List of United States Political Families (H) - The Hutchinsons

The Hutchinsons

  • Tim Hutchinson (born 1949), U.S. Representative from Arkansas, 1993–1997; U.S. Senator from Arkansas, 1997–2003; brother of Asa Hutchinson.
  • Asa Hutchinson (born 1950), U.S. Representative from Arkansas, 1997–2001; administrator of the Drug Enforcement Administration, 2001–2003; Undersecretary for Border & Transportation Security for the Department of Homeland Security, 2003–2005; brother of Tim Hutchinson.
  • Donna Hutchinson, member of the Arkansas State Legislature. Ex-wife of Tim Hutchinson.
    • Jeremy Hutchinson, Arkansas State Representative. Son of Tim Hutchinson and Donna Hutchinson.
    • Timothy Hutchinson, Arkansas State Representative. Son of Tim Hutchinson and Donna Hutchinson.

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William Hutchinson (Rhode Island) - Early Life
... Born into a prominent Lincolnshire family, William Hutchinson was the grandson of John Hutchinson (1515-1565) who had been Sheriff, Alderman, and Mayor of the town of Lincoln, dying in office during his second term as ... William Hutchinson grew up in Alford, where he was the warden of his church in 1620 and 1621, and after becoming a merchant in the cloth trade he moved to London ... Hutchinson and his wife raised a large family in Alford, as he prospered in his business ...
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... The Hutchinsons performed across New England in 1842, taking in as much as $130 per performance ... In 1843, Jesse wrote "The Old Granite State", a song about the Hutchinson family, their origins in New Hampshire, and their itinerant lifestyle ... of the time were trumpeting "native talent", and critics responded favorably to the Hutchinsons' early concerts, although they did express misgivings about the group's song selection ...
Anne Hutchinson - New Netherland - Massacre
... The Hutchinsons were unfortunate in the timing of their settlement in this area, and soon became victims of the local unrest ... Hutchinson, who had a favourable relationship with the Narragansett people in Rhode Island, likely felt a false sense of safety among the Siwanoy of New Netherland ... The Hutchinsons had been friendly to them but following their mistreatment by the Dutch, these natives ravaged the New Netherland colony in a series of incidents known as Kieft's War ...