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Jack Randolph Hutchins
Born March 29, 1927
Spokane, Washington
Died April 14, 2001(2001-04-14) (aged 74)
Potomac, Montgomery, Maryland
Citizenship United States
Occupation Genealogist, author
Known for Genealogical publications
Relatives Sybil Gibson Higley;
Nathaniel Hutchins

Jack Randolph Hutchins (March 29, 1927 - April 14, 2001) was a genealogist known for his research and scholarly publications in that field.

Hutchins' work has often been utilized by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church),[1][2][3] a church long noted for the world's most extensive and detailed genealogical files.[4]

Hutchins' research showed he was related to contemporary author and genealogist Sybil Gibson Higley, which he included in one of his books.[5]

In literature[edit | edit source]

Hutchins wrote a number of genealogical and historical books, including:

  • Descendants of John Hutchins of Newbury and Haverhill, Massachusetts as editor with author Edwin Colby Byam[6]
  • Genealogy of Thomas Hutchins of Salem, Massachusetts: with a history of allied families[7]
  • Hugh Hutchins of Old England: the history of the Hutchins families of the Old and New Worlds[8]
  • Hutchins of Old England[9]
  • Robert Hutchins of colonial America: the historical Hutchins family records[10]
  • The story of Jacob Hutchins of Athol, Massachusetts, Revolutionary soldier: and accounts of other Hutchins who served in the Revolutionary War[11]
  • William Hutchins of Carolina: the historical records of the Carolina Hutchins-Hutchings-Hutchens families : including records of Sue Hutchins Conner : with a supplement to the book, Robert Hutchins of colonial America[12]

† These titles have been included in the American Library of Congress.[13][14]

Hutchins' work has been referenced in a number of journals, including:

Hutchins' work has been referenced for his research in books as well, with titles including:

  • The Salem Witch Trials: A Day-by-day Chronicle of a Community Under Siege by Marilynne K. Roach[17]
  • Hutchins - Hutchens: descendants of Strangeman Hutchins, born 1707, of the James River in Virginia and Surry (Yadkin) County, North Carolina, Volume 3 by Rita Hineman Townsend[18]
  • Nicholas Hutchins of Lynn and Groton, Massachusetts, and his descendants: with a genealogy of allied families by Marvin Clayton Hutchins[19]
  • On the Road North of Boston: New Hampshire Taverns and Turnpikes, 1700-1900 by Donna-Belle Garvin and James L. Garvin[20]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. "CITATIONS and FOOTNOTES Numbers 9501 to 9750". The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Retrieved 3 April 2014. 
  2. "CITATIONS and FOOTNOTES Numbers 27,751 to 28,000". The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Retrieved 3 April 2014. 
  3. "FAMILY HISTORY LIBRARY CATALOG". The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Retrieved 3 April 2014. 
  4. Bellantoni, Christina (July 20, 2009). "Mormon leader brings family records to Obama". The Washington Times. Retrieved 3 April 2014. 
  5. Hutchins, Jack Randolph (1992). Robert Hutchins of colonial America: the historical Hutchins family records. Gateway Press. p. 505. 
  6. Byam, Edwin Colby (1975). Descendants of John Hutchins of Newbury and Haverhill, Massachusetts. Hutchins. 
  7. Hutchins, Jack Randolph. Genealogy of Thomas Hutchins of Salem, Massachusetts: with a history of allied families. Goetz Press. 
  8. Hutchins, Jack Randolph (1984). Hugh Hutchins of Old England: the history of the Hutchins families of the Old and New Worlds. Gateway Press. 
  9. Hutchins, Jack Randolph. Hutchins of Old England. J.R. Hutchins. 
  10. Hutchins, Jack Randolph (1992). Robert Hutchins of colonial America: the historical Hutchins family records. Gateway Press. 
  11. Hutchins, Jack Randolph (1976). The story of Jacob Hutchins of Athol, Massachusetts, Revolutionary soldier: and accounts of other Hutchins who served in the Revolutionary War. Hutchins. 
  12. Hutchins, Jack Randolph (1995). William Hutchins of Carolina: the historical records of the Carolina Hutchins-Hutchings-Hutchens families : including records of Sue Hutchins Conner : with a supplement to the book, Robert Hutchins of colonial America. Gateway Press. 
  13. Kaminkow, Marion J. (2001). Genealogies in the Library of Congress: A Bibliography With Supplements and the Complement to Genealogies in the Library of Congress. Genealogical Publishing Com. p. 343. ISBN 9780806316697. 
  14. Kaminkow, Marion J. Genealogies in the Library of Congress: Supplement 1972-1976. Library of Congress. p. 127. 
  15. Jacobus, Donald Lines (1997). The American Genealogist. 72-73: 172.  Missing or empty |title= (help);
  16. Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania (1999). The Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine, Volume 41. DIANE Publishing Inc. 
  17. Roach, Marilynne K. (2004). The Salem Witch Trials: A Day-by-day Chronicle of a Community Under Siege. Taylor Trade Publications. p. 664. ISBN 9781589791329. 
  18. Townsend, Rita Hineman (1992). Hutchins - Hutchens: descendants of Strangeman Hutchins, born 1707, of the James River in Virginia and Surry (Yadkin) County, North Carolina, Volume 3. Gateway Press. 
  19. Hutchins, Marvin Clayton Hutchins (1989). Nicholas Hutchins of Lynn and Groton, Massachusetts, and his descendants: with a genealogy of allied families. C. Boyer, 3rd. ISBN 9780936124131. 
  20. Garvin, Donna-Belle (2003). On the Road North of Boston: New Hampshire Taverns and Turnpikes, 1700-1900. UPNE. p. 207. ISBN 9781584653219. 


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