Browsing named entities in Benjamin Cutter, William R. Cutter, History of the town of Arlington, Massachusetts, ormerly the second precinct in Cambridge, or District of Menotomy, afterward the town of West Cambridge. 1635-1879 with a genealogical register of the inhabitants of the precinct.. You can also browse the collection for April 1st, 1723 AD or search for April 1st, 1723 AD in all documents.

Your search returned 2 results in 2 document sections:

s the mill-lane, once Capt. Cooke's, now known as Water street. William Cutter was the son of Richard Cutter, and the nephew of William Cutter mentioned in the first paragraphs of this chapter. The bargain for the above eight acres was made and possession given about one year now past—the sale being first made by said Jacob Hill before his death. It is interesting to state that the original deed is extant, as one of a parcel of old plans, deeds and will of William Cutter, who died here 1 April, 1723, in his 74th year, father of Richard, John, William, Samuel and Ammi Ruhamah Cutter, and four daughters of adult age. The mill-lane, and its relation to the Great Road to Boston, are shown in a plan of William Cutter's lands made about 1725. 1695. The highway to Cooke's mill, by Cutter's, was in litigation —specified as from Concord Road to Capt. Cooke's Mill, now in possession of William Cutter.—County Court Records. The Road from Cutter's Mill to Watertown is named in the Propriet<
90. Maiden name Rebecca Rolfe, and William Cutter's widow and widow of Dea. John Whitmore of Medford. She was b. at Newbury 9 Feb. 1662, dau. of John and Mary (Scullard) Rolfe. Her father, John Rolfe, of Cambridge, originally from Newbury, came hither about 1670, from Nantucket Island. She and husband William Cutter were admitted to membership of Cambridge church 28 July, 1700. By Cutter she had ten children, nine of whom attained maturity and gave birth to a numerous progeny. He d. 1 Apr. 1723, aet. 74, and she m. on 3 June, 1724, her second husband Whitmore, who d. 22 Feb. 1739-40, a. 84. She gave six pounds toward procuring utensils for the communion table of the Pct. ch. at organization, 1739. Those constituting her gift are inscribed, The gift of Rebeckah Whitmore to the 2d Church of Christ in Cambridge, 1739. See Cutter Book, 21, 25, 411, &c. 2. Stephen, 3d, of Medford, m. Mary Whittemore of Camb., 14 July, 1763—fee two dollars. He was son of Francis, s. of John, s.