Person:William Hutchinson (17)

William Hutchinson
m. Abt. 1585
  1. William Hutchinson1586 - 1641
  2. Theophilus Hutchinson1588 -
  3. Samuel Hutchinson1590 - Aft 1644
  4. Esther Hutchinson1593 -
  5. John Hutchinson1595 - 1644
  6. Richard Hutchinson1597/8 -
  7. Susanna Hutchinson1599 - 1601
  8. Susanna Hutchinson1601 -
  9. Anne Hutchinson1603 -
  10. Mary Hutchinson1605 -
  11. Edward Hutchinson1607 -
  • HWilliam Hutchinson1586 - 1641
  • WAnne Marbury1591 - 1643
m. 9 Aug 1612
  1. Edward Hutchinson1613 - 1675
  2. Susanna Hutchinson1614 - 1630
  3. Faith Hutchinson1617 -
  4. Bridget Hutchinson1618/19 - Bef 1698
  5. Susanna Hutchinson1633 - Bef 1713
Facts and Events
Name William Hutchinson
Gender Male
Christening[2] 14 Aug 1586 Alford, Lincolnshire, England
Marriage 9 Aug 1612 London, Middlesex, EnglandChurch of St. Mary Woonoth.
to Anne Marbury
Death[3] soon aft Jun 1641 Newport, Newport, Rhode Island, United States
Burial[4] King's Chapel Burying Ground, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States


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William Hutchinson (1586–1641) was a judge (chief magistrate) of the Colony of Portsmouth on the island of Aquidneck, also known as Rhode Island (and later a part of the Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations). Sailing from England to New England with his large family in 1634, he became a merchant in Boston and served as both Deputy to the General Court and selectman. In Boston, his wife, the famed Anne Hutchinson, became embroiled in a theological controversy with the Puritan leaders of the colony, resulting in her banishment in 1638. Hutchinson and 18 others departed with her to form the new settlement of Pocasset on the Narragansett Bay, renamed Portsmouth, one of the original towns in the Rhode Island colony.

In Portsmouth, Hutchinson became treasurer, then, in 1639 when controversy compelled the judge (governor) of the town, William Coddington to relocate and found the town of Newport, Hutchinson became the chief magistrate of Portsmouth, which lasted for less than a year. Hutchinson died shortly after June 1641, after which his widow and many of her younger children moved to New Netherland (later in the Bronx in New York City). Mrs. Hutchinson and all but one of her children perished in a massacre which sprang from tensions between the Dutch and the Indians. William Hutchinson was described by Governor John Winthrop as being mild tempered, somewhat weak, and living within the shadow of his prominent and outspoken wife.

References
  1.   William Hutchinson (Rhode Island), in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia. (Online: Wikimedia Foundation, Inc.).
  2. Dudding, Reginald Charles; Church of England. Parish Church of Alford (Lincolnshire); and Church of England. Parish Church of Rigsby-with-Ailby (Lincolnshire). The Parish registers of Alford & Rigsby in the county of Lincoln collated with and supplemented by the Bishops' transcripts, a.d. 1538-1680. (Lincoln: The Society, 1917 (Horncastle : W.K. Morton)).

    WILLIMUS. HUTCHINSON, chr. 14 Aug 1586, father EDDI. OR EDWARDI HUTCHINSON

  3. William Hutchinson, in Anderson, Robert Charles; George F. Sanborn; and Melinde Lutz Sanborn. The Great Migration: Immigrants to New England, 1634-1635. (NEHGS, 1999-2011).

    Origin: Alford, Lincolnshire; Migration: 1634 on the Griffin [Kempton Anc 4:382] First Residence: Boston
    Birth: Baptized Alford, Lincolnshire 14 Aug 1586, son of Edward and Susanna (___) Hutchinson [NEHGR 20:363]
    Death: Soon after Jun 1641 [Lechford 390]

  4. William Hutchinson, in Find A Grave.


Griffin (1634)
The Griffin carried amongst its passengers eventual famous religious dissenter Anne Hutchinson
Sailed: 1 Aug 1634 from Unspecified Port, England
Arrived: 18 Sep 1634 at Boston, Massachusetts Bay Colony

Passengers:
~50 (Full List)
William & Mary Bartholomew - William Haines - Richard Haines - Nathaniel Heaton family - William & Anne Hutchinson - Edward Hutchinson family - Samuel Hutchinson family - Susanna Hutchinson - Rev. John Lothrop family - Thomas Lynde family - Rev. Zachariah Symmes family


Additional passengers listed by Banks: Rev. John Cotton - John Haynes - Joseph Mygatt - Benjamin Hammond


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Founders of Portsmouth, Rhode Island
On March 7, 1638, a group of religious dissenters signed the Portsmouth Compact. They had been disarmed by leaders of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. William Coddington, Anne Hutchinson, and John Clarke conferred with Roger Williams in Providence, who suggested that they buy land from the Native Americans on Aquidneck Island. They formed the settlement of Pocasset, later Portsmouth, on Aquidneck, later called Rhode Island. Portsmouth and Newport later united with Providence and Warwick in 1654 as the colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations.
Text of the Compact: The 7th Day of the First Month, 1638. We whose names are underwritten do hereby solemnly in the presence of Jehovah incorporate ourselves into a Bodie Politick and as He shall help, will submit our persons, lives and estates unto our Lord Jesus Christ, the King of Kings, and Lord of Lords, and to all those perfect and most absolute laws of His given in His Holy Word of truth, to be guided and judged thereby.
Signers: William Coddington - John Clarke - William Hutchinson, Jr. [husband of Anne Hutchinson]- John Coggeshall - William Aspinwall - Samuel Wilbore - John Porter - John Sanford - Edward Hutchinson, Jr. Esq. - Thomas Savage - William Dyre [husband of Boston martyr Mary Dyer] - William Freeborne - Philip Sherman - John Walker - Richard Carder - William Baulston - Edward Hutchinson, Sr. - Henry Bull - Randall Holden

Current Location: Newport County, Rhode Island   Parent Towns: Boston   Daughter Towns: Newport

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