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Sutilff Pedigree Ore>Wash>ND>Wisc>OH>Conn>Eng

Posted: 1042443705000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1153262460000
Surnames: Welton, Sutliff
Dorothy Maude Sutliff (born on 13 January 1912, at Loon Lake, Washington – died 30 August 1998, at Blodgett, Oregon of cancer), homemaker and University of Oregon food service worker. Dorothy is the daughter of Franklin Welrose Sutliff (born on 11 March 1874, at Tiffany, Wisconsin - died on 20 July 1958, at Pilomath, Oregon of stomach disorder and liver failure), warehouse supervisor, post master, and deputy sheriff and his wife, Mabel Ruth Welton (born on 17 October 1877, at Wheeler*, Wisconsin - died on 13 September 1972, at Corvallis, Oregon of natural causes), homemaker and dressmaker. Mabel was the daughter of Bennett Aleneron Welton** (born in January 1839, in Ashtabula County, Ohio - died on 16 September 1878 at Wheeler, Wisconsin of stomach cancer), a homesteader/farmer and businessman and his wife, Mariah Louisa Bullock (born on 9 August 1849, at Kilborn City, Wisconsin - died on 6 April 1931, at Paradise, North Dakota of pneumonia), homemaker and inn keeper. Bennett was the son of Edward R. Welton (born in 1808 somewhere in western New York - died of unknown causes at some unknown date in Ashtabula County, Ohio), a pioneer/farmer and his wife, Phila (or Theila) West (born in 1813 somewhere in western New York - died of unknown causes at some unknown died in Ashtabula County, Ohio), homemaker. Edward was the son of Chandler Welton (born on 25 December 1781 at Watertown, Litchfield County, Connecticut - died prior to 1850 in Ashtabula County, Ohio), a pioneer/farmer and his wife, Nancy*** (born circa 1791 in Connecticut - sometime after 1835 in Ohio). Chandler was the son of Amasa Welton (born on 26 April 1749 at Waterbury, New Haven County, Connecticut - died circa 1810) a farmer and his wife Mary Nichols (born on 16 May 1752 at Waterbury, New Haven County, Connecticut - died at some unknown date). Amasa was the son of Stephen Welton (born 27 October 1713, at Stratford, Fairfield County, Connecticut – died 24 April 1805, at Goshen, Litchfield County, Connecticut) and Abigail Baldwin (born 17 February 1715, at Waterbury, New Haven County, Connecticut – died 1 November 1776, at Waterbury, New Haven County, Connecticut). Stephen was the son of George Welton (born circa 1686, at Waterbury, New Have County, Connecticut - died 7 January 1773, at Waterbury, New Haven County, Connecticut), a farmer and his wife, Elizabeth Mallroy**** (27 April 1687, at New Haven, Connecticut - died 20 December 1773, at Waterbury, Connecticut). George was the son of John Welton (born circa 1633, in Sussex, England - died 18 June 1726, at Waterbury, Connecticut), a farmer and his wife, Mary Upson (born circa 1658 - died 18 October 1716, at Waterbury, New Have County, Connecticut). John was the son of John Welton (born circa 1610, in England - died at some unknown date in England) a farmer and his wife, Anne Jeffrey (born circa 1615, in England - died at some unknown date in England).

NOTES:
* The town of Wheeler, Wisconsin was originally called Welton.
** Some sources give his name as Benjamin instead of Bennett Welton.
*** Her surname is unknown.
**** Elizabeth Mallroy is a descendant of Emperor Charlemagne.

SOURCES:
1.) John Welton, John Welton & His Wife, Mary Upson came from England about 1667, and Settled in Waterbury, Connecticut in 1679. Cincinnati, OH: n.p. circa 1855.

2.) Edward E. Hall, compile by. The Welton Genealogy Workbook. Sunnyvale, CA: n.p. 1995.
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