Birth: Mar. 20, 1870, England Death: Apr. 11, 1947Kern CountyCalifornia, USA Thomas Francis Brown Hutton was born in England. He was the grandson of John Capper, who it is claimed help Charles Dickens write ‘Little Dorrit’.He is reported to have been in Canada around the time of his mother’s death in 1896.He married May (Rawlings) Parks in Pierce Co, WA in 1909. She was widowed in 1906 when her first husband Francis ‘Frank’ Parks, Chief Engineer on the Steamship Dix, drowned as his ship collided with the Steamship Jeanie in Puget Sound.They had five children-Stepson George E ParksStepson Frank F ParksStepdaughter, Rosa M Parks, who later married a RomnesSon Harold Edgar Hutton, died in 1934 at age 21 due to illnessAdopted son George Edward Hutton, 2nd Lieutenant USAAF WWII Pilot, died at age 22 in P-40F plane crash 17 July 1942, Concord, Cabarrus Co, NCHe lived in Tacoma, Pierce Co, WA and worked for the Railroad Company there, and by 1930, he had moved to Kern Co, CA, and had retired on a pension. It is believed that he and May (Rawlings) Parks Hutton may have divorced. He was in Kern Co, CA at the time of his death in 1947. Family links: Spouse: May Parks Rawlings Hutton (1876 – 1961)* Children: Harold Edgar Hutton (1914 – 1934)*