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owned as a card maker, and inventor of a machine for that purpose. He d. 27 Mar. 1828; his w. Helen d. 15 Oct. 1829. 30. William, s. of Thomas (20), m. Elizabeth, dau. of Nehemiah Cutter, 2 Nov. 1783, and had Elizabeth, Hannah, Sarah, William, Caroline; the foregoing d. unm. James Madison, m. twice, a physician, d. in Brighton 7 Dec. 1863, aged 68; Thomas Jefferson, m. and removed to New York; Mary Ann, m. Henry S. Low of Boston, is deceased; John Hancock, name changed to William, m. Lucinda King of Charleston, S. C., served in the Mexican War, and d. in Oregon about 1850-51. (Cutter Family, p. 250.) William the f. res. in Menotomy, and was largely engaged in the manufacture of cards and in merchandise. He was Selectman of Cambridge 1803-1805, Representative, 1804-1806, Senator, 1820, 1821. He d. 2 Nov. 1842, a. 81. 31. Samuel, s. of Thomas (20), was a merchant in New York, and President of the Greenwich Bank. He d. 22 June 1835, aged 61. 32. Samuel, s. of Samuel (24),
owned as a card maker, and inventor of a machine for that purpose. He d. 27 Mar. 1828; his w. Helen d. 15 Oct. 1829. 30. William, s. of Thomas (20), m. Elizabeth, dau. of Nehemiah Cutter, 2 Nov. 1783, and had Elizabeth, Hannah, Sarah, William, Caroline; the foregoing d. unm. James Madison, m. twice, a physician, d. in Brighton 7 Dec. 1863, aged 68; Thomas Jefferson, m. and removed to New York; Mary Ann, m. Henry S. Low of Boston, is deceased; John Hancock, name changed to William, m. Lucinda King of Charleston, S. C., served in the Mexican War, and d. in Oregon about 1850-51. (Cutter Family, p. 250.) William the f. res. in Menotomy, and was largely engaged in the manufacture of cards and in merchandise. He was Selectman of Cambridge 1803-1805, Representative, 1804-1806, Senator, 1820, 1821. He d. 2 Nov. 1842, a. 81. 31. Samuel, s. of Thomas (20), was a merchant in New York, and President of the Greenwich Bank. He d. 22 June 1835, aged 61. 32. Samuel, s. of Samuel (24),