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Jethro A. Hatch

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Jethro A. Hatch
Member of the U.S. House of Representatives
from Indiana's 10th district
In office
March 4, 1895 – March 3, 1897
Preceded byThomas Hammond
Succeeded byEdgar D. Crumpacker
Indiana House of Representatives
In office
Personal details
Born(1837-06-18)June 18, 1837
Pitcher, New York
DiedAugust 3, 1912(1912-08-03) (aged 75)
Victoria, Texas
Political partyRepublican
Spouse(s)Sarah Melissa Shaeffer
ChildrenDarwin Shaeffer Hatch
Hazel Margaret Hatch
ParentsJethro Hatch
Minerva Pierce
Alma materRush Medical College
OccupationPhysician and Politician

Jethro Ayers Hatch (June 18, 1837 – August 3, 1912) was a U.S. Representative from Indiana.

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I would assume there'd be some foreshortening... Oh, oh, he's pointing. Charlie: He's short. He's pointing at us. There's foreshortening in the hand. It's a nice foreshortened hand. I like it, xyfoid. I wasn't expecting the drawing to be... Sean: Very '30s gangster. Well, and it's a really, really good drawing. Charlie: Good start. Very good start. Okay, next one. Whoa. Why did you #prokofiev? Prokofiev? Is that how you pronounce it? Sean: Prokofiev. Prokofiev? Sean: Does it say the name? I don't...oh, The Smugger? Charlie: Smugger? Is that an art term? How does he...? Sean: I don't know what a smugger is. Man, I don't know. If you're watching this, can you leave a comment and explain yourself? Sean: Explain this!!! All right, cool. Moving on. Cast Shadow, this is cool. It's like a comic book. The Cast Shadow. Sean: Oh, it's like a mage. Charlie: They're about to cast shadow. Well, it looks like there's an actual shadow casting from him. This is from cb_illustratie. It says, "Happy first of Inktober." What? Wait, is this Inktober, or...? Charlie: Inktober crossover. Sean: They combo'd. Jeez, dude. Double dipping. "Today, I combined Inktober..." Oh. He says it in the... "Today, I combined Inktober with the challenge from Stan Prokopenko. This is my take on cast shadow. Today, I tried my hand at some hatching and an inkwash to challenge myself a bit. Hope you guys like it." I like it. It's cool. Oh, wow. So this is the fourth one, JDartwork. "Happy Inktober, everyone." Again, you guys? Double dippers. Okay, this is ballpoint, Jester Gesture. Doing Gesture Jester, as proposed by Stan Prokopenko recently. Sean: Cool. Charlie: The most tongue-twisty of heroes. Yeah, Gesture Jester. That's cool. I like it. The Jesture. I'm so confused... The Jester. Sean: Maybe it's the Gesture? Well, it's Jester with a J. Oh, wait, but there's an E at the... Charlie: So it's just combining Jester Gesture in one word. Wow, so clever man. It's from Jeth Rogibbons. Oh, Jethro Gibbons. Okay, so he says, "The Jesture," with a J, "a master of deceit and mischief." So he's just a jester, he's not even...he has nothing to do with gesture at all. Sean: I mean, the pose is gesturing. "One minute he's dazzling a crowd and juggling, and the next he's making an escape from the scene of a homicide." Charlie: Oh, God. "Where did he find a knife? He had it all along. Misdirection is his favorite tool. He uses his lanky build and expressive motions to create the perfect distractions." Charlie: He's posed very fabulously. Is he holding a calling card, like the Joker? It almost looks like a drawing of that first one that we didn't understand, The Smugger. It is The Smugger. Look at it. Charlie: Smugger crossover episode. Number six, Assthetic. Charlie: They did it. Sean: Nice. But she doesn't have much of an ass. "Wanted to do this ArtTerm challenge by Stan Propkopenko..." Can't even say my name. "And my term was 'Assthetic.' How do you think I did?" I think she needed a bigger butt, dude. Darth Shader. Sean: Nice. "Quick sketch, don't judge." That's what he said. Leodtoro, or Leo D. Toro. Charlie: Is he hiding a galaxy under his arm? Maybe. It's because he's got shade. Sean: He's just talking shit all the time. Charlie: He's about to throw some shade. Sean: He's about to toss, toss it out there. Yeah, look at this mouth, dude. That looks like only shade can come out of that mouth. Charlie: Electronically distorted shade. Darth Shader: I find your lack of skill disturbing. Okay, this... Sean: Oh, nice. thedrowsydragoncomic. That's pretty cool. Spider-Bob the Pain-ter. Wow, that's a lot. Those are two... Sean: This is a multi mashup. So it's like Spider-Man, Bob Ross, that is a pain-ter, with pain. Together: Vin Easel. Yes!! But where's the Vin Diesel reference? Is there a car somewhere in there? Sean: It's...well, bald. Bald? Charlie: Yeah, it's very bald. Sean: It's a bald easel. Charlie: Are those teeth? "Sketch hero or villain challenge, this is Vin Easel, villain. Hero turned villain with abandonment..." Charlie: Oh, there's a whole backstory. Wait, abandonment issues? Does Vin Diesel have abandonment issues or something? Sean: I don't know. Charlie: Have to consult the Fast and Furious series. Sean: Yeah, I've not watched "xXx" in a while, or "Riddick." Resubmit with Vin Diesel reference. Sean: Just paste his face on it. Sean: Is this Marshall? Sir Realism. Yeah, Marshall. Charlie: It's very Dali-esque. Or... Sean: Charlie? Charlie: Salvador Dali? No, or you! Charlie: Me!?! I'm pointing at you, Charlie. Look, right? Yeah. It's cool. I like it, it's a cool character. Oh, this is cool. I like where it's going. Okay, "They call him Artist Blok, the crusher of all creative spirits. Maybe he's just grumpy because he has no arms." Sean: I guess I would be too. Captain Negative Space. So he just writes negative comments and posts them up as signs. Sean: He makes you defeat yourself by... you lose your self esteem. Charlie: Kind of looks like the Six Flags old man. Sean: It kind of does. It does. Oh, what's this one? Sir Real...another Sir Realism, duplicate. There have been a few duplicates. This one's totally different though. This is just kind of like he's got control of the world. It's like... Sean: Oh, Doctor Strange? Doctor Strange. He's kind of a Doctor Strange guy. Sean: Yeah, there's a lot of...we could look at this for awhile. Oh, man. There's a lot. Charlie: There's layers to this. Sean: There are layers. Next. Cross Hatch. Hey, that one's taken, bro. Peter Han did that one. But this is fun too. Sean: Oh, he's hatching. It's a hatch...yeah. Sean: He's angry. Charlie: He's cross about it. He's cross about being... About hatching out of an egg? That's funny. Sean: That's some wordplay. Yeah, I like it. Thank you, amberdreams123. Shade Fool. What? He's spinning a pencil. He's shooting some kind of Nerf dart or something. "Okay, this is fun. This drawing is of proportions, anatomically incorrect. Looks stiff and it sucks." Oh, I thought you were describing your character. You're just making fun of your own drawing. Sean: Oh, it's probably like Mr. T maybe, the beard and the little top hat, or top hair kind of thing. I pity the fool. Charlie: I pity the shade? Sean: I pity the Shade Fool. I shade the fool. Charlie: Ain't got no time for the jibber-jabber. Ooh, The Free Lancer. This is one that I saw. Free Lancer, quick super villain sketch. It says, "[BEEP] you, pay me." Charlie: I love how obese he is. How what? Charlie: The big gut hanging out. Yeah, why...? Sean: If you're sitting around drawing all day, you'll probably be gaining the gut. Charlie: He's very dynamic for someone... And it's not a lance, it's a brush. Charlie: It's a lance brush. Sean: It's a lance brush. Sean: I mean, is he a villain? Why is he free? Charlie: He's had to lance for free. He wants to be paid. Sean: He wants to be paid. Oh, the free- That's what it is. He's free. He's saying, "Pay me." Sean: Yeah, you need to learn how to make invoices. "Proko's art challenge. The Core Shadow Villain." Charlie: I really like that one. Yeah, it's a cool sketch. "Huge thank-you to Proko for hosting the art challenge." You're welcome. Oh, and I commented, "Great job." Sean: "Oh, this was me." Oh!! No, yeah, I did see this one. I like it. Uh, Core Shadow, I didn't understand the meaning. It's just a cool villain-looking guy. I don't... Charlie: Doesn't the core look like an Evangelion Angel core? Sean: Oh, you're right. Oh, the core. HIS core. Sean: The core of his... is in shadow. Okay, okay. Sean: It's the creature's core... Sean: is in shadow. I will accept... your submission. For what it's worth. Cool, but I guess that's it. Do we just leave it, just cut it off? Charlie: Hard cut!



Early life and ancestors

He was born on June 18, 1837 in Pitcher, New York[1] the son of Jethro Hatch, Sr.[2] and Minerva Pierce, the daughter of Gordon Pierce and Thirza Smalley.[3] He was the grandson of Timothy Hatch, one of the Proprietors and Pioneers of Sherburne, New York. Timothy's wife was Ruth Welles,[4][5] the sister of Martha Welles, wife of the Rev. Blackleach Burritt, and a direct descendant of Gov.Thomas Welles, the Fourth Colonial Governor of Connecticut and the transcriber of the Fundamental Orders into the official colony records of Connecticut. He was also a cousin of Herschel H. Hatch, a politician and attorney from Michigan.

Hatch settled in Sugar Grove, Illinois in 1847 with his parents and four siblings, being pioneers of Kane County, Illinois.

Marriage and family

He married on May 26, 1881, in Kentland, Indiana, Sarah Melissa Shaeffer,[1] the daughter of Gilbert and Margaret Shaeffer of Lancaster, Ohio. They were the parents of two children:

Darwin Shaeffer Hatch, a graduate of Purdue University, and a writer and Editor in Chief of Motor Age Magazine, later purchased by the Walt Disney Company[6]

Hazel Margaret Hatch, a 1902 graduate of Ferry Hall School, Lake Forest, Illinois and a 1906 graduate of Indiana University. She married Claude Seymore Steele a graduate of Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois. He served as a Senator in the Indiana Senate, the upper house of the Indiana General Assembly.[7]

Education and career

He attended the common schools and graduated from Batavia Institute in Batavia, Illinois. He was graduated from Rush Medical College, Chicago, Illinois, in February 1860 and commenced practice at Kentland, Indiana, in July 1860. He was the first physician to locate in Kentland, Indiana in 1861 and practiced until 1862, when he was commissioned Assistant Surgeon of the 36th Illinois Volunteer Infantry Regiment, afterward promoted to be Surgeon, and continued until the close of the war, and was mustered out on October 8, 1865.

He served as a local health officer. He also served as secretary and later president of the pension examining board 1865-1907. He served as member of board of the hospital for the insane at Logansport, Indiana. He also served as a physician and surgeon for the Logansport division of the Pennsylvania Railroad for many years as well as for the Chicago and Cairo division of the New York Central Railroad from the time it was built until 1907.


Indiana State politics

He served as member of the Indiana House of Representatives from 1872 to 1873.

National politics

Hatch was elected as a Republican to the Fifty-fourth Congress (March 4, 1895 – March 3, 1897), serving Indiana's 10th congressional district. He was not a candidate for renomination in 1896. He returned to Kentland, Indiana, and resumed the practice of medicine.


He moved to Victoria, Texas, in 1907 and engaged in the real estate business. He died in Victoria, Texas on August 3, 1912 and was interred in Fair Lawn Cemetery, Kentland, Indiana.[8]


  1. ^ a b Lewis Publishing Company, pp. 663-664
  2. ^ Lake City Publishing Company, p. 294
  3. ^ Crane, p. 449
  4. ^ Raymond, M D., pp. 84-97
  5. ^ Raymond, Marcius D., p. 18
  6. ^ Obituary: "Darwin Shaeffer Hatch" New York Times. January 22, 1920.
  7. ^ Victoria Advocate, February 26, 1908 Miss HAZEL HATCH and CLAUDE SEYMORE STEELE were married at the home of the bride's parents, Dr. and Mrs. J.A. HATCH, in the northern suburbs of the city yesterday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock. Rev. JOHN B. HUDSON of the First Presbyterian Church officiated. The bride is a most beautiful and accomplished young lady and during her brief residence here has become quite popular. She is a graduate of Ferry Hall Seminary of Lake Forest, Ill., and of the Indiana State University. The groom is a graduate of the Northwestern University of Chicago, Ill. and a prominent young businessman of Carthage, Okla. The couple was schoolmates in Kenland, Ind., and friends from childhood. Mr. and Mrs. Steele left on the afternoon train for Galveston on their honeymoon. They will make their home in Carthage, Oklahoma.
  8. ^ Jethro A. Hatch at Find A Grave


  • Crane, Ellery Bicknell. Historic Homes and Institutions and Genealogical and Personal Memoirs of Worcester County, Massachusetts: With a History of Worcester Society of Antiquity. The Lewis Publishing Company, 1907.
  • Lake City Publishing Company. Portrait and biographical record of Kankakee County, Illinois: Containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens, together with biographies of all the governors of the state, and the presidents of the United States. Lake City Publishing Company, 1898
  • Lewis Publishing Company. Biographical History of Tippecanoe, White, Jasper, Newton, Benton, Warren and Pulaski Counties, Indiana. The Lewis Publishing Company, 1899
  • Raymond, M D. Souvenir of the Sherburne Centennial Celebration and Dedication of Monument to the Proprietors and Early Settlers, held on Wednesday, June 21, 1893. New York: M.D. Raymond, 1892.
  • Raymond, Marcius D. Sketch of Rev. Blackleach Burritt and related Stratford families : a paper read before the Fairfield County Historical Society, at Bridgeport, Conn., Friday evening, Feb. 19, 1892. Bridgeport : Fairfield County Historical Society 1892.

External links

  • United States Congress. "Jethro A. Hatch (id: H000337)". Biographical Directory of the United States Congress. Retrieved on 2009-05-12
U.S. House of Representatives
Preceded by
Thomas Hammond
Member of the U.S. House of Representatives
from Indiana's 10th congressional district

1895 – 1897
Succeeded by
Edgar D. Crumpacker

 This article incorporates public domain material from the Biographical Directory of the United States Congress website

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