Author Topic: Marmaduke SUTTON, Anne PEIRSON & e.g. COLE, GIBBONS, ROOKE, INGAMELLS, SEABRIGHT  (Read 2824 times)

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Does anyone have some information about the descendants (&/or ancestors) of Marmaduke SUTTON and Anne PEIRSON. I am in Australia so have no access to records except online. I’m not really related, but have convoluted connections as explained below, so am interested.
Marmaduke & Anne match this marriage: Marmaduke Sutton Anne Peirson 5 Oct 1740 Thorney Cambridgeshire England St Mary & St Botolph from freereg.

Their first son seems to have been William: bp William son/ Marmaduke Sutton & Anne 25 Sep 1741 Thorney Cambridgeshire England St Mary & St Botolph from freereg.

Freereg shows they had at least 9 other children: baptisms Susanna 13 Mar 1742/3, John 3 June 1745, Peter 31 July 1748, Robert & Mary 14 Jan 1752, Robert 9 Mar 1755, James 26 April 1757 & Thomas 22 July 1759.

William seems to have been married there: William Sutton Bach Maria GIBBONS single 12 May 1783 Thorney Cambridgeshire England St Mary & St Botolph # 364 from freereg and family search. Thorney is in the far north of Cambridgeshire. It’s possible that William and Maria might have then moved a bit further north to Gedney Hill in the far south of Lincs. They might have had another child or more before &/ or after the move. The child I can find is bp: John son/ William & Maria Sutton 18 Oct 1789 abode Fleet Fen from freereg & Lincs: Gedney Hill Par/ 1/ 3 p. 29/ 44 http://www.lincstothepast.com/Records/RecordDisplayTranscript.aspx?oid=552369&iid=297114

They must also have had Sarah, who was buried  Sarah dau/ William & Maria Sutton 7 Feb 1796 F F, which probably means Fleet Fen, from freereg & Lincs: Gedney Hill Par/ 1/ 3 p. 33/ 44 http://www.lincstothepast.com/Records/RecordDisplayTranscript.aspx?oid=552369&iid=297124

Also on that page and on freereg is the burial of a William Sutton 25 Jun 1796. This gives no age or relationship.  I can find a burial for a Maria well after that in Uffington: Maria Sutton 72y 17 Apr 1816 on freereg. However, I can also find a burial for a William Sutton 62y 11 Jun 1812 Uffington on freereg and Lincs: Par/ 1/ 1 p. 15/ 16 http://www.lincstothepast.com/Records/RecordDisplayTranscript.aspx?oid=550562&iid=204206

From freereg, It seems that Joseph, son of their son William, bp Joseph son/ William Sutton & Maria 23 Dec 1783 Thorney Cambridgeshire England St Mary and St Botolph from freereg and family search, may have first married Alice COLE in Thorney Cambridgeshire St Mary & St Botolph 13 Oct 1806, with Joseph at that stage giving his abode as Boston LIN. They must then have moved to Lincolnshire, where they baptized Maria dau/ Joseph Sutton & Alice née Cole 30 July 1807 Boston St. Botolph from freereg & Lincs: Par/ 1/ 6 p. 107/ 196.  http://www.lincstothepast.com/Records/RecordDisplayTranscript.aspx?oid=551544&iid=64777

It seems that Alice was then buried: Alice wife/ Joseph Sutton 24y 9 May 1808 Lincolnshire Skirbeck St. Nicholas Par/ 1/ 2 p. 8/ 14 from freereg and http://www.lincstothepast.com/Records/RecordDisplayTranscript.aspx?oid=616034&iid=330394

Joseph then seems to have married Mary Rook(e) in Lincolnshire: Joseph Sutton widower Mary Rook spinster 15 May 1809 Boston St. Botolph # 1758 from freereg and Lincs to the Past: Par/ 1/ 24 p. 491/ 517 http://www.lincstothepast.com/Records/RecordDisplayTranscript.aspx?oid=551495&iid=60485
However Joseph’s occupation of Master Mar. at his marriage to Mary doesn’t seem to agree with his occupation of labourer given at Maria’s baptism.

They seem to have had 2 children, although Mary’s father’s occupation was given as sawyer at her baptism, which doesn’t agree with either of the previous 2:
1.   Alice bp dau/ Joseph & Mary Sutton née Rooke 8 May 1811 Boston St. Botolph from freereg & Lincs to the Past: Par/ 1/ 6 p. 171/ 196 http://www.lincstothepast.com/Records/RecordDisplayTranscript.aspx?oid=551544&iid=64841

2.   Mary bp: Mary dau/ Joseph Sutton & Mary 10 Oct 1813 Lincolnshire Boston St. Botolph from family search and Lincs to the Past: Par/ 1/ 7 # 268 p. 25/ 160 LPBp http://www.lincstothepast.com/Records/RecordDisplayTranscript.aspx?oid=718431&iid=66895
bu: Mary Sutton infant 31 Jan 1813 Lincolnshire Skirbeck St. Nicholas Par/ 1/ 14 # 40 p. 6/ 54 http://www.lincstothepast.com/Records/RecordDisplayTranscript.aspx?oid=615327&iid=331122

The same page of Lincs to the Past gives Joseph’s burial, also on freereg and family search: Joseph Sutton 30y 8 Jan 1814 Lincolnshire Skirbeck St. Nicholas # 36 Par/ 1/ 14 p. 6/ 54

It’s Mary then who seems to have married James INGAMELLS, who had previously had an illegitimate child, Lucy, with my gggggrandmother Mildred SEABRIGHT: see http://www.rootschat.com/forum/index.php/topic,584332.0.html

I did say it was convoluted!

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About the burials of the 2 William Suttons, 1 in Gedney Hill and 1 in Uffington, I think it's probably the first one, the one in Gedney Hill.
This is because I think I've found a remarriage and burial for his wife Maria Sutton née Gibbons:
m?2: William Wilkinson widower Maria Sutton widow 03 Dec 1801 Thorney Cambridgeshire England St Mary & St Botolph # 130 from freereg
bu?: Maria wife/ William WILKINSON abode Thorney 17 Mar 1805 Gedney Hill Lincolnshire England from freereg & Lincs to the Past: Holy Trinity from freereg & Par/ 1/ 3 p. 38/ 44 from Lincs: http://www.lincstothepast.com/Records/RecordDisplayTranscript.aspx?oid=552369&iid=297136

so forget Uffington I think

As for William Wilkinson, I'm finding it too common a name to even guess about.

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