Hila eudora hatch kinney



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THE HATCH FAMILY


OF
BRADFORD COUNTY
PENNSYLVANIA

1800 - 1984



HILA EUDORA HATCH KINNEY



CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION ..1

ORIGIN OF THE "HATCH" NAME ..2

THE FAMILY OF HEZEKIAH HATCH ..3

THE FAMILY OF ROBERT POTTER ..5


THE FAMILY OF MALTIAH HATCH ..6
THE FAMILY OF DOUGLAS HATCH ..7

MATILDA HATCH ..7

CALVIN C. HATCH 15

SENICA W. HATCH 15

LEVI HATCH 17

MARY HATCH 17

JAMES M. HATCH 21

JOHN FREDERICK HATCH 21

CHARLES HATCH 25

ELIZA HATCH 25


THE FAMILY OF JOHN A. HATCH 26

DELIA HATCH 26


THE FAMILY OF AMANDA HATCH 27

MARTHA VARGASON 27

JOHN VARGASON 29

LYDIA VARGASON 29

CHARLES VARGASON 29
THE FAMILY OF MARIAM HATCH 29

GEORGE JACKSON 29


THE FAMILY OF JAMES CALVIN HATCH 30

JOHN WESLEY HATCH 31

VIOLETTA HATCH 44

JOSEPH IASIAH HATCH 45

ROBERT HEZIAKIAH HATCH 45

HARRIET M. HATCH 48

GORDIS MALTIAH HATCH 49

MARGARET ORINDA HATCH 54

JAMES EDWARD HATCH 56

FRANCIS CALVIN HATCH 57


THE FAMILY OF CALVIN C. HATCH 65

AMANDA HATCH 65

MARTHA JANE HATCH 65

EUPHREMIA HATCH 66

ELIZABETH HATCH 70

THEODORE W. HATCH 70

ADELIA M. HATCH 70

LAVINA HATCH 71

JAMES HATCH 71
INDEX 72

B
radford County, Pennsylvania

INTRODUCTION
This book is the culmination of fifty years of gathering data on the Hatch family. I leave it to the younger generations to find the proof that Hezekiah is indeed the progenitor of this family. It is believed that Hezekiah Hatch and a Miss Phinney were the parents of Maltiah and his siblings. Confusion concerning the parents of Maltiah Hatch stems from the fact that there is little, if any, information to be found on either a Hezekiah, or a Begordis Hatch, to connect him with Maltiah. Maltiah Hatch and his wife, Martha Potter, are the founders of the rest of this book.

Many birth and death dates came from reading the tombstones in the cemeteries named in the entries. Other information came from records in the courthouses of the various counties named in the entries. Where a specific family member contributed information, their name is given in brackets at the end of the entry they contributed. Also, any specific references are given in brackets at the end of the entry for which they are the source.

I would like to thank all those family members who so kindly filled out the family sheets I sent them. I would especially like to thank the former historians of the Hatch Family Reunion who kept such faithful records, since 1902, of the early births, deaths, and marriages.

If you find any errors in your family please make allowances for your elders’ memories, correct your copy and send me the information so I may correct my notes. Occasionally there were discrepancies in my sources. When a date, or a place, is in doubt, it is underlined.

Each family is given a letter and a number. The letter signifies the generation that person is in with "A" being the earliest generation. The number signifies that person's place within his parent's family. Thus, Hezekiah Hatch and Robert Potter are both "A's," Hezekiah is "A-1" as the supposed father of Maltiah, and Robert Potter is "A-2" as the father of Martha Potter Hatch. Hezekiah's and Robert's children are "B's." Maltiah and Martha's children are "C's," their children are "D's," etc. The letters and numbers are underlined for emphasis.

The index contains the given name of every Hatch mentioned in this book and the surnames of all the families they are allied with.

ORIGIN OF THE "HATCH" NAME
From the Hatch Genealogical Society in Salt Lake City, UT, we learn the name “Hatch” comes from the word Hacche, meaning a door or floodgate, which consists of great stakes or piles, put out by fishermen for the better convenience of securing fish. A weir, by old country folk, is always called a hatch. Hacche is also a term for a bar across a woodland path to prevent deer escaping. If Henry lived near a Hacche, he would be called Henry atte hacche and finally Henry Hatch. The name first appears in Doomsday Book in the form of “Hache” which also means a small ax among French speaking people. Also spelled Hach.

Henry might also be known as: Henry Hatch, Hatcher, de LaHache, Hatchman, Hatchett.

In Ireland we find the Hatch family of Ardee Castle, County Lough, Eire who have the same coat of arms as the Cornwall and Devon families - indicating family connection.

In Devon, England, the Hatch name appears in Satterleigh Park, Barnstable, Springfield, Wooly, and South Moulton.



Hatch Family in England tells us that the Hatch's were an ancient and gentle tribe that took its name from the place of habitation. “One Thomas, son of William, left his paternal and took to him the local name of his habitation.”

Hila Eudora Hatch Kinney



THE FAMILY OF HEZEKIAH HATCH
A-1 Hezekiah (and or Begordius)


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