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HUTCHINSON of Mauch Chunk-Obits
Posted by: Eleanor Balk (ID *****4574) Date: July 03, 2002 at 11:09:22
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Mrs. Jane Hutchinson died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. W.H. Morgan, South street,
Second ward, at 8 o'clock Monday night after an illness of three weeks from a
complication of diseases.
She was 80 years old and was born in County Derry, Ireland. When about 19 years
old she married and came to this country, settling at Catasauqua and later coming
to Mauch Chunk. Her husband preceded her in death 34 years ago. She is survived
by four sons, James, of Havelock, Neb.; Joseph, Jersey City, NJ.; William of Bayonne, NJ.;
and Samuel, of the Second ward, and two daughters, Mrs. W.H. Morgan, of the second
ward, and Mrs. John Shaffer, of West Broadway. One sister, Mrs. Eliza Woods, of
New Albin, Iowa, also survives.

Jane was the wife of John Hutchinson, Mrs W.H. Hutchinson is Elizabet, wife of William
H. Morgan, Mrs John Shaffer is Jane, Wife of John Shaffer.



Samuel N. Hutchinson, an aged and highly respected resident of the Second
ward, died at his home on South street at 10:50 0'clock Thursday night. Death
was caused by paralysis with which he was stricken 10 days ago. He was
born in Ireland and was 80 years old. He had been a resident in this vicin-
ity for sixty years. He was employed by the Jersey Central railroad for
many years. He is survived by one son, Baxter Hutchinson, Butte, Mont.;
one daughter, Miss Annie Hutchinson, Second ward.
The funeral will be held Monday afternoon at 2:30 0'clock with services
by Rev. A.B. Putnam, followed by interment in the Mauch Chunk cemetery.

[Baxter Hutchinson is James Baxter Hutchinson, Annie Hutchinson is Margaret
Ann Hutchinson, Samuel N. Hutchinson is Samuel Nelson Hutchinson]


Death of Mrs. Hutchinson.

Mrs Mary Jane, the wife of Samuel N. Hutchinson, of the Second ward, died at
her home on South street, Saturday morning at 4:10 at the age of 78 years, of general
debility, after an illness of a month.
Mrs. Hutchinson was born in Ireland and has lived in Mauch Chunk for the
past 45 years. She is survived by two sons, James Hutchinson, of Baxter, Mon-
tanta, and George Orr, employed at the Valley station, a son by by first hus-
band. Miss Margaret Hutchinson, the only surviving daughter, lives at home.
Mrs. Hutchinson was a member of St. Mark's Church, and was of a very mild
and peaceable disposition.
The funeral took place on Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the house, Rev.
M.A. Tolman officiating. The interment will be in the Upper Mauch Chunk

{James Hutchinson of Baxter Montana s/b James Baxter Hutchinson of Butte, Montana,
Miss Margaret Hutchinson is Margaret Ann Hutchinson, AKA Annie Hutchinson,
Mary Jane Hutchinson's maiden name was Thompson, sister of William Thompson
of Mauch Chunk, Pa.]


Death Record


Miss Annie Hutchison passed away
at the home of John Fairhurst, sec-
ond ward at 5 A.M. today.
She is survived by three nieces and
a nephew, all of California.
Funeral services Saturday at 2 P>M>
Please omit flowers.

[Annie Hutchinson is Margaret Ann Hutchinson,
daughter of Samuel Nelson and Mary Jane
Hutchinson of Mauch Chunk, Pa.] OBITUARY-Bayonne Times, Wednesday, March 27, 1929

Front Page


Mrs. Sarah S. Hutchinson, 77, the oldest member of the
Bergen Point Baptist Church congregation, died yesterday
at her home, 22 West 7th Street.
She was the widow of the late William N. Hutchinson,
and is survived by four sons, John, William N., the well
known realtor, Elijah, a former policeman, and Sylvester;
and two daughters, Mrs. Nicholas Malatine and Mrs. John
Mrs. Hutchinson was born in Pennsylvania, and moved
to this city 53 years ago.
Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Saturday
afternoon in the Bergen Point Baptist Church, at Humphrey
avenue and Fifth street. Rev. Paul Shilford, pastor of the
church, will officiate. Interment will be in Bay View Cemetery
under the direction of Thomas M. O'Brien.


       OBITUARY-May 25, 1907-Bayonne Times, NJ

        RAILROAD MAN KILLED.       

       Fate of Wm. Hutchinson, 40 Years
        With C.R.R.

        After forty years at the hazardous
       work of braking on the coal and freight
       trains of the Jersey Central, Wm. Hutch-
       inson, sr., of 22 West 7th street, this
       city, was instantly killed in the Com-
       munipaw yard on Tuesday forenoon. He
       was at his customary employment when
       the fatality occurred. The remains were
       taken to Hughes' morgue in Jersey City
       and subsequently removed to his home
       in this city.
        Mr. Hutchinson was one of the oldest
       hands in the employ of the Central road,
       having begun railroading when in his
       teens. He had survived a half dozen ac-
       cidents, and for one of his years was con-
       sidered a competent and careful man. He
       came of a railroading family, three of
       his brothers being employed on the sys-
       tems of the C.B.& O., the West Shore
       and Jersey Central, while his oldest son,
       John, is an engineer with the latter.
        Besides his widow, he leaves three
       other sons, one of whom is William, jr.,
       of Craft & Co., and two daughters. He
       was a man of quiet, genial disposition
       and had many friends. The funeral
       took place yesterday afternoon, services
       being conducted by the Rev. W. W.
       Barker of the Fifth Street Baptist
       church. Interment was in New York
       Bay Cemetery.
        The attendance was large and the
       funeral tributes included "Gates Ajar"
       and an extended wreath and dove from
       fellow railroad men: pillow from Jr., O.
       U.A.M. wreath from Lincoln Section,
       Cadets of Temperance, anchor and
       star from the Ocean Social Club, and
       other pieces from Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
       Becker, Wm. C. Devlin, E.R. Craft,
       Miss Bertha Jackle and Wm Fryer.


OBITUARY-The Bayonne Times, Monday, May 24, 1948


Former Resident, Brother of Adjustment Board Head, Dies Suddenly

John Hutchinson, 71, a former Bayonne resident and brother of William N.
Hutchinson, local real estate agent and chairman of the Board of Adjustment,
died of a heart attack yesterday at his home, 249 Magle Avenue, Roselle
Mr. Hutchinson, who was born in Mauch Chunk, Pa., retired six years ago
as an engineer with the Central Railroad of New Jersey. He had lived in
Roselle Park for the past 17 years.
He was a member of the Community Methodist Church, Roselle, and
a member of Bayonne Masonic Lodge 99. He saw service with the Navy
in the Spanish-American War and was a member of the Spanish-American
War Veterans of Elizabeth. He belonged to the Level and Square Clubs of the
Central Railroad; Salaam Temple, Elizabeth; Paul Cedars of Lebanon Lodge,
Elizabeth: and Lodge 688, Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers.
He is survived by his wife, Ella; two sons, Nelson of Jersey City and
John of Union City; a stepson, Harold Hendrickson of New York City; an
adopted son, Ralph of Ramsey; five daughters, Mrs. Thelma Woodward
of Bayonne, Mrs. Gladys Saighgen of Jersey City, Mrs. Eleanor Martin of
Palisades Park, and Mrs. Dorothy Stillwell and Mrs. Charlotte Shepherd,
both of Roselle Park; two step-daughters, Mrs. Ethel Fletcher of Ramsey
and Mrs. Helen Nausbaum of Union; two other brothers, Sylvester and
Elijah, both of Bayonne, and 24 grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
The funeral will be held Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock from the
J. C. Pratt Funeral Home, 124 East 1st Avenue, Roselle. Interment will
be at Bayview Cemetery, Jersey City.

OBITUARY-The Bayonne Times September 25, 1926

Mrs L. Hutchinson

Mrs. Lena Hutchinson died yesterday morning at her
home, 190 Avenue C.

She had been a life-long resident of this city and is
survived by her husband, John Hutchinson, an engineer
on the Central Railroad of New Jersey; two sons, Nelson
and John Jr., and five daughters, Mrs. Herman Sochaigen,
Mrs. Edwin Stillwell and the Misses Lena, Thelma and
Charlotte. She was the sister-in-law of William Hutchinson,
Bayonne Realtor.

Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon at 2
o'clock with the Rev. Paul Shelford, of the Bergen Point
Baptist Church officiating. Interment will be made in New
York Bay Cemetery, under the direction of Funeral Director
Thomas M. O'Brien.


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