A history of the American and puritanical family of Sutliff or Sutliffe: spelled Sutcliffe in England. The first American family (A.D. 1614) connected with New England, and amongst the first to be connected with the settlement of the original English possessions in the New World, and a genealogy of all the descendants through Nathaniel Sutliff, jr
Kelmscott Press, 1909 - 199 pages
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Wonderfully written account of the Southcliffs of England. The original name had later been changed to Sutliff, Sutliffe, Sutcliffe (and other variations) in an attempt to hide their identity in the new world. The motto on the coat of arms, Foy en Tout translates to Faith in All.