Thomas Johnston Hutchinson (X848), 18601940 (aged 80 years)

Name
Thomas Johnston /Hutchinson/
Given names
Thomas Johnston
Surname
Hutchinson
Birth
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Note: A Private Wedding

We take the following from the Santa Rosa Democrat of Nov 24th:
No…
A Private Wedding

We take the following from the Santa Rosa Democrat of Nov 24th:
No wedding has taken place recently in Santa Rosa where the whole affair came off so quietly as the one on Tuesday at the residence of our well-known and highly-esteemed citizen, Samuel Hutchinson, Esq. the contracting parties were Dr F H Ottmer, of Petrolia, Humboldt county, a physician of eminent attainments and an extensive practice, and Miss Anna, the oldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Hutchinson. Rev Dr Shepherd was the officiating clergyman. Invitations were extended only to the relatives and a very few intimate friends, yet this filled the house almost to the extent of its capacity. All the preparations had been kept so quiet that every visitor on his arrival was surprised a the beauty and magnificence of the floral decorations, but the surprise was greatest at the excellence and costliness of the wedding presents. Passing over many of the customary articles on such occasions, inspection showed that the best came last. Among these was an unpretended package which proved to be a large purse filled with gold coin, then least pretentious of all was a paper which on opening proved the best of all, a deed to the bride of 160 acres of the best land in Sutter county. At 3 o'clock in the afternoon the newly-married couple started for their home in Humboldt county, amid a shower of rice and slippers, followed by the best wishes of all that know them.

Ferndale Enterprise, Ferndale, California, Friday, November 30, 1888, page 4, column 3
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July 14, 1940 (1 day after death)
Source: Newspaper
Text: Hutchinson Dies After Heart Attack
Widely Known Capitalist, Former Supervisor, Is Stricken Suddenly

Stricken with a heart attack early yesterday, Thomas J Hutchinson, 80, widely known capitalist, retired cattleman and former member of the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors, died at his home, 858 Fourth street, last midnight.
Hope for his recovery had been virtually abandoned several hours earlier when his condition grew weaker, despite the efforts of his physician, Dr W C Shipley, to aid him.
In failing health for several years, Hutchinson suffered a serious influenza attack early in the year - an attack that left his heart badly strained. Early this week the venerable Santa Rosan suffered a rather severe attack, but seemingly recovered and was able to walk uptown Thursday and again Friday afternoon, when he visited his usual haunts and chatted with friends.
Again Stricken
He made no mention of the attack he had suffered and was in seemingly good spirits Friday evening. It was about three o'clock yesterday morning that he was again stricken, suffering a severe choking and coughing spell. He awakened his sister, Miss Mary Hutchinson, with whom he resided and asked her to call Dr Shipley.
The physician responded and throughout yesterday and the early hours of last night the doctor and two nurses were with the stricken man.
Death occurred almost on the stroke of midnight. The body was later removed to the Welti funeral parlors.
"Tom" Hutchinson was born in Sutter county, about 10 miles below Yuba City, June 23, 1860. He quietly observed his 80th birthday anniversary here last month. He was the son of the late Samuel Hutchinson and Mary Elizabeth Hutchinson, his father coming to California from Ireland and settling in Sutter county in 1854.
The father took up 640 acres of land and went into business as a stockraiser. Toward the end of his life, one half of this tract was deeded to his wife and the remaining half to his four daughters, Mary, Rachel, Annie and Charlotte, Mary Hutchinson, sole survivor with the passing of her brother last night and the deaths of another brother, Samuel, and the three sisters several years ago, still owns a portion of the original 640-acre holding.
Same Residence Site
While Thomas Hutchinson was still a small lad, his family moved to Santa Rosa, the old family home being located at the site of the present, modern, Hutchinson residence in which death struck last night.
In his youth he attended the Jones' military Academy here and completed his education at the Pacific Methodist College. Classmates in the military school included Charles Rule, now of Jenner, and the late George A Nalley.
Early in life Thomas Hutchinson followed in the footsteps of his father and turned to livestock raising. He spent several years in Sutter county, then disposed of his holdings there and returned to Santa Rosa. Desiring to experiment with a drier climate he went to Globe, Arizona, and engaged in the cattle business there.
Following his return he operated the 3,600-acre T J Hutchinson ranch on the Sonoma highway. The property later sold to J J Coney.
Served as Supervisor
In 1913 Hutchinson disposed of his interest in a wood yard which he had conducted with his brother Samuel, now deceased, and was elected to the Sonoma county Board of Supervisors, serving the third district until 1917.
For more than 20 years he has been a director of the Exchange Bank. He was also a director of the Motor Street Car Service, and director of the Native Sons' Hall and Masonic Hall Associations. He financially aided many business enterprises and had diversified investment interest.
Fraternally he was the last surviving charter member of Santa Rosa Parlor Native Sons of the Golden West, a member of Santa Rosa Lodge, Free and Accepted Masons, Santa Rosa Chapter Royal Arch Masons, King Solomen's Counsel R and S M, Santa Rosa Commandery, Knights Templar, Islam Temple of the Mystic Shrine and Rose Valley Chapter Order of Eastern Star.
With disposal of the Hutchinson ranch interests here he devoted his time largely to the private business affairs and the directorships of the bank, the Native Sons' Hall Association and Masonic Hall Associations.
He was proud of his California nativity and the part his parents played in early day development remanning every loyal to the Golden State and to the order of Native Sons with which he had so long been associated.

The Press Democrat, Santa Rosa, California, July 14, 1940
Burial
Family with parents
father
18271894
Birth: September 1827 20 Mount Darby, Rosslea, County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
Death: July 18, 1894Fourth St [home], Santa Rosa, Sonoma County, California, United States of America
mother
18321908
Birth: June 10, 1832 37 36 Mount Darby, Rosslea, County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
Death: December 24, 1908Fourth St [home], Santa Rosa, Sonoma County, California, United States of America
Marriage MarriageJune 13, 1855Sutter County, California, United States of America
17 months
elder sister
18561919
Birth: October 1856 29 24 Sutter Township, Sutter County, California, United States of America
Death: April 7, 1919Eureka, Humboldt County, California, United States of America
19 months
elder sister
18581873
Birth: April 14, 1858 30 25 Sutter Township, Sutter County, California, United States of America
Death: July 27, 1873Sonoma County, California, United States of America
2 years
himself
18601940
Birth: June 23, 1860 32 28 Sutter Township, Sutter County, California, United States of America
Death: July 13, 1940Santa Rosa, Sonoma County, California, United States of America
19 months
younger sister
18621927
Birth: January 25, 1862 34 29 Sutter Township, Sutter County, California, United States of America
Death: January 24, 1927Santa Rosa, Sonoma County, California, United States of America
19 months
younger sister
18631951
Birth: August 31, 1863 35 31 Sutter Township, Sutter County, California, United States of America
Death: April 8, 1951Santa Rosa, Sonoma County, California, United States of America
2 years
younger sister
18651866
Birth: September 17, 1865 38 33 Sutter Township, Sutter County, California, United States of America
Death: June 17, 1866Sutter Township, Sutter County, California, United States of America
16 months
younger brother
18671934
Birth: January 20, 1867 39 34 Sutter Township, Sutter County, California, United States of America
Death: February 6, 1934Sonoma County, California, United States of America
5 years
younger sister
18711871
Birth: about 1871 43 38 Sutter County, California, United States of America
Death: about 1871Sutter County, California, United States of America
3 years
younger sister
18731900
Birth: 1873 45 40 Sutter County, California, United States of America
Death: February 25, 1900Phoenix, Marciopa County, Arizona, United States of America
1 year
younger brother
18741875
Birth: January 9, 1874 46 41 Sonoma County, California, United States of America
Death: January 25, 1875Sonoma County, California, United States of America
Obituary
Source: Newspaper
Text: Hutchinson Dies After Heart Attack
Widely Known Capitalist, Former Supervisor, Is Stricken Suddenly

Stricken with a heart attack early yesterday, Thomas J Hutchinson, 80, widely known capitalist, retired cattleman and former member of the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors, died at his home, 858 Fourth street, last midnight.
Hope for his recovery had been virtually abandoned several hours earlier when his condition grew weaker, despite the efforts of his physician, Dr W C Shipley, to aid him.
In failing health for several years, Hutchinson suffered a serious influenza attack early in the year - an attack that left his heart badly strained. Early this week the venerable Santa Rosan suffered a rather severe attack, but seemingly recovered and was able to walk uptown Thursday and again Friday afternoon, when he visited his usual haunts and chatted with friends.
Again Stricken
He made no mention of the attack he had suffered and was in seemingly good spirits Friday evening. It was about three o'clock yesterday morning that he was again stricken, suffering a severe choking and coughing spell. He awakened his sister, Miss Mary Hutchinson, with whom he resided and asked her to call Dr Shipley.
The physician responded and throughout yesterday and the early hours of last night the doctor and two nurses were with the stricken man.
Death occurred almost on the stroke of midnight. The body was later removed to the Welti funeral parlors.
"Tom" Hutchinson was born in Sutter county, about 10 miles below Yuba City, June 23, 1860. He quietly observed his 80th birthday anniversary here last month. He was the son of the late Samuel Hutchinson and Mary Elizabeth Hutchinson, his father coming to California from Ireland and settling in Sutter county in 1854.
The father took up 640 acres of land and went into business as a stockraiser. Toward the end of his life, one half of this tract was deeded to his wife and the remaining half to his four daughters, Mary, Rachel, Annie and Charlotte, Mary Hutchinson, sole survivor with the passing of her brother last night and the deaths of another brother, Samuel, and the three sisters several years ago, still owns a portion of the original 640-acre holding.
Same Residence Site
While Thomas Hutchinson was still a small lad, his family moved to Santa Rosa, the old family home being located at the site of the present, modern, Hutchinson residence in which death struck last night.
In his youth he attended the Jones' military Academy here and completed his education at the Pacific Methodist College. Classmates in the military school included Charles Rule, now of Jenner, and the late George A Nalley.
Early in life Thomas Hutchinson followed in the footsteps of his father and turned to livestock raising. He spent several years in Sutter county, then disposed of his holdings there and returned to Santa Rosa. Desiring to experiment with a drier climate he went to Globe, Arizona, and engaged in the cattle business there.
Following his return he operated the 3,600-acre T J Hutchinson ranch on the Sonoma highway. The property later sold to J J Coney.
Served as Supervisor
In 1913 Hutchinson disposed of his interest in a wood yard which he had conducted with his brother Samuel, now deceased, and was elected to the Sonoma county Board of Supervisors, serving the third district until 1917.
For more than 20 years he has been a director of the Exchange Bank. He was also a director of the Motor Street Car Service, and director of the Native Sons' Hall and Masonic Hall Associations. He financially aided many business enterprises and had diversified investment interest.
Fraternally he was the last surviving charter member of Santa Rosa Parlor Native Sons of the Golden West, a member of Santa Rosa Lodge, Free and Accepted Masons, Santa Rosa Chapter Royal Arch Masons, King Solomen's Counsel R and S M, Santa Rosa Commandery, Knights Templar, Islam Temple of the Mystic Shrine and Rose Valley Chapter Order of Eastern Star.
With disposal of the Hutchinson ranch interests here he devoted his time largely to the private business affairs and the directorships of the bank, the Native Sons' Hall Association and Masonic Hall Associations.
He was proud of his California nativity and the part his parents played in early day development remanning every loyal to the Golden State and to the order of Native Sons with which he had so long been associated.

The Press Democrat, Santa Rosa, California, July 14, 1940