Héritage Sutton publishes History Sketchbooks twice a year, in the spring and fall, that reveal various chapters of local history to a large public. They include articles in both French and English. The authors are all history enthusiasts, professional or not, who explore various subjects with the critical eye that all historical exploration demands.
Twenty height History Sketchbooks have been published so far.
If you have specific information or wish to explore and document a particular aspect of Sutton’s history, that of Brome County or the Eastern Townships in general, let us know. We will be glad to discuss the possibility of a collaboration.
To read in the latest edition, no 28
The Draper Family
of Sutton Junction
In 1827, John Draper and Zoe Smith were married by the Reverend Charles Caleb Cotton and settled in Sutton Junction. Since then, five generations of Drapers have lived on the farm. In 1851, they built the red brick farmhouse their great-granddaughters still call home. (To read in no. 28)
Sommaire / Cahiers d’histoire
N0 28 • May 2018
My Wonderful Grandpa Carr
125 ans de solidarité
The Draper Family of Sutton Junction
Présents depuis un siècle
The Story of Charles Derby
Des notables engagés
The Royea Family History
Pagé’s Family Album
Trois rangs, de nombreux lieux-dits
Each edition of the historical notebooks is available for $5, at the following places: Le Cafetier, Boutique Farfelu, gallery Art Libre and from Héritage Sutton: 11, rue Principale Sud, Sutton (Québec) J0E 2K0.
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