SUTTON Family Duplin County Records

SUTTON Family-Duplin County Records




MARRIAGES

Curtis Deale to Penny Sutton – 1 Dec 1849 – Bondsman Jesse Taylor

Thomas Sutton to Mary Creech – 23 Sept 1834 – WIT Theophilus Deal

Edwin Sutton to Marinda Sutton – 17 Dec 1836


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QUARTER PLEAS

There was an early Asa

VOL 5

Jesse Waters to Benjamin Sutton – 95 acres – 19 April 1802

Elias – probably near Sampson Co on Stewarts Creek

VOL 7

22 Oct 1805 – on jury – SIMON Sutton and Thomas Daile – etc to lay out new road

22 Jan 1806 – Wiley Garner to Simeon Sutton – 100 acres

20 Jan 1808 – Alexander Carter to Ben Sutton – 174 acres

18 April 1809 – Benjamin to John Roberts – 39 ¾ acres

VOL 8

17 July 1811 – Windell Davis to Benjamin Sutton – 85 acres

VOL 9

10 Jan 1813 – Wiley Garner obtained administration of estate of Simon Sutton dec – Bond of 250 pds

21 April 1813 – Inventory of estate of Simon Sutton by Wiley Garner

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ABSTRACT OF LAND ENTRIES – 1778 – 1795

1 June 1786 – Thomas Sutton – 90 acres ES Goshen Swamp between Lands he bought of William Bush

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This was sent to me by Pam thought the list might like to see this.
Good luck
** note in the 1st deed Isaac Hines was a Witness


DEEDS

SAMPSON/DUPLIN DEED BOOKS

Book 11

P 31 – George Williamson to Thomas Sutton Sr – 3 Feb 1801 – Goshen Swamp

Thomas had land on Goshen Swamp as early as 1798

Book 10

P 76 – Asher Pipkin to Thomas Sutton – 16 Jan 1796 – NS Goshen

P 141 – Luke Goodman to Thomas Sutton – 14 Nov 1789 – on Goshen

Book 12

Thomas Sutton to Joseph Sutton – 16 Oct 1802 – Goshen Swamp


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DEEDS

Book 1-5-10-14-15 sic p 82

Joshua Barwick of Duplin to Thomas Sutton of Lenoir – sold 30 hogs, 8 sheet, 1 bay mare, household and kitchen furniture, 500 wide blade fodder, 10 barrels corn, 5 bee hives, and a cart – for $95.40 – registered Feb Court 1828 –

WIT Hardy Sutton, D. J. Dally (Daily)

NOTE: Joshua would have been the brother in law of Thomas having married Winifred Sutton

Found these out of my new Abstracts of Deeds, Duplin County, N.C. 1784-1813
VOL 1 by Eleanor Smith Draughon

Book 1A, page 405 Lewis Barnes of Duplin Co., to Bryan Whitfield of Dobbs
Co., 14 Oct 1786, for 100 pounds specie 1, 276A on Burncoat Swamp in 5 tracts
(1) 640A granted to Antony Williams by patent; (2) 156A joining the 1st 640A,
by patent granted to sd. Barnes, adj. & between the lands of Lewis Smith,
Maxwell & Thomas Shelton & white Oak Swamp; (3) 200A granted by patent to sd.
Barnes on the head of Burncoat & Panther Branches in & between the old Mill
Branch, Samuel Jones corner, Jones Boyets corner, Montford's & Maxwell's
lines; (4) 100A patented to JOSEPH SUTTON on the NS of Burncoat in & between
the mouth of prescoat's Branch & Robert Beveraly line (5) 180A patented to
James Outlaw lying on the NS of Burncoat Swamp in & between Precoat's Branch,
JOSEPH SUTTON'S line. Wit: Isaac Hines, Thos. Uzzell, John Barfield.

Book 3A, page 549 BENJAMIN SUTTON of Lenoir Co., to John Roberts of Duplin
Co., _ Dec 1807, (sum not given), 39 3/4A on the SS of the Great Branch, beg.
at the fun of the great Branch, with exception of building a mill across sd.
branch, which sd., SUTTON has liberty to do where most convenient whatever.
Wit: William Roberts, Sanders Thompson. Apr. Ct. 1809.

Book 4A page 373 BENJAMIN SUTTON, patent No. 1914, 1 Dec. 1780, for 40A on BS
of the Beaverdam Branch, adj. his own & John Rouse's lines beg. at a black
jack his own corner. Entered 10 Dec. 1807. Signed by B. Williams, Will White,
Sec.

Book 4A page 401 Ed. (Edward) Armstrong to Samuel Davis, both of Duplin
County, 2 Apr. 1812, for $255, 275A on the ES of the Northeast & on the NS of
Burncoat Swamp on SUTTON'S branch, known by the name of Johnston's place, in
2 tracts to wit: (1) 150A beg. at a white oak joining Humphry Williams,
JOSEPH SUTTON'S line in SUTTON'S branch; (2) 125a beg. at a lightwood post,
the last corner of the 1st place, joining Benjamin Thompson, Solomon Carter,
William Thompson, Issac Dawson.
Wit: D.L. Kenan, WM. Stree. Apr. Ct. 1812.

Pam (PKPUGH)

Christine Grimes Thacker

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FROM ORIGINAL BOOKS AT COURTHOUSE

BOOK 7A p 412

Benjamin Sutton to William Sutton, both of Lenoir Co – 374 acres - $500 – waters of Great Branch – 124 acres – Beaverdam; another tract – adj John Thomsoe patent, Gray – 95 acres; another tract adj Gray, Stanley – 55 acres – another tract patented by Benjamin Sutton 14 Oct 1808 – 40 acres; another tract adj Hoody's ?? corner, SS Branch – 50 acres
Signed by Mark
WIT A. Keaton
To court July Term 1822 – on oath of Edward Alberton

BOOK 7A p 37

3 Feb 1819 - Edwin Ellis of Duplin Co to William Sutton of Lenoir Co – 90 acres - $325 – both sides great Branch adj sd William, John Roberts, John M. Ellis, Richard Rouse – my part of my father's land alloted to me (does not give father's name)
WIT D. Glisson, Edw Alberton, Jesse Hardy

To court Jan Term 1820 on oath of Jesse Hardy

BOOK 7 B – 162
13 Nov 1835 – William Sutton of Lenoir Co to Jesse Hardy of Lenoir – 310 acres - $565.50 – several tracts on Great Branch – lst tract of 125 acres part of patent granted to Biby Bush for 200 acres on 14 May 1772; another tract of 95 acres – part of patent to Moses Stanly on 16 Nov 1790; another tract patented to Benjamin Sutton 14 Oct 1808 of 40 acres; another tract of 50 acres part of patent to John Albertson on 1 Sept 1785 – total of 310 acres
signed by Mark

WIT Alfred Ellis, Hardy Sutton
April Term 1836 on oath of Alfred Ellis

(was this land originally in Dobbs Co?)


BOOK 7B p 178

William Sutton of Lenoir Co to Alfred Ellis of Lenoir Co – 237 acres - $433.50 – both sides of Great Branch – adj Alfred Ellis, John Roberts, Jesse Hardy, Richard Rouse – whole of patent to John Thompson for 100 acres on 11 Nov 1788 and part of another patent to Thompson on 10 Nov 1784


BOOK 8A
14 Jan 1811 - Simon Sutton of Duplin to Wiley Garner - $36 – Mirey Branch adj Garner and Sutton

WIT D. Glisson, Needham (x) Garner

To Court April Term 1824


BOOK 1-5-10-14-15 p 454
3 August 1840 - Ezell Sutton to John W. Monk – all of Duplin – 100 acres adj John Cook

WIT Jacob Taylor, Wm. B. Wells


BOOK 1-5-10-14-15 p 279

William Creech to Thomas Sutton and wife – already have somewhere


BOOK DETU p 254
9 Jan 1817 - Benjamin Sutton and wife Sarah to Jesse Hardy - $1000 – Benjamin and Sarah to retain during their lifetime – Great Branch adj Edward Carter, Richard Rouse – 200 acres; another tract adj to above tract of 100 acres – runs through Picadilly
signed with mark

WIT Ed Alberton, Barbara Hardy

NOTE: I bet Jesse Hardy's wife, Sarah was a daughter of Benjamin and Sarah Hardy Sutton. The Hardy book gives Sarah Sutton's birthdate as 1772 and her husband Jesse Hardy as 1779. The date 1772 could have been a typo or misread by the transcriber.


BOOK K19 – p 445

16 April 1800 – Windel Davis of Lenoir to Benjamin Sutton of Lenoir – 390 acres for 108 pds – 200 acres – both sides of Beaver Dam – adj Carter, through Picadilly, John Albertson's patent of 1779; another tract of 190 acres – part of patent to same John Alberton in 1785

BOOK 4A p 349

Indenture – 4 Feb 1811 - Windal Davis of Lenoir to Benjamin Sutton of Lenoir – 63 pds, 7 shillings, sixpence – 85 acres – Great Branch adj Rouse, sd Sutton

WIT Jesse Hardy, James Davis


BOOK Q p 264

8 August 1807 - Alexander Carter to Benjamin Sutton of Lenoir – 174 acres – 107 pds – Great Branch called the Gray land – part of patent to Bibby Bush

WIT L. Davis, Meclendal Jarman


BOOK 8A – p 260

Indenture - ----Dec 1823 – John W. Ellis to Wm. Sutton – John William Ellis of Twiggs Co, Ga to William Sutton of Lenoir - $300 – Great Branch of the North East – part of patent of John Thompsoe in Nov 1784 – adj John Roberts, Richard Rouse, Alfred Ellis – my part of my father's estate – 92 acres

Signed by mark

WIT Joseph Beven, Dennis D. Sanders


BOOK 13 p 252

31 Dec 1840 ?? - Alfred Ellis to Benjamin Sutton of Lenoir – 435 acres for $1000 – three parcels – patent granted to John Thompson on 10 Nov 1784; second tract patent to John Thompson of 11 July 1788; third tract patent to William Albertson dated 27 Feb 1806 adj Wendal Davis, Great Branch – being the rights of Wm. Sutton and Jesse Hardy to me the balance full to me of their heirship

WIT Dennis Daly, William Sutton

NOTE: The way this reads although it is not absolutely clear – William Sutton and Jesse Hardy were heirs together. Was Alfred also an heir of the same person. We know that Alfred married a daughter of Benjamin and Sarah Hardy Sutton, and we know that Benjamin dc 1837. I have no son by the name of William for Benjamin and Sarah but do have an unamed son who appears in their household in 1830 and not in 1840 and I assumed he died at that time. Certainly William Sutton and Jesse Hardy were heirs together giving more circumstantial that Jesse Hardy's wife was the daughter of Benjamin and Sarah Hardy Sutton.


BOOK O p 273

7 April 1805 – Wiley Garner to Simon Sutton – 65 pds – 100 acres – SS of the NE on the Mirey Branch

WIT Needham (x) Garner, Jr, Needham (x) Garner Sr.


BOOK N p 500
22 March 1802 – Jesse Waters of Lenoir to Benjamin Sutton of Lenoir – 100 pds – one tract on NE side of the N East Branch of the Cape Ferar – 95 acres granted to Moses Stanley on 16 November 1790 – fork of Great Branch adj to John Thompsons; another tract – 55 acres adj the before mentioned being part of a 200 patent granted to John Thompson 10 November1 1784

WIT James Hall, Jo Gillisphee



CENSUS

CENSUS

1800

Elias Sutton

1810

Simon Sutton – two males 0-9, one male 10-15, one 26-44; two females 0-9, one 26-44
(Born as early as 1766)

1820 – none in index

1830

p 142 - Israel Sutton – one male under 5, one male 10-15, one male 30-40; two females under 5, one 10-15, one 30-40

p 146 – Polly Sutton – one male 15-20; one female 20-30, one female 40-50
she lived next door to Curtis Deal

p 171 – Mary Sutton – one male 15-20; one female 20-30, one female 50-60

was this a double entry?


1840

p 31 – Mary – one female 30-40; one female 60-70
the younger woman was probably Penelope who would have been 36 according to the 1850 census

p 35 – Thomas – one make under 5, one male 20-30; one female under 5, one female 20-30
lived next door to Dennis Summerlin


1850

dwelling 287 - Mary Sutton 60
Lived next to Calvin Deal and two doors from Alfred Deal

Dwelling 291 - Thomas 38, Mary 40, Nancy 15, William 13, Mary A. 10, Giles 4, Sarah 7




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