Thomas Johnston Hutchinson, 18611927 (aged 65 years)

Thomas Johnston Hutchinson 1861-1927
Name
Thomas Johnston /Hutchinson/
Given names
Thomas Johnston
Surname
Hutchinson
Birth September 25, 1861 37 38
Birth of a brotherSamuel Henry Hutchinson
May 18, 1863 (aged 1 year)
Death of a maternal grandfatherJohn Johnston
November 15, 1867 (aged 6 years)
Burial of a maternal grandfatherJohn Johnston
November 1867 (aged 6 years)
Cemetery: Woods Cemetery
Birth of a brotherWilliam Francis Hutchinson
December 20, 1867 (aged 6 years)
Birth of a brotherFrancis Hutchinson
April 5, 1871 (aged 9 years)
Death of a brotherFrancis Hutchinson
March 21, 1873 (aged 11 years)
Burial of a brotherFrancis Hutchinson
March 23, 1873 (aged 11 years)
Note: Preemption Cemetery
Marriage of a siblingJoseph HutchinsonMargaret Ann McClainView this family
March 25, 1879 (aged 17 years)
Marriage of a siblingJohn Hutchinson JrMary Elizabeth ArthurView this family
November 5, 1879 (aged 18 years)
Death of a maternal grandmotherMary Johnston
April 5, 1880 (aged 18 years)
Burial of a maternal grandmotherMary Johnston
April 1880 (aged 18 years)
Cemetery: Woods Cemetery
Death of a fatherJohn Hutchinson
October 11, 1882 (aged 21 years)
Burial of a fatherJohn Hutchinson
October 1882 (aged 21 years)
Cemetery: Preemption Cemetery
Death of a paternal grandmotherElizabeth Lipton
April 11, 1885 (aged 23 years)
Burial of a paternal grandmotherElizabeth Lipton
April 13, 1885 (aged 23 years)
Cemetery: Preemption Cemetery
Death of a motherMary Ann Johnston
May 25, 1885 (aged 23 years)
Burial of a motherMary Ann Johnston
May 1885 (aged 23 years)
Cemetery: Preemption Cemetery
MarriageEmma RamseyView this family
February 9, 1886 (aged 24 years)
Birth of a daughterMary Ann Hutchinson
January 7, 1887 (aged 25 years)
Birth of a sonJohn Edward Hutchinson
October 12, 1888 (aged 27 years)
Marriage of a siblingRobert Francis HutchinsonPaulina ArthurView this family
about 1891 (aged 29 years)
Marriage of a siblingWilliam Francis HutchinsonNora Elizabeth JohnstonView this family
August 31, 1891 (aged 29 years)
Birth of a daughterMargaret D Hutchinson
February 11, 1893 (aged 31 years)
Birth of a sonHarry Eugene Hutchinson
March 28, 1899 (aged 37 years)
Marriage of a childEarl J ShearerMargaret D HutchinsonView this family
about 1912 (aged 50 years)
Marriage of a childJohn Edward HutchinsonFlossie May CutlerView this family
June 14, 1913 (aged 51 years)
Birth of a granddaughterMarie ValRae Hutchinson
April 18, 1914 (aged 52 years)
Birth of a granddaughterFrances Emmaline Shearer
October 27, 1914 (aged 53 years)
Death of a granddaughterFrances Emmaline Shearer
January 27, 1917 (aged 55 years)
Birth of a grandsonMarcus Allen Shearer
July 7, 1917 (aged 55 years)
Marriage of a childHerman BurnsMary Ann HutchinsonView this family
about 1918 (aged 56 years)
Death of a sonHarry Eugene Hutchinson
October 25, 1918 (aged 57 years)
Birth of a granddaughterPeggy Ann Shearer
May 9, 1922 (aged 60 years)
Marriage of a childJoseph West AtkinsonMary Ann HutchinsonView this family
1926 (aged 64 years)
Death of a brotherRobert Francis Hutchinson
January 22, 1926 (aged 64 years)
Death of a brotherWilliam Francis Hutchinson
March 6, 1926 (aged 64 years)
Burial of a brotherWilliam Francis Hutchinson
March 8, 1926 (aged 64 years)
Note: Masonic-IOOF Cemetery

Masonic-IOOF Cemetery

W HUTCHINSON Was Pioneer Resident of Scott Township.

William Hutchinson pioneer resident of Scott township died at his home Saturday morning, March 6th at 2:00 o'clock, following an illness of five weeks. Funeral services were conducted from the Methodist church Monday afternoon at 1:00 o'clock with the Rev A H Barker in charge. Interment was in Montezuma cemetery. The following obituary was read at the service:

"Weep not that his toils are over, Weep not that his race is run. God grant we may rest as calmly, When our work, like his is done."

William Hutchinson, son of John and Mary A Hutchinson, was born in Rock Island County, Illinois December 20, 1867. At the age of five years he came to Poweshiek County with his parents in 1872. The family consisted of nine children. They settled in Scott township where he attended the public school and grew to manhood. He was baptized in the Episcopal church in Illinois and later attended the Methodist church in Montezuma. He was married August 23, 1891 to Miss Nora Johnston and continued to live in Scott township practically all his life. To this union were born several children, three of whom, one daughter, Leta and two sons, Hazel and Lawrence and one grandson, Paul Anderson, having preceded him in death. Those who survive him besides his wife are: one daughter, Mrs Ethel Anderson and three sons, Merl, Nele and Harold, and five grandchildren, all in Scott township. He also leaves one sister, Miss Mary Hutchinson, and four brothers, Joseph, Henry and Thomas of Montezuma and John of Cedar Rapids. Three brothers, James, Frank and Robert, passed on before him. His brother Robert passed away in Oakland, California, January 22 of this year. (1926) Mr Hutchinson was a patient sufferer in his illness, covering a period of several months, although confined to his bed five weeks, and given every care and attention which loving hands could possibly give. Using his own words, he "went down the valley" Saturday morning March 6th at 2:00 o'clock at the age of fifty-eight years, two months and fifteen days, realizing that, "Rest comes at length, though life be long and dreary; the day must dawn and darksome night be past; all journeys end in welcome to the weary; and Heaven, the heart's true home, will come at last."

Montezuma Republican, March, 1926

Death July 10, 1927 (aged 65 years)
Burial July 12, 1927 (2 days after death)
newspaper
OBITUARY
July 14, 1927 (4 days after death)
Note: Masonic-IOOF Cemetery

Masonic-IOOF Cemetery

THOMAS HUTCHINSON MOURNED BY ALL DIED SUDDENLY ON SUNDAY MORNING AT 9:00 O'CLOCK Funeral Services Were Held Tuesday Afternoon From Home, Large Attendance

The community was saddened when the sudden death of Thomas Johnston Hutchinson, better known as Tom, occurred Sunday morning, just after he had finished the chores. Mr Hutchinson, substantial citizen of Montezuma, had been ailing for some time, but for the past few months was apparently better. That morning he complained of a pain in his leg, but otherwise felt well. Just as he had reached his home the end came. Funeral services were conducted from the beautiful residence Tuesday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock with the Rev A H Barker, pastor of the Methodist Church, in charge. He was assisted by the Rev W F Vanderlip, pastor of the Presbyterian Church. The Masons of which he was a long time member, were in charge of the services at the grave and attended in a body. A large gathering of relatives and friends were in attendance to give honor to their departed friend and honor his bereaved family. Pall bearers were as follows: Geo F Johnston, L E Thorn, C E Olson, Walter Bowers, Dr D B High, John Wright, Will Blakely, and A O Morgan. Warren Pollard sang just as the service opened. Following is the obituary as read at the home: Thomas Johnston Hutchinson, son of John and Mary A Hutchinson was born on September 27, 1861 and died very suddenly at his home in Montezuma at 9 o'clock Sunday morning July 10, 1927, aged 65 years, 9 months, and 23 days. At the age of eleven in the year 1872, he came to Iowa with his parents. The family consisted of nine children. They settled in Scott township, Poweshiek county, where he attended the public schools and grew to manhood. He was baptized and confirmed in the Episcopal Church at Brooklyn by Bishop Morrison. He was married on February 9th, 1886 to Emma Ramsey. They continued to live in Scott township until February 1897 when they moved to Montezuma. To this union were born four children, one of whom preceded his father in death by about nine years. Those whom survive him in addition to his wife, are two daughters, Mrs Mary Atkinson of Victor, Iowa, and Mrs Margaret Shearer of Montezuma and one son, John E, also of this city. There are also four grandchildren, one of whom, Frances Emaline Shearer, passed away in 1917. The others are Marie Hutchinson, and Marcus and Peggy Shearer. He also leaves to mourn. one Miss Mary Hutchinson, and three brothers, Joseph and Henry of Montezuma and John of Cedar Rapids. Four brothers, James, Frank, Robert, and William have passed on before him. Mr Hutchinson was a fine, clean man, a loving husband and father, a patriotic citizen, and a good neighbor. He was a Mason, a member of Layfayette Lodge No 52, being raised to sublime degree of a Master Mason in 1894. He took the Consistory in 1919, and became a Shriner soon after that. He was also a member of the Dad's Club, an auxiliary organization formed among the fathers of the men of the Legion. While his death was sudden it was not entirely unexpected. He has not been well for a long time and knew that death might take him very quickly. He had arisen early Sunday morning and was in his usual health with exception of a growing pain in his leg about which he complained. He had done the chores and had just reached the house when death overtook him. The sympathy of his many friends and of the community go out to the bereaved family.

unknown newspaper, July, 1927

Family with parents
father
John Hutchinson, 1824-1882
18241882
Birth: April 25, 1824 33 31Galloon Parish, County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
Death: October 11, 1882Scott Township, Poweshiek County, Iowa, United States of America
mother
18231885
Birth: January 1, 1823 32 23Mount Darby, Rosslea, County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
Death: May 25, 1885Scott Township, Poweshiek County, Iowa, United States of America
Marriage
Marriage: December 10, 1847Rock Island County, Illinois, United States of America
9 months
elder brother
18481849
Birth: September 2, 1848 24 25Bowling Township, Rock Island County, Illinois, United States of America
Death: June 4, 1849Bowling Township, Rock Island County, Illinois, United States of America
19 months
elder brother
18501933
Birth: March 28, 1850 25 27Bowling Township, Rock Island County, Illinois, United States of America
Death: December 27, 1933Cedar Rapids, Linn County, Iowa, United States of America
3 years
elder brother
Joseph Hutchinson 1852-1948
18521948
Birth: October 11, 1852 28 29Bowling Township, Rock Island County, Illinois, United States of America
Death: July 24, 1948Montezuma, Poweshiek County, Iowa, United States of America
4 years
elder brother
18561926
Birth: August 15, 1856 32 33Bowling Township, Rock Island County, Illinois, United States of America
Death: January 22, 1926Oakland, Alameda County, California, United States of America
19 months
elder sister
18581944
Birth: February 21, 1858 33 35Bowling Township, Rock Island County, Illinois, United States of America
Death: November 14, 1944Montezuma, Poweshiek County, Iowa, United States of America
4 years
himself
Thomas Johnston Hutchinson 1861-1927
18611927
Birth: September 25, 1861 37 38Bowling Township, Rock Island County, Illinois, United States of America
Death: July 10, 1927Montezuma, Poweshiek County, Iowa, United States of America
20 months
younger brother
18631944
Birth: May 18, 1863 39 40Bowling Township, Rock Island County, Illinois, United States of America
Death: May 11, 1944Montezuma, Poweshiek County, Iowa, United States of America
5 years
younger brother
18671926
Birth: December 20, 1867 43 44Bowling Township, Rock Island County, Illinois, United States of America
Death: March 6, 1926Scott Township, Poweshiek County, Iowa, United States of America
3 years
younger brother
18711873
Birth: April 5, 1871 46 48Bowling Township, Rock Island County, Illinois, United States of America
Death: March 21, 1873Scott Township, Poweshiek County, Iowa, United States of America
Family with Emma Ramsey
himself
Thomas Johnston Hutchinson 1861-1927
18611927
Birth: September 25, 1861 37 38Bowling Township, Rock Island County, Illinois, United States of America
Death: July 10, 1927Montezuma, Poweshiek County, Iowa, United States of America
wife
Emma Ramsey Hutchinson 1866-1940
18661940
Birth: July 20, 1866Scott Township, Poweshiek County, Iowa, United States of America
Death: October 30, 1940Montezuma, Poweshiek County, Iowa, United States of America
Marriage
Marriage: February 9, 1886Montezuma, Poweshiek County, Iowa, United States of America
11 months
daughter
18871978
Birth: January 7, 1887 25 20Poweshiek County, Iowa, United States of America
Death: June 1978Polk County, Iowa, United States of America
21 months
son
18881952
Birth: October 12, 1888 27 22Scott Township, Poweshiek County, Iowa, United States of America
Death: September 28, 1952Chester Township, Poweshiek County, Iowa, United States of America
4 years
daughter
18931977
Birth: February 11, 1893 31 26Poweshiek County, Iowa, United States of America
Death: August 9, 1977Des Moines, Polk County, Iowa, United States of America
6 years
son
18991918
Birth: March 28, 1899 37 32Montezuma, Poweshiek County, Iowa, United States of America
Death: October 25, 1918Ames, Story County, Iowa, United States of America
newspaper

Masonic-IOOF Cemetery

THOMAS HUTCHINSON MOURNED BY ALL DIED SUDDENLY ON SUNDAY MORNING AT 9:00 O'CLOCK Funeral Services Were Held Tuesday Afternoon From Home, Large Attendance

The community was saddened when the sudden death of Thomas Johnston Hutchinson, better known as Tom, occurred Sunday morning, just after he had finished the chores. Mr Hutchinson, substantial citizen of Montezuma, had been ailing for some time, but for the past few months was apparently better. That morning he complained of a pain in his leg, but otherwise felt well. Just as he had reached his home the end came. Funeral services were conducted from the beautiful residence Tuesday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock with the Rev A H Barker, pastor of the Methodist Church, in charge. He was assisted by the Rev W F Vanderlip, pastor of the Presbyterian Church. The Masons of which he was a long time member, were in charge of the services at the grave and attended in a body. A large gathering of relatives and friends were in attendance to give honor to their departed friend and honor his bereaved family. Pall bearers were as follows: Geo F Johnston, L E Thorn, C E Olson, Walter Bowers, Dr D B High, John Wright, Will Blakely, and A O Morgan. Warren Pollard sang just as the service opened. Following is the obituary as read at the home: Thomas Johnston Hutchinson, son of John and Mary A Hutchinson was born on September 27, 1861 and died very suddenly at his home in Montezuma at 9 o'clock Sunday morning July 10, 1927, aged 65 years, 9 months, and 23 days. At the age of eleven in the year 1872, he came to Iowa with his parents. The family consisted of nine children. They settled in Scott township, Poweshiek county, where he attended the public schools and grew to manhood. He was baptized and confirmed in the Episcopal Church at Brooklyn by Bishop Morrison. He was married on February 9th, 1886 to Emma Ramsey. They continued to live in Scott township until February 1897 when they moved to Montezuma. To this union were born four children, one of whom preceded his father in death by about nine years. Those whom survive him in addition to his wife, are two daughters, Mrs Mary Atkinson of Victor, Iowa, and Mrs Margaret Shearer of Montezuma and one son, John E, also of this city. There are also four grandchildren, one of whom, Frances Emaline Shearer, passed away in 1917. The others are Marie Hutchinson, and Marcus and Peggy Shearer. He also leaves to mourn. one Miss Mary Hutchinson, and three brothers, Joseph and Henry of Montezuma and John of Cedar Rapids. Four brothers, James, Frank, Robert, and William have passed on before him. Mr Hutchinson was a fine, clean man, a loving husband and father, a patriotic citizen, and a good neighbor. He was a Mason, a member of Layfayette Lodge No 52, being raised to sublime degree of a Master Mason in 1894. He took the Consistory in 1919, and became a Shriner soon after that. He was also a member of the Dad's Club, an auxiliary organization formed among the fathers of the men of the Legion. While his death was sudden it was not entirely unexpected. He has not been well for a long time and knew that death might take him very quickly. He had arisen early Sunday morning and was in his usual health with exception of a growing pain in his leg about which he complained. He had done the chores and had just reached the house when death overtook him. The sympathy of his many friends and of the community go out to the bereaved family.

unknown newspaper, July, 1927