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Capt Robert Hutchins
Robert was a mariner, ship captain, who was a near neighbor to William Coxe (/browse.php?fid=424204) in the area later known as Strawberry Bank which is where William received his "Ancient Planter" grant of 100 acres in 1828. At that time , the location was identified as Harwoods Neck bounded onthe south by t he James River.
The Hutchins name was first recorded in America in the Jamestown colony on 14 March 1628 noting that Robert Hutchins owned land in the colony.
8/21/1626, Robert Hutchins and John Osborne his neighbor, and a man named Thomas Jones were “Punished and Fined for drinking and Quarreling and other Abuses at unlawful and unreasonable Howers of the Night to the Disturbance of the whole Plantation”. (S) The Minutes of Jamestown, P108.
10/12/1626, Robert Hutchins of James City charged and convicted of adultery with Margaret Jones and fined 300 pounds of tobacco. He declared in court that it was an unjustful verdict, and for not being respectful he was fined an additional 100 pounds.
3/2/1628 “Robte Hutchinson had tobacco recovered of him.” teachergenealogist007.com
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