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Four generations of the family of Strangeman Hutchins and his wife Elizabeth Cox, as known January 10, 1935 : an old Virginia family along the James River, by marriage joined to other immigrant families of the colony

edited by Gussie Waymire Crider and Edward C. Crider
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English
Kokomo, Indiana : G.W. & E.C. Crider, 1935
20 p.

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Strangeman Hutchins, son of Nicholas Hutchins was born in Virginia in 1707. He married Elizabeth Cox, daughter of Richard and Mary Cox in Henrico County, Virginia, ca. 1731. They had eleven children, 1733-1756. The family moved up the James River to Goochland County, where they lived until moving to North in 1786. He died in Surry County (now Yadkin County), North Carolina, in 1792. Descendants listed lived in Virginia, North Carolina, Ohio, Indiana, and elsewhere.

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