DESCENDANTS OF MOSES HUTTON
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Moses Hutton was born about 1740. His spouse is unknown.
Known children of Moses Hutton.
2. (1). Jonathan b.Jun 3 1769
m. Mary Troutwine May 1790
2.JONATHAN HUTTON 1.MOSES HUTTON
Jonathan Hutton, a son of Colonel Moses Hutton, was born in the
South Branch Valley of the Potomac in VA June 3, 1769, and married Mary
Troutwine in May 1790. They moved the Tygarts Valley, settling at became
Huttonsville, in Randolph county.
Children of Jonathan and Mary (Troutwine) Hutton.
3. (1). Elizabeth
m. Andrew Crouch
4. (2). Moses b.Aug 13 1795
m. Mary Haigler
5. (3). Catherine
m. Charles C. See
6. (4). John A.
m. Dorothy See
7. (5). Abram
m. Ann Wilson
8. (6). Mary
m. Washington J. Long
4.MOSES HUTTON 2.JONATHAN HUTTON 1.MOSES HUTTON
Moses Hutton, a son of Jonathan and Mary (Troutwine) Hutton, was
born August 13, 1795. He married Mary Haigler. Mary was a daughter of
Jacob and Christina (Harper Haigler.
Children of Moses and Mary (Haigler) Hutton.
9. (1). Alfred
m. Caroline Ward
10. (2). Mary Ann
m. Thomas B. Scott
11. (3). Elizabeth b. Jul 23 1836
m. Eli Baxter Butcher Oct 28 1852
12. (4). Colonel Elihu
m. Sophronia Woodford
13. (5). Eugenus d. 1864
Killed in the Civil War
14. (6). Virginia
m. Lee M. Ward
15. (7). Mozella
m. W. Scott Woodford
11.ELIZABETH HUTTON 4.MOSES HUTTON 2.JONATHAN HUTTON 1.MOSES HUTTON
Elizabeth Hutton, a daughter of Moses and Mary (Haigler) Hutton, was
born in Randolph County VA (WV) July 23, 1836. She married Eli Baxter
Butcher in Randolph County October 28, 1852. Eli, a son of Eli and
Margaret (Hart) Butcher, was born February 1, 1826 and died in Randolph
County VA (WV) March 25, 1862.
About the time he was married, he bought out his father and became a
very prosperous merchant and a popular man of high standing. He was
apparently involved in Confederate activities, culminating in his death
and the destruction of his property by Federal forces. Miller and
Maxwell's "The History of West Virginia and Her People" says, "The war
between the states resulted in the loss of his store and a large amount
of property, as well as the destruction by fire, after his death, of his
large and valuable buildings, including his dwelling house, store, barns
etc., by order of a Federal officer, setting the widow and her four
infant children in the public road.
Children of Eli Baxter and Elizabeth (Hutton) Butcher.
16. (1). Bernard L. b. Sep 12 1853
m. Mary Ellen Ayers Jan 23 1878
17. (2). Florence b. May 30 1856
m. Jared L. Wamsley August 7, 1880
18. (3). Mary Hart b. Apr 10 1858
m. E.D. Wamsley May 13, 1879
19. (4). Ida Miller b. Jul 19 1860
m. John C. Arbogast Oct 9 1888
"The Hacker's Creek Journal" Vol.XVIII Issue 3, 2000 pp.113-117