primarily a history of the Suttons
and related families. It currently contains information on
Adolph, Ahrendt, Apple, Branson, Brinson, Bucher, Campbell,
Clemmer, Cline, Dennis, Dodge, Duckett, Gramke,
Hammon, Hetzel, Huddelston, Humerickhouse, Hunt, Igo,
Knoblock, Lankford, McCarty,
McGown, McIntire, Morris, Moulton, Noe,
Ridlon, Schnepp, Seaver, Sedam, Snapp, VanOsdal, Wells
and hundreds of other surnames.
Check back often; I update these pages frequently,
If you find
any of my data to be either incorrect, incomplete or would
like any additional information please e-mail.
Starting with John C. Sutton during the middle 1700's, up to
today, hundreds of Sutton descendants are listed and charted
for easy downloading.
Nearly 600 volunteer Sutton family history researchers
share their collective efforts. Subscribe free today and let
them help you find your Suttons. The List really
Link to all known Sutton burial sites, compiled by
B.J.Hughes, a Sutton List subscriber. (Under
Family history reports, charts and photographs of this
respected family from Scotland.
and Related Families
Clemmer, Klemmer, Ahrendt, Ashford, Gramke, Kerr, Lobaugh,
Morris and another Sutton line.
A family history discussion list that covers
all the spelling variants of Clemmer - Klemmer, Klymmer,
Clymer, etc. You can take part in the discussions or just
quietly read the exchange of Clemmer research data.
Snapp, Huddelston and others
Are you related to one or more of these well-researched
families? Some are traced to France, some just to Ohio and
New Jersey. You might be related.
Subscribe free to this lively discussion list. Did this
family, with its many variant spellings come from France,
Germany, Holland or Ireland? Or from some other place?
You'll be able to decide when you study the hundreds of
messages from Noe researchers.
What can you add to the recorded history of these Irish
families? These hard-working folks helped build the railroad
across the country. They lived in Illinois, Indiana,
Missouri and Kansas and settled in the Southwest and became
Other surnames, including Wells. Some are related; some are