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Sutton, Massachusetts, USA

Sutton, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA

Sutton is home to one of the oldest school houses in America.

The Town of Sutton is located in central Massachusetts (Worcester County) in an area known as the Blackstone Valley. The Town is located along Route 146 and is 8 miles south of Worcester, 30 miles north of Providence and 46 miles southwest of Boston. Sutton is bordered by the towns of Millbury, Grafton, Northbridge, Uxbridge, Douglas and Oxford. The town consists of five villages - - Sutton Center, Manchaug, Wilkinsonville, West Sutton, and South Sutton. www.suttonma.org

Sutton includes: Marble Village, Quabbin (South Sutton), and Wilkinsonville.


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  • 1704 - Sutton is settled

    Massachusetts City and Town Incorporation and Settlement Dates

  • 1714 - Sutton is incorporated

    Massachusetts City and Town Incorporation and Settlement Dates

  • 1845 - SUTTON. [Pop. 2,370. Inc 1715.]
    The settling of Sutton was retarded by the Indian wars.

    It is a pleasant town, situated on the Blackstone and its branches.

    Sutton...Read MORE...


  • 1848 - Sutton
    This town was originally purchased by a number of persons of John Wampus, a sachem, and his company of Indians, who claimed it, and was confirmed to...Read MORE...


  • News 1853 - Sad Occurrence
    Mrs. Mary Whiting, an aged lady of nearly 90 years, was burned to death in Sutton, Massachusetts, on Sabbath evening. She was alone in the house, the ...Read MORE...


  • 1854 - Sutton
    Sutton, a post- village in Worcester co., Massachusetts, near the Blackstone river and canal, and the Providence and Worcester railroad, 42 miles W....Read MORE...


  • News 1865 - Thank You to Soldiers
    A noble woman, by the name of Susan Williams, South Sutton, Massachusetts, gives to every soldier who enlisted from that town, on his return, the sum ...Read MORE...


  • News 1879 - 100 Pet Cats
    Miss Mary Jane Wadleigh, of Sutton, Massachusetts, has one hundred pet cats, and when one of them dies she has it buried in its grave marked by a...Read MORE...


  • News 1885 - Men of Brains - Some of the Distinguished American Inventors
    Thomas Blanchard, born in 1788, at Sutton, Massachusetts; died in 1864; invented a tack machine in 1806; builds a successful steam carriage in 1825;...Read MORE...


  • Sutton Massachusetts, 1890
    Sutton is an agricultural and manufacturing town of 3,101 inhabitants, situated in the southeastern section of Worcester County, about 40 miles...Read MORE...


  • Sutton, Massachusetts, USA
    Cemetery and Town Hall, Sutton, Mass.
  • Sutton, Massachusetts, USA
    School House, Sutton, Mass
  • Sutton, Massachusetts, USA
    First Congregational Church, Sutton, Mass.
  • Sutton, Massachusetts, USA
    Residence Street, Looking East, Sutton, Mass.
  • Sutton, Massachusetts, USA
    Road at West Sutton, Sutton, Mass.
  • 1906
    Sutton, a village in Sutton township (town), Worcester co., Mass., 8 miles S. by E. of Worcester. Pop. of the town in 1900, 3328 ; of the village,...Read MORE...


  • News 1910 - Signed "Wife"
    Up in Sutton, Massachusetts, a young woman organist wrote a preacher and signed herself "wife." And the organist's play-ful ways caused the deuce of...Read MORE...


  • Sutton, Massachusetts, USA
    Town Hall
  • 1916 - Sutton
    Sutton, a village in Sutton township (town), Worcester co., Mass., 8 miles S. by E. of Worcester. Pop. of the town in 1900, 3328; of the village,...Read MORE...


  • Sutton, Massachusetts, USA
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Road at West Sutton, Sutton, Mass.

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Cemetery and Town Hall, Sutton, Mass.

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  • 1704 - Sutton is settled

    Massachusetts City and Town Incorporation and Settlement Dates
  • 1714 - Sutton is incorporated

    Massachusetts City and Town Incorporation and Settlement Dates
  • 1845 - SUTTON. [Pop. 2,370. Inc 1715.]
    The settling of Sutton was retarded by the Indian wars.

    It is a pleasant town, situated on the Blackstone and its branches.

    Sutton... Read MORE...

  • 1848 - Sutton
    This town was originally purchased by a number of persons of John Wampus, a sachem, and his company of Indians, who claimed it, and was confirmed to... Read MORE...

  • News  1853 - Sad Occurrence
    Mrs. Mary Whiting, an aged lady of nearly 90 years, was burned to death in Sutton, Massachusetts, on Sabbath evening. She was alone in the house, the ... Read MORE...

  • 1854 - Sutton
    Sutton, a post- village in Worcester co., Massachusetts, near the Blackstone river and canal, and the Providence and Worcester railroad, 42 miles W.... Read MORE...

  • News  1865 - Thank You to Soldiers
    A noble woman, by the name of Susan Williams, South Sutton, Massachusetts, gives to every soldier who enlisted from that town, on his return, the sum ... Read MORE...

  • News  1879 - 100 Pet Cats
    Miss Mary Jane Wadleigh, of Sutton, Massachusetts, has one hundred pet cats, and when one of them dies she has it buried in its grave marked by a... Read MORE...

  • News  1885 - Men of Brains - Some of the Distinguished American Inventors
    Thomas Blanchard, born in 1788, at Sutton, Massachusetts; died in 1864; invented a tack machine in 1806; builds a successful steam carriage in 1825;... Read MORE...

  • Sutton Massachusetts, 1890
    Sutton is an agricultural and manufacturing town of 3,101 inhabitants, situated in the southeastern section of Worcester County, about 40 miles... Read MORE...

  • 1906
    Sutton, a village in Sutton township (town), Worcester co., Mass., 8 miles S. by E. of Worcester. Pop. of the town in 1900, 3328 ; of the village,... Read MORE...

  • News  1910 - Signed "Wife"
    Up in Sutton, Massachusetts, a young woman organist wrote a preacher and signed herself "wife." And the organist's play-ful ways caused the deuce of... Read MORE...

  • 1916 - Sutton
    Sutton, a village in Sutton township (town), Worcester co., Mass., 8 miles S. by E. of Worcester. Pop. of the town in 1900, 3328; of the village,... Read MORE...

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