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chg • HUTCHINSON, Edward [1613-1675] – Immigrant ::> RI: Portsmouth founders and signers of the Portsmouth Compact (1638) ::> son of William, signed as "Edward Hutchinson, Jr." HTCH96 7C12
chg • HUTCHINSON, Elisha [1641-1717] – ::> Firsts, superlatives and onlys (current records only) ::> first chief justice of the court of common pleas (MBC) HTCH23 8C11
chg • HUTCHINSON, Peter Orlando [1810-1897] – English artist and writer HTCH182 13C6
chg • HUTCHINSON, Susannah [1633-?] – ::> Captives, POWs, hostages, etc. ::> taken captive as a child in Indian raid in which the rest of her family was killed (1643, Westchester, NY); HTCH13 7C12
chg • HUTCHINSON, Thomas, Gov. [1711-1780] – American colonial official HTCH75 1S9
Colonial governor of Massachusetts, he was born in Boston, Mass., Sept. 9, 1711; son of Thomas and Sarah (Foster) Hutchinson; grandson of Elisha Hutchinson, first chief justice of the court of common pleas, and a councillor; great grandson of Capt. Edward Hutchinson, who was murdered by the Nipmunk Indians, and great2 grandson of William and Anne (Marbury) Hutchinson, who were banished to Rhode Island from Massachusetts in 1637 for their religious belief.

He was graduated at Harvard in 1727, became lawyer, was selectman of Boston, representative to the general court for ten years, and for three years speaker. He was married, in 1734, to Margaret, daughter of Gov. John Sandford, of Rhode Island. She died in 1753.

He was lieutenant-governor in 1758; chief justice in 1760; acting governor in 1769, and governor in 1771. His house was twice attacked in the stamp act riots of 1765, and during the second attack his furniture and library were carried to the street and burned. He could not endure the opprobrium heaped on him by Otis, Bowdoin, Hancock, Samuel Adams and John Adams, and on June 1, 1774, he sailed for England and did not return to his native land. For his loyalty he was pensioned by the crown.

Much of his valuable manuscript was destroyed with his furniture, but out of that saved was: History of the Province of Massachusetts Bay (vols. I. and II., 1764-67); Collection of Original Papers Relative to the History of the Colony of Massachusetts Bay (1769). A third volume, completing the History of the Province of Massachusetts Bay, was edited by his grandson, the Rev. John Hutchinson, and published in London in 1828. His great grandson, Peter Orlando Hutchinson, published Diary and Letters of Thomas Hutchinson (9 vols., 1884-86).

He died in Brompton, England, June 3, 1780. BDNA

chg • HUTCHINSON, William [1586-~1642] – Immigrant ::> RI: Portsmouth founders and signers of the Portsmouth Compact (1638) ::> husband of Anne Hutchinson HTCH1 6C13
chg • SANFORD, John [1605-1653] – ::> RI: Portsmouth founders and signers of the Portsmouth Compact (1638) ::> later, governor of the colony HTCH15 7C12

 

Candidates Work List

This is my working list of candidates to include -- I'm not yet sure if they are related to me! As candidates are eliminated (proven not related) they are marked appropriately (THUS) and an explanation included. They are kept in the list in case future research proves they can be included. (And to keep them from popping up on the list again!) Never discard good research!

Proven candidates' names are marked with an asterisk (*) until they can be added to the database.

CORTISSOZ, Ellen Mackay (Hutchinson) [?-1933]
American editor and poet
HUTCHINSON, Aaron [1722-1800]
American educator
HUTCHINSON, Alfred [1924-72]
South African writer
HUTCHINSON, Anderson [?-1852]
American jurist
HUTCHINSON, Benjamin Peters [1829-99]
American food speculator and packer
HUTCHINSON, Charles Lawrence [1854-?]
American banker
HUTCHINSON, Elijah Cubberley [1855-1932]
American merchant miller, legislator
HUTCHINSON, Ellen MacKay [?-?]
American journalist, author, poet
HUTCHINSON, Ely Champion [1882-?]
American industrial executive, construction engineer, inventor
HUTCHINSON, Enoch [1810-85]
American editor and author
HUTCHINSON, Gen. Donald R. [1909-?]
American air force officer
HUTCHINSON, Israel, Lt. Col. [1727-1811]
American soldier
HUTCHINSON, James [1752-93]
American physician
HUTCHINSON, Jesse [?-?]
American poet and song writer
HUTCHINSON, John [1615-64]
English revolutionary and regicide
HUTCHINSON, John [1674-1737]
English theologian
HUTCHINSON, John Russell [1807-78]
American educator
HUTCHINSON, John Wallace [1821-?]
American vocalist
HUTCHINSON, Joseph Chrisman [1832-87]
American physician
HUTCHINSON, R(ay) C(oryton) [*1907]
English novelist
HUTCHINSON, Sir Jonathan [1828-1913]
English surgeon
HUTCHINSON, Titus [1771-1857]
American jurist
HUTCHINSON, Woods [1862-1930]
American physician and writer
HUTCHISON, David William [*1908]
American army officer
HUTCHISON, Ralph Cooper [1898-?]
American educator
HUTCHISON, William Easton [1860-?]
American lawyer and jurist
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