Sammy Hutchinson (I5382), 1903–1994 (aged 90 years)
|Birth|| August 5, 1903
|Birth of a brother||Thomas John Hutchinson (I5393)|
1905 (aged 1 year)
|Birth of a sister||Kezie Hutchinson (I5394)|
1907 (aged 3 years)
|Birth of a brother||Robert Albert Hutchinson (I5395)|
1910 (aged 6 years)
|Death of a brother||Robert Albert Hutchinson (I5395)|
1913 (aged 9 years)
|Death of a father||Thomas John Hutchinson (I5391)|
June 22, 1943 (aged 39 years)
|Death of a mother||Elizabeth Jane Brown (I5392)|
February 26, 1956 (aged 52 years)
|Death of a sister||Kezie Hutchinson (I5394)|
July 28, 1958 (aged 54 years)
|Death of a brother||Thomas John Hutchinson (I5393)|
February 18, 1982 (aged 78 years)
|Death|| July 24, 1994 (aged 90 years)|
Note: Gortacharn Private Nursing Home
|Burial|| July 1994 (0 after death)|
OBITUARYAugust 1994 (0 after death)
Obituary MR. SAMUEL HUTCHINSON (b. 5 Aug 1903, d. 24 Jul 1994)
The peaceful death has taken place at Gortacharn Private Nursing Home in Lisnaskea of Mr. Samuel Hutchinson, formerly of Newtownbutler. Mr. Hutchinson, who was 90 and would have celebrated his 91st birthday last Friday (August 5th) was born at Clonumphry in 1903, the eldest son of Thomas and Elizabeth Hutchinson. He married Mary Forster, who was fondly known as Molly, from Newtownbutler in 1933, and the couple had two sons and two daughters.
Mr. Hutchinson moved to Mullyduff in 1944 where he farmed. A lifetime member of Newtownbutler Methodist Church, he had been Circuit Steward, Sunday School Superintendent and a local preacher. Mr. Hutchinson, who had been a Sub-District Commander with the Ulster Special Constabulary, was a Captain of the Home Guard during the war years.
A member of the Orange and Black Institutions, he had been Worshipful Master of Loughkillygreen R.B.P. 204, and Chaplain of Loughkillygreen L.O.L. 854 and Chaplain of L.O.L. District No. 1, and past Master of Newbliss Masonic 794. Mr. Hutchinson, who had also been Past King of Newbliss 794 Royal Arch Chapter and was awarded a 50 years medal, was a Past Preceptor of Monaghan No. 3 Preceptory.
A former member of Lisnaskea Rural District Council and the Unionist Association, he had been a member of the hospital and education board. A man, who enjoyed a fulfilling life, he loved travelling throughout Ireland. He moved into the nursing home in 1993, following failing health.
Mr. Hutchinson's funeral service at Newtownbutler Methodist Church was conducted by the Rev. Barry Sloan. The hymns were: "The Sands of Time are Sinking", "There is a Fountain" and the 23rd Psalm "The Lord is my Shepherd". Mr. Frank Allett from Enniskillen, sang a solo: "When He Cometh". The organist was Miss Jean Moffatt. Burial was at Clogh graveyard near Rosslea.
Mr. Hutchinson is survived by his sons and daughters: Maureen (Mrs. Wesley Kenny, Lisnaskea): Bertie, Canada; Wilton, Lisburn, and Doris (Mrs. George Johnston, Lisnaskea). He leaves 11 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. Mr. Hutchinson was predeceased by his wife, Molly, in February 1993 and a grandson, Roger, in 1978. The funeral arrangements were by F. Lowler, Lisnaskea.
|Religious marriage||Religious marriage — October 20, 1902 — County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom|
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