Orangeburgh District Migrations

Migration of Henry HUTTO (Jr) and Mary [---]

1. Henry HUTTO (Jr), born 1784 Barnwell County, South Carolina, died 1818 in Barnwell County, South Carolina, son of Henry HUTTO and Anne Katharine ZORN. He married Mary Ann Zeigler about 1806. She was born 1790 and died in 1860.

After Henty's death, Mary Ann Zeigler Hutto married Edward Chitty before 1820 and they migrated to Dale County Alabama with the Henry’s three sons: Jacob K. Hutto, John Andrew Jackson “Jack” Hutto and Nicholas Hutto.

Children of Henry HUTTO (Jr) and Mary Ann Zeigler were as follows:

a. Jacob K. HUTTO, born abt 1810 in South Carolina; died in Dale County, Alabama. He married abt 1840 Martha BRELAND, born abt 1823 in South Carolina.

Notes for Jacob K. HUTTO: Went to Dale County AL before 1836. Married late in life. Jack K. Hutto bought 80 acres of land in Dale Co. AL, 15 Jul 1854. He bought 40 acres on 4 Nov 1858. Dale Co. AL census 1840, 1850, 1860. Justice of Peace in Dale county, AL 1845-1853.

Notes for Martha BRELAND: Listed in the 1850 census, Dale Co. AL, Catharine Breeland listed in household of Jackob K. and Martha Hutto.

b. John Andrew Jackson HUTTO, died in Clarke County, Alabama. Had several children.

b. David HUTTO, died in Clarke County, Alabama. Had several children.

c. Nicholas W. HUTTO, died in Dale County, Alabama. Fine looking man, but drank some. He had two girls by his first wife, don't know about second wife.

c. Soloman J. HUTTO, born 1818 in Georgia, died 1865. Living in Dale County, Alabama in 1850 and Santa Rosa County Florida in 1860. Mustered in Co. J, 4th Alabama Reserves on 16 Oct 1864.

Information provided by Gene Jeffries 11 Apr 2000, updates by Pam Bennett 13 Nov 2013 and 6 Jul 2015.

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