You DO have a lot of information that we need. My husband's grandfather always told us that John Milton was married to a Cherokee woman. We had assumed that meant Delilah was the Cherokee. (Several of the Hutton's have what looks like a Cherokee nose.) You have added a new twist to the family.
I'd rather type this straight to e-mail so it is easier to read.
Can you try to e-mail me directly? firstname.lastname@example.org
John and Delilah had these children that WE knew of: Margaret A. (abt 1860), Sarah e. (abt 1862), Amon ("Ame") (abt 1864), Robert S. (abt 1866), and James (abt 1869). Our notes also show that 3 older sons had left the home before this census was taken.
Amon (I don't have his wife, but can get it.) had these children. I only knew them by the names we called them, not their birth names. Stella (Estella, I think.), Ralph (lived in Wheatland, MO.--very near us. His children still live here in Hickory County, as well.) Harry (Harry Daniel)--this was our link. Grandad Harry was quite a character. He lived to be 99 years old. The Kansas City Star interviewed him a few years before he died. I can send a copy of his interview if you like. And Granddad always spoke of a brother (it may have been an uncle, but I strongly think it was his brother), called "Coy" who went to Colorado when Grandad came to Missouri. Do you have the real names and dates of this line? Isn't it sad. I actually KNEW these people, and don't have their real names and dates. Needless to say, all of the Hutton's I know here are really kind and warm people.
If you would like, I can take photos of the grave stones of John Milton Delilah; Joseph W, John C, Benjamin Edward, and Edward Hutton and send you copies. It would give me an excuse to do something I should have done long ago.
Keep in touch!!! Pat Hutton