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Sept. 1762. Rose m. Scipio Pool of Medford, 1 Sept. 1768—fee $1. Rose, servant of William, d. 29 Aug. 1769, a. 48. Tobey, black slave of William, d. 16 Apr. 1774. Ishmael, rated in Menotomy in 1781, was probably a servant of William. Dinah and Ishmael are named in an article on the doings of the Cutler family at the time of the passage of the British troops through Menotomy, April 19, 1775, published in Arlington Advocate for May 1, 1875. William, funeral 22 Aug. 1775. Silas m. Sarah Gray, 3 June, 1827. William Cutler was lieut. of Menotomy trainband in 1766. Ishmael and Prince Cutler were soldiers in the Revolutionary army. Cutler's Tavern, afterward Tufts's Tavern, is still standing. Cutter. This very numerous family has been more fully treated by the author in his History of the Cutter Family of New England, and the briefest outline only is here given. Gershom (s. of Richard, emigrant from England), d. 2 Apr. 1738, a. 85 yrs. (g. s.). Impressed for service in