Person:Lula Hutchinson (1)

Lula B. Hutcherson
m. 17 Apr. 1848
  1. William Garnett HutchersonABT 1852 -
  2. Mary Lizzie Hutcherson1854 -
  3. Hon. John Cyrus Hutcherson1860 - 1946
  4. Lula B. Hutcherson1866 -
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Name[2][3] Lula B. Hutcherson
Unknown[1] Lula Buford Hutchinson
Gender Female
Birth[3] Aug. 1866 Kentucky, United States
Residence[1] 1880 Hiseville, Barren, Kentucky, United States
Occupation[4] 1885 Sulphur Well, Metcalfe, Kentucky, United StatesTeacher
Residence[3] 1900 Hiseville, Barren, Kentucky, United States
Occupation[2] ABT 1912 South AmericaMissionary
Death[5][6] Tennessee, United StatesBreast Cancer
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  1. 1.0 1.1 United States Census, 1880, Lula Buford Hutchinson, in
  2. 2.0 2.1 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, 1535-1537.

    Via Google Books

    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.

  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 United States Census, 1900, Lula B. Hutcherson, in
  4. Sulphur Well, in Metcalfe County Genealogy.

    ... After Mr. Neal's death, his hotel was used as a combined dwelling and school house. The first school of which there is record was taught in 1878 to 1880 by Mr. and Mrs. Leonard. Soon after the building burned, but it was replaced by the community and referred to as a "college". The official personnel of this school consisted of Professor John Grove, principal; Professor Fitzer, Professor Ellison and a Mrs. Smith, assistants. Sometime later, Mr. Joe Ray and daughter, Annie, of Edmonton taught school in the building. To the college came students not only from this county, but adjoining counties, living in boarding houses or in various homes. About 1885 this school house was destroyed by fire, and a ten pin alley near the Sulphur Well became the pedagogue's domain. Here Miss Lula Hutcherson, sister of the late J. C. Hutcherson of Glasgow, was one of the teachers. The main room of the present school house was built about 1887.

    -from a pamphlet published by the Metcalfe Co Homemakers Clubs in the early 1940s.

  5. Family Records.
  6. Information from living relatives.