|Birth: ||May 5, 1626|
|Death: ||Aug. 20, 1643|
New York, USA
Anne was born in Alford, Lincolnshire, England to William Hutchinson and Anne Marbury. She immigrated to America with her parents, her grandmother, Susanna Hutchinson and her siblings in 1634.
Anne married William Collins in 1641 and they had one son, named William. On a fateful day, Anne was visiting with her mother at the Hutchinson home. In the early morning hours of August 20, 1643 a group of marauding Mohegan Indians raided the Hutchinson home and slaughtered the family, burning their home to the ground. Her husband was away with their son or they would have been killed.
The Indians mistook the Hutchinson's for Dutch settlers, the intended target. Anne's sister, Susanna Hutchinson, was the only survivor. And she was held as a captive for several years, until her older brother Edward paid a ransom for her release.
The Hutchinson cabin was located in Pelham Bay Settlement, Long Island, which today is called the Bronx, New York.
William Hutchinson (1586 - 1642)
Anne Marbury Hutchinson (1595 - 1643)
William Collins (1612 - 1705)*
William Collins (1642 - 1716)*
Edward Hutchinson (1613 - 1675)*
Susanna Hutchinson (1614 - 1630)*
Richard Hutchinson (1615 - 1670)*
Faith Hutchinson Savage (1617 - 1651)*
Bridget Hutchinson Phillips (1619 - 1698)*
Francis Hutchinson (1620 - 1643)*
William Hutchinson (1623 - 1643)*
Samuel Hutchinson (1624 - 1643)*
Anne Hutchinson Collins (1626 - 1643)
Mary Hutchinson (1627 - 1643)*
Katherine Hutchinson (1630 - 1643)*
Susannah Hutchinson Cole (1633 - 1713)*
Zuriel Hutchinson (1636 - 1643)*
Body lost or destroyed
Specifically: After her murder, her body was placed inside the home and the home was burned.
Created by: Renae✫
Record added: May 25, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 111165125
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