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he dam, and extending to the Woburn road, of his cousin Samuel Cutter, in 1778, afterward Ammi's son's, Benjamin Cutter's, of Charlestown, who sold a part to Ephraim 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 lanme, 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 fellEphraim 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, abo
, at nine o'clock that morning, through Roxbury, and over the Great Bridge to Cambridge, and thence through Menotomy by the great road to Concord to support the first detachment. One who saw the passing column on the road at Menotomy, Deacon Ephraim Cutter, born 1767, died 1841. and heard the measured tread of the veteran and disciplined regulars, said their burnished arms and bright bayonets, glittering in the sunlight, looked like a flowing river. A little girl, named Nabby Blackington, 141.00 Jason Belknap81141.00 Samuel Butterfield20191.00 Samuel & Jona. Butterfield12227.00 Samuel & Jona. Butterfield60138.00 Eben Cutter, Hall & Tufts23165.65 William Cutter15205.00 Nehemiah Cutter72133.00 Mehitable Cutter68147.00 Ephraim Cutter60192.00 Joseph Cutter4785.00 Abigail Convers4670.00 Caleb Cole18204.00 Ebenezer Cutter35170.00 William Dickson74121.00 Moses Cutter36174.95 Wm. Dodd, executor to estate of Sally Mackie944.10 Aaron Dickson92106.00 John Davenport17209.
les Gardner chosen Deacon. After the death of Dea. John Adams, Ephraim Cutter assisted Dea. Frost in his duties, and, at some time not record Adams, chosen 1769; Ephraim Frost and John Adams, chosen 1792; Ephraim Cutter, chosen before 1828; Miles Gardner, chosen 1828. To his time, songs and toasts. Of the latter, I remember but one, given by Ephraim Cutter, referring to the Federalists on President Madison: Bark at, by his substitute16 33 John Prentiss, 3 months do. do.21 00 Ephraim Cutter, Jun., do. do. (agreeably to a vote of the town)21 00 T. Russground, now occupied by Nathan Robbins, Esq. The house of Dea. Ephraim Cutter and Col. Thomas Russell's store to the right, both of which are still standing. In the distance, beyond Dea. Cutter's, is seen John Frost's blacksmith shop. To the left, in the distance beyond the buryinWyman, 1822; Jonathan M. Dexter, 1823; Joshua Avery, 1823-1826; Ephraim Cutter, 1823; James Hill, 1823, 1826; Isaac Locke, 1823; Benjamin Lock
st survivor of the family. On 27 Apr. 1839, Clarissa Chadwick, single woman, purchased of Ephraim Cutter, miller, the right to deposit in his family tomb in the burial ground of the First Congregatconveyance, never recorded, was voluntarily surrendered to Benjamin Cutter, administrator of Ephraim Cutter's estate, the bodies severally deposited in said tomb having been removed to another built bDeacon Ephraim d. 31 Mar. 1841, a. 73 (g. s.). After the death of Dea. John Adams [in 1819], Ephraim Cutter assisted Dea. Frost in his duties, and, at some time not recorded, was chosen deacon and ser Other chil. have resided here. Philip B. the father leased the mill formerly belonging to Ephraim Cutter (par. 24), 1 Apr. 1843; this lease was continued by P. B. Fessenden & Co., 1850; Fessenden,. of Samuel (2), m. Margaret Adams, 16 May, 1771. Had Deborah, b. 10, bap. 15 Mar. 1772, m. Ephraim Cutter, 13 Mar. 1791 (par. 24); Samuel, b. 12, bap. 15 Mar. 1773; Nathan, b. 4, bap. 7 Aug. 1774;