|Birth: ||Jan. 4, 1821|
New Hampshire, USA
|Death: ||Oct. 29, 1908|
Son and the 13th child of Jesse Hutchinson / Mary Hastings Leavitt.
Brothers John, Asa, and Judson Hutchinson are credited with founding the town of Hutchinson, McLeod Co., MN along the South Fork of the Crow River in November 1855.
John was determined to visit Washington, and, if possible, make arrangements for a series of concerts to our brave soldiers on the Potomac. In order to visit the camp, it was necessary that he should obtain permission from head quarters; and he therefore paid a visit to the Hon. Salmon Portland Chase, the able Secretary of the Treasury, who warmly welcomed him and expressed his readiness to do all in his power to forward his views.
War Department 14 Jan 1863
Permit "The Hutchinson Family" to pass over bridges and ferries, and within the main lines of the Army of the Potomac. They will be allowed to sing to the soldiers, and this permit shall continue good until 1st February 1862
[signed] Simon Cameron, Secretary of War
"No Tear In Heaven" - Composed by John Wallace Hutchinson, and sung by him and family at the Camp Concerts to the soldiers in the Army of the Potomac.
m  21 Feb 1843
Fanny Burnham Patch of Lowell, MA
They had 3 children - Henry John, Viola Gertrude, Judson Whittier
m  24 Aug 1905 Portsmouth, NH
Agnes P. Everest 50yrs
ref: MA Death cert#1162/254 Died of - "Accidental Poisoning with Illuminating Gas"
Bio by BluMoKitty
Jesse Hutchinson (1778 - 1851)
Mary Hastings Leavitt Hutchinson (1783 - 1868)
Fanny Burnham Patch Hutchinson (1823 - 1888)
Henry John Hutchinson (1844 - 1884)*
Viola Gertrude Hutchinson Campbell (1847 - 1935)*
Judson Whittier Hutchinson (1862 - 1898)*
Jesse Hutchinson (1802 - 1811)*
David Hutchinson (1803 - 1881)*
Noah Bartlett Hutchinson (1805 - 1878)*
Mary Hutchinson (1806 - 1809)*
Zepheniah Kittredge Hutchinson (1810 - 1858)*
Caleb Hutchinson (1811 - 1854)*
Jesse Hutchinson (1813 - 1853)*
Benjamin Pierce Hutchinson (1815 - 1844)*
Adoniram Judson Joseph Hutchinson (1817 - 1859)*
John Wallace Hutchinson (1821 - 1908)
Asa Burnham Hutchinson (1823 - 1884)*
Elizabeth Hutchinson (1824 - 1828)*
Abby Jermima Hutchinson Patton (1829 - 1892)*
JOHN W. HUTCHINSON
BORN JAN. 4, 1821
DIED OCT. 29, 1908
FANNY B. PATCH
BORN JUNE 29, 1823
DIED MAY 4, 1888
"SHE HATH DONE WHAT SHE COULD"
Old East Burying Ground
Maintained by: BluMoKitty
Originally Created by: Alexis
Record added: Oct 27, 2012
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