Timothy Hutchinson of NH

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Timothy Hutchinson of NH, c. 1675 - c. 1760

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  • ID: I16
  • Name: Timothy Hutchinson
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: Abt 1675 in Ulster or Scotland ? NH ?
  • _RIN: 45 1
  • Death: Aft 1759 in Gilmanton, Belknap Co., NH
  • _RIN: 46 2
  • Note:
    DNA: Haplotype indicates that this Timothy Hutchinson is NOT related to a ny of the documented New England Hutchinson lines! This includes the Samu el Hutchinson of Andover, MA (who died 1697/8 in Andover), who named so n Timothy in his Will.

    The haplotype indicates a Highland Scots origin. Please note that Hutchin son is a sept of Clan Donald and that, among other places, Clan Donald ha s been in control of Co. Antrim, Ulster since the 16th century, from befo re the Ulster Plantation began.

    BIRTH: Date from the 1992 Edition IGI .

    Hampton, NH was founded in 1638. Out of the original borders of Hampton c ame all or parts of the towns of Danville [originally, Hawke], East Kings ton, Hampton Falls, Kensington, Kingston, North Hampton, Rye, Sandown, an d Seabrook.

    Variant spellings in the primary source records of this Timothy's name in clude "Huchesen," "Hutchins," "Huchings," and "Huchesun."

    MARRIAGE: 1992 Edition IGI

    DEATH: Timothy executed a deed in 1759. No probate record. One source say s he died in 1766, but does not give a reason for selecting this date. Ti mothy is missing from the 1776 census of NH. [Wilson, pp. 60-61]

    BURIAL: No gravesite has been found. However, there is a house that stil l stands (as of 2003) in NH which was owned by his son, Jonathan, and i n which he may have died. As Jonathan also does not have an identified gr avesite, it may be that both are buried on the property.

    BIOGRAPHY: The earliest reference to Timothy Hutchinson occurs on 13 Ma y 1710 when he affixed his signature to a petition by the inhabitants o f Hampton Falls, Rockingham Co., NH asking to be set off as a separate to wn (parish). (NH State Papers ii, p. 429)

    1710 - "Timothy Hutchins" signs petition by inhabitants of Hampton Fall s to be set off as a separate parish.

    1712 - Hampton Falls established.

    1717 - "Hannah Hutchins, wife of Timothy," baptized in the Hampton Fall s church. (church records - Puriton)

    1718 - "Timothy Hutchins" bought shares 153, 154, 159 in the Fifth Rang e of the First Division, Kensington, NH from Ebenezer Loverell (Lovell) o n 13 Nov 1718. (NH Index to Superior Court Records, Deeds and Wills, thr u 1900, Vol 54, p. 494)

    1726 - Timothy Huchings of Hampton, to John Sellea (Cilley), land in Hamp ton, (Index to Superior Court NH, Vol 54, p. 496)

    1730 - Timothy Huchings of Hampton, to William Norton of Greenland, lan d in Hampton, on 28 May 1730, (Index to Superior Court NH, Vol 54, p. 492 )

    1731 - Timothy Huchings of Hampton, to Benjamin Swett, land in Hampton, 1 1 Sep 1731, (Index to Superior Court NH, Vol 54, p. 490)

    1732/3 - "Timothy Huchesun" signs petition by inhabitants of Hampton Fall s for a tavern license. From - "Town Papers, Documents and Records relati ng to Towns in New Hampshire" by Nanthaniel Bouton, Concord, NH, 1875, pp . 341-2.

    1733 - "Thimothy Huchsien," inhabitant of "Kingston and ye west part of H ampton" opposed to the formation of a new parish. From - "Town Papers, Do cuments and Records relating to Towns in New Hampshire" by Nanthaniel Bou ton, Concord, NH, 1875, p. 357.

    1737 - Timothy Hutchinson in Kensington, setting boundary line between hi s estate and that of James Sanborn.

    1739 - Timothy Hutchinson, inhabitant of Kensington, signs petition to b e annexed to MA. From - "Town Papers, Documents and Records relating to T owns in New Hampshire" by Nanthaniel Bouton, Concord, NH, 1875, p. 355.

    1739 - Timothy Hutchinson of Hampton, deed to Jonathan Hutchinson, land i n Hampton, 4 July 1739 (NH Index to Superior Court Records, Deeds and Wil ls, thru 1900, Vol 53, p. 270)

    1746 - "Timothy Hoshison," inhabitant of Kensington, signs petition again st the building of a bridge. From - "Town Papers, Documents and Records r elating to Towns in New Hampshire" by Nanthaniel Bouton, Concord, NH, 187 5, pp. 582-3.

    1753 - Timothy Hutchinson of Kensington, deed to Johnson Hutchinson, lan d in Kensington, 13 Jan 1753 (NH Index to Superior Court Records, Deeds a nd Wills, thru 1900, Vol 54, p. 498)

    1759 - Timothy Hutchinson of Kensington, deed to Jonathan Hutchinson, lan d in Kensington, 15 Feb 1759 (NH Index to Superior Court Records, Deeds a nd Wills, thru 1900, Vol 59, p. 283, 285)

    LAND: The earliest record of land purchased by him is found under the dat e 13 Nov 1718, when he bought of Ebenezer Loverett "a certain parcel of l and situate lying in ye township of Hampton." (Rockingham Co. Rec. Deed s Vol 54, p. 497) This land was in that part of Hampton now known as Kens ington and was his homestead.

    In Kensington, NH records, he is listed as having come from Kingston betw een 1727 and 1732. In 1732 he is listed as a householder in Kensington. H e held a town office there in 1737 and in 1743 he built the house which s till stands.

    LAND: Timothy Hutchinson Bought shares 153, 154, and 155 in the 5th rang e of First Division, Kensington, NH in 1718 (13 Nov 1718 - Red Oak Ridge) . In 1759 Timothy deeded his home to his son, Jonathan. The family sold h is home in 1761 for 6,000 pounds and moved to Gilmanton, NH. From: "Th e Hx of Kensington, NH, 1633-1945" by Rev. Roland D. Sawyer, p. 351.

    The house he lived in still stands (2004). It may have graves in the back yard, but no one has searched. Current owners do not wish to be disturbed .

    MISC: Kingston and Kensington are both London Boroughs.

    RUMOR: "It is believed that two brothers arrived in America at about th e same time as Anne and William (1634). One returned shortly therafter t o England, but the other remained and had issue. Timothy, a grandson of t he latter, was living in Hampton Falls, NH in 1710." [unpublished, unattr ibuted, typed manuscript]
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  • _RIN: 42 4
  • Change Date: 8 JUN 2005 at 09:36:08




    Marriage 1 Hannah b: Abt 1685 in MA (?) c: 14 JUL 1717 in Hampton Falls, Rockingham Co., NH
    • Married: Abt 1710 in Hampton, Rockingham Co., NH 1
    Children
    1. Has Children Ebenezer Hutchinson b: 11 AUG 1711 in Hampton Falls, Rockingham Co., NH c: 12 OCT 1746 in Kingston, Rockingham Co, NH
    2. Has Children Jonathan Hutchinson b: Abt 1713 in Kensington, Rockingham Co., NH
    3. Has Children John Hutchinson b: Abt 1717 in Kensington, Rockingham Co., NH
    4. Has Children Hannah Hutchinson b: Abt 1722 in NH
    5. Has No Children Johnson Hutchinson b: Abt 1730 in Kensington, Rockingham Co., NH
    6. Has No Children Susanna Hutchinson b: Abt 1732 in NH
    7. Has Children Mary Hutchinson b: Abt 1735
    8. Has No Children Phoebe Hutchinson c: 15 JAN 1738 in Kensington, Rockingham Co., NH

    Sources:
    1. Title: IGI - NH
      Publication: 1992 Ed
      Abbrev: IGI - NH
    2. Title: Rockingham Co., NH Grantor-Grantee Index
      Abbrev: Rockingham Co., NH Grantor-Grantee Index
      Note: Timothy Hutchinson to Jonathan Hutchinson
      Quality: 3
    3. Title: A Brief Sketch of the Hutchinson Family of NH
      Author: Frank Allen Hutchinson
      Abbrev: Frank Allen Hutchinson
      Publication: Lowell, MA 1896
      Abbrev: Hutchinson Family of NH
      Page: 5
    4. Title: History of Pembroke, New Hampshire, 1730-1895, Vol. II, The Genealogies
      Author: N. F. Carter
      Abbrev: N. F. Carter
      Publication: Allenstown-Pembroke Bicentennial Committee, 1976
      Abbrev: Hx of Pembroke, Merrimack Co., NH
      Page: 158
      Quality: 2

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