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Birth:Day Month 1775 - Place
Death:Day Month 1831 - Place
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Text:"... mother, Hannah (Bushnell) Hutchins, emigrated from Hartford, Connecticut, and early in the history of this State, settled in Trumbull county. Asa Hutchins was a colonel in the war of 1812, a prominent man..."
Date:1880
Place:Ohio, USA
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Text:"... of Asa and Hannah (Bushnell) Hutchins, who emigrated from Hjirtford, Conn., and were among the early settlers of Ohio. Asa Hutchins was a colonel in the war of 1812, and died when Wells, the fourth child..."
Date:1904
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... and Hannah (Bushnell) Hutchins, who emigrated from Hartford, Conn., and were among the early settlers of Ohio. Asa Hutchins was a colonel in the war of 1812, and died when Wells, the fourth child, was twelve..."
Date:1904
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... Andrews and Lorena Hutchins, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Asa Hutchins and HannahBushnell, his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Thomas Bushnell and Rebecca Andrews, his wife. Gr..."
Date:1905
Publication place:Washington, District of Columbia, USA
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Text:"..., born in New York city, September 1, 1817; settled in Will county, in 18-17, where he engaged in dealing in real estate. He was married in 1837, to Mrs. HannahHutchins, born in Saratoga county, New York..."
Date:1884
Publication place:Chicago, Illinois, USA
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Text:"...646 RMr. Henry E. Simmons 647 RMr. Nathan Olds. Jr 648 BMrs. Elizabeth E. (Brown) Montgomery 649 RMr. Isaac Adams 650 EMr. John Hutchins 651 *MissHannahHutchins Sept. 3, 1861 652 RMrs. Mary..."
Date:Between 1715 and 1905
Place:Connecticut, USA
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Text:"... ward was married in April, 1872 r to Miss Mary E. Monroe, daughter of George Monroe, of Joliet, and has three children Josephine, George E. and Thomas. MRS. HANNAHHUTCHINS, farmer ; P. 0. Joliet..."
Date:1878
Place:Illinois, USA
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Text:"... in April, 1872, to Miss Mary E. Monroe, daughter of George Monroe, of Joliet, and has three children - Josephine, George B. and Thomas. MRS. HANNAHHUTCHINS, farmer ; P. 0. Joliet ; the widow of Wm. H..."
Date:1878
Place:Illinois, USA
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Text:".... Patey on Tues- day evening. Mrs. Nettle Thurrell of North Ber- wick is the guest of Mr. and Mrs, Daniel Frisbeo for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hutchins, Mrs. HannahHutchins and Ottrs. Edward..."
Date:Dec 19 1923
Publication:Portsmouth, New Hampshire, United States of America
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Text:"... a few days visit in Boston. Mr. arid Mrs. Donald Hutchins and Mrs. HannahHutchins motored to Eath this week for a visit with rela- tives. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Pinkham and family are visiting: relatives..."
Date:May 31 1924
Publication:Portsmouth, New Hampshire, United States of America
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Text:"..., m, Oct. 0, 1845, Mary L. Groat. [Sixth Geiii^riitlon,] 3116 i. HannahHutchins, eldest child of Hosanna Child and Samuel Hutchins. b. in Bath, N. H., Sept. 29, 1794, mMay 9, 1812, Hod. Ira Goodall..."
Date:1881
Publication place:Utica, New York, USA
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Text:".... July 10, 1844. at the age of seventy. [Sixth Generation.] Children: 3116. i. HannahHutchins, 1». Sept. 29, 1794, in. May 9, 1812, Ira Goodall. 3117. ii. Ezra C. Hutchins, b. April 10, 1796, in. Feb. 7..."
Date:1881
Publication place:Utica, New York, USA
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Text:"...- son. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Waldron and Mrs. Henry Moore and son arc spend- ing a few days in camp life at Acton. Mrs. HannahHutchins, who passed the winter with relatives in Maine, was a visitor at her..."
Date:June 22 1927
Publication:Portsmouth, New Hampshire, United States of America
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Text:"... little bed while playing with matches. The bed was thrown from a window before the fire damaged the house. Mrs. HannahHutchins, aged seventy- six years, of Paulding county, died at Delphos, where she had..."
Date:Nov 11 1915
Publication:Van Wert, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... of the lute Nathaniel Harvey will be held at the Epping Congregational church Friday at 2 .p. m. Portsmouth friends invited. Mrs. HannahHutchins The funeral of Mrs. Hannah Hutch- ins was held at the Freewill..."
Date:Jan 26 1928
Publication:Portsmouth, New Hampshire, United States of America
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Text:"... is offering great bar gains in real estate Lots 42x90 feet only seven squares from the Court House for improved property also at very low figures moh4d6t MrsHannahHutchins mother of night clerk Hutching..."
Date:Mar 9 1890
Publication:Logansport, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... Gou- of Palmer, Me., is the i day program. guest of Mrs. HannahHutchins, being 10.30. p. musicale. called here by the death of the Litter's 10-50 p. Lukashezsky, vio- ,.son' Donald. A 10-pound son..."
Date:Feb 12 1926
Publication:Portsmouth, New Hampshire, United States of America
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Text:"...'clock Monday morning. She was a member of the First M. E. church for years, and was well known in the city. She is survived by a son Charles, two sisters Mrs. HannahHutchins of Warren, and Mrs. Slaughenhaupt..."
Date:Feb 4 1919
Publication:Warren, Pennsylvania, United States of America