Hello Hilary, I must tell you my name is Paul. I omitted my first name in the email, and it would only be right for me to write it now. Thank-you, so much, for the reply to my last message, you had replied so fast. I must tell you more about my George Hill Dutton.He once worked as a writer at H.M. War Office. His son and grandson (Josephs) both worked at H.M. Customs House, this information was indicated in later directories. I suspect that G.H. Dutton's father or family was once related to the ship ins. agents or wharfingers of London docks. However, with that, the way the names follow through the families of London, I suspect the east end and city Duttons are somewhat related.Just a hunch I have! I have taken your information and studied it a bit with my own conclusions.My cousin in Finchley, who is a prof. at the university in London has a small painting of heraldry done by my great grandfather Joseph Reynolds Dutton.It is very intricate in its own way and I suspect the family influence is there in the art of things, that is. My great great grandfather Joseph Fitzpatrick Dutton died before George Hill Dutton and Joseph Reynolds Dutton was a young lad when George Hill Dutton died.So, my mom's family history was scarce and unknown. However, thanks to you I have a little bit more to go onand I thank you again. Will keep in touch, Paul.