Samuel Hutchins of Kittery

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Samuel Hutchins, Sr.

Birthplace: Kittery, York, ME, USA
Death: Died in Arundel, York, ME, USA
Place of Burial: Kennebunkport, York, ME, USA
Immediate Family:

Son of Enoch Hutchins, II and Mary B. Hutchins
Husband of Sarah Hutchins and Hannah Hutchins, of Kittery
Father of Mary Merrill; Joseph Hutchins; Samuel Hutchins; Hannah Carlton; Caleb Hutchins and 6 others
Brother of Enoch Hutchins, III; Joseph Hutchins; Benjamin Hutchins, Sr.; John Hutchins; Jonathan Hutchins and 2 others

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About Samuel Hutchins of Kittery

There is considerable confusion between the lineage of this Samuel Hutchins and Samuel Hutchins of Haverhill, MA. Both men have a claimed birth date of Aug. 20 1682, and both were supposedly married to a Hannah Merrill, and lived within 50 miles of each other. Both men also have some of the same claimed descendants. However, these appear to be two separate men, with separate sets of siblings. The two Samuels should not be merged, pending the sorting out of their proper descendant lines.

Samuel Hutchins was captured by Indians on 9 May 1698 and taken to Canada... returned in January 1720, he was a Field officer in Kittery... sold his dwelling in Kittery and was living in Arundel before 30 June 1729. He moved to Arundel (later named Kennebunkport) about 1739 and died there on December 28, 1742.He is buried in Arundel Cemetery, Kennebunkport, ME. Samuel Hutchins, born ca. 1685 in Kittery, Maine; died 1742 in Arundel, Maine; married (1) Sarah March ca. 1706; born ca. 1687; died Unknown; married (2) Hannah Merrill January 4, 1714/15 in Haverhill, Massachusetts; born 1698 in Bradbury, Massachusetts; died June 9, 1745 in Arundel, Maine. Notes for Samuel Hutchins: Samuel was captured by Indians on 9 May 1698 and taken to Canada. He was returned 24 Jan. 1699. (Mass. Archives- Vol.70, p.398). On 6 Feb. 1703 Samuel received 29 pairs of snowshoes, 20 of which were to go to the soldiers at Piscataqua. (Ibid- Vol. 71, p.84) In 1720 he was a field officer in Kittery his house being made into a garrison. (Old Kittery and Her Families- Everett S. Stackpole, p.179) He was from Salisbury in 1724 when he sold his house in Kittery. He had moved to Arundel before 30 June 1729. (Genealogical Dictionary of Maine & New Hampshire- p.366) Samuel was made a proprietor of Arundel in 1731. (History of Kennebunk Port- p.128) Samuel was also a slave owner. (Ibid- p.158]

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Samuel Hutchins of Kittery's Timeline

August 20, 1682
Kittery, York, ME, USA
Age 26
Kittery, York, Maine, USA
Age 26
York, ME, USA
Age 29
Kittery, York, Maine, USA
January 4, 1716
Age 33
Newbury, Essex County, Province of Massachusetts
September 17, 1716
Age 34
Kittery, York County, Province of Massachusetts
March 1, 1717
Age 34
Haverhill, Essex County, Province of Massachusetts
April 26, 1719
Age 36
Kittery, York, Maine, USA
April 1, 1722
Age 39
Haverhill, Essex County, Province of Massachusetts
Age 40
Haverhill, Essex County, Province of Massachusetts