Welcome to Sudderth.net
The name Sudderth is most likely derived
from "Sod-Earth", or "Sud-Earth", meaning wet land, sod land or
pasture land. After the family arrived in America in the
early 1700's the spelling had adopted an 'E', an 'O' or an 'A' and
added an additional 'D'. Regardless of the spelling, the name
originated in Ireland and although different branches of the family
adopted different spellings, it is widely accepted that we are all
descended from one common ancestry and are all relatives.
A well founded tradition tells us that brothers James and William Suddarth came to America around 1720 from Scotland having been born of a Scottish mother and an Irish father. They settled in Albemarle County Virginia and thus the family spread across America.
|This Web site is dedicated to the descendents of Dave & Martha Sudderth|
|Last updated: January 2011|
|Created by Tim Sudderth, 6516 Southpoint Dr, Dallas, TX 75248|
A Tale of Abraham Sudderth
The history of David Gilbert Sudderth
John Wesley Sudderth A history as remembered by Mildred (Stone) Sudderth
Dave & Martha Sudderth (click on the photo to enlarge)
Dave & Martha with their children (click on the photo to enlarge)
Dave & Martha with their children and grand children (click on the photo to enlarge)
In memory of Jeffrey Paul Sudderth,
July 16, 1974 - September 11, 2006.
Son of Timothy James Sudderth
Great, Great Grandson of Dave & Martha Sudderth
One version of the Sudderth Herald of Scottish descent