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Simeon Knapp
(1784-1869)
Lucy Lindsey
(1785-1816)
Eli Hutchins
(1802-1890)
Irena Dudley Knapp
(1811-1851)
Mark L. Hutchins
(1845-1923)

 

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Emma L. Day

Mark L. Hutchins 5011

  • Born: 21 December 1845, New Portland, Somerset County, Maine 5011,5015,5016
  • Marriage: Emma L. Day 18 June 1879 in New Portland, Somerset County, Maine 5014
  • Died: 9 March 1923, New Portland, Somerset County, Maine at age 77 5015,5016
  • Buried: After 9 March 1923, New Portland, Somerset County, Maine at East New Portland Cemetery 5015

bullet   Cause of his death was pneumonia.

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The Lewiston Daily Sun
Lewiston, Maine
March 10, 1923
p. 2

MARK HUTCHINS

New Portland, Mar. 9
-- Mark Hutchins died at his home in New Portland this morning, following an illness of about one week of pneumonia, aged 77 years.

He was born in New Portland, Dec. 21, 1845, and when eight years of age moved to the farm where he passed his life. He was the son of Eli and Irene Knapp Hutchins, one of a family of 11 children who grew to manhood and womanhood, and a descendant of the first settler of New Portland, David Hutchins, and the fourth generation from this pioneer.

He received his early education at the school on New Portland hill, attended the Maine Central Institute at Pittsfield, Farmington Academy, and normal school and was a student there at the time the academy was changed over to the Farmington State normal school. After this, he taught for a number of years and was in Minnesota for a year teaching school and working, then came back to the home farm to live with his father. He was married in 1879 to Emma L. Day of Starks who survives.

To Mr. and Mrs. Hutchins were born four children, Rev. Melvin S. Hutchins, pastor of the Congregational church of Phillips, Lucy N. Hutchins at home, Forrest J. Hutchins of Bridgton, and Thurston H. Hutchins, who with his family resides at home, all of whom are living. There are also five grandchildren and one brother Christopher Hutchins of Oklahoma, and one sisters, Mrs. Rena Burns of East New Portland.

Mr. Hutchins was for 10 years a prominent influential and devoted member of the Baptist church.

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He worked as a farmer.

He appeared on the census in 1850 in New Portland, Somerset County, Maine. He lived in the household of his parents.

He appeared on the census in 1860 in New Portland, Somerset County, Maine. He lived in the household of his father and step-mother.

He appeared on the census in 1870 in New Portland, Somerset County, Maine. He lived in the household of father.

He appeared on the census in 1880 in New Portland, Somerset County, Maine. He lived with his wife in the household of his elderly father and step-mother.

He appeared on the census in 1900 in New Portland, Somerset County, Maine. He was head of household and property owner.

He appeared on the census in 1910 in New Portland, Somerset County, Maine. He was head of household and property owner.

He appeared on the census in 1920 in New Portland, Somerset County, Maine. He was head of household and property owner.


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Mark married Emma L. Day, daughter of Jonathan Day and Lucy Sherburne, 18 June 1879 in New Portland, Somerset County, Maine.5014 (Emma L. Day was born 23 February 1851 in Starks, Somerset County, Maine,5017,5018 died in 1932 5017 and was buried in 1932 in New Portland, Somerset County, Maine at East New Portland Cemetery 5017.)




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