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HUTCHINS, b. 1811 in Churchtown, St. Buryan, Cornwall, baptized 16 June
1811 in Churchtown, St. Buryan, Cornwall, occupation Gardener, d. 19
Jan 1879 in Parkesbourne, NSW, buried: in Parkesbourne NSW.
married Caroline Matthews on 12.5.1832 at St. Buryan Cornwall and they
had 10 children, all born at Churchtown St. Buryan. John and family (9
children, 1 having died in infancy) arrived in Sydney on board the Ship
"Julindur" on 4.4.1849.
then made their way to Goulburn, but sadly after some 4 weeks in their
new Country their eldest daughter, Elizabeth died. She died on 6.5.1849
and was buried in St. Saviours at Goulburn.
was to spend the rest of his life in the Goulburn area, finally
settling at Parkesbourne. In 1862 John selected land at Breadalbane but
this was later transferred to James Chisholm of Kippilaw. He was
employed by J.W. Chisholm as a Gardener, probably from the time he
arrived in Goulburn. He was also a member of the "Primitive Methodists"
being named as a Trustee.
Children to John and Caroline:
A. Elizabeth HUTCHINS,
b. 1832 in St. Buryan, Cornwall, baptized 24 June 1832 in Churchtown,
St. Buryan, Cornwall, d. 06 May 1849 in Goulburn, NSW Australia,
buried: 07 May 1849 in Par. St. Saviour Goulburn. Elizabeth survived
only 4 weeks in Australia, although acording to Shipping Records her
health was "good" on board ship. She died at Goulburn and was buried in
the Parish of St. Saviour in the County of Argyle. The exact location
of her grave is yet unknown.
B. Mary HUTCHINS,
b. 1833 in St. Buryan, Cornwall, baptized 30 Nov 1833 in Churchtown,
St. Buryan, Cornwall, d. 11 Oct 1923 in Dubbo NSW, buried: in Sunnyside
Cem, Dubbo. According to the Marriage Certificate Mary and George were
both of Wollagorang as were their witnesses John Hutchins (Mary's
father) and Emily Martin.
MARY JONES aged 95, a
very old resident of Dubbo, who came to this town from Goulburn many
years ago, died in the District Hospital, yesterday morning. Deceased
had a family of 13 children, of whom only 3 survive her. These are Mrs
Edith Mitchell of Beni, Thomas Jones of Goulburn and Richard Jones in
Queensland. The late Mrs. Jones was a sister to Mr. William Hutchins of
Peak Hill, who is 80 years of age. The funeral took place this morning
in the Church of England portion of the Cemetery, the Rev. C.W.
Leavers? officiating at the graveside. The funeral arrangements in the
hands of Mr. E. Lees.
She married George JONES, married 3 March 1851 in Parish St. Saviour Goulburn, occupation Sheep Overseer.
1. Martha Jane JONES, b. 16 Dec 1851 in Kippilaw, baptized 15 Feb 1852
in St. Saviours, Goulburn, d. 13 June 1886 in Bourke St, Goulburn,
buried: in Parkesbourne.
She married William HUNT, married 14 April 1873 in Goulburn, b. 1851 in
Kendal, Westmoreland, England, d. 27 June 1900 in Goulburn. William:
Goulburn Evening Penny Post 28.6.1900
William Hunt, caretaker and night watchman at Baxter's boot factory and
tannery was found the premises early yesterday morning shot through the
heart. Mr. James Pyrke, on entering the factory at about 8 o'clock,
found the deceased lying in the curriers' room with his gun under him.
The muzzle of the gun was pointing towards his breast, and the stock
was against a stone; there being also a long stick lying near. The
blood was flowing freely from the wound in his breast, and the sad
affair could only have happened a few minutes before. He had attended
to his morning duties as usual, and had got the fire up in the boiler
furnace. Dr. Burkitt was sent for, and on his arrival he pronounced
life to be extinct. The police were also informed, and several railway
ambulance men were quickly on the spot with their wheeled litter. The
body was conveyed to the morgue. Deceased was a widower, and 48 years
of age. He lived at the factory with his son and two daughtes, and
always carried firearms while on duty. He had been acting in the
capacity of caretaker for about two years. A magisterial enquiry was
held by Mr. H. O'Brien, coroner, at the Court-house on Wednesday
George Maddison Hunt, son of deceased, deposed that his father
had left two daughters and himself, all grown up; he last saw him alive
at the house at the tannery at 10.30 on the evening before; he came in
and had a cup of tea; he used to go to work at 6pm and stay on till a
quarter to 8 o'clock next morning; he had been in good health; he used
to carry his gun with him every night; he never heard him threaten to
take his life; he was troubled in his mind about some men who he said
were looking for him to mob him, but he never noticed anything wrong
with him; he told witness people were slandering him, and he put an
advertisement in the Penny Post; he seemed to take it very much to
heart; witness had made enquiries, but could find no one who had
slandered him; he had no quarrel or dispute with any of the employees
at the factory; witness never heard any of them pass any nasty remarks
about him; he put the advertisement in the paper about three weeks ago.
Dr. Burkitt deposed that he arrived at the factory at about a
quarter-past 8 and saw deceased lying in one of the sheds; upon
examination he found he was dead, the cause of death being a gunshot
would over his heart; it was such a wound as might be self-inflicted;
the gun must have been very close; people sometimes suffered from
hallucinations such as the last witness had mentioned.
Constable Evans deposed that he went to the factory at about five
minutes after 8 and found deceased lying in one of the sheds; the
muzzle of the gun produced was pointing towards him about two yards
away with the butt against a stone; a piece had recently been knocked
off the stock, and there was blood on the muzzle; there was once
cartridge remaining in it unexploded; the long stick produced was lying
near the gun; there was some dirt on the trigger, and it appeared to
have come from the point of the stick; witness removed the body to the
James Pryke, currier at Baxter's Tannery, deposed that he found
deceased lying on the floor of the currier's shop at about 10 minutes
to 8; he was lying partly on his breast and partly on his side; the
muzzle of the gun was partly under him and the stock away from him; he
appeared to be dead then, and witness called his brother; his brother
put his hand on the body and found it quite warm; witness never heard
deceased threaten to take his life; he was a very quiet man, and did
not talk much to anyone; the gun could have been exploded by deceased
pushing the trigger with the stick; whether it was done accidentally or
purposely he could not say; he never heard any of the employees
slandering or speaking in a nasty way of the deceased.
The coroner found that deceased died from the effects of a gunshot
would self-inflicted, and that he was suffering from illusions and
temporarily insane at the time.
2. Thomas George JONES, b. 28 June 1853 in Kippilaw, d. June 1931 in Goulburn District Hospital. .
Goulburn Post 9.6.1931
- OBITUARY Mr. Thomas Jones - The death occurred in the Goulburn
District Hospital early on Sunday morning of Mr. Thomas George Jones,
aged 78. Mr. Jones had been ill for several weeks. The late Mr. Jones,
who was well known in Goulburn, where he had a large circle of friends,
had lived in the district for more than 50 years. He is survived by
three daughters and three sons - Mrs. S. Duddle (Goulburn), Mrs. W.
Roots (Yass), Mrs. W. Wallace (Yass), George and Archie (Goulburn) and
Thomas (Sydney). His wife predeceased him about three years. The
funeral took place yesterday afternoon at the Church of England portion
of the General Cemetery.
He married Sarah AMOR, married 19 Feb 1879 in St. Saviours
Goulburn, b. 1861, d. Nov 1927 in Lithgow St, Goulburn. Sarah: Goulburn
Mrs. S. JONES - The
death of Mrs Sarah Jones, wife of Mr. T. Jones, of Lithgow Street, took
place at the residence of her son, Mr. Geo Jones of George Street in
the early hours of Saturday morning, the cause of death being asthma
and heart failure. Mrs. Jones who was 67 years of age is survived by
her husband, three sons and three daughters. The sons are George
(Goulburn) Tom (Sydney) and Archie (Goulburn) and the daughters, Mrs.
Roots (...) Mrs. Wallace (Sydney) and Bessie (Goulburn).
3. Caroline JONES, b. 2 May 1855 in Kippilaw, Breadalbane, baptized
29 Nov 1855 in Parish St. Saviour Goulburn, d. Jan 1905 in
"Collingwood", Ben Lomond, Armidale. Goulburn Post 19 January, 1905 -
records the death of Mrs. Thomas Palmer which took place at her
residence Collingwood, Ben Lomond, Armidale. Mrs. Palmer was the
daughter of the late Mr. George Jones of Parkesbourne and resided about
Breadalbane until 14 years ago, when she took up her abode in the New
England district with her husband and family. Deceased was highly
respected by all who knew her. She leaves a family of six sons and four
daughters. The daughters are Mrs. Alf Wemyss of Inverell, Mrs. R.
Calthorpe of Maybole, and Maud and Martha who are single and living
with their father. The sons are George who is residing at Glen Innes,
Tom, Jack, Fred, Walter and Clifford, who are still living with their
father. The remains of deceased were brought to the Church of England
at Ben Lomond, where a service was held by the Rev. Mr. Ware, after
which the funeral cortege moved to the cemetery. The Rev. Mr. Ware
officiated at the graveside. The funeral was a very large one, many
persons coming a long distance to show their sympathy with the bereaved
husband and family.
She married Thomas PALMER, married 3 Feb 1873 in St. James
Kippilaw, Goulburn, b. 1852, occupation Farm Labourer, d. 16 Oct 1921
in Pines Private Hospital, Goulburn. Thomas: OBITUARY - Mr. Thomas
Palmer (Goulburn Penny Post October 25, 1921)
An old and respected
resident of Goulburn, Mr. Thos Palmer, died on the 16th October, at the
Pines Private Hospital, at the age of 69. Deceased came to this country
with his parents at the age of five, and lived near Goulburn for many
years, when he removed to the New England district. He resided there
fifteen years. He then returned to this district, and lived at "Maxton"
until his decease. His first wife (nee Caroline Jones of Goulburn)
predeceased him by seventeen years. His second wife, who survives him,
was the widow of Mr. G. Gale, of Mummell. Mr. Palmer leaves a family of
six sons and four daughters. The sons are - Robert George Queensland;
Thomas, Queensland; John Bogabilla NSW; Frederick and Walter of Maxton;
and Alfred Clifford, Goulburn. The daughters are Mrs. A.J. Wemyss,
Inverell; Mrs. R. Calthorpe, Ben Lomond; Mrs. J. McCasker, Queensland;
and Mrs. C.E. Gale, Mummell. He also leaves 26 grandchildren.
4. Elizabeth Ann JONES, b. 19 Nov 1857 in Kippilaw, Breadalbane.
She married James Richard Mondge COOPER, married 1 Oct 1879 in St. Saviours Goulburn, b. 1856.
5. John JONES, b. 13 March 1860 in Kippilaw, Breadalbane, d. 16 Oct 1860 in Kippilaw.
6. Richard JONES, b. 24 Aug 1861 in Kippilaw, Breadalbane.
7. Mary Maud JONES, b. 15 March 1864 in Breadalbane.
8. Grace Matilda JONES, b. 1866.
9. George JONES, b. 1868.
10. Mary A JONES, b. 1869.
11. Walter JONES, b. 1872 in Goulburn, d. 1873 in Goulburn. Twin to Edith.
12. Edith JONES, b. 1872 in Goulburn. Twin to Walter.
13. Archibald Edward JONES, b. 1874 in Goulburn.
C. George HUTCHINS, b. 1834 in St. Buryan, Cornwall, d. 11 Nov 1856 in Goulburn Hospital NSW, buried: 12 Nov 1856 in Par. St. Saviour Goulburn.
D. John HUTCHINS, b. 1835 in St. Buryan, Cornwall, baptized 30 Oct 1835 in Churchtown, St. Buryan, Cornwall, d. infancy in St. Buryan, Cornwall.
E. Caroline HUTCHINS, b. 1836
in St. Buryan, Cornwall, baptized 11 Sept 1836 in Churchtown, St.
Buryan, Cornwall, d. 10 May 1921 in ?Milsons Point NSW.
She married William HARVEY, married 13 Nov 1855 in Goulburn, b.
1818 in Scotland, d. 24 Nov 1884 in Breadalbane. William: Wiliam's
parents were John Harvey and Janet Waldie.
1. William HARVEY, b. 19 Dec 1856 in Goulburn, d. 9 July 1933 in Granville.
2. Emma Martha HARVEY, b. 2 June 1858 in Goulburn.
She married Samuel LEECOUNT. Samuel: This marriage took place long
after Emma's first child born i.e. Mary Margaret Harvey. Marriage took
place in 1898.
3. Elizabeth Jane HARVEY, b. 7 Jan 1860 in Goulburn.
She married William SPICER, married 1900 in Gulgong.
4. Thomas HARVEY, b. 1862 in Goulburn.
5. Caroline Janet HARVEY, b. 1863 in Goulburn.
She married William Arthur GUYMER, married 1882 in Goulburn.
6. Andrew HARVEY, b. 1866 in Goulburn, d. 1937 in Gunning.
7. James HARVEY, b. 1868 in Goulburn.
8. Emily Ann HARVEY, b. 1872 in Gouburn.
9. Margaret HARVEY, b. 1874 in Goulburn, d. 1876 in Goulburn.
10. John Waldie HARVEY, b. 1879 in Goulburn.
He married Marion Faith COLEMAN, married 1905 in Goulburn.
11. Sydney Samuel HARVEY, b. 1880.
F. Grace HUTCHINS, b. 1838 in St. Buryan, Cornwall, baptized 07 June 1838 in Churchtown, St. Buryan, Cornwall.
She married William CURTIS, married 15 Nov 1854 in All Saints C of
E, Collector, b. 6 June 1828 in Wiltshire, U.K., occupation Farm
Labourer, d. 13 Jan 1905 in Goulburn, buried: in Mortis Street,
Goulburn. William: William's parents were Thomas and Elizabeth. William
arrived in Australia on 4.4.1849 on the ship "Julindur" - came free, on
board the same ship as Grace and her parents.
1. Mary CURTIS, b. 8 Sept 1855 in Collector, d. 1929 in Young.
She married George SHERIDAN, married 1874 in Collector.
2. Sarah CURTIS, b. 11 Jan 1857 in Collector, baptized 15 Feb 1857 in Gunning C of E, d. 6 April 1899 in Sydney.
She married Unknown OSBORNE.
3. Charles Albert CURTIS, b. 16 Aug 1858 in Collector, d. 25 April 1918 in Goulburn.
4. Sydney William CURTIS, b. 6 Sept 1860 in Collector, d. 28 Feb 1933 in Goulburn. Sydney never married.
5. Emma (Emily) CURTIS, b. 4 Aug 1862 in Collector, d. 2 Oct 1940 in Sydney.
She married William M. JERRELL, married 1886 in Goulburn.
6. William John CURTIS, b. 3 Jan 1865 in Goulburn, d. in Goulburn.
7. George T. CURTIS, b. 21 April 1867 in Collector, d. 4 July 1913 in Sydney.
8. Jane CURTIS, b. 12 Jan 1869 in Collector, d. 3 Aug 1934 in Goulburn.
She married George Francis GRIMBLE, married 23 May 1888 in
Collector, b. 4 March 1862 in Sydney, d. 31 March 1929 in Goulburn.
9. Phoebe Carlene CURTIS, b. 23 Dec 1870 in Collector, d. 1875 in Collector.
10. Dinah Grace CURTIS, b. 17 Aug 1872 in Collector, d. 21 Oct 1960 in Sydney. Dinah never married.
11. Harriet Mary CURTIS, b. 26 June 1874 in Collector, d. 26 July 1874 in Collector.
12. Ida Elizabeth CURTIS, b. 30 Aug 1875 in Collector, d. 1953 in Broadmeadow.
13. Frederick J CURTIS, b. 8 April 1877 in Collector, d. 28 Jan 1953 in Chatswood.
G. William HUTCHINS, b. 1841 in
Churchtown, St. Buryan, baptized 19 Dec 1841 in St. Buryan, Cornwall,
d. 13 Oct 1933 in Peak Hill Hospital, buried: in Peak Hill Cemetery.
He married Jane NORTH, married 21 Mar 1863 in Goulburn, b. 1842 in Coaligate, N.S.W., d. 16 Jul 1937 in Sydney.
1. John HUTCHINS, b. 1864 in Goulburn, d. 04021954 in Peak Hill NSW, buried: in Peak Hill.
He married Fanny MOORE, married 1894 in Dubbo, b. 1 Nov 1875, d. 15 Apr 1954 in Peak Hill.
2. Sarah Jane HUTCHINS, b. 15 Jun 1866 in Breadalbane, d. 4 Feb 1962.
She married Henry Battam WATMAN, married 1 Jan 1887 in Dubbo, b. 23 Aug 1860, d. 9 Oct 1940.
3. Elizabeth Maria HUTCHINS, b. 1869 in Goulburn NSW.
She married Francis G MARTIN, married 1895 in Dubbo.
4. William HUTCHINS, b. 23 Aug 1871 in Clear Hills NSW nr Goulburn,
d. 12 Apr 1956 in South St, Tempe NSW, buried: in Woronora Cem,
Sutherland. Bill won the premier Australian rifle shooting event, the
"King's in Melbourne" in 1911 with a record score. Bill scored 333
outof a possible 350 points. The day he arrived home to Peak Hill from
the Kings Shoot he was cheered from the railway to the town. A song was
composed by local agent, Jackie Howell, the words being:
"Hail to Peak Hill's famous son,
He who beat them with the gun,
Proud our town that reared him,
And prouder still of Billy Hutchins".
Bill's portrait was later given to Peak Hill
Council where it was hung. Bill and Jack Hutchins built the Peak Hill
He married Elizabeth M HARDY, married 31 DEC 1892 in Dubbo, b. 9
Dec 1871 in Molong, d. 11 Dec 1952 in Tempe, buried: in Woronora Cem.
Elizabeth: (Mother was Georgina Chew b. 1850 England and Father was
Samuel Hardy b. 1841 England).
5. Thomas George HUTCHINS, b. 1874 in Goulburn, d. 1908 in Dubbo.
He married Jessie A ROSS, married 1896 in Dubbo.
6. Charles Nathaniel HUTCHINS, b. 1876 in Bathurst, d. 14 Nov 1916 in Dubbo.
He married Eva Le GRESLEY, married 1912 in Dubbo.
7. Arthur James HUTCHINS, b. 1880 in Wellington.
He married Eveline Maude FREEMAN, married 1908 in Coonamble.
H. Thomas HUTCHINS, b. 29 Jan
1843 in Churchtown, St. Buryan, Cornwall, baptized 05 March 1843 in
Churchtown, St. Buryan, Cornwall, occupation Labourer, d. 30 Aug 1923
in 12 Union St, Goulburn, N.S.W., buried: 01 Sept 1923 in Methodist
General Cem, Goulburn, N.S.W. The family (and Tom himself) always
thought his date of birth was the 5th January, 1841. This difference in
age is also reflected on the original Shipping Records on his arrival
by his parents John and Caroline.
He married Mary Anne WEEKS, married 10 Feb 1880 in Prince St,
Goulburn, b. 30 May 1853 in Inveralochy, Goulburn N.S.W., baptized 25
Sept 1853 in Parish Bungonia, Goulburn, occupation Shop Keeper, d. 05
Nov 1932 in 12 Union St, Goulburn, buried: 07 Nov 1932 in Methodist
General Cemetery, Goulburn. Mary: Mary Anne ran a small shop from 12
Union St, Goulburn for many years selling lollies to the School
Children amongst other small items.
From a 1923 Newspaper (paper unknown)
Mr. Hutchins' Adventure
Mr. Hutchins, whose death is announced in another column, was
participant in an adventure with bushrangers, six years after he
arrived in Goulburn. He was at the time 23 years of age.
On December 19, 1864, Ben Hall, Gilbert, and Dunn stuck up the Toll
Bar at Towrang shortly after eight o'clock in the morning, and from
that time until 1.30p.m., when the coach from Sydney arrived, the gang
"netted" about fifty residents of the district, Mr. Hutchins being one
of them. Fortunately he had only a few shillings in his possession. He
was ordered to take his stand with the other prisoners in the bush near
the road, under the charge of Dunn.
Mr. Hutchins must have found plenty of humour in the situation. As
each wayfarer arrived at the Toll Bar he was systematically searched
and relieved of his valuables, while a cart full of eatables was looted
and the captives given a picnic meal.
Among the Goulburn citizens held up was the Rev. R. Leigh, who was
on his way to Shelley's Flats to celebrate a marriage. The wedding was
delayed till 5 o'clock, in spite of the rev. gentleman's appeals, and
the bridegroom's brother, who came to search for the parson, was also
captured. When the Sydney mail arrived the bags were opened and all
registered articles taken, the 'rangers then informing their captives
that they could go. The last thing seen of them was the dust raised by
their horses hoofs, as they rode hard for a lair in the Cookbundoon
Ranges. It was Mr. Hutchins' only encounter with the outlaws, and he
was never tired of recalling it.
Taken from the Salvation Army Newsletter dated January 29, 1921 celebrating Tom Hutchins 80th Birthday.
ORDER OF THE DAY
Birthday Greetings at Goulburn.
Brother and sister Hutchins Honoured -
The Y.P. Hall was tastefully decorated, and the tables presented a
wonderfully inviting appearance as Brother Hutchins, who has attained
his 80th year, was conducted to the place of honour, together with his
dear wife. Brother Hutchins is one of the oldest Salvationists in
Goulburn Corps, and the words of love and affectionate greeting uttered
by representative speakers went to show how great the influence for God
and the advancement of His Kingdom has been. His Worship the Mayor
Alderman Rogers, represented the City and spoke glowingly of his
Christian spirit and principal. Mrs. Major Howard congratulated all
present on the wonderful display of Army Comradeship and on behalf of
the D.H.Q. Staff conveyed greetings and best wishes to our veteran
comrade. Other speakers included the Treasurer, Brother Rice, Y.P.S.M.
Churchill, Brother Bedoe, Brother Nettleton, Brother Marks and S.M.
Orchard. Mr. Charles thanked all present for their words of love and
appreciation. Brother Hutchins gave glory to God for his wonderful
health and paid an affectionate tribute to his dear wife who, through
well and woe, health and sickness, prosperity and wealth, has been a
true help mate.
He thanked God for the Salvation Army, and urged all present to
undertake a deeper and more devoted service to Him "whose I am and to
whom I serve"
The thanks of the whole Corps is due to the Home League, who
undertook the responsibility of preparing what was one of the most
beautiful and uplifting functions ever held in connection with his
Children to Tom and Mary Anne:
1. Alice Beatrice HUTCHINS, b. 10 Nov 1880 in
Bishop St, Goulburn, N.S.W., d. 30 March 1958 in Base Hospital,
Goulburn NSW, buried: 01 April 1958 in Salvation Army Cem Goulburn NSW.
Alice and Inglis were married at the house of Thomas Hutchins (her
father) at 12 Union St Goulburn. Edward Hutchins and Ivy M Hutchins
were witnesses. At the time of Alice's death her usual address was 170
Kinghorne St, Goulburn. Gordon certified that he lived at 91 Fraser St,
Marrickville. Taken from the Goulburn Newspaper March 1958 - "The late
Mrs. Alice Peterson, whose death occurred recently at Goulburn Base
Hospital, had lived in Goulburn for all her 77 years. She was educated
at North Goulburn School. Born Alice Beatrice Hutchins, the deceased
was a keen member of the Salvation Army for some 55 years and was also
treasurer of the Women's Home League Club. She is survived by her two
sons, Gordon (Marrickville) and Eric (Goulburn) and a daughter, Mrs.
Myrtle Wilson (Goulburn). The service was held at the Salvation Army
Citadel and was conducted by Captain Everett. The Salvation Army Band
led the cortege through Auburn Street. Interment took place at the
Salvation Army portion of the General Cemetery".
She married Inglis Inglison PETERSON, married 02 March 1904 in 12
Union St, Goulburn NSW, b. 15 June 1876 in Laggan NSW, occupation
Groom, d. 25 August 1955 in Base Hospital Goulburn NSW, buried: in
Goulburn NSW. Inglis: Pete as he was known as drove the 1st Petrol Van
in Goulburn and was employed by Knowlman and Sons. Inglis parents were
Nels Gustaf Peterson (Augustus) and Letitia Whipp. They were married on
26.2.1867 at Laggan. At the time of Inglis' death he was living at 5
Park Street, Goulburn.
2. Edward Thomas HUTCHINS, b. 28 March 1883 in Goulburn NSW, d. 03
Nov 1952 in 181 Woodlands St, Balgowlah, NSW, buried: in Northern
He married (1) Emma Letitia GROOMS, married 1904 in Goulburn NSW, b. 1886, d. 18 May 1936 in Mater Miser. Hosp. N. Sydney.
He married (2) Doris May HALLAM, married 1937 in North Sydney.
3. Lewis Leslie HUTCHINS, b. 30 March 1885 in Goulburn NSW, d. 27
June 1974 in Corrinyah NSW, buried: in General Cem, Goulburn NSW.
He married Emma Elizabeth ANDREWS, married 1915 in Goulburn NSW, b.
25 Feb 1886 in Shropshire, England, d. 09 Sept 1974. Emma: Emma arrived
in Australia in 1913, her parents were William and mother was Sarah
4. Clarence Cecil HUTCHINS, b. 01 Dec 1887 in Bishop St, Goulburn
NSW, d. 14 May 1959 in Young Dist Hospital NSW, buried: in Northern
Suburbs Crematorium Niche 387QA. Twins were stillborn in 1920 - deaths
He married Rose Mary Edith LEARMONT, married 07 July 1915 in Young
NSW, b. 01 April 1893 in Market St, Burrowa NSW, d. 26 Oct 1982 in
Pittwood N/Home, Ashfield NSW, buried: 28 Oct 1982 in Northern Suburbs
5. Ivy May HUTCHINS, b. 23 May 1889 in Goulburn NSW, d. 24 April 1930 in Goulburn NSW.
She married Ernest F CHARLES, married 1911 in Goulburn, b. 03 July 1887 in Goulburn, d. 15 May 1952.
I. Eliza Jane HUTCHINS, b. 1845 in St. Buryan, Cornwall, d. 14 Nov 1893 in Lake Bathurst NSW.
J. John HUTCHINS, b. 1847 in St. Buryan, Cornwall, baptized 07 Feb 1847 in Churchtown, St. Buryan, Cornwall, d. 16 June 1923 in Goulburn NSW.
He married Dinah WEEKS, married 19 Oct 1869 in Goulburn, b. 1847 in
Compton Martin, SOMERSETSHIRE, ENG, d. 11 Aug 1896 in Allison St,
Goulburn, buried: 12 Aug 1896 in Wesleyen Cem, Mortis St, Goulburn.
1. Ida E HUTCHINS, b. 28 June 1871 in Boxers Creek, d. 01 march 1957.
She married Edwin George EDMUNDS, married 1909, b. 8 March 1866, d. 1 Feb 1940.
2. Hedley George HUTCHINS, b. 08 July 1873 in Boxers Creek, occupation Bootfinisher, d. 22 July 1953 in Yass.
He married Alice Maud BROWN, married 11 May 1903 in Goulburn, b. 22
Dec 1875, d. 17 June 1959 in Yass District Hospital, buried: in Yass
Cemetery. Alice: Alice's parents were William Brown and Emma Ingram of
3. Ethel HUTCHINS, b. 1875, d. 05 Dec 1891 in Goulburn. Ethel never married.
4. Hercules John HUTCHINS, b. 31 Aug 1877, d. 29 Aug 1896 in Goulburn. Hercules Never Married.
5. Albert Edward HUTCHINS, b. 9 March 1879 in Alison St, Goulburn, occupation Wheelwright, d. 1951 in Geelong?.
He married Amy Ethel BILLINGHAM, married 25 Dec 1907 in Crookwell.
6. Harold Thomas HUTCHINS, b. 3 July 1882 in Alison St, Goulburn, occupation Plumber, d. 1934 in Manly?.
He married Emily Rose BROWN, married 1913 in Manly.
7. Lydia HUTCHINS, b. 1884 in Goulburn, d. 24 Oct 1915 in Goulburn. Lydia never married.
8. Adeline HUTCHINS, b. Feb 1886 in Goulburn, d. 9 March 1887 in Goulburn. Died infancy.
9. Sydney William HUTCHINS, b. 28 Feb 1889 in Goulburn, occupation Painter, d. 6 Oct 1920 in Goulburn. Sydney never married.
10. Eileen Ethel HUTCHINS, b. 19 Aug 1892 in Goulburn, d. 28 Aug 1893 in Goulburn. Died infancy.