Definition of Hutchinson, Anne Marbury in English:

Hutchinson, Anne Marbury

Syllabification: Hutch·in·son, Anne Marbury
Pronunciation: /ˈhəCHənsən
( 1591–1643), American religious leader; born in England. She was banished from Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1637 for her liberal views on grace and salvation. First moving to Rhode Island and then settling in New York in 1642, she and most of her family were killed by Indians.

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