Biography of Charles L. Hutson
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CHARLES L. HUTSON is the eldest of a family of eight children born to William and Frankie (Lewis) Hutson, natives of Kentucky, and of Irish and English descent. His father came to Indiana in an early day and settled in Boone County, and subsequently located in Howard County. He entered 160 acres of land in Howard Township, erected a log cabin, and cleared a home for himself and family. He endured all the privations of a pioneer life in the wilderness, and has since, by industry and economy, been able to add to his farm until he had 480 acres of the choice land of Howard Township. Mr. Hutson has since divided this land with his children, and is at present located upon a farm of 280 acres near Kokomo. In an early day, Mr. Hutson was Trustee of Howard Township for several terms. Charles L. was born February 5, 1843, and was reared upon the farm, where he received a common school education. At the age of twenty two years, he was married to Miss Clarcy Ring, daughter of James and Melviriia (Reeder) Ring, natives of Indiana. This union has been crowned with four children; Effa (deceased), Elcy (deceased), William O. and James D. Mr. Hutson, since his marriage, has followed agricultural pursuits, and is at present located upon a farm of 129 acres near Kokomo, with all necessary improvements. Mr. Hutson is an active politician in the Democratic ranks, casting his first ballot for G. B. McClellen in 1864.

From:
Counties of Howard and Tipton, Indiana
Historical and Biographical
Charles Blanchard, Editor
F. A. Bettey & Co.
Chicago 1883.


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