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About The Sutherd Family
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Compilation of the Sutherd Family Data in Virginia, Illinois and England is based on 
the documents that was found with the following names:  Southard, Southworth, 
Sudduth, Suddarth, Suthard, Sutheard & Sutherd.  Documents which have been researched 
contained sufficient evidence to establish the lines herein.                       
The following data starts with Deborah Brockman B: 29-Sep-1952 Springfield, Sangamon 
Co., IL., and goes all the back to Orme Fitz Southworth B:961 England. On the 
Southard, Southworth, Sudduth, Suddarth, Suthard, Sutheard, and Sutherd the 
generation number is 36. Nothing was found passed the year 961.     Some of the 
information that I used is from The Sutherd/Suthard/Southard Family of Virginia and 
Cass Co., IL., By Calvin E Sutherd, Boca Raton, Florida October 1977.   According to 
all the research that was done on this family the Southards are all descended from 
the ancient Southworth family of Somersetshire and Lancashire, England, which derived 
its name from the Southworth estate in Baroney of Newton.  The name Southard seems to 
have been a Dutch variation of the English families who fled England in the 1500's to 
escape regligious persecution.  They settled in and near Leyden, Holland.  In Holland 
they raised their families intermarried with the Dutch and apdopted the Dutch 
language. Later some of their decendants came to America. some settled in New 
England, while others settled in Long Island, N. Y. and Virginia.  In America the 
name is found spelled Southard, Southworth, Sudduth, Suddarth, Suthard, Sutheard, and 
Sutherd.  There is a great similiarity in all areas of Colonial America of the 
spelling of the given names of the males, such as John, Joseph, Isaac, Elias, Moses, 
Robert, Benjamin, Thomas, George, Calvin and William.  The Progenton of the Virginia 
Southards of the 18th Century was Thomas Henry Southard B: 1615 Leyden, South 
Holland, and D: between 1688 and 1890 in Livingston, N. Y.                           
The information enclosed has been complied over the last 4 years. Thanks to my 
Grandfather Russell Sutherd for giving me alot of information and still remembering 
everything at the age of 99. When Grandpa Russell would talk about the Sutherd's he 
new them by their middle names only, I soon found out that was very true when doing 
the research. When researching the Census they did mostly use there middle name. Also 
Thanks to my Mom Beverly (Sutherd) Brockman for giving me alot of information  and 
for the Sutherd pictures and to all the other relatives that was willing to share 
information with me Thanks. I have done my best to document what I have, to try to 
make sure what I have is accurate but I just want you to know that there will be 
mistakes but not intentionally. What I'm trying to say is there will be mistakes, 
expect them but also expect that there is probably alot of truth in what you read 
also. On the Lyons side of the family we do have Cherokee Indian Blood from the Rainwater side of 
the family and we also had a Famous Singer & Songwriter Marvin Rainwater (7-2-25 - 9-17-2013). 
However if you do know of a correction please send it to me and help me keep 
this up to date.   I hope all enjoy the family history.                            
By: Deborah S. (Brockman) Brown  Lakeland, FL.  12 May 
2008.
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