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Hutchesson family

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Descendants of Thomas HUTCHESSON & Mary CRANE

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my ancestors

descendants of Abraham and Martha BATTY

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Baker family

possible Hutchesson relatives in Wisbech, Camb, in 18th and 19th centuries




Brief descendants tree:

John James HUTCHESSON (1839-1918):

Reuben HUTCHESSON snr (1842-1885):

Thomas HUTCHESSON jnr (1845-1918) b. Cambridgeshire, England. d. Jung, Vic. presumably arrived in Adelaide before 1869; strict Methodist;

Descendants of Mary CRANE's paternal grandparents, John CRANE and Martha DEAR:


Descendants of William HUTCHESSON / HUTCHINSON and his wife Elizabeth:

William was brother of Thomas HUTCHESSON snr and thus uncle to Thomas, Reuben and John with whom he emigrated with his family.

Some family photos:

John HUTCHESSON and wife Mary HATELEY's Golden Wedding anniversary in 1914 with family (see here)

Reuben HUTCHESSON snr and wife Eleanor CRANE who married in 1860, photo 1876.

Martha Jane BRILL at rear, her husband Arthur HUTCHESSON (my great prandparents) and daughters Rachel, Bonnie and Ethel (front) ... hmmm... definitely can see my mother in Martha Jane

and again, Arthur Hutchesson, his wife Martha Jane BRILL and 3 of his daughters, from left Ethel, Rachel and Bonnie.


Rachel HUTCHESSON milking a cow

May, Ruth (Bonnie) and Rachel HUTCHESSON


Len HUTCHESSON, an undertaker for Horsham see here

Wesley, Len and Len's son Clarrie HUTCHESSON who was also an undertaker but was killed in WWII

Oliver HUTCHESSON and his wife, Bessie BAKER in 1915

Oliver HUTCHESSON and sons Ronald Ernest & Terence Charles taken in Fremantle when Oliver visited his sons in a Salvation Army Boys Home in Seaforth in W.A. in 1922. It is a postcard that Oliver sent his younger brother Reuben in Yahl in S.A. as a Christmas greeting.


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