Tuesday, April 05, 2011

Elijah S. Hutchins & Eleazer Hutchins, Vermont, 1813,

Elijah S. Hutchins, age 59,, Milwaukee, Wis., private in company commanded by Captain Myron Reed and Lieutenant Peter L. Allen, in Colonel George Tyler’s regiment, Vermont Militia. He volunteered at Jericho September 7, 1814, for the defense of Plattsburgh. During the day he was made assistant to his father, Eleazer, who was surgeon of the regiment, and helped care for the wounded during the battle and a few days after. He was discharged at Plattsburgh September 14, application made October 7, 1856.
Elijah S. Hutchins, was born 1796, at Jericho, Chittenden, Vermont. His wife was Mary Ann Smith, married about 1831.

Betsey Hutchins, age 89, Jericho, widow of Eleazer Hutchins, surgeon in Colonel George Tyler’s regiment Vermont Militia. He was drafted at Jericho, October 1, 1813, and discharged at Burlington October 7, 1813, he volunteered at Jericho, September 7, 1814, for the defense of Plattsburgh, and was discharged at Burlington, September 18. He was married to Betsey Hollenbeck at Jericho, in August of 1790, by Samuel Darrow, J. P., and died February 22, 1833, application made May 28, 1856; and granted 160, acres.

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