I am researching, very casually, on behalf of friends.......just pointing out that from what I've seen it's Paschoud, not Paschaud. Fred P.
Was the son of Henry Hutchinson and Charlotte Paschoud. I read somewhere that they eloped. She was from Newark, Notts but
They got married in Shoreditch St Leonard's...London?
Her folks were Charles Paschoud and Charlotte Thompson.
My friends' connection with Fred. And Char. Is through their son, John .....Gephard/Geophard.......Hutchinson. He had a daughter,
Myrtle Hutchinson, who was the mother of my friend, Gerald. Best regards, Tess
Thank you for the information. My information on FP Hutchinson is from a secondary source so I, unfortunately, do not have direct access to a primary source to verify the spelling of his surname. There are several hits for the surname Paschoud on Familysearch, including the Paschoud family members you mention above, so I'm sure your probably right about the spelling.
Do you have any additional information on FP Paschoud? It would be interesting to know when and how he found his way to South Africa.
Kind Regards, Louis
And now that I've had more than just a cursory search, the marriage record for Frederick Paschoud Hutchinson and Susanna Francina Elizabeth Immelman is in fact available on Familysearch and confirms Paschoud as the correct spelling.
Hi, I am currently researching my husband's ancestry and have found the name Paschoud used as a second name. My husband's great grandfather, Henry Hutchinson, was born in Nottinghamshire (I think) about 1841. He became a doctor and emigrated to South Africa. He had one child with his first wife, Petronella, and then at least 6 with the next wife, Matilda. One of the sons was named Claude Louisa?? Paschoud Hutchinson. I also found the name Tell popping up. The family story is that they are descendants of William Tell and I am wondering if the name Paschoud is also Swiss and that these names are somehow related.. Hope someone can shed some light on the connection. Thank you, Jenny