Hutchinson Anne

Anne Hutchinson (1586 –1643), 10th g-grandmother

 

 

Anne Hutchinson’s statue at the Massachusetts State House in Boston

Anne Hutchinson (1591–1643), who was born Anne Marbury, was one of the most prominent women in colonial America, noted for her strong religious convictions and for her stand against the staunch religious orthodoxy of 17th century Massachusetts.  She was a Puritan whose religious ideas were at odds with the established Puritan clergy in the Boston area, and her popularity and charisma created a schism in the Boston church which threatened to destroy the Puritan’s “holy experiment” in New England.  After challenging the ruling magistrates and ministers during her first three years in Boston, she was eventually tried and convicted, then banished from the Massachusetts Bay Colony with many of her followers.  Refer to her heading under the paternal lineage for many more details of her history and lineage.

 

Anne Marbury (1591 – 1643), 10th g-grandmother – Edward Hutchinson (1613 – 1675) – Anne Hutchinson (1643 – 1716) – Ann Dyer (1672 – 1731) – Joseph Clarke (1694 – 1737) – Benjamin Clarke (1721 – 1790) – John Clarke (1780 – 1865) – Oratio Dyer Clarke (1811 – 1899) – Harriet Allen Clarke (1839 – 1898) – Clarence Clark Hamlin (1868 – 1940) – Elizabeth Gunnell Hamlin (1901 – 1982) – Tor Martin Hylbom (1939 – 2009) – Tor Martin (Majerus) Hylbom

Anne Marbury (1591 – 1643), 11th g-grandmother – Edward Hutchinson (1613 – 1675) – Anne Hutchinson (1643 – 1716) – Edward Dyer (1670 – 1760) – Edward Dyer (1701 – 1788) – John Dyer (1733 – 1791) – Freelove Dyer (1759 – 1831) – Phoebe Pearce (1779 – 1872) – Oratio Dyer Clarke (1811 – 1899) – Harriet Allen Clarke (1839 – 1898) – same as above until – Tor Martin (Majerus) Hylbom

 

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