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An annotated bibliography of some of the sources used in creating the cemetery summary on Chestnut Grove Cemetery.

This is the original Herndon home of Hugh Barbour Hutchison and Helen Steele, located on Spring Street. The home was built in 1908 and according to the Herndon Historical Society, was the first Herndon home to have indoor plumbing. A windmill located…

This map shows the major forces and movements of both Confederate and Union soldiers at the Battle of Balls Bluff near Leesburg. Ball's Bluff was fought on the Virginia side of the Potomac River on October 21st, 1861. Though not a major victory in…

This is an image of local dairy farmers at the Herndon rail station exchanging full milk cans for empties. The completion of the railroad by 1857 increased the mobility of Herndon residents and increased the marketability of produce to areas outside…

This is the family tree of Joshua and Martha Hutchison and their son Silas and his family.

This is an expanded family tree from the George and Maria Hutchison tree showing Hugh Barbour Hutchison and his spouses and children. His first wife Helen died in 1904 and he married her sister Ina Steele some years later.

This family tree shows the family of George and Maria Hutchison and their children

Hutchinson, Joshua M.: Pvt., Co. H, 43rd Btln. Va. Cav.; b. 9/23/43; son of Silas and Hulda Hutchinson; laborer; enl. Pvt., Co. G, 8th Va. Inf. 7/17/61 at Centreville by Capt. Thrift; wded. at Ball's Bluff, Loudoun Co., Va. 10/21/61; trans. Co. H,…

Thursday, 14 June 1900 Vol. XLV, No. 1

At Methodist church at Sterling, wedding on Saturday morning last, when Dr. Hugh Barbour HUTCHISON and Miss Helen Blanche STEELE, marriage by Rev. S. B. DOLLY, pastor of the church. Mr. Clarence A.…

This is the last will and testament of Dr. Hugh Barbour Hutchison.