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Families of the Children of Hepzibah4 Washburn and John Hutchinson

 

 

         Several of the grandchildren of Hepzibah Washburn and John Hutchinson settled in close proximity of one another in the area of Tunbridge and Royalton, Vermont. Grandson Daniel Hutchinson settled in Jericho, VT, granddaughter Hepsibah (Allen) Porter remained in Windham Co., CT, and grandson Asa Hutchinson lived in Salisbury, CT. This family is still unfinished, and because Hepzibah Washburn was a daughter her descendants will not be carried forward further than file.

 

 

 

 

Ralph Hutchinson

 

 

John Hutchinson

 

 

 

 

Alice (___) Bennett

 

John Hutchinson (Jr.)

 

 

 

 

 

Joseph Root

 

 

Hannah Root

 

 

 

 

Hannah Haynes

Margaret Hutchinson

 

 

 

John Hutchinson (3rd)

 

 

 

Thomas Hutchinson

 

 

 

Dr. Timothy Hutchinson

 

 

 

 

 

 

John2 Washburn (5th)

 

 

Thomas3 Washburn

 

 

 

 

Elizabeth2 Mitchell

 

Hepzibah4 Washburn

 

 

 

 

 

Samuel1 Packard

 

 

Deliverance2 Packard

 

 

 

 

Elizabeth

 

(387.) Margaret Hutchinson, eldest daughter of (116) Hepzibah4 Washburn, (57) Thomas3, (43) John2 (5th), (28) John1 (4th); born in Lebanon, Windham Co., CT, on 18 Apr. 1710,[1] married Joshua Allen (Jr.), son of Joshua and Mary (Crowell) Allen,[2] on 11 Sept. 1740 in Lebanon, CT.[3] He was born ca. 1706.[4] She died before 1770, as per her mother’s will, and he was probably still living in Lebanon, CT, in the 1790 federal census.[5] He supposedly died on 6 Nov. 1796 in Somers, Tolland Co., CT.[6] The children of Margaret Allen, deceased, were named in the will of her mother, Hepzibah Hutchinson, in 1770.

         Margaret Hutchinson and Joshua Allen had children:

        1083      i   Margaret Allen, born on 4 Sept. 1741 in Lebanon, CT,[7] marriage not found, but was named in the will of her grandmother, Hepzibah Hutchinson, dated 28 Apr. 1770.[8]

        1084    ii   Hepsibah Allen, born on 12 Nov. 1745 in Lebanon, CT,[9] married Elkanah Porter, son of John and Abigail (Knapp[?]) Porter, of Lebanon,[10] on 27 May 1762 in Lebanon, CT.[11] He was born on 26 July 1737 in Lebanon,[12] and he was probably the “Elikm” Porter living in Lebanon, CT, in the 1790 federal census,[13] and the “Eliakim” Porter living in Lebanon in the 1800 federal census.[14] He was living in Columbia, Windham Co., CT, in the 1810 federal census.[15] She was named in the will of her grandmother, Hepzibah Hutchinson dated 28 Apr. 1770.[16] Hepsibah (Allen) Porter died in 1778,[17] and Elkanah Porter died in 1817 in Lebanon, CT. They had children:[18]

a. Levina Porter, born on 6 Apr. 1763 in Lebanon, CT.[19]

b. John Porter, born on 10 May 1764 in Lebanon, CT,[20] married Susannah Hannah Cutting, daughter of Isaac and Eleanor (Howard) Cutting, on 17 Feb. 1785 in Hebron, Tolland Co., CT.[21] She was born on 18 Sept. 1760 in Hebron, CT, and died in 1802 in Columbus, Tolland Co., CT.[22] He was possibly the John Porter who was living in Columbia, Windham Co., CT, in the 1810 federal census, near his father.[23]

c. Louisa Porter, born ca. 1766.

d. Sarah Porter, born ca. 1768.

e. Ada Porter, born in 1771, died in 1811.

f. Joshua Porter, born on 9 Aug. 1770 or 1774 in Lebanon, CT, supposedly married Jean Luce, daughter of Samuel and Elizabeth “Betty” (Luce) Luce, of Tisbury, Dukes Co., MA,[24] on 27 June 1793 in Conway, MA.[25] She was born on 18 May 1771 in Tisbury, MA,[26] and they moved to Ontario Co., NY. He died on 24 June 1847 in Seneca Castle, Ontario Co., NY, and she died on 7 Aug. 1848 in Seneca Castle, NY.[27]

g. Simeon Porter, born in 1776, died in 1811.

h. Stephen Porter, born on 2 Apr. 1778 or 1779, married Rebecca Wetherill in May 1801. He died on 2 Nov. 1832 in Orleans Co., NY.[28]

        1085   iii   Timothy Allen, born on 28 Sept. 1747 in Lebanon, CT,[29] probably married Mary Burnham, of Windham, CT, on 21 Nov. 1780 in Lebanon.[30] He was named in the will of his grandmother, Hepzibah Hutchinson, dated 28 Apr. 1770.[31] He was not a head of household in Lebanon, CT, in the 1790 federal census, and they were possibly living with his widowed father, but he was not a head of household in Lebanon in the 1800 federal census either. He may have been the Timothy Allen living in Ashford, Windham Co., CT, in the 1810 federal census.[32] They had children:

a. Jacob Allen, born on 19 Aug. 1781 in Lebanon, CT.[33] He may have been the Jacob Allen who was living in Tunbridge, Orange Co., VT, in the 1820 federal census.[34]

b. Harvey Allen, born on 23 Feb. 1783 in Lebanon, CT,[35] marriage not found.

c. Polly Allen, born on 16 Jan. 1785 in Lebanon, CT.[36]

d. Caroline Allen, born on 10 Dec. 1786 in Lebanon, CT,[37] marriage not found.

e. Hepsibah Allen, born on 13 May 1789 in Lebanon, CT,[38] marriage not found.

f. Ruhamah Allen, born on 6 May 1792 in Lebanon, CT,[39] probably married Abijah Curtis, her second cousin, son of Elias and (1098) Sarah (Hutchinson) Curtis, in 1817, and they lived in Tunbridge, Orange Co., VT, where he was a farmer. (See his family for their children.)

        1086    iv   Joshua Allen (3rd), born on 29 July 1750 in Lebanon, CT,[40] marriage not found, but he was named in the will of his grandmother, Hepzibah Hutchinson, dated 28 Apr. 1770.[41]

 

 

(388.) John Hutchinson (3rd), eldest son of (116) Hepzibah4 Washburn, (57) Thomas3, (43) John2 (5th), (28) John1 (4th); born in Lebanon, CT, on 17 Feb. 1711/12,[42] married Temperance Cogswell, supposedly daughter of Samuel and Ann (Mason) Cogswell,[43] on 10 Nov. 1737 in Lebanon, CT.[44] She was born ca. 1716.[45] They moved to Salisbury, Litchfield Co., CT. He was executor of his mother’s will in 1778,[46] and he died on 26 Apr. 1780 in Salisbury, CT, aged 68 years.[47] She died on 14 June 1781 in Salisbury, CT, aged 65 years.[48]

         John Hutchinson (3rd) and Temperance Cogswell had children:

        1087      i   Ann Hutchinson, born on 5 Nov. 1738 in Lebanon, CT,[49] supposedly married 1.) James Claghorn, and/or 2.) Col. Hiram Ellsworth Hutchinson on 29 Apr. 1762 in Lebanon, CT.[50] James Claghorn may have been the one born on 30 July 1739 in Kingston, MA, to James and Elizabeth (Ring) Claghorn.[51] Col. Hiram Ellsworth Hutchinson was supposedly the son of Ezra Burke and Lucy (Stephens) Hutchinson.[52] Neither James Claghorn nor Hiram Hutchinson were a head of household in Connecticut in the 1790 federal census. Ann (Hutchinson) Claghorn supposedly died on 15 Aug. 1813 in Rutland, VT.[53]

        1088     ii   Temperance Hutchinson, born on 10 May 1740 in Lebanon, CT,[54] marriage not found.

        1089    iii   John Hutchinson (4th), born on 27 May 1742 in Lebanon, CT,[55] died on 19 Oct. 1760, aged 18 years, “a soldier at the Jarman Flatts, on his return from Oswego.”[56]

        1090    iv   Hephzibah Hutchinson, born on 28 Feb. 1743/4 in Salisbury, CT, died on 2 Jan. 1746/7 in Salisbury.[57]

        1091     v   Hannah Hutchinson, born on 9 Dec. 1745 in Salisbury, CT, died on 12 Mar. 1746/7 in Salisbury.[58]

        1092   vi   Thomas Hutchinson, born on 31 Mar. 1748 in Salisbury, CT,[59] supposedly died in 1775 in Salisbury.[60] He may have been the Thomas Hutchinson “Jr.” who married an Abigail (___) in ca. 1768,[61] and had 2 children born in Salisbury:

a. Luke Hutchinson, born on 10 Jan. 1769 in Salisbury, CT.[62]

b. Lemuel Hutchinson, born on 15 May 1771 in Salisbury.[63]

        1093   vii   Allice Hutchinson, born on 12 Feb. 1749/50, died on 19 Feb. 1749/50 in Salisbury, CT.[64]

        1094   viii   James Hutchinson, born on 23 June 1751 in Salisbury, CT,[65] supposedly died on 19 Oct. 1760 in Salisbury.[66]

        1095   ix   Asa Hutchinson, born on 12 June 1753 in Salisbury, CT,[67] married 1.) Lydia Galusha, daughter of Jacob and Lydia (Huntington) Galusha, of Norwich, New London Co., CT,[68] on 19 Oct. 1786 in Salisbury, CT.[69] She was born on 1 June 1762 in Norwich, CT,[70] and died on 11 Aug. 1802 in Salisbury, CT, aged 40 years.[71] He remarried to 2.) Mary Adam, of Salisbury, on 17 Apr. 1804 in Salisbury, CT.[72] She died, however, on 24 Oct. 1805 in Salisbury, aged 37 years,[73] and he remarried again to 3.) Hannah Martin, widow of Noah Martin, of Tyringham, CT, on 10 May 1807 in Salisbury, CT.[74] She was born ca. 1761,[75] and died on 31 July 1832 in Salisbury, CT, aged 71 years.[76] He was not a head of household in Connecticut in the 1790 federal census, but they were living in Litchfield Co., CT, in the 1800 federal census,[77] and in Salisbury, Litchfield Co., CT, in the 1810,[78] 1820,[79] and the 1830 federal censuses,[80] where he was a farmer. He died supposedly in 1843 in Salisbury, CT.[81] He had children by Lydia Galusha:

a. Horace Hutchinson, born on 3 July 1787 in Salisbury, CT,[82] marriage not found. He was not a head of household in Connecticut in the 1810 or 1820 federal censuses.

b. Olive Hutchinson, born on 27 Feb. 1789 in Salisbury,[83] married Noah Hollister, of Salisbury, on 22 Nov. 1810 in Salisbury.[84]

c. Elijah Hutchinson, born on 2 Dec. 1790 in Salisbury,[85] died on 4 Oct. 1804 in Salisbury, aged 13 years.[86]

d. Mary Hutchinson, born on 11 Oct. 1792 in Salisbury,[87] possibly the Mary Hutchinson who married Epaphras Lyman, of Andover, Ohio, on 6 Oct. 1826 in Salisbury, CT.[88]

e. James Hutchinson, born on 20 Jan. 1795 in Salisbury.[89]

f. Alma Hutchinson, born on 1 May 1797 in Salisbury.[90]

g. Lydia Hutchinson, born on 4 Jan. 1799 in Salisbury.[91]

h. Myron Hutchinson, born on 26 July 1802 in Salisbury,[92] married Mary Smith, of Salisbury, on 4 Jan. 1827 in Salisbury.[93] They lived in Salisbury, CT, and had children:

1. Marcia Maria Hutchinson, born on 1 Dec. 1827 in Salisbury, CT.[94]

2. Alma Hutchinson, born on 21 July 1829 in Salisbury.[95]

3. Caroline Hutchinson, born on 14 Dec. 1831 in Salisbury.[96]

4. Graham Herd Hutchinson, born on 9 Apr. 1834 in Salisbury.[97]

        1096    x   Daniel Hutchinson, born on 10 Feb. 1759 in Salisbury, CT,[98] married Esther Babcock, of Canaan, CT, daughter of Elisha and Sarah (Brown) Babcock,[99] on 18 July 1782 in Canaan, CT.[100] She was born on 3 Jan. 1763 in Stonington, New London Co., CT.[101] They were probably living in Lebanon, Windham Co., CT, in the 1790 federal census,[102] but had the births of two children recorded in Salisbury, CT, before 1790, and they moved to Jericho, Chittenden Co., VT, by 1820. He was living in Jericho, VT, in the 1820 federal census, where he was a farmer,[103] and the 1830[104] and 1840 federal censuses.[105] She supposedly died in Apr. 1840,[106] and he died in 1843 in Jericho, Chittenden Co., VT.[107] They supposedly had children:[108]

a. Alice Hutchinson, born on 13 Nov. 1783 in Salisbury, CT,[109] supposedly married Abel (___).[110]

b. Sarah Hutchinson, born on 3 June 1786 in Salisbury.[111]

c. David Hutchinson, born ca. 1787,[112] supposedly married Polly Curtis,[113] his second cousin, daughter of Elias and (1098) Sarah (Hutchinson) Curtis, in 1820 in Tunbridge, VT. She was born on 26 Aug. 1792 in Tunbridge, VT,[114] and they lived in Jericho, Chittenden Co., VT, where he was a farmer. They were living next door to his father in Jericho, VT, in the 1820,[115] 1830,[116] and the 1840 federal censuses,[117] and in the 1850 federal census.[118] They were still living in Jericho, VT, in the 1870 federal census.[119] They had children:[120]

1. Sarah Hutchinson, married Milo Douglass, of Essex Junction, Chittenden Co., VT.[121]

2. Harriet Hutchinson

3. Ellen I. Hutchinson, born ca. 1832 in VT.[122]

4. Thomas Hutchinson, born ca. 1835 in VT.[123]

d. Sophia Hutchinson, born ca. 1789, marriage not found.

e. Ruby Hutchinson, born ca. 1792, marriage not found.

f. Eliza Hutchinson, born ca. 1794.

g. Nancy Hutchinson, born ca. 1796.

h. Mary Hutchinson,[124] born say ca. 1798.

        1097    xi   Mary Hutchinson, born on 14 Oct. 1760 in Salisbury, CT,[125] married 1.) Elisha Parmelee, son of Abraham and Mary (Stanley) Parmelee,[126] on 27 Oct. 1782 in Salisbury, CT.[127] Children not found. He was born on 22 Feb. 1755 in Goshen, CT,[128] and he attended both Yale and Harvard Colleges, and eventually graduated from Harvard, intending on continuing the study of divinity, but suffered from ill health much of his life. He died on 2 Aug. 1784 in Shenandoah Co., VA,[129] and she returned to Goshen, CT, and remarried to 2.) William Walker, Esq., of Lenox MA,[130] son of Caleb and Elizabeth (Perrin) Walker, as his second wife, on 24 Mar. 1790.[131] He was born on 22 June 1751 in Rehoboth, MA, and had married first to Sarah Woodruff on 31 Dec. 1777 in Farmington, CT.[132] They were living in Lenox in the 1790,[133] and 1800 federal censuses,[134] where he was a judge.[135] He had two children by his first wife, but probably no children by Mary Hutchinson. He died on 31 Oct. 1831 in Lenox, MA, and she died on 10 Dec. 1858 in Lenox, MA.[136]

 

 

(390.) Dr. Timothy Hutchinson, youngest son of (116) Hepzibah4 Washburn, (57) Thomas3, (43) John2 (5th), (28) John1 (4th); born in Lebanon, CT, supposedly on 27 Apr. 1718,[137] married Mercy4 Sampson,[138] daughter of David3 and Mary (Chaffin) Sampson,[139] of Duxbury, MA, on 17 Oct. 1749 in Lebanon, CT.[140] She was a granddaughter of Caleb2 and Mercy3 (Standish) Samson,[141] and a great-granddaughter of Henry1 Samson, who came to Plymouth Colony in 1620 aboard the “Mayflower.”[142] The will of David Sampson, of Duxbury, dated 26 Mar. 1767, mentioned, among others, a daughter Mercy Hutchinson, wife of Timothy Hutchinson.[143]

         Timothy Hutchinson was a physician in Lebanon, CT, and he died supposedly on 29 July 1758 in Columbus, Tolland Co., CT.[144]

         Timothy Hutchinson and Mercy Sampson had children:

        1098     i   Sarah Hutchinson, born on 9 Nov. 1750 in Lebanon, CT,[145] married Elias Curtice/Curtis, son of Simeon and Sarah (Hutchinson) Curtice,[146] in ca. 1775,[147] probably in Lebanon, CT. He was born on 1 June 1748 in Lebanon, CT,[148] a grandson of Eleazer and Jemima (Wright) Hutchinson,[149] and served in the Revolutionary War.[150] They moved first to Norwich, CT, then to Tunbridge, Orange Co., VT, in ca. 1776, with his Hutchinson brothers-in-law, where they established the first permanent settlement in town.[151] At one point they moved briefly across the county border to Royalton, VT, then back to Tunbridge.[152] They were living in Tunbridge on the morning of 16 Oct. 1780, when raiding Indians attacked the settlement, killing several of the inhabitants, including some of the children, and holding hostage Elias Curtis, his wife and their two young sons, and his brothers-in-law John and Abijah Hutchinson.[153] The three men were taken to Canada by the Indians for a year, while Sarah and the two boys were apparently released in town.[154] In 1782 Elias Curtis was approved by the proprietors of Tunbridge to build a sawmill in town,[155] and he was Clerk of the Congregational Church in Tunbridge.[156] In 1791 Elias Curtis was on the Orange County Commission representing Tunbridge in the adoption of the U.S. Constitution.[157] They were living in Tunbridge, Orange Co., VT, in the 1791,[158] 1800,[159] and 1820 federal censuses,[160] where he was a farmer. He supposedly died on 16 Oct. 1830, and she supposedly died in 1848.[161] They had children:

a. Elias Curtis (Jr.), born on 4 July 1776, probably in Norwich, CT, married 1.) Abigail Clements, daughter of William and Mary Clements,[162] on 8 Apr. 1798 in Tunbridge, VT.[163] She was born on 24 Oct. 1778, and died on 4 Sept. 1816.[164] He remarried to 2.) Anna (___).[165] He supposedly died in 1830,[166] but according to the 1840 federal census, he appears to have been still alive in Tunbridge, VT. He was living in Tunbridge, Orange Co., VT, in the 1800,[167] 1820,[168] 1830,[169] and 1840 federal censuses,[170] where he was a farmer. They had children:[171]

            1. John Phelps Curtis, born on 9 Feb. 1799 in Tunbridge, VT.

            2. Sarah Curtis, a twin, born on 25 Mar. 1801 in Tunbridge.

            3. Mary Curtis, a twin, born on 25 Mar. 1801 in Tunbridge.

            4. Cyrus Curtis, born on 14 Feb. 1803 in Tunbridge.

            5. Azro Benton Curtis, born on 6 May 1805 in Tunbridge.

            6. Betsey Curtis, born on 21 Mar. 1807 in Tunbridge.

            7. Cacy Curtis, born on 30 Dec. 1818.

            8. Elizabeth Ann Curtis, born in 1822, died on 2 Oct. 1841.

b. Simeon Curtis, born in 1778,[172] probably in Tunbridge, VT, marriage not found.

c. Abijah Curtis, born on 11 Mar. 1781, probably in Royalton, VT,[173] married Ruhamah Allen, probably his second cousin, daughter of (1085) Timothy and Mary (Burnham) Allen, in 1817.[174] She was born on 6 May 1792 in Lebanon, CT.[175] They were living in Tunbridge, Orange Co., VT, in the 1820,[176] and 1830 federal censuses,[177] where he was a farmer. He supposedly died in 1847 in Jefferson, WI,[178] and Ruhamah supposedly returned to Vermont and remarried to a “former lover.”[179] They had children:[180]

1. Timothy Curtis, born on 8 Aug. 1818 in Royalton, Windsor Co., VT.

2. Elias Curtis, born ca. 1820 in Royalton, VT. He was probably living in Jefferson, WI, in the 1850 federal census.[181]

3. Mercy Curtis, born ca. 1822 in Royalton, VT.

4. Sarah Curtis, born ca. 1824 in Royalton, VT.

5. Fidelia Curtis, born ca. 1826 in Royalton, VT.

d. Sarah Curtis, born on 17 Aug. 1785 in Royalton, VT,[182] married Stephen Baker on 1 Jan. 1804.[183] He was born on 21 May 1778.[184] She died on 16 Mar. 1826,[185] presumably in Tunbridge, VT, and he died on 24 Dec. 1838.[186] They were living in Tunbridge, VT, in the 1820,[187] and 1830 federal censuses,[188] where he was a farmer. They had children:[189]

1. Lucy Curtis Baker, born on 14 June 1805, died on 12 July 1834.

2. Chester Baker, born on 9 Aug. 1807, died on 29 Aug. 1872. He lived in Chelsea, VT.

3. Louisa Marie Baker, born on 6 Apr. 1810, died on 24 Apr. 1883.

4. Charles Baker, born on 21 Mar. 1812, died on 21 Oct. 1824.

5. Mary Baker, born on 4 June 1815, died on 1 July 1817.

6. Elias Curtis Baker, born on 9 Aug. 1817, died on 18 May 1891.

7. Calvin Porter Baker, born on 11 Aug. 1819, died on 19 Mar. 1894. He lived in Chelsea, VT.

8. Mary Baker, born on 6 Mar. 1826, married Joseph Whitney, and lived in Wells River, VT.

e. Lucy Curtis, born on 24 Feb. 1788 in Tunbridge, VT,[190] married Peter Sanborn.[191] They were living in Tunbridge, VT, in the 1820 federal census, where he was in manufacturing.[192]

f. Polly Curtis, born on 26 Aug. 1792 in Tunbridge, VT,[193] married David Hutchinson, supposedly her second cousin, son of (1096) Daniel and Esther (Babcock) Hutchinson, in 1820 in Tunbridge, VT. He was born ca. 1787 in VT,[194] and they lived in Jericho, Chittenden Co., VT, where he was a farmer. (See his family for their children.)

        1099    ii   John Hutchinson, born in Oct. 1751 in Lebanon, CT,[195] moved to Tunbridge, Orange Co., VT, with his brother-in-law, Elias Curtis, and his brothers Hezekiah and Abijah Hutchinson in ca. 1776.[196] He supposedly served in the Revolutionary War, presumably from Vermont, in Boston, and fought in the Battle of Bunker Hill.[197] He and his brother Abijah Hutchinson were attacked by raiding Indians in Tunbridge on the early morning on 16 Oct. 1780, taken hostage, and carried to Canada for a year.[198] He married Hannah Parkhurst, daughter of Joseph and Judith (Haynes) Parkhurst, on 3 Nov. 1779 in Royalton, Windsor Co., VT,[199] and they moved to Royalton, VT, upon his return from captivity. She was born supposedly on 14 Mar. 1748, and died on 23 Aug. 1812 in Royalton, VT.[200] He probably remarried. John Hutchinson was living in Royalton, VT, in the 1810,[201] and 1820 federal censuses.[202] They may have been living with the family of their son-in-law, John Bliss, in Royalton in the 1830 federal census. He supposedly died on 21 Oct. 1847 in Royalton, VT.[203] They had 2 children:

a. Rebecca Hutchinson, born on 14 Aug. 1779 in Tunbridge, VT,[204] married John Bliss on 11 Nov. 1802 in Royalton, VT.[205] She died on 19 Aug. 1831 in Royalton, VT.[206] They were living next door to her parents in Royalton, VT, in the 1810,[207] and 1820 federal censuses,[208] where he was a farmer, and in Royalton in the 1830 federal census.[209]

b. Sally Hutchinson, born on 3 Mar. 1787 in Tunbridge, VT,[210] was probably still unmarried in 1810.

        1100   iii   Deacon Hezekiah Hutchinson, born on 6 Oct. 1752 in Lebanon, CT,[211] named in the will of his grandmother, Hepzibah Hutchinson, dated 28 Apr. 1770,[212] married Phebe Farnum, daughter of Bezaleel and Phebe (Kirtland) Farnum, of Killingworth and Salisbury, CT,[213] on 4 Jan. 1776 in Salisbury, CT,[214] and they moved to Tunbridge, Orange Co., VT, in ca. 1776, with his brother-in-law Elias Curtis, and brothers John and Abijah Hutchinson, where Hezekiah is credited with having sown the first wheat ever sowed in town.[215] She was born on 19 Oct. 1752 in Killingworth, CT,[216] and died supposedly on 26 Nov. 1819 in Tunbridge, VT.[217] Hezekiah Hutchinson and Solomon Cushman are mentioned in regards to the 16 Oct. 1780 Indian raid on the town of Tunbridge, VT. According to Abbie Maria Hemenway, they left Tunbridge for Connecticut on 14 Oct. 1780 to move their families up to Vermont, when the Indians attacked the settlers in town just before dawn on the 16th, thus escaping the destruction and murder.[218] Hezekiah and his family returned to Tunbridge by 1786,[219] and he helped organize the first Congregational Church in Tunbridge, where he was a deacon.[220] Hezekiah Hutchinson was living in Orange Co., VT, in the 1791,[221] 1800,[222] 1810,[223] 1820,[224] and 1830 federal censuses,[225] and was living with his son, Amos Hutchinson, in Tunbridge in the 1850 federal census. He died on 20 Aug. 1851 in Tunbridge, VT,[226] aged 98 years. They had children:[227]

a. Timothy Hutchinson, born on 29 Apr. 1777 in Salisbury, CT,[228] married Betsy Lasell.[229] He was a head of household in Tunbridge, VT, in the 1810[230] and 1820 federal censuses, where he was a farmer,[231] and he supposedly died in 1825 in Tunbridge, VT.[232] She supposedly died in 1824.[233]

b. Polly Hutchinson, born on 1 Nov. 1778 in Salisbury, CT,[234] married Caleb Swan on 2 Nov. 1796 in Tunbridge, VT.[235] He was born ca. 1768 in MA.[236] They were living in Tunbridge, VT, in the 1800,[237] 1820,[238] and 1830 federal censuses,[239] where he was a farmer. She died by 1850, and he was still living in Tunbridge, VT, in the 1850 federal census.[240]

c. Olive Hutchinson, born on 28 May 1781 in Salisbury, CT,[241] presumably died young.

d. Amos Hutchinson, born on 24 Dec. 1782 in Salisbury, CT,[242] married Jerusha Rix on 28 May 1801 in Royalton, VT.[243] She was born ca. 1781 in VT.[244] He was a head of household in Tunbridge, VT, in the 1820 federal census, living next door to his father, where he was a farmer,[245] and in the 1830 federal census,[246] and was still living in Tunbridge, VT, in the 1850 federal census, where he was a farmer.[247] She supposedly died on 10 Oct. 1860 in Tunbridge, VT, and he supposedly died on 21 Dec. 1861 in Tunbridge, VT.[248]

e. Phebe Hutchinson, born on 16 Nov. 1785 in Salisbury, CT,[249] married Benjamin7 Holmes Cushman, son of Sgt. Solomon6 and Sarah (Curtice) Cushman (Jr.), on 3 Dec. 1807 in Tunbridge, VT.[250] He was born on 26 Sept. 1778 in Norwich, VT,[251] a grandson of Solomon5 and Ruth Cushman, of Plympton, MA, and Hebron, CT,[252] and of Simeon and Sarah (Hutchinson) Curtice.[253] They were living in Clarendon, Rutland Co., VT, in the 1810 federal census.[254] She died on 29 Sept. 1843 in Tunbridge, aged 58 years, 10 months, 18 days,[255] and he remarried to Phebe Swan, daughter of Caleb and Phebe (Hutchinson) Swan, on 5 Dec. 1844 in Tunbridge.[256] He died on 25 Aug. 1870 I Tunbridge, aged 91 years, 11 months.[257]

f. Henry Harvey Hutchinson, born on 26 Mar. 1788 in Tunbridge, VT,[258] married 1.) Elizabeth (___), who died on 11 Feb. 1813 in Tunbridge, and 2.) Sophia (___) on 13 Aug. 1813 in Tunbridge, VT.[259] She died on 12 May 1844 in Tunbridge, VT.[260] He was also a head of household in Tunbridge, VT, in the 1820 federal census, living next door to his father, where he was a farmer,[261] and in the 1830 federal census.[262] He was probably the “Harvey” Hutchinson living next door to his brother, Amos Hutchinson, in Tunbridge, VT, in the 1850 federal census.[263]

g. Olive Hutchinson, born on 27 Feb. 1789 in VT.[264]

h. John Farnam Hutchinson, born on 27 July 1791 in Tunbridge, VT,[265] married Olive Wright on 10 Mar. 1814 in Norwich, CT.[266] He was living near his brother, Timothy Hutchinson, in Tunbridge, VT, in the 1820 federal census, where he was a farmer,[267] but he was not found in Vermont in the 1850 federal census.

        1101   iv   Abijah Hutchinson, born supposedly on 4 July 1756 in Lebanon, CT,[268] moved to Tunbridge, Orange Co., VT, with his brother-in-law, Elias Curtis, and brothers John and Hezekiah Hutchinson, in ca. 1776.[269] He served in the Revolutionary War aboard the ship Oliver Cromwell in 1777 and 1778.[270] He and his brother John Hutchinson were attacked by raiding Indians in Tunbridge on the early morning on 16 Oct. 1780, taken hostage, and carried to Canada for a year, during which time his health suffered greatly.[271] He married Miriam Farnum, daughter of Bezaleel and Phebe (Kirtland) Farnum, of Killingworth and Salisbury, CT,[272] on 27 Feb. 1783 in Salisbury, CT.[273] She was born on 31 Jan. 1761 in Killingworth, CT,[274] and died on 4 May 1815 in Tunbridge, VT,[275] and he may have remarried.[276] They were living in Tunbridge, Orange Co., VT, in the 1791,[277] 1800,[278] 1810,[279] and 1820 federal censuses, where he was a farmer.[280] They were still living in Tunbridge, VT, in the 1830 federal census, next door to his brother, Hezekiah Hutchinson.[281] In 1835 they moved to Genesee, NY.[282] He was an 83-year-old Revolutionary War Pensioner living in Genesee, Livingston Co., NY, in the 1840 federal census,[283] and he died supposedly on 11 Feb. 1843 in Genesee, Livingston Co., NY.[284] They had children:

a. Sylvia Hutchinson, born ca. 1784 in Tunbridge, VT, died on 14 June 1788 in Tunbridge, VT.[285]

b. James Hutchinson, born on 14 Apr. 1785 in Tunbridge, VT,[286] married Betsy Clements on 27 Mar. 1809 in Tunbridge, VT. She was born on 14 Nov. 1790, and died on 7 Dec. 1854, possibly in Libertyville, Lake Co., IL.[287] He died on 18 Jan. 1863 in Libertyville, IL.[288] They were living in Tunbridge, Orange Co., VT, in the 1830 federal census, near his father,[289] and were probably included in his father’s household in Tunbridge in the 1820 federal census. He was living in Genesee, Livingston Co., NY, in the 1840 federal census.[290]

        1102     v   (Possibly) Elisha Hutchinson,[291] who was living next to Hezekiah Hutchinson and Abijah Hutchinson in Tunbridge, VT, in the 1791,[292] and 1800 federal censuses.[293] An Elisha Hutchinson married Eunice Hide on 1 Oct. 1766 in Lebanon, CT,[294] who may have been this man.

 

 

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    [1] Schott, Nancy E., The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records: Lebanon, 1700-1854, Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1999, [hereinafter Schott, Barbour Index of Lebanon VRs], p. 113, taken from Vol. 1, p. 140, of the Lebanon Town Records.

    [2] His parents per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File submitted by Allen Bruce Gray, of Sacramento, CA.

    [3] I.G.I. Marriage Records, the source not listed; FHL [Family History Library] Ancestry File, submitted by Jacqueline Humphrey, of Cocoa Beach, FL, and Bruce A. Lee, of Flint, MI.

    [4] Per FHL Ancestral File of Joshua Allen and Margaret Hutchinson.

    [5] Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790: Connecticut, Bountiful, Utah, 1993, p. 146, Lebanon Town, Windham County, the Joshua Allen household had 3 free white males aged 16 or older, 1 free white males under 16, and 6 free white females. The family of his son, Timothy Allen, was possibly living with him in 1790.

    [6] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 11 Oct. 2003 by Brenda Washburn.

    [7] Schott, Barbour Index of Lebanon VRs, p. 5, taken from Vol. 1, p. 3, of the Lebanon Town Records.

    [8] Sharon, CT, Probate District, 1757-1783, p. 73; record book E5, p. 301.

    [9] Schott, Barbour Index of Lebanon VRs, p. 5, taken from Vol. 1, p. 3, of the Lebanon Town Records, her name spelled “Hephzibah” in the birth record, and “Hepsibah” in the marriage record.

    [10] Schott, Barbour Index of Lebanon VRs, p. 170, the marriage date of John and Abigail Porter was not recorded, nor was the maiden name of Abigail, which might have been Keep or Knapp, as listed in the FHL Ancestral File, submitted by Jacqueline Humphrey, of Cocoa Beach, FL, and Bruce A. Lee, of Flint, MI; the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 11 Oct. 2003 by Brenda Washburn gives the maiden name of Abigail as Knapp.

    [11] Schott, Barbour Index of Lebanon VRs, p. 5, taken from Vol. 1, p. 73, of the Lebanon Town Records, married by Wm Metcalf, Esq.

    [12] Schott, Barbour Index of Lebanon VRs, p. 169, taken from Vol. 1, p. 245, of the Lebanon Town Records.

    [13] Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790: Connecticut, Bountiful, Utah, 1993, p. 146, Lebanon Town, Windham County, the “Elikm” Porter household had 1 free white male aged 16 or older, 4 free white males under 16, and 3 free white females.

    [14] 1800 Federal Census, Lebanon, Windham Co., CT., p. 448, the Eliakim Porter household had 2 males aged 10-15 years, 1 male aged 45 or over, 1 female under 10, 1 female aged 26-44 years, and 1 female aged 45 or over. Living next door was the family of Abram Porter, and close by was that of John Porter.

    [15] 1810 Federal Census, Columbia, Windham Co., CT, p. 614, the Elkanah Porter household had 1 male aged 16-25 years, 1 male aged 45 or over, 1 female aged 16-25 years, 1 female aged 26-44 years, and 1 female aged 45 or over. Living next door was the household of Dan Porter, who was in the 26-44 age range.

    [16] Sharon, CT, Probate District, 1757-1783, p. 73; record book E5, p. 301.

    [17] FHL Ancestry File, submitted by Jacqueline Humphrey, of Cocoa Beach, FL, and Bruce A. Lee, of Flint, MI.

    [18] Per Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted by Elon Gasper, but only the first two children were listed in the Barbour index to Lebanon’s town records.

    [19] Schott, Barbour Index of Lebanon VRs, p. 170, taken from Vol. 1, p. 73, of the Lebanon Town Records.

    [20] Schott, Barbour Index of Lebanon VRs, p. 170, taken from Vol. 1, p. 73, of the Lebanon Town Records.

    [21] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 11 Oct. 2003 by Brenda Washburn.

    [22] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 11 Oct. 2003 by Brenda Washburn.

    [23] 1810 Federal Census, Columbia, Windham Co., CT, p. 614, the John Porter household had 2 males under 10, 1 male aged 10-15 years, 1 male aged 16-25 years, 1 male aged 45 or over, 1 female aged 10-15 years, 2 females aged 16-25 years, and 1 female aged 26-44 years.

    [24] Vital Records of Tisbury, Massachusetts, To the Year 1850, New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, 1910, [hereinafter Tisbury VRs], p. 159, marriage of Samuel Luce and Bettey Luce on 23 Aug. 1770 in Tisbury.

    [25] Per the FHL Ancestral File of Joshua Porter and Jean Luce, submitted by Jacqueline Humphrey, of Cocoa Beach, FL, but I did not find the marriage record of Joshua Porter and Jean Luce in the vital records of Conway, MA.

    [26] Per the FHL Ancestral File of Joshua Porter and Jean Luce, submitted by Jacqueline Humphrey, of Cocoa Beach, FL, but I did not find the birth record of Jean Luce in the Tisbury VRs.

    [27] Per FHL Ancestral Files of Elkanah Porter and Hepsibah Allen, and Joshua Porter and Jean Luce, submitted by Jacqueline Humphrey, of Cocoa Beach, FL.

    [28] Per Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted by Elon Gasper; FHL Ancestry File, submitted by Jacqueline Humphrey, of Cocoa Beach, FL, and Bruce A. Lee, of Flint, MI.

    [29] Schott, Barbour Index of Lebanon VRs, p. 5, taken from Vol. 1, p. 3, of the Lebanon Town Records.

    [30] Schott, Barbour Index of Lebanon VRs, p. 5, taken from Vol. 1, p. 8, of the Lebanon Town Records, married by Rev. Mr. Cogswell. The FHL Ancestral file and the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File both show a Timothy Allen born on 13 Aug. 1715 in Norwich, CT, as the husband of Mary Burnham in 1780, which is impossible for a man born in 1715 to have children born from 1781 to 1792.

    [31] Sharon, CT, Probate District, 1757-1783, p. 73; record book E5, p. 301.

    [32] 1810 Federal Census, Ashford, Windham Co., CT, p. 565, the Timothy Allen household had 1 male aged 16-25 years, 2 males aged 45 or over, 1 female aged 16-25 years, and 1 female aged 45 or over.

    [33] Schott, Barbour Index of Lebanon VRs, p. 5, taken from Vol. 1, p. 8, of the Lebanon Town Records, the year printed as 1718 [sic.]

    [34] 1820 Federal Census, Tunbridge, Orange Co., VT, p. 229, the Jacob Allen household had 1 male aged 26-44 years, 1 female under 10, and 1 female aged 26-44 years, his occupation not listed. Living nearby was his probable brother-in-law, Abijah Curtis.

    [35] Schott, Barbour Index of Lebanon VRs, p. 5, taken from Vol. 1, p. 8, of the Lebanon Town Records.

    [36] Schott, Barbour Index of Lebanon VRs, p. 5, taken from Vol. 1, p. 8, of the Lebanon Town Records.

    [37] Schott, Barbour Index of Lebanon VRs, p. 4, taken from Vol. 1, p. 8, of the Lebanon Town Records.

    [38] Schott, Barbour Index of Lebanon VRs, p. 5, taken from Vol. 1, p. 8, of the Lebanon Town Records.

    [39] Schott, Barbour Index of Lebanon VRs, p. 5, taken from Vol. 1, p. 8, of the Lebanon Town Records.

    [40] Schott, Barbour Index of Lebanon VRs, p. 5, taken from Vol. 1, p. 3, of the Lebanon Town Records.

    [41] Sharon, CT, Probate District, 1757-1783, p. 73; record book E5, p. 301.

    [42] Schott, Barbour Index of Lebanon VRs, p. 113, taken from Vol. 1, p. 140, of the Lebanon Town Records; Vital Records of Salisbury, CT, from the Barbour Collection, 2:49-50.

    [43] FamilySearch Pedigree Resource file, submitted by Richard Barck, of Coronado, CA.

    [44] Schott, Barbour Index of Lebanon VRs, p. 113, taken from Vol. 1, p. 140, of the Lebanon Town Records.

    [45] Calculated from her age at death.

    [46] Sharon, CT, Probate District, 1757-1783, p. 73; record book E5, p. 301.

    [47] Karlstrand, Lillian Bentley, The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records: Salisbury 1741-1846, Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 2000, [hereinafter Karlstrand, Barbour Index of Salisbury VRs], p. 208, taken from Vol. 2, p. 49, of the Salisbury Town Records.

    [48] Karlstrand, Barbour Index of Salisbury VRs, p. 209, taken from Vol. 2, p. 49, of the Salisbury Town Records.

    [49] Schott, Barbour Index of Lebanon VRs, p. 111, taken from Vol. 1, p. 140, of the Lebanon Town Records.

    [50] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 10 Apr. 2002 by Edith Chivers Vickery, which shows both husbands, and per the posting of Sandy Neil to the Hutchinson RootsWeb mailing list on 20 Mar. 1998, which shows only James Claghorn. The I.G.I. Individual Record for James Claghorn shows his death on 12 July 1813, and having had 3 children by Anne Hutchinson: Anne/Eleanor Claghorn, born on 27 July 1763 in Salisbury, CT; Cynthia Claghorn, born 30 May 1767 in Salisbury; and Temperence/Teressa Claghorn, born 8 Sept. 1774 in Rutland, VT. I have not determined which is the correct husband for Ann Hutchinson.

    [51] Vital Records of Kingston, Massachusetts, To the Year 1850, New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, 1911, [hereinafter Kingston VRs], p. 41, birth of James Claghorn, p. 193, marriage of James Claghorn of Barnstable and Elizabeth Ring on 26 July 1736 in Kingston.

    [52] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree files submitted on 10 Apr. 2002 by Edith Chivers Vickery and on 11 Oct. 2003 by Brenda Washburn, who collectively list children of Hiram Ellsworth Hutchinson and Ann Hutchinson as: Mabel Hutchinson; Martha Hutchinson, who married Earl Eugene Ford; Burton Hutchinson; Ezra Hutchinson, who married Mary Agnes Leonard; Levi Hutchinson, who married Lucy Jane Ketchum Bingham; and Harvey Hutchinson, with no dates of birth or birthplaces. I have not determined which husband is correct, but probably Ann Hutchinson did not marry both James Claghorn and Hiram E. Hutchinson.

    [53] Per posting of Sandy Neil to the Hutchinson RootsWeb mailing list on 20 Mar. 1998.

    [54] Schott, Barbour Index of Lebanon VRs, p. 114, taken from Vol. 1, p. 140, of the Lebanon Town Records.

    [55] Schott, Barbour Index of Lebanon VRs, p. 113, taken from Vol. 1, p. 140, of the Lebanon Town Records.

    [56] Karlstrand, Barbour Index of Salisbury VRs, p. 208, taken from Vol. 1, p. 231, of the Salisbury Town Records.

    [57] Karlstrand, Barbour Index of Salisbury VRs, p. 208, taken from Salisbury Land Records, Vol. 1, p. 353.

    [58] Karlstrand, Barbour Index of Salisbury VRs, p. 208, taken from Salisbury Land Records, Vol. 1, p. 355.

    [59] Karlstrand, Barbour Index of Salisbury VRs, p. 209, taken from Vol. 1, p. 208, of the Salisbury Town Records.

    [60] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 10 Apr. 2002 by Edith Chivers Vickery. There is the death record of (___) Hutchinson on 27 Feb. 1778, “in the 27th year of his age” in Karlstrand, Barbour Index of Salisbury VRs, p. 209, taken from Vol. 2, p. 49, of the Salisbury Town Records, that does not fit any of the members of the Hutchinson family, with the possible exception that if Lucius Barbour had mistaken in transcribing the year as 1778 when it was actually 1775, then the age at death would fit this Thomas Hutchinson, and perhaps Edith Chivers Vickery is correct in ascribing a 1775 death year for Thomas.

    [61] Calculated from his birth year and the birth of their first child on 10 Jan. 1769. He would have been called “Jr.” in the town records to differentiate him from his uncle, Thomas Hutchinson, who died in Salisbury in 1787.

    [62] Karlstrand, Barbour Index of Salisbury VRs, p. 208, taken from Vol. 2, p. 18, of the Salisbury Town Records.

    [63] Karlstrand, Barbour Index of Salisbury VRs, p. 208, taken from Vol. 2, p. 18, of the Salisbury Town Records.

    [64] Karlstrand, Barbour Index of Salisbury VRs, p. 207, taken from Vol. 1, p. 208, of the Salisbury Town Records.

    [65] Karlstrand, Barbour Index of Salisbury VRs, p. 208, taken from Vol. 1, p. 208, of the Salisbury Town Records.

    [66] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 10 Apr. 2002 by Edith Chivers Vickery, his death not recorded in the Barbour Index to Salisbury Town Records.

    [67] Karlstrand, Barbour Index of Salisbury VRs, p. 207, taken from Vol. 1, p. 208, of the Salisbury Town Records.

    [68] Vital Records of Norwich, Connecticut, 1659-1848, Hartford, 1913, p. 395, the marriage of Jacob Galusha of Preston and Lydia Huntington of Norwich on 10 Sept. 1745 in Norwich, from the online database at NewEnglandAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2007.

    [69] Karlstrand, Barbour Index of Salisbury VRs, p. 208, taken from Vol. 2, p. 43, of the Salisbury Town Records, married by Rev. Jonathan Lee.

    [70] Vital Records of Norwich, Connecticut, 1659-1848, Hartford, 1913, p. 395, from the online database at NewEnglandAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2007.

    [71] Karlstrand, Barbour Index of Salisbury VRs, p. 208, taken from Vol. 3, p. 165, of the Salisbury Town Records.

    [72] Karlstrand, Barbour Index of Salisbury VRs, p. 208, taken from Vol. 3, pp. 112, of the Salisbury Town Records, married by Rev. Joseph W. Crossman.

    [73] Karlstrand, Barbour Index of Salisbury VRs, p. 208, taken from Vol. 3, p. 166, of the Salisbury Town Records.

    [74] Karlstrand, Barbour Index of Salisbury VRs, p. 208, taken from Vol. 3, p. 112, of the Salisbury Town Records, married by Rev. Joseph W. Crossman.

    [75] Calculated from her age at death.

    [76] Karlstrand, Barbour Index of Salisbury VRs, p. 208, taken from Salisbury Town Records, Vol. 3, p. 168.

    [77] 1800 Federal Census, Litchfield Co., CT, the Asa Hutchinson household had 2 males under 10, 1 male aged 10-15 years, 1 male aged 45 or over, 3 females under 10, 1 female aged 10-15 years, 1 female aged 16-25 years, and 1 female aged 26-44 years.

    [78] 1810 Federal Census, Salisbury, Litchfield Co., CT, p. 200, the Asa Hutchinson household had 1 male under 10, 2 males aged 10-15 years, 1 male aged 45 or over, 1 female aged 10-15 years, 2 females aged 16-25 years, and 1 female aged 45 or over.

    [79] 1820 Federal Census, Salisbury, Litchfield Co., CT, p. 375, the Asa Hutchinson household had 1 male aged 10-15 years, 1 male aged 16-25 years, 1 male aged 45 or over, 1 female aged 26-44 years, 1 female aged 45 or over, and had 2 persons engaged in agriculture.

    [80] 1830 Federal Census, Salisbury, Litchfield Co., CT, p. 492, the Asa Hutchinson household had 1 male under 5, 1 male aged 10-14 years, 1 male aged 15-19 years, 1 male aged 30-39 years, 1 male ageed 70-79 years, 1 female under 5, 1 female aged 20-29 years, and 1 female aged 60-69 years.

    [81] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 10 Apr. 2002 by Edith Chivers Vickery.

    [82] Karlstrand, Barbour Index of Salisbury VRs, p. 208, taken from Vol. 2, p. 31, of the Salisbury Town Records.

    [83] Karlstrand, Barbour Index of Salisbury VRs, p. 208, taken from Vol. 2, p. 31, of the Salisbury Town Records.

    [84] Karlstrand, Barbour Index of Salisbury VRs, p. 208, taken from Vol. 3, p. 113, of the Salisbury Town Records, married by Rev. Joseph W. Crossman.

    [85] Karlstrand, Barbour Index of Salisbury VRs, p. 208, taken from Vol. 2, p. 31, of the Salisbury Town Records.

    [86] Karlstrand, Barbour Index of Salisbury VRs, p. 208, taken from Vol. 3, p. 165, of the Salisbury Town Records.

    [87] Karlstrand, Barbour Index of Salisbury VRs, p. 208, taken from Vol. 2, p. 31, of the Salisbury Town Records.

    [88] Karlstrand, Barbour Index of Salisbury VRs, p. 208, taken from Vol. 3, p. 124, of the Salisbury Town Records, married by L. E. Lathrop.

    [89] Karlstrand, Barbour Index of Salisbury VRs, p. 208, taken from Vol. 2, p. 31, of the Salisbury Town Records.

    [90] Karlstrand, Barbour Index of Salisbury VRs, p. 207, taken from Vol. 3, p. 5, of the Salisbury Town Records.

    [91] Karlstrand, Barbour Index of Salisbury VRs, p. 208, taken from Vol. 3, p. 5, of the Salisbury Town Records.

    [92] Karlstrand, Barbour Index of Salisbury VRs, p. 208, taken from Vol. 3, p. 5, of the Salisbury Town Records.

    [93] Karlstrand, Barbour Index of Salisbury VRs, p. 208, taken from Vol. 3, p. 126, of the Salisbury Town Records, married by Leonard E. Lathrop.

    [94] Karlstrand, Barbour Index of Salisbury VRs, p. 208, taken from Vol. 3, p. 81, of the Salisbury Town Records.

    [95] Karlstrand, Barbour Index of Salisbury VRs, p. 207, taken from Vol. 3, p. 81, of the Salisbury Town Records.

    [96] Karlstrand, Barbour Index of Salisbury VRs, p. 208, taken from Vol. 3, p. 81, of the Salisbury Town Records.

    [97] Karlstrand, Barbour Index of Salisbury VRs, p. 208, taken from Vol. 3, p. 81, of the Salisbury Town Records.

    [98] Karlstrand, Barbour Index of Salisbury VRs, p. 208, taken from Vol. 1, p. 208, of the Salisbury Town Records.

    [99] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 3 May 2003 by Gary Silverstein.

    [100] Per Karlstrand, Barbour Index of Salisbury VRs, p. 208, taken from Vol. 2, p. 42, of the Salisbury Town Records, married by Rev. Daniel Ferrand.

    [101] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree files submitted on 19 Oct. 2000 by Nancy Ann Norman, and on 26 Nov. 2003 by Christopher Ray.

    [102] Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790: Connecticut, Bountiful, UT, 1993, p. 145, Lebanon town, Windham Co., the Daniel Hutchinson household had 1 free white male aged 16 or over, 1 free white male under 16, and 1 free white female.

    [103] 1820 Federal Census, Jericho, Chittenden Co., VT, p. 142, the Daniel Hutchinson household had 1 male aged 45 or over, 1 female aged 10-15 years, 2 females aged 16-25 years, 1 female aged 45 or over, and 1 person engaged in agriculture. Daniel Hutchinson was the last entry on p. 142.

    [104] 1830 Federal Census, Jericho, Chittenden Co., VT, p. 277, the Daniel Huchinson [sic] household had 1 male aged 70-79 years, 3 females aged 20-29 years, 1 female aged 30-39 years, and 1 female aged 60-69 years.

    [105] 1840 Federal Census, Jericho, Chittenden Co., VT, p. 17, the David [sic] Hutchinson household had only 1 male aged 80-89 years, employed in agriculture. He was still living next door to his son, David Hutchinson.

    [106] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 26 Nov. 2003 by Christopher Ray.

    [107] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 10 Apr. 2002 by Edith Chivers Vickery.

    [108] All from I.G.I. Birth Records, taken from LDS temple records, FHL microfilm #1239623, except as indicated.

    [109] Karlstrand, Barbour Index of Salisbury VRs, p. 207, taken from Vol. 2, p. 14, of the Salisbury Town Records.

    [110] FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File, submitted by Timothy Longwell.

    [111] Karlstrand, Barbour Index of Salisbury VRs, p. 209, taken from Vol. 2, p. 14, of the Salisbury Town Records.

    [112] I.G.I. Birth Records, taken from LDS temple records, FHL microfilm #1239642, but his age in the 1850 and 1870 federal censuses indicates a birth year of about 1791 in Vermont.

    [113] FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File, submitted by Timothy Longwell.

    [114] Lovejoy, Evelyn M. Wood, History of Royalton (Windsor County) Vermont, 1911, p. 736-737.

    [115] 1820 Federal Census, Jericho, Chittenden Co., VT, p. 143, the David Hutchinson household had 1 male aged 26-44 years, 1 female aged 26-44 years, and had 1 person engaged in agriculture. David Hutchinson was the first entry on p. 143.

    [116] 1830 Federal Census, Jericho, Chittenden Co., VT, p. 277, the David Hutchinson household had 2 males under 5, 1 male aged 5-9 years, 1 male aged 30-39 years, 1 male aged 40-49 years, 1 female under 5, 1 female aged 5-9 years, and 1 female aged 30-39 years.

    [117] 1840 Federal Census, Jericho, Chittenden Co., VT, p. 17, the David Hutchinson Jr. [sic] household had 1 male under 5, 1 male aged 10-15 years, 1 male aged 40-49 years, 1 female aged 5-9 years, 1 female aged 10-14 years, 1 female aged 15-19 years, 1 female aged 40-49 years, and had 1 person employed in agriculture.

    [118] 1850 Federal Census, Jericho, Chittenden Co., VT, p. 26, dwelling #95, family #95:

        David Hutchinson, 59, male, farmer, $2500, born VT

        Polly Hutchinson, 59, female, born VT

        Ellen I. Hutchinson, 18, female, born VT, attending school

        Thomas E. Hutchinson, 15, male, laborer, born VT, attending school

    [119] 1870 Federal Census, Jericho, Chittenden Co., VT, p. 608, dwelling #10, family #10:

        David Hutchinson, 79, male, white, farmer, $500, born VT, a male citizen

        Polly Hutchinson, 79, female, white, keeping house, born VT

        Living next door was the family of James Hutchinson, age 40, who was probably a son of David and Polly Hutchinson.

    [120] Lovejoy, Evelyn M. Wood, History of Royalton (Windsor County) Vermont, 1911, p. 736-737.

    [121] Lovejoy, Evelyn M. Wood, History of Royalton (Windsor County) Vermont, 1911, p. 736-737.

    [122] Calculated from her age in the 1850 federal census.

    [123] Calculated from her age in the 1850 federal census.

    [124] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree files submitted by Christopher Ray and Nancy Ann Norman.

    [125] Karlstrand, Barbour Index of Salisbury VRs, p. 208, taken from Vol. 1, p. 208, of the Salisbury Town Records.

    [126] Talcott, Alvan, Families of Early Guilford, Connecticut, Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1984, pp. 954, 965.

    [127] Karlstrand, Barbour Index of Salisbury VRs, p. 208, taken from Vol. 2, p. 42, of the Salisbury Town Records, married by Amzi Lewis, V.D.M.

    [128] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 10 Apr. 2002 by Edith Chivers Vickery.

    [129] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 3 May 2003 by Gary Silverstein.

    [130] Talcott, Alvan, Families of Early Guilford, Connecticut, Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1984, p. 965.

    [131] His parents and their marriage date from the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 11 Aug. 2003 by Connie Thistle.

    [132] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 11 Aug. 2003 by Connie Thistle.

    [133] Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790: Massachusetts, Bountiful, UT, 1993, p. 29, Lenox town, Berkshire Co., the William Walker household had 4 free white males aged 16 or over, 1 free white male under 16, 5 free white females, and 1 other free person.

    [134] 1800 Federal Census, Lenox, Berkshire Co., MA, p. 211, the William Walker household had 1 male aged 10-15 years, 2 males aged 16-25 years, 1 male aged 45 or over, 1 female aged 10-15 years, 1 female aged 16-25 years, and 2 females aged 26-44 years.

    [135] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 11 Aug. 2003 by Connie Thistle.

    [136] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 11 Aug. 2003 by Connie Thistle.

    [137] His birth date from the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 3 May 2003 by Gary Silverstein; Schott, Barbour Index of Lebanon VRs, p. 114, taken from Vol. 1, p. 148, of the Lebanon Town Records, his birth date left blank.

    [138] Roser, Susan E., Mayflower Marriages From the Files of George Ernest Bowman At the Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants, Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1990, [hereinafter Roser, Mayflower Marriages], p. 254.

    [139] Roser, Mayflower Marriages, p. 253, marriage of David Samson and Mary Chaffin on 5 June 1712 in Marshfield, MA.

    [140] Schott, Barbour Index of Lebanon VRs, p. 114, taken from Vol. 1, p. 140, of the Lebanon Town Records.

    [141] Roser, Mayflower Marriages, p. 253; Davis, William T., Genealogical Register of Plymouth Families, reprint, Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1994, originally published as Part II of Ancient Landmarks of Plymouth, Boston, 1899, [hereinafter Davis, Genealogical Register of Plymouth Families], pp. 225, 250.

    [142] Roser, Mayflower Marriages, p. 253; Davis, Genealogical Register of Plymouth Families, p. 226.

    [143] Plymouth Co. Probate Docket #17490; Vol. 21, p. 164.

    [144] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 10 Apr. 2002 by Edith Chivers Vickery.

    [145] Schott, Barbour Index of Lebanon VRs, p. 114, taken from Vol. 1, p. 148, of the Lebanon Town Records.

    [146] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 10 Apr. 2002 by Edith Chivers Vickery; Schott, Barbour Index of Lebanon VRs, p. 114, lists the marriage of Sarah Hutchinson and Simeon Curtice, of Lebanon, on 20 Dec. 1744, taken from Vol. 1, p. 53, of the Lebanon Town Records.

    [147] Calculated from the birth of their first child in 1776.

    [148] Schott, Barbour Index of Lebanon VRs, p. 61, taken from Vol. 1, p. 53, of the Lebanon Town Records.

    [149] Schott, Barbour Index of Lebanon VRs, p. 114, birth of Sarah, daughter of Eleazer and Jemima Hutchinson, on 25 June 1726, taken from Vol. 1, p. 141, of the Lebanon Town Records; p. 112, marriage of Eleazer Hutchinson and Jemima Wright on 15 July 1725, taken from Vol. 1, p. 141, of the Lebanon Town Records.

    [150] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 10 Apr. 2002 by Edith Chivers Vickery. They were supposedly third cousins. Eleazer Hutchinson was a son of Samuel and Sarah (Root) Hutchinson, and Samuel was supposedly a brother of John Hutchinson, father-in-law of Hepzibah Washburn. Therefore John Hutchinson (Jr.) and Eleazer Hutchinson were first cousins, Dr. Timothy Hutchinson and Sarah (Hutchinson) Curtice were second cousins, and Sarah Hutchinson and Elias Curtis were third cousins.

    [151] Hemenway, Abbie Maria, Vermont Historical Gazetteer, Vol. II, 1871, Tunbridge, Orange Co., p. 1115.

    [152] Lovejoy, Evelyn M. Wood, History of Royalton (Windsor County) Vermont, 1911, p. 736-737.

    [153] Hemenway, Abbie Maria, Vermont Historical Gazetteer, Vol II, 1871, Tunbridge, Orange Co., pp. 1116-1119, 1123.

    [154] Hemenway, Abbie Maria, Vermont Historical Gazetteer, Vol. II, 1871, pp. 1123, 1131. Elias Curtis, John Hutchinson, and Abijah Hutchinson were reportedly badly mistreated during their captivity, whereas the Indians apparently did not hold Sarah and the boys for long. I am not sure, from Miss Hemenway’s description, whether all three men returned at the same time or not. Elias and Abijah may have been held for more than a year, but Elias was back in Tunbridge by 1782.

    [155] Per posting on the Orange County, Vermont, RootsWeb mailling list of 9 July 2001.

    [156] Hemenway, Abbie Maria, Vermont Historical Gazetteer, Vol. II, 1871, Tunbridge, Orange Co., p. 1123.

    [157] Per posting on the RootsWeb Curtis Mailing list by Karen A. Hill on 3 Aug. 2003, taken from Vermont Newspaper Abstracts published by the New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2001.

    [158] Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790: Vermont, [actually taken in 1791], Bountiful, UT, 1993, p. 35, Tunbridge town, Orange Co., the Elias Curtis household had 2 free white males aged 16 or over, 5 free white males under 16, and 4 free white females.

    [159] Heads of Families at the Second Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1800: Vermont, Vermont Historical Society, Montpelier, 1938, reprint, Clearfield Co., 2000, p. 96, Tunbridge town, Orange Co., the Elias Curtis household had 3 males aged 16-25 years, 1 male aged 45 or over, 1 female under 10, 1 female aged 10-15 years, and 1 female aged 26-44 years.

    [160] 1820 Federal Census, Tunbridge, Orange Co., VT, p. 229, the Elias Curtis household had 1 male aged 16-18 years, 1 male aged 16-25 years, 1 male aged 45 or over, 1 female aged 10-15 years, 1 female aged 45 or over, and had 1 person engaged in agriculture.

    [161] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 10 Apr. 2002 by Edith Chivers Vickery.

    [162] Lovejoy, Evelyn M. Wood, History of Royalton (Windsor County) Vermont, 1911, p. 736-737.

    [163] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 10 Apr. 2002 by Edith Chivers Vickery.

    [164] Lovejoy, Evelyn M. Wood, History of Royalton (Windsor County) Vermont, 1911, p. 736-737.

    [165] Lovejoy, Evelyn M. Wood, History of Royalton (Windsor County) Vermont, 1911, p. 736-737.

    [166] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 10 Apr. 2002 by Edith Chivers Vickery.

    [167] Heads of Families at the Second Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1800: Vermont, Vermont Historical Society, Montpelier, 1938, reprint, Clearfield Co., 2000, p. 96, Tunbridge town, Orange Co., the Elias Curtis Jr. household had 1 male under 10, 1 male aged 16-25 years, 1 male aged 26-44 years, and 1 female aged 16-25 years.

    [168] 1820 Federal Census, Tunbridge, Orange Co., VT, p. 228, the Elias Curtis Jr. household had 2 males under 10, 1 male aged 10-15 years, 1 male aged 16-26 years, 1 male aged 26-44 years, 1 female under 10, 1 female aged 10-15 years, 3 females aged 16-25 years, 1 female aged 26-44 years, and had 3 people engaged in agriculture. He was living next door to his cousin Timothy Hutchinson, and very close to his brothers-in-law Peter Sanborn and Stephen Baker in 1820.

    [169] 1830 Federal Census, Tunbridge, Orange Co., VT, p. 202, the Elias Curtis household had 1 male aged 10-14 years, 1 male aged 15-19 years, 1 male aged 50-59 years, 2 females aged 5-9 years, 2 females aged 10-14 years, 2 females aged 20-29 years, and 1 female aged 40-49 years.

    [170] 1840 Federal Census, Tunbridge, Orange Co., VT, p. 86, the Elias Curtice household had 1 male aged 20-29 years, 1 male aged 60-69 years, 2 females aged 15-19 years, 1 female aged 20-29 years, 1 female aged 50-59 years, and had 2 persons employed in agriculture.

    [171] All from Lovejoy, Evelyn M. Wood, History of Royalton (Windsor County) Vermont, 1911, p. 736-737.

    [172] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 10 Apr. 2002 by Edith Chivers Vickery.

    [173] Lovejoy, Evelyn M. Wood, History of Royalton (Windsor County) Vermont, 1911, p. 736-737.

    [174] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 10 Apr. 2002 by Edith Chivers Vickery.

    [175] Schott, Barbour Index of Lebanon VRs, p. 5, taken from Vol. 1, p. 8, of the Lebanon Town Records.

    [176] 1820 Federal Census, Tunbridge, Orange Co., VT, p. 230, the Abijah Curtis household had 3 males under 10, 1 male aged 16-25 years, 1 male aged 26-44 years, 1 female aged 16-25 years, 1 female aged 26-44 years, and had 2 persons engaged in agriculture. Living nearby was his probable brother-in-law, Jacob Allen.

    [177] 1830 Federal Census, Tunbridge, Orange Co., VT, p. 195, the Abijah Curtis household had 2 males aged 10-14 years, 1 male aged 15-19 years, 1 male aged 40-49 years, 2 females under 5, 1 female aged 5-9 years, 1 female aged 30-39 years, 1 female aged 50-59 years, and 1 female aged 80-89 years. He was living next door to his brother-in-law Stephen Baker in 1830.

    [178] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 10 Apr. 2002 by Edith Chivers Vickery.

    [179] Lovejoy, Evelyn M. Wood, History of Royalton (Windsor County) Vermont, 1911, p. 736-737.

    [180] All per the I.G.I. Birth Records, taken from LDS temple records, FHL microfilm #s 184318 and 1239648. The births are all listed as occurring in Royalton, which is adjacent to Tunbridge over the county line, but Abijah is consistently listed as living in Tunbridge in the censuses.

    [181] 1850 Federal Census, Jefferson, Jefferson Co., WI, p. 148, from the index.

    [182] Lovejoy, Evelyn M. Wood, History of Royalton (Windsor County) Vermont, 1911, p. 736-737.

    [183] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 10 Apr. 2002 by Edith Chivers Vickery; Lovejoy, Evelyn M. Wood, History of Royalton (Windsor County) Vermont, 1911, p. 736-737.

    [184] Lovejoy, Evelyn M. Wood, History of Royalton (Windsor County) Vermont, 1911, p. 736-737.

    [185] Lovejoy, Evelyn M. Wood, History of Royalton (Windsor County) Vermont, 1911, p. 736-737.

    [186] Lovejoy, Evelyn M. Wood, History of Royalton (Windsor County) Vermont, 1911, p. 736-737.

    [187] 1820 Federal Census, Tunbridge, Orange Co., VT, p. 229, the Stephen Baker household had 3 males under 10, 2 males aged 10-15 years, 1 male aged 26-44 years, 2 females aged 10-15 years, 1 male aged 26-44 years, and had 3 persons engaged in agriculture. He was living very close to his brother-in-laws Peter Sanborn and Elias Curtis in 1820.

    [188] 1830 Federal Census, Tunbridge, Orange Co., VT, p. 195, the Stephen Baker household had 2 males aged 10-14 years, 1 male aged 20-29 years, 1 male aged 50-59 years, 1 female under 5, 2 females aged 20-29 years, 1 female aged 40-49 years. He was living next door to his brother-in-law Abijah Curtis in 1830.

    [189] All from Lovejoy, Evelyn M. Wood, History of Royalton (Windsor County) Vermont, 1911, p. 736-737.

    [190] Lovejoy, Evelyn M. Wood, History of Royalton (Windsor County) Vermont, 1911, p. 736-737.

    [191] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 10 Apr. 2002 by Edith Chivers Vickery.

    [192] 1820 Federal Census, Tunbridge, Orange Co., VT, p. 229, the Peter Sanburn household had 1 male under 10, 1 male aged 26-44 years, 1 female aged 10-15 years, 1 female aged 26-44 years, and had 1 person engaged in manufacturing. He was living very close to his brothers-in-law Stephen Baker and Elias Curtis.

    [193] Lovejoy, Evelyn M. Wood, History of Royalton (Windsor County) Vermont, 1911, p. 736-737.

    [194] I.G.I. Birth Records, taken from LDS temple records, FHL microfilm #1239642, but his age in the 1850 and 1870 federal censuses indicates a birth year of about 1791 in Vermont.

    [195] His birth date per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 10 Apr. 2002 by Edith Chivers Vickery, but it was not listed in the Barbour index of Lebanon’s town records. Hemenway, Abbie Maria, Vermont Historical Gazetteer, Vol. II, 1871, Tunbridge, Orange Co., p. 1131, says he was born in Lebanon, CT, in 1754, but his birth was not recorded in Barbour’s index to the Lebanon town records.

    [196] Hemenway, Abbie Maria, Vermont Historical Gazetteer, Vol. II, 1871, Tunbridge, Orange Co., p. 1115.

    [197] Hemenway, Abbie Maria, Vermont Historical Gazetteer, Vol. II, 1871, Tunbridge, Orange Co., p. 1131.

    [198] Hemenway, Abbie Maria, Vermont Historical Gazetteer, Vol. II, 1871, Tunbridge, Orange Co., pp. 1116-1118, 1131.

    [199] His marriage date per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 10 Apr. 2002 by Edith Chivers Vickery, which agrees with Hemenway, Abbie Maria, Vermont Historical Gazetteer, Vol. II, 1871, Tunbridge, Orange Co., p. 1131.

    [200] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 10 Apr. 2002 by Edith Chivers Vickery, which gives her place of birth in 1748 as Royalton, VT, which I feel is in doubt; Hemenway, Abbie Maria, Vermont Historical Gazetteer, Vol. II, p. 1131, also gives the same death date for Hannah.

    [201] 1810 Federal Census, Royalton, Windsor Co., VT, p. 552, the John Hutchinson household had 1 male aged 45 or over, 1 female aged 16-25 years, and 1 female aged 45 or over.

    [202] 1820 Federal Census, Royalton, Windsor Co., VT, p. 180, the John Hutchinson household had 1 male aged 45 or over, and 1 female aged 45 or over. No occupation was listed.

    [203] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 10 Apr. 2002 by Edith Chivers Vickery.

    [204] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 10 Apr. 2002 by Edith Chivers Vickery.

    [205] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 10 Apr. 2002 by Edith Chivers Vickery.

    [206] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 10 Apr. 2002 by Edith Chivers Vickery.

    [207] 1810 Federal Census, Royalton, Windsor Co., VT, p. 552, the John Bliss household had 3 males under 10, 1 male aged 10-15 years, 1 male aged 26-44 years, 1 female under 10, and 1 female aged 26-44 years.

    [208] 1820 Federal Census, Royalton, Windsor Co., VT, p. 180, the John Bliss household had 2 males under 10, 2 males aged 10-15 years, 1 male aged 45 or over, 2 females under 10, 1 female aged 10-15 years, 1 female aged 26-44 years, and had 1 person engaged in agriculture.

    [209] 1830 Federal Census, Royalton, Windsor Co., VT, p. 259, the John Bliss household had 1 male aged 10-14 years, 1 male aged 15-19 years, 1 male aged 50-59 years, 1 male aged 70-79 years, 1 female aged 5-9 years, 1 female aged 10-14 years, 1 female aged 15-19 years, 1 female aged 20-29 years, 1 female aged 50-59 years, and 1 female aged 80-89 years.

    [210] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 10 Apr. 2002 by Edith Chivers Vickery.

    [211] Schott, Barbour Index of Lebanon VRs, p. 112, taken from Vol. 1, p. 148, of the Lebanon Town Records.

    [212] Sharon, CT, Probate District, 1757-1783, p. 73; record book E5, p. 301.

    [213] Carbaugh, Marsha Wilson, The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records: Killingworth 1667-1850, Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1999, [hereinafter Carbaugh, Barbour Index of Killingworth VRs], p. 34, marriage of Bezeleel Farnum and Phebe Kirtland on 16 Nov. 1759, taken from Vol. 2, p. 120, of the Killingworth Town Records.

    [214] Karlstrand, Barbour Index of Salisbury VRs, p. 208, taken from Vol. 2, p. 46, of the Salisbury Town Records.

    [215] Hemenway, Abbie Maria, Vermont Historical Gazetteer, Vol. II, 1871, Tunbridge, Orange Co., p. 1115.

    [216] Carbaugh, Barbour Index of Killingworth VRs, p. 35, taken from Vol. 2, p. 108, of the Killingworth Town Records.

    [217] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 10 Apr. 2002 by Edith Chivers Vickery.

    [218] Hemenway, Abbie Maria, Vermont Historical Gazetteer, Vol II, 1871, Tunbridge, Orange Co., p. 1116.

    [219] Hemenway, Abbie Maria, Vermont Historical Gazetteer, Vol II, 1871, Tunbridge, Orange Co., p. 1119.

    [220] Hemenway, Abbie Maria, Vermont Historical Gazetteer, Vol. II, 1871, Tunbridge, Orange Co., p. 1123.

    [221] Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790: Vermont, [actually taken in 1791], Bountiful, Utah, 1993, p. 35, Tunbridge Town, Orange County, th Hezekiah Hutchinson household had 1 free white male aged 16 or older, 3 free white males under 16, and 3 free white females. Also living in Tunbridge, VT, in the 1791 census were Abijah Hutchinson and Elisha Hutchinson, who may have been related. Hezekiah Hutchinson was not listed as a head of household in Connecticut in the 1790 federal census.

    [222] Heads of Families at the Second Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790: Vermont, Vermont Historical Society, Montpelier, 1938, reprinted by Clearfield Press, 1972, p. 96, Tunbridge, Orange County, the Hezekiel Hutchinson household had 1 male under 10 years, 1 male aged 10-15 years, 1 male aged 16-25 years, 1 male aged 45 or over, 1 female under 10, 2 females aged 10-15 years, and 1 female aged 45 or over.

    [223] 1810 Federal Census, Tunbridge, Orange Co., VT, p. 356, from the index, but the handwriting on the census microfilm was too difficult to read to be sure which family was that of Hezekiah Hutchinson.

    [224] 1820 Federal Census, Tunbridge, Orange Co., VT, p. 231, the Hezekiah Hutchinson household had 1 male aged 10-15 years, 1 male aged 16-25 years, 1 male aged 45 and over, 2 females aged 16-25 years, 2 females aged 45 and over, and had 3 people engaged in agriculture. He was living next door to his sons Amos Hutchinson and Henry Hutchinson, and the family of Horace Farnum was living nearby.

    [225] 1830 Federal Census, Tunbridge, Orange Co., VT, p. 195, the Hezekiah Hutchinson household had 1 male aged 20-29 years, 1 male aged 60-69 years, 1 male aged 70-79 years, and 1 female aged 60-69 years. Living next door, once again, was Abijah Hutchinson, who was also in the 70-79 year age bracket.

    [226] His death date per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 10 Apr. 2002 by Edith Chivers Vickery.

    [227] All from I.G.I. Birth Records, taken from General Index to the Vital Records of Vermont, early to 1870, from FHL microfilm #0027593-0027594, except as noted.

    [228] Karlstrand, Barbour Index of Salisbury VRs, p. 209, taken from Vol. 2, p. 38, of the Salisbury Town Records, also listed in the General Index to the Vital Records of Vermont as born in Tunbridge, VT, but Salisbury, CT, is probably correct.

    [229] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 10 Apr. 2002 by Edith Chivers Vickery.

    [230] 1810 Federal Census, Tunbridge, Orange Co., VT, p. 357, from the index, but the handwriting on the census microfilm was too difficult to read to be sure which family was that of Timothy Hutchinson.

    [231] 1820 Federal Census, Tunbridge, Orange Co., VT, p. 229, the Timothy Hutchinson household had 1 male under 10, 1 male aged 10-15 years, 1 male aged 26-44 years, 1 female under 10, 2 females aged 10-15 years, 1 female aged 26-44 years, and had 2 people engaged in agriculture. He was living next door to his cousin Elias Curtis, and very close to his brother John F. Hutchinson, and his cousins-in-law Peter Sanborn and Stephen Baker in 1820.

    [232] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 10 Apr. 2002 by Edith Chivers Vickery.

    [233] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 11 Oct. 2003 by Brenda Washburn.

    [234] Karlstrand, Barbour Index of Salisbury VRs, p. 209, taken from Vol. 2, p. 38, of the Salisbury Town Records, also listed in the General Index to the Vital Records of Vermont as born in Tunbridge, VT, but Salisbury, CT, is probably correct.

    [235] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 10 Apr. 2002 by Edith Chivers Vickery.

    [236] Calculated from his age in the 1850 federal census.

    [237] Heads of Families at the Second Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1800: Vermont, Vermont Historical Society, Montpelier, 1938, reprint, Clearfield Company, 2000, p. 97, Tunbridge town, Orange Co., the Caleb Swan household hd 1 male aged 26-44 years, 1 female under 10, and 1 female aged 16-25 years.

    [238] 1820 Federal Census, Tunbridge, Orange Co., VT, enumerated twice, on p. 229 and p. 233, the Caleb Swan household had 1 male under 10, 1 male aged 10-15 years, 1 male aged 16-18 years, 1 male aged 16-25 years, 1 male aged 45 or over, 1 female under 10, 2 females aged 10-15 years, 2 females aged 16-25 years, 1 female aged 26-44 years, and had 3 persons engaged in agriculture, according to p. 229. On p. 233 the only difference was that he was listed as having 2 males aged 10-15, and none in the 16-18/16-25 age brackets, but the same number of persons overall. He was living very close to her probable cousin, Jacob Allen, as per the p. 229 listing.

    [239] 1830 Federal Census, Tunbridge, Orange Co., VT, p. 196, the Caleb Swan household had 1 male aged 5-9 years, 1 male aged 10-14 years, 1 male aged 15-19 years, 1 male aged 60-69 years, 1 female aged 15-19 years, 1 female aged 20-29 years, and 1 female aged 50-59 years.

    [240] 1850 Federal Census, Tunbridge, Orange Co., VT, p. 13, dwelling #176, family #196:

        Caleb Swan, 82, male, farmer, $700, born MA

        Polly Howes, 67, female, born NH

    [241] Karlstrand, Barbour Index of Salisbury VRs, p. 208, taken from Vol. 2, p. 38, of the Salisbury Town Records.

    [242] Karlstrand, Barbour Index of Salisbury VRs, p. 207, taken from Vol. 2, p. 38, of the Salisbury Town Records, also listed in the General Index to the Vital Records of Vermont as born in Tunbridge, VT, but Salisbury, CT, is probably correct.

    [243] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 10 Apr. 2002 by Edith Chivers Vickery.

    [244] Calculated from her age in the 1850 federal census.

    [245] 1820 Federal Census, Tunbridge, Orange Co., VT, p. 231, the Amos Hutchinson household had 1 male under 10, 1 male aged 10-15 years, 1 male aged 16-25 years, 1 male aged 26-44 years, 3 females under 10, 1 female aged 10-15 years, 2 female asged 16-25 years, 1 female aged 26-44 years, and had 3 people engaged in agriculture.

    [246] 1830 Federal Census, Tunbridge, Orange Co., VT, p. 195, the Amos Hutchinson household had 2 males aged 10-14 years, 1 males aged 20-29 years, 1 male aged 40-49 years, 2 females aged 10-14 years, 2 females aged 15-19 years, 1 female aged 20-29 years, 2 females aged 30-39 years, and 1 female aged 40-49 years.

    [247] 1850 Federal Census, Tunbridge, Orange Co., VT, p. 12, dwelling #167, family #186:

        Amos Hutchinson, 67, male, farmer, born CT

        Jerusha Hutchinson, 69, female, born VT

        Jonathan Morse, 37, male, machinist, born VT

        Emily Morse, 34, female, born VT

        Charles H. Morse, 3, male, born VT

        Hezekiah Hutchinson, 97, male, born CT

        Susan Hutchinson, 84, female, born CT, insane

    [248] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 10 Apr. 2002 by Edith Chivers Vickery.

    [249] Karlstrand, Barbour Index of Salisbury VRs, p. 209, taken from Vol. 2, p. 38, of the Salisbury Town Records, also listed in the General Index to the Vital Records of Vermont as born in Tunbridge, VT, but Salisbury, CT, is probably correct.

    [250] Cushman, Joseph Augustine, The First Seven Generations of the Cushman Family in New England, Bridgewater, MA, 1964, pp. 103, 241.

    [251] Cushman, Joseph Augustine, The First Seven Generations of the Cushman Family in New England, pp. 103, 241.

    [252] Cushman, Henry Wyles, A Historical and Biographical Genealogy of the Cushmans: The Descendants of Robert Cushman, the Puritan, From the year 1617 to 1855, Boston, 1855, [hereinafter Cushman, Henry W., Genealogy of the Cushmans], pp. 132-133, 163; MF5G: Eaton, p. 105-106; Cushman, Joseph Augustine, The First Seven Generations of the Cushman Family in New England, p. 39.

    [253] Cushman, Joseph Augustine, The First Seven Generations of the Cushman Family in New England, p. 103.

    [254] 1810 Federal Census, Clarendon, Rutland Co., VT, p. 78, the Benj. Cushman household had 2 males under 10, 1 male aged 16-25 years, 1 male aged 26-44 years, 1 female aged 10-15 years, and 1 female aged 26-44 years.

[255] Cushman, Joseph Augustine, The First Seven Generations of the Cushman Family in New England, p. 241, taken from her gravestone, which erroneously gives her birth date as 11 Nov. 1784 at Tunbridge, VT.

[256] Cushman, Joseph Augustine, The First Seven Generations of the Cushman Family in New England, p. 241.

[257] Cushman, Joseph Augustine, The First Seven Generations of the Cushman Family in New England, p. 241.

    [258] His middle name and birth date per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 10 Apr. 2002 by Edith Chivers Vickery.

    [259] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 10 Apr. 2002 by Edith Chivers Vickery.

    [260] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 10 Apr. 2002 by Edith Chivers Vickery.

    [261] 1820 Federal Census, Tunbridge, Orange Co., VT, p. 231, the Henry Hutchinson household had 1 male aged 16-25 years, 1 male aged 26-44 years, 3 females under 10, 1 female aged 16-25 years, 1 female aged 26-44 years, and had 2 people engaged in agriculture.

    [262] 1830 Federal Census, Tunbridge, Orange Co., VT, p. 195, the Henry Hutchinson household had 1 male aged 5-9 years, 1 male aged 20-29 years, 1 male aged 40-49 years, 1 female aged 5-9 years, 2 females aged 10-14 years, 1 female aged 15-19 years, and 1 female aged 40-49 years.

    [263] 1850 Federal Census, Tunbridge, Orange Co., VT, p. 12, dwelling #168, family #187:

        Harvey Hutchinson, 62, male, farmer, $3500, born VT

        Hezekiah Hutchinson, 29, male, farmer, born VT

        Mary Ellen Hutchinson, 16, female, born VT, attending school

        Rachel M. Fuller, 34, female, born Canada

        Ruth E. Fuller, 2, female, born VT

    [264] I.G.I. Birth Records, taken from LDS temple records, FHL microfilm #184252.

    [265] His birth date per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 10 Apr. 2002 by Edith Chivers Vickery.

    [266] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 10 Apr. 2002 by Edith Chivers Vickery.

    [267] 1820 Federal Census, Tunbridge, Orange Co., VT, p. 229, the John F. Hutchinson household had 1 male aged 26-44 years, 3 females under 10, 1 female aged 10-15 years, 1 female aged 26-44 years, and had 1 person engaged in agriculture. He was also living near his cousin Elias Curtis, and his cousins-in-law Peter Sanborn and Stephen Baker in 1820.

    [268] His birth date per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 10 Apr. 2002 by Edith Chivers Vickery, but it was not listed in the Barbour index to Lebanon’s town records; Hemenway, Abbie Maria, Vermont Historical Gazetteer, Vol. II, 1871, Tunbridge, Orange Co., p. 1131, gives the same birth date, but his birth was not recorded in Barbour’s index to Lebanon town records.

    [269] Hemenway, Abbie Maria, Vermont Historical Gazetteer, Vol. II, 1871, Tunbridge, Orange Co., p. 1115.

    [270] Hemenway, Abbie Maria, Vermont Historical Gazetteer, Vol. II, 1871, Tunbridge, Orange Co., p. 1131.

    [271] Hemenway, Abbie Maria, Vermont Historical Gazetteer, Vol. II, 1871, Tunbridge, Orange Co., pp. 1116-1119, 1131.

    [272] Carbaugh, Barbour Index of Killingworth VRs, p. 34, marriage of Bezeleel Farnum and Phebe Kirtland on 16 Nov. 1759, taken from Vol. 2, p. 120, of the Killingworth Town Records.

    [273] Karlstrand, Barbour Index of Salisbury VRs, p. 207, taken from Vol. 2, p. 42, of the Salisbury Town Records, married by Abiel Camp, Justice of the Peace. He was “of Lebanon” in the marriage record.

    [274] Carbaugh, Barbour Index of Killingworth VRs, p. 35, taken from Vol. 2, p. 108, of the Killingworth Town Records.

    [275] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 10 Apr. 2002 by Edith Chivers Vickery.

    [276] He appears to have had a wife in the 1820 and 1830 federal censuses in Tunbridge, VT.

    [277] Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790: Vermont, [actually taken in 1791], Bountiful, Utah, 1993, p. 35, Tunbridge, Orange County, the Abijah Hutchinson household had 1 free white male aged 16 or older, 1 free white male under 16, and 1 free white female.

    [278] Heads of Families at the Second Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1800: Vermont, Vermont Historical Society, Montpelier, 1938, reprinted by Clearfield Company, Baltimore, p. 96, Tunbridge, Orange County, the Abijah Hutchinson household had 1 male aged 10-15 years, 1 male aged 45 or over, and 1 female aged 26-44 years.

    [279] 1810 Federal Census, Tunbridge, Orange Co., VT, p. 356, from the index, but the handwriting on the census microfilm was too difficult to read to be sure which family was that of Abijah Hutchinson.

    [280] 1820 Federal Census, Tunbridge, Orange Co., VT, p. 232, the Abijah Hutchinson household had 3 males under 10, 1 male aged 10-15 years, 1 male aged 16-18 years, 2 males aged 16-25 years, 1 male aged 26-44 years, 1 male aged 45 or over, 1 female under 10, 1 female aged 26-44 years, 1 female aged 45 or over, and had 3 people engaged in agriculture.

    [281] 1830 Federal Census, Tunbridge, Orange Co., VT, p. 195, the Abijah Household had 1 male aged 70-79 years, and 1 female aged 70-79 years.

    [282] Hemenway, Abbie Maria, Vermont Historical Gazetteer, Vol. II, 1871, Tunbridge, Orange Co., p. 1131.

    [283] 1840 Federal Census, Genesee, Livingston Co., NY, p. 85.

    [284] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 10 Apr. 2002 by Edith Chivers Vickery; Hemenway, Abbie Maria, Vermont Historical Gazetteer, Vol. II, 1871, Tunbridge, Orange Co., p. 1131.

    [285] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 10 Apr. 2002 by Edith Chivers Vickery.

    [286] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 10 Apr. 2002 by Edith Chivers Vickery.

    [287] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 10 Apr. 2002 by Edith Chivers Vickery.

    [288] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 10 Apr. 2002 by Edith Chivers Vickery.

    [289] 1830 Federal Census, Tunbridge, Orange Co., VT, p. 195, the James Hutchinson household had 1 male under 5, 2 males aged 5-9 years, 1 male aged 10-14 years, 2 males aged 15-19 years, 1 male aged 20-29 years, 1 male aged 40-49 years, 1 female under 5, 1 female aged 10-14 years, 1 female aged 15-19 years, and 1 female aged 40-49 years.

    [290] 1840 Federal Census, Genesee, Livingston Co., NY, p. 249, the James Hutchinson household had 1 male under 5, 1 male aged 5-9 years, 1 male aged 10-14 years, 1 male aged 15-19 years, 1 male aged 20-29 years, 1 male aged 50-59 years, 1 male aged 80-89 years, 1 female aged 10-14 years, 2 females aged 20-29 years, 1 female aged 40-49 years, and they had 5 persons engaged in agriculture. Abijah Hutchinson, his 83-year-old father, was living in the household, a Revolutionary War Pensioner in the census.

    [291] Elisha may have been a cousin, rather than a brother of Hezekiah and Abijah Hutchinson. An Elisha Hutchinson, son of Elisha and Eunice (Hide) Hutchinson, was born in Lebanon, CT, on 25 Dec. 1774, (Schott, Barbour Index of Lebanon VRs, p. 112, from Vol. 1, p. 136, of the Lebanon Town Records,) who may have settled in Tunbridge, VT.

    [292] Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790: Vermont, [actually taken in 1791], Bountiful, Utah, 1993, p. 35, Tunbridge, Orange County, the Elisha Hutchinson household had 2 free white males aged 16 or over, 1 free white male under 16, and 4 free white females.

    [293] Heads of Families at the Second Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1800: Vermont, Vermont Historical Society, Montpelier, 1938, reprinted by Clearfield Company, Baltimore, p. 96, Tunbridge, Orange County, the Elisha Hutchinson household had 1 male under 10, 1 male aged 26-44 years, 3 females under 10, and 1 female aged 26-44 years.

    [294] Schott, Barbour Index of Lebanon VRs, p. 112, taken from Vol. 1, p. 136, of the Lebanon Town Records.