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lume. The State Records preserve the action of the Council on a Petition of Cambridge Northwest Inhabitants, under date of June 30, 1732, namely a petition of James Cutler and others, a committee for the inhabitants of the Northwest Part of the town of Cambridge,—showing that on their application to said town to be set off a sepaCambridge with a copy of this petition, that they show cause at a time stated why the prayer thereof should not be granted. On Nov. 3, 1732, the petition of James Cutler and others, in behalf of the inhabitants of the Northwest Part of Cambridge, praying as entered June 30, 1732, being in Council read again, together with the athheld its consent, on the ground that near one-half of said inhabitants had not signed the petition. The request was renewed in 1728. A second petition of James Cutler and others, a committee for the Northwest inhabitants of Cambridge, praying they be set off a separate and distinct precinct, by such boundaries as are set for
ithful discharge of the duties of that office. Joseph Adams, Henry Dunster, James Cutler, Ephraim Frost, and Jonathan Butterfield, Jr., were chosen a committee to aseeting of the freeholders and inhabitants, on Mar. 5, 1732-3, Henry Dunster, James Cutler, Ephraim Frost, Joseph Adams and Jonathan Butterfield, Jr., were chosen the o to have a suitable belfry. A building committee of five was chosen, viz., James Cutler, John Cutter, Ephraim Frost, Henry Dunster and Jonathan Butterfield, Jr. At Rev. John Whiting, John Cutter, Henry Dunster, Jason Russell, Ephraim Frost, James Cutler, Joseph Adams, Jonathan Butterfield, Joseph Winship, Rev. Nathaniel Appleton Elisabethwife ofFrancis Locke Elisabethwife ofWalter Russell Alicewife ofJames Cutler Elisabethwife ofJohn Swan Lydiawife ofJohn Cutter Rachelwife ofJoseph Ada Sarahwife ofThomas Williams Sarahwife ofMoses Harrington Abigailwife ofJames Cutler, jr. Marywife ofEph'm Frost, jr. Marydaughter ofEben'r Swan Elisabethwife o
t-mill (late Cyrus Cutter's). A lawsuit made the Turnpike company throw up that course, and take another at the Foot of the Rocks, near Lexington.—J. B. Russell. In 1809 Stephen Cutter, John Tufts, Ephraim Cooke, Israel Blackington's heirs, James Cutler, Aaron Cutter and Nathaniel Hill contested in court the Turnpike enterprise. The first location of the road was through the property of the above persons to a point in the great road, near the corner of John Frost's blacksmith shop in West Caorporation was prepared and presented in the same month, which, in the House Document No. 48, was passed under the title of the Lexington and West Cambridge Branch Rail Road. Under the Act the first meeting of the new corporation took place at Cutler's tavern in Lexington, April 14, 1845. Larkin Turner was chosen President, and W. W. Warren, Secretary. The act of incorporation was accepted, and a committee of nine was chosen to cause books of subscription to be opened, first of May, 1845, t
VI. list of public officers. Officers of the Northwest Precinct in Cambridge, 1732-1807. Prudential Committee-men. Henry Dunster, 1733, 1734. James Cutler, 1733, 1736, 1737, 1739, 1740, 1750-62. Ephraim Frost, 1733, 1734, 1738, 1741, 1749. Joseph Adams, 1733-35, 1739-41, 1753. Jonathan Butterfield, Jr., 17Jonathan Butterfield, Jr., 1733, 1734, 1736, 1739, 1747-49. John Butterfield, 1735, 1743-45. Gershom Cutter, Jr., 1735. Thomas Hall, 1735, 1752-55. James Cutler, 1736, 1737, 1739, 1740, 1750-52. John Cutter, 1737, 1741, 1743-45. Samuel Cutter, 1737. Samuel Whittemore, 1737 (in place of Samuel Cutter, dec'd), 1unster, 1738—fined for refusing to serve. John Fillebrown, 1738. William Butterfield, 1738. Moses Harrington, 1739. Walter Russell, Jr., 1740. James Cutler, Jr., 1741. Joseph Belknap, 1742—fined. William Robbins, 1742. Samuel Swan, 1743. George Cutter, 1744. William Withington, 1745. William Winship
. 1802, a. 24. Cushing, dau. of Thomas P., d. 11 Aug. 1839, a. 10 weeks. Cutler, Alice, wife of James, and Abigail, wife of James, Jr., were adm. to the Pct. c a. 67. Alice, their dau., m. Ephraim Jones, Jr., of Concord, 36 Nov. 1752. James Cutler was a prominent petitioner for the establishment of the Precinct-see Historybenezer Cutter. By this marriage he had James, b. 12, bap. 15 May, 1774; James Cutler, born May 12, 1774, married Abigail, daughter of Major Benjamin Russell. He was of the firm of Russell & Cutler, who published the Boston Gazette for many years.—J. B. R. Rebecca, b. Jan., bap. 19 Jan. 1777, d. 6 Aug. 1778, a. 20 mos.; Rebec this Pct. 27 Nov. 1740. See Wyman, 765. Pool, Scipio, of Medford, m. Rose Cutler of Camb., 1 Sept. 1768. They were slaves. (For Scipio, see Hist. Medf. 438.)Had Rebecca Cutler, bap. 16 June, 1799, m. Philip B. Fessenden 31 Aug. 1820; James Cutler, bap. 30 Nov. 1800, d. 14 Apr. 1827, a. 27; Eliza, bap. 5 Sept. 1802, m. Abn
Covell, 348 Cowdry, 209, 286 Cowell, 209, 326 Cowing, 342 Cox, 53, 58, 165, 176, 209, 210, 234, 293, 313 Cradock, 6 Craft or Crafts, 210, 240, 248 Crane, 172, 173, 346 Crass, 348 Creamer, 345 Crockett, 201, 210 Cromwell, 7 Croome, 210 Crosby, 106,114,140,171-73, 176, 198, 206, 210, 220, 246, 249, 260, 288, 294, 345 Crouch, 176 Crowninshield, 134 Cummings, 210, 260, 339 Cunningham, 344 Curtis, 210 Cushing, 107, 124, 164, 210, 344 Cutler, 1, 2, 21, 22, 23,27, 28, 41, 59, 95, 96, 128, 145, 167-69, 197, 211, 212, 217, 225, 253,254, 266, 284, 311, 317 Cutter, 6, 6, 8, 10-24, 27, 28, 30-32, 37, 39, 49, 68, 61, 64, 69, 74, 76, 83, 92-96, 104-08,110-12, 114, 118-21, 123, 128, 131, 136, 137-42, 158, 162, 165, 166-69, 171, 173, 174, 176, 177, 183, 184-86, 188, 190, 193-95, 197-99, 201, 203, 206, 210,211, 212-25, 231-33, 236, 237-39, 243-46, 248, 250, 262-55, 257, 258, 261, 263, 265, 267, 269,270-72, 276-80, 284, 286-92, 295-97, 2