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account of the younger branches of the family of Sutton alias Dudley.

H. Sydney Grazebrook

account of the younger branches of the family of Sutton alias Dudley.

by H. Sydney Grazebrook

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Published by printed by Harrison in (London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Continued from the Collections, vol.9, pt.2.

SeriesCollections for a history of Staffordshire -- 10 pt.2.
ContributionsDudley family., Sutton family., Staffordshire Record Society.
The Physical Object
Pagination178, xiv p., plates ;
Number of Pages178
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19914155M

COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus. (VI) John De Sutton, fourth Baron of Dudley, and lord lieutenant of Ireland, was born , and died early in the reign of Henry VI. (VII) John Sutton, fifth Baron of Dudley, and knight of the most noble Order of the Garter, and treasurer of the King's household, married Elizabeth, widow of Sir Edward Charlton, and daughter of Sir John Berkley.

Any living descendants of the sutton dudley family of dudley castle +3 votes. views. Anyone know if they are relatives directly to the sutton dudley family in england. sutton; dudley; asked Jun 8, in Genealogy Help by Stuart Sutton G2G2 (2k points) Edmund Sutton ( . Historical records and family trees related to John Dudley Sutton. Records may include photos, original documents, family history, relatives, specific dates, locations and full names. He had 5 siblings: John alias Lord Dudley K.G. Sutton Alias Dudley, Hamon Sutton and 3 .

To join the Dudley project the donor's Dudley line is required. These proved data are crucial to pair with DNA results. Genealogical records indicate that the first Dudley immigrant into New England was probably Thomas Dudley () who arrived with his family .   Posted 3/3/08 AM, 34 messages.


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Account of the younger branches of the family of Sutton alias Dudley by H. Sydney Grazebrook Download PDF EPUB FB2

Dudley was descended from John Sutton of Dudley Castle, created a peer by Henry VI. Unlike the junior branch of the family which became prominent through John Dudley, Duke of Northumberland, and Sir Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester, the senior line of the family was undistinguished even in Staffordshire, and more often than not deep in debt.

Nevertheless the. Family and Education. bap. 30 Nov.2nd s. of Edward, 4th Lord Dudley alias Sutton by his 2nd w., and bro. of Edward Dudley alias Sutton †.

educ. Lincoln, Oxf. byElizabeth, o. of Thomas Whorwood of Compton Hallows, 1s. d.v.p. 3da. Offices Held. Biography. Dudley was the younger son of a bankrupt peer, his inheritance being limited to his father’s ‘chiefest. Thomas Dudley () immigrated in from England to Roxbury, Massachusetts, married twice, and served as Governor of the New England colony.

Includes English ancestry. Descendants listed lived chiefly in New England and New York. Doing a little more digging, I believe my source for referring to this branch of the family as "Dudley, alias Sutton" was Dean Dudley's account of the Dudleys of Russells Hall in his *Supplement to the History and Genealogy of the Dudley Family* (published ca.

Full text of "The Sutton-Dudleys of England and the Dudleys of Massachusetts in New the Norman conquest to the present time" See other formats. SUTTON alias DUDLEY, John V de, KG, 4° Baron Dudley b: 25 Dec Dudley Castle, STS, ENG d: 30 Sep #: DUDL SUTTON=DUDLEY, Sir John V de, KG, 4° Baron Sutton of Dudley == BERKELEY- + BERKELEY, Elizabeth {80a-8} d: 14 Mar /21 Mother: BETTESHORNE, Elizabeth Father: BERKELEY, Sir John, Kt.

The families of Sutton and Dudley, whose histories are inextricably mingled by intermarriage and relationship, are ancient ones in England, dating before the eleventh century. Inin the reign of Henry III, Rowland de Sutton married a daughter of the noted family of Lexington.

John de Sutton was Lord of Malpas and Shocklech in younger branches of the same family settled at Eccleshall, Hilton, and Butterton.

Junior branches of the family of Sutton, alias Dudley. Extracts from the plea rolls, 1 to 15 Edward III. The final concords, or feet of fines, Staffordshire, A.D.

to A.D. The Gresleys of Drakelowe: an account of the family and notes of. Agnes de Snede (born de Sutton) was born circaat birth place, to John Vi Lord Dudley Sutton Alias Dudley and Elizabeth Baroness Sutton of Dudley De Cherleton (born de Berkeley).

John was born on December 25in Barton-under-Needwood, Staffordshire. Dudley Sutton was born in Kingston upon Thames, and educated at a boys' boarding school at Lifton Park, Devon.

He served in the Royal Air Force as a mechanic before enrolling in the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, from which he was later expelled for responding to rock-and-roll.

But the discovery of his father's will disproves these stories, and practically establishes his pretensions to descent from the great baronial family of Sutton, alias Dudley.

Dudley was sent in to Oxford and afterwards studied law at Gray's Inn, where the arms of the barons of Dudley were emblazoned on one of the windows of the hall.

all our noble families are seen most strikingly if connected with the history of any place or building. • History of Dudley Castle and Priory, including a Genealogical Account of tho Families of Sutton and Ward. By Charles Twamley.

Landon: John Russell Smith. Travellers between Birmingham and Wolverhampton look up with some degree of awe to the stately ruins of Dudley Castle, towering high. Background and early life. Dudley's father was Edward Sutton, 4th Baron Dudley, a distinguished soldier who managed to regain the family estates after they were forfeit to John Dudley, Duke of Northumberland as a result of debt.

His mother was the 4th Baron's second wife, Jane Stanley, daughter of Edward Stanley, 3rd Earl of had a younger brother, John, and an elder half-sister, Agnes. An illustration of an open book.

Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. History of the Dudley family: with genealogical tables, pedigrees, &c. by Dudley, Dean, Publication date Topics Dudley family Publisher Wakefield, Mass.: D. Dudley Collection americana Digitizing sponsor Brigham Young University.

An account of the younger branches of the family of Sutton alias Dudley by H. Sydney Grazebrook (Book). John Sutton, 3rd Baron Dudley ( – ), commonly known as Lord Quondam, was an English nobleman. Life. He was born in aboutat Dudley Castle, Worcestershire, the eldest son and heir of Sir Edward Sutton, 2nd Baron Dudley and his wife Lady Cicely (Willoughby) Sutton.

He was betrothed to Lady Cecily Grey (a daughter of Thomas Grey, 1st Marquess of Dorset, by Cecily, his wife, suo. Page - Andros," preserved in the State Paper Office, London, contain the following: " And whereas since our accession to the crown, Wee have appointed a new seal for our Colonies of New England, as also another seal for our Province of New York, which being now united under one government, Wee do hereby direct and require that the seal appointed for the said Colony of New.

Excerpt from History of the Dudley Family, Vol. 1: With Genealogical Tables, Pedigrees, &C After nearly forty years of research I have published this First Number of my History of the Dudley Family. By the serial style I shall be able to correct all errors in the future numbers.

About the PublisherReviews: 1. Sutton is a name that first reached England following the Norman Conquest of The Sutton family lived in Somerset, at Sutton Montague. Early Origins of the Sutton family.

The surname Sutton was first found in Nottinghamshire where they were descended from Dreu de Montaigu who came into England at the Norman Conquest in A.D. in the train of the Count of Mortain. He was the first of his family to adopt the surname of Dudley as an alias for Sutton.

"John Dudley, Knyght, Lord Dudley" died testate in his 87th year. His will is dated 17 August The barony was inherited by his grandson, Edward Sutton, 2nd Baron Dudley, son of Sir Edmund Sutton who was the heir but died after 6 July but before his.

Dugdale and the best authorities treat this John Sutton de Dudley as the first baron Dudley of the Sutton family. It is true that a predecessor had been summoned to parliament as feudal baron of Dudley in virtue of his tenure of Dudley Castle, but the peerage practically originated in the writ issued to the sixth John de Sutton, 15 Feb.

After an extensive search of Sutton and Dudley records for his book, George The younger sons were required to make the arms different by adding a mark of cadency. The crescent Supplement to the History of the Dudley Family, (Wakefield, MA, privately printed ), 6 (a footnote).The history of the Dudley family - containing the genealogy of each branch in various countries The history of the Dudley family - containing the genealogy of each branch in various countries The Sutton-Dudleys of England and the Dudleys of Massachusetts in New England Jenkins family book; being a partial record of the descendants.