Unlike other celebrities who choose some pretty unique names for their kids, Sutton and Ted went the classic route.
Sutton Foster and screenwriter Ted Griffin got engaged back in 2013 and made it official in October 2014.
The chronicles of England show the early records of the name Sutton to be derived from the Norman race. S., and its history is interwoven within the majestic tapestry which contains the history of England.
The first Sutton was a Norman, and in the train of William the Conqueror when he started out upon his never-to-be-forgotten expedition.
Dating also is easier, yet she doesn't respond even when catching rising hotties Josh and Thad Steadman's eye.
She learns the hard way how traitorous office politics have become.
Observations on Settlement and Subsistence during the Late La Jolla Complex - Preceramic Interface as Evidenced at Site CA-SDI-11,796, Lower San Diego River Valley, San Diego County, California [SCA Proceedings - PDF].
It is one of the few names which are practically without variants, although one New England forbear tried "Sutten" apparently, however, with indifferent success, as few, if any, of the family now spell it with an "e". Virginia Gail Sutton 11/18/1949 Children of John Stephen SUTTON /13 married Carolyn Ann Manning d August 18, 1982 137. 2/14/82 Children of John Stephen SUTTON /13 married Ellen Hindman 138.If you were wondering why the world seems brighter and sunnier today, we have the answer. The Tony winner and her husband, Ted Griffin, welcomed their first child together, and her name is so classic you’ll want to scream.After all, with a name like Sutton Foster, you never know what she’d name her child.Sutton is one of those names that were acquired through the location of the family in its early history.It is from the Anglo-Saxon words, sudh, meaning "south", and tun, meaning "town".Pictland, also called Pictavia by some sources, gradually merged with the Gaelic kingdom of Dál Riata to form the Kingdom of Alba (Scotland).Alba then expanded, absorbing the Brittonic kingdom of Strathclyde and Northumbrian Lothian, and by the 11th century the Pictish identity had been subsumed into the "Scots" amalgamation of peoples.[Journal of Anthropological Archaeology -61.]Sampling Issues in Evaluations of Diet and Diversity: Lessons from Diablo Canyon. [In Maritime Adaptation and Seaside Settlement along the Pacific Coast of North America during the Pleistocene-Holocene Transition, edited by Jim Cassidy, Robert Ackerman, and Irina Ponkratova, pp. [Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology -31.]Report on the Vertebrate Fauna from CA-STA-207, Central Diablo Range, Stanislaus County, California: Evidence for an Upland Adaptation with Long-Term Stability in the Central Diablo Range (SCA Proceedings - PDF]. [In Exploring Methods of Faunal Analysis: Perspectives from California Archaeology, edited by Michael A. Entire contents Copyright 2001-2015 by Coyote Press. There were the Suttons of Sutton in Holdernesse; the Suttons of Sutton-Madoc in Shropshire; and the Suttons of Sutton-in- Ashfield, Nottinghamshire. Claudius Foster SUTTON /11 b 1865 12/11/1869, d 1/04/1932 married Virginia Mildred Oliver b 6/01/1883 daughter of Benjamin F. These were three among the many branches of the family tree planted in England by the Norman founder. His first seat was at Sutton Montague in Somerset and the family later acquired Sutton upon Trent near Tuxford in Nottingham, where they became Lords of the manor and the Barons Dudley. Vacant Children of Lemuel Hardy SUTTON /10 married Mary Esther Waters 116. Middle to Late Archaic Period Changes in Terrestrial Resource Exploitation along the Los Peñasquitos Creek Watershed in Western San Diego County: Vertebrate Faunal Evidence from the Scripps Poway Parkway Site (CA-SDI-4608) [JCGBA]. ORG, and the CALIFORNIAPREHISTORY MASTHEAD are all trademarks of Coyote Press, Gary S. Explaining Prehistoric Variation in the Abundance of Large Prey: A Zooarchaeological Analysis of Deer and Rabbit Hunting along the Pecho Coast of Central California. Cotsen Institute Press, University of California, Los Angeles.]The Cross Creek-Diablo Canyon Complex of South Central California: Mid-latitude Pacific Foragers at the Pleistocene-Holocene Boundary. 2.]Another Trans-Holocene Sequence from Diablo Canyon: New Faunal and Radiocarbon Findings from CA-SLO-585, San Luis Obispo County, California. They lived to the north of the rivers Forth and Clyde, and spoke the now-extinct Pictish language, which is thought to have been closely related to the Celtic Brittonic language spoken by the Britons who lived to the south of them.