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AKA: Anne Hutchinson - Famous Early New England Puritan Leader, mother of 15, and important participant in the Antinomian Controversy that shook the infant Massachusetts Bay Colony from 1636 to 1638. The Hutchinson River is named after her.
- 1591-Jul-20 : Baptism following birth in Alford, Lincolnshire, England
- 1608 (est) : Marriage to William Hutchinson (1586-1641) in Alford, Lincolnshire, England
- 1634 : Migration of Anne and family to New England, Boston.
- 1638 : Excommunication from Church in Boston - moved with followers to settle Providence, RI.
- 1641 : Death of husband William.
- 1642 : Moved to settle at Split Rock in Bronx (now NYC) of the Dutch New Netherland
- 1643-Aug : Died in Indian Massacre in New Netherland (later Bronx, New York)
Birth and Early Years
Reverend John Cotton was Anne Hutchinson's mentor, and her reason for immigrating to New England.
In 1634, 43-year old Anne Hutchinson, her 48-year old husband William, their other ten living children, aged about eight months to 19 years, and William's aged mother, Susanna, set sail from England aboard the Griffin, the same ship that carried Cotton and their oldest son to New England a year earlier.
Kieft War Massacre
Because of religious turmoil, in 1642 the family left New England for the Dutch colony of New Netherland, located in what is today Bronx, New York.
Anne and her family were killed during a fampage by Siwanoy Indians through the Netherland Colony in 1643. Only their daughter Susanna, age 9, survived.
Ann and Will had 15 children, all except the last one were born and baptised in Alford, Lincolnshire.
- Edward Hutchinson (1613-1675) - md. Mary Cushmand - The oldest child, Edward, was a military captain who died from wounds suffered at the battle known as Wheeler's Surprise during King Philip's War.
- Susanna Hutchinson (1614-1630) - died in England from the plague of 1630.
- Richard Hutchinson (1615-) - Admitted into the Boston Church, but then returned to England. No other record of him is found.
- Faith Hutchinson (1617-1652) - fourth child, Faith, married Thomas Savage, a Boston soldier and merchant
- Bridget Hutchinson (1619-1698)] - Bridget (5th child), married John Sanford who became Governor of Rhode Island
- Francis Hutchinson (1620-1643) - oldest Hutchinson child (age 23) to die in 1643 indian massacre
- Elizabeth Hutchinson (1622-1630) - died in the plague of 1630 in England.
- William Hutchinson (1623-1624) - first son name william died in infancy.
- Samuel Hutchinson (1624-) - married, had a child, but left behind few records.
- Anne Hutchinson (1626-1643) - died (age 17) in the 1643 indian massacre while visiting with her mother. Her husband, William Collins (1612-1705) and baby (William Jr) were back home in Rhode Island both lived a long life.
- Mary Hutchinson (1628-1643) - died (age 15) in 1643 indian massacre
- Katherine Hutchinson (1629-1643) - died (age 14) in 1643 indian massacre
- William Hutchinson (1631-1643) - died (age 12) in 1643 indian massacre
- Susanna Hutchinson (1633-1713) - 1643 Massacre survivor captured by the indians and then later traded to the English, md. John Cole and had 11 children
- Zuriel Hutchinson (1636-1643) - died in 1643 indian massacre - age 7 - only child born in America.
|Offspring of Francis Marbury and Bridget Dryden (c1562-1645)|
|Anne Marbury (1591-1643)||20 July 1591 Alford, Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom||August 1643 Pelham Bay, Bronx County, New Netherlands, United States|| William Hutchinson (1586-1641)|
|Catharine Marbury (1610-1687)||1610 England||2 May 1687 Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island|| Richard Scott (1606-1680)|
- Anne Hutchinson - Wikipedia
- Pelham Bay Park - Wikipedia - historic site of Hutchinson Settlement in 1643.
- Francis Marbury List of Famous Descendants
- Anne Marbury Royal Ancestry