ⓘ Sutton, Vermont

                                     

ⓘ Sutton, Vermont

Sutton was chartered on February 26, 1782 by the Vermont Legislature. Chartered as Billymead to Dr. Jonathan Arnold of Rhode Island and associates, and named for Arnolds younger son, William. By 1810, townsfolk had enough of Billy and his name due to his bullying and drunken behavior, and at a town meeting they voted overwhelmingly to change the name to Sutton.

Villages and hamlets in Sutton include: Sutton depot, and the siding at the highest level. The population census of the United States in 2010 was 1.029.

                                     
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