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f 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 Menotomy Fields, abutting on the Road to Charlestown and Menotomy River, and divided among the sons. Richard Cutter sold his fourth of the cornmill and sawmill to John in 1731, and Samuel sold his fourth of the cornmill and sawmill to William in 1732. John Cutter, on March 3, 1768, sold to Jonathan Cutter, only heir of the last William, one half of the ancient 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 belonging to Colonel George Cooke. Jonathan Cutter, on March 25, 1768, sold to Ammi Cutter the same premises, being described as one certain ancient milldam, pond and yard, containing by estimation two acres and a half