'Hutchinson04'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Hutchinson of Durham, Hutchinson of Harelaw, Hutchinson of Kyo, Hutchinson of Riding Hills

Noting that BLG1937 identifies the following family's arms as "Per pale nebuly az. and gu., three cross-crosslets in pale or, between two lions rampant respecting each other arg.", it is likely that it was connected to the family shown on Hutchinson01. BLG1937 reports that the following Thomas was "of the family of Huchinson, originally Hucheon, i.e. Little Hugh, or Son of Hugh, of Cornsay, co. Durham".
Thomas Hutchinson of Burne House, Kyo, and Riding Hills, co. Durham (d 1609)
m. Elizabeth Hall (dau of John Hall of Birtley)
1. John Hutchinson of Burne House & Kyo (b c1575, d 20.05.1639)
  m. Alice
  A. John Hutchinson of Kyo & Harelaw (d before 1654)
  m. Merrill (16.04.1686)
  i. William Hutchinson of Harelaw (d 1676) had issue
  m. (17.02.1654) Ellinor Greenwell of Ivesley
  ii. John Hutchinson of Kyo & Carrnyers, Durham (d 10.1695)
  m. (21.12.1654) Isabel Fletcher of Ravensworth (d 1679)
  a. Robert Hutchinson of Kyo (d 1723)
m. (21.06.1703) Rosamond Catterick (d 24.02.1745-6, dau of Henry Catterick of Biggin)
  (1) John Hutchinson of Kyo, Riding Hills & Biggin (b 0.1704, d 08.06.1767)
  m. (25.11.1766) Sarah Grainger (d 1820, dau of John Grainger of The Heugh, m2. John Burlison of Crossgate)
  (A) John Hutchinson of Kyo & Riding Hills, Mayor of Durham (b 29.09.1767, d 30.09.1831)
  m. (1796) Mary Greenwell (b 1773, d 1844, dau of Alan Greenwell of Greenwell Ford)
  (i) John Hutchinson of Kyo & Durham (b 21.04.1797, dsp 29.03.1855)
  m. (183*) Mary Burrell (d 1851)
  (ii) Alan William Hutchinson of Kyo & Hollingside, Mayor of Durham (17.01.1799, 18.08.1863) had issue
  m. (14.08.1851) Sarah Tate (d 17.08.1912, dau of Thomas Tate of Bank House, m2. John Fogg-Elliot of Elvet Hill)
  (iii) Mary Anne Hutchinson (b 1800)
  m. (1825) Thomas Richard Shipperdson (Vicar of Woodhorn, of family of Pittington Hallgarth & Hermitage)
  (iv) Jane Hutchinson (b 1805, d 1870)
  m. _ Peppercorn of St. Neots
  (v)+ other issue (d unm) - Sarah (b 1802, d 1852), Elizabeth (b 1809, d 1870)
  b. John Hutchinson of Harelaw & Carrnyers (d 07.1717) had issue ("now extinct")
  m. (04.1685) Anne Laing (d 1695, dau of Robert Laing)
  c. Thomas Hutchinson (d 1682)
  B. Thomas Hutchinson of Billingside, co. Durham ancestor of the Hutchinsons of Billingside
  0m. (05.1636) Elizabeth Bradshaw of Healeyfield (24.04.1700)
  C. Elizabeth Hutchinson (b 06.09.1602)
2. Jane Hutchinson
  m. (08.05.1597) Lancelot Jackson



Eliakim Hutchinson (b c1708, d 1775 (in Boston, New England), judge in Massachussetts Bay)
m. Elizabeth Shirley (d c1790, dau of William Shirley of Oat Hall, Governor of Massachusetts Bay (New England) then of the Bahama Islands)
1. William Hutchinson (b c1747, d unm 1797, Member of his Majesty's Council in the Island of Dominica, Lt. Colonel)
2. Elizabeth Hutchinson (b 02.03.1741, d 28.01.1782)
  m. East Apthorp (a 1811, vicar of Croydon, rector of Bow, Chancellor of London, son of Charles Apthorp of Norfolk then Boston)
  Nichols reports that East was 4th son of Charles, "a native of Norfolk, who settled at Boston early in life as a merchant, andhad eighteen children". East had the following children by Elizabeth then m2. Anne, dau of John Crich of Thurlow & sister of the rector of Thenlow & Mildenhall, by whom he had a daughter Sarah (a 1811).
  A. Frederick Apthorp (rector of Gumley, &c., 2nd son) had issue
  m. Susan Hubbard (dau of George Hubbard of Bury St. Edmund's, niece (sb cousin?) of George Tomline (formerly Pretyman), Bishop of Lincoln) @@ see here @@
  B. Anne Apthorp
  m. Rev. Robert Towerson Cory (Master of Emanuel College ,Cambridge)
  C. Harriet Apthorp
  m. Samuel Butler (vicar of Kenelworth, Master of Shrewsbury School)
  D.+ other issue - Barlow Trecothick (d 766), Frances, Griselda, Elizabeth, Susannah
3.+ other issue - Frances (a 1811), Catharine (d 22.01.1777), other children (d young)

Main source(s):
(1) For upper section : BLG1937 ('Fox-Hutchinson late of Kyo and Riding Hills')
(2) For lower section : 'History and Antiquities of the County of Leicester' (John Nichols, vol 4, part 2, 1811, 'Pedigree of Shirley of Preston, Sussex', p1050)
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