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Sutton,

outer borough (1991 pop. 164,300) of Greater London, SE England. It is mainly residential, but plastics, chemicals, radio components, and paper goods are produced. The areas of Sutton were mentioned in the Domesday BookDomesday Book
, record of a general census of England made (1085–86) by order of William I (William the Conqueror). The survey ascertained the economic resources of most of the country for purposes of more accurate taxation.
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. Located within the borough, All Saints Church (12th cent.) in Carshalton and Beddington Church (14th cent.) are notable.

Sutton

a borough of S Greater London. Pop.: 178 500 (2003 est.). Area: 43 sq. km (17 sq. miles)
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Henry granted Sutton Coldeld a Charter of Incorporation naming it a Royal Town in 1528 thanks to the inuence of Tudor churchman Bishop Vesey, who was born in Sutton Coldeld and became Henry VIII's chaplain and later Bishop of Exeter.
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Jim Morris Named President and Chief Executive Officer Effective April 2, 2007; Tom Sutton to Remain Chairman of the Board
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