|Death:||Died in RMS Titanic Atlantic Ocean|
|Cause of death:||Ship wreck|
|Occupation:||Carpenter/Joiner on RMS Titanic|
|Managed by:||Terry Jackson|
About John Hall Hutchinson
- Name: Mr John Hall Hutchinson
- Age: 26 years
- Marital Status: Single.
- Last Residence: at 40 Onslow Road Southampton Hampshire England
- Occupation: Carpenter / Joiner
- Last Ship: Olympic
- Deck crew
- First Embarked: Belfast
- Died in the sinking.
- Body Not Recovered
Mr John H. Hutchinson, 28, was born in Hampshire the son of Dorothy A, and Edward Hutchinson. He lived at 40 Onslow Rd, Nicholstown, Southampton he served on the Olympic before joining the Titanic as a Joiner.
During the voyage Hutchinson made the acquaintence of first class passenger Miss Marie Young. Miss Young was returning to America with some expensive poultry. Each day Hutchinson took her below to check on the chickens. As a reward for his kindness Miss Young tipped him with some gold coins, Hutchinson was very grateful, and exclaimed, It's such good luck to receive gold on a first voyage.
Hutchinson may have been the 'carpenter' who rushed onto the bridge to inform Captain Smith that the forward compartments were flooding fast.
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