Hutchinson (surname)

Hutchinson is a surname, and may refer to:

* Hutchinson Family Singers, 19th-century American singing group
* Alain Hutchinson, Belgian politician
* Anne Hutchinson (1591-1642), Puritan preacher in New England
* Arthur Stuart-Menteth Hutchinson (1880-1971), British novelist
* Asa Hutchinson, former U.S. Attorney
* Atiba Hutchinson, Canadian soccer player
* Billy Hutchinson, Progressive Unionist Party
* Chad Hutchinson, NFL quarterback
* Dennis J. Hutchinson, professor of law
* Earl Ofari Hutchinson, journalist
* Elizabeth Hutchinson Jackson (1745-1781), mother of Andrew Jackson, 7th U.S President
* Eric Hutchinson, American singer-songwriter
* Edward Hutchinson (1914-1985), U.S. Representative from Michigan
* Francis Hutchinson (1660-1739), Church of England official against witchcraft trials
* Francis Cyrus Hobart Hutchinson (1700-?), father of Elizabeth Hutchinson Jackson
* Fred Hutchinson (1919-1964), former MLB pitcher
* G. Evelyn Hutchinson (1903-1991), zoologist
* James Hutchinson (Victoria Cross recipient) (1895-1972) British recipient of the Victoria Cross during World War I
* James G. Hutchinson, Boston-area architect circa 1900
* James S. Hutchinson, an early explorer of the Sierra Nevada, California, USA
* James W. Hutchinson, Male Vocalist. North East Lincolnshire U.K
*Jeremy Hutchinson (politician), American Congressman
*Jeremy Hutchinson, Baron Hutchinson of Lullington, British life peer
*Jeromy Hutchinson, (1975-Current), Ohio Registered Nurse
*Joey Hutchinson, English footballer
*John Hutchinson (botanist), an English botanist
*John Hutchinson (Colonel), (1615-1664) a leader in the 17th century Puritan revolt in Britain
*John Hutchinson (footballer), the Australian footballer
*John Hutchinson (inventor), the controversial inventor
*John Hutchinson (South Dakota), the namesake of Hutchinson County, South Dakota
*John Hutchinson (UCLA), an author and professor of industrial relations at the University of California, Los Angeles
*John Hutchinson (writer), (1674-1737) an English theological writer
*John Guiher Hutchinson (b. 1935), a U.S. Representative from West Virginia
*John Irwin Hutchinson (1867-1935), American mathematician
*John W. Hutchinson, American professor of engineering (Harvard University)
*Jonathan Hutchinson (1828-1913), English surgeon, ophthalmologist, dermatologist, venereologist and pathologist
*Kenneth "Hutch" Hutchinson, fictional character on the television show "Starsky & Hutch"
*Lucy Hutchinson (1620-1681), English biographer
*Mark Hutchinson (1978-), Irish cricketer
*Mavis Hutchinson, athlete
*Meg Hutchinson, singer, songwriter
*Miles Hutchinson, fictional character on the television show "The West Wing"
*R. C. Hutchinson, (1907-1975) an English novelist.
*Sarah Hutchinson, Playboy model
*Steve Hutchinson, American football player
*Thomas Hutchinson (MP) (1587-1643) English Member of Parliament
*Thomas Hutchinson (1711-1780), colonial governor of Massachusetts
*Thomas Joseph Hutchinson (c.1802-1885), diplomat, physician and travel writer
*Tim Hutchinson, US politician
*William Hutchinson (1586-1642), merchant, judge, founder of Rhode Island
*Willim Hutchinson (1715-1801), privateer, inventor, philanthropist, politician, Freeman of Liverpool
*William Hutchinson (Superintendent) (1772-1846), Australian convict and superintendent of Norfolk Island

ee also

* Hutchison
* Hely-Hutchinson


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