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Family Sheet

Name: Charles Hutchins Note Born: 10 Oct 1742 at , York, ME Married: 7 Mar 1764 at , York, ME Died: 3 Jun 1834
Name: Mary Perkins Born: 3 Apr 1745 at , York, ME Died: 6 May 1797 at , ME Father: Joseph Perkins Mother: Abigail Wardwell
Name: William Hutchings Born: 6 Oct 1764 at , York, ME Died: 1 May 1866 at Penobscot, Hancock, ME Wife: Marcy Wardwell
Name: Joanna Hutchins Born: 29 Feb 1768 at , York, ME Died: 21 Jul 1820
Name: Mary Hutchins Born: 11 Oct 1770 Died: 25 Jan 1835 Husband: Daniel Wardwell
Name: Judith Hutchings Born: 9 Nov 1772 Died: 20 Apr 1862 Husband: William Snowman
Name: Deborah Hutchins Born: 28 Jul 1776 at Penobscot, Hancock, ME Died: 3 Dec 1865 Husband: Nathaniel Leach
Name: James Hutchins Born: 22 Aug 1782 at Newcastle, Lincoln, ME Died: 2 Dec 1860 at Penobscot, Hancock, ME Wife: Mary Leach
Name: Sara Hutchins Born: 16 Mar 1785 Died: 14 Dec 1866 at , ME Husband: Robert Hanson
Name: Ebenezer O Hutchins Born: 12 Aug 1787 at Penobscot, Hancock, ME Died: 13 Apr 1881 Wife: Hannah Clement
1). Charles and his family came to Penobscot in a schooner in 1768, clearing a farm and residing on Wardwell Point on the Bagaduce estuary in the town of Penobscot. When the American forces were defeated at Castine in 1779, Charles went to Damariscotta to escape capture. He served in the French and Indian War of 1759 according to George A. Wheelers History of Castine Bangor, ME Burr & Robinson, 1875,p.362 also see pp. 202 03 . Jacob Perkins and His Descendants, pp.2,3,11 includes a report that Charles and several Perkins men lay in ambush on Charles property and fired on a British guard boat, 1779, during the siege of the Bagaduce Castine Charles then walked with his wife and eight children through the wilderness to Damariscotta, returning to Penobscot in 1783. Charles lost his parents in early childhood, and was brought up by his sister, Edith who m. Samuel Averill Avery, the first settler in Penobscot on the NW shore of Northern Bay near Jacob Perkins . Charles was part of the expedition to Louisburg, Nova Scotia when age 16, and was shipwrecked on the Londoner off Cape Ann while returning to Boston. Afterwards he resided at Albany, NY where he was noted for his diminuitive size and great strength. He then returned to York, Maine where he married Mary Perkins 1764 and moved to Penobscot 1768 with her and their three children. A son William listed in Maine Families in 1790 Camden Picton Press, 1988, p. 158.Also see Hugh Hutchins of Old England, Jack Randolph Hutchins and Richard Jasper Hutchings Baltimore Gateway Press, 1984, pp.698 9 .


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