Sutton (by Macclesfield), Cheshire [t192120]

Township of the ancient parish of Prestbury

Sutton, Cheshire, 1612

Sutton, Cheshire, 1793

Census Abstract, 1821

Samuel Lewis, Topographical Dictionary of England, 1845

Sutton, Cheshire, 1897

4 January 1781: Bond by Matthew Longden [marks] of Sutton, county Chester, farmer, John Oakes [signs] of Sutton yeoman and Adam Sheldon [signs] of Macclesfield, county Chester, grocer, to Samuel Boyer clerk of His Majesty’s Court of Record for the Manor and Forest of Macclesfield, in £40: to appear at Macclesfield, Monday 22 January, to prosecute Matthew Nield of Sutton farmer for taking and unjustly detaining 35 sheep. Witness: Samuel Buckley junior [signs]

12 June 1782: Bond by William Simpson [signs: Sympson] of Macclesfield, county Chester, blacksmith, John Stonehewer [signs] of Sutton in the parish of Prestbury, county Chester, esquire, and Joseph Nield [marks] of Macclesfield cordwainer, to George Lloyd esquire deputy steward of His Majesty’s Court of Record for the Manor and Forest of Macclesfield, in £18: for Simpson to appear 8 July to prosecute Charles Cock of Macclesfield clockmaker, for wrongfully keeping and detaining a pair of bars, two pair of tongs, two pokers, a fire shovel, a fender, a swee, a bread iron, a flesh grid, a small iron stand, a bread toasting iron, a frying pan, a Dutch oven, a white wood cupboard & crockery, a white wood table, one painted ditto, a japanned hand board, five rush bottomed chairs, a box iron and heaters, a small looking glass, a weigh beam, two maps and five pictures, two earthen stanes and two jugs, a cheese toaster, an iron pot, an iron kettle, earthen ware, a white wood table, two chairs, a piggin, a hand basket, a shelf, five white plates, two flower pots, two pair of bed stocks, one hanged, two chaff beds, two chaff bolsters, one sheet, one blanket, two bed rugs, a coffer and box, an earthen stane, a wheel and jack. Witness: Wm. Allen [signs]