1066 -- It is legend that the Hutchinson family in England began with one Uitonesis (Uitchenses, Uitonensis) a Norwegian and follower of the King of Norway, Harold III who invaded England, stayed and settled Bishop, Middleham, City of York.
In 1066 he joined Tostig, brother of King Harold I, surnamed Harefoot, in the invasion of England. Both Harold III and Tostig were slain at the battle of Stamford Bridge by the forces of King Harold of England. [Tostig figures in Tennyson's drama of "Harold". 1877] After the death of Edward the Confessor 5 January 1066, Harold was chosen King of England. This was challenged by William, Duke of Normandy, who became known as William the Conqueror, and he prepared to invade England. It was William who instigated Tostig [a relative] to invade from the North. Tostig's forces were defeated but while King Harold and England's army was still reeling from the battle they received word of the landing of William the Conqueror, at Pivensey in Sussex. Hastening southward the English forced meet in battle the Normans at Sinlac near Hastings and Harold, King of England, was slain. The English throne passed to William, the Conqueror. -- Another Hutchinson ancestor, William De Warren who married the 4th daughter of William the Conqueror came to England at this time. It is said that William De Warren was given 1200 Parishes by William the Conqueror. Terrible vengeance was rained on the poor unfortunate English. All the ancient peerage was wiped out and a new royalty was started. It is said that 100,000 men women and children died. [Information from Americana Encyclopedia.]
Bernard Hutchinson b. Cowlam,Yorkshire, England d. aft 1282
m. Bef. 1282
ch (1). John b. Cowlam. Yorkshire, England d.
Bernard Hutchinson of Cowlan, Yorkshire, England where begins the main stock of the family. Bernard Hutchinson was called Esquire or Arminger and is believed to have been proprietor of a whole parish of 2.036 acres in East Riding Yorkshire, England.
(1) John Hutchinson
Edith Wouldbie b. d.
ch.(2) James b. abt 1402 Cowlan, Yorkshire, England d.
(2) James Hutchinson
m. abt 1451
Ursula Gregory b. abt 1406 d.
ch.(3) William b. d.
(3) Willaim Hutchinson
ch. (4) Anthony b. abt 1454 d.
4) Anthony Hutchinson
Isabel b. d.
ch. (5) Thomas b. d. aft 10-9-1550
(5) Thomas Hutchinson
Mary Drake b. 1472 d.
ch. (6) Lawrence b. 1523 d. 10-9-1577
(6) Lawrence Hutchinson
ch. (7) Thomas
(7) Thomas Hutchinson
(8) Thomas Hutchinson
ch. (10) Richard b. 1602 Arnold, Nottinghamshire, England
d. 9-26-1684 Salem, Essex, Mass
(10) Richard Hutchinson (emigrated to America 1634)
Alice Bosworth b: 1605 d: 1668
ch.(11) Joseph Hutchinson b: 1633 d: 1716
Engraving of Richard Hutchonson (origin unknown)
Richard Hutchinson was born in Arnold, Nottinghamshire, England in 1602. His date of his birth is ascertained from a deposition on file in the office of the Essex County Court, Salem, Mass., where in a case of Cromwell vs. Ruck, 1660, he states his age as being 58 years. He married his wife Alice Bosworth on 7 Dec 1627, in Cotgrave, Nottinghamshire. His first four children, Alice, Elizabeth, Mary and Rebecca, were born in England, all except Rebecca in Nottinghamshire.
He emigrated to America in 1634, with his wife Alice, and four children, and settled in Salem Village, now Danvers, in the vicinity of Whipple and Hathorne's hill. There is some evidence, however, gleaned from the town records of Salem, that he may have primarily settled in the town proper, from the fact that in July 25, 1689, one Philemon Dickerson was granted four poles of land "neere Richard Hutchinson's house, to make tan pitts and to dress goates skinnes and hieds." As tanning was not known to have been carried on in Salem Village at so early a period, much time has been spent in discovering this locality, but without avail; as after this, his name seems to have disappeared from the records of Salem.
He and his wife were members of the First Church, Salem, as early as 1636, on whose records he is first mentioned in connection with the baptism of his daughter Abigail.
The first official notice made of him is in the town records, when it is stated that in recognition of his public spirit, as being the possessor and introducer of the first plow brought into this country, he was granted one hundred and forty acres of land by the town authorities.
In 1636, Mr. Hutchinson received a grant of 60 acres of land from the town, and Apr. 3, following, 20 acres more. In the same year he was appointed on a committee to survey Jeffrey's Creek (now Manchester), and Mackerell Cove. April 17, 1637, it was voted "that in case Ric'd Huchenson shall sett up plowing within 2 years he may haue 20 acres more to bee added to his pportion." This appears to be in consequence of the great scarcity of ploughs, there being but thirty-seven in all the settlements. In 1648, at Salem Village, he bought of Elias Stileman, his farm of 150 acres, for £15. He then sold half of it to Nathaniel Putnam in 1651. Hill. Land for the first Church built in this new land was donated by Richard.
After his first wife's death, he married Oct. 1668, Susanna, widow of Samuel Archard.
The records do not show him to have been officially engaged in many matters of public trust, but he was undoubtedly a man of indomitable perseverance, great vigor of mind and physical endurance, a strict disciplinarian in religious affairs, a thorough agriculturist, and as he had amassed a large landed estate, he had, before the close of his life, divided much of his property among his children.
On the decease of James Standish, Mr. Hutchinson was appointed administrator. Richard later married his widow, Sarah Standish. At his third marriage he must have been at least 79 years of age, and certainly 66 on his second.
His will was signed Jan. 19, 1679, and proved Sept. 28, 1682. He died on 11 Feb. 1681/1682. His widow survived him, and shortly after married for her third husband, Thomas Roots, of Manchester, whose Will was proved Nov. 27, 1683. She was living as late as March 1683-4.
His will stated in part that his wife was to be made comfortable for one of her age by Richard¹s
son Joseph; to have what she had when they married if she wished to remove; he bequeathed property
to son-in-law Anthony Ashby and daughter Abigail, his wife; son-in-law Daniel Boardman and daughter
Hannah, his wife; sons-in-law Nathaniel Putnam, Thomas Hale and James Hadlock; grandchildren Bethia
Hutchinson and Sarah Hadlock; servant, Black Peter. His son Joseph was appointed executor.
(11) Joseph Hutchinson
Lydia Buxton b: 1647 in Salem, Exxex, Massachusetts d: Aft. June 1708
ch. (12) Ambrose Hutchinson b: June 4, 1684 in Salem Village,Essex,Mass
d: 1757 in Danvers,Essex,Mass
(12) Ambrose Hutchinson
Ruth Leach b: March 31, 1692 in Salem,Essex,Massachusetts
ch. (13) John Hutchinson b:Bef.July 5,1719 in SalemVillage,Essex,MA
(13) John Hutchinson
ch.(14) Elijah Hutchinson b:Bef.October 16,1768 in Lyndeborough, Hillsborough,NH
d:1837 in Cayuga Co. NY
.(14) Elijah Hutchinson (see headstone below)
Abigail Bishop b: 1768 d: 1832 in Cayuga Co. NY (see headstone below)
ch (15).David Hutchinson b: 1796 in Saratoga Co. NY d: 1834 in Cayuga Co. NY
(15a) Timothy B Hutchinson b abt1799 d.1871
1 more son ,4 daughters
(15).David Hutchinson (see headstone below)
m. abt 1819
Berry (Polly) McDowell Burdge b.4-14-1798 S Carolina d. 1871
ch.(16)Betsey Ann b.11-16-1821 d.9-10-1897
Edwin Carlyle b.5-24-1824
Harmon Betts b. 1829
Elijah James b. abt 1800 d. after 1850 (drowned in Hudson River)
Jonathan David b. 10-14-1833
Hutchinson Plot, Ira Hill Cemetery, Town of Ira, Cayuga Cnty. NY
David Hutchinson Headstone Ira, NY photo taken 1992
David Hutchinson Head stone, Ira Hill Cemetery photo taken 2011
Head stone of Elijah Hutchinson, Ira Hill Cemetery
Head stone of Abigail Hutchinson, Ira Hill Cemetery
Head stone of Ann E. Hutchinson, Ira Hill Cemetery
(16) Betsey Ann Hutchinson
David Barnett Marvin b.2-9-1817 d.10-7-1863
ch. Ellen Gertrude b. 7-9-1842 d.2-28-1935 (married Ira Baldwin 4-27-1860)
David Hutchinson b. 7-27-1844 d. 8-11-1927 (married Achsa J. Huggins 12-27-1865)
Rosaltha Ordella b. 12-5-1846 d.1-2-1921 (married James E. Teller 12-28-1865
Elizabeth Ann b.2-9-1849 d. 11-16-1849
Sophia Youngs b.1-12-1851 d. 10-1925
Stephen Barnett b.5-9-1853 d. 6-24-1911
Polly Ann b. 10-14-1855 d.
(17)William Gero b. 5-12-1858 d. 6-7-1942
Elijah James b. 10-9-1860 d. 1-21-1863
(17) William Gero Marvin
Etta Chase b. 6-22-1860 d. 5-4-1942
ch. (18) Rose Ellen b. 7-23-1882 d. 7-8-1858
Maude b. 10-8-1887 d. 1-19-1958
Olive Dakota b. 7- -1890 d.12-2-1973
(18) Rose Ellen Marvin
Clarence Henry Neider b. 7-25-1881 d. 1-21-1955
ch. Harold Ernest b.2-11-1902 d. 10-23-1986
Leon Alexander b. 12-23-1904 d. 7-10-1959
Clarence (Red) Marvin b. 5-31-1906 d. 1-12-1989
(15a) Timothy B Hutchinson
Lydia Farnham (daughter of Benniah Farnham of Vermont)
ch (15b) R L b.2-28-1825
Ann d. 6-28-1842 15yrs 7mnths 12days (see headstone above)
Timothy B d. 6-11-1838 1yr 4mnths 14days
(15b) R L Hutchinson
Alida Van Derhayden (daughter of Derick L. Van Derheyden, of near Troy.
Mr. Van Derheyden was a son of Jacob V.,
was a son of Derick I. Van Derheyden,
and they were among the first settlers of Troy, N. Y.)
The Hutchinson Family: or the Descendants of Barnard Hutchinson, of Cowlam, England_, compiled by Perley Derby, Essex Institute Press, 1870, Salem, Massachusetts, pp. 6-7.
The Pioneers of Massachusetts, by Charles Henry Pope, pp. 249-250.
Story of the Hutchinsons_, by John Wallace Hutchinson," published in 1896.
The Hutchinson Family
by Frank Edra Liddell Hill