I knew Bert Sitton personally, and we collaborated quite a bit on a number of shared lines.While most of Bert's work was excellent, he did make a few errors.
Elizabeth House was baptized on October 23, 1636 in Scituate, MA. Her parents were Samuel House and Elizabeth Hammond.She married John Sutton at Scituate, MA on January 1, 1661/2.
Samuel House was baptized at Eastwell, Kent, England on June 10, 1610, the son of Rev. John House (d. August 30, 1630).The nuncupative will of John House, Clarke, of Eastwell, Co. Kent, England mentions his wife Alice, and names her executrix.The will was proven September 8, 1630 by the executrix. ["New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volume 66 (1912), pp. 356-358]. It has been asserted by some researchers that John House's wife Alice was a Lloyd, though documentary proof of this appears to be lacking.Samuel House arrived in the Plymouth Colony of Massachusetts before January 1, 1634/35, and was residing in Scituate, MA by 1646.He was deceased before September 12, 1661 when his inventory was taken.Administration was granted on his estate on October 1, 1661. [Anderson, Robert Charles, "The Great Migration, Immigrants to New England, 1634-1635, Volume III, G-H," 2003, pp. 424-428].
Elizabeth Hammond was born about 1619 in Lavenham, Suffolk, England (aged 15 in 1634), the daughter of William Hammond and Elizabeth Paine.William Hammond was baptized October 30, 1575 in Lavenham, Suffolk, England, the son of Thomas Hammond and Rose Trippe.William Hammond married June 9, 1605 in Lavenham, Suffolk, England, Elizabeth Paine.Elizabeth Paine was baptized at Lavenham, Suffolk, England on September 11, 1586, the daughter of William Paine and Agnes Neves.William Hammond migrated to Massachusetts in 1631, settling in Watertown, MA.His wife Elizabeth (Paine) Hammond arrived in 1634 on the ship "Francis" accompanied by her three youngest children.William Hammond died in Watertown, MA on October 8, 1662.His wife Elizabeth (Paine) Hammond died at Watertown, MA on September 27, 1670. [Anderson, Robert Charles, "The Great Migration Begins, Immigrants to New England, 1620-1633, Volume II, G-O," 1995, pp. 850-854].