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&c. (Midd. Registry, CXXV. 27, 28). This property was sold by Ichabod Fessenden to John Perry and Stephen Locke, millers, in 1809, with all buildings, the gristmill and privileges, dams, flooms, mill-ponds, &c. (Midd. Reg. CLXXXII. 256, &c.). The privilege is now the property of Charles Schwamb. Gershom Cutter, who died in 1807, probably erected a mill on the privilege next east of this, and nearly opposite the old upper schoolhouse, for turning and grinding edgetools, where his son Aaron Cutter had a mill previous to 1817. The privilege is now the property of Theodore Schwamb. In 1805 Abner Stearns, of Billerica, bought land here of Ephraim Cooke, victualler, which Stearns, in 1808, sold to John Tufts, with a wool-factory thereon and machinery, and established himself on the site since Schouler's. Tufts sold these premises to Ezra Trull, of Boston, in 1817, with a mill thereon, and a raceway through land of heirs of Edward Blackington. He also conveyed to Trull, at same ti
the directors and landholders, where the said turnpike may be laid for the public convenience and least damage to private property. The Middlesex Turnpike ran an embankment, or road, through the pond of Stephen Cutter's saw and grist-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 Cambridge. By act of the legislature on March 6, 1810, the course of the road was altered to a point in the great road near the Foot of the Rocks. 1810 Feb. 7, 1810, the town's representative was instructed to use all his endeavors, that the Middlesex Turnpi
1737. David Dunster, 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, Jr., 1746. Francis Locke, 1747. Timothy Swan, 1748. Joseph Frost, 1749—fined for not serving. Samuel Frost, 1749 (1771—fined). Aaron Cutter, 1760 Joseph Russell, 1761. Richard Cutter, 1752. William Adams, 1753. Jason Dunster, 1754. Walter Dickson, 1755. Thomas Cutter, 1756. Samuel Locke, 1757. Jonathan Cutter, 1758. Patten Russell, 1759. Samuel Russell, 1760. John Swan, 1761. Jason Winship, Jr., 1762—dismissed; again chosen, 1766. Seth Russell, 1762, 1777, 1778. Benjamin Locke, 1763. Thomas Reed, 1764. Ephraim Cook, 1765. Samuel Swan, 1767—dismissed. Ebenezer Prentice
th m. Francis Whitmore 3d, of Medford, 30 Dec. 1764. Abigail m. Aaron Cutter, 17 Dec. 1772—prob. dau. of Ebenezer (3)—see Bond, 690. Cutter Cutter (par. 46). Boyd, James, and w. Martha o. c. 31 Mar. 1754, and had baptized, Martha, 31 Mar. 1754; Elizabeth, 6 June, 1756; John, 25 Feb. 175mb. m. 3 Dec. 1767. Prob. s. of John Brooks of Woburn and Hannah (Cutter) Brooks, dau. of Dea. John Cutter—see Cutter Book, 45, and Cutter (n, m. Abigail Cutter, 24 Dec. 1776—fee 12s. 8d. She was widow of Aaron Cutter. See cut-Ter (par. 46); Wyman, 419. 3. John, prob. s. of S Mrs.———, at Joseph Robbins's—d. 9 Sept. 1751, a. 70. Mary, m. Aaron Cutter, 1 Apr. 1745—Cutter (par. 17). Abigail, m. Henry Dunster, Jr., v. 1835, a. 16. He m. Sally Patterson, 25 Apr. 1806. Polly, m. Aaron Cutter, 23 Aug. 1796; she of Medford, he of Camb. See Cutter (par 62).Cutter (par 62). John Putnam came from Buckinghamshire, Eng., in 1634, and settled in Salem, Mass. Sons Nathaniel, Thomas and John came with h