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Ambrose Sutton

Also Known As: ""Robert""
Birthdate: (92)
Birthplace: Colchester,,Essex,England
Death: July 8, 1678 (92)
Hempstead, Nassau County, New York, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of unknown Sutton and unknown Sutton
Husband of Sarah Sutton
Father of George Sutton; William Ambrose Sutton; Simon Sutton and Samuel Sutton

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About Ambrose Sutton

Ambrose Sutton

  • England Marriages, 1538-1973
  • Marriage: Aug 25 1613 - Kelvedon Near Colchester, Essex, England
  • Wife: Sarah Warner

http://www.williamsburgprivatetours.com/sutton%20book%20web.htm

The arrival point center of the Suttons in the New World was Massachusetts. The Suttons after raising a family in Scituate, Plymouth Colony MA, left. Some migrated to NC, some to East Jersey. George Sutton [G2] would migrate to Perquimans County, NC with children Nathaniel and Sarah. His father Robert Ambrose SUTTON [G1] would migrate to Hempstead, Long Island, NY where he died. George Sutton [G2] sons Daniel and William [G3} would migrate to Piscataway , NJ.

Robert Ambrose SUTTON [G1] apparently came to America at some unknown date before or after his sons came to America. Robert Ambrose SUTTON [G1] died in Long Island New York. Robert Ambrose SUTTON [G1] who married Sarah Warner in 1613 had three sons: Simon Sutton, Samuel Sutton and George Ambrose Sutton who came to America.

Robert Ambrose SUTTON, born in England; deceased in Hempstead, Long Island, NY. He married on 25 Aug 1613 in England, Sarah WARNER, born in Essex, Kelvedon, England.

Children of Robert Ambrose Sutton and Sarah Warner were as follows:

Simon, Samuel, George[*G2]

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However, other sources state he died in England:

http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=AHN&db=k_l_sutton&id=I1024

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Robert Ambrose SUTTON was born Abt 1583 in England, and died Abt 1630 in England.

Sarah WARNER was born Abt 1585 in Kelvedon,Essex,England, and died Abt 1680 in England.

   

Imitrated to Hempstead, Long Island, NY.

Said to be of Quaker persuasion, the Suttons were apparently neighbors and friends of the Tildens [in England]. Two Sutton boys at the age of 21 years apparently served as servants to the Tildens to pay their passage to America. George Sutton would marry one of the Tilden daughters after their arrival.

George Ambrose SUTTON


Born on 12 Apr 1613 in Sandwich, Kent Co. England. George died in Perquimans Co. No. Carolina on 12 Apr 1669, he was 56. Religion: Church of England, converted to Quaker around 1650. http://www.geocities.com/cersutton/Sutton/RR01/RR01_001.htm#P1558


George Ambrose Sutton who came to Massachusetts on the ship "Hercules" in 1634 from Sandwich, Kent, England. Sandwich is the coastal port near Tenterden.

(Tenterden was the home of the earliest of the Suttons to whom there is a direct verifiable lineage. Tenderden is on the Southeast coast (near the coast) of England and in the County of Kent. In Old English "Tenet Waraden" described a den or clearing in the forest belonging to the men of Thanet, and the town's name is derived from this ancient identification. Tenterden first rose to affluence as a centre for the wool trade in the 13th Century. In 1331 Edward III prohibited the export of raw wool and brought weavers and dyers from Flanders to teach the English to manufacture finished cloth, and in the subsequent decades Tenterden's prosperity grew. In the 15th and 16th Centuries changes in the coastline meant that the Cinque Ports lost much of their influence - indeed Tenterden lost all access to the sea, and today is some ten miles from the coast.)


George Ambrose Sutton was a servant in the party of Nathaniel Tilden of Tenterden, Kent. Within two years of settling at Scituate, he married Sarah, the daughter of Nathaniel Tilden. About 1668, after Plymouth Colony enacted penal laws against the Quakers, George Sutton immigrated to North Carolina with most of his family to escape religious persecution. He died in what is now Perquimans County, North Carolina, within a year of leaving Massachusetts.


On 13 Mar 1636 when George was 22, he married Sarah Tilden, daughter of Nathaniel Tilden & Lydia Huckstep (Hucstepe), in Scituate, MA. Born on 13 Jan 1613 in Tenterden, Kent Co. England. Sarah died in Perquimans Co. No. Carolina on 20 Mar 1677, she was 64.


Two of his sons did not go to NC. Daniel who emigrated to Burlington County, NJ, and William who moved to Piscataway, NJ, did not accompany the rest of the family to North Carolina. ...




Notes for George Sutton:


http://www.dragonbbs.com/members/ww8566/SuttonRobertAmbroseGenealogy.html

Following the Quaker persecution in Mass., George Sutton and his wife, Sarah, moved to Perquimans County in the Colony of Carolina. He died there April 12, 1669, leaving two sons, Nathaniel and Joseph. They left many descendants who have spread out over North Carolina and Virginia. (The Suttons of Caroline County, VA by T. Dix Sutton)


Sutton-Newby House. (National Register) This is one of the oldest houses in the Albemarle, probably built circa 1745 by Joseph Sutton on land which had belonged to his family for nearly seventy years. Founders of the family were George Sutton (died 12 April 1669, probably in Perquimans) and his wife Sarah (Tilden) Sutton. Sutton had gone from Sandwich, England in 1634 to Scituate, Massachusetts. After coming to Carolina, Sutton’s children married: Joseph to Deliverance Nicholson, Nathaniel to Deborah Astine, Sarah to John Barrow, and Elizabeth to Ralph Fletcher. Their descendants are numerous. Nathaniel’s son Joseph married Parthenia Durant and fathered the Joseph who probably built the house. The story-and-a-half frame structure is notable for a Flemishbond gable end ornamented by patterns of glazed headers. (THEY CAME TO STAY, A tour of Historic Durants Neck and old Neck, Perquimans County, NC 4 may 1991 Sponsored by NC Society Colonial Dames XVII Century and Perquimans County Restoration Association)



George Sutton sailed on the ship, Hercules, in 1634 from Sandwich, Kent, England. He was a servant in the party of Nathaniel Tilden of Tenterden, Kent, England. Within two years of settling at Scituate, Massachusetts he married Sarah, the daughter of Nathaniel Tilden. About 1668, after Plymouth Colony enacted penal laws against the Quakers, George Sutton emigrated to North Carolina with most of his family to escape religious persecution. He died in what is now Perquimans County, North Carolina within a year of leaving Massachusetts.


His family's association with the Quaker religion tends to reinforce the belief that Daniel Sutton, of Burlington County, NJ and William Sutton, who was an influential Quaker in Woodbridge/Piscataway, NJ are his sons. Both had emigrated from Massachusetts at about the same time as the others moved to North Carolina.

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George2 Sutton (Robert Ambrose1) was born Abt. 1613 in England, and died April 12, 1669 in Albemarle Co., Perquimans Dist., NC. He married (1) Sarah Tilden March 13, 1635/36 in Scituate, Mass. She was born January 01, 1612/13 in Tenterden, Kent Co., England, and died March 20, 1676/77 in Albemarle Co.,Perquiman Dist., NC. He married (2) Sarah Tilden March 13, 1636/37 in Scituate, Plymouth Co., MA. She was born January 1611/12 in Tenterden, Kent Co., England, and died March 20, 1675/76 in Albemarle Co., Perquimans Dist., NC.


Notes for George Sutton:


Following the Quaker persecution in Mass., George Sutton and his wife, Sarah, moved to Perquimans County in the Colony of Carolina. He died there April 12, 1669, leaving two sons, Nathaniel and Joseph. They left many descendants who have spread out over North Carolina and Virginia. (The Suttons of Caroline County, VA by T. Dix Sutton)


Sutton-Newby House. (National Register) This is one of the oldest houses in the Albemarle, probably built circa 1745 by Joseph Sutton on land which had belonged to his family for nearly seventy years. Founders of the family were George Sutton (died 12 April 1669, probably in Perquimans) and his wife Sarah (Tilden) Sutton. Sutton had gone from Sandwich, England in 1634 to Scituate, Massachusetts. After coming to Carolina, Sutton’s children married: Joseph to Deliverance Nicholson, Nathaniel to Deborah Astine, Sarah to John Barrow, and Elizabeth to Ralph Fletcher. Their descendants are numerous. Nathaniel’s son Joseph married Parthenia Durant and fathered the Joseph who probably built the house. The story-and-a-half frame structure is notable for a Flemishbond gable end ornamented by patterns of glazed headers. (THEY CAME TO STAY, A tour of Historic Durants Neck and old Neck, Perquimans County, NC 4 may 1991 Sponsored by NC Society Colonial Dames XVII Century and Perquimans County Restoration Association) -------------------- Following the Quaker persecution in Mass., George Sutton and his wife, Sarah, moved to Perquimans County in the Colony of Carolina. He died there April 12, 1669, leaving two sons, Nathaniel and Joseph. They left many descendants who have spread out over North Carolina and Virginia. (The Suttons of Caroline County, VA by T. Dix Sutton)


Sutton-Newby House. (National Register) This is one of the oldest houses in the Albemarle, probably built circa 1745 by Joseph Sutton on land which had belonged to his family for nearly seventy years. Founders of the family were George Sutton (died 12 April 1669, probably in Perquimans) and his wife Sarah (Tilden) Sutton. Sutton had gone from Sandwich, England in 1634 to Scituate, Massachusetts. After coming to Carolina, Sutton’s children married: Joseph to Deliverance Nicholson, Nathaniel to Deborah Astine, Sarah to John Barrow, and Elizabeth to Ralph Fletcher.



The Suttons were Normans in the beginning and before anybody had a surname in the modern sense. The first Sutton was a Norman and in the train of WIlliam the Conqueror when he started his never to be forgotten expedition. Sutton-upon-Trent was granted to him as his share of the spoils, to have and to hold forever, and so the Norman became English Sutton. Sud-tun, meaning a dwelling in the South, is the original form of Sutton, and is the name of a large number of towns in England.

George Sutton was born in Sandwich, County of Kent, England in 1613. As a servant in the party of Nathaniel Tilden of Tenterden, England, he sailed in 1634 on the ship "Hercules". He may have been one of those poorer men who often worked their passage to America with wealthier relatives or friends. Within two years of the settlement of the group, the Tildens, 7 children, 7 servants, at Scituate Mass, George Sutton married Sarah Tilden, daughter of Nathaniel. Sarah was baptized in St Mildred's Church, Tenterden, 1/1/1613.


George Sutton probably upset the Tilden family at his marriage to Sarah Tilden in Scituate March 13, 1636, for he was a strong Quaker by faith and continued in his belief throughout his life. One 1/15/1644, George Sutton took the oath of Fidalitie at Scituate. They had 8 kids.

About 1688, George Sutton emigrated with most of his family to NC. Anglican VA, had not been so hard on the Quakers as had Puritan New England. It is fair to conclude that the Quaker faith had as much to do with George Sutton's removal to NC as it did with William Sutton's to Piscataway in NJ. -------------------- The Suttons of England and North Carolina 1620-1974 states that the " Sutton name is Saxon from 'Suth' and 'Tun' meaning Southtown.

Sutton, Sutton and More Suttons by Doris E. Bland states on p. 4 that "several Suttons came to the New World in the 1600s including Nicholas who came to VA in 1622, George in 1634 with his brother Simon, and John who came from Attleborough in Norfolkshire on the ship 'Diligent' in 1638."


In 1634, he sailed on the ship "Hercules" of Sandwich, Kent, England as a servant in the family of Nathaniel Tilden. His brother Simon was also on board as servant of William Hatch.


George was a Quaker. He is listed in the Compendium of American Genealogy as "SUTTON, George (ca. 1610-1669) [sic] Quaker; prob. from Tenterden, Kent, England to Boston in the "Hercules," 1634 at Scituate, Mass. thence to Perquiman's Co., NC 1668; m. Sarah (1613-1677), dau of Elder Nathaniel Tilden."


It was not uncommon for poorer Puritan folk to work as a servant in return for the passage over. It must have caused some raised eyebrows when he married the daughter of his former employer a mere 2 years after the settlement of the group at Scituate. If he was a Quaker at the time it would have been all the more shocking as Nathaniel Tilden was a Catholic. It is possible that Tilden may not have been very happy about this marriage of his daughter.


George in listed as an Overseer of Highways and as a town officer in Seventeenth Century Colonial Ancestors by Mary Louise Marshall Hutton and in Pioneers of Massachusetts respectively [above paraphrased from Sutton, Sutton and More Suttons... compiled by Doris Bland).


Although the identity of his father has yet to be proven, Marge Waterfield states in her book The Sutton Family and Allied Lines that Joseph Sutton of Kent is probably the father of George (although she provides no documented proof).


George moved his family to North Carolina on or about 1688. A paper in the Massachusetts Archives states : "I Joseph Sutton of Corralinah doe Testify that is the yeare 1671 my mother Sarah Sutton did Receive in Corralinah from the hands of Caleb Lambe the sum of five pounds in English Goods sent with a Bill of Ladeing which five pounds was in full of a Legacy given by my grandfather Timothy haterly and paid or sent by my Oncle Mr. Joseph Tildens Executrix : he the said Joseph Tilden being appointed to adminnester to the estate of Mr. hatherley : I say that I witnes and Testify that this five pound was payed and received on the accoumpt abovesaid : In witness whereof I have heeronto sett my hand this 23rd of May 1673 Witnessed pr me James Cudworth Joseph Sutton (Plymouth Colony Deeds, Vol. 3, pt. 2, p. 320). -------------------- George was one of Nathaniel Tilden's seven servants accompanying the family on the Hercules. -------------------- Following the Quaker persecution in Mass., George Sutton and his wife, Sarah, moved to Perquimans County in the Colony of Carolina. He died there April 12, 1669, leaving two sons, Nathaniel and Joseph. They left many descendants who have spread out over North Carolina and Virginia. (The Suttons of Caroline County, VA by T. Dix Sutton)


http://www.dragonbbs.com/members/ww8566/SuttonRobertAmbroseGenealogy.html -------------------- ID: I5257

Name: George SUTTON

Sex: M

Birth: 12 APR 1613 in Tenterton, Kent, England

Death: APR 1669 in Perquimans, North Carolina

_UID: C538AD98A1752048B89EC3A426DB88CCD2FE

Change Date: 27 SEP 2005 at 14:21:41


Marriage 1 Sarah TILDEN b: 13 JUN 1613 in Tenterton, Kent, England


Married: 13 MAR 1636 in Scituate, Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts 1


Children


John SUTTON b: 1593 in Of Rehoboth, Bristol, England


Sources:


Title: FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File


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Note: Weeks - Atherton - Carpenter


Records from Biddenden, Kent:

Marriage:

10-13-1605 Robert Sutton married Mary Austin.

Baptisms:

12-27-1607 George Sutton son of Robert Sutton

12-19-1619 Simon son of Robert Sutton

9-13-1612 Bernard son of Robert Sutton

2-26-1614 Robert son of Robert Sutton


Robert Sutton, son of Ambrose Sutton and Faith Tyrwhitt, was mentioned in the will of his maternal grandmother, Isabel (Girlington) Kelke Tyrwhitt:

She signed a will on 28 Dec 1559 in , Lincolnshire, England.2959 "Probate. 11/43 Testm. Isabell (11 Mellershe) Tyrwhite Vidue

In the Name of God amen, I dame Isabell Tyrwhytt of Scotter in the countie of Lynckolne wyddowe late wief of Sir William Tyrwhite knighte deceased Do ordaine and make this my laste will and testamente...

Bequests to.... Robert Sutton, sone of Ambrose Sutton, on of my god-sonnes

Dated 28 Dec 1559, Probated 1 Feb [1560].

http://www.rockcreekexperiment.com/b5015.htm


Married: Sarah Warner, on August 25,1613, England.

They have three children:

George Sutton, born April 12, 1613 Tenterden Kent County, England. Died April 12, 1669, Albermarle County, Perquimans District, North Carolina.

[http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=" gr&grid="54981086" ""= Samuel Sutton. ]

Simon Sutton.

 On the same voyage the Hercules, was Simon Sutton, a servant of William Hatch.  He may have been related to George Sutton? But disappears from the records, and beyond  the fact he served as a wittness to the will of Nathaniel Tilden , in 1641, nothing is known of him. William Hatch, had a son Willian Hatch Jr., also a passenger on the Hercules, and the close friendship between the later and George Sutton. 

George Sutton, married March 13, 1635/36, Scituate, Plymouth County, Masschusetts. Sarah Tilden, born January 01, 1612. The daughter of Nathaniel Tilden and Lydia Huckstep. George and Sarah, are parents of nine children:

1) Son Joseph Sutton, born 1637, Scituate, Pymouth County, Massachusetts. Married Deliverance Nicholson, January 01,1669/70 in Perquimans County, North Carolina.

2) Son Daniel Sutton, born November 20, 1639. Married: Mary Cole, April 15, 1667 in Charlestown, Boston Massachusetts. Married (2)Agnes Carre, April 10, 1688 in Burlington County, New Jersey.

3) Son William Sutton, born May 13, 1672. Married on July 11, 1666, Damaris Bishop, daughter of Richard Bishop and Alice Martin. William Sutton then married: (2)Jane Barnes. January 09,1684/85 in Piscataway, Middlesex County, New Jersey. Daughter of John Barnes. William and Damaris are the parents of these ten children.

Son [http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=55008877  Joseph Sutton, ]
born 1685 in Piscataway, Middlesex County, New Jersey.
    Daughter Alice Sutton, born May 13, 1668.
    Son Thomas Sutton , born November 11, 1669.
    Daughter Mary Sutton, born October 04, 1671.
    
    Daughter Damaris Sutton, born 1673.
    
    Son Judah Sutton, born January 24, 1674/75.
    Son Richard Sutton, born July 18, 1676.
    Son Joseph Sutton, born February 24, 1679/80.
    Son Benjamin Sutton, born February 24, 1679/80.    
    Son [http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=9255907  John David Sutton.] Married [http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=8059622  Elizabeth Conger,(Belconger ) ] Daughter of John Conger and Mary Kelly. Born 1695 in Piscataway, Middlesex County, New Jersey. 

Parents of ten children:

     Oldest Son [http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=28551566  Moses Sutton ]

Married Jannetye Yanick Boice.

     
     Son Aaron Sutton.
     Son John Sutton.
     
     Daughter Sarah Sutton. 
     Son James L. Sutton.
     Son Jessie B. Sutton.
     Daughter Elizabeth Sutton.
     Daughter Mary Sutton. 
     Son Ephraim Sutton.
     Son [http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=6231273  Revd. David Sutton. ] born April 20, 1674. Married [http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=52969366  Elizabeth Cox, ] born 1723 in Basking Ridge, Somerset County, New Jersey. Married (2) [http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=55002024  Sarah Trembley, ] 1746 in Somerset County, New Jersey. 

Parents of ten children.

     Daughter [http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=6231239  Elizabeth Sutton, ] born October 24, 1724, Basking Ridge, Somerset County, New Jersey.  Married [http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=6231215  Rev. Jacob Cozad, ] born 24, 1724, Bound Brook, Somerset County, New Jersey. 
              Daughter Mary Sutton.
              Son Isaac Sutton.
              Son [http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=31642923  David Sutton Jr.] born 1729 Piscataway, Middlesex County, New Jersey. Married Phebe A. Winter born 1730. 
              Son John Sutton.
              Son [http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=9207430  Abraham Sutton.] born March 12, 1738. Married [http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=13744907  Mary Chenoweth, ] born March 22, 1743. 
              Son James Sutton.
              Son [http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=Sutton&GSfn=Moses&GSbyrel=in&GSdyrel=in&GSob=n&GRid=40876535&  Captain Moses Sutton ] born 1745 Basking Ridge, Somerset County, New Jersey.  

Married 1769 in Somerset County, New Jersey. Susannah Cox, born March 22, 1746 Somerset County, New Jersey. Parents of ten children:

             Son [http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=13403218  Rev. Isaac Sutton, ] born on 1729, Piscataway, Middlesex County, New Jersey.    Married 1749 in Morris County, New Jersey. To [http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=81883724  Rachel Doty, ] born 1735. 

             Son [http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=40876703  Philip Sutton. ] Married [http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=54916659  Charlotte Hopwood, ] in Uniontown, Fayette County, Philidelphia.

Parents of eight children:

              Son [http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=66272182  Moses H. Sutton. ]
              Daughter Elizabeth Sutton.
              Daughter Hannah Sutton.
              Son Glore Sutton. 
              Son Isaac H. Sutton.
              Daughter Susannah Sutton.
              Daughter Nancy H. Sutton.
 
              Oldest Son [http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=Sutton&GSfn=David&GSby=1793&GSbyrel=in&GSdy=1841&GSdyrel=in&GSob=n&GRid=9261664  David Hopwood Sutton, ] Married [http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=39119302  Lucy Wells ] October 18,1817 in Norwalk, Huron County, Ohio. 

Parents of Eight Children:

              Son Elihu Sutton.
              Son [http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=54986072  Luther Sutton.]
              
              Son [http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=Sutton&GSiman=1&GScnty=867&GSsr=41&GRid=9262072&  Roswell Sutton.] Married [http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=25421148  Nancy McMinn. ] 2 Married Melissa McMinn

Nancy McMimm.

              Son [http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=25421148cgi?page=gr&GRid=9262090  David W. Sutton.] Married [http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=66059431  Mary Clark. ]
              Son [http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=Sutton&GSiman=1&GScty=45823&GRid=9262106&  Dexter Sutton. ] Married [http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=25421481  Mary A. Sutton. ]
              Son Franklin Sutton.
              Son [http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=31484012  Ezekiel Sutton.] 

              Daughter [http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=9262119  Sophronia Sutton, ] six of eight children married [http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=25388190  Eliphalet Wright Day Jr. ] on December 06, 1846 in Steuben County, Indiana. Son of [http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=13710145  Eliphalet Wright Day Sr.] and [http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=13710156  Abigail Moffett.]

4) Son John Sutton Married:Ann Cole, 1660 in Scituate, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Married second wife Elizabeth House, January 01, 1661 in Scituate, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.

5) Son Nathaniel Sutton, Married:Deborah Astine, August 12, 1668 in Nansemonds, Virginia. Brother: Joseph Sutton, Married: Deliverance Nicholson January 01, 1669/70 in Perquimans County, North Carolina. Brother: Daniel Sutton Married: Mary Cole, April 15, 1667 in Charlestown, Boston Massachusetts. Married: Agnes Carre, April 10, 1688 in Burlington County, New Jersey.


6) Sister: Lydia Sutton. Died young.

7) Sister: Sarah Sutton. Died young.

8) Sister: Sarah Sutton Married:Issac Cox. Married: (2) John Barrow, February 01, 1667/68 in Perquimans County, North Carolina.

9) Sister: Elizabeth Sutton, Married: Ralph Fletcher, March 11, 1673/74 in Perquimans County, North Carolina.

William Sutton then married: (2)Jane Barnes. January 09,1684/85 in Piscataway, Middlesex County, New Jersey. Daughter of John Barnes. They have a son Joseph Sutton, born 1685 in Piscataway, Middlesex County, New Jersey.

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Ambrose Sutton's Timeline

1586
1586
Colchester,,Essex,England
1612
April 12, 1612
Age 26
Sandwich, Kent, England
1613
October 23, 1613
Age 27
1615
1615
Age 29
Tenterden, Kent, England
1617
1617
Age 31
Tenterden, Kent, England
1678
July 8, 1678
Age 92
Hempstead, Nassau County, New York, United States
1678
Age 92