I wonder if the following obit might refer to the son of your Dr Samuel. I know the Samuel in this obit is related to my line yet haven't nailed down exactly how, perhaps you could help? Anyway here is the obit >>>
WAUSHARA ARGUS Wautoma, Wisconsin
09 MAY1879 SAMUEL HUTCHINSON, Junior., d. Apr 14, 1879 - - - - (CONN)
At Hancock, wis., April 14, 1879, aged 86 years...As was his father SAMUEL HUTCHINSON, Senior., "he was born in Connecticut, and like he was a soldier of his country. His father was a surgeon in the Revolutionary struggle with Great Britain, and when the war of 1812 came on he gave the subject of this sketch a gun and horse, and with tears in his eyes told him to "go". At the age of 30 he was married to Miss Mary George....He was buried by the side of his wife who died about nine years ago. His funeral was attended by a large number of citizens who came to the town about the same time, 1854. His sons CEYDON and GEORGE, and MRS. YOUT (or Yost), his children, lived to follow him to his narrow home. He removed from the state of New York to Racine, Wis., in 1837, when it was a very small place, and being a good carpenter and joiner, built the court-house and jail erected at that time.