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George Washington Hutcherson 1785-1857 Moved from Virginia to Alabama in 1837

George Washington Hutcherson 1785-1857 Moved from Virginia to Alabama in 1837

Posted: 28 Aug 2001 4:08PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 3 Aug 2002 4:30PM GMT
I am looking for other decendants of George Washington Hutcherson ( maybe spelled Hutchinson ).

George Washington Hutcherson
B. 1785 Orange County, Virginia
D. 1857 Sumter County, Alabama.

married Elizabeth Lancaster 1785-1855

Look at my web page at:
http://tommcknight.com/family/hutchinson/Hutchinson.htm

I understand that he also was a General in the War of 1812 but have yet to substantiate this.

From the "1937 Genealogy document by decendant of Washington Hutchinson" we read that Washington Hutcherson moved, " in a colony of 100 white people and their servants to Mt. Hebron, Ala., where they arrived in Sept., 1837."

Tom McKnight
tom_mcknight@bigfoot.com
Orlando, Florida

Re: George Washington Hutcherson 1785-1857 Moved from Virginia to Alabama in 1837

Posted: 2 Apr 2002 2:59AM GMT
Classification: Query
We are the Hutcherson family about whom you are inquiring...I think. My gr=grandfather was Georege Washington Hutcherson, and now you have possibly helped us go back a bit farther. My G.W.Hutcherson is the son of the G W Hutcherson you mention, as our G W served in the War...mustered in at Macon MS in the Noxubee Rifles...etc.Please let us hear from you.

William Bell Stuart

Re: George Washington Hutcherson 1785-1857 Moved from Virginia to Alabama in 1837

Posted: 2 Apr 2002 4:04PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 3 Aug 2002 4:30PM GMT
Surnames: Hutchinson
Hopefully we are connected.

You stated that your great-grandfather was a George Washington Hutchinson "served in the War...mustered in at Macon MS in the Noxubee Rifles". I am assumning this is the Civil War.

You said that your great-granfather G.W. Hutchinson was the son of the George Washington Hutchinson, 1785-1857, who I have listed on my web page.

From my records, I have G.W.Hutchinson, 1785-1857, as having five daughters and no sons. Do you have any information about this relationship. In G.W. Hutchinson's, 1785-1857, will, he only mentions his five daughters, and no sons. You can see a link to his will on my Hutchinson web page:
http://tommcknight.com/family/hutchinson/Hutchinson.htm

Do you have any information that connects your Civil War G.W. Hutchinson with the G.W. Hutchinson, 1785-1857?



Re: George Washington Hutcherson 1785-1857 Moved from Virginia to Alabama in 1837

William Stuart (View posts)
Posted: 2 Apr 2002 5:15PM GMT
Classification: Query
I am possibly mistaken in my assumption that your G W Hutcherson is the father of my gr-grandfather, George W. Hutcherson....I suppose that I was hoping because we do not know the father of our G W H. I will get dates of his birth and death and let you know. There may be some connection!! Our G W H married Easley Eliz. Sibley whose mother was Judith Keziah Winston whose father was Joel Walker Winston, uncle to Gov. John Anthony Winston of Ala. Does of any of this make any connection? I will get more specific info and let you know. I'm just getting started and obviously do not need to make any assumptions. Thanks.

Bill Stuart

Re: George Washington Hutcherson 1785-1857 Moved from Virginia to Alabama in 1837

Kate Whitten (View posts)
Posted: 21 Jul 2002 6:33PM GMT
Classification: Query
Tom,

I am new to this, and just found your site. I am the grand daughter of Arborett Summerlin, born July 21, 1866.

My my mother is Brunie Eugenia Summerlin Maxwell, and you show it as Brunie Mae, which is incorrect.

There are several other errors that I can help you correct, and will do so when I get a moment.


George Washington Hutcherson, grandfather of Arborett Summerlin, your grandmother

Posted: 22 Jul 2002 6:23PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 3 Aug 2002 4:30PM GMT
Kate Whitten,

Thanks for your information about your grandmother Arborett Summerlin. I have added it to web page listed below:

http://tommcknight.com/family/hutchinson/Hutchinson.htm

Are you the lady who is possession of one of the Five Hutcherson Bibles given to each of G.W. Hutcherson's five daughters?

Are you the aunt of Pam Ricks?

I will be emailing you at olegreymare34@yahoo.com.

Thanks,
Tom

Re: George Washington Hutcherson 1785-1857 Moved from Virginia to Alabama in 1837

kate harrison whitten (View posts)
Posted: 4 Aug 2002 12:20AM GMT
Classification: Query
if you would please send me an address so i can send some of the material that i have together. i am trying to finish my side of the harrison family tree.
thanks kate

Re: George Washington Hutcherson 1785-1857 Moved from Virginia to Alabama in 1837

Posted: 5 Aug 2002 6:08PM GMT
Classification: Query
Kate Whitten,

My US Postal address is:

Tom McKnight
501-G Alafaya Woods Blvd.
Oviedo, Florida 32765

I look forward to any information you send me.

Tom McKnight

Re: George Washington Hutcherson 1785-1857 Moved from Virginia to Alabama in 1837

Posted: 2 Jan 2009 12:40AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Maxwell, Harrison
Is this Brunie Maxwell the wife of Curtis Lee Harrison? If so, would love to correspond with you. I am trying to put together the Harrison family for my cousn, who married Leland Harrison, Curtis' son, born in 1929.

Re: George Washington Hutcherson 1785-1857 Moved from Virginia to Alabama in 1837

Posted: 24 Dec 2010 3:52PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Hutcherson
My great-grandfather William M Hutcherson and his brother Richard moved to Saline County Missouri in 1854. His father was Paschal Hutcherson who died in Culpeper VA in 1849. We have not been able to determine who Paschal's parents were. Paschal's widow (Mary Hudson Hutcherson) and her younger children moved to Perry County AL in the 1850s and we are not sure what drew her to Perry County (maybe your Hutcherson). Do you have a Paschal, William M., or a Richard related to your George Washington Huctherson?
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