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i. ELLIOTT, b. 12 Jan. 1801 ; m. Mary Rollins, 11 Feb. 1823; r.

Dublin. Issue:-Joseph Willard, b. 23 April, 1824 ; m. Rachel B. Cavender, Lydia R. Gowing, and Mary, widow of Zarman Gowing ; has Viola, b. Dublin, 9 Jan. 1852-Lavater W., b. 26 Dec. 1853–Clinton, b. 5 Nov. 1858.-ii. JEREMIAH, b. 1 May, 1802; d. 10 May, 1821.-iii. CYRUS, b. 16 Jan. 1804 ; m. Lucretia Pierce, 10 May, 1827, and Mary J. Hilton, of Newmarket, N. H., 1834. He d. in Pittsfield, N. II., 9 Nov. 1834. Issue: Charles Henry, b. Newmarket, N. H., 14 Sept. 1828 ; m. Eliza Ann, only dau. of Rev. E. K. Bailey, of Jaffrey, N. II., 26 Oct. 1851 ; r. in Jaffrey. He has presided at town meetings from 1856 to 1866, inclusive; was Town Treasurer, from 1861 to 1864; represented Jaffrey in the New Hampshire Legislature, 1861-62, and served as U. S. Consul at Coaticook, Canada, Jan. 1865 to July, 1869 ; issue :-Frank Spenser, b. 14 Sept. 1855 ; d. 18 Aug. 1857-Fred Spenser, b. 27 Oct. 1858.-George Elliott, b. 23 May, 1833 ; m. Jennie Stone, of Marlboro', N. H., and Julia Ann Cragin, of Waterbury, Ct. ; was a merchant, and d. in Jaffrey, N. H., 26 Sept. 1869; issue :-Charles Andrew, b. Lawrence, Mass., 7 Jan. 1858.-iv. Mary, b. 25 April, 1805; m. James Robbe, Jr., 11 Nov. 1825. IIe d. 19 Nov. 1839. Issue:-Julia Ann, b. 23 April, 1827 ; m. Willard Cary, 1 Oct. 1848; r. Boston; she d. 19 June, 1850.Sabrina, b. 30 June, 1829.-v. Lucy, b. 29 Dec, 1806; m. Andrew S. Emery, of Jaffrey, N. HI., 28 April, 1830, d. 10 April, 1860 ; she d. 22 Aug. 1832.--vi. IIANNAH, b. 14 Mar, 1809; m. Harrison Bement, of Peterboro', N. H., 11 Nov. 1834, and removed to Mishawaka, Ind. ; she d. 12 Sept. 1819.-vii. Emilia, b. 22 May, 1811; m.

Drury M. Marshall, 16 Oct. 1834; she d. 3 July, 1840.* 6. JONATHAN, b. 16 June, 1780; m. Polly, dau. of Lient. Archelaus

and Rachel (Rowell) Cummings, of Temple. “Lieut. Jonathan Cutter" d. in Temple Feb. 24, 1807. His widow m. Dea. Levi Dakin, of Sudbury, Mass., and d. May 12, 1849, aged 67. Issue of Lieut. Cutter: i. Nathan, died young. ii. RACHEL, m. iii. Polly, m. Haynes. 7. Solomon, b. 10 Jan. 1783; m. Dolly Rowell, of Temple, in

1803. He was an industrious farmer, and a respected citizen of his native town. He was frozen to death, Dec. 26, 1831. Being badly hurt by his sled in a deep snow, he was unable to reach home, and thus perished with the cold. His widow d. in Temple, Nov. 18, 1850, aged 71. Their issue: i. Dolly, b. 19 Oct. 1803; d. July 23, 1841, unmarried. ii. BENJAMIN, b. 25 Oct. 1805 ; m. Catherine Foster, of Andover,

Mass., Sept. 1837. Has resided in Boston, and now in New
Ipswicb, N. H. Issue :

* Vide Hist. Dublin and Hist. Temple, N. H., 241, 242.

i. HARRIET,7 m. and lives in Chicago, Ill.
ii. CATHERINE.?
iii. ANNA.?

iv. George," run over by an omnibus in Boston and killed, æ. 5. iii. Calista, b. 2 Jan. 1808; m. John Q. Adams, of Bellingham,

Mass., May, 1834, now of Walpole. Issue :
i. EDWARD E., b. 26 March, 1835 ; m. Anna A. Hartshorn, 9 Aug. 1863. —

ii. CHARLES M., b. 24 March, 1837.-iii, ALBERT G., b. 13 July, 1839;

d. 1 Sept. 1841. iv. James Madison, b. 21 Feb. 1810; a manufacturer ; d. Sparten

burg, S. C., Aug. 27, 1840; unmarried. v. ELBRIDGE Gerry, b. 21 July, 1812 ; m. March 10, 1842, Harriet

J., dau, of Daniel and Mary (Crafts) Bird, of Watertown, Mass. Mr. Cutter resides at Temple, and on the farm formerly owned by his grandfather. He is a substantial farmer and an influential citizen ; has been sixteen times Moderator of town meetings, fourteen times elected to the office of Selectman, and has served five different periods as Representative to the General Court. His name is repeatedly mentioned in the history of the town. Iis issue :

i. JAMES Monroe,' b. 3 July, 1843.
ii. Mary Crafts, b. 23 May, 1844; m. Frank Cole, Sept. 9, 1868. Reside

Boston.
iii. HETTY Maria,7 b. 22 Sept. 1849.
iv. Ella,? b. 26 July, 1855.

v. Anna, b. 8 Oct. 1860. vi. SARAH,“ b. 7 Oct. 1814; m. John B. Farrington, Oct. 29, 1839 ;

and reside in Dedbam, Mass. Issue:
i. ALBERT GALLATIN, h. 6 Aug. 1842; d. 12 Sept. 1843.-ii. LUCY ANTOI-
NETTE, b. 21 June, 1846 ; m. Elisha Merrill, of Dedham, 8 Sept. 1863.-
iii. Ema JUDSON, b. 21 June, 1853.-iv. Sarah AUGUSTA, b. 24 Nov.

1858. vji. JONATHAN MONROE,b. 25 Feb. 1817; d. in Temple, June 8, 1832. viii. Lucy, b. 28 Sept. 1819; m. Abiel Lovejoy, of Temple, and died

Nov, 15, 1856. ix. Syrene Antoinette, b. 1 Nov. 1824 ; d. June 8, 1832. 8. Rhoda, b. 26 March, 1785; m. Levi Pierce, of Temple, Sept.

18, 1804. She d. in Temple, Sept. 27, 1850. 9. ELIZABETH," b. 22 Aug. 1787; m. David Amsden, of Mason, N.

H., and there d. February, 1853. 10. Polly, b. 4 May, 1790; m. Joshua P. Searle, of Temple, May

14, 1811. She is a widow residing in Temple. Issue :
i. Willard, d. 6 Dec. 1845, æ. 34.-ii. Lois Cutter, b. 14 Feb.

1814 ; d. 31 Dec. 1835,-ij. Mary RICHARDSON, b. 25 Nov. 1823;
m. Martin Heald, 12 Dec. 1842, d. 31 Aug. 1851, æ. 52; she

resides in Temple. 11. Lois, b. 25 June, 1792; d. Jan. 27, 1814.

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$1. DESCENDANTS OF GERSHOM CUTTER. GERSHOM and ANNA (Fillebrown) CUTTER had issue: 1. THOMAS," b. 9 Jan. 1730–1; m. Hannah Whittemore, May 19,

1757, dau. of Samuel and Elizabeth (Spring) Whittemore, of Menotomy, b. April 20, 1737, d. Oct. 8, 1775. He owned the covenant in Menotomy church, Dec. 10, 1758, and died previous to July 27, 1783. His issue: i. Hannah, bapt. Menotomy, December 10, 1758 ; never married.

Hannah Cutter, “ daughter of late Thomas," died July 27, 1783,

aged 25. ii. Mentable, b. 23 June, 1760 ; d. Menotomy, May 1, 1777. iii. ELIZABETH,9 b. 14 July, 1762 ; “ Betsey Small ;' m. after

in Lexington. iv. Thomas, b. 26 June, 1764; d. May 17, 1782, of "languishment." v. JAMES, b. 16 March, 1766 ; went off to Troy. vi. MARSHALL SPRING, b. 7 March, 1768 ; never married. vii. Eunice,b. 10 April, 1770 ; lived single. viii. ABIJAH, b. 11 July, 1772; d. Oct. 16, 1772.

ix. ABIJAH,“ b. 27 Aug. 1773; d. Nov. 13, 1773. 2. Anna, b. 13 Nov. 1731; m. Thomas Whittemore, Feb. 1, 1753,

son of Samuel and Elizabeth (Spring) Whittemore, of Menotomy, b. Oct. 29, 1729, d. Oct. 5, 1799. She d. in West Cambridge, Jan. 17, 1816. Thomas Whittemore and Anna, his wife, were admitted to membership in Menotomy church, July 14, 1754. Their issue: i. Anna, b. 14 Aug. 1754 ; m. Thomas Russell, 8 March, 1774, d. April, 1804 ; d. at West Cambridge, 6 Aug. 1827; Amos, their son, inherits his grandfather's inventive ingenuity.Timothy, b. 10 March, 1784; m. Ann Harvey, 26 March, 1807 ; is living in New York.Helen, b. 29 July, 1786 ; d. 17 Nov. 1787.Helen, b. 21 April, 1788; m. Jonas Prentiss, 22 Feb. 1807 ; r. Cambridgeport.- Clarissa, b. 3 Nov. 1789 ; m. Thomas Davis, 2 Oct. 1808 ; d. West Cambridge, 11 May, 1814.-Harriet, b. 6 April, 1792 ; d. 9 Sept. 1802.-Nancy, b. 1 May, 1794 ; d. 25 Sept. 1802.--Gershom, b. 20 Jan. 1796 ; m. Caroline Tufts, 25 Nov. 1824, d. 5 Jan. 1831 ; and Lucy Tufts, her sister ; d. in Somerville, 25 Jan. 1863.Henry, b. 1 Sept. 1797 ; m. Eliza Ann Cutter, 22 May, 1828, dau. of Dea. Ephraim Cutter [Vide v. $2, 9]; d. West Cambridge, 9 April, 1860.Letitia, b. 26 March, 1799 ; m. Horatio II. Fiske, 2 March, 1818; r. Charlestown.--Mary, b. 2 Sept. 1801 ; d. 24 Aug. 1802.-Harriet, b. 13 Aug. 1806; m. Herman Foster, 8 Nov. 1826 ; r. Manchester, N. H.-iv. William, b. 29 Jan, 1761; m. Elizabeth Cutter, dau. of Samuel [Vide xi. $3, 1]; d. West Cambridge, 2 Nov. 1842. V. SUSANNA, b. 5 Aug. 1763; m. Francis Cutter, of Charlestown [Vide vii. 4]; d. 24 Sept. 1805.-vi. AARON, b. 13 Aug. 1765 ; d. 21 April, 1766.-vii. A Arox, b. 30 March, 1767; d. 31 March, 1767.-viii. Rhoda, b. 31 Jan. 1770; M. Jacob Nason; d. at Orange, 24 Aug. 187.-ix. LYDIA, b. 29 Nov. 1771; m. Nathaniel Noyes, 18 May, 1819; d. Athol, 1864,(?) buried in Arlington.—x. SAMUEL, b. 25 March, 1774 ; m. Jane Tileston ; d. sumner of 1835, in New York.—xi. GERshou, b. 6 April, 1776 ;

7 June, 1809, æ. 58 ; she d. in West Cambridge, 17 Jan. 1819. ji. Thomas, b. 1 Oct. 1756 ; m. Susanna Cutter Vide vii. 3.) ; d. 22 Sept. 1805.--üïi. Amos, b. 19 April, 1759 ; m. Helen Weston, 18 June, 1781, b. in Concord, 16 July, 1763, d. 15 Oct. 1829. He was the inventor of the celebrated Whittemore Card Machine, and d. in West Cambridge, March 27, 1828, having issue* :--- Amos, b. 16 April, 1782 ; m. Rebecca Russell, 22

* Vide notice of Amos Whittemore in APPENDIX.

d. in Menotomy, 6 April, 1795. 3. GERSŇOM, b. 19 Feb. 1733–4; m. Rebecca Crosby, of Billerica,

Mass., March 15, 1757. He died suddenly of apoplexy in West Cambridge, April 20, 1804. His widow d. Sept. 28, 1813, æ. 75. He dwelt at the “ Foot of the Rocks," where he built a house which has since been demolished. He owned a mill-privilege near his residence, and erected a mill for turning and grinding edge tools, in which business he was extensively engaged many years. His dwelling was entered by British troops during the retreat from Concord; the furniture damaged, and the incendiary's torch applied to his property, which was timely saved from being consumed. A regular, killed on his estate, was buried in the meadow, forty rods distant, in rear of this house.

He was a member of the Baptist Church in Menotomy, and was held in good repute for his industry and general excellence. Gershom Cutter, 4th, had issue:

i. Gershom, b. 6 Nov. 1757 ; m. (1st) Hannah Newell, of Charles

town, Sept. 14, 1780, d. March 27, 1785 ; (20) Catherine Sumner, of Roxbury, June 22, 1786, d. Sept. 26, 1788; (3d) Deborah Torrey, of Boston, m. March 15, 1789, d. his widow, at Meth

uen. He d. in Menotomy, Aug. 20, 1799. He was an able mechanic, and probably made the first wool-card ever constructed by hand in this vicinity. A room was fitted for his workshop in his father's dwelling. Among other products of his in

genuity, he constructed a clock which preserved good time for half a century, and which is said to have been injured during the foray of the British troops. He was also engaged in constructing card-machines of the pattern invented by his cousin Amos Whittemore. An inventory of his estate was taken Oct. 14, 1799. It was appraised at $1,574.43, including one half a house and two acres meadow, in Cam. bridge, and fire parcels of land in Vermont. Deborah, his wife, was appointed his administratrix.* Gershom Cutter, 5th, bad issue :

i. Gershow," b. 26 Jan. 1781; d. Provincetown, Mass. Mr. Josiah Cut

ter, of Provincetown, is his son. ii. John, b. 25 April, 1783; m. Nov. 16, 1806, Abigail K., dau. of Dea.

Thomas and Abigail (Newell) Badger, of Boston. Was a blacksmith
by trade. Served his apprenticeship at Charlestown. Lived in Boston,
and removed thence to South Malden, where he d. June 8, 1858. His
widow lives in Everett. Issue:

1. Elmira,s b. 8 March, 1807.
2. James Madison, b. 6 March, 1809; m. Hannah Follet, of Marble-
head. Is a blacksmith in Brighton. Issue:
1. Hannah Maria,' b. 28 Oct. 1833; m. Nathan Whittemore,

Nov. 4, 1858. Reside in Everett.
2. James Lovell, m. (1st) Helen M. Furness, of New York, d.

June 5, 1861, w. 23; and (20) Sarah Whitney, of Chelsea. Resides Brighton. Issue :- Àlbert Madison, 10 b. 9 Sept. 1864. 3. Sebastian Adolphus,9 m. Margaret Ann Rea, of Nova Scotia.

Resides Boston Highlands. Issue :-George Rea, 10 b. Oct. 1867. 4. William Henry, m. Abbie Harwood, of Malden. Resides

Everett. Issue :-George Francis,to b. 24 Nov. 1864. 5. Francis Albert, b. 22 Aug. 1849, d. Oct. 24, 1853. 3. Ann Badger, 8 b. 1 March, 1811. 4. Thomas B., : b. 11 Oct. 1813; d. June 2, 1816. 5. John, b. 18 June, 1815; m. Esther — Resides in S. Boston.

Has four children. 6. Abbie Badger, b. 1 May, 1819. 7. David Newell Badger, b. 10 Oct. 1822 ; resides Everett. 8. Eustace Cary," b. 28 June, 1825 ; d. South Malden, Aug. 23, 1828.

9. Thomas Badger, 8 b, 22 Feb. 1827; a mariner. iii. Hannah NEWELL, b. 12 March, 1785 ; 'm. Caleb Drew, of Charlestown.

Both now deceased. Had five children, all died young. Caleb, their son,

was washed overboard at sea, aged nearly twenty-one. iv. HENRY SUMNER,b. 30 April, 1787; removed to Darien, Ga. Married

and d. South. Had issue. v. FREDERIC," b. 4 April, 1792; m. and d. in S. Wilbraham, Mass. (?) Had

issue. vi. SAMUEL TORREY,7 b. 4-7 March, 1793; m. and d. somewhere in New

Hampshire. Had issue.
ii. Rebecca, b. 1 Aug. 1760 ; m. (1st) Andrew Cutter [Vide xi.

$3, 9] ; (2d) Capt. Wallis Rust, of Boston, m. Oct. 29, 1797.
Capt. Rust was the son of Dr. Wallis Rust, of Ipswich, and d.
at sea, three days out of Boston, about 1808 or 1810.7 Mrs.
Rust d. in Cincinnati, O., March 21, 1834. Their issue:
i. ADELINE, b. 27 July, 1799 ; m. John Jarvis, 6 Jan. 1822; and d. West

Cambridge, 18 June, 1842. Jarvis m. Hephzibah, widow of Nathan Locke,
9 May, 1843. He was b. 25 June, 1794, and d. 29 Jan. 1855. Issue by
first marriage :-James L., b. 4 Feb. 1823; m, and resides in New York.

* Morse, Geneal., name Cutler, 45.

+ Dr. Wallis Rust, b. 1739, m. Abigail Jones, 1764, and d. in 1792. He was appointed Surgeon in the U. S. Army, July 6, 1780. He was the son of Nathaniel Rust, who m. Sarah, dau. of Dr. Semuel Wallis, Nov. 15, 1837.

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