There is genealogical work being done on the Congreve family which can be found by doing a google search.In my case, I am really only interested in the Macaulay connection as I am primarily just a Macaulay researcher.
Anyway, here is what I have found on the Net that I hope another person researching these lines can add to:
1.Dr. Robert Sutton (c. 1707-1788) m. 1731
2.Dr. Robert Sutton, Jr., bapt. 1732
2.Dr. Daniel Sutton, (c. 1735-1819) m. Miss Worlock, dau of Dr. Worlock and sister of Simeon Worlock of Saint Dominque.
3.Daniel Sutton, Jr.
2.William Sutton, bapt. 1740
2.Joseph Sutton, bapt. 1742
2.Thomas Sutton, bapt. 1744
2.James Sutton, bapt. 1746
2.Henry Sutton, bapt. 1751.
Tha above Sutton family was famous for developing a safe method of smallpox inoculation.
A researcher stated that Margaret Sutton, a possible cousin of the above Daniel Sutton, Sr., was mother of Jane Macaulay (McColley).Jane Macaulay first married in 1794 at St. James's Church, Westminster, as his 2nd wife, Dr. Thomas Frederick Congreve (1761-1816).After the doctor's death in 1816, Jane married again to a Capt. Edward Hutchinson of Grove Rd., St. John's Wood.
The following family is probably no relation, but I will put it here anyway just in case:
1.William Sutton, b. abt 1808 in England m. Susan
2.William Sutton (1834-1908) at Sutton, Cambridgeshire; died Mt. Carmel, Wabash, Illinois, USA; m. Sarah FitzSimmons
3.John Hudson Sutton, b. 1858
3.William McCauley Sutton, b. 1860
3.Samuel Levin Sutton, b. 1862
3.Amelia Jane Sutton, b. 1864
3.Sarah Ann Sutton, b. 1866; m. Eugene Launt
3.Susan Pharzina Sutton, b. 1868
3.Ellen Janet Sutton, b. 1870
3.Charles Wesley Sutton, b. 1872
3.George Washington Sutton, b. 1874
3.Elizabeth Sutton, b. 1875
3.Pearl Millicen Sutton, b. 1880
Many of the above children were born in Indiana, whereas Pearl was born in Illinois.