Saturday, 14 January 2012

Charles Hutton (Sen & Jnr) - obituaries

Articles from Trove -

Death notices for Charles Hutton senior and his wife
The Argus Friday 2 May 1879
HUTTON - on the 30th inst at Park - house Brighton Charles Hutton Esq late of Bath, Somersetshire aged 70 years

Argus Monday 5 May 1879 p8
NOTICE is hereby given, that after the expiration of fourteen days from the publication hereof application will be made to the Supreme Court of the colony of Victoria, in its Probate jurisdiction, that PROBATE of the LAST WILL and TESTAMENT of CHARLES HUTTON, formerly of the city of Melbourne, but late of Richmond, in the said colony, esquire, deceased, may be granted to Margaret Hutton, of Bentham-place, Church-street, Richmond aforesaid, the widow of the deceased and sole executrix named in and appointed by the said will.
Dated this fifth day of May, 1879 MALLESON, ENGLAND, and STEWART, twenty four Queen-street, Melbourne, proctors for the _said Margaret Hutton._
Argus Friday 6 June -
Probates were granted to the wills of Edward Forrest £875, on the motion of Mr Vale , Henry Seelenmeyer, £917, on the motion of Mr Goldsmith Samue B Vaughan, £5,032, on the motion of Mr Walker, Charles Hutton, £23,548, on the motion of Mr Webb . Wm Stephenson, £2,592, on the motion of Mr A Skinner , Rebekah Kramp, £1 030, on the motion of Mr Tullerton, Kenneth M'Lennan, £2,770, on the motion of Mr Moore , Bridget Hart, £709, on the motion of Mr Dwyer, Charles Humphreys, £2,d33, on the motion of Mr Tink

PROV have a copy of Charles' will leaving property and possessions to his wife, Margaret
Argus 24 September 1909 p1 - A peaceful end to life's journey
HUTTON - on 19th inst at Newcastle on Tyne, England, Margaret relict of the late Captain Charles Hutton of Bath Somerset, England, and Brighton, Victoria, aged 83
PROV have a copy of Margaret's will leaving property and possessions to her children, Amy, Thomas and Charles

Obituary for Charles Hutton junior 
The Argus 23 April 1936 p12
Mr Charles Hutton of Punt Hill South Yarra whose family was associated with the early history of Melbourne and who devoted much of his time in recent years to charitable organisation work died at his home on Tuesday night.
Mr Hutton, who was aged 81 years, was a son of the late Captain Charles Hutton one of the earliest Port Phillip   settlers. With his brother Mr Thomas   Hutton, he shared the original ownership of Clear Creek Station at Eldorado near Wangaratta. A keen cricketer he joined   the Melbourne Cricket Club in 1878. He was also a member of the Bohemians. Mr Hutton was an ardent fly fisher-man
He is survived by a widow. The funeral will leave his home at 4 pm this after- noon for the St Kilda Cemetery. B Matthews Pty Ltd have charge of the arrangements.

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