Derby, Robert, and Eliza Cutter, m. 12 Mar. 1818. Derby m. second, her sister Hannah Cutter, and third, Eleanor Warren. He was a tailor and rem. from Salem to Camb. and thence to Stow. See Cutter (par. 31), and Cutter Book, 157-58; Coll. Essex Institute, III. 206. Dexter, Jonathan M., and w. Betsey, from ch. in Billerica, adm. here——1815. Had Henry, bap. 21 Mar. 1813; Abba Maria Wellington, bap. 21 Apr. 1816, d. 5 July, 1819, a. 3; Abba Maria Wellington, bap. 15 Apr. 1821. 2. Mary B. m. Peter Edwards, 17 Jan. 1813. Diar, or Dier, Sarah [b. 23 Jan. 1771], from infancy with Seth Russell—bap. 26 May, 1776, et. 4. Dickson, William, and w. Ruth were adm. to Pct. ch. at organization, 9 Sept. 1739. William d. of old age 15 Jan. 1768, a. 94. His wid. Ruth d. 12 June, 1776 (a. 73—Paige ). She was Ruth
Don Juan Stoughton, her second husband, was Spanish Consul to the New England States in 1810, per document in Spanish with his signature belonging to Mr. Russell. Mr. Russell writes:— ‘When a boy of eight, I was present at the opening of Mr. Cooke's tomb on some occasion. Several men were present, looking at the row of coffins. I well recollect old Mr. Gershom Swan's pointing out “which was which,” and said of one, “that contains the body of the Duellist! ” I thought nothing particularly about it at the time, but have since often wondered what duellist could have been buried there.’ Mr. R. further says, ‘as to the duellist, it is possible, though not probable, that De Neufville may have been one in his day, and was referred to.’ De Neufville evidently was first interred in the tomb of the Cookes, and removed after the tomb of his connections, ‘Stoughton and R. I. Linzee, A. D. 1812,’ was built, and where his gravestone now stands. De Neufville's name was pronounced here Dunnewill. ]
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