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Edward Turner Hutcheson
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Birth: Jan. 5, 1843
Upson County
Georgia, USA
Death: Sep. 5, 1904
Columbia County
Arkansas, USA

Edward Turner Hutcheson was the son of Joseph Richard and Henretta Walton Furlow Hutcheson, grandson of Judge Ambrose and Hannah Wilson Hutcheson of Greene County, Georgia.

Married Mary Frances Hutcheson (1839-1867) on 30 Jun 1861 in Upson County, Georgia.

Mary Frances "Mollie" Hutcheson is buried in Holt Cemetery, Smith County, Texas. The cemetery is located 9.4 miles from Tyler, Texas. It contains only 41 recorded graves, and is apparently abandoned. The first burial there was 1856, the most recent was 1916.

Married Permelia Victoria Dixon (1842 1913) on 3 Feb 1869 in Magnolia, Columbia County, Arkansas.

Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Columbia County, Arkansas
Page 488-489

Originally published by The Goodspeed Publishing Company, 1890.
This edition published by Hearthstone Legacy Publications, 2007

E T Hutcheson & Son are the proprietors of the Magnolia Drug Store, and their thorough knowledge of the business is proverbial throughout this section of the country. E T Hutcheson is the eldest of eleven children born to J R and Henrietta (Furlow) Hutcheson, his birth occurring in the State of Georgia, in 1843, and his parents were also born in that State, and were there reared and married. In 1866 they moved to Texas, but in the fall of 1868 came to Arkansas and pitched their tent in Columbia County, where they purchased a farm. He is now a resident of Lockesburg, Sevier Count, Ark., and is known through out that region as an enterprising, industrious and successful tiller of the soil. While in his native county of Upson, Ga., he served as sheriff of the same for one term, and is now discharging the duties of treasurer of Sevier County, his services being highly satisfactory to all. Of the eleven children born to him nine are now living: E T, A G, Dr. D A, (a resident of Nashville, Ark.), RR, Henrietta (wife of W G Clary, Sallie (wife of W D Booth of this county), Frances (wife of John Bandy, of Sevier County), Caroline (wife of Ball Dooley, of Sevier County) and Benjamin (deputy clerk of Sevier County).

ET Hutcheson was educated in the common schools of Georgia, and up to the age of nineteen years, his attention was devoted to farming. He then joined Company A, of the Forth-sixth Georgia Infantry, and served for three years, being at the battle of Atlanta, Ga., and during that siege, was also at Jonesboro, and later surrendered at Chesterfield, S C. After his return home, he resumed his former occupation of following the plow, and afterward moved with his father to the Lone Star State, and in 1868 to Arkansas, where he has since made his home. He tilled the soil until 1877, then engaged in his present business, but still owns his farm in this county. He was very successful as an agriculturist, and is no less so as a druggist, and the stock of goods which he now carries is only to be found in a well-kept, reliable drug store. He and his son are considered reliable pharmacists, and as they are thoroughly honorable and accommodating in their dealings with all, they fully deserve the success which has attended their efforts. Mr. Hutcheson was first married in 1861 to Miss Mollie Hutcheson, a distant relative, and by her he became the father of two children: Charles (associated in business with his father) and Martha. Mrs. Hutcheson died in Texas, in 1867, and two years later Mr. Hutcheson was united in marriage to Miss Victoria Dixon, of this county, and a sister of Dave Dixon, ex-county and circuit clerk. Of seven children born to them, six are now living: James (who is in the drug business at Pine Bluff, in the employment of the G N Hart Drug company), Henry, Mary, Neva, Edna, Dawson, and David, the latter being deceased. Mr. and Mrs. Hutcheson are members of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, and he belongs to the A F & A M, Columbia Lodge No. 82, and the K of P, Magnolia Lodge No. 24.
 (bio by: LouJane Adams Wills) 
Family links: 
  Joseph Richard Hutcheson (1819 - 1899)
  Henrietta Walton Furlow Hutcheson (1824 - 1914)
  Mary Frances Hutcheson (1839 - 1867)
  Victoria Permelia Dixon Hutcheson (1842 - 1913)
  Charles Richard Hutcheson (1862 - 1944)*
  Martha Hutcheson (1865 - 1896)*
  James Osborne Hutcheson (1870 - 1947)*
  William David Hutcheson (1872 - 1874)*
  Henry Dixon Hutcheson (1874 - 1934)*
  Mary Hutcheson Martel (1877 - 1958)*
  Neva N Hutcheson Wyrick (1879 - 1974)*
  Edna Hutcheson Hall (1883 - 1980)*
  Dawsie Hutcheson Talton (1887 - 1965)*
  Edward Turner Hutcheson (1843 - 1904)
  Albert Gallatin Hutcheson (1847 - 1925)*
  Carrie (Carolyn) Ruth Hutcheson Dooley (1864 - 1923)*
  Ben Thomas Hutcheson (1869 - 1914)*
*Calculated relationship
Magnolia City Cemetery
Columbia County
Arkansas, USA
Plot: Section A Row 11
Maintained by: LouJane Adams Wills
Originally Created by: Annie202
Record added: Feb 16, 2005
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Edward Turner Hutcheson
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Edward Turner Hutcheson
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In honor of my 2nd cousin, 4 generations back~
- Cindy, UDC
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- David Hill
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