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John Fielding Sudduth
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Birth: 1785
Death: 1863

SOUTH CAROLINA
PVT CO S
NASH'S REGT SC INF
WAR OF 1812
The parentage of brothers Fielding, Reuben and Lewis Sudduth has eluded generations of researchers. The gravestone of Lewis Sudduth says that he was born in Culpeper Co. VA, so it has been assumed that Fielding was born there as well. The birthdates for Fielding and his children are from his family bible (in 1971 it was in the possession of Mrs. J.F. Sudduth of rural Lyman SC). The birthdate for Rachel is from her mother's family bible (disposition unknown, however a transcript of the bible's entries has survived).
Fielding resided near Pleasant Hill Baptist Church. The following tradition was told to Brent Holcomb by Furman Sudduth, son of James McMakin Sudduth and great grandson of Fielding Sudduth:
" Fielding Sudduth repaired shoes. One evening he was repairing some shoes and his wife was roasting potatos in the fireplace. She removed one from the fire for herself and asked him if he wanted one. He said that he would have one as soon as he finished the shoe he was working on. He finished the shoe and fell over dead."

Birth: 27 May 1785 in , Culpeper, Virginia Death: 15 Jan 1862 in , Greenville, South Carolina
John Montgomery, J. P. Fielding Sudduth & Wife to No. 5, David Wheeler, 7th April 1818 The State of South Carolina

Know all men by these presents that I Fielding Sudduth and Rachel, my wife for and inconsideration of two hundred dollars to us paid by David Wheeler of Spartanburg District and State aforesaid have granted, bargained, sold and released and by these presents do grant, bargain, sell and release unto the said David Wheeler all that tract or parcel of land containing one hundred twenty-oen acres situated in Spartanburg District on a Branch of Middle Tyger River limited by lines running S84 1/2E by Mary McMakin, No64E by John M. Carter No13W by Peter C. McMakin, No89W by Alexander McMakin S16E by Elizabeth McMakin and has such form and marks as doth appear by plat thereunto annexed together all and singular the rights, members, hereditaments and appurtinances thereunto belonging or in anywise interested or appertaining. To have and to hold all and singular the premises before mentioned unto the said David Wheeler, his heirs and assigns forever, and we do hereby bind ourselves, our heirs executors and administrators to warrant and forever defend all and singular the said premises unto the said David Wheeler, his heirs and assigns against every person or persons lawfully claiming or to claim the same or any part thereof, witness our hands and seals this day of one thousand eight hundred and thirteen and in the thirty-ninth year of American Independence, signed, sealed and delivered in the presents of


James Hendricks Fielding Sudduth


her, Mary X McMakin, mark

Children of John Fielding and Rachel McMakin Sudduth who grew to adulthood are:
1. Benjamin Perrine Sudduth b: 3 Oct 1811 in , Greenville, South Carolina
2. Joseph Carr Sudduth b: 17 Oct 1813 in , Greenville, South Carolina
3. Mary "Polly" Sudduth b: 11 Oct 1815 in , Greenville, South Carolina
4. Susannah Sudduth b: 16 Jul 1817 in , Greenville, South Carolina
5. Alexander Lawson Sudduth b: 11 Jan 1819 in , Greenville, South Carolina
6. Andrew Sudduth b: 26 Apr 1821 in , Greenville, South Carolina
7. Elizabeth "Betsey" Sudduth b: 4 Feb 1822 in , Greenville, South Carolina
8. Reuben Sudduth b: 1 Jan 1825 in , Greenville, South Carolina
9. John Calhoun Sudduth b: 5 Mar 1826 in , Greenville, South Carolina
10. Nancy Sudduth b: 27 Jan 1829 in , Greenville, South Carolina
11. Peter Carr Sudduth b: 27 Apr 1831 in , Greenville, South Carolina
12. Margaret Sudduth b: 5 Mar 1833 in , Greenville, South Carolina
13. Jasper Newton Sudduth b: 5 Mar 1837 in , Greenville, South Carolina
 
 
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 Spouse:
  Rachel McMakin Sudduth (1792 - 1863)
 
 Children:
  B. P. Sudduth (1811 - 1870)*
  Alexander Lawson Sudduth (1819 - 1897)*
  Reuben Sudduth (1825 - 1907)*
  John C. Sudduth (1826 - 1885)*
  Nancy Sudduth Henson (1829 - 1907)*
  Peter Carr Sudduth (1831 - 1889)*
  Jasper Newton Sudduth (1837 - 1924)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Pleasant Hill Baptist Church Cemetery
Greer
Greenville County
South Carolina, USA
 
Maintained by: Catherine
Originally Created by: Monica Woodward
Record added: Jan 26, 2007
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John Fielding Sudduth
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John Fielding Sudduth
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John Fielding Sudduth
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Great Grandfather 3 times removed.
- Gail E Frost
 Added: Feb. 18, 2014
~ a descendant
- SvenMS
 Added: Jun. 12, 2012
War of 1812 Veteran. Pvt. Co. S Nash's Regiment, SC Infantry. When The Country Needed It's Young Men To Fight For Freedom, You Answered The Call, With Honor And Valor. Thank You. May You Rest In Peace.
- Record Hunter
 Added: Jan. 7, 2012
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