Adeline Lawrence Hutter


Adeline "Ada" Lawrence Hutter was born at Sandusky November 8, 1846. She was 17 years old and living at Sandusky with her parents, George Christian and Harriet Hutter, during the Civil War and the Battle of Lynchburg. It is because of the diary she kept during the war that we know details of how the war affected Sandusky and the Hutter family.

She married Leroy William Long, Attorney-at-Law who served with the rank of Major in the Confederate Army through the Civil War. 


At right a photo of Ada in the early 1900s.


Visit the digital history project, "Lynchburg in the Civil War" to learn more about Ada Hutter and her life during the Civil War or to explore some of her Civil War diary.

Historic Sandusky 

757 Sandusky Drive

Lynchburg Virginia, 24502

Phone: 1- (434) - 832 - 0162


Historic Sandusky is currently closed due to the pandemic. Visitors can walk the grounds and take a self-guided tour using our new self-guided tour brochure available on the wall of the visitor center.


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