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Children of John McDONALD were:
Maria Ann E. "Annie" McDONAL(D) was born in 1827.
Maria Ann E. "Annie" McDONAL(D) and Joseph HUTCHINSON were married on 21 Mar 1849. Joseph HUTCHINSON (son of John HUTCHINSON and Ann BENNETT) was born on 21 Mar 1828 in Elizabeth Township, Allegheny, Pennsylvania. He was born near Round Hill Church.
The family appeared in the census on 5 August 1870 in Cornplanter Township, Venango, Pennsylvania.904 011 Hutchinson, James 41 M W Well Contractor PA Anna E 42 F W PA John M 20 M W Engineer at well PA Trovilla W 14 M W PA Lizzie 11 F W PA Haune D 6 M W PA
The family appeared in the census in 1880 in Bradford, Kane, Pennsylvania. NARA Film# T9-1153, Pg# 74, Pg Character C, Entry# 452, File# 1255153Hutchinson Jas Self M 51 Blacksmith PA PA IRE Anna E Wife F 53 keeping house PA PA PA J M Son M 29 Oil Producer PA PA PA T W Son M 22 Laborer PA PA PA L G Dau F 20 PA PA PA H D Son M 15 PA PA PA M B Dau F 9 PA PA PA Webber J B Other M 22 work in Blacksmith shop PA PA PA
Marie Ann died in Nov 1896. She was buried on 11 Nov 1896 in West Newton, Westmoreland, Pennsylvania.
West Newton Cemetery Lot Interment record stated:Name - HUTCHINSON, MRS. JOSEPH (ANNIE) Interment No. - 383 Date of Death - Date of Interment - 11-11-1896 Place of Death - Cause of Death - Age - Sex - female Color - white Undertaker - City - Lot Owner - Joseph Hutchinson Section - A Lot No. - 66 Grave No. - 3 Lot Book - 2 Page - 104 Interment Record Page - 18
Joseph appeared in the census on 15 June 1900 in Menallen, Fayette, Pennsylvania. ED# 0040, Sheet# 8A, Household ID 163, Ref# 38, GSU Film# 1241411, Image# 001Hutchinson Joseph Head W M Apr 1828 72 Wd PA PA Ireland Blacksmith John M Son W M Jan 1851 49 M PA PA PA Oil Well Driller Anna M DIL W F Sep 1874 25 M 3 1 1 PA PA PA Orilla GDau W F Feb 1899 1 S PA PA PA Edna May adpt Dau W F Jan 1883 17 S PA PA PA
He appeared in the census in 1910 in Fayette County, Pennsylvania. ED# 8048, Visit# 0001Hutchinson, Joseph Head 82 Pennsylvania John M Son 60 Pennsylvania Anna M DIL 37 Pennsylvania Orilla Gdau 11 Pennsylvania Johny M Gson 09 Pennsylvania
Joseph died on 4 Oct 1916 in Allison, Fayette, Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania Certificate of Death stated:Registration District No: 516 File No 108038 Primary Registration District No: 2669 Registrated No: 607 1. PLACE OF DEATH County - Township - Menallan City - Allison 2. FULL NAME - Joseph Hutchinson 3. SEX - Male 4. COLOR OR RACE - white 5. SINGLE, MARRIED, WIDOWED, DIVORCED - widower 7. AGE - 88y, 5m, 7d 8. Occupation - Blacksmith 9. BIRTHPLACE - Penna 10. NAME OF FATHER - John Hutchinson 11. BIRTHPLACE OF FATHER - Penna 12. MAIDEN NAME OF MOTHER - 13. BIRTHPLACE OF MOTHER - Penna 14. THE ABOVE IS TRUE TO THE BEST OF MY KNOWLEDGE (INFORMANT) H. D. Hutchinson (ADDRESS) - Uniontown 16. DATE OF DEATH - October 4 1916 17. CAUSE OF DEATH - Senility? Contributory - Sarcoma involving tissues of the neck for two years. 19. BURIAL, CREMATION, OR REMOVAL: Date - Oct 6 1916 Place - West Newton County - Allegheny State - Pa 19. UNDERTAKER - W. S. Nixon Uniontown
Uniontown Daily News Standard of Oct 5, 1916 stated:
JOS. HUTCHINSON DEAD
Joseph Hutchinson, a pioneer oil man of Pennsylvania and the father of H. D. Hutchinson of this place, died Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Minnie Stacker of Allison. Mr. Hutchinson would have been 89 years old March 21, 1917, having been born in Allegheny county in 1828. In addition to the local councilman, deceased is survived by the following children, John, of near Uniontown; Mrs. Margaret Shrum of Noblestown; Mrs. Elizabeth Knox of Rixford, Pa., and Mrs. Stacker.
Funeral services will be held Friday morning at 11:30 o'clock at home of H. D. Hutchinson in Lincoln street with Rev. J. S. Bromley officiating and interment will be made Friday afternoon in the West Newton cemetery, where the body of deceased will be laid to rest beside that of his wife who died in the fall of 1896. The trip to West Newton will be made by automobile.
Mr. Hutchinson's six grandsons, William, Joseph and Amos Shrum of Noblestown; Earl Shrum of Marianna and Harold and John Hutchinson of Uniontown will serve as his pallbearers.
He was buried on 6 Oct 1916 in West Newton, Westmoreland, Pennsylvania.
West Newton Cemetery Lot Interment record stated:Name - HUTCHINSON, JOSEPH Interment No. - 3543 Date of Death - Date of Interment - 10-6-1916 Place of Death - Cause of Death - Age - Sex - male Color - white Undertaker - Nixon City - Lot Owner - JosephHutchinson Section - A Lot No. - 66 Grave No. - 2 Lot Book - 2 Page - 104 Interment Record Page - 152
Bios: Hi-Hy Surnames: Gresham and Wiley, 1889: Biographical & Portrait Cyclopedia, Fayette Co, PA at http://files.usgwarchives.net/pa/fayette/bios/gresham/hibios.txt reported:
Contributed for use in USGenWeb Archives by Marta Burns. firstname.lastname@example.org USGENWEB ARCHIVES NOTICE: Printing this file within by non-commercial individuals and libraries is encouraged, as long as all notices and submitter information is included. Any other use, including copying files to other sites requires permission from the submitters PRIOR to uploading to any other sites. We encourage links to the state and county table of contents. http://www.usgwarchives.net/ ______________________________________________________________________ Biographical and Portrait Cyclopedia of Fayette County, Pennsylvania editorially managed by John M. Gresham assisted in the compilation by Samuel T. Wiley, A Citizen of the County Compiled and Published by John M. Gresham & Co. Chicago: 1889 http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/fayette/gresham.htm Table of Contents.JOSEPH HUTCHINSON was born near Round Hill church, Elizabeth township, Allegheny county, Penna, March 21, 1828. His father, John Hutchinson, was born in New Jersey and came to Pennsylvania with his father Joseph Hutchinson. He afterwards on his return East, died from the effects of the measles. His wife, Ann Bennett, who lived to be 105 years of age, was a daughter of a captain of the War of the Revolution. The Bennetts were a remarkable people for their longevity and physical endurance, and were noted for their abstemious and temperate habits. John Bennett, a brother of Mrs. Ann Hutchinson, was a soldier under General Markle in the War of 1812-15.
The Hutchinsons are of English stock. John Hutchinson was a leading farmer and speculator of Allegheny and later of Westmoreland county, Penna.
Joseph Hutchinson, whose nameheads this sketch, was married March 21, 1849, to Ann E. McDonal, a daughter of John McDonal of Sewickley township, Westmoreland county, Penna (the great grandfather of the latter was one of the heroes of the Revolution), and has had seven children of whom two are dead: John M Hutchinson, a well-driller by occupation was born in 1850; Magaret Jane Hutchinson, now the wife of Amos Shrum, formerly of Westmoreland county; Travilo W. Hutchinson (deceased); Elizabeth Hutchinson, wife of Harvey Knox; Huldah Belle Hutchinson (deceased); H D Hutchinson, and Minnie B Hutchinson.
Joseph Hutchinson worked on the farm until he learned the blacksmith trade, and has since worked at this and the oil drilling business. He removed and located in Menallen township in 1882.
He lived with daughter Minnie in his later years at Carmichaels, Pennsylvania.
Children of Maria Ann E. "Annie" McDONALD and Joseph HUTCHINSON were:
i. John McDonald HUTCHINSON ii. Margaret Jane "Maggie" HUTCHINSON iii. Trovilla W. (Travilo?) HUTCHINSON iv. Elizabeth G. HUTCHINSON v. Harmer Denny HUTCHINSON vi. Minnie B. HUTCHINSON vii. Hulda Belle HUTCHINSON viii. Edna May HUTCHINSON
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Margaret McDONALD and HAYDENS had no known children.
Violet McDONALD and HAYDENS had no known children.
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