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Re: [genpcncfir] Sutton

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  • Betty Cassidy
    Tracy, This is so much appreciated. You have helped me tremendously. Btw, there were several land transactions between the Downs family and Godfrey Stancil. My
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      Tracy,
      This is so much appreciated. You have helped me tremendously. Btw, there
      were several land transactions between the Downs family and Godfrey
      Stancil. My Wiley sold land to him in 1826.
      Betty

      Tracy Stancil/mail.hotmail.com wrote:

      >Betty,
      >I don't know the Sutton family, but took a look for you. It seems that Thomas Sutton was found in Beaufort County on the pre-1830 censuses so you will probably need to look there.
      >There are only a few references to Thomas Sutton in the pre-1830 deeds of Pitt County:
      >
      >Pitt County Deed Book D page 91 date Feb. 9, 1768
      >David Garrall to Isaac Buck- 200+ acres for 90 Lbs. Adjacent: Thomas Sutton. Former owner John Paine, Sen. (pat. 1751).
      >
      >Pitt Deed Book M page 141 date Dec. 25, 1787
      >Thomas Sutton and Trishea Sutton to Ezekiel Adams- 100 acres in Beaufort County for 30 LBS. Witness: Edward Buck.
      >
      >Pitt Deed Book M page 605 date Feb. 10, 1792
      >David Sutton to Henry Smith- 100acres+100 acres + 100 acres + 100 acres for 200 LBS. Former owners: John Pain (pat) and Thomas Sutton. Witness: Absolom Dixon and James Stokes.
      >
      >Deed Book Q page 170 date Jan. 6, 1804
      >Benjamin Sutton to David Sutton- 100 acres + 45 acres for 200 LBS. Adjacent Abraham Adams and Nathaniel Pettit. Former owners: Nathaniel Pettit, John Payn. Witness: Joshua Putnell and Thomas Sutton.
      >
      >That's about it.
      >Tracy
      >
      >
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