Visual Timeline: Anne Hutchinson

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1591 CE - 1643 CE: Life of Anne Hutchinson, religious reformer and advocate for religious freedom.
1612 CE: Anne Marbury marries William Hutchinson in London; the couple move back to their hometown of Alford.
1612 CE: William and Anne Hutchinson become devotees of the Puritan preacher John Cotton.
1634 CE: William and Anne Hutchinson, with their children, follow John Cotton to Massachusetts Bay Colony in North America.
1636 CE - 1638 CE: Anne Hutchinson is the primary voice of the Antinomian Controversy, defending her belief in the supremacy of God's Grace in salvation against Puritan authorities.
1638 CE: Anne Hutchinson banished from Massachusetts Bay Colony; founds Portsmouth, Rhode Island.
1642 CE: Anne Hutchinson and seven of her children migrate to New Netherlands and establish a homestead.
1643 CE: Anne Hutchinson and six of her children murdered in Native American attack on their homestead.
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