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Des. of Daniel Isaac Sutton 1773-1833
Posted by: Monroe Dwight Arender Date: May 17, 2001 at 21:06:32
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I am a grt-grt-grt- grandson of Daniel Isaac Sutton who lived an paracticed Law in Monroe, Louisiana and possibly Opalousas, Louisiana. Only recently has this been revealed to me.

I understand that he was a fouth generation descendant of the original John Sutton of Sutton Virginia and that he may have been one of the first of the "Sutton's" to migrate to the old southwest meaning Mississippi and Louisiana. Also would like to learn more of the wife(s). and how he came to have descendants in the New Orleans, Louisiana area.

I would like to correspond with anyone who can tell me something about this individual. My line from him comes through his son, Henry Leonhart Creighton Sutton who was born in my hometown of Monroe, Louisiana and then through William Creighton Sutton of Natchitoches Parish and finally to my maternal grandfather Daniel Isaac Sutton(1886-1957).
Monroe "Dwight" Arender
<arendemd@tribe.nlu.edu>


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