strong STRONG-Suddenly, at South Side Hospital, Bay Shore, L.I., on Thursday, January 5, 1928, James Henry Ward, son of the late Georgianna Berryman and Col. James Henry Strong. Funeral service at Christ Episcopal Church, Babylon, on Saturday morning, January 7, 10:30 o'clock, on arrival of train leaving Pennsylvania Station 9:12 A.M. Interment Dutch Reform Churchyard, Elmhurst, L.I. -The New York Sun, Thursday, January 5, 1928
Have lots of questions about how Thomas, son Sherman T connect with the Armstead Hutson of Tennessee. If you don't mind please link up with email@example.com outside this public forum. Thanks for sharing.
Harrison R. Hutson I found a hand written marriage record of Harrison R. Hutson and Sarah Jane Whittaker married on 6 Aug 1866 in Lawrence County, Arkansas, do you think this could be the same person? If so then Harrison would be my GGGrandfather. Their daughter, Susan Belle Hutson is the Mother of my Grandfather Harry Hutson. I have not been able to find out who his father was, at this point I feel that he was born out of wedlock and used his Mother's last name. I did find where Harry named his father as Henry Hutson on his Social Security application. He also used the name Shuey, but census records and marriage records indicate that Shuey was not his father.
I would appreciate any information that you have that might help me finally get some clarification. I have done Ancestry DNA, if you are a descendant of Harrison I would love to know if you have done DNA so we could compare our results.
Thomas & Son - Sherman Tecumseh Hutson Connection Looking into the James A. Hutson and Elizabeth Jane Russel Hutson Find A Grave web sight and saw your post pointing to Thomas Hutson who fought in the Civil War with General Sherman and the son he named Sherman Tecumseh Hutson.(Old Letter from Thomas, Sherman's father, to Ruth Hutson, his mother, dated August 1862-1865)and Newspaper obituary article about Sherman T. Hutson dated March 1, 1946)information.
Wondering how your Branch is related to James A. Hutson and Elizabeth Jane Russel Hutson who are buried in Cockran Cemetery in Englewood, Tennessee? Also wondering how your branch is related to Thomas Hutson who fought with the General in the Civil War and his son Sherman T. Hutson.
Pvt Thomas Hutson sbhutson, I am a Civil War history buff, and have a Civil War cover addressed to;
Ruth Hutson, Ripley County, Ballstown, Indiana
It has a double-ring cancel from NASHVILLE TEN (Tennessee) on AUG 9 '64 (August 09, 1864). It also has a "Bullseye" cancelation on the stamp.
This was undoubtedly sent by Ruth's husband, Private Thomas Hutson, who served in Company K of the 83rd Indiana Volunteer Infantry. Will attempt to scan, then post in Flowers, today. If you want this cover, please contact me. Thank you -Scott in New Hampshire