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George Sutton (b. December 4, 1613, d. April 12, 1669)George Sutton158 was born December 4, 1613 in Sandwich, Kent, England158, and died April 12, 1669 in Perquimans Co. N.C.158.He married Sarah Tilden on March 13, 1635/36 in Scituate, Mass.159, daughter of Nathaniel Tilden and Lydia Bourne Huckstep.
Notes for George Sutton:
George Sutton came to America on the ship Hercules.He was one of 7 servents of Nathaniel Tilden.He was a planter in Scituate from 5 Mar
1638/39 to 1643.He was also a town officer.He had lands laid out on 1st Herring Brook.His house was near John Daman's at the SW end of Greenfield Lane where it unites with the Driftway.He and his family were Church of England until sometime after 1650 when he and his family chased the Quaker Faith.In 1668 he emigrated to Perquimans Co. N.C. because of Quaker persecution in Mass.All of his family went except Daniel who went to Burlington Co., West Jersey and William who went to Eastham, Mass and then Piscataway, Middlesex Co. N.J.
More About George Sutton:
Fact 6: Planter.160
Fact 8: Scituate Mass Perqimans Co NC.160
Fact 9: Church of England then Quaker.160
More About George Sutton and Sarah Tilden:
Marriage: March 13, 1635/36, Scituate, Mass..161
Children of George Sutton and Sarah Tilden are:
- +William Sutton, b. 1641, Scituate, Old Plymouth Colony, Mass.162, d. April 28, 1718, Woodbridge Middlesex Co. N.J.162.