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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. Fowlebrother 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 Lexington, William Russell's land being west, the land extending east on said road sixty rods, and the northeasterly corner of the land being at foot of hill near an old dam. On the distribution of the elder John Cutter's estate, in 1776, the half of an old sawmill was set off to the above John Cutter, Jr., eldest son of the said John, deceased. The second John Cutter, in 1790, sold to Stephen Cutte
ry Prayer, Rev. Mr. Austin; Sermon, Rev. Mr. Francis; Ordaining Prayer, Rev. Dr. Gray; Charge, Rev. Dr. Pierce; Right Hand of Fellowship, Rev. Mr. Ripley; Address to the People, Rev. Mr. Briggs; Concluding Prayer, Rev. Mr. Stetson. Dr. Gray moderator, and Mr. Gannett scribe of the Council. Mr. Hedge kept no records during his ministry. Added to the church during Mr. Hedge's ministry: Mrs. Sally Locke, wife of Amos Locke. Miss Harriet Eddy. Mr. Emerson Parks and his wife. Mr. Samuel L. Cutter and his wife. Mrs. Russell, wife of Walter Russell. On Wednesday, May 21, 1879, the fiftieth anniversary of the settlement of Dr. Frederic H. Hedge, who on the 20th of May, 1829, entered upon his first pastorate, was celebrated by the First Congregational Parish. He was the first Unitarian minister settled over the society, and the anniversary celebration was made notable by his presence. The exercises of the evening began with an organ voluntary, and an anthem by male voices.
d for his faithful services as one of the school committee, in 1834. Rev. F. H. Hedge, 1830, 1832, 1833. James Nason, 1830, 1832 (vacant by removal from town). James Brown, 1831. Isaac Locke, 1832 (resigned). George A. Locke, 1833, 1834, 1849. David Dodge. 1834-38 (excused), 1842 (excused). Rev. David Damon, 1836-38. Henry Whittemore, Esq., 1837, 1838, 1847, 1848. William Hill, 2d, 1837, 1838. Philip B. Fessenden, 1838. William W. Wellington, 1838 (excused). Samuel L. Cutter, 1838. Rev. Timothy C. Tingley, 1839-41. William Locke, 2d, 1839 (excused). John Fowle, 1839, 1840. Abner Peirce, 1839. Mansur W. Marsh, 1839-41, 1848, 1850. Nathan Robbins, 1840. Rev. J. C. Waldo, 1842 (excused), 1846, 1847. Luke Wyman, 1842, 1843. Joseph Hill, 1842-44. Josiah H. Russell, 1842, 1844. Moses Proctor, 1842, 1843, 1858-60. George C. Russell, 1842, 1847. George Holden, 1843. Ebenezer P. Peirce, 1843-45, 1847. Rev. William Ware, 1844, 1845.