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A history of the American and puritanical family of Sutliff or Sutliffe

spelled Sutcliffe in England. The first American family (A.D. 1614) connected with New England, and amongst the first to be connected with the settlement of the original English possessions in the New World, and a genealogy of all the descendants through Nathaniel Sutliff, jr.

by Samuel Milton Sutliff

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Published by The Kelmscott Press in Downers Grove, Ill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sutliff family (Abraham Sutliff, b. ca. 1574),
  • Sutliff family (Nathaniel Sutlief, 1672-1732),
  • Sutliff family

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBy Samuel Milton Sutliff, jr., esq.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS71.S966 1909
    The Physical Object
    Pagination199 p.
    Number of Pages199
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7015621M
    LC Control Number10001714
    OCLC/WorldCa5065362

    Sutliff. family contains lineage records, copies of wills and estates, and a written history on the Sutliff family titled “A History of the American and Puritanical Family of Sutliff or Sutliffe” by Samuel Milton Sutliff, Jr. (). The folder on the. Forbes. family includes a few lineage records. The folder on the. Green. and. Duncan. The origins of the Sutliffe name come from when the Anglo-Saxon tribes ruled over Britain. The name Sutliffe was originally derived from a family having lived in the area known as Sutcliffe which had three locations in the county of surname Sutliffe is a habitation name that was originally derived from pre-existing names for towns, villages, parishes, or farmsteads.


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A history of the American and puritanical family of Sutliff or Sutliffe, spelled Sutcliffe in England: the first American family (A.D.

) connected with New England, and amongst the first to be connected with the settlement of the original English possessions in the New World, and a genealogy of all the descendants through Nathaniel Sutliff, : Internet Archive BookReader A history of the American and puritanical family of Sutliff or Sutliffe, spelled Sutcliffe in England: the first American family (A.D.

) connected with New England, and amongst the first to be connected with the settlement of the original English possessions in the New World, and a genealogy of all the descendants through Nathaniel Sutliff, Jr. A history of the American and puritanical family of Sutliff or Sutliffe / spelled Sutcliffe in England.

The first American family (A.D. ) connected with New England, and amongst the first to be connected with the settlement of the original English possessions in the New World, and a genealogy of all the descendants through Nathaniel Sutliff, Jr.

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Full text of "A history of the American and puritanical family of Sutliff or Sutliffe / spelled Sutcliffe in England. The first American family (A.D. ) connected with New England, and amongst the first to be connected with the settlement of the original English possessions in the New World, and a genealogy of all the descendants through Nathaniel Sutliff, Jr.

Abraham SUTLIFF, founder of the puritanical family in America, came from Plymouth, England, to the New World, he having been groom of the bedchamber of King Charles I and brother to Mathew SUTLIFF, dean of Exeter.

Abraham was born about in Yorkshire, England, and probably lived at one time near Knaresborough, Yorkshire, where some of his children and the younger Plymptons were acquainted. SUTLIFF: A history of the American and Puritanical family of Sutliff or Sutliffe, spelled Sutcliffe in England 38 00 Hardcover - $ USD Softcover - $ USD Quantity Add.

First, was the Federal census which listed Seth, living in Johnstown, Fulton, New York with his daughter Mary and her husband, Harvey Steele (confirmed by Sutliff family book which listed Mary as marrying a Steele) and their children: William Steele, age 16; and Stephen, age Fun Fact: Johnstown.

SUTLIFF A history of the American & Puritanical family of Sutliff or Sutliffe, spelled Sutcliffe in England, and a genealogy of all the descendants through Nathaniel Sutliff, Jr, by S.M. Sutliff, Jr p. This item is special order It is printed on-demand whenever an order is received. Depending on the publisher's backlog, weeks may be required for delivery.

A History of the American and Puritanical Family of Sutliff or Sutliffe, Spelled Sutcliffe in England: The First American Family (A. ) the Settlement of the Original English Pos by Samuel Milton Sutliff5/5(1).

Original data: Sutliff, Samuel Milton. A history of the American and puritanical family of Sutliff or Sutliffe, spelled Sutcliffe in England: the first American family (A.D. ) connected with New England, and amongst the first to be connected with the settlement of the original English possessions in the new world, and a genealogy of all the descendants through Nathaniel Sutliff, Jr.

A history of the American and puritanical family of Sutliff or Sutliffe, spelled Sutcliffe in England. The first American family (A.D. ) connected with New England, and amongst the first to be connected with the settlement of the original English possessions in the New World, and a genealogy of all the descendants through Nathaniel Sutliff, Jr.

A history of the American and puritanical family of Sutliff or Sutliffe, spelled Sutcliffe in England: the first American family (A.D. ) connected with New England, and amongst the first to be connected with the settlement of the original English possessions in the new world, and a genealogy of all the descendants through Nathaniel Sutliff, Jr.

A HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN AND PURITANICAL FAMILY OF SUTLIFF OR SUTLIFFE Spelled Sutcliffe in England The First American Family (A.D.

) Connected with New England, and Amongst the First to be Connected With the Settlement of the Original English Possessions in the New World AND A GENEALOGY OF ALL THE DESCENDANTS THROUGH NATHANIEL SUTLIFF, JR. "A History of the American and Puritanical Family of Sutliff or Sutliffe (Spelled Sutcliffe in England)" by Samuel Milton Sutliff, Jr., Esq., published This book states that all names spelled Sutliff, Sutliffe, Sutlief, etc., are direct descentants on this Abraham Sutliff.

Source: S Title: A History of The American and Puritanical Family of Sutliff or Sutliffe and a Genealogy of all descendants through Nathaniel Sutliff, Jr., File Number: FHL Film # Item 4 Abbreviation: History of the Sutliff Family Author: Samuel Milton Sutliff, Jr., Esquire Publication: Kelmscott Press, Downers Grove, Illinois,   For over twenty years I searched for a genealogy book on the Sutliff I found "A History of the American and Puritanical Family of Sutliff or Sutliffe" I thought she'd be thrilled but, she said although it was interesting, it wasn't the one she saw when she was a said she remembers the book listing horse thieves in the family.

Marilyn had worked on her family history for over 40 years - the hard way - going door to door and tombstone to tombstone before computer assistance. Her work had provided a great start for the Sutliff, Stout, Goss, Ruggles, etc. lines. Linda has provided insights on various questions as well as helping to maintain the Moss and Goss cemeteries.

A history of the American and puritanical family of Sutliff or Sutliffe spelled Sutcliffe in England. The first American family (A.D.

) connected with New England, and amongst the first to be connected with the settlement of the original English possessions in the New World, and a genealogy of all the descendants through Nathaniel Sutliff, Jr.

Nathaniel Sutliff in History and Genealogy of the American and Puritanical Sutliff (Sutliffe, Sutcliffe) Family, b. Ma 51 NOAH, b. Aug. 14, A HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN AND PURITANICAL FAMILY OF SUTLIFF OR SUTLIFFE AND A GENEALOGY OF ALL THE DESCENDANTS THROUGH NATHANIEL SUTLIFF, JR.

By Samuel Milton Sutliff, Jr., Esq.The Kelmscott Press, Downers Grove, IL. This book is in the possession of Joan Kelley Elmer. On page 32 according to the book listed above, : Lucy (Hodgkin) Sutliff.

Sutliff is an unincorporated community in Cedar Township, Johnson County, Iowa, United States, just south of Lisbon. The community was founded at the location of Sutliff's ferry.

The ferry was operated from or onward by Allen (or Allan) C. Sutliff (–), the elder brother of the Ohio Supreme Court Judge Milton Sutliff County: Johnson. a history of the american and puritanical family of sutliff or sutliffe and a genealogy of all the descendants through nathaniel sutliff, jr.

By Samuel Milton Sutliff, Jr., Esq.The Kelmscott Press, Downers Grove, IllinoisSpouse: Fred Hicks. Samuel Milton Sutliff, Jr., Esq. History of the Puritanical Family of Sutliff or Sutliffe.

Downer Grove, IL: Kelmscott Press, (updated in 3 vols. by Donald D. Sutliff of Vancouver, WA, & ). Reprints of the original work are available from Higginson Book Company.

SUTLIFF FAMILY Source: A history of the American and puritanical Family of Sutliff or Sutliffe by Samuel Milton Sutliff, Jr., ; transcribed by Mary Kay Krogman. JOHN SUTCLIFFE, SR. Married Margaret Owlsworth (Holdsworth) of Astey. Was born and lived during his life at Mairoyd, which is the same parish as Asety, that is of Halifax, Yorkshire.

Source: S Title: A History of The American and Puritanical Family of Sutliff or Sutliffe and a Genealogy of all descendants through Nathaniel Sutliff, Jr., File Number: FHL Film # Item 4 Abbreviation: History of the Sutliff Family Author: Samuel Milton Sutliff, Jr., Esquire Publication: Kelmscott Press, Downers Grove, Illinois, Historical records and family trees related to Levi Sutliff.

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WILLIAM HENRY SUTLIFF. Sarah Sutliff (born Ford) in History of the American And Puritanical Family of Sutliff or Sutliffe, Spelled Sutcliffe in England CHILDREN. DELIA, b.

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/Author: Samuel Milton Sutliff. A History of the American and Puritanical Family of Sutliff or Sutliffe: Sutliff, Samuel Milton Swart: The Swart Family, - Nanninga-Myers, Myrtle C. Swart: Swartz - Luther and Allied Families: Ancestry Trails and Tales Swart: Three Swartz/Schwartz Men of Floyd and Clark County, Indiana Swens.

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$ F-S SUTLIFF A History of the American & Puritanical Family of Sutliff or Sutliffe; spelled Sutcliffe in $ F-S. [Sutliff, Samuel Milton: A history of the American and Puritanical Family of Sutliff or Sutliffe, pa] Contributor: Northern Neighbors () ] Mrs. [stone defaced - Hale Index ] [ Daughter of Nathaniel Jr.

and Sarah (Savage) Sutliff; married Abraham Thomas. Children included: ~ Hannah, born Ap ; baptized J The name Sutcliffe is an old Anglo-Saxon name. It comes from when a family lived in the area known as Sutcliffe which had three locations in the county of surname Sutcliffe is a habitation name that was originally derived from pre-existing names for towns, villages, parishes, or farmsteads.

The surname originated as a means of identifying individuals from a particular area.John Hodgkin Bapt. Killingworth, Conn. Parents were John Sutliff and Lucy Hodgkin Married Ap From book by Sameul Milton Sutliff, Jr.

Esq. A History of the American and Puritanical Family of Sutliff or Sutliffe. Published in