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Part I

Descendants of Philpot John Sutton



A family history of the complete descendants; both male and female lines

at least those I am able to learn of )

Philpot J. Sutton and Susanna Hunnex came from England, probably arriving at Boston, Massachusetts about 1794, maybe earlier. The name "Sutton, Philpot" appears on a list of letters remaining at the Boston Post Office, Dec. 27, 1794. I presume they then traveled northwest into New Hampshire, probably along the Merrimack River, then north along the Pemigewasset River over the Franconian Notch into northern New Hampshire. It's likely they were at or near Lancaster, N.H. about 1797. There are indications their son, Joshua was born there.

They then moved to Barnet, VT, the family is found there in the 1800 Census. Here they had a farm near where a small brook enters the Connecticut River. This brook has since been known as Sutton Brook. Then about 1805 they removed north to Barnston, Stanstead County, Quebec (PQ). It is my goal to learn of all the descendants of these families, (male and female lines).

I attempt to tell their story, and follow their migrations into New England (1794), Quebec (1806), Ontario (1840s), Wisconsin (1840s), Illinois (1850s), California (1850s), Minnesota (1860s), Washington (1880s), and many other states. I try to include references, however, entries not sourced remain as an oversight from my earlier days, or are a strong lead which needs to be followed up. I've outlined some facts of their lives in chronological order. In some places I've made slight assumptions, mostly supported by other evidence. It is my desire to confirm or deny these. This is very much a working project, which I try to update at least 2 to 3 times a year.

I have had much help through many enjoyable contacts, a special thank you to all the volunteers that have helped me so much. I have met many distant cousins, a great pleasure to meet you all, and thanks for your help. There is much to learn. I hope to meet more descendants and improve our knowledge of our common ancestors.

I welcome any information you want to add, no matter how small, as each piece builds upon the other. Please bring any errors or omissions to my attention. If you have any questions, please ask.

I now have learned of more than 4,363 descendants, and last messed up these pages   16 April '17.  


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Part I :  Descendants of Philpot J. Sutton

  Descendants
 Browse through the generations starting at our immigrant ancestor Philpot J. Sutton.
  Surname List
 Here you'll find all the surnames associated with Philpot's descendants.
  Name List
 Use this link to find (surname; given name).
  Descendant Outline  Outline of five generations of descendants.

MAPS

1812

1812 - Map of the Eastern Townships

1834

1834 - Map of the Eastern Townships

1862

1862 - Map of the Eastern Townships

1881

1881 - Map of the Eastern Townships


where we were in 1900

Where were we?

Mapping migrations and the distribution
of
Philpot Sutton's descendants


MAPS:  1794   to   2000

Sutton Brook

Philpot Sutton's family arrived at Barnet, VT., about 1798. They settled at a place where the Passumpsic River enters the Connecticut River. Near this spot a small stream, known as Sutton Brook, empties into the Connecticut River. They lived here about 4-5 years and then moved north to Barnston, Stanstead County, PQ.

A picture of Sutton Falls along this brook is found in the book; "The History of Barnet, Vermont".


Barnston Baptist Church
  1835  

Barnston Baptist Church

Many of the early settlers at Barnston, PQ. were Baptist. Philpot Sutton and his family were among the church's founding group.The Deacons and Elders would conduct these early gatherings in their homes and barns. In 1835 they had the resources to build a church; Barnston Baptist Church, and in 1837 it was completed.


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Part II

My Ancestors


Here I attempt to answer the age-old question; "Where did I come from". I journey back along both my paternal and maternal lines. It turned out to be quite an adventure and history lesson. Philpot Sutton's descendants marry into the established population of New England and most all these maternal lines go back to the arrival of the Winthrop Fleet.

It's a working project. The further back I go, My Ancestors becomes our ancestors. I once read somewhere, that 75% of the population of America can trace their ancestry to these early New England settlers. So, if I overlooked something, or messed it up, please bring any errors or omissions to my attention. I welcome any information you can add, no matter how small, as each piece builds upon the other. If you have any questions, please ask.

* I last messed up these pages April '17.


Part II :   My Ancestors

My Ancestors: My Ancestors
Use this link to browse through my ancestral lines.
My Ancestors: Surname List 
Here you'll find all the surnames.
My Ancestors: Name Index Use this link to find (surname; given name).

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In Memory  



Part II A :    My Ancestors / Some Descendant Lines

First immigrant ancestors to the U.S and their descendants.
Baldarelli   @1909       (updated April '17) Contessa   @1915        (updated April '17)
Golliff   <1800            (updated April '17) Hart   @1853           (updated April '17)
Mulgrew   @1885          (updated April '17) Lang   @1850          (updated April '17)
Mr. Morrison   <1750       (updated April '17) Samuel Morrison   @1730       (updated April '17)




Brian Hello Everybody

Thanks for stopping in. I hope you enjoy the information as much as I enjoy putting it all together. 

Start here   "Philpot Descendants"   to browse thru the generations. Or use one of the links above. Or use the search tool below to search for specific information.


    Brian         ( Paul A. Sutton < Howard P. Sutton < Charles E. Sutton < George W. Sutton < John P. Sutton < Philpot J. Sutton )

Slow Mail:   Brian K. Sutton
                    CMR 411 Box 1965
                    APO AE 09112

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This web site updated Apr '17 with the help of Personal Ancestral File ; PAF 5