Person:John Hutcherson (2)

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Hon. John Cyrus Hutcherson
m. 17 Apr. 1848
  1. William Garnett HutchersonABT 1852 -
  2. Mary Lizzie Hutcherson1854 -
  3. Hon. John Cyrus Hutcherson1860 - 1946
  4. Lula B. Hutcherson1866 -
m. 17 Jul. 1889
  1. Fannie Lou Hutcherson1892 - 1918
  2. Lyon Burks Hutcherson1893 -
  3. Dr. John Kenneth Hutcherson1895 - 1981
  4. Dr. William Robert Hutcherson1898 - 1991
  5. James Bernard Hutcherson1900 - 1982
  6. Ida Elizabeth Hutcherson1903 - ABT 1968
  7. Cyrus Booker Hutcherson1905 - 2000
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Name[4] Hon. John Cyrus Hutcherson
Alt Name[3][6] John C. Hutchinson
Alt Name[8] J. C. Hutchison
Gender Male
Birth[7][9] 25 Oct 1860 Glasgow, Barren, Kentucky, United States
Alt Birth? 26 Oct 1860 Kentucky, United States
Other[7][10] 10 Oct. 1861 Barren, Kentucky, United StatesFirst Civil War Battle in Kentucky
Occupation[6] 1880 Hiseville, Barren, Kentucky, United StatesFarmer
Education[7] BEF 1884 Glasgow, Barren, Kentucky, United StatesThe Glasgow Normal School
Graduation[7] 1885 Bowling Green, Warren, Kentucky, United StatesThe Southern Normal School and Business College
Occupation[7] 1885-1887 Teacher
Education[7] 1885-1887 Studied Law
Occupation[7] 1887 Bowling Green, Warren, Kentucky, United StatesPursued law studies under Mitchell & Du Bose
Occupation[7] 1888-1889 Glasgow, Barren, Kentucky, United StatesPracticed law alone
Other[7] Dec 1888 Admitted to the Kentucky Bar
Occupation[7] 1889 Harlan, Harlan, Kentucky, United StatesFormed a legal partnership with Judge John R. Sampson (Harlan Courthouse)
Occupation[7] 1889-1890 Middlesborough, Bell, Kentucky, United StatesPracticed law
Marriage 17 Jul. 1889 Adair, Kentucky, United Statesto Ida Elizabeth Lyon
Occupation[7] 1890-1892 Middlesborough, Bell, Kentucky, United StatesElected City Attorney
Occupation[7] 1893-1895 Glasgow, Barren, Kentucky, United StatesPracticed law
Occupation[7] 1895-1899 Glasgow, Barren, Kentucky, United StatesElected County Attorney
Occupation[2] 1900 Hiseville, Barren, Kentucky, United StatesLawyer
Occupation[7] 1903-1912 Glasgow, Barren, Kentucky, United StatesFormed a legal partnership with George T. Duff
Religion[7] Methodist Episcopal Church, South
Other[7] Member of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows
Residence[3] 1910 Barren, Kentucky, United States
Residence[1] 1920 Barren, Kentucky, United States
Occupation[4][5] 1926 Kentucky, United StatesStatesman and Member of the Kentucky General Assembly, Democratic Representative of District 29
Death? 16 Sep 1946 Barren, Kentucky, United States
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References
  1. United States Census, 1920, John C. Hutcherson, in FamilySearch.org.
  2. United States Census, 1900, J. C. Hutcherson, in FamilySearch.org.
  3. 3.0 3.1 United States Census, 1910, John C. Hutchinson [sic], in FamilySearch.org.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Cyrus Booker Hutcherson, in Journal of the Annual Conference of the North Carolina United Methodist Church (2000), p. 300.

    CYRUS BOOKER HUTCHERSON
    1905 - 2000

    Bom in Glasgow, KY, on May 5, 1905, Cyrus Booker
    Hutcherson was the son of the Honorable John Cyrus
    Hutcherson, statesman and a member of the Kentucky
    General Assembly in 1925.

    Cyrus joined the Methodist Church at age 14. He
    graduated from high school at Glasgow, KY in 1928, and
    received his AB degree from Asbury College, BD degree
    from Asbury Theological Seminary, and completed post
    graduate work at Louisville Presbyterian Seminary,
    Vanderbilt, and the Chaplains School at Harvard.

  5. John C. Hutcherson, in Kentucky General Assembly Membership 1900-2005, Vol I p. 50.
  6. 6.0 6.1 United States Census, 1880, John C. Hutchinson [sic], in FamilySearch.org.
  7. 7.00 7.01 7.02 7.03 7.04 7.05 7.06 7.07 7.08 7.09 7.10 7.11 7.12 7.13 7.14 7.15 7.16 Johnson, E. Polk. A history of Kentucky and Kentuckians: the leaders and representative men in commerce, industry and modern activities. Lewis Publishing Company, 1912, Vol. 3, p.1535-1537.

    via Google Books

    John C. Hutcherson, who is one of the leading attorneys of Glasgow, Kentucky, and a descendant of early pioneers of the state, is a native Kentuckian, born in Barren county October 25, 1860, the son of Cyrus B. and Lou Ann (Burks) Hutcherson, who were also both natives of Kentucky, born in Green county in 1824, and in Barren county in 1828. respectively. After their marriage, which was solemnized in Barren countv about the year 1848, they settled on a farm in the northeastern part of the county, about thirteen miles from Glasgow, where they afterward made their home until their deaths, the mother dying in 1891 and the father surviving until 1906. They were members of the Methodist Episcopal church, South, and were among the best and most highly respected citizens of the county. The father was a farmer and trader and became well-to-do. He was considered and was in very truth one of the progressive and substantial men of his county until the war, which almost completely ruined his fortunes. He and his wife were the parents of four children, namely: William G., who resided on a part of the old homestead; Lizzie, who is unmarried and makes her home with her brother on the old farm; John C., the subject; and Lula B., who is a missionary in South America.

    ...

    John C. Hutcherson, the immediate subject of this review, was reared upon a farm and received his education in several institutions, —the Glasgow Normal School, The Southern Normal School and the business college at Bowling Green, Kentucky, graduating from the latter in 1885. Subsequently he engaged in teaching school for two years and at the same time read law. In the fall of 1887 he went to Bowling Green and pursued his law studies under Mitchell & Du Bose, attorneys of that place. In December of the following year he was admitted to the bar and soon afterward began the practice of his profession at Glasgow, continuing alone until 1889, when he went to Harlan Court House, Harlan county, and formed a partnership with Judge John R. Sampson. This partnership, however, bad been only of short duration when Mr. Hutcherson withdrew and removed to Middlesborough, Kentucky, resuming the practice of his profession at that place. On the incorporation of the town of Middlesborough into a city, in 1890, Mr. Hutcherson was elected city attorney and for two years served in that capacity. His second identification with Glasgow dates from the year 1893, and he resumed and continued his practice here until 1895, when he was elected county attorney, and served one term of four years. In 1903 Mr. Hutcherson formed a partnership with George T. Duff, of Glasgow, and has ever since that time continued in practice with him here.

    Mr. Hutcherson was married at Columbia, Adair county, Kentucky, July 17, 1889, his chosen lady being Miss Ida E. Lyon, who was born in Adair county April 26, 1861, the daughter of James D. and Mary F. (Jones) Lyon, of Adair county. To this union have been born seven children, namely: Fannie L.. Lyon B., John K., William R., James B., Ida E. and Cyrus B. Mr. and Mrs. Hutcherson are members of the Methodist Episcopal church, South, and the former is a member of the fraternity of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows. He stands as one of the progressive and public-spirited citizens of the county and enjoys the respect and confidence of all who know him.

  8. The Adair County News, 16 Aug. 1921.

    16 Aug. 1921:
    Dr. Kenneth Hutchison, of Glasgow, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hutchison, Glasgow, visited Columbia last Wednesday, in company with his Uncle, Mr. Robert Lyon.

  9. John Cyrus Hutcherson, in Rootsweb: Steinbauer/MacLeod Families.

    http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=steinbauer&id=I7985

    Via Title: History of Kentucky -- The Blue Grass State: William Robert Lyon, Url:www.GenealogyLibrary.com, Volume: Volume III, Call Number: 9113
    Abbrev: History of Kentucky
    Author: Publishing Company
    Publication: The S. J. Clarke Publishing Company, Chicago - Louisville, Original Date,1928
    Page: 602

  10. According to family lore, he was hidden in the fireplace so that the stones and the metal grate might protect him from gunfire.