Dexter Hazen Hutchins, 2nd Lieutenant (1823 - d.)

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Birthplace: Franklin, New York, USA
Death: Died in Algona, Kosuth, Iowa, USA
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United States Census, 1850, Moira, Franklin, New York

Household Gender Age Birthplace

  • Dexter H Hutchins M 26 New York
  • Helen Hutchins F 21 New York
  • Clayton B Hutchins M 1 New York

United States Census, 1860, Farmersburg Township, Clayton, Iowa

  • Page: 128
  • Family Number: 930
  • Film Number: 803315
  • DGS Number: 4218036
  • Image Number: 00380
  • NARA Number: M653
  • Dexter Hutchins birth: 1825 New York
  • Ellen Hutchins birth: 1830 New York
  • Clayton Hutchins birth: 1848 Iowa
  • Emma Hutchins birth: 1859 Iowa

History of Linn County, Iowa: From Its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time, Volume 2, 1913, page 163

D. H. HUTCHINS.

D. H. Hutchins, a‘prominent and well known resident of Algona, has reached the venerable age of eighty-nine years and has spent half of his life in this county. In former years he was engaged in the implement trade and was also a leading factor in financial circles here as the vice president of the Algona State Bank. His landed holdings embrace several hundred acres in Kossuth county. His birth occurred in Franklin county, New York, on the 20th of September, 1823. He was reared on a farm and obtained his early education in the district schools, subsequently attending Franklin Academy for three terms. In the spring of 1845 he removed to Indiana but after two years’ residence there returned to his native county, where he remained for five years, working on a farm during the summer months and teaching school in the winter seasons. In the spring of 1852, in company with his brother, he went to California, where he followed mining and other pursuits for two years, returning home in the spring of 1854. A year .later he removed to Clayton county, Iowa, and there devoted his attention to general agricultural pursuits. In 1862 he enlisted for service in the Union army as a private of Company E, Twenty-seventh Iowa Volunteer Infantry. In the spring of 1863 he was elected orderly sergeant by the company and in the fall of 1864 was promoted to the rank of second lieutenant. He participated in the battles of Little Rock, Fort De Russy, Pleasant Hill, Yellow Bayou, Fish Bayou, Tupelo and Nashville, and was discharged on the 15th of May, 1865, while in a hospital at Natchez, Mississippi. Returning to Clayton county, Iowa, he remained there until March, 1869, when he settled in Algona and embarked in the implement trade. For many years he held the ofiice of vice president of the Algona State Bank, Ambrose A. Call being during that time the chief executive officer of the institution. He owns several hundred acres of land in this county and for more than four decades has been numbered among its most respected and substantial citizens.

As a companion and helpmate on the journey of life Mr. Hutchins chose Miss Helen M. Whitney, of Franklin county, New York. Unto them were born four children, as follows: Clayton B., a sketch of whom appears on another page of this work; Marshall L., who died in infancy; Lucina M., the wife of A. F. Call, of Corona, California, who is a lawyer by profession and also owns large orange and lemon groves; and Celia V., who is the wife of George W. White, the pastor of the First Methodist Episcopal church of Oakland, California.

Mr. Hutchins is a republican in politics and has been prominent in public affairs. He served as supervisor of Kossuth county for one term and was four times elected to the office of justice of the peace, proving an efficient and loyal public servant. He was commissioned captain of uniformed militia by Governor Seymour of New York and of the Home Guards by Governor Stone of Iowa. D. H. Hutchins has now passed the eighty-ninth milestone on life’s journey and his career has ever been such that he can look back over the past without regret and forward to the future without fear.

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Dexter Hutchins, 2nd Lieutenant's Timeline

1823
September 20, 1823
Franklin, New York, USA
1849
January 11, 1849
Age 25
Moira, Franklin, New York, USA
1859
1859
Age 35
Clayton, Iowa, USA
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Algona, Kosuth, Iowa, USA