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1724 William Hutchinson, Jr, was born Dec 13, 1724. [1][2][3][4][5]

1731 Catherine was born May 17, 1731. [6][7][8][9]

1754 William and Catherine were married. [10]

1755 Daughter Mary, who married Christopher Hartman, was born to William Hutchinson Jr and Catherine on March 24, 1755. [11]

1750-1770 William Hutchinson Jr and his wife Catherine had four sons who were to become Methodist preachers: Robert, Sylvester, Aaron, and Ezekiel. [12][13]

1768 William Hutchinson Jr, perhaps this one, and Richard Hutchinson Jr witnessed the will of Martynus Hogeland of Windsor Twp, Middlesex County, New Jersey. [14]

1769 On 17 February, William Hutchinson purchased a tract of Rocky Brook of 370 acres from his father. [15]

1785 William Hutchinson was taxed in Windsor Twp, Middlesex County, New Jersey. [16]

1785 William Hutchinson's son, Robert, heard Methodist preacher John McCloskey speak in Adam Shaw's tavern in Hightstown, New Jersey and encouraged William's brother Joseph (Robert's uncle) to go and hear the preacher. Joseph then invited the preacher to speak at Joseph's house. [17]

1786 Reverend McCloskey accepted brother Joseph's invitation to preach and began to preach at Milford. "Joseph Hutchinson's was quite a rendezvous for the weary itinerants, and being near the line between `East' and `West' Jersey, the preachers on the two charges would sometimes meet here.". "Robert Hutchinson, with three brothers, Ezekiel, Sylvester, and Aaron, all four of whom later became preachers, went over to Uncle Joseph's to `have the 8small-pox,' as they were accustomed to call it in `olden time'. While there they met with a number of traveling preachers. Ezekeil Cooper, J. M'Claskey ... and Robert Sparks ... among them. They became wonderfully attached to them; and their preaching and conversation made impressions which resulted in their conversion. During the year a class was organized ... among its members were Joseph Hutchinson and wife. This brother was very zealous and ... erected at Milford, almost entirely at his own expense, a house of worship for the despised band.". [18]

1786 William Hutchinson's son Aaron converted to Methodism and was immediately taken on the preaching circuit in West Jersey by M'Closkey. He was then told to return to preach at his Uncle Joseph's house. "It was a great cross to the youthful soldier. But a few months since he was converted; and no opportunities for study, ... And then to open his commission among his own kindred too. But he lifted his cross and stood up, and preached from Isa. ii. 3. They were all astonished at the marvelous manner in which God assisted the stripling. His mother, especially, wept profusely during the whole service.". [19]

William Hutchinson had four sons who became Methodist preachers. "William Hutchinson, another son of William and Ann, lived on the Daniel P. Hutchinson place, and had four sons, who became Methodist preachers, viz.: Revs. Ezekiel, Robert, Sylvester, and Aaron Hutchinson, all of whom have been dead many years. The former removed to Ohio a long time prior to his death. [20][21]

1793 William Hutchinson witnessed the will of Henry Loots of Middlesex County, New Jersey. [22]

1794 William Hutchinson was the first moderator for East Windsor Twp when it was created. [23]

1795 William, Robert, Ezekiel, and other Hutchinsons were taxed in Nottingham Twp, Middlesex County, New Jersey. [24]

1797 William Hutchinson was named on the August Tax List for E Windsor Township in Middlesex County, New Jersey. [25]

1802 William Hutchinson was named on the June Tax List for E Windsor Township in Middlesex County. [26]

1805 On April 16, William Hutchinson and wife Catherine made a deed to son Ezekiel Hutchinson. Signed by "Wm Hutchinson, his hand, who is blind" and by Catherine Hutchinson. [27]

1808 William Hutchinson was named on the June Tax List for E Windsor Township in Middlesex County. [28]

1809 William Hutchinson was named on the June Tax List for E Windsor Township in Middlesex County. [29]

1809 William Hutchinson of East Windsor Twp, Middlesex County, New Jersey wrote his will. The will named his wife Catherine, sons Sylvester, Robert, and Ezekiel; daughters Mary, Ann, Hannah, and Catherine; grandson Richard son of Aaron (perhaps deceased).

1810 William Hutchinson was named on the June Tax List for E Windsor Township in Middlesex County. [30]

1818 On 30 June, Sylvester and Robert Hutchinson were named as executors of the will of William Hutchinson, of East Windsor, Middlesex County, New Jersey. Son, Sylvester, was to maintain the widow Catharine. Legatees were children Robert, Ezekiel, Mary, Hannah, Ann and grandson Richard, son of son Aaron. Witnessed by Stephen Johnes, John Van Thisk, James Reynolds. Affirmed on 30 June. [31]

1818 The will and inventory of William Hutchinson was listed in Middlesex County, New Jersey [32][33]. Robert and Sylvester Hutchinson were the executors named in 1818, although John Heard signed as surrogate for Robert. The inventory listed 2 horses, 4 cows, 3 lambs, 3 ewes, 2 wagons, 4 feather beds and bedding, chairs, tables, sundry household and kitchen furniture valued at $251.59.

1818 William Hutchinson died on 12 June 1818 at age 93 years and 6 months. Buried at Old Methodist cemetery at Milford (Etra), New Jersey. [34][35]

Research Notes:

1818 Catharine Hutchinson, deceased, of West Windsor, Middlesex County, New Jersey had an inventory dated 28 August made by Gilbert Giberson and ? Burroughs. The total value was $100.74. David Schenk was the administrator. [36]

1818 On 29 August, David Schenk posted bond as administrator for the estate of Catharine Hutchinson, deceased, of Middlesex County. [37]

1818 On 15 September, David Schenk made the account of the estate of Catharine Hutchinson, deceased, showing a balance of $136.22. Among other fees were payments to Alexander Lawry, J Wilson, and Aaron Bergen, for tuition. [38]

Mary Catherine's identity?: Some sources have listed Catherine's last name as Vaughn, Vohn, Vann, Von, or Vaun. The books by Hollifield and Mosher (page 31) list the name as Garrison based on a family bible [39]. Note that John, William, Jacob, and John Jr Garrison were on the tax list in Windsor, Middlesex Co in 1785. The locations mentioned here are in the current county of Mercer, but East Windsor Twp and Etra were then in Middlesex County.
[40]

A biosketch reports [41]:

The great-grand-mother of Robert S. Hartman, Ann Hutchinson, born March 16, 1700 (old style), was the mother of William Hutchinson, whose daughter Mary married Christopher Hartman in April, 1777 ; William Hutchinson was born Dec. 13, 1724; Catherine (Vohn) Hutchinson, his wife, was born May 17, 1731 ; their children were Mary, born March 24, 1755 ; William, March 12, 1757 ; Hannah, Aug. 9, 1759 ; Robert, July 26, 1763 ; Sylvester, April 20, 1765 ; Aaron. May 17. 1767 ; Ezekiel, Oct. 18, 1769: Ann, July 8, 1772 ; Catherine, Jan. 3, 1775.

A family bible names Catherine Garrison as the wife of William Hutchinson. [42]


Footnotes:

[1] J. L. Rockey and R. J. Bancroft, 1795 History of Clermont County, Ohio, with illustrations and biographical sketches of its prominent men and pioneers (Philadelphia: Louis H. Everts & Co, 1880), 513, left column, [HathiTrust].

[2] J. L. Rockey and R. J. Bancroft, 1795 History of Clermont County, Ohio, with illustrations and biographical sketches of its prominent men and pioneers (Philadelphia: Louis H. Everts & Co, 1880), 548, left column, [HathiTrust].

[3] Joseph R. Mosher, The Hutchinson Family: New Jersey to Clermont County, Ohio (1994), 14, [Google_Book].

[4] W. H. McIntosh, The History of Darke County, Ohio (W. H. Beers & Co: 1890), 738, [HathiTrust], [Google_Book], [Internet_Archive].

[5] Charles Frederick Gross, Cincinnati The Queen City 1788-1912, Vol. 4 (Cincinnati: S.J.Clark Publishing Company, 1912), 148, [HathiTrust].

[6] J. L. Rockey and R. J. Bancroft, 1795 History of Clermont County, Ohio, with illustrations and biographical sketches of its prominent men and pioneers (Philadelphia: Louis H. Everts & Co, 1880), 513, left column, [HathiTrust].

[7] Joseph R. Mosher, The Hutchinson Family: New Jersey to Clermont County, Ohio (1994), 15, [Google_Book].

[8] W. H. McIntosh, The History of Darke County, Ohio (W. H. Beers & Co: 1890), 738, [HathiTrust], [Google_Book], [Internet_Archive].

[9] Charles Frederick Gross, Cincinnati The Queen City 1788-1912, Vol. 4 (Cincinnati: S.J.Clark Publishing Company, 1912), 148, [HathiTrust].

[10] Charles Frederick Gross, Cincinnati The Queen City 1788-1912, Vol. 4 (Cincinnati: S.J.Clark Publishing Company, 1912), 148, [HathiTrust].

[11] Charles Frederick Gross, Cincinnati The Queen City 1788-1912, Vol. 4 (Cincinnati: S.J.Clark Publishing Company, 1912), 148, [HathiTrust].

[12] Charles Frederick Gross, Cincinnati The Queen City 1788-1912, Vol. 4 (Cincinnati: S.J.Clark Publishing Company, 1912), 148, [HathiTrust].

[13] J. L. Rockey and R. J. Bancroft, 1795 History of Clermont County, Ohio, with illustrations and biographical sketches of its prominent men and pioneers (Philadelphia: Louis H. Everts & Co, 1880), 513, left column, [HathiTrust].

[14] A. Van Doren Honeyman, Documents relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey. Archives Vol. 33. (Wills and Administrations 4, 1761-1770) (1928), 196, [Internet_Archive].

[15] Joseph R. Mosher, The Hutchinson Family: New Jersey to Clermont County, Ohio (1994), 14, [Google_Book].

[16] Francis Bazley Lee, ed., Genealogical and Personal Memorial of Mercer County, New Jersey, Vol. 1 (1907), 40, [HathiTrust], [Google_Book].

[17] Major E. M. Woodward and John Hageman, History of Burlington and Mercer Counties, New Jersey (Philadelphia: Everts & Peck, 1883), 772, Methodist Episcopal Church, [HathiTrust].

[18] John Atkinson, Memorials of Methodism in New Jersey, Second Edition, (Philadelphia: Perkinpine & Higgins, 1860), 363, [HathiTrust], [Google_Book].

[19] John Atkinson, Memorials of Methodism in New Jersey, Second Edition, (Philadelphia: Perkinpine & Higgins, 1860), 412, [HathiTrust], [Google_Book].

[20] Major E. M. Woodward and John Hageman, History of Burlington and Mercer Counties, New Jersey (Philadelphia: Everts & Peck, 1883), 758, [HathiTrust].

[21] Major E. M. Woodward and John Hageman, History of Burlington and Mercer Counties, New Jersey (Philadelphia: Everts & Peck, 1883), 772, right column, bottom, [HathiTrust].

[22] Elmer T. Hutchinson, Documents relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey. Archives Vol. 37. (Wills and Administrations 8, 1791-1795) (1942), 234, [Internet_Archive].

[23] Joseph R. Mosher, The Hutchinson Family: New Jersey to Clermont County, Ohio (1994), 14, [Google_Book].

[24] Francis Bazley Lee, ed., Genealogical and Personal Memorial of Mercer County, New Jersey, Vol. 1 (1907), 44, [HathiTrust], [Google_Book].

[25] Ancestry.com, New Jersey Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1643-1890, p 6, [Ancestry_Record].

[26] Ancestry.com, New Jersey Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1643-1890, p 8, [Ancestry_Record].

[27] Joseph R. Mosher, The Hutchinson Family: New Jersey to Clermont County, Ohio (1994), 15, [Google_Book].

[28] Ancestry.com, New Jersey Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1643-1890, p 12, [Ancestry_Record].

[29] Ancestry.com, New Jersey Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1643-1890, p 12, [Ancestry_Record].

[30] Ancestry.com, New Jersey Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1643-1890, p 12, [Ancestry_Record].

[31] Middlesex County, New Jersey Will B-345, [FamilySearch_Image].

[32] David S. Crater, New Jersey Index of Wills, Inventories, Etc, Vol. 2 (1913), 865, citing Middlesex County, 10690L, [Internet_Archive].

[33] Joseph R. Mosher, The Hutchinson Family: New Jersey to Clermont County, Ohio (1994), 16-18, provides a transcription, [Google_Book].

[34] Joseph R. Mosher, The Hutchinson Family: New Jersey to Clermont County, Ohio (1994), 19, [Google_Book].

[35] Find A Grave Memorial 11442206, [Find_A_Grave].

[36] David S. Crater, New Jersey Index of Wills, Inventories, Etc, Vol. 2 (1913), 865, citing Middlesex County, 10689L, [Internet_Archive].

[37] Middlesex County, New Jersey Estate 10654, FHL film 925030, image 351, [FamilySearch_Image].

[38] Middlesex County, New Jersey Estate 10654, FHL film 925030, image 349, [FamilySearch_Image].

[39] Joseph R. Mosher, The Hutchinson Family: New Jersey to Clermont County, Ohio (1994), 15, [Google_Book].

[40] W. H. McIntosh, The History of Darke County, Ohio (W. H. Beers & Co: 1890), 738, [HathiTrust], [Google_Book], [Internet_Archive].

[41] W. H. McIntosh, The History of Darke County, Ohio (W. H. Beers & Co: 1890), 738, [HathiTrust], [Google_Book], [Internet_Archive].

[42] Joseph R. Mosher, The Hutchinson Family: New Jersey to Clermont County, Ohio (1994), 15, [Google_Book].


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