Each new booklet is a promise of beautiful discoveries. Guy Paul introduces us to his uncle Rodolphe, a bonesetter, who “repaired” many people in Sutton. Direct descendants of Moses Westover, the Hurtubise brothers retrace the path of their ancestor as well as that of his brothers and nephews, established in Sutton since 1802. In fact, since the beginning of September, the creek that crosses Moses’ former property is officially called Westover Creek. The Sutton community is a pioneer in the field of early childhood services, as shown by an overview of the various initiatives that have been identified over the past half-century. Finally, because archives are not always complete, it remains difficult to cover the whole ground in local history. There are always pieces missing that another researcher discovers, often by chance. Anne Lipowski shares with us what she has learned about John Tabor Prentice and the practice of medicine in Sutton.
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