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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 1800 AD or search for 1800 AD in all documents.

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im Cutter, containing one acre and a half and 22 rods, in 1804, shown in a plan by Peter Tufts, Jr., dated 1803, and makes a part of Fowle's lower millpond, and the lanes formerly leading to Ephraim Cutter's mill. Ammi Cutter left one Grist Mill, with a Bolt in the same, located on the ancient dam bought by him in 1768, which was assigned on the distribution of his estate, in 1795, as a part of the portion of his sixth son Ephraim Cutter, who built a new dam and mill below the old one, about 1800. On the distribution of Ephraim Cutter's estate at his death in 1841, the mill and privilege fell to the possession of his sons Benjamin and Samuel L. Cutter. In 1850 Benjamin Cutter, of Woburn, bought of his brother Samuel Locke Cutter, the undivided half of the mill and lands, which they had owned in common. The premises are now the property of Dr. Benjamin Cutter's son-in-law Samuel A. Fowle. In 1743, John Cutter, above, sold to John Cutter, Jr., land joining on the country road to L
Second Parish in Cambridge, being the Lord's Day immediately following the melancholy Intelligence of the Death of General George Washington, late President of the United States of America. Published by Request. By Thaddeus Fiske, A. M., Boston, 1800. Pp. 21. Rev. Thaddeus Fiske was one of the Cambridge School Committee in 1795.—Paige. 1796 Mention is made in the Precinct records of money subscribed for the purpose of purchasing a bass-viol. In the following year (1797) a suitable eir uncle Samuel Whittemore, of New York. Their factory was destroyed by fire in 1862. 11 1800 In 180Q the Second Parish in Cambridge contained 4,345 acres, 118 rods.—Holmes, quoted by Paige. There were two school-houses in this Parish in 1800.—Ibid. 1801 The money raised for charges of the Precinct, was four hundred dollars in 1801. It was voted this year to repair the posts and rails in the front of the meeting-house, and set out such trees as the standing committee thought p<
r the Juvenile Library, on condition that each family shall have the privilege of taking out books free. One hundred dollars were left for the same object by Dr. Wellington, which is invested as a permanent fund, the interest only being used each year. In 1860, the town liberally increased their appropriation to $100 annually for the purchase of books, on the same condition as before, that each family in town should have the right to use the library. The number of volumes in 1863 was about 1800. It was established as the Arlington Public Library in 1872. Zzz. 1836 The town voted that the selectmen be instructed to erect a suitable monument over the graves of the late William and Mary Cutter, the sum not to exceed fifty dollars, in addition to the sum appropriated for that purpose by the executor of the will of Mrs. Mary Cutter. The accompanying cut is a picture of the monument in the Old Burying Ground. The report of the standing committee of the West Cambridge Juvenile
1795, 1801, 1807. Samuel Butterfield, 1785, 1786. Jeduthun Wellington, 1786-90, 1794, 1796. Seth Wyman, 1786-90, 1794. George Prentice, 1787-90, 1799, 1800, 1803-05. Samuel Locke, 1791-93, 1795. Philip Whittemore, 1791. James Russell, 1792. Jonathan Perry, 1793. Benjamin Cutter, 1795, 1796, 1801, 1802. Capt. Stephen Frost, 1796, 1797. Daniel Reed, 1797-99. Seth Frost, 1797, 1798. Ebenezer Hall, 1798-1800. James Cutter, 1799—declined. Ebenezer Cutter, 1800. David Hill, 1801, 1802. John Estabrook, 1801. Jonathan Whittemore, 1802. Ichabod Fessenden, 1803, 1804. Daniel Reed, 1803-07. Jonas Peirce, 11800. David Hill, 1801, 1802. John Estabrook, 1801. Jonathan Whittemore, 1802. Ichabod Fessenden, 1803, 1804. Daniel Reed, 1803-07. Jonas Peirce, 1805-07. William Hill Jr., 1806. Precinct Collectors. John Winship, 1733. Ephraim Cook, 1734—fined for failing to serve. Jason Winship, 1734. William Cutter, 1735. Zechariah Hill, 1736. Joseph Bemis, 1737. David Dunster, 1738—fined for refusing to serve. John Fillebrown, 1738. William Butterfield, 1<
r Book, 158-9, 390; Wyman, 265. 33. Ebenezer, s. of Samuel (13), m. first Abigail Brown Bowman, 6 Dec. 1789, and both o. c. Pct. ch. 20 Sept. 1801. She d. 27 Feb. 1804, a. 35, and he m. second Anna Frost, 3 Feb. 1805. He was a Pct. assessor, 1800; Pct. collector, 1802. He d. 10 Dec. 1824, a. 58. Had Abigail, d. 17 Mar. 1796, a. 5 (g. s.); Eliza Bowman, bap. 20 Sept. 1801, m. Ezekiel Whittemore, 25 Nov. 1813; Ebenezer, bap. 20 Sept. 1801; Peter, d. 21 Jan. 1801, a. 4; Peter, bap. 3 Nov. 199; Abigail, bap. 24 May, 1801, m. Asa Frost, 17 Sept. 1820; a child, d. 6 Jan. 1804, a. 3 ds. Ebenezer the father d. 7 Jan. 1840, a. 77. His wife d. 6 May, 1833—see Cutter Book, 134, 386. He was Pct. treasurer, 1793-1807, and Pct. assessor, 1798-1800; collector for Mr. Fiske's settlement, 1788. 5. Thomas, prob. s. of Thomas (3), d. 18 May, 1823, a. 34. 6. William, prob. s. of Thomas (3), d. 15 Aug. 1828, a. 29. 7. Ebenezer, s. of Ebenezer (4), d. 20 Dec. 1826, a. 40. Had child, d. 21