Research Notes: The notes of Ezekiel Hutchinson, son of Jonathan and Rachel, and of Ezekiel Hutchinson, son of William and Mary Catherine, are sometimes difficult to distinguish. 1797, 1802 Ezekiel Hutchinson was listed on the East Windsor Township tax list in Middlesex County, New Jersey.  Ezekiel Hutchinson became a Methodist preacher. In his youth, Ezekiel was an associate of Lorenzo Dow, the great evangelist. Ezekiel was listed as an early pioneer in Clermont in 1807 from NJ. Ezekiel was the minister at the marriages of many Hartmans. Ezekiel Hutchinson was listed many times in Clermont Newspapers reporting frequent land dealings, ownership of inns for public entertainment, and other public events. 1802, 1807 Ezekiel Hutcheson sold land in Clermont County, Ohio to Sylvester Hutchinson. 1806 Ezekiel Hutchinson came to Ohio and was the father of Aaron, who lived in Jackson county. "In 1806 more settlers started flowing into the [Jackson] township area: ... Ezekiel Hutchinson from Mercer County, New Jersey; Robert Hutchinson in 1808 with his wife, Elizabeth. The Hutchinson family immigrated to America in 1627, first settling in Massachusetts Bay and were members of the Puritans; William Smith and his family from Monmouth County, New Jersey moved into the area in 1809 and lived on a farm with his wife, Lucretia and their thirteen children. ... The first apple orchard in the township was on Ezekiel Hutchinson’s farm. It was established in 1807 with trees brought from New Jersey."  1808 Ezekiel Hutcheson bought land in Clermont County, Ohio from Eliher Hopkins and from Andrew Megrew. 1809 Ezekiel Hutchinson was on the tax list for Hamilton County, Ohio. 1810 Ezekiel Hutchinson was on the tax list for Clermont County 1812 Ezekiel Hutcheson enlisted as a private and was discharged as an adjutant in Regiment 1 Finley's, Ohio Militia.  1814 Ezekiel Hutchinson was a Minister of Gospel in the M.E. Church when he married nephew Samuel Hartman and Sally Dunham in Clermont County, Ohio. 1820 Ezekiel Hutchinson lived in Williamsburgh Twp, Clermont County, Ohio. Nearby were brother Aaron and sister Rebecca and brother-in-law Christopher Hartman.  1824 Ezekiel Hutcheson bought land in Clermont County, Ohio from William James. 1824 Ezekiel Hutcheson bought land in Clermont County, Ohio from Robert Hutchinson. 1830 Ezekiel Hutchinson (age 50-59) and wife (age 50-59) lived in Williamsburg Twp, Clermont County, Ohio with five younger males (age 10-14 and four 20-29) and five younger females (age 5-9, 10-14, two 15-19, 20-29).  1840 Ezekiel Hutchinson (age 60-69) and wife (age 60-69) lived in Jackson Twp, Clermont County, Ohio with two younger males (age 15-19 and 20-29) and one younger female (age 15-19).  1845 Ezekiel Hutchinson's estate was recorded Aug 1845 in book P.A. A-188. 1851 Rachel Hutchinson's estate was recorded 25 March 1851 in book P.A. A-286. 1844 On 19 June, Rachel Hutchinson died and was buried at Greenberry Cemetery, Glancy Corner Marathon Road, Jackson Twp, Clermont County, Ohio. 
 Ronald Vern Jackson, New Jersey Tax Lists 1772-1822, Vol. 3 (1981), 1789, [Search Ancestry.com].
 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), 550, right column, [HathiTrust].
 History of Jackson Twp, Clermont County, search for Hutchinson, [Link].
 NARA record roll box 107 exct 602
 US census, 1820, Reel 0089, Image 20, line 7, [Internet Archive].
 US census, 1830, Reel 0128, Image 582, line 8, [Internet Archive].
 US census, 1840, Reel 0384, Image 355, line 6 from bottom, [Internet Archive].
 Find A Grave Memorial 95536148, [Find_A_Grave].