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ber of the family was expected to be present. His wife was an excellent manager, and remarkably so when the large family she reared is considered, with all the company she entertained, added to the fact that all the clothing was raised, wove and made up on the preinises, and the support of a colored family—for in those days slavery was tolerated, and at one time her husband owned seven or eight negroes—whose help was required to do all the work before machinery was invented.
Mr. Cutter died in Woodbridge after a few hours' illness, April 28, 1832, in his seventy-ninth year. Mrs. Cutter's illness was not much longer. She died Feb. 13, 1842, aged seventy-nine. They lie buried beside their parents and eight of their children, in the old burying-ground at Woodbridge. Both were conscious to the last, and ready for the Lord. Campyon and Frances (Moores) Cutter had issue: i. John Moores, accidentally killed by the upsetting of a cart,
July 31, 1793, “ aged 10 years and 6 mos." ii. Ann Campyon, m. Dr. Isaac Ludlow. Had issue :
i. CORNELIUS, m. a daughter of Capt. Boole, in New York. She survived
but a short time after marriage, and be went South and died in Mobile,
infant. iii. Joseph, was a farmer, and settled on a part of the old farm.
He m. Jane Clawson. She is yet living in Woodbridge. He
South as a merchant. He has several children.
m. William Demerest, 9 Dec. 1869.- Henry Van Dick.-Joseph Cutler.
— Matthias Paton.- George. iv. Agnes Brown,“ m. T. L. Jackson ; no issue. She was a mem
ber of the Presbyterian church, and died in 1867, aged 78. Her husband is still living (1870), æ. 83. He was for several years
an elder of Dr. Cox's church in New York. V. DANIEL Moores, never married. He was a merchant in New
York, doing business on corner Broadway and Warren Street
menced practice as soon as he was of age. When the last war broke out
which took part in Banks's expedition in Louisiana. “ Died at Brazure Cíty, on June 23d, Capt. John Shatzell Cutter, of the 176th Regiment N. Y. V., aged 25 years. Capt. "Cutter was a young lawyer of this city, of fine promise, and a gentleman of great personal worth. He fell while gallantly rallying his men for a third charge upon the enemy."-N. Y. Daily Paper.
His remains were brought home and deposited in Greenwood Cemetery. He was a member of the Presbyterian communion.
. EVELINE S., m. B. L. Sherman, of New York, in 1868. Issue :-Har
riet Paton, b. July 14, 1869. vii. HARRIET,6 m. David Edgar Paton, of Woodbridge, Dec. 6, 1813,
and removed a few years after to the city of New York, where Mr. Paton was made a deacon, and afterwards an elder of the Laight Street Church, under the ministry of the venerable Dr. Samuel Cox. Mr. Paton was very efficient and active in all the different objects for doing good, and lost his health in the discharge of his duty. He accompanied his Sunday School on a steamboat excursion to Staten Island, July 4, 1839. The boat was unduly crowded, and the promenade deck, unable to sustain so great a weight, gave way. In its fall Mr. P. was caught between it and the deck below, an accident which paralyzed his whole body, and from which he never entirely recovered. He died in New York, Sept. 13, 1864, æ. 81. “For twenty-five years laid aside from active duty, he bore his afflic. tion with Christian fortitude and resignation, looking for that blessed hope, and the glorious appearing of the great God and our Saviour Jesus Christ.”
Mrs. Paton is still living in New York. viii. Francis Campeon, m. Ann H. Freeman, daughter of Dr. Melanc
thon Freeman, of Woodbridge. He was an elder many years
years. Never married. iii. WILLIAM Francis," b. 1857. ix. Samuel, m. Harriet F. Cutter, March 21, 1829, daughter of
William W. and Ursula (Harriott) Cutter [Vide iv.$i, i]. He
was a farmer, living in the family homestead in Woodbridge, • and died Sept. 19, 1819, aged 51. Issue :
i. David Paton, b. 19 April, 1830 ; d. April 15, 1848.
en, Feb. 3, 1849. Issue :- Samuel, b. 26 June, 1851.-Cornelia, b. 3
1861.– William C., b. 12 Sept. 1862.-Ida, b. 20 June, 1865.-Alice H.,
b. 26 Nov. 1867; d. 19 Feb. 1868.–Nathan Robbins, b. 6 Sept. 1869. iii. CAMPYON, b. 2 Sept. 1833 ; m. Carrie Westervelt, in New York, June 7,
1859. Has been for several years with Carter & Brothers, Publishers, in New York, and for the last ten years the active clerk in the Mission
House, corner Read and Centre Streets, New York. iv. William BRITTON," b. 30 June, 1835; m. Addie Moore, in Woodbridge,
Feb. 1864, and has a daughter and son.
1861. He resides in the old homestead with his widowed mother. Has
a son Eugene.8 ri. FRANCIS JANE,? b. 26 March, 1839; m. Samuel Moore, of New York City,
Feb. 6, 1862. Have one child, and reside at Hastings, on the North
River. vii. JOHN CONDIT,7 b. 24 Feb. 1841; d. Aug. 2, 1842. viii. JOSEPH," b. 27 April, 1842. He enlisted in Co. F, 28th New Jersey
Reg't, in the spring of 1862, and was in the battle of Fredericksburg, under Burnside, Dec. 1862. Having crossed the river, his Captain, Inslee, saw him fighting manfully till the order to retreat was given, but
never saw him afterward. He lies in an unknown grave. X. AzEl Roe_called after Rev. Azel Roe, who preached in Wood
bridge fifty-five years, his first and last sermon—“was drowned
at Woodbridge, July 17, 1824, “in his 22d year.” 2. JOSEPH, died Nov. 17, 1763, “ aged 6 years.” 3. JOANNA," m. Frederic Tucker. Issue: i. Joseph, died s. p.-ii. CAMPYON.-iii. Ann CAMPYON, m. T. L.
Jackson. * Six children.-iv. BETSEY, is dead.-V. MARY. vi. JOANNA.-vii. ELLEN.-viii. Jane.-ix. DANIEL THOMAS, is dead.
4. John' d. Sept. 21, 1763, “ aged 1 year.”
• After his wife's death he m. Agnes Brown Cutter, dau. of Campyon (Vide iv. $3, 1).
[Vide III. $1, 5.]
an, died Nov. 1785 mithi) Abbotson, a
$1. DESCENDANTS OF RICHARD CUTTER. · RICHARD and Kezia (Pierce) CUTTER had issue: 1. Thomas, b. at Menotomy, 29 May, 1748; m. Betsey Sands, of
Beverly, Masz. He served in the American Navy during the
daughter of Benjamin and Ann (Smith) Abbott, of Iludson, b.
Hudson.-Timothy Edvin, b. 9 Aug. 1835.
1. Antoinetle, b. Dec. 1844; m. –
3. Rosanna, b, June, 1852. iii. BETSEY," b. 7 Dec. 1807 ; m. John Wyman, of Pelham, and Eliphalet
Senter, of Hudson. Seven children. iv. JANE ÁBBOTT,7 b. 9 Feb. 1810 ; d. Jan. 27, 1811. v. CHARLES,7 b. 12 April, 1811; m. May, 1837, Susan W., dau. of Phineas and Lois (Daggett) Harrington. He resides in Hudson. Issue:
1. Charles Henry, b. 19 Sept. 1842; d. 15 Jan. 1847.
Eliza Jane Holt, Feb. 12, 1860. Issue :
3. Mary Isabel,9 b. 3 June, 1867.
3. Georye Edwin, b. in Lowell, 3 May, 1846 ; d. July 27, 1848. vi. Mary Anx, b. 1 May, 1813; m. Nov. 23, 1835, William Merrill, of Hud
son, b. May 2. 1811. She d. in Illinois. Issue :-Sarah Ann, b. 11 Oct. 1836.– Franklin, b. 3 Feb. 1839.- Augusta, b. 2 Nov. 1843.-Susan, b.
17 Mar. 1817.-Mary A., b. 25 Oct. 1851. vii. CHARLOTTE Sawyer, b. in Cornish, N. H., 9 June, 1815; m. April 11,
1833, John F. Brown, of Hudson, now of 'Fisherville, N. H. Issue :-
terbury, N. H.; r. Concord.- Amanda H., b. 5 July, 1842; m. Charles W. Clark, of Concord.-John H., b. 9 Jan. 1845.-Martha A., b. 14
June, 1847.-Charlotte M., b. 29 Aug. 1850. ji. RICHARD,' b. 25 Nov. 1785; m. April 30, 1819, Sylvia, dau. of
Reuben and Sally (Williams) Martin, of Charlotte, Vt. He was a wheelwright by occupation, and very industrious. He left Hudson about 1807, and lived in Swanton, Vt., and Quebec, C. E. About 1809 he came to Charlotte, Vt., where he d. June 9, 1863. When young a severe sickness injured his constitution, and the last fourteen years of his life he was totally blind. He was a volunteer in the last war with Great Britain, and participated in the battle of Plattsburg, 1814. His issue : i. Sarah MARIA," b. 7 Jan. 1820 ; m. Aug. 20, 1844, Andrew Judson, of
Shelburne, Vt. Hed. Oct. 10, 1846. Mrs. Judson resides in Charlotte,
Vt. Issue :-A daughter, b. 24 Aug. 1845; d. 15 Sept. 1847. ii. ELIZABETH SAUNDERS,7 b. 14 July, 1821 ; m. June, 1847, Edwin L. Cad
well, of New Haven, Vt. He d. Dec. 22, 1862. Mrs. Cadwell resides in Troy, N. Y. Issue -Fred Horton, b. 18 April, 1848.-Eva, b. 13 May, 1851.- George Bradley, b. 18 March, 1853.- Sarah Judsun, b. 20 Nov.
1855. jii. Eliza BUTLER,? b. 17 Sept. 1822 ; d. Jan. 16, 1854. iv. John MARTIN, b. 28 Dec. 1823 ; m. Aug. 1855, Clarissa, dau. of Nirum
and Mary Bingham, of Westford, Vt. He has been a farmer and joiner
1. William Richard, b. 10 Oct. 1857.
6. Eva Sena, b. 16 Sept. 1869. V. Mary FarnSWORTH," b. July, 1825; m. Dec. 26, 1847, James Patter
son, of Shelburne, Vt. Issue :- Richard Arthur, b. 9 Nov. 1848; d. 8 Oct. 1865.- Etta, b. 8 July, 1853.-Katie, b. 29 Aug. 1861.-Josie, b.
Nov. 1862. vi. Emily Barlow, h. 27 Aug. 1826 ; m. Nov. 1848, Nelson Isham. They
reside in Lyons, Ionia Co., Mich. Issue:- Charles, b. 9 July, 1849. vii. MARTHA MARTENIA," b. 15 May, 1830; d. Jan. 21, 1868. iv. IIenry,' went to sea and was never heard from. v. Betsey, m. Hugh Smith, and d. at Hudson, s.p. He died
Jan. 17, 1865, æ. 83. vi. Kezia, b. 22 Sept. 1786 ; m. April, 1808, Samuel Kendall, of
Litchfield, N. II. She died in Chester, N. II., Jan. 4, 1869.
ELIZABETH, b. 26 Aug. 1811'; m. Amasa Pooler; r. Rutland, Vt.-iii.
N H.-xi. CAROLINE, b. 17 Oct. 1831; d. 2. a few hours. 2. RUHAMAH," b, at Menotomy, 6 March, 1750; m. Daniel Smith,
of Milford, N. H. She died 1829 (?). He died 1833 (?).