genealogy of Patty Rose

 

 


Genealogy of Patty Rose


Name John* HUTCHINS
Birth abt 1604
Death 6 Feb 1685, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts37,51
Marriage bef 1636, England
Spouse Frances* ALCOCK
Birth abt 1612, England
Death 5 Apr 1694, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts37,51
Children:
1 F Elizabeth HUTCHINS
Birth abt 1636, England
Death abt 1710
Spouse Thomas AYER
Marriage 1 Apr 1656, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts20,36,51
2 M William HUTCHINS
Birth abt 1638, England
Spouse Sarah HARDY
Marriage 1 Jul 1661, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts51
Spouse Elizabeth EATON
Marriage 30 Apr 1685, Bradford, Essex, Massachusetts20,23
3 M Joseph* HUTCHINS
Birth 15 Nov 1640, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts20,37
Death 19 Apr 1689, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts51
Spouse Joanna* CORLISS
Marriage 29 Dec 1669, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts36,51
4 M Benjamin HUTCHINS
Birth 15 May 1644, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts37
5 M Samuel HUTCHINS
Birth abt 1645, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts
Death 18 Jan 1712/13, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts51
6 F Love HUTCHINS
Birth 16 Jul 1647, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts20,22,37
Death Feb 1739, Kingston, Rockingham, New Hampshire22
Spouse Capt. Samuel SHERBURNE
Marriage 15 Dec 166820,22
Notes for John* HUTCHINS
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
JOHN Hutchins, Newbury, by w. Frances had William, Joseph, Benjamin, Love, Elizabeth and Samuel; rem. to Haverhill, and d. says Coffin, 1674*, aged 70. [ref 20]
*probable error
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
John Hutchins, Newbury, brought suit in Ipswich Court in 1642. Rem. to Haverhill. Gave house and land at Newb. to wife Frances, and cattle to dau. Elizabeth and son William, 23 Nov. 1654. Conveyed land to son Joseph 29 April, 1661. Ch. recorded: Joseph, John*, Benjamin, Love. John d. Feb. 6, 1685. Will prob. March 30, 1686, beq. to wife Frances; sons William, Joseph, Benjamin and Samuel; daus. Elizabeth Ayres and Love Sherburne. The widow d. April 5, 1694, and beq. her est. to several of these children. [ref 37:249]
*nothing was found for a child John except this one entry - possibly a child born about 1641 (recorded as "Joseph" in Newbury records?)
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
John Hutchins, Feb. 6, 1685 [ref 51]
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
25 Sep 1658 owed to "Goodman Hutchins" 09s. 08p. by estate of Henry Fay, for a coffin and a peck of corn; 9 Jun 1658 wil of Robert Clements mentions debt of "seavern" pounds for "repaireing the house and fencing the home loth"; 13 Oct 1668 John Hutchins sued a Portsmouth committee for 140, case withdrawn; sued Richard Cutt for 61 for work done on the Moodie house and for the seats and canopy of the meeting house, case withdrawn

6 Mar 1657 permitted to set a weir in the Merrimack River and to cure the fish on the island, with the condition that he sell the fish to the townspeople at a fair price

John may have been the first one in Haverhill to have servants; they included Elizabeth Shaw and an Indian named Hopewell

1685 "This Court, being informed of the inability of John Hutchins of Haverhill, by reason of his being dumbe, to mannage his estate, by impleading of his debtors & answering to any action that may be considered against him, doe grant power to Francis, his wife, to act those affaires in her own person, or by her substitute".
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
(Essex probate 304:164)
WILL of JOHN HUTCHINS, 24 Jun 1674 - 30 Mar 1686:

Be known unto all men by these presents that I, John Hutchins of Haverhill, Mass., in the county of Norfolk, Mass., New England, being through God's mercy in indifferent health of body and of perfect memory considering mine age and mortality do here make my last will and testament, commending my soul in the hands of my blessed Redeemer And for my worldly goods I dispose as followeth:

For my eldest son William Hutchins, I formerly gave him a parcell of land when he was married and therefore give him but twenty shillings.

And to my son Joseph I also gave a parcell of land to; which he now posesseth and also give him but twenty shillings.

And also I give my daughter Elizabeth Ayres (besides what she hath had already) twenty shillings,

I also give to my daughter Love Sherburne, (besides what she hath had already) twenty shillings;

And also I give to my son Benjamin Hutchins all the land he now possesseth, and which I formerly gave him and twenty shillings also.

And further I give to my son Samuell Hutchins all the land I formerly gave to him and which he now possesseth and twenty shillings also.

And I appoint Francis my wife to be the sole executrix of this my last will and testament, And my house and land that now I do possess and enjoy, both upland and meadow with goods and chattels and all my land undisposed I give to my said wife during her natural life, that if she see cause for her own necessity rather than to suffer she shall have liberty to sell for her comfortable livelihood, And at her decease to dispose of all at her discretion among my children, my debts and funeral being discharged.

Witnesses:
Anthony Somerby John Hutchins
William (his mark) Titcomb

Anthony Somerby did on his oath testify that he saw John Hutchins sign, seal and declare the above written to be his last will & testament, & set his hand as a witness and also saw William Titcomb to set his hand as a witness. March 30, 1686 before me, John Woodbridge, authorized to take oaths in Newbury.

In obedience to and pursuant of an order of Ipswich Court, March 30, 1686, requiring and empowering it, I did repair to Anthony Somerby who made oath that he did see John Hutchins sign, seal and declare this will (written on the other side) to be his last will and testament and that himself and William Titcomb did also sign it as witnesses the said Hutchins being than as he judged of a disposing mind.

Sworn, April 8, 1686, before me,
Robert Pike (assistant)
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Notes for Frances* ALCOCK
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Frances Hutchins, w. John, Apr. 5, 1694 [ref 51]
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
17 Sep 1653 Frances and her friend Mrs. Joseph Swett were arrested for breaking a 1650 law prohibiting the display of finery by persons "of meane condition," (those whose property was valued under 200) for wearing silk hoods; Frances was acquitted because she had been brought up above the ordinary rank, while Mrs. Swett had to pay ten
shillings
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Last Modified 8 Nov 2004 Created 4 Jan 2005
 

CONTENTS  *  SURNAMES  *  PEDIGREE  *  SOURCES  *  EMAIL