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r, in 1790, sold to Stephen Cutter, miller, lands including the home-lot and Hill's lot, bounded south on Concord road, together with house and barn, saw and gristmills, and all other buildings on said land (Midd. Registry, CII. 176). In 1827 Mary Cutter, the widow of Stephen Cutter, granted land to the Baptist Society for the erection thereon of a meeting-house, with the privilege of using so much of the mill-pond as necessary for the ordinance of baptism. The old way to Cyrus Cutter's dam from the main road is mentioned in town records in 1836. Cyrus Cutter bought the premises on Feb. 26, 1836, of Eli Robbins, who had bought the same of Mrs. Mary Cutter on April 30, 1835, being described in the deed to Cyrus Cutter, as a certain mill-site, mill-privilege and water course, with land, &c. Another mill-privilege above these on the same stream was that which Thomas Cutter and others, co-heirs of Gershom Cutter, to the same Stephen Cutter, quitclaimed their interest in 1778; descri
rfield1711023121031010 Samuel Butterfield1731211424141103 Nehemiah Cutter1717036 John Cutter3414661123171293174 John Cutter, jr.1711104223092 Thomas Cutter172173844271711 Ammi Cutter51139911021710113166 Samuel Cutter343891055132155 Lt. Wm. Cutter1711656321981210 John Cutter, 3d171176422188128 Gershom Cutter344441827661119 Stephen Cutter1746510551310149 Nehemiah Cutter, jr.174211245 Thomas Cutter, jr.3411151311492192 Wd. Anna Cutter2491262173127 Wm. Cutter, jr.1717036 Wd. Mary Cutter30594399154 Caleb Carter1718131282104 Eph'm Cooke172163633196173 Abra'm Cooke1763133410 Aaron Cooke171113632146119 Rebecca Carter40273475193 Daniel Cutter174221133410 Charles Cutter174211245 Isaac Cutter1717036 Samuel Cutter, jr.1771811039811213 Wm. Cutler's Est.347163171101742112 Polls.Real.Personal.Total.Town Tax. Ishmael Cutler1717036 John Dickson1716042272101 Capt. Eph'm Frost5110841811475349 Samuel Frost51121001113161233124 Eph'm Frost, jr.1776101409710211 Capt
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 cuMrs. 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 Library, for 1863, contains the following particulars regarding its history:—--In the year 1835, Dr. Ebenezer Learned made a bequest of $100,. for the purpose of establishing a Juvenile Library for the fre gave three widows four dollars each: total, twelve dollars, annual income. The Poor Widows' Fund, amounting to two hundred dollars, was the donation of the widow Mary Cutter. The School Committee Report for 1866-67 contains the following: Perhaps full justice has scarcely been done to the donor of this noble gift to the school
frequently as preaching could be obtained, and the parish organization was continued until greater encouragement offered. Stephen Cutter, by will dated March 4, 1816, left a legacy to the Society of $5,000, to be paid at the death of his wife Mary Cutter. She generously relinquished nearly one-half, eighteen years before the time, and by her will, dated Sept. 2, 1834, added in land and money, save a few small legacies, her whole estate, all amounting to $11,375.24, including the present commoH. Teel, Eliza Frost, Sally Putnam, Lucy Tufts, Leonard Cox, Susanna Crosby, Bathsheba Brooks, Rachel Dickson, Hannah Estabrook, Daniel Crouch. 22. On Sept. 9, 1828, a new meeting-house was dedicated in the present locality on land given by Mary Cutter. The Sabbath School was organized Oct. 21, 1828. A new and more commodious church edifice was dedicated March 31, 1853. The house is of the Gothic style of architecture, and was erected at the cost of $15,000, including an organ and other a
b. 15 Sept. 1778; a child (Ephraim ), b. 1780; Isaac, a son, m. Mary Cutter of Charlestown, 15 Nov. 1804—Cutter (par. 49), and d. 12 Dec. 1. unm. 19 June, 1839, a. 36 (g. s.); Oliver, bap. 8 Sept. 1805; Mary Cutter, bap. 17 July, 1808, m. Abel Peirce; Eliza, bap. 28 July, 1811, fe of Capt. Ephraim, 20 Oct. 1805, a. 89, or 88 (g. s.). She was Mary Cutter, dau. of Dea. John —see Cutter (par. 3). Had Anna, b. 22, bap. Cutter (par. 3). Had Anna, b. 22, bap. 26 Oct. 1740, d. 20 Nov. 1740, a. 1 mo.; Ephraim, b. 29 Sept. bap., 3 Oct. 1742; Jonathan, b. 19 (?), bap. 16 Dec. 1744; Stephen, b. 18, bap. ge fee $3. See Wyman's Chas., 814. Benjamin, Jr., of Woburn, m. Mary Cutter, 16 Feb. 1783—fee 2 crowns. See Cutter (par. 12), and Wyman's Cutter (par. 12), and Wyman's Chas., 813. Jesse, and Submit Brown, of Woburn, m. 7 Dec. 1781. Elias, of Camb., and Mary Rand, of Charlestown, m. 15 May, 1788. See Wyman,orge Cutter, Jr., of Chas. this Pct., 21 Oct. 1736—fee a crown—see Cutter (par. 41); Joseph; Hannah, prob. Hannah Robbins, bap. at Notom
,128; men reported missing after battle of April 19, 77; minutemen 60,61, 56-60, 76, 99; Plain, action on, in Battle of April 19, 1775, 66-72; River, 2, 3, 5, 8-10, 16, 20, 83, 132; Row, 10 Methodist Society, 179 Middlesex Turnpike, 128, 136; Union Society, 110, 127 Militia, disposal of, after the Battle of April 19, 1775, 79 Mills Weare, 20 Ministerial privileges, 21 Ministry lot, 1, 19 Monument, commemorative of April 19, 1776, erected 1848, 70, 161, 162; to William and Mary Cutter, 141 Monumental tablets at Arlington, commemorative of April 19, 1776, 69,62, 68, 74, 76, 166 Mortality of the Precinct, 34, 43, 48, 123, 124 Mystic River, origin of name, 3; Street, altered, 155 Naming the several streets, 146 Narrative of the Provincial Congress concerning Battle of April 19, 1776, 64 Negroes, 36, 68, 160 New Almshouse, 1861, 162; Burying Ground, 143, 228; East District Schoolhouse, 162; lots next Menotomy, 1638, 6; School District, 142 Night ma
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, 299, 300, 303-05, 308, 310, 311, 312, 316, 317, 319, 320, 322-24, 326, 329, 331-36, 35 0, 351 Dailey, 342 Daland, 67