Person:Dixon Hutchinson (1)

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Dixon Hutchinson
b.Abt. 1865
 
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Name Dixon Hutchinson
Gender Male
Birth? Abt. 1865

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Dixon Hutchinson: Biographical Information

Dixon Hutchinson was born about 1865. He is enumerated in the 1880 Federal Census for St. Andrews Parish, Charleston County, South Carolina. He is living in the household of Simon Walker and is listed as Simon's brother-in-law. Simon Walker has connections to Drayton Hall Plantation in Charleston, South Carolina.

Simon Walker opened a Freedmen's Bank account in Charleston, June 9, 1871. His application indicates that he was born and raised in St. Andrews Parish, Charleston County, South Carolina. He listed his residence as Drayton Hall Plantation, St. Andrews Parish.

In 1871 Simon was living with his second wife Dolly. With his first wife, he had children Renty and Dianah Walker. At the time of his Freedmen's Bank record he and his second wife Dolly had two children, Hessey and Edward.

Simon gave his brother's name as Joe and his sister's name as Nanny Smith.

The 1880 Federal Census lists Dixon Hutchinson, age 15, in the household of Simon Walker. Dixon's household in 1880 was:

Simon Walker, head, 56

Dolly Walker, wife, 35

Renty Walker, son, 22

Dianna Walker, daughter, 16

Hess Walker, daughter, 14

Edward Walker, son, 8

Julia Walker, daughter, 4

Celia Walker, daughter, 2

Dixon Hutchinson, brother in law, 15

Family Group Sheet

To view pages for each of Dixon's family members, you may click on the link below. This will take you to the family page for Simon and Dolly. From there you can navigate to the individual person pages by clicking on the name of the person whose page you wish to view:

Family: Simon Walker and Dolly Unknown (1)

Associated Documents

1880 Federal Census, St. Andrews Parish, South Carolina, Page 69A (transcription to be added)

About This Page

This page is part of a groundbreaking research project to rediscover the family lineages of enslaved people on Drayton family plantations in Barbados and the United States. To read more about this historic research, please visit the article below:

Genealogy of Enslaved Communities on Drayton Family Plantations: A Research Project Sponsored by the Magnolia Plantation Foundation of Charleston, SCHutchinson in South Carolina