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About Levi Hutchins
VIII.Levi Hutchins (son of Samuel Hutchins and Hannah) was born about 1725 in Kittery and died before 21 Mar. 1794 in Arundel
He had two wives, Rebecca Hutchins and Eunice March.
- on 22 Oct. 1748 REBECCA (4) HUTCHINS (b. 17 Jan. 1728 Kittery),
- on 21 Nov. 1775 EUNICE (4) MARCH (b.c.1738),
His children by his first wife were, Thomas, lived in Waterborough; Asa, went to Quebec with Arnold, was taken prisoner and died there; Lucy, m. Simeon Hutchins; Lavina, Thomas Huff; Eliphalet, and another boy who died young.
By his second wife his children were, Edith, Mehitable and Emma; and two boys that died young.
HUTCHINS, SAMUEL (son of Enoch Hutchins) came from Kittery to Arundel about 1739, and died in 1742.
His wife was Hannah, who died June 9, 1747 in Arundel, Maine.
His sons were: Caleb, Samuel, Simeon, Levi, Joseph and David.
His daughters were, Mary, who married John Merrill; Lydia, John Jellison and John Durrell; and Hannah,++ Lemuel Perkins and John Burbank.
Samuel's will was written 20 October 1742, and he likely died shortly afterwards. His will was probated 28 Dec 1742; inventory appraised at £722: 6: 9.
- - Wife Hannah received house and estate to reside;
- - Sons Simeon and Levi were given the real estate holdings to share, plus a gun each.
- - Levi also received his Mare and an equal share with his mother
- - David received a gun plus 5 shillings.
- - His daughters received 5 shillings each as well: Mary, Hannah, Lydia; all were married by this time.
- - Caleb, Joseph & Samuel received 5 shillings each.
- page 542-543 of "Old Kittery and Her Families" by Everett S. Stackpole
- page 252-253 of History of Kennebunk Port, from its first discovery by Bartholomew Gosnold, May 14, 1602, to A. D. 1837 by Bradbury, Charles, 1798-1864 Published 1837
- The American Genealogist, vol. 72, pgs. 173-75