- Born: Cir 1824
- Marriage: Richard HUTCHINSON on 3 Jul 1842 in St. Mary's, Bury, Lancashire, England
- Died: 12 Oct 1889 aged about 65
Marlborough Express, Volume XIX, Issue 161, 24 July 1883, Page 2
The Hutohinson Estate.\emdash On Saturday last Mounted Constable Hamling, accompanied by Messrs Scaife and Rankin, proceeded to Richard Hutchinson's and seized four head of oattle known to be the property of Mrs Hutchinson, a debtor. The case is in Mounted Constable Hamling's hands, and it is expected that further arrests will soon be made. It is known that valuable goods are still secreted in the neighborhood. Dan Davidson was brought before W. Brownlee, Esq., J.P;, on Saturday, and admitted to bail. The appointment of a second Justice of the Peace for this district has proved a great boon, as in the absence of Mr Dive, the police would have had no little difficulty to contend with in the case now being disclosed.
Marlborough Express, Volume XIX, Issue 168, 1 August 1883, Page 2
The cases against the persons charged with concealing goods belonging to the creditors in the bankrupt estate of Mrs Hutchinson of Havelock, .will come on for hearing before Mr Allen, R.M., at Havelock, to-morrow. Mr Bullen, who left for Havelock. yesterday, will conduct the prosecution
Mary married Richard HUTCHINSON, son of Richard HUTCHINSON and Unknown, on 3 Jul 1842 in St. Mary's, Bury, Lancashire, England. (Richard HUTCHINSON was born circa 1820, died on 24 Aug 1880 in Havelock, Marlborough, New Zealand and was buried in Havelock Cemetery, Havelock, Marlborough, New Zealand.)