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J. Pollock Hutchinson

Short Name: J. Pollock Hutchinson
Full Name: Hutchinson, John Pollock, 1834-1899
Birth Year: 1834
Death Year: 1899

Born: October 9, 1834.
Died: July 17, 1899.
Buried: Forest Hill Cemetery, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

We have little data on Hutchinson, except that he was a minister.


Texts by J. Pollock Hutchinson (4)sort descendingAsInstances
Lord, we would come before thee hereJ. Pollock Hutchinson (Author)2
Those Sabbath bells, sweet Sabbath bellsRev. J. Pollock Hutchinson (Author)2
We have felt the love of JesusRev. J. P. Hutchinson (Author)4
We know that Jesus came to saveJ. Pollock Hutchinson (Author)1
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