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ts 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 bly about 1685 (Paige, 694). Samuel Bull was a party to the litigation of 1695. In the plan of 1725 the millstream from the present Fowle's Mills to its outlet in Mystic Pond is shown under the namg to the other three sons each an equal quarter. Confirmed by deeds of the sons to each other in 1725. Ammi Ruhamah Cutter, another son of William, made surveys and plans of his father's lands, about 1725, one showing the location of the Mill-Pond, Dam and Yard, and the lands adjoining divided among the sons; also of upland and meadow lying in the bounds of Charlestown, in a place called Menotent milldam, yard and pond, containing two and one half acres, shown in plan of the date of about 1725, being John's estate of inheritance in fee simple, and also the old mill-privilege originally bel
inship. Mar. 4, 1733-4, the standing committee were authorized to provide preaching. A Mr. Smith was preaching here in 1734; possibly Rev. William Smith, H. U. 1725, who inherited a farm in this vicinity, and who was settled pastor of the First Church in Weymouth, 1734. His estate in this neighborhood was taxed in 1727 and 17respect to settling a minister, on Feb. 21, 1737-8, Mr. Daniel Rogers was chosen minister. The result was unsuccessful. Rev. Daniel Rogers, of Littleton (H. U. 1725), is named in the Proprietors' Records of Cambridge, in 1767. Hence early in the following year, Wednesday, Mar. 21, 1738-9, was set apart for a day of fast, ah Mr. Ammi R. Cutter. This was the noted Ammi R. Cutter, youngest brother of Dea. John Cutter, baptized at Cambridge, May 6, 1705, a graduate of Harvard College 1725, first settled minister of North Yarmouth (in Maine) 1730 to 1735, afterward a physician and keeper of a trading-house for the Indians, and captain in the Massachu
ears, and was one of the members first elected. He was constable in 1725; assessor, 1721, 1724, 1727, 1728, 1736, 1741; selectman, 1728, 173663, 264. 6. Ammi Ruhamah, brother of John (3), grad. Harv. Coll. 1725, and as Sir Cutter was adm. Camb. ch. 26 Nov. 1727, was ordained mi plans by him of his father's lands in Menotomy, made about the year 1725. Rev. Samuel Cooke, in Camb. Second Prect., records that on the everen, were adm. Camb. ch. 3 Dec. 1738. He was a selectman of Camb. 1725, 1727, 1730, 1735, and one of the Precinct committee five years betwan, 508, 512 (Nos. 27, 28, 29), 881. Simon Holden was a Sergeant in 1725. See Paige, 404, note; and Cutter Fam. of N. E., p. 28. 2. Henrn the said estate is mentioned in Cutter deeds of the years 1768 and 1725, and as early as 1686. Robert Wilson, the family ancestor, on 27 Oc Seth Wyman of Woburn, the Ensign distinguished in Lovewell's Fight, 1725; see Sewall's Hist. Wob., p. 207, 208, &c.] He was born 5 Nov. 1715