Anne rhymes with can, man
Hutch rhymes with much, such, touch
the 's' in 'son' is soft, like the first letter of 'soft'
the 'o' in 'son' is a schwa, so the syllable would look like this: s'n
The stress in Hutchinson is on the first syllable
The 'a' in the first syllable sounds like the 'a' in 'France'
the 'cis' sounds like the first syllable of 'sister'
Quarles sounds like this: kworls; and rhymes with 'falls'
wither sounds like the word 'with' followed by a schwa, in other words, the 'er' is pronounced like the 'a' in about.
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