Mary Arkwright 1860 - 1915
H. Frank Day ( add) W. Mary Arkwright 1860 - 1915
H. Gilbert Munn ( add) W. Mary Arkwright 1860 - 1915
Facts and Events
Alt Name 
21 July 1860
Washingtonville, Columbiana, Ohio, United States
to Frank Day ( add)
to Gilbert Munn ( add)
17 Nov 1887
Wardner, Shoshone, Idaho, United States to Levi William "Al" Hutton
6 jun 1900
Wallace, Shoshone, Idaho, United States with Levi William "Al" Hutton
19 Apr 1910
Spokane, Spokane, Washington, United States Washington Street with Levi William "Al" Hutton
6 Oct 1915
Spokane, Spokane, Washington, United States
A brief history of May Arkwright Hutton, presented by Coralee Brewer during a tree planting event sponsored by the Agnes Kehoe Progressive Alliance at Lincoln Park, Spokane, Washington, April 22, 2008.
Will of Mary Arkwight Hutton
The estate of Mary Arkwight Hutton was the subject of a case brought before the Washington Supreme Court on May 1, 1919. In delivering the opinion of the court J. Parker summarized her will as follows:
"Mary Arkwight Hutton died in Spokane county on October 6, 1915, being then a resident of that county. She left a non-intervention will, which was made by her on December 2, 1913, naming her husband, L.W. Hutton executor therof. She made no testamentary disposition of her property other than as evidenced by the following language in her will:
"First. I give and bequeath unto my half sister Eliza Grombacher of Cleveland, Ohio the sum of $1,000"
"Second. I give and bequeath unto my half brother, Lyman B. Arkwright of Youngstown, Ohio the sum of $1,000"
"Third. I give and bequeath unto my half brother, Delaney Arkwright of Youngstown, Ohio the sum of $1,000"
"Fourth. I give and bequeath unto the children of my deceased half-brother, William Arkwright, late of Youngstown, Ohio the sum of $1,000"
"Fifth. I direct my executor, herinafter named to contribute out of the funds belonging to my estate the sum of $5,000 toward the completion of a labor temple in the City of Spokane, Washington, payable at his discretion when such temple shall have been substatially constructed."
"Sixth. All the rest, residue and remainder of my estate both real and personal wherever situated, I give devise and bequeath to my husband, L.W. Hutton with full power to retin, hold, manage, invest, and keep the same invested, and receive and retain the rents, issues and profits thereof, for and during the term of his natural life, if he should so long remain my widower, and upon his re-marriage or death, or in case he shall not survive me, I give, devise and bequeth to the said Eliza Grombacher, to the said Lyman B. Arkwright, to the said Delaney Arkwight, and to the children of the said William Arkwight, each an undivided one fourth part thereof absolutey and in fee."
Pieroth, Doris Hinson. . (Hutton Settlement, 2003). The Hutton Settlement: a home for one man's family
Hutton, May Arkwright. . (Hutton, 1900).
The Coeur d'Alenes: or, A tale of the modern inquisition in Idaho
Written by May Arkwright Hutton in 1900.
Montgomery, James W., and May Arkwright Hutton. . (1985). Liberated woman: a life of May Arkwright Hutton ↑ 4.0 4.1 http://www.digitalarchives.wa.gov/Record/View/FAED0E4980275048034B126E580F4BCD, in . Washington State Death Records