The surname Sutton is of English origin. It is a habitational name derived from either of the places so called, such as Cambridgeshire, Lincolnshire, Kent, Suffolk, or Somerset (England). The name is derived from the Old English ‘Suotun’, signifieing the south enclosure, farmstead, or village. The name thus signifies the ‘the south town or south enclosure’. There are over sixty ecclesiastically marked districts, chapelries, and parishes in England so named; of course this does not include small manors or farms. The most common descriptive place terms naturally describe many villages in a given country. For example, it would be natural to signify a village by reference to its situation. The towns surrounding middle town might be Weston, Norton, Sutton, or Easton, all indicating the direction in which they were situated. The name dates as far back as the tenth century, were a Kettel de Sudtone is recorded in historical archives. However, Sutton occurs in a wholly Latin charter dated A.D. 727 as ‘apud Suptone’. The name was b… Coat of arms: Argen…
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