by Sean Ruttledge taken on the Anglo-Scot border. Cemetery name is
St. Cuthbert's Chapel Cemetery. We believe it is Catholic.
Top left and right are two Rutledges named Robert with a Thomas in the center (1800s).
Oldest stone on the left is Stephen Rutledge (1700s). Burials here are dominated by old Reiver names like Rutledge, Graham and Armstrong.
Some stones faintly show remains of the Rutledge Coat of Arms.
© Don Kelly 1998 for members.
NOTE: Click on the state that your Rutledge family lived in to read posts about them dating back to the first Most Wanted website uploaded in 1998.
More will be added as needed.
Assorted deaths, bios, marriages and other types of records for Rutledges all over.
We have several wills here, mostly by the SC Rutledge's, but we would like to display wills for all Rutledge and collateral family lines.
We have a new start with this section with several biographies posted so far.
There are many out there, so please submit yours here.
Every Rutledge family in America came from another country.
Their surname may be Rutledge or Routledge or Ruttledge in at least two cases, de Routledge.
Their original homeland was in Northern England just south of the Scott border near old Bewcastle.
Many Rutledges and Armstrongs are buried here at St. Cuthbert's Chapel near Bewcastle.
After the union of the crowns they moved to safety in other lands.
HAWKINS COUNTY, TN
For the Stephen Rutledge and family migration pattern Hawkins County, TN to Texas County, MO GOTO
Sequatchie County Links. Find Mary Massey Rutledge in this county. 1850.
These photos have been provided by members of over twenty families.
These are known associated families of the Rutledge's who emigrated from Ireland/England to Charleston South Carolina early 1700's. Please add what you can to these records. Please document.
We welcome records from other collateral families too. We will add new documented facts whenever we receive them. But Please Document.
Rutledge at Bewcastle Scotland
Rutledge Battery , Civil War
Tennessee in 1895 Old map
Most Wanted Brick Walls original posts from 1998
Bill Rutledge, two aces in one day.