Deaths of Jesse Hutchinson and Stillman Lathrop

Death of Jesse Hutchinson “Telegraphic intellligence is received of the death of Jesse Hutchinson, of the ‘Hutchinson family’, at a Water Cure establishment near Cincinnati, (where he has been since his return from California, ) on Sunday last. The anti-slavery cause is deeply indebted to him for many of its most popular songs, as well as other philanthropic and reformatory enterprises.   Doubtless the particulars of his illness and death will be given to the public hereafter. …. We have also to announce the death, in Cambridgeport, of an early, faithful, and venerable friend of the slave, Dea. Stillman Lathrop, aged 73. He was for many years a Vice President of the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society.
(Liberator May 20, 1853, pg 2)