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Ancestors of Alexander" Dale** Leonard McKinley


      786. Conrad** (Brile) Broyles, born Jul 05, 1709 in Oetisheim, Wurrtenberg, Germany; died Sep 13, 1783 in Randolf Co. NC. He was the son of 1572. Johannes** (Broyles) Breyel and 1573. Ursula** Ruop. He married 787. Margaret** Rush Abt. 1735 in Rob. River Valley, Orange Co., VA.

      787. Margaret** Rush, born Abt. 1711.

More About Conrad** Broyles and Margaret** Rush:
Marriage: Abt. 1735, Rob. River Valley, Orange Co., VA
     
Children of Conrad** Broyles and Margaret** Rush are:
  i.   Mary Brile, born Abt. 1735 in Orange Co., VA; died Aft. 1816 in Randolph Co., NC; married Crawford Rush Abt. 1750 in Culpeper Co., VA; born 1720 in Culpeper Co., VA; died 1799 in Randolph Co., NC.
  More About Crawford Rush and Mary Brile:
Marriage: Abt. 1750, Culpeper Co., VA

  ii.   Michael Brile, born Abt. 1740 in Orange Co., VA; died 1771 in Rowan Co., NC; married Susannah Unknown Abt. 1768 in Rowan Co., NC; born Abt. 1742.
  More About Michael Brile and Susannah Unknown:
Marriage: Abt. 1768, Rowan Co., NC

  iii.   Frederick Brile, born Abt. 1745 in Orange Co., VA; died Aft. 1815 in Randolph Co., NC.
  iv.   Rachel Brile, born 1746 in , Orange, Va; died Feb 16, 1821 in North Carolina; married Jonas Hoover Abt. 1768; born 1746 in Strasburg, Bas-Rhin, Alsace-LorraineStrasburg,; died Jun 15, 1828 in Back Creek, Randolph, NC.
  More About Rachel Brile:
Name 2: Rachel Brile
Date born 2: Abt. 1750, Culpepper Co., VA
Died 2: Jan 28, 1843, Randolph Co., NC

  More About Jonas Hoover and Rachel Brile:
Marriage: Abt. 1768

  v.   Adam Brile, born Abt. 1750 in Culpeper Co., VA; married Elizabeth ? Speck Abt. 1770 in Randolph Co., NC; born Abt. 1750.
  More About Adam Brile and Elizabeth Speck:
Marriage: Abt. 1770, Randolph Co., NC

  393 vi.   Rebecca **(Broyles) Brile, born Aft. 1750 in Culpepper, VA; died 1828 in Montgomery Co. OH; married Sr. Fredrick** Sr Waymire 1770 in NC.
  vii.   Elizabeth ? Brile, born Abt. 1755 in Rowan Co., NC; married Peter Summy Abt. 1773; born Abt. 1753.
  More About Peter Summy and Elizabeth Brile:
Marriage: Abt. 1773

  viii.   George Brile, born Abt. 1755 in Rowan Co., NC; died Bet. 1785 - 1790.
  ix.   Susannah Brile, born Abt. 1760 in Rowan Co., NC; married Thomas Scrivner Sep 29, 1779 in Rowan Co., NC; born Abt. 1758.
  More About Thomas Scrivner and Susannah Brile:
Marriage: Sep 29, 1779, Rowan Co., NC



      788. Strangeman** Hutchins, born 1707 in Henrico Co. Va; died Feb 10, 1792 in Surry Co. NC (Yadkin Co.). He was the son of 1576. Jr. Nicolaus** Hutchins and 1577. Mary** Watkins. He married 789. Elizabeth** Cox 1731 in Hanover Co. , VA.

      789. Elizabeth** Cox, born Feb 25, 1712/13 in VA; died 1816 in North Carolina. She was the daughter of 1578. Richard** Cox and 1579. Mary** Trent.

Notes for Strangeman** Hutchins:

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Ancestral Lines

Besides the Hutchins, who possibly came to the Virginia Colony as early as 1625, there are several Immigrant Ancestral Lines in allied families, the Watkins, the Cox, the Stanley, the Barnett, the McGehee, the Harding, the Harris and the Trent families.

Strangeman Hutchins
Strangeman Hutchins, son of Nicholas, was born in Virginia, 1707, and died in Surry County, (now Yadkin County), North Carolina, Feb. 10, 1792. Strangeman probably lived in Henrico County until his marriage about 1731 to Elizabeth Cox, daughter of Richard and Mary Cox.

Elizabeth Cox was born Feb. 25, 1713 in Virginia, and died, according to Thomas W. Barnett, in North Carolina at the age of 103 years.

Some time after his marriage, Strangeman moved up the James River to Goochland County, along Genito Creek. Here he bought and occasionally sold land. In 1782 to 1785, when preparing to move to North Carolina, Strangeman disposed of land showing that he owned about 750 acres of which his son, John, had an interest in 250 acres.

Strangeman was a very prominent member of the Friends Church. There was a small meeting at Genito Creek, but his principal activity was at the great central meeting at Cedar Creek, in Hanover County. His name is first found on the Cedar Creek records in 1741. From that time until 1786, when he moved to North Carolina, his name is continually on the records as witness, on committees, as representative, as overseer, as clerk, as elder.

In 1782, Strangeman freed twelve slaves by a deed of Manumission.

As you read between the lines of the record, you realize that Strangeman was a man of amazing vitality, and of remarkable ability.

Strangeman had eleven children, Mary Brooks, Edith Stanley, John Hutchins, Nicholas Hutchins, Elizabeth Barnett, Obedience Harding, Thomas Hutchins, Jane Barnett, Milla Hutchins, Lydia Johnson and Benjamin Hutchins.



THE QUAKER CHURCH
The members of the Nicholas Hutchins family were birth right Quakers. T?Unknown understand their lives and affairs, one should study the Friends Church of that ear?Unknown period.

To the Quakers, religion was a serious matter to be taken into their daily live Church rules and discipline were strictly maintained. To them marriage was a chur?Unknown affair. No hasty marriages for them.

The parties must declare their Intentions at a monthly meeting. A committe?Unknown was appointed to investigate the clearness of the parties and report to the ne?Unknown monthly meeting. If a Quaker married a non-member, he was said to have "Marrie?Unknown Out of Unity", for which he or she was disowned unless the fault was condemned.

Complaint was made against members for unseemly conduct, dressing too gail?Unknown swearing, lying, frivolous talk, military service, gambling, drinking, not paying debt?Unknown holding slaves, absence from church, fighting, and for more serious offenses. And f?Unknown any of these might be disowned. A member was not allowed to go to Law, witho?Unknown the consent of the meeting.

But always the church appointed a committee to visit the erring member, t?Unknown help him see the error of his way.

A disowned member ceased to exist as far as the church was concerned. Ofte?Unknown parents did not allow a disowned heir to inherit.

The older Hutchins belonged to four meetings. In Henrico County, Virgini?Unknown several meetings were grouped under the name Henrico Meetings.

In upper Hanover County, near Montpelier, was located Cedar Creek Meetin?Unknown one of the most prominent in Virginia. A number of small meetings were located in i?Unknown territory. It was a Monthly Meeting, a Quarterly Meeting and a Yearly Meeting.

When the Hutchins moved to Surry County, North Carolina, and settled on t?Unknown branches of Forbush Creek, they placed their membership at Deep River Meetin?Unknown about thirty miles away. Soon services were held near at Deep Creek. In 1793, De?Unknown Creek became a separate meeting, with the Hutchins leading members.

Cedar Creek Meeting was abandoned long years ago. Deep Creek is still?Unknown strong, prosperous meeting. And recently, 1933, Charles Hutchins was its minister?Unknown


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LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT


of Strangeman Hutchins


Surry County, North Carolina--Will book three, page 5.
I, Strangeman Hutchins, of Surry County, and State of North Carolina, being desirous to settle my outward estate while in my sound senses and memory, and to prevent disputes after my death, do make this my last will and testament in the manner following;

First, I give to my beloved wife, Elizabeth Hutchins, all my personal estate, not here after given to any of my children or grand children, hereafter named, to dispose of as she may think proper, amongst my children and grand children.

Secondly, It is my will and desire, that John Standly shall have the tract of land he now lives on, containing seventy-five acres, being in the county above said, for his own property, provided he pay me or my executor the sum of twenty-five pounds Virginia money, by or before the twenty-fifth day of December, Anno Domino 1792, agreeable to a verbal contract made between him, the said John Standly and myself. If the money is not paid by that time, then it is my desire that my son, Benjamin Hutchins, shall have the seventy-five acres of land by settling and paying some demands that are against me in Virginia, and paying the balance of the above mentioned sum of twenty five pounds Virginia money to his mother.

Thirdly, I lend to my daughter, Mary Brooks, a tract of land containing fifty five acres, lying in Goochland County in Virginia, it being the land whereon my said daughter, Mary, now lives, during her natural life, provided she lives separate and apart from her husband, Samuel Robert Brooks. It is not my intent the said Brooks should live on my land, or have any part of my estate whatever, and after the death of my said daughter, Mary, then I give the said fifty five acres of land to my grand daughter, Elizabeth Stanley, daughter of my said daughter, Mary Brooks, to her and her heirs forever.

Fourthly, I lend to my daughter, Edith Standly, one feather bed, which she now has in her possession, during her natural life and then I give the said bed to my grand son, John Hutchins Stanley.

Fifthly, It is my will and desire that what ever I have already given to my sons and daughters hereafter named, the same shall remain in their possession forever: (to wit) John, Nicholas, Thomas and Benjamin Hutchins, Mary Brooks, Edith Stanley, Obedience Harding, and Jane Barnett.

And last, I appoint my son, Benjamin Hutchins, executor to this, my last will and testament, revoking all wills heretofore made by me. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and seal this ye 23rd day of ye 11th month, 1791.

Signed, sealed, published and declared to be the last will and testament of Strangeman Hutchins, in the presence of

Jonas Reynolds. his
Jonathan Johnson. Strangeman X Hutchins.
John Johnson. mark
(State seal)

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Dying Sayings of Strangeman Hutchins
Some sentences expressed by our ancient worthy Friend, Strangeman Hutchins, which was taken ill about ye middle of ye tenth month, 1791, and continued poorly until the ninth of ye second month following; great part of which time he seemed gradually to decline, in the course of which he uttered many weighty expressions, which not then being taken down can not be remembered; often praying to ye Almighty that he might bear his affliction with patience, and at times he desired to be dissolved if it might be the will of the Lord, saying that he thought his stay long here.

He was heard to say that he had been afraid that he had displeased his Creator, that was the cause He continued him here so long in affliction.

I?Unknown seemed to be returned in answer to him, that His Beloved Son who never disobeyed had suffered much more.

And that night before he departed this life, I took down his sentences?Unknown as he uttered them as near as I could collect them which was as follows--

"O Heaven bless me, O Lord, the Heavens cannot contain thy love. O Lord, have mercy upon me, and look down with thy penetrating eye and deliver me from all evil. O Lord, deliver me from every motion of sin; let me die that I may sing Thy praise for ever more."

He often times petitioned ye Lord for favor and mercy, and to deliver him from every evil motion while he was here in this prepared body.

"O that I could but die, it would be best for me so that I was out of this troublesome world. Lord bless me, Lord help me, O Heavens above preserve me (Unknown?Unknown) in fear of his Creator, so that He may bring honor and glory to His ever worthy name, who is worthy to be honored and adored for ever more."

"O that we might all be prepared so that when we come to lie upon a dying bed and a rolling pillow, we may have nothing to do but die."

"O Lord, let me die away, I humbly pray, O Lord, what shall I do, shall I go."

So he often complained and supplicated, "Lord receive me out of evil and out of all abomination." About this time his tongue began to falter much so he could be scarcely understood, but still seemed in a praying disposition, and often times prayed to be delivered (Unknown?Unknown) heart within.

And several times he spoke about ye living water and about ye true water in a broken manner, although afterward he spoke intelligibly and said--"O Holy, Holy Lord God Almighty, I am in an awful frame of mind and stand resigned to the Lord's will both soul and body." And almost every breath till the last seemed to supplicate or return thanks, and he grew so weak that he departed in the morning the 10th of the second month, A. D. 1792.

And I hope he has gone from works to reward.

The above was recorded by Sylvanus Hadley.

These sayings were in the possession of Mrs. Ella Whisler, Wabash, Ind. The paper was yellow with age and broken. Dashes indicate that words are missing.
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The Daughters of the American Revolution
Strangeman Hutchins was sixty eight years old when the Revolution began, and seventy one by the time the War reached Virginia. He was too old to take part in the War even if his Friends Faith had not forbidden. But he could perform Patriotic. Service.

A record of such Patriotic Service was found in Goochland County, and Mrs. Gussie Waymire Crider made application to the D. A. R. and proved the service. With her application was filed a photostat copy of the record of the Service, and also a copy of the Will of Strangeman Hutchins. A copy of this Booklet will also be on file.

Any member of the family desiring to join the D. A. R., will need but refer to the application of Mrs. Crider for proof of Service.
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Remark
Marrying Out of Unity meant that the parties married acording to the Law of the State instead of the Decree of the Church. The Quaker Church long ago rescinded its rule as to marriage.








[Brøderbund WFT Vol. 5, Ed. 1, Tree #2291, Date of Import: Jul 11, 2000]

OCT. 14, 1729 SIGNED A CERTIFICATE OF MARRIAGE FOR SISTER MARY HUTCHINS.

NOV. 3. 1729 SOLD LAND INHERITED FROM HIS FATHER.

NOV. 25, 1745 BOUGHT 200 ACRES OF LAND ON THE NORTH SIDE OF THE JAMES RIVER ADJOINING THE HIS OTHER LAND.

JUL. 16, 1748 SOLD 150 ACRES OF LAND ON THE NORTH SIDE OF THE JAMES RIVER.

MAR. 9,1749/50 BOUGHT 105 ACRES OF LAND ON A FORK OF THE TUCKAHOE CREEK.

JAN. 7,1760 BOUGHT 50 ACRES OF LANDADJOINING HIS OWN LAND.

MAY 1,1770 SOLD 60 ACRES OF LAND ON TUCKAHOE CREEK.

FURNISHED WHEAT DURING THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR.

AUG. 20,1780 SOLD 60 ACRES OF LAND ON TUCKAHOE CREEK.

MAR. 19, 1782 CLAIM ALLOWED FOR SERVICES RENDERED DURING THE WAR. (PHOTOSTATIC COPY IN DAR RECORDS.)

OCT. 21, 1782 FREED HIS TWELVE SLAVES.

FEB. 14, 1783 SOLD 316 ACRES OF LAND.

JAN. 14, 1786 GRANTED CERTIFICATES TO MOVE TO NC.

1786 EXEMPT ED FROM PAYING POLL TAX.[Fred-Waymire.FTW]

[Brøderbund WFT Vol. 5, Ed. 1, Tree #2291, Date of Import: Jul 11, 2000]

OCT. 14, 1729 SIGNED A CERTIFICATE OF MARRIAGE FOR SISTER MARY HUTCHINS.

NOV. 3. 1729 SOLD LAND INHERITED FROM HIS FATHER.

NOV. 25, 1745 BOUGHT 200 ACRES OF LAND ON THE NORTH SIDE OF THE JAMES RIVER ADJOINING THE HIS OTHER LAND.

JUL. 16, 1748 SOLD 150 ACRES OF LAND ON THE NORTH SIDE OF THE JAMES RIVER.

MAR. 9,1749/50 BOUGHT 105 ACRES OF LAND ON A FORK OF THE TUCKAHOE CREEK.

JAN. 7,1760 BOUGHT 50 ACRES OF LANDADJOINING HIS OWN LAND.

MAY 1,1770 SOLD 60 ACRES OF LAND ON TUCKAHOE CREEK.

FURNISHED WHEAT DURING THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR.

AUG. 20,1780 SOLD 60 ACRES OF LAND ON TUCKAHOE CREEK.

MAR. 19, 1782 CLAIM ALLOWED FOR SERVICES RENDERED DURING THE WAR. (PHOTOSTATIC COPY IN DAR RECORDS.)

OCT. 21, 1782 FREED HIS TWELVE SLAVES.

FEB. 14, 1783 SOLD 316 ACRES OF LAND.

JAN. 14, 1786 GRANTED CERTIFICATES TO MOVE TO NC.

1786 EXEMPT ED FROM PAYING POLL TAX.

More About Strangeman** Hutchins:
Name 2: Strangeman Hutchins
Date born 2: 1707, HENRICO CO., VA
Died 2: Feb 10, 1792, SURRY (YADKIN) CO., NC
See Notes: Genealogy Library. Com Sources

  Notes for Elizabeth** Cox:
The Cox Family
Elizabeth Cox, who married Strangeman Hutchins, was a daughter of Richard Cox and his wife, Mary. Richard Cox made his will in Henrico County, Va., July 13, 1734. In this he names his heirs, John Cox, Henry Cox, Mary Ford, Elizabeth Hutchins, Richard Cox, Obedience Perkins, Edith Whitloe, a grand son, Hickerson Cox, and his wife Mary. A deed made previous to the will shows that he had a daughter, Martha Ferguson.

Mary Cox, wife of Richard, was before her marriage Mary Trent, daughter of Henry Trent and his wife, Elizabeth. Henry Trent in his will made in Henrico County, Jan. 8, 1700, named as his heirs, Alexander Trent, Henry Trent, John Trent, William Trent, Mary Cox, wife of Richard Cox, Rebecca Trent, Susanna Trent, and his wife, Elizabeth.

Elizabeth Trent, born about 1657, wife of Henry Trent, was before her marriage Elizabeth Sherman, daughter of Henry and Cisly Sherman. And Cisly Sherman before her marriage to Henry Sherman, was the wife of Isaac Hutchins, whose will made in Henrico County, Feb. 23, 1656, named as his heirs, his minor son, Robert Hutchins, and his wife, Sisely.

John Cox was the father of Richard Cox. His will made in Henrico County, Feb. 10, 1691, named as his heirs his six sons, John Cox, William Cox, Bartholomew Cox, Richard Cox, Henry Cox, George Cox, and wife, Mary.

William Cox was the father of John Cox. Virginia descendants of the family, people of education and high standing concur in that statement. Mrs. Ella Foy O'Gorman, Washington, D. C., a descendant of Richard Cox through his son, Henry Cox, after years of patient investigation, says that Wililam Cox was the Immigrant Ancestor. As does Judge Edwin P. Cox, South Richmond, Va., a student for years of the family records, a descendant of John Cox through his son, George Cox.

William Cox, born 1598, died previous to 1656, came from England to Virginia,

1610--in the ship, "Godspeed".


1628--Sept. 20, had a grant of 100 acres in Elizabeth City County.


1636--Nov. 29, had a grant of 150 acres in Henrico County, on the James, two and
one-half miles above Harroe Addocks.
Wife, Elizabeth.


1642--Sept. 1, bought 250 acres in partnership with Isaac Hutchins at the mouth of
Falling Creek, along the James.


1665--Aug. 5, Thomas Cox, son and heir of William Cox, sold half of this 250 acres.


1685--Apr. 1, John Cox, Sen. of Harroe Addocks, made a deed of land to his son,
William Cox.


Harroe Addocks, or Arrohateck, was five or six miles above Dutch Gap. The William Cox grant, 1636, was possibly not far from the Mouth of Falling Creek.

More About Elizabeth** Cox:
Name 2: Elizabeth Cox
Died 2: 1816, SURRY (YADKIN) CO., NC
See Notes: More about Cox Family

More About Strangeman** Hutchins and Elizabeth** Cox:
Marriage 1: 1731, Hanover Co. , VA
Marriage 2: 1730, HENRICO CO., VA
     
Children of Strangeman** Hutchins and Elizabeth** Cox are:
  i.   Mary Hutchins, born Oct 17, 1733 in Henrico Co., VA; died Abt. Apr 1804 in Goochland Co. VA; married Samuel Robert Brooks May 08, 1762 in Cedar Creek Meeting- Hanover Co., VA; born WFT Est. 1713-1742; died WFT Est. 1767-1827.
  Notes for Mary Hutchins:
Excerpt from Strangeman's Will

Thirdly, I lend to daughter, Mary Brooks, a tract of land containing fifty-five acres, lying in Goochland County in Virginia, it being the land whereon my said daughter, Mary, now lives, during her nautral life , provided she lives separate and apart from her husband, Samuel Robert Brooks. It is not my intent the said Brooks should live on my land, or have any part of my estate whatever, and after the death of my said daughter, Mary, then I give that said fifty-five acres of land to my grand daughter, Elizabeth Stanley, daughter of my said daughter, Mary Brooks, to her and her heirs forever.

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1. MARY HUTCHINS
b. 10-17-1733, Va. d. 1804, Va. m. 5-8-1762, at Cedar Creek Meeting, Samuel Robert Broo?Unknown


1. Elizabeth Brooks 1. Jackson Stanley.
b. 3-5-1763, Va. 2. Gulielma Stanley.
d.
m. 7-4-1786, Va. 3. Mary Stanley.
Isaac Stanley. 4. Elizabeth Stanley.


Mary Brooks' will was made March 21, 1804, and probated in Goochland County, Va., June 18, 1804. The grand children are named in the will. Samuel Robert Brooks was disowned?Unknown 1-26-1766, by Cedar Creek Meeting for following the corrupt ways of the world.




  More About Mary Hutchins:
Date born 2: Oct 17, 1733, HENRICO CO., VA
Died 2: Bef. Jun 18, 1804, GOOCHLAND CO., VA
Religion: QUAKER
See Notes: Additional Info

  More About Samuel Robert Brooks:
Burial: Disowned by church
Religion: QUAKER

  More About Samuel Brooks and Mary Hutchins:
Marriage 1: May 08, 1762, Cedar Creek Meeting- Hanover Co., VA
Marriage 2: May 08, 1762, CAROLINE CO., VA

  ii.   Edith Hutchins, born Nov 15, 1736 in VA; died Jun 22, 1796 in Surry Co.,NC; married John Stanley Oct 16, 1754 in Quaker- Genita, Goochland, VA; born 1732 in Hanover Co., VA; died 1795 in Surry Co., NC.
  Notes for Edith Hutchins:
2. EDITH HUTCHINS
b. 11-15-1736, Va. d. 6-22-1796, N. C. m. 10-16-1754, John Stanley, d. 1795, N. Unknown?


The records of this family are very meager. There were four children, but we do not have dates of births and deaths. What we know is from the Quaker records.

1. John Hutchins Stanley At Deep Creek Meeting, 5-4-1796, complaint against Hutchins Stanley for going out Unknown?
marriage. This meeting therefore disowns him to be a member of this society.
married 7-13-1795, Ann Hoppis.
2. Mary Stanley married 12-6-1787, at Deep Creek Meeting, Jesse Stanley, son of Archelaus. Deep Riv?Unknown
record.
3. Elizabeth Stanley Deep River Record, 9-1-1788. Complaint against Elizabeth McCollum, formerly Stanley, Unknown?
marrying contrary to the discipline.
4. Milicent Stanley Deep River Record, 9-6-1790. Complaint against Milla Airs, formerly Stanley, married Unknown?
by Justice of Peace.


John Stanley's will made 2-24-1793, was probated May Term of Court, 1795. It mentions his daughters, Mary Stanley and Millicent Airs. His son, John Hutchins Stanley, is to receive his plantation, but his mother, Edith Stanley, and his grand mother, Elizabeth Hutchins, are to have a life interest in he land.


  More About Edith Hutchins:
Date born 2: Nov 15, 1736, HENRICO CO., VA
Died 2: Jun 22, 1796, SURRY CO., NC
Religion: QUAKER
See Notes: More Info

  More About John Stanley:
Died 2: 1795, SURRY CO., NC
Religion: QUAKER

  More About John Stanley and Edith Hutchins:
Marriage 1: Oct 16, 1754, Quaker- Genita, Goochland, VA
Marriage 2: Oct 16, 1754, GENITO, GOOCHLAND CO., VA

  iii.   John Hutchins, born Dec 23, 1738 in Goochland CO., VA; died 1825 in SURRY (YADKIN) CO., NC; married (1) Alice Stanley Dec 11, 1757 in Quaker- Cedar Creek MH- HANOVER CO., VA; born 1742 in Hanover Co.,VA; died Aft. Mar 01, 1784 in SURRY CO., NC; married (2) Jane Brasswell Mar 26, 1792 in SURRY (YADKIN) CO., NC; born Aft. 1755; died 1832.
  Notes for John Hutchins:
[Brøderbund WFT Vol. 5, Ed. 1, Tree #2291, Date of Import: Jul 11, 2000]

OCT 12, 1768 WILLIAM FORD DEEDED TO JOHN HUTCHINGS, BOTH OF GOOCHLAND CO., FOR THE CONSIDERATION OF 10 SHILLINGS, 6 ACRES OF LAND OF THOMAS FORD, THE SAID HUTCHINS ET AL. WITNESSED BY JAMES JOHNSON, SARAH HARDING, AND ANDERSON PEERS. (GOOCHLAND CO. DEED BOOK 9, PG 178-9)

DEED OF MATTHEW RIDDLE TO JOHN HUTCHINS, BOTH OF GOOCHLAND CO., IN CONSIDERATION OF 89 POUNDS, 50 ACRES ADJOINING PHILIP RYAN, JOHN JOHNSON AND JOHN HUTCHINS. WITNESSED BY ANTHANASIUS BARNETT, JESSE BLACKWELL, AND JANE BARNETT.

NOV 3. 1784 NC GRANT TO JOHN HUTCHINS FOR 350 ACRES ON BOTH SIDES MIDDLE FORK BLEWS (BELEWS?) CREEK ADJOINING VANDERPOOL, ROBERT DRENON, JOHN BRADLY AND CONDITIONAL LINE BETWEEN LINVILLE AND HUTCHINGS. BK C:21

NOV. 3, 1784 NC GRANT TO JOHN HUTCHENS FOR 100 ACRES SURRY CO., (BOTH OF THESE GRANTS, THE SAME DAY, ARE FROM SURY CO., NC, DEEDS 1771-1795)

OCT 20, 1788 JAMES REVIS & WIFE MARY TO JOHN HUTCHENS FOR 700 POUNDS, 378 ACRES ON THE NORTH FORK OF DEEP CREEK ADJOINING SIMON GROSS, FREDERICK SHORES EPRING BRANCH. WITNESSED BY JOHN JOHNSON, JOHN REAVIS, EDWARD CLANTON. (SURRY CO., NC, DEEDS 1771-1795 BK D:413)

1789 JOHN SLAVEN & ELIZABETH TO JOHN HUTCHIN, 130 ACRES BY SURVEY, 9 JUNE 1780, ON BLACK CREEK OF GREENBRIER RIVER, CORNER JACOB WARRICK. (AGUSTA CO., DEED BOOK NO. 26, PP 328, 587)

1790 CENSUS SURRY CO., NC.

1800 CENSUS SURRY CO., NC.

1810 CENSUS SURRY CO., NC.

1820 CENSUS SURRY CO., NC.




[Fred-Waymire.FTW]

[Brøderbund WFT Vol. 5, Ed. 1, Tree #2291, Date of Import: Jul 11, 2000]

OCT 12, 1768 WILLIAM FORD DEEDED TO JOHN HUTCHINGS, BOTH OF GOOCHLAND CO., FOR THE CONSIDERATION OF 10 SHILLINGS, 6 ACRES OF LAND OF THOMAS FORD, THE SAID HUTCHINS ET AL. WITNESSED BY JAMES JOHNSON, SARAH HARDING, AND ANDERSON PEERS. (GOOCHLAND CO. DEED BOOK 9, PG 178-9)

DEED OF MATTHEW RIDDLE TO JOHN HUTCHINS, BOTH OF GOOCHLAND CO., IN CONSIDERATION OF 89 POUNDS, 50 ACRES ADJOINING PHILIP RYAN, JOHN JOHNSON AND JOHN HUTCHINS. WITNESSED BY ANTHANASIUS BARNETT, JESSE BLACKWELL, AND JANE BARNETT.

NOV 3. 1784 NC GRANT TO JOHN HUTCHINS FOR 350 ACRES ON BOTH SIDES MIDDLE FORK BLEWS (BELEWS?) CREEK ADJOINING VANDERPOOL, ROBERT DRENON, JOHN BRADLY AND CONDITIONAL LINE BETWEEN LINVILLE AND HUTCHINGS. BK C:21

NOV. 3, 1784 NC GRANT TO JOHN HUTCHENS FOR 100 ACRES SURRY CO., (BOTH OF THESE GRANTS, THE SAME DAY, ARE FROM SURY CO., NC, DEEDS 1771-1795)

OCT 20, 1788 JAMES REVIS & WIFE MARY TO JOHN HUTCHENS FOR 700 POUNDS, 378 ACRES ON THE NORTH FORK OF DEEP CREEK ADJOINING SIMON GROSS, FREDERICK SHORES EPRING BRANCH. WITNESSED BY JOHN JOHNSON, JOHN REAVIS, EDWARD CLANTON. (SURRY CO., NC, DEEDS 1771-1795 BK D:413)

1789 JOHN SLAVEN & ELIZABETH TO JOHN HUTCHIN, 130 ACRES BY SURVEY, 9 JUNE 1780, ON BLACK CREEK OF GREENBRIER RIVER, CORNER JACOB WARRICK. (AGUSTA CO., DEED BOOK NO. 26, PP 328, 587)

1790 CENSUS SURRY CO., NC.

1800 CENSUS SURRY CO., NC.

1810 CENSUS SURRY CO., NC.

1820 CENSUS SURRY CO., NC.




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3. JOHN HUTCHINS
2-23-1738, Va. d. 1825, N. C. m. 12-11-1757, Va. Alice Stanley.
m. 3-26-1792, N. C. Jane Brasswell. d. 1832.


The records of this family are very incomplete. In Surry County, N. C. four of the sons, Jonathan, Thomas, William, and Patrick, carly married, had large families that can not be gotten exactly. A ** indicates that the person belongs, but has not been definitely located.

Nancy Hutchins 1. Susanah George. Children
b. Va. b. 2-17-1776, Va.
d. 2. Robert George.
m. 5-7-1775, Va. b. 1-20-1780, Va.
Analem George.


1. Susanah Hutchins m. 1806 Thomas Hutchins 1787-1855 7
b. 8-23-1784; d. 9-6-1865.
Jonathan Hutchins 2. Joseph Hutchins m. 1811 Hannah Stanley.
b. 2-28-1763, Va. b. 1785; d. m. 1819 Susanah Meckle 1800- 5
d. perhaps Indiana. 3. Ann Hutchins ** m. 1810 William Davis.
m. "Out" disowned at b. d.
Cedar Creek, 4. William Hutchins **
2-21-1783. b. 1790.
Soldier at capture 5. Elizabeth Hutchins m. 1813 Thomas Davis 1791-1881 9
of Yorktown. b. 1793; d. 9-19-1861.
6. Strangeman Hutchins m. 1831 Polly Rhodes 1810- 5
b. 1801; d.


Agntha Hutchinn Deep River Meeting, 1-11-1784. Agatha Hudspeth, formely Hutchins, disowned, M. O. U.
b. 1-21-1764, Va.


In 1850, was living in Marshall County, Tenn.
1. Daniel G. Bills ** m. Rachel Summers 1793- 5 5
Susanah Hutchins b. 1790; d.
b. 1-15-1769, Va. 2. John H. Bills ** m. Elizabeth 1795-
d. after 1850, Tenn. b. 1794; d.
m. 5-4-1786, N. C. 3. Thomas Bills ** m. Mary A. 1815-
William Bills. b. 1800; d.
b. 5-13-1766. 4. Jonathan Bills m. Nancy 1803- 4
b. 1803; d.


Mary Hutchins 1. William Bills m. Martha 1802- 6
b. 1-20-1771, Va. b. June 1804; d.
d. 2. Amos L. Bills m. 1834 Mary A. Dysart 1806-1883 4
m. disowned 9-1-1788 b. July, 1807; d. 1-4-1843.
Gersham Bills. 3. Mary D. Bills m. Gideon Dysart 1
b. 10-17-1767.
Both these Bills families probably much larger.


Elizabeth Hutchins Deep River Meeting, 2-17-1791, Elizabeth Cain, formerly Hutchins, disowned, M. O. U.
b. 1-12-1772, Va.


Thomas Hutchins
b. 11-23-1774, Va.
d. Deep River Meeting, 4-1-1797, complaint against Thomas Hutchins, M. O. U.
m. 12-18-1795, N. C.
Rachel Wells.


1. Polly Hutchins m. Calvin Kelly.
b. d.
2. Aquilla Hutchins m. Winnie Winn 7 10
b. 12-18-1804; d. 1900.
Strangeman Hutchins 3. Anderson Hutchins m. Jennie Winn 1814- 10
b. 9-15-1776, Va. b. 1806; d.
d. 4. Caroline Hutchins m. James Dodd.
m. 7-17-1799, N. C. b. d.
Charity Williams. 5. Charity Hutchins m. Robertson.
b. b. d. m. Moore.
d. after 18??0. m. Woolsey.
This family 6. Elizabeth Hutchins m. William Shores.
to Arkansas. b. d.
7. William Hutchins m. Gilmore 4
b. d.
8. Alice Hutchins m. Henry Heaton.
b. d.


William Hutchins
b. 8-14-1778, Va. Deep Creek Meeting, Dec. 1800, complaint against Strangeman, William, and Patrick
d. 1833 (Unknown?) Hutchins, M. O. U.
m. 7-11-1799, N. C.
Elizabeth King.


1. Nancy Hutchins ** m. 1816 Allen Willard 1790- 5
b. 1801; d.
2. Samuel Hutchins m. 1830 Lettie Algood 1810- 13
b. 180?Unknown; d.
3. Allie Hutchins m. 1824 Samuel Spillman 1808-1867 1 15
b. 4-14-1811; d. 4-15-1896.
Patrick Hutchins 4. Temperance Hutchins m. 1846 Isaac Michael.
b. 3-10-1781, Va. b. 1814; d.
d. after 1850. 5. Patrick Hutchins ** m. Nancy 6
m. "Out" disowned. b. 1815; d.
6. Berry Hutchins m. 1846 Charity Borum 1825- 8
b. 1816; d.
7. Isaac Hutchins m. Cata 6
b. 1822; d.
8. James Hutchins m. Jane 8
b. 1823; d.

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11. John Hutchins m. 1-21-1814, N. C. Children
b. about 1793, N. C. Elizabeth McCollum **
d.


12. Jesse Hutchins m. 6-25-1813, N. C.
b. Lydia Clarke **
d.


1. Marion Hutchins m. Foster 2 20
13. Alexander Balis b. d. m. Julia Cranfield 3
b. 2. Giles Hutchins m. Rebecca Shelton 1823- 6
d. 1827, N. C. b. 1822; d. 6-22-1912 m. Sarah Warren 1852- 3
m. 10-28-1814, N. C. 3. Jesse Hutchins m. Steelman 5
Margaret Pruett b. d. m. Horton 2 25
4. Milly Hutchins m. John H. Reavis 1819- 4
b. 1825; d.


14. Quintilla Hutchins Is said to have moved to Indiana.
b.
d.
m. 7-1-1815.
George C. Branson.


1. John Hutchins
b. 6-23-1824; d. 6-5-1825.
2. Gideon Hutchins m. 1849 Rebecca J. Short 1828- 9
b. 8-30-1826; d. 5-10-1900.
3. Jane Hutchins
b. 12-17-1828; d. 9-28-1829.
4. Nancy Hutchins
15. Elkanah Hutchins b. 8-25-1830; d. 9-17-1832.
b. 11-20-1803, N. C. 5. Brasswell Hutchins m. Caroline 11
d. 8-16-1891, Kan. b. 7-8-1832; d. July 1878.
m. 4-10-1822, N. C. 6. Balis Hutchins
Frances Pilcher. b. 8-18-1835; d. 7-7-1836.
b. 11-14-1803. 7. Mary Talitha Hutchins m. Samuel Hill 7
d. 7-7-1886. b. 7-29-1838; d.
8. Ellis B. Hutchins m. Aimira Starland 4 30
Moved to b. 7-21-1841; d. 1890.
Green Co., Ill. 9. Permeally Quintilla
b. 1-29-1843; d. 4-2-1840.
10. Delania Elkania m. 1871 Sarah Bell 3
b. 12-11-1845; d. 1893. m. 1876 Lucy Anderson 3
11. Elmyra Hutchins
b. 1852; d.


1. Caroline Hutchins m. Shelly Edmeston
b. about 1832; d.
2. John W. Hutchins m. Jane Shumate
b. 1834; d. 1916.
3. Anderson Hutchins
b. 1839; d. 1864 (war)
16. Ellis Hutchins 4. Adeline Hutchins m. 1862 Anderson Hutchins 1840-1863 2
b. 1805, N. C. b. 3-7-1842; d. Apr. 1910. m. 1865 William Hutchins 1842- 3
d. Ark. 5. Talitha Hutchins m. Warren Moore
m. N. C. b. 1845; d. m. 1868 J. R. Holland
Mary Shores. 6. Eliza Hutchins m. Joseph Hughes
b. 1812. b. 1848; d.
7. Jeanette Hutchins
b. 1852; d. about 1864.
8. A. E. Hutchins m. 1874 Florence Hanplman
b. 1855; d. m. Maggie Hama
9. E. W. Hutchins m. 1879 Antonia Hanna
b. 1859; d. m. Marie Graham
m. Annie Maxwell



Who Were the Parents of the Following?

** William Hutchins m. 1808 Elizabeth Whitchead
** Isaac Hutchins m. Catherine (Joiner) b. 1814 4 35
** Ellis Hutchins b. 1814 m. Eliza b. 1816 8
m. Sarah b. 1845
** Alexander Hutchins b. 1815 m. Catherine b. 1825 11
** Strangeman Hutchins b. 1815 m. Delana b. 1813 7
** William Hutchins b. 1815 m. 1832 Milly Pendry b. 1815 5
** Patrick Hutchins b. 1825 m. Mary b. 1825 6 40
** William L. Hutchins b. 1821 m. Letta D. b. 1833 6
** William G. Hutchins b. 1824 m. Mary A. b. 1823 3
** Frederick Hutchins b. 1825 m. 1844 Elizabeth Hunter b. 1825 3
** Thomas Hutchins b. 1805 m. 1821 Nancy Steelman
** Dr. Johnson Hutchins b. m. 1818 Susanah Adams 2
** Elizabeth Hutchins m. 1831 Daniel Branson
** Nancy Hutchins m. 1830 William Brown
** Isaac Hutchins m. 1837 Sarah Clingman
** Thomas Hutchins m. 1826 Rachel Lundy
** Enoch Hutchins b. 1800 m. 1821 Sarah Branson
** Rachel Hutchins b. 1808 m. Thomas Gross b. 1806 2 45
** William Hutchins b. 1823 m. 1848 Martha Mills b. 1831 3
** Sylvia Shugart b. 1802 8

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The great grand children of John Hutchins corresponding to the numbers at the right. In many families, we know this is not all the children. If all could be found, John Hutchins would probably have 600 to 800 great grand children.

(1 ) Denson, Jonathan, Gulielma, Elizabeth, Benjamin, Strangeman, Mary Hutchins.
(2 ) Elizabeth, Rebecca, James, Rachel, John Hutchins.
(3 ) Mary, Josiah, Ruth, Dinah, Hannah, Elizabeth, Rebecca, John C., Lucinda Davis.
(4 ) Mahala, Tyre, Delila, Elizabeth, Guielma Hutchins.
(5 ) G. W., Debora, Lawson, James, Plazbe Bills.
(6 ) Jonathan H., William D., Susan B., Daniel W. Bills.
(7 ) Martha E., Harvey W., Jefferson M., Jane C., Newlon C., Floyd A. Bills.
(8 ) Robert D., Gersham, John Amos, Mary Susanah Bills.
(9 ) Mary Dysart.
(10) James, Anderson, William, Dicey, Sylvanus, Elizabeth, Aquilla Hutchins.
(11) Mary, Charity, Dicy, Alfred, Henry, Caroline, Sarah, Marena, James, Aquilla Hutchins.
(12) John, Henry, Elizabeth, Charity Hutchins.
(13) Elkana, Benjamin, Romulus, Grace, Leander Willard.
(14) William, Catherine, Susan, Sarah, Jane, Biddy, Patrick, Eliza, Samuel, July, Nancy, John, Joseph
Hutchins.
(15) Nancy Spillman.
(16) Elizabeth, Samuel, Jennette, Emily, Claresy, George Hutchins.
(17) Catherine, William, James, Green, John, Tandy, John M., Lydia Hutchins.
(18) Lewis, Elizabeth, Dee, Hampton, Mary E., Octave Hutchins.
(19) Louisa, John, Elizabeth, Quintilla, Amos, James A., Nathan C., Samuel Hutchins.
(20-21) Columbus Balis, Fannie, John, Thomas Hutchins.
(22-23) Mary Ann, Emeline, Joseph Anse, John Boone, Sarah E., Maggie, Rose, May Alice, Minnie G.
Hutchins.
(24-25) Taylor, John, Charles, James, Nancy, Jefferson, Lee Hutchins.
(26) Giles, Strangeman, Nancy, Calvin Reavis.
(27) Sophronia, Douglas Hutchins. Seven died young.
(28) Horace, Elkhana, Mary, Lucius D., Julius C., Julia, Myra, Augustus, Gilbert, Ellen, Jasper
Hutchins.
(29) Jennie, Ellen, Calvin, Augustus, Charles, Frank, Samuel Hill.
(30) Charles, Alfred, Gideon, Lee Hutchins.
(31-32) Clara, Eva J., Gertrude, Calie, Clarence E., Walter A. Hutchins.
(33-34) W. P., E. A., Eliza, F. M., J. S. Hutchins,
(35) Mary, Lewis W., Miles A., Frances C. Hutchins.
(36) Ruth J., William A., Francis E., Mary E., Alely M., John H. Emery, Robert E. Hutchins.
(37) Ellis, Barbara, Lucy, Alexander, Theophilus, Anely, Giles, Jesse, Willie F., Willis, Joseph Hutchins
(38) Nancy, William, Daniel, John, Benjamin, Nicholas, Nathan Hutchins.
(39) Elizabeth, Thomas, Alexander, Nancy, Silas Hutchins.
(40) Sarah, Isaac, Quintilla, Lucinda, John H., James Hutchins.
(41) Amos L., Mary L., Sarah A., Henry A., Lee, William A. Hutchins.
(42) M. E., Wiley J., Columbus F. Hutchins.
(43) James, Thomas, Joseph Hutchins.
(44) Jane M., Lydia Hutchins.
(45) Jesse F., Rebecca J. Hutchins.
(46) William Riley, Jacob, Andrew Hutchins.
(47) Clingman, Isaac D., Mary, Lewis, Eli, Lucinda, Rhoda, Russel Shugart






  More About John Hutchins:
Date born 2: Feb 23, 1737/38, VA
Died 2: 1825, North Carolina
Religion: QUAKER
See Notes: More Info

  More About Alice Stanley:
Religion: QUAKER

  More About John Hutchins and Alice Stanley:
Marriage 1: Dec 11, 1757, Quaker- Cedar Creek MH- HANOVER CO., VA
Marriage 2: Dec 11, 1757, VA

  iv.   Nicholas Hutchins, born Jan 09, 1739/40 in Henrico Co., VA; died Oct 04, 1825 in Surry Co., NC; married (1) Sarah Ladd Jul 01, 1764 in Quaker-Wayne Oak MH-Charles City Co., VA; born 1744 in CHARLES CITY CO., VA; died Feb 22, 1808 in Surry Co., NC; married (2) Lydia Carter Dec 20, 1809 in North Carolina; born WFT Est. 1738-1791; died WFT Est. 1812-1880.
  Notes for Nicholas Hutchins:
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4. NICHOLAS HUTCHINS
b. 1-9-1740, Va. d. 10-4-1825, N. C. m. 7-1-1764, Va. Sarah Ladd, d. 2-22-1808, N. C.
m. 12-20-1809, N. C. Lydia Carter.


Children
1. David Hutchins m. Martha P. Bales 1804-1888 8
b. 7-15-1791; d. 2-10-1857
1. Strangeman Hutchins 2. Simeon Hutchins
b. 12-17-1765, Va.
d. 11-19-1835, N. C.
m. 1790, N. C. 3. Mararet Hutchins m. 1810 William Stanley 4
Mary E. Holcomb b. d.
b. 1768 4. Amos Hutchins m. Sarah Rhodes 1800- 8
d. 3-18-1838, N. C. b. 4-22-1809; d. 2-29-1890
5. George Hutchins m. 1829 Linda Harvel 8
b. 4-10-1809; d. 2-29-1890 m. 1848 Jessie Snead 1825-1899 10 5


1. Sarah Johnson
b. 11-7-1788; d.
2. Mary Hutchins 2. Elijah Johnson
b. 10-1-1767, Va. b. 6-18-1790; d.
d.
m. 2-7-1785, N. C. 3. James Johnson
Archelaus Johnson b. 7-1-1792; d.
b. 7-15-1764, Va. 4. Gideon Johnson
d. b. 3-9-1794; d.
Living north of 5. Mary Johnson
Dayton, O., 182?Unknown b. 11-20-1795; d.
6. Robert Johnson
b. 3-15-1798; d.


1. Hezekiah Hutchins m. 1813 Clara Spain 1791-1879 9
3. James Hutchins b. 10-14-1793; d. 10-5-1877
b. 1-1?Unknown-1773, Va. 2. Ke??iah Hutchins
d. 3-14-1840, Ohio b. 5-9-1796; d. young
m. 1-10-1793, N. C. 3. Durius Hutchins m. 1854 Mary E. Ennis 1838-1886 2
Sarah Hough b. 12-3-1798; d. 8-22-1878
b. 10-22-1770 4. Mary Ann Hutchins m. 1821 James Johnson 1792-1871 12
d. 12-18-1860, Ohio b. 2-4-1801; d. 4-25-1884
Perhaps Mary and Ann.


4. Elizabeth Hutchins
b. 11-30-1774, Va.
d. 9-30-1840, N. C.
Unmarried.


1. Rachel Hutchins m. 1822 Elijah Stanley 1798-1864 Unknown?
b. 5-18-1803; d. about 1864.
2. Sarah Hutchins m. 1822 John Adams -1836 7 10
b. 10-3-1804; d.
3. Nicholas Hutchins m. Elizabeth Rhodes 1809- 5
b. 2-2-1806; d.
5. John Hutchins 4. Vestal Hutchins m. 1838 Betty Jester 1818- 12
b. 6-30-1777, Va. b. 2-2-1808; d.
d. 6-3-1855, N. C. 5. Judith Hutchins m. George Potts
m. 7-1-1802, N. C. b. 12-8-1809; d.
Elizabeth Vestal 6. Thompson Hutchins m. 1834 Sarah C. Phillips 1818-1907 16
b. 4-15-1786 b. 9-8-1811; d. 9-9-1884.
d. 9-30-1840, N. C. 7. Charles Hutchins m. 1835 Lydia Vestal 1816- 8
m. 11-18-1841, N. C. b. 11-10-1813; d.
Anna Bond 8. Zachury Hutchins m. Peggy Jester
b. 8-26-1794 b. 9-18-1815; d.
d. 3-10-1858, N. C. 9. Amy Hutchins m. William Mikels
He was a Frlenda b. 11-23-1817; d.
minister. 10. Elizabeth Hutchins m. Thomas Caudle
b. 2-11-1821; d.
11. Rhoda Hutchins m. Nathan J. Bond
b. 3-8-1824; d.
12. John Unknown?. Hutchins m. 1846 Elizabeth Tolbert 1827- 7 15
b. 12-18-1825; d.
13. Isaac Hutchins m. Susan Norman 1833-1920 8
b. 9-21-1828; d. 4-9-1893.


1. Joel Hutchins m. 1833 Polly Calloway 6
b. 1-14-1810; d.
2. Nicholas Hutchins m. 1831
b. 4-22-1812; d.
3. Daniel Hutchins m. 1836 Lydia Johnson 1812- 4
6. Benjamin Hutchins b. 10-Unknown?0-1814; d.
b. 9-1?Unknown-1779, Va. 4. Sarah Hutchins m. 1836 Joshus Williams 1811- 11
d. 4-15-1830, N. C. b. 5-19-1817; d.
m. 2-22-1809, N. C. 5. Phebe Hutchins m. Pleasant Williams
Rebecca Thompson b. 10-14-1822; d.
b. 12-8-1792. 6. Gideon Hutchins m. Elizabeth Bimum -1852
b. 4-25-1825; d. 4-10-1902. m. Cleo Corum 1886-1885 7 20
7. Benjamin Hutchins m. 1847 Margaret D. Vestal 1829- 5
b. 10-25-1825; d.
8. Rebecca Hutchins m. Daniel Mackie 1827- 1
b. 8-5-1828; d.


7. Sarah Hutchins.
b. 8-3-1782, Va.
d. 1806 (Unknown)
m. 8-9-1802, N. C.
Silas Hobnon.

The great grand children of Nicholas Hutchins, corresponding to the numbers on the right.

(1 ) Mary D., Elizabeth, Asa B., Ruth, Anna, Romulus, Martha, Jacob Hutchins.
(2 ) Jonathan, Rachel, Margaret, Mary Stanley.
(3 ) William D., John R., David, Mary, Hezekiah, James Lemuel, Sarah, Richard Hutchins.
(4-5) Margaret, Elvina, Rachel Delany, Jesse Franklin, Columbus Vestal, Sarah A., Emilla Sapona,
Mo?Unknown Wood, John W., Thomas, William, Mary, George, Guston C., Amos Larkin, Julius W., David,
Milly J. Hutchins.
(6 ) Ira, Emily, Enos, Sarah, Keziah, Thomas, Moses, James Hutchins.
(7 ) Sarah, Owen E. Hutchins.
(8 ) Anderson H., Elijah, Sarah, William, Rhoda, Isaac, David, James, Hibbard, Jesse, Mary A., Julia
A. Johnson.
(9 ) John E., Vestal, Judith, Mary, Elizabeth, Amy Stanley.
(10) Zachariah, Caroline, Elizabeth, Zemri, Daniel, Mahlon, Thomas Adams.
(11) Elwood, Rachal, Elizabeth, Phebe, William Hutchins.
(12) William S., James L., Mary E., Thomas J., Nathan, Saphrona N., Delphina, John, Mahlon, Salina,
Rose Ann, Lilla Bell Hutchins.
(13) Sanford, William Vestal, Elizabeth, Mary Jane, John, Abraham, Tyra, Elijah, Nancy, Jesse,
Sarah Ann, Thomas, Dayton, Isaac Harlan, Mahlon Adolf, Hulda K. Hutchins.
(14) Mary A., Daniel, John V., Margaret, Meneth, Nicholas, Martha J., Jesse C. Hutchins.
(15) William, Charles E., Rhoda Ann, (Unknown?Unknown), (Unknown?Unknown), (Unknown?Unknown), (Unknown?Unknown), Hutchins.
(16) Elizabeth, Rhoda, Emily Mahala, Lewis T., John E., David F., Vica P., Gurney Hutchins.
(17) James, Teresa, Sarah, Frances, Martha, Nicholas Hutchins.
(18) Elizabeth, Nancy, Rebecca, Lettice J. Hutchins.
(19) Aggie Paulina, Rebecca Elmira, Mary Jane, Wm. Christopher, Joshua Wade, Sarah Ann, James
B., Martha, Franklin, Parmelia Lena, Amanda Williams.
(20) Eugene, James, Benjamin, Laura, Emma, Edward, Daniel Hutchins.
(21) Daniel M., Sarah J., William, Benjamin, Mealy O. Hutchins.
(22) Zilpha Mackie.
[Brøderbund WFT Vol. 5, Ed. 1, Tree #2291, Date of Import: Jul 11, 2000]

MAR 28, 1784 ROBERT AYERS & WIFE RACHEL TO NICHOLAS HUTCHENS FOR 20 POUNDS, 203 ACRES ON THE NORTH FORK OF FORBIS CREEK ADJOINING HENRY AYERS & JOSEPH AYERS. WITNESSED BY JESSE COUNCILL, BEN BURCH, JOHN AYERS. ( SURRY CO., NC DEEDS 1771-1795 BK C:86)

NOV 9, 1786 NC GRANT TO NICHOLAS HUTCHENS FOR 400 ACRES ON THE MIDDLE FORK OF FORBIS CREEK.

NOV. 9 1786 NC GRANT TO NICHOLAS HUTCHENS FOR 50 ACRES ON SOUTH FORK OF THE NORTH FORK OF FORBIS CREEK. (BOTH FROM SURRY CO., NC, DEEDS 1771-1795 BK C:379)

1787 NICHOLAS HUTCHINS AN OVERSEER ON THE ROAD FROM JAMES SANDERS'S ON HUNTING CREEK TO YELLOW BANK FORD ON THE YADKIN RIVER NEAR RICHMOND. (FROM THE MINUTES OF THE SURRY CO., NC, COURT OF PLEAS & QUARTER SESSIONS, 1771-1790)

1790 CENSUS SURRY CO., NC. SALISBURY DISTRICT.

1810 CENSUS SURRY CO., NC.
[Fred-Waymire.FTW]

[Brøderbund WFT Vol. 5, Ed. 1, Tree #2291, Date of Import: Jul 11, 2000]

MAR 28, 1784 ROBERT AYERS & WIFE RACHEL TO NICHOLAS HUTCHENS FOR 20 POUNDS, 203 ACRES ON THE NORTH FORK OF FORBIS CREEK ADJOINING HENRY AYERS & JOSEPH AYERS. WITNESSED BY JESSE COUNCILL, BEN BURCH, JOHN AYERS. ( SURRY CO., NC DEEDS 1771-1795 BK C:86)

NOV 9, 1786 NC GRANT TO NICHOLAS HUTCHENS FOR 400 ACRES ON THE MIDDLE FORK OF FORBIS CREEK.

NOV. 9 1786 NC GRANT TO NICHOLAS HUTCHENS FOR 50 ACRES ON SOUTH FORK OF THE NORTH FORK OF FORBIS CREEK. (BOTH FROM SURRY CO., NC, DEEDS 1771-1795 BK C:379)

1787 NICHOLAS HUTCHINS AN OVERSEER ON THE ROAD FROM JAMES SANDERS'S ON HUNTING CREEK TO YELLOW BANK FORD ON THE YADKIN RIVER NEAR RICHMOND. (FROM THE MINUTES OF THE SURRY CO., NC, COURT OF PLEAS & QUARTER SESSIONS, 1771-1790)

1790 CENSUS SURRY CO., NC. SALISBURY DISTRICT.

1810 CENSUS SURRY CO., NC.


  More About Nicholas Hutchins:
Date born 2: Jan 09, 1739/40, HENRICO CO., VA
Died 2: Oct 04, 1825, SURRY (YADKIN) CO., NC
Occupation: FARMER
Religion: QUAKER
See Notes: More Info

  More About Sarah Ladd:
Died 2: Feb 22, 1808, SURRY (YADKIN) CO., NC

  Marriage Notes for Nicholas Hutchins and Sarah Ladd:
Encyclopedia of Quaker Genealogy, Vol VI, Henrico Monthly Meeting, Page 184


  More About Nicholas Hutchins and Sarah Ladd:
Marriage 1: Jul 01, 1764, Quaker-Wayne Oak MH-Charles City Co., VA
Marriage 2: Jul 01, 1764, CHARLES CITY CO., VA
Quakers: Jun 03, 1764, See Marriage Notes

  v.   Thomas Hutchins, born Jul 20, 1741 in Goochland Co., VA; died 1802 in Surry Co., NC; married (1) Patty Chiles Jun 12, 1773 in Cedar Creek Meeting- Hanover Co., VA; born Mar 09, 1757 in Virginia; died Bef. Apr 1780 in Virginia; married (2) Susannah Ladd Mar 05, 1780 in Frs MH- CHARLES CITY CO., VA; born WFT Est. 1742-1768; died 1806 in SURRY CO., NC.
  Notes for Thomas Hutchins:
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7. THOMAS HUTCHINS
b. 7-20-1746, Va. d. (Unknown?Unknown) 1802, N. C. m. 6-12-1773, Va. Patty Chiles, b. 3-9-1757.
m. 4-1-1780, Va. Susanah Ladd, d. 1806.


1. Ann Hutchins Archelaus, twice married, had twelve children. Probably most or nearly all were children of
b. about 1775, Va. Ann. Order of births not known.
d.
m. 1798. 1. Martha (Patty) Elmore married Jacob Coppock.
Archelaus Elmore. 2. Elizabeth Elmore married Branson Mills. 3. Earah Elmore married David C. Martin.
b. 4. Joel Elmore. 5. Mary Elmore. 6. Nancy Elmore. 7. Jesse Elmore.
d. 1832. 8. Thomas Elmore. 9. Allen Elmore. 10. Benjamin Elmore.
To Lost Creek Mtg. 11. John Elmore, b. 1820. 12. James Elmore. b. 1823.
Tenn. 11-2-1801.


2. Elizabeth Hutchins Elizabeth Smith, formerly Hutchins was disowned by Deep River Meeting, 3-6-1797, M. O. U.
b.


3. Mary Hutchins
b. about 1781, Va. A Friends marriage at Deep Creek Meeting.
m. 9-9-1802, N. C.
Thomas Brown.


1. William Hough m. 1826 Keziah Huff 1804-1862 6
b. 8-12-1805; d. 2-2-1876. m. 1869 Eliza Clingerman.
2. Thomas Hough Unmarried.
b. 10-29-1806; d. 7-21-1834.
3. Israel Hough m. Lydia Woodard 1814- 4
b. 12-29-1808; d. 10-10-1850.
4. Gulielma Hutchins 4. Hiram Hough m. Anna Hubbard 1812-1860 2
b. 10-18-1783, Va. b. 12-16-1810; d. 7-19-1878. m. Sarah Jones 1821-
d. 5-2-1859, Ind. m. Hannah Mendenhall.
m. 11-8-1804, N. C. 5. Mary Hough Unmarried.
Jonathan Hough b. 6-3-1813; d. 1836.
b. 4-6-1784. 6. Lydia Hough m. 1838 Levi Jessop.
d. 9-28-1867, Ind. b. 1-16-1816; d. 11-1-1838.
7. Zeri Hough m. Miriam Hubbard.
Burled at b. 12-27-1817; d.
Fountain City. 8. Moses Hough m. Peninah Woodard 1828-1904 7
b. 5-26-1820; d. 5-20-1888.
9. Susanah Hough m. 1852 Thomas Teas 2 5
b. 1-20-1822; d. 4-8-1855.
10. Gulielma Hough m. John Benson 3
b. 7-28-1825; d. 2-21-1912.


1. Denson Hutchins m. 1831 Mary Hollingsworth 1810- 10
b. 7-14-1807; d. 9-10-1861.
2. Jonathan Hutchins m. 1831 Jane Cranor 1810-1879 3
b. 1810; d. 1883.
5. Thomas Hutchins 3. Gullelma Hutchins Unmarried.
b. 4-7-1787, N. C. b. 8-17-1812; d. 2-23-1855.
d. 3-11-1855; Ind. 4. Elizabeth Hutchins m. Joseph Study 1807- 2
m. 7-30-1806, N. C. b. 1816; d.
Susanah Hutchins 5. Benjamin Hutchins m. 1839 Louisa Cox 1822-1855 1 10
b. 3-28-1784, Va. b. 3-28-1818; d. 2-28-1892. m. Dorcas 1827-1889
d. 9-6-1865, Ind. 6. Strangeman Hutchins m. 1847 Levisah Turner 1827-1869 9
b. 4-14-1821; d. 8-5-1903. m. Martha Mace.
Buried at m. 1874 Zerilda Routh 1828-1896
Williamsburg. m. Sency Jenkins.
7. Mary Hutchins m. Robert Aiken 1814-1902
b. 10-20-1824; d. 5-23-1912.


1. William Hutchins m. Amy 1821- 3
b. 1818; d. 1853.
2. Susanah Hutchins m. 1844 Drury Davis 1823-1899 5
b. 9-19-1820; d. 6-1-1896.
6. Benjamin Hutchins 3. Thomas Hutchins m. 1846 Letitia Veale 1827-1891 4
b. 4-3-1793, N. C. b. 4-16-1823; d. 3-18-1899.
d. 2-18-1875, Ind. 4. Jason Hutchins m. 1851 Sarah Study 2 15
m. 11-10-1817, Ind. b. 1828; d.
Martha Johnson 5. Sarah Hutchins
b. 5-16-1795. b. ; d. 1-24-1829.
d. 12-14-1870, Ind. 6. Stephen Hutchins
b. ; d. 2-27-1882.
Buried at 7. Samuel Hutchins m. 1861 Ann Eliza Maule 1839-1875 3
Williamsburg. b. 9-11-1834; d. 2-23-1871.
8. Mary Ann Hutchins
b. 8-12-1837; d. 4-10-1844.



DATES
The dates given have been taken from the Quaker Records, from Grave Stones, from the Census Records, from Bible Records, from Marriage Bonds, from County Records.

It is not always possible to get the exact date of marriage from the Quaker Records. The Intentions were declared at church. But often the marriage took place at home and was reported to the next monthly meeting as accomplished. We have often used the date of the intentions as the nearest we could find.

When a Quaker married contrary to the discipline, often the only date of record was the date complaint was made, which might be months after the marriage.

The date on a marriage bond might precede the marriage by days

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The great grand children of Thomas Hutchins, corresponding to the numbers at the right.

(1 ) Daniel, Lydia, Jane, Emily, Mary, Elizabeth Hough.
(2 ) Mahala, Benjamin, Miriam, Sarah Elinor Hough.
(3 ) Jeremiah, Angeline Hough.
(4 ) Thomas Clarkson, Addison, Jane, Melissa, Martha, Ella, Emma Hough.
(5 ) William, Susan Teas.
(6 ) Thomas, Jennie, Albert Benson.
(7 ) Malissa, Tamer, Benjamin, Aquilla, Samuel, William, Thomas, Jonathan, Alonza, Denson Hutchins.
(8 ) Thomas A., John Ottwell Hutchins.
(9 ) George, Mary Study.
(10) Quintilla Hutchins.
(11) Charles, Susan, Ruth, Thomas, Gulielma, Mary, Alkana, Sarah, Arthur Hutchins.
(12) Martha Alice, Elizabeth A., Stephen C. Hutchins.
(13) John, Mary Ann, Harvey, Martha Alice, Frank Davis.
(14) May A., Amanda A., Linaes, Eva Hutchins.
(15) Susan Hutchins.
(16) Cora, Andrew J. Hutchins

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1790 CENSUS SURRY CO., NC. SALISBURY DISTRICT.

NOV 17, 1791 DAVID REAVES OF RUTHERFORD CO., NC TO THOMAS HUTCHENS FOR 100 POUNDS, 119 ACRES ON THE NORTH FORK OF DEEP CREEK ADJOINING JAMES REAVES AND JOHN STANFIELD. WITNESSED BY HENRY SPEEER, JOHN STANFIELD, JAMES (X) CAIN. (SURRY CO., NC, DEEDS 1771-1795, BK E:152)

NOV 18, 1791 JAMES REAVIS TO THOMAS HUTCHENS FOR 40 POUNDS, 40 ACRES ON THE NORTH SIDE OF DEEP CREEK. WITNESSED BY JOSEPH REAVIS, JAMES REAVIS, DAVID REAVIS. (DEEDS BK E:242)

JULY 15, 1794 DANIEL LIVERTON TO THOMAS HUTCHEN FOR 60 POUNDS, 300 ACRES ON THE SOUTH FORK OF FORBIS CREEK ADJOINING BENJAMIN HUTCHENS. WITNESSED BY JOHN JOHNSON, BENJAMIN JOHNSON. (SURRY CO., NC, DEEDS BK F:175)

1800 CENSUS SURRY CO., NC.
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1790 CENSUS SURRY CO., NC. SALISBURY DISTRICT.

NOV 17, 1791 DAVID REAVES OF RUTHERFORD CO., NC TO THOMAS HUTCHENS FOR 100 POUNDS, 119 ACRES ON THE NORTH FORK OF DEEP CREEK ADJOINING JAMES REAVES AND JOHN STANFIELD. WITNESSED BY HENRY SPEEER, JOHN STANFIELD, JAMES (X) CAIN. (SURRY CO., NC, DEEDS 1771-1795, BK E:152)

NOV 18, 1791 JAMES REAVIS TO THOMAS HUTCHENS FOR 40 POUNDS, 40 ACRES ON THE NORTH SIDE OF DEEP CREEK. WITNESSED BY JOSEPH REAVIS, JAMES REAVIS, DAVID REAVIS. (DEEDS BK E:242)

JULY 15, 1794 DANIEL LIVERTON TO THOMAS HUTCHEN FOR 60 POUNDS, 300 ACRES ON THE SOUTH FORK OF FORBIS CREEK ADJOINING BENJAMIN HUTCHENS. WITNESSED BY JOHN JOHNSON, BENJAMIN JOHNSON. (SURRY CO., NC, DEEDS BK F:175)

1800 CENSUS SURRY CO., NC.


  More About Thomas Hutchins:
Date born 2: Jul 20, 1746, HENRICO CO., VA
Died 2: Bef. May 1802, SURRY (YADKIN) CO., NC
Occupation: FARMER
Religion: QUAKER
See Notes: More Info

  More About Susannah Ladd:
Name 2: Susanah Ladd
Died 2: 1806

  More About Thomas Hutchins and Susannah Ladd:
Marriage 1: Mar 05, 1780, Frs MH- CHARLES CITY CO., VA
Marriage 2: Apr 01, 1780, VA

  vi.   Elizabeth Hutchins, born Dec 13, 1742 in VA; died Bef. 1786 in VA; married John Barnett Sep 12, 1767 in Hannover Co. VA- Quaker, Cedar Creek MM; born 1712 in England, or Jamestown, VA; died 1797 in Amherst Co., VA.
  Notes for Elizabeth Hutchins:
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5. ELIZABETH HUTCHINS
b. 12-13-1742, Va. d. (Unknown?Unknown) m. 9-12-1767, John Barnett, b. 1712, Va. d. 1797, Va.


We have been unable to find this family. The marriage is recorded in the Cedar Creek Neeti?Unknown records. These records, fourth month, 1786, show that they had a daughter, Obedience.


THE BARNETT FAMILY
Thomas W. Barnett, who lived in Fulton County, Ind., and who is named in the family of Jane Barnett, wrote a short history of the family in 1857.

He says--"John Barnett, my great, great grandfather, was born 1680 in the vicinity of James town, Va., and died there 1765. My great grandfather was named John also. He was born 1712, and died 1797. He was born, lived and died in the land of his fathers. Each of them was the only son in his family."

Thomas W. Barnett's mother was Elizabeth Hutchins. Of this family he says: "My great grandfather's name was Strangeman Hutchins. Why that singular name was given him, I know not, unless it was because his parents thought it strange that a man child should be born unto them, for I believe he was their only son. He was a minister of the Friends Faith. His word was law among his children, and they obeyed him to the letter. His wife lived to the advanced age of 103 and died in N. Carolina."

Elizabeth Barnett Mendenhall, aunt of Thomas W., left the record that John Barnett, 1712, had for wife, Ann. His children were Arthanacious, who married Jane Hutchins; Ann, who married John Epperson; and Martha, who married Frank Epperson. There were two other children whose names were not known.

90. John Barnett, born 1712 in England or Jamestown, Virginia; died 1797 in Amherst County, Vrginia. He was the son of 180. John Barnett and 181. Anne Unknown. He married 91. Elizabeth Hutchins September 12, 1767 in Cedar Creek, Virginia.

91. Elizabeth Hutchins, born December 13, 1742 in Virginia; died Bef. 1786. She was the daughter of 182. Strangeman Hutchins and 183. Elizabeth Cox.

Notes for John Barnett:

Was a private in the Revolutionary War under Captain Benjamin Biggs. Is registered with the Daughters of the American Revolution. #410409. Also a Quaker, lived in Jamestown. See "War Dept. Records," Congressional Library, Washington, D.C. 7 Virginia Records, War Dept., 147-1 and 3. 14 Virginia Records, War Dept.. 263-2. Return of non. com. officers and privates Capt. Biggs VA Line Fort. Pt. in actual service, having enlisted for war and serves upwards of three years are entitled to warrants of land for such service. June 24, 1783.John Barnett's name is in list of private soldiers given with above. May have been born in Jamestown. Second marriage was to daughter-in-law's sister. See note under this John Barnett's father. Elizabeth Barnett Mendenhall, aunt of Thomas W. Barnett, left the record that John Barnett, 1712, had for wife, Ann, and listed the children. Two children had names not known.

Copied from the Descendants of John Barnett\\

1768-8mo-13 John Barnett and wife Elizabeth under care of this Monthly Meeting; complained of for having given birth to a child seven months after marriage; they are cleared later.

1768-3 mo-12 Strangeman Hutchins released as overseer of Genito Mtg and John Barnett chosen as overseer in his place.

1770-4mo-14 John Barnett requests to be released as overseer of Genito Mtg.
(Might Elizabeth have died about this time?)

1786-7mo-8 John Barnett, Genito Mtg, disowned; married contrary to discipline.
(If this was the same John his wife Elizabeth was dead by 1786.)

Thomas W. Barnett, grandson of Arthancious and Jane left a diary, excellent records, and a short history of the old Barnett and Hutchins families, written in 1857.
In this history he said,

"John Barnett, my great, great grandfather, was born 1680 in the vicinity of Jamestown, VA, and died there in 1765. My great grandfather was named John also. He was born in 1712 and died 1797. He was born, lived,a and died in the land of his fathers. Each of them was the only son in his family".

Copied from the Descendants of Strangeman Hutchins\\




Notes for Elizabeth Hutchins:

Fifth child of Strangeman Hutchins. A note written by Thomas W. Barnett in 1857 states," My great grandfather's name was Strangeman Hutchins. Why that singular name was given him, I know not, unless it was because his parents thought it strange that a man child should be born unto them, for I believe he was their only son. He was a minister of the Friends Faith. His word was law among his children, and they obeyed him to the letter. His wife lived the the advanced age of 103 and died in North Carolina."


Marriage Notes for John Barnett and Elizabeth Hutchins:

Obedience Barnett, Reported 4mo-1786 married out of unity. Husband name not given. Was disowned.

(Copied from the Descendants of Strangeman Hutchins\

Child of John Barnett and Elizabeth Hutchins is:
45 i. Obiedence Barnett, born May 1768 in Virginia; died 1848 in Claiborne County, Tennessee; married Jonathan Barnard November 28, 1784 in Goochland County, Virginia.


  More About Elizabeth Hutchins:
Date born 2: Dec 13, 1742, HENRICO CO., VA
See Notes: More Info

  Notes for John Barnett:
90. John Barnett, born 1712 in England or Jamestown, Virginia; died 1797 in Amherst County, Vrginia. He was the son of 180. John Barnett and 181. Anne Unknown. He married 91. Elizabeth Hutchins September 12, 1767 in Cedar Creek, Virginia.

91. Elizabeth Hutchins, born December 13, 1742 in Virginia; died Bef. 1786. She was the daughter of 182. Strangeman Hutchins and 183. Elizabeth Cox.

Notes for John Barnett:

Was a private in the Revolutionary War under Captain Benjamin Biggs. Is registered with the Daughters of the American Revolution. #410409. Also a Quaker, lived in Jamestown. See "War Dept. Records," Congressional Library, Washington, D.C. 7 Virginia Records, War Dept., 147-1 and 3. 14 Virginia Records, War Dept.. 263-2. Return of non. com. officers and privates Capt. Biggs VA Line Fort. Pt. in actual service, having enlisted for war and serves upwards of three years are entitled to warrants of land for such service. June 24, 1783.John Barnett's name is in list of private soldiers given with above. May have been born in Jamestown. Second marriage was to daughter-in-law's sister. See note under this John Barnett's father. Elizabeth Barnett Mendenhall, aunt of Thomas W. Barnett, left the record that John Barnett, 1712, had for wife, Ann, and listed the children. Two children had names not known.

Copied from the Descendants of John Barnett\\

1768-8mo-13 John Barnett and wife Elizabeth under care of this Monthly Meeting; complained of for having given birth to a child seven months after marriage; they are cleared later.

1768-3 mo-12 Strangeman Hutchins released as overseer of Genito Mtg and John Barnett chosen as overseer in his place.

1770-4mo-14 John Barnett requests to be released as overseer of Genito Mtg.
(Might Elizabeth have died about this time?)

1786-7mo-8 John Barnett, Genito Mtg, disowned; married contrary to discipline.
(If this was the same John his wife Elizabeth was dead by 1786.)

Thomas W. Barnett, grandson of Arthancious and Jane left a diary, excellent records, and a short history of the old Barnett and Hutchins families, written in 1857.
In this history he said,

"John Barnett, my great, great grandfather, was born 1680 in the vicinity of Jamestown, VA, and died there in 1765. My great grandfather was named John also. He was born in 1712 and died 1797. He was born, lived,a and died in the land of his fathers. Each of them was the only son in his family".

Copied from the Descendants of Strangeman Hutchins\\




Notes for Elizabeth Hutchins:

Fifth child of Strangeman Hutchins. A note written by Thomas W. Barnett in 1857 states," My great grandfather's name was Strangeman Hutchins. Why that singular name was given him, I know not, unless it was because his parents thought it strange that a man child should be born unto them, for I believe he was their only son. He was a minister of the Friends Faith. His word was law among his children, and they obeyed him to the letter. His wife lived the the advanced age of 103 and died in North Carolina."


Marriage Notes for John Barnett and Elizabeth Hutchins:

Obedience Barnett, Reported 4mo-1786 married out of unity. Husband name not given. Was disowned.

(Copied from the Descendants of Strangeman Hutchins\

Child of John Barnett and Elizabeth Hutchins is:
45 i. Obiedence Barnett, born May 1768 in Virginia; died 1848 in Claiborne County, Tennessee; married Jonathan Barnard November 28, 1784 in Goochland County, Virginia.


  More About John Barnett:
Date born 2: Abt. 1712, VA
Died 2: Abt. 1797, AMHERST CO., VA
Religion: QUAKER

  More About John Barnett and Elizabeth Hutchins:
Marriage 1: Sep 12, 1767, Hannover Co. VA- Quaker, Cedar Creek MM
Marriage 2: Sep 12, 1767

  vii.   Obedience Hutchins, born Dec 03, 1744 in VA; died Aft. 1807 in Surry Co., NC; married William Harding Oct 16, 1773 in Goochland Co., VA; born 1745 in Goochland Co., VA; died 1797 in Surry Co., NC.
  Notes for Obedience Hutchins:
6. OBEDIENCE HUTCHINS
b. 12-3-1744, Va. d. about 1805, N. C. m. 10-16-1773, Va. William Harding, b. 1745; d. 1797.


Children
1. Renne Harding 1. Nancy Harding m. 1829 William Lash
b. 8-15-1774, Va. b. 5-29-1805; d. 7-24-1829.
d. 1811, N. C. 2. Keziah Harding m. 1827 John J. Conra?Unknown 1805-187?Unknown Unknown?
m. 9-9-1803, N. C. b. 5-29-1805; d. 3-31-1838.
Rebecca Patterson 3. Elizabeth Harding
b. 9-15-1774 b. 8-6-1807; d. 12-31-1807.
d. 10-24-1837, N. C. 4. William Harding m. 1838 June Speer 1813-18?Unknown 11
She. m. 6-27-1814 b. 11-30-1808; d. 11-7-1876.
Joshua Creson. 5. Greenberry Harding m. 1834 Rebecca Miller 1
b. 10-30-1810; d.


2. Jesse Harding.
b. 9-15-1775. Va.


1. Jesse Williams m. Ruth Martin 1802-1?Unknown Unknown?
b. 5-26-1795; d. 1-21-1878.
2. Mary Williams
b. 12-14-1796; d.
3. Rebecca Williams
b. 11-1-1798; d.
3. Elizabeth Harding 4. William Williams
b. 6-28-1778, Va. b. 7-2-1800; d.
d. Oct. 1840, N. C. 5. Zachariah Williams m. 4
m. 11-4-1793, N. C. b. 10-3-1802; d.
Thomas Williams 6. Obedience Williams m. Thomas Vestal Unknown?
b. 9-15-1772 b. Oct. 1804; d.
d. 11-19-1857. N. C. 7. Jonathan Williams
b. 5-8-1807; d. 7-11-1836.
8. Lewis Williams
b. 12-9-1809; d.
9. R. Harden Williams m. Susanah 1820- Unknown?
b. 8-9-1813; d.
10. Thomas E. Williams
b. 12-21-1818; d.


4. Thomas Harding m. 12-14-1801, N. C.
b. 8-28-1781, Va. Elizabeth Cove.
d. m. 10-25-1803, N. C.
Kurya Cook.


5. Sarah Harding m. 8-5-1801, N. C.
b. 1783, Va. Joel Patterson.
d.


6. Jean Harding m. 5-5-1801, N. C.
b. 9-10-1784, Va. Eli Shugart.
d.


The great grand children of Obedience Harding corresponding to the numbers at the right.

(1) Eugene, William Alexander, John, Elizabeth Ann Conrad.
(2) Samuel, Keziah Ann, Ruth Elizabeth, Greenberry, Essa Boon, Rebecca, Alice, Joseph, Thomas R.,
Mary Jane, Dora Harding.
(3) Franklin Harding.
(4) Mary A., John M., Margaret Matilda, Thomas H., Sanford, J. Franklin, Lewis C., Alvi?Unknown R., Ellis
Williams.
(5) Squire Thomas, James, John, Daughter Williams.
(6) William, Louis, Hardin, Mary, Sarah, Lucinda, Anna, Thomas Vestal.
(7) Thomas, John A., Ellis, William Lewis, Millard F., Robert H. Williams


  More About Obedience Hutchins:
Date born 2: Dec 03, 1744, HENRICO CO., VA
Died 2: Bet. 1805 - 1809, NC
See Notes: More Info

  Notes for William Harding:
[Brøderbund WFT Vol. 5, Ed. 1, Tree #2291, Date of Import: Jul 11, 2000]

JUL 8 1782 WILLIAM HARDING & WIFE OBEDIENCE OF HANOVER CO., VA. SOLD TWO TRACTS OF LAND IN GOOCHLAND CO., VA.

149 ACRES TO THOMAS HARDING FOR 200 POUNDS
38 ACRES TO ANDERSON PEERS FOR 500 POUNDS

(GOOCHLAND DEED RECORD 13)

1790 CENSUS SURRY CO., NC. SALISBURY DISTRICT

JAN 1, 1793 WILLIAM HARDING PURCHASED FROM JOHN STANDLEY (STANLEY), WHO MARRIED OBEDIENCE'S SISTER EDITH, 100 ACRES ON FORBUSH CREEK/

DEC 28, 1796 WILLIAM HARDING GAVE A BILL OF SALE FOR THE SALE OF A NEGRO GIRL AGGA FOR 52 POUNDS, 10 SHILLINGS. WITNESSED BY RENNE HARDING, STRANGEMAN JOHNSON. RECORDED IN SURRY CO., NC.
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[Brøderbund WFT Vol. 5, Ed. 1, Tree #2291, Date of Import: Jul 11, 2000]

JUL 8 1782 WILLIAM HARDING & WIFE OBEDIENCE OF HANOVER CO., VA. SOLD TWO TRACTS OF LAND IN GOOCHLAND CO., VA.

149 ACRES TO THOMAS HARDING FOR 200 POUNDS
38 ACRES TO ANDERSON PEERS FOR 500 POUNDS

(GOOCHLAND DEED RECORD 13)

1790 CENSUS SURRY CO., NC. SALISBURY DISTRICT

JAN 1, 1793 WILLIAM HARDING PURCHASED FROM JOHN STANDLEY (STANLEY), WHO MARRIED OBEDIENCE'S SISTER EDITH, 100 ACRES ON FORBUSH CREEK/

DEC 28, 1796 WILLIAM HARDING GAVE A BILL OF SALE FOR THE SALE OF A NEGRO GIRL AGGA FOR 52 POUNDS, 10 SHILLINGS. WITNESSED BY RENNE HARDING, STRANGEMAN JOHNSON. RECORDED IN SURRY CO., NC.


  More About William Harding:
Date born 2: WFT Est. 1727-1759
Died 2: WFT Est. 1786-1843

  More About William Harding and Obedience Hutchins:
Marriage 1: Oct 16, 1773, Goochland Co., VA
Marriage 2: Oct 04, 1773, GOOCHLAND CO., VA

  viii.   Jane Hutchins, born Jun 10, 1748 in VA; died Nov 30, 1833 in West Newton, IN; married Anthanacius Barnett Bef. Dec 12, 1767 in HANOVER CO., VA- Quaker MM; born Jul 1749 in Louisa Co., VA; died 1808 in West Newton, IN.
  Notes for Jane Hutchins:
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8. JANE HUTCHINS
b. 6-10-1748, Va. m. 12-12-1767, Va. Arthanacius Barnett, b. 1749, Va.; d. 1808.
d. 11-30-1833, West Newton, Ind. Moved to N. C., 1796. To Ohio, 1805. To Indiana, 1827.


1. Hutchins Barnett Was living in Fluvanna County, Va., 1810. Five children. Emigrated to Missorui at an
b. 1771, Va. early day and raised a large family.
d. 1852, Mo.
m. 7-30-1799, Va.
Polly P. Matthews.


Children
1. Jesse Barnett m. 1823 Elizabeth Baily 1792-1869 5
b. 9-6-1800; d. 10-9-1899.
2. James V. Barnett m. Susanah 1804-1839 3
b. 5-14-1802; d. 12-25-1868. m. 1841 Sarah Cook 1810-1870 3
3. William Barnett m. 1825 Mary Bailey.
b. 3-10-1804; d. m. Juliana 11
4. John Barnett
2. Thomas Barnett b. 10-23-1805; d.
b. 9-1-1772, Va. 5. Jane Barnett
d. 8-25-1839, Ind. b. 4-31-1808; d.
m. 10-11-1798, N. C. 6. Nancy Ann Barnett m. 1820 Joel Ballard 7 5
Theodate Varnon b. 4-30-1810; d. 6-28-1889.
b. 3-3-1781 7. Millicent Barnett m. John Mendenhall 1811-1847 6
d. 6-2-1848, Ind. b. 4-3-1812; d.
This was second 8. Wilson Barnett m. 1886 Mary Allen 4
marriage for b. 7-30-1817; d.
Thomas. 9. Thomas Barnett m. 1889 Almeida Ballard 1815-1902
b. 11-20-1817; d.
Both buried at 10. Amos Barnett
West Newton, Ind. b. 3-8-1820; d.
11. Curtis Barnett m. 1848 Sidney George 1827- 6
b. 1824; d.
12. Isaac Barnett
b. 7-25-1827; d. 7-13-1828.


3. Millicent Barnett No children.
b. Virginia.
d. Ohio.
m. William Adams.


1. Judith Barnett m. 1817 Absalom Waymire 1797-1865 8
b. 4-28-1802; d. 8-14-1838.
2. Jane Barnett m. 1820 Jacob Yount 3 10
b. 11-13-1803; d. 9-22-1845. m. 1831 Andrew Robinson 3
m. 1842 Stephen Kennedy 1
3. Dorothy Barnett m. 1826 Thomas Elliott 6
b. 8-26-1806; d. 12-10-1841.
4. John Barnett 4. Jesse Barnett m. 1831 Sarah Biddleman 9
b. 6-16-1778, Va. b. 10-13-1808; d.
d. 10-7-1854, Ind. 5. Anderson Barnett m. 1832 Mary Mason 13 15
m. 4-14-1801, N. C. b. 2-11-1811; d.
Elizabeth Hutchins 6. Hutchins A. Barnett m. 1886 Sarah Baker 2
b. 4-15-1782, Va. b. 12-11-1812; d. 12-23-1852.
d. 12-16-1850, Ind. 7. Susan Barnett m. 1832 John Hikes 7
Both are buried b. 11-20-1814; d.
near Kewanna, Ind. 8. Thomas W. Barnett m. 1837 Mary Troutman 1818-1891 10
b. 6-6-1817; d. 10-29-1882.
9. John Barnett Unmarried.
b. 6-20-1819; d. 10-5-1848.
10. Isaac Barnett m. 1844 Laura Museelman 3
b. 10-7-1821; d.
11. William C. Barnett m. Mary Campbell 3 20
b. 7-20-1824: d. 8-28-1851.


5. Jesse Barnett Moved to KY at an early day, probably Greenup County.
b. 1780, Va. Raised a large family, all girls except one.
d. 1880, Ky.
m. 4-30-1803, Va.
Sarah B. Matthews.


1. John Barnett m. 1839 Ruth Coppock 2
b. 3-7-1815; d. 12-13-1845.
2. Ruth Barnett
b. 3-27-1816; d.
3. Josse Barnett
6. Arthanacius Barnett b. 6-21-1817; d.
b. 5-24-1786, Va. 4. Katherine Barnett m. 1840 Wm. Mendenhall 1810-1892 10
d. Iowa. b. 10-31-1818; d.
m. 5. Joseph Barnett m. Katherine Mendenhall
Margaret Mendenhall b. 8-10-1821; d.
b. 6. William Barnett m. 1843 Abigal George.
d. b. 12-16-1822; d.
This family to 7. Jane Barnett m. Reubottom.
Iowa, 1850-1855. b. 1-18-1827; d.
8. Elizabeth Barnett
b. 11-26-1828; d. 1-30-1846.
9. Benjamin Barnett
b. 11-26-1828; d.
10. Levi Barnett
b. 4-9-1831; d.

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1. William Mendenhall m. Nancy Hayworth 4
b. 10-27-1810; d. 1-10-1892. m. 1840 Catherine Barnett 1818- 10
2. Isaac Mendenhall m. Anna Thurman 4 25
b. 8-31-1812; d. m. Asenath Sheridan 5
7. Elizabeth Barnett 3. Mary Mendenhall m. Edward Walton 2
b. Va. b. 10-12-1814; d. m. George Smith.
d. age 97, Iowa. 4. Millie Mendenhall m. Edward Hayworth 6
m. 1808, Ohio. b. 3-13-1817; d. 10-2-1873.
Richard Mendenhall 5. Markaret Mendenhall m. John Allen 4
b. b. 7-18-1821; d.
d. 6. Nancy Mendenhall m. John Males 1815- 6 30
To Iowa 1852. b. 11-22-1823; d.
7. Richard Mendenhall m. Ruth Bingman 4
b. 11-24-1827; d.
8. Nathan Mendenhall m. Mary A. Macy 2
b. 6-29-1830; d. m. Malinda Sheridan.


1. Jesse Mendenhall m. Phebe Haworth 13
b. 10-30-1809; d. 1887.
2. John Mendenhall m. Milly Barnett 1812- 6
b. 1-7-1811; d. 3-8-1847.
3. Jonathan Mendenhall
b. 7-17-1818; d. Sept. 1813.
4. Ruth Mendenhall m. 1841 Howard Horton 1818-1846 1 35
8. Ann Barnett b. 11-8-1814; d. 9-8-1891. m. Wm. Whitson 1809-1885 2
b. 3-15-1790, Va. 5. Atha Mendenhall m. 1839 Anna Coppock 7
d. 1-6-1877, Ind. b. 4-2-1817; d. 1-16-1893.
m. 8-29-1808, Ohio. 6. Jane Mendenhall m. John Reagan 4
Joseph Mendenhall. b. 4-2-1817; d. 4-15-1901. m. John Pinson.
b. 10-2-1787. Va. 7. Elizabeth Mendenhall m. William Horton 8
d. 7-21-1872. Ind. b. 4-14-1819; d. 1-6-1894.
8. Mary Ann Mendenhall m. Mahlon Ballard 1821- 3 40
b. 4-15-1821; d. 1-9-1896.
9. Joseph Mendenhall m. Mary Ann Cook 4
b. 4-18-1823; d. 7-5-1879.
10. Eli Mendenhall m. Rebecca Coppock 1829-1902 7
b. 8-19-1825; d. 2-1-1902.
11. Lydia Mendenhall m. John Mendenhall 8
b. 9-23-1827; d. 9-2-1900.


1. Nancy Hodgson m. Thomas Hobson 9
b. 2-12-1809; d.
2. Rebecca Hodgson m. Jonathan Hodgson.
b. 11-20-1810; d. 7-28-1840.
9. Mary Barnett 3. Thomas Hodgson m. Sidney Hicks 5 45
b. 8-3-1792, Va. b. 7-18-1812; d. 2-18-1897.
d. Unknown?-12-1845, Ill. 4. Daniel Hodgson m. Catherine Dillon 1818-1845 3
m. De?Unknown. 1807, Ohio. b. 5-26-1814; d. m. Mary Ann Largent 10
Amos Hodgson 5. William Hodgson m. Phebe Bennett 1820- 7
b. 5-21-1784. b. 8-15-1816; d. m. Eunice Bennett.
d. 6. Nathan Hodgson m. Harriett Drace 1
Buried in b. 10-20-1818; d. 8-24-1842.
Tasewell Co., Ill. 7. Allen Hodgson m. Margaret Largent 3 50
b. 2-20-1821; d. 7-25-1894. m. Joanna Probasco 8
8. Levi Hodgson m. Anna Bennett 1830- 7
b. 6-22-1826; d. 2-29-1894.
9. Jesse Hodgson m. Frances Hamm 1
b. 4-25-1829; d. 10-26-1903. m. Alvira Towne.




The great grand children of Jane Barnett, corresponding to the numbers at the right.

(1 ) Lydia, Mellisa Ann, Zimrey E., Alcannah, Elwood A. Barnett.
(2-3) Maria, Willis, Joel, Susan, Elizabeth, Antrim Barnett.
(4 ) Ira, Dayton, Almeida, Wesley, Milly, Asa, Ellis, Curtis, Elwood, William Ambrose, Lucinda A,
Barnett.
(5 ) John R., Amos W., Louisa, Alfred, William, Daty, Levi Ballard.
(6 ) Lewis, Thomas, Matilda, Dayty, Jane, Ann Mendenhall.
(7 ) Allen, Eli, Louiza, Preston Barnett.
(8 ) Anna Jane, Isaac, Thomas D., Spicey A., Evan, Abigal Barnett.
(9 ) Jane, John S., Alexander, Isaac, Daniel, Elizabeth, Silas, Anderson Waymire.
(10-11-12) Elizabeth, Minerva, Newlin C. Yount. Elizabeth, John, Calvin Robinson. Susan Kennedy.
(13) William R., Arthur, John C., Mary, Jesse, Silas Elliott.
(14) Elizabeth, Mary, Martha, John, Frances, William, Winslow, Alonza, Irvin Barnett.
(15) Caroline, Elizabeth, Mary Ann, Nancy, Celia, Harrison, Henry, and six other Barnetts.
(16) Margaret, Elizabeth Barnett.
(17) Infant, Elizabeth, William, Mary, Henry Clay, Alfred, Alice Hikes.
(18) John Anderson, Sarah Elizabeth, Elizabeth Jane, Michael Isaac, William Thomas, Susan Mary,
Mahala Ann, Joseph Hutchins, Henry Clay, Emily Isadora Barnett.
(19) Elizabeth, William Barnett.
(20) John Barlow, Lloyd, Laura Jane Barnett.
(21) Mary Jane, Margaret Barnett.
(22) Richard, Cynthia, Edward, John F., Benjamin, William, Levi, Elizabeth, Margaret, Lindley Mendenhall.
(23-24) James Kelly, Mahala, Mary Jane, Joel, Richard, Cynthia, Edward, John F., Benjamin, William,
Levi, Elizabeth, Margaret, Lindley Mendenhall.
(25-26) Elizabeth, William, Lucinda, Charles, John, Charity, Amelia, Calvin, Anna Mendenhall.
(27) Elizabeth, Deborah Walton.
(28) Calvin, Mary, John, William, James, Sarah J. Hayworth.
(29) William, Nancy, Eveline, Lydia Allen.
(30) Richard, Nathan, Enoch, William, Martha A., Edward Males.
(31) John, Alfred, Allen, Elizabeth Mendenhall.
(32) Hannah E., William A. Mendenhall.
(33) John, William Riley, Calvin, Jane, Ann, Mary, Sarah, Ruth, Malinda, Lydia, Jonathan, Elizabeth,
George Mendenhall.
(34) Lewis, Thomas, Matilda, Dayty, Jane, Ann Mendenhall.
(35-36) Ellis Horton. Willis, David Whitson.
(37) Wesley, Mary Ann, Layton, Milo, Lydia Jane, William C., John M. Mendenhall.
(38) Susan, Elizabeth, Eliza, Jesse Reagan.
(39) John, Alfred, Emeline, Joseph, Sarah A., James, T. Elwood, Lydia Jane Horton.
(40) John M., William R., Columbus L. Ballard.
(41) Rachel, Martha A., Eli C., John J. Mendenhall.
(42) John C., Lillie, Mary E., Lydia Ann, Ruth, Havilah, Anna Jane Mendenhall.
(43) Anderson, Cyntha J., Lavina, Deborah, Mary Ann (Holmes), Albert, Jackson, William H. Mendenhall.
(44) John, Joseph, Leah, Daniel, Amos, Della, William, Elmira, Josiah Hobson.
(45) Ellen, Milton, Luther, Emma, Alice Hodgson.
(46-47) Arilla, Ann Eliza, Zimri, Elwood, Jonathan, Margaret, John, Isaac, Almina, Aimira, Nancy,
Lewis, Amy Hodgson.
(48) Mary Ann, Albert, Edwin, Eliza, Newton, Emeline, Elva Hodgson.
(49) William Hodgson.
(50-51) Iva, George, Sarah, Mary, Frank, Ida, Fremont, Lincoln, Harvey, Inez, Zada Hodgson.
(52) Byron, Alvin, Lorin, Lewis, Elmore, Almira, Wilbert Hodgson.
(53) Charles Hodgson.


[Brøderbund WFT Vol. 5, Ed. 1, Tree #2291, Date of Import: Jul 11, 2000]

MOVED TO IND IN 1827.[Fred-Waymire.FTW]

[Brøderbund WFT Vol. 5, Ed. 1, Tree #2291, Date of Import: Jul 11, 2000]

MOVED TO IND IN 1827.

  More About Jane Hutchins:
Date born 2: Jun 10, 1748, HENRICO CO., VA
Died 2: Nov 30, 1833, WEST NEWTON, EASTON (MARION) CO., IN
CITY, STATE: WEST NEWTON, IN
Religion: QUAKER
See Notes: More Info

  Notes for Anthanacius Barnett:
[Brøderbund WFT Vol. 5, Ed. 1, Tree #2291, Date of Import: Jul 11, 2000]

MOVED TO NC IN 1796

MOVED TO OH IN 1805
[Fred-Waymire.FTW]

[Brøderbund WFT Vol. 5, Ed. 1, Tree #2291, Date of Import: Jul 11, 2000]

MOVED TO NC IN 1796

MOVED TO OH IN 1805


  More About Anthanacius Barnett:
Name 2: Arthanacious Barnett
Date born 2: 1749
Died 2: 1808
Moved 1: 1796, To NC
Moved 2: 1805, Ohio
Moved 3: 1807, Indiana
Religion: QUAKER

  More About Anthanacius Barnett and Jane Hutchins:
Marriage 1: Bef. Dec 12, 1767, HANOVER CO., VA- Quaker MM
Marriage 2: Dec 12, 1767, VA

  ix.   Milla Hutchins, born Oct 15, 1750 in HENRICO CO., VA; died Bef. 1792 in NC; married Unknown Matthews Abt. Mar 1779 in Va; born WFT Est. 1730-1759; died WFT Est. 1784-1844.
  Notes for Milla Hutchins:

Four Generations of the Family of Strangeman Hutchins and his wife Elizabeth Cox


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9. MILLY HUTCHINS
b. 10-15-1750, Va.; d. m. possibly to a man named Matthews.


An item from the Cedar Creek Minutes, tells all we know about this danghter.


3-13-1779--"Milly Hutchins, daughter of Strangeman Hutchins, has married Out of Unity. Publicly
to disown her until she gives satisfaction." We do not find where she condemned her
marriage.


Oct. 1797 --Hutchins Matthews and Rebecca Jones married



  More About Milla Hutchins:
Name 2: Milla Hutchins
Date born 2: Oct 15, 1750, VA
See Notes: More Info

  More About Unknown Matthews and Milla Hutchins:
Marriage 1: Abt. Mar 1779, Va
Marriage 2: Bef. Mar 13, 1779, Quaker- Disowned- MCD- Cedar Creek MM- VA

  x.   Lydia Hutchins, born Feb 15, 1752 in VA; died Apr 07, 1791 in Surry Co., NC; married John Johnson Apr 15, 1770 in Quaker- Goochland Co., VA; born Oct 19, 1747 in Hanover Co., VA; died Aug 05, 1823 in Indiana.
  Notes for Lydia Hutchins:
10. LYDIA HUTCHINS
b. 2-15-1752, Va. m. 4-15-1770, Va., John Johnson, b. 10-19-1747; d. 8-5-1823.
d. 4-7-1791, N. C.


The Johnson Families were so numerous in North Carolina, that it is imposaible to distinguish them.


Children
In the census of 1820, Jonathan had a family of seven children.
1. Jonathan Johnson 1. Jesse Johnson** m. Maroinda 9
b. 3-13-1771, Va. b. 1803.
d. 3-8-1851, N. C. 2. Ashley Johnson** m. Lucinda 7
m. 7-8-1802, N. C. b. 1804.
Sarah Low. 3. Hutchins Johnson m. Lucinda.
b. 1809.


1. Hardy Johnson m. Maria Davis 1
b. 10-16-1818; d. 11-3-1882. m. Mary E. Luarte 1
2. Strangeman Johnson m. 1
b. 9-28-1772, Va. 2. David Johnson m. Belinda Davis 10
d. 9-4-1851, Ind. b. 6-7-1821; d. 3-5-1877.
m. 3-6-1798, N. C. 3. William Johnson m. 3
Mary Whitacre. 4. Lydia, Johnson
5. Catherine Johnson
6. Christins Johnson m. Casey 1
7. Hutchins Johnson


3. Benjamin Johnson.
b. 3-26-1774, Va.


4. Agatha Johnson.
b. 11-21-1776, Va.
m. 1-7-1797.
Adams.


5. Ashley Johnson In the census of 1830, Ashley had a family of ten children.
b. 1-15-1780, Va. 1. Elizabeth Johnson, b. 1817.
d. after 1850. 2. William Johnson, b. 1829.
m. 1807--Elizabeth 3. Alexander Johnson, b. 1831.


6. Elizabeth Johnson 1. Rhoda Beeson m. Jehum Pitts.
b. Va. b. 5-3-1803; d.
d. about 1803, N. C.
m. 3-6-1802, N. C. Moved to Iowa.
Joseph Beeson.
b. 5-11-1771.
d. 6-24-1850, Ohio.


7. Lydia Johnson.



The great grand children of Lydia Hutchins Johnson, corresponding to numbers at the right.

(1 ) Synthia, Sarah A., Mary E., Elisha, Strangeman, Elizabeth, Martha S., Thomas E., Ciss Johnson.
(2 ) Gabriel, John C., Sarah M., Martha A., Henry E., Alvin, Rebecca J. Johnson.
(3-4) William, Lorin Johnson.
(5-6) Hutchins, John, Hannah, William, Louisa, Emma, Anderson, Mary, Austin, Isabel, Oliver Johnson.
(7 ) Zona, William, Rhoda Johnson.
(8 ) Vinson Casey.



  More About Lydia Hutchins:
Date born 2: Feb 15, 1752, HENRICO CO., VA
Died 2: Apr 04, 1791, SURRY (YADKIN) CO., NC
Religion: QUAKER
See Notes: More Info

  Notes for John Johnson:
[Brøderbund WFT Vol. 5, Ed. 1, Tree #2291, Date of Import: Jul 11, 2000]

MOVED TO NC IN 1784.

1790 CENSUS SURRY CO., NC, SALISBURY DISTRICT

[Fred-Waymire.FTW]

[Brøderbund WFT Vol. 5, Ed. 1, Tree #2291, Date of Import: Jul 11, 2000]

MOVED TO NC IN 1784.

1790 CENSUS SURRY CO., NC, SALISBURY DISTRICT



  More About John Johnson:
Date born 2: Abt. Oct 19, 1747, VA
Died 2: Aug 05, 1823, IND
Occupation: FARMER
Religion: QUAKER

  More About John Johnson and Lydia Hutchins:
Marriage 1: Apr 15, 1770, Quaker- Goochland Co., VA
Marriage 2: Apr 15, 1770, HANOVER CO., VA

  394 xi.   Benjamin** Hutchins, born May 08, 1756 in Goochland Cnty, VA; died Jan 27, 1836 in Butler Twp, Montgomery, Ohio; married (1) Judith** Mcgehee May 13, 1775 in Hannover Co. VA, Quaker- Cedar Creek MM; married (2) Mary Thompson Feb 09, 1815 in Montgomery Co.,Ohio.



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