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[225] L.; Evelina, m. N. T. Stone; Emma Maria, m. Jonathan Stone; Lucy; Eliza; Nehemiah H.

68. Asa, s. of Nehemiah (44), resided in Camb.; had a son, buried here 25 May, 1837. See Cutter Book, 252.

69. Thomas, s. of Thomas (47), had s. Oliver Thomas, bap. 7 June, 1818. Thomas the father d. 23 May, 1818, a. 37.

70. Saunders, s. of Thomas (47), m. Clarissa Flint; he d. in 1822; widow m. Daniel Hunt in 1825.

71. Charles, s. of Charles (48), had dau. Eliza B., who m. Elbridge G. Locke, of Woburn, 15 May, 1832, W. Camb.

72. Gershom, s. of Aaron (62), had son d. 15 Sept. 1835, a. 5 mos.; and three others—a son and two daus.—resided here.

73. Jefferson, s. of Aaron (62), m. Sarah E. Thorpe, and had son George H., and two daus.

74. Jonathan, of Lexington, had dau. Elizabeth, bap. here 27 Jan. 1754. See Cutter Book, 82, 381.

75. Daniel, of Medford, m. Patience Hall of Camb. 18 Nov. 1756, dau. of Dea. Thomas Hall. Had Ebenezer, resided Newburyport; Patience; Sarah, m. John Tay of Woburn; Daniel, resided in Medford; Abraham; Isaac, d. here at Dea. Hall's, 23 Feb. 1773, a. 5 yrs.; Thomas Hall; Jacob, b. here 23 May, bap. 5 June, 1774, resided in Newburyport; Isaac, b. here 12, bap. 16 Feb. 1777, d. here 28 June, 1778, a. 17 mos.; Moses, b. here 16, bap. 24 Dec. 1780; Timothy, resided in Newburyport. Daniel the father, then of Charlestown, was a member of Locke's company of Menotomy minute-men, 1775. His funeral was at Medford, 23 Mar. 1804, a. 71. His wid. Patience d. in Newburyport, 19 Oct. 1816, a. 80. See Cutter Book, 90, 262-65, 347, 373, 382, 396; Wyman, 270.

76. Moses, s. of Daniel (75), had child, d. 1 Oct. 1817, a. 2, and wife Elizabeth, d. 7 May, 1820, a. 37. He d. here 4 May, 1869, a. 89 (g. s.). Thomas, his son, d. here 20 Dec. 1871, a. 61.

77. Nathaniel, of Woburn, m. Mary Locke, 20 Nov. 1777. Rachel, of Woburn, niece of Nathaniel (77), m. William Dickson, 15 May, 1792. See Cutter Book, 91, 267, 397. Mehitable, d. 28 May, 1797, a. 20 yrs. (Cutler?). Samuel had child, d. 28 July, 1815, a. 2. Child from wid. E. Cutter's family, d. in 1825, a. 4 mos. Benjamin F., son of John, s. of Richard (10), m. Esther Russell, 29 Apr. 1828; she d. here 3 Mar. 1830, a. 22 (g. s.). See Cutter Book, 120, 352.1

D———, nurse infant from D., Medford, d. here 24 Nov. 1782.

1 Cutters in Capt. William Adams's company, Col. Thatcher's regiment, ‘which marched at the request of Gen. Washington at taking possession of the Heights of Dorchester,’ 4 Mar. 1776: William, sergeant (par. 43); Thomas, sergeant (par. 47); Thomas, private (par. 36); Daniel, do. (par. 76); John, Jr., do. (par. 19); Ammi, Jr., do. (par. 20); Stephen, do. (par. 40); Gershom, 3d, do. (par. 61). The Cutter family has been by far the largest represented on the local records. For succinct genealogies of this family see Paige, Mist. of Cambridge, 621-626; Wyman, Charlestown Genealogies and Estates, 260-271.

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