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GENEALOCxY 



CUTTS FAMILY 



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COMPILED BY 

CECIL HAMPDEN CUTTS HOWARD. 



AUTHOR OF "LIFE AND PUBLIC SERVICES OF GENERAL JOHN WOLCOTT 

PHELPS;" " BRATTLEBORO IN VERSE AND PROSE," AND "MATERIALS 

FOR A GENEALOGY OF THE SPARHAWK FAMILY." 

MEMBER OF THE AMERICAN HIST. ASSOC. AND LONG ISLAND HISTORICAL 
SOCIETY. CORjR;MEMBfeR;OF,'TJ?B NJ-:W f;j>'«Lrt?f D HlSffi, SEN. SOC. : 

THE ESSEX iWii'ii'rf;;. fSD.TiJE MAii^ii'Uisfii^cifiirY. 



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ALBANY, N. Y. 
JOEL MUNSELL'S SONS, PUBLISHERS 
1892 






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KATHERINE (CUTT) MOFFATT. 



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Td the iTLBiTiDry nf my hnnarad grandfatharj 

HilMPnEN CUTTS, 

and my hElnvad mnthBrj 
ANNA HDLYaKE (CUTTS) HDWARn, 



PREFACE. 



The liistory of tlie Cutts family in America has 
never been written before. So little, in fact, has ever 
appeared in print concerning the male line of the 
family, that it has been an exceedingly difficult task 
to complete. 

A number of able people have devoted their spare 
moments to the subject, some of whom have been taken 
away before they could complete their work. The 
most able of these, perhaps, to have given the family 
a valuable book, was the late Mr. John Wingate 
Thornton of Boston, Mass. While that which now 
appears is the combined result of the labors of many, 
and free access has been gained to all unpublished 
papers written on the subject, it cannot be of the value 
that it would have been if one individual could have 
given it undivided attention. The genealogical tables 
of the earlier generations are probably as complete as 
they will ever be made, for the sources from which they 
might have been drawn (the earliest records of Ports- 
mouth, N. H., and Kittery, Me.), are sadly incom- 
plete. Those of the later generation could be much 
fuller, if by waiting, there were any probability of their 
being completed. The indifference manifested by 



6 Preface. 

representatives of some brauclies will account for their 
non-completion. 

The search in English records has been prosecuted 
to a considerable extent by more than one member of 
the family without any direct result. It is, therefore, 
believed best to devote this volume entirely to the 
American branch of the Cutts family, — as any thing 
like a complt^te history of the English family of this 
name would fill a second volume. In a work of this 
nature it is to be expected that some dates and his- 
torical facts will have been overlooked. Every one 
who discovers such will confer a favor by notifying 
the compiler, that they may be corrected in a second 
edition. 

In the arrangement of this work the compiler has 
received valuable assistance and encouragement from 
Mrs. Mary Lowell Putnam of Boston, Mass., Hon. 
Richard Cutts Shannon of New York, N. Y., and Mrs. 
Hannah Drew Hutchings of Kittery, Me. 

Grateful acknowledgments are also due for many 
and valued aids in various directions, to the following 
persons: Messrs. Chas. H. Ladd, Alex H Ladd, 
Rev. Henry E. Hovey, Rev. Alfred Langdon 
Elwyn, and Miss Amelia McAllister White of 
Portsmouth, N. H. ; Mrs. Edward Low, and Miss 
Myra Raynes of York, Me. ; Miss Mary Elizabeth 
Gunnison, and Edward F. Saiford of Kittery, Me. ; 
Dr. John R. Ham of Dover, N. H.; Col. Chas. C. G. 
Thornton, Miss Elizabeth T. Thornton, Mrs. Eleanor 
Vaughan Tufts, Messrs. Thos. W. Penhallow, F. W. 



Preface. 7 

Reynolds, Pierrepont AVise, and John Ward Dean of 
Boston, Mass.; Hon. Edward Appieton of Reading, 
Mass.; the Misses Sparhawk of Newton Centre, Mass.; 
Mrs. L. R. Clement of Brookline, Mass.; Dr. Jos. B. 
Ciitts of St. Louis, Mo.; Dr. H. M. Cutts of Brookline, 
Mass.; L. L. Cutts of Newport, N. II.; Jos. A. Cutts 
of Claremont, N. H.; the Misses Cutts of Faribault, 
Minn., Win. G. Whilden, Sr., of Greenville, S. C, and 
Charles Trumbull Howard of Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Cecil Hampden Cutts Howard. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



INTRODUCTION. 



One of the earliest known records of the Cutts 
family in New England is where, in 1640, one William 
Cutt was taxed in Saco, Maine. He and Lawrence 
Cutt (taxed in Portsmouth, N. H., in 1680), may have 
been brothers of Richard Cutt, who, in 1646, suc- 
ceeded Sampson Lane (one of Capt. John Mason's 
stewards) in the occupation of what was kno^vn as 
the " Great House."* Portsmouth was then commonly 
called "Strawberry Bank," on account of the great 
number of strawberries to be found on the bank of 
the river above the "Great tlouse." This was built 
by one Chadbourne, in 1631, near the bank of the 
main river, about three miles from its mouth. It was 
situated near the corner of Water and Pitt streets, and 
first occupied by Thomas Warnerton, one of Mason's 
stewards. In 1635 (Aug. 21), Roger Cutt (se. 20), 
was transported to Virginia, and may have been the 
ancestor of the Georgia family of that name. Noth- 
ing definite, however, is known on this point, beyond 
the fact, as shown in " Hotten's Original Lists," of his 
embarking at that time for Virginia. In 1657, John 
Cutt is first mentioned in Portsmouth's records, as one 
of the five selectmen that year. It is supposed that 
he and his brothers, Richard and Robert, came from 
England to this country prior to 1646. Robert Cutt 

♦Adams' "Aunals of Portsmouth," N. H., pp. 18-19. 



Introduction. 9 

going first to the Barbadoes, in the West Indies, and 
afterw'ard to Portsmonth (living at Great Island, now 
known as New Castle). He removed from there to 
Kittery. Maine. 

Richard Cutt was first a resident at the Isle of 
Shoals, and removed later to Portsmouth, while John 
Cutt always lived in Portsmouth. There lived too, at 
Portsmouth (of whom some account will be given 
later), one John Cutt, Jr., who was, probably, a nephew 
of these three brothers. Beside these seven of the 
name, who have been known as residents for a greater 
or less period of time in this country, there was a sis- 
ter, Anne Cutt, who was married to John Shipway, a 
merchant of Portsmouth. 

The following pages give an extended genealogy of 
four of these seven, namely: the descendants of John, 
Richard, Robert, and Anne Cutt, who are known, by 
their wills, to have been brothers and sister. In the 
back of the volume, so far as readily obtainable, the 
descendants of John Cutt, Jr., and some account of the 
Georgia family. 

The earliest records of the family give the name as 
Cutt, and it was not universally known as Cutts until 
1745, nearly a hundred years after they first arrived. 

It is not known whether the final " s " was dropped 
when they came to this country for political reasons or 
some other cause. It is said that when one of the 
New England family went to the siege of Louisbourg, 
he met an Euo^lish oflScer of the name who established 
a relationship between them, and after that the family 
2 



lo Introduction. 

in New England were universally known as Cutts. 
In the limits of a single volume it has been impossible 
to do equal justice to the historical as well as the 
genealogical portions of the family record, so the com- 
piler has decided to place the genealogical first, with 
biographical notes therein and a few biographical 
notes in the back of the volume. The aim has been, in 
as brief a space as possible, to give the records of an 
old New England family, who, after a period of over 
two hundred and forty years, have spread from Maine 
to California, and from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico. 

In these pages there will be found a few names well 
known to students of literature and history. They are 
all descendants, however, in the female branches of 
the family. Among them we may mention the late 
Hon. James Russell Lowell, Benjamin P. Shillaber 
(Mrs. Partington), General Fitz John Porter, and Hon. 
Richard Cutts Shannon. Of the equally w^ell-known 
men who have married Cutts descendants we can 
mention Hon. John Langdon, Dr. S. Weir Mitchell, 
Stephen A. Douglass, and Wm. Henry Bishop. 

Extended notice of their lives is unnecessary, as all 
students are well posted in regard to them. 

The simplest form possible has been used in giving 
the genealogical tables (the numerical), and it is not 
believed it will need an explanation. The abbrevia- 
tions are "b." for born; "m." for married ; and "d." 
for died; " d. y." signifies died in youth. " H. C." is 
the abbreviation for Harvard College, and the date 
following signifies the year of graduation. 



CUTTS GENEALOGY. 



1. John, b. ; m. Hanuali Starr, July 30, 1662; 

d. April 5, 1681. 

2. Hichard, b. ; m. Elinor (Leader?); d. 1676. 

3. Robert, b. ; m. Mary Hoel ; d. June 18, 

1674. 

4. Anne, b. ; m. John Shipway; d. 



John Cutt, married Hannah, the daughter of Dr. 

Comfort and Elizabeth ( ) Starr in Boston on July 

30, 1662, the ceremony being performed by Rev. Mr. 
Danforth. Mrs. Cutt was a native of Ashford-Kent, 
England, w^here she was born on July 22, 1632. They 
settled in Portsmouth, N. H. Her father died in Boston 
in 1659, and her mother the year preceding. 

5. John (Jr.), b. June 30, 1663; d. unm., 1685, of 

small-pox. 

6. Elizabeth, b. Nov. 23, 1664; d. Sept. 28, 1665. 

7. Hannah, b. July 29, 1666 ; m. Richard Waldron, 

Feb. 16, 1681 ; d. Feb. 14, 1682. 

8. Mary, b. Nov. 17, 1669; m. Samuel Penhallow, 

Esq., July 1, 1687 ; d. Feb., 1713. 

9. Samuel, b. ; m. Eleanor ; d. Oct. 15, 

1698. 

Pres. John Cutt m. (2d) Ursula , who was 

(July 21, 1694) killed by the Lidiaus. Her estate was 



12 CuTTs Genealogy. 

settled by Samuel Ciitt, Richard Waldron aud Samuel 
Peuliallow, and amounted to £220 14s. lOd. 

Richard Cutt, married Eleanor (Leader ?), whom 
tradition states to have been the daughter of an English 
officer. 

10. Margaeet, b. , 1650 ; m. Wm.Vaughan, Dec. 

8, 1668; d. Jan. 2, 1690-1. 

11. Bridget, b. ; m. (1) Thomas Daniel, (2) Mr. 

Graifort, or Crawford, Dec. 11, 1684; d. May 
30, 1709. Thomas Daniel died Nov. 13, 
1683; Mr. Graff ort d. Aug. 6, 1697. 
The will of Richard Cutt was proved in London. 

The only one of the three bi'others of whom that can 

be said. 

3 

Robert Cutt, married Mary Hoel, a young Eng- 
lish lady, in the West Indies, before his arrival in New 
England. 

12. Richard, b. ; m. Joanna Wills, 1686; prob. 

d. 1743. 

13. Elizabeth, b. ; m. Humphrey Elliott; d. 

14. Bridget, b. ; m. Rev. Win. Screven, July 23, 

1674; d. 

15. Sarah, b. ; m. Capt. John More ; d. 

16. Mary, b. ; m. Wm. Briar, 1701 ; d. 

17. Robert, b. 1673 ; m. Dorcas Hammond, April 18, 

1698; d. Sept. 24, 1735. 
The burial place of Robert and Richard Cutts 
(father and son) is unknown. Robert is supposed to 
have been buried somewhere in Kittery, perhaps on his 
son Robert's place, and perhaps in an old burying 
ground near Spruce creek. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 13 

4 

Anne Cutt, married Jolin Shipway. 

18. John (Jr.), b. July 26, 1662; m. Sarah Frost. 
John Ship way, Sr., was a merchant in Portsmouth, 

N. H., and one of the selectmen in 1672. An inven- 
tory of his estate taken after his decease, in 1683, 
places the sum total at J6330 3s. 7d. 

7 
Hannah Cutt, daughter of John and Hannah 
(Starr) Cutt, married Col. Richard Waldron, Feb. 15, 
1681. 

19. Samuel, b. Feb. 14, 1682, d. Dec, 1682. 

Mrs. Hannah Waldron d. Feb. 14, 1682. Col. 
Waldron married for his second wife Miss Elinor 
Vaughan, daughter of Wm. and Margaret (Cutt) 
Vaughan and granddaughter of Richard Cutt. See 

35- 

8 

Mary Cutt, daughter of John and Hannah (Starr) 
Cutt, married Samuel Penhallow, Esq., July 1, 
1687. 

20. Hannah, b. May 3, 1688; m. James Pemberton; d. 

21. Mary, b. Dec. 1, 1689 ; m. Hon. Benjamin Gam- 

bling, 1713; d. Aug. 29, 1744. 

22. Samuel, b. Oct. 4, 1691; removed to England; 

m. Miss Lake* 1730, and d. prior to 1764. 

23. John, b. Jan. 13, 1693; m. Mrs. Elizabeth B. 

Watts, 1719; d. July 28, 1735. 

24. Phcebe, b. Jan. 14. 1695, m. (1) Capt. Gross, 

s p., (2) Maj. Leonard Vassall, Apr. 11, 
1734, (3) Hon. Thos. Graves, Feb. 11, 1738, 
(4) Francis Borland, Mar. 21, 1749-50; d. 
April 3, 1775. 

* Brewster's Rambles, No. io8. 



14 CuTTS Genealogy. 

25. Elizabeth, b. Dec. 21, 1698 ; m. (1) John Dum- 

mer, June 17, 1730, (2) E,ev. Christopher 
Toppaii, June 12, 1740; d. May 4, 1773. 

26. Lydia, b. Sept. 16, 1700; m. Henry Sloper, 

1716; d. Aug., 1718. 

27. Deborah, b. Jan^ 2, 1702 ; m. Wm. Knight, Nov. 

29, 1722; d. 
28 Benjamin, b. Dec, 1704; H. C, 1723; d. 1725. 

29. Joshua (M. D.), b. Dec, 1707 ; d. unm. 

30. Susanna, b. Jan., 1709 ; m. Wm. Winkley, s. p. ; 

d. Aug. 8, 1781. 

31. Joseph, b. Jan., 1711 ; removed to England. 

32. Olympia, b. Feb., 1713; d. unm., 1743. 
Samuel Penhallow married second, Mrs. Abigail 

(Atkinson) Oberne, Sept. 8, 1714, by whom he had 
one son Richard, who died unmarried at the age of 
25, leaving his property all to his half-sister, Mrs. King. 

9 

Samuel Cutt, son of John and Hannah (Starr) 
Cutt, m. Eleanor (Harvey [?] ). 

33. John, b. Dec 2, 1694 ; m. Elizabeth ; d. 1718. 

34. Samuel, b. Feb. 25, 1697; m. Hannah Perkins; 

d. 1731. 
Samuel Cutt, Sr., d. Oct. 15, 1697. Mrs. Samuel 
Cutt m. (2) Thomas Phipps on May 4, 1699, and had 
two daughters, John and Samuel Cutt appoint Sam- 
uel Penhallow, George Vaughan and Thomas Phipps 
their guardians, in April, 1712. 

10 

Margaret Cutt, daughter of Richard and Elinor 
Cutt, married Wm. Vaughan, Dec 8, 1 668. 



35. Eleanor, b. Mar. 5, 1670; m. Col. Ricliard 
Waldron, Feb. 6, 1693; d. Sept., 1727. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 15 

36. Mary, b. Mar. G, 1672; m. Capt. Daniel King; 

cl. Aug., 1716. 

37. CuTT, b. Mar. 9, 1(574 ; d. unm., in Barbadoes. 

38. George, b. April 13, 1676; H. C, 16',M); m. 

(1) Mary Belcher, Dec. 8, 1697 ; (2) Eliz. El- 
liott, Jan. 9, 1700; d. Dec, 1725. 

39. Bridget, b. July 2, 1678 ; m. Nathaniel Gerrish, 

1712; d. Sept., 1743. 

40. Margaret, b. Dec. 20, 1680; m. (1) Mr. Jno. 

Foye, Feb. 5, 1720, s. p.; (2) Chas. Chambers, 
Esq., s. p., Feb. 10, 1785-6 ; d. Aug. 6, 1762. 

41. Abigail, b. May 5, 1683 ; m. Nathaniel Shannon, 

Esq., Nov. 25, 1714; d. 1762. 

42. Elizabeth, b. April 26, b. 1686 ; m. Capt. Daniel 

Moulton ; d. before 1759. 
Major Wm. Vaughan died in Portsmouth, N. H., on 
Nov. 12, 1719, aged 78 years. 

IS 

Richard Cutt, sou of Eobert and Mary (Hoel) Cutt, 
mariied Joanna, daughter of Thomas and Lucia (Tre- 
worgye^} Wills, 1686. 

43. Robert, b. Nov. 13, 1687; prob. d. unm. 

44. Elizabeth, b. Nov. 25, f689 ; m. Nathaniel 

Raynes. 

45. Mary, b. Feb. 28, 1691 ; d. Mar. 23, 1691. 

46. Richard, b.. April 5, 1693 ; m. Eunice Curtis, Oct. 

20, 1720; d. before 1790. 

47. Sarah, b. Sept. 6, 1695 ; m. Roger Mitchell, Nov. 

3, 1717; d. 1718. 

48. Bridget, b. Feb. 18, 1697; d. April 13, 1700. 

49. Thomas, b. April 15, 1700 ; m. Dorcas Hammond, 

April 23, 1723; d. Jan. 10, 1795. 

50. Bridget, b. Dec. 13, 1702 ; m. Samuel Hart, Dec. 

23, 1725, s. p. 



i6 CuTTS Genealogy. 

51. Lucia, K April 23, 1705 ; jji-ob. d. y. 

52. Edward, b. July 9, 1707 ; m. Miss AVelsh ; d. 

53. Samuel, b. Sept. 21, 1709 ; prob. d. y. 

54. Joseph, b. April 2'/, 1713 ; prob. d. y. 

55. Joanna, b. April 14, 1715; m. Capt. Timothy 

Gerrisb, April 12, 1739; d. July 2, 1812. 
Richard Cutt, Sr. (from an entry in an old account- 
book kept by Edmund Moody), is supposed to have 
died before 1735-6. 

13 

Elizabeth Cutt, daughter of Robert and Mary 
(Hoel) Cutt, married Humphrey Elliott after 1684. 

56. Champeenowne, b. ; prob. d. unm. Deputy 

to Surveyor-General, 1720-25.^" 

57. Robert, b. ; m. E. Screven, Feb. 5, 1720-1 

(see 63); d. 1727. 

58. , b. 

Mrs. E. C. Elliott married second, Mr. Robert 
Witherick in Somerton, S. C, whither she and Mr. 
Elliott had removed. Mrs. Witherick was living in 
1729. R. Witherick died in 1700.* 

14 

Bridget Cutt, daughter of Robert and Mary (Hoel) 
Cutt, married Rev. Wm. Screven, July 23, 1674. 

59. Samuel, b. ; d. Dec. 3, 1771. 

60. Mercy, b. 

61. Sarah, b. 

62. Bridget, b. 

63. Elizabeth, b. ; m. Robert Elliott, Feb. 5, 

1720-21 (see 57). 

64. Robert, b. 

65. Patience, b. 

* See "N. E. Hist, and Gen. Register, ' Jan., 1890. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 17 

66. Joshua, b. 

67. William, b. ; m. Catherine Stoll ; d. after 

1750. 

68. Joseph, b. 

69. Elisha, b. Sept. 1, 1698; m. Hannab Johnson, 

1724; d. Dec. 3, 1757. 

15 

Sarah Cutt, daughter -of Eobert and Mary (Hoel) 
Cutt, married Captain John More, or Moore. 

70. John, b. July 9, 1696 ; m. Eliza Fernald, 1721. 

71. JONADAB, b. 1697. 

72. Elizabeth, b. Feb. 10, 1699. 

73. Edward, b. Aug. 24, 1701 ; m. Hannah Crockett, 

Nov. 9, 1722. 

74. Abigail, b. July 31, 1702 ; m. Parker. 

75. Robert, b. June 3, 1704. 

76. Ebenezer, b. 1706. 

77. Mary, b. 1708. 

16 

Mary Cutt, daughter of Robert and Mary (Hoel) 
Cutt, married William Bryar, 1701. 

78. William, b. Dec. 20, 1702 ; m. Elizabeth Weeks, 

May 11, 1728. 
^- 79. Mary, b. June 9, 1705 ; m. A. Haley, Aug. 7, 
1727. 

80. Rebecca, b. Jan. 9, 1707 ; m. Wm. Tapley, 

Mar. 19, 1726. 

81. Sarah, b. Jan. 12, 1709; m. C. Hutchings, Feb. 

15 1737. 

82. Adah, b. July 4, 1712 ; m. Wm. Wilson, 1732-3. 
Mrs. Mary (Cutt) Bryar died in Kittery, Me. 

Wm. Briar died May 5, 1718. 
3 



1 8 CuTTs Genealogy. 

ir 

Robert Cutt, Jr., son of Kobert and Mary (Hoel) 
Cutt, married Dorcas Hammond, daughter of Maj. 
Joseph and Katheriue (Frost) Hammond, April 18, 
1698. 

83. Maey, b. Dec. 26, 1698 ; m. Wm. Whipple, May 

16, 1722; d. Feb. 28, 1783. 

84. Catherine, b. Sept. 30, 1700; m. Hon. John 

Moft'att, Aug. 20, 1723; d. Dec. 7, 1769. 

85. Mehitable, b. Aug. 18, 1703 ; m. Hon. Jotham 

Odiorne, Dec. 29, 1725 ; d. Jan., 1789. 

86. Elizabeth, b. Mar. 20, 1709; m. Rev. Joseph 

Whipple, Mar. 20, 1709, s. p.; Rev. John 
Lowell, Oct. 23, 1727, s. p.; d. Sept. 22, 1805. 
Mrs. Dorcas (Hammond) Cutt died in Kittery, Me., 
Nov. 17, 1757, se. 82. 

18 

John Shipway, Jr., son of John and Anne (Cutt) 
Shipway, married Sarah, daughter of Hon. Charles 
and Mary (Bolles) Frost, 1687. 

87. Mary, b. 1688 ; m. Rev. Jeremiah Wise. 
John Shipway was a merchant as his father before 

him, and constable in 1688. 

Mary Shipway's guardian in Dec, 1701, was Joshua 
Fryer of New Castle, appointed at her request. 

20 

Hannah Penhallow, daughter of Samuel and Mary 
(Cutt) Penhallow, married James Pemberton, 1708. 

88. Sarah, b. June 2, 1709; d. June 21, 1709. 

89. James (Jr.), b. Aug. 21, 1713; m. Hepzibah 

s. p.; H. C.,'l732; d. 

90. Hannah, b. Mar. 10, 1715; m. Benj. Colman. 

91. Mary, b. June 25, 1717 ; d. unm. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 19 

92. Sarah, b. Dec. 11, 1719-20; d. unm. 

93. Samuel, b. Sept. 21, 1723 ; H. C, 1742. Select- 

man in Boston, 1768 ; d. 1779. 
James Pemberton, Sr., d. Mar., 1747, se. 55. See 
Suffolk County Probate Records, vols. 51-63, 78, of 
Massachusetts. 

31 

Mary Penhallow, daughter of Samuel and Mary 
(Cutt) Penhallow, married Hon. Benjamin Gambling, 
1713. 

94. Benjamin (Jr.), b. July 27, 1714; H. C, 1734; 

d. unm., June 2, 1744. 
Mrs. Mary P. Gambling d. Aug. 29, 1764. Her 
husband was a Judge of Probate, and graduated from 
Harvard College in 1702. 

33 

John Penhallow, son of Samuel and Mary (Cutt) 
Penhallow, married Mrs. Elizabeth (Butler) Watts, 
1719. 

95. Mary, b. 1720; d. y. 

96. Samuel, b. July 22, 1722 ; m. Prudence Knee- 

land, May 9, 1749; d. Oct. 14, 1813. 

97. John, b. 1724; m. (1) Sarah Weutworth ; (2) 

Ann Wendell; d. Mar. 14, 1809. 
Mrs. Elizabeth (Butler) Penhallow d. Feb. 25, 
1736-7. 

34 

Phcebe Penhallow, daughter of Samuel and Mary 
(Cutt) Penhallow, married (2) Major Leonard Vas- 
sall, April 11, 1734. 

98. Anne, b. Apr. 29, 1735 ; m. (1) John Borland, 

Feb. 20, 1749; (2) Wm. Knight, Apr. 27, 
1784; d. June 20, 1823. 



20 CuTTS Genealogy. 

Mrs. Plioebe P. Vassall m. (3) Hon. Thomas Graves, 
Feb. 11, 1733; (4) Frauds Boilaud, Mar. 21, 1749. 
Francis Borland d. Sept. 16, 1763. 

25 

Elizabeth Penhallow, daughter of Sauiuel aud Mary 
(Cutt) Peuhallow, married Johu Dummer of Newbuiy, 
Mass., Juue 10, 1730. 

99. Katherine, b. May 8, 1731; m. Hon. Enoch 

Bartlett, Aug. 21, 1755; d. Nov. 22, 1761. 

100. John (Jr.),b. Aug. 8, 1733; m. Hannah Titcomb, 

Nov., 1754; d. July 13, 1770. 
John Dummer, Sr., d. July 19, 1735, se. 59. Mrs. 
Elizabeth P. Dummer m. (2) Rev. Chris. Toppau, June 
12, 1740, who d. July 21, 1747, se. 77. 

^6 

Lydia Penhallow, daughter of Samuel and Mary 
(Cutt) Penhallow, married Henrv Sloper, 1716. 

101. Samuel, b. July 6, 1717"; d. Aug. 23, 1738. 
Mrs. L. P. Sloper d. Aug., 1718. 

Deborah Penhallow, daughter of Samuel and (Mary 
Cutt) Penhallow, married Wm. Knight, November 9, 
1722. 

102. Deborah, b. ; m. (1) Nathaniel Adams, 

(2) Henry Carter. 

103. Mary, b. ; m. Janvrin (?). 

104. William, b. 1733; m. Anne Vassall Borland, 

April 27, 1784; d. Dec. 10, 1793 (see 98). 

105. Temple, b. 1730; d. unm. 

Wm. Knight died Nov. 16, 1730, se. 37. His estate, 
administered by his wife, was £3292.16.7. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 21 

33 

John Cutt, son of Samuel and Eleanor (Harvey ?) 
Cutt, married Elizabeth . 

106. Samuel, b. Jan. 12, 1713-14 ; m. Sarah Savell, 

Sept. 18, 1735; d. 1737-8. 
Estate of John Cutt amounted to £1018.14 by the 
inventory taken in 1717-18, just after his decease. 

34 

Samuel Cutt, son of Samuel and Eleanor (Harvey) 
Cutt, married Hannah Perkins. 

107. Hannah, m. Benj. Stokes, April 12, 1740. 
Samuel Cutt died 1731. 

There was a Hannah Cutt who married a John 
Wendell, September 26, 1744. Possibly Samuel's 
widow. 

35 

Elinor Vaughan, daughter of William and Mar- 
garet (Catt) Vaughan, married Colonel Richard Wal- 
dron, February 6, 1692-3. 

108. Richard, b. Feb. 21, 1694; H. C, 1712; m. 

Elizabeth, dau. Col. Thos. Westbrooke, Dec. 
31,1718; d. Aug. 23, 1753. 

109. Margaret, b. Nov. 16, 1695; m. Eleazer Rus- 

sell, Esq., May 18, 1721 ; d. May 20, 1753. 

110. William, b. Aug. 4, 1697; H. C, 1717; m. 

Eliza Allen; d. Sept. 11, 1727. 

111. Anne, b. Aug. 27, 1698; m. Rev. Henry Rust, 

1719; d. 1734. 

112. Abigail, b. July 28, 1704; m. Judge Richard 

Saltonstall, Jan. 6, 1726; d. 1735. 

113. Eleanor, b. April 7, 1706; d. unm., 1724. 
Colonel Richard Waldron, son of Major Richard 

Waldron, died Nov. 3, 1730. 



22 CuTTS Genealogy. 

S6 

Mary Vaughan, daughter of William and Margaret 
(Cutt) Vaiigbaii, married Capt. Dauiel King, 1697. 

114. William, b. Mar. 17, 1698-9; m. Abigail 

Oborne or Oberne. 
Capt. Daniel King d. in 1708, in Portsmouth, N. H. 

38 

George Vaughan, son of William and Margaret 
(Cutt) Vaughan, married (2) Elizabeth, daughter of 
Hon. Robert and Sarah (Fryer) Elliott,* Jan. 9, 1700. 

115. Sarah, b. Feb. 8, 1701; m. Dr. John Ross, 

Sept. 5, 1721 ; d. April 16, 1793. 

116. William, b. Sept. 12, 1703, H. C, 1722 ; d. in 

London, Dec, 1745. 

117. Margaret, b. Aug. 21, 1705; d. Sept. 9, 1706. 

118. George (Jr.), b. July 2, 1706; d. y. 

119. Elizabeth, b. Oct. 8, 1707; m. Wm. Bennett ; 

d. Aug. 3, 1800. 

120. Abigail, b. Mar. 11,1709; m. Hunking Went- 

worth, s. p., 1743 ; d. Feb. 25, 1788. 

121. Elliott, b. April 12, 1711 ; m. Anna Gerrish, 

Mar. 14, 1738 ; d. July 1, 1758. 

122. Mary, b. April 26, 1713; m. Cutt Shannon, 

Dec. 3, 1741 ; d. June 21, 1793. 

123. Jane, b. Dec. 27. 1714; m. Maj. Jas. Noble, 

s. p., 1746; d. 1763. 

124. George, b. Feb. 18, 1720; d. y. 

39 

Bridget Vaughan, daughter of William and Elinor 
(Cutt) Vaughan, married Captain Nathaniel Gerrish, 
1712, son of Capt. John and Elizabeth (Waldron) 
Gerrish. 

■* See Fryer note in the end of the volume. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 23 

125. Nathaniel, b. Berwick; m, Lydia Pierce, July 

24, 1T30; d. 1752. 

126. William (Capt.), b. 1704; m. Mary Preble, 

Feb. 19,1736; d. 

127. Charles (Major), bapt. Apr. 21, 1717 ; m. 

Mary Frost ; d. 

128. George, b. ; in. Mary Sherburne, July 3, 

1735 ; d. 

129. Bridget, b. ; in. Thos. Butler, Mar. 10, 

1757; d. 

130. Richard, b. 

Nathaniel Gerrish d. Apr. 10, 1729, 9e. 49. 

41 

Abigail Vaughan, daughter of William and Elinor 
(Cutt) Vaughan, married Nathaniel Shannon of Ips- 
wich, Mass., Nov. 25, 1714. 

131. Nathaniel (Jr.), b. Feb. 16, 1716 ; m. Alice 

Frost, ISTov. 10, 1737 ; d. 1749. 

132. CuTT,b. Aug. 17, 1717; m. Mary Vaughan, Dec. 

3, 1741 ; d. Dec. 12, 1763. (See I2I.) 
Nathaniel Shannon, son of Nathaniel and Eliza- 
beth Shannon, died in 1723, in the West Indies, se. 34. 
Mrs. A. V. Shannon married Capt. George Walker, 
in 1735, who died in Portsmouth, N. II.,Dec. 7, 1748, 
leaving no children. 

44 

Elizabeth Cutt, daughter of Richard and Joanna 
(Wills) Cutt, married Captain Nathaniel Raynes. 

133. Sarah, b. ; d. y. 

134. Eunice, b. ; m. Capt. John Stone; d. 

Feb. 20, 1765. 

135. Francis, b. 1711; -m. (1) Jane Payne; (2) 

Jane Raynes, Nov. 15, 1753; d. Nov. 20, 
1805. 



24 CuTTS Genealogy. 

136. Robert, b. ; m. Elizabeth Raynes, 1745 ; d. 

137. Eleanor, b. ; m. Mr. Marston ; d. 

138. Hannah, b. ; m. Mr. Wm. Gerrish, July 

29, 1742; d. 

139. Lucy Cutt, b. ; d. unm. 

Nathaniel Raynes was the son of Francis and 
Eleanor Raynes, and lived on the homestead which 
was granted to his father in 1640. His fathei*, a friend 
of Capt. Francis Champernowne, is supposed to have 
come over in 1635-6. 

46 

Richard Cutt (Major), son of Richard and Jo- 
anna (Wills) Cutt, married Eunice Curtis, daughter of 
Joseph and Sarah (Foxwell) Curtis, Oct. 20, 1720. 

140. Sarah, b. July 21, 1721 ; d. unm. 

141. Robert, b. May 9, 1723 ; m. Hannah Bartlett, 

June 9, 1745; d. 1791. 

142. Joseph, b. ; d. unm. 

143. Samuel, b. Dec. 8, 1726 ; m. Anna Holyoke, 

Nov., 1762; d. May 29, 1801. 

144. Edward, b. Oct. 19, 1728; m. Elizabeth Ger- 

rish, Nov. 14, 1758 ; d. Jan. 24, 1818. 

145. Foxwell Curtis, b. Sept. 9, 1730; m. Mary 

Goodwin; d. May, 1761. 

146. Richard, b. Aug. 16, 1732 ; m. Sarah Frost, 

May 19, 1763; d. 

147. Mary, b. Jan. 27, 1734; m. Chas. Chauncey, 

May 21, 1756; d. April 23, 1758. 

148. Thomas, b. April 5, 1736; m. Elizabeth Scam- 

mon, Aug. 24, 1762; d. Jan. 10, 1821. 

149. Eunice, b. July 29, 1739; d. unm., 1794. 
Mrs. Eunice C. Cutts d. Mar. ^0, 1795, sb. 97 yrs. 10 

mos. and 7 days. Her husband is supposed to have 

*Louisbourg, 1745, and eight years Councillor in Maine. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 25 

passed away before 1790. His youngest son, Thomas, 
makes mention in one of his account-books of a legacy 
left him by his father, which he received in 1790. 

47 

Sarah Cutt, daughter of Richard and Joanna 
(Wills) Cutt, married"^ Roger Mitchell, Nov. 13, 1717, 
the ceremony being performed by Rev. John New- 
march. 

150. Sarah, b. Sept. 9, 1718; m. Judge Jonathan 

Sayward; d. Sept. 12, 1775. 

49 

Thomas Cutt, son of Richard and Joanna (Wills) 
Cutt, married Dorcas Hammond, daughter of Judge 
Jos. and Hannah (Storer) Hammond, Apr. 28, 1724. 

151. Mary, b. Apr. 30, 1726; d. Mar. 28, 1730. 

152. Lucy, b. May 26, 1728; d. Mar. 14, 1745. 

153. John, b. Aug. 28, 1730; d. y. 

154. Thomas, b. Nov. 23, 1732; m. Elizabeth Don- 

nell, 1758-9; d. Nov. 29, 1800. 

155. Robert, b. Sept. 19, 1734 ; m. (1) Lydia Fernald, 

Nov. 18, 1758; (2) M. P. Wentworth, 1766; 
d. Mar. 17, 1810. 

156. Joseph, b. Aug. 2, 1736; m. Mary Stevenson, 

Nov. 2, 1758; d. 1808. 

157. Hannah, b. Apr. 23, 1740; m. Mr. Wood- 

bridge; d. 

158. Samuel, b. Sept. 20, 1744; m. Sarah Hill, 

1767; d. Nov. 16, 1820. 

53 

Edward Cutt, son of Richard and Joanna (Wills) 
Cutt, married Miss;Welsh. 

159. Edward (Jr.). 



26 CuTTs Genealogy. 

55 

Joanna Cutt, daugliter of Richard and Joanna 
(Wills) Cutt, married Capt. Timothy Gerrish, April 
12, 1739. 

160. Joanna Cutts, b. ; m. Chas. Chauncy, 1760; 

d. Aug. 80, 1809. 

161. Timothy, b. 1755 (?); m. Mi«s Patterson ; d. 

Dec. 30, 1815. 

162. Elliott, b. ; m. Elizabeth Deering, Nov. 16, 

1772; d. 

163. Samuel, Capt., b. ; m. 

164. Sarah, b. 1767 ; m. Daniel Harte ; d. Mar. 3, 

J 789. 

165. Elizabeth, b. ; m. Mr. Yeaton ; d. 

166. Lucy, b. ; d. unm. 

167. Jane, b. ; m. Daniel Raynes, May 21, 1784 

(see 368) ; d. Feb. 28, 1825. 

168. Robert, b, ; drowned in 1820. 

169. Richard, b. ; d. unm. 

57 

Robert Elliott, son of Humphrey and Elizabeth 
(Cutt) Elliott, married (1) Elizabeth Screven, Feb. 5, 
1720-21 ; (2) Elizabeth Harford, Jan. 25, 1725-6. 

170. Artemus, b. ; m. Mary Burnham, June 22, 

1744; d. 1760. 

171. Humphrey, b. ; m. Catherine Booth, Nov. 

13,1744; d. 

172. Dorothy, b. 

173. Elizabeth, b. ; m. Benj. Williamson (?); d. 
Mrs. Eliz. (Harford) Elliott married (2) William 

Emms, in 1728. (See N. E. Hist. Genealogical Regis- 
ter for January, 1890.) 



CuTTS Genealogy. 27 

67 

William Screven, sou of Rev. William and Bridget 
(Cutt) Screven, married Catherine Stoll, daughter of 
Justinias Stoll. 

174. John, b. ; m. Miss Gueriu; d. 

175. James, b. 1704 ; m. Mary Smith, 1736 ; d. 1758. 



176. 


Samuel, b. 


;d. 






177. 


Chaeles, b. 


; d. 






178. 


Benjamin, b. 


; d. 






179. 


William, b. 


; m. 


^ 




180. 


ROBEKT, b. 


; m. 


, 




Mrs. 

•72. 


Catherine S. Screven m. 


(2) Rev. Francis 


Pelot, 



69 

Elisha Screven married Hannah Johnson, daughter 
of Jos. Johnson, 1724. 

181. Joseph, b. June 4, 1725; d. 

182. Elisha, b. Feb. 14, 1726; d. y. 
18B. William, b. Feb. 16, 1728; d. y. 

184. Elisha, b. July 18, 1739; m. Rebecca ; d. 

185. Joshua, b. Nov. 1, 1733; d. 

186. Samuel, b. Mar. 20, 1735; d. 

187. Elizabeth, b. Dec. 13, 1738 ; m. James 

Fowler ; d. 

188. William, b. Oct. 14, 1742 ; d. 

189. Hannah, b. Jan. 3, 1745 ; prob. unm. 

190. Benjamin, b. Apr. 2(5, 1750; m. (1) M. Brock- 

inton, Nov. 21, 1771 ; (2) M. Thomson, Nov., 
1775 ; (3) E. Futhey, Mar., 1780; d. Apr. 10, 
1785. 
Mrs. Hannah J. Screven d. Dec. 3, 1771, ae. 62. 



28 CuTTS Genealogy. 

70 

John Moore, son of Capt. John and Sarah (Cutt) 
Moore, married Eliza Fernald. 

191. Dennis, b. Dec. 25, 1743; d. 

192. Mary, b. Apr. 26, 1746 ; d. 

193. John, b. June 25, 1748; m. Sarali Chauncy, 

Apr. 13, 1786 (?) ; d. 

194. Ebenezer, b. Mar. 28, 1750 ; d. 

78 
William Bryar, son of William and Mary (Cutt) 
Bryar, married Elizabeth Weekes, May 11, 1728. 

195. William (Jr.), b. June 6, 1734 ; d. 

196. Nicholas, b. July 31, 1736; m. Ruth Wilson, 

Nov. 14, 1759; d. 

197. Richard, b. July 13, 1740; d. 

198. Samuel, b. Mar. 14, 1743 ; m. Margery Nor- 

ton, Aug. 3, 1788 ; d. 

199. Elihu, b. Dec. 9, 1746; m. Elizabetli Wilson, 

1775 ; d. 

200. Robert, b. Oct. 21, 1750 ; m. Sarali Wilson, 

Dec. 1, 1775; d. 

79 

Mary Bryar, daughter of William and Mary 
(Cutt) Bryar, married Andrew Haley, Aug. 7, 1727. 

201. Andrew (Jr.), b. ; m. Elizabeth Lewis, 

1754; d. 

202. Elizabeth, b. ; m. Josiali Hutchings, Sept. 

20,1755; d. 

203. JosiAH, b. ; m. Susanna Hanscom, 1765; d. 

204. Pelatiah, b. ; m. Elizabeth Lewis, 1765 ; d. 

80 

Rebecca Bryar, daughter of William and Mary 
(Cutt) Bryar, married William Tapley, Mar. 19, 1726. 

205. Thomas, b. Oct. 20, 1728; d. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 29 

206. Saeah, b. Oct. 20, 1728 ; d. 

207. Mary, b. 1729; d. 

208. William, b. 1731 ; d. 

209. Elizabeth, b. 1734 ; d. 

81 
Sarah Bryar, daughter of William and Mary (Cutt) 
Bryar, married Caleb Hutchings, Feb. 15, 1737. 

210. Sarah, b. ; m. Wilson, 1772. 

211. Caleb, b ; d. 

212. Eunice, b. ; d. 

83 
Mary Cutt, daughter of Kobert and Dorcas (Ham- 
mond) Cutt, married Wm. Whipple, May 16, 1722. 

213. Maey, b. Jan. 13, 1728-9; m. Robt. Traill, 

Sept. 1, 1748; d. Oct. 3, 1791. 

214. William, b.. Jan. 14, 1730-1 ; m. K. Moffatt ; 

d. Nov. 10, 1785. 

215. Hannah, b. Feb. 15, 1734; m. J. Brackett, M. 

D., s. p., Apr. 14, 1760; d. Apr. 80, 1805. 

216. Robert Cutt, b. Apr. 6, 1736 ; d. unm., May 4, 

1761. 

217. Joseph, b. Feb. 14, 1738 ; m. Hannah Billings, 

s. p., Oct. 9, 1762 ; d. Feb. 26, 1816. 
Wm. Whipple, Sr., d. Aug. 7, 1751 ; Mrs. Whipple, 
d. Feb. 24, 1783. 

84 
Katherine Cutt, daughter of Robert and Dorcas 
(Hammond) Cutt, married Hon. John Moffatt, Aug. 20, 
1723. 

218. Elizabeth, b. 1725 ; m. Hon. John Sherburne ; d. 

219. Katherine, b. 1734 ; m. AVm. Whipple (see 

214); d. Nov. 25, 1821. 



30 CuTTS Genealogy. 

220. Mehitable, b. 1736 ; m. Wm. Knight * s. p.; d. 

221. Samuel, b. Sept., 1738 ; m. Sarah C. Mason, 

Feb. 1, 1764; d. 
Hon. John Moffatt d. Jan. 22, 1786, se. 94. 

85 
Mehitable Cutt, daughter of Kobert and Dorcas 
(Hammond) Cutt, married Jotham Odiorne, Dec. 29, 
1725. 

222. Egbert, b. 1726 ; d. unm., 1762. 

223. JoTHAM, b. 1728 ; m. Sarah Meserve ; d. 

224. Mehitable, b. 1733; m. Wm. Earl Treadwell, 

Nov. 21, 1764; d. Jan., 1820. 

225. Samuel, b. 1735; m. Miss Deering, 1757; d. 

1758. 

226. Daniel, b. 1738; m. Abigail Vickerey, Dec. 3, 

1764; d. Apr., 1814. 

227. Mary, b. 1741; m. Peter Pearse, 1758; d. 

July 22, 1817. 

228. Sarah, b. 1743; m. (1) Henry Appleton, (2) 

Wm. Appleton ; (3) Dan'l Hart, Apr. 11, 1790. 
Jotham Odiorne, Sr., d. May 19, 1761. 

87 
Mary Shipway, daughter of John and Sarah 
(Frost) Shipway, married Rev. Jeremiah Wise, 1708. 

229. Sarah, b. June 22, 1709; d. July 28, 1709. 

230. Abigail, b. June 22, 1709 ; m. Mr. Moore ; d. 

231. Jeremiah (Jr.), b. Sept. 11, 1711 ; d. July 22, 

1712. 

232. John, b. Aug. 7, 1713; m. Elizabeth Malcolm, 

Feb. 6, 1740; d. June 25, 1758. 

233. Shipway, b. Sept. 22, 1715. 

234. Mary, b. Apr. 27, 1718. 

*Bre water's Rambles. No. 28 and No. 57. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 31 

235. Jeremiah, b. Nov. 26, 1720; m. Abigail Place, 

1776. 

236. Sarah, b. Apr. 1, 1722 ; m. James Plaisted. 

237. Joseph, b. July 25, 1 725 ; m. Elizabeth Pearson. 
Rev. Jeremiah Wise d. Jan. 20, 1756, se. 76. 

90 

Hannah Pemberton, daughter of James and Han- 
nah (Penhallow) Pemberton, married Benjamin Col- 
man Merchant. 

238. Mary, b. ; m. Rev. Ephraim Ward of 

Brookfield, Mass., Oct. 13, 1777 ; d. Oct. 27, 
1809. 

239. Hannah, b. 

240. Sarah, b. 

241. William, b. 

242. Benjamin, b. 

97 
John Penhallow, son of John and Elizabeth (But- 
ler) Penhallow, married Sarah Wentworth, daughter 
of Hunting and Elizabeth (Wibird) Wentworth, 1749. 

243. Richard Wibird, b. June 24, 1750 ; d. May 28, 

1785. 

244. John, b. May 10, 1752 ; d. y. 

245. Elizabeth, h. July 9, 1755 ; d. y. 

246. Samuel, b. June 9, 1757; m. Hannah Sher- 

burne, Jan. 25, 1784; d. Apr. 28, 1805. 

247. John, b. July 10, 1758 ; H. C, 1777 ; m. Sarah 

Phillips. 

248. Sarah, b. July 24, 1759; d. unm. 

249. Thomas, b. Aug. 29, 1760; m Hannah Bun- 

bury; d. Sej)t. 16, 1784. 

250. Mary, b. Dec. 18, 1761 ; m. Daniel Austin, 

July 22, 1787. 

251. Elizabeth, b. Mar. 25, 1764 ; d. 1765. 



32 CuTTS Genealogy. 

252. HuNKiNG, b. Nov. 3, 1766 ; m. Harriet Pearce; 

d. 1826. 

253. Benjamin, b. Sept. 29, 1768; m. (1) Lucy 

Hart, Jan. 7, 1796; (2) Susan (Pearce) 
Black ; d. Sept. 12, 1839. 
Mrs. Sarah (Wentwortli) Penhallow d. June 3, 1773. 

98 

Anne Vassall, daughter of Major Leonard and 
Phoebe (Penhallow) Vassall, married John Borland of 
Boston, Mass., Feb. 20, 1750. 

254. Phcebe, b. Oct. 22, 1752; m. George Spooner; 

d. 1838. 

255. John Lindall, b. Aug. 18, 1754; d. in Eng- 
land, Nov. 16, 1825. 

256. Francis (M. D.), b. Apr., 1756 ; m. Miss Bow- 

ers, 1783 ; d. 1826. 

257. Jane, b. Oct., 1757 ; m. Jonathan Simpson. 

258. Leonard Vassall, b. July 1, 1759 ; m. Miss 

Sarah Lloyd ; d. 1800. 

259. James, b. 1761; d. unm. 

260. William, b. 1763 ; d. in Savannah, Ga., 1780. 

261. Samuel, b. 1765; H. C, 1786 ; m. 

262. Anna, b. 1767; d. unm., 1776. 

263. Elizabeth PooLE, b. 1769; d. unm., 1776. 

264. Thomas Alleyne, b. 1771 ; d. unm. 

265. Sarah, b. 1773; d. unm. 
John Borland d. June 5, 1775, se. 47. 

Mrs. Anne (Vassall) Borland m. (2) Wm. Knight 
(her cousin), Apr. 27, 1784. (See 104.) 

99 

Katherine Dummer, daughter of John and Eliza- 
beth (Penhallow) Dummer, married Hon. Enoch Bart- 
lett of Haverhill, Mass., Aug., 1755. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 33 

266. Elizabeth, b. Tuesday, July 6, 1756 ; m. Hon. 

Nathaniel Sparhawk, Apr. 26, 1780; d. June 
29, 1782. 

267. Enoch (Jr.), b. Dec. 28, 1758 (Thursday) ; 

bapt. by Rev. Mr. Bass, Feb. 6, 1759; d. 
Apr. 25, 1763. 

268. Catherine, b. Monday, July 4, 1761 ; d. unm., 

1788. 

100 

John Dummer (Jr.), son of John and Elizabeth (Pen- 
hallow) Dummer, married Hannah Titcomb, daughter 
of Josiah and Martha (Rolf) Titcomb, Nov., 1754. 

269. Elizabeth, b. Thursday, Nov. 4, 1756 ; bapt. 

by Rev. Mr. Parson; d. Apr. 15, 1779. 

270. Mary, b. Dec. 11, 1758; bapt. by Rev. Mr. 

Lowell; d. Feb. 10, 1760. 
John Dummer d. July 13, 1770. 

103 

Deborah Knight, daughter of William and De- 
borah (Penhallow) Knight, married Nathaniel Adams, 
1752. 

271. Elizabeth, b. 1754; m. John Raynes, s. p.; d. 

1834. 
Nath'l Adams died. 

Mrs. Deborah (Knight) Adams married Henry Car- 
ter and had 

272. Benj. Gambling, b. 

106 

Samuel Cutt, son of John and Elizabeth Cutt, 
married Sarah Savell, Sept. 18, 1735, and died 1737-8, 
leaving no childi'en as far as can be ascertained. 
5 



34 CuTTS Genealogy. 

107 

Hannah Cutt, daughter of Samuel and Haunah 
(Perkins) Cutt, married Benjamin Stokes, Apr. 12, 
1740. (See 34.) 

273. Rebecca, m. Mr. Montjoy or Munjoy. 
Benjamin Stokes (Miller) died in 1756. 

108 

Richard Waldron, son of Eicliard and Elinor 
(Vaughan) Waldron, married Elizabeth Westbrooke, 
daughter of Col. Thos. Westbrooke and Mary (Sher- 
burne) Westbrooke, Dec. 31, 1718. 

274. Richard, b. Dec. 20, 1719; lost at sea, 1745. 

275. Thomas Westbrooke, b. July 26, 1721; m. 

Constance Davis ; d. Apr. 3, 1785. 

276. William, b Mar. 8, 1723; d. Sept. 22, 1741. 

277. Elizabeth, b. Feb., 1729-30 ; d. Apr. 3, 1732. 

278. George, b. May 1, 1732 ; m. Esther Harvey, 

Feb. 11, 1754; d. Sept. 1, 1805. 

279. Elizabeth, b. May 17, 1734; d. 1735. 

280. Elinor, b. Nov. 13, 1736; d. 1741. 

281. William, b. Dec. 12, 1741 ; d. 1743. 
Mrs. E. W. Waldron died Oct. 16, 1758. 

109 

Margaret Waldron, daughter of Richard and Elinor 
(Vaughan) Waldron, married Eleazer Russell, May 18, 
1721. 

282. Eleazer, b. May 21, 1722 ; d. unm., Sept. IS, 

1798. 

283. Eleanor, b. Feb. 7, 1723-4; d. unm. 

284. Margaret, b. Nov. 12, 1726; d. unm. 

285. Benjamin, b. Apr. 3, 1729 ; d. unm., Nov., 

1756 ; the master of a ship on coast of Africa. 

286. Martha, b. Nov. 5, 1732; d. unm., Sept. 21, 

1798. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 35 

287. Anna, b. Oct. 6, 1734; d. unm., Feb. 28, 

1816. 
Eleazer Russell (i^r.) died in 1764. He was sheriff 
for the Province, 1723-1741; a member of the Gen- 
eral Assembly and speaker ^/"o tern., 1756-58. 

110 

William Waldron, son of Richard and Elinor 
(Vaughan) Waldron, married Eliza Allen of Martha's 
Vineyard, 1721. He graduated from Harvard College 
in 1717, and M^as ordained pastor of the "New Brick 
Church," in 1721, after a theological course of study. 

288. Elizabeth, b. 1722 ; m. Col. Jos. Quincy, 1756. 

289. Parnel, b. 1724. 

290. Elinor, b. 1724. 

291. Francis, b. 1726. 

Rev. Cotton Mather, in referring to Rev. Wm. Wal- 
dron's death, says : " He died nobly ; so to die is indeed 
no dying ; 'tis but flying away Avith the wings of the 
morning, into the Paradise of God." 

Ill 

Anne Waldron, daughter of Richard and Elinor 
(Vaughan) Waldron, married Rev. Henry Rust of 
Stratbam, N. H., 1719. 

292. Nathaniel, b. Oct. 29, 1720; d. unm., 1740. 

293. Anna, b. June, 13, 1722; d. unm. 

294. Mary, b. Aug. 1, 1724 ; d. unm. 

295. Henry, b. Jan. 22, 1726 ; m. Ann Harvey, 

1750; d. Mar. 17, 1807. 

296. William, b. Nov. 18, 1728 ; d. unm. 

297. Eleanor, b. Nov. 13, 1730 ; m. Andrew Folsom, 

1753. 

298. Richard (M. D.), b. May 27, 1733 ; m. Martha 

Wiggins, s. p.; d. Jan. 19, 1786. 



2,6 CuTTs Genealogy. 

Rev. Henry Rust, born in Ipswieli, Mass., graduated 
from Harvard College in 1T07, and died Nov. 20, 1749, 
£6. 63. 

lis 

Abigail Waldron, daughter of Richard and Elinor 
(Vaughan) Waldron, married Judge Richard Salton- 
stall, Jan. 6, 1726. 

299. Abigail, b. Oct. 5, 1728 ; m. Col. George Wat- 

son, s. p. 

300. Elizabeth, b. June 5, 1730 ; d. Oct. 19, 1737. 

301. Richard, b. Apr. 5, 1732; H. C, 1751 ; d. Oct. 

6, 1785. 

302. William, b. Nov. 2, 1733 ; d. Nov. 15, 1733. 

303. William, b. Oct. 17, 1734 ; d. Oct. 25, 1737. 

114 

William King, son of Captain Daniel and Mary 
(Vaughan) King, married Abigail Atkinson Oberiie, 
daughter of Dr. James and Abigail (Atkinson) Oberne, 
and niece of Theo. Atkinson, 3d. 

304. George, b. ; m. Susanna Sparhawk, s. p.. 

May 12, 1771 ; d. 1786. 

305. Abigail, b. ; m. John Sparhawk (Jr.), Jan. 

12, 1769. 

306. James Flatus, b. ; m. E. Waldron, Jan. 7, 

1740. 

307. William, b. ; m. Mary Wendell. 

308. Charles, b. ; d. y. 

309. Thomas, b. ; m. Mrs. Brotton. 

310. Mary, b. ; m.; Hon. David Humphrey, 

1769 ; d. June 7, 1798. 

115 

Sarah Vaughan, daughter of George and Elizabeth 
(Eliot) Vaughan, married Dr. John Ross, who died 
in 1752, in Portsmouth, N. H. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 37 

311. Elizabeth, b. ; m. Hugh Thornton, Dec. 

4, 1786. 

312. Jean, b. 

313. Saeah, b. 

314. William, b. 

315. Francis, b. ; m. Margaret , and d. 

before 1752, leaving one son, John. 

119 

Elizabeth Vaughan, daughter of George and 
Elizabeth (Elliott) Vaughan, married Wm. Bennett. 

316. Elizabeth, b. ; m. Moses Wingate, 

1762. 

317. William, b. ; d. unm., 1761, 

318. George, b. ; d. unm., 1759. 

319. Eliot Vaughan, b. Sept., 1747; d. y. 
Wm. Bennett (Sr.), d. in 1767. 

121 

Elliott Vaughan, son of George and Elizabeth 
(Elliott) Vaughan, married Anna Gerrish, daughter of 
Col. Timothy and Sarah (Elliott) Gerrish, Mar. 14, 
1738. 

■ 320. Sarah, b. Apr., 1739 ; m Jotham Rindge ; d. 
Feb., 1826. 

321. William, b. Mar. 3, 1745; m. (1) Abigail Jor- 

dan, Nov. 3, 1768; (2) Eliz. Jordan, 1772; 
d. June 19,1826. 

322. George, b. Apr. 26, 1747 ; m. 

323. Elizabeth Caroline, b. May 20, 1750; d. y. 

324. Jane, b. June 7, 1752; m. A. B. Wise, June 

14, 1775; d. Jan. 7, 1831. 

325. Eliot, b. June 29, 1755; d. y. 

326. Margaret, b. Aug. 14, 1758 ; d. unm., 

1788. 



38 CuTTS Genealogy. 

Elliott Vauglian was a mercliant in Portsmoiitli, N. 
H., until bis death, for wliicli career lie was specially 
educated. 

Mrs. Anna (Gerrish) Vauglian d. May, 1786. 

Mary Vaughan, daughter of George and Elizabeth 
(Elliott) Vangban, married Cutt Shannon, Dec. 3, 1741. 

327. Richard Cutts, b. May 9, 1743 ; m. Elizabeth 

Uuggles ; d. Apr. 7, 1822. 

328. Mary, b. 1744 ; d. nnm., July 27, 1827. 

329. Eleanor, b. Nov. 9, 174h; d. unm., 18.U. 

330. William, b. Jan. 6, 1748 ; m. (1) Eleanor Ger- 

rish, Aug. 2, 1782; (2) Jane Jordan, 1809, 
s. p. ; d. July, 1816. 

331. Thomas, b. Jan. 17, 1749 ; m. L. Watson, Feb. 

28, 1771; d. May 29, 1800. 

332. James Noble, b. 1751; m. Chloe Crane; d. 

Nov. 7, 1822. 

333. Nathaniel, b. June 3, 1754; m. Mary Dow. 

Mar. 18, 1781 ; d. July 27, 1826. 

125 

Nathaniel Gerrish, son of Nathaniel and Bridget 
(Vaughan) Gerrish, married Lydia Pierce, July 24, 
1730. 

334. Alexander, b. 1731 ; m. Sarah ; d. 

335. Thomas. 

126 

Captain William Gerrish, son of Nathaniel and 
Bridget (Vaughan) Gerrish, married Maiy Preble, 
Feb. 19, 1736. 

336. John, b. Mar., 1738; m. 

337. Bridget, b. Oct., 1739. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 39 

338. Jedediah, b. 1744. 

339. Hannah, b. 1746. 

197 

Major Charles Gerrish, son of Nathaniel and 
Bridget (Vanghan) Gerrish, married Mary Frost. 

340. William, b. June 27, 1744; m. Esther Parker, 

Apr. 3, 1767. 

341. Chakles (Jr.), b. Oct. 18, 1746; m. Phoebe 

Blethen, Aug. 7, 1770. 

342. Nathaniel, b. Apr. 7, 1751 ; m. Sarah Mar- 

riner, Oct. 3, 1777. 

343. George, b. June 16, 1753; m. Mary Mitchell, 

Dec. 20, 1781; d. May 23, 1814. 

344. James, b. 1755 ; d. Revolutionary war, 1775. 

345. Maey, b. 1757 ; in. Abner Harris and settled 

in Lewiston. 
Major Charles Gerrish went to Falmouth in 1748. 
He was the first settler of the town of Durham (then 
Royals borough), and Ms name appears several times 
on its early records as Moderator of the Plantation 
meetings. 

1S9 

Bridget Gerrish, daughter of Nathaniel and 
Bridget (Vaughan) Gerrish, married Thomas Butler, 
son of Captain Moses and Mercy (Wentworth) Butler, 
Mar. 10, 1757.* 

346. MosES, b. ; bapt. Berwick, June 4, 1758. 

347. William, b. ; bapt. Berwick ; d. y. 

348. Elizabeth, b. ; bapt. June 6, 1760; m. 

William Chadwick, May 18, 1780. 

349. Nathaniel, b. July 5, 1761 ; m. Tabitha Joy, 

1790 ; d. Nov. 25, 1841. 

350. Thomas, bapt. June 19, 1763 ; m. Olive Abbott. 

* See "Thomas Butler and Ms descendants," by George H. Butler, M. D. 



40 CuTTS Genealogy. 

351. Mary, b. ; m. Isaac Gerrish (Jr.), s. p., May 

8, 1788. 

352. Sarah, b. ; m. Stephen Li})by, Apr, 17, 

1799; d. Dec. 15, 1851. 

353. Eunice, b. 

354. Hannah, b. ; m. Barnabas Sawyer, s. p. 

355. Bridget, b. ; m. William Heard, Mar. 12, 

1792. 

356. Meroy, b. ; m. Jacob Stone. 

357. Susan, b. ; m. (1) Rook Thurston, 1800 ; 

(2) Stephen Edgerly. 

358. William, b. ; m. Lois Littlefield, Aug. 27, 

1803; d. Mar. 20, 1838. 

131 

Nathaniel Shannon, son of Nathaniel and Abigail 
(Vaughan) Shannon, married Alice Frost, daughter of 
Samuel Frost of New Castle, Nov. 10, 1737. 

359. G-Eo. Walker, bapt. July 23, 1738 ; d. in early 

life. 

360. Nath'l (Jr.), bapt. Apr. 20, 1740; m. (1) 

Anne Card. (2) Eliz. D. Kitson. 

361. Abigail, bapt. Mar. 7, 1742; m. Geo. Bryant; 

d. before 1787. 

362. Margaret, b. ; m. Capt. Wra. Parker ; d. 

before 1785. 
Mrs. Alice (Frost) Shannon m. (2) Chas. Hight and 
d. Oct. 25, 1780. 

134 
-f^ ^; Eunice Raynes, married Capt. John Stone, son of 

^ Benj. and Miriam (Preble) Stone. 

363. Benjamin, U 

364. Elizabeth, b. 1762 ; m. Mr. David Hyslip, 

s. p., d. 1808. 

365. Mary, b. ; m. Joseph Tucker. 



CuTTs Genealogy. 41 

Mrs. Eunice (Raynes) Stone and her daughter, Mrs. 
Hyslip, were buried in the old bury ing-gro and at 
York, Me., where the stones are still to be seen. 

Mr. David Hyslip, who died in 1822, was a son of 
Wm. Hyslip who came from Scotland. His death 
ended the name. His sister, Miss Elizabeth Hyslip, 
married Gov. Increase Sumner. 

135 

Francis Raynes (Deacon), son of Nath'l and Eliz- 
abeth (Cutts) Kaynes, married (1) Jane Payne ; (2) 
Jane Raynes, daughter of Nath'l and Eliz. (Payne) 
Raynes, Nov. 15, 1753. 

366. Mary, b. 1743-4; m. Sam'l Norwood, May 5, 

1769; d. Feb., 1785. 

367. Nathaniel, b. 1746 ; m. Mary Bridge, Dec. 7, 

1786 ; d. Feb. 6, 1832. 

368. Daniel, b. 1747 ; m. Jane Gerrish, Apr. 17, 

1783; d. Apr. 25, 1828. 

369. John, b. ; m. Eliz. Adams (see 260) s. p. 
Mrs. Jane P. Raynes d. Mar. 28, 1792. 

370. Eleanoe, b. ; m. Mr. Moulton, s. p. 

136 

Robert Raynes, son of Nathaniel and Elizabeth 
(Cutt) Raynes, married Elizabeth Raynes, daughter of 
Francis Raynes, pub. Feb. 1, 1743. 

371. Elizabeth, b. Feb. 21, 1745; m. Capt. Joseph 

Harris. 

372. Joshua, b. July 9, 1748; d. y. 

373. Robert (Jr.), b. Apr. 30, 1751 ; m. (1) Lydia 

Bragdon, Nov. 1, 1781 ; (2) Mrs. Lucy Chap- 
man; d. Aug. 20, 1836. 

374. Catherine, b. June 18, 1753; m. Mr. Clemens. 

375. Joanna, b. Jan. 17, 1756; m. Mr. Trivot. 

6 



42 CuTTS Genealogy. 

Kobert Raynes m. (2) Jane Gerrish, dau. of Timothy 
Gerrish. 

376. Benjamin, b. Jan. 3, 1771; m. Elizabeth Payne, 
Mar. 28, 1792. 

137 

Eleanor Raynes m. Marston. 



377. 
378. 
379. 



b. 
b. 
b. 



m. Haynes. 

m. Johnson. 

m. (1) Barker ; (2) 



Weeks. 

380. Lucy, b. Dec, 1754; m. (1) Samuel Chap- 

man ; (2) Robt. Raynes; d. Mar. 16, 1851. 

141 

Robert Cutts, son of Richard and Eunice (Curtis) 
Cutts, married Hannah Bartlett, June 9, 1745. 

381. Sarah, b. Oct. 4, 1746; d. May 12, 1748. 

382. Saeah, b. Mar. 5, 1749-50 ; m. Benj. Fitz, 1772; 

d. July 14, 1801. 

383. Eunice, b. Mar. 15, 1752; m. Jon. Sawyer, 

1773. 

384. Noah, b. Dec. 30, 1754; m. Mary Wilson, 

Mar. 21, 1796. 

385. Robert, b. July 3, 1764; d. unm. 

386. Richard, b. Apr. 14, 1767 ; d. unm. 

143 

Samuel Cutts, son of Richard and Eunice (Curtis) 
Cutts, married Anna Holyoke, daughter of Rev. Ed- 
ward and Margaret (Appleton) Holyoke, Nov., 1762. 

387. Edward, b. Sept., 1763 ; m. Mary Carter, Apr., 

1796; d. Sept. 20, 1824. 

388. Eliza Eppes, b. May 5, 1765 ; m. Nath. Car- 

ter (Jr.), May 1, 1788; d. June, 1857. 

389. Samuel (Jr.),b. Sept., 1766; d. unm., Dec, 1797- 




c/tt^n/p^^y^. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 43 

390. Anna HoLroKE, b. Nov., 1767; d. unm., Aug 

30, 1788. 

391. Charles, b. Jan. 30, 1769; m. Lucy H. South 

all, 1812; d. Jan., 1846. 

392. Geoege, b. Mar. 16, 1771 (merchant) ; d. unm. 

Dec, 1824. 

393. Priscilla, b. May 24, 1773; m. Jos. Storer, 

Sept. 3, 1808 ; d. Feb. 19, 1860. 

394. Sydney, b. June 17, 1775 ; d. unm., Feb 26, 1792 

395. Hampden, b. Mar. 7, 1777; d. unm., Jan. 29 

1802. 
Mrs. Anna (Holyoke) Cutts died March 28, 1812. 

144 

Edward Cutts, son of Eichard and Eunice (Curtis) 
Cutts, married Elizabeth, daughter of Col. Timothy and 
Sarah (Elliot) Gerrish, Nov. 14, 1758, who died 1810. 

396. Wm. Richard, b. ; m. (1) Lydia Johnson, 

(2) Abigail Junkins. 

397. Edward, b. ; m. Mary Sheafe, June 24, 

1812, s. p.; d. Aug. 22, 1844. 

398. Mary, b. May 28, 1764 ; m. Rev. Asa Piper, 

Apr. 6, 1788; d. Jan. 4, 1802. 

399. Sarah, b. ; m. Wm. Cutts, Oct. 16, 1808 

(see 423); d. Jan., 1828. 

145 

Foxwell Curtis Cutts, son of Richard and Eunice 
(Curtis) Cutts, married Mary Goodwin of Berwick, Me., 
1756. 

400. Richard Foxwell, b. June 3, 1757; m. Eliza- 

beth Cutts (see 415), Jan., 1785 ; d. Sept. 1, 
1830. 

401. Samuel, b. May 3, 1759 ; d. y. 

402. William, b. Apr. 26, 1761 ; d. unm., 1780. 



44 CuTTS Genealogy. 

146 

Richard Cutts (Jr.), son of Ricliard and Eunice (Cur- 
tis) Cutts, married Sarah Frost, daughter of John 
and Sarah (Gerrish) Frost, May 19, 1763. 

403. Joseph, b. July 5, 1764 ; m. Mary Chauneey, 

Apr. 10, 1790; d. July 3, 1861. 

404. RiCHAED, b. Nov. 25, 1765 ; m. Joanna Raynes, 

1814. 

405. Sarah, b. Aug. 31, 1767 ; m. Capt. Daniel 

Bartlett, Nov. 29, 1786. 

406. Mary, b. Sept. 13, 1768 ; m. William Pepper- 

rell Frost, Aug. 4, 1793, s. p.; d. soon. 

407. John, b. Oct. 9, 1770. 

408. Joanna, b. July 18, 1772 ; d. unm., 1792. 

409. Eunice, b. Jan. 31, 1774 ; m. Thomas Cutts, 

1813 ; d. 1821. 

410. Elizabeth, b. May 24, 1782 ; m. Francis Raynes 

(see 823) 
Richard Cutts (Jr.), served as Special Justice of the 
Court of Common Pleas in 1747-1761. 

147 

Mary Cutts, daughter of Richard and Eunice (Cur- 
tis) Cutts, married Charles Chauneey, May 21, 1756. 

411. Charles (Jr.)^ b. 1757; d. in infancy, 1757. 
Mrs. Chauneey and her infant son lie buried in the 

old Cutts burying-ground on Cutts Island, in Kittery 
Point, Me., and the stone is still standing. 

148 

Thomas Cutts, son of Richard and Eunice (Curtis) 
Cutts, married Elizabeth Scammon, daughter of Do- 
minicus and Rebecca (Smith) Scammon, of Saco, Me., 
Aug. 21, 1762. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 45 

412. Mary, b. July 19, 1763 ; m. Samuel Abbott, 

June 24, 1778 ; d. Mar. 27, 1796. 

413. FoxwELL, b. Apr. 7, 1765 ;m. (1) Sarah Scam- 

mon, 1789; m. (2) Hannali D. Page, 1807; 
d. June 6, 1816. 

414. Elizabeth, b. Dec. 30, 1766; m. R. F. Cutts, 

Jan. 9, 1785 ; d. Feb. 10, 1810. 

415. Thomas (Jr.), b. June 8, 1769 ; m. Mary Cook, 

June, 1807 ; d. July 17, 1839. 

416. Richard, b. June 28, 1771; m. Anna Payne, 

Mar. 31, 1804 ; d. Apr., 1845. 

417. Sarah, b. Mar. 20, 1774; m. T. G. Thornton, 

Nov. 26, 1793; d. Nov. 7, 1845. 

418. DoMmicus, b. May 4, 1778; m. Polly Chad- 

bourne, Apr., 1832 ; d. May 9, 1844. 

419. Eunice, b. May 30, 1782; m. Samuel Nye, 

Sept. 20, 1805 ; d. Oct. 26, 1853. 
Mrs. Elizabeth (Scammon) Cutts died Jan. 11, 1803. 

150 

Sarah Mitchell, daughter of Roger and Sarah 
(Cutts) Mitchell, married Jonathan Sayward, Esq., 
pub. Nov. 13, 1736. 

420. Sarah (Sally), b. Jan. 22, 1738 ; m. Nathaniel 

Barren, Nov. 23, 1758 ; d. Apr. 23, 1805. 
Mrs. Sarah (Mitchell) Sayward died Sept. 12, 1775, 
and was buried in the old burial ground at York Vil- 
lage, Me.; Jonathan Sayward died May 8, 1797, se. 84. 

154 

Thomas Cutts (Jr.), son of Thomas and Dorcas 
(Hammond) Cutts, married Elizabeth Donnell, 1758-9. 

421. Thomas Donnell, b. June 8, 1760; m. Joanna 

Staples, June 5, 1781. 

422. Theodore, b. July 24, 1764; prob. d. y. 



46 CuTTs Genealogy. 

423. William, b. ; m. (1) Anna Kent, Nov. 17, 

1796; (2) Sarah Cutts, Oct. 16, 1808; d. 
June 24, 1818. 

424. Elizabeth, b. ; d. y. 

425. Elizabeth, b. ; d. y. 

Mrs. Elizabeth (Donnell) Cutts d. Apr. 29, 1800. 
Thomas Cutts d. Nov. 29, 1800. 

155 

Robert Cutts, son of Thomas and Dorcas 
(Hammond) Cutts, married Lydia Fernald, Nov. 18, 
1758. 

426. John, b. 1759; m. Abigail Johnson, Dec. 29, 

1782 ; d. 1885. (?) 

427. Joseph, b. 1761 ; m. Polly Jacobs. 

428. Lydia, b. 1765; m. Samuel Clarke, Dec. 15, 

1793 ; d. Oct. 26, 1838. 
Robert Cutts married (2) Margery Pepperrell "Went- 
worth, daughter of Captain William Wentworth and 
Margery (Pepperrell) Wentworth, 1766. 

429. Samuel Solley, b. 1767 ; m. Susanna Lewis, 

May 25, 1805. 

430. Theodore Atkinson, b. 1768; m. M. A. Fur- 

nald, Nov. 25, 1804 ; d. May 3, 1853. 

431. Thomas, b. 1770 ; d. y. 

432. Polly, b. 1772 ; m. John Clarke, 1801. 

433. Olivee, b. 1774; d. at sea, 1793. 

434. William, b. 1776; m. Hannah Grrouard, June 

29, 1802; d. Sept. 23, 1823. 

435. Thomas, b. 1776; m. Eunice Cutts, 1813; d. 

1845. 

436. Robert, b. 1782 ; m.; d. Baltimore, Md. 

437. Margery Pepperrell, b. Feb. 14, 1784 ; m. 

Mark Furnald, Mar. 6, 1807; d. June, 1864. 

438. Nancy, b. July 26, 1786 ; d. unm., Apr. 3, 1869. 



- CuTTS Genealogy. 47 

Mrs. M. P. W. Cutts was a granddaugliter of An- 
drew Pepperell. She died Jan. 10, 1835. 

156 

Joseph Cutts, son of Thomas and Dorcas (Ham- 
mond) Cutts, married Mary Stevenson, Nov. 2, 1758. 

439. Dorcas, b. Aug. 26, 1759 ; m. Sam'l Gunnison; 

d. Jan. 22, 1839. 

440. Lucr, b. Mar. 14, 1761 ; m. Edward Dame, s. p. 

441. William, b. Apr. 8, 1763; m. Betsy Karswell, 

Jan. 18, 1789 ; d. Oct. 17, 1830. 

442. Molly, b. July 13, 1765; m. Daniel Moses. 

443. Betty, b. Sept. 19, 1767; m. Jacob Worthen, 

May 24, 1824. 

444. Thomas, b. July 13, 1770; m. Lucy Bascom, 

1794 ; d. Mar. 2, 1857. 

445. Charles, b. Nov. 7, 1772 ; m. Abigail Hurd, 

1793 ; d. Feb. 13, 1824. 

446. Edward, b. Aug. 20, 1774; m. Ruth Rice. 

447. Hannah, b. Feb. 11, 1777; m. David Harris. 

448. Samuel, b. Sept. 29, 1779; m. Mehitable 

Bachelder. 

449. Sarah, b. Mar. 16, 1782; m. E. Huntoon. 
Mrs. Mary (Stevenson) Cutts died 1828, se. 94, in 

Goshen, N. H. She and her husband resided in Kit- 
tery, Me., until 1789, when they removed with their 
family to Goshen and took up 500 acres of wild land. 
They built a log house and barn upon the same, and 
when his five sons each became of age they built a 
house and set oif a hundred acres each from the orig- 
inal farm and gave it to them for a home. When the 
youngest son received his share, the father and mother 
went to live with him during the rest of their lives. 
This tract of land lies in the north-east part of the 
town, near the foot of Sunapee mountain. 



48 CuTTS Genealogy. 

Joseph Cutts was a very devoted Christian, and a 
Sabbatarian of the strictest type. He died in 1808. 
Mi's. Mary (Stevenson) Cutts died twenty years later, 
having had the misfortune to be blind during the last 
twenty years of her life. 

158 

Samuel Cutts, son of Thomas and Dorcas (Ham- 
mond) Cutts, married Sarah Hill, daughter of Judge 
John and Mary (Plaisted) Hill, Oct. 15, 1767. 

450. Mahy, b. July 30, 1768 ; m. (1) Enoch Bil- 

lings; (2) Jabez Bradbury ; d. Sept. 17, 1855. 

451. Sarah, b. Mar. 23, 1770; m. Wm. Stevens, 

Dec. 5, 1803; d. Dec. 21, 1860. 

452. Hannah, b. July 11, 1772; m. Robert Clark 

and Philip Fowler; d. Nov. 17, 1854. 

453. Thomas, b. Mar. 30, 1775; m. Sarah Colburn, 

Nov. 30, 1797; d. Mar. 2, 1857. 

454. Samuel, b. Aug. 2, 1777 ; m. Catherine Wood- 

ward, Nov. 2, 1806; d. Oct. 1, 1853. 

455. Elisha, b. Aug. 1, 1780 ; m. Hannah Hooper, 

1802 ; d. 1841. 

456. Robert, b. Nov. 14, 1782 ; d. unm., Dec. 23, 

1810. 

457. Betsey, b. Jan. 20, 1785; m. Jos. Flitner, 

Apr. 23, 1807; d. July 1, 1869. 

458. Dorcas, b. Aug. 23, 1787; m. Isaac Lapham, 

July 8, 1816; d. July 3, 1879. 

459. Abigail, b. Sept. 23, 1790 ; m. E. Jackson, 

Oct. 20, 1810 ; d. April 25, 1870. 

160 

Joanna Cutts Gerrish, daughter of Capt. Timothy 
and Joanna (Cutts) Gerrish, married, 1760, Charles 
Chauncy. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 49 

460. Charles, (Jr.), b. Apr. 22, 1761 ; d. num., Sept. 

10, 1789. 

461. Isaac, b. Jan. 14, 1763 ; lost at sea. Mar. 11, 

1792. 

462. Sarah, b. Feb. 12, 1765; m. John Moore, 

Apr. 13, 1786. 

463. Samuel, b. May 12, 1767; m. Elizabeth Lacld, 

1795; d. Oct., 1817. 

464. Elizabeth Hirst, b. July 11, 1769; m. Jere- 

miah Clarke, Dec. 20, 1789. 

465. Mary, b. Apr. 9, 1771; m. Jos. Cutts. (See 

403.) 

466. Joanna, b. Feb. 26, 1772 ; m. Edward Parry, 

1796; d. June, 1800. 

467. Andrevy, b. Noy. 23, 1774; d. y. 

468. Jane, b. Apr. 6. 1776 ; d. Nov. 20, 1777. 

469. Shipley, b. Aug. 25, 1777; d. Dec. 28, 1777. 

470. Lucy, b. Oct. 20, 1778 ; m. Capt. Win. Yeaton; 

d. 1856. 

471. Robert, b. Dec. 8, 1779; d. Dec. 20, 1779. 

472. Marcia, b. May 30, 1782 ; d. y. 

Charles Chauncy, whose first wife was Mary Cutts 
(147), died Nov. 22, 1809. 

161 

Timothy Gerrish, son of Capt. Timothy and Joanna 
(Cutts) Gerrish, married Mary Pattei-son, daughter of 
Thomas and Abigail (Pickering) Patterson. 

473. Andrew, b. 1784. 

474. Timothy, b. 1786. 

475. Joseph, b. 1786. 

476. Thomas Patterson, b. 1789. 

477. Mary, b. 1801. 

7 



50 CuTTS Genealogy. 

16S 

Samuel Gerrish, son of Capt. Timothy and Joanna 
(Cutts) Gerrish, married . 

478. Maey, b. 

479. WOODBUEY, b. 

480. Samuel, b. ; m.. Mary G. Furnald, 1807; 

drowned in a storm, Dec. 27, 1853. 

481. George, b. 

482. Daniel, b. 

483. Henry C, b. 1794; m. Mary B. ; d. Aug. 

25, 1878. 

164 

Sarah Gerrish, daughter of Capt. Timothy and Jo- 
anna (Cutts) Gerrish, married Daniel Harte, 1769. 

484. Daniel (Jr.), b. 1770 ; d. Apr. 6, 1790. 

165 

Elizabeth Gerrish, daughter of Capt. Timothy and 
Joanna (Cutts) Gerrish, married Mr. Yeaton and re- 
moved to Lubec, Me. 

485. John, b. 

486. Mary, b. 

487. Hopley, b. ; m. Comfort Marshall, Nov. 

15, 1766. 

488. Samuel, b. 

489. George, b. 

170 

Artemas Elliott, son of Kobert and Elizabeth 
Elliott, married Mary Burnham, daughter of Charles 
and Mary ( ) Burnham, June 22, 1744. 

490. Mary, b. ; ra. Robert Cochran, 1763. 

491. Margaret, b, ; m. James Darby, 1773. 

492. Charlotte, b. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 51 

498. Anne, b. 

494. Elizabeth, b. ; m. Lewis Lestargette, 

1773. 

495. Heneietta, b. 

496. Eleanor, b. 

171 
Humphrey Elliott, son of Kobert and Elizabetli 

( ) Elliott, married Catherine Booth, daughter of 

Kobert and Martha (Elliott) Booth. 

497. Dorothy, b. 

498. Elizabeth, b. 

Mrs. Catherine B. Elliott m. (2) Thos. Ferguson, 

1757 ; d. 1760. 

174 

John Screven, son of William and Catherine (Stoll) 

Screven, married Miss Guerin, and one of his grand.- 

daughters married Dr. Francis Young Porcher. 

175 

James Screven, married Mary (Hyrne) Smith, daugh- 
ter of 2d Landgrave Thomas and Mary (Hyrne) Smith, 
1736. 

499. James, b. 1738 ; m. Mary Odingsell, 1764 ; d. 

Nov. 25, 1778. 

500. Thomas Smith, b. June 24, 1741 ; m. Eleanor 

Screven, 1761 ; d. May 4, 1804. 

501. Martha, b. ; m. Wm Baker, s. p. 

502. Baebary, b. ; m. Mr. Robert. 

503. John, b. Nov. 23, 1750 ; m. Patience Holmes, 

Jan 30, 1772 ; d. 1816. 

504. Benjamin, b. ; m. 

505. Mary, b. ; m. Jas. Brisbane, s. p. 

506. Elizabeth, b. ; m. Seth Gilbert, Jan. 5, 

1767. 
Mrs. Mary H. S. Screven d. 1758, se. 41. 



52 CuTTS Genealogy. 

William Screven (Jr.), married. 
507. William, b. ; d. unm. 
508 Eleanor, b. ; m. Thos. S. Screven, Feb. 
24, 1761 ; d. July 15, 1762. (See 500.) 

180 

Robert Screven, married 

509. KoBERT (Jr.), b. ; m. Rebecca . 

510. b. ; m. Mr. Cave. 

184 

Elisha Screven, son of Elisha Screven and Hannah 
(Johnson) Screven, married Rebecca . 

511. Elisha, b. 

190 

Benjamin Screven, son of Elisha and Hannah 
(Johnson) Screven, married Margaret Brockinton, 
Nov. 4, 1771. 

512. Margaret Brocklnton, b. Oct. 21, 1772 ; d. 

Sept. 5, 1780. 
Mrs. M. B. Screven died Nov. 3, 1773. 
Benjamin Screven married second, Martha Thomp- 
son, Nov. 21, 1775. 

513. Benjamin (Jr.),b. 1777; d. 1777. 
Mrs. Martha T. Screven died 1777. 

Benjamin Screven married third, Elizabeth Futhey, 
Mar. 5, 1780, who died Nov. 12, 1781. 

196 

Nicholas Briar, son of Wm. and Elizabeth (Weekes) 
Briar, married Ruth Wilson, Nov. 14, 1759. 

514. William, b. May 7, 1760 ; m. Betsey Wilson, 

Sept. 22, 1800. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 53 

Mary Whipple, daughter of William and Mary 
(Cutts) Whipple, married Robert Traill from Orkney, 
Sept. 1, 1748. 

515. John, b. 1749; d. in infancy. 

516. Robert (Jr.), b. 1751 ; d. unm. in England. 

517. Mary, b. 1753; (bapt. May 24); m. Keith 

Spence; d. Jan. 18, 1824. 

518. William, b. 1755; m. Miss Colebrooke, daugh- 

ter of Sir Geo. Colebrooke. 

S18 

Elizabeth Moffatt, daughter of Hon. John and 
Katherine (Cutts) Moifatt, married Hon. John Sher- 
burne. 

519. John, b. ; d. unm. 

520. Henry, b. ; m. , s. p. 

521. John Samuel, b. 1757; m. Submit Boyd; d. 

1830. 

522. Dorothy, b. 1759; d. y. 

523. Elizabeth, b. 1761; m. Hon. John Langdon, 

Feb. 3, 1776-7; d. Mar. 2, 1813. 

Samuel Moffatt, son of Hon. John and Katherine 
(Cutt) Moifatt, married Sarah Catherine Mason, daugh- 
ter of Col. John Tufton and Maria Theresa Hart 
(Von Bergen) Mason, Feb. 1, 1764. 

524. John Tufton, b. ; d. unm. 

525. Catherine Elizabeth, b. ; m. Nicholas 

Rousselet, Mar. 26, 1787; d. 1799. 

526. Mary Tufton, b. July 8, 1768; m. Nathaniel 

Appleton Haven, 1786 ; d. Sept. 28, 1812. 

527. Lucy Texia, b. ; m. Wm. Odiorne, June 

9, 1793. 



54 CuTTS Genealogy. 

528. Samuel Robert Cutts, b. ; m. Sarah Lob- 

dell. 

529. Thomas Philip, b. ; d., unm., at sea, 1797. 
Mrs. Moffatt died Nov. 5, 1802, dd. 60. 

Jotham Odiorne (Jr.), son of Hon. Jotliam and 
Mehetable (Cutt) Odiorne, married Sarah Meserve. 

530. Sarah, b. ; m. (1) Mr. Haynes ; (2) Mr. 

Preston. 

Mehetable Odiorne, daughter of Hon. Jotham and 
Mehetable (Cutt) Odiorne, married William Earl 
Treadwell, Nov. 21, 1764. 

531. Robert Odiorne, b. 1765; m. Ann Stocker 

Pearse, 1798; d. Apr. 22, 1804. 
Mrs. M. O. Treadwell died at Rye, Jan., 1820. 

S95 

Samuel Odiorne, son of Hon. Jotham and Mehetable 
(Cutt) Odiorne, married Miss Elizabeth Deering, 1757. 

532. Samuel (Jr.), b. June 6, 1758 ; m. Temperance 

Underwood, Aug. 26, 1783 ; d. Dec. 13, 1835. 

Daniel Odiorne, son of Hon. Jotham and Mehetable 
(Cutt) Odiorne, married Abigail Vickerey, 1769. 

533. Daniel (Jr.), b. 1770; m. Abigail Clear, Feb., 

1802. 

534. Sarah Appleton, b. 1772; m. E. Whidden. 

535. William, b. ; m. Lucy T. Moffatt. (See 

527-) 

536. Jotham, b. ; d., unm., at sea, Oct., 1796. 

Mrs. A. V. Odiorne died Aug. 15, 1823, £e. 84. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 55 

Mary Odiorne, daughter of Hon. Jotham and Me- 
hetable (Cutt) Odiorne, married Peter Pearse, 1758. 

537. Samuel, b. July 6, 1759; m. Miss Henderson, 

Dec, 1798; d. Jan. 17, 1816. 

538. Peter, b. 1761 ; d. y. 

539. Mary, b. 1763; m. John Pierce; d. 1848. 

540. Peter, b. 1765; d. unm., 1829. 

541. Ann Stocker, b. 1769; m. R. O. Treadwell, 

Sept., 1844. 

542. William, b. ; d. y. 

543. Stephen, b. July 17, 1779 ; m. Sarah Peabody ; 

d. Mar. 26, 1861. 

544. Robert Hall, b. ; d. 

228 
Sarah Odiorne, daughter of Hon. Jotham and Me- 
hetable (Cutt) Odiorne, married Rev. Henry Apple- 
ton, D. D. 

545. Henry (Jr.), b. May 24, 1737 ; m. Miss Odiorne. 

546. Margaret Gibbs, b. ; m. Jno. F. Williams, 

M. D. 

547. Jotham Odiorne, b. ; m. Susanna Stavers. 
Rev. H. Aj^pleton, D. D., Pastor 1st Parish of 

Cambridge, d. 1768. 

Mrs. Sarah O. Appleton married (2) Wm. Apple- 
ton. 

5i8. William (Jr.), b. 1778; m. Mary Briard, Feb. 

22, 1793; d. Aug. 28, 1830. 
549. Mehetable Cutts, b. 1780; m. Thos. P. Drown, 

Nov., 1806. 
Mrs. S. O. Appleton married (3) Daniel Hart, Apr. 
11, 1790. 



56 CuTTS Genealogy. 

Abigail Wise, daughter of Rev. Jeremiali and Mary 
(Shipway) Wise, married Moore. 

550. David, b. 

551. Susanna, b. 

John Wise, son of Rev. Jeremiah and Mary (Ship- 
vray) Wise, married Miss Malcolm of Boston, Feb. 
6, 1740. 

552. Mary, b. May 27, 1741 ; m. John Parsons, 

Apr. 25, 1764, 

553. Elizabeth, b. Dec. 7, 1748; m. Stephen Hodgs- 

don, Sept. 22, 1775. 

554. Sarah, b. Nov. 8, 1750 ; m. John Grant, Jan. 8, 

1771. 

555. Jeremiah, b. Apr. 16, 1754. 

2SG 

Sarah Wise, daughter of Rev. Jeremiah and Mary 
(Shipway) AVise, married James Plaisted. 

556. Shipway, b. 

557. Abigail, b. 

558. Hannah, b. 1747. 

559. Margaret, b. 1749. 

560. Mary, b. 1753. 

237 

Joseph Wise, son of Rev. Jeremiah and Mary (Ship- 
way) Wise, married Elizabeth Pearson, daughter of 
Caj)t. Moses Pearson, and widow of Joseph Binney, 
Jan. 8, 1749. 

561. Ammi Reuhami, b. 1751 ; m. Jane Vaughan 

(see 324), Jan. 14, 1775. 

Westbrook, Me 



CuTTS Genealogy. 57 

562. Daniel, b. Jan. 4, 1761; m. Hannah Hubbard, 

Jan. 2, 1786; d. May 6, 1843. 

563. Michael, b. Feb. 15, 1767; m. Hannab Kimball, 

1792 ; d. Dec. 20, 1833. 1. Kennebimk. 

Mary Colman, daughter of Benjamin and Hannah 
(Pemberton) Colman, married Rev. Ephraim Ward, 
Brookfield, Mass., Oct. 13, 1777. 

564. Pemberton, b. July 15, 1778; m. Isabel 

Wetherell, June 19, 1810. 

565. Mary, b. Nov. 20, 1779 ; m. Jos. Stickney, 

Nov. 7, 1798. 

566. Susan, b. Jan. 30, 1781 ; m. Elijah Davenport, 

Feb. 24, 1805 ; d. Oct. 9, 1851. 

567. Phebe, b. Oct. 7, 1783; m. Jos. Cutler, June 

20, 1801 ; d. Mar. 27, 1852. 

568. Benjamin Colman, b. Nov. 18, 1784 ; m. 

Eliza Snelling, Sept. 7, 1815 ; d. Apr. 7, 1866. 
' 569. William Haven, b. Dec. 10, 1786 ; m. Cath- 
erine Callender, June 17, 1819 ; d. May 8, 
1837. 
570. John George, b. June 19, 1791 ; d. unm., 

Sept. 12, 1840. 
Rev. Ephraim Ward, son of Deacon Ephraim Ward 
of Newton, Mass., was born Mar. 21, 1741 ; gi-aduated 
at Harvard in 1763; ordained at Brookfield, now W. 
Brookfield, Oct. 23, 1771, and died there, Feb. 9, 1818, 
in the forty-seventh year of his ministry. 

Samuel Penhallow, son of John and Sarah (Went- 
worth) Penhallow, married Hannah Sherburne, Jan. 
25, 1784. 
8 



58 CuTTS Genealogy. 

571. Anne Wendell, b. 1785; in. Judge Richard 

Evans, Apr. 20, 1810. 
Mrs. Samuel Penhallow died Dec. 23, 1785. Sam- 
uel Penhallow died Apr. 25, 1805. 

John Penhallow (Jr.), son of John and Sarah (Went- 
worth) Penhallow, married Sarah Phillips. 

572. John, b. ; d. unm. 

573. Elizabeth, b. ; d. unm. 

574. WiBiED, b. Apr., 1802 ; d. Mar. 28, 1803. 

575. Saeah, b. ; m. Eben Hathaway. 

576. Elizabeth, b. ; d. unm. 

349 
Thomas Penhallow, son of John and Sarah (Went- 
worth) Penhallow, married Hannah Bunbuiy, daugh- 
ter of Monsieur and Hannah (Wentworth) Bunbury, 
1782. 

577. Saeah Ann, b. Dec. 7, 1782; m. Jeremiah 

Goodwin, Aug. 26, 1809. 

578. Thomas Wibied, b. Jan. 16, 1783-4; m. (1) 

Mary, dau. of John Beach ; (2) Susan Pearce ; 
d. Sept. 22, 1876. 

Mary Penhallow, daughter of John and Sarah 
(Wentworth) Penhallow, married Daniel Austin, Esq., 
July 22, 1787. 

579. Maeia, b. 1790; m. Mr. Davis ; d. 1862. 

580. Saeaii Wentwoeth, b. 1792; d. unm., 1865. 

581. Daniel (Jr.), b. Nov. 21, 1793; m. Hannah 

Joy, Nov. 21, 1833; d. Dec. 4, 1877. 

582. Lydia Waldo, b. 1795 ; d. unm., 1846. 

583. Haeriet, b. 1797 ; d. unm., 1865. 



CuTTs Genealogy. 59 

584. Eliza, b. 1800; m. Col. Chas. Stuart; d. 1857. 

585. Abigail Lewis, b. 1804 ; d. umn., 1837. 
Mrs. Mary Penhallow Austin d. May, 1847, se. 87. 
Daniel Austin died Dec. 18, 1818, se. 65. 

Hunking Penhallow, son of John and Sarah (Went- 
worth) Penhallow, married Harriet Pearce, daughter 
of David and Bethiah (Ingei'soll) Pearce, and widow 
of John Scott. 

586. David Pearce, b. Sept. 24, 1805 ; m. Mary 

Yeaton; d. Feb. 10,1869. 

587. Ann Wendell, b. Oct. 24, 1808 ; m. Rev. N. 

S. Folsom, Sept. 30, 1832. 

588. John Pearce, b. Feb. 4, 1810 ; wrecked off 

Cape Cod, 1848. 

589. Harriet Pearce, b. July 1, 1813; m. Rev. W. 

B. Jacobs. 

590. Andrew Jackson, b. Mar. 1, 1815; m. Mary 

Pickering, Jan. 8, 1846; d. Jan. 15, 1890. 

591. Pearce WENTW0RTH,b. Feb. 27, 1817; m.E. W. 

P. Sherburne, Oct. 15, 1845. 
Mrs. H. P. Penhallow died Feb. 10, 1861, se. 81. 

Benjamin Penhallow, son of John and Sarah (Went- 
worth) Penhallow, married Lucy Hart, daugnter of 
Richard and Mercy (Collings) Hart, Jan. 7, 1796. 

592. Oliver Wendell, b. Nov. 19, 1796 ; m. Mar- 

garet Scott, Aug. 8, 1824 ; d. June 19, 1873. 
Mrs. L. H. Penhallow died "Nov. 23, 1796, se. 29. 
Benjamin Penhallow married second Mrs. Susan 
(Pearce) Black, daughter of Col. William Pearce. 

593. Lucy Elizabeth, b. May 29, 1805; author; d. 

Dec. 3, 1880. 



6o CuTTS Genealogy. 

594. Susan Stevens, b. Apr. 29, 1807; d. Nov. 27, 

1880. 

595. Ann Calder, b. Aug. 11, 1809; d. May 24, 

1885. 

596. Clementina Beach, b. Oct. 15, 1811; d. 1828. 

597. Wm. Pearce, b. July 19, 1813; d. 1839. 

598. Benj. Hunking, b. May 1, 1816; m. H. Shep. 

ard. 

599. Julia Maria, b. Sept. 12, 1817; eminent 

teacher; d. Feb. 6, 1873. 
Mrs. Susan (Pearce) Penhallow died Jan. 20, 1844. 

Pheebe Borland, daughter of John and Anne (Vas- 
sall) Borland, married George Spooner, son of John 
and Sarah (Bridges) Spooner. 

600. Sarah, b. 1770; d. unm. 

601. Jno. Borland, b. 1772 ; d. unm.. East Indies, 

1798. 

602. Ph(ebe, b. 1776 (Windsor, N. S.). 

George Spooner's father was born in Yorkshire, Eng. 

Francis Borland, M. D., son of John and Anne (Vas- 
sall) Borland, manied Sarah Bowers, daughter of 
Jerathmeel Bowers, 1783. 

603. Jonathan Bowers, b. 

604. Jonathan Lindall, b. 

605. Joseph Sherburne, b. 

606. Francis (Jr.), b. 

607. William, b. 

Francis Borland, M. D., graduated from Harvard 
College in 1774. He practiced his profession some 
years in Portsmouth, and afterward removed to Som- 



CuTTS Genealogy. 6i 

erset, Mass. "His wife was a daughter of the ricli 
Quaker, Jei-atlimeel Bowers."* 

Jane Borland, daughter of John and Anne (Vassall) 
Borland, m. Jonathan Simpson of Cambridge, Mass. 

608. Anna Eliza, b. ; d. y. 

609. Maria Margaeetta, b. 

610. Jane, b. . 

611. Henrietta, b. ; m. Titus Willis, s. p. 

612. Jonathan, b. 

613. John, b. ; m. Miss Lee. 

614. Annabella Vassall, b. ; m. Stanhope Eng- 

lish, s. p. 

615. Frances Wilhelmina, b. 

Jonathan Simpson graduated Harvard College 1772 
and d. 1834. 

Leonard Vassall Borland, son of Jno. and Anne 
(Vassall) Borland, married Sarah Lloyd, daughter of 
Dr. James Lloyd. 

616. Sarah Lloyd, b. ; d. y. 

617. Anna Vassall, b. ; d. unm. 

618. Sarah Lloyd, b. ; m. Chas. Chauncey Foster. 

619. John, b. ; m. Rebecca Nelson Woolsey. 

620. Catherina Lloyd, b. ; d. unm. 

621. Augusta Elizabeth, b. ; m. Wm. Parkin- 

son Green. 

622. Margaretta Vassall, b. ; d. unm. 

Samuel Borland, son of John and Anne (Vassall) 

Borland, married (mdow of a Governor of 

Bermuda). 

* " Penhallow Family," page 7. 



62 CuTTS Genealogy. 

623. John Lindall, b. ; d. unm. 

624. Dorothea Wilhelmina, b. ; d. unm. 
Samuel Borland, after the death of his wife and 

children, removed to Hudson, N. Y., and died there. 

S66 

Elizabeth Bartlett, daughter of Hon. Enoch and 
Katharine (Dummer) Bartlett, married Nathaniel Spar- 
hawk (Jr.), son of Hon. Nathaniel and Elizabeth (Pep- 
perrell) Sparhawk, April 26, 1780. 

625. Mary Pepperrell, b. June 27, 1781, m. Hon. 

Wm. Jarvis, Mar. 14,1808 ; d. Feb. 21, 1811. 

Mrs. Elizabeth (Bartlett) Sparhawk died June 29, 

1782, at Haverhill, Mass. The following lines were 

written by her sister Catherine, and inscribed upon 

her tombstone : 

"Lie still, sweet soul, and wait the Almighty will; ^ 

Then rise unchanged, and be an angel still." 

fi75 

Thomas Westbrooke Waldron, son of Richard and 
Elizabeth (Westbrooke) Waldron, married Constantia 
Davis. 

626. William, b. June 8, 1756 ; m. Susanna Ham ; 

d. Sept. 18, 1793. 

627. Elizabeth, b. Jan. 3, 1761; m. Jos. Evans, 

Apr. 7, 1786; d. Dec. 8, 1820. 

628. Richard, b. Apr. 27, 1762; m. Sarah Wingate, 

s. p.; d. Oct. 15, 1787. 

629. Samuel, b. Nov. 17, 1764 ; d. July 29, 1765. 

630. Eleanor, b. May 28, 1766; m. Jas. Smith. 

631. Charles, b. Feb. 25, 1768; d. May 18, 1791. 

632. Abigail, b. Dec. 14, 1770; m. David Board- 

man, Dec. 5, 1790 ; d. Dec. 30, 1857. 

633. Daniel, b. Nov. 9, 1775 ; m. Olive Huske Sheafe, 

June 5, 1802. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 63 

278 
George Waldron, son of Kicliard and Elizabeth 
(Westbrooke) Waldron, married Esther Harvey, Feb. 
11, 1754. 

634. Mary, b. ; m. Dr. Wigglesworth, Sept. 

9, 1779. 

635. Anne, b. 

636. Jonathan, b. . Rye, N. H. 

Eleazer Russell, son of Eleazer and Margaret 
(Waldron) Russell, was Naval Officer of Portsmouth 
under the Crown ; continued in office during the Rev- 
olution and under the administrations of Presidents 
Washington and Adams, dying unmarried the 18th of 
Sept., 1798. (See ''Rambles about Portsmouth," 1st 
Series, pp. 228-230.) 

988 
Elizabeth Waldron, daughter of Rev. Wm. and 
Eliza (Allen) Waldi'on, married Col. Josiah Quincy. 

637. Elizabeth, b. Dec. 27, 1757; m. Benj. Guild, 

May 27, 1784; d. Aug., 1825. 

995 

Col. Henry Rust, son of Rev. Henry and Anne 
(Waldron) Rust, married Anne Harvey, 1750. 

638. Anna, b. Nov. 14, 1751 ; m. Mathew Stanley 

Parker; d. June 17, 1786. 

639. Henry (Jr.), b. Mar. 4, 1754 ; d. Oct. 23, 1754. 

640. Henry (Jr.), b. May 14, 1755 ; m. Miss Home ; 

d. Nov. 12, 1844. 

641. Richard, b. Jan. 31, 1757; m. Susannah Con- 

ner; d. Dec. 8, 1827. 

642. Elizabeth, b. Sept. 24, 1758; m. D. Stoddard; 

d. Jan. 12, 1809. 



64 CuTTS Genealogy. 

648. Thomas, b. May 19, 1760; d. Mar. 27, 1761. 

644. Maey, b. Aug. 10, 1761; m. I. Orne; d. Sept. 

30, 1843. 

645. Jane, b. Nov. 30, 1763; m. Jno. Home; d. 

July 3, 1843. 

646. William, b. Aug. 7, 1766 ; m. Hannali Marble ; 

d. Sept. 5, 1851. 

647. Nathaniel, b. Aug. 15, 1767; d. Oct. 20, 

1767. 

648. MaectAret Waldeon, b. July 26, 1768; d. Dec. 

18, 1768. 

297 

Eleanor Rust, daughter of Kev. Henry and Anne 
(Waldron) Rust, married Andrew Folsom, 1753. 

649. Elizabeth, b. Nov. 24, 1754; d. Nov. 8, 1757. 

650. Anna, b. Apr. 4, 1757 ; m. Charles Robinson, 

Stratham, N. H. 

651. Andeew, b. Mar. 15, 1759; m. Anna Folsom; 

d. Feb. 9, 1852. 

652. Eleanoe, b. Sept. 27, 1760; m. Abr. Thomp- 

son. 

653. Isabella, b. Aug. 23, 1762; d. July 1, 1803. 

654. Saeah, b. Apr. 5, 1765; d. July 7, 1770. 

655. Deboeah, b. May 23, 1767; d. July 28, 1801. 

305 

Abigail King, daughter of William and Abigail 
Atkinson (Oberne) King, married John Sparhawk, 
Jan. 12, 1769. 

656. John, b. Dec. 9, 1769; m. Miss Craig. 

657. Geoege King, b. June 22, 1771 ; m. Abigail 

Humphreys, June, 1794; d. June, 1848. 

658. Thomas, b. June 17, 1773; d. y. 

659. Maey, b. Apr. 28, 1775; d. Sept. 29, 1783. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 65 

660. Samuel, b. Aug. 13, 1777 ; m. Elizabeth Mc- 

Kinstry, Dec. 29, 1803 ; d. Nov. 22, 1834. 

661. Susannah, b. Mar. 18, 1779 ; d. unm., Oct. 13, 

1863. 

307 

William King, son of William and Abigail Atkin- 
son (Oberne) King, married Mary Wendell, daughter 
of John Wendell. 

662. William, b. Jan. 6, 1765 ; m. Abigail Picker- 

ing, Sept. 3, 1788; d. Sept. 29, 1820. 
Mrs. Mary (Wendell) King died Feb. 4, 1765. 

310 

Mary King, daughter of William and Abigail A. O. 
King, married Hon. Daniel Humphreys, in Portsmouth, 
K H., 1769. 

663. Daniel (Jr.), 1770 ; m. Catherine Sparhawk, 

June, 1794. 

664. Abigail, b. 1771 ; m. George K. Sparhawk 

(see 656). 

665. Mary, b. 1773 ; d. unm., 1848. 

666. Charles, b. 1775 ; drowned, 1795. 

667. Susan, b. 1777; d. y. 

668. George, b. 1779; d. y. 

669. George, b. 1785; d. unm., Oct., 1824. 

670. Susan, b. 1786; d. unm., 1863. 

Hon. Daniel Humphreys died Sept. 30, 1827, ae. 87. 
He was a son of Rev. Daniel and Sarah (Riggs) 
Humphreys and born in Derby, Conn., graduating 
from Yale College in 1757, at 17 years of age. His 
after life was passed successfully in teaching and 
practice of law. He was also District Attorney under 
Washington. 



66 CuTTs Genealogy. 

316 

Elizabeth Bennett, daughter of William and Eliza- 
betli (Vauglian) Bennett, married Capt. Moses Win- 
gate. 

671. Elizabeth Bennett, b. Apr. 29, 1763; m. 

Jolin Parker (Jr.), Oct., 1786 ; d. Apr., 1836. 

Sarah Vaughan, daughter of Elliott and Anne 
(Gerrish) Vauglian, married Jotham Rindge. 

672. Jane Vaughan, b. 1775 ; bapt. Aug. 20. 

3S1 

William Vaughan, son of Elliott and Anne (Ger- 
rish) Vaughan, married Abigail Jordan, daughter of 
Rish worth and Abigail (Gerrish) Jordan, Nov. 3, 1768. 

673. Abigail, b. July 31, 1771 ; m. (1) Capt. Hartley, 

1799 ; (2) Capt. Donnell, 1807 ; d. Aug. 31, 

1840. 
Mrs. A. J. Vaughan died Aug. 6, 1771. 
William Vaughan married (2) Elizabeth Jordan, a 
cousin of his first wife. 

674. Geoege Elliott, b. May 21, 1773; in. Miss 

Wise, s. p.; d. Sept. 30, 1833. 

675. Elizabeth Jordan, b. Sept. 10, 1774 ; d. unm., 

Jan. 6, 1820. 

676. Hannah Goodwin, b. July 14, 1776 ; m. Benj. 

Nason; d. Feb. 10, 1839. 

677. Anne Geerish, b. Feb. 18, 1779; m. Eleazer 

Greeley, 1805; d. Oct. 29, 1851. 

678. Wm. Tristram, b. June 5, 1781; m. (1) Sarah 

S. B. Keating, 1807; (2) Eliza M. Moody, 
1821 ; d. May 4, 1843. 

679. Richard Cutts, b. May 16, 1783; d. y. 

680. Olivia Plaisted, b. Feb. 22, 1785; d. y. 



CuTTS Genealogy. d'j 

681. Sarah Elliott, b. Mar. 16, 1787 ; d. y. 

682. Charles Henry, b. June 9, 1789; m. Beulali 

Thacher, Aug. 18, 1822; d. Nov. 26, 1864. 

683. Olivia Storer, b. June 13, 1791; d. unm. 

684. Mary Belcher, b. June 3, 1794; m. Nathan 

Winslow, s. p. 

Jane Vaughan, daughter of Elliott and Anne (Ger- 
rish) Vaughan, married Ammi E-euhami Wise, June 
14, 1775. 

685. Elizabeth, b. 1777; m. Samuel Terry. 

686. Anne, b. 1778 ; m. George E. Vaughan (see 674). 

687. Joseph Binney, b. Dec. 11, 1779; m. Abigail 

Edwards, April, 1801; d. July 20, 1857. 

688. William, b. 1781 ; m. Miss Purrington, s. p.; 

d. of Yellow fever in Africa. 

689. George Elliott, b. 1783 ; drowned. 

690. Margaret, b. 1785; m. John Bixby, 1802. 

Richard Cutis Shannon, son of Cutts and Mary 
(Vaughan) Shannon, married Elizabeth Ruggles of 
Boston, Mass. 

691. James Noble, b. Aug. 16, 1774 ; d. Mar. 3, 1776. 

692. Elizabeth, b. July 12, 1776; m. M. Tucker; 

d. 

693. Mary Ann, b. Aug. 12, 1778; m. Z. Wiggin ; 

d. 1812. 

694. Abigail, b. Oct. 21, 1780; m. Henry Prescott, 

July 30, 1810; d. 

695. John Langdon, b. July 4, 1783 ; m. Sarah E. 

Blunt, 1810; lost at sea, Sept. 18, 1818. 

696. Sophia, b. June 4, 1786 ; unm.; d. 

697. James Noble, b. June 8, 1788; m. ; d. 



68 CuTTS Genealogy. 

698. Sarah, b. 1792 ; m. Capt. Ebenezer Way, s. p.; 

d. 

699. Harriet, b. 1796 ; m. Rev. Jno. Marshall ; 

d. 

700. Martha Ruggles, b. 1799 ; bapt. Dec. 1 ; d. 

Nov. 7, 1808. 

Mrs. Elizabeth R. Shannon died June 14, 1814, se. 60. 
She and her husband were buried in "The North 
Burying-ground," in Portsmouth, where their stones 
may be found (1891). 

Richard Cutts Shannon was a lawyer in Portsmouth, 
N. H. (1772 -74), when he went to Hollis, N. H., where 
he lived until 1796, then returned and resumed practice 
in Portsmouth ; member " N. H. Legislature," 1782-3 ; 
clefk of the U. S, Circuit and District Courts, May, 
1804-1814; died at New Castle, N. H., Apr. 7, 1821. 

330 

William Shannon married Eleanor Gerrish of Dover, 
N. H., Aug. 29, 1782, who died, s. p., Jan. 17, 1806, 

86. 51. 

William Shannon married (2) Jane Jordan, daugh- 
ter of Hon. Rish worth Jordan, in 1809. She died, s. 
p., Apr. 20, 1822, se. 67. 

331 

Thomas Shannon, son of Cutt and Mary (Vaughan) 
Shannon, married Lillias Watson, daughter of Isaac 

and Lillias ( ) Watson, Feb. 28, 1771, Dover, N. 

H. 

701. Mary, b. Apr., 4, 1772; m. Wm. Barker, s. p.; 

d. Dec, 1844. 

702. Richard Cutt, b. Aug. 10, 1773; m. Mary 

Tebbetts (pub. July 11, 1801); d. Apr. 28, 
1828. 



CuTTs Genealogy. 69 

703. Nathaniel, b. Mar. 4, 1775; d. Jan. 29, 1780. 

704. Elizabeth, b. Jan. 16, 1777; d. Oct. 29, 1779. 

705. William, b. Mar. 10, 1779 ; m. Mary Waldron, 

Sept. 27, 1801; d. 1813. 

706. Elizabeth, b. June 8, 1781 ; d. Sept. 11, 1786. 

707. Abigail, b. Aug. 1, 1783; m. John Warner; 

d. Sept. 12, 1840. 

708. Haeeiet Byeon, b. June 14, 1785; m. (1) Capt. 

Daniel Townsend, Sept. ' 6, 1819; d. Mar., 
1853; (2) Silas Moody, s. p. 

709. Thomas Westbeooke Waldeon", b. Nov. 21, 

1789 ; m. Eliza Perkins, Oct. 9, 1812 ; d. June 
7, 1852. 

710. Nabby, b. Jan. 9, 1790; d. y. 

711. Elizabeth, b. Sept. 8, 1791 ; d. 1811, imm. 
Thomas Shannon died Rochester, N. H., May 29, 

1800. Mrs. L. W. Shannon married Hon. John Clarke, 
Nov. 21, 1802, and died Apr. 15, 1814. 

333 

Nathaniel Shannon married Mary Dow, daughter of 

Benjamin and Mary ( ) Dow of Hampton, N. H., 

Mar. 8, 1781. 

712. Abigail, b. Dec. 4, 1781 ; m. (1) Jon. Wiggin; 

(2) E. Hoit; d. Apr. 24, 1866. 

713. Thomas, b. Dec. 25, 1783 ; m. Margaret V. 

Moses, July 8, 1808; d. July 5, 1864. 

714. Nathaniel Vaughan, b. July 9, 1790; m. 

Betsey Brown, 1813 ; d. June 6, 1859. 
Mrs. Mary (Dow) Shannon died July 27, 1834, se. 
75. Her husband, who died eight years before, was a 
member of the New Hampshire convention, convened 
in 1798, for the ratification of the Constitution of the 
United States, and supported its adoption. He was 
for many years a member of Senate and House of 



70 CuTTS Genealogy. 

Eepresentatives of tlie New Hampshire Legislature, 
and a Presidential elector in 1820. 

334 

Alexander Gerrish, son of Nathaniel and Lydia 
(Pierce) Gerrisli, married Sarah . 

715. Clark, b. Jan. 8, 1758. 

716. John, b. Dec. 2, 1760. 

717. Kachel, b. Nov. 5, 1762. 

718. Lydia, b. Feb. 20, 1765. 

719. Isaac, b. May 20, 1767. 

720. James, b. May 18, 1769. 

721. Alexander (Jr.), b. June 17, 1771, 

722. Nathan, b. Sept. 9, 1773. 

340 

Lieut. William Gerrish, son of Major Charles and 
Mary (Frost) Gerrish, married Esther Parker, Apr. 3, 

1767. 

723. Nathaniel, b. Aug. 29, 1768. 

724. Betsey, b. Oct. 3, 1769. 

725. EicHARDjb. Jau.lO, 1772; m. Eunice Donnell(?), 

Nov. 9, 1793. 

726. Benj., b. Ai3r. 22, 1774. 

727. Jane, b. May 29, 1776. 

728. James, b. Sept. 16, 1778. 

729. Sarah, b. Feb. 13, 1781. 

730. Molly, b, June 25, 1783. 

731. William, b. May 20, 1786. 

341 

Charles Gerrish, son of Maj. Chas. and Mary (Frost) 
Gerrish, married Phoebe Blethen, Aug. 7, 1770. 

732. Huldah, b. May 21, 1771. 

733. Betsey, b. Oct. 1, 1772. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 71 

734. Jeremiah, b. Oct. 10, 1774. 

735. Mary, b. Jan. 4, 1778. 

736. Charles, b. Mar. 9, 1780. 

737. William, b. July 25, 1782. 

738. Margaret, b. Mar. 25, 1785. 

739. Sally, b. Feb. 4, 1789. 

Nathaniel Gerrish, son of Maj. Chas. and Mary 
(Frost) Gerrish, married Sarah Marriner, Oct. 30, 
1777. 

740. George, b. Jan. 24, 1779. 

741. Hai^nah, b. Jan. 18, 1781. 

742. Jos. Marriner, b. Mar. 24, 1783 ; m. Barbara 

Scott, Mar. 29, 1807; d. Apr. 30, 1853. 

743. Lornhamah, b. Oct. 9, 1785. 

744. Sarah, b. Feb. 27, 1788. 

745. Abigail, b. Apr. 16, 1790. 

746. Thyrza, b. Apr. 26, 1792. 

747. Moses, b. Aug. 9, 1794. 

748. Nathaniel (Jr.), b. Dec. 16, 1797. 

343 

George Gerrish, son of Maj. Chas. and Mary (Frost) 
Gerrish, married Mary Mitchell of Freeport, Dec. 20, 
1781. 

749. Susannah, b. Sept. 10, 1782; m. Thomas 

Bagley, Troy, Me. 

750. James, b. Nov. 22, 1784 ; m. Mary Sylvester, 

Oct. 8, 1808 ; d. June 8, 1824. 

751. John, b. June 10, 1787 ; m. Joanna West, Sept. 

15, 1811; d. July 5,1821. 

752. Charles, b. Aug. 7, 1789 ; m. Betsey Wood- 

bury, Mar., 1812.* 

* Moved to the State of New York; had 3 children, and died there. 



72 CuTTS Genealogy. 

753. Mary, b. Apr. 3, 1792; m. Thos. Winslow, 

May 18, 1817; d. May 7, 1819, leaving 1 
child. 

348 

Elizabeth Butler, daughter of Thomas and Bridget 
(Grerrish) Butler, married William Chadwick (Jr.), 
May 18, 1780. 

754. Abra, b. Oct. 9, 1781 ; m. John Lord, Feb. 12, 

1807. 

755. Ivory, b. Jan. 4, 1784; drowned June 8, 1798. 

756. Betsey, b. Nov. 18, 1785 ; m. (1) Daniel Wad- 

leigh, Dec. 5, 1806 ; (2) John Whittier. 

757. Mary, b. Oct. 1, 1787 ; m. Bartholomew 

Thompson, s. p. 

758. Nancy, b. Aug. 7, 1789 ; m. John Bond. 

759. Nath'l, b. Sept. 5, 1791 ; m. C. Abbott. 

760. John, b. Sept. 5, 1793, drowned while in priva- 

teer service, war with Great Britain, Dec. 25, 
1813. 

761. Thomas, b. Dec. 21, 1795 ; m. Amy Knox. 

762. Bridget, b. Jan. 17, 1802 ; m. Jas. Thompson; 

d. A]3r. 8, 1875. 

763. William, b. Apr. 9, 1804; m. Asenath Keay. 

349 

Nath'l Butler, son of Thomas and Bridget (Gerrish) 
Butler, married Tabitha Joy, 1790. 

764. Moses, b. Aug. 21, 1791 ; d. Oct. 9, 1813. 

765. Nath'l (Jr.), b. Nov. 21, 1794; m. J. Keay, 

1817; d. Dec. 11, 1872. 

766. Mehitable, b. Oct. 3, 1796 ; m. Elias Libby, 

1818 ; d. Sept. 15, 1870. 

767. Bridget, b. Jan. 7, 1799 ; m. H. Keay ; d. June 

18, 1826. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 73 

768. Nehemiah, b. Apr. 14, 1801; m. A. Libby, 

.1824; d. Apr. 8, 1877. 

769. Susan, b. Apr. 4, 1803; m. E. Libby, Sept. 7, 

1826. 

770. John, b. Aug. 1, 1805; d. Sept. 7, 1806. 

771. Mary, b. June 30, 1807 ; m. I. Libby, Aug. 16, 

1829. 

772. Tabitha, b. Dec. 9, 1810; m. Sheldon Beal, 

1857; d. Apr. 24, 1865. 

773. Moses, b. Jan. 10, 1814; m. P. Johnson; d. 

Sept. 12, 1853. 

350 

Thomas Butler, son of Thomas and Bridget (Gerrish) 
Butler, married Olive Abbott. 

774. Geoege. 

775. Hannah. 

776. Olivee. 

Limerick, Me. 

Sarah Butler, daughter of Thomas and Bridget 
(Gerrish) Butler, married Stephen Libby, Apr. 17, 
1790. 

777. Nathaniel, b. Apr. 19, 1791 ; m. Anna Bicker, 

Sept. 14, 1815 ; d. June 24, 1857. 

778. Nancy Geeeish, b. Apr. 22, 1793 ; m. Jno. C. 

Libby, Feb. 25, 1817. 

779. Beidget, b. Dec. 7, 1794 ; m. Nath'l Kicker, 

Mar. 23, 1819. 

780. Lavinia, b. Dec. 29, 1796; m. Paul Hussey, 

Oct. 9, 1833. 

781. Silea, b. Mar. 3, 1799 ; m. Hiram Joy, Jan. 1, 

1822. 

782. Stephen, b. Nov. 21, 1801 ; m. Nancy Libby; 

d. Dec. 19, 1868. 
10 



74 CuTTS Genealogy. 

783. William, b. Sept. 21, 1802; d. Sept. 30, 1802. 

784. Cyrus, b. Jan. 24, 1804; m. Dmsilla Wood- 

sons, Nov. 4, 1829; d. June 13, 1872. 

785. i^ooK Thurston, b. Jan. 27, 1806; m. Emily 

Lord, Dec. 28, 1831 ; d. Feb. 18, 1871. 

786. Tiios. Butler, b. Dec. 9, 1808; m. Eunice 

Butler, Mar. 20, 1834; d. June 8, 1842. 

787. Alice, b. May 22, 1810 ; d. unm., Aug. 2, 1850. 

788. Mary, b. Apr. 4, 1815 ; d. num., Aug. 13, 

1852. 
Mrs. S. B. Libby died Dec. 15, 1851. 
Stephen Libby died Oct. 19, 1833, £e. 68. 

Susan Butler, daughter of Thomas and Bridget (Ger- 
rish) Butler, married Book Thurston. (Certificate 
granted, February 24, 1800.) 

789. Stephen. 

790. Rook. 

791. Sarah. 

792. Mary. 

Mrs. Susan (Butler) Thurston married (2) Stephen 
(Samuel ? ) Edgerly. 

358 

William Butler, son of Thomas and Bridget (Ger- 
rish) Butler, married Lois Littlefield, Aug. 27, 1803. 

793. Cyrus, b. Feb. 9, 1804; d. y. 

794. Mary, b. Oct. 21, 1803*; m. Edmond Brown. 

795. Thomas, b. Mar. 27, 1807 ; d. in Conn. 

796. William, b, June 24, 1808; m. and lived in 

Conn. 

797. AsENATH, b. June 2, 1810; d. y. 

798. Cyrus, b. Oct. 23, 1811. 

799. Sally, b. Oct. 23, 1811; m. Cyrus Libby. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 75 

800. Stephen, b. Nov. 27, 1812; m. (1) Elizabetli 

Furber ; (2) Adelaide Hodsdon. 

801. Amos, b. Mar. 25, 1814; m. Rebecca Stenman, 

Sept. 30, 1839. 

802. Eunice, b. Sept. 25, 1815 ; in. Thomas B. Libby, 

Mar. 20, 1834. (See 785.) 

803. Lois, b. Jan. 1, 1817 ; m. 

804. Sarah, b. Jan. 13, 1819 ; m. David Libby, 1845. 

805. Tabitha, b. July 21, 1820 ; m. Mr. Talbot. 

806. Bridget, b. Feb. 19, 1822; m. Mr. Beal. 

807. Susanna, b. Aug. 23, 1823. 

808. Elizabeth, b. Nov. 13, 1825. 

360 

Nathaniel Shannon (Jr.), son of Nathaniel and Alice 
(Frost) Shannon, married (1) Alice Card ; (2) Elizabeth 
(Dennet) Kitson, daughter of Col. John Dennett, who 
died May, 1785. 

361 

Abigail Shannon, daughter of Nathaniel and Alice 
(Fi'ost) Shannon, married George Bryant. 

809. George, b. ; m. Mary Nelson, July, 

1787. 

363 

Margaret Shannon, daughter of Nathaniel and Alice 
(Frost) Shannon married Capt. William Parker. 

810. William (Jr.) Capt., d. 1795. 

365 

Mary Stone, daughter of Capt. John and Eunice 
(Raynes) Stone, married Capt. JosejDh Tucker, 3d son 
and child of Nicholas Tucker. 

811. Mary Ann, b. ; m. Louis A. de Crency. 



76 CuTTS Genealogy. 

812. Nanoy GrALE, b. ; m. Judge Wm. Pitt Preble; 

d. Oct. IT, 1849. 

Portland, Me. 
Captain Josepli Tucker died in 1804, se. 50. 

366 

Mary Raynes, daughter of Francis and Jane (Payne) 
E-aynes, married Samuel Norwood (a descendant of the 
high judge of England, who came to America in 
Cromwell's time, on account of political troubles), 
May 5, 1769. 

813. GusTAVTJS, b. July 8, 1770; d. unm. 

814. Jane, b. July 22, 1773 ; d. y. 

815. Nathaniel, b. June 8, 1777; m. Jemima Don- 

nell, Feb. 15, 1804; d. Sept. 29, 1849. 

816. Betsey, b. Jan. 18, 1781; d. unm. 

817. Lucy, b. May 22, 1785 ; d. unm. 
Mrs. Mary (Raynes) Norwood died 1785. 
Samuel Norwood died Jan. 3, 1819, se. 76. 

367 

Nathaniel Raynes, son of Francis and Jane (Payne) 
Raynes, married Mary Bridge, Dec. 7, 1786. 

818. Elizabeth, b. 1782; d. unm., Dec. 23, 1855. 

819. EsTHEE, b. ; d. y. 

820. Eleanor, b. Feb., 1785; d. unm., Jan. 21, 

1865. 

821. John, b. 1787; d. unm., Apr. 24, 1816. 

822. Mark, b. 1790; d. unm., June 4, 1818. 

Mrs. Mary (Bridge) Raynes d. June 27, 1795, 
88. 45. 

Nathaniel Raynes married second Mrs. Elizabeth 
(Gerrish) Furnace, Dec. 24, 1798, who died May 11, 
1847, fe. 91. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 'j'j 

368 

Daniel Raynes (Deacon), son of Francis and Jane 
Payne) Raynes, marriedJane Gerrisli, April 17, 1783. 
See 167.) 

823. Lucy, b. ; m. Joshua Johnson, s. p. 

824. Francis, b. May 22, 1786 ; m. Elizabeth Cntts, 

July 8, 1813 (See 410) ; d. Nov. 5, 1873. 

825. Joanna, b. ; m. Richard Cutts, Nov. 13, 

1813. (See 404.) 

826. Daniel, b. ; d. y. 

Mrs. Jane (Gerrish) Raynes died Feb. 28, 1825. 

Marston married Johnson. 

827. Saeah, b. ; m. Thomas Chapman. 

828. Joshua, b. ; m. Lucy Raynes, s. p. (See 823.) 

374 

Lucy Marston married Samuel Chapman. 

829. George, b. ; m. Sarah Bui-nham. 

830. Francis, b. ; m. Betsey Hilton. 

831. Nathan, b. Dec. 22, 1787; m. Abigail Dear- 

born, 181f); d. July 1, 1858. 

832. Thomas, b. ; m. (1) Sarah Johnson ; (2) A. 

Robinson. 

833. Nathaniel, b. ; m. Martha Meserve ; d. 

June 1, 1867. 

834. Eben, b. Feb. 14, 1795; m. Eliza Yeaton ; d. 

Aug. 25, 1875. 

835. Lucy, b. 1800; d. unm., Jan. 16, 1830. 
Samuel Chapman died. 

Mrs. Lucy (Marston) Chapman married (2) Robert 
Raynes, Jr. (See 377.) 



78 CuTTs Genealogy. 

Elizabeth Raynes, daughter of Robert and Elizabeth 
(Raynes) Raynes, married Capt. Joseph Harris. 

836. Elizabeth, b. ; d. y. 

837. Joanna, b. ; d. imm., ae. 20. 

838. Betsey, b. ; ra. George Moore. 

377 

Robert Raynes (Jr.), son of Robert and Elizabeth 
(Raynes) Raynes, married (1) Lydia Bragdon, Nov. 1, 
1781, s. p., (2) Mrs. Lucy (Marston) Chapman (see 

374)- 

Mrs. Lydia Raynes died March 15, 1851. 

Sarah Cutts, daughter of Robert and Hannah (Bart- 
lett) Cutts, married Benjamin Fitz. 

839. Hannah, b. June 3, 1773. 

840. Mary, b. Apr. 13, 1775. 

841. Sarah, b. Apr. 20, 1777 ; d. July 14, 1801. 

842. Ebenezer, b. Sept. 21, 1779. 

843. Eunice Cutts, b. July 4, 1782. 
Benjamin Fitz died Nov. 11, 1782. 
Mrs. S. C. Fitz died July 14, 1801. 

383 

Eunice Cutts, daug-hter of Robert and Hannah 
(Bartlett) Cutts, married Jonathan Sawyer. 

844. Sarah Leonard, b. ; m. Wm. Shillaber. 

845. Richard Cutts, b. ; m. L. Woodbury ; d. 

Mar. 23, 1844. 

384 

Noah Cutts, son of Robert and Hannah (Bartlett) 
Cutts, married Mary Wilson, daughter of Joseph and 
Martha (Mansfield) Wilson, Dec. 4, 1795. 



CuTTS Genealogy, 79 

846. Robert, b. June 23, 1797; d. unm., Jan. 27, 

1835. 

847. Hannah, b. Dec. 4, 1798 ; m. Joseph Gunnison, 

Sept. 19, 1837; d. Aug. 8, 1872. 

848. Benjamin, b. Sept. 8,1800; m. Eliza Frye, 

1825; d. Nov. 23, 1878. 

849. Alexander, b. Jan. 29, 1803 ; d. in Buenos 

Ayres, S. A. . 

850. Richard, b. Feb. 8,1812; m. Prise. Low, Feb. 

5, 1839 ; d. Nov. 5, 1864. 
Noah Cutts was a soldier in the battle of Bunker 
HiU. 

387 

Edward Cutts, son of Samuel and Anna (Holyoke) 
Cutts, married Mary Carter, daughter of Nathaniel and 
Abigail (Beck) Carter of Newburyport, Mass., Apr. 
17, 1796. 

851. Mary, b. July 7, 1797 ; d. Aug. 12, 1797. 

852. Samuel, b. Aug. 4, 1798; d. Sept. 15, 1798. 

853. Anna Holyoke, b. Dec. 22, 1799 ; d. May 6, 

1805. 

854. Mary, b. Apr. 4, 1 801 ;* d. num.. May 20, 1882. 

855. Hampden, b. Aug. 3, 1803; m. Mary P. S. 

Jarvis, Sept. 7, 1829 ; d. Apr. 27, 1875. 

856. Edward Holyoke b. June 4, 1804; d. May 3, 

1805. 

857. Anna Holyoke, b. May 14, 1807 ; d. unm., 

Apr. 7, 1830. 

Edward Cutts died in Portsmouth, N. H., Sept. 20, 
1824. 

Mrs. Mary (Carter) Cutts died in North Hartland, 
Vt., Mar. 11, 1840, sd. 74. 

* Author of " Qrondalla," and "Autobiography of a Clock." 



8o CuTTs Genealogy. 

388 
Eliza Eppes Cutts married Nathaniel Carter (Jr.), 
May 1, 1788, and it was at her home her brother, 
Edward, met his future wife. 

858. Nathaniel (Jr.), b. Mar. 3, 1789 ; m. Harriet 

Tyler, Dec. 2, 1819; d. Sept. 7, 1823. 

859. Samuel, b. May 8, 1790 ; d. Feb. 28, 1794. 

860. Edwaed, b. Dec. 9, 1791 ; midshipman ; d. Jan. 

15, 1813. 

861. Anna Cutts, b. May 5, 1793; d. Sept. 28, 

1793. 

862. Elizabeth Eppes, b, Sept. 12, 1795; m. Eev. 

D. Kimball, Aug. 6, 1822; d. June 15, 1885. 

863. Mary, b. Oct. 15, 1798; m. Greorge Wheel- 

wright, Dec. 24, 1816 ; d. Apr. 7, 1871. 

864. Margaret Cary, b. Sept. 14, 1801 ; m. Kev. 

M. B. Church, June 11, 1827; d. June 4, 
1885. 

865. Samuel Cutts, b. Mar. 9, 1803 ; m. (1) M. 

Ayi-es, Apr. 20, 1824; (2) E. D.Jackson, 
Sept. 23, 1835 ; d. June 9, 1889. 

866. Hampden Cutis, b. Mar. 6, 1805; m. Miss 

Coles, Apr. 4, 1833; d. Dec. 30, 1869. 

867. Anna Sydney, b. Mar. 11, 1809 ; m. Kev. D. 

D. Tappan, Sept. 28, 1859; d. May 6, 1885. 
Nathaniel Carter died in Kennebuuk, June 10, 1842, 
2d. 86. 

Mrs. E. C. Carter died in Kennebimk, June 23, 1857. 

391 

Charles Cutts, son of Samuel and Anna (Holyoke) 
Cutts, married Lucy Henry Southall of Richmond, 
Va., 1812. 

868. Samuel Holyoke, b. Nov., 1813 ; m. Maria de 

Kraaft, Nov., 1866. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 8i 

869. Stephen Southall, b. 1815; m. Anne Lacey, 

1848, s. p. 

870. Martha Henry, b. 1817 ; d. unm. in Lewins- 

ville, Va., Oct. 10, 1881. 
Mrs. L. H. Cutts died Sept. 12, 1868. 
Cbaiies Cutts was graduated from Harvard College 
in 1789, elected Speaker of the N. H. House of Dele- 
gates 1809, U. S. Senate 1811, Secretary U. S. Senate 
till 1825. 

396 

William Richard Cutts, son of Edward and Eliza- 
beth (Grerrish) Cutts, married Lydia Johnson, June 29, 
1816, Kittery, Me. 

871. Adelaide, b. 1819 ; m. (1) Jno. Wyman, s. p., 

d.; (2) Mr. Oliver Bragdon, s. p. 

872. Edward, b. 1824; d. y. 

873. Sarah Johnson, b. 1822; m. Chas. C. Barrell, 

Jan. 1, 1845 ; d. Sept. 29, 1851. 
Mrs. L. J. Cutts died Nov. 28, 1824. 
Wm. Richard Cutts married second, Abigail Junkins, 
1826. 

874. Julia, b. 

Mrs. A. J. Cutts married second, Dr. Fabyan. 

397 

Edward Cutts (Jr.) (Attorney), married Mary Huske 
Sheaf e, and left no children. He was a prominent 
and successful lawyer in Portsmouth, N. H., for many 
years. 

Mrs. Mary H. S. Cutts died April 8, 1869, ss. 82. 

398 

Mary Cutts, daughter of Judge Edward and Eliza- 
beth (Gerrish) Cutts, married Rev. Asa Piper of Wake- 
field, N. H, Apr. 6, 1788. 
11 



82 CuTTS Genealogy. 

875. Elizabeth Geeeisii, b. July 11, 1789; m., 

Jan. 21, 1814, Porter K. Wiggin; d. May 30, 
1881. 

876. Edwaed Cutts, b. Dec. 30, 1791 ; m. Sarah 

(Jones) Swasey, May 18, 1828 ; d. Feb. 27, 
1881. 

877. Maeianne, b. Oct. 14, 1801; m. (1) Peter 

Home; (2) Jonathan Pollard; d. 1885. 

878. Asa Leonaed, b. Apr. 20, 1798; d. unm. 

at Wakefield, K H., Nov. 2, 1844. 
Kev. Asa Piper died in Wakefield, N. H., May 17, 
1835. 

399 
Sarah Cutts, daughter of Judge Edward and Eliza- 
beth (Gerrish) Cutts, married William Cutts, son of 
Thomas and Elizabeth (Donnell) Cutts, Oct. 16, 1808. 
(See 423.) 

879. Edwaed, b. Feb. 13, 1809; m. (1) Hannah 

Junkins, 1830 ; (2) Hannah Thompson, 1834 ; 
d. 1845. 

880. Elizabeth, b. 1811 ; d. unm., 1829. 

881. Saeah, b. 1812; m. Jos. P. Junkins, May 18, 

1831; d. July 2, 1853. 

882. Maey, b. ; m. Jos. S. Clark; d. 
Mrs. Sarah C. Cutts died Jan., 1828. 

400 

Richard Foxwell Cutts, son of Foxwell Curtis and 
Mary (Goodwin) Cutts, married Elizabeth Cutts 
(414), daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth (Scammon) 
Cutts, Jan. 9, 1785. 

883. William, b. Jan. 5, 1786; m. Betsy Thornton, 

Oct. 7, 1821 ; d. Aug. 10, 1867. 

884. Elizabeth (Betsy), b. Nov. 25, 1787 ; m. Tris- 

tram Hooper, Sept. 17, 1809 ; d. Oct. 14, 1882. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 83 

885. Maey Louisa, b. Dec. 5, 1789 ; m. Wm. Frost; 

d. 

886. Sarah, b. 1791 ; d. 1791. 

887. Sarah Foxwell, b. June 27, 1793; m. L 

Livingstone; d. Jan., 1890. 

888. Marianne, b. Jan. 9, 1796; m. Sani'l Parks, 

s. p., d. 187 . 

889. Thos. Jefferson, b. Aug. 23, 1798 ; m. Huldah 

Chadbourne, Mar. 29, 1826 ; d. Sept. 9, 
1844. 

890. Caroline, b. Apr. 8, 1801 ; m. Jas. Webster, 

Dec. 29, 1825 ; d. Dec. 19, 1882. 

891. Foxwell Curtis; b. May 25, 1803; m. Lucy 

Jacobs, June 29, 1836 ; d. April 9, 1892. 

892. Richard Dominicus, b. Feb. 15, 1809 ; m. 

Hannah Hobbs ; d. 1884. 
Richard Foxwell Cntts was representative to the 
General Court, 1790, 1793-97, 1800-3, 1806, 1809, 
1811, 1812, 1813, also town clerk, and a selectman 
from 1785-1810, in Berwick, Me. He was also dele- 
gate to the Constitutional Convention in 1787. 

403 

Joseph Cutts, son of Richard and Sarah (Frost) 
Cutts, married Mary Chauncy, daughter of Charles 
and Joanna Cutts (Gemsh) Chauncy, Apr. 10, 
1790. 

893. Sarah Chauncy, b. Feb., 1791 ; d. unm., July 

1, 1874. 

894. Mary Chauncy, b. , 1792 ; d. Oct., 1795. 

895. Joseph (Lt.), b. , 1795; d. unm., Sept., 

1839. 

896. Chas. Robert, b. , 1805 ; d. unm., Apr. 5, 

1869. 

897. Isaac, b. , 1808; d. 1809. 



84 CuTTS Genealogy. 

404 

Richard Cutts, son of Kicliard and Sarah (Frost) 
Cutts, married Joanna Raynes, daughter of Daniel and 
Jane (Gerrish) Raynes (825), 1814. 

898. Mary Joanna, b. May 26, 1825 ; m. Wm. Cutts, 

Feb. 29, 1852; d. 1873. 

899. Lucy Jane, b. Aug. 12, 1822; m. Jno. A. 

Lawrence (who d. Aug. 29, 1874), Aug. 25, 
1865, s. p.; d. May 1, 1882. 

900. Eastman, b. June 16, 1827; m. Louisa East- 

man, Nov. 26, 1866 ; d. July 2, 1869. 

405 

Sarah Cutts, daughter of Richard and Sarah (Frost) 
Cutts, married Capt. Daniel Bartlett, Nov. 29, 
1786. 

901. RicHAED, b. 1787 ; m. ; d. in Alabama. 

902. Nathaniel, b. 1788 ; d. y. 

903. Dorcas Cutts, b, Nov. 10, 1789 ; m. Jos. Frost, 

Nov. 19, 1811 ; d. July 20, 1828. 

904. Daniel, b. Dec. 9, 1791; m. Mary Yeaton; 

d. Mar. 27, 1872. 

905. William, b. Nov. 29, 1793 ; m. Hannah I^eal, 

1817; d. July 9, 1852, 

906. Joseph, b. Mar. 16, 1800; m. Mary Poole, Oct. 

25, 1830; d. May 25, 1885. 

907. Oliver, b. Mar. 15, 1802 ; d. unm., Dec. 26, 

1878, Natick, Mass. 

908. Thos. Cwrrs, b. May 1, 1805; m. Anne Don- 

nell, 1828. 

909. George Charles, b. June 15, 1807; m. Han- 

nah E. Elkius, May 13, 1841; d. Mar., 
1876. 

910. Mary Joanna, b. Mar. 2, 1809; m. Daniel 

Pierce, Nov. 29, 1831 ; d. Jan. 7, 1880. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 85 

Mary Cutts, daughter of Col. Thomas and Eliza- 
beth (Scammon) Cutts, married Samuel Abbott, A. M., 
June 24, 1788. 

911. Samuel Phillips, b. ; drowned at New 

London, Conn., Jan. 27, 1813. 

912. Thomas Cutts, b. ; d. Dec, 1817. 
Samuel Abbott (Sr.) died May 8, 1792, 99. 32. He 

was a son of Col. George and Hannah (Lovejoy) 
Abbott, and a graduate of Harvard College, 1784. 

413 

Foxwell Cutts, son of Col. Thomas and Elizabeth 
(Scammon) Cutts, married, Aug 2, 1789, Sarah Scam- 
mon, daughter of Col. James and Hannab (Page) 
Scammon, who died Aug. 1, 1806, se. 38, by whom he 
had no children. His second wife was Hannah Dustin 
Page, daughter of Daniel and Lydia (Haines) Page, 
June 24, 1807. 

913. Chas, Foxwell, b. June 25, 1808 ; d. unm., 

May 3, 1855. 

914. Sarah Elizabeth Scammon, b. Jan. 28, 1810 ; 

m. Albert Lane, Nov. 8, 1834. 

915. Maky Abbott, b. Aug. 11, 1811 ; d. unm., Aug. 

21, 1868. 

916. Hannah Foxwell, b. May 25, 1816; d. May 

12, 1817. 
Mrs. Hannah D. (Page) Cutts died Aug. 14, 1847, 
86. 63. 

415 

Capt. Thomas Cutts (Jr.), son of Col, Thomas and 
Elizabeth (Scammon) Cutts, married Elizabeth Hight, 
Jan. 31, 1802. 

917. Wm. Temple, b. Feb. 11, 1803 ; d. unm., at sea. 



86 CuTTS Genealogy. 

Mrs. Elizabeth H. Cutts died Sept. 31, 1803. 

Capt. Thomas Cutts married Mary Cook, daughter 
of Hon. Orchard and Mary (Hodge) Cook, June 2, 
1807 (she was called "the belle of the east" on ac- 
count of her beauty and accomplishments). 

918. Maey Elizabeth, b. Apr. 5, 1808 ; d. unm., 

Apr. 28, 1878. 

919. Tiios., b. Feb. 4, 1810; m. Susan Ann (Calef) 

Bartlett, Oct. 20, 1846, s. p. ; d. in Chicago, 
111., June 16, 1870. 

920. Julia Augusta Adelaide, b. Nov. 26, 1826; 

m. J. Q. A. Scammon, June 25, 1845; d. 
May 28, 1868. 
Mrs. Mary (Cook) Cutts died June 3, 1866, £e. 81. 

416 

Richard Cutts, son of Col. Thomas and Elizabeth 
(Scammon) Cutts, married Anna Payne, daughter of 
John and Mary (Coles) Payne, March 31, 1804. 

921. Jas. Madison, b. July 29, 1805 ; m. Ellen E. 

O'Neale; d. May 11, 1863. 

922. Thomas, b. Dec. 1, 1806 ; m. Hannah H. Irvine, 

Dec, 1S33; d. Sept. 2, 1838. 

923. Walter Coles, b. Aug. 7, 1808 ; lost at 

sea. 

924. RicHAED, b. Jan. 21, 1810 ; d. Oct., 1815. 

925. Dolly Payne Madison, b. July 13, 1811; d. 

Dec. 13, 1838. 

926. Mary Estelle Elizabeth, b. Sept. 16, 1814; 

d.y. 

927. Richard Dominicus, b. Sept. 21, 1817 ; m. 

Martha Jefferson Hackley, 1845 ; d. Dec. 13, 
1883. 
Mrs. xlnna (Payne) Cutts died Aug. 14, 1832. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 87 

417 

Sarah Cutts, daiigliter of Col. Thomas and Eliza- 
beth (Scammon) Cutts, married Thomas Gilbert 
Thornton, M. D., Saco, Me., Nov. 26, 1793. 

928. James Brown, b. Sept. 26, 1794; m. Eliza 

Gookin, Jan. 20, 1817; d. Feb. 13, 1878. 

929. Thos. Gilbert, b. May 28, 1796; d. May 30, 

1796. 

930. EicHARD Cutts, b. May 21, 1797 ; d. Jan. 20, 

1817. 

931. Elizabeth Cutts, b. Feb. 28, 1799; m. Wm. 

Cutts, Oct. 27, 1821 ; d. Mar. 13, 1841. 

932. Sarah Cutts, b. Mar. 19, 1801; m. Moses 

Emeiy, Nov. 27, 1823; d. Jan. 15, 1892. 

933. Anna Payne, b. Feb. 8, 1803; m. Jno. Fair- 

field, Sept. 5, 1825; d. July 28, 1882. 

934. Mary Cogswell, b. Apr. 4, 1805 ; d. y. 

935. Thos. Gilbert, b. May 4, 1807 ; d. Nov. 9, 

1807. 

936. Thos. Gilbert, b. May 12, 1809 ; m. Lucy Ann 

Wilde, s. p. 

937. Albert Gallatin, b. Feb. 1, 1812; d. Sept. 1, 

1891. 

938. Caroline Augusta, b. Aug. 14, 1814; m. Wm. 

Batchelder, s. p., Nov., 1842. He died May 
21, 1857. 

939. Sydney Hampden, b. Apr. 4, 1816 ; d. y. 

419 

Eunice Cutts, daughter of Col. Thomas and Eliza- 
beth (Scammon) Cutts, married Major Samuel Nye, 
Sept. 20, 1803. 

940. Mary Elizabeth, b. Jan. 24, 1806 ; m. Jas. G. 

B. Snow, July 9, 1826 ; d. Nov. 20, 1890. 



88 CuTTs Genealogy. 

941. Eunice Cutts, b. Dec. 28, 1807; d. iinm., June 

29, 1889. 

942. Ann Matilda, b. Aug. T, 1808 ; d. unm., Aug. 

25, 1891. 

943. Caroline Augusta, b. Aug., 1811 ; d. Feb. 12, 

1816. 

944. Samuel, b. Jan. 9, 1814 ; d. unm., June 6, 1844. 

945. Chas. Augustus, b. June 19, 1816; d. unm., 

June 7, 1886. 

946. Joseph Thomas, b. May 19, 1819; d. unm., 

June 14, 1859. 

947. Benj. Bangs, b. Mar., 1822 ; d. 1822. 

948. Chaelotte Augusta, b. May 9, 1823 ; d. 1823. 

949. DoMiNicus Cutts, b. April 19, 1824; m. Helen 

M. Dearborn; d. July 29, 1889. 

Major Samuel Nye died Mar. 4, 1826, ae. 48 (a son 
of Deacon Joseph Nye, of Park Street Church in 
Boston), Third Regiment, U. S. Artillery, War of 
1812. Many of the valuable relics of this family have 
passed into the possession of "The York Institute," 
of Saco, Me. These include unique specimens of furni- 
ture, books, portraits, ancient clothing and minor arti- 
cles. 

420 

Sarah (Sally) Sayward, daughter of Jonathan and 
Sarah (Mitchell) Sayward, married Nathaniel Barrell, 
son of John and Ruth (Creen) Barrell, Nov. 23, 1758. 

950. Sarah (Sally) Sayward, b. Oct. 1, 1759; m. 

Richard Keating, Nov. 23, 1778 ; d. June 6, 
1855. 

951. Nathaniel, b. Mar. 4, 1764; d. Sept. 16, 1765. 

952. Ruth, b. June 22, 1765; m. (1) Moses Sewall, 

Feb. 7, 1786; (2) Mr. Arnold, Mar. 7, 1814 ; d. 
May 25, 1848. 

953. Betsey, b. Feb. 22, 1767; d. Feb. 27, 1767. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 89 

954. Olive, b. Feb. 9, 1768; m. Sam'l Emerson, Aug. 

15, 1791; d. June 13, 1844. 

955. Maeia, b. Oct. 23, 1769 ; m. Jos. Moody, Oct. 

14, 1792; d. Oct. 9, 1860. 

956. JoN. Saywaed, b. Feb. 21, 1772 ; m. (1) Mary 

Plummer, Feb. 5, 1795 ; (2) Anna Plummer, 
Oct. 6, 1816; d. May 25, 1857. 

957. Hannah, b. Jan. 27, 1774; m. David Sewall, 

Sept. 7, 1793; d. Aug. 21, 1853. 

958. John, b. Apr. 7, 1776; m. (1) Abigail Kings- 

burv, June 1, 1807 ; (2) Tbeodosia Lyman^ 
Mar. 14, 1816 ; d. Feb. 16, 1867. 

959. Chaelotte, b. June 11, 1778 ; m. Nathaniel 

Cheever, Sept. 16, 1804; d. June 17,1854. 

960. Geoege Guelphs, b. Nov. 24, 1780; d. at 

Barcelona, Spain, Nov. 12, 1838. 
Nathaniel Barrel! died April 4, 1831, ge. 99. 

4S1 

Thomas Donnell Cutts, son of Thomas and Eliza- 
beth (Donnell) Cutts, married Joanna Staples, 1781. 

961. Elizabeth Donnell, b. 1781 ; m. Capt. David 

Wilcox, Oct. 26, 1806 ; d. Apr. 21, 1848. 

962. Thomas Donnell, b. Dec. 30, 1783; d. Nov. 

25 1789. 

963. Sally, b. Feb. 20, 1786 ; d. Apr. 24, 1786. 

964. Joanna, b. Aug. 26, 1788 ; d. y. 

965. Thomas, b. June 10, 1791 ; d. y. 

966. Augustus, b. Aug. 22, 1793 ; midshipman, 

1813; lieutenant, 1825; d. June 12, 1829. 

967. Alziea, b. July 7, 1795 ; d. y. 

968. Caeoline, b. 1797 ; m. Jas. B. Chick, June 3, 

1824. 

969. HiEAM, b. 1799 ; m. Miss Brown ; d. in Illinois. 
Mrs. Joanna S. Cutts died 1845, se. 87. 

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90 CuTTS Genealogy. 

4S3 

William Cutts, son of Thomas and Elizabeth (Don- 
nell) Cutts, married Miss Kent, Nov. 17, 1796. 

970. Theodore, b. 1797 ; m. Martha Eaton, Sept. 

22, 1833. 

971. William (Jr.), b. 1799; m. Betsey Swazey, s. p. 
Wm. Cutts married second, Sarah Cutts. (See 399.) 

John Cutts, son of Robert and Lydia (Fernald) 
Cutts, married Abigail Johnson, Dec. 28, 1782. 

972. Lydia, b. Se]3t. 13, 1783 ; d. unm., July 19, 

1846. 

973. Afne, b. ; d. unm. 

974. Asa, b. Oct. 10, 1788; m. Mary Pierson ; d. 

1813. 

975. Joseph, b. July, 1791 ; m. Hannah Jacobs, 

Feb., 1822; d. Nov. 6, 1852. 
Mrs. A. J. Cutts died March 2, 1823. 

498 

Lydia Cutts, daughter of Robert and Lydia (Fer- 
nald) Cutts, married Samuel Clarke, Dec. 15, 1793. 

976. Polly, b. Aug. 8, 1794; unm.; d. Nov. 23, 

1869. 

977. Olivee, b. Oct. 16, 1796; m. Miss Frye; d. 

Sei3t. 6, 1851. 

978. Nathaneel, b. Nov. 23, 1798; m. Charlotte 

Ham. 

979. Robert, b. Nov. 23, 1798 ; m. ; d. 

980. Nabby, b. Feb. 2, 1801. 

981. Samuel (Jr.), b. July 8, 1803 ; d. unm., Sept. 19, 

1860. 

982. Margery, b. July 8, 1803; d. unm., Oct. 20, 

1819. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 91 

983. John, b. Jan. 27, 1806; m. twice. 
Samuel Clark died Marcli 10, 1815, se. 50. 

430 

Theodore Atkinson Cutts, son of Robert and Mar- 
gery P. (Wentworth) Cutts, married Mary A. Furnald, 

Nov. 25, 1804. 

984. Olive, b. May 27, 1806; m. (1) Oliver Clark, 

1833 (see 986); (2) M. Hatch ; d. Sept. 1, 
1884. 

985. Thomas, b. Oct. 23, 1807; d. unm., 1843. 
Mrs. Mary A. (Furnald) Cutts died April 13, 1853, 

ge. 86. 

Mary (Polly) Cutts, daughter of Robert and Mar- 
gery P. (Wentwortli) Cutts, married John Clarke of 
Dayton, Me. (pub. Jan. 6, 1801). 

986. Oliver, b. ; m. Olive Cutts (see 984) ; d. 

1835. 

987. Sophia, b. ; m. Mr. Currier. 

988. Almira, b. ; m. Mr. Buck. 

989. Margery, b. ; m. Mr. Hight. 

990. Elizabeth, b. ; m. Nathaniel Clark. 

991. William, b. 

434 

William Cutts, son of Robert and Margery P. 
(Wentworth) Cutts, married Hannah Grouard, June 
29, 1802. 

992. Oliver, b. July 6, 1803; m. (1) Mrs. Elizabeth 

Smith, 1828; (2) Mrs. Walder, 1863; d. 
Nov. 2, 1889. 

993. Hannah, b. Jan., 1805 ; m. John Brown (Jr.), 

Jan. 16, 1838 ; d. Feb. 23, 1859. 



92 CuTTs Genealogy. 

994. Harriet, b. 1807; d. unm., Apr. 28, 1837. 

995. Augusta, b. ; m. Mr. Thomas. 
990. Julia, b. ; m. Mr. William Mills. 
William Cutts died at Richmond, Va., Sept. 24, 1823. 
Mrs. Hannah G. Cutts died Mar. 18, 1872, se. 89. 

435 

Thomas Cutts, son of Robert and Margery P. 
(Wentworth) Cutts, married Eunice Cutts, 1813. (See 

409) ^ . 

997. Wentworth, b. ; m. Ann Mary Curtis. 

437 

Margery Pepperrell Cutts, daughter of Robert and 
Margery P. (Wentworth) Cutts, married MarkFurnald, 
Mar. 6, 1806 (who died 1831). 

998. William Cutts, b. Sept. 7, 1807; m. Jane Tib- 

betts, Oct. 1, 1835. 

999. James Madison, b. Apr. 23, 1809 ; d. 1809. 

1000. Hiram, b. May 16, 1811; m. Maria Childs, 1836; 

d. 1870. 

1001. Samuel, b. Apr. 25, 1813; m. Lavinia Wher- 

ren;d. Oct. 15, 1886. 

1002. Elizabeth, b. Apr. 29, 1815; m. Elisha Ham- 

mond, 1838. 

1003. Robert Cutts, b. June 4, 1817; m. Caroline 

Nowell. 

1004. Mark (Jr.), b. Aug. 10, 1820; m. Julia Han- 

son, 1842; d. Nov. 16, 1868. 

1005. John, b. Oct. 7, 1822 ; m. Mary A. Paul, 1846. 

1006. Mary, b. Jan. 8, 1825; m. Moses Hammond, 

1854. 

1007. Margery Pepperrell Cutts, b. July 23, 1827; 

m. Wm. A. Furnald, 1850; d. Feb. 26, 
1892. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 93 

439 

Dorcas Cutts, daughter of Josepli and Mary (Steven- 
son) Cutts, married Samuel Gunnison, Feb. 25, 1780. 

1008. Joseph, b. Apr. 8, 1781 ; m. Tabitha Wells, 

1802. 

1009. Samuel (Jr.), b. Dec. 15, 1786; m. Eliza 

Williams, Sept. 4, 1809. 

1010. William, b. Sept. 3, 1789; d. Nov. 5, 1795. 

1011. Polly, b. Feb. 23, 1792 ; d. Nov. 3, 1795. 

1012. Alice, b. June 17, 1794; m. John Straw, 

June 3, 1819. 

1013. William, b. Feb. 8, 1797 ; m. Laura Willey. 

1014. Oliver, b. Apr. 4, 1800 ; m. Susan Willey, 

Oct. 21, 1822. 

441 

William Cutts, son of Joseph and Mary (Stevenson) 
Cutts, married Betsey Kerswell (or Caswell), of York, 
Jan. 18, 1789. 

1015. Robert, b. ; d. unm.; in War of 1812. 

1016. Horace, b. ; m. Mary Carr. 

1017. Alvah, b. ; m. Lucy Piper. 

1018. Polly, b. ; m. John Clapp, s. p., 1809. 

1019. William (Jr.), b. ; m. Olive Dame. 

442 

Mary (Molly) Cutts, daughter of Joseph and Mary 

(Stevenson) Cutts, married Daniel Moses. 

1020. William, b. ; m. Lucy Cutts. (See IO49.) 

1021. Sarah, b. ; m. John Ayers. 

443 

Elizabeth (Betty) Cutts, daughter of Joseph and 
Mary (Stevenson) Cutts, married Jacob Wortheu. 

1022. Samuel, b. ; m. Miss Owen. 



94 CuTTS Genealogy. 

444 

Thomas Cutts, son of Joseph and Mary (Stevenson) 
Cutts, married Lucy Bascom, daughter of Elias and 
Eunice (Allen) Bascom, and settled in Orwell, Vt. 

1023. Sarah (Sally), b. Feb. 16, 1795; m. Asa 

Fletcher; d. Aug. 23, 1869. 

1024. Lorraine, b. Apr. 2, 1797 ; m. Emeline Mur- 

ray, Jan. 24, 1832 ; d. Oct. 15, 1865. 

1025. Edward, b. Nov. 30, 1798; m. Eliza Messer, 

1821; d. 1875. 

1026. Thomas (Jr.), b. Oct. 25, 1800; m. Fannie 

Kingsley, Nov. 30, 1826 ; d. Aug. 3, 
1860. 

1027. Lucy, b. Dec. 2, 1802 ; m. Isaac Fisher, June 

12,1846; d. Dec. 21, 1879. 

1028. Dan'l Buell, b. Mar. 20, 1804; m. Lucy 

Smith, Mar. 14, 1827 ; d. Jan. 20, 1874. 

1029. Ira Bascom, b. May 14, 1806 ; m. (1) Mary E. 

Messer, Jan. 30, 1824 ; (2) Julia D. Hitch- 
cock, 1879; *d. Feb. 16, 1889. 

1030. PhiloxMela, b. Mar. 23, 1808 ; d. num., Feb. 

27, 1853. 

1031. Fidelia, b. Apr. 20, 1810 ; m. Silas Bucher, 

Apr. 1, 1834 ; d. Oct. 21, 1879. 

1032. Mary Melissa, b. Nov. 12, 1812 ; m. S. Per- 

sons, Oct. 8, 1840; d. Apr. 7, 1875. 

1033. William, b. Oct. 25, 1815; m. Margaret 

Gourley. 

1034. Linus Aurelian, b. Jan. 30, 1818 ; m. Annah 

E. Smith, June 26, 1844. 

1035. Eunice Caroline, b. Nov. 13, 1821 ; m. P. A. 

Swift, Aug. 12, 1849 ; d. Mar. 12, 1888. 

1036. Elias Bascom, b. July 5, 1824; m. ■ . 

Mrs. Lucy B. Cutts died Aug. 5, 1841, se. 63. 

*Died s. p. Feb. 14, 1879. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 95 

445 

Charles Cutts, son of Joseph and Mary (Stevenson) 
Cutts, married Abigail Hurd, 1793. 

1037. John, b. Mar. 23, 1794; m. (1) Hannah Rand; 

(2) Martha Parsley. 

1038. Oliver, b. Jan. 19, 1796 ; m. Charlotte Crox- 

ford, Apr. 29, 1823; d. June 14, 1875. 

1039. Nathan, b. Mar. 15, 1798 ; m. Mary Burnham, 

Apr., 1824; d. May, 1865. 

1040. Dorcas, b. Jan. 27, 1800; m. Stephen 'Cisco, 

Sept., 1818. 

1041. Reuben, b. July 7, 1802; m. M. E. Cheney, 

Feb. 14, 1828; d. Mar. 15, 1890. 

1042. Thankful, b. Oct. 4, 1804; m. David C. Max- 

well, Nov. 28, 1827; d. Oct. 7, 1853. 

1043. Ariel, b. Oct. 25, 1806; m, Rebecca Cisco, 

1829. 

1044. Sylvester, b. Sept. 15, 1808; d. July 27, 

1809. 

1045. Abigail, b. July 27, 1809 ; m. P. Maxfield, 

Nov. 13, 1828. 

1046. Sally, b. May 11, 1814; m. Daniel Currier, 

May 11, 1843; d. Oct. 28, 1869. 

1047. Lemira, b. May 8, 1816; m. Nathan Maxfield, 

Mar. 1, 1838; d. Mar. 16, 1884. 
Mrs. A. H. Cutts died Oct. 25, 1858, sa. 81. 

446 

Edward Cutts, son of Joseph and Mary (Stevenson) 
Cutts, married Ruth Rice. 

1048. Betsey, b. ; m. Wilder Harris. 

1049. Lucy, b. ; m. William Moses. (See 1020.) 

1050. Alzira, b. 

1051. Louis, b. 

1052. LoRENj'^b. 



96 CuTTS Genealogy. 

447 

Hannah Cutts, daughter of Joseph and Mary (Steven- 
son) Cutts, married David Harris. 

1053. Wilder, b. ; m. Betsey Cutts. (See 1048.) 

1054. Melvin, b. ; m. Polly Cutler. 

1055. Emeline, b. ; m. Orange Whitney. 

1056. Orlan, b. ; m. Abigail Dame. 

448 
Samuel Cutts, son of Joseph and Mary (Stevenson) 
Cutts, married Mehitable Batchelder. 

1057. Sarah, b. ; m. John Smart. 

1058. Laura, b. ; m. Mr. Clark. 

449 

Sarah Cutts, daughter of Joseph and Mary (Steven- 
son) Cutts, married Enoch Huntoon, M. D. 

1059. Lucy, b. 

1060. John Merritt, b. 

1061. Edward, b. 

1062. Malvina, b. ; unm. 

1063. Joseph, b. 

1064. Sally, b. ; m. Joseph Harvey. 

430 

Mary Cutts, daughter of Samuel and Mary (Hill) 
Cutts, married Enoch Billings. 

1065. Mary, b. ; d. unm., ge. 20. 

1066. Susannah, b. ; m. Solomon Davis. 

1067. Sarah, b. ; m. Jonathan Lewis, s. p.; d. 

Feb. 15, 1833. 

1068. Abiah, b. ; m. Seth Soper (Jr.). 
Mrs. Mary C. Billings married Jabez Bradbury. 

1069. Enoch Billings, b. Nov. 16, 1809; m. Mary 

Chase Huse, Aug. 29, 1833. 

1070. Caroline, b. Nov. 20, 1811 ; m. Hartley Cutts. 

(See 1 091.) 



CuTTS Genealogy. 97 

451 

Sarah Cutts, daughter of Samuel and Sarah (Hill) 
Cutts, married William Stevens, son of Caleb and 
Betsey (Wilson) Stevens, Dec. 5, 1803. 

1071. Sarah Hill, b. Sept. 1, 1804; m. Reuben 

Stevens, Aug. 24, 1828. 

1072. SoPHRONiA, b. July 19, 1806 ; m. Geo. B. Gay, 

Aug. 26, 1828. 

1073. William, b. Mar. 12, 1808 ; d. unm., buried 

in mid-ocean, 1831. 

1074. Almira, b. Jan. 21, 1810 ; m. Chas. Gay. 

1075. George Washingtoist, b. Feb. 9, 1812 ; d. 

June 22, 1817. 

Hannah Cutts, daughter of Samuel and Sarah (Hill) 
Cutts, married Philip Fowler, son of Philip and 
Sarah (Shatswell) Fowler, Feb. 20, 1790. 

1076. MARY,b.Nov. 17, 1792; m. Jos. Pindar, 1815 ; 

d. Jan. 14, 1861. 

1077. John Cutts, b. Oct. 3, 1794 ; m. Mary W. 

Nutter, Apr. 4, 1822 ; d. May 3, 1869. 

1078. Eliza, b. Dec. 10, 1796; m. Thos. Brown, 

Jan. 13, 1825, s. p. 

1079. Sarah, b. May 9, 1799; d. unm., Jan. 5, 

1832. 

1080. Charlotte, b. July 20, 1801 ; m. David 

Stevens, May 21, 1828; d. Feb., 1889. 

1081. Samuel, b. June 5, 1804; d. Sept. 5, 1804. 
Philip Fowler died Nov. 6, 1807. 

Mrs. Hannah C. Fowler married Capt. Robert Clarke, 
Apr. 4, 1822, of South New Market, N. H. 
Capt. Robert Clark died Nov. 18, 1834. 
Mrs. Hannah C. Clark died Nov. 9, 1854. 
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98 CuTTs Genealogy. 

453 

Thomas Cutts^ son of Samuel and Sarali (Hill) Cntts, 
married Sarali Colburn, daughter of Oliver and Mar- 
garet (Burns) Colburn, Nov. 30, 1797. 

1082. Samuel, b. Oct. 21, 1798; m. Dolly Bray, 

Dec. 26, 1823 ; d. 1864. 

1083. Thos. (Jr.), b. July 3, 1800; d. June 2, 1819. 

1084. DoECAs, b. May 15, 1802; m. Jos. Luce, Dec. 

29, 1824. 

1085. William, b. Aug. 19, 1804 ; m. Eachel Jack- 

son, Sept. 12, 1830; d. Sept. 27, 1860. 

1086. Abigail, b. May 31, 1806; m. Sewell Eand, 

Dec. 11, 1823. 

1087. Geoege, b. May 24, 1808 ; m. Anna MetcaLf, 

Apr. 2, 1829; d. Sept. 26, 1866. 

1088. James, b. Aug. 11, 1810; m. Olive Colburn, 

Jan. 28, 1834. 

1089. Saeah Ann, b. Aug. 12, 1812; m. Oliver 

Kollins, Feb., 1834; d. June 2, 1888. 

1090. Oliver, b. Mar. 5, 1815 ; m. Hannah Cutts, 

Aug. 4, 1840; d. Feb. 16, 1885. 

454 

Samuel Cutts, son of Samuel and Sarah (Hill) 
Cutts, mari'ied Mary Catherine Woodward, daughter 
of Samuel and Deborah (Jackson) Woodward, Nov. 
16, 1806. 

1091. Haetley, b. Oct. 29, 1807 ; m. C. Bradbury, 

Nov. 9, 1832 ; d. Dec. 26, 1858. 

1092. Samuel, b. Jan. 7, 1809; m. A. Woodward, 

Apr. 5, 1834 ; d. Sept. 18, 1875. 

1093. Maey, b. Feb. 2, 1810 ; m.F. Philbrick, Oct., 

1844; d. Feb. 7, 1853. 

1094. Kathaeine, b. July 30, 1811 ; m. S. F. Wads- 

worth, Aug. 31, 1836. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 99 

1095. Louise, b. Jan. 18, 1813; m. W. L. Flitner, 

Aug. IT, 1841 ; d. May 27, 1889. 

1096. Amos Woodwaed, b. Sept. 21, 1814 ; m. 

A. S. Colburn, Nov. 29, 1838; d. Aug. 30, 
1886. 

1097. Washington, b. Aug. 16, 1817; m. Miss 

Tibbetts, Nov. 12, 1844. 

1098. Emily, b. Feb. 27, 1823. 

1099. Susan Woodwaed, b. July 30, 1824 ; m. Jno. 

Covin, Nov. 23, 1842. 
Mrs. M. C. W. Cutts died Mar. 23, 1857, ae. 79. 

455 

Elisha Cutts, son of Samuel and Sarah (Hill) Cutts, 
married Hannab Hooper, 1802. 

1100. Robert, b. Aug. 24, 1804; m. Anna Dorr. 

1101. Enoch Billings, b. Oct. 4, 1806; m. Lucretia 

Gray, s. p.; d. 

1102. William, b. May 16, 1808; m. Elizabeth 

Aldrich. 

1103. Mary, b. July 22, 1810 ; m. Ira Vaughan. 

1104. Sarah Ann, b. Oct. 28, 1812 ; m. D. Thurs- 

ton ; d, before 1860. 

1105. Hannah, b. Oct. 5, 1815; m. Oliver Cutts. 

(See 1090.) 

1106. Elisha, b. Jan. 21, 1819; m. Eliza Lincoln. 

1107. Samuel, b. ; m. Lydia . 

457 

Betsey Cutts^ daughter of Samuel and Sarah (Hill) 
Cutts, married Joseph Flitner, Apr. 23, 1807. 

1108. Joseph, b. Apr. 14, 1808; m. Cordelia W. 

Flitner, Dec. 14, 1837 ; d. Mar. 2, 1850. 

1109. Eliza, b. Nov. 30, 1811; m. D. L. Packard, 

Aug. 10, 1834; d. Mar. 11, 1883. 



loo CuTTS Genealogy. 

1110. Wm. Ladd, b. Apr. 8, 1813; m. Louisa Cutts 

(see 1095), Aug. 17, 1841. 

1111. Geo. Washington, b. Jan. 12, 1815 ; m. Mary 

A. Chase, May 20, 1844. 

1112. Samuel Cutts, b. Oct. 13, 1816 ; m. Sophronia 

S. Jackson, Sept. 9, 1846. 

1113. Elijah Jackson, b. Dec. 20, 1819 ; d. May 24, 

1820. 

1114. Mary, b. June 21, 1821. 

1115. Saeah, b. Nov. 12, 182;^. 

1116. Albion, b. Dec. 18, 1825; d. unin., Bowdoin 

College, Aug. 1, 1855. 

1117. Edwin, b. Dec. 18, 1827. 

458 

Dorcas Cutts, daughter of Samuel and Sarah (Hill) 
Cutts, married Deacon Isaac Lapham, son of Rogers 
and Mary (White) Lapham, July 18, 1816. 

1118. Mary Elizabeth, b. June 24, 1817; m. Z. 

Flitner, Aug. 16, 1838; d. Oct. 20, 1869. 

1119. Isaac (Jr.), b. Aug. 12, 1821; m. Mary B. 

Soper, d. May 7, 1851 ; d. Jan. 22, 1871. 

1120. Samuel Rogers, b. Apr. 10, 1824; m. Mary 

E. Davis, Dec. 26, 1850. 

1121. Wm. Cutts, b. Apr. 14, 1831 ; m. Isabella 

Weeks. 

1122. Edward Augustus, b. Apr. 4, 1835; m. 

Myra E. Beedle, May 3, 1860. 
Isaac Lapham (Sr.) died May 3, 1866. 

459 

Abigail Cutts, daughter of Samuel and Sarah (Hill) 
Cutts, married Elijah Jackson, Oct. 20, 1810. 

1123. Rachel, b. Sept. 9, 1811 ; m. Wm. Cutts (see 

1085), Sept. 12, 1830; d. July 5, 1881. 



CuTTS Genealogy. ioi 

1124. Alvina, b. July 3, 1813; m. Henry Adams; 

d. Mar. 4, 1835. 

1125. Abigail Maria, b. Sept. 14, 1817; m. S. O. 

Flitner, Sept. 26, 1837. 

1126. Elijah, b. July 13, 1821; m. Elizabeth H. 

Lord, June 1, 1848. 

1127. SoPHEONiA, b. June 9, 1823 ; m. S. 0. Flitner, 

Sept. 9, 1846. 

1128. Mary Elizabeth, b. Feb. 2, 1826 ; m. Z. Flit- 

ner, s. p., July 6, 1871. 

1129. Geo. Follansbee, b. Oct. 7, 1827 ; m. Rachel 

Dearborn, Jan. 2, 1854. 
Elijali Jackson died Jan. 8, 1868. 

Sarah Chauncy, daughter of Charles and Joanna 
Cutts (Gerrish) Chauncy, married John Moore (Capt.), 
Apr. 13, 1786. 

1130. Statira, b. ; m. Peter Shores, Oct. 30, 

1811; d. 

1131. Joanna Chauncy, b. Mar. 16, 1792 ; m. W 

M. Shackford, Apr. 14, 1813; d. Nov. 13, 
1857. 

1132. John, b. ; m. Caroline Blunt, Dec. 28, 

1817. 

1133. Almira, b. 1802; d. unm., a preceptress at 

Exeter, N. H., Dec. 19, 1872. 

463 

Samuel Chauncy, son of Charles and Joanna Cutts 
(Gerrish) Chauncy, married Elizabeth Ladd, daughter 
of Eliphalet and Abigail (Hill) Ladd. 

1134. Charles Wm., b. 1799; H. C, 1819; d. Nov. 

4, 1864. 

1135. Martha, b. May 30, 1802 ; d. May, 1803. 



102 CuTTS Genealogy. 

Samuel Chauncy died 1817. 

Mrs. E. L. Cliauncy died Nov. 20, 1821. 

464 

Elizabeth Hirst Chauncy, daughter of Charles and 
Joanna Cutts (Gerrish) Chauncy, married Jeremiah 
Clark of York, Me., son of Daniel and Lucy (Moulton) 
Clark, Dec. 20, 1789. 

1136. Eliza CnAuircy, b. 1790; m. Lieut. John Por- 

ter, Feb. 25, 1815; d. 1872. 

466 

Joanna Chaimcy married Edward Parry, 1796. 

1137. Edward Owen, b. Aug. 13, 1797 ; d. Aug. 19, 

1798. 
Mrs. J. C. Parry died in June, 1800. 

480 

Samuel Gerrish (Jr.), son of Samuel Gerrish, married 
Mary G. Fernald of Eliot, Me., 1807. 

1138. Samuel (Jr.), b. Sept. 22, 1809; m. Mrs. Mary 

A. Gore; d. Oct. 16, 1847. 

1139. Margaret Jane, b. July 19, 1810; m. K D. 

Miller. 

1140. Andrew D., b. Aug. 19, 1815 ; m. Mary A. 

Moulton ; d. 

1141. George H., b. Jan. 24, 1818 ; m. Margaret 

Jackson. 

1142. Charles W., b. Feb. 22, 1820; m. E. S. 

Knowles; d. May 17, 1870. 

1143. Ann Mary, b. Oct. 20, 1821 ; m. Thomas H. 

Odion; d. Feb. 29, 1850. 

1144. Caroline E., b. Sept.8, 1823 ; d. June 30, 1826. 

1145. Oliver F., b. Apr. 14, 1825; m. Martha 

Morse ; d. 1875. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 103 

1146. Maey E., b. Apr. 2, 1826; d. Aug. 26, 1827. 

1147. Caroline, b. June 10, 1829; d. Aug. 4, 1829. 

1148. Eliza E., b. July 12, 1832; m. Henry Peyser; 

1883. 

1149. Lavina E., b. July 12, 1835; d. June 29, 

1838. 

1150. Ellen, b. Aug. 13, 1840; d. 1842. 

Mrs. Mary G. (Fernald) Gerrish died Feb. 8, 1863, 
8B. 73. 

483 

Henry C. Gerrish married Mary B. 



Mrs. Mary B. Gerrisli died Apr. 6, 1828. 

487 
Hopley Yeaton married Comfort Marshall, Nov. 15, 
1766. 

1151. John, b. Oct. 13, 1769. 

1152. Hopley, b. Aug. 20, 1775. 

1153. Samuel, b, Oct. 5, 1782; d. y. 

1154. Samuel, b. Aug. 25, 1785. 

491 

Margaret Elliott, daughter of Artemas and Mary 
(Burnham) Elliott, married James Darby. 

1155. Artemas Burnham, b. ; m. Miss Tomson. 

1156. Elizabeth Elliott, b. ; m. Mr. Francis 

Bremar, s. p. 

49» 

General James Screven married Mary Odingsell, 
daughter of Charles Odingsell, of Edistoe Island, 
South Carolina, 1764. 

1157. Esther, b. 1764; m. Thomas Smith, Dec. 15, 

1788; d. Dec. 24, 1802. 



I04 CuTTs Genealogy. 

1158. Mary, b. Sept. 15, 1T67 ; m. John Hart, June 

17, 1784 ;'d. Dec. 27, 1845. 

1159. Martha, b. 1769. 

1160. James, b. Dec, 1771. 

1161. Chas. Odingsell, b. Feb., 1773 ; m. (1) Lucy 

Barnard ; (2) Barbara Golpbin ; d. July 2, 
1830. 
Mrs Mary O. Screven died Jan. 6, 1779. 

500 

Thomas Smith Screven married * Eleanor Screven, 
Feb. 24, 1761 (see 508), who died July 15, 1762. 

1162. Mary, b. Dec. 15, 1761 ; d.unm., May 11, 1827. 
Thos, S. Screven married (2) Catharine Nicholson on 

Mar. 22, 1764, who d., s. p., Dec. 23, 1764. 

Thos. S. Screven married (3) Eleanor Hart, daughter 
of Rev. Oliver Hart, Mar. 6, 1770. 

1163. Sarah, b. Dec. 4, 1770 ; d. June 3, 1772. 

1164. Martha, b. Sept. 5, 1772 ; m. Benj. Bonneau, 

Feb. 26, 1795; d. July 26, 1798. 

1165. Thos., b. Aug. 15, 1774; m. Mary A. Smith, 

Dec. 31, 1803; d. June 12, 1833. 

1166. James, b. Oct. 2, 1777 ; d. Oct. 9, 1777. 

1167. Oliver, b. Oct. 16, 1778; d. Oct. 25, 1778. 

1168. Eleanor, b. Nov. 12, 1779; ra. John Cox, 

Dec. 22, ISOO; d. Feb. 17, 1845. 

1169. John Washington, b. Mar. 29, 1782; d. Apr. 

15, 1782. 
Mrs. Eleanor (Hart) Screven died Apr. 15, 1783. 
Thomas S. Screven married Amaranthia (Baddeley) 
Gibbs, Dec. 18, 1790, for his fourth wife. 

1170. Susanna, b. June 6, 1795 ; d. unm. 

1171. Sarah Esther, b. Apr. 2, 1798 ; m. (1) Mr. 

Wright, s. p.; (2) Mr. Crane, s. p.; d. 
Mrs. Amaranthia B. Screven died Dec. 26, 1823. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 105 

503 

John Screven married Elizabeth (Pendarvis) Bryan, 
Jan. 11, 1776. 

1172. John, b. Jan. 18, 1777; m. Hannali Proctor, 

Jan 5, 1797; d. Nov. 22, 1831. 

1173. KicHARD Bedon, b. Sept. 6, 1778; m. Alice 

Pendarvis ; d. 1856. 

1174. James, b. Sept. 28, 1779 ; d. y. 

1175. Sarah, b. Oct. 30, 1780; m. William Hazzard; 

d. in New York. 

1176. Benjamin Smith, b. Jan. 19, 1783 ; m. Mary 

Joiner, s. p.; Revd.; d. Sept. 5, 1826. 

1177. Mary, b. Jan. 5, 1785 ; d. Nov. 20, 1785. 

1178. Martha, b. Au^. 28, 1786; m. James West; 

d. in Grabamville. 

1179. Elizabeth, b. Apr. 28, 1788; m. John Brooks 

Posey, Dec. 7, 1809 ; d. Mar. 1, 1848. 

1180. William Henry, b. Dec. 26, 1789; d. Dec. 

20, 1790. 

1181. JosiAH, b. Nov. 14, 1791 ; d. Nov. 2, 1793. 

1182. Jane, b. Nov. 2, 1793; d. Nov. 15, 1793. 

1183. Mary Bedon, b. Dec. 12, 1794; m. Stephen 

R. Proctor ;d. 1871. 

1184. Thomas Edward, b. Oct. 18, 1796; m. Cor- 

nelia McNish; d. Mar. 25, 1866. 
Mrs. E. P. Screven died Apr. 5, 1804, 89. 49. 

506 

Elizabeth Screven married Seth Gilbert, eldest son 
of William and Lucretia (Hart) Gilbert, Jan. 5, 
1767. 

1185. Joseph, b. Mar. 2, 1771 ; m. Rebecca Ruberrv, 

1796. 

1186. Sarah, b. Jan. 17, 1773 ; m. William Hum- 

bert. 
14 



io6 CuTTS Genealogy. 

1187. Eleanor Screven, b. July 17, 1775; m. 

Stephen W. Moore, Dec. 14, 1803; d. Jan. 
24, 1858. 

1188. Seth Hart, b. May 17, 1778; m. 

517 

Mary Whipple Traill, daughter of K-obert and Mary 
(Whipple) Traill, married Keith Spence of Kirkwall 
Orkney, son of James and Janet (Blaw) Spence. 

1189. Maria Balfour, b. 1781 ; m. Mr. Smith, s. p.; 

d. 

1190. Harriet Brackett, b. July, 1783; m. Charles 

Lowell, Oct. 2, 1806; d. Mar. 30, 1850. 

1191. Kobert Traill, b. Mar. 31, 1785; m. Mary 

Clare Carroll; d. Sept. 26, 1827. 

1192. William, b. ; d. unm. 

1193. GrRiEME Keith, b. ; m. Susan Shaw Ran- 

dall, 1820; d.Jan. 25, 1869. 

1194. Louisa, b. ; m. Isaac W. Pickering, Aug. 

15, 1811; d. 

518 

William Traill, son of Robert and Mary (Whipple) 
Traill, married Miss Colebrooke, daughter of Sir George 
Colebrooke. 

1195. Son, b. ; d. unm. 

5S1 

John Samuel Sherburne, son of Hon. John and 
Elizabeth (Moffatt) Sherburne, married Submit Boyd, 
Dec, 1776, daughter of Hon. George and Jane (Brew- 
ster) Boyd.* 

1196. William, b. 

*" Brewster's Rambles About Portsmouth," No. 32. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 107 

1 1 97. John Henry, b. ; m. Mary Hall, Sept., 1812. 

1198. Chas. Fox, b. 

1199. Julia, b. ; m. Lewis T. Horton. 
Mrs. S. B. Sherburne died Feb. 28, 1803, se. 28. 

Elizabeth Sherburne, daughter of Hon. John and 
Elizabeth (Moffatt) Sherburne, married Hon. John 
Langdon, LL. D., Feb. 3, 1776-7. 

1200. Eliza, b. Dec, 1777; m. Thos. Elwyn, July 

16, 1797; d. Aug. 8, 1860. 
Hon. John Langdon, LL. D. (b. June 25, 1741), 
died Sept. 18, 1819. 

Mrs. E. S. Langdon died Mar. 2, 1813. 

Catharine Elizabeth Moffatt, daughter of Samuel 
and Sar.'ih Catherine (Mason) Moffatt, married Nicholas 
Eousselet, Mar. 2(;, 1787. 

1201. LuoY A., b. ; m. Mr. Champney; d. be- 

fore 1810. 
Nicholas K-ousselet died in Demerara. 

538 

Mary Tufton Moffatt, daughter of Samuel and 
Sarah Catherine (Mason) Moffatt, married Nathaniel 
Appleton Haven, 1786. 

1202. Maeia Tufton, b. Nov. 2, 1787; m. Alex. 

Ladd, Dec. 29, 1807; d. Sept. 2, 18()1. 

1203. Nath'l Appleton, b. Jan. 14, 1790; m. E. W. 

Haven, Jan. 8, 1816 ; d. June 3, 1826. 

1204. Chaelotte Anne, b. , 1797 ; m. (1) Aug. 

Lord, July 26, 1825, s. p.; (2) Rev. C. 
Brooks, 1839, s. p.; d. 
N. A. Haven (Sr.) grad. Harvard College, 1779, and 
died Mar. 13, 1831, se. 69. 



io8 CuTTS Genealogy. 

Lucy Texia Moffatt, daughter of Samuel and Sarah 
C. M. Moffatt, married William Odiorne, June 9, 
1793. 

1205. Sarah Cathakine, b. 1794 ; m. A. Leighton, 

Dec, 1814; d. 1870. 

1206. Ann Hicks Brotherson, b. 1796 ; m. O. Shap- 

leigh; d. 1859. 

1207. Abigail Vickerey, b. 1798 ; m. Oliver Butler, 

Nov., 1819; d. Mar. 4, 1855. 

1208. Frances Pierpont, b. 1801 ; d. unm. 

1209. William, b. 1807 ; m. Louisa J. Haley, 

1828. 

1210. Sam'l Moffatt, b. 1809 ; m. C. A. Gushing, 

May 25, 1834. 

1211. Nath'l Haven, b. 1812; m. A. H. Searle, 

Jan. 14, 1846. 

1212. Robert Cutts, b. 1815; d. 1825. 

1213. Chas. William, b. ; m. (1) Esther Sperlia ; 

(2) Caroline Drew. 

Samuel Robert Cutts Moffatt married Sarah Lob- 
dell. 

1214. Joseph, b. ; m. Miss Jones. 

1215. Robert, b. ; d. unm. 

530 

Sarah Odiorne, daughter of Jotham and Sarah (Me- 
serve) Odiorne, married Mr. Haynes. 

1216. Sarah, b. 

1217. Hannah, b. 

Mrs. Sarah O. Haynes married (2) Mr. Preston. 

1218. , b. ; d. y. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 109 

531 

Robert Odiorne Treadwell, son of Mehitable Odiorne 
and William Earl Treadwell, married Ann Stocker 
Pearse, 1798. (See 54 1.) 

1219. Daniel Hearle, b. 1799 ; m. Ann Eustis 
Langdon, May 4, 1820; d. 1864. 

Samuel Odiorne, son of Samuel and Elizabetli 
(Deering) Odiorne, married Temperance Underwood, 
Aug. 26, 1783. 

12-JO. Mehitable, b. Feb. 16, 1784; m. William 
Turner, s. p. ; d. 

1221. JoTHAM, b. Jan. 13, 1786 ; m. in England. 

1222. Eliz. Deering, b. June 5, 1788; m. N. J. 

Lowd, Nov., 1812. 

1223. Samuel John, b. July 31, 1790; m. Abigail 

Page. 

1224. Mary Underwood, b. July 26, 1792 ; m. Theo- 

dore Griffin. 

1225. William Cutts, b. June 20, 1796; m. Nancy 

Mitcbell, Dec, 1819, s. p. ; d. 1832. 

533 

Daniel Odiorne, son of Daniel and Abigail (Vicke- 
rey) Odiorne, married Abigail Clear, February, 
1802. 

1226. Judith, b. 1802 ; m. Isaac C. Frost, Feb. 1, 

1838. 

1227. Daniel, b. 1804; m. (1) Miss Kittredge; (2) 

Eliza Bird; d. June, 1888. 

1228. Philip, b. ; lost at sea. 

1229. Catherine, b. ; d. y. 

1230. Elisha, b. ; d. y. 

1231. JoTHAM, b. ; d. unm., 1851. 



no CuTTS Genealogy. 

1232. Robert, b. ; d. y. 

1233. John Vickerey, b. ; m. 

1234. Placentia, b. ; m. Daniel Bartlett. 

534 

Sarah Appleton Odiorne, daughter of Daniel and 
Abigail (Vickerey) Odiorne, married Elisba Whidd en. 

1235. Catherine Eltz. Rousselet, b. ; m. Rev. 

D. D. Tappan, Apr. 25, 1823, s. p. 

1236. Joshua Brackett, b. 1797; m. H. S. Pearse 

(see 1244), Dec, 1826; drowned in Phila- 
delphia, 1853. 

1237. John Melcher, b. ; m. Mary Appleton. 

1238. Eliza, b. ; d. unm. 

1239. Placentia Vickerey, b. ; m. Silas Durkie, 

M. D., Oct. 7, 1827, s. p.; d. Mar. 3, 
1881. 

1240. Charlotte Odiorne, b. ; d. unm 

1241. Robert Cutts, b. 

Elisha Whidden died Mar. 3, 1835. 

Samuel Pearse, son of Peter and Mary (Odiorne) 
Pearse, married Sarah Henderson, Dec, 1798, daughter 
of Hugh and Hannah (Sheafe) Henderson. 

1242. Hugh Henderson, b. Feb. 5, 1800; d. Aug. 

27, 1833. 

1243. Mary, b. July 26, 1801; d. Oct. 26, 1818. 

1244. Hannah Sheafe, b. Sept. 27, 1803; m. J. B. 

Whidden (see 1236), d. Jan. 19, 1838. 

1245. Ann Tread well, b. Nov. 20, 1805 ; d. unm. 

1246. Sarah Henderson, b. May 3, 1808 ; m. Jno. 

J. White, Nov. 25, 1889. 
Mrs. Sarah H. Pearse died Sept. 5, 1854, se. 77. 



CuTTS Genealogy. hi 

539 

Mary Pearse, daughter of Peter and Mary O. Pearse, 
married Jolin Pierce, son of Daniel and Anna (Rindge) 
Pierce. 

1247. Mark Wentworth, b. July 31, 1787; m. 

Margaret Sparhawk, s. p. 

1248. Sam'l Fisher, b. Oct. 9, 1789; d. 1791. 

1249. Josh. Winslow, b. May 14, 1791; m. Emily 

Sheafe, May 14, 1823 ; d. Apr. 10, 
1874. 

1250. Ann Rindge, b. Jan. 9, 1794; m. Rev. Dr. 

Chas. Burroughs, Apr. 8, 1825 ; d. Mar. 9, 
1877. 

1251. Mart Odiorne, b. Jan. 5, 1798 ; d. Nov., 

1801. 

1252. Dan'l Hall, b. 1801 (H. C. 1820, M. D. 1823) ; 

d. Apr. 2fi, 1877. 
John Pierce died June 14, 1814. 

543 

Stephen Pearse, son of Peter and Mary O. Pearse, 
married Sarah H. Peabody. 

1253. Mary Frances, b. ; d. 1865. 

1254. Emily Peabody, b. ; m.Wm. A. Rice, Aug. 

31, 1829. 

1255. Oliver Peabody, b. ; m. Delia Swett ; 

d. 1848. 

1256. Stephen, b. 1811; d. 1830. 

1257. Charlotte, b. ; m. Chas. Woodman, Oct. 

6, 1840; d. 1864. 

1258. George, b. ; d. 1870. 

1259. LucRETiA, b. 

Mrs. Sarah (Peabody) Pearse d. Sept. 14, 1848. 
Stephen Pearse died m 1861. 



112 CuTTS Genealogy. 

546 

Margaret Gibbs Appleton, daughter of Rev. Henry 
and Sarah (Odiorne) Appleton, married Dr. John 
Floyd Williams. 

12H0. Henry Appleton, b. ; m. Miss Porter. 

1261. Caeoline, b. ; m. Dr. Benedict. 

1262. Charlotte, b. ; m. Mr. Leman. 

1263. Sarah Appleton, b. 

Jotham Odiorne Appleton, son of Rev. Henry and 
Sarah (Odiorne) Appleton, married Susanna Stavers. 

1264. Lucy, b. ; m. Wm. Stavers, May 3, 1849. 

548 

William Appleton, son of William and Sarah (Odi- 
orne) Appleton, married Mary Briard, Feb. 22, 1793 

1265. Mary Briard, b. ; d. Mar. 25, 1884. 

1266. William, b. ; d. 

1267. Sarah Briard, b. ; m. J. A. Knowles ; d. 

1821. 

1268. Samuel Briard, b. ; d. Sept. 26, 1834. 

1269. Martha Ann, b. ; m. J. W. Wilson. 
Mrs. Mary B. Appleton died Dec. 25, 1831. 

549 

Mehitable Cutts Appleton, daughter of William and 
Sarah (Odiorne) Appleton, married Thomas P. Drown, 
1848. 

1270. William Appleton, b. ; m. Mary E. 

Pierce; d. 1869. 

1271. Thomas, b. 

1272. Edwin, b. 

1273. Sarah Appleton, b. ; m. William Stavers. 

1274. Anna R. P., b. ; m. Joseph R. Ham. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 113 

Daniel Wise, son of Jolin and Elizabefh (Malcolm) 
Wise, married Hannah Hubbard, Jan. 26, 1786. 

1275. Elizabeth (Betsey), b. Oct. 17, 1786; m. 

John Frost, July 23, 1815; d. Sept. 13, 
1853. 

1276. JonN,b. Jan. 20, 1791 ; m. Sophia Paul, Sept. 

8, 1816; d. Mar. 8, 1829. 

1277. Maey, b. Jan. 19, 1793; m. Moses Morrill, 

Dec. 4, 1816; d. May 11, 1825. 

1278. Daniel (Jr.), b. Oct. 4, 1794; m. Mary 

Walker, Aug. 27, 1820; d. June 7, 1837. 

1279. Oliver Keating, b. Dec. 7, 1808; d. Jan. 1, 

1809. 

1280. Geoege, b. Apr. 19, 1811 ; m. Mary Grood- 

ridge, Oct., 1834; d. 

1281. Hannah, b. May 23, 1813; m. Dr. Jefferson 

Smith; d. July 25, 1857. 
Mrs. Hannah (Hubbard) Wise died Oct. 15, 1852, 
9e. 83. 

503 

Michael Wise, son of John and Elizabeth (Malcolm) 
Wise, married Hannah Kimball, 1792. 

1282. William W., b. Feb. 19, 1795; m. Jane L. 

, Oct. 14, 1826 ;d. 

1283. Hannah, b. 

1284. Isaac Kimball, b. ; m. Miss Walker. 

1285. Edward, b. ; Philadelphia, Pa. 

1286. Michael, b. ; Philadelphia, Pa. 

1287. Elizabeth, b. ; m. Alex. McCulloch, Nov. 

7, 1830. 

1288. Augustus. 

Mrs. H. K. Wise married (2) Capt. Jer. Paul. 
15 



114 CuTTS Genealogy. 

564 

Pemberton Ward, son of Eev. Eptraim and Mary 
(Colman) Ward, married Isabel Wetherell of New 
Braintree, Mass., June 19, 1810. 

1289. Maey Colman, b. May 14, 1812 ; m. Jeremiali 

Myers, Nov. 27, 1845. 

1290. George Lee, b. Apr. 12, 1815 ; m. Caroline 

P. Jenkins, Dec. 7, 1847. 

1291. Susan Davenport, b. May 6, 1817 ; m. F. W. 

R Emery, May 22, 1848. 

1292. Maria Hall, b. Sept. 10, 1819; m. George H. 

Deane, May 8, 1843. 

1293. Lucy A., b. Dec. 27, 1822; m. Tliomas Morey, 

May 8, 1843. 

1294. Eliza Jane, b. Mar. 3, 1827; m. F. Houghton, 

Dec. 14, 1848. 

1295. Frances Isabella, b. Mar. 2, 1832; m. Sur- 

geon Charles Martin, U. S. K, Oct. 9, 
1855. 

565 

Mary Ward married Thomas Stickney of Leicester, 
Mass., Nov. 7, 1798. 

1296. Harriet, b. Jan. 14, 1801 ; m. John W. Hub- 

bard, Nov. 6, 1820 ; d. Aug. 31, 1881. 

1297. Charlotte, b. Apr. 27, 1803; m. Henry L. 

Reed, Mar. 14, 1826. 

1298. Elizabeth Ward, b. Aug. 6, 1805; m. 

Thos. W. Hall, May 22, 1832; d. July 6, 
1874. 

1299. Thomas Ward, b. Jan. 28, 1808; d. unm. at 

Baltimore, Md., May 5, 1833. 

1300. Joseph Henry, b. Aug. 6, 1811; d. unm. 

1301. Mary Colman, b. Apr. 10, 1813; d. at Brook- 

field, Mass., 1815. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 115 

Susan Ward married Elijah Davenport of Boston, 
Mass., Feb. 24, 1805. 

1302. Harriet Colman, b. Jan. 10, 1806 ; m Geo. 

Davenport, Nov. 13, 1828; d. June 24, 
1872. 

1303. Chas. Ward, b. Dec. 13, 1808 ; d. in Havanna, 

Apr. 29, 1841. 

1304. Henry, b. Nov. 18, 1811 ; m. Caroline Howe, 

June 14, 1843. 

1305. Wm. Ward, b. Feb. 28, 1816 ; m. Julia E. 

Monefeldt, Dec. 12, 1844; d. May 20, 1870. 

1306. Benjamin Colman, b. ; d. Feb. 6, 1843. 

1307. Eliza Ward, b. Oct. 21, 1822; m.C.F.Bray, 

Mar. 28, 1843. 
Elijah Davenport was born in Canton, Mass., Oct. 
18, 1773, and died in Boston, Mass., Sept. 24, 1844. 

567 

Phebe Ward married Joseph Cutler, June 20, 1801. 

1308. Edwin, b. Mar. 27, 1802; d. Aug. 29, 1802. 

1309. Susan Ward, b. Mar. 27, 1803; m. Kev. H. 

Winslow, May 21, 1829 ; d. July 26, 1889. 

1310. Joseph Edwin, b. July 16, 1805 ; m. Eliza- 

beth Warner, Oct. 28, 1827 ; d. Nov. 29, 
1877. 
Joseph Cutler (Sr.), son of Deacon Jos. Cutler of 
Brookfield (West.), d. in Boston, Nov. 22, 1806, «. 35 
years. 

Mrs. Phebe (Ward) Cutler married (2) Nov. 19, 
1809, Hon. Pliny Cutler, brother of Joseph. 

1311. Wm. Ward, b. May 21, 1812; m. Charlotte 

Upham, Feb. 4, 1839; d. Apr. 12, 1870. 
Hon. Pliny Cutler died in West Brookfield, Mass., 
Aug. 14, 1867. 



ii6 CuTTS Genealogy. 

5G8 

Benjamin Colman Ward married Eliza Snelling, 
claiigliter of Samuel Suelling, Esq., of Boston, Mass., 
Sept. 7, 1815. 

1312. Ellen Maria, b. Mar. 31, 1826 ; imm., Boston. 

1313. Julia Elizabeth, b. Dec. 19, 1831 ; unm., 

Boston. 
Mrs. Eliza (Snelling) Ward died Mar. 31, 1862. 

569 

William Haven Ward married Catherine Callender, 
daughter of John Callender, Esq., of Boston, Mass., 
June 17, 1819. 

1314. John Callender, b. Sept. 8, 1820; d. Mar. 

27, 1822. 

1315. John Callender, b. June 12, 1824; d. unm., 

in Dorchester, Mass., Apr. 7, 1879. 
Mrs. Catherine (Callender) Ward died Jan. 20, 
1864. 

571 

Anne Wendell Penhallow, daughter of Samuel and 
Hannah (Sherburne) Penhallow, married Judge 
Eichard Evans, April, 1810. 

1316. BicHARD, b. ; (bapt. Sept. 15, 1811). 

1317. John, b. ; (bapt. July 25, 1813). 

1318. Ann, b. ; (bapt. Sept. 15, 1817); m. Mr. 

Steiner. 

575 

Sarah Penhallow, daughter of John and Sarah 
(Phillips) Penhallow, married Eben Hathaway. 

1319. Ann, b. ; m. Col. W. W. Browne, Provi- 

dence, R. I. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 117 

577 

Sarah Ann Penhallow, daughter of Tliomas and 
Hannah (Biinbury) Penhallow, married Jeremiah 
Goodwin, Aug. 26, 1809. 

1320. Maey E. Rice, b. ; m. Jno. Treat Paine. 

1321. Saeah Lord, b. Mar., 1814 ; m. I. G. Jordan, 

Feb. 21, 1833. 

578 

Thomas Wibird Penhallow, son of Thomas and 
Hannah (Bunbury) Penhallow, married (1) Mary 
Beach, of Gloucester, who died s. p., June 16, 1843; 
(2) Susan Pearce, daughter of David Pearce, May 28, 
1844, s. p., who d. Oct., 1869. 

581 

Rev. Daniel Austin, son of Daniel and Mary (Penhal- 
low) Austin, married Hannah Joy, daughter of Benj. 
Joy, Esq., Nov. 21, 1833. They had no children. 

Mrs. Austin died Aug. 13, 1861, se. 62. They were 
both buried in Boston, Mass. 

584 

Eliza Austin, daughter of Daniel and Mary (Pen- 
hallow) Austin, married Colonel Charles Stuaiib. 

1322. Charles, b. 1823; d. 1862, unm. 

1323. Arabella, b. ; m. Prof. Francis Bowen. 

586 

David Pearce Penhallow, son of Hunking and Har- 
riet Pearce Penhallow, married Mary F. Yeaton. 

1324. Maria Louise, b. Dec, 1843 ; m. Chas. Laigh- 

ton, s. p.; d. Aug. 20, 1865. 



ii8 CuTTS Genealogy. 

1325. Deblois Pearce, b. ; m. Ida Turner, Jan. 

13, 1877. 
Mrs. Mary F. (Yeaton) Penliallow died Nov. 30, 
1862. 

587 
Ann Wendell Penhallow, daughter of Hunking and 
Harriet (Pearce) Penhallow, married Rev. Nathaniel 
S. Folsom, Sept. 30, 1832.* 

1326. Justin Nathaniel, b. Aug. 8, 1833; d. at 

sea, Apr. 30, 1851. 

1327. Edwin Penhallow, b. June 28, 1835 ; d. in 

battle, Sept. 20, 1862, Inca, Miss. 

1328. Sarah Brainaed, b. Aug. 21, 1836 ; d. June 

1, 1839. 

1329. Paris Hill, b. Jan. 12, 1840; m. Eleanor E. 

Lowry, May 31, 1864. 

1330. Chas. Follen, b. 1841; H. C, 1862; M. D., 

1869. 

1331. Harriet Elizabeth, b. Dec. 3, 1843; m. Ed- 

win P. Davis, Dec. 20, 1877 ; d. Nov. 5, 
1887. 

1332. Anna Smith, b. 1845. 

1333. Ellen Minot, b. Feb. 5, 1848 (Vassar, 1871). 
Rev. Nath. S. Folsora, D. D., died Nov. 10, 1890, 

Asheville, N. C. 

589 

Harriet Pearce Penhallow, daughter of Hunting and 
Harriet (Pearce) Penhallow, married Rev. W. B. Ja- 
cobs. 

1334. Francis W., b. ; Counsellor at Law, Har- 

vard Law School. 

1335. Harriet Clementina, b. 

*N. E. H. Q. Reg., vol. 30, p. 237. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 119 

590 

Andrew Jackson Penhallow, son of Hunking and 
Harriet (Pearce) Penhallow, married Mary Ann Jo- 
sepha Pickering, Jan. 8, 1846, daughter of Isaac and 
Louisa (Spence) Pickering. (See 1 193.) 

1336. Susan Purcell, b. Sept. 3, 1847; m. Geo. R. 

Freeman, July, 1877 ; d. Oct. 20, 1888. 

1337. John Peaece, b. May 27, 1849; d. at New 

Orleans. 

1338. Chas. Lowell, b. Sept. 3, 1851. 

1339. David Pearce, b. May 25, 1854; m. Sarah 

Dunlap, May 4, 1876. 

1340. Hannah Austin, b. Dec. 28, 1859 ; m. F. C. 

Lane, Feb. 10, 1885. 

1341. Elizabeth JoY,b. Mar. 10, 1861 ; m. M. Shul- 

tis, Oct. 11, 1882; d. Oct. 24, 1884. 
Andrew J. Penhallow married (2) Caroline Mason, 
May 27, 1«69. 

591 

Pearce Wentworth Penhallow, son of Hunking and 
Harriet (Pearce) Penhallow, married Eliz. W. P. Sher- 
burne, Oct., 1845. 

1342. Thos. Wibird, b. July 21, 1846. 

1343. Wm. Thompson, b. May 23, 1849; d. Apr., 

1860. 

1344. Chas. Sherburne, b. May 10, 1852; H. C, 

1874; m. Mary King Coffin, Apr. 18, 1881. 

1345. Pearce Wentworth (Jr.), b. Dec. 25, 1855 ; 

d. Jan. 31, 1878. 

592 

Oliver Wendell Penhallow, son of Benj. and Lucy 
(Hart) Penhallow, married Margaret Scott, Aug. 8, 
1824. 



T20 CuTTS Genealogy. 

1346. Margaret Scott, b. 1825; d. Dec. 30, 1835. 

1347. Oliver Wendell, b. 1826 ; d. y. 

1348. Richard Collings, b. 1827 ; bap. Dec. 30 ; d. y. 

1349. Chas. Pearce, b. 1829 ; bap. Aug. 9 ; d. y. 

1350. Augustus Cheever, b. 1832 ; d. Sept. 19, 

1849. 

1351. Lucy Hart, b. 1832 ; d. y. 

1352. Harriet Louise, b. Feb. 3, 1835 ; d. unm., 

Sept. 7, 1880. 

Mrs. Margaret (Scott) Penliallow died Aug. 18, 
1842. 

O. W. Penliallow married (2) Francis Maria Smitb, 
who died Mar. 6, 1884. 

598 
Benjamin Hunking Penhallow, son of Benjamin and 
Harriet (Pearce) Penliallow, married Hepzibali Sliep- 
herd. 

1353. Wm. Pearce, b. ; m. Fannie C. Millard, 

Nov. 18, 1880. 

1354. Arthur LmcoLN, b. , H. C, 1884. 

618 

Sarah Lloyd Borland, daughter of Leonard Vassall 
and Sarah (Lloyd) Borland, married Charles Chauncey 
Foster. 

1355. Catharine, b. ; d. num. 

1356. Sarah, b. ; d. unm. 

1357. Charles Chauncey, M. D., b. 

1358. Susan, b. ; m. Frank Batchelder. 

019 

John Borland, son of Leonard Vassall and Sarah 
(Lloyd) Borland, married Rebecca Nelson Woolsey, 



CuTTS Genealogy. 121 

daughter of General Melancthon and Alida (Living- 
ston) Woolsey. 

1359. Sarah Lloyd, b. ; ra. Henry A. Coit, s. p. 

1360. Jas. Lloyd, b. ; d. unra., 1848. 

1361. Melancthon- Woolsey, b. ; m. Julia Gibson. 
I 1362. John Nelson (M. D.), b. ; m. Madeline 

Gibson; d. Aug. 10, 1890. 

1363. Alida Livingston, b. 

Mary Pepperrell Sparhawk^ daughter of NathaDiel 
and Elizabeth (Bartlett) Sparhawk, married Hon. Wil- 
liam Jarvis, March 14, 1808. 

1364. Maey Pepperrell Sparhawk, b. May 21, 

1809; m. Hampden Cutts (855), Sept. 7, 
1829; d. Apr. 12, 1879. 

1365. Elizabeth Bartlett, b. Feb. 22, 1811; m. 

David E.Wheeler, Feb.l4, 1833; d. July,1848. 
Mrs. M. P. S. Jarvis died April 7, 1811. 
Hon. William Jarvis mtirried (2) Ann B. Bartlett, 
May, 1817, and died Oct. 21, 1859, ae. 89. 

William Waldron, son of Thomas Westbrooke and 
Constance (Davis) Waldron, married Susanna Ham, 
1782. 

1366. Martha, b. 1783; d. unm. 

1367. Thos. Westbrooke, b. 1785; nothing known 

since 1815. 

1368. LYDiA,b. 1788; m. Samuel Ham; d. June 1,1883. 

Elizabeth Waldron, daughter of Thos. W. and Con- 
stance D. Waldron, married Joseph Evans, Apr. 7, 
1786. 

16 



122 CuTTs Genealogy. 

1369. Elizabeth, b. 

1370. Joseph, b. 

1371. Stephen, b 

1372. Vesta, b. 

1373. Abigail, b. 

Joseph Evans (Sr.) died Aug. 30, 1796, se. 44. 

030 

Eleanor Waldron, daughter of Thos. W. and Con- 
stance D. Waldron, married James Smith. 

1374. Thos. Westbrooke, b. Feb. 25, 1785; m. 

Abigail Page; d. Mar. 11, 1855. 

1375. Mary, b. 17«7; m. Benj. Ross; d. 1864. 

1376. James (Jr.), b. ; m. ; d. 

1377. Daniel, b. ; m. ; d. 

James Smith (Sr.) died in Dover, N. H., 1811. 

033 

Abigail Waldron, daughter of Thos. W. and Con- 
stance D. Waldron, married David Boardman, Dec. 5, 
1790. 

1378. Ann, b. Feb. 9, 1792 ; m. Capt. Jno. Riley 

(Jr.) of Dover, N. H., Oct. 29, 1813 ; d. Feb. 
17, 1874. 

1379. Benjamin, b. ; m. Clarissa Straw, Nov. 

26, 1831. 

1380. Oliver, b. 

1381. Harriet, b. 

1382. Thomas, b. 

033 

Daniel Waldron, sou of Thos. W. and Constance D. 
Waldron, married Olive Huske Sheafe. 

1383. Richard Russell, b. Mar. 28, 1803 ; d. unm., 

Oct. 30, 1846. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 123 

1384. Nath. Sheafe, b. Oct. 10, 1804; m. Virginia 

Riggs; d. Feb. 21, 1857. 

1385. Charles, b. Mar. 7, 1806. 

1386. Daniel, b. July 3, 1809; m. Susan Wingate, 

1835; d. Nov., 1873. 

1387. Mary Con^stantia, b. 1807; m. J. Dimmick, 

Mar. 29, 1827 ; d. Sept. 5, 1864. 

1388. Olive, b. July 3, 1811; d. Aug. 1, 1811. 

1389. Edmund Quincy Sheafe, b. July 6, 1812 ; d. 

unm., Apr. 16, 1888. 

1390. Thos. Westbeooke, b. May 1, 1814; d. unm., 

Hong Kong, Sept. 18, 1844. 

634 

Mary Waldron, daughter of George and Esther (Har- 
vey) Waldron, married Sept. 9, 1779, Samuel Wiggles- 
worth, M. D., son of Rev. Samuel and Martha (Brown) 
Wigglesworth, and grandson of Rev. Michael Wigojles- 
worth, the author of " The Day of Doom." Dr. Wig- 
glesworth was graduated from Harvard College in 
1752. Settled as a physician in Dover, N. H., 1768. 
Of Lee, N. H., 1792, and died in 1800.* 

637 

Elizabeth Quincy, daughter of Col. Josiah and Eliza- 
beth (Waldron) Quincy, married Benjamin Guild, 
May 27, 1784. 

1391. Benj. (Jr.), b. May 8, 1785; m. Eliza Eliot, 

Mar., 1817; d. Mar. 30, 1858. 

1392. Josiah Quincy, b. Mar. 19, 1787 ; m., went to 

Alabama, s. p.; d. 

1393. Eliza Ann, b. Apr. 8, 1789 ; d. unm. 
Benjamin Guild (Sr,), died Sept., 1792. 

"Dover, N. H., Physicians." — J. R. Ham, M. D. 



124 CuTTS Genealogy. 

638 

Anna Rust, daughter of Col. Henry and Anne (Har- 
vey) Knst, married Mathew Stanley Parker, Apr. 12, 
1773, who d. 1787. 

1394. John Tappan, b. Feb. 16,1774; d.unm.,Oct. 

20, 1800. 

1395. Henry, b. June 10, 1775; d. Oct. 12, 1777. 

1396. AVm. Sewall, b. Nov. 22, 1776 ; m. (1) Mary 

Lord, 1803; (2) Delia Lord, 1823; d. Feb. 
25, 1836. 

1397. Henry Rust, b. Feb. 6, 1778; m. Hannah 

Kust (see 1 402) ; d. Sept. 18, 1848. 

1398. Mathew Stanley, b. July 20, 1779; m. (1) 

Nancy Quincy; (2) Martha Francis; d. 1866. 

1399. Nath'l Adams, b. Apr. 20, 1783; d. unm., 

Dec. 13, 1801. 

1400. Anna Rust, b. 1784 ; m. Rev. J. Crosby, Apr. 

13, 1811; d. Dec. 9, 1813. 

1401. Sam'lHale, b. May 18, 1787; m. Sarah D. 

Parker; d. 1864. 

640 

Henry Rust, son of Col. Henry and Anne H. Rust, 
married Hannah Home, daughter of Eben Home, 1783. 

1402. Hannah, b. Dec. 21, 1784 ; m. Henry R. 

Parker (1396). 

1403. ANNB,b. Jan. 20, 1788 ; d. Jan. 23, l793. 

1404. Betsy Alle^t, b. Dec. 13, 1790; m. Jas. 

Chamberlain ; d. Feb. 29, 1816. 

1405. Henry B., b. May 11, 1794; m. Pamelia 

Horne; d. July 27, 1876. 

1406. Nancy, b. Feb. 20, 1798; d. June 23, 1799. 

1407. Fanny Parker, b. Feb. 13, 1800; d. Oct., 

1803. 
Mrs. Hannah H. Rust died Oct., 1843, se. 81. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 125 

041 

Richard Rust, son of Col. Henry and Anne (Harvey) 
Rust, married Susannah Connor, daughter of James 
Connor, May 21, 1781. 

1408. RicHAED, b. Apr. 2, 1782 ; m. Miss Thurston. 

1409. Heney, b. Mar. 19, 1785; m. Miss Norris. 
Mrs. Susannah C. Rust died March 21, 1809. 

646 

William Rust, son of Col. Henry and Anne (Harvey) 
Rust, married Hannah Marble, Dec. 3, 1787. 

1410. Wm. (Jr.), b. June, 1788 ; m. Olive Deland. 

1411. Nath'l, b. Sept. 9, 1790; m. Lydia Folsom. 

1412. Saeah, b. Dec. 15, 17^3 ; m. Jas. Folsom, 

Nov. 19, 1819; d. Oct. 21, 1858. 

1413. Meshach, b. Aug. 20, 1796 ; m. Martha Frost, 

1822. 

1414. Abedistego, b. Aug. 20, 1796 ; m. Hannah 

Mayhew. 

1415. Hannah, b. Feb. 28, 1801; d. Dec. 1, 1815. 
Mrs. Hannah M. Rust died Aug. 4, 1802. 

651 

Andrew Folsom, son of Andrew and Eleanor (Rust) 
Folsom, married Anna Folsom. 

1416. Eleanoe Rust, b. Aug., 1799; m. Wm. 

Brackett. 

1417. Andeew (Jr.), b. July 10, 1806; m. Sarah 

Hodgdon, Sept. 7, 1827; d. July 27, 1860.^ 

657 

George King Sparhawk, son of John and Abigail 
(King) Sparhawk, married Abigail Humphreys, June, 
1794. 

* See Rust Genealogy for other descendants. 



126 CuTTS Genealogy. 

1418. Jane, b. 1794 ; d. unm., Aug. 5, 1834. 

1419. John, b. 1797; d. unm., Nov. 18, 1821. 

1420. George, b. 1800 ; m. Jane Campbell, Oct. 20, 

1838 ; d. Nov. 21, 1857. 

1421. Maegaret, b. Mar. 20, 1802 ; m. Hon. M. W. 

Pierce, s. p., Feb. 14, 1842; d. Oct. 11, 
1844. 

1422. Daniel, b. 1803 ; m. Eunice Treadwell, s. p., 

July, 1833; d. May 22, 1859. 

1423. Andrew, b. 1806; m. Martha Phelps, 1836; 

d. Dec, 1864. 

1424. Susan, b. Oct. 3, 1808 ; d. unm. 

1425. Catherine, b. Jan. 16, 1810 ; d. unm., Feb. 

13, 1867. 

1426. Charles, b. Apr. 20, 1812 ; m. Sarah F. Odell, 

Apr. 23, 1858; d. 

1427. David Humphreys, b. Nov,, 1814; m. Cath. 

L. Stone. 

1428. Mary Pepperell, b. Jan. 20, 1820 ; m. N. 

Barnes. 
Mrs. A. H. Sparhawk, daughter of Daniel and Mary 
(King) Humphreys, died Convray, N. H., Feb. 4, 1856, 

88. 85. 

660 

Samuel Sparhawk,* son of John and Abigail (King) 
Sparhawk, married Elizabeth McKinstry, 1804. 

1429. Oliver, b. 1805; m. Sarah B. Coffin, s. p.; 

d. 

1430. Thomas (M. D.), b. 1807; m. Elizabeth 

Campbell, 1837; d. May, 1874. 

1431. Elizabeth, b. 1809; m. Edward Winslow, 

s. p., Sept. 25, 1847 ; d. 1891. 
Mrs. E. McK. Sparhawk died Mar. 15, 1846. 

* Treasurer N. H. Hist. Soc, 1835-1830. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 127 

William King Atkinson, son of William and Mary 
(Wendell) King, married Abigail Pickering, Sept. 3, 
1788, daughter of Judge John Pickering and Abigail 
(Sheafe) Pickering. 

1432. Charlotte King, b. Feb. 26, 1790 ; m. A. 

Copp, Dec. 31, 1813; d. Nov. 4, 1815. 

1433. Susan Sparhawk, b. Jan. 30, 1792 ; m. J. W. 

March, Jan. 30, 1811 ; d. 1821. 

1434. Theodore, b. July 5, 1794; m. A. L. Tufts, 

Nov. 3, 1816; d. Aug. 21, 1822. 

1435. Frances, b. June 21, 1797; m. Asa Freeman, 

Dec. 1, 1819; d. 

1436. John Pickering, b. Dec. 15, 1800; d. unm., 

July 4, 1825. 

1437. Wm. King, b. Mar. 22, 1807; d. unm., Dec. 

30, 1837. 
Mrs. A. P. King Atkinson died Feb. 27, 1838. 

Daniel Humphreys, son of Hon. Daniel and Mary 
(King) Humphreys, married Catherine Sparhawk, June, 
1794. 

1438. Mary, b. 1795 ; d. unm., 1861. 

1439. Abigail Atkinson, b. 1797 ; d. unm., 1830. 

1440. Charles, b. 1800; d. unm., 1866. 

Mrs. C. S. Humphreys, daughter of Nathaniel and 
Catharine S. Sparhawk, died in 1805. 
Daniel Humphreys (Jr.), died in 1800. 

671 

Elizabeth Bennett Wingate, daughter of Capt. Moses 
and Elizabeth (Bennett) Wingate, married John Par- 
ker, son of Rev. Noah and Elizabeth (Cate) Parker, 
Oct., 1786. 



128 CuTTS Genealogy. 

1441. Wm. Bennett, b. Apr. 17, 1787 ; m. Eliza- 
beth Marshall, July 12, 1810 ; d. Jan. 5, 
1870. 

John Parker died in Savannah, Ga., in 1792. 



Abigail Vaughan, daughter of William and Abigail 
(Jordan) Vaughau, married Capt. John Hartley, Aug. 
29, 1799. 

1442. Wm. Vaughan, b. Apr. 4, 1802 ; d. unra., 

Dec. 28, 1859. 

1443. John, b. Jan. 10, 1806; d. unm, Feb., 

1824. 
Capt. John Hartley died Jan. 17, 1807, se. 35. 
Mrs. A. V. Hartley married Capt. James Donnell, 
Oct. 19, 1807. 

1444. Hannah, b. Sept. 23, 1809 ; m. Thomas. C. 

Bradbury, s. p., Apr. 5, 1829 ; she d. July 
13, 1876; he d. Feb. 5, 1880, se. 87. 

1445. Olivia, b. Jan. 10, 1814 ; m. Jno. A. Berry, M. 

D., Apr. 28, 1835. 

G70 
Hannah Goodwin Vaughan, daughter of William and 
Abigail (Jordan) Vaughan, married Benjamin Nason. 

1446. Ben J. (Jr.), b. ; d. unm. 

1447. Elizabeth Vaughan, b. ; m. Theo. W. 

Kiley, July 18, 1832; d. Dec. 18, 1877. 

Anne Gerrish Vaughan, daughter of William and A. 
J. Vaughan, married E^eazer Greeley, Apr. 30, 1805. 

1448. Wm. Eleazek, b. Feb. 8, 1806 ; m. Myra A. 

Smith, Apr. 19, 1831. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 129 

1449. Anne Vaughan, b. Nov. 18, 1807 ; m. Hon. 

Jno. Appleton, s, p. 

1450. Chas. Henry, b. Oct. 17, 1811 ; d. unm.,May 

14, 1868. 

678 

William Tristram Vaughan, son of William and A. 
J. Vaughan, married Sarah S. B. Keating, daughter of 
Richard and Sarah Sayward (Barrell) Keating (see 
950), Sept. 7, 1807. 

1451. William, b. Aug. 10, 1808; d. in Mobile, 

Ala., Oct. 26, 1831. 

1452. Richard Keating, b. Dec. 2, 1809 ; d. Sept. 

27, 1813. 

1453. Betsey, b. Oct. 8, 1811. 

1454. Richard Keating, b. Oct. 3, 1813. 
William T. Vaughan married (2) Eliza Mottey 

Moody, daughter of Joseph and Maria (Barrell) Moody, 
July 23, 1821 (see 955). 

1455. Jos. Moody, b. Aug. 10, 1822 ; d. Aug. 24, 1822. 

1456. And. Jackson, b. Sept. 12, 1828 ; m. Esther 

Norris. 

1457. Maria Moody, b. Dec. 23, 1830; d. Apr. 10, 

1833. 

1458. Jos. Moody, b. Mar. 30, 1833 ; m. Martha C. 

Jordan, May 6, 1861. 
Mrs. E. M. M. Vaughan died Oct. 5, 1870. 

Charles Henry Vaughan, son of William and Abigail 
(Jordan) Vaughan, married Beulah Thacher, daughter 
of Benjamin and Beulah (Taylor) Thacher, Aug. 18, 
1822. 

1459. William, b. May 18, 1823 ; m. A. E. Storen, 

1849; d. June 27, 1887. 
17 



130 CuTTS Genealogy. 

1460. Maky Belcher, b. Nov. 3, 1824; m. Kev. J. 

Haight. 

1461. John Chas., b. Sept. 5, 1826 ; d. Mar. 17, 1828. 

1462. Sarah Elizabeth, b. Feb. 1, 1829; d. Mar. 

11, 1829. 

1463. Chas. Henry (Jr.), b. Sept. 26, 1830; m. M. 

J. Teetor. 

1464. Geo. Elliott, b. Nov. 20, 1834; d. Nov. 1 6, 1837. 

1465. Ann Greeley, b. Sept. 29, 1838; d. July 26, 

1839. 
] 466. Beulah Ann, b. Sept. 25, 1840 ; Wyoming, O. 

1467. Theo. Eiley, b. Feb. 23, 1843; m. Lydia J. 

McKinnie, Dec. 29, 1870, s. p. 

1468. Edwin Clay, b. Dec. 6, 1844 ; d. Dec. 29, 1861. 
Mrs. Beulab Thacher Vaughan died Aug. 10, 1876. 

085 

Elizabeth Wise, daughter of Amrai R. and Jane 
(Yauglian) Wise, married Samuel Terry, 1802. 

1469. Moses Pearson, b. Apr., 1803; d. unm., 1879. 

1470. Jane, b. 1805. (Sacarappa, Me.) 

686 

Anne Wise, daughter of Ammi R. and Jane V. Wise, 
married Geo. Elliott Vaughan (674). 

1471. William, b. 

1472. Daughter, b. 

1473. Daughter, b. 

687 

Joseph Binney Wise, son of Ammi R. and Jane V. 
Wise, m. Abigail Edwards, April, 1801. 

1474. Jane Vaughan, b. Feb. 23, 1802; m. Samuel 

Jameson ; d. June 5, 1882. 

1475. Mary, b. Feb. 23, 1802; m. Cyrus Chase; d. 

Feb. 28, 1877. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 131 

1476. WM.ELLiOTT.b.Feb. 23, 1804; m. Miss Pettit, 

s. p.; d. July 4, 1847. 

1477. Edward Preble, b. Mar. 30, 1806 ; m. Sarah 

Newell; d. Oct., 1888. 

1478. Elizabeth Pearson, b. May 30, 1808 ; m. 

Pliny Parsons; d. 1833. 

1479. Johnson Edwards, b. Mar. 12, 1812 ; drowned 

in Piscataqua, July 7, 1830. 

1480. Anne Vaughan, b. Mar. 11, 1814; m. J. K. 

Delaski; d. Oct. 6, 1854. 

1481. Emeline Kochellb, b. Oct. 20, 1815 ; m. E. 

E. Shaw. 

1482. Oliver Ellsworth, b. Oct. 16, 1819; m. A. 

Royes; d. Feb. 20, 1852. 

1483. Margaret Elvira, b. May 14, 1824; m. (1) 

Mr. Farrar ; (2) Mr. Shaw. 

690 

Margaret Wise, daughter of Ammi R. and Jane V. 
Wise, married John Bixby. 

1484. John (Jr.), b. 

1485. Margaret, b. ; m. Rufus E^ing, s. p. 

1486. Jane, b. ; m. Mr. Jordan. 

692 

Elizabeth Shannon, daughter of Richard Cutts and 
Elizabeth (Ruggles) Shannon, married M. Tucker. 

1487. James N., b. ; Townsend, Mass. 

1488. Jos. C, b. ; Brookline, K H. 

1489. MARr Ann, b. ; m. Mr. Ames. 

693 

Mary Ann Shannon married Zebulon Wiggin. 

1490. Elizabeth, b. ; m. Wm. Hill, Esq.; d. 

May 22, 1876. 



132 CuTTs Genealogy. 

1491. Mary Ann, b. ; m. Nathan Folsom. 

1492. Abigail, b. ; m. Mr. Ryan. 

1493. Sophia, b. ; d. in Portland. 

1494. Infant, b. ; d. y. 

694 

Abigail Shannon, daughter of Kichard Cutts and 
Elizabetli (Ruggles) Shannon, married Capt. Henry 
Prescott, July 30, 1810. 

1495. Mary Elizabeth, b. ; m. Major Felix An- 

sart. 

1496. Ben J., b. ; d. y. 

1497. Jas. Noble, b. ; (Capt.). 

1498. Henry Way, b. Jan. 20, 1816; m. Mary J. 

Mendum, Nov. 3, 1839. 

1499. Sophia Shannon, b. ; m. Mr. Churchill. 

695 

John Langdon Shannon married Sarah Frost Blunt 
of Newbury port, Mass., Jan., 1810. 

1500. Abba March, b. Oct. 13, 1810. 

1501. Mary Harriet, b. Oct. 22, 1812 ; m. Robt. S. 

Davis, Sept. 4, 1837. 

1502. Elizabeth, b. 1816 ; m. Geo. Holbrook, 1837; 

d. 1877. 

1503. John Langdon, b. Aug. 1, 1819; d. March 

31, 1855. 

1504. Jas. Noble, b. Dec. 31, 1820; d. Nov., 

1836. 

Mrs. Sarah Frost (Blunt) Shannon was a daughter 
of William and Elizabeth (March) Blunt, grand- 
daughter of Rev. John and Sarah (Frost) Blunt, and 
great-granddaughter of Hon. John and Mary (Pep- 
perrell) Frost. 

Mrs. Sarah B. Shannon died July 26, 1835. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 133 

697 

James Noble Shannon married twice, and settled in 
Halifax, Nova Scotia. 

1505. Elizabeth, b. ; d. 

1506. Maey, b. ; d. 

1507. Wm., b. ; d. 

1508. Nancy, b. ; d. 

1509. Sophia, b. ; d. 

1510. Leonard, b. ; lawyer in Halifax, Nova 

Scotia, and has been a member of the Pro- 
vincial Parliament. 

699 

Harriet Shannon married Rev. John Marshall, in 
Halifax, N. S. 

1511. John, b. 

1512. Jas. Noble, b. 

7oa 

Richard Cutts Shannon, M. D., son of Thomas and 
Lillias (Watson) Shannon, married Mary Tebbetts 
(published July 11, 1801). 

1513. Caroline, b. May 4, 1802; d. Mar. 27, 1803. 

1514. Charles Tebbetts, b. Oct. 21, 1803; m. Jane 

P. Standwood, July 1, 1836 ; d. Sept. 2, 1873. 

1515. Abigail Tebbetts, b. Nov. 16, 1805; m. Cal- 

vin Locke, Oct. 12, 1829. 

1516. Richard, b. Jan. 23, 1807; d. Aug. 4, 1809. 

1517. Mary Barker, b. May 3, 1810; m. Pev. E. 

Jennison, Jan. 25, 1832. 

1518. Samuel Tebbetts, b. Aug. 16, 1812; d. Nov. 

7, 1812. 

1519. Samuel Tebbetts, b. Jan. 1, 1814; m. Re- 

becca Scammon, Apr. 21, 1839; d. Feb. 20, 
1875. 



134 CuTTS Genealogy. 

1520. James, b. Oct. 30, 1816 ; m. (1) Miss Saville ; 

(2) Miss Hawes ; d. Oct. 28, 1851. 

1521. Caroline, b. Jan. 7, 1819; m. Cyrus Goodale, 

Apr. 17, 1848. 

Mrs. Mary T. Shannon died Aug. 11, 1821. 

Richard Cutts Shannon, M. T>., married, Dec. 15, 
1821, Mrs. Mary (Patten) Buckminster (a daughter 
of Actor and Jane [McLellan] Patten), whose first 
husband was Thomas Buckminster, of Saco, Me. 

Mrs. Mary P. Shannon died in January, 1834, at 
Passadumkeag. 

705 

Lieutenant William Shannon, U. S. A., married Mary 
Waldron, daughter of Isaac Waldron of Barrington, 
N. H., Sept. 27, 1801. 

1522. Isaac, b. 1807, m. Emeline Harris; d. Sept., 

1877. 

1523. Nathanlel, b. 

1524. William, b. ; Lowell, Mass. 

1525. Elizabeth, b. ; m 

1526. Sarah Ann, b. ; m. Jonas C. March (Jr.). 

1527. Mary, b. 1810; unm. (Newton, Mass.). 

1528. Oliver, b. ; m. 

707 

Abigail Shannon married John Warner, New York, 
N. Y., formerly of Portsmouth, N. H. 

1529. Alexander, b. ; m. Miss Frances Cole. 

1530. John, b. ; m. Miss Margaret Leslie. 

1531. Anna Maria, b. ; d. Sept. 24, 1866. 

1532. Harriet, b. ; d. in Brooklyn, N. Y. 

1533. Elizabeth, b. ; unm. (Brooklyn, N. Y.) 

1534. Juliet, b. ; m. Thos. H. McAllister; 

d. 



CuTTs Genealogy. 135 

708 
Harriet Byron Shannon married Capt. Daniel Town- 
send (Jr.), of Saco, Me., Sept. 6, 1819. After her 
husband's death, she married Mr. Silas Moody of 
Kennebunkport, Me., and died there in March, 1853, 
leaving no children. 

709 

Thomas Westbrooke Waldron Shannon married 
Elizabeth Perkins, daughter of Capt. Eliphalet Per- 
kins of Keunebunkport, Me., Nov. 9, 1812. 

1535. Elizabeth, b. Aug. 23, 1813 ; m. Benjamin 

Shreve, Oct. 14, 1840; d. Dec. 15, 1874. 

1536. Ph(ebe Waldron, b. Mar. 16, 1815 ; m. Enoch 

Paine, Feb. 19, 1838. 

1537. Geo. Washington, b. Nov., 1817 ; m. Sarah 

E. Littlefield, 1852; d. Nov., 1882. 

1538. Horatio Nelson, b. July, 1819; m. Sarah 

Hawes, 1859 ; d. July 15, 1870. 

1539. Harriet, b. Dec, 1821 ; d. in infancy. 

1540. Sophia, b. Dec, 1821 ; unm. 

1541. Thomas Westbrook, b. Apr., 1825 ; m. Geor- 

gianna Hagemann, 1866 ; d. July 10, 
1883. 

1542. Richard Cutts, b. Jan., 1828; m. Eugenia 

Ruif, June 30, 1873, s. p. 

1543. Ellen, b. July 4, 1833 ; d. in 1840. 

Mrs. E. P. Shannon died in Boston, May 9, 1876, sd. 
85. 

713 

Abigail Shannon, daughter of Nathaniel and Mary 
(Dow) Shannon, married Jonathan Wiggin. 

1544. Jonathan C, b. ; m. Miss Hodson. 
Mrs. A. S. Wiggin married (2) Mr. E. Hoit. 



136 CuTTS Genealogy. 

713 

Thomas Shannon, M. D., married Miss Margaret 
Vaughan Moses, daughter of Josiah and Sarah (Rindge) 
Moses, July 8, 1808. 

1545. Mary Jane, b. Aug. 27, 1809 ; m. Jer. Libbey, 

July 15, 1858. 

1546. Fked'k Henry, b. Dec. 29, 1811; m. Mary 

Moulton. 

1547. Eloisa Comerais, b. Apr. 15, 1814; m. P. M. 

Dorsey, 1840. 

1548. Thos. Rindge, b. Feb. 2, 1816; m. S. Nason, 

1841. 

1549. Frances Ann, b. Apr. 18, 1818 ; m. Walter 

Smith ; d. Aug. 20, 1838. 

1550. Sarah Rindge, b. June 29, 1820 ; m. Oct. 13, 

1839, Jon. Choate. 

1551. Nath'l (M. D.), b. 1822; m. Lucy M. Cum- 

mings; d. May, 1890. 

1552. Adaline M., b. Sept. 5, 1826; m. Jos. Mc- 

Kinstey. 
Mrs. M. V. M. Shannon died Oct. 26, 1846, 8e. 62. 
Dr. Thomas Shannon married Martha Varney 1849. 

714 

Nathaniel Vaughan Shannon married Betsey Brown, 
1813. 

1553. Harriet Byron, b. Aug. 12, 1815; d. Apr., 

1832. 

1554. Geo. Vaughan, b. Mar. 16, 1818; m. L. 

Home. 

1555. Anne E., b. July 11, 1820 ; m. Wm. Sanborn. 

1556. Jno. L., b. May 9, 1823 ; m. L. Chipman, July, 

1855; d. Nov., 1877. 

1557. Edwin, b. May 19, 1827; m. Matilda Went- 

worth. May, 1854. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 137 

Joseph Marriner Gerrish, son of Nattaniel and Sarah 
(Marriner) Gerrisli, married Barbara Scott, Mar. 29, 
1807, in Portland, Me. 

1558. Joseph Markiner, b. Feb. 6, 1808; d. Feb. 

6, 1808. 

1559. Adaline, b. Dec. 23, 1808 ; d. Jan. 12, 1875. 

1560. Frances Ann, b. Oct. 13, 1810. 

1561. Jos. Fred'k Augustus, b. June 14, 1812; d. 

Sept. 28, 1813. 

1562. Martha Martin, b. Mar. 10, 1814; d. Sept. 

26, 1847. 

1563. Ellen Luoretia, b. Feb. 29, 1816 ; d. Sept. 

11, 1817. 

1564. Joseph, b. Dec. 26, 1817 ; d. Oct., 1836. 

1565. Edward Payson, b. Nov. 8, 1819; d. Nov. 

24, 1871. 

1566. Ellen Louisa, b. Oct. 8, 1821. 

1567. Fred'k Augustus, b. July 30, 1823 ; d. Apr. 

9, 1873. 

1568. Augustus Franklin, b. July 30, 1823 ; m. 

C. E. March, Dec. 27, 1848. 

1569. Wm. Oliver, b. Jan. 23, 1827; d. Oct. 18, 

1831. 

1570. Mary Kidder, b. Sept. 28, 1828; d. Oct. 20, 

1831. 

1571. Wm. Scott, b. June 28, 1830 ; d. Jan. 29, 1887. 
Mrs. Barbara (Scott) Gerrish died Oct. 12, 1841, 

86. 53. 

Joseph Marriner Gerrish died in Portland, Me., 
Apr. 30, 1853. 

750 

James Gerrish, son of George and Mary (Mitchell) 
Gerrish, married Mary Sylvester, Oct. 8, 1808. 
18 



138 CuTTS Genealogy. 

1572. Haeeison Sylvestee, b. Jan. 23, 1810; m. 

Jane T. Small, 1835. 

1573. Geo. Baestow, b. July 23, 1811; m. Eliza 

Field, Nov. 17, 1841 ; d. Aug. 28, 1850. 

1574. Emeline, b. Mar. 7, 1817; m. Amos Field, 

Mar. 29, 1840. 

1575. Stephen Sylvestee, b. Mar. 23, 1820; m. 

Harriet N. Conner, Oct. 18, 1848; d. May 
6, 1864. 

1576. John James, b. Dec. 21, 1821 ; m. Susan R. 

Small, Dec. 21, 1848. 
James Gerrish died June 8, 1824. 
Mrs. Mary (Sylvester) Gerrish died Aug. 20, 1859, 
se. 72. 

751 
John Gerrish, son of George and Mary (Mitchell) 
Gerrish, married Joanna West, Sept. 15, 1811. 

1577. Lucy B., b. June 15, 1813 ; m. James Meguire, 

Jan. 3, 1841. 

1578. Geoege, b. Dec. 28, 1814; d. Oct. 13, 1839. 

1579. Maey, b. Aug. 20, 1816; d. July 6, 1817. 

1580. Albin, b. May 1, 1818; m. Julia Lane, May 

23, 1841; d. Jan., 1850. 

1581. Lydia, b. Apr. 29, 1820; d. Dec. 3, 1820. 
John Gerrish died July 5, 1821. 

754 

Abra Chadwick, daughter of William and Elizabeth 
(Butler) Chadwick, married John Lord, Feb. 12, 1807. 

1582. Sophia, b. Nov. 7, 1807; m. Wm. Gowen 

Wentworth, Dec. 26, 1829; d. Apr. 9, 1833. 

1583. Emily, b. ;m. Thurston Libby. (See 785.) 

1584. ISanoy, b. ; single. 

1585. Elizabeth, b. ; single. 

1586. Maetha, b. ; single. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 139 

758 
Nancy Chadwick, daughter of William and Eliza- 
beth (Butler) Chadwick, married John Bond of Bos- 
ton, Mass., 1816. 

1587. Eliza Ann, b. Oct. 22, 1817 ; m. Chas.Went- 

worth, June 1, 1837. 

1588. Maey, b. ; m. Mr. Fletcher. 

759 

Nathaniel Chadwick, son of William and Elizabeth 
(Butler) Chadwick, married Charity Abbott, a daugh- 
ter of Thomas and Olive (Chadwick) Abbott, Sept., 
1813. 

1589. Nathaniel (Jr.), b. ; (So. Berwick, Me.). 

765 

Nathaniel Butler (Jr.), son of I^athaniel and Tabitha 
(Joy) Butler, married Joan Keay, 1817. 

1590. Doeoas S., b. Aug. 23, 1818; m. Nathan 

Dorr, Oct. 3, 1844. 

1591. Feank N., b. June 20, 1820 ; m. M. W. Libby, 

May 28, 1842. 

1592. S. Elizabeth, b. Apr. 4, 1823 ; d. unm., 1847. 

1593. Ann, b. June 14, 1828 ; m. Judge Hanscomb, 

1850; d. 1852. 

1594. Jas. S., b. Aug. 12, 1832 ; d. 1862. 

1595. Benj. Feanklin, b. Sept. 2, 1837; d. 1838. 
Nathaniel Butler (Jr.) died Dec. 11, 1872. 

Mrs. Joan (Keay) Butler died Nov. 9, 1879, £e. 84. 

760 

Mehitable Butler, daus^hter of Nathaniel and Tabitha 
(Joy) Butler, married Elias Libby. 

1596. Maey, b. Feb. 8, 1819 ; m. Benj. F. Hanson, 

1840. 



I40 CuTTS Genealogy. 

1597. Tabitha, b. Aug. 13, 1821 ; single. 

1598. AsENATH, b. Feb. 24, 1823. 

1599. Luther Sam'l, b. Feb. 28, 1825 ; m. Rowena 

Libby, Apr. 3, 1852. (See 1621.) 

1600. Susan, b. Feb. 11, 1828. 

1601. Nath'l Butler, b. Dec. 4, 1832 ; m. Susan J. 

Libby, May 6, 1860, s. p. 

1602. Jno. Howard, b. June 8, 1835 ; d. Mar. 31, 

1836. 

1603. Elias Howard, b. Oct. 16, 1837. 

1604. Mehitable Josephine, b. Jan. 8, 1841 ; m. 

Wm. Howard Hill. 
Elias Libby (Sr.) died Dec. 12, 1874. 
Mrs. Mehitable (Butler) Libby died Sept. 16, 1870. 

767 

Bridget Butler, daughter of Nathaniel and Tabitha 
(Joy) Butler, married Harvey Keay, 1821. 

1605. Nath'l Washburne, b. June 18, 1822 ; died 

Bolivia, S. A., May, 1880. 

1606. Cyrus Proctor, b. Aug. 20, 1824. 

1607. Bridget, b. June 1, 1826; d. Oct. 13, 1832. 
Mrs. Bridget (Butler) Keay died June 18, 1826. 

768 

Nehemiah Butler married Aphia Libby, 1824. 

1608. Lewis, b. Dec. 15, 1824 ; m. Hannah J. Tib- 

bitts, Sept. 5, 1855. 

1609. Adah, b. Nov. 10, 1826 ; m. Jno. B. Libby, 

March 8, 1851 (see 1619). 

1610. Dennis, b. Aug. 21, 1828 ; m. Fr. F. Guptill, 

Feb. 22, 1856 ; d. Oct. 26, 1858. 

1611. Emily A., b. Nov. 9, 1830 ; m. Geo. W. Pray, 

May 30, 1857. 

1612. Lavinia, b. Aug. 8, 1833. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 141 

1613. Deaxcy, b. Oct. 26, 1835; m. Horace M. 

Ford, Feb. 26, 1826. 

1614. Nathaioel, b. Mar. 30, 1838; d. Oct. 6, 

1858. 

1615. Lebbius, b. Feb. 3, 1841 ; m. Olive O. Ford, 

Nov. 29, 1866. 

Nehemiah Butler was a representative to the Maine 
State Legislature for several terms and lield other 
offices. He died April 8, 1877. 

Mrs. Aphia (Libby) Butler died April 6, 1843, 
se. 50. 

Nehemiah Butler married Rhoda Chadbourne, April, 
1844. 

1616. Aphia, b. May 15, 1845 ; m. J. H. Ford, Jan. 

17, 1863. 

1617. RoxiLLA, b. Nov. 22, 1847; d. Jan. 10, 

1851. 

1618. RoxiLLA, b. Dec. 15, 1851. 

769 

Susan Butler married Ebenezer Libby, Sept. 7, 1823. 

1619. John Butler, b. Nov. 10, 1824; m. Adah 

Butler, Mar. 8, 1851. (See 1609.) 

1620. Moses Hebeon, b. Oct. 5, 1826; m. Martha 

Moulton on Feb. 5, 1850. 

1621. RowENA, b. Jan. 23, 1829; m. L. S. Libby. 

(See 1599.) 

1622. Ada Ann, b. Apr. 28, 1831 ; m. Wm. F. 

Johnson, Feb. 10, 1863 ; d. 

1623. Ivory Ashton, b. Sept. 1, 1833; m. Beulah 

A. Stevens, Mar. 8, 1858. 

1624. Eben Howard, b. May 12, 1836 ; d. Nov. 16, 

1855. 

1625. Susan Jane, b. May 15, 1838; m. Nath'l 

Butler Libby. (See 1 60 1.) 



142 CuTTS Genealogy. 

1626. Tabitha Angeline, b. Aug. 5, 1840 ; m. Oscar 

C. Cole, Jan., 1867, Fayette, Iowa. 
Ebenezer Libby died Dec. 7, 1843. 

771 

Mary Butler married Deacon Ivory Libby, Aug. 16, 
1829. 

1627. Julia Ann, b. 1830 ; ra. Ricli'd M. Ellsworth, 

Mar. 7, 1850. 

1628. Philander Hart well, b. Dec. 18, 1831 ; m. 

Mary L. Lougee. 

1629. Mary Jane, b. Feb. 3, 1834; d. unm., Oct. 6, 

1876. 

1630. Rhoda Angie, b. May 24, 1836; m. D. H. 

Toothaker, Oct. 13, 1864. 

1631. Ivory Butler, b. Mar. 31, 1839; went to 

California in 1857. 

1632. Gilbert Nath'l, b. Mar. 19, 1842 ; m. Belle 

McNebo, July 11, 1872. 

1633. Aphia, b. Feb. 19, 1844; d. unm., Feb. 18, 

1870. 

1634. Moses Albion, b. July 5, 1848 ; d. unm. 

773 

Tabitha Butler married Sheldon Beal, 1827. 

1635. Nath'l Butler, b. Mar. 7, 1828; m. Mary 

Robbins, Apr. 8, 1849. 

1636. Wm. C, b. May 8, 1830 ; m. Mary Wells, June 

8, 1860. 

1637. Horace, b. Mar. 13, 1832 ; m. E. Home, Nov. 

5, 1860. 

1638. Lewis, b. June 13, 1834; m. Althea Mitchell, 

June 13, 1863. 

1639. Bradford, b. Aug. 4, 1836 ; m. A. Lambert, 

July 23, 1865. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 143 

1640. Sheldon, b. July 12, 1839; d. June 17, 

1864. 

1641. Laura, b. Jan. 5, 1842 ; m. Wm. Grafton 

Bradbury, Dec. 19, 1863. 

1642. Valora, b. Nov. 8, 1849 ; m. E. J. Koss, Nov. 

8, 1866. 

1643. Eldora, b. July 9, 1851 ; m. A. J. Goodwin, 

Jan. 2-2, 1873. 
Tabitha (Butler) Beal died Apr. 24, 1865. 
. Sheldon Beal (Sr.) died Jan. 10, 1875. 

773 

Moses Butler married Philena Johnson. 

1644. RoxANA, b. Jan. 13, 1841 ; m. Allen T. Wor- 

cester. 

1645. Nath'l H., b. June 13, 1842; m. Jennie 

Moore. 

1646. Marion Adelaide, b. Mar. 4, 1846; m. W. 

B. Gowen. 
Moses Butler died Sept. 12, 1853. 

777 

Nathaniel Libby, son of Stephen and Sally (Butler) 
Libby, married Anna Bicker, Sept. 14, 1815. 

1647. DAViD,b. Jan. 6,1816; m. Sarah Butler, 1845 ; 

d. Apr. 25, 1857. 

1648. Aaron Bicker, b. Feb. 5, 1818; m. Rosina 

Jaqueth; d. May 21, 1876. 

1649. Lavinia, b. Mar. 28, 1820; m. B. F. Baker of 

Brookline, Mass., Jan. 24, 1843. 

1650. Stephen, b. Nov. 1, 1825; d. unm., Oct. 8, 

1866. 

1651. Nath'l Lewis, b. Nov. 1, 1825 ; d. Oct. 13, 

1832. 

1652. Elizabeth Ann, b. Nov. 17, 1829. 



144 



CuTTS Genealogy. 



Nathaniel Libby died in' Limerick, Me., June 24, 
1857. 

Mrs. Anna R. Libby died in Limerick, Me., July 
80, 1849. 

778 

Nancy Gerrish Libby married Capt. John Cook 
Libby, Feb. 27, 1817. 

1653. Sally, b. Feb. 16, 1818; m. Jas. Johnson, 

Dec. 25, 1849. 

1654. Asa, b, Aug. 19, 1820; m. Lydia Lord, June 

29, 1852. 

1655. Stephen Cook, b. Apr. 1, 1822 ; m. Sarah A. 

Frost, June 27, 1852. 

1656. John, b. Feb. 6, 1826; m. Hannah Edgerly; 

d. July 80, 1860, s. p. 

1657. Sam'l Jackson, b. June 17, 1880; d. unm., 

July, 1854. 

1658. Ann, b. July 16, 1831 ; m. Alfred Mitchell. 

1659. SiLEA, b. Feb. 1, 1835 ; m. C. F. Barker, Dec. 

23, 1855. 

Stephen Libby married, second, Mary Jane Bradeen 
daughter of Joseph and Dorothy (Wilson) Bradeen 
1836. His first wife died in 1831, and left no chil 
dren. 

1660. Wm. Wallace, b. Nov. 30, 1836 ; m. May 17 

1868, Abbie F. Lougee. 

1661. Rosalthea, b. Mar. 31, 1839; m. Silas C 

Bobbins. 

1662. Chas. LoRiNG (Rev.), b. Jan. 21, 1844; m 

Emma A. Richardson, July 27, 1867. 

1663. Mary Alice, b. June 14, 1850 ; m. Jas. Ever 

ett Chandler of Biddeford. 
Stephen Libby died Dec. 19, 1868. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 145 

784 
Cyrus Libby married Drusilla "Woodsom, daughter 
of William and Tlieodosia (Thompson) Woodsom, 
Nov. 4, 1824. 

1664. SiLEA, b. Apr. 11, 1825; d.Aug. 81, 1828. 

1665. Melissa, b. Mar. 3, 1827; d. Sept. 28, 1841. 

1666. Cyrus, b. Jan. 1, 1830; m. L. L. Varney,Feb. 

13, 1859. 

1667. Sakah E., b. Dec. 5, 1831 ; m. Oct. 10, 1852, 

C. A. Whipp. 

1668. Catherine M., b. Oct. 5, 1833; m. May 31, 

1854, I C. Storer. 

1669. Wm., b. ; d. y. 

1670. Stephen, b. ; d. y. 

1671. Susan, b. Dec. 29, 1838; m. (1) M. Thwing ; 

(2) Geo. Gayman. 

1672. Stephen, b. Dec. 19, 1839; m. Abby O. 

Moore, Aug. 27, 1872, s. p. 

1673. Wm. Osborn, b. Oct. 29, 1841; m. Miss 

McKusick, s. p. 

1674. Laueen Colby, b. Oct. 17, 1844. 

785 
Rook Thurston Libby married Emily Lord, Dec. 28, 
1831. (See 1583.) 

1675. Mary, b. Oct. 27, 1832; d. June 12, 1855, 

unm. 

1676. Ivory Emerson, b. Sept. 7, 1834; m. Lu- 

cinda Leavitt, Nov. 3, 1859. 

1677. LuciNDA, b. Feb. 13, 1836; d. unm., May 17, 

1862. 

1678. Emily J., b. Nov. 21, 1837 ; m. Frank Sim- 

mons, the sculptor; d. Sept. 18, 1871, Rome, 
Italy. 

1679. George, b. Jan. 16, 1840 ; d. y. 

19 



146 CuTTS Genealogy. 

1680. Martha, b. Feb. 25, 1842 ; d. j. 

1681. Geokge, b. Jau. 25, 1845; d. Sept. 2, 

1846. 

1682. Chas. H., b. Nov. 1. 1846; d. Jan. 9,1858. 

1683. Harriet A., b. Mar. 26, 1849 ; d. June 12, 

1861. 
Mrs. Emily (Lord) Libby died June 25, 1851. 
R. T. Libby married, second, Marion Bradbury. 

1684. Elsie Etta, b. Mar. 10, 1852 ; m. Jas. Hamil- 

ton, Mar. 2, 1874. 

1685. Ida M., b. 1857; d. June 4, 1864. 

1686. Jennie T., b. ; d. Dec. 28, 1861. 
Mrs. Marion (Bradbury) Libby died Oct., 1861. 

E,. T. Libby died Feb. 18, 1871, having previously 
married Martha J. Wyman for his third wife. 

786 

Thomas Butler Libby married Eunice Butler, daugh- 
ter of William and Lois (Littlefield) Butler, Mar. 20, 
1834. (See 802.) 

1687. Almeda Jane, b. Dec. 9, 1834; m. Wm. Al- 

bert Lang of Limerick, Me., Jan. 10, 
1859. 

1688. Lois Butler, b. Feb. 25, 1836 ; m. Elisha 

Wadleigh of Parsonsfield, Me., May 15, 
1857. 

1689. Martin Van Buren, b. June 20, 1837; sup- 

posed to have d. at sea. 

1690. Stephen Frank, b. Mar. 26, 1840; m. Sarah 

Fisk, June 16, 1863. 

1691. Butler, b. Feb. 6, 1842; m. Sarah E. Brooks, 

Dec. 19, 1863. 
Thomas B. Libby died June 8, 1842. 
Mrs. E. B. Libby married Walter H. Pierce, Feb. 4, 
1844. 



CuTTS Genealogy, 147 

794 

Mary Butler, daughter of William and Lois (Little- 
field) Butler, married Edmond Brown. 

1692. Wm. H., b. 

1693. Thos., b. 

800 

Stephen Butler married Elizabeth Furber. 

1694. Amos, b. 

1695. Wm., b. 

801 

Amos Butler married Rebecca Stenman, Sept. 30, 
1839. 

1696. Wm. Van Bueen, b. Aug. 9, 1840; d. Mar., 

1865. 

1697. Amos Franklin, b. Jan., 1843 ; d. 1843. 

804 

Sarah Butler married David Libby, son of Nath'l 
and Anna (Ricker) L., 1845. (See 777.) 

1698. Helen, b. ; d. unm. 

1699. Ansel, b. ; Dedham, Mass. 

81S 

Nancy Gale Tucker, daughter of Capt. Jos. and 
Mary (Stone) Tucker, married Hon. Wm. Pitt Preble. 

1700. Maeianna, b. July 30, 1812; m. Stephen 

Longfellow. 

1701. William, b. 1814; d. 1816. 

1702. Nancy Tucker, b. Nov. 28, 1816 ; m. Capt. 

Robt. Allen, U. S. A.; d. 1846. 

1703. Wm. Pitt, b. Apr. 19, 1819 ; m. Harriet Mus- 

sey. 



148 CuTTS Genealogy. 

815 

Nathaniel Norwood, son of Samuel and Mary 
(Raynes) Norwood, married Jemima Donnell, Feb. 15, 
1804. 

1704. Francis Raynes, b. Nov. 26, 1805; d. Sept. 

11, 1883. 

1705. Wm. Donnell, b. May 13, 1807; m. Eliza M. 

Pierce, 1834. 

1706. Samuel, b. May 26, 1808; d. Jan. 9, 1889. 

1707. Maey Jane, b. June 24, 1811 ; m. Jno. Bell, 

Jan. 15, 1833. 

1708. H'y Donnell, b. May 6, 1813 ; m. Mary Par- 

sons, Jan. 12, 1837. 

1709. Charles, b. Dec. 31, 1815 ; m. A. Parsons, 

June 13, 1841 ; d. Aug. 31, 1849. 
Nathaniel Norwood died Sept. 29, 1849, and Mrs. 
J. D. Norwood died Oct. 1, 1849. 

8d4 

Francis Raynes, son of Daniel and Jane (Grerrish) 
Raynes, married Elizabeth Cutts, daughter of Richard 
and Sarah (Frost) Cutts, July 8, 1813. 

1710. Richard Cutts, b. Aug. 11, 1814 ; m. (1) 

Charlotte D. Page, Nov. 5, 1839; (2) Emily 
Payne, May 25, 1863 ; d. Aug 10. 1880. 

1711. William, b. Feb. 13, 1818; m. Mercy A. 

Shaw, Apr. 5, 1852. 

1712. Francis, b. Jan. 26, 1821; m. (1) Harriet 

Hanscom, Feb. 24, 1850 ; (2) Esther Wads- 
worth, Oct. 27, 1857. 
Francis Raynes married (2) Miss Susanna Haley 
Bellamy, Dec. 5, 1822, born Mar., 1794. 

1713. Elizabeth Cutts, b. Sept. 5, 1823; m. John 

A. Swett, Nov. 4, 1852, who d. Oct. 30, 1890. 

1714. Susan Jane, b. May 24, 1827 ; m. Capt. E. Low. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 149 

1715. Lucy Ann, b. May 29, 1830; m. Ira B. Quimby, 

Oct. 10, 1854. 

1716. Almyea, b. Oct. 13, 1832. 

1717. Daniel, b. Mar. 13, 1837; d. Mar. 6, 1842. 

1718. Chas. Wesley, b. Nov. 27, 1840; m. Louisa 

A. Wheeler, Jan. 17, 1872. 
Francis Raynes (Sr.) died Nov. 5, 1873. 
Mrs. S. H. B. Raynes died July 3, 1891, se. 96. 

829 

George Chapman, son of Samuel and Lucy (Marston) 
Chapman, married Sarah Burnham. 

1719. Geoege (Jr.), b. ; m. Lucy Trask. 

1720. LuoY Maeia, b. ; m. John Smith. 

1721. Aaeon, b. ; m. Mary Eaton. 

1722. Saeah, b. ; m. John Mayo. 

1723. RicHAED, b. ; d. unm. 

1724. Eliza, b. ; m. Chas. Rogers. 

1725. William, b. ; d. unm. 

830 

Francis Chapman married Betsey Hilton. 

1726. RuFus, b. ; m. 

1727. Samuel, b. ; d. unm. 

1728. Eben, b. ; m. Emeline Peabody. 

1729. Lucy Feances, b. ; m. Mr. Marsh. 

831 

Nathan Chapman married Abigail Dearborn. 

1730. Saeah Deaeboen, b. June 5, 1815; d. Nov. 

1, 1839. 

1731. Edwaed Deaeboen, b.Dec. 22, 1820 ; d. Sept. 

10, 1838. 

1732. Abby Deaeboen, b. Jan. 31, 1827. 



150 CuTTS Genealogy. 

Thomas Chapman married Sarah Johnson. 

1733. Sarah, b. ; m. Wingate Twombly. 
Thomas Chapman married (2) Ahnira Robinson. 

1734. Chas., b. ; m. Mary Cummings. 

1735. Eben, b. ; m. Clarissa Lang. 

1736. Jane, b. ; m. Wm. Sanborn. 

1737. Thos. (Jr.), b. ; m. Jennie . 

1738. Mary Ann, b. ; m. Chas. Page. 

1739. Geo., b. ; d. unm. 

833 

Nathaniel Chapman married Martha Meserve. 

1740. Sallie, b. ; m. Nathan Berry. 

1741. Jos. W., b. ; m. Mary Moulton. 

1742. Nath'l, b. ; m. (1) Kate Huntress; (2) 

Jennie Shackford. 

1743. Martha Jane, b. ; m. Eli L. Waterhouse. 

1744. Lucy Raynes, b. ; d. unm. 

1745. Jno. Alfred Metcalf (D.D.), b. ; m. 

Mary E. Knox. 

834 

Eben Chapman married Eliza Yeaton, Feb. 21, 1830. 

1746. John Robinson, b. Feb. 2, 1831 ; d. May 3, 

1832. 

1747. Eben, b. Aug. 22, 1832; m. Olive Thomp- 

son, Apr., 1862. 

1748. Abbie Matilda, b. June 9, 1834. 

1749. Chas. H'y, b. Apr. 25, 1836 ; m. M. A. Shaw, 

1867. 

1750. Lydia Ann, b. June 8, 1838 ; m. Jos. P. Shaw, 

Apr. 24, 1878. 

1751. Albert Haven, b. May 17, 1840; m. A. M. 

Robinson, May 17, 1870. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 151 

1752. Edward Ashley, b. July 18, 1842; m. M. 

Somerby, Dec. 25, 1863. 

1753. John Leonaed, b. Nov. 24, 1844 ; m. E. W. 

Hastings, Nov. 25, 1875. 
Mrs. Eliza (Yeaton) Chapman died Dec. 8, 1891, 
86. 91. 

838 

Betsey Harris, daughter of Capt. Joseph and Eliza- 
beth (Raynes) Harris, married George Moore. 

1754. Robert, b. ; m. Abigail Stevens. 

1755. Wm., b. ; d. unra. 

1756. Joanna, b. ; m. Jos. Seawards. 

1757. Jos. Harris, b. ; m. Mary Blaisdell. 

844 
Sarah Leonard Sawyer, daughter of Jonathan and 
Eunice (Cutts) Sawyer, married AVm. Shillaber. 

1758. Susan, b. ; d. y. 

1759. Benjamin Penhallow, b. July 12, 1814; m. 

Ann Tappan de Rochemont, May 26, 1859; 
d. Nov. 25, 1890. 

1760. Lydia Elizabeth, b. 1818; m. Stephen De- 

catur Scriggins ; d. Aug. 26, 1842. 

845 
Richard Cutts Sawyer, son of Jonathan and Eunice 
(Cutts) Sawyer, married Lydia Woodbury of Portland, 
Me., 1805. 

1761. Enoch, b. Apr. 20, 1806; m. Priscilla H. 

Bartlett, June 18, 1829; d. Sept. 24, 1878. 

1762. Thomas, b. 1808 ; d. 1828, unm. 

1763. Eunice, b. 1810; d. unm. 

Mrs. Lydia (Woodbury) Sawyer died, 1846, in Port- 
land, Me. 



152 CuTTS Genealogy. 

847 

Hannah Cutts, daughter of Noali and (Mary Wilson) 
Cutts, married Joseph Gunnison in Kittery, Me., Sept. 
19, 1837. 

1764. Mary Elizabeth, b. Oct. 19, 1838. 

1765. KoBERT Cutts, b. Apr. 11, 1840. 

1766. John Joseph, b. Nov. 2, 1842. 

Mrs. Hannah (Cutts) Gunnison died Aug. 8, 1872. 
Joseph Gunnison died Oct. 8, 1884. 

848 

Benjamin Cutts, son of Noah and Mary (Wilson) 
Cutts, married Eliza Frye, daughter of John and Mary 
(Ervin) Frye, 1825. 

1767. Mary Eevin, b. 1826 ; d. Sept. 17, 1829. 

1768. Love Pickman, b. ; d. unm., June 4, 1873. 

1769. Mary Ervu^, b. 

1770. Sarah Frye, b. ; d. Mar. 17, 1888. 

1771. Eliza Frye, b. ; m. S. P. Walcott, Feb. 

11, 1875. 

1772. Anstiss Pickman, b. ; m. A. Quimby, 

June 14, 1871. 

1773. Susan Cleveland, b. ; m. I. Quimby, 

June 14, 1871. 

Mrs. Eliza (Frye) Cutts died Aug. 15, 1868, at 
30 Beckford street, Salem, Mass. 

Benjamin Cutts died at 30 Beckford street, Salem, 
Mass., Nov. 23, 1878. 

850 

Richard Cutts, son of Noah and Mary (Wilson) 
Cutts, married Priscilla H. Low, Feb. 5, 1839. 

1774. Richard xAlexander, b. Oct. 25, 1839; m. 

Ellen Mary Robinson, Sept. 2, 1869. 

1775. Benjashn, b. Dec. 23, 1841. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 153 

1776. Abby Low, b. Apr. 16, 1844; d. Mar. 19, 

1865. 

1777. Priscilla Low, b. Oct. 28, 1847. 

1778. Francis, b. Feb. 28, 1850; m. Miss Renton, 

May 1, 1870. 

1779. Annie, b. June 20, 1853; m. E. B. Newhall, 

Jan. 21, 1880. 

1780. Mary Wilson, b. Mar. 4, 1857 ; m. Benj. C. 

Mudge, Dec. 19, 1882; Lynn, Mass. 

Hampden Cutts, son of Edward and (Mary Carter) 
Cutts, married Mary Pepperell Sparhawk Jarvis, daugh- 
ter of Hon. William and Mary P. (Sparhawk) Jarvis, 
in Weathersfield, Vt., Sept. 7, 1829. (See 625.) 

1781. Edward Holyoke, b. May 29, 1831 ; m. Han- 

nah Sherwood, Jan. 10, 1855 ; d. Oct. 11, 
1887. 

1782. Elizabeth Bartlett Jarvis, b. Nov. 12, 1833 ; 

d. Apr. 2, 1834. 

1783. Anna Holyoke, b. June 17, 1835; m. A. T. 

Howard, Aug. 24, 1861 ; d. June 28, 1889. 

1784. Elizabeth Bartlett, b. Apr. 12, 1837 ; m. 

A. R. Bullard, M. D., Apr. 27, 1861, .s p.; 
d. Feb. 2, 1864. 

1785. William Jarvis, b. June 30, 1839; d. Apr., 

1853. 

1786. Mary Pepperell Carter, b. May 2, 1843 ; 

(1. Aug., 1848. 

1787. Hampden (Jr.), b. Aug. 19, 1845; d. Aug., 

1848. 

1788. Chas. Jarvis, b. Mar. 21, 1848 ; d. Sept. 13, 

1863. 

1789. Harriet Louise, b. Feb. 1, 1851; m. U. A. 

Budd, Jan. 8, 1879. 
20 



154 CuTTS Genealogy. 

858 
Nathaniel Carter, son of Nathaniel and Elizabeth 
Eppes (Cutts) Carter, married Harriet Tyler, Dec. 2, 
1819. 

1790. Priscilla Storer, b. Nov. 5, 1820; m. David 

Johnson, Sept. 6, 1h39; d. Aug. 15, 1840. 

1791. Lydia Gardner, b. Sept. 2, 1823; m. ; 

d. ; s. p. 
Nathaniel Carter died in West Indies, of yellow 
fever, on board United States ship " Hornet," Sept. 7, 
1823. 

863 
Elizabeth Eppes Carter, daughter of Nathaniel and 
Elizabeth Eppes (Cutts) Carter, married Rev. David 
Kimball, Aug. 6, 1822. 

1792. Isabella Graham, b. June 7, 1823; m. Geo. 

D. Edson, Sept. 9, 1845. 

1793. Claudius Buchanan, b. Jan. 22, 1826 ; d. 

unm., Feb. 12, 1864. 
1794 Elizabeth Anna, b. Mar. 1, 1828. 

1795. Edward Holyoke, b. Nov. J, 1830; d. unm., 

Apr. 28, 1855. 

1796. Henry Martyn, b. Feb. 12, 1833 ; m. Fannie 

M. Palmer, Mar. 1, 1860. 

1797. Wm. Fred'k Durant, b. Sept. 17, 1836; d. 

unm., Jan. 7, 1865. 

1798. Fred'k Oberlin, b. Jan. 3, 1838 ; d. Dec. 10, 

1841. 
Mrs. E. E. C. Kimball buried in Rockford, 111. 
Rev. David Kimball born Mar., 1791, died Rock- 
ford, 111., Feb. 12, 1875. 

863 
Mary Carter, daughter of Nathaniel and Elizabeth 
Eppes (Cutts) Carter, married George Wheelwright, 
Dec. 24, 1816. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 155 

1799. Geoege Albert, b. Jan, 18, 1818; m. Cathe- 

rine McKay, Apr. 25, 1857. 

1800. Jos. Stoeer, b. Apr. 18, 1821 ; m. S. A. Webb, 

Feb. L>2, 1843. 

1801. Mary Carter, b. Apr. 8, 1824; m. (1) Mr. 

Godfrey ; (2) Mr. Felch. 

1802. Margaret Ann, b. Jan. 25, 1827; d. Oct., 

1832. 
Mrs. Mary (Carter) Wheelwright married Mr. Clark, 
and died 1871. 

864 

Margaret Gary Carter married Rev. Moses B. Church, 
June 11, 1827. 

1803. Margaret Ann, b. Oct. 7, 1836; m. (1) 

Philip Dale, Aug., 1857; (2) M. V. Palmer. 

1804. Hampden Sydney, b. Mar. 17, 1834; (Rev.) 

m. 

1805. MosES Flavel, b. Oct. 26, 1839. 

1806. Sarah Gaylord, b. Nov. 20, 1841 ; m. John 

Shearer, Sept. 8, 1863. 
Rev. Moses B. Church died 1872. 

865 

Samuel Cutts Carter married Matilda Ay res, Apr. 
20, 1826. 

1807. Caroline Matilda, b. July 22, 1827; d. 

Sept. K', 1838. 
Mrs. M. A. Carter died Dec. 15, 1833. 
Samuel C. Carter married, second, Elizabeth D. 
Jackson, Sept. 23, 1835, who died June 25, 1888, s. p., 
in Amherst, Mass. 

866 
Rev. Hampden Cutts Carter married Anna D. Coles, 
in Athens, Ga., Apr. 4, 1833. 



156 CuTTS Genealogy. 

1808. Jas. Nath'l, b. Jan. 7, 1834 ; m. Laura Clark, 

Sept., 1855, s. p. 

1809. Jos. Maloy, b. Nov. 12, 1886; d. uum., Jan., 

1863. 

1810. Saeah Fkances Meeiweather, b. Mar., 1888; 

m. Jas. A. Williams; d. Mar., 1882. 

1811. Maey Elizabeth, b. May 23, 1840; m. (1) J. 

B. Michie ; (2) Dr. J. H. Jones, 1880. 
Mrs. A. D. (Coles) Carter died May 12, 1872. 

868 
Samuel Holyoke Cutts, son of Hon. Charles and Lucy 
Henry (Southall) Cutts, married Maria de Kraaft, 
Lewinsville, Va., Nov., 1866, daughter of Jno. Wm. 
and Dolly Payne (Van Zandt) de Kraaft. 

1812. Chaeles, b. June 22, 1868. 

1813. Hebe, b. Nov. 9, 1873. 

Mrs. Maria (de Kraaft) Cutts died Feb. 20, 1879, at 
Lewinsville, Fairfax county, Va. 

873 

Sarah Johnson Cutts, daughter of William Richard 
and Lydia (Johnson) Cutts, married Charles Colburn 
Barren, Jan. 1, 1845, York, Me. 

1814. Saeah Abby, b. June 29, 1846 ; m. Simeon S. 

Bracket, Oct. 10, 1877. 

1815. Jno. Edwaed, b. June 10, 1849. 

Mrs. S. J. (Cutts) Barren died Sept. 29, 1851. 
Charles J. Barrell married (2) Martha Jevvett Odlin, 
Feb. 3, 1859. 

875 

Elizabeth Gerrish Piper, daughter of Rev. Asa and 
Mary (Cutts) Piper, married Porter K. Wiggin, Jan. 
21, 1814. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 157 

1816. Asa Piper, b. Dec. 16, 1^14 ; d. Oct. 16, 1854. 

1817. Sarah Mehitable, b. June 5, 1816, Arlington, 

Mass. 

1818. Martha Ann, b. Feb. 12, 1820 ; d. in Boston, 

Nov. 13, 1847. 

1819. John Kimball, b. Aug. 5, 1825; d. Aug. 20, 

1875. 

1820. Charles Porter, b. Dec. 19, 1835 ; d. in Cali- 

fornia, Sept. 4, 1876. 

Porter Kimball Wiggin was born in Exeter, N. H., 
Feb. 17, 1789, and died in Wakefield, N. H., Apr. 30, 
1840. 

Mrs. Elizabeth G. (Piper) Wiggin died Boston, 
Mass., May 30, 1881, liaving reached the advanced 
age of 91 years and 11 months. 

876 

Edward Cutts Piper, son of Rev. Asa and Mary 
(Cutts) Piper, married Mrs. Sarah Swasey, iiee Jones, 
May 18, 1828. 

1821. Adeline, b. Apr. 8, 1829 ; d. Dec. 15, 1831. 

1822. Edward Cutts (Jr.), b. July 23, 1830; m. 

Henrietta Cox, Aug. 16, 1852 ; he d. Nov. 
22, 1862 ; she d. Aug. 19, 1863. 

1823. George Francis, b. Sept. 6, 1833; m. Mary 

Jenness, June 13, 1866. 
Mrs. Sarah (Jones) Piper died Jan. 13, 1866. She 
was born in Portsmouth, N. H., in 1790. Her hus- 
band, Edward Cutts Piper, entered Harvard College in 
Sept., 1809, and left it at the end of the Junior year, 
on account of ill health. This obliged him to abandon 
his intention of pursuing a professional life. He adopted 
a business which required laboi- in the open air. For 
nearly half a century he was a farmer, and deacon of 
the Congregational church in Wakefield. 



158 CuTTS Genealogy. 

877 
Marianne Piper married Peter Home, Jan 18, 1824, 

1824. Mary Cutts, b. Dec. 16, 1824. 

1825. Asa Piper, b. ; d. 

1826. Eliza, b. ; d. in Castine, Me. 
Peter Horne died. 

Mrs. Marianne (Piper) Home married (2) Jonathan 
Pollard, Sept., 1831. 

1827. Edward Cutts, b. 

1828. Caroline, b. 

1829. John, b. 

1830. Charles, b. 
Jonathan Pollard died. 

Mrs. Marianne (Piper) Pollard died at the residence 
of her son, John Pollard, in Maiden, Mass. 

870 

Edward Cutts, son of William and Sarah (Cutts) 
Catts, married Hannah Junkins, 1830. (Pub. Oct. 9.) 

1831. Mary Hannah, b. 1831; m. Mr. Gammon ; d. 

June 29, 1864. 
Mrs. Hannah (Junkins) Cutts died 1832. 
Edward Cutts married (2) Hannah Thompson, 
Sept., 1835. 

1832. Sarah Frances, b. Nov. 7, 1839 ; m. Darius 

Riley, Jan. 8, 1868 ; d. Dec., 1891. 
Mrs. Hannah (Thompson) Cutts died Apr. 20, 1877. 

881 
Sarah Ann Cutts, daughter of William and Sarah 
(Cutts) Cutts, married Joseph P. Junkins, May 18, 
1831. 

1833. Daniel, b. Sept., 1832 ; d. 1835. 

1834. Sarah Cutts, b. Sept., 1832; d. Oct. 3, 1833. 

1835. Albert, b. ; d. in the war. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 159 

1836. Abby, b. ; m. Thos. Lovejoy ; d. Dec. 21, 

1890. 
1887. Howard, b. 1843; d. Mar. 4, 1844. 

1838. Anna, b. 1847; d. imm., Sept. 9, 1877. 
Mrs. Sarah A. (Ciitts) Junkins died July 2, 1853. 
Jos. P. Junkins married (2) Mary E. , who died 

Feb. 28, 1880. 

Jos. P. Junkins died Sept. 28, 1877. 

883 

Mary Cutts, daughter of William and Sarah (Cutts) 
Cutts, married Josej)h S. Chirk. 

1839. Maey. 

1840. Anna Thacher. 

1841. Edward. 

1842. Laetitia. 

883 
William Cutts, son of William Foxwell Cutts and 
Elizabeth Cutts, married Betsey Thornton (931), 
daughter of Thomas G. and Sarah (Cutts) Thornton, 
Oct 7, 1821. 

1843. Thornton Brown, b. Sept. 3, 1822; d. unm., 

Nov. 7, 1887. 

1844. Sarah Augusta, b. Oct. 8, 1831 ; d. Sept. 11, 

1840. 

1845. William Albert, b. Oct. 9, 1833; d. unm., 

Apr. 14, 1877. 
Lieutenant in War of 1812. 

884 
Elizabeth (Betsey) Cutts, daughter of Richard Fox- 
well and Elizabeth (Cutts) Cutts, married Tristram 
Hooper (Int. of marriage^ Julv 20, 1809), m. Sept. 17, 
1809. 



i6o CuTTS Genealogy. 

1846. Anne Elizabeth, b. June 5, 1811 ; m. Benja- 

min Dodge, July 9, 1831. 

1847. Sarah Louisa, b. Jan. 17, 1814 ; d. unra., Aug. 

21, 1871. 

1848. Richard Orlando, b. Mnr. 29, 1820; d. Aug. 

3, 1823. 
Tristram Hooper died Nov. 15, 1826, se. 46. 

885 
Mary Louisa Cutts, daughter of Richard Foxwell 
and Elizabeth (Cutts) Cutts, married William Frost, 
1819. 

1849. Sarah E., b. 

1850. Mary Louisa, b. ; 15 Joy st., Boston, Mass. 

1851. Caroline Elizabeth, b. ; 15 Joy street, 

Boston, Mass. 

1852. Benjamin Cutler, b. ; m. Lucy Dodge, 

Dec, 1859. 
Mrs. M. L. C. Frost died Oct. 12, 1884. 

888 
Marianne Cutts married Samuel Parks. 

1853. Elizabeth Cutts, b. ; 

1854. Annie, b. ; m. Rev. Dr. A. K. Potter. 

1855. Edward Cutts, b. ; d. unra., 1871. 

889 
Thomas Jefferson Cutts married Huldah Chad- 
bourne, Mar. 29, 1826. 

1856. Henry O., b. Dec. 26, 1826; m. Ann Johnson, 

Aug. 17, 1855. 

1857. Julia Augusta, b. Apr. 12, 1828. 

1858. Hannah Elizabeth, b. June 20, 1829; d. 

Nov. 21, 1833. 

1859. William Foxwell, b. Dec. 22, 1830; m. Mary 

A. Sanborn, Nov. 25, 1855. 



CuTTS Genealogy. i6i 

1860. Shuah Weymouth, b. July 27, 1882; d. July 

14, 1842. 

1861. Hannah E., b. May 4, 1834 ; d. July 19, 1836. 

1862. Levi Chadbourne, b. Nov. 14, 1835 ; d. July 

24, 1854. 

1863. Humphrey Chadbourne, b. Dec. 27, 1836; 

m. Helen M. Jenks, Nov. 5, 1866. 

1864. George Washington, b. July 6, 1839; m. 

Clara Moulton. 

1865. Thomas Jefferson, b. July 6, 1839 ; m. Lydia 

M. Jewett, 1862. 

1866. Charles Albert, b. Feb. 24, 1844 ; d. Nov. 25, 

1862. 
Mrs. H. C. Cutts died Sept. 11, 1857, £e. 55. 

890 

Caroline Cutts married James Webster Fryeburgh, 
Maine, Dec. 29, 1825. 

1867. William P^dward, b. June 10, 1827; m. Mar- 

tha McCardy, Sept. 21, 1864, s. p. 

1868. James Fox well, b. Jan. 22, 1832 ; m. Fanny 

L. Ward, Sept. 16, 1861; d. Apr. 8, 1889. 

1 869. Charles Dana Livingstone, b. Nov. 25, 1844 ; 

m. Bina Allard, Nov. 10, 1878. 
James Webster died July 20, 1857. 

891 

Foxwell Curtis Cutts married Lucy Jacobs, June 29, 
1836. 

1870. George, b. Apr. 9, 1837 ; New York city. 

1871. Sarah E., b. May 30, 1839; d. Oct. 4, 1840. 

1872. Augustus, b. Sept. 16, 1841 ; m. Emma Mc- 

Kean, Jan., 1875. 

1873. Foxwell Curtis, b. Jan. 13, 1844; single; 

druggist, Brooklyu, N. Y. 
21 



1 62 CuTTS Genealogy. 

1874. LoRiNG, b. Oct. 10, 1846; single. 

1875. Lucy Ann, b. Sept. 3, 1849; d. Dec. 18,1863. 

1876. Elizabeth, b. Apr. 12, 1851 ; d. unm., Oct. 10, 

1874. 

1877. Herbert, b. July 5, 1854; d. single. 

89S 

Richard Dominicus Cutts married Hannah Hobbs, 
1842. 

1878. Usher Ward, b. Apr. 10, 1843; m. Mary A. 

Ward, Aug. 15, 1872. 
Mrs. Hannah (Hobbs) Cutts died Dec, 1891, in 
Manchester, N. H. 

898 

Mary Joanna Cutts, daughter of Richard and Joanna 
(Raynes) Cutts, married William Went worth Cutts, 
Feb. 29, 1852. (See 992.) 

1879. Julia Elizabeth, b. Mar. 13, 1853; m. Thos. 

A. Goudie, Dec. 18, 1876. 

1880. Francis Champernowne, b. 1854; d. 1872. 

1881. Florence Eliza, b. Jan. 11, 1856. 

1882. Joseph Chester, b. 1862 ; m. Carrie Goodrich. 

1883. Edward O., b. 1867. 

1884. Mabel E., b. 1868. 



900 

Eastman Cutts, son of Richard and Joanna (Raynes) 
Cutts, married Louisa Eastman of York, Me., Nov. 26, 
1866. 

1885. Henry Eastman, b. Sept. 21, 1867. 

Capt. Eastman Cutts died of consumption, in Liver- 
pool, England. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 163 

901 

Richard Bartlett, sou of Capt. Daniel and Sarah 
(Cutts) Bartlett, married , and re- 
moved to Alabama — Loacha Poclia, Lee Co. 

1886 They had eleven children. No further record 
to is obtainable at this late day, beyond the 

1896 fact that the family lived and died there, 
except, perhaps, a few who may have re- 
moved elsewhere, 

903 

Dorcas Cutts Bartlett, daughter of Capt. Daniel and 
Sarah (Cutts) Bartlett, married Joseph Frost, Nov. 19, 
1811, son of Maj. Jos. and Mary Shapleigh Frost. 

1897. Sarah Cutts, b. Aug. 23, 1812; m. Isaiah 

Hanscom, Sept. 24, 1885; d. Jan. 24, 1865. 

1898. Maey Elizabeth, b. Apr. 1, 1814; m. Wm. 

L. Kennard, June 6, 1832 ; d. Jan. 14, 1879. 

1899. Jos. Wm., b. Feb. 23, 1816; m. Cornelia Nel- 

son, Jan. 16, 1850; d. Apr., 1862. 

1900. AvoLiNE Sewall, b. Sept. 12, 1818; m. Ed- 

ward H. Delano, July 20, 1858; d. Sept. 
12, 1875. 

1901. Dorcas Bartlett, b. Sept. 7, 1821 ; ra. Mark 

F. Goodwin, Dec. 4, 1845. 
1902.. John, b. Jan. 8, 1824 ; d. Sept. 2, 1828. 

1903. Geo. Bartlett, b. Dec. 31, 1825 ; d. unm., 

Apr. 12, 1851. 

1904. Hannah Shapleigh, b. Sept. 1, 1827; d. 

May 1, 1829. 
- Joseph Frost died Aug. 14, 1880, se. 89. 

904 

Daniel Bartlett married Mary Yeaton. 

1905. Henry Augustus, b. 1817; m. Johanna Grant. 



164 CuTTs Genealogy. 

1906. Eliza Anne, b. Sept., 1819 ; m. Benjamin 

Poole, Feb. 21, 1842. 

1907. Daniel, b. ; m. Sarah J. Kirkam. 

1908. Orlando, b. ; cl. y. 

1909. Mary Adelalde, b. ; m. Gershom Horne. 

1910. Lydia Sawyer, b. ; m. Levi S. Blake. 

1911. Sarah Cutts, b. ; m. Cyrus Wentworth. 

1912. Emlly, b. ; d. y. 

1913. George, b. ; d. y. 

905 

William Bartlett married Hannah Neale of Wells, 
Me. 

1914. Richard Cutts, b. Feb. 22, 1817 ; m. Hannah 

Low, Oct., 1847, s. p.; d. Mar. 3, 1892.^ 

1915. John Cutts, b. Jan. 31, 1819 ; m. Lucinda 

Pope, 1846, s. p. 

Mrs. Hannah (Neale) Bartlett drowned in or about 
1820, by the upsetting of a boat on the Piscataqua 
river, near the Narrows. 

Wm. Bartlett married (2) Mary Donnell of York, 
Me., 1826. 

1916. William Neale, b. Jan. 27, 1827 ; lost at sea 

in 1862. 

1917. Hannah Abigail, b. July 24, 1828; m. C. 

A. Mumler, Oct. 20, 1853; d. Dec. 4, 1867. 
1918 Mary Poole, b. Dec. 27, 1829; m. W. S. 
Yorke, Apr. 4, 1852. 

1919. Matilda Prentice, b. Jan. 24, 1831 ; m. Jas. 

H. Knowlton, 1853 ; d. June 6, 1883. 

1920. Benj. Franklin, b. Mar. 24, 1833 ; d. Oct. 2, 

1833. 
Wm. Bartlett married (3) Hepzibah Furbush. 

1921. Frances Anna, b. Dec. 7, 1840; m. Edward 

L. Foster, Sept. 25, 1866; d. Dec. 12, 1889. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 165 

1922. Alice Fukbush, b. June 12, 1844; m. E. P. 

Peck, June 3, 1868. 

1923. Caeoline Amelia, b. Sept. 24, 1846 ; m Jo- 

seph M. Foster, Apr. 6, 1869. 

Joseph Bartlett married Mary Poole, Oct. 25, 1830. 

1924. Mary Emily, b. Aug. 21, 1831; d. Oct. 19, 1833. 

1925. Romulus Poole, b. Feb. 26, 1835 ; d. Nov. 

18, 1854. 

1926. Joseph Hurd, b. Jan. 27, 1837; m. Rilla 

Lake, Dec. 15, 1861 ; d. July 14, 1877. 

1927. Mary Emily Poole, b. June 28, 1S39 ; d. 

Sept. 28, 1858. 

908 

Thomas Cutts Bartlett married Anne Donald, 1828. 

1928. Joseph, b. May 18, 1829; m. Emma Dunnell. 

1929. Nathaniel, b. Dec. 29, 1830 ; m. . 

1930. Dorcas, b. Apr. 13, 1832; d. Sept. 6, 1835. 

1931. George, b. Aug. 8, 1834; d. Jan. 29, 1835. 

1932. Spaulding, b. Sept. 30, 1836; d. Sept. 30, 1856. 

1933. Horace, b. Nov. 16, 1838 ; m. Maria Whitnejr. 

1934. Julia, b. Oct. 26, 1841 ; m. Mitchel der Shore; 

d. Nov. 15, 1874. 
Mrs. Anne (Donald) Bartlett died Aug. 27, 1882. 

909 

George Charles Bartlett married Hannah Elizabeth 
Elkins, daughter of James Elkins, and granddaughter 
of Jonathan Yeaton, of Dover, N. H. 

1935. Ellen Maria, b. May, 1842; d. 1850. 

1936. Mary Emma, b. June 14, 1844; m. Oren B. 

Hammond, Sept. 6, 1868. 



i66 CuTTS Genealogy. 

1937. George Charles, b. Oct. 4, 1846 ; d. Feb., 

1847. 

1938. Arianna, b. Oct. 10, 1850; d. 1859. 

1939. Charles Edwin, b, Oct. 13, 1853; m. Alvina 

Drew, Oct. 11, 1873. 

1940. Emilie Id alette, b. July 6, 1857; d. unm., 

Apr. 6, 1888. 
Mrs. Hannah E. E. Bartlett died Feb., 1858. 
George Charles Bartlett married Phoebe A. Bartlett, 
of North New Portland, Me., 1860, and died Mar., 1876. 
Mrs. Phoebe A. Bartlett died 1880. 

910 

Mary Joanna Bartlett married Daniel Pierce, Nov. 
29, 1831. 

1941. Ellen Maria, b. July 17, 1833; d. unm., Feb. 

25, 1851. 

1942. George Loring, b. Aug. 10, 1836 ; m. H. N. 

Noyes, Nov. 9, 1861. 

1943. Philena, b. Jan. 11, 1839; d. Apr. 1, 1840. 

1944. Marianna, b. Jan. 29, 1841 ; m. William 

P. Stewart, Oct. 29, 1862; d. Jan. 8, 1870. 

1945. Anna Elizabeth, b. Jan. 24, 1844; m. D. M. 

Shapleigh, Aug. 6, 1863. 
Daniel Pierce died Apr. 4, 1861, se. 52. 

914 

Sarah Elizabeth Scammon Cutts, daughter of Fox- 
well and Hannah Dustin (Paige) Cutts, married Albert 
G. Lane, Saco, Me., Nov. 8, 1834. 

1946. Mary Cutts, b. ; m. A. A. Conant, Dec. 

22, 1859. 

1947. Harriet B., b. 

1948. Albert Foxwell, b. ; d. in the war, Aug. 

31, 1862. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 167 

1949. Charles Cutts, b. 

1950. Frank D., b. ; lost at sea, 1867. 

9S0 

Julia Augusta Adelaide Cutts, daughter of Capt. 
Thomas and Mary (Cook) Cutts, married J. Q. A. 
Scaramon, June 25, 1845. 

1951. Ella Adelaide Augusta, b. Oct. 11, 1850; 

m Benjamin N. Goodale, Jan. 30, 1873. 

1952. Albert Quincy, b. Nov. 18, 1852. 

1953. Annie Leland, b. Mar. 30, 1860. 

1954. Walter Evans, b. Nov. 4, 1862. 

1955. Alice Cutts, b. Oct. 2, 1864; ra. Charles Riggs 

Parke, M. D., Oct. 26, 1888. 
Mrs. Julia A. A. C. Scammon died May 28, 1868. 

James Madison Cutts, son of Richard and Anna 
(Payne) Cutts, married Ellen Elizabeth O'Neale. 

1956. Rose Adele, b. Dec. 27, 1835 ; m. (1) Stephen 

A. Douglass; m. (2) Robert Williams, Jan., 
1866. 

1957. James Madison (Jr.), b. Oct. 20, 1837; m. 

Mary E. Wheeler, July 10, 1872. 
James Madison Cutts was second comptroller of the 
treasury under Buchanan until his death, May 11, 
1863. 

Thomas Cutts, son of Richard and Anna (Payne) 
Cutts, married Hannah H. Irvine, Dec, 1833. 

1958. Mary Estelle, b. Oct., 1834; m. Capt. Wil- 

liam Craig, U. S. A., s. p. 

1959. EuDORA Heron, b. Aug. 28, 1838; m. Seymour 

Burt, s. p.; d. 
Mrs. Hannah H. I. Cutts died 



i68 CuTTS Genealogy. 

Richard Dominicus Cutts, son of Richard and Anna 
(Payne) Cutts, married Martha Jefferson Hackley, 
daughter of Richard S. and Harriet (Randolph) Hack- 
ley, Dec. 16, 1845. 

1960. RiCHAED Malcolm, b. 1846; m. Emily V. Tur- 

ner, 1872; d. 1886. 

1961. Anna Gertrude, b. 1848; m. Moorfield Storey, 

1870. 

1962. Lucia Beverly, b. 1851.* 

1963. Harry Madison, b. 1858 ; m. Marion Belcher, 

Nov., 1891. 

9S8 
James Brown Thornton, sou of Thomas Gilbert and 
Sarah (Cutts) Thornton, married Eliza Gookin, Jan. 
20, 1817. 

1964. Jno. Wingate, b. Aug. 12, 1818 ; m. Eliza 

W. Bowles, May 81, 1848 ; d. June 6, 1878. 

1965. Sarah Cutts Gookin Storer, b. July 22, 1820 ; 

m. J. G. Chase, Apr., 1846 ; d. Mar. 10, 1847. 

1966. Daniel Gookin, b. Sei3t. 20, 1822 ; d. 1822. 

1967. Thos. Gilbert, b. Aug. 25, 1823; Bowdoin 

Coll., 1844; d. unm., Nov. 4, 1868 

1968. Jas. Brown (Jr. [Rev.]), b. July 6, 1825; m. 

K. M. Stoughton, Dec. 19, 1851 ; d. Nov. 9, 
1888. 

1969. Albert Gallatin, b. Dec. 25, 1827. 

1970. Chas. Cutts Gookin, b. May 11, 1830; m. 

Anna B. Calef, Nov. 27, 1851. 

1971. Henry, b. Aug. 8, 1832 ; d. unm, Feb. 22, 

1859. 

1972. Eliz\ Gookin, b. June 9, 1835 ; m. M. Libby, 

Dec. 24, 1859 ; d. July 24, 1877. 

* Author of " Life and Letters of Dolly Madison." 



CuTTS Genealogy. 169 

1973. Frances Ann Shepley, b. Aug. 1, 1837 ; 

m. Geo. F. Calef, June 13, 1866. 

1974. Frank, b. ; d. y. 

Jas. Brown Thornton (Sr.) died Oak Hill, Scarboro, 
Me., Feb. 13, 1873. 

Sarah Cutts Thornton married Moses Emery, Nov. 
7, 1823. 

1975. Thornton Cutts, b. Nov. 16, 1824; m. Abby 

L. Bailey, Jan. 1, 1849. 

1976. Anna Payne, b. Feb. 25, 1827; d. June 11, 

1842. 

1977. Chas. Carroll, b. May 31, 1830; m. Anna 

Caldwell, Sept. 9, 1857. 

1978. Sydney Hampden, b. Sept. 27, 1832 ; d. Sept. 

13, 1833. 

1979. Sarah Gtennett, b. Sept. 6, 1834; d. Nov. 8, 

1835. 

1980. Moses (Jr.), b. Sept. 15, 1837 ; d. Sept. 4, 1838. 

1981. Geo. Addison, b. Nov. 14, 1839 ; Bowdoin 

College, 1863 ; adm. to bar, 1866 ; 1st Judge 
Municipal Court of Saco, 1867-1871 ; Ke- 
corder, in 1871, for four years ; Acting Judge 
from Apr., 1873, to Mar., 1874 ; reappointed 
Kecorder, 1878. 
Moses Emery died May 12, 1881, se. 86 years, 9 
mos., 27 days, Saco, Me. 

933 

Anna Payne Thornton, daughter of Thos, Gilbert and 
Sarah (Cutts) Thornton, married Governor John Fair- 
field, Sept. 5, 1825. 

1982. Walter Browne, b. July 14, 1827 ; d. Apr. 

27, 1842. 
22 



170 CuTTS Genealogy. 

1983. Geoege Albert, b. Mar. 1, 1829 ; m. Harriette 

Mchols, 1848. 

1984. Sarah Thornton, b. Nov. 21, 1831 ; m. B. F. 

Hamilton. 

1985. CAROLmE Augusta, b. Jan. 8, 1834 ; d. unm., 

Sept. 30, 1869. 

1986. Hampden, b. Dec. 8, 1835; Bowdoin College, 

1857; adm. to bar, 1860; m. Ellen Kezar 
Perkins, 1860. 

1987. Martha, b. May 9, 1839. 

1988. Lucy Wildes, b. Feb. 14, 1841 ; m. E. F. 

Dodge. 

1989. John Walter, b. May 5, 1843. 

1990. Anna Payne, b. Jan. 10, 1846 ; m. C. M. 

Perkins. 
John Fairfield died Dec. 24, 1847, se. 68. 

940 

Mary Elizabeth Nye, daughter of Major Samuel and 
Eunice (Cutts) Nye, manied James Snow, July 9, 
1826. 

1991. Cecilia Augusta, b. June 19, 1827 ; m. Geo. 

H. Williams, Sept. 30, 1851. 

1992. Edward Heney, b. Mar. 7, 1832 ; m. Char 

lotte E. Wood, Oct. 30, 1860; Plainview, 

Minnesota. 
When Gen. Lafayette visited this country, in 1824, 
Mrs. Snow had the pleasure of dancing with him at a 
ball given in his honor by Hon. Thos. G. Thornton. 

950 

Sarah (Sally) Sayward Barrell, daughter of Nathaniel 
and Sarah (Sayward) Barrell, married Richard Keating 
(pub. Nov. 5), Nov. 23, 1778. 




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CuTTS Genealogy. 171 

1993. Elizabeth Walker, b. Nov. 7, 1779; m. 

Wm. Frost, M. D., Mar. 28, 1805 ; d. May 
23,1811. 

1994. Sarah Sayward Barrell, b. 1781; m. Wm 

T. Vaughan, Sept. 7, 1807. (See 678.) 

1995. Richard, b. Nov., 1783 ; m. Miranda Emerson ; 

d. 1833. 
Richard Keating died July, 1783, se. 24. 
Mrs. S. S. B. Keating married Gen'l Abiel Wood, 
1804, who died in 1811. 

Ruth Barrell, daughter of Nathaniel and Sarah (Say- 
vrard) Barrell, married Moses Sewall, Feb. 7, 1780, 

1996. Sophia, b. Oct. 29, 1780; m. Edmund Mun- 

roe, Aug. 31, 1815. 

1997. Benjamin, b. ; m. Louisa Bowman. 

1998. Charlotte, b. ; m. Mr. Wright. 

1999. Elizabeth, b. ; m. Mr. Norris. 

2000. Moses, b. ; m. Louisa Lentner. 

2001. Mary, b. ; m. Silas Payson. 

Mrs. Ruth (Barrell) Sewall married (2) Mr. Arnold. 

2002. Nathaniel Barrell, b. ; d. 

2003. Henry, b. ; d. 

954 

Olive Barrell, daughter of Nathaniel and Sarah (Say- 
ward) Barrell, married Dr. Samuel Emerson, Aug. 15, 
1791. 

2004. Samuel, b. ; m. 

2005. Joseph Barrell, b. ; m. Miss Storer ; d. 

west. 

2006. George Barrell, b. 1800; m. Olivia Buck- 

minster; d. 1884. 

2007. William, b. ; m. Miss . 



172 CuTTS Genealogy. 

2008. Olivia, b. ; m. Shepherd H. Norris. 

2009. Ralph, b. ; m. ; d. California. 

2010. Sally, b. ; m. (1) Edward Watts; (2) 

George Heaton, M. D. 

955 

Maria Barrell, daughter of Nathaniel and Sarah 
(Say ward) Barrell, married Joseph Moody, Oct. 14, 
1 792, son of Joseph and Eliza (Moore) Moody. 

2011. Eliza Mottey, b. Nov. 20, 1793; m. Wm. 

Vaughan ; d. Oct. 5, 1870. 

2012. Joseph Green, b. Nov. 3, 1797; m. Eliza- 

beth C. Currier, Nov. 27, 1826; d. June, 
1881. 

2013. Geo. Bareell, b. July 17, 1802 ; m. Mary 

Barker, July 5, 1856. 

2014. Theodore Lyman, b. June 30, 1804 ; m. Adele 

Heller, Sept., 1838; d. Feb. 15, 1879. 
Joseph Moody died at Kennebunk, Me., on July 
20, 1839. 

956 

Jonathan Sayward Barrell married Mary Plummer, 
Feb. 5, 1795. 

2015. Nathanlel, b. Nov. 30, 1795; d. unm., July 

28, 1853. 

2016. Jon. Sayward, b. Sept. 10, 1797; m. Julia 

Manet, Oct. 28, 1845; d. Aug. 28, 1866. 

2017. Elizabeth, b. Aug. 26, 1799 ; d. unm., Nov. 

2, 1883. 

2018. George, b. Sept. 29, 1801 ; d. unm., Aug., 

1861. 

2019. MARY,b. Aug. 2, 1803 ; d. unm., June 6, 1889. 

2020. Oliver Keating, b. Feb. 15, 1806; d. unm., 

Apr. 10, 1860. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 173 

2021. Joseph, b. Apr. 16, 1808; d. unm., July 

1, 1862. 

2022. OcTAvius, b. Nov. 12, 1810; d. unm., Sept. 

13, 1839. 
Mrs. Mary (Plummer) Barrell died Dec. 8, 1814. 
Jon. Sayward Barrell married (2) Anna Plummer, 
Oct. 6, 1816, who died July 16, 1826, s. p. 

957 

Hannah Barrell married David Sewall, Sept. 7, 1793. 

2023. David, b. ; d. unm. 

2024. Mary, b. ; d. unm. 

2025. George, b. ; d. unm. 

2026. KuFUS, b. ; m. Frances Farrell, 1828. 

2027. Edward, b. ; d. unm. 

2028. John, b. ; d. unm. 

2029. Charles, b. ; m. Mildred Gilmer. 

2030. Maria, b. ; d. unm. 

2031. Charlotte, b. ; m. Ben. C. Eastman (M. 

C. 1841). 

958 

John Barrell married Abigail Kingsbury, January 
1, 1807. 

2032. Wm., b. Nov. 1, 1807 ; d. unm., Jan. 29, 1849. 

2033. Sarah, b. Aug. 18, 1809 ; d. Aug. 30, 1812. 

2034. John, b. July 28, 1812; d. at sea, Oct., 1833. 

2035. Benj., b. Aug. 8, 1814; d. Aug. 20, 1839. 
John Barrell married (2) Theodosia Lyman, March 

14, 1816. 

2036. Charles Colburn, b. Jan. 12, 1817 ; m. 

(1) Sarah J. Cutts, Jan. 1, 1845 ; (2) M. J. 
Odlin, Feb. 3, 1859. (See 873.) 

2037. Sarah Abby, b. Jan. 14, 1S19 ; d. unm., Nov. 

5, 1843. 



174 CuTTS Genealogy. 

959 

Charlotte Barrell married Nathaniel Cheever, Sept. 
16, 1804. 

2038. Nath'l, b. July 16, 1805; d. Dec. 6, 1815. 

2039. Geo. Barrell, b. Apr. 17, 1807; m. Eliza- 

beth Wetmore, Nov. 21, 1845; d. Aug., 
1890. 

2040. Sarah, b. Mar. 31, 1809; d. Apr. 16, 1811. 

2041. Elizabeth Bancroft, b. Jan. 29, 1812; m. 

Ichabod Washburne, Oct. 13, 1858. 

2042. Henry Theodore, b. Feb. 6,1814; m. Jane 

Tyler, Apr. 27, 1857. 

2043. Nathaniel, b. Mar. 29, 1816; d. Oct. 23, 

1844. 

2044. Chaeloti^e, b. May 6, 1818; d. Apr. 12, 

1820. 

961 

Elizabeth Donnell Cutts, daughter of Thos. Donnell 
and Joanna (Staples) Cutts, married Capt. David Wil- 
cox, Oct. 26, 1806. 

2045. Chas. Cutts, b. Mar. 4, 1808; m. (1) Eliza- 

beth Leonard, 1832; (2) Augusta Peebles, 
1839; (3) Alma A. Chellis, 1854; d. Dec. 
27, 1885. 

2046. Mary Elizabeth, b. ; d. unm., Nov. 5, 

1837. 

2047. Albert H., b. ; d. unm., Oct. 20, 1837- 

2048. Alzira a., b. 1816; d. unm., Nov. 17, 1869. 

2049. Geo. Washington, b. 1819; m. Miss Butman, 

Nov. 13, 1846 ; d. Dec. 24, 1866. 

2050. Louisa Caroline, b. 1826 ; m. Capt. Wm. E. 

Putnam, Nov. 13, 1846. 
Capt. David Wilcox died Nov. 5, 1856, se. 77. 
Mrs. E. D. (Cutts) Wilcox died April 21, 1848. 




ELIZABETH DONNELL (CUTTS) WILCOX. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 175 

Caroline Cutts, daughter of Thos. Donnell and Jo- 
anna (Staples) Cutts, married James B. Chick, Frank- 
fort, Me., June, 1824. 

2051. Caroline Elizabeth, b. Oct. 3, 1825; m. 

Jas. C. Moore, Feb., 1856; d. Feb. 19, 
1890. 

2052. Augustus Cutts, b. June 3, 1827 ; m. (4 

children). 

2053. Maria Louise, b. Aug., 1829 ; m. Mr. Willard, 

1854. 

2054. Albert Wilcox, b. Mar., 1831; d. unm., in 

Cal., 1854. 

2055. Marcia Rice, b. Apr., 1833; m. (1) Chas. 

B. Holmes, 1866; (2) Mr. Lumbart, 1870. 

2056. James Edwin, b. , 1835 ; d. in infancy. 

2057. Frederick Jas., b. Feb., 1837 ; m. EUie 

Fouche (2 children) ; d. Aug., 1891 

969 

Hiram Cutts, son of Thos. D. and Joanna (Staples) 
Cutts, married Eunice Brown, daughter of Thos. and 
Eunice (Fernald) Brown, Dec. 2, 18 19. 

2058. Joseph Brown, b. Oct. 9, 1820; m. Anna S. 

Thacher, Nov. 1, 1853. 

2059. Hiram (Jr.), b. May 5, 1824; m. Frances 

Burt, Apr. 21, 1849. 

2060. Alzira, b. June 5, 1825 ; m. Virgil Webster, 

Nov. 16, 1848. 

2061. Thos. Brown, b. Apr. 11, l>s27 ; m. Phoebe 

Wilbur, Apr. 11, 1854, s. p. 

2062. Emily Augusta, b. Dec. 14, 1830; m.Rev. Mr. 

Hotchkiss, 1850. 

2063. Mary Elizabeth, b. Apr. 5, 1835 ; m. Jno. D. 

Campbell, Dec. 22, 1859. 



176 CuTTS Genealogy. 

2064. Marcia Anna, b. Nov. 13, 1838 ; m. iVmos F. 

More, Oct. 6, 1856. 

2065. George, b. 1840 ; m. Mary E. Thorp, Jan. 1, 

1873. 
Hiram Ciitts died in April, 1850. 

970 

Theodore Cutts, son of William and Sarah (Kent) 
Cutts, married Martha Eaton, Sept. 22, 1833, daughter 
of Dan. and Margaret (Bulmei') Eaton. 

2066. Sarah Frances, b. Feb. 14, 1835; m. Dr. 

Wm. T. Black, Dec. 9, 1857, s. p. 

2067. Josephine, b. Jan. 28, 1839 ; d. unm., Sept. 

II, 1850. 
Theo. Cutts is a merchant in Eastpoi't, Me. 

974 

Asa Cutts, son of John and Abigail (Johnson) 
Cutts, married Mary Pierson of Newburyport, Mass. 

2068. Elizabeth, b. ; m. Wm. Pierson ; d. Jan. 

17, 1839. 

2069. John Scott, b. Apr., 1812 ; m. Martha March; 

d. 1852. 

2070. Mary, b. ; d. y. 

2071. Charles, b. ; m. 

975 

Joseph Cutts, son of John and Abigail (Johnson) 
Cutts, married Hannah Jacobs, Feb., 182 'i. 

2072. Abigail Ann, b. Oct. 24, 1822; m. Caleb 

Emery, 1843; d. Mar. 23, 1888. 

2073. Washington, b. May 2, 1824 ; d. unm., 1884. 

2074. Mary Jane, b. Nov. 23, 1825 ; m. Isaac Flint. 

2075. Paulina, b. Aug. 23, 1827; m. Samuel B. 

Ham, s. p.; d. Apr. 4, 1890. 

2076. Miranda, b. June 4, 1829 ; m. Jos. Kennison. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 177 

2077. Hannah Maria, b. June 8, 1831 ; d. y. 

2078. Jos. Holt, b. June 23, 1832 ; m. Violetta Otis; 

d. May, 1880. 

2079. Franklin Chase, b. June 5, 1834. 

Mrs. Hannah (Jacobs) Cutts died Nov., 1881, se. 88, 
in Eliot, Me. 

977 

Oliver Clark, son of Samuel and Lydia (Cutts) 
Clark, married Paulina H. Frye, who died Sept. 29, 
1872. 

2080. Edwin, b. ; m. Huldah Gretcliell. 

2081. Elbridge, b. ; m. Maria Bartlett. 

2082. Ann Augusta, b. 1828 ; m. Geo. E. Stearns, 

s. p.; d. Apr. 14, 1885. 

2083. Samuel, b. 1830; m. Ellen Shapleigh; d. 

Aug. 14, 1887. 

2084. John, b. 1833 ; m. Jennie Dowd, s. p.; d. Apr. 

14, 1889. 

2085. Albert, b. 1835; d. Dec. 2, 1871. 

2086. Emily Elizabeth, b. ; m. Wm, Oliver 

Jones, s. p. 

978 

Nathaniel Clark married Charlotte Ham of Dover, 
N. H. 

2087. Mary, b. 

2088. Martha, b. 

2089. Charles, b. ; d. unm. 

979 

Robert Clark married . 

2090. AsAHEL, b. 

2091. Otis, b. 

2092. Emily, b. 

23 



178 CuTTS Genealogy. 

984 

Olive (Cutts) Clarke, daugLter of Theodore Atkin- 
son cand Mary A. (Furnald) Cutts, married (2) Moses 
Hatch. 

2093. Mary, b. Apr. 23, 1842. 

2094. Theodore Atkinson, b. Nov. 8, 1845; d. 

unm., Sept. 2, 1866. 

2095. Oliver Cutts, b. Aug. 5, 1846 ; m. Emma 

Manning, June 9, 1874. 

2096. Moses (Jr.), b. 1848; d. unm., May 11, 1868. 
Moses Hatch (Sr.) died May 7, 1881, se. 66. 

986 

Oliver Clarke, son of John and Mary (Cutts) Clarke, 
married Olive Cutts, daughter of Tlieo. A. and Mary 
A. (Furnald) Cutts. He died shortly after, and she 
married (2) Moses Hatch, as above. 

987 

Sophia Clarke married Mr. Currier. 

2097. LuoY, b. ; m. Francis Clarke. 

990 

Elizabeth Clarke married Nath'l Clarke. 

2098. Francis, b. ; m. Lucy Currier. 

993 

Oliver Cutts, son of William and Hannah (Grouard) 
Cutts, married Elizabeth Smith, Oct. 30, 1828. 

2099. William Wentworth, b. Mar. 4, 1829 ; m. -^^ 

Mary J. Cutts, Feb. 29, 1852 (see 848) ;' ' 
d. Mar. 4, 1870. 

2100. Elizabeth A., b. Oct. 15, 1831. 

2101. Jno. Howard, b. June 23, 1834; m. Mary 

Buzzell; d Nov. 12, 1863. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 179 

2102. Geo. Smith, b. June 29, 1836 ; m. (1) Amelia 

S. Jimkins, s. p., July 80, 1868, who d. Sept. 
30, 1868 ; m. (2) Susan Parsons, s. p., Feb. 
4, 1875. 

2103. Ellen Harriet, b. Sept. 20, 1838; d. unm., 

Sept. 17, 1862. 

2104. Oliver (Jr.), b. ; d. y. 

2105. Caroline, b. ; d. y. 

2106. Frances, b. ; d. y. 

Mrs. Elizabeth (Smith) Cutts died Nov. 19, 1846. 
Oliver Cutts married (2) Temperance Walker, 1863, 
who died s. p., Apr. 12, 1869. 

993 

Hannah Cutts, daughter of William and Hannah 
(Grouard) Cutts, married John Brown, Jan. 16, 1838. 

2107. Harriet C, b. 1838; d. unm.. Mar. 13, 1860. 

2108. Mary, b. Aug., 1840; d. Sept. 24, 1840. 

2109. Sarah E., b. Sept., 1842; d. Oct. 14, 1843. 

2110. Antoinette, b. ; m. Mr. Montague. 

995 

Augusta Cutts married Mr. Herbert Thomas. 

2111. Alma, b. 

2112. Adelaide, b. ; d. y. 

2113. Wm. Howard, b. ; d. unm. 

2114. Emily, b. ; m. Mr. Jenkins. 

2115. Herbert, b. ; m. 

996 

Julia Cutts married Mr. Wm. Mills. 

2116. James, b. ; m. Jennie Wilson, s. p. 

2117. Harriet, b. ; m. Mr. Knox; d. 

2118. Mary, b. ; m. Mr. Sanborn. 

2119. Sarah, b. ; unm. 



i8o CuTTS Genealogy. 

997 

Wentworth Cutts, son of Thomas and Eunice 
(Cutts) Cutts, married Ann Mary Curtis. 

2120. Thomas, b. 

2121. Eunice Wentworth, b. May 12, 1841; m, 

Mr. De Navarro; d. Dec. 18, 1890. 

998 

Wm. Cutts Furnald, son of Mark and Margery 
Pepperrell (Cutts) Furnald, married Jane Tibbetts, 
Oct. 1, 1835. 

2122. Martha L, b. ; d. y. 

2123. Wm., b. ; d. y. 

2124. Geo. A., b. ; d. y. 

2125. Edwin, b. July 6, 1850; m. Josephine Butler, 

1872. 

2126. Wm. Furnald, b. May 21, 1854; m. Fannie 

Terham, 1876. 

1000 

Hiram Furnald married Amelia Maria Cliilds, 1836. 

2127. Ellen Maria, b. 1838. 

2128. Hiram W., b. 1848; d. y. 

2129. Alice, b. 1855 ; m. Walter Damon, 1878. 

2130. Emma, b. 1857. 

1001 

Samuel Furnald married Lavinia Wherren, 1835. 

2131. Chas. Wherren, b. Mar. 1 1, 1836 ; m. (1) Mary 

A. Kemick; (2) Eliza Rand; d. Oct., 1885. 

2132. Harriet A., b. Dec. 27, 1839; m. Chas. T. 

Burnham. 

2133. Julia A., b. June 2, 1842 ; m. John Shapleigh. 

2134. Wilbur F., b. May 26, 1844; m. Mary 

Thompson, d. Oct., 1885. 



CuTTS Genealogy. i8i 

1003 

Elizabeth Furnald mariied Elisha Hammond. 
2185. Oken Bent, b. 1845; m. Mary E. Bartlett, 

Sept. 6, 1866. (See 909.) 
Mrs. E. F. Hammond married (2) John R. Hans- 
corn, 1853. 

1003 

Robert Cutts Furnald married Caroline Nowell. 

2136. Maetha Caeoline, b. 1845 ; d. y. 

2137. Maetha M., b. ; m. Geo. Pritchard. 
Robert Cutts Furnald married (2) Eunice Lord. 

2138. HoEACE, b. ; m. Belle ; d. 1848. 

2139. Maey O., b. ; m. Rev. Schuyler Farn- 

ham; d. 1853. 
Robert Cutts Furnald married (3) Anne Pray. 

2140. Anne R., b. ; d. y. 

2141. RoBEET Peay, b. ; m. Jennie W. Hil- 

dreth; d. 1863. 

1004 

Mark Furnald (Jr.) married Julia A. Hanson, 1842. 

2142. Geoege T., b. 1843; m. Sarah F. Berry 1868. 

2143. Claea, b. 

2144. Julia A., b. 1850 ; m. Freeland Doe, 1869. 

2145. Ella, b. 1855; m. Jas. McAdams, 1887. 

1005 

John Furnald married Mary A. Paul, 1846. 

2146. Lauea a., b. June 25, 1847; m. Ansel Dur- 

gin, 1871. 

2147. Geo. H., b. July 7, 1851 ; m. Ida E. Paul. 

2148. Emma, b. Aug. 2, 1853; m. Daniel Brooks. 

2149. Ida M.,b. Oct. 10, 1855; m. Elbridge Brooks. 

2150. CoEA G., b. Aug. 2, 1857 ; m. Herbert Sterling. 



1 82 CuTTS Genealogy. 

1000 

Mary Furnald married Moses Hammond, July 23, 
1854. 

2151. Mary O., b. 1856. 

1007 

Margery Pepperrell Cutts Furnald married Wm. A. 
Furnald, 1850. 

2152. Mary Clara Helen, b. 1851; m. Wm. N. 

Sanborn, 1873. 

2153. Wm. Linwood, b. Feb. 1, 1859 ; m. Lillian A. 

Brooks, 1886. 

2154. Walter Elmore (M. D.), b. Feb. 1, 1859 ; m. 

Kate N. Nolan, 1887. 

1008 

Joseph Gunnison, son of Samuel and Dorcas (Cutts) 
Gunnison, married Tabitlia Wells, 1802. 

2155. Polly, b. 1803; m. Dan'l S. Currier. 

2156. Harriet, b. 1804 ; m. Joel S. Dame. 

2157. Samuel, b. 1807; m. Olive Smith. 

2158. Alvin, b. 1809. 

2159. Orrin, b. 1811; m. Julia Smith. 

2160. Elzira, b. 1813 ; m. Marvin Smith. 

2161. Isaac Chaunoy, b. 1817. 

2162. Sarah, b. 1819; m. Mr. Wiggins. 

2163. Hannah Wells, b. 1822; m. A. P. Hutchin- 

son. 

2164. Robert Cutts, b. 1824 ; m. L. A. White, 

s. p. 

2165. Susan Wells, b. 1827 ; m. Jas. Hoyt, July 

29, 1850. 

2166. Jos. Cutts, b. 1829. 



CuTTs Genealogy. 183 

1009 

Samuel Gunnison (Jr.), son of Samuel and Dorcas 
(Cutts) Gunnison, married Eliza Williams, September 
4, ls09. 

2167. SoPHiEA Williams, b. 1810; m. Wm. Peaslee, 

June 1, 1831. 

2168. Jno. Williams, b. 1812 ; killed by the In- 

dians. 

2169. William (1), b. 1816; d, y. 

2170. William (2), b. 1817. 

2171. Alice Maria, b. 1818; m. Silas Booth, 

1842. 

2172. Mary E., b. 1820 ; m. Joshua W. Booth. 

2173. Jos. Andrew, b. 1822 ; went to California 

2174. Lois Minerva, b. 1823 ; m. B. F. Sawyer. 

2175. Alma Jane, b. 1826; m. S. B. Cofran. 

2176. Albert Richardson, b. 1830 ; went to Cali- 

fornia. 

101!^ 

Alice Gunnison, dauo-hter of Samuel and Dorcas 

(Cutts) Gunnison, married John Straw, June 3, 
1819. 

2177. Oliver, b. 1820 ; d. 1828. 

2178. Samuel, b. ; m. Miss Smith. 

2179. Dorcas, b. ; m. Mr. Trow. 

2180. Fidelia, b. ; d. 

2181. John, b. ; d. 

1013 

William Gunnison married Laura Willey. 

2182. Marcus Aurelius, b. 1820; m. Lucy Day, 

1844. 

2183. Geo. Willey, b. 1822 ; d. 1828. 



i84 CuTTS Genealogy. 

1014 

Oliver Gunnison marned Susan Willey, Oct. 21, 1822. 

2184. Oliver Willey, b. 1823 ; ra. Ellen Van 

Schuyver, Dec. 23, 1856. 

2185. Henry Willey, b. 1826; m. Esther L. Smith, 

Oct. 14, 1851. 

2186. Eunice Alice, b. 1829; m. D. Howard. 

2187. Austin, b. 1833 ; m. M. S. Sheppard, Oct. 27, 

1857. 

2188. Alice Adaline, b. 1837 ; d. 1838. 

2189. Mary Adelaide, b. 1842; d. 1852. 

1016 

Horace Cutts, son of William and Betsey (Kerswell) 
Cutts, married Mary Carr. 

2190. Eliza, b. ; m. Daniel Savory. 

1017 

Alva Cutts married Lucy Piper. 

2191. Martha, b. ; d. at 20 years of age. 

1019 

William Cutts (Jr.) married Olive Dame, daughter of 
Hatevil Dame. 

2192. Belinda, b. ; m. Ebenezer Adams. 

2193. Center L., b. ; m. Juliana Hurd, 

10S3 

Sarah Cutts, daughter of Thomas and Lucy CBascom) 
Cutts, married Asa Fletcher of (Concord, N. H. They 
lived many years in Orwell, Vt., and then both re- 
moved to Spencerville, Lid., June 12, 1846, where they 
both died, leaving no children. 

Asa Fletcher died in 1883, fourteen years after the 
death of his wife. 



CuTTs Genealogy. 185 

1034 

Lorraine Cufets, son of Thomas and Lucy (Bascom) 
Cutts, married Emeline Murray, daughter of Jonathan 
and Roselinda (Bascom) Murray, January 24, 1832. 

2194. Harriet Emeline, b. Dec. 28, 1832; m. Rev. 

W. K Bacon, July 26, 1855. 

2195. Chas. Elbert, b. Aug. 2, 1835; m. Betsey 

Larson, Apr. 17, 1859. 

2196. Alice Lucretia, b. Oct. 7, 1840; d. unm., 

May 27, 1859. 

2197. RoLLiN Edward, b. Aug. 13, 1844; m. Sarah 

Ann Cutts, Oct. 11, 1866. 

10S5 

Edward Cutts, son of Thomas and Lucy (Bascom) 
Cutts, married Eliza Messer, 1821. 

2198. Sarah Elvira, b. Dec. 10, 1822 (teacher) ; 

d. unm., Mar. 24, 1886. 

2199. Moses Messer, b. Aug. 14, 1824; m. Ann E. 

Kellogg, July 31,1849, s. p. ; d. Dec. 23, 1861. 

2200. Euretta R., b. Dec. 21, 1826; m. Edson S. 

Higgins, June 13, 1849. 

2201. Abigail L., b. Dec. 4, 1828; m. Mason L 

Fisher, Mar. 30, 1852. 

2202. Thos. Messer, b. Dec. 14, 1830 ; m. Harriet 

E. Bigelow, Dec. 4, 1855. 

2203. Marsena Edgar, b. May 22, 1833 ; m. Helen 

Frick, June, 1857; d. Sept., 1883. 

2204. Samuel K., b'. Mar. 25, 1835 ; m. Mary Smith, 

1861 ; d. Aug., 1863. 

2205. Mary Eliza, b. Apr. 12, 1837 ; m. Wm. R. 

Lewis, Sept. 12, 1865. 

2206. Emma Eurelia, b. May 2, 1841 ; m. Milton 

Churchill, Sept., 1861; d. Feb., 1863. 
Edward Cutts died in Oskaloosa, Iowa, 1875. 
24 



1 86 CuTTS Genealogy. 

1026 

Thomas Cutts (Jr.), son of Thomas and Lucy (Bas- 
com) Cutts, married Fannie Kingsley, Nov. 30, 1826. 

2207. Edward Jason, b. June 2, 1831 ; d. Mar. 12, 

1832. 

2208. Eliza Ann, b. Apr. 30, 1833 ; m. Kev. Fred- 

erick Widmer, Aug. 9, 1859. 

2209. HENRr Thos., b. Oct. 6, 1836 ; m. Cornelia A. 

Wilcox, Oct. 29, 1862. 

2210. Martha Caroline, b. Feb. 28, 1840. 

1037 

Lucy Cutts married Isaac Fisher, June 12, 1846. 

2211. , b. Aug., 1847; d. Aug., 1847. 

Isaac Fisher died in Orwell, Vt., Aug. 16, 1865, 
se. 67. 

1038 

Daniel Buell Cutts married Lucy Kussell Smith, 
Mar. 14, 1827. 

2212. Mary Dianthus, b. Feb. 25, 1828 ; m. Shel- 

don M. Streeter, Jan. 19, 1848; d. July 3, 
1857. 

2213. Ira Smith, b. Oct. 22, 1829 ; m. (1) Mary L. 

Eussell, June 11, 1856; (2) Delia Kussell, 
1874. 

2214. Henry, b. May 4, 1835; d. Apr. 6, 1842. 

2215. Sarah Ann, b. Apr. 13, 1838; m. R E. 

Cutts, 1866; d. June 10, 1873. 

2216. Koswell Bottom, b. Oct. 3, 1840; m. Celia 

Yale, 1864. 

2217. Emily Jane, b. Apr. 18, 1842; m. Orlando 

S. Earl, Oct. 11, 1865. 

2218. Henry Daniel, b. Apr. 23, 1845 ; d. unm., 

Oct. 18, 1865. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 187 

2219. Fat^ny Maria, b. Apr. 29, 1847; d. unm., 

Dec. 29, 1861. 
Mrs. Lucy R. S. Cutts died Aug. 24, 1864. 
Daniel B. Cutts married (2) Mrs. Eliza A. Fisher, 
Apr. 5, 18T1, Windham, Ohio. 

lOSl 

Fidelia Cutts married Silas Beeclier, Apr. 1, 1834. 

2220. Sarah Elizabeth, b. Sept. 20, 1836 ; m. Jas. 

Goodman, Mar. 28, 1860. 

2221. Jas. Judson, b. Apr. 28, 1839 ; unm., No. Gran- 

ville, N. Y. 

2222. Mary Louise, b. Aug. 1, 1843 ; m. Morvalden 

Brayton, Jan. 3, 1872. 

2223. Laura Amelia, b. Sept. 1, 1845 ; m. Myron 

W. Woodruff, Dec. 26, 1874. 

2224. Martha Caroline, b. Oct. 31, 1849 ; m. Prof. 

Chas. J. Majory, Dec. 26, 1874, s. p. 
Silas Beeclier died in No. Granville, N. Y., Feb. 16, 
1887. 

103S 

Mary Melissa Cutts married Salmon Persons, Oct. 
8, 1840. 

2225. Lucy Cutts, b. Nov. 10, 1841. 

2226. Newton Salmon, b. July 8, 1843 ; m. Phoebe 

A. Grill, Sept. 19, 1878. 
2227. , b. 1845; d. July 8, 1845. 

2228. Clarence E., b. Feb. 27, 1847 ; (M. D.) ; m. 

Addie Gary, Nov. 27, 1878. 

2229. Orville E., b. Aug. 13, 1849; m. Ella L. 

Weeks, Mar. 20, 1875. 

2230. Emma A., b. June 23, 1851 ; m. Chas. C. Wag- 

ner, Aug. 28, 1873. 

2231. Mary E., b. July 4, 1856 ; m. Albert Dresser. 
Salmon Persons died Oct. 26, 1880. 



i88 CuTTS Genealogy. 

1033 

William Cutts married Margaret Gourley. 

2232. Robert Wm., b. ; Grand Forks, Dak. 

1034 

Linus Aurelian Cutts married Annali E. Smith, June 
26, 1844. 

2233. Julia E., b. Dec. 29, 1849. 

2234. Lucy P., b. Sept. 17, 1855; d. Jan. 11, 1863. 
Mrs. A. E. (Smith) Cutts died Oct., 1891, North- 
field, Minn. 

1035 

Eunice Caroline Cutts married Philetus A. Swift, 
Aug. 12, 1849. 

2235. Clarence F., b. Oct. 11, 1850; (M. D.) Har- 

lan, lud. 

2236. Amy E., b. May 2, 1852. 

2237. Sarah A., b. Dec. 10, 1855. 

2238. Mary M., b. Nov. 8, 1857. 

2239. Rollin Edward, b. Feb. 17, 1860. 

2240. Everett A., b. Nov. 7, 1863. 
Philetus A. Swift died Dec. 15, 1880. 

1037 

John Cutts, son of Charles and Abigail (Hurd) 
Cutts, married Hannah Rand. 

2241. Temperance, b. Oct. 4, 1816; m. Wm. L. 

Needham, June 13, 1848. 

2242. Rodney, b. June 6, 1818 ; d. y. 

2243. Charles (Jr.), b. Mar. 13,1820; m. Elsie 

Sholes, Oct. 29, 1845; d. June 15, 1879. 

2244. Prudence, b. June 28, 1822; m. Horace R. 

Everett, Oct. 27, 1861. 



CuTTs Genealogy. 189 

2245. Jno. Rodney, b. Nov. 15, 1821 ; m. Sophronia 

M. George, May 6, 1851. 
Jolin Cutts married (2) Martha Parsley. 

2246. Dexter, b. Sept. 27, 1830; m. Maria Rand, 

Sept. 10, 1851; d. Dec. 30, 1885. 

2247. TiLTON, b. Apr. 15, 1832 ; m. Cordelia Rand, 

May 16, 1855; d. Nov. 18, 1872. 

2248. Addison, b. July 24, 1834; m. Rosilla Rand, 

d. Oct. 3, 1880. 

2249. Haevey, b. Sept. 13, 1836; m. Mary A. 

Millen, Mar. 28, 1865. 
John Cutts married (3) Sarah Dame. 

2250. BENJAmN, b. Mar. 15, 1842 ; d. of cholera in 

Omaha, Neb., Sept. 16, 1866. 

2251. Mary Jane, b. Mar. 15, 1843 ; m. John Moore, 

May 31, 1863. 

1038 

Oliver Cutts, son of Charles and Abigail (Hurd) 
Cutts, married Charlotte Croxford, April 29, 1823. 

2252. Betsey Elmira, b. Nov. 29, 1824 ; m. Joel 

Merrill, Oct. 7, 1853. 

2253. Maria, b. July 13, 1827 ; m. Geo. W. Cox, 

Oct. 22, 1850. 

2254. Samtel, b. Mar. 15, 1829; m. Aurora E. 

Sherburne, Apr. 1, 1855. 

2255. Sarah A., b. June 1, 1831 ; d. unm., Nov. 

25, 1857. 

2256. Ltjcy E., b. Mar. 5, 1833 ; m. (1) Sylvester 

Owen, May 15, 1853; (2) Louis Bates, 
Dec. 13, 1865. 

2257. Mary, b. Dec. 29, 1835 ; m. Jno. Tucker, 

Apr. 30, 1856; d. Oct. 4, 1880. 
Mrs. Charlotte (Croxford) Cutts died June 14, 
1875. 



190 CuTTS Genealogy. 

1039 

Nathan Cutts married Mary Burnham, April, 1824. 

2258. Alonzo K., b. Jan.* 27, 1825; m. Elizabeth 

Goodrich, June 23, 1846. 

2259. Silas, b. Jan. 1, 1827; d. Jan. 2, 1827. 

2260. Philo, b. Dec. 11, 1829; m. Sarah Harvey, 

July, 1851 ; d. Dec. 4, 1877. 

2261. RuFus, b. Dec. 13, 1831 ; m. Sarah Daggett, 

Sept., 1858. 

2262. AsEL L., b. Mar. 11, 1834; d. unm., Mar. 13, 

1862. 
Mrs. Mary (Burnham) Cutts died Feb. 2, 1868. 

1040 

Dorcas Cutts married Stephen Cisco, Sept., 1818. 

2263. Sylvester, b. Jan. 1, 1819. 

2264. Milton, b. Mar. 13, 1820 ; d. 1827. 

2265. Reuben, b. July 18, 1822; m. 

2266. Eleazer, b. Dec, 1823 ; d. in the rebellion. 

2267. Alvira, b. ,1824;m. , Indiana. 

2268. Alexander, b. ; d. y. 

2269. Betsey Jane, b. ; d. y. 

1041 

Reuben Cutts married Mehitable E. Cheney, daugh- 
ter of Richard Cheney of Londonderry, N. H., Feb. 
14, 1828. 

2270. Elizabeth, b. Nov. 30, 1828 ; d. Aug. 26, 

1830. 

2271. Joseph Dexter, b. Sept. 23, 1830; d. Jan. 

26, 1831. 

2272. GrEO. Washington, b. Oct. 30, 1831 ; m. 

Eunice B. Wright, Apr. 22, 1828. 

2273. Andrew Jackson, b. Dec. 1, 1832; m. Mary 

J. Messer, Aug. 26, 1858 ; d. Aug. 22, 1890. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 191 

2274. Maetin Van Bueen, b. Dec. 1, 1832 ; m. 

(1) Jennie P. Gilman, May 10, 1861; (2) 
K. F. Barton, May 25, 1879. 

2275. Edwin, b. Sept. 27, 1836; m. Martha L. Lear, 

May 18, 1862. . 

2276. LoEENzo Lafayette, b. May 31, 1842; m. 

Mary A. Rollins, Mar. 3, 1863. 

2277. Angeline, b. June 23, 1844; m. O. M. Grove, 

Oct. 13, 1870; d. Oct. 27, 1888. 
Mrs. MeMtable E. C. Cutts died Nov. 16, 1888. 

1049 

Thankful Cutts married David C. Maxfield, Nov. 28, 
1827. 

2278. Oeisa Maegaeet, b. Mar. 3, 1829; m. Jno. 

H. Brown, Feb. 5, 1850. 

2279. Alzina, b. Oct. 30, 1832 ; m. Bela Babb, Sept. 

4, 1851; d. Dec. 13, 1852. 

2280. Ruth, b. Sept. 3, 1830; m. Bela Babb, Nov. 

25, 1875. 

2281. Maey Jane, b. Aug. 4, 1837 ; d. Aug. 3, 1838. 

2282. Laueen, b. Nov. 6, 1840; m. Mary E.Lyons, 

Sept. 6, 1863. 

2283. Geo. Sidney, b. Aug. 3, 1843; m. Sarah E. 

Cole, Dec. 16, 1866. 

1043 

Ariel Cutts married Rebecca Cisco, 1829. 

2284. Maey, b. Mar. 5, 1830; m. C. H. Weeks, 

Apr. 29, 1852. 

2285. Samuel, b. Aug. 28, 1831 ; m. Sarah Tucker, 

Jan. 3, 1858. 

2286. Susan B., b. Dec. 22, 1833 ; m. P. P. Knights, 

Nov. 27, 1856. 

2287. Philinda S., b. Feb. 8, 1836 ; m. C. O. Barton, 

Sept. 27, 1857. 



192 CuTTS Genealogy. 

1045 

Abigail Cutts married Page Maxfield, Nov. 13, 1828. 

2288. Sanders C, b. Dec. 26, 1830; d. Oct. 30, 

1834. 

2289. MARiLLA.b. Feb. 9, 1833 ; m. Ira Hurd (Jr.), 

July 12, 1855, s. p.; d. Mar. 26, 1856. 

2290. Russell, b. Nov. 7, 1836 ; m. Malvina Com- 

stock, Aug. 26, 1862 ; d. Apr. 9, 1875. 

2291. Haevey Page, b. May 29, 1840; m. Fanny 

P. Dodge, Sept. 17, 1866. 

2292. Sophia F., b. June 13, 1842 ; m. Ira Hurd (Jr.), 

Jan. 6, 1861. 

2293. Mary Jane, b. Oct. 11, 1843; m. Benj. F. 

Lear, July 2, 1862. 

2294. Edith V., b. June 22, 1844 ; m. Jno. Q. Emery, 

July 24, 1874. 

1046 

Sally Cutts married Daniel Currier, May 11, 1843. 

2295. Viola L., b. Feb. 28, 1845 ; m. Jno. L. French, 

Mar. 7, 1866; d. Feb. 8, 1883. 

2296. ALMiNAP.,b. Oct. 7, 1846 ; m. F. W. Wheeler, 

Sept. 25, 1875. 

2297. John E., b. Nov. 23, 1848 ; m. (reorgia Smith, 

Nov. 16, 1873. 

2298. Geo. Daniel, b. Feb. 25, 1855; m. Laura 

Swan, May 22, 1884. 

1047 

Lemira Cutts married Nathan Maxfield, Mar. 1, 
1838. 

2299. Lestina, b. Aug. 26, 1839; d. July 14, 

1841. 

2300. Henry E, b. June 16, 1842 ; m. C. L. Carr, 

Dec. 24, 1869; d. Feb. 9, 1883. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 193 

2301. Chas. a., b. Apr. 12, 1848; m. Lizzie M. 

George, Jan. 3, 1877; d. Jan. 7, 1882. 

2302. Ella M., b. Jan. 9, 1854; m. Jno. W. John- 

son, May 5, 1874. 

1066 

Susanna Billings, daughter of Enoch and Mary 
(Cutts) Billings, married Solomon Davis. 

2303. Enoch Billings, b. ; m. Pauline Sands. 

2304. Chas. Allen, b. ; m. Martha Sands. 

2305. Maey Elizabeth, b. Mar. 2, 1826; m. Sam'l 

R Lapham, Nov. 26, 1850. 

2306. Susan, b. ; d. y. 

2307. Haetley Cutts, b. ; d. after 1870. 

2308. Caroline, b. ; d. y. 

1068 

Abiah Billings, daughter of Enoch and Mary 
(Cutts) Billings ; married Seth Soper, 1823. 

2309. Edward, b. Dec. 14, 1824. 

2310. Maey Billings, b. Mar. 7, 1825 ; m. Isaac 

Lapham, May 7, 1851. 

2311. Saeah Augusta, b. Aug. 7, 1830 ; m. George 

D. Lord, Sept. 10, 1859. 
Mrs. A. B. Soper died Feb. 15, 1833. 
Seth Soper married (2) Abbie Yeaton, s. p., and 
died May 7, 1877. 

1069 

Enoch Billings Bradbury, son of Jabez and Mary 
(Cutts) Bradbury, married Mary Chase Huse, Aug. 
29, 1833.* 

2312. Caroline, b. June 14, 1834. 

2313. Lydia E., b. Nov. 24, 1836. 

* See Bradbury Memorial, 142-3. 
25 



194 CuTTS Genealogy. 

1071 

Sarah Hill Stevens, daughter of William and Sarah 
(Cutts) Stevens, married Reuben Stevens, Aug. 24,1828. 

2314. Wm. Reuben, b. Sept. 4, 1835 ; d. unm., Oct. 

31, 1855. 

2315. Saeah Elizabeth, b. Aug. 24, 1837 ; m. 

Dan'l McDuffee, Nov. 13, 1862. 

1079 

Sophronia Stevens married George B. Gay, Aug. 
26, 1828. 

2316. Geoege Lewis, b. Mar. 21, 1830; d. unm., in 

Callao. 

1074 
Almira Stevens married Charles Gay. 

2317. Chas. Maetel, b. Jan. 30, 1839, Gardiner, Me. 

1076 

Mary Fowler, daughter of Philip and Hannah (Cutts) 
Fowler, married Joseph Pindar, 1815. 

2318. Samuel Cutts, b. 1816; d. y. 

1077 

John Cutts Fowler married Mary W. Nutter, Apr. 
4, 1822. 

2319. Geeen Claek, b. Feb. 27, 1823 ; m. Sarah M. 

Hall, Apr. 25, 1859. 

2320. John Fletchee, b. Mar. 2, 1826 ; m. Caroline 

Hall, 1854. 

2321. Maey a., b. Feb. 16, 1828; m. Mark W. 

Chase, Jan. 26, 1853. 

Mrs. Mary W. (Nutter) Fowler died Sept. 21, 
1852, ge. 54. 

John C. Fowler married (2) Susan K. Wiggin, Feb. 
22, 1855, who died Dec. 30, 1864. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 195 

1080 

Charlotte Fowler married David Stevens, son of 
Theopliilus and Abigail (Tewksbury) Stevens, May 
21, 1828. 

2322. Samuel Cutts, b. 1829 ; d. y. 

2323. Geo. Haerison, b. Feb. 25, 1830; m. Nancy 

Potter Davenport, June 6, 1855. 

2324. Sarah Abigail, b. May 9, 1833; m. John M. 

Ballon, Oct. 5, 1853. 

1083 

Samuel Cutts, son of Thomas and Sarah (Colburn) 
Cutts, married Dolly Bray, Dec. 26, 1823. 

2325. Ferdinand, b. ; m. — — . 

2326. Mart, b. ; m. . 

2327. Abbie, b. 

2328. Saeah Ann, b. ; d. 

2339. John Bray, b. , I^ew Portland, Me. 

1084 

Dorcas Cutts married Jos. Luce, son of Charles and 
Catherine (Merry) Luce, Dec. 29, 1824. 

2330. Wm. Henry, b. Jan. 28, 1826; m. Jane Emery, 

1852. 

2331. Warren, b. Aug. 12, 1828; m. (1) Carrie 

Moran, 1857; (2) Rosa E. Higgins, 1883. 

2332. George, b. June 24, 1830; m. (1) Aphia 

Luce, 1862 ; (2) Mary Hilton, s. p. 

2333. Chaeles, b. Sept. 12, 1832; m. Helen M. 

Cutts, Apr. 7, 1866. 

2334. Jas. Mieon, b. Aj^r. 10, 1836; m. Lottie 

Wheeler, 1866. 

2335. Jos. Meeey, b. July 1, 1838 ; m. Annie Tink- 

ham, 1865. 

2336. Catherine, b. Mar. 23, 1840; d. unm., 1865. 



196 CuTTS Genealogy. 

1085 

William Cutts, son of Thos. and Sarali C. Cutts, 
married Rachel Jackson, daughter of Deacon Elijah 
and Abigail (Cutts) Jackson, Sept. 12, 1830. (See 
1 123). 

2337. Wm. Oscar, b. Oct. 25, 1833; m. Lavinia C. 

Bashford, June 5, 1862; d. May 13, 1875. 

2338. Henry, b. May 24, 1835; d. June 1, 1835. 

2339. Frank, b. Aug. 30, 1836 ; d. Feb. 13, 1837. 

2340. Elvira, b. June 4, 1838 ; m. Jos. M. Weeks, 

1860. 

2341. Henrietta, b. June 28, 1840 ; m. Jno. H. 

Wilson, 1858. 

2342. Elijah Jackson, b. Aug. 17, 1844; m. Jen- 

nie M. Oakley, May 8, 1866. 

2343. Frank, b. Oct. 16, 1847; d. Sept. 4, 1852. 

2344. Albert E., b. Apr. 19, 1850; d. Oct. 15, 

1857. 

2345. Albert E., b. June 6, 1852. 

1087 

George Cutts married Anna Metcalf, daughter of 
John and Sarah (Fletcher) Metcalf, Apr. 2, 1829. 

2346. George B., b. 

2347. John, b. ; m. Harriet . 

2348. Oliver, b. ; d. 

2349. Sarah, b. 

2350. Martha, b. ; m. Jos. Warren Vaughan. 

1088 

James Cutts married Olive Colburn, daughter of 
John and Olive (Colburn) Colburn, Jan. 28, 1834. 

2351. Edwin R., b. Dec. 6, 1834; m. Jane D. Wil- 

lard, Mar., 1858, s. p. 

2352. Helen, b. Jan. 1, 1837; d. Apr. 2, 1837. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 197 

2353. Helen M., b. Apr. 1, 1838 ; m. Chas. Luce, 

Sept, 1866. 

2354. Maria Colburn, b. Feb. 5, 1841; m. Wm. ^ 

Metcalf, 1864 ; d. Sept. 2, 1885. 

2355. Chas. Colburn, b. Nov. 5, 1843; m. Luella 

E. Stevens, Mar. 10, 186T; d. Sept. 18, 
1869. 

2356. Jno. Colburn, b. Nov. 30, 1845; d. Feb. 18, 

1846. 

2357. Olive Colburn, b. May 27, 1847; m. Wm. 

Denton, 1867 ; d. Sept. 9, 1872. 

2358. OcENA, b. Jan. 27, 1850; m. Herman Train, 

Jan. 1, 1867. 

2359. Sarah, b. Dec. 19, 1851 ; m. A. D. Willard, 

June 10, 1877. 

2360. Georgia, b. May 2, 1856; m. M. C. Kelley, 

Sept. 6, 1880. 
Mrs. O. C. Cutts died in Farmington, Me., May 12, 
1887. 

1089 

Sarah Ann Cutts married Oliver Rollins, Feb., 1834. 

2361. Rebecca, b. Apr. 12, 1835; d. y. 

2362. Wm., b. Nov. 28, 1837 ; m. Sophia J. Lapbam, 

Mar. 9, 1864. 

2363. Hannah Cutts, b. Mar. 7, 1840; m. Chas. 

Lord, June 19, 1861; d. Feb. 22, 1877. 

2364. Rebecca, b. Nov. 9, 1842. 

2365. Dolly, b. Nov. 9, 1844; m. J. W. Vaughan, 

June 19, 1873, s. p. ; d. June, 1888. 

2366. Oliver, b. May 7, 1847 ; d. at sea, on ship 

"Ellenwood," Sept. 5, 1868. 

2367. John, b. Jan. 31, 1851 ; m. (1) Dora Bailey, 

1872 ; (2) Maria Vaughan, 1882. 
Oliver Rollins (Sr.) died May 10, 1859. 



198 CuTTs Genealogy. 

1090 

Oliver Cutts, son of Thomas and Sarah C. Cutts, 
married Hannali Cutts (l 105), daughter of Elisha and 
Hannah (Hooper) Cutts, Aug. 4, 1840. 

2368. Edward, b. Nov. 25, 1842; m. Helen W. 

Tobey, May 21, 1868. 

2369. Sarah, b. 1845; d. y. 

2370. Mary Elizabeth, b. 1847 ; d. y. 

2371. Hannah, b. Feb. 4, 1850; m. J. W. Ude, s. 

p., Aug. 5, 1875. 

2372. Adelalde, b. 1855; d. y. 

1091 

Hartley Cutts, son of Samuel and Mary K. (Wood- 
ward) Cutts, married Caroline Bradbury, Nov. 9, 1832. 
(See 1070.) 

2373. Sam'l Augustus, b. Oct. 12, 1833 ; d. Nov. 

13, 1834. 

2374. Eugene Bradbury, b. Aug. 24, 1835 ; m. 

Elizabeth P. McDuffie, June, 1859, s. p. 

2375. Augustus, b. Nov. 3, 1837 ; m. Jennie D. 

Libby, Nov. 6, 1879. 

2376. Wm. Henry, b. Se]3t. 15, 1840; m. Mary J. 

Merrill, Nov. 20, 1868. 

2377. Ella Jane, b. July 20, 1843 ; d. Nov. 20, 1865. 

2378. Chas. Davis, b. Feb. 6, 1845 ; m. Mary Gray, 

June 25, 1877. 

2379. Catherine May, b. Dec. 22, 1847. 

1093 

Samuel Cutts married Anstress Adaline Woodward, 
daughter of 'Daniel and Elizabeth (Welch) Wood- 
ward, Apr. 15, 1834. 

2380. Danlel Woodward, b. Feb. 2, 1835, Carson 

City, Nev. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 199 

2381. Edwaed, b. Aug. 17, 1837. 

2382. Adele Caroline, b. Dec. 11, 1841 ; m. E. F. 

Morton, Feb. 21, 1869. 

2383. Flora Catharine, b. Sept. 1, 1844; m. Albert 

White, s. p., Mar. 25, 1875. 

2384. KoLAND H., b. Nov. 16, 184n ; m. Emma Wat- 

kins, Nov. 12, 1875. 

2385. Frederic, b. Aug. 16, 1849, Randolph, Me. 
Mrs. A. A. W. Cutts died Apr. 12, 1883. 

1093 

Mary Cutts married Francis Philbrick, Oct., 1844. 

2386. WiNFiELD Scott, b. 

2387. Mary Etta, b. ; m. Mr. Berry. 

2388. Frank, b. ; d. 

2389. Llewellyn, b. 

Francis Philbrick died W. Gardiner, Me., Aug., 
1885. 

1094 

Katharine Cutts married Spencer F. Wadsworth, 
Aug. 21, 1836. 

2390. Katharine, b. Aug. 26, 1837 ; m. Mr. Jno. 

W. Handron. 

2391. Fred'k Spencer, b. Sept. 3, 1839; m. Ellen 

Gordon, 1861. 

2392. Melvin Cutts, b. Feb. 11, 1842; m. (1) 

Georgianna Mussey, s. p.. May 17, 1866, 
who d. 1888; (2) Mary E. Chamberlain, 
Sept. 4, 1890. 

2393. Emily Cutts, b. June 18, 1844; m. Geo. S. 

Du Bois; d. 

2394. Adeline, b. 1849. 

2315. Clarence E., b. Mar. 11, 1852. 



200 CuTTS Genealogy. 

1095 

Louise Cutts married Wm. L. Flitner (see IIIO), 
Aug. 17, 1841. 

2396. Wm. Herbert, b. June 26, 1842. 

2397. Walter Geo., b. June 15, 1844. 

2398. Clara Louise, b. Nov. 18, 1845. 

2399. Albert Marwick, b. Sept. 2, 1848 ; d. Jan. 

10, 1874. 

2400. Chas. Edward, b. Dec. 31, 1854; m. Mary 

Adele Bemis, Aug. 29, 1889. Inwood-on- 
Hudson, N. Y. 

1096 

Amos Woodward Cutts married Abigail Smyth Col- 
burn, Nov. 29, 1838. 

2401. Hannah Averill, b. Sept. 4, 1839; m. (1) 

H. C. Lennox, 1863; (2) G. S. Cooley, 
1869. 

2402. Albert Davld, b. Oct. 4, 1841 ; m. Emma 

T. Wilbur, 1866. 

2403. Jas. McCollum, b. Jan. 27, 1844 ; m, J. Fisher, 

Dec. 10, 1868. 

2404. GusTAvus Colburn, b. Jan. 6, 1846; d. Dec. 

30, 1882, Marysville, Cal. . 

1097 

Washington Cutts married Lettice Tibbetts, Nov. 12, 
1844. 

2405. Sam'l Woodward, b. Feb. 5, 1846 ; m. Miss 

Watson, s. p., Mar. 17, 1874. 

2406. Alice E., b. Oct. 20, 1850; m. C. W. Smith, 

Jan. 1, 1873; d. Feb. 29, 1884. 

2407. Alvin, b. July 18, 1857 ; m. Eva Scott, May 

27, 1883. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 201 

1099 

Susan Woodward Cutts married Jolm Covill, son of 
Michael and Jaue (Erskine) Covill, Nov. 23, 1842. 

2408. Fannie A, b. Apr. 3, 1844; m. Geo. E. War- 

ren, Nov. 5, 1868. 

2409. Emily Cutts, b. Dec. 20, 1845 ; d. Jan. 24, 1856. 

2410. Augusta E., b. Jan. 10, 1849; m. Edwin M. 

Clark, Aug. 28, 1871. 

2411. Wilder Cutts, b. June 23, 1856. 

2412. Emily Louise, b. Mar. 13, 1859; m. Arthur 

L. Cole, Feb. 26, 1884. 

2413. John A., b. Apr. 24, 1861. 
John CoviU died Oct. 28, 1887. 

1103 

William Cutts, son of Elisha and Hannah (Hooper) 
Cutts, married Elizabeth Aldrich. 

2414. , b. ; m. John H. Weaver, N. Y. 

1103 

Mary Cutts married Ira Vaughan. 

2415. Elisha Cutts, b. , Tacoma, Wash. 

2416. Ira (Jr.), b. , Salem, Mass. 

1104 

Sarah Ann Cutts married Daniel Thurston. 

2417. , b. 

2418. , b. 

1106 

Elisha Cutts (Jr.) married Eliza Lincoln. 

2419. , b. 

2420. , b. 

2421. , b. 

2422. -, b. , Spring Lake, Wis. 

26 



202 CuTTS Genealogy. 

1108 

Joseph Flitner, son of Joseph and Betsey (Cutts) 
Flitner, married Cordelia White Flitner, daughter of 
Francis and Elizabeth (Oakman) Flitner, Dec. 14, 
1837. 

2423. Delia, b. Sept. 4, 1838 ; d. Aug. 29, 1840. 

2424. Anne Elizabeth, b. Jan. 29, 1840. 

2425. Ieene, b. Mar. 28, 1844; m. Jno. Gumming, 

June 11, 1868 ; d. May 6, 1869. 

2426. Mary Abbie, b. Mar. 12, 1848; d. Mar. 5, 

1867. 
Mrs. C. W. F. Flitner died Mar. 7, 1863, se. 49. 

1109 

Eliza Flitner married David Lewis Packard, Aug. 
10, 1834. 

2427. Wm. Ladd, b. Sept. 4, 1835 ; m. Sarah Fales, 

Nov. 6, 1862. 

2428. Angeline, b. Sept. 4, 1839 ; d. Sept. 1, 1840. 

2429. Edna Anne, b. July 1, 1841; d. Aug. 25, 

1844. 

2430. Joseph H., b. June 30, 1843; d. Sept. 18, 

1848. 
David L. Packard died 1868, se. 56. 

1111 

Geo. Washington Flitner married Mary Ann Chase, 
daughter of Wm. and Alice (Keene) Chase of New 
Castle, Me., May 20, 1844. 

2431. Wm. Chase, b. Apr. 23, 1846 ; m. Jennie W. 

Shaw, Feb. 1, 1881 ; 1 child. 

2432. Alice E., b. Nov. 11, 1848 ; m. Thos. N. Ayer, 

Jr., July 23, 1879; 3 children. 

2433. Ella S., b. Nov. 17, 1850; d. Aug. 30, 1854. 

2434. Georgianna, b. Jan. 10, 1855. 



CUTTS Genealogy. 203 

Ills 

Samuel Cutts Flitner married Sophronia S. Jackson, 
daughter of Deacon Elijah and Abigail (Cutts) Jack- 
son, Sept. 9, 1846. (See II27.) 

2435. Leila, b. Oct. 2, 1848; m. Wm. Mullen, Mar. 

12, 1885. 

2436. Elizabeth Jackson, b. Apr. 18, 1852. 

2437. Joseph, b. May 21, 1850 ; d. Aug. 8, 1861. 

2438. Carrie, b. Jan. 20, 1855. 

2439. Frank Irven, b. Jan. 31, 1860. 

2440. Ellen Sarah, b. Nov. 5, 1861. 

2441. Arthur, b. May 26, 1864, Brighton, Iowa. 

1118 

Mary Elizabeth Lapham, daughter of Isaac and Dor- 
cas (Cutts) Lajiham, married Zachariah Flitner, Aug. 
16, 1838. 

2442. Jos. Henry, b. Nov. 28, 1840 ; m. Mary Dow, 

June 4, 1866. 

2443. Mary Oakman, b. June 9, 1843 ; m. Capt. H. 

B. Rollins, June 17, 1871. 

2444. Frederick, b. Apr. 10, 1845 ; d. Aug. 25, 1848. 

2445. David, b. Apr. 7, 1849; m. L. N. Brannon, 

Sept. 26, 1876. 

2446. Florence, b. July 4, 1851. 

2447. Ellen Augusta, b. Dec. 18, 1854. 

2448. Fred'k William, b. Sept 8, 1861. 

1119 

Isaac Lapham (Jr.) married Mary Billings Soper, 
daughter of Seth and Abiah (Billings) Soper, May 7, 
1851. (See 2312.) 

2449. Alice Dorcas, b. June 22, 1853; m. Jno. E. 

Hill, Sept. 18, 1877 ; d. Apr. 27, 1881. 

2450. Mary Gteorgianna, b. June 9, 1859; m. Jno. 

E. Hill, 1884; d. Dec. 31, 1890. 



204 CuTTS Genealogy. 

1120 

Samuel Rogers Lapham married Mary E. Davis, 
daughter of Solomon and Susanna (Billings) Davis, 
Dec. 26, 1850. (See 2310.) 

2451. Augusta Flitner, b. Oct. 31, 1853. 

2452. Ina FEANCES,b. Aug. 30, 1858. 

IISI 

Wm, Cutts Lapham married Isabella Weeks, daugh- 
ter of John and Amelia Weeks, Dec. 31, 1872. 

2453. Nettie L., b. May 8, 1879. 

1133 

Edward Augustus Lapham married Myra E. Beedle, 
daughter of James B, and Myra (Woodward) Beedle, 
May 3, 1860. 

2454. Addie Louise, b. June 12, 1861 ; m. Rev. H. 

Thygerson, June, 1887. 

2455. Ivane Victoria, b. Mar. 25, 1863 ; d. Mar. 

18, 1874. 

2456. Frank Melville, b. Dec. 12, 1866. 

2457. Isaac Newton, b. Mar. 26, 1872. 

2458. Alice, b. Apr. 2, 1876; d. Sept. i>, 1876. 
Mrs. Myra E. B. Laj)ham died Jan. 22, 189L 

1124 

Alvina Jackson, daughter of Elijah and Abigail 
(Cutts) Jackson, married Henry Adams. 

2459. Jos. Henry, b. ; d. Oct. 12, 1848. 

1125 

Abigail Maria Jackson married Samuel Oakmau Flit- 
ner, Sept. 26, 1837. 

2460. Francis Wm., b. June 17, 1840; m. Susan E. 

Hawthorne, Jan. 13, 1869, s. p. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 205 

2461. Delia Maria, b. July 14, 1842. 

2462. GrEO. Jackson, b. June 22, 1849; m. Ellen L. 

Lowell, Dec. 17, 1879. 

2463. Effie Groves, b. July 17, 1854; d. unm., 

Apr. 30, 1882. 
Samuel O. Flitner died July 16, 1885. 

Elijah Jackson (Jr.) married Elizabeth H. Lord, 
daughter of Rufus S. and J. H. (Lapham) Lord, June 
1, 1848. 

2464. Clarence S., b. Mar. 21, 1849 ; m. Alice M. 

Dinsmore, June 30, 1881. 

2465. Helen M.. b. Dec. 23, 1855. 

2466. Ettie F., b. May 18, 1861 ; m. Thos. Curtis, 

Dec. 6, 1887. 

11S9 

Geo. Follansbee Jackson (M. D.) married Rachel 

Stevens Dearborn, Jan. 2, 1854. 

2467. Henry E. Dearborn, b. Mar. 27, 1860; m. 

Sarah E. Young, Jan. 4, 1884. 

2468. Mart Dearborn, b. May 4, 1862 ; m. Wm. 

Henry Bishop, July 28, 1886. 

IISO 

Statira Moore, daughter of John and Sarah (Chauncy) 
Moore, married Peter Shores, Oct. 30, 1811. 

2469. Peter, b. 1814; d. May 9, 1818. 

2470. Mark Moore, b. 1817; m. Mary E. Claren- 

bole, 1835. 

2471. Statira, b. 1818. 

2472. Oliver, b. abt.1820; m. Eliz. Huntington,1853. 

2473. Sarah Chauncy, b. abt. 1822 ; m. Mark Green. 

2474. Franklin, b. 1824; d. Aug. 18,1825. 



206 CuTTS Genealogy. 

1131 

Joanna Chauncy Moore married Wm. M. Shackford, 
Apr. 14, 1813. 

2475. Wm. Henry, b. Jan. 15, 1814; m. Maria 

Parker Perry, Dec. 19, 1839; d. Mar. 5, 
1842. 

2476. Chas. Chauncy, b. Sept. 26, 1815; m. Martha 

Gould Bartlett, Sept. 22, 1846 ; d. Dec, 
1891. 

2477. Albert Samuel, b. Feb. 14, 1819; d. unm., 

Aug. 17, 1846. 

2478. Joanna Augusta, b. July 15, 1822 ; m. Moses 

P. Stacey, Oct. 2, 1845. 

2479. John Edward, b. Mar. 26, 1825; m. (1) 

Mary A. Harris, Jan. 13, 1848; (2) 
Fannie Cruess, Sept. 22, 1859; d. July 16, 
1873. 
Wm. M. Shackford died Nov. 12, 1875, se. 86. 

11S3 

John Moore married Caroline Blunt. 

2480. Georgia NNA, b. ; m. Mr. Davy. 

2481. John, b. ; d. 

2482. Caroline, b. ; m. Mr. Williamson (Con- 

sul) ; d. 

1136 

Eliza Chauncy Clarke, daughter of Jeremiah and 
Elizabeth Hirst (Chauncy) Clarke, married Lieut. John 
Porter, in Providence, R. I., Feb. 25, 1815, son of 
David and Rebecca (Henry) Porter. 

2483. Lucia Chauncy, b. Apr. 10, 1816 ; m. Jos. 

Waddell ; d. May 16, 1839. 

2484. Bolton Smith, b. Aug. 29, 1820; m. Mary 

Lindley ; lost at sea in frigate Levant. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 207 

2485. FiTZ John, b. Aug. 31, 1822 ; m. Harriet P. 

Cook, Mar. 19, 1857. 

2486. David St. Leon, b. Aug. 9, 1824 (Lt. U. S. 

A.) ; d. at Vera Cruz, 1847. , 

Lieut. Jolin Porter died in 1831. 

1138 

Samuel Gerrish (Jr.), son of Samuel and Mary (Fer- 
nald) Gerrisli, married Mrs. Mary A. Gore. 

2487. Samuel J., b. Apr. 9, 1841 ; m. Caroline Ger- 
rish. 

1140 

Andrew D. Gerrish married Mary A. Moulton. 

2488. Chas. Andeew, b. 1856; d. Feb. 12, 1859. 

2489. Ann A., b. 1845 ; d. Jan. 5, 1848. 

1143 

Chas. W. Gerrish married Eliza S. Knowles of Gil- 
manton, N. H. 

2490. Caroline, b. ; m. Samuel J. Gerrish. 
Mrs. E. S. (Knowles) Gerrish died Nov. 8, 1854. 

1155 

Artemas Burnham Darby, son of James and Margaret 
(Elliott) Darby, married Miss Thomson, a great-grand- 
daughter of Col. William Thomson of the Kevolution. 

2491. Artemas Thomson, b. 

2492. Eliza Elliott, b. 

2493. William, b. 

2494. Frank Bremar, b. 

2495. John Burnham, b. 

2496. , b. 

2497. Charlotte, b. 

2498. Caroline, b. 



2o8 CuTTS Genealogy. 

1157 

Esther Screven married Thomas Smith, sou of 
Benjamin and E. A. (Harleston) Smith, Dec. 15, 
1788. 

2499. Elizabeth Ann, b. Oct. 29, 1789 ; d. Apr. 12, 

1790. 

2500. Mary Baker, b. Feb. 1, 1791 ; d. Nov., 1792. 

2501. Benj. James, b. Aug. 17, 1793. 

2502. Thos. John, b. Dec. 27, 1795 ; m. Elizabeth 

Barnett, Apr. 26, 1827; d. Jan. 31, 1835. 
Thos. Smith died July 25, 1821. 

1158 

Mary Screven, daughter of General James and Mary 
(Odingsell) Screven, married John Hart, son of Rev. 
Oliver and Sarah ( ) Hart, June 17, 1784. 

2503. Oliver James, b. Oct. 15, 1785; d. Oct. 17, 

1785. 

2504. Esther Mary, b. Apr. 23, 1789 ; d. Oct. 18, 

1804. 

2505. Martha L., b. July 19, 1790 ; m. Jno. C. Bell, 

Dec. 31, 1818; d. Nov. 15, 1819. 

2506. Jno. Screven, b. Sept. 23, 1792; d. Sept. 12, 

1794. 

2507. Chas. Thos., b. Sept. 26, 1794 ; m. A. C. Dun- 

ham, Jan. 14, 1819; d. Apr. 3, 1834. 

2508. Henry Wm., b. July 13, 1798; m. H. Beams, 

Aug. 15, 1833, s. p.; d. Aug. 1, 1836. 

2509. Elizabeth Screven Lee, b. Feb. 25, 1801 ; m. 

Jos. Jones, Jan. 25, 1820 ; d. 

2510. Odingsell Witherspoon, b. Dec. 9, 1803; m. 

Mary C. Stevens, Jan. 12, 1826. 

2511. Smith Screven, b. Apr. 13, 1806; m. (1) 

Mary Coleman ; (2) Eliz. Fulton ; (3) H. A. 
Newell; d. Feb. 26, 1866. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 209 

1161 

Rev. Chas. Odingsell Screven, son of Gen. James and 
Mary (Odingsell) Screven, married Mrs. Lucy Wil- 
mington (Barnard) Jones, 1803. 

2512. Jas. Odingsell, b. Feb. 4, 1804; m. Eleanor 

S. Talbird, 1830 ; d. 1864. 
Mrs. L. W. B. Screven died 1805. 
Rev. C. O. Screven married (2) Mrs. Barbara Roberts 
(GolpMn) Holmes, June 10, 1813. 

2513. Charles, b. ; d. y. 

2514. Thos. John, b. ; d. y. 

2515. MiLLEDGE GoLPHiN, b. ; d. y. 

2516. Ann Elizabeth, b. Oct. 17, 1820 ; m. Thos. S. 

Mallard, Dec. 21, 1837. 

2517. Wm. Edward, b. Aug. 31, 1822; m. Cornelia 

E. Harris, July 17, 1845; d. Feb. 12, 1860. 

2518. Benj. Smith, b. June 13, 1827 ; m. Ann R. 

Baker, 1851 ; d. Aug. 13, 1871. 
Rev, C. O. Screven graduated from Brown Univer- 
sity and became pastor of the Baptist church in Sun- 
bury, Ga. 

1164 

Martha Screven, daughter of Thomas S. and Eleanor 
(Hart) Screven, married Benjamin Bonneau, Feb. 26, 
1795. 

2519. Elizabeth Vanderhorst, b. May 31, 1798; 

m. S. J. Murray, May 25, 1820; d. July 26, 
1850. 

1165 

Thomas Screven married Mary Ann Smith, daugh- 
ter of Archer and Mary Ann Smith, Dec. 21, 1803. 

2520. Archer Smith, b. Jan. 4, 1805 ; d. Sept. 23, 

1806. 

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2IO CuTTS Genealogy. 

2521. Wm. Josiah, b. May 28, 1807 ; d. Mar. 19,1808. 

2522. Eliz. Jane, b. Aug. 21, 1808 ; d. June 6, 1820. 

2523. Maky Ann, b. Feb. 24, 1811; m. Geo. Philip 

Frierson, M. D., Oct. 20, 1830; d. Nov. 19, 
1844. 

2524. Jas. Thos., b. Jan. 6, 1813; d. Dec. 13, 1813. 

2525. Martha Eleanor, b. Nov. 21, 1814; m. Geo. 

P. Frierson, M. D., Nov. 25, 1846 ; d. Aug. 
16, 1876. 

2526. Sarah Norton, b. June 5, 1816; d. unm., 

Oct. 12, 1835. 

2527. Margaret Jane, b. Aug. 17, 1819; m. Fran- 

cis A. Lee, M. D., May 15, 1839 ; d. Mar. 18, 
1865. 
Mrs. Mary A. S. Screven died Oct. 29, 1819, se. 35. 

1168 

Eleanor Screven married John Cox, son of John and 
Susanna Cox, Dec. 22, 1800. 

2528. Jos. Hart, b. Oct. 18, 1801 ; m. Margaret L. 

Lenoir, Oct. 16, 1834; d. Jan. 17, 1850. 

2529. Thos. Soreven, b. Dec. 12, 1803; d. unm., 

Nov. 8, 1831. 

2530. Jno. Johnson, b. Apr. 15, 1806 ; d. Oct. 5, 1808. 

2531. Eleanor Susan, b. Oct. 17, 1808; m. W. L. 

McCaa, M. D., Jan. 24, 1830. 

2532. Jno. Washington, b. Sept. 11, 1811 ; d. unm., 

July 20, 1840. 

2533. Mary Amarlnthea, b. 1819; m. Jas. K. 

Jones, M. D. 

2534. Sarah Elizabeth, b. 1822 ; d. unm., Aug. 19, 

1841. 

2535. Robert L., b. Oct. 1, 1824; d. unm., Sept. 15, 

1844. 
John Cox died in 1829. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 211 

1172 

John Screven, son of John and Eliz. (Pendarvis) 
Screven, married Hannah Proctor, Jan. 5, 1797, daugh- 
ter of Richard and Anne (Vincent) Proctor. 

2536. Amelia Sophia, b. Nov. 1, 1797; m. Samuel 

M. Bond, Apr. 4, 1817 ; d. Aug. 16, 1833. 

2537. Jas. Peoctor, b. Oct. 11, 1799; m. Hannah 

G. Bryan, Dec. 28, 1826 ; d. July 16, 1859. 

2538. Martha Sophia, b. Sept. 13, 1801 ; m. Wm. 

C. Daniel, M. D., Apr. 16, 1822; d. 1833. 

2539. John, b. Aug. 4, 1803 ; d. Sept. 8, 1804. 
Mrs. Hannah (Proctor) Screven died Sept. 8, 1804, 

sd. 26. 

John Screven married (2) Sarah Ann Proctor, 1812, 
daughter of Richard and Anne Y. Proctor. 

2540. Elizabeth, b. Feb. 28, 1814; m. Wm. C. 

Daniel, M. D., 1836 ; d. Sept. 23, 1876. 

2541. Maria, b. ; d. y. 

2542. Hannah, b. ; d. y. 

2543. William, b. Jan. 18, 1820; d. 1821. 

2544. Richard, b. Feb. 28, 1821 ; d. y. 

2545. Sarah Ann, b. 1823; d. y. 
Mrs. Sarah A. P. Screven died 1823. 

1173 

Richard Bedon Screven (M. D.), son of John and 
Elizabeth (Pendarvis) Screven, married Alice Pendarvis 
Bedon. 

2546. Richard, b. ; m. Miss Davis. 

2547. Louisa, b. ; m. Edv^ard Cuthbert, M. D. 

2548. Alice, b. ; m. Jacob De Vaux Guerard, 

M. D., Mar. 6, 1821. 

2549. Isabel, b. ; m. Fred'k E. Eraser, Mar. 9, 

1826. 

2550. N. Bonaparte, b. ; m. Miss Edwards. 



212 CuTTS Genealogy. 

Richard Bedon Screven, M. D., married (2) Mrs. 
(Hamilton) Rhodes. 

2551. E. Hajiilton, b. ; m. J. Strobhard, M. D. 

2552. Benjamin, b. ; m. ; killed in Cali- 

fornia in 1858. 
Richard Bedon Screven, M. D., m. (3) Mrs. Moser, s. p. 

11T5 

Sarah Screven married William Wigg Hazzard. 

2553. Mary E., b. 1809 ; m. Edward N. Chisolm, 

M. D., Dec. 14, 1831. 

2554. Sarah C, b. ; m. Horace Waldo Mont- 

gomery. 

2555. Edward, b. 

1178 

Martha Screven married James West, Beaufort, S. C. 

2556. Jas. Huger, b. 

2557. IsABELLE Elliott, b. 

2558. Anne Marie, b. ; m. W. H. Howland. 

iiro 

Elizabeth Screven married John Brookes Posey of 
Virginia, Dec. 7, 1809. 

2559. Caroline Augusta, b. Feb. 13, 1811 ; d. Sept. 

5, 1813. 

2560. Stanhope, b. Mar. 17, 1813. 

2561. Maria Elizabeth Screven, b. Mav 17, 

1816. 

2562. Carnot, b. Aug. 5, 1818; m. ; d. Nov. 

7, 1863. 

2563. Laura Laurens, b. Apr. 24, 1821; d. Aug. 

19, 1840. 

2564. Jefferson Bryan, b. May 8, 1823 ; d. Oct. 29, 

1843. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 213 

2565. Julia Eveline, b. Jan., 1826 ; m. Wm. Con- 

nell; d. Oct. 8, 1876. 

2566. Josephine Mary Proctor, b. Jan. 12, 1829. 
John Brookes Posey died Aug. 13, 1838. 

1183 

Mary Bedon Screven married Stephen Royal Proctor. 

2567. Richard, b. ; m. Elodie Touton. 

2568. Jos. Bryan, b. 

2569. Carolina, b. ; m. Daniel Huger. 

1184 

Thomas Edward Screven (M. D.) married Cornelia 
McNish, Oct. 28, 1819. 

2570. Jane, b. Feb. 7, 1821; m. Christopher Gads- 

den, Dec. 31, 1839; d. Nov. 22, 1849. 

2571. John Henry, b. Feb. 9, 1823 ; m. (1) Miss Wil- 

kins, June 8, 1846; (2) Miss Van Rens- 
salaer, Apr. 28, 1874. 

2572. Proctor Wilson, b. Mar. 7, 1825 ; d. unm., 

Feb. 22, 1850. 

2573. Benj. Smith, b. Sept. 23, 1827; m. Miss 

Broughton, Nov. 6, 1849 ; d. May 30, 1860. 

2574. Thos. Edward, b. Apr. 5, 1830 ; m. Miss Jen- 

kins, Dec. 21, 1858. 

2575. Sarah Virginia, b. Apr. 15, 1841 ; m. Stephen 

Doar, M. D., May 22, 1862 ; d. Sept. 8, 1864. 

2576. Cornelia Ann, b. Feb. 18, 1839; m. Henry 

Dozier, Aug. 28, 1860. 

2577. William Jas., b. Aug. 7, 1846 ; m. Ellen 

Mobley. 

2578. Jos. Bryan, b. Aug. 5, 1833 ; d. Aug. 21, 1833. 

2579. Hy. Chas., b. July 27, 1836 ; d. Oct. 19, 1836. 

2580. Jas. Augustus, b. Aug. 18, 1837 ; d. Nov. 17, 

1837. 
Mrs. Cornelia (McNish) Screven died Mar. 30, 1859. 



214 CuTTS Genealogy. 

1185 

Joseph Gilbert, son of Setli and Elizabetli (Screven) 
Gilbert, married Kebecca Ruberry, daughter of John 
and Rebecca (Wilkins) Ruberry. 

2581. Elizabeth, b. June 21, 1797 ; m. Jos. Whilden, 

Dec. 31, 1815 ; d. Jan. 25, 1849. 

2582. Jos. Ruberry, b. 1800 ; m. . 

2583. Jno. Ruberry, b. July 4, 1802 ; m. Mary B. 

Enifinger, June 24, 1832; d. Oct. 20, 1856. 

2584. Wm. Ruberry, b. July 6, 1804; m. Margaret 

Morrison, Nov. 3, 1825; d. July 28, 1864. 

1186 

Sarah Gilbert, daughter of Seth and Elizabetli 
(Screven) Gilbert, married Wm. Humbert. 

2585. Ellen, b. ; m. Wm. Riley. 

2586. Wm. W., b. ; m. Emma Middleton. 

2587. Mary, b. ; m. J. H. Jeffords. 

1187 

Eleanor Screven Gilbert married Stephen West 
Moore, Dec. 14, 1803. 

2588. Seth Gilbert, b. Oct. 16, 1804 ; d. Mar. 4, 

1806. 

2589. Stephen West, b. Apr. 2, 1806 ; m. . 

2590. Sarah Humbert, b. Oct. 21, 1807. 

2591. Samuel Preston, b. Sept. 16, 1813 ; m. Au- 

gusta Brown; d. Mar. 31, 1889. 

2592. Eliza Whilden, b. Sept. 17, 1816; d. Aug. 

12, 1818. 

2593. Susan PiERSON, b. Aug. 16, 1809; d. Dec. 29, 

1841 ; m. Wm. Westcott, Feb. 19, 1833. 

2594. Ellen Screven Gilbert, b. July 25, 1811; 

d. July 25, 1846 ; m. Wm. Westcott, Jan. 
10, 1843. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 215 

2595. Chas. Lloyd, b. Mar. 20, 1820; d. Oct. 23, 

1841. 
Stephen West Moore (Sr.) died Nov. 24, 1824, 
88. 44. 

1188 

Seth Hart Gilbert married . 

2596. Seth, b. 

2597. Oathakine, b. 1816 ; m. Mr. Galloway, Dec. 

14, 1837. 

2598. Ellen Moore, b. 1818 ; m. (1) Rev. J. B. Bax- 

tou ; (2) Mr. Heidt, s. p. ; (3) R. S. R. 
Chrystyburg ; d. 1888. 

2599. Henry Dunbar, b. Apr. 12, 1820; m. Susan 

E. Bishop, Nov., 1841. 

1190 

Harriet Brackett Spence, daughter of Keith and 
Mary Whipple (Traill) Spence, married Rev. (Jharles 
Lowell, son of Hon. John and Rebecca (Russell) 
Lowell, Oct. 2, 1806. 

2600. Chas. Russell, b. Oct. 30, 1807 ; m. Anna 

C. Jackson, Apr. 13, 1832 ; d. June 23, 
1870. 

2601. Rebecca Russell, b. Jan. 17, 1809; d. unm., 

May 20, 1872. 

2602. Mary Traill Spenoe, b. Dec. 3, 1810; m. 

Samuel R. Putnam, Apr. 25, 1832. 

2603. Wm. Keith Spence, b. Sept. 23, 1813 ; d. Feb. 

12, 1823, 

2604. RoBT. Traill Spence, b. Oct. 8, 1816; m. 

Marianne Duane, 1843; d. Sept. 12, 18^1. 

2605. Jas. Russell, b. Feb. 22, 1819 ; m. (1) Maria 

White, Dec. 26, 1844; (2) Frances Dun- 
lap, 1857; d. Aug. 12, 1891. 



2i6 CuTTS Genealogy. 

Rev. Chas. Lowell, son of Hon. Jolin and Rebecca 
(Russell) Lowell, b. Aug. 15, 1782, diedJan. 20,1861. 
Ordained minister of the West Church, Boston, Jan. 
1, 1806. For a most admirable and extended notice of 
his life see " Memoir of Rev. Charles Lowell, D. D., 
by Mary Lowell Putnam," in the fourth volume of 
" The Memorial Biographies of the N. E. Hist. Gen. 
Society." 

1191 

Robert Traill Spence married Mary Clare Carroll, 
daughter of Nicholas Carroll of Maryland. 

2606. Ann Josepha, b. ; m. Franklin Smith ; 

d. 

2607. Caeeoll,^ b. 1818 ; m. Rebecca Carroll, 

1843. 

2608. RoBEET Teaill, b. ; m. Mrs. Virginia Wal- 

dron, s. p.; d. 

2609. Chas. Lowell Stewaet, b. ; d. unm. 

2610. Stephen De Catue, b. 

2611. Maey Claee, b. ; m. Oliver P. McGill, 

1844 ; d. 

2612. RoBEETA, b. ; m. Chas. Brooke, s. p.; d. 

1193 

Graeme Keith Spence married Susan Shaw Randall, 
daughter of Thos. Randall of Baltimore, Md., 1820. 

2613. Keith, b. 

2614. Chaelotte Heneietta, b. 

2615. Maey Teaill, b. Aug., 1823. 

2616. RoBT. Traill Townsend, b. Dec. 5, 1829 ; m. 

Maria W. Hazlitt, Oct. 17, 1871. 
Mrs. Susan Shaw (Randall) Spence died on Oct. 7, 
1882. 

* U . S . Minister-resident at Constantinople 1854. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 217 

1194 

Louisa Josepha Whipple Spence married Isaac W. 
Pickering, Aug. 15, 1818. 

2617. Robert Traill, b. ; d. Feb. 23, 1837. 

2618. Mary At^n Josepha, b. ; m. And. J. Pen- 

hallow, Jan. 8, 1846; d. July 22, 1868. 

2619. Isaac, b. ; m. Maria Pond, s. p. 

2620. Chas. Wm. Whipple, b. ; m. Mary P. 

Stearns, Jan. 7, 1847; d. Feb. 29, 1888. 

2621. Maria Louisa, b. Nov. 16, 1826; m. Geo. H. 

Place, June 11, 1851 ; d. May 23, 1881. 
Isaac W. Pickering^, son of William^, John'*, James^, 
Thomas^ John^. 

1197 

John Henry Sherburne, son of John Samuel and Sub- 
mit (Boyd) Sherburne, married Mary Hall, daughter 
of Hon. Elijah Hall, Sept., 1812. 

2622. Caroline, b. 

2623. Virginia, b. ; m. Judge Glenn. 

2624. JoHisr Henry, b. ; m. Miss Devens. 

2625. Georgianna Hall, b. ; m. Hull. 

1300 

Eliza Langdon, daughter of Hon. John and Eliza- 
beth (Sherburne) Langdon, married Thomas Elwyn, 
July 16. 1797, of Canterbury, Eng. 

2626. Catherine Cecilia, b. May 4, 1798; m. Benj. 

"Woolsey Rogers, 1819 ; d. Mar. 14, 1833. 

2627. Elinor Elizabeth, b. 1800 ; m. Edward Dela- 

field, M. D., Oct., 1821 ; d. Apr. 24, 1835. 

2628. Jno. Langdon, b. Feb., 1801 ; d. unm., Jan. 

30, 1876. 

2629. Emily Sophia, b. Mar. 12, 1802; m. Col. Jno. 

Ewing, 1832 ; d. Mar. 13, 1878. 
28 



2i8 CuTTS Genealogy. 

2630. Alfred Wm. Langdon, b. July, 1804 ; m. 

Mary Middleton Mease, Jan. 31, 1832; d. 
Mar. 15, 1884. 

2631. Chas. Henry, b. July, 1807 ; d. unm., Jan., 

1848. 

2632. Emma Matilda, b, Jan. 16, 1809; d. unm., 

May, 1862. 

2633. Thos. Octavius, b. Oct. 22, 1811; d. Oct., 

1828. 

2634. Wm. Octavius, b. Oct. 22, 1811; d. Aug. 

1831. 
Thomas Elwyn, son of Thomas and Eliza (Hulke) 
Elwyn, d. Mar. 22, 1816. 

Maria Tufton Haven, daughter of Nathaniel Apple- 
ton and Mary Tufton ( Moffatt) Haven, married Alex- 
ander Ladd of Portsmouth, N. H., Dec. 29, 1807. 

2635. Haven, b. 1809; Dartmouth College 1829; 

d. 1829. 

2636. Alex. Hamilton, b. 1810; d. 1812. 

2637. Chas. Henry, b. 1812; m. Sarah L. Fowle, 

1839. 

2638. Charlotte Anne, b. 1813 ; m. Samuel E. 

Cones, May 29, 1833. 

2639. Alex. Hamilton, b. 1815 ; m. Elizabeth W. 

Jones. 

2640. Mary, b. 1816; d. unm., 1841. 

2641. Caroline Sarah, b. 1818 ; m. Jno. Lord 

Hayes, 1839. 

2642. Elizabeth Chauncy, b. 1819; d. Sept. 10, 

1820. 

2643. Maria Tufton, b. 1821 ; d. 1835. 

2644. Emily Appleton, b. 1823; d. June 12, 

1836. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 219 

2645. Jno. Tufton Masoii, b. 1826; d. Apr. 8, 

1827. 

2646. Adeline Haven, b. 1828 ; d. 1836. 

2647. Sophia Catheeine, b. 1831 ; d. 1836. 

Mr. Ladd was president of the N. H. Hist. Society 
in 1830-1831, and died in 1855. 

Nathaniel Appleton Haven (Jr.) married Eliza Went- 
wortli Haven, Jan. 8, 1816; H. C. 1807 ; studied law 
Jer. Mason; bar 1811. 

2648. Nancy Woodward, b. 1816; d. 1835. 

2649. MaryTufton, b. 1818; d. 1819. 

2650. Francis Tufton, b. 1819; d. Sept. 12, 1820. 

2651. Adeline, b. June 3, 1821 ; d. 1828. 

2652. Horace Appleton, b. 1822 ; Harvard College 

1842; d. 1843. 

2653. Eliza Appleton, b. Aug. 1, 1824. 

2654. Charlotte Maria, b. 1825. 

Sarah Catherine Odiorne, daughter of William and 
Lucy Texia (Moffatt) Odiorne, married Andrew Leigh- 
ton, Dec, 1814. 

2655. William W., b. Dec. 26, 1815; m. Susan 

Hall, Sept. 2, 1844; d. Oct. 4, 1885. 

2656. Miriam, b. May 7, 1819; m. Wm. Hill, Nov. 

27, 1849. 

2657. Lucy, b. May 6, 1821; m. (1) T. Ferguson; 

(2) Geo. M. Stevens. 

2658. Chas., b. June 9, 1822 ; M. D., Sinking Springs, 

Ohio. 

2659. Aug. Lord, b. Nov. 2, 1825. 

2660. Charlotte Lord, b. Oct. 25, 1829 ; d. unm., 

July 21, 1847. 



220 CuTTS Genealogy. 

2661. Mary H., b. Sept. 24, 1831 ; m. Wm. Pool. 

2662. Catherine, b. Mar. 10, 1834; m. Eli Lamprey. 

2663. Sarah H., b. Mar. 22, 1839; m. H. F. Don- 

nell, 1859. 

1207 

Abigail Vickery Odiorne married Oliver Butler, Nov., 
1819. 

2664. Haven Appleton, b. Aug. 29, 1820; m. Lucy 

P. Ricker, May 23,1841. 

2665. Oliver (Jr.), b. 1822; d. y. 

Oliver Butler was a collector of taxes in Berwick, 
Maine, 1816. 

1209 

William Odiorne (Jr.) married Louisa J. Haley, 1828, 

2666. William, b. Aug. 29, 1829; d. Aug. 3, 1830. 

2667. Georgianna, b. June 25, 1831 ; m. Jolm 

Adams. 

2668. Gabriella, b. June 8, 1833; d. June 29, 

1833. 

2669. Althesta Wiswell, b. Feb. 4, 1835 ; d. Sept. 

18, 1840. 

2670. Clarissa ^Vmelia Gushing, b. July 23, 1837 ; 

d. June 13, 1851. 

2671. Elizabeth White, b. Oct. 26, 1839; m. Mr. 

Mellen. 

2672. Wm. Haley, b. Aug. 18, 1842 ; d. Aug. 23, 

1842. 

2673. Margaret Jane, b. Aug. 18, 1842; d. Aug. 

26,1842; 

2674. Melvin Haley, b. Jan. 4, 1845 ; d. Aug. 23, 

1^4b. 

2675. Emily Cleaves, b. Aug. 18, 1847'; d. Sept. 8, 

1847. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 221 

ISIO 

Samuel Moffatt Odiorne married Clarissa Amelia 
Gushing, May 25, 1834. 

2Q16^ William Thomas, b. Feb. 11, 1843 ; m. Char- 
lotte A. Wright, s. p., Wakefield, Mass., Nov. 
11, 1868; d. June 26, 1870. 

2677. Levi Lincoln, b. Mar. 29, 1846. 

2678. Lucy Ann, b. July 16, 1837; m. Wm. J 

Bridger, June 25, 1854. 

2679. Clara Loking, b. Mar. 13, 1839. 

1211 

Nathaniel Haven Odiorne married Abigail H. Searle, 
Jan. 14, 1846. 

2680. Abigail, b Apr. l'2, 1853 : d. Sept. 11, 1853. 

1314 

Joseph Moffatt, son of Samuel R. C. Moffatt and 
Sarah (Lobdell) Moffatt, of Boston, Mass., married 
Miss Jones. 

2681. , b. 

2682. , b. 

2f;83. , b. 

Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Moffatt said to have had three 
children, but their names are unknown. 

1219 

Daniel Hearl Treadwell, son of Robert Odiorne and 
Ann Stocker (Pearse) Treadwell, married Ann Eustis 
Langdon, May 4, 1820. 

. 2684. Robert Odiorne, b. Oct. 31. 1822; M. D.; m. 
, Marianna Weston. 

2685. Wm. Hearl, b. Oct. 15, 1824 ; m. Ellen Pear- 

son, Apr. 11, 1854. 

2686. Daniel Hearl, b. 1827; d. June 3, 1847. 



222 CuTTS Genealogy. 

2687. Geo. Langdon, b. 1829 ; m. F. P. Richardson. 

2688. Ann Eustis, b. Oct., 1831 ; d. Jan. 6, 1856. 

2689. John Pierce, b. Feb. 26, 1889. 

2690. Emily, b. 1886; m. Quincy W. Phillips, June 

11, 1863; d. Apr. 12, 1890. 
Daniel H. Treadwell (Sr.) died 1864. 

Samuel John Odiorne, son of Samuel and Temper- 
ance (Underwood) Odiorne, married Abigail Page. 

2691. Elizabeth Deering, b. Noy. 19, 1813 ; m. 

H. R. French. 

2692. Caroline Lucy, b. July 20, 1818 ; m. John 

Patten. 
2698. Susan S., b. Apr. 30, 1821 ; d. Aug. 8, 1839. 

2694. Samuel, b. Jan. 14, 1824 ; m. Amanda O. Brihy. 

2695. Abigail M., b. Aug. 10, 1827 ; m. B. V. Stinson. 

2696. Sarah Ann, b. Nov. 5, 1829; m. E. Chandler. 

2697. Catherine A., b. Aug. 5, 1836. 

1994 

William Cutts Odiorne married Nancy Mitchell, Dec, 
1819. 

2698. Emily, b. Apr. 30, 1822; m. True W. Town- 

send. 

2699. Mary Jane, b. Sept. 4, 1824 ; d. untn., Aug. 

23, 1860. 
• 2700. Wm. Henry, b. Oct. 1, 1826 ; d. unm., 1846. 

1330 

Judith Odiorne, daughter of Daniel and Abigail 
(Clear) Odiorne, married Isaac C. Frost, son of Eliot 
and Jane ( ) Frost, Feb. 1, 1838. 

2701. Charlotte Odiorne, b. May 27, 1811. 

2702. John Albert, b. June 30, 1843. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 223 

Daniel Odiorne (Jr.) married Eliza Bird, 1830. 

2703. Chas. Bird, b. May 29, 1831; m. Anna J. 

Rayner, Oct. 1, 1865. 

2704. Eliza Bird, b. 1833 ; m. J. Bentham Dennett. 

1333 

John Vickerey Odiorne married . 

2705. Abigail, b. 

1334 

Placentia Odiorne married Daniel Bartlett, Oct. 9, 
1837. 

2706. Elizabeth D., b. Feb. 22, 1839 ; m. Benj. F. 

Downing, Dec. 26, 18B3. 

2707. George E., b. ; m. Ellen Whitney, Dec. 

31, 1864. 

1330 

Joshua Brackett Whidden, sou of Elisha and Sarah 
A. (Odiorne) Whidden, married Hannah Sheafe Pearse, 
Dec, 1825. 

2708. Mary Pearse, b. Feb. 15, 1827; d. Mar. 15, 

1828. 

2709. Anna Treadwell, b. Feb. 19, 1828 ; d. unm., 

Mar. 26, 1854. 

1337 

John Melcher Whidden married Mary Appleton. 

2710. Catherine Tappan, b. ; m. Frank Hastings. 

2711. John, Durkie, b. ; m. Helen F. Tiifany. 

1346 

Sarah Henderson Pearse, daughter of Samuel and 
Sarah (Henderson) Pearse, married John J. White. 



224 CuTTS Genealogy. 

2712. Amelia McAllistek, b. 

2713. Sarah Henderson, b. 

2714. Annie Louise, b. ; m. (1) Thos. H. Lee; 

(2) Wm. H. Robinson. 

1249 

Joshua Winslow Peirce, son of John and Mary 
(Pearse) Peirce, married Emily vSheafe, daughter of 
William and Anna (Wentworth) Sheaf e, May 14, 
1823. 

2715. John Peter, b. Apr. 25, 1824 ; d. unm., Mar., 

1876. 

2716. Sarah Coffin, b. Apr. 24, 1826; m. Wm. 

Kennard. 

2717. Ann Wentworth, b. July 1, 1827. 

2718. Emily Sheafe, b. Nov. 28, 1828 ; d. Sept. 17, 

1829. 

2719. Joseph Wentworth, b. Dec. 18, 1829; m. 

Ann S. Sise. 

2720. Joshua Rindge, b. Nov. 14, 1831 ; m. Marcia 

Robinson. 

2721. Mary Pearse, b. Jan. 23, 1833 ; m. Louis 

Parsons ; d. Sept. 10, 1858. 

2722. Jas. Sheafe, b. Feb. 26, 1834; d. Mar. 2, 

1834. 

2723. Mark Wentworth, b. Mar. 12, 1835; d. Apr., 

1835. 

2724. Wm. Augustus, b. July 16, 1836; m. Susan 

Smith. 
27-25. Daniel Rindge, b. Aug. 11, 1837; d. Mar. 

31, 1839. 
2726. Robert Cutts, b. Jan. 3, 1840; m. Marianna 

Hackett, Nov. 14, 1877. 
Mrs. Emily (Sheafe) Pierce died Mar. 9, 1871, ae. 
75. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 225 

1354 

Emily Peabody Pearse, daughter of Stephen and 
Sarah H. (Peabody) Pearse, married William A. Rice, 
Aug. 81, 1829. 

2727. Oliver Peabody, b. 1830; m. Julia Eames. 

2728. Maky Peaese, b. 1832; m. Edwin P. Rice, 

July 3, 1856. 

2729. Emily, b. 1834; d. y. 

2730. Abby Pakker, b. Mar. 14, 1836 ; m. Geo. S. 

Rice ; d. Dec. 16, 1882. 

2731. Lucretia Everett, b. Mar. 20, 1838; m. Rus- 

sell Jar vis, June 19, 1862. 

2732. William A. (Jr.), b. Nov. 16, 1839. 

2733. Horace, b. Jan. 17, 1841. 

2734. Chas. Burroughs, b. Jan. 25, 1843; m. Caro- 

line T. Williams. 
William A. Rice died July 28, 1849. 

1255 

Oliver Peabody Pearse married Delia Swett. A / ^ ^ ^ 

2735. John Barnard, b. . ^^ /^/4* 

1257 

Charlotte Pearse married Judge Charles Woodman, 
Oct. 6, 1840. f t..<. A. 

2736. Lucretia P., b. /^^x; m. A^fei. Morse, h . yyi<A.l, /^ /'V 

2737. MaryP., b. /?V3 <k^h-v U f-r; 

2738. Edward, b. ; d. unm., 187«.;^^ ^ 

2739. Susan, b. . ^ 

1S67 

Sarah Briard Appleton, daughter of William and 
Sarah (Briard) Appleton, married John A. Knowles. 

2740. Mary Appleton, b. 

29 



226 CuTTS Genealogy. 

2741. John A., b. 

2742. Louise A., b. 

2743. Henry Miles, b. 

1^69 

Martha Ann Appleton married John W. Wilson. 

2744. William Appleton, b. 

2745. James A., b. 

2746. Juliette, b. 

1270 

William Appleton Drown, son of Thomas P. and 
Mehitable Cutts (Appleton) Drown, married Mary E. 
Pierce. 

2747. Wm. Appleton, b. ; m. Eliz. Darling. 

2748. James E., b. . 

2749. Thomas M., b. 

1373 

Sarah Appleton Drown married William Stavers, 

2750. Thomas A., b. 

2751. William A., b. 

2752. George E., b. 

2753. Pice:ering, b. 

2754. Sarah A., b. 

1974 

Anna R. P. Drown married Joseph W. Ham. 

2755. Anne R, b. ; m. S. P. Ferrec. 

2756. Sarah M., b. 

1975 

Elizabeth Wise, daughter of Daniel and Hannah 
(Hubbard) Wise, married John Frost, July 23, 
1815. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 227 

2757. Wm. Augustus, b. May 31, 1816; d. unm., 

Jan. 20, 1835. 

2758. Maey, b. Nov. 8, 1817. 

2759. Hannah Elizabeth, b. Feb. 4, 1820 ; d. Dec. 

11, 1825. 

2760. Elizabeth, b. 

John Frost died July 8, 1856, se. 6^, 

1976 

John Wise (M. D.) married Sophia Paul, Sept. 8, 
1816. 

2761. John Paul, b. July 5, 1817; m. Mary N. 

Crockett, May 19, 1844. 

2762. SalinaT., b. May 11, 1820; m. M. Drown, 

Dec. 17, 1844, s. p.; d. Dec. 22, 1876. 

2763. Henry Morrill, b. Oct. 20, 1822 ; d. unm., 

Nov. 26, 1844. 

2764. Oliver Frost, b. July 2, 1825 ; d. y. 

Mrs. Sophia (Paul) Wise died July 10, 1870, se. 81. 

1977 

Mary Wise married Moses Morrill, Dec, 4, 1816. 

2765. Hannah Catherine, b. Apr. 12, 1819; m. 

Jas. B. Libby, 1839 ; d. May 2, 1879. 
Mrs. Mary (Wise) Morrill married (2) Ichabod 
Butler, 1823. 

2766. Moses Morrill, b. Mar. 8, 1824; Bowdoin 

College 1845 ; d. 

2767. Edward Heymann, b. 1823; d. 1826. 

1978 

Daniel Wise married Mary Walker, Aug. 27, 1820. 

2768. Wm. Gray, b. May 23, 1821; m. Annie H. 

Pierrepont, Oct. 16, 1843; d. Sept. 13, 

1886. 



228 CuTTS Genealogy. 

1280 

George Wise married Mary Goodridge, Oct., 1834. 

2769. George L., b. Dec. 18, 1835 ; d. at sea, Jan. 

20, 1854. 

2770. Daniel W., b. Mar. 5, 1838. 

2771. Mary Goodredge, h. Feb. 13, 1840; m. Capt. 

Horatio Moody, July 10, 1862. 

Mrs. Mary G. Wise died July 23, 1840. 

George Wise married (2) Caroline Millican, Jan., 
1846, who died Dec. 17, 1883. 

George Wise married (3) Georgianna Washburn 
Gilligan, Sept. 16, 1885. 

1981 

Hannah Wise married Dr. Jefferson Smith. 

2772. Geo. Henry, b. 

2773. Hannah Elizabeth, b. 

2774. Daniel, b. 

1989 

William W. Wise, son of Michael and Hannah (Kim- 
ball) Wise, married Jane L. . 

2775. Olive E., b. Oct. 15, 1822; m. Claudius B. 

Williams, Aug. 18, 1852. 

2776. Mary Ann, b. ; m. Jos. Titcomb, Dec. 

23, 1853. 

2777. Emily, b. Nov. 16, 1826. 

2778. Sarah, b. 

2779. William, b. ; d. unm. 

Mrs. Jane L, Wise died Feb. 11, 1872, se. 79 yrs. 6 mos. 

1989 

Mary Colman Ward, daughter of Pemberton and 
Isabel (Wetherell) Ward, married Jeremiah Myers of 
Middlebury, Vt., Nov. 27, 1845. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 229 

2780. Edwaed Pemberton, b. Oct. 1, 1846; m. 

Clara P. Fogg, Nov. 28, 1867 ; d. July 18, 
1888. 

2781. Ephraim Ward, b. Aug. 16, 1848; d. June 8, 

1851. 

2782. Wm. Colman, b. Oct. 19, 1850 ; d. Jan. 8, 1852. 
Jeremiali Myers died in Neponset, Mass., May 23, 

1881, ge. 77. 

1390 

George Lee Ward married Caroline Pepoon Jenkins 
of Albany, N. Y., Dec. 7, 1847. 

2783. John Stanley, b. Jan. 27, 1849; d. Dec. 29, 

1849. 

2784. Elizabeth Jenklns, b. July 24, 1850; d. 

unm. 

2785. Annle Norton, b. Sept. 11, 1853 ; d. unm. 

2786. Frank Pemberton, b. Sept. 15, 1855; m. 

Myra Blair Chadwick, Oct. 27, 1884. 

2787. Charlotte Sprague, b. Apr. 30, 1859. 

2788. Harold, b. Aug. 25, 1862. 

Mrs. Caroline P. (Jenkins) AVard died in Boston, 
Mass., Jan. 12, 1887. 

George L. Ward died in New York city, Jan. 4, 
1889. 

1S91 

Susan Davenport Ward married Francis W. R. Emery 

(Ms third wife), May 22, 1848. 

2789. Andrew Carney, b. 1849 ; d. 1851.^ 

2790. George Deane, b. May 24, 1851 ; living unm., 

in W. Lebanon, Me. 
Francis W. R. Emery died in Glascow, Feb., 1^60. 
Mrs. Susan D. (Ward) Emery died in Neponset, 
Mass., Apr. 29, 1875. 



230 CuTTS Genealogy. 

1293 

Maria Hall Ward married George Howe Deane of 
BostoD, May 8, 1843. 

2791. Chas. Pemberton, b. Jan. 20, 1845 ; m. Mary 

D. Child, June 30, 1869. 

2792. Isabella Waed, b. Aug. 28, 1846. 

1393 

Lucy A. Ward married Thomas Morey of Boston, 
May 8, 1843. 

2793. Arthur Ward, b. Sept. 7, 1847; d. W. Brook- 

field, Aug. 3, 1850. 
2791. Fanny Ward, b. Nov. 11, 1850; m. Walter 
Currier Rose, Mar. 26, 1891. 

2795. Isabel Pemberton, b. Sept. 13, 1855. 

2796. Wm. Fred'k de Dopff, b. Oct. 10, 1858. 

2797. Gertrude, b. Aug. 17, 1862; m. (1) Fred'k 

Aug. Cowdin, July 24, 1884, who d, July 24, 
1884; (2) June 1, 1887, Wm. Frederick 
Swain, son of Dr. Swain of Copake, N. Y. 

1294 

Eliza Jane Ward married Francis A. Houghton, Dec. 
14, 1848. 

2798. Annie Lee, b. Mar., 1850 ; m. Oswald Hale 

Abbott. June 18, 1885; d. Oct. 5, 1886. 

2799. Stanley Ward, b. Aug. 16, 1854; m. Minnie 

B. Allen, Nov. 5, 1879. 

2800. Frank A, b. Dec. 2, 1856; living in San 

Francisco, Cal. 
Francis A. Houghton (Sr.) died Sept. 11, 1857. 
Mrs. E. J. (Waid) Houghton married (2) Robert 
Rhoades in 1866. 

2801. Mabel, b. Feb. 5, 1867. 

Mrs. E. J. (Ward) Rhoades died in Hyde Park, 
Mass., Apr. 15, 1873. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 231 

1395 

Frances Isabella Ward married Dr. Charles Martin, 
U. S. Navy, Oct. 9, 1855. 

2802. Edwat^d Ward, b. July 11, 1856 ; m. Eleanor 

Wigg, June 15, 1882. 

1396 

Harriet Stickney, daughter of Thomas and Mary 
(Ward) Stickney, married John W. Hubbard, Nov. 5, 
1820. 

2803. Samuel Austin, b. Oct. 2, 1821 ; m. Feb., 

1878, s. p.; d. Apr. 25, 1888. 

2804. Julius Williams, b. July 6, 1823 ; d. unm., 

Nov., 1886. 

2805. Harriet Stickney, b. June 9, 1825 ; m. Jos. 

Clinton Gregg, Sept. 12, 1865. 
John W. Hubbard was born in Brookfield, Vt., and 
a son of Roswell Hubbard. He graduated at Dart- 
mouth College 1814. Studied with Gov. Van Ness 
and Samuel M. Burnside. Admitted to the bar in 
1817, and practiced in Worcester, Mass., until his death 
in 1825, Sept. 19. 

1997 

Charlotte Stickney married Henry Ludovicus Reed, 
Mar. 14, 1826. 

2806. Henry Clark, b. Nov. 20, 1827; m. Kate 

Ring, Oct. 11, 1853; she d. June 4, 1867; 
he d. Mar. 10, 1861. 

2807. Thos. Denny, b. Feb. 9, 1830 ; d. unm., Jan. 

7, 1877. 

2808. John Wm., b. Oct. 25, 1831 ; d. Aug. 16, 

1832. 

2809. Mary Elizabeth, b. Apr. 10, 1833 ; m. Isaac 

Haas, Sept. 15, 1859. 



232 CuTTS Genealogy. 

2810. John Ludovicus, b. June 25, 1836 ; m. Liz- 

zie Bigham, Nov. 10, 1864, s. p. 

2811. Charlotte Stickney, b. Mar. 1, 1839 ; m. 

Wm. S. Everett, June 6, 1865. 

2812. Julia Lyle, b. Sept. 15, 1841 ; living unm. 

with her mother in Chambers burg, Penn. 
Henry L. Reed died in Chambersburg, Penn., Sept. 
16, 1888. He was born in Boston, Mass., Sept. 18, 
1790. 

1298 

Elizabeth Ward Stickney married Thos. W. Hall, 
May 22, 1832. 

2813. Thos. Wm., b. Sept. 25, 1833. 

2814. BuEGESs Clayton, b. May 16, 1835; d. Dec. 

11, 1836. 

2815. Elizabeth Waed, b. Jan. 17, 1837. 

2816. Mary Stickney, b. Mar. 16, 1838. 

2817. Annee Amelia, b. July 13, 1840. 

2818. CoLMAN Ward, b. May 25, 1842 ; d. July 13, 

1843. 

2819. Bertha Ellen, b. July 3, 1844; m. Geo. A. 

Ahrens, June 10, 1869. 

2820. Clayton Colman, b. Aug. 24, 1847. 
Thos. W. Hall (Sr.) died Oct. 13, 1872. 

1302 

Harriet Colman Davenport, daughter of Elijah and 
Susan (Ward) Davenport, married George Davenport, 
son of Nathaniel Davenport of Milton, Mass., Nov. 13, 
1828. 

2821. Susan Ward, b. Dec. 16, 1830 ; unm., Ded- 

ham, Mass. 

2822. LomsA Colman, b. Mar. 28, 1836 ; Dedham, 

Mass. 
Geo. Davenport died May 10, 1872, se. 67. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 233 

1304 

Henry Davenport married Caroline Howe, June 14, 
1843. 

2823. Ellen Maria, b. Dec. 5, 1844; d. Aug. (3, 

1846. 

2824. Chas. Henry, b. June 26, 1846 ; d. Jan. 10, 

1847. 

2825. (A son), b. and d. Feb. 25, 1848. 

2826. Annie Ward, b. Feb. 9, 1850 ; m. Dr. Clement 

Cleveland, Jan. 17, 1874. 

2827. Francis Henry, b. Mar. 27, 1851 ; m. Eliza- 

beth Brewster, June 4, 1879. 

2828. George Howe, b. June 17, 1852 ; m. (1) Caro- 

line Hutchins, Sept. 25, 1877, who d. May 
26, 1878 ; (2) Camilla H. Chase, Nov. 7, 
1885. 

1305 

William Ward Davenport married Julia E. Monefeldt 
of Charleston, S. C, Dec. 12, 1844. 

2829. Chas. Augustus, b. Oct. 10, 1845. 

Kev. William Ward Davenport died suddenly in 
Pau, France, May 20, 1870. 

1307 

Eliza Ward Davenport married Charles F. Bray, Mar. 

28, 1843. 

2830. Emma F., b. July 19, 1844; m. Julius A. Ris- 

ing, Oct. 12, 1865. 

2831. Maria Louisa, b. Apr. 4, 1846. 

2832. Wm. Davenport, b. June 15, 1848; d. Feb. 

15, 1854. 

2833. Catherine Davenport, b. Aug. 5, 1855; m. 

Arthur Burnham, Sept. 30, 1875. 
Charles F. Bray died in Boston, Dec. 8, 1883. 
30 



234 CuTTS Genealogy. 

i:t09 

Susan Ward Cutler, daughter of Joseph and Phebe 
(Ward) Cutter, married Kev. Hubbard Winslow, May 
21, 1829. 

2834. Anna, b. Dec. 24, 1832 ; m. Edward Warren, 

Jan. 13, 1853; d. Nov. 28, 1869. 

2835. Edward Hubbard, b. Dec. 26, 1835 ; m. Helen 

Ayer, Sept. 1, 1859. 

2836. Wm. Copley, b. Jan. 13, 1840 ; m. Harriet S. 

Hayward. 

2837. Kenelm, b. June 15, 1843; d. unm. in Paris, 

France, Oct. 24, 1867. 
Rev. Hubbard Winslow died at Williston, Vt, Aug. 
13, 1864. 

ISIO 

Joseph Edwin Cutler married Elizabeth Warner, 
daughter of Philip Warner of Jackson, N. Y., Oct. 8, 
1827. 

2838. Phebe Ward, b. Aug. 31, 1829; m. Chas. M. 

Wood, Nov. 13, 1864; d. May 25. 1889. 

2839. Jos. Warner, b. Dec. 27, 1831; m. Emily C. 

Keep, May 3, 1864, s. p.; d. May 18, 1871. 
Mrs. Elizabeth (Warner) Cutler died Feb. 3, 1832. 
Joseph E. Cutler married (2) her sister, Phoebe War- 
ner, Sept. 3, 1832. 

2840. Wm. Pliny, b. June 13, 1834; m. Jennie 

Spencer, May 14, 1868, s. p., who d. Mar. 
12, 1890. 

2841. Edwin AVard, b. Aug. 31, 1836 ; m. Hannah 

, Oakland, Cal. 

2842. Martha Brown, b. Dec. 9, 1840; d. Mar. 12, 

1841. 
Mrs. Phebe (Warner) Cutler died in W. Brookfield, 
Mass., Mar. 18, 1890, a). 84. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 235 

William Ward Cutler (M. D.) married Charlotte Up 
Lam, daughter of Phiiieas Upham, Esq., Feb. 4, 1839. 
She died in Boston, May 26, 1850, s. p. He next mar- 
ried Mary Williams, daughter of Thomas and sister of 
Hon. Chas. Williams of New London, Conn., May 4, 
1854. 

2843. Thos. Williams, b. May 27, 1856 ; d. Dec. 26, 

1861. 

2844. Ellen Williams, b. May 20, 1859 ; d. Mar. 

3, 1861. 

2845. CoLMAN Ward, b. Apr. 23, 1862 ; Yale Col- 

lege ; M. D. in St. Luke's Hospital, N. Y. 

Mrs. Mary (Williams) Cutler died Nov. 4, 1863. 

Wm. W. Cutler, M. D., married Sophia Hall, daugh- 
ter of Hon. Allen Hall of Nashville, Tenn. U. S. Min- 
ister to Colombia, Sept. 5, 1865. She married Mons. 
Albert Jossier and lives in Mende, Loren, France, of 
which place her husband is now Prefect. 

1330 

Mary E. Rice Goodwin, daughter of Jeremiah and 
Sarah A. (Penhallow) Goodwin, married John Treat 
Paine. 

2846. John, b. Aug. 12, 1829; d. unm., Feb. 7, 

1851. 

2847. Jeremiah, b. Aug. 12, 1829 ; d. Dec. 2, 1832. 

2848. Isabella Sewall, b. Sept. 30, 1830; m. 

Horatio G. Herrick, Aug. 20, 1848; d. Jan. 
12, 1857. 

2849. Jeremiah Goodwin, b. Aug. 19, 1832; d. 

unm., Nov. 30, 1851. 

2850. Sarah Penhallow, b. Oct. 11, 1835; m. 

Nathaniel Hobbs, Sept. 29, 1853 ; d. Feb. 6, 
1854. 



236 CuTTS Genealogy. 

2851. Mary Louise, b. Mar. 31, 1838 ; d. June 12, 

1840. 

2852. Mary Louise, b. 1841 ; d. 1844. 

2853. Lucy Allen, b. June 13, 1844; m. George S. 

Payne, May 2, 1882. 

2854. Mary Alice, b. Dec. 29, 1847; d. Sept. 19, 
1849. 

John Treat Paine died July 21, 1865. 

1331 

Sarah Lord Goodwin married Ichabod Goodwin Jor- 
dan, Feb. 21, 1833. 

2855. Arabella Cazenove, b. Sept. 29, 1835; m. 

Franklin L Kollins, Nov. 22, 1854. 

2856. Sarah Beach, b. Aug. 10, 1837 ; d. Oct. 30, 

1837. 

2857. Goodwin, b. Aug. 6, 1840; d. 1840. 

2858. Ichabod Goodwin, b. Sept. 26, 1842; d. 1842. 

2859. Penhallow, b. June 14, 1847 ; d. 1847. 

2860. Annie Pi<;NHALL0w, b. Feb. 6, 1849 ; m. A. 

H. Sweetser, Apr. 19, 1871. 
Ichabod G. Jordan died Feb. 21, 1873, se. 67. 

13S3 

Arabella Stuart, daughter of Col. Charles and Eliza 
(Austin) Stuart, married Professor Francis Bowen. 

2861. CiiAS. Stuart, b. ; H. C. 1871. 

2862. Maria, b. 

2863. Helen Elizabeth, b. 

1335 

Deblois Pearce Penhallow, son of David Pearce and 
Mary (Yeaton) Penhallow, married Ida Turner, Jan. 
13, 1877. 

2864. Henry, b. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 237 

13S9 

Paris Hill Folsom, son of Rev. Nathaniel S. and Ann 
W. (Penhallow) Folsom, married Eleanor Elizabeth 
Lowry, May 31, 1864. 

2865. Elizabeth Penhallow, b. Dec. 19, 1865; 

d.y. 

2866. Theo. Cakruthers, b. May 9, 1869. 

2867. Paris Penhallow, b. Dec. 6, 1871. 

2868. Justin Nathaniel, b. Feb. 15, 1874; d. y. 

2869. Anna Wendell, b. Jan. 16, 1876. 

2870. Blanche Eleanor, b. Dec. 5, 1878. 

2871. Charles, b. Nov. 10, 1881. 

1331 

Harriet Elizabeth Folsom married Edwin Pascal 
Davis, Oct. 22, 1877. 

2872. Chas. Edmund, b. Aug. 3, 1878 ; d. y. 

2873. MiNOT, b. Oct. 8, 1879. 

2874. Mary Gilman, b. Nov. 20, 1882. 

2875. Pearce Penhallow, b. ; d. y. 

2876. Margaret Penhallow, b. Aug. 22, 1885. 

1336 

Susan Purcell Penhallow, daughter of Andrew Jack- 
son and Mary Ann J. (Pickering) Penhallow, married 
George Kussell Freeman, July, 1877. 

2877. EussELL Penhallow, b. May 22, 1878. 

2878. Susan Paulina, b. Jan. 18, 1881. 

2879. Edmund Otis, b. 

1339 

David Pearce Penhallow married Sarah Dunlap, May 
4, 1876. 

2880. Dunlap — Pearce, b. Aug. 9, 1880. 



238 CuTTs Genealogy. 

1S40 

Hannah Austin Penhallow married Frank C. Lane, 
Feb. 10, 188(>. 

2881. Helen Penhallow, b. June 23, 1887. 

1344 

Chas. Sherburne Penhallow, son of Pearce WentwortL 
and E. W. P. (Sherburne) Penhallow, married Mary 
King Coffin, daughter of Prof. J. C. Coffin, U. S. N., 
Apr. 18, 1881. 

2882. Chas. Sherburne, b. Feb. 25, 1882. 

2883. Helen Olcott, b. July 4, 1883. 

2884. Eveline, b. Mar. 16, 1885. 

2885. Pearoe Wentworth, b. June, 1888 ; d. Aug., 
1889. 

13^3 

William Pearce Penhallow, son of Benjamin Hunking 
and Hepzibah (Shepherd) Penhallow, married Fannie 
C. Millard, Milwaukee, Wis., Nov. 18, 1880. 

2886. KoY WiBiRD, b. Feb. 25, 1882. 

2887. Arthur Millard, b. Feb. 7, 1884. 

1361 

Melancthon Woolsey Borland, son of John and Re- 
becca Nelson (Woolsey) Borland, married Julia Gib- 
son, daughter of Isaac Gibson. 

2888. Jas. Lloyd, b. ; d. y. 

2889. Madeline, b. ; m. Dr. Louis McLane 

Tiffany. 

2890. John, b. ; m. Constance Rives. 

1363 

John Nelson Borland, M, D., married Madeline Gibson. 

2891. Rebecca Nelson, b. ; m. Jas. Jackson. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 239 

2892. Julia, b. ; m. Francis Lee Higgiuson. 

2893. Wm. Gibson, b. 

2894. Jno. Nelson (Jr.), b. ; m. Alice Haven. 

1365 

Elizabeth Bartlett Jarvis, daughter of Hon. William 
and Mary Pepperrell (Sparliawk) Jarvis, married David 
Everett Wheeler, Feb. 14, 1833, second son of John B. 
Wheeler, Esq., of Orford, N. H. 

2895. Mary Elizabeth, b. May 7, 1837 ; d. Nov. 7, 

1838. 

2896. Everett Pepperrell, b. Mar. 10, 1840 ; m. 

Lydia L. Hodges, Nov. 22, 1866. 

2897. Mary H., b. Feb. 23, 1842 ; m. Rev. Cornelius 

B. Smith, May 24, 1865. 

1368 

Lydia Waldron, daughter of William and Susanna 
(Ham) AValdron, married Samuel Ham. 

2898. Samuel (Jr.), b. 1812. 

2899. Eliza, b. 1814; m. Oliver K. Hayes. 
Samuel Ham (Sr.) died in 1814. 

1374 

Thomas Westbrooke Smith, son of Jas. and Eleanor 
(Waldron) Smith, married Abigail Page, 1810. 

2900. Henry Roby, b. Mar. 14, 1811 ; d. unm., Mar. 

18, 1876. 

2901. Eliza Ann, b. Mar. 18, 1815; m. Jas. Ware 

Bradbury, Nov. 25, 1834; d. Jan. 29, 1879. 

2902. Elizabeth, b. ; d. y. 

Thomas Westbrooke Smith, an able and successful 
merchant and banker, and a man of integrity and char- 
acter, was for forty years a director and fifteen years 
president of the Augusta Bank in Maine. 



240 CuTTS Genealogy. 

1375 

Mary Smith married Benjamin Ross. 

2903. Edwjn, b. ; d. y. 

2904. Dan'l Westbrooke Waldkon, b. ; d. y. 

2905. Eleanor, b. 1819; d. unm. 

2906. Philip Williams, b. ; m. Mary Cook. 

2907. Harriet Boardman, b. ; m. H. E. Dingley. 

2908. Abigail Smith, b. ; m. H. L. Broaders, s. p. 

2909. Mary Ann, b. July, 1829 ; d. unm. 

2910. Susan Howard, b. 1831. 

2911. Elizabeth Westbrooke, b. 1833; d. y. 

1378 

Ann Boardman, daughter of David and Abigail 
( Waldron) Boardman, married Capt. John Biley, Oct. 
29, 1813. 

2912. John, b. ; m. Mary Pendexter Dover; d. 

Aug. 19, 1884. 

2913. Harriet, b. ; m. Wm. H. Aldeu. 

2914. Hazen, b. ; m. Susan Bailey. 

2915. Ann, b. ; m. Abel Whitton. 

2916. Mary, b. ; m. Jno. Q. A. Smith; d. Oct* 

9, 1863. 

2917. Abigail, b. ; m. G. T. Sewall. 

2918. Lucretia, b. ; m. Jno. Q. A. Smith. 

2919. Isabella, b. 1834; m. Ezra Haskell, s. p.; d. 

Walla Walla, W. T., July 17, 1888. 

2920. CoNSTANTiA, b. ; m. Geo. J. O. Smith of 

Dover, N. H. She sailed for Chiua, Feb. 14, 
1865, and the ship was never heard from. 
Capt. John Riley died May 22, 1841. 

1384 

Nathaniel Sheafe Waldron, son of Daniel and Olive 
(Huske Sheafe) Waldron, married Virginia Riggs, 1854. 



CuTTs Genealogy. 241 

2921. Thos. Westbrooke, b. Mar. 20, 1856; d. 

1857. 

2922. Sheafe, b. 1857; d. 1864. 

2d Lieut., Sept. 13, 1831 ; 1st Lieut., July 25, 1834 ; 
Capt., Mar. 16, 1847; Brevet Major, July, 1848. 

1386 

Daniel Waldron (Jr.) married Susan Wingate, daugh- 
ter of Fred'k and Hannah (Page) Wingate, Sept. 16, 
1835. 

2923. Susan Wingate, b. June 9, 1838. 

2924. Daniel Wingate, b. Nov. 11, 1840; Rev.; m. 

Mary A. Waite, Sept. 4, 1867. 

2925. Anna Sheafe, b. Mar. 31, 1848; m. Edward 

Gould, Apr. 16, 1884. 

2926. Emma Alberta, b. Oct. 2, 1851 ; m. Jno. A. 

'Raymond, Sept. 24, 1873. 

1387 

Mary Constantia Waldron married Col. Justin Dim- 
mick, Mar. 29, 1827. 

2927. Elias J., b. Dec. 31, 1827; d. June 10, 

1835. 

2928. Otis, b. Feb. 20, 1829; d. Apr. 19, 1829. 

2929. Russell, b. Feb. 18, 1830; d. Apr. 15, 

1831. 

2930. Mary C, b. Sept. 4, 1831 ; d. Apr. 5, 

1832. 

2931. Mary Ann, b. Feb., 1835; m. Capt. Taylor, 

U. S. A.; d. Nov. 8, 1888. 

2932. Katherine, b. 1837 ; m. Capt. O. A. Mack, 

U. S. A.; d. Sept. 23, 1858. 

2933. Addie, b. ; m. Gen. Jos. Roberts; d. 

2934. Russell, b. ; m. . 

2935. Frances, b. ; m. Lieut. Edward Parry. 

31 



242 CuTTs Genealogy. 

2936. GEORaE, b. Dec. 28, 1842 ; d. Mar. 28, 1859. 

2937. Otis Siieafe, b. Apr. 24, 1844; d. May, 

1844. 

2938. Edward Cutts, b. June 15, 1847; d. Mar. 27, 

1866. 

2939. Justin Elias, b. 1849; d. May 5, 1863; Lieu- 

tenant ; mortally wounded at battle of Chan- 
cellorsville. 
General Justin Dimmick died Oct. 13, 1871. 

1391 

Benjamin Guild (Jr.), son of Benj. and Eliz. (Quincy) 
Guild, married Eliza Eliot, daughter of Samuel and 
Catherine (Atkins) Eliot of Boston, Mass., Mar., 18 17. 

2940. Benj., b. Feb., 1818; d. Apr., 1818. 

2941. Sam'l Eliot, b. Oct. 8, 1819; m. Elizabeth H. 

Rice, Feb. 9, 1847; d. July 16, 1862. 

2942. Elizabeth Quincy, b. June, 1821. 

2943. Oath. Eliot, b. Feb., 1822; d. Dec, 1824. 

2944. Harriet Jackson, b. June 9, 1825. 

2945. Charles Eliot, b. Nov. 3, 1827; m. Mary L. 

Eliot, Nov. 22, 1854. 

2946. Edward Chipman, b. Feb. 29, 1832 ; m. Emma 

Cadwallader, Oct. 8, 1861. 

1396 

Henry Rust Parker married Hannah Rust, daughter 
of Henry and Hannah (Home) Rust. (See 1 402.) 

2947. John Toppan, b. 1806 ; m. Sarah S. Seavey, 

1825; d. 1848. 

2948. Samuel Sew all, b. 1808 ; m. Jane Cate, 1825 ; 

d. 1848. 

2949. Eliza, b. 1809 ; d. unm., 1826. 

2950. Mathew Stanley, b. 1812; m. (1) Clarissa 

Blake; (2) Elizabeth Perkins; d. 1876. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 243 

1397 

William Sewall Parker, son of Mathew Stanley and 
Anna (Rust) Parker, married Mary Lord, 1803, daugh- 
ter of Capt. Russell Lord of Saybrook, Conn. 

2951. John Toppan, b. 

2952. Wm. Sewall, b. 
2958. Ph(ebe, b. ; d. y. 

2954. Maey Ann, b. ; d. y. 

2955. Samuel Lord, b. 

2956. Mary Lord, b. ; m. J. Thorington. 

2957. Je ANNETTE, b. 

2958. Henry Sewall, b. ; d. y. 

2959. Henry Sylvester, b. 

William Sewall Parker (Sr.) married (2) Delia Lord, 
daughter of Capt. Russell Lord of Saybrook, Conn., 1823. 

2960. Mathew Stanley, b. ; d. unm., 1845. 

2961. Phcebe, b. 

2962. John H., b. ; d. 1830. 

1398 

Mathew Stanley Parker married Nancy Quincy. 

2963. Caroline, b. 

2964. Chas. Hamilton, b. ; m. Cath. Snow Fran- 

cis, Oct. 3, 1832. 

2965. Eliza Ann, b. 

2966. Wm. Henry, b. 

2967. John Stanley, b. ; m. Agnes M. Carroll, 

Jan. 18, 1843. 

2968. Mary Ann, b. 

2969. Sarah Ann, b. June, 1820 ; m. Sam'l Andrews, 

July 17, 1845. 

2970. Ebenezer Francis, b. Dec. 31, 1823 ; m. E. C. 

Stone, Apr. 3, 1862. 
Mathew S. Parker married (2) Martha Francis, Nov. 
15, 1854. 



244 CuTTS Genealogy. 

1400 

Anna Rust Parker married Kev. Jaaziniali Crosby, 
Apr. 13, 1811. 

2971. Ann Parker, b. Dec. 6, 1813; m. Kev. 

Cazneaii Palfrey, D. D., May 30, 1838. 
Kev. J. Crosby died Dec. 30, 1864. 

1401 

Samuel Hale Parker married Sarah D. Parker, daugli- , 
ter of Bishop Samuel and Anne (Cutler) Parker. 

2972. Anna Elizabeth, b. ; m. Dr. J. W. Tay- 

lor, U. S. N., Aug., 1842. 

2973. Geo. Stanley, b. ; m. Alice Nesbit, 

1864. 

2974. Louisa Maria, b. ; m. J. M. Taylor, Aug. 

10, 1842. 

2975. Mary Hamilton, b. 

2976. Sam'l Hale, b. 

2977. Jas. Cutler Dunn, b. 

141^ 

Sarah Rust married James Folsom, son of Jacob and 
Elizabeth (Smart) Folsom, Nov. 19, 1819. 

2978. Alonzo William, b. Nov. 11, 1820; m. (1) 

Harriet Soden, Nov. 30, 1843 ; (2) Mary E. 
Berry, Mar. 5, 1868 ; (3) Anna Ellis, Nov. 
22, 1874. 

2979. Henry Augustus, b. Nov. 30, 1821; m. (1) 

Elizabeth K. C. Clark; (2) Louisa L. Kaw- 
son. 

2980. Greenleaf Franklin, b. Oct. 22, 1823 ; d. 

Jan. 12, 1826. 

2981. Jas. Alfred, b. Sept. 12, 1836; m. Elizabeth 

Waterhouse, Sept. 11, 1856. 




*'% 




CuTTS Genealogy. 245 

2982. Mary Anne, b. Mar. 21, 1829; d. Sept. 28, 

1829. 

2983. George Franklin, b. Apr. 16, 1830; m. Lucy 

L. Cleasley, Feb. 16, 1851. 
James Folsom died in Boston, July 26, 1869. 

1413 

Meshach Rust married Martha Frost, 1822. 

2984. Wm. Appleton, b. June '22, 1823 ; m. (1) 

Frances J. Goodenow, Oct. 10, 1848; (2) 
Sarah J. Goodenow, June 5, 1851. 

2985. Nath'l Johnson, b.Nov. 28, 1833 ; m. Martha 

C. Carter, May, 1833. 

2986. Sarah Jane, b. Jan. 21, 1828; m. Horatio G. 

Kuss, 1861, s. p. 
Mrs. Martha (Frost) Kust died Mar., 1835. 
Meshach Rust married (2) Sarah AVaterhouse in 
1836. 

2987. GeorcxE, b. 

Mrs. Sarah (W.) Rust died in 1881. 

1417 

Andrew Folsom, son of Andrew and Anna F. Fol- 
som, married Sally Hodgdon, Sept. 7, 1827. 

2988. Asa, b. Oct. 6, 1828 ; m. Charlotte J. Bodge; 

d. Apr., 1873. 

2989. Nancy^ b. Oct. 6, 1829; m. W. Tuttle. 

2990. Belinda B., b. July 2, 1834; m. Jacob 

Brackett. 

2991. Wm. Henry, b. Feb. 24, 1835 ; m. Victoria 

Bailey. 

2992. Elizabeth Smith, b. Nov. 5, 1837; m. S. H. 

Burleigh. 

2993. John Winter, b. Mar. 6, 1839; m. Anna S. 

Fernald. 



246 CuTTS Genealogy. 

1430 

Colonel George Sparhawk, son of George King and 
Abigail (Humphreys) Sparhawk, married Jane Camp- 
bell, daughter of John and Mary (Blackader) Campbell 
of Duns Scotland, 1838. 

2994. Isabella Campbell, b. ; d. y. 

2995. Jessie R, b. ; d. y. 

2996. Eunice Jane, b. 

1433 

Andrew Sparhawk married Martha A. Phelps, 1836. 

2997. Maria Phelps, b. 1838; m. Chas. Wilson. 

2998. Geo. King, b. 1841 ; d. y. 

2999. Julia T., b. 1843; m. Mr. Steinbrimmer. 

1427 

David Humphreys Sparhawk married Catherine L. 
Stone. 

3000. Kate, b. Aug. 9, 1851. 

3001. Edward Eppes, b. Dec. 6, 1852. 

3002. George, b. Mar., 1857 ; U. S. Navy; d. July 

7, 1882. 

1438 

Mary Pepperrell Sparhawk married Nathaniel Barnes. 

3003. Margaret, b. 

3004. Elizabeth, b. ; m. Frank Wilder. 

3005. Frederick, b. 

3006. Percy, b. ; d. at Anderson ville. 

1430 

Thomas Sparhawk (M. D.), son of Hon. Samuel and 
Elizabetli (McKinstry) Sparhawk, married Elizabeth 
Campbell, daughter of John and Mary B. Campbell of 
Duns Scotland. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 247 

3007. Oliver, b. ; d. y. 

3008. Lucy, b. 

3009. Frances, b. ; d. y. 

3010. Frances Campbell, b. 

Mrs. E. C. Sparhawk died in 1887 in Newton Centre, 
Mass. 

143^ 

Charlotte King Atkinson, daughter of William and 
Abigail (Pickering) King Atkinson, married Amasa 
Copp, 1813. 

3011. Mary Wendell, b. July 5, 1814; m. Jno. 

Tredick. 

3012. Charlotte King Atkinson, b. Oct. 10, 1815; 

m. Elijak Wadleigk. 
Amasa Copp married (2) Eliza Langdon Remick, 
Dec. 13, 1821, and died at Wakefield, N. H., Jan. 7, 
1871. 

1433 

Susan Sparhawk King Atkinson married Joseph 
Wainwright March, Jan. 30, 1811, a son of Clement 
and Lucy Dudley (Wainwright) March of Greenland, 
N. H. 

3013. Wm. King Atkinson, b. ; d. unm. 

3014. Mary Wendell Wainwright, b. ; d. 

unm. 

3015. Charles, b. ; U. S. Consul at Cairo, 

Egypt; d. in Alexandria, Egypt, Jan. 24, 
1864. 

3016. Clement, b. ; d. unm., July 21, 1878. 

3017. Francis, b. ; m. Mary Hainley. 

3018. Susan Sparhawk, b. ; m. Mr. St. Clair; 

d. July 3, 1883. 
Joseph W. March died Nov. 26, 1843, se. 58. 



248 CuTTS Genealogy. 

1431 

Theodore King Atkinson married Ann Louisa Tufts, 
Nov. 3, 1816. 

3019. Frances Ann, b. Feb. 18, 1817: m. Edward 

Appleton, Sept. 29, 1842; d. July 30, 
1880. 

3020. Theodore (Jr.), b. Oct. 14, 1818; m. Martha 

P. H. Palmer, Oct. 25, 1849. 
Mrs. A. L. T. Kin^ Atkinson died Nov. 25, 1843. 

1435 

Frances King Atkinson married Asa Freeman, Dec. 
1, 1819. 

3021. Francis Atkinson, b. Nov. 29, 1822 ; Dart- 

mouth College, 1841. 

3022. Sarah Huntington, b. May 22, 1825 ; m. Rev. 

Newton Marble. 

3023. Abigail Atkinson, b. Dec. 21, 1828 ; m. A. 

W. Pike, M. D. 

1441 

William Bennett Parker, son of John and Elizabeth 
Bennett (Wingate) Parker, married Elizabeth Marshall, 
daughter of Deacon Marshall, Portsmouth, N. H., July 
12, 1810. 

3024. John Pierce, b. Aug. 23, 1811 ; d. June 7, 

1860. 

3025. Geo. Benneti\ b. Oct. 17, 1813; d. Mar. 29, 

1873. 

3026. Wm. Albert, b. Jan. 12, 1816 ; d. unm., Oct. 

24, 1882. 

3027. Hannah Rogers, b. Jan. 1, 1818. 

3028. Chas. Cotesworth Pinckney, b. Dec. 8, 1822. 

3029. Ann Mary, b. Nov. 5, 1824; d. Apr. 12, 

1825. 



CuTTs Genealogy. 249 

3030. David Humphreys, b. Feb. 26, 1828; D. C. 

1847; d. Nov. 20, 1848. 

3031. Horatio Stanley, b. May 15, 1829; D. C. 

1850; d. Sept. 21, 1857. 
Mrs. Elizabeth (Marshall) Parker died Dec. 20, 1862. 

1445 

Olivia Donnell, daughter of James and Abigail 
(Vaughan) Donnell, married John A. Berry, M. D., 
Apr. 28, 1835. 

3032 Thomas Q., b. Feb. 19, 1836 ; d. Sept. 11, 1837. 

3038. Sarah Abby, b. Dec. 19, 1837 ; m. R. L. Bow- 
ers, Sept. 15, 1859. 

3034. Annie Olivia, b. Feb. 19, 1839; m. R. G. 

Dennett, M. D., Oct. 1, 1863. 
John A. Berry, M. D., son of John and Sarah (Down- 
ing) Berry, died Apr. 20, 1879, se. 70. 

1447 

Elizabeth Vaughan Nason, daughter of Benjamin 
and Hannah Goodwin (Vaughan) Nason, married 
Theodore W. Riley, July 18, 1832. 

3035. Theodore, b. ; d. unm. 

3036. Henry Chauncit, b. ; Bishop. 

3037. Chas. Vaughan, b. ; d. unm. 

1448 

William Eleazer Greeley, son of Eleazer and Ann 
Gerrish (Vaughan) Greeley, married Myra A. Smith, 
Apr. 19, 183L 

3038. Wm. Henry, b. June 25, 1832 ; m. Hannah B. 

McLean. 

3039. Josephine Fichlen, b. Feb. 11, 1835; m. 

Moses P. Grant, June 1, 1870. 

3040. Mary Elizabeth, b. Sept. 29, 1836; m. Jno. 

K. Paine, Sept. 7, 1869. 
32 



250 CuTTS Genealogy. 

1456 

Andrew Jackson Vaughan, son of William Tristram 
and Eliza Mottey (Moody) Vaughan, married Esther 
N orris. 

3041. , b. ; ra. , Providence, R I. 

3042. , b. ; m. , Providence, R. I. 

1458 

Joseph Moody Vaughan (Captain) married Martha 
Coffin Jordan, daughter of Tristram and Catherine 
Williams (Merrill) Jordan, May 6, 1861. 

3 43. Roger Riley, b. Apr., 1869 ; d. of yellow fever 
in Florida, 1887. 

1459 

William Vaughan, son of Charles Henry and Beulah 
(Thacher) Vaughan, married Alraira E, Storen, 1849. 

3044. Mary Jane, b. Jan. 24, 1850; m. Jno. S. 

Heaton, Sept. 30, IK 74, s. p. 

1460 

Mary Belcher Vaughan married Rev. J. Haight, 1848. 

3045. John Belcher, b. Oct. 31, 1849 ; m. E. PuUan. 

3046. Chas. Vaughan, b. Nov. 17, 1851. 

1403 

Charles Henry Vaughan (Jr.) married M. J. Teetor. 

3047. Maud, b. Oct. 10, 1855. 

3048. William, I). Jan. 14, 1866. 

3049. Mabel, b. Sept. 12, 1873. 

1474 

Jane Vaughan Wise, daughter of Joseph Binney and 
Abigail (Edwards) Wise, married Samuel Jameson, 
Sebec, Me. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 251 

3050. Olney Wise, b. ; m. Annie Leslie, s. p., 

Ouray, Col. 

3051. WiNFiELD Scott, b. ; m. Lizzie S. Harmon, 

Jan. 22, 1865. 

3052. Ella Jane, b. ; m. Edward Hanson. 

3053. KuEL Wise, b. ; m. Ellen Brown. 

3054. Elliott Wise, b. ; m. Abbie Thompson, 

Greenville, Cal. 

3055. Jane Elizabeth, b. ; d. y. 

305(>. Anna, b. ; m. Gardner Osgood; d. 1870. 

3057. Viola, b. 

3058. Margaret, b. ; m. Mr. Sessions. 

1475 

Mary Wise married Cyrus Chase, Sebec, Me. 

3059. Emily, b. ; m. Aug. Lemreux. 

3060. Josephine, b. ; d. unm., 1878. 

3061. Christopher, b. ; m. Miss Gilman. 

3062. Sumner, b. ; d. unm. 

3063. Maria, b. ; m. Mr. Hager. 

1477 

Edward Preble Wise married Sarah Newell. 

3064. Sarah, b. ; m. , s. p. 

3065. William, b. ; m. . 

1478 

Elizabeth Pearson Wise married Pliny Parsons, Ban- 
gor, Me. 

3066. Joseph, b. 

1480 

Anne Vaughan Wise married John Kimball Delaski 
of St. Johns, N. B. 



252 CuTTs Genealogy. 

3067. Ada, b. ; in. Mr. Drake, Eau Claire, Wis.; 

d. Aug. 6, 1875. 
8068. Albert,' b. 

3069. Emma, b. ; m. (1) Mr. Blake, s. p., wlio 

d. 1884; (2) Mr. Preston, s. p. 

3070. Edgar, b. ; m. Miss Evelith, 1876. 

3071. Mary, b. ; m. Mr. Newhall, Lynn, Mass. 

3072. Walter, b. ; drowned in San Francisco 

Bay on Aug. 6, 1875. 

1481 

Emeline Rochelle Wise married Ephraim E. Shaw. 

3073. Adele, b. ; m. Mr. Davidson, Los Angeles, 

Cal. 

3074. Henry, b. ; m. . 



3075. Belle, b. ; m. Mr. Hawley, Los Angeles, 

Cal. 

3076. Walter, b. ; d. unm. 

3077. Frank, b. ; Los Angeles, Cal. 

1482 

Oliver Ellsworth Wise married Adeline Boyes. 

3078. Wm. Oliver, b. ; m. . 

3079. Oscar, b. ; m. . 

3080. Ada, b. ; Erie, Boulder Co., Col. 

1486 

Jane Bixby married Mr. Jordan. 

3081. EuEus King, b. 

1495 

Mary EHzabeth Prescott, daughter of Hy. and Abi- 
gail (Shannon) Prescott, married Maj. Felix Ansart. 

3082. Mary A., b. ; m. Mr. Chapell. 
o083. Felix, b. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 253 

1498 

Henry Way Prescott, son of Henry and Abigail 
(Shannon) Prescott, married Mary J. Mendum, Nov. 3, 
1839 

30*84. Henry (Jr.), b. Aug. 14, 1840 ; d. Oct. 4, 1840. 

3085. Mary E., b. Sept. 7, 1841 ; d. Sept., 1842. 

3(»86. Sarah, b. Oct. 21, 1842. 

3087. Josephine, b. May 4, 1844 ; m. Thos. Patter- 

son, Dec. 26, 1864. 

3088. Jas. Madison, b. Oct. 13, 1845. 

3089. Benj. Franklin, b. July 14, 1850. 

3090. Oliver Goldsmith, b. Oct. 30, 1853. 

3091. Martha Washington, b. Sept. 9, 1854. 

3092. Walter Raleigh, b. Feb. 26, 1856. 

3093. George Edward, b. Mar. 4, 1859. 

3094. Henry Shannon, b. Nov. 10, 1861. 

1501 

Mary Harriet Shannon, daughter of John Langdon 
and Sarah Frost (Blunt) Shannon, married Robert 
Sharp Davis of Boston, Mass., Sept. 4, 1837. 

3095. Mary Shannon, b. June 29, 1838 ; m. William 

Edward Webster, Feb. 28, 1862. 

3096. Lucy Stearns, b. Dec. 29, 1840. 

3097. Sarah Comstock, b. Mar. 20, 1843. 

3098. Laura Wood, b. Apr. 3, 1845 ; m. Thos. R. 

Shewell, Nov. 7, 1867 ; d. May 28, 1889. 

3099. Caroline Elizabeth, b. June 11, 1849. 

3100. Langdon Shannon, b. Jan. 28,1857 ; m. Helen 

B. O'Leary, Nov. 9, 1880. 

1514 

Charles Tebbetts Shannon, son of Richard Cutts and 
Mary (Tebbetts) Shannon, married Jane Randall Stand- 
wood, July 1, 1836. 



254 CuTTs Genealogy. 

3101. Charles Way, b. Apr. 24, 1837; m. Mary 

Emeiy Lapham, Dec. 29, 1859. 

3102. EioHARD CuTTS, b. Feb. 12, 1839 ; m. Mrs. 

Martha A. Greenough, Sept 19, 1887. 

3103. James Harrison, b. Dec. 12, 1841 ; M. D.; m. 

Susan W. Greenwood, Oct. 24, 1873. 
Mrs. Jane R. (Stand wood) Shannon died Mar, 12, 
1870, £6. 59 yrs. 

1515 

Abigail Tebbetts Shannon married Calvin Locke, Oct. 
12, 1829. 

3104. Sarah, b. ; m. Mr. Knight. 

3105. Mary, b. ; m. . 

3106. Clinton, b. ; Sergeant Major; killed in 

the battle of Sabine Cross Roads on Pleasant 
Hill in 1863. 

3107. Annie, b. ; Marshall, Texas. 

1517 

Mary Barker Shannon married Kev. Edwin Jennison, 
Jan. 25, 1832. 

3108. Edwin Shannon, b. Dec. 13, 1832 ; m. Amelia 

E. Smith, Jan. 9, 1855. 

3109. Wm. Cutts, b. May 29, 1837 ; d. July 28, 

1841. 

3110. Mary Theresa, b. Apr. 4, 1840; d. July 20, 

1841. 

3111. Helen Maria, b. Apr. 23, 1844. 

1518 

Samuel Tebbetts Shannon married, Apr. 21, 1839, 
Rebecca Scammon, daughter of George and Elizabeth 
(Atkinson) Scammon of Saco, Me. 

3112. , b. ; d. Aug., 1840. 



CUTTS Genealogy. 255 

Mrs. Rebecca (Scammon) Shannon died Mar. 30, 
1843, 8e. 22 yrs. 6 mos. 

Samuel T. Shannon married (2) Martha P. Stevens, 
daughter of Daniel and Elizabeth L. P. A. Stevens, 
Oct. 14, 1845. 

3113. Elizabeth, b. ; m. Geo. Forbes. 

3114. Martha, b. ; d. unm. 

3115. Samuel, b. ; m. Lucy Crockett. 

15SO 

James Shannon married Miss Saville. 

3116. James, b. 

James Shannon married (2) Sarah Hawes of Gardi- 
ner, Me., and died in Louisville, Ky. 

Caroline Shannon married Cyrus Goodale, son of Paul 
and Azubah N. Goodale, Apr. 17, 1848. 

3117. ClakaL., b. 

3118. Mary Shannon, b. 

3119. Henry J., b. 

3120. Charles F., b. 

1522 

Isaac Shannon married Emeline Harris. 

3121. Elizabeth, b. ; m. Charles Parsons 

(artist). 

3122. Helen, b. ; m. Mr. Brown. 

3123. Anna, b. ; m. Mr. Brown. 

1536 

Sarah Ann Shannon married Jonas C. March (Jr.), of 
Rochester, N. Y. 

3124. Elizabeth, b. ; m. Dr. Stickney. 



256 CuTTs Genealogy. 

1598 

Oliver Shannon married . 

3125. Maey, b. 

1599 

Alex. Warner, son of Jno. and Abigail (Shannon) 
Warner, married Frances Cole. 

3126. Nadine, b. 

3127. Juliet, b. 

1530 

John Warner married Margaret Leslie. 

3128. John, b. ; d. y. 

3129. LiLLiAS, b. 

3130. Nelson, b. 
8131. Jessie, b. 

3132. Henry, b. 

3133. Annie, b. 

3134. Frank, b. 

1535 

Elizabeth Perkins Shannon married Benj. Shrieve, 
Oct. 14, 1840. 

3135. OoTAvius Barrell, b. June 4, 1841 ; M. D.; 

m. Sarah Daland, 1869. 

1536 

Phoebe Waldron Shannon, daughter of Thomas Went- 
worth Waldron and Elizabeth (Perkins) Shannon^ 
married Enoch Paine of Portland, Me., Feb. 19, 1838. 

3136. Frances Elizabeth, b. Aug. 1, 1840. 

3137. Sarah Hale, b. Aug. 15, 1842; d. in infancy. 

3138. Alice Ilsley, b. Mar. 11, 1844. 

3139. David Shannon, b. Feb. 2, 1847 ; d. Dec. 23, 

1864. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 257 

3140. Elbat^or Vaughan, b. Sept. 9, 1849 ; m. Otis 

Tufts (Jr.), Jan. 23, 1871, who died Sept. 29, 
1885. 

3141. Isabella Shannon, b. 'Nov. 9, 1854. 
Enoch Paine died Feb. 10, 1884. 

1537 

George Washington Shannon, son of T. W. W. and 

Eliza (Perkins) Shannon, married Sarah Elizabeth 
Littlefield, 1852. 

3142. Orlando Perkins, b. 1853 ; M. D., Boston, 

Mass. 

1538 

Horatio Nelson Shannon married Sarah Hawes, 
1859. 

3143. LiLLiAS Lyon, b. July, 1860 ; m. Edward 

Gushing, Feb., 1879 ; d. Dec. 31, 1886. 

3144. Edith HoRATiA, b, June, 1861 ; m. Capt. Ohas. 

Hallett of Hampshire, England, 1885. 

3145. Sophie, b. 1863; d. 1863. 

1541 

Thos. Westbrooke Shannon married Georgianna 
Hagemann of New York, in 1807. 

3146. Laura, b. 1869. 

1545 

Mary Jane Shannon married Jeremiah Libbey, July 
15, 1858, Moultonborough, JST. H. (See Libbey Fam- 
ily, pp. 277-8.) 

1546 

Fred'k H. Shannon married Mary Moulton. 

3147. Sarah Margaret, b. ; m. Wm. H. Mathews. 

33 



258 CuTTS Genealogy. 

1548 

Thos. Rindge Shannon married Salome Nason in 
1841. 

3148. Helen, b. Jan., 1844; d. in 1863, one week 

after graduating from scliool. 

3149. Fkances Eliza, b. Apr., 1845. 

3150. Makgaret Vaughan, b. Dec, 1846. 

1549 

Frances Ann Shannon married Jonathan Choate, Oct. 
13, 1839. 

3151. Susan Frances, b. Apr. 24, 1841; m. E. F. 

Brown, Jan. 8. 1861. 

3152. Mary Eloisa, b. Oct. 14, 1843; d. Mar. 7, 

1847. 

3153. Jonathan Sewell, b. Feb. 20, 1846; 18th N. 

H. Regt.; d. City Point, Va., Oct. 28, 1864. 

3154. Thos. B., b. Aug. 13, 1848; m. Mary W. 

Blackey, Feb. 27, 1873. 

3155. Mary Isabelle, b. Nov. 16, 1851; d. Aug. 

27, 1872. 

3156. HuLDAH A., b. Sept. 13, 1855; m. George F. 

Whiting. 

3157. Frederick, b. July 8, 1863. 

1551 

Nathaniel Shannon (M. D.) married Lucy M. Cum- 
mings of Portland, Me., 1850. 

3158. Wm. C b. May 8, 1851 ; Surgeon U. S. A. 

3159. Thos., b. May 10, 1853; m. . 

3160. Edward, b. May 1, 1857. 

3161. Richard Cutts, b. Aug. 11, 1860 ; d. May 19, 

1862. 

3162. Nath'l Vaughan, b. 1865; druggist, Boston, 

Charles and Chestnut Sts. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 259 

1532 

Adaline Margaret Shannon married Jos. McKiostey 
of Hyde Park, Vt. 

3163. Josephine, b. 

3164. Richard, b. 

3165. Frances, b. 

3166. Mabel, b. 

3167. Chas. Sumner, b, 

3168. Miriam St, Clair, b. 

3169. Margaret, b. 

3170. Arson, b. ; Beaverville, Iroquois Co., 111. 

1554 

Geo. Vaughan Shannon married Lucinda Horae. 

3171. , b. 

3172. -, b. 

3173. , b. 

3174. , b. 

3175. , b. 

1557 

Edwin Shannon married Lydia Wentworth, May, 
1854. 
Mrs. L. W. Shannon died 1859. 

1568 

Augustus Franklin Gerrish, son of Joseph Marriner 
and Barbara (Scott) G-errish, married Caroline Eliza- 
beth March, Dec. 27, 1848. 

3176. Caroline Maria, b. ; Vassar 1872. 

3177. Frank Scott, b. ; Harvard 1875. 

1572 

Harrison Sylvester Gerrish, son of James and Mary 
(Sylvester) Gerrish, married Jane T. Small of Lisbon, 
Me., 1835. 



26o CuTTS Genealogy. 

3178. Melissa Jane, b. Jan. 29, 1836; m. Wm. T. 

Osgood. 
8179. Ohas. Hakrison, b. Apr. 22, 1838; m. Emily 

F. Chaffin; d. 1864. 

3180. Mary Adelaide, b. Feb. 27, 1841 ; m. Moses 

Osgood. 

3181. Julius Monroe, b. Mar. 20, 1844 ; d. Oct. 5, 

1844. 

Geo. Barstow Gerrish married Eliza Field, Nov. 17, 
1841. 

3182. Geo. Henry, b. Jan. 16, 1846. 

3183. Eliza Ella, b. Jan. 7, 1848 ; d. Sept. 19, 1849. 

3184. Sarah Eliza, b. May 17, 1850; m. Jno. F. 

Means, Oct. 19, 1872. 

1574 

Emeline Gerrish married Amos Field, Mar. 29, 1840. 

3185. James Lewis, b. 

3186. Mary Emeline, b. 

3187. Clarence H., b. 

1575 

Stephen S. Gerrish married Harriet N. Conner of 
Troy, Me., Oct. 18, 1848. 

3188. Horace Greeley, b. Apr. 10, 1850. 

3189. Arthur F., b. Feb. 21, 1854. 

3190. Antoineite, b. Sept. 17, 1856. 

3191. Helena, b. May 13, 1858. 

3192. Alice, b. June 6, 1860. 

3193. Agnes, b. June 6, 1860. 

1570 

John James Gerrish married Susan R. Small, Dec. 
21, 1848. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 261 

3194. Ella Susan, b. Mar. 14. 1851. 

3195. Mary Ida, b. May 4, 1855; m. Harvey Wil- 

lerrill, Sept. 23, 1875. 

3196. Jno. Herbert, b. Oct. 13, 1858. 

3197. Geo. Lester, b. Aug. 9, 1860. 

3198. Hattie Small, b. Apr. 7, 1864. 

3199. Elmer Grenville, b. Dec. 28, 1865. 

Sophia Lord, daughter of John and Abra (Chadwick) 
Lord, married Wm. Gowen Wentworth, Dec. 6, 1829. 

3200. Thos. Grafton, b. Sept. 9, 1830. 

3201. Chas. Edward, b. Dec. 22, 1831. 

3202. Wm. Gowen (Jr.), b. Apr. 13, 1833; d. Aug. 

12, 1833. 
Wm. G. Wentworth (Sr.) died Dec, 1852. 

1587 

Eliza Ann Bond, daughter of John and Nancy (Chad- 
wick) Bond, married Charles Wentworth, June 1, 1837. 

3203. Mary Fletcher, b. Aug. 7, 1844 ; m. Mr. Ladd. 
Chas. Wentworth drowned in California, 1849. 

1590 

Dorcas S- Butler, daughter of Nathaniel and Joan 
(Keay) Butler, married Nathan Dorr, Oct. 3, 1844. 

3204. Annie Belle, b. Nov. 21, 1845. 

3205. Lizzie B., b. Mar. 4, 1852; d. Sept. 15, 1852. 

3206. Sydney B., b. Sept. 15, 1857 ; m. Nettie Keed. 

1591 

Frank N. Butler married Martha W. Libby, May 28, 
1842. 

3207. Clara, b. Dec. 16, 1843 ; m. Seth Dillingham, 

June 30, 1866. 



262 CuTTS Genealogy. 

3208. Laura, b. Nov. 8, 1844 ; m. Ansel Chick, Oct. 

14, 1862. 

3209. Arethusa, b. June 22, 1846 ; m. Charles F. 

Hasty, Oct. 27, 1868; d. Apr. 9, 1876. 

3210. Harvey, b. Mar. 21, 1848 ; d. Feb. 26, 1854. 

3211. Sarah Gertrude, b. Dec. 6, 1849. 

Mrs. M. W. (Libby) Butler died Nov. 28, 1853. 
Frank N. Butler married (2), Nov. 22, 1854, Mary 
Dorr. 

3212. Harvey, b. Nov. 28, 1857; d. Feb. 28, 1883. 

3213. Annie E., b. Sept. 29, 1860; m. E. H. A. 

Prescott, Jan. 1, 1879. 

1593 

Ann Butler married Judge Hanscomb, 1850, of St. 
Paul, Minn, (formerly of China, Me.). 

3214. Annie Butler, b. ; m. Henry Kice. 

1599 

Luther Samuel Libby, son of Elias and Mehitable 
(Butler) Libby, married Rowena Libby, Apr. 3, 1852. 

3215. Luther Oscar, b. Apr. 22, 1853 ; m. Kate L 

Elliott, Apr. 2, 1876. 

3216. GusTA Rowena, b. Mar. 9, 1855 ; m. Chas. E. 

Teetshorn, Oct. 17, 1876. 

3217. Cora Vesta, b. Aug. 22, 1863. 

Mrs. Rowena (Libby) Libby, daughter of Ebenezer 
and Susan (Butler) Libby. 

1601 

Nathaniel Butler Libby married Susan Jane Libby, 
May 6, 1860, a daughter of Ebenezer and Susan (But- 
ler) Libby, and sister of the wife of his brother, Luther 
S. Libby. They have no children and are at present 
residents of Orleans, Iowa. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 263 

1608 

Lewis Butler, sou of Nehemiah and Aphia (Libby) 
Butler, married Hannah J. Tibbitts, Sept. 5, 1855. 

3218. Lewis, b. 

1609 

Adah Butler married John B. Libby (see 1 468), Mar. 
8, 1851. 

3219. Emma Rosina, b. Mar. 11, 1856. 

3220. Eben Herbert, b. June 1, 1860. 

3221. Chas. Irving, b. Aug. 11, 1862. 

3222. John Haven, b. Oct. 25, 1864. 

3223. Parepa Rosa, b. Aug. 26, 1867. 

3224. Lewis Butler, b. June 8, 1869, Sanford, Me. 

1610 

Dennis Butler married Frances F. Gruptill, Feb. 22, 
1856. 

3225. Arthur D., b. Dec. 7, 1857 ; m. M. E. Nason, 

Aug. 20, 1879. 

3226. Nathaniel, b. June 8, 1859 ; d. unm. 

1611 

Emily A. Butler married Geo. W. Pray, May 30, 1857. 

3227. Alice J., b. Aug. 10, 1858; d. unm., Apr. 15, 

1881. 

3228. Chas. A., b. Nov. 17, 1860. 

3229. Geo. F., b. May 30, 1868 ; d. July 1, 1868. 

3230. EvALAURA,b.Aug. 22, 1870; d. May 10, 1871. 

3231. G. Wm., b. Apr. 12, 1873. 

1613 

Draxcy Butler married Horace M. Ford, Feb. 26, 
1856. 

3232. Mtra a., b. May 26, 1857; d. Sept. 4, 1858. 

3233. Nehemiah Butler, b. Oct. 2, 1863. 



264 CuTTS Genealogy. 

1615 

Lebbius Butler married Olive O. Ford, Nov. 29, 1866. 

3234. Harvey A., b. Apr. 3, 18T2. 

3235. Aubrey O., b. Mar. 23, 1874. 

1630 

Moses Hebron Libby, son of Ebenezer and Susan 
(Butler) Libby, married Martha Moulton, Feb. 5, 1850. 

3236. Orville Vinton, b. Mar. 21, 1851 ; m. Susan 

A. Bennett, Oct. 14, 1876. 

3237. Susan Annette, b. Sept. 11, 1852; m. C. A. 

Bodwell, 1877. 

3238. Martha Franoena, b. June 26, 1854 ; ra. 

Theo. B. Hobbs. 

3239. Moses Hebron (Jr.), b. Apr. 17, 1858. 

3240. Ida May, b. July 23, 1861 ; m. Frank H. Ger- 

rish, Feb. 1, 1879. 

3241. Loren AVirtie, b. Nov. 17, 1867. 

3242. Lillian Iona, b. Nov. 17, 1867. 

3243. Ella Moulton, b. Feb. 2, 1870. 

3244. Fred. Loren, b. Apr. 8, 1 875. 

Adah Ann Libby married W. F. Johnson, Feb. 10, 
1863. 

1633 

Ivory Ashton Libby married Beulah A. Stevens, Mar. 
8, 1858. 

3245. Viola L., b. Dec. 29, 1858 ; m. H. W. Potter, 

Apr. 2, 1878; d. Mar. 3, 1881. 

3246. Dora M., b. Apr. 3, 1860 ; m. Jno. Walton, 

Dec. 31, 1879. 

3247. Milton O., b. Dec. 28, 1861. 

3248. Flora E., b. Apr. 25, 1865. 

3249. Frank E., b. Mar. 17, 1867. 

3250. Fred. O., b. Feb. 2, 1869; d. Mar. 12, 1874. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 265 

3251. Ivory H., b. Mar. 18, 1870; d. Oct. 6, 1870. 

3252. Minnie A., b. June 21, 1874. 

3253. Walter R, b. Nov. 24, 1876. 

1636 

Tabitha Angeline Libby married Oscar C. Cole, Jan., 
1867, Fayette, Iowa, at one time editor of the Volga 
Valley Times. 

1627 

Julia Ann Libby, daughter of Deacon Ivory and Mary 
(Butler) Libby, married Richard M. Ellsworth, Mar. 
7, 1850. 

3254. Laura Emma, b. Nov. 15, 1852; m. Chas. 

Howard, Mar. 30, 1872. 
8255. Fred., b. Sept. 6, 1855 ; m. Carrie E. Jacobs, 
Mar 4, 1881. 

3256. Julia Etta, b. Feb. 6, 1863. 

1628 

Philander Hartwell Libby married Mary Ann Lougee- 

3257. Henry W., b. May 16, 1858 ; d. Dec. 21, 1879. 

3258. Elmer E., b. Sept. 19, 1861. 

3259. Fred., b. 1863. 

3260. Arabella L., b. May 17, 1865. 

3261. Maud L., b. Aug. 8, 1867. 

3262. John T., b. Sept. 1, 1875; d. Oct. 13, 1877. 

3263. Jessie Imer, b. Aug. 7, 1879. 

1630 

Rhoda Angie Libby married Daniel H. Toothaker, 
Oct. 13, 1864, Phillips, Me. 

3264. Cora A., b. Sept. 28, 1865. 

3265. Ivory K, b. May 26, 1867 ; d. Oct. 4, 1873. 

3266. Nettie Lulu, b. Feb. 10, 1875. 

3267. Grace Edna, b. Dec. 18, 1878. 

34 



266 CuTTS Genealogy. 

1639 

Gilbert Nathaniel Libby married Belle McNebo, July 
11, 1872. 

3268. Mabel Blanche, b. Mar. 9, 1875. 

3269. Cora Belle, b. Mar. 15, 1878; d. July 14, 
1878. 

1635 

Nath'l Butler Beal, sou of Sheldon and Tabitha (But- 
ler) Beal, married Mary Bobbins, Apr. 8, 1849. 

3270. Feed. Marshall, b. Apr. 24, 1855 ; d. Jan. 12, 

1857. 

3271. Minnie Genevra, b. May 20, 1858 ; m. Jas. 

"Watson Smith, June 28, 1880. 

3272. Fred. Nath'l, b. Apr. 14, 1860 ; m. Ella Har- 

vey, Mar. 1, 1885. 

1636 

Wm. C. Beal married Mary Wells, June 8, 1860. 

3273. Linda Althea, b. Apr. 21, 1862. 

3274. Helen Maria, b. July 28, 1866. 

3275. Carrle Elvira, b. Aug. 28, 1869. 

3276. Ida May, b. Sept. 25, 1876. 

1637 

Horace Beal married Elvira Horn, Nov. 5, 1860. 

3277. Minnie A., b. May 3, 1862. 

3278. Sheldon Hobbs, b. Feb. 7, 1864. 

1638 

Lewis Beal married Althea Mitchell, June 13, 1863. 

3279. Alveno A., b. Mar. 8, 1864. 

3280. Leon Lewis, b. Mar. 13, 1868. 

3281. Bertha Lee, b. Mar. 8, 1870. 

3282. Perley Bradford, b. Mar. 13, 1874. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 267 

1639 

Bradford Beal married Abbie Lambert, July 23, 
1865. 

3283. Maroia Lena, b. Aug. 1, 1867. 

3284. Sam'l Lambert, b. Nov. 15, 1870. 

1041 

Laura Beal married Wm. Grafton Bradbury, Dec. 
19, 1863. 

3285. Sheldon Hobbs, b. June 25, 1864. 

3286. Wm. W., b. June 25, 1864. 
Wm. Gr. Bradbury died Mar. 16, 1866. 

Mrs. L. B. Bradbury married (2) Jos. Pollard Adams, 
Aug. 8, 1871. 

1643 

Valora Beal married Eastman Jason Ross, Nov. 8, 
1866. 

3287. Margie Lena, b. Aug. 11, 1873. 
;^"3288. M. v., b. Sept. 19, 1879. 

'3289. Lee E. J., b. Mar. 31, 1881. 

1643 

Eldora Beal married Alvin J. Goodwin, Jan. 22, 
1873. 

3290. Harry Horneh, b. May 25, 1874. 

1644 

Roxana Butler, daughter of Moses and Philena (John- 
son) Butler, married Allen T. Worcester. 

3291. Frank V., b. Apr., 1885. 

1646 

Marion Adelaide Butler married Wm B. Gowen. 

3292. Madelon Maria, b. 



268 CuTTS Genealogy. 

1647 

David Libby, son of Nathaniel and Anna (Ricker) 
Libby, married Sarah Butler, 1846. 

3293. Helei^, b. ; d. 

3294. Ansel, b. 

1648 

Aaron Ricker Libby married Rosina Jaqueth, daugh- 
ter of David and Sally (Sawyer) Jaqueth. 

3295. Lewis Nathaniel, b. Jan. 23, 1846; m. Miss 

Sargent, 1870; d. Nov. 24, 1870. 

3296. Chas. Chester, b. Apr. 10, 1849. 

3297. EDMONDDoRMAN,b, Nov. 1,1851; D.C.,1879. 

3298. Wm. Howard, b. Jan. 15, 1855. 

3299. Lizzie Anna, b. Aug. 7, 1857 ; m. Daniel 

Cleaves, Oct., 1876. 
Mrs. R. J. Libby died Sept. 13, 1880. 

1654 

Asa Libby married Lydia Lord, June 29, 1852. 

3300. Chas. Herbert, b. June 27, 1853; m. Annie 

M. Johnson, Sept. 14, 1878. 

3301. Emma Jane, b. Feb. 22, 1855; m. Geo. E. 

Tuxbury, Oct. 2, 1877. 

3302. Mary Abbie, b. Feb. 26, 1857. 

3303. John Wilbur, b. Aug. 9, 1859. 

3304. Nancy Alice, b. Mar. 5, 1861. 

3305. Albert Ellsworth, b. Feb. 20, 1863. 

3306. Eugene Asa, b. July 26, 1867. 

3307. Annie Celia, b. Jan. 30, 1870. 

1655 

Stephen Cook Libby (M. D.), son of Capt. John Cook 
and Nancy Gerrish (Libby) Libby, married Sarah A. 
Frost, June 27, 1852. 



CuTTs Genealogy. 269 

3308. Edwin Jackson, b. July 10, 1856 ; d. Aug. 10, 

1856. 
8309. Carrie Emma, b. Sept. 28, 1857 ; d. Jan. 20, 

1878. 

3310. Frank Howard, b. Nov. 4, 1862. 

3311. Ella Frost, b. Sept. 30, 1866. 

1656 

John Libby married Hannah Edgerly, June 30, 1860. 
They had no children. Mrs. Hannah (Edgerly) Libby 
died about 1874. 

1660 

Wm. Wallace Libby, son of Stephen and Mary Jane 
(Bradeen) Libby, married Abbie F. Lougee, May 17, 
1868. 

3312. Louis Clifford, b. Mar. 10, 1869. 

3313. Gertrude Clare, b. May 24, 1874. 

3314. Alma Inez, b. Jan. 12, 1877; d. Nov. 6, 1879, 

Saco, Me. 

1663 

Rev. Charles Loring Libby married Emma A. Rich- 
ardson, July 27, 1867. 

3315. Nellie J., b. Oct. 3, 1868. 

3316. Fred. L., b. Aug. 26, 1870. 

3317. Harry P., b. Sept. 20, 1872. 

3318. RoLLA, b. Apr. 12, 1876. 

1666 

Cyrus Libby, son of Cyrus and Drusilla (Woodsom) 
Libby, married Lavinia L. Yarney, Feb. 13, 1859. 

3319. Chas, Edward, b. Feb. 13, 1861. 

3320. Sarah Winslow, b. Apr. 4, 1863. 

3321. Lavinia Emma, b. June 30, 1866. 

3322. Cyrus Osgood, b. Apr. 27, 1871. 



270 CuTTS Genealogy. 

1676 

Ivory Emerson Libby, sou of Kook Thurston and 
Emily (Lord) Libby, married Lucinda Leavitt, Nov. 
3, 1859. 

3323. , b. ; d. y. 

3324. , b. ; d. y. 

Mrs. L. L. Libby, daughter of Jas. and Mary (Ste- 
vens) Leavitt, died Nov., 1866. 

1690 

Stephen F. Libby married Sarah Fisk, daughter of 
Jno. and Nancy (Davis) Fisk, June 16, 1863. 

3325. Ellsworth Lincoln, b. June 12, 1865. 

3326. Edward Everett, b. July 27, 1867. 

3327. Warren Sumner, b. June 11, 1871. 

1691 

Butler Libby married Sarah E. Brooks, Dec. 19, 
1863. 

3328. John Hervey Burnside, b. Sept. 15, 1864. 

3329. Lillian M., b. Mar. 20, 1867. 

Butler Libby has been Republican candidate for 
State Legislature fi'om Waterborough, Me. 

, 1700 

^ Mariannat Preble, daughter of Hon. Wm. Pitt and 

/ Nancy Gale (Tucker) Preble, married Stephen Long- 

fellow, son of Hon. Stephen and Zilpha (Wadsworth) 
Longfellow. 

3330. Stephen (Jr.), b. , . 

3331. Ellen, b. : . -'* -i (OvK.^^,\'^^^ o^,^.^ 

3332. H^NRY Wadsworth, b. ^^^-^ I^UAji^ ^^^J,L 

3333. Wm, Pitt, b. so,- t^riO^^ nrunr". C^ m^ 

e Mrs'. Marianna P. Longfellow toarried (2) I. F. Ful- Q,,/ 

/ ler, 18d#. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 271 

1702 

Nancy Tucker Preble married Capt. Robert Allen, 
U. S. A. 
3^3^ 3a34. Robert (Jr.), b. ; d. 1862. 

1703 

Wm. Pitt Preble married Harriet Mussey, daughter 
of John Mussey, Esq. 

3335. Edith, b. Mar., 1848 ; d. Nov., 1848. 

3336. John Mussey, b. Dec. 19, 1850; d. Nov. 4, 1851. 

3337. Henry, b. Apr. 25, 1853. 

3338. Wm. Pitt (Jr.), b. Oct. 1, 1854. 

3339. Wallace, b. Aug. 17, 1857. 

3340. Ernest, b. June 5, 1860. 

1705 

William Donnell Norwood, son of Nathaniel and Je- 
mima (Donnell) Norwood, married Eliza Miller Pierce 
of Portsmouth, N. H., 1834. 

3341. Leonora Frances, b. Nov. 11, 1836 ; d. Mar. 

7, 1853. 

3342. Franklin Howard, b. May 29, 1839 ; d. 1861. 

3343. Helen Eliza, b. May 7, 1842 ; m. Elias Baker, 

1861 ; d. Mar. 30, 1890. 

3344. Anna Josephine, b. Feb. 23, 1846 ; m. Ed- 

ward J. Sylvester, Sept. 23, 1887. 

3345. Grenville Mellen, b. Nov. 20, 1847. 
Mrs. E. M. P. Norwood died in 1850, as. 36. 

Wm. D. Norwood married (2) Mary Elizabeth Lunt 
of Newburyport, Mass., Oct. 23, 1851, s. p. 

1707 

Mary Jane Norwood married John Bell, Jan. 15, 1833. 

3346. John H., b. Sept. 12, 1834; d. Apr. 13, 1850. 
John Bell died 1850. 



2/2 CuTTS Genealogy. 

Mrs. M. J. N. Bell married Wm. Donnell, 1850. 
334V. Chas. Wm., b. May 12, 1851 ; d. Sept. 24, 1858. 

3348. Leander, b. Nov. 13, 1853 ; m. Addie Plaisted, 

Nov. 12, 1876. 
Wm. Donnell died May 4, 1868, se. 62. 

1708 

Henry Donnell Norwood married Mary Parsons, Jan. 
12, 1837. 

3349. John Edward, b. Dec. 4, 1838 ; m. Ellen S. 

S. Schofield, Nov. 28, 1866, s. p. 

3350. LuoY Elizabeth, b. May 15, 1844; m. Geo. H. 

Whiting, Nov. 19, 1871, s. p. 

1709 

Charles Norwood married Almeda Parsons, June 13, 
1841. 

3351. Abble Maria, b. May 4, 1844; m. Geo. H. 

Whiting, Nov. 25, 1863, s. p.; d. Oct. 18, 
1870. 

1710 
Richard Cutis Raynes, son of Francis and Elizabeth 
(Cutts) Raynes, married Charlotte D. Page, Nov. 5, 
1839, s. p. 

Richard G. Raynes married (2) Emily Payne of Ver- 
mont, May 26, 1863, s. p., and died Aug. 10, 1880. 

1711 

William Raynes, son of Francis and Elizabeth (Cutts) 
Raynes, married Mercy A. Shaw, Apr. 5, 1852. 

3352. Danlel, b. July 6, 1853. 

3353. Francis, b. May 28, 1855; m. (1) Anna 

Sewall, who d. Feb. 7, 1883; m. (2) Carrie 
Weston, Aug. 26, 1887. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 273 

3354. Sakah Elizabeth, b. Dec. 25, 1858. 

3355. Wm. Lafayette, b. Sept. 9, 1863 ; d. unm., 

May 6, 1889. 

3356. Susai^ Jane, b. Feb. 2, 1867. 

3357. Geoege, b. Mar. 27, 1869. 

1713 

Francis Raynes (Jr.) married Esther Wordsworth, 
Oct. 27, 1857. 

3358. John, b. Jan. 24, 1860; d. July 19, 1860. 

3359. GrEO. Wordsworth, b. Aug. 1, 1864; Yale 

College; m. Stella De Casto. 

1714 

Susan Jane Raynes, daughter of Francis and Susanna 
H. (Bellamy) Raynes, married Capt. Edward Low, 
1851. 

3360. Edward Francis, b. Jan. 18, 1852 ; d. unm., 

Mar. 12, In 78. 

3361. Marcia Howard, b. Aug. 8, 1859 ; d. unm., 

Jan. 28, 1878. 

1715 

Lucy Ann Raynes married Ira B. Quimby, Oct. 10, 
1854. 

3362. Ralph Allan, b. June 28, 1855 ; m. Emma 

A. Ordway, Oct. 10, 1880 

3363. Chas. Linnaeus, b. Apr. 8, 1857 ; m. Kittie 

E. Moore, Nov. 22, 1887. 

3364. Fred. K. Butler, b. June 13, 1862. 

3365. Lucy Raynes, b. Mar. 18, 1864. 

3366. Harriet, b. Apr. 3, 1866. 

3367. Ira Payson, b. Oct. 18, 1867 ; d. Dec. 17, 

1867. 

3368. Arthur Curtis, b. Feb. 11, 1872. 

35 



274 CuTTS Genealogy. 

1718 

Charles Wesley Raynes married Louisa A. Wheeler | 

of Willimantic, Conn., Jan. 17, 1872. 

3369. Charles Francis, b. June 9, 1879. 

1740 

Sallie Chapman married Nathan Berry. 

3370. George, b. ; m. Annie de Rochemont. 

1741 

Joseph W. Chapman married Mary Moulton. 

3371. Flora, b. 

3372. Lillian, b. 

3373. Mary, b. 
8374. John, b. 

3375. Fannie, b. 

3376. Annie, b. 

1742 

Nathaniel Chapman (Jr.), son of Nath'l and Martha 
(Meserve) Chapman, married Kate Huntress. 

3377. Mary Emma, b. 

Nath'l Chapman (Jr.) m. (2) Jennie Shackford. 

3378. Gertrude, b. 

3379. Abbie E., b. 

3380. Josephine, b. 

1743 

Martha Jane Chapman married Eli L. Waterhouse. 

3381. George, b. ; m. Winnie Doane. 

3382. John H., b. 

3383. Jos. Edson, b. 

1745 

John Alfred Metcalf Chapman (D. D.) married Mary 
Emma Knox. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 275 

3384. Gerteude, b. ; d. 

3385. George, b. ; d. 

3386. Mattie Ethel, b. 

3387. John Alfred, b. 

1747 

Eben Chapman (Jr.), son of Eben and Eliza (Yeaton) 
Chapman, married Olive Thompson, Apr., 18B2. 

3388. Walter Thompson, b. July 27, 1864. 

3389. Albert Kobinson, b. Jan. 5, 1873. 

3390. Mabel Louise, b. Mar. 9, 1876. 

1749 

Chas. H. Chapman married Mary Adeline Shaw, July, 
1867. 

3391. Frank Bowditch, b. May 1, 1868. 

3392. Chas. Wentworth, b. June 3, 1870. 

3393. Percy Earle, b. 

1750 

Lydia Ann Chapman married Joseph P. Shaw, June 
5, 1864. 

3394. Ella Haven, b. Oct 29, 1865, 

3395. Herbert Chapman, b. Jan. 27, 1868; d. y. 

3396. Gertrude Eliza, b. May 8, 1871. 

1753 

Edward A. Chapman married Maria Somerby, Dec. 
25, 1863. 

3397. Paul G., b. Oct. 6. 1869. 

3398. Edward S., b. Jan. 20, 1873. 

1754 

Robert Moore, son of George and Betsey (Harris) 
Moore, married Abigail Stevens. 

3399. Emily, b. ; d. y. 

3400. Jane, b. ; d. y. 



2/6 CuTTS Genealogy. 

1756 

Joanna Moore married Joseph Seawards. 

3401. SoPHRONiA, b. ; d. y. 

3402. Joanna, b. ; d. unm. 

1757 

Joseph Harris Moore married Mary Blaisdell, 

3403. George, b. ; d. y. 

3404. Francis, b. ; d. y. 

3405. Joseph Henry, b. ; m. Etta Stanton. 

1759 

Benjamin Penhallow Shillaber, son of William and 
Sarah Leonard (Sawyer) Shillaber, married Ann Tap- 
pan de Rochemont, May 25, 1838. 

3406. Annie Maria, b. May 26, 1839; m. Capt. 

James S. Dillingham (Jr.), Apr. 14, 1861. 

3407. William, b. Feb. 22, 1841 ; m. Lydia Dilling- 

ham, Oct. 18, 1865. 

3408. Benj. Penhallow (Jr.), b. Apr. 18, 1843 ; d. 

Aug. 8, 1844. 

3409. Caroline Wheeler, b Mar. 25, 1845. 

3410. Emma Frances, b. Apr. 4, 1847 ; m. Frank 

Clement, Sept. 30, 1868. 

3411. Louis Ira, b. Dec. 25, 1849 ; d. Sept. 8, 1851. 

3412. Lucy Grace, b. Sept. 26, 1853; d. Jan. 29, 

1857. 

3413. Lizzie Chase, b. Sept. 26, 1853 ; d. Nov. 29, 

1872. 

1760 

Lydia Elizabeth Shillaber married Stephen Decatur 
Scriggins. 

3414. Harriet, b. 1840; d. July 22, 1846. 

Mrs. Scriggins and her daughter are buried in the 
North Church burying-ground in Portsmouth, N. H. 




Kngtaredfrom a Dag* by H.V<" ii 



CuTTS Genealogy. 277 

1761 

Enoch Sawyer, son of Richard Cutts and Lydia 
(Woodbury) Sawyer, married Priscilla H. Bartlett, 
June 18, 1829. 

3415. Woodbury Dean, b. Apr. 29, 1830; m. E. 

Somerville, Oct., 1878; d. June, 1892. 

3416. Melville, b. May 28, 1833 ; m. Harriet Adams 

Hayes, Aug. 16, 1859. 

3417. Enoch, b. Nov. 2, 1837; d. Feb. 24, 1854. 

3418. Mary Ann, b. Aug. 18, 1841 ; m. Robert 

Bryant, Apr. 7, 1864. 

3419. JoN. Hanson, b. May 2, 1844 ; m. Mary Quinn. 
Mrs P. H. B. Sawyer died May 1, 1888, in Portland, 

Me., 86. 78. 

1771 
Eliza Frye Cutts, daughter of Benjamin and Eliza 
Frye Cutts, married Samuel Pickman Walcott, Feb. 
11, 1875. 

3420. Samuel Frye, b. 

3421. Martha Pickman, b. 

S. P. Walcott died June 28, 1885. 

1772 

Anstiss Pickman Cutts married Austin Quinby, June 

14, 1871. 

3422. Eliza Frye, b. Dec. 2, 1872; d. Dec. 4, 1872. 

3423. Austin Benj. Cutts, b. June 18, 1874 ; d. 

July 4, 1875. 

3424. Austin Henry Frost, b. Dec. 4, 1875. 

1773 

Susan Cleveland Cutts married Ivory Quinby, June 
14, 1871. 

8425. Benj. Cutts, b. July 29, 1872. 



278 CuTTS Genealogy. 

3426. Eliza Feye, b. May 21, 1874. 

3427. Robert Cutts, b. Apr. 16, 1876; d. July 23, 

1877. 

3428. Mary Ervin, b. Feb. 13, 1878. 

3429. Anstiss Cutts, b. Mar. 24, 1880; d. June 9, 

1880. 

1774 

Richard Alexander Cutts, son of Richard and Pris- 
cilla (Low) Cutts, married Mary Ellen Robinson, Sept. 
2, 1869. 

3430. Charles Roy, b. Sept. 27, 1870. 

3431. Emory, b. May 13, 1874. 

177^ 

Francis Cutts married Jeannette Renton, May 1, 
1870. 

3432. Grace Renton, b. Jan. 27, 1873. 

3433. Annie Low, b. Nov. 27, 1874. 

3434. Richard, b. July 26, 1876. 

3435. Susan Renton, b. Oct. 16, 1878. 

3436. Clara Louise, b. Oct. 31, 1880. 

1779 

Annie Cutts married Edwin B. Newhall, Jan. 21, 

1880. 

3437. Abbie Lee, b. Nov. 30, 1880. 

3438. Lawrence Edwin, b. Sept. 29, 1883. 

3439. Everett Hiltz, b. Sept. 26, 1886. 

1780 

Mary Wilson Cutts mariied Benj. C. Mudge, Dec. 

19, 1882. 

3440. Marion Christine, b. Dec. 1, 1884. 

3441. Florence Madeline, b. Apr. 22, 1886. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 279 

1781 

Edward Holyoke Cutts, son of Hampden and Mary 
P. S. (Jarvis) Cutts, married Hannali Sherwood, 
daughter of Reuben and Catherine (McDonald) Sher- 
wood, Jan. 10, 1855. 

3442. William Jarvis, b. Oct. 26, 1856; d. Oct. 25, 

1863. 

3443. Mary Shekwood, b. May 1, 1858 ; d. unm., 

Aug. 31, 1877. 

3444. Elizabeth Bartlett, b. Nov. 25, 1860 ; m. A. 

F. Powell, Sept. 8, 1886. 

3445. Edward Duncan, b. Jan. 15, 1863; d. Mar. 

12,1863. 

3446. Katherine Anna, b. Oct. 6, 1866 ; d. Feb. 

22, 1878. 

3447. Lillian Ursula, b. Sept. 16, 1868. 

3448. Hampden, b. July 26, 1870 ; d. unm., Feb. 24, 

1892. 

3449. Winifred Jarvis, b. June 9, 1874. 

3450. Anna MarcxAret, b. May 22, 1876. 

1783 

Anna Holyoke Cutts married Abel Trumbull Howard, 
son of Abel and Mary E. (Hunt) Howard, Aug. 27, 
1861. 

34 51. Cecil Hampden Cutts, b. Sept. 5, 1862. 

3452. Mary Cutts, b. Feb. 22, 1865 ; m. Robert W. 

King, Apr. 23, 1889. 

3453. Edith Elizabeth, b. Jan. 24, 1868 ; d. Sept. 

6, 1868. 

3454. Rose Jarvis, b. Aug. 27, 1869; d. Aug. 17, 

1870. 

3455. Maud Jarvis, b. July 19, 1871; d. July 23, 

1872. 

3456. Charles Trumbull, b. Oct. 18, 1873. 

3457. Edward Eliot Holyoke, b. July 2, 1876. 



28o CuTTS Genealogy. 

1789 

Harriet Louise Cutts mariied Uiiderliill Augustus 
Budd, son of Wm. A. Budd of New York, N. Y., Jan. 
8, 1879. 

3458. Kenneth Peppereell, b. Dec. 12, 1879. 

U. A. Budd died in St. Paul, Minn., Dec. 21, 1880 

1790 

Priscilla Storer Carter, daughter of Nathaniel and 
Harriet (Tyler) Carter, married David Johnson, Sept. 
6, 1839. 

3459. David, b. Aug. 14, 1840; d. Aug. 14, 1840. 

1792 

Isabella Graham" Kimball, daughter of Rev. David 
and Eliza Ejjpes (Carter) Kimball, married George 
Dwight Edson, Sept. 9, 1845. 

3460. Frances Isabella, b. July 18, 1846 ; m. Charles 

Van Inwagen, Aug. 30, 1873; d. Sept. 11, 
1877. 

3461. George Alvin, b. Jan. 22, 1848 ; m. Caroline 

E. Minnick, Nov. 25, 1873. 

3462. Ida Elizabeth, b. Oct. 18, 1854. 

3463. Edward Holyoke, b. Feb. 7, 1856. 

3464. Wm. Fred'k Oberlin, b. Sept. 18, 1858; d. 

Sept. 12, 1859. 

3465. Lillie Emma, b. Oct. 22, 1861 ; m. Chas. G. 

Alton, Apr. 1, 1884. 

1796 

Henry Martyn Kimball married Mary Frances Pal- 
mer, daughter of Bev. E. J. and Eliza (Gordon) Pah 
mer. Mar. 1, 1860. 

3466. Edward Palmer, b. Jan. 20, 1861 ; m. L. Brit- 

tain, Feb. 20, 1882. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 281 

3467. Emma Mabel, b. July 24, 1862; m. A. R. 

Urion, Sept. 10, 1885. 

3468. Florence Elizabeth, b. Aug. 31, 1867. 

3469. Gordon Stanley, b. Apr. 2, 1 870 ; d. Sept. 

10, 1870. 

3470. Ruth Lindsley, b. Feb. 18, 1872; m. Corne- 

lius S. Gardner, Nov. 16, 1892. 

3471. David, b. Feb. 6, 1876. 

3472. Frances Isabella, b. May 14, 1881 ; d. Dec. 

2, 1883. 

1800 

Jos. Storer Wheelwright, son of George and Mary 
(Carter) Wheelwright, married Susan Ann Webb, Feb. 
22, 1843. 

3473. Ellen Maria, b. Dec. 25, 1843; m. A. Thax- 

ter, June 6, 1864. 

3474. George, b. Apr. 10, 1847. 

3475. Caroline Storer, b. Nov. 1, 1850. 

1801 

Mary Carter Wheelwright married Jas. Godfrey, Sept. 
16, 1848. 

3476. Julia Storer, b. July 20, 1849 ; d. Dec. 30, 

1850. 
Jas. Godfrey died Aug. 31, 1850. 
Mrs. Mary C. W. Godfrey married Rev. Chas. Par- 
sons Felch, Sept. 24, 1859. 

3477. Chas. Storer, b. Aug. 1, 1860; d. Nov. 1, 

1861. 

3478. Fred'k Gage, b. June 24, 1865 ; d. Apr. 4, 

1867. 

1803 

Margaret Ann Church married Philip Dale, Aug., 
1857. 

3479. Fred'k E., b. June 25, 1858. 

36 



282 CuTTS Genealogy. 

3480. Martha Ella, 1). Dec. 10, 1860. 

3481. Philip, b. 1862. 

3482. S. Jeat^nette, b. 1864. 

3483. Feancis, b. 1867. 

1804 

Rev. Hampden Sydney Church, son of Rev. Moses B. 
and Margaret Gary (Carter) Church, married Mary V. 
Palmer, daughter of Francis and Mary Palmer, Sept. 
9, 1858. 

3484. Mary V., b. July 12, 1859. 

3485. Ella, b. Apr. 6, 1861. 

3486. Francis, b. 1863. 

3487. Rosa, b. 1868. 

1806 

Sarah Gaylord Church married John Shearer, Sept. 
8, 1863. 

3488. Loms, b. 1865. 

3489. Charlotte, b. 1867. 

1810 

Sarah Frances Meriweather Carter, daughter of Rev. 
Hampden Cutts and Anna D. Coles Carter, married 
James T. Yarborough. 

3490. Sarah Cole, b. July 24, 1854. 

3491. Jas. Thomas, b. Nov. 18, 1856. 
Jas. T. Yarborough died Aug. 7, 1856. 

Mrs. S. F. M. C. Yarborough married (2) Jas. A. 
Williams, Dec, 1859. 

3492. Elizabeth Ann, b. Dec. 7, 1861. 

3493. Jas. Joseph, b. Mar., 1866; d. June, 1866. 

1811 

Mary Elizabeth Carter married J. B. Michie, June 
4, 1857. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 283 

3494. Chas. Osgood, b. Mar., 1858. 
J. B. Michie died 1873. 

Mrs. M. E. C. Michie married (2) J. H. Jones, M. 
D., 1880. 

1814 

Sarah Abby Barrell, daughter of Charles Colburn and 
Sarah Johnson (Cutts) Barrell, married Simeon S. 
Bracket, Oct. 10, 1877. 

3495. Blanche, b. Dec. 7, 1878; d. Dec. 12, 1878. 

3496. Ellen Augusta, b. Apr. 14, 1882. 

3497. CoLBORN Barrell, b. May 19, 1884. 

1833 

George Francis Piper, son of Edward Cutts and Sarah 
(Jones) Piper, married Mary Jenness, June 13, 1866. 

3498. Ada Frances, b. Mar. 27, 1867. 

3499. Idella May, b. May 24, 1870. 

1831 

Mary Hannah Cutts, daughter of Edward and Han- 
nah (Junkins) Cutts, married Samuel Gammon. 

3500. Susan, b. 1852. 

3501. Annette, b. 1855. 

3502. Edward Cutts, b. 1858. 

3503. Anne, b. 1861. 

1833 

Sarah Frances Cutts married Darius Riley, Jan. 8, 
1868. 

3504. Emma Frances, b. Aug. 29. 1869. Teacher 

in Portsmouth, N. H. 
Darius Riley died Dec. 29, 1870, se. 32. 

1836 

Abby Junkins, daughter of Joseph P. and Sarah Ann 
(Cutts) Junkins, married Thos. Lovejoy. 

3505. Sarah Cutts, b. , Haverhill, Mass. 



284 CuTTS Genealogy. 

1846 

Anne Elizabeth Hooper^ daughter of Tristram and Bet- 
sey (Cutts) Hooper, married Benjamin Dodge (int. of 
marriage July :'>, 1831), July 9, 1831. 

3506. Elbridge Fisk, b. Oct. 15, 1834; m. Lucy 

W. Fairfield, Jan. 15, 1867 (see 1988). 

3507. Lucy Jane, b. July 23, 1836; m. Benj. C. 

Frost (see 1 852), Dec. 22, 1859. 

3508. Chas. Albert, b. Apr. 20, 1844; d. Nov. 23, 

1844. 

3509. Ellen Louisa, b. Nov. 14, 1845; d. June 13, 

1867. 

3510. Ben. Walter, b. Aug. 24, 1848; m. Miss 

Webster, June 8, 1875. 

3511. George Hooper, b. Aug. 28, 1850; m. Miss 

Westervelt, Oct. 1, 1875. 

1853 

Benjamin C. Frost, son of William and Mary Louisa 
(Cutts) Frost, married Lucy Jane Dodge, Dec. 22, 
1859. 

3512. Wm. Dodge, b. Sept. 13, 1867. 

3513. Ellen Louisa, b. Aug. 19, 1870. 

1854 

Annie Parks, daughter of Samuel and Marianne 
(Cutts) Parks, married Rev. Dr. A. K. Potter. 

3514. Albert, b. 

3515. Grace, b. 

3516. Ralph, b. 

1856 

Henry O. Cutts, son of Thos. Jefferson and Huldah 
(Chadbourne) Cutts, married Ann Johnson, Aug. 17, 
1855. 

3517. Frederick O., b. July 2, 1856; d. Dec. 10, 1860. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 285 

1859 

Wm. Foxwell Cutts married Mary Abbie Sanborn, 
Nov. 25, 1855, Milton Mills, N. H. 

3518. Mary, b. July 12, 185f3 ; d. Sept. 9, 1856. 

3519. Ora E., b. Dec. 13, 1858; m. J. F. Farnham. 

3520. Chas. William, b. Oct. 13, 1862 ; m. Grace 

Garvin, Apr. 10, 1889. 

3521. Fred'k W., b. Nov. 4, 1864. 

1863 

Humphrey Chadbourne Cutts married Helen M. 
Jenks, Nov. 5, 1866. 

3522. (Son), b. ; d. y. 

3523. Dolly T., b. Apr. 9, 1872. 

3524. Bonnie L., b. July 18, 1874. 

3525. Samuel N., b. May 1, 1876, Storm Lake, Iowa. 

1866 

Thomas Jefferson Cutts (Jr.) married Lydia M. 
Jewett, 1862. 

3526. Alberta Jewett, b. Apr. 3, 1863; m. Wm. 

S. Hargraves. 

1868 

James Foxwell Webster, son of James and Caroline 
(Cutts) Webster, married Fanny L. Ward, Sept. 16, 
1861. 

3527. Annie Parks, b. Apr. 10, 1862. 

3528. Thos. Souther, b. Apr. 27, 1864; m. Julia A. 

Thornes, Dec. 9, 1890. 

3529. Richard Foxwell Cutts, b. Jan. 10, 1866. 

3530. Henry Putnam, b. Aug. 28, 1869. 

3531. Caroline Louisa, b. Dec. 12, 1871. 

3532. Harriet Ward, b. Mar. 20, 1874. 

3533. John Wallace, b. 

3534. Wm. Sidney, b. 



286 CuTTs Genealogy. 

1869 

Charles Dana Livingston Webster married Bina 

AUard, Nov. 10, 1878. 

3535. Ernest Livingston, b. May 4, 1879. 

3536. Caroline Eliza, b. July 18, 1884. 

1879 

Augustus Cutts, son of Foxw^ell Curtis and Lucy 
(Jacobs) Cutts, married . 

3537. Lucy, b. 

Mrs. Cutts died 

Augustus Cutts married (2) Emma McKean, Jan., 
1875. 

3538. Geo. Usher, b. Nov. 11, 1875. 

3539. Lizzie Emma, b. Apr. 28, 1877 ; d. about 6 weeks 

old. 

3540. Eugene A., b. May 30, 1878. 

3541. LiLLA Emma, b. Feb. 12, 1881. 

3542. Thomas Curtis, b. May 21, 1882. 

3543. Harry H., b. Aug. 8, 1883. 

3544. Ernest Richard, b. Feb. 12, 1886. 

3545. Sadie L., b. Oct. 17, 1887. 

3546. Ralph Milliken, b. Feb. 12, 1890. 

1879 

Julia Elizabeth Cutts married Thomas Goudie, Dec. 

18, 1876. 

3547. Wm. Oliver, b. Mar. 18, 1878; d. Mar., 1878. 

3548. George Alex., b. Jan. 4, 1880. 

3549. Clyde Eastman, b. Jan. 16, 1884. 

3550. Chester Herbert, b. Sept. 9, 1887. 

1883 
Joseph Chester Cutts, son of William Wentvvorth 
and Mary Joanna (Cutts) Cutts, married Carrie Good- 
rich. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 287 

3551. Ruth, b. Apr. 4, 1888; d. Oct. 17, 1890. 

3552. Rachel, b. Nov. 25, 1889. 

3553. RiCHAED, b. Sept. 28, 1891. 

1897 

Sarah Cutts Frost, daughter of Joseph and Dorcas 
Cutts (Bartlett) Frost, married Isaiah Hanscom, Sept. 
24, 1835. 

3554. John O., b. ; m. Martha Jenkins. 

3555. Wallace W., b. ; m. Abbie Dodge. 

3556. Meldon L., b. ; m. Louisa Hyde. 
I. Hanscom died in Jan., 1880. 

1898 

Mary E. Frost married William L. Kennard, June 6, 
1832. 

3557. Edwaed A, b. July 16, 1833; m. Susan M. 

Borden, Jan. 1, 1860. 

3558. Emma F., b. Feb. 21, 1835 ; m. Oliver Prime, 

Jan. 3, 1858. 

3559. Saeah a., b. May 9, 1838; m. Chas. De 

Coff. 

3560. Claea B., b. May 20, 1840. 

3561. Chaeles W., b. July 20, 1842 ; m. Lucy Lord, 

Nov. 8, 1866. 

3562. Lizzie M., b. Aug. 9, 1845 ; m. Geo. O. Shap- 

leigh, Dec. 30, 1866. 

3563. Geoege E., b. Apr. 2, 1849; d. July 24, 

1850. 

3564. Geoege F., b. June 20, 1851 ; m. Florence 

Mansfield, Oct., 1882. 

3565. Feank E., b. Jan. 10, 1857 ; m. Ellen Athorn, 

Dec. 25, 1876. 
Wm. L. Kennard died Dec. 25, 1891, 8e. 85 yi's. 7 
mos. 



288 CuTTS Genealogy. 

1899 

Joseph W. Frost married Cornelia Nelson, Jan. 16, 
1850. 

3566. Sarah, b. 

3567. Lizzie, b. 

3568. AvoLYN, b. 

3569. Joseph, b. 

1901 

Dorcas Bartlett Frost married Mark F. Goodwin, 
Dec. 4, 1845. 

3570. Addie W., b. Sept. 29, 1848 ; m. Nathaniel 

Knowlton, Sept. 30, 1884. 

3571. George F., b. Dec. 16, 1851. 

1905 

Henry Augustus Bartlett, son of Daniel and Mary 
(Yeaton) Bartlett, married Johanna Grant. 

3572. Mary Ellen, b. ; Logansport, Ind. 

1906 

Eliza Ann Bartlett married Benjamin Poole, Feb. 21, 
1842. 

3573. Benj. (Jr.), b. Oct. 12, 1843; d. unm., July 

28, 1882. 

3574. Orlando Bartlett, b. Apr. 6, 1845 ; m. (1) 

Miss Munday, 1870 ; m. (2) Dora T. Wilder, 
s. p., Mar., 1881. 

3575. Mary Abbie, b. Apr. 10, 1848; m. Andrew 

L. Pierce, Nov., 1885, s. p. 

3576. Annie Lee, b. May 6, 1865. 

1907 

Daniel Bartlett married Sarah Jane Kirkam. 

3577. Charles, b. 

3578. Frank, b. 

3579. John, b. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 289 

1909 

Mary Adelaide Bartlett married Gershom Home. 

3580. Nathaniel Geeeley, b. 

3581. Harry Blake, b. 

3582. John, b. 

3583. Danlel, b. 

3584. Fred., b. 

3585. Orlando, b. 

3586. Herbert, b. 

1910 

Lydia Sawyer Bartlett married Levi S. Blake. 

3587. Annie Louise, b. 

1911 

Sarah Cutts Bartlett married Cyrus Wentworth. 

3588. Eugene, b. 

3589. Cora, b. 

1915 

John Cutts Bartlett, son of William and Hannah 
(Neal) Bartlett, married, in 1846, Lucinda Pope of 
Wells, Me., who died Apr. 10, 1886, and had no chil- 
dren. Most of his life was passed at sea. He is now 
in his old age a resident of Beverly, N. J. 

1917 

Hannah Bartlett, daughter of William and Mary 
(Donnell) Bartlett, married Andrew C. Mumler, Oct. 
20, 1853. 

3590. Wm. Bartlett, b. Aug. 26, 1855; m. Martha 

Duntley, June 15, 1880. 

3591. Susan Blowers, b. Apr. T, 1857; d. unm., 

Jan. 19, 1878. 

3592. Alice Gertrude, b. July 16, 1858 ; m. Ed- 

ward Owler, June 9, 1881. 
37 



290 CuTTS Genealogy. 

1918 

Mary Poole Bartlett married Wm. Safford Yorke, 
Apr. 4, 1852. 

3593. Wm. Bartlett, b. July 6, 1854; d. Aug. 14, 

1854. 

3594. Minnie Safford, b. June 13, 1856 ; m. Clias. 

Hertkorn, Nov. 12,1879. 

3595. John Bartlett, b. Jan. 8, 1859 ; drowned 

July 4, 1873. 

3596. Henry Safford, b. Nov. 27, 1860; d. Sept. 

19, 1861. 

3597. Anna Marie, b. Aug. 13, 1866. 

3598. Florence Bartlett, b. July 5, 1873. 

1919 

Matilda P. Bartlett married Jas. Henry Knowlton, 
1853. 

3599. Ida Matilda, b. Nov. 21, 1856 ; d. unm., Jan., 

1881. 

3600. Edward Stanton, b. Jan. 27, 1870. 

1931 

Frances Anna Bartlett, daughter of William and 
Hepzibah (Furbush) Bartlett, married Edward L. Fos- 
ter, Sept. 25, 1866. 

3601. Wm. Louis, b. Oct. 19, 1870. 

1933 

Carolyn A. Bartlett married Joseph M. Foster, Apr. 
6, 1869. 

3602. Charlotte Maude, b. July 21, 1870. 

3603. Alice Lillian, b. Aug. 2, 1872. 

3604. Harry Bartlett, b. May 13, 1874. 

3605. Carolyn Adelaide, b. Mar. 23, 1876. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 291 

3606. Flokence Amelia, b. Sept. 10, 1878. 

3607. Josephine May, b. Apr. 20, 1881. 

3608. Fannie Reed, b. Apr. 11, 1885. 

1930 

Joseph Hurd Bartlett, son of Jos. and Mary (Poole) 
Bartlett, married Rilla Lake, Dec. 15, 1861. 

3609. Maey Emily Poole, b. Feb. 2, 1863. 

3610. Jos. Edward, b. Apr. 9, 1873. 

1938 

Joseph Bartlett, son of Thomas Cutts and Anne 
(Donald) Bartlett, married Emma Dunnell. 

3611. WiNFIELD, b. 

1939 

Nathaniel;Bartlett married . 

3612. George, b. 

3613. Oscar, b. ; m. Miss Dennett ; d. Feb. 27, 

1889. 

1933 

Horace Bartlett married Maria Whitney. 

3614. Edith, b. 

3615. Willie, b. 

3616. Grace, b. 

1934 

Julia Bartlett married Mitchel da Shore. 

3617. Minnie, b. 

1939 

Chas. Edwin Bartlett, son of George Charles and 
Elizabeth (Elkins) Bartlett, married Alvina Drew, 
Oct. 11, 1873. 



292 CuTTS Genealogy. 

3618. Viola Drew, b. Dec. 19, 1875. 

3619. Elroy, b. Feb. 22, 1879. 

3620. George, b. Jan. 6, 1888. 
Mrs. A. D. Bartlett died Dec, 1886. 

C. E. Bartlett married (2) Clementine Scotney, Jan., 
1888. 

1943 

George Loring Pierce, son of Daniel and Mary Joanna 
(Bartlett) Pierce, married Harriet N. Noyes of Boston, 
Mass., Nov. 9, 1861. 

3621. Daneel, b. Oct. 2, 1862. 

1944 

Marianna Pierce married William P. Stewart, Oct. 
29, 1862. 

3622. George Percival, b, June 13, 1864. 

3623. Wm. Pierce, b. Apr. 27, 1867. 

1945 

Anna Elizabeth Pierce married Dennis M. Shapleigh, 
Aug. 6, 1863. 

3624. Annie Edna, b. May 8, 1864; d. Aug. 13, 

1865. 

3625. Edward Everett (M. D.), b. Mar. 3, 1868; 

m. L. Mabelle Humpbreys, Feb. 18, 1891. 

1951 

Ella Adelaide Augusta Scammon, daughter of John 
Q. A. and Julia A. A. (Cutts) Scammon, married Ben- 
jamin Nourse Goodale, Jan. 30, 1873. 

3626. John Leland, b. May 21, 1874. 

3627. Stephen Lincoln, b. Aug. 31, 1875. 

3628. Samuel Perley, b. May 8, 1881. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 293 

1956 

Rose Adele Cutts, daugliter of James Madison and 
Ellen Elizabeth (O'Neale) Cutts, married Stephen A. 
Douglass, 1858. 

3629. Ellen, b. Sept. 30, 1859; d. June 4, 1860. 
Stephen A. Douglass died in Chicago, 111., June 3, 

1861. 

Mrs. Rose Ad^le (Cutts) Douglass married General 
Robert Williams, Jan., 1866. 

3630. Robert Cutts, b. Jan. 23, 1867. 

3631. Ellen, b. Aug. 18, 1868. 

3632. Philip, b. Feb. 8, 1870. 

3633. Adele, b. Mar. 18, 1873. 

3634. Jas. Catlet, b. Nov. 20, 1875. 

3635. Mildred Mary, b. June 18, 1880. 

1957 

Jas. Madison Cutts (Jr.) married Mary Elizabeth 
Wheeler, daughter of Thomas and Rose (Harrison) 
Wheeler, July 13, 1872. 

3636. Douglass Aloysius, b. Oct. 28, 1873 ; d. June 

10, 1874. 

3637. Mary Elizabeth, b. Nov. 15, 1874. 

3638. Douglass, b. Dec. 26, 1875; d. Feb. 9, 

1881. 

3639. Madison Aloysius, b. Oct. 17, 1877; d. Dec. 

29, 1880. 

3640. Leo Merit, b. July 7, 1879. 

3641. Ad^le, b. Nov. 29, 1880; d. Feb. 20, 

1889. 

3642. Alice Salome, b. Feb. 12, 1882. 

3643. Chas. Heywood, b. Jan. 16, 1884. 

3644. Arthur Douglass, b. Mar. 17, 1886. 

3645. Horace Harrison, b. June 9, 1 



294 CuTTS Genealogy. 

1960 

Richard Malcom Cutts, son of Eichard D. and Martha 
J. (Hackley) Cutts, married Emily V. Turner, 1872. 

3646. Alice Gertrude, b. 1874. 

3647. Richard Malcom (Jr.), b. 1878. 

1961 

Anna Gertrude Cutts married Moorfield Storey, Esq., 
1870. 

3648. Elizabeth Moorfield, b. 1871. 

3649. Anna Gertrude, b. 1872. 

3650. Richard Cutts, b. 1875. 

3651. Katherine, b. 1879. 

3652. Chas. Moorfleld, b. 1889. 

1964 

John Wingate Thornton, son of James Brown and 
Eliza (Gookin) Thornton, mari-ied Eliza Wallace 
Bowles, daughter of Samuel J. Bowles, May 31, 1848. 

3653. Elizabeth Thorndike, b. Aug., 1853. 

3654. Henry, b. Oct. 3, 1865 ; d. June 9, 1876. 

1965 

Sarah Cutts Gookin Storer Thornton married Jotham 
Guild Chase of Springfield, Mass., Apr. 29, 1846. 

3655. James Brown Thornton, b. Feb. 22, 1847; 

m. Anna E. L. Allyn, May 6, 1870. 

1968 

Rev. James Brown Thornton married Katherine Mary 
Stoughton, May 19, 1851. 

3656. Eliza Gookin, b. Oct. 15, 1854 ; d. y. 

3657. Wyllys Stoughton, b. Aug. 9, 1856 ; d. 1864. 

3658. James Brown (Jr.), b. Oct. 5, 1861 ; Bowdoin 

Medical School 1885. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 295 

3659. Mary Stoughton, b. July 23, 1865. 

Mrs. K. M. S. Thornton died Jan. 2, 1872, se. 41. 
Rev. J. B. Thornton married Clara Small of Bangor, 
Me., July 24, 1872. 

3660. John Wingate, b. June 7, 1873. 

1970 

Col. Charles Cutts Gookin Thornton married Anna 
Bartlett Calef, daughter of Joseph Calef of Saco, Me., 
Nov. 27, 1851. 

3661. Mary Calef, b. Mar., 1853. 

1973 

Eliza Gookin Thornton married Mathias Libby, Dec. 
24, 1859. 

3662. Chas. Thornton, b. Sept. 28, 1861. 

3663. Cornelia Maynard, b. Sept. 8, 1866. 

1973 

Frances Ann Shepley Thornton married George Fol- 
ger Calef, June 13, 1866. 

3664. George Thornton, b. Feb. 14, 1871 ; d. Aug. 

11, 1871. 

3665. Ralph Gookin, b. Dec. 16, 1874. 

3666. Mabel, b. Apr. 20, 1878; d. Apr. 21, 

1878. 
Geo. F. Calef died Aug. 5, 1891, sb. 62. 
He was treasurer of York Institute, trustee of Thorn- 
ton Academy and trustee of the Saco Savings Bank. 

1975 

Thornton Cutts Emery, son of Moses and Sarah C. 
(Thornton) Emery, married Abby L. Bailey, Jan. 1, 
1849. 

Mrs. A. L. B. Emery died May 10, 1858. 



296 CuTTS Genealogy. 

1977 

Charles Carroll Emery married Anna Caldwell, Sept. 
9, 1857. 

3667. John Carroll, b. Jan. 19, 1860. 

3668. Frank Woodward, b. Apr. 24, 1863. 

3669. Eugene Thornton, b. Jan. 9, 1866. 

1983 

George Albert Fairfield, son of (Governor) John and 
Anna Payne (Thornton) Fairfield, married Harriette 
Nichols, 1848. 

3670. Walter Browne, b. Oct. 11, 1849. 

3671. KuFus Albert, b. Aug. 2, 1851 ; m. Frances 

Patten. 

3672. Florence Nichols, b. Aug. 2, 1855. 

3673. Franklin Hamilton, b. Jan. 4, 1860 ; m. H. 

N. Fairfield. 

3674. Philip Nichols, b. May 28, 1865; d. Dec. 11, 

1868. 

1984 

Sarah Thornton Fairfield married Benjamin Franklin 
Hamilton. 

3675. Henry Fairfield, b. Dec. 16, 1856. 

3676. John Fairfield, b. Aug. 26, 1858; d. Sept. 

8, 1875. 

3677. Thomas Carl, b. July 25, 1862 ; d. Feb. 19, 

1881. 

3678. Kobert Whitman, b. June 19, 1873. 

3679. Benj. Franklin (Jr.), b. June 19, 1873 ; d. 

June 19, 1873. 

1980 

Hampden Fairfield married Ellen Kezer Perkins. 

3680. Caroline Augusta, b. Jan. 10, 1861 ; m. A. 

M. Goodale. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 297 

3681. Feederick Whitney, b. June 20, 1862 ; d. Aug. 

25, 1862. 

3682. Edward Cyrus, b. Aug. 22, 1863. 

3683. Harriette Nichols, b. Aug. 1, 1865; m. F. 

H. Fairfield. 

3684. Robert Perkins, b. Feb. 1, 1867; d. Aug. 22, 

1867. 

3685. Sarah Hamilton, b. Aug. 27, 1868. 

3686. Ellen Hampden, b. Feb. 6, 1870. 

1990 

Anna Payne Fairfield married Cyrus Maynard Per- 
kins. 

3687. John Hovey, b. Dec. 10, 1870. 

3688. Walter Fairfield, b. Jan. 28, 1872. 

3689. Cyrus Maynard (Jr.), b. July 31, 1874. 

3690. Lucy Fairfield, b. Nov. 5, 1875. 

3691. Alice, b. Nov. 11, 1877 ; d. Aug. 13, 1878. 

3692. Ellen Fairfield, b. Feb. 27, 1879. 

1993 

Edward Henry Snow, son of James and Mary E. 
(Nye) Snow, man-ied Charlotte E. Wood, Oct. 30, 
1860. 

3693. Maud L., b. July 1, 1862. 

3694. Arthur Wood, b. Feb. 11, 1865. 

3695. Mary G., b. Oct. 11, 1866. 

3696. Albert Nye, b. Nov. 6, 1868. 

3697. Herbert Wood, b. Jan. 29, 1877. 

1993 

Elizabeth Walker Keating, daughter of Richard and 
Sarah Sayward (Barrell) Keating, married William 
Frost (M. D)., Mar. 28. 1805, son of Brig.-Gen. John 
and Mary (Nowell) Frost of Eliot, Me. 
38 



, 298 CuTTS Genealogy. 

3698. Sarah (Sally) Wood, b. Dec. 4, 1806 ; m. 

Stephen Morton, Nov. 12, 1827; d. Apr. 4, 

1870. 
Mrs. E. W. K. Krost died in Cuba, May 23, 1811. 
Wm. Frost, (M. D)., died May 7, 1823, se. 42, in Cuba. 

1995 

Richard Keating (Jr.) married Miss Miranda 
Emerson. 

3699. Edward Miranda Emerson, b. ; m. Han- 

nah Moody, dau. of Capt. Geo. Moody. 

1996 

Sophia Sewall, daughter of Moses and Ruth (Barrell) 
Sewall, married Edmund Munroe, Aug. 31, 1815. 

3700. Edmund Sewall, b. May 28, 1816; m. Sarah 

Stacy Clark, Sept. 11, 1845. 

3701. Charlotte, b. July 25, 1817; d. Nov. 7, 

1863. 

3702. George Downs, b. Jan. 20, 1819 ; m. Pauline 

T. Washburn, Sept. 8, 1843. 

3703. Charles Wm., b. Oct. 27, 1821 ; m. Susan M. 

Hall, Oct. 3, 1849. 

3704. SoPHL^, b. Apr. 30, 1823; m. Moses G. Cobb, 

Oct. 14, 1846. 

3705. Susan Dwight, b. May 6, 1825 ; m. Horatio 

S. Smith, May 16, 1849. 

3706. Anna Smith, b. Mar. 9, 1827; m. Geo. W. 

Eastman, (M. D)., Apr. 28, 1852. 

3707. Louisa Sewall, b. Dec. 11, 1829. 

1997 

Benjamin Sewall married Louisa Bowman. 

3708. Louisa Bowman, b. ; m. Chas. Hub- 

bard. 





'^JcJr C/^^^^21^ _ 



CuTTS Genealogy. 299 

sooo 

Moses Sewall married Louisa Lentner. 

3709. William, b. 

3710. KiCHARD, b. 

3711. Hartley, b. 

3712. John, b. 

3001 

Mary Sewall married Silas Payson. 

3713. Henry, b. 

3006 

George Barrell Emerson married Olivia Buckminster, 
daughter of Rev. Jos. Stevens Buckminster. 

3714. George, b. ; d. 

3715. Frank, b. ; d. 

3716. Joseph Buckminster, b. ; d. 

3717. Lucy Buckminster, b. ; m. Hon. John 

Lowell. 

3718. James Arnold, b. 
Mrs. Olivia B. Emerson died 

Geo. B. Emerson married (2) Mary Rotch Fleering, 
and had one son, who died in infancy. 

2007 

William Emerson married Miss Bourne. 

3719. Lincoln Fletcher, b. ; m. Miss Wain- 

wright, s. p.; d. in Boston. 

3720. William Ralph, b. ; m. (1) Miss Meair; 

m. (2) Miss Watson. 

3008 

Olivia Emerson married Shepherd H. Norris. 

3721. Mary, b. ; d. 

3722. Katie, b. 

3723. William, b. 



300 CuTTS Genealogy. 

3009 

Ralph Emerson married twice and died in California. 
Two children survive. 

3724. , b. 

3725. , b. 

3010 

Sarah (Sally) Emerson married Edward Watts. 

.3726. , b. ; d. 

Edward Watts died 

Mrs. Sarah E. Watts married (2) Dr. George 
Heaton. 

3727. Charles, b. ; d. 

3728. Laura, b. ; m. Thos. Sturtevant. 

301S 

Joseph Green Moody, son of Joseph and Maria 
(BaiTell) Moody, married Elizabeth Cogswell Cur- 
rier, daughter of Jacob Morrill Currier, Nov. 27, 
1826. 

3729. George Wells, b. May 14, 1828; d. y. 

3730. Maria Elizabeth, b. Dec. 21, 1830. 

3731. George Lyman, b. Mar. 10, 1833; m. Mary 

E. Zimmerly, Jan. 26, 1869. 

Mrs. E. C. C. Moody died in July, 1833. 

Joseph G. Moody married (2) Martha Elizabeth Ful- 
ler, daughter of Judge Henry W. Fuller, Sept. 21, 
1834. 

3732. Joseph Henry, b. Aug. 13, 1836 ; d. y. 

3733. Caroline Farrar, b. May 7, 1838. 

3734. Martha Louise, b. Sept. 2, 1841 ; m. Henry 

P. Pronk, June, 1883. 
Mrs. Martha E. F. Moody died in Cambridge, Mass., 
Jan. 19, 1878. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 301 

3013 

George Barrell Moody married Mary Barker. 

3735. Maria, b. 

3736. Adele, b. 

3737. , b. 

3738. George, b. ; m. . 

S014 

Theodore Lyman Moody married Georgette Adele 
Hellen, daughter of Walter and Adelaide (Johnson) 
Hellen, in Washington, D. C, Sept., 1838. 

3739. Eugene Joseph, b. Sept., 1839; d. y. 

3740. Adelaide Maria, b. 1841 ; d. unm. in 1862. 

3741. Theodore Barrell, b. Dec, 1844 ; m. Ada 

C. Adams, Sept., 1880. 
Mrs. A H. Moody died March, 1863. 

9016 

Jonathan Sayward Barrell, son of Jonathan S. and 
Mary (Plummer) Barrell, married Julia Manent, Oct. 
28, 1845. 

3742. George O., b. ; unm., York, Me. 

S036 

Rufus Sewall, son of David and Hannah (Barrell) 
Sewall, married Frances Farrell, Louisiana. 

3743. Rufus, b. ; m. ; d. during the last 

war. 

3744. Sarah Frances, b. ; m. Hon. Jno. M. 

Landrum. 

*2039 

Charles Sewall married Mildred Gilmer. 

3745. John Albert, b. ; m. . 



302 CuTTS Genealogy. 

^036 

Charles Colburn Barrell, son of John and Theodosia 
(Lyman) Barrell, married Martha Jewett Odlin, Feb. 
3, 1859. 

3746. Wm. Odlin, b. Nov. 16, 1859. 

3747. Martha Osbokne, b. Aug. 11, 1861. 

3748. Mary Elizabeth, b. Dec. 15, 1862. 

3749. Theodosia Lyman, b. Sept. 11, 1864. 

3750. Charlotte Cheever, b. July 4, 1866 ; d. May 

27, 1876. 

3751. Chas. Sewall, b. Dec. 24, 1867. 

3752. Anna Odiorne, b. Dec. 8, 1869. 

3753. George Emerson, b. Oct. 12, 1871. 

Henry Theodore Cheever, son of Nathaniel and Char- 
lotte (Barrell) Cheever, married Jane Tyler, Apr. 27, 
1857. 

3754. Charlotte Barrell, b. Mar. 10, 1858 ; m. 

Wm. J. Tucker, June 23, 1887. 

3755. Ellen Tyler, b. Jan. 23, 1860 ; m. George L 

Rockwood, Nov. 13, 1890. 

3756. Elizabeth Bancroft, b. Mar. 3, 1862. 

3757. Mary Charles, b. Mar. 25, 1864 ; d. Dec. 26, 

1871. 

3758. Louisa Sewall, b. June 10, 1868. 

S045 

Charles Cutts Wilcox, son of Capt. David and Eliza- 
beth D. (Cutts) Wilcox, married in 1832, Elizabeth 
Leonard, who died s. p. in 1838. In 1839 he married 
Mrs. Augusta (Ernst) Peebles. 

3759. Elizabeth Leonard, b. Feb. 4, 1841 : m. 

Walter M. Smith, Sept. 25, 1860. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 303 

Mrs. Augusta E. Wilcox died July 29, 1845, ae. 2^. 
Chas. C. Wilcox married (3) Miss Alma Ann Chel- 
lis, 1854, in Rockford, 111. 

3760. Ida W., b. 1855 ; m. Orron B. Spencer (M. 

D.), Oct. 16, 1878. 
Mrs. Alma A. C. Wilcox died in 1868. 

9049 

George Washington Wilcox married Sarah Mellen 
Butman, Nov. 13, 1845. 

3761. Chaeles Hamilton, b. Sept. 26, 1847; m. C. 

J. Burchard, Mar. 5, 1878. 

3762. George Butman, b. Nov. 16, 1853; m. E. F. 

Berry, Oct. 8, 1874; d. Oct. 13, 1886. 

3763. Arthur Scott, b. Sept. 7, 1866. 
Mrs. Sarah (Butman) Wilcox died 

3050 

Louisa Caroline Wilcox married Capt. Wm. E. Put- 
nam, York, Me., Nov. 13, 1846. 

3764. (A daughter), b. in Hong Kong, Sept., 1862 ; 

d. Sept., 1862. 
Gapt. Wm. E. Putnam died Aug. 2, 1868, se. 58. 

3051 

Caroline Elizabeth Chick, daughter of James B. and 
Caroline (Cutts) Chick, married James C. Moore, 
1848. 

3765. Louise Putnam, b. Feb., 1849; m. H. E. 

Thompson, Jan. 20, 1870. 
Jas. C. Moore died in Feb., 1856. 
Mrs. Caroline Moore married (2) George L. Dickin- 
son of Dubuque, Iowa, in 1872. 

3766. Evelyn Willard Moore, b. Nov., 1873 ; d. 

Aug., 1875. 



304 CuTTS Genealogy. 

S053 

Maria Louise Chick married Wm. W. Willard of 
Brownsville, Me., 1854. 

3767. Evelyn K., b. Apr. 25, 1855; m. Jos. Ward- 

well, Sept. 28, 1873. 

3768. Marie Chick, b. Dec. 23, 1862 ; m. Charles 

Howes, May 28, 1S^83. 
W. W. Willard died 

3055 

Marcia Rice Chick married Charles B. Holmes in 
1866. 

3769. , b. ; d. y. 

Chas. B. Holmes died in 1868. 

Mrs. M. E. C. Holmes married (2) Col. E. R. Lum- 
bart of Dubuque, Iowa, in 1870, wlio died in Dec, 1887. 

3058 

Joseph Brown Cutts (M. D.), son of Hiram and Eu 
nice (Brown) Cutts, married AnnaS. Thacher, daugh- 
ter of George and Lucy (Bigelow) Thacher of Bidde- 
ford, Me., Nov. 1, 1853. 

3770. Geo. Thacher, b. Nov. 1, 1855; m. Mary 

Francis. 

Mrs. A. S. T. Cutts died in Polo, 111., in Apr., 1861. 

J. B. Cutts (M. D.) married (2) Marianne Burrows, 
daughter of John Burrows of Philadelphia, May 24, 
1865, and she died in Feb., 1877. 

3059 

Hiram Cutts (Jr.) married Frances Burt,Apr. 21, 1849. 

3771. Eunice Frances, b. Jan. 8, lh50; m. Geo. A. 

Sanderson, Oct. 14, 1872; d. Feb. 8, 1887. 

3772. Fred'k Gould, b. Oct. 6, 1851 ; m. Mary E. 

Colman, Apr. 30, 1873. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 305 

3773. Francis Childs, b. June 6, 1858 ; m. Elizabeth 

A. Farthing, Mar. 18, 1887. 
Mrs. Frances (Burt) Cutts died Aug. 9, 1882, se. 52. 

Alzira Cutts married Virgil Webster of Delhi, N. Y., 
Nov. 16, 1848. 

3774. Edward Herbert, b. July 4, 1851 ; M. D.; d. 

in Dixon, 111., Aug. 27, 1882. 

3775. Anna Frances, b. Feb. 21, 1853; m. Chase 

E. Glidden, Oct. 25, 1882. 

3776. Carlton Eugene, b. June 24, 1856 ; m. Miss 

Norton, Oct. 5, 1882. 

3777. Mary Emily, b. Nov. 1, 1860; m. Wemyss 

Jackson, Nov. 1, 1888. 

3778. Albert Virgil, b. Oct. 12, 1866. 

Emily Augusta Cutts married Rev. Mr. Hotchkiss in 
1850, who died 

Mrs E. A. C. Hotchkiss married (2) John Miller, 
Carmel, N. Y., Sept. 25, 1860. 

3779. Anna Cutts, b. Sept. 12, 1862; m. Edward 

J. Wilson, Oct. 9, 1888. 

3063 

Mary Elizabeth Cutts married John D. Campbell, 
Dec. 22, 1859. 

3780. Juniata G., b. Feb. 17, 1862; m. Thos. F. 

Hunt, Aug. 22, 1888. 

3781. Mignonette, b. Mar. 21, 1867. 

3064 

Marcia Anna Cutts married Amos F. More, Oct. 6, 
1856. 

39 



3o6 CuTTS Genealogy. 

3782. Albert Cutts, b. Dec. 12, 1864. 

3783. Amos Foster, b. Feb. 10, 1867. 

3784. George Henry, b. June 19, 1871. 

3785. Fred. Leavitt, b. Jan. 11, 1874. 

3786. Stata Marie, b. Nov. 25, 1876. 

3787. Frank, b. June 24, 1881. 

3065 

George Cutts married Mary E. Thorp of Oregon, 
Olge CO., Ill, Jan. 1, 1873. 

3788. Mabel, b. Aug. 2, 1879. 

3789. Ethel, b. Oct. 9, 1875. 

3790. Louise, b. May 14, 1888, Newberg, Ore. 

S068 

Elizabeth Cutts, daughter of Asa and Mary (Pierce) 
Cutts, married William Pierson, 1838. 

3791. Wm. Henry, b. Jan. 12, 1839; m. Annie L. 

Bailey. 
Mrs. E. C. Pierson died Jan. 17, 1839. 

3069 

John Scott Cutts married Martha March, Apr. 18, 
1838. 

3792. Elizabeth Pearson, b. Jan. 17, 1839 ; m. Asa 

Lyman, Nov. 7, 1866. 

3793. Emily C, b. Mar. 19, 1840 ; m. Chas. H. Judd, 

Nov., 1859. 

3794. Ella S., b. Apr., 1843; d. 1844. 

3795. John Scott, b. May 20, 1847 ; m. Etta O. 

Leavitt, Nov., 1871 ; d. May 30, 1890. 

9071 

Charles Cutts married , and removed west. 

3796. William, b. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 307 

Abigail Ann Cutts, daughter of Joseph H. and Han- 
nah (Jacobs) Cutts, married Caleb Emery, son of Caleb 
and Mary A. (Chandler) Emery, 1843. 

3797. Alice K, b. Dec. 15, 1845. 

3798. Caleb, b. 1847; d. y. 

3799. Henry F.,b. Aug. 31, 1848; m. Lizzie Branham. 

3800. Mary Gr., b. Dec. 20, 1851. 

3801. Lizzie J., b. Feb. 4, 1855 ; m. G. W. Fernald. 
3S02. Anna Caleb, b. Sept. 1, 1857. 

. 3803. Sarah A., b. Jan. 8, 1860. 

3804. Chandler Cutts, b. Feb. 7, 1861. 

3805. Robert Lee, b. July 20, 1864. 

Caleb Emery died in Augusta, Ga., Dec. 16, 1872. 
Mrs. A. A. (Cutts) Emery died Mar. 23, 1888. 

2074 

Mary Jane Cutts married Isaac Flint. 

3806. Isaac Arthur, b. 

3807. Henry, b. ; d. y. 

3808. Carrle, b. 

3809. Sallie, b. ; m. W. C. Buck. 

2076 

Miranda Cutts married Joseph L. Kennison. 

3810. Mary L., b. ; m. Chas. Eoot. 

3811. Frederick, b. 

3812. Joseph, b. 

2078 

Joseph Holt Cutts married Violetta Otis. 

3813. WiNFiELD Scott, b. 

3814. Florence, b. ; m. Chas. Ober. 

3815. Robert, b. 

3816. Arthur, b. ; d. y. 



3o8 CuTTS Genealogy. 

2080 

Edwin Clark, son of Oliver Clark and Paulina H. 
(Frye) Clark, married Huldah Getchell. 

3817. GrEO. Edwin, b. 

3818. Effie Louise, b. ; m. Geo. H. Smith, Oct. 

17, 1885. 

3819. , b. ; d. y. 

3081 

Elbridge Clark married Maria Bartlett. 
8820. Ella Maria, b. ; m. George Scott. 

3821. Chas. Herbert, b. 

3822. Mabel, b. ; m. Romanzo Thayer. 

3823. Emma Augusta, b. 

3824. Albert, b. 

S083 

Samuel Clarke married Ellen Shapleigh. 

3825. Arabelle Shapleigh, b. 

3826. Oliver Everett, b. 1868; d. Jan. 11, 1877. 

3827. Raymond, b. . 

S095 

Oliver Cutts Hatch, son of Moses and Olive (Cutts) 
Hatch, married Emma Manning, June 9, 1874. 

3828. Bertha, b. Jan., 1876. 

3101 

John Howard Cutts, son of Oliver and Elizabeth 
(Smith) Cutts, married Mary Buzzell. 

3829. Hattie, b ; d. y. 

3830. Eugene, b. ; d. y. 

3110 

Antoinette Brown, daughter of John F. and Han- 
nah (Cutts) Brown, married Mr. Montague of Nor- 
folk, Va. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 309 

3881. William, b. 

3832. Antoinette, b. . - 

3833. Chestee, b. 

Emily Thomas, daughter of Herbert and Augusta 
(Cutts) Tliomas, married Mr. Junkins. 

3834. Maeion, b. 

2115 

Herbert Thomas (Jr.) married . 



3835. Wm. Howaed, b. ; <i. J- 

!3]18 

Mary Mills, daughter of William and Julia (Cutts) 
Mills, married Mr. Sanborn. 

3836. William, b. 

3837. Haeeiet, b. 

S131 

Eunice Wentworth Cutts married Mr. De Navarro. 

3838. EsTELLE, b. ; m. Josiah M. Varrell, Jan. 

1, 1890. 

2125 

Edwin Furnald, son of William Cutts and Jane (Teb- 
betts) Furnald, married Josephine Butler, 1872. 

3839. Blanche, b. 

3840. Bessie, b. 

3131 

Charles Wherren Furnald, son of Samuel and La- 
vinia (Wherren) Furnald, married Mary A. Eemick. 

3841. Caeeie, b. 

Mrs. M. A. B. Furnald died 



3IO CuTTS Genealogy. 

Chas. W. Furnald married (2) Eliza Rand. 

3842. LiLLiE E., b. 

3843. Eliza, b. 

2132 

Harriet A. Furnald married Charles T. Burnham. 

3844. Carrie Furnald, b. 1868. 

3845. Arthur, b. 1870. 

3846. Fred., b. ; d. y. 

^133 

Julia A. Furnald married John Sliapleigb. 

3847. Frank, b. ; d. y. 

2134 

Wilbur Furnald married Mary Thompson. 

3848. Ernest, b. 1875. 

3849. Ralph S., b. 1883. 

3135 

Oren Bent Hammond, son of Elisha and Elizabeth 
(Furnald) Hammond, married Mary E. Bartlett, Sept. 
6, 1866. 

3850. Edna Bartlett, b. Dec. 16, 1867. 

3851. Olive Elizabeth, b. Apr. 15, 1870 ; d. Aug. 

22, 1870. 

3852. WiLLARD Elisha, b. Oct. 13, 1874 ; d. Dec, 

1874. 

3853. Bartlett, b. July 11, 1878. 

3137 

Martha M. Furnald, daughter of Robert Cutts and 
Caroline (Nowell) Furnald, married George M. Pritch- 
ard. 

3854. Arthur, b. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 311 



3855. Annah, b. ; d. y. 

3856. Maegie, b. ; d. y. 

3857. Martha, b. 



S139 



Mary O. Furnald, daughter of Eobert C. and Eunice 
(Lord) Furnald, married Rev. Schuyler Farnbam. 

3858. Ralph, b. 

3859. Robert, b. 

3860. Annie, b. 

2142 

George T. Furnald, son of Mark and Julia A. (Han- 
son) Furnald, married Sarali F. Berry, 1868. 

3861. Emma, b. 

3862. Mark, b. 

S144 

Julia A. Furnald married Freeland Doe. 

3863. Lizzie, b. 1873. 

3146 

Laura Furnald, daughter of John and Mary A. 
(Paul) Furnald, married Ansel J. Durgin, 1871. 

3864. Fred., b. 1873. 

S147 

George H. Furnald married Ida E. Paul. 

3865. Carrie, b. 

3866. Paul, b. 

3867. George, b. 

Mary Clara Helen Furnald, daughter of William A. 
and Margery P. C. Furnald, married William N. San- 
born, 1873. 



312 CuTTS Genealogy. 

3868. Ralph I. W., b. 1874; d. y. 

3869. Maud F., b. 1877. 

3870. Harey B., b. 1881. 

3153 

William Linwood Furnald married Lillian A. Brooks. 

3871. Winifred Wilson Brooks, b. 1887. 

3155 

Mary (Polly) Gunnison, daughter of Joseph and Tab- 
itha (Wells) Gunnison, married Daniel S. Currier. 

3872. Olivia, b. ; m. Wm. Batchelder. 

3873. Hannah, b. ; d. y. 

3874. Elzira, b. ; ra. Daniel Buswell. 

3875. Mary Jane, b. ; m. Elbridge Putney. 

3876. LovENA B., b. ; m. John Wheeler. 

3156 

Harriet Gunnison married Joel S. Dame, Dec. 29, 
1825. 

3877. Emily K., b. ; m. Russell Bixby. 

3878. Olive, b. 

3879. Olivia Harriet, b. ; m. Walter Scales, 

3880. George E., b. ; m. Louisa Huntoon. 

3160 

Elzira Gunnison married Marvin Smith. 

3881. Seymour A., b. 

3882. Adelbert, b. 

3883. Ann Zitella, b. 

3884. Frances, b. ; d. June 29, 1873. 

3163 

Sarah Gunnison married Mr. Wiggins. 

3885. Curtis, b. 

3886. Robert, b. 

3887. Franklin, b. 



CuTTs Genealogy. 313 

S168 

Hannah Wells Gunnison maiTied A. P. Hutchinson. 
8888. William, b. 

3889. Susan L, b. ; m. (1) A. H. Brett; (2) C. 

H. Young. 

3890. Harriet M., b. ; m. Dexter Parker. 

3891. Ida L., b. ; ra. John Simonds. 

3892. Elwin p., b. ; d. y. 

3893. Edward P., b. ; d. y. 

Susan Wells Gunnison married James Hoyt, July 29, 
1850. 

3894. James, b. 

3895. Lizzie, b. 
Jas. Hoyt died 

Mrs. S. W. G. Hoyt married Ebenezer Hoyt. 

2167 

Sophira Williams Gunnison married William Peaslee, 
June 1, 1831. 

389n. Ellen E., b. 

3897. Mary Frances, b. ; m. Richard F. Piatt. 

2171 

Alice Maria Gunnison married Silas Booth, 1842. 
3^98. George A., b. 1845. 

3899. Effie Maria, b. 1850. 

3900. Etta E., b. 1852. 

3179 

Mary E. Gunnison married Joshua W. Booth. 

3901. Charles A., b. ; m. Celeste S. Carr, Nov. 

10, 1870. 

3902. Alice E., b. 

40 



314 CuTTS Genealogy. 

9174 

Lois Minerva Gunnison murried Benj. F. Sawyer. 
3903. Fkench Albert, b. 
8904. Lydia S., b. 

9175 

Alma Jane Gunnison married S. B. Cofran. 

3905. John W., b. ; San Francisco, Cal. 

3906. Alma, b. ; m. Justin Marshall. 

2184 

Oliver Willey Gunnison, son of Oliver and Susan 
(Willey) Gunnison, married Ellen Van Schuyver, Dec. 
23, 1856. 

3907. Elbert Henry, b. Aug. 13, 1859. 

9185 

Henry Willey Gunnison married Esther L. Smith, 
Oct. 14, 1851. 

3908. Louisa Downs, b. Aug. 10, 1852 ; d. May 16, 

1853. 

3909. Chas. Cameron, b. June 20, 1855. 

3910. Florence, b. Jan. 28, 1860. 

3911. Ellen Van Schuyver, b. May 20, 1864. 

9186 

Eunice Alice Gunnison married Dan. Howard. 

3912. Lulu S., b. 

3913. Leon Henry, b. 

3914. Margeret S , b. 

3915. Mabel, b. 

9187 

Austin Gunnison married Margaret S. Sheppard, Oct. 
27, 1857. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 315 

3916. Frank, b. 

3917. Julia Sheppard, b. 

3918. Sheppard, b. 

2192 

Belinda Cutts, daughter of William and Olive (Dame) 
Cutts, married Ebenezer Adams. 

3919. Nathan, b. ; d. unm. 

3920. Mary, b. ; m. Russell Maxfield. 

3921. Betsey, b. ; m. Arnold Martin. 

3922. Joel, b. ; m. (1) Barbara Gould ; (2) Ellen 

Ames. 

2193 

Center L. Cutts married Juliana Hurd. 

3923. Olive, b. ; d. j. 

2194 

Harriet Emeline Cutts, daughter of Lorraine and 
Emeline (Murray) Cutts, married Rev. W. N. Bacon, 
July 26, 1855. 

3924. William Lorraine, b. Dec. 2, 1863. 

3925. Mary Alice, b. Aug. 31, 1866 ; m. Edward 

Nichols, Nov. 21, 1882. 

2195 

Charles Elbert Cutts married Betsey Larson, Apr. 17, 

1859. 

3926. Alice Emeline, b. June 26, 1860; m. John 

W. Wright, Nov. 24, 1877. 

3927. Chas. Rollin Edward, b. Mar. 26, 1865. 

3928. Wm. Elias, b. Feb. 15, 1869. 

3929. Custer, b. July 27, 1876. 

3930. GrARFiELD, b. July 15, 1881. 



3i6 CuTTS Genealogy. 

9197 

Rollin Edward Cutts married Sarah Aun Cutt8, Oct. 
11, 1866. 

3931. Daniel, b. June, 1869. 

3932. Elbert, b. Apr., 1871. 

3933. Alice, b. Mar., 1873; d. July, 1873. 
Mrs. S. A. C. Cutts died June 10, 1873. 

9S00 

Euretta R. Cutts, daughter of Edward and Eliza 
(Messer) Cutts, married Edson S. Higgins, June 13, 
1849. 

3934. Clayton Edward, b. ; ra. Ella C. San- 

ders, May, 1881; d. Nov. 4, 1887. 
Edson S. Higgins died in Burlington, Iowa, 1882. 

9901 

Abigail L. Cutts married Mason I. Fisher, Mar. 30, 
1852. 

3935. Jennie Eliza, b. Sept. 4, 1856; m. C. G. 

Brown, Dec. 4, 1880. 

9909 

Thomas Messer Cutts married Harriet E. Bigelow, 
Dec. 4, 1855. 

3936. William Messer, b. Dec. 20, 1856. 

3937. Mary A., b. Oct. 9, 1865 ; m. John M. Jame- 

son, Aug. 27, 1885. 

3938. James C, b. Feb. 15, 1859; d. Sept. 1, 1864. 

3939. Jennie, b. June 5, 1862 ; d. Sept. 5, 1863. 

3940. Gilbert E., b. June 25, 1868. 

3941. Samuel K, b Aug. 21, 1870. 

Mrs. Harriet E. B. Cutts died June 15, 1871. 
Thomas M. Cutts married (2) Saraantha J. Frater, 
Jan. 30, 1877. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 317 

3942. LiNA Feater, b. May 1, 1878. 

3943. Emma Lewis, b. Feb. 4, 1884. 

Marsena Edgar Cutts married Helen Frick of She- 
boygan, Wis., in June, 1857. 

3944. Elizabeth, b. ; m. Homer Smith. 

3945. Chaeles, b. ; d. May, 1880. 

3946. Thomas, b. ; d. Feb. 8, 1888. 

3947. Nellie, b. ; d. Apr., 1883. 

9208 

Eliza Ann Cutts, daughter of Thomas and Fannie 
(Kingsley) Cutts, married Rev. Frederick Widmer, 
Aug. 9, 1859. 

3948. Thomas Cutts, b. Apr. 11, 1862; d. Aug. 28, 

1862. 

3949. Fannie M., b. Jan. 25, 1864 ; m. Rev. W. S. 

Eaton, July 5, 1888. 

3950. WiLLAED Ives, b. Apr. 22, 1872. 

Henry Thomas Cutts married Cornelia A. Wilcox, 
Oct. 29, 1862. 

3951. Geoege Heney, b. Apr. 21, 1865. 

3952. Minnie Emily, b. June 5, 1866; d. June 11, 

1886. 

3953. Linus Wilcox, b. July 19, 1869. 

3954. Aethue Thomas, b. Sept. 15, 1870. 

Mary Diantha Cutts, daughter of Daniel Buell and 
Lucy Russell (Smith) Cutts, married Sheldon M. 
Streeter, Jan. 19, 1848. 

3955. Maey Maeinda, b. Oct. 21, 1848 ; m. L. C. 

Cook, Jan. 19, 1875. 



3i8 CuTTS Genealogy. 

2213 

Ira Smith Cutts married Mary L. Russell, June 11, 
1856. 

3956. Perlia A., b. Nov. 19, 1858 ; m. Chas. E. 

Smith. Nov. 19, 1878. 
Ira S. Cutts married (2) Delia Russell, 1874. 

3957. Daniel, b. Nov. 24, 1874. 

Roswell Bottome Cutts married Celia Yale, Dec. 15, 
1864. 

3958. , b. ; d. y. 

Mrs. Celia (Yale) Cutts died Dec. 13, 1868. 
Roswell Bottome Cutts married (2) Ellen S. Leach, 
Jan. 4, 1871. 

3959. LuoY Smith, b. Feb. 9, 1872. 

3960. Willis R., b. Apr. 17, 1874. 

2217 

Emily Jane Cutts married Orlando S. Earl, Oct. 11, 
1865. 

3961. Edwin Cutts, b. July 1, 1868. 

3962. Mabel Ann, b. June 1, 1870. 

3963. Ernest Buell, b. Sept. 16, 1873. 

Sarah EHzabeth Beecher, daughter of Silas and Fi- 
delia (Cutts) Beecher, married James E. Goodman, 
Mar. 28, 1860. 

3964. Jessie Ellen, b. Jan. 18, 1862. 

3965. Clarence, b. Dec. 28, 1864; d. Feb., 1865. 

3966. Mary Belle, b. June 21, 1867. 

3967. Silas Beecher, b. Apr. 15, 1869. 

3968. James Edward, b. Dec. 17, 1871. 

3969. Sarah Fidelia, b. Nov. 4, 1874. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 319 

Mary Louise Beecher married Morvalden Brayton, 
Jan. 3, 1872. 

3970. Laura Irene, b. May 8, 1874. 

3971. Grace Martha, b. July 14, 1876. 

3972. Henry Morvalden, b. May 22, 1878. 

3973. Mart Fidelia, b. Jan. 14, 1880. 

3974. Silas Anson, b. Nov. 30, 1885. 

2223 

Laura Amelia Beecher married Myron W. Woodruff, 
Dec. 26, 1874. 

3975. Melborne James, b. Jan. 26, 1876. 

3976. Silas Beecher, b. Sept. 10, 1877. 

3977. Myron Walter, b. Nov. 16, 1882. 

3978. Leroy Sylvester, b. Feb. 4, 1 884. 

3979. Chas. Jeremiah, b. Oct. 13, 1885. 

2226 

Newton Salmon Perkins married Phoebe A. Grill, 
Sept. 19, 1878. 

3980. Franklin E., b. June 7, 1880. 

2228 

Clarence E. Persons (M. D.) married Addie Gary, 

Nov. 27, 1878. 

3981. Harris Edward, b. 

2229 

Orville E. Persons married Ella L. Weeks, Mar. 20, 
1875. 

3982. MiNNLE M., b. 

3983. Mary L., b. 

3984. WiLLARD E., b. 

3985. Ernest R., b. 



320 CuTTS Genealogy. 

Emma A. Persons married Charles C. Wagner, Aug. 
28, 1883. 

3986. Perla M., b. 

Mary E. Persons married Albert Dresser. 

3987. Bertie U., b. 

3988. Mabel A., b. 

3989. Lewis E., b. 

3990. Eugene, b. 

3991. Mary L., b. 

2241 

Temperance Cutts, daughter of John and Hannah 
(Rand) Cutts, married Wm. L. Needham, June 13, 
1848. 

3992. William F., b. July 9, 1851. 

3993. Hannah, b. Apr. 1, 1854 ; d. July 3, 1862. 

3994. Alice R, b. July 24, 1856. 

3995. Addie N., b. Feb. 6, 1859 ; d. Mar. 26, 1874. 

3996. Rodney, b. June 6, 1861 ; d. y. 

3243 

Charles Cutts, son of John and Hannah (Rand) 
Cutts, married Elsie Sholes, Oct. 29, 1845. 

3997. Valona Z., b. Aug. 20, 1846; m. Frances H. 

Weed, Oct. 22, 1865. 

3998. Roosevelt, b. Feb. 4, 1848; d. Sept. 17, 

1861. 

3999. Imogene A., b. Feb. 15, 1853 ; d. Feb. 23, 

1856. 

4000. Celia, b. Dec. 17, 1855; m. Geo. A. Scribner, 

Jan. 16, 1877. 

4001. LuLA E., b. July 12, 1864. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 321 

2344 

Prudence Cutts married Horace R Everett, Oct. 27, 
1861. 

4002. Minnie C, b. June 15, 1862 ; d. Aug. 28, 1862. 

4003. Fkedekic E., b. Oct. 5, 1863 ; d. May 12, 1878. 

4004. William R, b. Jan. 5, 1866. 

4005. Benjamin K., b. Nov. 3, 1868 ; d. y. 

3345 

John Rodney Cutts married Sophronia M. George, 
May 6, 1851. 

4006. Thomas, b. May 15, 1855; d. Oct. 13, 1856. 

4007. Jennie A., b. Dec. 6, 1858 ; d. Sept. 28, 1869. 

3346 

Dexter Cutts, son of John and Martha (Parsley) 
Cutts, born Sept. 10, 1851, married Maria Rand. 

4008. LuELLA, b. Dec. 22, 1852; d. Aug. 18, 1858. 

4009. HiNKLEY M., b. July 16, 1856 ; m. Addie 

Carey, Jan. 4, 1882. 

4010. Addie E., b. Dec. 18, 1857; m. Edgar A. 

Royce, Nov. 24, 1880. 

4011. Otis V., b. Jan. 2, 1861. 

4012. IsoRA E., b. Aug. 6, 1 862 ; m. Frank L. Stearns, 

Oct. 27, 1880. 

4013. Andrew D., b. July 17, 1864. 

4014. Jennie M., b. Nov. 15, 1865; m. Oliver Mer- 

rill, Dec. 22, 1884. 

4015. Nathan A., b. Feb. 25, 1870; d. Nov. 24, 

1874. 

3347 

Tilton Cutts married Cordelia Rand, May 16, 1855. 

4016. Addie, b. Dec. 23, 1856; d. Feb. 9, 1859. 

4017. Melinoa, b. Oct. 3, 1860. 

41 



322 CuTTS Genealogy. 

4018. Herman, b. Mar. 13, 1862; d. Feb. 6, 1866. 

4019. Emma, b. Apr. 9, 1866. 

4020. Elmer, b. Mar. 6, 1869 ; d. Jan. 23, 1884. 

2348 

Addison Cutts married Rosilla Rand. 

4021. Arling B., b. Sept. 23, 1858. 

4022. Nellie M., b. Dec. 6, 1861 ; m. Heber Flan- 

ders, Jan. 7, 1886. 

4023. Burton R, b. June 5, 1869. 

2949 

Harvey Cutts married Mary A. Millen, Mar. 28, 1868' 

4024. Elmer H., b. July 11, 1866. 

4025. Ina M., b. July 28, 1868. 

4026. Harvey John, b. Sept. 26, 1871. 

2251 

Mary Jane Cutts, daughter of John and Sarah (Dame) 
Cutts, married John Moore, May 31, 1868. 

4027. Adella G., b. Dec. 14, 1863; m. Walter Fos- 

ter, Aug. 28, 1884. 

4028. Henrietta G., b. Mar. 3, 1866. 

4029. Lucia Blanche, b. July 23, 1873. 

2252 

Betsey Elmira Cutts, daughter of Oliver and Char- 
lotte (Croxford) Cutts, married Joel Merrill, Oct. 7, 
1853. 

4030. Alfretta, b. Nov. 13, 1854; m. Chas. Dodge, 

July 4, 1870. 

4031. LoRETTA, b. Apr. 12, 1856 ; m. Louis Breno, 

July 25, 1871. 

4032. Ida, b. Apr. 13, 1866; m. Merrill Jackson, 

Sept. 13, 1881. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 323 

Maria Cutts married Geo. W. Cox, Oct. 22, 1850. 

4033. John, b. Aug. 25, 1851; d. Dec. 21, 1873. 

4034. Lottie, b. June 6, 1853 ; m. Alex. Badow, 

Dec. 25, 1870; d. Dec. 21, 1872. 

4035. Feank, b. Aug. 25, 1856; d. June 8, 1860. 

9254 

Samuel Cutts married Aurora E. Sherburne, Apr., 
1855. 

4036. LoRA E., b. Jan. 28, 1856 ; m. Jos. Leonard, 

Mar. 6, 1873. 

4037. Clara A., b. June 14, 1858. 

4038. Myrta E., b. Jan. 15, 1862 ; m. C.L. Bugbee, 

Dec. 2, 1885. 

225G 

Lucy E. Cutts married Sylvester Owen, May 15, 
1853. 

4039. LuELLA, b. June 13, 1856 ; m. Davis Pittsley, 

May 13, 1883. 

4040. Frank, b. Feb. 19, 1858; d. Jan. 2, 1871. 

4041. Flora, b. Feb. 19, 1858; d. Feb. 14, 

1878. 
Sylvester Owen died Dec. 11, 1864. 
Mrs. L. E. C. Owen married (2) Louis Bates, Dec. 
13, 1865, who died July 9, 1881. 

2957 

Mary Cutts married John Tucker, Apr. 30, 1856. 

4042. Nettie, b. Mar. 8, 1858; d. June 26, 1865. 

4043. LoRETTA, b. Apr. 11, 1866; m. William Col- 

burn, Dec. 24, 1884. 

4044. Frank, b. Aug. 14, 1870. 



324 CuTTS Genealogy. 

^35 8 

Alonzo K. Cutts, son of Nathan and Mary (Burn- 
ham) Cutts, married Elizabeth A. W. Goodrich, June 
23, 1846. 

4045. Lydia Roselth. b. Jan. 28, 1847 ; d. May 13, 

1884. 

4046. Maky Elizabeth, b. Apr. 13, 1855; d. Feb. 

21, 1856. 

4047. Mary Ellen, b. Apr. 19, 1857; d. Feb. 22, 

1861. 

4048. Ida May, b. Apr. 7, 1859; d. Oct. 13, 

1868. 

4049. Anna L., b. Mar. 6, 1864. 

4050. Herbert A., b. Nov. 23, 1865. 

Philo Cutts, son of Nathan and Mary (Burnham) 
Cutts, married Sarah Harvey, July, 1851. 

4051. J. N., b. May, 1852. 

4052. Frank D., b. Mar., 1854. 

4053. Addie, b. Oct., 1856; d. Feb., 1874. 

4054. Emma S., b. Aug., 1858. 

4055. William, b. July 31, 1864. 

4056. Ellen, b. ; d. Feb., 1874. 

4057. Bertha, b. ; d. Feb., 1874. 

S361 

Rufus Cutts married Sarah Daggett, Sept., 1858. 

4058. Henry, b. Aug., 1859 ; d. 1861. 

4059. AsEL L, b. Mar., 1861. 

4060. Effie, b. Aug., 1863. 

4061. Fred. E., b. Sept., 1865. 

4062. Mary, b. Sept., 1868. 

4063. Leonora, b. Jan., 1871 ; d. 1879. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 325 

2971 

George Washington Cutts, son of Reuben and Me- 
hitable E. (Cheney) Cutts, married Eunice (Bascom) 
Wright, Apr. 22, 1858. 

4064. Henry A., b. Jan. 30, 1859 ; m. Amy Almira 

Clough, Oct. 13, 1885. 

4065. Austin, b. Dec. 3, 1860. 

4066. Joseph A., b. Feb. 9, 1864. 

4067. Bertie G., b. June 6, 1868; d. Dec. 19, 

1869. 

4068. Herbert, b. Oct. 27, 1870. 

4069. Reuben, b. Feb. 8, 1875. 

SS73 

Andrew J. Cutts married Mary Jane Messer, Aug. 
26, 1858. 

4070. Elber Reuben, b. Oct. 8, 1862 ; m. Clara E. 

Fisher, Feb. 19, 1884. 

4071. Mary Etta, b. Mar. 26, 1864; d. Nov. 6, 

1879. 

4072. Archie La Forest, b. Dec. 1, 1868. 
Mrs. Mary J. M. Cutts died Nov. 11, 1879. 

A. J. Cutts married (2) Emma L. Putnam, Mar. 21, 
1882. 

4073. Charles A., b. Feb. 3, 1884. 

2974 

Martin Van Buren Cutts married Jemima P. Gilman, 
May 10, 1861. 

4074. Emma Grace, b. May 19, 1871 ; d. unm., Aug. 
3, 1891. 

Mrs. J. P. G. Cutts died Mar. 29, 1876. 
M. V. B. Cutts married Katherine Barton, May 25, 
1879. 



326 CuTTS Genealogy. 

Edwin Cutts married Martha L. Lear, May 18, 
1862. 

4075. Alverse Henry, b. Jan. 5, 1865 ; m. Ina 

Lewis. 

4076. Fred. Martin, b. Dec. 24, 1869. 

2376 

Lorenzo Lafayette Cutts married Mary A. Rollins, 
Mar. 3, 1863. 

4077. Ann Adella, b. June 30, 1867; m. W. J. 

Cutts, June 12, 1888. 

4078. Myrtie May, b. Sept. 20, 1872. 

4079. Herman Simeon, b. Mar. 15, 1878. 

3277 

Angeline Cutts married Orlan M. Gove, Oct. 13, 
1870. 

4080. Carl Eugene, b. Aug. 3, 1881. 

9278 

Orisa Margaret Maxfield, daughter of David C. and 
Thankful (Cutts) Maxfield, married John H. Brown, 
Feb. 5, 185v;. 

4081. Calvin, b. 1845. 

4082. Frank, b. 1847. 

4083. Horace, b. Apr., 1849. 

4084. Emily Dora, b. 

4085. Jennie, b. 

4086. Sophia, b. 

2279 

Alzina Maxfield married Bela Babb, Sept. 4, 1851. 

4087. Ida, b. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 327 

9980 

Ruth Maxfield married Bela Babb, Nov. 25, 1875. 

4088. Emma, b. 

9984 

Mary Cutts, daughter of Ariel and Eebecca (Cisco) 
Cutts, married Carlton H. Weeks, Apr. 29, 1852. 

4089. Frank P., b. June 21, 1853. 

4090. Annie S., b. June 30, 1854 ; m. A. P. Kicliards, 

Nov. 8, 1874. 

4091. Jennie M., b. Mar. 14, 1870. 

9985 

Samuel Cutts married Sarah Mary Tucker, Jan. 8, 
1858. 

4092. Wilbur J., b. Sept. 16, 1864 ; m. A. A. Cutts, 

June 12, 1888. (See 4077.) 

4093. Etta E., b. Apr. 27, 1866. 

4094. Emma M., b. Mar. 8, 1869 ; d. Nov. 16, 1875. 

4095. Burton E., b. June 27, 1871. 

9986 

Susan B. Cutts married Philander P. Knights, Nov. 
27, 1856. 

4096. Ida R, b. Jan. 24, 1858 ; m. Herbert P. Morey, 

Feb. 20, 1879. 

4097. Fred. C, b. June 11, 1868. 

4098. Inez V., b. July 21, 1873. 

4099. Ariel W., b. Aug. 19, 1875. 

9987 

Philinda S. Cutts married Charles O. Barton, Sept. 
27, 1857. 

4100. Warren, b. July 15, 1858. 

4101. Elroy Cutts, b. Jan. 1, 1862. 



328 CuTTS Genealogy. 

4102. Robert W., b. May 29, 1864. 

4103. Edward, b. Apr. 21, 1873. 

4104. Herman, b. Aug. 24, 1875. 

4105. Mertie, b. Aug. 2, 1881. 

Russell Maxfield, son of Page and Abigail (Cutts) 
Maxfield, married Malvina Comstock, Aug. 26, 1862. 

4106. William, b. Jan. 22, 1864. 

4107. Celia, b. 

4108. Stephen, b. 

R. Maxfield married (2) Adella F. Colby, Feb. 14, 
1877. 

Harvey P. Maxfield married Fanny P. Dodge, Sept. 
17, 1866. 

4109. Hermon E., b. Sept. 17, 1868. 
Mrs. F. P. D. Maxfield died July, 1876. 

H. P. Maxfield married (2) Laura Soutbwick, Nov., 
1876. 

4110. Addie, b. Mar., 1879 ; d. y. 

4111. Florence Atta, b. 1881. 

4112. Frank Harvey, b. 1887 ; d. 1888. 

Sophia Maxfield married Ira Hurd (Jr.), Jan. 6, 
1861. 

4113. Elber, b. Aug. 16, 1861 ; m. F. P. Caine. 

4114. OsMER, b. Mar. 8, 1863. 

4115. Jennie, b. Aug. 6, 1865. 

4116. Russell, b. ; d. y. 

4117. Lizzie, b. Apr. 16, 1876. 

4118. Bertha, b. Nov. 17, 1877. 

4119. Eva E., b. Dec. 17, 1882. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 329 

Mary Jane Maxfield married Benjamin F. Lear, July 
2, 1862. 

4120. Perley, b. Mar. 14, 1867. 

4121. Ada Bell, b. Apr. 17, 1871. 

2394 

Edith V. Maxfield married John Quincy Emery, July 
24, 1874. 

4122. Fannie, b. May, 1877. 

4123. Lester P., b. Jan. 5, 1884. 

•2397 

John E. Currier, son of Daniel and Sarah (Cutts) 
Currier, married Georgia Smith, Nov. 16, 1873. 

4124. Eddie, b. July, 1874. 

4125. Annie, b. 

3:too 

Henry E. Maxfield, son of Nathan and Lemira (Cutts) 
Maxfield, married Celeste L. Carr, Dec. 24, 1869. 

4126. Berton, b. Mar. 16, 1873. 

4127. Lester, b. 1875. 

4128. Geo. H., b. 1877. 

Henry E. Maxfield married (2) Ella Gove. 

3303 

Ella M. Maxfield manied John W. Johnson, May 5, 
1874. 

4129. Charles, b. May 29, 1875. 

4130. Cleon L., b. June 16, 1886. 

3303 

Enoch Billings Davis, son of Solomon and Susanna 
(Billings) Davis, married Pauline Sands, Buxton Cen- 
tre, Me. 

42 



330 CuTTS Genealogy. 

!3304 

Chas. Allen Davis married Martlia Sands, Portland 
Me. 

S311 

Sarah Augusta Soper, daughter of Setli and Abiah 
(Billings) Soper, married George D. Lord, Sept. 10, 
1859. 

4131. RuFus K, b. Oct. 1, 1860; m. Nellie Cum- 

mings, June 30, 1886. 

4132. Susan E., b. Oct. 15, 1866; d. Jan. 29, 1871. 
Geo. D. Lord, son of Edward and Susanna (Fol- 

lansbee) Lord, died Oct. 24, 1870. 

2315 

Sarah Elizabeth Stevens, daughter of Keuben and 
Sarah Hill (Stevens) Stevens, married Daniel McDuffee, 
Nov. 13, 1862. 

4133. Wm. Stevens, b. Sept. 25, 1865. 

S319 

Green Clark Fowler, son of John Cutts and Mary W. 
(Nutter) Fowler, married Sarah M. Hall, Apr. 25, 
1859, daughter of Thos. and Mehitable ( ) Hall. 

4134. James Edwin, b. June 17, 1861. 
Mrs. S. M. H. Fowler died Aug. 25, 1877. 

G. C. Fowler married (2) Ellen A. Locke, Nov. 1, 
1882. 

S3S0 

John Fletcher Fowler married Caroline Hall, daugh- 
ter of Thos. and Mehitable ( ) Hall, Jan. 20, 1854. 

4135. Cornelia Hall, b. Dec. 23, 1855. 

Mrs. Caroline H. Fowler died Oct. 15. 1862, se. 35. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 331 

J. F. Fowler married (2) Dorcas A. Winn, Nov. 16, 
1863, who died July 4, 1875. 

4136. Annie B., b. Sept. 25, 1864 ; d. y. 

J. F. Fowler married (3) Mrs. Mary Pollard, Nov. 
14, 1878. 

2391 

Mary Angeline Fowler married Mark W. Chase, Jan. 
26, 1853. 

4137. Feank Haetwell, b. June 17, 1854; m. Gr. 

A. Hurd, Sept. 21, 1881. 

4138. Feed'k a., b. Aug. 3, 1862 ; d. Sept. 26, 1862. 

3323 

Geo. Harrison Stevens, son of David and Charlotte 
(Fowler) Stevens, married Nancy Potter Davenport, 
June 6, 1855, daughter of Thos. and Hannah (Patch) 
Davenport. 

4139. Anna Belle, b. June 2, 1856. 

4140. Chaeles David, b. Dec. 8, 1859. 

4141. Geoegia Estella, b. Sept. 25, 1861. 

4142. Llewellyn, b. Feb. 8, 1866 ; d. Aug. 5, 1867. 
Mi-s. Nancy (Potter) Stevens died Apr. 21, 1876. 
Geo. H. Stevens married (2) Anna Titus, June 27, 

1877. 

2324 

Sarah Abigail Stevens married John M. Ballon, Oct. 
5, 1853, son of Jon. and Lucinda (Beane) Ballou. 

4143. Chaelotte Lucinda, b. Oct. 31, 1855 ; d. Nov. 

23, 1855. 

4144. Heney Eveeett, b. July 24, 1859; d. Sept. 

6, 1859. 

4145. Heneietta Eveline, b. July 24, 1859; d. 

Sept. 17, 1859. 



332 CuTTS Genealogy. 

Ferdinand Cutts, son of Samuel and Dolly (Bray) 
Cutts married , and lives West. 

^330 

Wm. Henry Luce, son of Joseph and Dorcas (Cutts) 
Luce, married M. Jane Emery, 1852. 

4146. George Walter, V). ; m. Miss Hinman. 

4147. Albert, b. ; m. Kitty Cohen, 1876. 

!3331 

Warren Luce married Mrs. Carrie Moran, 1857. 

4148. Charles Miron, b. Jan., 1858. 
Mrs. C. M. Luce died 1860. 

W, Luce married (2) Mrs. Rosa Ellen Higgins, 
1883, s. p. 

9332 

George Luce married Aphia Luce, daughter of Ben- 
jamin Luce, 1862. 

4149. Annie May, b. 1863. 
Mrs. A. L. Luce died 1863. 

George Luce married (2) Mary Hilton, s. p., daugh- 
ter of Daniel and Eliza Hilton. 

9333 

Charles Luce married Helen M. Cutts, daughter of 
Jas. and Olive (Colburn) Cutts, Apr. 7, 1866. (See 
2353.) 

4150. Kate, b. Apr. 7, 1868. 

4151. Jennie M., b. Apr. 3, 1870. 

4152. Sarah Ooena, b. June 1, 1879. 

9334 

James Miron Luce married Mrs. Lottie (Wheeler) 
Patton, 1866. 

4153. Aphia, b. 1868. 

4154. Ida, b. 1871. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 333 

3335 

Joseph Merry Luce married Annis, daughter of Sam- 
uel and Cath. Tinkham, 1865. 

4155. Kate E., b. Feb. 15, 1869. 

4156. Samuel T., b. Jan. 8, 1871. 

4157. Beetha Dorcas, b. Feb. 16, 1873. 

4158. Mabel Clara, b. Dec. 27, 1879. 

2337 

William Oscar Cutts, son of William and Rachel 
(Jackson) Cutts, married Lavinia C. BasMord, June 5, 
1862. 

4159. Lella Maude, b. Dec. 16, 1866. 

4160. Harry Oscar, b. Apr. 4, 1871. 

Mrs. L. C. B. Cutts, daughter of Jacob and Abigail 
(Patterson) Bashford, was born in Pittston, Me. Wm. 
O. Cutts died at sea, May 13, 1875, and was buried in 
mid-ocean. 

S340 

Elvira Cutts married Joseph M. Weeks, son of John 
A. and Sarah (Newell) Weeks, 1860. 

4161. William E., b. 1861 ; m. Nina Belle Smith, 

Apr. 26, 1887. 

4162. Ellie Cutts, b. 1868. 

4163. Geo. Jackson, b. 1873; d. 1873. 

3341 

Henrietta Cutts married John H. Wilson, 1858. 

4164. Bessie, b. 

4165. Louise, b. 

2342 

Elijah Jackson Cutts married Jennie M. Oakley, 
daughter of Timothy and Ruth (Carpenter) Oakley, 
May 8, 1866. 



334 CuTTS Genealogy. 

4166. Kate, b. Mar., 1867; d. Aug., 1867. 

4167. Eva H., b. May 11, 1872. 

4168. Ruth Etta, b.'Dec. 29, 1879. 

9347 

John Cutts, son of George and Anna (Metcalf) Cutts, 
married Harriet . 

4169. Minnie, b. 

4170. Maude, b. 

3350 

Martha Cutts married Jos. Warren Vaughan. 

4171. Maria, b ; m. John Rollins, Mar. 30, 1880 

(see 2367) ; d. Oct. 20, 1884. 

3355 

Chas. Colburn Cutts, son of James and Olive (Col- 
burn) Cutts, married Luella E. Stevens, Mar. 10, 1867. 

4172. Jennie M., b. 

C. C. Cutts died Sept. 18, 1869. 

Mrs. L. E. S. Cutts married (2) Austin Reynolds. 

3363 

William Rollins, son of Oliver and Sarah Ann (Cutts) 
Rollins, married Sophia J. Lapham, daughter of Rog- 
ers and Lucinda (Brown) Lapham, Mar. 9, 1864. 

4173. George, b. Mar. 9, 1868 ; m. I. B. Dunton. 

3363 

Hannah .Cutts Rollins married Charles Lord, son of 
Edward and Susanna (Follansbee) Lord, June 19, 
1861. 

4174. William, b. Apr. 19, 1862 ; d. Apr. 28, 1883. 

4175. Abbah, b. Sept. 7, 1873. 
Chas. Lord died Dec. 4, 1879.J 



CuTTS Genealogy. 335 

3367 

John Rollins married Dora Bailey, Aug. 1, 18'72. 

4176. Arthur, b. Mar. 6, 1873; d. Feb. 29, 11 ' 
Mrs. D. B. Rollins died Oct. 18, 1876. 

John Rollins married (2) Mar. 30, 1880, Maria 
Vaughan, daughter of J. W. & M. (Cutts) Vaughan. 

4177. Oliver, b. Apr. 24, 1883. 

3368 

Edward Cutts, son of Oliver and Hannah (Cutts) 
Cutts, married Helen W. Tobey, May 21, 1868. 

4178. Frederic, b. 1871. 

4179. Bessie, b. 1873. 

3383 

Adele Caroline Cutts, daughter of Samuel and A. A. 
(Woodward) Cutts, married Edwin F. Morton, Feb. 
21, 1869. 

4180. Adaline Louise, b. Jan. 28, 1870. 

4181. Daniel Ellis, b. Aug. 29, 1871. 

3384 

Roland H. Cutts married Emma Watkins, Nov. 12, 
1875. 

4182. Ethel, b. 1876. 

3391 

Frederick Spencer Wadsworth married Ellen Gordon, 
1861. 

4183. Edward, b. 1867. 

4184. Fred'k S., b. 1870. 

3393 

Melvin Cutts Wadsworth married Georgianna Mus- 
sey, May 17, 1866, who died 1888, s. p. 



336 CuTTS Genealogy. 

Mr. Wadswortli has represented tlie city of Gardiner 
in tlie Maine Legislating When preparing for col- 
lege, in Aug., 1862, lie enlisted as a private in the 16th 
Maine regiment. Six mouths after he was commissioned 
2d Lieut. Was taken prisoner at the battle of Gettys- 
burgh, July 1, 1863, and held until 1865. At the close 
of the war was honorably discharged. He and his 
brother, Clarence E. Wadsworth, are now in business 
in Gardiner, Me., under the name of Wadsworth 
Brothers. 

S401 

Hannah Averill Cutts, daughter of Amos W. and 
Abiah S, C. Cutts, married Heniy C. Lennox of New 
Castle, Me., Apr. 30, 1863. 

H. C. Lennox died Sept. 4, 1864, ge. 37. 

Mrs. H. A. C. Lennox married (2) Dec. 1, 1869, 
George Sedgwick Cooley, son of Sedgwick and Lucretia 
(Longley) Cooley. 

4185. George Amos, b. Sept. 30, 1870; d. June 19, 

1883. 

4186. ErrrH Colburn, b. Dec. 2, 1872. 

4187. Edward Sedgwick, b. Nov. 13, 1874. 

4188. Allen Lennox, b. Jan. 13, 1877. 

4189. Anita Longley, b. Aug. 31, 1882. 

S40S 

Albert David Cutts, son of Amos Woodward and 
Abigail S. C. Cutts, married Emma T. Wilbur, daugh- 
ter of Augustus and Harriet Brattle (Bryant) Wilbur, 
Apr. 2, 1866. 

4190. Albert Wilbur, b. July 16, 1867. 

4191. Lillian Maria, b. Oct. 13, 1869. 

4192. Ralph, b. Apr. 12, 1884; d. July 21, 1884. 

4193. Walter Bryant, b. May 15, 1887. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 337 

3403 

James McCollum Cutts married Jeannette Fislier, 
Dec. 10, 1868. 

4194. Alice Lawrence, b. June 10, 1870 ; d. Feb. 

8, 1878. 

4195. Jas. Edward, b. July 15, 1872 ; d. May 3, 

1873. 

4196. Louise Flitner, b. Nov. 21, 1873. 

4197. Catherine May, b. Oct. 23, 1876. 

4198. Lizzie Jeannette, b. Aug. 26, 1879. 

4199. Anna Lennox, b. Jan. 31, 1881. 

4200. Carrie Wilbur, b. Oct. 10, 1883. 

4201. Amos, b. Nov. 21, 1886. 

3406 

Alice E. Cutts, daughter of Washington and Lettice 
(Tibbetts) Cutts, married Calvin W. Smith, Jan. 1, 
1873. 

4202. Ernest Washington, b. Feb. 10, 1884. 

S408 

Fannie A. Covill, daughter of John and Susan Wood- 
ward (Cutts) Covill, married George E. Warren, Nov. 
5, 1868. 

4203. Jennie H., b. Sept. 24, 1869. 

S410 

Augusta E. Covill married Edwin M. Clark, Aug. 28, 

1871. 

4204. Ella A., b. Jan. 26, 1882. 

2425 

Irene Flitner, daughter of Joseph and Cordelia W. 
Flitner, married John Cumming, June 11, 1868. 

4205. Frederick Hamilton, b. May 5, 1869. 

43 



338 ' CuTTS Genealogy. 

9435 

Leila Flitner, daughter of Samuel Cutts and Sophia 
S. (Jackson) Flitner, married William Mullen, Mar. 12, 
1885. 

4206. Effie Elizabeth, b. Jan. 26, 188T. 

S442 

Joseph Henry Flitner, son of Zachariah and Mary E. 
(Lapham) Flitner, married Mary Dow, June 4, 1866. 

4207. Mart Elizabeth, b. Jan. 14, 1870. 

4208. Arthur Dow, b. Oct. 2, 1872. 

*I445 

David Flitner married Mrs. Lizzie (Nickels) Bran- 
non, daughter of Capt. Greorge and Lavinia (Lawrence) 
Nickels, Sept. 26, 1876. 

4209. Martinborough Nickels, b. July 24, 1880. 

S449 

Alice Dorcas Lapham, daughter of Isaac and Mary 
B. (Soper) Lapham, married John E. Hill, Sept. 13, 
1877. 

4210. Edward Lapham, b. Apr. 16, 1879. 

S450 

Mary Georgianna Lapham married John E. Hill 
(above mentioned), 1884, three years after her sister's 
death. 

4211. Ralph Luther, b. July 1, 1885; d. May 9, 
1886. 

John E. Hill, son of Rev. Luther D. and Eliza S. 
Hill, died Apr. 19, 1888. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 339 

3464 

Clarence S. Jackson, son of Elijah and Elizabeth H. 
(Lord) Jackson, married Alice M. Diusmore, June 30, 
1881. 

4212. Gertrude, b. Apr. 16, 1882. 

2467 

Henry E. Dearborn Jackson, son of George Follans- 
bee (M. D.) and Rachel (Dearborn) Jackson, married 
Sarah E, Young, daughter of Wesley and Henrietta 
(Bailey) Young, Jan. 4, 1884. 

4213. Lawrence Bailey, b. Jan. 30, 1885. 

4214. Raymond Dearborn, b. Mar. 5, 1888. 

4215. Warren Wesley, b. Aug. 20, 1889. 

3468 

Mary Dearborn Jackson married William Henry 
Bishop, July 28, 1886. 

4216. Duquesne, b. Dec. 3, 1888. 

S4ro 

Mark Moore Shores, son of Peter and Statira (Moore) 
Shores, married Mary E. Clarenbole, 1835. 

4217. Mary E., b. 

247S 

Oliver Shores married Elizabeth Huntington, 1853. 

4218. Chas Henry, b. 

9475 

William Henry Shackford, son of Wm. M. and Jo- 
anna Chauncy (Moore) Shackford, married Maria Par- 
ker Perry, daughter of Rev. Gardner B. Perry (D. D.), 
Dec. 19, 1839. 

4219. Wm. Gardner, b. Sept. 15, 1840 ; ra. Josephine 

A. March, June 3, 1872. 



340 CuTTS Genealogy. 

2476 

Charles Chauncy Shackford married Martha Gould 
Bartlett, Sept. 22, 1846. 

4220. Claea Chaunoy, b. June 30, 1847 ; d. Mar. 

24, 1851. 

4221. Chas. Chaunoy, b. Feb. 15, 1852; m. Flora 

A. Wood, June 17, 1883. 

4222. Alice May, b. May 28, 1849; m. Edward 

Ellis, Dec. 3, 1875. 

4223. Martha Bartlett, b. Jan. 31. 1855 ; m. G. 

Curtis, June 4, 1879. 

4224. Lucy Bartlett, b. July 24, 1857 ; m. C. E. P. 

Babcock, June 4, 1885. 

2478 

Joanna Augusta Shackford married Moses Porter 
Stacy, Oct. 2, 1845. 

4225. Emma Chaunoy, b. June 30, 1846. 

4226. Edward Porter, b. Jan. 24, 1850; m. Mary 

Porter, May 1, 1875. 

4227. Albert, b. May 21, 1852 ; m. A. W. Harmon, 

Sept. 20, 1888. 
M. P. Stacy died May 14, 1888, se. 69. 

2479 

John Edward Shackford married Mary Aston Harris, 
Jan. 13, 1848, daughter of Theodore and Mary McP- 
W. (Connor) Harris, and great-granddaughter of Sam- 
uel and Elizabeth (Went worth) Warner. 

4228. Charles Albert, b. Nov. 26, 1848. 

4229. James Murray, b. Feb. 18, 1853. 
Mrs. M. A. H. Shackford died 

John E. Shackford married (2) Fannie Cruess, Sept. 
22, 1859. 

4230. Helen Augusta, b. June 4, 1860. 

4231. Frances Elizabeth Cruess, b. Jan. 26, 1862. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 341 

2483 

Lucia Chauncy Porter, daughter of Lieutenant John 
and Eliza Chauncy (Clark) Porter, married Joseph 
Waddell. 

4232. LuciAN PoRTEB, b. ; d. unm. in New York, 

1866. 

3485 

Fitz John Porter married Harriet Pierson Cook, 
Mar. 19, 1857, daughter of John and Hannah (Sand- 
ford) Cook. 

4233. HoLBROOK F. J., b. Feb. 28, 1858 ; m. Rosalie 

Smith, Aug. 27, 1888. 

4234. Lucia Chauncy, b. May 5, 1861. 

4235. Evelina Sandfoed, b. Jan. 22, 1865. 

4236. Robert Henry Eddy, b. Oct. 29, 1867 ; m. 

Edith Nast, dau. of Thos. and Julia Nast, 
Sept. 26, 1891. 

9487 

Samuel J. Gerrish, son of Samuel and Mary G. Ger- 
rish, married Caroline Gerrish, daughter of Chas. W. 
and Eliza S. (Knowles) Gerrish. (See 2490.) 

4237. Nora L., b. 
4288. Alice M., b. 

4239. Samuel J. (Jr.), b. 

9509 

Thomas John Smith, son of Thomas and Esther 
(Screven) Smith, married Elizabeth A. Barnett, daugh- 
ter of Francis M. Barnett, Apr. 26, 1827. 

4240. Esther Ann, b. Jan. 18, 1828; d. Sept. 10, 

1828. 

4241. Thos. Harleston Barnett, b. June 25, 1829 ; 

d. July 31, 1833. 



342 CuTTS Genealogy. 

4242. John James Screven, b. Aug. 20, 1831 ; m. 

Eliza M. Spaun, Aug. 23, 1854. 

4243. Landgrave Thomas, b. Feb. 4, 1834. 

S507 

Charles Thomas Hart, son of John and Mary (Scre- 
ven) Hart, married Catherine L. Dunham, daughter of 
Rev. A. D. Dunham, Jan. 14, 1819. 

4244. Helen Mary, b. Mar. 12, 1820; m. W. R 

Gignilliat, Sept. 19, 1838; d. June 17, 1862. 

3509 

Elizabeth Screven Lee Hart married Joseph Jones, 
Jan. 25, 1820. 

4245. Chas. Berrien, b. Nov. 11, 1820; m. Marion 

S. Anderson ; d. Apr. 5, 1857. 

4246. Evelyn Eloisa, b. June 9, 1822; m. Jos. A. 

Anderson; d. Nov. 21, 1849. 

4247. Henry Hart, b. Dec. 3, 1823 ; m. Abbie S. 

Dowse, May 21, 1846. 

4248. Jas. Newton, b. Dec. 14, 1825; m. Sarah J. 

Norman; d. Oct. 18, 1854. 

4249. Emma Adelaide, b. Aug. 23, 1827; m. S. N. 

Harris (M. D.), Aug., 1846. 

4250. Hettie Augusta, b. Feb. 15, 1829; m. T. 

Maxwell (M. D.), Dec. 12, 1845 ; d. Sept. 15, 
1857. 

4251. Edward Joseph, b. Apr. 20, 1830; d. Oct., 

1832. 

4252. Andrew Maybank, b. Oct. 16, 1831 ; m. 

Evelyn A. Harrison. 

4253. Edwin West, b. Sept. 11, 1833; Battle of 

Sharpsburg; d, Sept. 17, 1862. 

4254. Thos. Screven, b. Aug. 10, 1835 ; d. Sept., 

1837. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 343 

4255. Elliott Maxwell, b. Jan. 6, 183T ; d. July 6, 

1837. 

4256. Josephine Caroline Elizabeth, b. May 13, 

1839; m. J. J. Maxwell (M. D.), Aug. 1, 
1857; d. Sept. 13, 1857. 

4257. Helen Louisa, b. Sept. 23, 1841 ; m. Dr. K. 

A. Quarterman, July, 1862. 

4258. Laura Matilda, b. May 16, 1843; d. Mar. 

22, 1854. 

3510 

Odingsell Witherspoon Hart married Mary Caroline 
Stevens, daughter of Oliver and Mary Stevens, Jan. 
12, 1826. 

4259. Wm. Odingsell, b. Feb., 1827; d. Sept., 

1848. 

4260. Edward Henry, b. Feb., 1832. 

4261. Charles Thomas, b. Sept., 1834. 
Mrs. Mary C. S. Hart died Feb. 6, 1836. 

O. W. Hart married (2) Sarah, daughter of Josiahand 
Mary Wilson, 1838. 

4262. Mary Caroline, b. Feb., 1839. 

4263. Robert Wilson, b. 

4264. JosiAH Wilson, b. 

4265. Martha Lee, b. 

4266. Sarah Elizabeth, b. 

4267. Alice Lucille, b. 

4268. Helen M., b. 

4269. Emily Odingsell, b. 

951 1 

Smith Screven Hart married Mary Coleman. 

4270. Joseph Henry, b. ; d. y. 
Mrs. M. C. Hart died 

Smith S. Hart married (2) Elizabeth Fulton. 



344 CuTTS Genealogy 

4271. Thomas Henry, b. 

4272. John, b. 

4273. Mary Coleman, b. 

4274. Marion, b. 

4275. Screven, b. 

Mrs. Elizabeth F. Hart died 

Smith S. Hart married (3) Harriet Atwood Newell, 
daughter of Rev. Samuel and Philomela (Thurston) 
Newell, 1856. 

4276. Samuel Newell, b. Dec, 1856. 

4277. Clara Thurston, b. ; d. y. 

4278. Harrlet Atwood, b. Feb. 23, 1860. 

Mrs. H. A. N. Hart, through her mother, was a de- 
scendant of Capt. Miles Standish. 

S51S 

Rev. Jas. Odingsell Screven, son of Rev. Chas. O. and 
Lucy B. Screven, m. Eleanor S. Talbird. 

4279. Mary Barnard, b. ; m. Mr. Ramsey. 

4280. Eva, b. ; m. J. Lennard. 

4281. James, b. 

4282. Claudia E., b. 

3516 

Ann Elizabeth Screven married Thomas S. Mallard, 
Dec. 21, 1837. 

4283. Ellen Barbara, b. Dec. 17, 1840 ; m. T. H. 

Gignilliat, July 15, 1863. 

4284. Chas. O. Screven, b. June 9, 1843; m. Mary 

Fleming, Dec. 22, 1863. 

4285. Wm. Screven, b. Aug. 13, 1845 ; m. Mary C. 

Barnard, Feb., 1865. 

4286. Sarah Holmes, b. June 18, 1847 ; ra. Jas. W. 

Fleming, Oct., 1868. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 345 

2517 

Wm. Edward Screven married Cornelia E. Harris, 
daughter of Raymond Harris (M. D.), July 17, 1845. 

4287. Mary Golphin, b. Aug. 9, 1846; m. T. E. 

Davis, Nov. 24, 1865; d. Dec. 28, 1873. 

4288. Edward Wm., b. Aug. 31, 1848; m. Mary P. 

Carroll, Dec. 5, 1877. 

4289. Louisa C, b. Dec. 7, 1850 ; m. S. W. Starnes, 

s. p.; d. Sept. 27, 1888. 

4290. Raymond Harris, b. Dec. 4, 1853. 

4291. Annie Elizabeth, b. Mar. 5, 1857; m. D. A. 

Dansby, Dec. 21, 1875. 

3518 

Benjamin Smith Screven married Ann R. Baker, 
1851. 

4292. Charles W., b. Mar. 12, 1853 ; m. Mary A. 

Young, June 8, 1887. 

4293. Edward Maxwell, b. Apr. 15, 1855. 

4294. Benj. Baker, b. Jan. 21, 1858 ; m. Mary A. 

Mallard, May 24, 1883; d. Aug. 13, 1885. 
Mrs. Ann R. B. Screven died May, 1858. 
Benj. S. Screven married (2) Rosa Jones, June 25, 

1863. 

4295. Rosalie Golphin, b. July 9, 1864; m. Robert 

Burtun, Oct., 1886. 

4296. Mary Louise, b. Dec. 24, 1866 ; d. May 25, 

1888. 

4297. Wm. James, b. June 28, 1869. 

3519 

Elizabeth Vanderhorst Bonneau, daughter of Benj. 
and Martha (Screven) Bonneau, married Samuel J. 
Murray, May 25, 1820. 
44 



346 CuTTS Genealogy. 

4298. John, b. May 4, 1821 ; m. Mary Spaun, Dec. 

13, 1848. 

4299. William B., b. Dec. 13, 1822 ; m. C. M. Good- 

wyn, Oct. 27, 1846. 

4300. Elizabeth Nelson, b. Jan. 10, 1825; d. July 

9, 1835. 

4301. Ellen Cox, b. Dec. 18, 1826 ; d. May 9, 1827. 

4302. Martha Screven, b. Dec. 18, 1826; m. M. S. 

Moore, May 4, 1848. 

4303. Edward Lang, b. Mar. 5, 1828. 

4304. Ellen Cox, b. Mar. 3, 1830; m. J. S. K. 

Bennett. 

4305. Benj. Calhoun, b. Apr. 10, 1832; d. Oct. 18, 

1836. 

4306. Mary Cornelia, b. Feb. 26, 1834; d. 

4307. Elizabeth Nelson, b. Aug, 4, 1836 ; m S. J. 

Bradley. 

4308. GrEO. Mercer, b. Mar. 22, 1838 ; m. Martha 

Pinckney. 
S. J. Murray died July 1, 1850. 

Mary Ann Screven, daughter of Thomas and Mary 
A. (Smith) Screven, married George Philip Frierson 
(M. D.), son of John and Eliza Mary (Witten) Frier- 
son, Oct. 20, 1830. 

4309. Archer Screven, b. Aug. 22, 1832 ; d. Aug. 

1, 1833. 

4310. Wm. Screven, b. June 25, 1834; m. Flora 

Mclvor, Feb., 1859. 

4311. George Archer, b. June 25, 1837; d. unm., 

Dec. 26, 1891. 

4312. John Witten, b. Aug. 12, 1838; Battle of 

Chancellorsville, Va.; d. May 3, 1863. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 347 

4313. Saint Julien, b. Apr. 17, 1841. 

4314. Maky Eleanor, b. Oct. 8, 1842. 

4315. Thomas Screven, b. Oct. 3, 1844; d. Sept. 28, 

1845. 
Mrs. M. A. S. Frierson died Nov. 19, 1844. 

Martha Eleanor Screven married George Philip 
Frierson (M. D.), Nov. 25, 1846. 

4316. Georgette Phillipa, b. Feb. 10, 1848; d. 

Apr. 12, 1848. 

4317. Thos. Clarence, b. July 3, 1849; m, Ida 

Mclvor, Dec. 18, 1877. 

4318. Eugene Victor, b. Nov. 17, 1851. 

4319. Francis Hermon, b. Feb. 28, 1853 ; d. Oct. 

31, 1864. 

4320. Martha Irene, b. Oct. 25, 1854. 

4321. Margaret Screven, b. June 22, 1857 ; d. Mar. 

5, 1859. 

4322. Philip Bernard, b. Oct. 5, 1859; m. Caroline 

Butler Williamson, Oct. 12, 1887. 

4323. Lorraine Screven, b. Aug. 7, 1861 ; m. Sarah 

Harwell, Nov. 14, 1890. 
Geo. P. Frierson (M. D.) died Jan. 5, 1883, se. 75. 
Mrs. M. E. S. Frierson died Aug. 16, 1876. 

2527 

Margaret Jane Screven married Dr. Francis A. Lee, 
son of Paul S. H. and Jane E. Lee, May 15, 1839. 

4324. Thos. Screven, b. Feb. 29, 1840. 

4325. Fringilla Althea, b. Julv 8, 1841 ; m. Julius 

A. Smith, June 29, 1859. 

4326. Martha Eleanor, b. Mar. 16, 1843 ; m. Wm. 

R. Lee, June 2, 1869, s. p. 



348 CuTTS Genealogy. 

4327. JuTLiA Emma Pauline, b. Mar. 13, 1851 ; m. 

Frank Calhoun, Dec. 24, 1879. 

4328. Francis Roland Audubon, b. July 24,- 1852 ; 

m. Mary Wilson, Dec. 21, 1876, s. p. 

4329. Burwell Boykin, b. Dec. 9, 1857 ; m. Alice 

Decker, Jan. 16, 1883. 

4330. Wm. Henry, b. Feb. 16, 1860 ; d. unm., 1886. 

9528 

Joseph Hart Cox, son of John and Eleanor (Screven) 
Cox, married Margaret L. Le Noir, daughter of Isaac 
Le Noir, Oct. 16, 1834. 

4331. Mary Amelia, b. 1835 ; d. y. 

4332. Sarah Screven, b. 1842 ; d. y. 

4333. Sarah Screven, b. Sept. 30, 1846; m. A. J. 

Pearce, Jan. 15, 1861. 

4334. Adella Margaret, b. Mar. 30, 1848. 
Mrs. M. L. N. Cox died 1860. 

9531 

Eleanor Susan Cox married Wm. Luyten McCaa (M. 
D.), Jan. 24, 1830. 

4335. Eugene, b. Nov. 20, 1830. 

4336. Mary Louise, b. Sept. 13, 1836. 

4337. Amelia B., b. July 20, 1846. 

4338. BuENA v., b. Sept. 28, 1848. 

W. L. McCaa (M. D.) died May 20, 1853. 

9533 

Mary Amarintha Cox married Dr. James R Jones. 

4339. Elizabeth Finney, b. 

4340. Robert L., b. 

4341. Daisy, b. 

4342. James Robert, b. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 



349 



3536 

Amelia Sophia Screven, daughter of John and Han- 
nah (Proctor) Screven, married Samuel Miller Bond, 
Apr. 4, 1817. 

4343. Richard Proctor, b. ; d. y. 

4344. Sallie R, b. Oct. 28, 1819; m. Rev. S. Fair- 

fax Phillips, July 13, 1862; d. Sept. 19, 
1876. 

4345. Ann M., b. Dec. 12,1822 ; m. Jas. B. Mcintosh, 

Sept., 1865. 

4346. John Screven, b. Dec. 4, 1824; m. Louisa 

Randolph, 1848 ; d. Dec. 26, 1882. 

4347. Thomas Spaulding, b. Jan., 1828 ; m. Jane 

Mcintosh, 1854. 

4348. Emily Screven, b. Dec. 12, 1829; m. Rev. T. 

L. Smith. 

4349. Joseph Bryae, b. May 30, 1832; m. Mary 

Wragg, Mar. 23, 1859. 

4350. Venable, b. Aug. 16, 1833 ; d. 1843. 
S. M. Bond died Sept. 3, 1865, se. 73. 

2537 

James Proctor Screven married Hannah Georgia 
Bryan, daughter of Joseph and Delia (Forman) Bryan, 
Dec. 28, 1826. 

4351. John, b. Sept. 18, 1827 ; m. Mary W. Foot 

man. May 1, 1849. 

4352. Delia, b. Apr. 1, 1829; d. Apr. 3, 1829. 

4353. Jos. Bryan, b. Apr. 29, 1830; d. May 25, 

1831. 

4354. Sarah Ada, b. July 29, 1831 ; m. Rev. Dr. 

M. H. Henderson, Jan. 30, 1862. 

4355. Thos. Forman, b. Apr. 19, 1834; m. A. V. D. 

Moore, Nov. 26,1860. 

4356. James, b. June 19, 1836; d. Nov. 7, 1854. 



350 CuTTS Genealogy. 

4357. Geo. Prootoe, b. Apr. 14, 1839; m. Ella 

Buchanan, June 5, 1861. 
Mrs. H. a B. Screven died Mar. 18, 1887, 8e.80. 

S538 

Martha Sophia Screven married Wm. Coffee Daniell 
(M. D.), Apr. 10, 1822. 

4358. Benjamin R., b. ; m. Eleanor Dockery, 

1862 ; d. Sept. 2, 1867. 

4359. Thos. Smith, b. ; d. Feb. 16, 1857. 

4360. Tatnall Fanche, b. ; m. S. A. Footman, 

1850; d. Aug. 23, 1867. 

4361. Marion Sophia, b. Aug. 7, 1830. 

4362. Wm. Screven, b. 1833; d. May 2, 1860. 
Mrs. M. S. S. Daniell died 1833. 

S540 

Elizabeth Screven, daughter of John and Sarah Ann 
(Proctor) Screven, married Wm. Coffee Daniell (M. 
D.), 1836. 

4363. Richard, b. ; d. y. 

4364. Proctor, b. ; d. y. 

4365. John Screven, b. ; d. y. 

4366. Charles, b. July 1, 1839 ; m. E. P. Richard- 

son, 1865 ; d. Mar. 30, 1872. 

4367. Sarah E., b. May 27, 1842 ; m. J. C. Le 

Hardy (M. D.), Nov. 27, 1863 ; d. June 27, 
1873. 

S546 

Richard Screven, son of Richard Bedon (M. D.) and 
Alice P. B. Screven, married Miss Davis. 

4368. Richard, b. 

4369. Ellen, b. 

4370. Alice, b. 

4371. , b. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 351 

Louisa Screven married Edward Cuthbert (M. D.). 

4372. Alice, b. ; d. y. 

4373. Wm. Percy, b. ; m. Adeline Baynard. 

4374. Sophia Percy, b. 

4375. Louisa Screven, b. ; ni. Wm. N. Hey- 

ward. 

4376. George Henry, b. ; m. S. Woodward. 

4377. Alice, b. ; m. Henry Guerard. 

S548 

Alice Screven married Jacob De Vaux Guerard (M. 
D.), Mar. 6, 182L 

4378. St. Julien, b. ; d. 1872. _ 

4379. Louisa, b. ; m. Robt. Cbisolm. 

4380. E. Martha, b. ; d. Nov. 12, 1875 ; m. 

Geo. 0. Hey ward, 1842. 

4381. Alice, b. ; m. Rev. Geo. Allen. 

4382. Mary C, b. ; m. Judge R. H. Harda- 

way. 

4383. Isabella C, b. 

4384. Jacob John, b. 

4385. Mary Lucia, b. ; m. Thos. L. Cuthbert, 

who d. Dec., 1889. 

4386. Catharine Blake, b. ; m. (1) C. Gadsden ; 

m. (2) E. Guerard. 

4387. Anna Richardson, b. ; m. (1) N. S. 

Crowell (M. D.) ; m. (2) J. D. Robinson. 

4388. William B., b, ; m. Rosa Bull ; d. Nov., 

1889. 

4389. Charlotte Cuthbert, b. ; d. 1860. 

4390. Benj. Elliott, b. ; m. Mary Woodward. 
J. De V. Guerard (M. D.) died Apr., 1863. 



352 CuTTS Genealogy. 

9549 

Isabel Screven married Fred'k E. Fraser. 

4391. Fred'k E. (Jr.), b. 

4392. Henry D., b. 

4393. Alice, b. ; m. Wm. Johnstone. 

4394. Jane, b. 

4395. James, b. 

3550 

N. Bonaparte Screven married Miss Edwards. 

4396. Richard, b. ; m. Susan De Sauseure, s. p. 

4397. Sarah, b. ; m. Jas. Edwards. 

4398. Jane, b. ; m. Edward Du Bose. 

4399. Alice, b. ; m. Rev. R. P. Johnson. 

4400. Heber, b. ; m. Annie De Veaux. 

4401. Septima L., b. ; m. Rev. T. B. Clarkson. 

2551 

E. Hamilton Screven married Dr. Jacob Strobhard. 

4402. Jacob, b. 

4403. Mary, b. 

4404. Richard, b. 

4405. Singleton, b. 

255S 

Mary E. Hazzard, daughter of Wm. Wigg and Sarah 
(Screven) Hazzard, married Edward N. Chisolm (M. 
D.), Dec. 14, 1831. 

4406. Alexander R., b. Nov. 19, 1834; m. H. R. 

Schieffelin, Apr. V, 1875. 

4407. Sarah Constance, b. Nov. 10, 1837 ; d. 1858. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 353 

3554 

Sarah Constance Hazzard married Mr. Montgomery, 
who died 

Mrs. S. C. H. Montgomery married (2) Horace Waldo. 

4408. Horace, b. ; m. Miss Lawrence. 

4409. Frank, b. ; m. Rosalie Livingstone. 

3569 

Caroline Proctor, daughter of Stephen Royal and 
Mary Bedon (Screven) Proctor, married Daniel Huger. 

4410. Mary, b. ; m. Arthur Manigault. 

4411. Daniel E., b. ; d. 1863. 

4412. William, b. 

4413. Joseph Prootor, b. ; d. 1864. 

3571 

John Henry Screven married Ellen Wilkins, daugh- 
ter of Gouverneur Morris and Mary (Ward) Wilkins, 
June 8, 1846. 

4414. Catherine Van Rensselaer, b. May 1, 1847 ; 

d. June 1, 1847. 

4415. Cornelia, b. June 3, 1848 ; m. Martin L. Wil- 

kins ; d. 8. p., 1871. 

4416. Gouverneur W., b. Apr. 5, 1850; d. Aug., 

1863. 

441 7. Catharine V. R., b. Sept. 15, 1851 ; m. Robt. 

J. Turnbull, 1875. 

4418. Thomas Edward, b. May 23, 1855; m. Miss 

M. C. Walker, June 26, 1877, s. p.; both 
deceased. 

4419. Mary Hyrne, b. July 3, 1859 ; m. Cyril Earle 

Johnston; d. Feb. 17, 1882. 
Mrs. Ellen W. Screven died June 15, 1871, se. 48. 
John H. Screven (Col.) married (2) Mary Van 
45 



354 CuTTS Genealogy. 

Kensselaer, Apr. 28, 1874, daugMer of Col. Henry and 
Elizabeth (King) Van Rensselaer, and granddaughter 
of ex-Gov. John A. King. 

4420. Elizabeth King, b. Mar. 10, 1875. 

2573 

Benjamin Smith Screven married Miss Broughton. 

4421. Prootor W., b. ; m. Miss Luf burrow. 

4422. Ellen, b. ; m. Mr. Foster. 

4423. Cornelia W., b. ; m. W. T. Marshall, Jan. 

15, 1880. 

4424. Thos. Edward, b. 1855; d. Dec. 12, 1878; 

killed. 

4425. Sally, b. ; m. Rene Jervey. 

S574 

Thomas Edwards Screven (Jr.) married Amanda 

Jenkins. 

4426. Alice, b. 
4127. John, b. 

4428. Elizabeth, b. 

3576 

Cornelia Ann Screven married Henry Dozier, Aug. 

28, 1860. 

4429. Screven, b. ; m. Miss Chestnutt. 

4430. Cornelia, b. 

4431. Leonard, b. ; d. 

4432. Henry, b. 

2581 

Elizabeth Gilbert, daughter of Joseph and Rebecca 
(Ruberry) Gilbert, married Joseph Whilden, only son 
of Joseph and Charlotte (Robinson) Whilden, Dec. 31, 
1815. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 355 

4433. Chaelotte Wallee, b. Oct. 14, 1816; d. 

Mar. 26, 1870. 

4434. Joseph, b. Mar. 9, 1818 ; d. Sept. 16, 1819. 

4435. Bayfield Wallee, b. May 29, 1819 ; m. E. 

J. Martin. 

4436. Joseph, b. Nov. 24, 1820; m. Mary R. Ricli- 

ards. 

4437. Ellen Ann, b. Sept. 11, 1822. 

4438. Chas. Edmondston, b. Apr. 3, 1824; d. Sept. 

25, 1866. 

4439. RiOHAED FuEMAN, b. July 25, 1826 ; m. M. G. 

Weaver, Sept. 1, 1864. 

4440. Wm. Gilbeet, b. Aug. 6, 1828 ; m. E. A. Tay- 

lor, Dec. 25, 1850, 

4441. John Peatt, b. ; d. May, 1832. 

4442. Julia, b. ; d. Nov. 5, 1833. 

4443. Eben, b. ; d. Nov. 1, 1833. 

2582 

Joseph Ruberry Gilbert married . 



4444. Rebecca AnnHaet, b. 1822 ; m. J. A. David, 

1840. 

4445. Saeah, b. 

4446. Edwaed, b, 

2583 

John Ruberry Gilbert married Mary B. Enifinger, 
daughter of Henry and Mary Enifinger, June 24, 1832. 

4447. Eliza A. E., b. Oct. 16, 1833. 

4448. S. Caeoline, b. Nov. 22, 1835; d. 1859. 

4449. James W., b. Feb. 12, 1838; d. 1857. 

4450. John W., b. Apr. 14, 1840. 

4451. Maey H., b. June 28, 1842. 

4452. Johannah, b. Oct. 26, 1852; d. 1860. 



356 CuTTS Genealogy. 

3584 

William Ruberry Gilbert married Margaret Morrison, 
Nov. 3, 1825. 

4453. Kebecca Ruberry, b. 

4454. Mary Ruberry, b. 

4455. Jane B., b. 

4456. Isabella B., b. 

4457. William B., b. 

Mrs. Margaret (Morrison) Gilbert died 

W. R. Gilbert married (2) Martha E. Evans. 

4458. Joseph E., b. 

4459. Charlotte E., b. 

4460. Samuel M., b. 

4461. Milton L., b. 

3585 

Ellen Humbert, daughter of William and Sarah (Gil- 
bert) Humbert, married William Riley. 

4462. Ellen, b. ; m. Mr. Pringle and d. in Florida. 

3586 

William W. Humbert married Emma Middleton. 

4463. Susan, b. 

4464. Jane, b. 

2587 

Mary Humbert married John H. Jeffords, 1821. 

4465. Sam'l, b. 1822 ; drowned, loss Steamer Arctic, 

1854. 

4466. Wm. G., b. 1825 ; m. 1st, Annie Mary King, 

1857; m. 2d, Elizabeth M. King, 1863. 

4467. Susan, b. 1827 ; m. L. W. Caldwell, of War- 

renton, Va. 

4468. Bazil, b. 1829 ; went west in 1850. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 357 

S589 

Stephen West Moore, son of Stephen West and 
Elizabetli Screven (Gilbert) Moore, married . 

4469. Cecile, b. Mar. 12, 1844 ; m. Kinsey B. King, 

Nov. 26, 1868. 

4470. Wm. Westmoke, b. May 26, 1841 ; d. Nov. 

26, 1868. 

4471. Robert Gilbert, b. May 20, 184 7. 

2591 

Samuel Preston Moore married Augusta Brown. 

4472. Preston Brown, b. Apr. 2, 1847 ; m. Mrs. P. 

Steiger, Jan., 1879. 

4473. Eleanor Screven, b. 1849; d. June 14, 1860. 

4474. Eliza Strong, b. 1853. 

3593 

Susan Pierson Moore married Wm. Westcott, Feb. 
19, 1833. 

4475. Chas. Augustus, b. 1828; d. Mar. 13, 1846. 

4476. Wm. Preston, b. ; killed in Virginia, in 

the war. 

4477. Ellen Julia, b. May 10, 1834; m. (1) Mr. 

Legone, s. p.; m. (2) W. C. Meggett. 

4478. Susan Moore, b. ; m. Mr. Clement; d. 

Oct. 22, 1873. 

2594 

Ellen Screven Gilbert Moore married Wm. Westcott, 
her sister's husband, Jan. 10, 1843. 

4479. Mary Augusta, b. 1846 ; m. Jas. Meggett. 

4480. Thomas Moore, b. ; m. Mary Mclntire. 

4481. Henry Lloyd, b. ; d. y. 



358 CuTTS Genealogy. 

9597 

Catharine Gilbert married Mr. Galloway, Dec. 14, 
1837. 

4482. Emma Julia, b. June 25, 1839. 

4483. Henry B., b. Feb. 26, 1841 ; d. Apr., 1863. 

4484. Ellen K, b. Dec. 24. 1842. 

4485. Louis A., b. May 28, 1845 ; d. Nov., 1846. 

4486. Catherine V., b. Mar. 3, 1850. 
448T. Frank P., b. June 7, 1852. 

4488. RowENA, b. Feb. 11, 1854. 

4489. Lawrence Augustus, b. Apr. 8, 1857. 

2598 

Ellen Moore Gilbert married Rev. Jno. B. Barton, 
and went with liim as a missionary to Africa, where 
he died. 

4490. John B., b. 

Mrs. E. M. G. Bai-ton married (2) Mr. Heidt, s. p.; 
married (3) R. S. R. Chrystyburg, s. p. 

2599 

Henry Dunbar Gilbert, son of Setli Gilbert, married 
Susan Elizabeth Bishop, Nov. 10, 1841. 

4491. Joseph Bishop, b. Aug. 2, 1842 ; d. June 2, 

1844. 

4492. Henry Ivey, b. Feb. 12, 1844; d. Apr. 1 1, 1845. 

4493. Ann Elizabeth, b. Apr. 27, 1845. 

4494. West Moore, b. July 25, 1847 ; d. June 20, 

1856. 

4495. Ashley, b. Dec. 20, 1848. 

4496. Catherine W., b. Feb. 22, 1851. 

4497. Thos. Bragg, b. Mar. 7, 1853 ; d. May 2, 1859. 

4498. Matilda Varnum, b. Jan. 5, 1855 ; d. Mar. 5, 

1862. 

4499. Ella, b. Mar. 21, 1857 ; d. Apr. 22, 1859. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 359 

S600 

Charles Russell Lowell, son of Reverend Charles and 
Harriet Brackett (Spence) Lowell, married Anna 
Cabot Jackson, daughter of Patrick Tracy and Lydia 
(Cabot) Jackson, Apr. 13, 1832. 

4500. Anna Cabot Jackson, b. Aug. 9, 1833; m. H. 

E. Woodbury, Apr. 6, 1868, s. p. 

4501. Chas. Russell (Jr.), b. Jan. 2, 1835; Capt. U. S. 

Cavalry May 14, 1861; Col. 2d Mass. Cavalry 
Apr. 15, 1863; Brig..Gen'l of Vols. Oct. 19, 
1864 ; d. at Middletown, Va., of wounds re- 
ceived at Cedar Creek ; m. Josephine Shaw, 
Oct. 31, 1863; d. Oct. 20,1864. 

4502. Haeelet, b. Sept. 11, 1836; m. Geo. Putnam, 

June 9,. 1860. 

4503. James Jackson, b. Oct. 15, 1837; 1st Lieut. 

20th Mass. Vols. July 10, 1861 ; d. at Nel- 
son's Farm, near Richmond, Va., July 4, 
1862, of a wound received at Glendale June 
30th. 
Mrs. Anna Cabot Lowell died Jan. 7, 1874. 

Mary Traill Spence Lowell married Samuel Ray- 
mond Putnam, Apr. 25, 1832. 

4504. Alfeed Lowell, b. Mar. 13, 1833; d. at 

Ferrara, Italy, Oct. 2, 1855. 

4505. Geoeglna, b. Oct. 21, 1835. 

4506. Wm. Lowell, b. July 9, 1840 ; 2d Lieut. 20th 

Mass. Vols., July 10, 1861 ; mortally 
wounded at Balls Bluff, Oct. 21, 1861, and 
d. Oct. 22, 1861. 

4507. Chaeles Lowell, b. Jan. 29, 1845; d. Sept. 

10, 1847. 
Samuel Raymond Putnam died Dec. 24, 1861. 



360 CuTTS Genealogy. 

«roo4 

Rev. Robert Traill Spence Lowell married Mary Ann 
Diiane, daughter of Judge Duane, Oct. 28, 1845. 

4508. Harriet Bracket Spence, b. Jan. 13, 1847; 

d. Sept. 13, 1864. 

4509. Mary Ann, b. May 24, 1849. 

4510. Perceval, b. Nov. 13, 1850 ; d. unm., Dec. 9, 

1887. 

4511. Jas. Duane, b. May 1,1853. 

4512. Charles, b. Aug. 30, 1855 ; m. Nov. 12, 1885, 

Beatrice K. Hard castle. 

4513. Rebecca Russell, b. Dec. 5, 1857. 

4514. RoBT. Traill Spence (Jr.), b. Marcli 15, 1860 ; 

m. Kate B. Myers, Sept. 2, 1886 ; d. Mar. 
17, 1887. 
Mrs. M. D. Lowell died Nov. 2, 1890. 

S605 

James Russell Lowell married Maria White of Wa- 
tertown, Mass., Dec. 26, 1844. 

4515. Blanche, b. Dec. 31, 1845 ; d. Mar. 10, 1847. 

4516. Mabel, b. Sept. 9,1847; m. Edward Burnett, 

1872. 

4517. Rose, b. July 16, 1849; d. Feb. 2, 1850. 

4518. Walter, b. Dec. 22, 1850; d. June 9, 1852. 
Mrs. M. W. Lowell died in Cambridge, Mass., Oct. 

27, 1853, in her 33d year. 

Jas. Russell Lowell married (2) Frances Dunlap of 
Portland, Me., Sept., 1857, who died in London, Eng- 
land, Feb., 1885. 

S606 

Ann Josepha Spence married Franklin Smith. 

4519. Carroll, b. 

4520. Mary Clare, b. ; m. Mi*. Stevenson. 

4521. Anne, b. 




\ ••^/ 



CuTTS Genealogy. 361 

3611 

Mary Clare Carroll married Oliver P. McGill, Mem- 
ber of the Legislature and Eegistrar of Wills in Balti- 
more county, 1844. 

4522. Maey Clare Carroll, b. 1848; d. 1870. 

4523. Roberta Traill Brook, b. 1850; m. Greo. H. 

Howard, Dec. 17, 1874. 

4524. Rebecca Carroll, b. 

4525. Olivia Patricia (Lillie), b. ; m. Talbot 

J. Albert, Oct. 28, 1884. 

4526. Carroll Spence, b. 

Mrs. Mary C. (Carroll) McGill died April 26, 1892. 

3616 

Robert Traill Townsend Spence married Maria W. 
Hazlitt, daughter of James H. and M. A. H. Hazlitt, 
Oct. 17, 1871. 

4527. Lowell, b. Apr. 23, 1872. 

4528. Robert, b. Apr. 25, 1874. 

4529. Mabel, b. Feb. 4, 1877. 

4530. Jessica, b. Sept. 7, 1880. 

3630 

Commodore Chas. Wm. Whipple Pickering married 
Mary Prescott Stearns, Jan. 7, 1847. 

4531. John Stearns, b. Nov. 5, 1847 ; d. Nov. 21, 

1853. 

4532. Mary Traill Spence, b. Apr. 15, 1852; d. 

Feb. 19, 1853. 

4533. Fanny Curtis, b. Mar. 9, 1854; m. A. C. 

Heffenger (M. D.), July 11, 1878. 

4534. Guy, b. Aug. 31, 1856; d. Dec. 27, 1861. 

4535. Louisa Spence, b. Feb. 28, 1860 ; d. July 30, 

1879. 
46 



362 CuTTS Genealogy. 

S691 

Maria ^Louisa Spence Pickering married George H. 
Place, June 11, 1851. 

4536. Kebecca Lowell, b. Mar. 10, 1852. 

4537. Chakles Ashtoist, b. July 3, 1853 ; m. Mary 

H. Place, Nov. 1, 1881. 

4538. John Seaward, b. Dec. 26, 1857 ; d. Dec. 31, 

1857. 

4539. Robert Whipple, b. Sept. 27, 1859; d. Oct. 

7, 1859. 

John Henry Sherburne, married Miss Devens. 

4540. John H., b. ; m. ; lawyer in Boston, 

Mass. 

Georgianna H. Sherburne married Mr. Hull. 

4541. Alice, b. ; m. Col. R. C. Duryea, U. S. A. 

4542. Georgianna, b. 

4543. , b. 

2G2G 

Catherine Cecilia Elwyn, daughter of Thomas and 
Eliza (Langdon) Elwyn, married Benjamin Woolsey 
Rogers, son of Moses and Sarah (Woolsey) Rogers, 
1819. 

4544. Thomas Elwyn, b. 1820; d. 1837. 
B. W. Rogers died Dec. 12, 1859. 

9697 

Elinor Elizabeth Elwyn married Edward Delafield 
(M. D.), Oct., 1821. 

4545. Caroline, b. 

4546. Edward, b 



CuTTs Genealogy. 363 



4547. Eleanor, b. 

4548. Alfeed, b. 

4549. Anne, b. 

4550. George, b. 



^639 



Emily Sophia Elwyn married Jolin Erving, 1832. 

4551. John, b. July 6, 1833; m. Cornelia Van 

Rensselaer, Apr. 22, 1862. 

4552. Langdon, b. Nov. 20, 1834; m. SopMa C. 

Pennington, Dec. 18, 1860; d. May 20, 
1862. 

4553. Elwyn, b. June 24, 1839; m. Lydia H. 

Adams, Apr., 1860; d. Nov. 8, 1867. 
Col. Jolin Erving died Oct. 26, 1862, se. 74. 

3630 

Alfred William Langdon Elwyn married Mary Mid- 
dleton Mease, Jan. 31, 1832. 

4554. Alfred Langdon, b. Dec. 24, 1832 ; m. Helen 

M. Dyer, Apr. 13, 1864. 

4555. Mary Middleton, b. May 21, 1838; m. S. 

Weir Mitchell (M. D.), Sept. 30, 1858; d. 
Sept. 20, 1868. 
Mrs. M. M. M. Elwyn died Mar. 7, 1884, sb. 80. 

3637 

Charles Henry Ladd, son of Alexander and Maria 
Tufton (Haven) Ladd, married Susan Lowell Fowle, 
daughter of Wm. and Esther Dashiell (Taylor) Fowle, 
Nov. 5, 1839. 

4556. William Fowle, b. Aug. 31, 1845; m. Caro- 

lyn Willis, June 12, 1877. 



364 CuTTS Genealogy. 

4657. Esther Dashiell, b. Apr. 11, 1847 ; m. Wm. 

W. Johnston (M. D.), Apr. 11, 1871 ; d. 

1891. 
Mrs. S. L. F. Ladd died June 4, 1888, in Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

3638 

Charlotte Anne Ladd married Samuel Elliott Coues, 
May 29, 1833. 

4558. Haven Ladd, b. July 10, 1834; d. Feb. 2, 

1836. 

4559. Elliott, b. Sept. 9, 1842; m. Mrs. Emily 

Bates, Oct. 25, 1887. 

4560. Maeia TuiTON, b. Mar. 26, 1837; d. Nov. 6, 

1839. 

4561. Loms Dwight, b. May 5, 1845; d. Mar. 29, 

1864. 

4562. Grace Darling, b. Sept. 4, 1847 ; m. C. A. 

Page, Oct. 4, 1867; m. Dana Estes, Nov. 
10, 1884. 
S. E. Coues (author of ''Studies of the Earth," 
etc., and '' Mechanical Philosophy "), son of Capt. Peter 
and Kebecca (Elliott) Coues, and grandson of John and 
Mary (Ayers) Elliott, died July 3, 1867. (See 
"Rambles about Portsmouth," 127, pp. 246-7.) 

S639 

Alexander Hamilton Ladd married Elizabeth Wyer 
Jones, daughter of Wm. and Ann (Parry) Jones, June 
11, 1840. 

4563. Mary Tufton Haven, b. Mar. 12, 1841 ; m. 

C. F. Blake, Mar. 12, 1868. 

4564. Ann Parry, b. April 3, 1842 ; m. John Lang- 

don Ward, Oct. 25, 1871. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 365 

4565. Elizabeth Hamilton, b. June 3, 1845 ; m. 

Clias. E. Wentworth, Sept. 30, 1869. 

4566. Wm. Jones, b. Feb. 4, 1844 ; m. Ann Russell 

Watson, June 21, 1869. 

4567. Maria Haven, b. Apr. 1, 1848 ; m. Manning 

Emery, Aug. 3, 1875. 

4568. Alexander, b. July 22, 1853 ; d. Dec. 9, 1873. 

4569. Chas. Albert, b. June 26, 1857; d. Mar. 6, 

1863. 

4570. Horace Appleton, b. Feb. 20, 1859; d. Jan. 

13, 1860. 
Mrs. E. W. J. Ladd died Sept. 21, 1865, se. 46. 

9641 

Caroline Sarah Ladd married John Lord Hayes, 
1839. 

4571. Alex Ladd, b. Sept. 20, 1841. 

4572. Wm. Allen, b. June 29, 1843. 

4573. Maria Tufton, b. Feb. 28, 1846. 

4574. Susan Lord, b. Apr. 8, 1847. 

4575. Caroline Sophia, b. Feb. 20, 1854. 

3655 

Wm. W. Leighton, son of Andrew and Sarah C. 
(Odiorne) Leighton, married Susan Hall, daughter of 
Moses Hall, Sept. 2, 1844. 

4576. Isabel K., b. Feb. 7, 1846. 

4577. Charles O., b. May 13, 1851. 

S656 

Miriam Leighton married Wm. Hill, Nov. 27, 1849. 

4578. Ella Bruce, b. Sept. 19, 1850 ; m. Homer H. 

Hobbs, Nov. 29, 1877. 

4579. John Fremont, b. Oct. 29, 1855 ; m. L. G. 

Vickerey, May 19, 1880. 



366 CuTTS Genealogy. 

4580. Lizzie Ransom, b. Mar. 23, 1857 ; m. W. L. 

Hobbs, Dec. 18, 1883. 

4581. Howard, b. Dec. 5, 1861 ; d. Jan. 2, 1863. 

3603 

Catherine Leighton married Eli Lamprey. 

4582. Catherine M., b. 

3663 

Sarah H. Leighton married H. F. Donnell, 1859. 

4583. Augustus, b. Dec. 28, 1861. 

4584. Maria K., b. Nov. 11, 1866. 

4585. ViRGiLLiAN, b. Sept. 25, 1873. 

4586. Edgar E., b. May 12, 1882. 

3664 

Haven Appleton Butler, son of Oliver and Abigail 
Vickerey (Odiorne) Butler, married Lucy Perkins 
Ricker, May 23, 1841. 

4587. John Wesley, b. ; d. 1847. 

4588. Chas. Melville, b. ; d. unm., Washing- 

ton, D. C, 1873. 

4589. John Wesley, b. 

4590. Lucy Abby, b. ; m. F. S. Hart well. 

4591. Ella H., b. ; d. y. 

4592. Woodbury Haven, b. . " 

4593. Horatio Appleton, b. 

3667 

Georgianna Odiorne, daughter of Wm. and Louisa 
(Haley) Odiorne, married John Adams. 

4594. Ella H. B., b. ; d. 1861. 

4595. Wm. Haley, b. ; d. 1861. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 367 

S678 

Lucy Ann Odiorne, daughter of Samuel M. and 
Clarissa A. C. Odiorne, married Wm. J. Bridger, July 
25, 1854. 

4596. William A., b. Jan. 14, 1855. 

3684 

Robert Odiorne Treadwell (M. D.), son of Dan'l Hearl 
Tread well and Ann Eustis (Langdon) Treadwell, mar- 
ried Marianna Weston. 

4597. Eustis Weston, b. Nov. 14, 1861 ; d. Sept. 3, 

1863. 

3685 

Wm. Hearl Treadwell married Ellen Pearson, daugh- 
ter of Eear Admiral Geo. F. Pearson. 

4598. Ellen Peaeson, b. 1856; d. April 15, 1856. 

4599. Geo. Feed'k Peaeson, b. 1857. 

4600. Wm. Heael, b. 1859 ; d. Jan. 20, 1889. 

4601. Emily, b. ; d. 1873. 

4602. Geaoe, b. 

3687 

George Langdon Treadwell married Frances P. 
Richardson. 

4603. Maeia Rice, b. ; d. 1872. 

4604. Ann Langdon, b. 
4605r Caeeie Riohaedson, b. 

3691 

Elizabeth Deering Odiorne, daughter of Samuel, 
John and Abigail (Page) Odiorne, married Henry R. 
French. 

4606. Andeew Beadsteeet, b. 

4607. Haeeiet Beadsteeet, b. 



368 CuTTS Genealogy. 

4608. Letta Bradstreet, b. 

4609. Ellen M., b. 

Caroline Lucy Odiorne married Jolin Patten. 

4610. Mary Ellen, b. 

3694 

Samuel Odiorne married Amanda O. Briry. 

4611. Joseph Milton, b. ; m. M. L. Price. 

4612. Albra Everett, b. 

4613. Mary Ellen, b. 

4614. Alice A., b. 

4615. Carrie A., b. 

4616. AdaF., b. 

4617. Annie A., b. 

3695 

Abigail M. Odiorne married Bradley V. Stinson. 

4618. Ella M., b. 

4619. Mary, b. 

4620. Lettee, b. 

4621. Wm., b. 

4622. Herbert, b. 

3703 

Charles Bird Odiorne, son of Daniel and Eliza (Bird) 
Odiorne, married Anna J. Rayner, Oct. 1, 1865. 

4623. Chas. Amasa, b. Jan. 12, 1867. 

4624. Mary Eliza, b. Apr. 12, 1868. 

3704 

Eliza Bird Odiorne married Jeremy Bentham Dennett. 

4625. John Davis, b. 

4626. Laura Adelaide, b. 

4627. Clara Isabelle, b. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 369 

2706 

Elizabeth D. Bartlett, daughter of Daniel and Pla- 
centia (Odiorne) Bartlett, married Benj. F. Downing, 
Dec. 26, 1863. 

4628. AnneM., b. Feb. 7, 1865. 

S707 

George E. Bartlett married Ellen Whitney, Dec. 31, 
1864. 

4629. HowAED E., b. 

9714 

Annie Louise White, daughter of John J. and Sarah 
H. (Pearse) White, married Thomas H. Lee. 

4630. LuLiE Teemlett, b. 1860 ; d. Dec. 13, 1861. 

2720 

Joshua Rindge Pierce married Marcia Kobinson. 

4631. Maek Wentwoeth, b. 

4632. Emily Milnee, b. 

4633. Maey Peaese, b. ; d. 1867. 

4634. Ann Bueeoughs, b. 

4635. Joseph P., b. 

4636. Elizabeth W., b. 

S728 

Mary Pearse Rice, daughter of Wm. A. and Emily 
Peabody (Pearse) Rice, married Edwin P. Rice, July 
3, 1856. 

4637. Emily Peaese, b. 

4638. Maey Peaese, b. 

4639. Edwin T., b. 

4640. Ruth Paekee, b. 

4641. Edith, b. 
47 



370 CuTTS Genealogy. 

4642. Frank P., b. 

4643. Robert, b. 

4644. Herbert, b. 

Abby Parker Rice married George S. Rice. 

4655. KiTTiE, b. 

4646. IzETTE, b. 

4647. George S., b. 

4648. Elizabeth Upham, b. 

4649. Chester Parker, b. 

4650. Adelaide P., b. 

3731 

Lucretia Everett Rice married Russell Jarvis, June 
19, 1862. 

4651. Annie Ladd, b. ; d- y- 

4652. Russell (Jr.), b. 

4653. Wm. Rice, b. 

4654. Phillips F., b. 

Russell Jarvis died 1887, in Claremont, N. H. 

9747 

Wm. Appleton Drown, son of Wm. A. and Mary E. 
(Pierce) Drown, married Elizabeth Darling. 

4655. Edward Darling, b. 

4656. Wm. M., b. 

4657. Thomas Darling, b. 

4658. Margaretta, b. 

9761 

John Paul Wise, son of Doctor Jolin and Sophia 
(Paul) Wise, married Mary N. Crockett, May 19, 1844. 

4659. Henry Morill, b. Mar. 6, 1847 ; m. Florence 

Bills, Dec. 21, 1871. 

4660. Flora McIvor, b. Apr. 1, 1849. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 371 

2765 

Hannah Catherine Morrill, daughter of Moses and 
Mary (Wise) Morrill, married Jas.Brackett Libby, 1839. 

4661. Mary Catherine, b. June 1, 1840; m. C. H. 

Corning, June 5, 1866. 

4662. Augustus Frost, b. Nov. 16, 1841 ; m. H. M. 

Robins, Dec. 18, 1866. 

4663. Chas. Freeman, b. Jan. 31, 1844; m. Alice 

W. Bradbury, Dec. 9, 1869. 

S768 

William Gray Wise, son of Daniel and Mary 
(Walker) Wise, married Annie H. Pierrepont, daugh- 
ter of Doctor James H. and Statira (Manning) Pierre- 
pont of Portsmouth, N. H., Oct. 16, 1843. 

4664. Annie Pierrepont, b. July 10, 1844. 

4665. Pierrepont, b. Sept. 9, 1849 ; m. C. E. Fitch, 

Oct. 26, 1875. 

4666. Marguerite Adams, b. May 31, 1852. 

4667. Louise Upham, b. June 17, 1857; d. June 3, 

1858. 

2780 
Edward Pemberton Myers, son of Jeremiah and 
Mary Colman (Ward) Myers, married Clara P. Fogg 
of Lewiston, Me., Nov. 28, 1867. 

4668. Alice Pemberton, b. July 12, 1880; d. July 

12, 1880. 
Mrs. Clara P. F. Myers died 1880. 

2786 

Frank Pemberton Ward, son of George Lee and 
Caroline P. J. Ward, married Myra Blair Chadwick, 
Oct. 27, 1884. 

4669. Eunice Westerner, b. Dec. 22, 1885; d. 

June 15, 1889. 



372 



CuTTS Genealogy. 



2791 

Charles Pemberton Deane, son of Geo. Howe Deane 
and Maria Hall (Ward) Deane, married Mary Dwight 
Child of Springfield, Mass., June 30, 1869. 

4670. Leila Child, b. May 5, 1870. (Vassar.) 

4671. Kate Belle, b. Oct. 27, 1871. 

S799 

Stanley Ward Houghton, son of Francis A. and Eliza 
Jane (Ward) Houghton, married Minnie B. Allen, 
Nov. 5, 1879. 

4672. Allen Ward, b. Feb. 21, 1882. 

4673. Effie Lee, b. Apr. 3, 1886. 

2803 

Edward Ward Martin, son of Dr. Charles and Fran- 
ces Isabella (Ward) Martin, married Eleanor Wigg, 
daughter of Major Wm. Hazard Wigg, June 15, 1882. 

4674. Charles Wigg, b. Apr. 13, 1883. 

4675. Emma Stevens, b. July 7, 1886. 

2805 

Harriet Stickney Hubbard, daughter of John W. and 
Harriet S. Hubbard, married Joseph Clinton Gregg, 
Sept. 12, 1865. 

4676. Henry Stickney, b. Oct. 4, 1866. 

4677. Marietta, b. July 4, 1868 ; Athens, Pa. 

2809 

Mary Elizabeth Reed, daughter of Henry L. and 
Charlotte (Stickne)^) Reed, married Isaac Haas, Sept. 
15, 1859. 

4678. Charlotte Marshal, b. Sept., 1860 ; d. Nov. 

22, 1864. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 373 

4679. Julia Stickney, b. June 12, 1862; m. J. F. 

Titus, Jan. 31, 1887. 

4680. LizzEE Everett, b. Nov. 5, 1864 ; m. F. B. 

Reed, Oct. 7, 1890. 

4681. Henry Reed, b. July, 1866 ; d. Sept., 1880. 

4682. Marshal, b. Oct., 1868. 

4683. Walter, b. 1870. 

Charlotte Stickney Reed married William Smiley 
Everett, June 6, 1865. 

4684. Henry Houghton, b. Sept. 11, 1866; m. Jes- 

sie Eliz. Armstrong, July 2, 1891. 

4685. Wm. Reed, b. Oct. 20, 1868. 

4686. CoLMAN Stickney, b. July 29, 1870. 

4687. Edward Warren, b. Oct. 3, 1872. 

4688. Charlotte Reed, b. May 4, 1874; d. Sept. 

6, 1878. 

4689. Mary Ward, b. Sept. 18, 1877. 

4690. Wirt, b. Sept. 13, 1879. 

4691. Irene, b. Oct. 18, 1881. 

9819 

Bertha Ellen Hall, daughter of Thos. W. and Eliza- 
beth Ward (Stickney) Hall, married George Adolf 
Ahrens, June 10, 1869. 

4692. Theodor George, b. Mar. 9, 1870. 
4698. Adolf Hall, b. Dec. 12, 1871. 
Geo. A. Ahrens died Apr. 17, 1875. 

3826 

Annie Ward Davenport, daughter of Henry and 
Caroline (Howe) Davenport, married Dr. Clement 
Cleveland, Jan. 17, 1874. 

4694. Henry Davenport, b. Nov. 11, 1875. 



374 CuTTS Genealogy. 

4695. Elizabeth Manning, b. Dec. 29, 1876. 

4696. Clement, b. June 22, 1880. 

4697. Geokge Davenport, b. Oct. 11, 1882; d. Oct. 

11, 1882. 

Francis Henry Davenport (M. D.) married Elizabeth 
Brewster, June 4, 1879. 

4698. Son, b. and d. Oct. 14, 1880. 

4699. Henry, b. Apr. 1, 1882. 

4700. Brewster, b, Mar. 6. 1886. 

9828 
George Howe Davenport married Caroline Hutchins, 

Sept. 25, 1877, who died May 26, 1878. 

Geo, H. Davenport married Camilla H. Chace, Nov. 
7, 1885. 

4701. Dorothea, b. Aug. 12, 1886. 

9830 

Emma F. Bray, daughter of Charles F. and Eliza 
Ward (Davenport) Bray, married Julius A. Eising, 
Oct. 12, 1865. 

4702. Katherine Ward, b. June 20, 1867 ; d. Feb. 

21, 1869. 

4703. Frederic Converse, b. May 16, 1870. 

4704. Wm. Davenport, b. Dec. 9, 1872. 

4705. Marion Ward, b. Sept. 13, 1876. 

9833 

Katherine Davenport Bray married Arthur Burnham, 
Sept. 30, 1875. 

4706. Roger Noble, b. Aug. 10, 1876. 

4707. Margaret Ward, b. Jan. 21, 1881. 

4708. Helen, b. Nov. 22, 1884. 

4709. Arthur Stanton, b. Mar. 24, 1888. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 375 

3834 

Anna Winslow, daughter of Rev. Hubbard Winslow 
and Susan Ward (Cutler) Winslow, married Edward 
Warren, Jan. 13, 1853. 

4710. Edwakd, b. Jan. 23, 1854; d. Oct. 24, 1858. 

4711. Frances, b. Feb. 3, 1856; m. E. A. Moore, 

Mar. 24, 1888. 

4712. Ednah, b. Apr. 18, 1862 ; m. Wm. J. Cotton, 

Feb. 25, 1890. 
Edward Warren died May 30, 1868. 

S835 

Edward Hubbard Winslow married Helen Ayer, 
Sept. 1, 1859. 

4713. Edward, b. Oct. 13, 1860. 

4714. Helen Lowell, b. Oct. 16, 1866. 

4715. Reginald Kenelm, b. June 23, 1868 ; d. May 

6, 1876. 

13836 

Wm. Copley Winslow married Harriet S. Hayward. 

4716. Joseph Hayward, b. Nov. 28, 1869 ; d. Nov. 

28, 1869. 

4717. Josephine Hayward, b. July 10, 1871 ; d. 

July 10, 1871. 

4718. Mary Whitney, b. Nov. 14, 1873. 

3838 

Phebe Ward Cutler, daughter of Joseph Edwin and 
Elizabeth (Warner) Cutler, married Charles M. Wood, 
Nov. 13, 1864. 

4719. Pliny Dwight Wood, b. July 13, 1867. 



3/6 CuTTS Genealogy. 

3839 

Joseph Warner Cutler married Emily E. Keep, May 
3, 1864. 

He enlisted in the war May 31, 1861 ; was promoted 
to orderly sergeant and mustered out at the expira- 
tion of his service in 1864. He was the first volunteer 
from W. Brookfield, Mass., and died of consumption 
contracted while in the service, May 18, 1871. 

Mrs. Emily E. K. Cutler married William Hammond. 

2855 

Arabella Cazenove Jordan, daughter of Ichabod 
Goodwin Jordan and Sarah L. (Goodwin) Jordan, 
married Franklin I. Rollins, son of Hon. Daniel G. and 
Sarah P. Rollins, Nov. 22, 1854. 

4720. Margaret Jordan, b. June 12, 1856. 

4721. Sarah Rice, b. Jan. 12, 1859. 

4722. Kate McLellan, b. Oct. 8, 1860 ; d. Sept. 6, 

1862. 

4723. Susan Jackson, b. Feb. 11, 1864. 

4724. Jordan Jackson, b. Dec. 20 1869. 

4725. Weld Allen, b. Aug. 11, 1874. 

S860 

Annie Penhallow Jordan married Albert H. Sweetser, 
April 19, 1871. 

4726. Geo. Albert, b. Nov. 23, 1873. 

4727. Wm. Jordan, b. Oct. 26, 1875. 

4728. Arthur, b. Feb. 14, 1877. 

2889 
Madeline Borland, daughter of M. W. and Julia 
(Gibson) Borland, married Louis McLane Tiffany 
(M. D.). 

4729. Kate, b. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 377 

9890 

John Borland raarried Constance Rives, daughter 
of Francis L. Rives (Esq.), of New York, N. Y. 

4730. Maud, b. 

4731. John, b. 

9891 

Rebecca Nelson Borland, daughter of John Nelson 
and Madeline (Gibson) Borland, married James 
Jackson. 

4732. Madeline, b. 

4733. James, b. 

4734. Rebecca Nelson, b. 

9899 

Julia Borland married Francis Lee Higginson. 

4735. Francis Lee, b. 

4736. Mary Cabot, b. 

4737. Juliette, b. 

4738. Barbara, b. 

9894 

John Nelson Borland married Alice Haven, daughter 
of George Enswold Haven. 

4739. Georgette, b. 

4740. Alice, b. 

9896 

Everett Pepperrell Wheeler, son of David Everett 
and Elizabeth Bartlett (Jarvis) Wheeler, married 
Lydia Lorraine Hodges, daughter of Silas H. and Julia 
(Fay) Hodges, Nov. 22, 1866. 

4741. Annle Lorraine, b. Oct. 30, 1868. 

4742. Ethel Jarvis, b. April 18, 1871. 

48 



378 CuTTS Genealogy. 

4743. David Everett, b. Nov. 23, 1872. 

4744. Winifred Fay, b. Aug. 30, 1875. 

4745. Beatrice Mary, b. 1877 ; d. y. 

4746. Constance Fuller, b. 1879. 

3897 

Mary H. Wheeler married Rev. Cornelius Bishop 
Smith, May 24, 1865. 

4747. Mabel Wheeler, b. Sept. 8, 1867. 

4748. Everett Pepperrell, b. Sept. 21, 1869. 

4749. Clarence Bishop, b. Oct. 17, 1872. 

4750. Ethel Nathalie, b. 

Rev. Cornelius Bishop Smith (D. D.) is at present 
writing (1893) rector of " St. James' Protestant Epis- 
copal Church" of New York city, N. Y., where he has 
been for 25 years. 

S901 

Eliza Ann Smith, daughter of Thos. Westbrooke 
Smith and Abigail (Page) Smith, married James Ware 
Bradbury, Nov. 25, 1834. 

4751. Henry Westbrooke, b. Feb. 10, 1836; m. 

Louisa H. Gregorie ; d. June 10, 1884. 

4752. James Ware, b. July 22, 1839; d. Sept. 21, 

1876. 

4753. Thos. Westbrooke Smith, b. July 24, 1841 ; 

d. May 11, 1868. 

4754. Charles, b. Mar. 31, 1846; m. Eva Lancas- 

ter, s. p. 

3906 

Philip Williams Ross, son of Benjamin and Mary 
(Smith) Ross, married Mary Cook. 

4755. Daughter, b. ; m. ; d. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 379 

S907 

Harriet Boardman Ross married H. E. Dingley. 

4756. Benj. K08S, b. ; Utica, N. Y. 

4757. Haeby E., b. 

3919 

John Riley, son of Captain Jobn and Ann (Board- 
man) Riley, married Mary Pendexter. 

4758. Emma, b. ; m. C. F. Livermore. 

S913 

Harriet Riley married Wm. H. Alden. 

4759. John, b. 

4760. Wm., b. 

4761. Harkiet, b. 

4762. Oliver, b. 

4763. Lizzie, b. ; m. Dr. G. M. Beard. 

3914 

Hazen Riley married Susan Bailey. 

4764. John, b. 

4765. Addie, b. 

3915 

Ann Riley married Abel Whitton. 

4766. Charles R, b. 

4767. Albert K., b. . 

3916 

Mary Riley married John Quincy Adams Smith. 

4768. Gilbert, b. 

4769. Elizabeth, b. 

4770. Frederick, b. 

Mrs. M. R. Smith died Oct. 9, 1863; Newton 
Centre, Mass. 



38o CuTTS Genealogy. 

2917 

Abigail Riley married Gr. T. Sewall. 

4771. Spencer K., b. 

4772. Jerry K, b. 

4773. Gilbert T., b. 

2918 

Lucretia Riley married J. Q. A. Smith. 

4774. Anne, b. 

4775. CoNSTANTiA, b. ; Newton Centre, Mass. 

2994 

Rev. Daniel Wingate Waldron, son of Daniel and 
Susan (Wingate) Waldron, married Mary A. Waite, 
Sept. 4, 1867. 

4776. A Daughter, b. Dec. 25, 1869 ; d. Dec. 27, 

1869. 

4777. Mary Russell, b. Oct. 23, 1871. 

2926 

Emma Alberta Waldron married John A. Raymond, 
SeiDt. 24, 1873. 

4778. Frederick Wingate, b. Oct. 14, 1874. 

4779. Emma Waterman, b. May 10, 1876. 

4780. Alberta Waldron, b. June 24, 1878. 

4781. Robert Bates, b. Nov. 8, 1880. 

4782. Walter Lee, b. Oct. 29, 1884. 

2931 

Mary Ann Dimmick, daughter of Col. Justin and 
Mary C. ( Waldron) Dimmick, married Capt. Alfred 
Taylor (U. S. A.). 

4783. Kitty, b. 

Rear Admiral Taylor, U. S. A., died April 18, 1891. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 381 

S933 

Katherine Dimmick married Capt. O. A. Mack (U. 
S. A.). 

4784. LuoT Waldeon, b. ; d. Sept. 16, 1866. 

4785. Maey Dimmick, b. ; m. Chas. P. Keese, 

July 5, 1890. 
Col. Oscar A. Mack died . 

3935 

Frances Dimmick married Lieut. Edward Parry. 

4786. Mary Waldron, b. Dec. 24, 1864; d. July 

13, 1865. 

3941 

Samuel Eliot Guild married Elizabeth H. Rice, 
daughter of Henry Gardner Rice of Boston, Mass., 
Feb 9, 1847. 

4787. Charlotte Henderson, b. May 7, 1848. 

4788. Samuel Eliot, b. Nov. 29, 1850 ; unm. ; grad. 

Harvard College ; engaged in banking busi- 
ness in Boston, Mass. 

3945 

Charles Eliot Guild married Mary Lyman Eliot, 
daughter of Samuel A. Eliot, Nov. 22, 1854. 

4789. Robert Wheaton, b. Sept. 29, 1855; d. Jan. 

9, 1880. 

4790. Henry Eliot, b. July 19, 1859. 

4791. Eleanor, b. Mar. 6, 1860. 

4792. Charles Eliot (Jr.), b. July 15, 1862. 

4793. Katherine Eliot, b. Sept. 7, 1866. 



382 CuTTS Genealogy. 

9946 

Rev. Edward Chipman Guild married Emma Cad- 
wallader, Oct. 8, 1861. 

4794. Eliza, b. Apr. 27, 1864. 

4795. Emma Rosalie, b. ; Brunswick, Me. 

a947 

John Toppan Parker, son of Henry Rust and Han- 
nah (Rust) Parker, married Sarah S. Seavey, 1825. 

4796. Eliza Frances, b. 1826. 

4797. Ruth Ann, b. 1828. 

4798. Henry Rust, M. D.,b. Jan. 24, 1836 ; m. Ella 

Thompson, May 27, 1866. 

4799. Geo. Seavey, b. 1842. 

2948 

Samuel Sewall Parker married Jane Gate, 1825. 

4800. Chas. F., b. 1826. 

4801. Harry S., b. 1828. 

4802. John W., b. 1841. 

4803. Samuel W., b. 1843. 

3950 

Matthew Stanley Parker married Clarissa Blake. 

4804. Sewall Hale, b. 1836. 

4805. Andrew E., b. 1846. 

Mrs. C. B. Parker died ; M. S. Parker married Eliza- 
beth Perkins. 

2964 

Charles Hamilton Parker, son of Matthew Stanley 
and Nancy (Quincy) Parker, married Catherine Snow 
Francis, daughter of David Francis, Oct. 3, 1832. 

4806. Mary Frances, b. Dec. 15, 1833; d. 1887, 

unm. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 383 

4807. Catherine Stanley, b. Dec. 16, 1835. 

4808. Chas. Edward, b. Aug. 5, 1839 ; m. Mary 

Phillips. 

4809. Alice Quincy, b. June 25, 1843. 

4810. James Lawrence, b. Apr., 1846; d. 1846. 

4811. Wm. Lincoln, b. ; m. E. Frothirigliam. 

2967 

John Stanley Parker married Agnes M. Carroll, Jan. 
18, 1843, daughter of Wm. Carroll (U. S. consul at 
St. Helena). 

4812. Wm. Stanley, b. Mar. 31, 1846; d. Apr. 1, 

1846. 
Mrs. A. M. C. Parker died Apr. 1, 1846. 

3969 

Sarah Ann Parker married Samuel Andrews, July 
17, 1845. 

4813. Chas. Stanley, b. May 10, 1846. 

4814. Agnes Quincy, b. Dec. 4, 1849; m. M. Mc- 

Loud, Dec. 8, 1881. 

4815. Catherine Hamilton, b. July 23, 1859. 
Samuel Andrews died Jan., 1889. 

»970 

Major-General Ebenezer Francis Parker married 
Elizabeth C. Stone, April 3, 1862. 

4816. Francis Stanley, b. Sept. 1, 1863 ; m. Har- 

riet A. Anderson, Dec. 27, 1888. 

4817. Frederick, b. 

4818. Eleanor Stanley, b. Apr. 30, 1868. 

4819. Arthur Hamilton, b. 



384 CuTTS Genealogy. 

2971 

Ann Parker Crosby, daughter of Rev. Jaaziniah and 
Ann R. (Parker) Crosby, married Rev. Cazneau 
Palfrey (D. D.), May 30, 1838. 

4820. Henry Goodwin, b. Oct. 9, 1839 ; m. M. D. 

LovEJOY, Oct. 17, 1872. 

4821. Mary Walker, b. Dec. 27, 1840. 

4822. Rebecca Salsbury, b. May 9, 1844; m. D. 

N. Utter, Sept. 16, 1872. 

4823. Carl Follen, b. July 27, 1846. 

Rev. C. Palfrey died Mar. 12, 1888. In "The Uni- 
tarian Review" of May, 18S8, there was published a 
memoir of Rev. C. Palfrey by Rev. A. P. Peabody in 
which he says, among other things: "While there are, 
in the moral as in the business aristocracy, new men, 
self-made men (so called), and often wonderfully well 
made, there is a type of goodness, mature, terrete, sym- 
metrical, perfectly balanced, resplendent, not by 
dazzling brilliancy, but by its pure and faultless radi- 
ance, which is the cumulative growth of successive 
generations. Dr. Palfrey was of this type." 

9978 

Alonzo William Folsom, son of James and Sarah 
(Rust) Folsom, married Harriet Soden, Nov. 30, 1843. 

4824. Augustine Henry, b. Sept. 5, 1845. 

4825. Mary Griggs, b. Dec. 10, 1852. 
Mrs. H. (Soden) Folsom died . 

Alonzo W. Folsom married (2) Mary Elizabeth 
Berry, March 5, 1868. 

4826. Harriet Soden, b. Jan. 23, 1869. 

Mrs. Mary E. Berry died April 14, 1874; Alonzo 
W. Folsom married Anna Ellis, Nov. 22, 1874. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 385 

2979 

Henry Augustus Folsom married Elizabeth R. C. 
Clark, Dec. 14, 1847. 

4827. Harriet Josephine, b. Aug. 19, 1851 ; unm. 

4828. Frank Henry, b. Sept. 18, 1858; unm. 
Mrs. E. R. C. C. Folsom died Nov. 13, 1858. Henry 

A. Folsom married (2) Louisa L. Rawson. 

<3980 

Greenleaf Franklin Folsom married Lucy (Lingham) 
Cleasley, Feb. 16, 1851. 

4829. Lucy Ella, b. Nov. 20, 1851 ; m. John H. 

Heller, Dec. 31, 1874. 

4830. Geo. Alfred, b. Nov. 15, 1856; d. Mar 26, 

1858. 

4831. Ida Althea, b. June 22, 1859. 

4832. Frank Greenleaf, b. Dec. 10, 1861 ; d. in 

infancy. 

4833. Geo. W. C, b. Aug. 2, 1864; d. Dec. 26, 

1868. 

3981 

James Alfred Folsom married Elizabeth Waterhouse, 
Sept. 11, 1856. 

4834. Lilly Etta, b. July 4, 1857. 

4835. Wm. Alonzo, b. Oct. 21, 1858. 

4836. Rose Arllngton, b. Mar. 27, 1860. 

S984 

William Appleton Rust (M. D.), son of Meshach and 
Martha (Frost) Rust, married Frances J. Goodenow, 
Oct. 10, 1848, who died . 

4837. Frances J., b. 

4838. Amelia H., b. 

4839. Winifred A., b. 
49 



386 [CuTTs Genealogy. 

4840. Philip Sidney, b. ; Harvard, 1887 ; Law 

School, 1890. 
W. A. Kust (M. D.) married her sister, Sarah J. 
Goodenow, June 5, 1851. 

2988 

Asa Folsom, son of Andrew and Sally (Hodgdon) 
Folsom, married Charlotte J. Bodge. 

4841. Mary Idella, b. July 24, 1854. 

4842. Martha Eugene, b. Jan. 8, 1862. 

4843. Edna Gertrude, b. May 4, 1869. 

9989 

Nancy Folsom married Winthrop Tuttle. 

4844. Carrie B., b. 

4845. Winthrop, b. 

9990 

Belinda B. Folsom married Jacob Brackett. 

4846. Elmer H., b. 1860. 

4847. Lillian M., b. 1870. 

9991 

Wm. Henry Folsom married Victoria Bailey. 

4848. Wm., b. 1870. 

9999 

Elizabeth Smith Folsom married Samuel H. Bur- 
leigh. 

4849. Evelyn, b. May, 1871. 

9993 

John Winter Folsom married Anna S. Fernald, 
Mar. 14, 1862. 

4850. Bertha, b. Dec. 3, 1862. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 387 



4851. Emma B., b. May 3, 1864. 

4852. Mabel, b. July 23, 1866. 
4853.- Grace, b. July 23, 1870. 
4854. Florence, b. June 6, 1873. 



3015 

Charles March, son of Jos. W. and Susan S. (King- 
Atkinson) March, married . 

4855. John Pyne, b. ; m. Mary Livingston 

Lowndes, dau. Maj. Rawlins and Gertrude 
Laura (Livingston) Lowndes, a desc. of 
Francis Lewis, signer of Declaration of 
Independence, Jan. 31, 1855 ; d. Nov. 25, 
1873. 

3019 

Frances Ann King Atkinson, daughter of Theodore 
and Ann Louisa (Tufts) King- Atkinson, married Hon. 
Edward Appleton, Sept. 29, 1842. 

4856. Martha Harris, b. Sept. 11, 1843 ; m. Henry 

M. Brown, May 19, 1875. 

4857. Emily Frances, b. Dec. 27, 1844; d. Aug. 

20, 1848. 

4858. Thomas, b. Oct., 1846 ; m. M. L. Burnham, 

Oct. 1, 1871, s. p. 

4859. Ann Louisa, b. Sept. 25, 1848 ; m. Frank M. 
Smith, Oct. 24, 1871. 

4860. Lucy Frances, b. June 21, 1850. 

4861. Francis Edward, b. May 25, 1853 ; m. S. C. 

Stoodley, Dec. 15, 1880. 

4862. Alice Atkinson, b. Nov. 20, 1854. 



388 CuTTS Genealogy. 

3030 

Theodore Atkinson married Martha P. H. Palmer, 
Oct. 25, 1849. 

4853. Theodore, b. Aug. 6, 1850 ; m. E. C. Smith, 
Jan. 21, 1872. 

4864. Edward, b. Feb. 25, 1852 ; d. June 22, 1861. 

Sarah Huntington Freeman, daughter of Asa and 
Frances K.-A. Freeman, married Rev. Newton Marble. 

4865. Frances Atklnson, b. 

3033 

Sarah Abby Berry, daughter of John A. Berry (M. 
D.) and Olivia (Donuell) Berry, married Roscoe L. 
Bowers, Sept. 15, 1859. 

4866. John Wilder, b. July 16, 1861. 

4867. Walter Thompson, b. Nov. 27, 1862. 

4868. Annie Greeley, b. May 12, 1864. 

4869. Homer, b. May 8, 1866; d. Aug. 1, 1866. 

4870. Albert Conant, b. Nov. 4, 1868 ; d. Sept. 23, 

1870. 

4871. Mary Abble, b. Oct. 2, 1871. 

3034 

Annie Olivia Berry married Roscoe G. Dennett (M. 
D.), Oct. 1, 1863, Saco, Me. 

4872. James Vaughan, b. Sept. 26, 1867. 

4873. Wm. Hartley, b. Sept. 15, 1870. 

4874. Bessie Greeley, b. June 13, 1875; d. Dec. 

14, 1878. 
Roscoe G. Dennett (M. D.) died July 3, 1877. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 389 

3038 

Wm. Henry Greeley, son of Wm. Eleazer and Myra 
A. (Smith) Greeley, married Hannah B. McLean. 

4875. Wm. Koger, b. May 12, 1881. 

4876. Dorothea, b. Nov. 17, 1882. 

4877. Hugh, b. Mar. 5, 1884. 

3045 

John Belcher Haight (M. D.), son of Rev. J. and 
Mary Belcher (Vaughan) Haight, married Elizabeth 
Pullan. 

4878. Charles Pullan, b. July 9, 1876. 

4879. Elizabeth, b. Jan. 10, 1883. 

3051 

Winfield Scott Jameson, son of Samuel and Jane 
Vaughan (Wise) Jameson, married Lizzie S. Harmon, 
Jan. 22,1865. 

4880. Edgar Wise, b. Nov. 14, 1866. 

4881. Inez Gerrish, b. Aug. 7, 1871. 

4882. Fred P., b. Dec. 5, 1872. 

4883. Lillian Vaughan, b. July 14, 1883. 

305!3 

Ella Jane Jameson married Edward Hanson. 

4884. Fred., b. ; d. unm., May 25, 1877. 

3053 

Ruel Wise Jameson married Ellen Brown. 

4885. Eva., b. 1869, Danvers Centre, Mass. 

3054 

Elliott Wise Jameson married Abbie Thompson, 
Greenville, Plumas Co., Cal. 



390 CuTTS Genealogy. 

3056 

Anna Jameson married Gardner Osgood. 

4886. Clakence, b. 1866. 

4887. Agnes, b. 1870. 

3058 

Margaret Jameson married Mr. Sessions. 

4888. , b. 1883. 

3059 

Emily Chase, daugliter of Cyrus and Mary (Wise) 
Chase, married Augustus Lemreux. 

4889. . 

4890. . 

3067 

Ada De Laski, daugliter of John Kimball and Ann 
Vaughan (Wise) De Laski, married Mr. Drake. 

4891. . 

4892. . 



3071 

Mary De Laski married Mr. Newhall of Lynn, Mass. 

4893. . 

4894. . 

4895. . 

3073 

Adfele Shaw, daughter of Ephraim E. and Emeline 
E,. (Wise) Shaw, married Mr. Davidson. 

4896. . 

4897. . 



CUTTS Genealogy. 391 

3095 

Mary Shannon Davis, daughter of Robert Sharp 
Davis and Mary Harriet (Shannon) Davis, married 
Wm. Edward Webster, Feb. 28, 1862. 

4898. Aethur Gordon, b. ; m. Elizabeth M. 

Townsend, Oct. 8, 1889. 

3098 

Laura Wood Davis married Thomas R Shewell, 

Nov. 7, 1867. 

4899. Martha Roberts, b. Jan. 9, 1869. 

4900. Mary Shannon, b. Nov. 2, 1870; d. July 9, 

1876. 

4901. Laura Davis, b. July 5, 1875 ; d. May 18, 

1876. 

4902. Julia Abbott, b. Aug. 19, 1877. 

4903. RoBT. Livingston, b. Sept. 8, 1879. 

3100 

Langdon Shannon Davis married Helen B. O'Leary, 

Nov. 9, 1880. 

4904. Arthur Langdon, b. Feb. 26, 1885 ; d. April 

24, 1885. 

3101 

Charles Way Shannon, son of Chas. Tebbetts and 
Jane R. S. Shannon, married Mary Emery Lapham, 
Dec. 29, 1859. 

4905. Mabelle, b. Apr. 2, 1862 ; m. E. B. Wolston, 

Sept. 27, 1887. 

4906. Grace Lincoln, b. Jan. 27, 1865. 

4907. Chas. Emery Gould, b. Sept. 16, 1875. 



392 CuTTS Genealogy. 

3103 

James H. Shannon (M. D.) married Susan Warner 
Greenwood, Oct. 24, 1873. 

4908. Richard Cutts, b. July 31, 1874. 

4909. Jas. Harriso]^, b. Aug. 31, 1876. 

4910. Jennie Warner, b. Oct. 10, 1879. 

4911. Chas. Nath'l, b. Aug. 13, 1882. 

3108 

Edwin Shannon Jennison, son of Rev. Edwin Jenni- 
son and Mary B. (Shannon) Jennison, married Amelia 
E. Smith, daughter of Asa G. and Esther Smith, Jan. 
9, 1855. 

4912. Chas. Smith, b. Mar. 20, 1856. 

3113 

Elizabeth Shannon, daughter of Samuel T. and 
Martha A. P. (Stevens) Shannon, married George 
Forbes. 

4913. . 

4914. . 

4915. . 

3115 

Samuel Shannon married Lucy Crockett. 

4916. Lucy S., b. 

3135 

Octavius B. Shreve (M. D.) married Sarah Daland, 
1869. 

4917. Genevieve, b. 

4918. Mary, b. 

4919. Benjamin, b. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 393 

3143 

Lillias Lyon Shannon married Edward Gushing, Feb., 
1879. 

4920. Edith Shannon, b. May, 1880. 

4921. KoBERT, b. Aug., 1883 ; d. Mar., 1888. 

3147 

Sarah Margaret Shannon married Wm. Henry 
Mathews of Yarmouth, Mass. 

4922. WiNFIELD, b. 

"Wm. H. Mathews enlisted in Co, C, 35th Reg't, 
Mass. Vols., in Sept., 1861. He died of typhus fever 
Feb. 7, 1862, in his 25th year. He was quartermas- 
ter-sergeant. 

3151 

Susan Frances Choate, daughter of Jonathan and 
Sarah E.. (Shannon) Choate, married Edwin F. Brown, 
Jan. 8, 1861. 

4923. Mary, b. May 19, 1865. 

4924. Myra, b. Nov. 5, 1868. 

4925. Edith, b. Sept. 25, 1874. 

3156 

Huldah A. Choate married Geo. F. Whiting. 

4926. Chas. E., b. Oct. 30, 1875. 

4927. Lewis Moreison, b. Dec. 24, 1877. 

3306 

Sydney B. Dorr, son of Nathan and Dorcas S. (But- 
ler) Dorr, married Nettie Keed. 

4928. Edwin N., b. Mar. 5, 1879. 

50 



394 CuTTS Genealogy. 

3207 

Clara Butler married Seth Dillingham, June 30, 
1866. 

4929. Willis Irwin, b. Sept. 9, 1868. 

4930. Laura Lottie, b. Aug. 30, 1870. 

4931. Perley Seth, b. Oct. 22, 1872. 

4932. Cora, b. Feb. 12, 1875. 

4933. Paul, b. May 20, 1880. 

3208 

Laura Butler, daughter of Frank N. and Martha W. 
(Libby) Butler, married Ansel Chick. Oct. 14, 1862. 

4934. Carrie Mattie, b. Feb. 22, 1864. 

4935. Sarah Elizabeth, b. Mar. 4. 1868. 

4936. Venice Rat, b. Dec. 5, 1872; d. Apr. 20, 

1883. 

3209 

Arethusa Butler married Chas. F. Hasty, Oct. 27, 
1868. 

4937. Charles L., b. July 16, 1871 ; d. July 21, 

1871. 

3213 

Annie E. Butler, daughter of Frank K and Mary 
(Dorr) Butler, married Ezekiel H. A. Prescott, Jan. 1, 
1879. 

4938. Harvey Scott, b. Jan. 28, 1880. 

4939. N. J., b. Sept. 5, 1882. 

3215 

Luther Oscar Libby, son of Luther S. and Rowena 
(Libby) Libby, married Kate I. Elliott, Apr. 2, 1876. 

4940. Kate Estelle, b. Sept. 3, 1877. 

4941. Myra Erma, b. Jan. 19, 1880. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 395 

3S16 

Gusta Rowena Libby married Charles E. Teetshorn, 
Oct. 17, 1876. 

4942. Eben Clement, b. Sept. 9, 1878. 

3354 

Laura Emma Ellsworth, daughter of Richard M. and 
Julia A. (Libby) Ellsworth, married Charles Howard, 
Mar. 30, 1872. 

4943. Blanche, b. Nov. 4, 1877. 

3355 

Fred. Ellsworth married Carrie E. Jacobs, Mar. 4, 
1881. 

4944. Lee Earl, b. July 4, 1883. 

4945. Ernest, b. July 3, 1884; d. y. 

3395 

Lewis Nathaniel Libby, son of Aaron R. and Rosiua 
(Jaqueth) Libby, married Aurania Sargent, daughter 
of Rev. Wm. Sargent, May 8, 1870. 

4946. Lewis Wayland, b. 

3300 

Chas. Herbert Libby married Annie M. Johnson of 
Parsonsfield, Me., Sept., 1878. 

4947. Josephine H., b. Mar. 21, 1880. 

3343 

Helen Eliza Norwood, daughter of Wm. D. and 
Eliza M. (Pierce) Norwood, married Elias Baker, 1861. 

4948. Wm., b. Dec. 7, 1862; m. Mabel A. Simpson, 

1885. 

4949. Arthur Stanwood, b. May 14, 1872; d. 



396 CuTTS Genealogy. 

4950. Helen Josephine, b. Apr. 29, 1876. 

4951. Edwaed H. S., b. July 2, 1884. 

3348 

Leander Donnell, son of Wm. and Mary J. (Nor- 
wood) Donnell, married Addie Plaisted, Nov. 12, 
1876. 

4952. Arthur Lee, b. Aug. 2, 1878 ; d. July 13, 

1882. 

4953. Chrlstie May, b. May 2, 1884. 

4954. Henry Norwood, b. Nov. 11, 1886. 

3353 

Francis Raynes, son of William and Mercy A. 
(Shaw) Raynes, married (2) Carrie Weston, Aug. 26, 
1887. 

4955. Shaw Francis, b. June 6, 1888. 

4956. Annie, b. Oct. 26, 1889; d. Aug. 26, 1890. 

3363 

Ralph-Allan Quimby, son of Ira B. and Lucy Ann 
(Raynes) Quimby, married Emma A. Ordway, Oct. 10, 

1880. 

4957. Ralph, b. Sept. 16, 1881 ; d. July 17, 1882. 

4958. Grace Eleanor, b. Mar. 13, 1884. 

4959. Edith Marcia, b. Mar. 4, 1886. 

3363 

Charles Linnaeus Quimby married Kittie E. Moore, 

Nov. 22, 1887. 

4960. Dorothy, b. Dec , 1890. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 397 

4405 

Joseph H. Moore, son of Joseph H. and Mary (Blais- 
dell) Moore, married Etta Stanton. 

4961. Annie, b. 

4962. Lottie, b. 

4963. Mary Olive, b. 

Mrs. E. S. Moore died. J. H. Moore married Stella 
Sumner. 

4964. Mary Olive, b. 

3406 

Annie Maria Shillaber, daughter of Benj. P. and 
AnnT. (de Kochemont) Shillaber, mamed Capt. James 
S. Dillingham (Jr.), April 14, 1861. 

4965. J AS. Benjamin, b. June 23, 1864. 

4966. Annie Shillaber, b. Aug. 27, 1867 ; d. Oct. 

30, 1868. 

4967. Mary Snow, b. Jan. 23, 1870. 

4968. Grace Winslow, b. Oct. 27, 1871 ; d. Feb. 

20, 1872. 

4969. Florence, b. Oct. 14, 1873; d. Sept. 3, 1874. 
Capt. J. S. Dillingham died Nov. 14, 1883. 

3407 

Wm. Shillaber married Lydia Dillingham, Oct. 18, 
1865. 

4970. Wm. (Jr.), b. Sept. 29, 1867. 

4971. Benj. Penhallow, b. Jan. 10, 1871; d. Sept. 

19, 1871. 

4972. Marian Frances, b. Nov. 1, 1872. 

4973. Robert, b. Apr. 19, 1875 ; d. Apr. 20, 1879. 



398 CuTTS Genealogy. 

3410 

Emma Frances Shillaber married Frank Clement, 
Sept. 30, 1868. 

4974. Alice Shillabek, b. Oct. 30, 1869. 

4975. SuMNEE, b. Jan. 21, 1874. 

3415 

Woodbury Dean Sawyer, son of Enocli and Priscilla 
H. (Bartlett) Sawyer, married E. Somerville, Oct, 
1878. 

4976. Harriet Woodbury, b. Feb. 6, 1881. 

3416 

Melville Sawyer married Harriet Adams Hayes, 
Aug. 16, 1859. 

4977. Harriet Priscilla, b. Nov. 11, 1861. 

4978. Melville Woodbury, b. Nov. 4, 1863. 

3418 

Mary Ann Sawyer married Robert Bryant of London, 
England, Apr. 7, 1864. 

4979. Elwood Evans, b. Apr. 23, 1868; m. Annie 

A. Cunningham, Oct. 9, 1890. 

4980. Katherine Stuart, b. Aug. 23, 1867; d. 

Nov. 14, 1885. 

4981. Woodbury Sawyer, b. Sept. 20, 1869. 

4982. Caroline Frances, b. Apr. 5, 1872; d. Dec. 

13, 1872. 

4983. Robert (Jr.), b. Jan. 3, 1876. 

3419 

Jonathan Hanson Sawyer married Mary Quinn. 

4984. Fannie S., b. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 399 

3444 

Elizabeth Bartlett Cutts, daughter of Capt. Edward 
H. and Anna H. (Sherwood) Cutts, married A. F. 
Powell, Sept. 8, 1886. 

4985. Louisa Sherwood Cutts, b. June 11, 1887. 

345S 

Mary Cutts Howard, daughter of Abel Trumbull 
Howard and Anna H. (Cutts) Howard, married Rob- 
ert Watt King, son of Robert and Margaret Sarah 
(Detheridge) King, Apr. 23, 1889. 

4986. Robert Pepperrell, b. Mar. 17, 1890. 

4987. Edith Howard, b. Jan. 17, 1893. 

3461 

George Alvin Edson, son of George Dwight and Isa- 
bella G. (Kimball) Edson, married Caroline E. Min- 
nick, Nov. 25, 1873. 

4988. Edna Bell, b. Sept., 1874. 

4989. Alvin Hiram, b. Oct., 1876. 

4990. Dwight Clement, b. July, 1881. 

4991. Chas. Edward, b. Mar., 1885. 

3465 

Lillie Emma Edson married Chas. G. Alton, April 
1, 1884. 

4992. Louisa Merle, b. July 4, 1885 ; d. Dec. 28, 

1885. 

3466 

Edward Palmer Kimball, son of Henry Martyn and 
Mary F. (Palmer) Kimball, married Leila Brittain, 
Feb. 20, 1882. 

4993. Edna Elizabeth, b. Sept. 6, 1883. 



400 CuTTS Genealogy. 

3467 

Emma Mabel Kimball married Alfred E. Urion, 
Sept. 10, 1885. 

4994. Frances Mary, b. Aug. 6, 1886. 

4995. Henry Kimball, b. Apr. 6, 1889. 

3473 

Ellen Maria Wheelwright, daughter of Joseph Storer 
Wheelwright and Susan A. (Webb) Wheelwright, 
married Albert Thaxter, June 6, 1864. 

4996. Geo. Storer, b. Aug. 10, 1866. 

3510 

Benj. Walter; Dodge, son of Benj. and Anne Eliza- 
beth (Hooper) Dodge, married Pluramer Price Web- 
ster, June 8, 1875. 

4997. Walter Webster, b. May 2, 1876. 

4998. Lawrence Elbridge, b. May 10, 1878. 

4999. Geo. Groves, b. June 13, 1885. 

3511 

Geo. Hooper Dodge married Jane Harriet Wester- 
velt, Oct. 1, 1875. 

5000. Mary Elizabeth, b. May 27, 1880. 

3530 

Chas. Wm. Cutts, son of William Foxwell and Mary 
A. (Sanborn) Cutts, married Miss Grace Garvin, Apr. 
10, 1889. 

5001. Ethel B., b. Jan, 13, 1890. 

Mrs. Grace G. Cutts died Jan. 27, 1890. 

C. W. Cutts is instructor in Greek and mathematics 
in the " New Hampton Literary Institute," New 
Hampton, N. H. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 401 

3557 

Edward A. Kennard, son of William L. and Mary E. 
(Frost) Kennard, married Susan M. Borden, Jan. 1, 
1860. 

5002. Careie, b. June 22, 1861 ; d. Sept. 18, 1880. 

5003. Mary E., b. Mar. 27, 1868. 

3558 

Emma F. Kennard married Oliver Prime, Jan. 3, 
1858. 

5004. WiNFiELD F., b. Nov. 22, 1860. 

5005. Marion E., b. June 9, 1862. 

5006. Louisa M., b. Dec. 21, 1864. 

5007. Grace H., b. May 4, 1867. 

3559 

Sarah A. Kennard married Charles De Coff. 

5008. Charles, b. ; d. Feb. 10, 1871. 

5009. Leonora, b. ; d. Mar. 17, 1876. 

5010. Wm. K., b. ; d. Mar. 23, 1876. 

3561 

Charles W. Kennard married Lucy Lord, Nov. 8, 
1866. 

5011. Harry D., b. Feb. 24, 1869. 

5012. Wm. W., b. Sept. 3, 1874. 

5013. Agnes F., b. Mar. 2, 1881, 

356S 

Lizzie M. Kennard married George O. Shapleigh, 
Dec. 30, 1866. 

5014. Mabel H., b. Oct. 26, 1876. 

51 



402 CuTTS Genealogy. 

3565 

Frank E. Kennard married Ellen Athorn, Dec. 25, 
1876. 

5015. Wm. O., b. June 25, 1878. 

36S5 

Edward Everett Shapleigh (M. D.), son of D. M. and 
Anna E. (Pierce) Shapleigh, married L. Mabelle 
Humphreys, Feb. 18, 1891. 

5016. , b. Jan., 1892. 

3655 

James Brown Thornton Chase, son of Jonathan G. 
and Sarah C. G. S. (Thornton) Chase, married Anna 
E. L. Allyn, May 6, 1870, Providence, R I. 

5017. Sarah Thornton, b. Mar. 16, 1871. 

5018. Jessamine Allyn, b. Apr. 13, 1874. 

3671 

Rufus Albert Fairfield, son of George A. and Har- 
riet (Nichols) Fairfield, married Frances Patten. 

5019. Aethur Philip, b. Oct. 30, 1878. 

5020. Geo. Albert, b. June 18, 1880. 

5021. Lawrence Patten, b. May 18, 1884. 

3680 

Caroline Augusta Fairfield, daughter of Hampden 
and Ellen K. (Perkins) Fairfield, married Alfred 
Montgomery Goodale. 

5022. Fairfield, b. Aug. 19, 1884. 

5023. Katharine Nourse, b. Nov. 2, 1885. 

5024. Dorothy Hovey, b. Feb. 16, 1887. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 403 

3698 

Sarah Wood Frost, daughter of Wm. Frost (M. D.) 
and Elizabeth Walker (Keating) Frost, married 
Stephen Morton of Portland, Me., Nov. 12, 1827. 

5025. Edward Watts, b. Ang. 30, 1828; m. Olive 

Lord, Jan. 1, 1851. 

3717 

Lucy Buckminster Emerson, daughter of Geo. Bar- 
rell Emerson and Olivia (Buckminster) Emerson, mar- 
ried John Lowell, May 18. 1853. 

5026. Olivia Buckminster, b. Mar. 14, 1854; d. Jan. 

15, 1870. 

5027. John, b. May 23, 1856 ; m. Mary E. Hale, Oct. 

24, 1883. 

5028. Mary Lothrop, b. Nov. 27, 1858; d. Sept. 3, 

1882. 

5029. LuoY, b. Sept. 21, 1860. 

5030. Geo. Emerson, b. Nov. 21, 1862 ; d. May 26, 

1884. 

5031. Susan Cabot, b. Dec 5, 1864; m. Wm. H. 

Aspinwall, June 4, 1889. 

3720 

Wm. Ralph Emerson, son of Wm. and (Bourne) 
Emerson, married Miss Meair. 

5032. Ralph Lincoln, b. 

3738 

Laura Heaton, daughter of George Heaton (M. D.), 
and Mrs. Sarah (Emerson) Heaton, married Thos. 
Sturtevant. 

5033. Edith, b. 

5034. Joseph, b, 

5035. Lawrence, b. 



404 CuTTs Genealogy. 

37S1 

George Lyman Moody, son of Joseph Green and 
Elizabeth C. (Cogswell) Moody, married Mary Eliza- 
beth Zimmerly, daughter of John Zimmerly (Esq.), of 
Erie, Penn., Jan. 26, 1869. 

5036. Mary Etta Elizabeth, b. Aug. 28, 1874. 

3741 

Theodore Barrell Moody, son of Theo. Lyman and 
Georgette A. (Hellen) Moody, married AdaC. Adams, 
a daughter of Andrew J. and Jane E. (Johnson) 
Adams, Sept.. 1880. 

5037. Adele, b. Sept., 1881. 

5038. Helen, b. Jan. 24, 1883. 

5039. Theo. Lyman, b. June 30, 1884. 

5040. Eugene Adams, b. Jan. 24, 1890. 

3743 

Rufus Sewall, son of Kuf us and Frances (Farrell) 
Sewall, married . 

5041. Frances, b. ; Louisiana. 



3744 

Sarah Frances Sewall^ daughter of Eufus and Fran- 
ces (Farrell) Sewall, married Hon. John M. Landrum, 
M. C. 

5042. Samuel Sewall, b. ; lawyer, Louisiana. 

3745 

John Albert Sewall, sou of Charles and Mildred 
(Gilmer) Sewall, married and left five children. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 405 

3754 

Charlotte Barrell Cheever, daughter of Eev. Henry 
T. and Jane (Tyler) Cheever, married Wm. Jewett 
Tucker, June 23, 1887. 

5043. Elizabeth Washbuene, b. June 4, 1889. 

3759 

Elizabeth Leonard Wilcox, daughter of Charles Cutts 
and Augusta (Ernst) Wilcox, married Walter Mitchell 
Smith, Sept. 25, 1860, son of Rev. John !<mith. 

5044. Louise Putnam, b. Feb. 20, 1862; d. Nov. 17, 

1862. 

5045. Esther Woodruff, b. Nov. 14, 1863 ; m. Dr. 

Harry Hungerford, Nov. 6, 1889. 

5046. Elizabeth Wilcox, b. Oct. 28, 1867 ; d. Apr. 

19, 1888. 

5047. Isabel Ernst, b. Nov. 24, 1868 ; d. June 7, 

1869. 

5048. Mary Louise, b. Jan. 29, 1871; Stamford, Ct. 

3760 

Ida W. Wilcox, daughter of Charles Cutts and Alma 
A. (Chellis) Wilcox, married Orron B. Spencer (M. 
D.), Oct. 16, 1878. 

5049. Harry S. Wilcox, b. Oct. 29, 1879. 

3761 

^ Charles Hamilton Wilcox, son of Geo. W. and Sarah 
M. (Butman) Wilcox, married Cassie J. Burchard, 
Mar. 5, 1878. 

5050. Geo. Elwood, b. Oct. 28, 1877. 

3763 

George Butman Wilcox married Euletta F. Berry, 
Oct. 8, 1874. 

5051. Louise Putnam, b. Feb. 5, 1884. 



4o6 CuTTS Genealogy. 

3765 

Louise Putnam Moore, daiigliter of James C. and 
Caroline E. (Cliick) Moon*, married Hiram E. Thomp- 
son, Jan. 20, 1870. 

5052. Carroll, b. Nov. 6, 1870. 

5053. Abbie Gail, b. July 20, 1880. 

3770 

George Thacher Cutts, son of Joseph Brown Cutts 
(M. D.) and Anna (Thacher) Cutts, married Mary 
Francis. 

5054. Francis Thacher, b. 

3771 

Eunice Frances Cutts, daughter of Hiram and Fran- 
ces (Burt) Cutts, married Geo. A. Sanderson, Oct. 14, 
1872. 

5055. Shirley Philip, b. Aug 26, 1880. 

3772 

Frederick Gould Cutts married Mary Elizabeth Col- 
man, Apr. 30, 1873. 

5056. Frederick Colman, b. June 4, 1876. 

3773 

Francis Childs Cutts married Elizabeth A. Farthing, 
Mar. 13, 1887. 

5057. ViDA Elizabeth, b. June 28, 1888. 

3775 

Anna Frances Webster, daughter of Virgil and 
Alzira (Cutts) Webster, married Chase E. Glidden, 
Oct. 25, 1882. 

5058. Alzira Winifred, b. Aug. 25, 1883. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 407 

5059. Feances Josephine, b. Mar. 25, 1886. 

5060. Anna, b. Oct. 16, 1888. 

3776 

Carlton Eugene Webster* married Miss Ada F. 
Norton, Oct. 5, 1882. 

5061. Julia Isabelle, b. Nov. 12, 1883. 

5062. Fred'k Norton, b. Oct. 4, 1886. 

5063. Virgil Carlton, b. July, 1888. 

3779 

Anna Cutts Miller, daughter of John and Emily A. 
(Cutts) Miller, married Edward J. Wilson, Oct. 9, 
1888. 

5064. Foster Miller, b. Jan. 19, 1892. 

3791 

Wm. Henry Pierson (Rev.), son of Wm. and Eliza- 
beth (Cutts) Pierson, married Annie L. Bailey. 

5065. Ruth, b. 

5066. WiNTHROP, b. ; d. y. 

3792 

Elizabeth Pearson Cutts, daughter of John Scott and 
Martha (March) Cutts, married Asa Lyman, Nov. 7, 
1866. 

5067. RoLFE March, b. Apr. 21, 1868. 

5068. Richard Eldredge, b. Oct. 10, 1869. 

5069. Bertha Huntington, b. Nov. 2, 1873. 

5070. Lizzie Cutts, b. Jan. 9, 1875 ; d. Jan. 9, 1875. 

5071. Harold Cutts, b. Nov. 5, 1876. 

5072. Emily Hastings, b. Aug. 8, 1878. 

5073. Waldo Holbrook, b. Oct. 12, 1882 ; d. Nov. 

18, 1883. 
Mrs. Elizabeth P. (Cutts) Lyman died Jan., 1893. 

* Superintendent of schools in Dixon, IlL 



4o8 CuTTS Genealogy. 

3793 

Emily C. Cutts married Chas. H. Judd, Nov., 1859. 

5074. Julie, b. Nov. 26, 1860; m. Francis Swanzy. 

5075. Helen, b. May 5, 1862; m. Arthur C. Farley. 

5076. Emily P., b. Jan. 26, 1865. 

5077. Chas. Hastings, b. Sept., 1866. 

3795 

John Scott Cutts (jr.) married Etta O. Leavitt, Nov., 
1871. 

5078. Martha March, b. Feb. 9, 1873. 

5079. Mary Emily, b. Dec. 10, 1874. 

5080. James Nowell, b. Oct. 17, 1876. 

3799 

Henry F. Emery, son of Caleb and Abigail A. 
(Cutts) Emery, married Lizzie Branham, daughter of 
Rev. Walter and Lizzie ( ) Branham of Oxford, Ga. 

5081. Walter B., b. Mar., 1876. 

5082. Alice, b. Jan. 12, 1881. 

5083. Wm. S., b. May 1, 1883. 

5084. Julia J., b. 

3801 

Lizzie J. Emery married Gr. W. Fernald. 

5085. Lee Emery, b. 

5086. Alice A., b. 

5087. Wm., b. 

3809 

Sarah (SalHe) FHnt, daughter of Isaac and Mary J. 
(Cutts) Flint, married W. C. Buck. 

5088. Marion Flint, b. 

5089. Malcolm Rodney, b. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 409 

3810 

Mary L. Kennison, daughter of Jos. L. and Miranda 
(Cutts) Kennison, married Chas. Koot. 

5090. Jos. Langdon, h. 

3814 

Florence Cutts, daughter of Joseph H. and Violetta 
(Otis) Cutts, married Chas. Ober. 

5091. Mary, b. 

3818 

Effie Louise Clark, daughter of Edwin and Huldah 
(Getchell) Clark, married Geo. H. Smith, Oct. 17, 
1885. 

5092. Mildred Frances, b. 

5093. Cora Leonards, b. 

5094. Huldah Dorothy, b. 

5095. David Shirley, b. 

3820 

Ella Maria Clark, daughter of Elbridge and Maria 
(Bartlett) Clark, married George Scott. 

5096. Charles, b. 

5097. Edward, b. 

38S3 

Mabel Clark married Romanzo Thayer. 

5098. Minnie, b. 

3876 

Lovena B. Currier, daughter of Daniel S. and Mary 
(Gunnison) Currier, married John Wheeler. 

5099. Chester, b. ; d. y. 

5100. John, b. 

52 



4IO CuTTS Genealogy. 

5101. Waltee, b. 

5102. Geo., b. 

5103. Chester, b. . 

5104. Alice F., b. 

3890 

Harriet M. Hutchinson, daughter of A. P. and Han- 
nali W. (Gunnison) Hutcliinson, married Dexter 
Parker. 

5105. Fred., b. 

5106. Elvin, b. 

5107. Geo., b. 

3897 

Mary Frances Peaslee, daughter of Wm. and Sophira 
W. (Gunnison) Peaslee, married Richard F. Piatt. 

5108. Richard, b. 

5109. Ida, b. 

3935 

Mary Alice Bacon, daughter of Rev. Wm. N. and 
Harriet E. (Cutts) Bacon, married Edward Nichols, 
IsTov. 21, 1882. 

5110. Mary Elizabeth, b. Mar. 25, 1884. 

5111. Maud Emeline, b. Apr. 6, 1886. 

5112. Henry Edward, b. Nov. 29, 1887. 

3936 

Alice Emeline Cutts, daughter of Chas. Elbert and 
Betsey (Larson) Cutts, married John W. Wright, Nov. 
24, 1877. 

5113. Chas. Cutts, b. Apr. 25, 1879. 

5114. Lulu Cynthia, b. Feb. 1, 1881. 

5115. Geo. Bancroft, b. Aug. 17, 1883. 

5116. Cushman Kellogg, b. Dec. 7, 1886. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 411 

3934 

Rev. Clayton Edward Higgins, son of E. S. Euretta 
R (Cutts) Higgins, married Ella C. Sanders, May, 
1881. 

5117. Imogene E., b. Feb. 24, 1886. 

3935 

Jennie Eliza Fisher, daughter of Mason I. and Abi- 
gail L. (Cutts) Fisher, married C. G. Brown, Dec. 4, 
1880. 

5118. Reuben Fisher, b. Dec. 15, 1882. 

3937 

Mary A. Cutts, daughter of Thomas M. and Harriet 
E. (Bigelow) Cutts, married John M. Jameson, Aug. 
27, 1885. 

5119. Harriet Lewis, b. Oct. 16, 1886. 

3944 

Elizabeth Cutts, daughter of Hon. Marsena Edgar 
and Helen (Frick) Cutts, married Homer Smith. 

5120. Charles, b, 

3955 

Mary Marinda Streeter, daughter of Sheldon M. and 
Maiy D. (Cutts) Streeter, married Lester C. Cook, 
Jan. 19, 1875. 

5121. Grace Bell, b. Nov. 21, 1876. 

5122. Merle Lawrence, b. Nov. 3, 1878; d. Feb. 

24, 1884. 

5123. Carl J., b. July 7, 1881 ; d. Feb. 21, 1884. 

5124. Harriet, b. Sept. 29, 1884. 

5125. A Son, b. Sept. 29, 1884; d. Oct. 8, 1884. 

5126. Don Sheldon, b. Jan. 16, 11 



412 CuTTS Genealogy. 

3997 

Valona Z. Cutts, daugliter of Cbarles and Elsie 
(Slioles) Cutts, married Francis H. Weed, Oct. 22, 
1865. 

5127. Leon L., b. Aug. 13, 1867. 

5128. Chas. Merton, b. Feb. 8, 1876. 

4000 

Celia Cutts married George A. Scribner, Jan. 16, 
1877. 

5129. Leon A, b. Oct. 5, 1881. 

5130. Ivan L., b. Aug. 3, 1886. 

4064 

Henry A. Cutts, son of Geo. W. and Eunice B. 
(Wright) Cutts, married Amy Almira Clough, Oct. 13, 
1885. 

5131. Minnie Ethel, b. Feb. 22, 1887. 

4070 

Elber Reuben Cutts, son of Andrew J. and Mary J. 
(Messer) Cutts, married Clara E. Fisher, Feb. 19, 
1884. 

5132. ELwn^ F., b. Sept. 5, 1885. 

4077 

Ann Adella Cutts, daugliter of Lorenzo L. and Mary 
A. (Rollins) Cutts, married Wilbur J. Cutts, son of 
Samuel and Sarah (Tucker) Cutts, Jan. 12, 1888 (see 
S9S9). 

5133. Leston Lorenzo, b. Oct. 13, 1888 ; d. Aug. 

17, 1891. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 413 

4131 

Rufus K. Lord, son of George D. and Sarah A- 
(Soper) Lord, married Nellie Cummings, June 30, 
1886. 

6134. Geo. Cummings, b. July 30, 1888; Reading, 

Mass. 

4146 

Geo Walter Luce, son of Wm. Henry and M. Jane 
(Emery) Luce, married Miss Hinman, daughter of 
Kev. J. Hinman, and has two children. 

5135. . 

5136. . 

4147 

Albert Luce married Kitty Cohen, 1876. 

5137. William, b. 

5138. Walter, b. 

4161 

Wm. E. Weeks, son of Joseph M. and Elvina 
(Cutts) Weeks, married Nina Belle Smith, daughter of 
Edward Smith, April 26, 1887. 

5139. , b. May, 1890. 

4319 

Wm. Gardner Shackford, son of Wm. Henry and 
Maria Parker (Perry) Shackford, married Josephine 
A. March, June 3, 1872. 

5140. Wm. Moore, b. 

5141. Chaunoy, b. 

5142. Marion, b. 

5143. Anna, b. 



414 CuTTS Genealogy. 

4S36 

Edward Porter Stacey, son of Moses P. and Joanna 
Augusta (Shackford) Stacey, married Mary Porter, 
May 1, 1875. 

5144. Maud Chauncy, b. Jan. 6, 1877. 

4397 

Albert Stacey married Andrena W. Harmon, Sept. 

20, 1888. 

5145. Eleanor Chauncy, b. Aug. 26, 1889. 

4333 

Holbrook Fitz John Porter, son of Gen. Fitz John 
Porter and Harriet P. (Cook) Porter, married Rosalie 
Smith, daughter of James and Ellen (Walton) Smith, 
Aug. 27, 1888. 

5146. Fitz John (2d), b. Sept. 23, 1889. 

4243 

John James Screven Smith, son of Thos. Jno. and 
Elizabeth A. (Barnett) Smith, married Eliza Margaret 
Spann, daughter of R. R. Spann, Aug. 23, 1854. 

5147. Alice Beatrice, b. Oct. 21, 1855 ; d. July 14, 

1856. 

5148. Thos. Harleston, b. Feb. 8, 1857. 

5149. Mary Elizabeth, b. Apr. 18, 1858. 

5150. Benj. Screven, b. July 12, 1859. 

4344 

Helen Mary Hart, daughter of Charles Thomas and 
Catherine (Dunham) Hart, married Wm. R. Gignilliat, 
son of Gilbert and Mary Gignilliat, Sept. 19, 1838. 

5151. Wm. Robt., b. June 21, 1839 ; m. Hattie Hey- 

wood, Aug. 13, 1860. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 415 

5152. Chas. Haet, b. Oct. 13, 1841; d. Jan. 14, 

1842. 

5153. Gilbert West, b. Nov. 15, 1842. 

5154. Thos. Hakt, b. Nov. 15, 1842; m. Ellen B. 

Mallard, July 15, 1863. 

4245 

Charles Berrien Jones, son of Joseph and Elizabeth 
S. L. (Hart) Jones, married Marion S. Anderson, 
daughter of Wm. and Mary Anderson. 

5155. Chas. Marion, b. 

5156. Mary Genevieve, b. 

5157. Wm., b. 

5158. Sarah, b. 

5159. Joseph Maxwell, b. 

4346 

Evelyn Eloisa Jones married Jos. A. Anderson. 

5160. Joseph (Jr.), b. 

5161. Eva Josephine, b. 

Jos. A. Anderson (Sr.) died Apr., 1866. 

4247 

Henry Hart Jones married Abbie S. Dowse, daugh- 
ter of Samuel Dowse, May 21, 1846. 

5162. Jos. Henry, b. Mar. 8, 1848; d. Sept. 30, 

1853. 

5163. Evelyn, b. Oct. 5, 1849 ; d. Oct. 5, 1849. 

5164. Ella Sturges, b. Mar. 22, 1850 ; d. Nov. 17, 

1854. 

5165. Jas. Newton, b. Jan. 10, 1856 ; d. Jan. 29, 

1859. 

5166. Eliza Law, b. May 2, 1858. 

5167. Stuart Dowse, b. Jan. 19, 1860. 



4i6 CuTTS Genealogy. 

5168. John Sturges, h. Dec. 24, 1861. 

5169. Abbie Augusta, b. Feb. 8, 1864. 

5170. Henry Hart, b. Dec. 4, 1865; d. June 17, 

1866. 

4S49 

Emma Adelaide Jones married Steplien M. Harris 
(M. D.), Aug., 1846. 

5171. Mary L., b. May 6, 1847. 

5172. Emma Adelaide, b. Oct. 1, 1849 ; d 

5173. Stephen Raymond, b. Feb. 14, 1851 ; m. Laura 

McGinnis. 

5174. Evelyn Elizabeth, b. Dec. 31, 1853. 
S. M. Harris (M. D.) died in 1854. 

Mrs. E. A. Harris married Columbus Harris. 

5175. Josephine Elizabeth, b. Feb. 19, 1861. 

5176. Wm. Joseph, b. Feb. 23, 1867 ; m. Nellie 

Brown. 

5177. Jas. Newton, b. Dec. 18, 1868; m. Mary 

Richardson. 

5178. Walter Starnes, b. Dec. 28, 1869 ; d. 

4384 

Chas. Odingsell Screven Mallard, son of Thos. S. and 
Ann E. (Screven) Mallard, married Mary Fleming, 
Dec. 22, 1863. 

5179. Ann Elizabeth Lena, b. Oct. 16, 1864. 
Mrs. M. F. Mallard died Dec. 29, 1873. 

Chas. O. S. Mallard married Minna C. Gignilliat, Oct., 
1875. 

5180. Chas. O. S., b. Nov. 6, 1882. 

5181. LiLA Gignilliat, b. Dec. 23, 1888. 



CuTTS Genealogy, 417 

Wm. Screven Mallard married Mary C. Barnard, 
Feb., 1865. 

5182. Annie Golphin, b. Feb. 16, 1866; m. A. S. 

Morrall, Nov., 1886. 

5183. Charles Barnard, b. Apr. 24, 1869. 

5184. Wilmington Norton, b. Oct. 15, 1871. 

5185. Augusta W., b. Mar. 16, 1864. 
Mrs. M. C. B. Mallard died Feb., 1881. 

W. S. Mallard married (2) Phoebe Morrall, July 6, 
1882. 

51S6. Florida Gadsden, b. Jan. 29, 1884. 

5187. Charlotte Morrall, b. Mar. 21, 1889. 

4S86 

Sarah Holmes Mallard married Jas. W. Fleming, 
Oct., 1868. 

5188. Helen Olive, b. July 5, 1869. 

5189. Annie Screven, b. Dec. 5, 1870. 

5190. Susan Wilson, b. Dec. 10, 1872. 

5191. Wm. James, b. Jan. 15, 1875. 

5192. RoBT. Mallard, b. Nov. 7, 1876. 

5193. Sarah Holmes, b. Aug., 1880. 

5194. Ellen Gignilliat, b. Dec. 15, 1882. 

5195. LuciLE Golphin, b. Mar., 1884. 

5196. Peter Winn, b. Jan., 1889. 

4292 

Chas. W. Screven, son of Benj. Smith and Ann R 
(Baker) Screven, married Mary A. Young, June 8, 
1887. 

5197. Mary Lois, b. July 15, 1888. 

53 



41 8 CuTTS Genealogy. 

4398 

John Murray, son of Samuel J. and Elizabeth V. 
(Bonneau) Murray, married Mary Spann, daughter of 
Col. J. S. Spann, Dec. 13, 1848. 

5198. Ella Ransom, b. Sept. 12, 1851 ; d. Aug. 9, 
1852. 

6199. John, b. Sept. 25, 1854. 

5200. IsABELLE NoBVELLE, b. Sept. 13, 1849. 

4399 

Wm. B. Murray married Caroline Middleton Good- 
wyn, daughter of Col. Robt. H. Goodwyn, Oct. 27, 
1846. 

5201. Elizabeth Vanderhokst, b. Sept. 22, 1847 ; d. 

Aug. 9, 1848. 

5202. Charlotte Thompson, b. Oct. 1, 1848. 

5203. Wm. Bowman, b. Dec. 8, 1849. 

5204. Samuel J., b. Jan. 17, 1851. 

5205. Elizabeth V., b. Sept. 26, 1852. 

5206. Carolyn Myddleton, b. 

5207. Emma Bradley, b. 

5208. Jas. Nelson, b. ; d. y. 

5209. Robert, b. 

5210. Goodwyn, b. 

5211. Mathew M., b. 

5212. Sarah M., b. 

5213. Jas. Nelson, b. 

4303 

Martha Screven Murray married Mathew Singleton 
Moore (M. D.), May 4, 1848. 

5214. Mathew, b. Mar. 3, 1849. 

5215. Elizabeth B., b. Jan. 23, 1851. 

5216. John Isham, b. Mar. 1, 1852. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 419 

5217. Sarah Richardson, b. Nov. 21, 1853. 

5218. Arthur Rose, b. Jan. 1, 1855. 

5219. Samuel Murray, b. June 8, 1856. 

5220. Martha, b. July 17, 1859. 

5221. Screven, b. July 17, 1859. 

5222. Mary Cornelia, b. Oct. 13, 1860; d. Mar. 6, 

1865. 

5223. BuRCHELL Richardson, b. Sept. 5, 1863. 

5224. Maodonald, b. Dec. 26, 1866. 

4301 

Ellen Cox Murray married Isaac S. K. Bennett. 

5225. Samuel, b. 

5226. Murray, b. 

5227. Henry, b. 

5228. Marion, b. 

5229. Isaac S. K, b. 

5230. J. C. Faber, b. 

5231. Wm. Bowman, b. 

5232. Thomas, b. 

5233. Edward, b. 

4307 

Elizabeth Nelson Murray married Samuel J. Bradley. 

5234. John, b. 

5235. Gordon Murray, b. 

5236. Mary Murray, b. 

5237. Samuel, b. 

5238. Henry Hughes, b. 

5239. Edward Lang, b. ; m. Sarah (Guerry) 

Carson, s. p. 

4308 

Geo. M. Murray married Martha Pinckney. 
6240. Hopson, b. 



420 CuTTs Genealogy. 

4310 

Wm. Screven Frierson (M. D.), son of Geo. Philips 
Frierson (M. D.) and Mary A. (Screven) Frierson, 
married Flora Mclvor, Feb. 5, 1859. 

5241. Mary Screven, b. Sept. 12, 1865. 

5242. George Williams, b. Mar. 11, 1868. 

5243. Kate Wilds, b. Sept. 28, 1873. 

4317 

Thos. Clarence Frierson, son of Geo. P. Frierson (M- 
D.) and Martha E. (Screven) Frierson, married Ida 
Mclvor, Dec. 18, 1877. 

5244. Martha Screven, b. May 26, 1880. 

5245. GuLiELMA Ellen, b. Apr. 13, 1883. 

4339 

Philip Bernard Frierson married Caroline Butler 
Williamson, daughter of Col. Geo. McWillie William- 
son and Evelyn* A. I. (Butler) Williamson, Oct. 12, 
1887. 

5246. Mary Leigh, b. ; d. y. 

5247. Annie Leigh, b. June 12, 1891. 

4323 

Lorraine Screven Frierson married Sarah Harwell, 
daughter of Edward and Elizabeth (Witherspoon) 
Harwell, Nov., 1890. 

5248. Bessie, b. ; Frierson's Mill, La. 

4335 

Fringillia Althea Lee, daughter of Francis A. Lee 
(M. D.) and Margaret J. (Screven) Lee, married Julius 
A. Smith, June 29, 1859. 

5249. Margaret Screven, b. June 19, 1860; d. 

June 11, 1861. 

* Mrs. Williamson was a direct descendant of Martha Washington. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 421 

5250. Marion Screven, b. Feb. 27, 1862 ; m. Laura 

Wilson, Jan. 20, 1888. 

5251. Horace Waring, b. June 21, 1864 ; d. Jan. 

4, 1882. 

5252. Francis Lee, b. July 12, 1866; d. July 3, 

1867. 

5253. Julius A., b. Apr. 16, 1868; d. June 8, 1870. 

5254. Jas. Martin, b. Feb. 28, 1871. 

5255. Geo. Archer, b. Apr. 8, 1873. 

5256. Julius A., b. Sept. 1, 1874. 

5257. Audubon Lee, b. Feb. 24, 1877. 

5258. Fringilla Althea, b. Mar. 31, 1879; d. Apr. 

5, 1879. 

5259. Fringilla Lee, b. Apr. 6, 1880. 

4337 

Julia E. P. Lee married Frank Calhoun, Dec. 24, 

1879. 

5260. Maetha Eleanor, b. Jan. 14, 1881. 

5261. Frank, b. Aug. 21, 1882. 

5262. Andrew, b. Nov. 5, 1883. 

5263. Pauline, b. June 28, 1885. 

5264. G-Eo. Hearst, b. Jan. 26, 1887. 

4339 

Burwell Boykin Lee married Alice Tucker Jan. 16, 
1883. 

5265. Margaret Screven, b. Nov. 1, 1888. 

4333 

Sarah Screven Cox, daughter of Jos. H. and Mar- 
garet (Lenoir) Cox, married Aug. Ives Pearce, Jan. 15, 
1861. 

5266. Augustus Cox, b. Aug. 21, 1862. 



422 CuTTS Genealogy. 

5267. Margaret Elizabeth, b. Sept. 16, 1864. 

5268. John Bryan, b. Nov. 7, 1866 ; d. Nov. 19. 

1866. 

4346 

John Screven Bond, son of Samuel M. and Amelia 
S. (Screven) Bond, married Louisa Randolph, 1848. 

5269. Jessie K, b. 

5270. Maria, b. ; m. Alonzo C. Groom. 

5271. Sallie, b. ; m. Geo. Schley, 1878; d. Jan. 

14, 1883. 

5272. Nannie, b. 

5273. John Screven (Jr.), b. 

5274. Louisa, b. 

Mrs. Louisa R Bond died Sept., 1865. 

John S. Bond married Eleanor Smith in 1866. 

4348 

Emily Screven Bond married Rev. Thompson L. 
Smith. 

5275. Chas. Bond, b. 

5276. Sallle Bond, b. 

5277. Emily Screven, b. 

5278. Screven, b. 

5279. Lulu A., b. ; m. Wm. A.HajAvood, 1888. 

5280. Adelia Marshall, b. 

4349 

Joseph Bryan Bond man-ied Mary Wragg, daugbter 
of John A. Wragg (M. D.), Mar. 23, 1859. 

5281. Andrew McDowell, b. 

5282. John A. Wragg, b. 

5283. Samuel Miller, b. 

5284. Joseph Jion, b. 

5285. Sallie, b. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 423 

5286. James Sullivan, b. 

5287. Mary Emily, b. 

5288. Elizabeth Le Hardy, b. 

5289. Ann Miller, b. . 

5290. Thomas Screven, b. 

4351 

John Screven, son of James Proctor and Hannah. G. 
(Bryan) Screven, married Mary White Footman, May 
1, 1849. 

5291. Georgia Bryan, b. May 1, 1850. 

5292. John Kichard, b. Nov. 22, ]b51; d. Dec, 

1851. 

5293. Elizabeth Woodbridge, b. Nov. 1, 1852 ; m. 

Thos. C. Arnold, Dec. 1, 1870. 

5294. Jas. Proctor, b. Oct. 7, 1854 ; d. Sept. 24, 

1876. 

5295. Mary White, b. June 1, 1856 ; d. Sept. 23, 

1863. 

5296. Thomas, b. June 20, 1857. 

5297. Jon. Bryan, b. May 4, 1859; d. Aug. 24, 

1860. 

5298. Ada, b. July 1, 1861; d. July 26, 1862. 
Mrs. M. W. F. Screven died July 7, 1863. 

John Screven married Mary Eleanor (Nesbit) 
Browne, Dec. 2, 1865. 

5299. LiLA McIntosh, b. Sept. 23, 1866 ; m. S. C. 

Atkinson, Nov. 10, 1886. 

5300. Martha Berrien, b. June 22, 1872. 

4354 

Sarah Ada Screven married Rev. Dr. Matthew H. 
Henderson, Jan. 30, 1862. 

5301. James, b. Dec. 24, 1862. 



424 CuTTS Genealogy. 

5302. Ada, b. Feb. 11, 1864; m. H'y Hawley 

Foote, Oct. 12, 1886. 

5303. Marion Henry, b. July 20, 1865. 

5304. Maud Bryan, b. Jime 11, 1868. 

5305. Sarah Emma Elisb, b. Dec. 29, 1872 ; d. Jan. 

10, 1877. 
Rev. Dr. M. H. Henderson died Dec. 2, 1872 ; 
Athens, Georgia. 

4355 

Thos. Forman Screven married Adelaide V. D. 
Moore, Nov. 26, 1860, daughter of Dr. R. D. and E. 
S. Moore. 

5306. Richard Moore, b. Oct. 11, 1861. 

5307. John, b. Sept. 16, 1863. 

Mrs. A. V. D. M. Screven died Feb. 9, 1865, ^. 30. 

T. F. Screven married Oct. 30, 1866, Sallie Lloyd 
Buchanan, daughter of Admiral Franklin and A. 0. 
Buchanan. 

4357 

Geo. Proctor Screven married Ella Buchanan, daugh- 
ter of Admiral F. and A. C. Buchanan, June 5, 1861. 

5308. Frank Buchanan, b. Mar. 11, 1862. 

5309. Mary, b. Feb. 13, 1864 ; d. Mar. 9, 1869. 

5310. Murray Lloyd, b. Dec. 7, 1865. 

5311. Geo., b. Jan. 12, 1869. 

5312. Ellen, b. Oct. 23, 1871. 

5313. Nannie Lloyd, b. May 19, 1877. 

4358 

Benj. R. Daniell, son of Wm. C. (M. D.) and Martha 
(Screven) Daniell, married Eleanor Dockerey, 1862. 

5314. Julia Marion, b. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 425 

4360 

Tatnall Fanche Daniell married Susan Ann Foot- 
man, 1850. 

5315. Maktha, b. ; d. July 1, 1859. 

5316. Elizabeth Coffee, b. 

5317. Isabella, b. 

5318. Nannie, b. 

5319. Thomas, b. 

5320. Edward, b. 

5321. Willie Marion, b. ; m. Eldridge Simkins. 

4366 

Chas. Daniell married Elizabeth P. Richardson, 1865. 
He died in March, 1872, leaving no children. 

Mrs. E. P. R. Daniell married J. C. Le Hardy (M. 
D.), 1874, and died Jan. 12, 1889, leaving no children. 

4367 

Sarah E. Daniell married J. C. Le Hardy (M. D.), 

Nov. 27, 1863. 

5322. Louis Marcel, b. Apr. 8, 1864. 

5323. Eugenie E. M., b. Nov. 19, 1865; ra. T. L. 

Wylly, Dec. 29, 1888. 

5324. Marion Celine, b. June 27, 1867; d. May 1, 

1869. 

5325. Chas. Adolph, b. Dec. 6, 1868. 

5326. Julius C^sar, b. Jan. 14, 1871. 

5327. Wm. Coffee Daniel, b. June 14, 1872; d. 

May 27, 1873. 

5328. John Screven, b. June 28, 1873; d. June 29, 

1873. 
54 



426 CuTTS Genealogy. 

4379 

Louisa Guerard, daughter of Jacob De Veaux Guer- 
ard (M. D.) and Alice (Screven) Guerard, married 
Robert Chisolm. 

5H29. Robert, b. ; m. Margaret Launers. 

5330. Alexander, b. 

5331. G. Heyward, b. 

5332. Alice, b. ; m. Dr. Prioleau. 

5333. Louisa, b. ; m. Marion Heyward. 

5334. Maxwell, b. ; m. Annabel Allen. 

5335. Frederick, b. 

5336. Guy, b. 

4380 

E. Martha Guerard married Geo. C. Heyward, 1842. 

5337. L Guerard, b. ; m. Pauline de Carideau ; 

d. March 5, 1888. 

5338. Jas. C, b. ; m. Sarah C. Taylor. 

5339. Geo. C, b. ; m. M. E. Doar."^ 

5340. RoBT. C, b. ; m. Elizabeth Stoney. 

5341. T. Daniell, b. ; m. Salina Johnstone. 

5342. Alice, b. ; m. 

5343. Marion, b. ; m. Louisa Chisolm. 

5344. T. Savage, b. : m. Mary Seabrook. 

5345. Elizabeth, b. ; m. E. B. Walker. 

5346. Caroline, b. ; m. W. L. Gignilliat. 

5347. John, b. 

5348. Nathaniel, b. 

Geo. C. Heyward died Mar. 1, d867. 

4381 

Alice Guerard married Rev. Geo. Allen. 

5349. Geo., b. ; m. Isabella Law. 

5350. Alice, b. ; m. I. S. Baynard. 

5351. Tallulah, b. ; m. W. E. Stoney. 



CuTTs Genealogy. 427 

5352. Lucia, b. ; m. W. K. Partridge. 

5353. I. GuERAKD, b. 

5354. Frank, b. ; d. July 6, 1887. 

5355. Gaston, b. ; m. 

5356. Annabel, b. ; m. Maxwell Cbisolm. 

5357. Sarah, b. ; m. Tracy Hunter. 

4386 

Catherine Blake Guerard married Christopher Gads- 
den. 

5358. Alice, b. ; m. Paul Lynch. 
C. Gadsden died. 

Mrs. C. B. G. Gadsden married Elliott Guerard. 

4387 

Anna Richardson Guerard married N. S. Crowell (M. 
D.), U. S. A., who died. 

Mrs. A. R G. Crowell married J. D. Robinson. 

5359. Alice Douglass, b. ; m. Chas. Parsons. 

5360. Agnes, b. 

5361. Wm. Douglass, b. ; m. Rosa Bull. 

5362. Douglass, b. 

5363. Marie, b. 

5364. Charles, b. 

4393 

Alice Fraser, daughter of Frederick E. and Isabel 
(Screven) Fraser, married Wm. Johnstone. 

5365. Isabel, b. 

5366. Salina, b. ; m. T. D. Hey ward (see 5344). 

5367. Mary, b. 

5368. Lilly, b. ; m. Mr. Hazzard. 

5369. Wm., b. 

5370. Andrew, b. 

5371. Frederick, b. ; m. Gertrude Hardee. 



428 CuTTS Genealogy. 



4S97 



Sarah Screven, daughter of N. B. and (Ed- 
wards) Screven, mariied James Edwards. 

5372. Elizabeth, b. ; m. M, Hazell. 

5373. Sallie, b. 



5374. James, b. 



4»98 



Jane Screven married Edward Du Bose. 

5375. Edwin, b. ; rn. Lillie Luhr. 

5376. Jane, b. ; m. Edwun Heyward. 

4399 

Alice Screven married Rev. R. R. Johnson. 

5377. Catharine, b. ; m. Ralph Carson. 

4401 

Septima L. Screven married Rev. Thos. B. Clarkson. 

5378. Sarah, b. 

5379. Merwin, b. 

5380. Richard, b. 

5381. Chas. de Saussure, b. 

5382. Julia la Roche, b. 

Rev. T. B. Clarkson died Mar., 1890. 

4406 

Alexander R. Chisolm, son of Edward N. (M. D.) 
and Mary E. (Hazzard) Chisholm, mamed Helen 
Margaret Schieffelin, daughter of Richard Lawrence 
Schieilelin. 

5383. Richard Schieffelin, b. Sept. 4, 1876. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 429 

4417 

Catherine Van Rensselaer Screven, daughter of Col. 
John H. and Ellen (Wilkins) Screven, married Robert 
J. Turnbull, 1875. 

5384. RoBT. J. (Jr.), b. 

5385. Louis G., b. 

5386. Ellen Wilkins, b. 

5387. Ethel, b. 

5388. John Screven, b. 

5389. Gouverneur Morris Wilkins^ b. 

4419 

Mary Hyrne Screven married Cyril Earle Johnston. 

5390. Mary Vira, b. 

4435 

Bayfield Waller Whilden, son of Joseph and Eliza- 
beth (Gilbert) Whilden, married Kliza Jane Martin. 

5391. Priscilla J., b. Nov. 12, 1844; m. Rev. W. 

B. Williams. 

5392. Frances Louisa, b. June 2, 1846 (Missionary 

to China). 

5393. De Leon, b. Oct. 6, 1847 ; Lost on steamer 

Rebecca Clyde. 

Mrs. E. J. M. Whilden, missionary with her husband 
to China, died Feb. 26, 1850, a^ed 29. 

B. W. Whilden married Mary H. Bonnette of 
Orangeburg, S. C. 

5394. Parker, b. ; d. 

5395. Anna A., b. ; d. 

5396. Edwin, b. ; d. 

5397. JuDSON, b. ; d. 

5398. Susan Gertrude, b. Oct. 10, 1858. 



430 CuTTS Genealogy. 

4436 

Joseph Whilden (Jr.) married Mary R. Ricliards of 
Connecticut. 

5399. Jos. Gilbert, b. 1856. 

5400. Cha8. Edmonstone, b. 1863. 

5401. Herbert Boykin, b. 1866. 

4439 

Richard Furman Whilden married Mrs. Martha (Gib- 
son) Weaver, Sept. 1, 1864. 

5402. Screven Hart, b. July 26, 1865. 

5403. Chas. Edmondston, b. Nov. 15, 1866. 

5404. Richard Furman (Jr.), b. Mar. 2, 1869. 

5405. Edeva King, b. Apr. 26, 1871. 

5406. Gilbert de St. Julien, b. Apr. 16, 1874. 

5407. JosEPHUS DE Leon, b. Apr. 16, 1874. 

4440 

Wm. Gilbert Whilden married Ellen Amelia Taylor, 
youngest daughter of Rev. Jas. and Elizabeth Taylor, 
Dec. 25. 1850. 

5408. Julia, b. Nov. 19, 1852; m. Alex R. Mclver. 

5409. Mary Ella, b. Sept. 5, 1855; m. Chas. G. 

Hard. 

5410. Sophia Dwight, b. Oct. 11, 1858. 

5411. Lizzie Gilbert, b. Sept. 25, 1861; d. 

5412. Wm. Gilbert (Jr.), b. May 2, 1868. 

5413. Percy Taylor, b. Sept. 14, 1871. 
Mrs. E. A. T. Whilden died June 17, 1884. 

W. G. Whilden (Sr.) married Emma Julia Smith, 
widow of Belton Oscar Mauldin, and daughter of Thos. 
P. and Elizabeth T. (Townsend) Smith. 

(See " DeBcendants of John Dwight, etc.") 



CuTTS Genealogy. 431 

4444 

Rebecca Ann Hart Gilbert, daughter of Jos. Ruberry 
Gilbert, married J. A. David. 

5414. Edwaed, b. Apr. 14, 1841. 

5415. Jas. B., b. Aug. l(i, 1842 ; killed in battle, 

July 22, 1864. 

5416. Chas. a., b. Feb. 13, 1853; m. Eva Lester, 

1876. 

5417. Ella, b. May 15, 1854; d. Jan. 26, 1864. 

4466 

William G. Jeffords, son of Jno. H. and Mary (Hum- 
bert) Jeffords married Annie M. King, 1857. 

5418. Eliza Annie, b. 1852; d. unm. 

5419. VicTOETA, b. 1853; m. B. N. Tucker, July 9, 

1885. 

5420. RoBEET A., b. 1855 ; d. unm. 

5421. Alice Amelia, b. 1857; m. Paul H. Sea- 

brook, 1877. 
Mrs. A. M. K. Jeffords d. 1862. 
Wm. G. Jeffords m. (2) Elizabeth King, 1863, sister 
of his 1st wife. 

5422. Wm. G. (.Jr.), b. 1866. 

5423. Aethue Ieving, b. 1869. 

5424. Eliza Annie, b. 1873. 

5425. Eenest Haet, b. 1875. 

4467 

Susan Jeffords married L. W. Caldwell, of Warren- 
ton, Va., 1851. 

5426. Wm., b. Jan. 10, 1855. 

5427. Feank H., b. May 24, 1857. 

5428. Jessie, b. Sept. 2, 1859. 

5429. Lucy Lee, b. Oct. 1, 1861. 



432 CuTTs Genealogy. 

5430. Charles, b. Mar. 19, 1866. 

5431. Harrie, b. Sept. 6, 1868. 

4469 

Cecile Moore, daughter of Stephen West Moore, 
married Kinsey B. King, Nov. 26, 1868. 

5432. Kinsey Bender (Jr.), b. 

5433. Stephen Westmore, b. 

5434. Ella Screven, b. ; d. y. 

5435. Preston Moore, b. 

5436. Ernest Walker, b. 1878 ; d. y. 

4477 

Ellen Julia Westcott, daughter of Wm. and Susan 
Pierson (Moore) Westcott, married Wm. C. Meggett. 

5437. Mary Susan, b. 

5438. Anna Marron, b. 

4478 

Susan Moore Westcott marrried Mr. Clement. 

5439. , b. 

5440. Wm. Preston, b. 

4479 

Mary Augusta Westcott, daughter of Wm. and Ellen 
S. G. (Moore) Westcott, married James Meggett. 

5441. Lucille Moore, b. 

5442. Susan Clement, b. 

5443. Wm. Westcott, b. 

5444. Jas. C. b. 

4500 

Anna Cabot Lowell, daughter of Chas. Kussell Low- 
ell and Anna C. (Jackson) Lowell, married Henry E. 
Woodbury, April 6, 1868, s. p. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 433 

4501 

Chas. Russell Lowell (Jr.) married Josephine Shaw, 
daughter of Francis George and Sarah Blake (Sturgis) 
Shaw, Oct. 31, 1863. 

5445. Carlotta Russell, b. Nov. 30, 1864. 

4503 

Harriet Lowell married George Putnam, June 9, 
1860. 

5446. Wm. Lowell, b. Nov. 22, 1861; m. Eliz. 

Lowell. 

5447. Chas. Russell, b July 17, 1869. 

5448. Jas. Lowell, b. Feb. 20, 1872. 

5449. Elizabeth, b. Nov. 25, 1873. 

5450. Josephine, b. Dec. 5, 1877. 

4513 

Charles Lowell, son of Rev. Robert T. S. and Mary A. 
(Duane) Lowell, married Beatrice K. Hardcastle, Nov. 
12, 1885. 

5451. Mary Beatrice, b. Dec. 9, 1888. 

5452. Alfred Putnam, b. Mar. 15, 1890. 

4514 

Robert T. S. Lowell (Jr.) married Kate Bailey Myers. 

5453. RoBT. Traill Spence, b. July 15, 1887. 

4516 

Mabel Lowell, daughter of James Russell Lowell 
and Maria (White) Lowell, married Edward Burnett, 
1872. 

5454. Jas. Russell Lowell, b. Feb. 4, 1873.* 

5455. Joseph, b. Dec. 28, 1874. 

* James R. L. Burnett has changed his name to Jas. Burnett Lowell. 
56 



434 CuTTS Genealogy. 

5456. Feancis Lowell, b. Jan. 31, 1878. 

5457. Esther Lowell, b. Mar. 7, 1879. 

5458. Lois, b. May 26, 1881. 

45S3 

Roberta Traill McGill, daughter of Oliver P. McGill 
and Mary C. (Carroll) McGill, married George Henry 
Howard, Dec. 17, 1874. 

5459. Maey Clare Carroll, b. Oct. 16, 1875. 

5460. Koberta Traill Brooke, b. Aug. 22, 1876. 

5461. George Henry (Jr.), b. July 10, 1877. 

5462. Mabel Cecile Hornby, b. Dec. 22, 1878. 

5463. Chas. McGill, b. Mar. 20, 1881. 

5464. LiLLiE McGill, b. Nov. 22, 1882. 

45S5 

Olivia Patricia McGill married Talbot J. Albert, Oct. 
28, 1884. 

5465. Emily, b. Dec. 13, 1885. 

5466. Mary Clare Carroll, b. Nov. 25, 1886. 

5467. Talbot Jones, b. July 22, 1888. 

4533 

Fanny Curtis Pickering, daughter of Com. Chas. 
Wm. W. and Mary P. (Stearns) Pickering, married A. 
C. Heifenger (M.D.), July 11, 1878. 

5468. Mary Stearns, b. May 4, 1879. 

5469. Katherine, b. July 23, 1884. 

5470. Constance, b. Jan. 30, 1886. 

5471. KosAMOND, b. Jan. 8, 1889. 

4537 

Chas. Ashton Place (M. D.), son of Geo. H. and 
Maria L. S. (Pickering) Place, married Mary Howland 
Place (his cousin), Nov. 10, 1881. 

5472. Fred'k Bartlett, b. Nov. 16, 1882. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 435 

4551 

John Erving, son of John and Emily S. (Elwyn) 
Erving, married Cornelia Van Rensselaer, daughter of 
Wm. P. Van Rensselaer, April 22, 1862. 

5473. Susan Van Rensselaer, b. May 11, 1863. 

5474. Cornelia, b. April, 1865. 

5475. Jno. Langdon, b. July 31, 1866. 

5476. Emily Katherine V. R., b. 

5477. Sarah Elizabeth, b. 

5478. Elinor Cecelia, b. 

5479. Wm. Van Rensselaer, b. 

5480. Francis Shirley, b. ; d. y. 

5481. Shirley Van Rensselaer, b. 

4553 

Langdon Erving married Sophia C. Pennington, 
Dec. 18, 1860. 

5482. Emily Langdon, b. Sept. 27, 1861 ; m. Valen- 

tine Mott (M. D.), Apr. 21, 189>. 

4553 

Elwyn Erving married Lydia Hollingsworth Adams, 
Apr., 1860. 

5483. Lydia H., b. June 19, 1864 ; m. Geo. Chester. 
Mrs. L. H. A. Erving died May 10, 1865. 

4554 

Rev. Alfred Langdon Elwyn, son of AKred Wm. 
Langdon Elwyn and Mary M. (Mease) Elwyn, married 
Helen Maria Dyer, Apr. 13, 1864. 

5484. Frances Cadwalader, b. Mar. 6, 1865 ; ra. 

Gordon Wendell, Apr. 20, 1887. 

5485. Helen, b. Aug 2, 1866. 

5486. Thos. Langdon, b. Apr. 24, 1868. 



436 CuTTs Genealogy. 

5487. Emily Mease, b. Sept. 22, 1869. 

5488. Elizabeth Langdon, b. Aug. 1, 1871. 

4555 

Mary Middleton Elwyn married S. Weir Mitchell 
(M. D.), Sept. 30, 1858. 

5489. John Kearsley, b. July 13, 1859. 

5490. Alfred Langdon Elwyn, b. Feb. 17, 1862. 

4556 

Wm. Fowle Ladd, son of Chas. H. and Susan Low- 
ell (Fowle) Ladd, married Carolyn Willis, June 12, 
1877. 

5491. Chas. Haven, b. Dec. 2, 1878. 

5492. Margaret Sealey, b. Feb. 2, 1881. 

5493. Carolyn Willis, b. Apr. 19, 1884. 

5494. Wm. Fowle, b. Sept. 15, 1885. 

5495. Fred'k Chester, b. July 15, 1890. 

4557 

Esther Dashiell Ladd married Wm. Waring John- 
ston (M. D.), April 11, 1871. 

5496. Mary Bellamy, b. May 9, 1872. 

5497. Susan Ladd, b. July 21, 1874. 

5498. Wm. Bernard, b. Mar. 5, 1876. 

5499. Chas. Haven Ladd, b. July 17, 1878. 

5500. Marion Houston, b. June 12, 1880. 

456S 

Grace Darling Coues, daughter of Samuel Elliott 
Coues and Charlotte Anne (Ladd) Cours, married 
Charles Albert Page, U. S. Consul to Zurich, Oct. 4, 
1867. 

5501. Louis Coues, b. Jan. 13, 1869. 

5502. Chas. Fellows, b. Jan. 6, 1870. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 437 

5503. Chaelotte Ladd, b. Dec. 31, 1870. 

5504. George, b. May 29, 1872. 

Chas. A. Page died in Loudon, Eng., May 26, 1873. 

Mrs. G. D. C. Page married Dana Estes, Nov. 10, 
1884. 

4563 

Mary Tufton Haven Ladd, daughter of Alex. H. and 
Elizabeth W. J. Ladd, married Lieut. Com. C. F. Blake, 
U. S. N., Mar. 12, 1868. 

5505. Edith Tufton, b. Dec. 31, 1868. 

5506. Chas. Chandler, b. Oct. 31, 1872. 

5507. Eleanor, b. Feb. 26, 1875. 
6508. Agnes, b. Feb. 12, 1878. 
Lieut. Com. Blake died Feb. 12, 1879. 

4564 

Ann Parry Ladd married John Langdon Ward, Oct. 
25, 1871. 

5509. Alex. Ladd, b. Jan. 21, 1874. 

5510. Miles, b. Jan. 3, 1878; d. Feb. 12, 1881. 

5511. Ethel, b. Dec. 12, 1880. 

4565 

Elizabeth Hamilton Ladd married Chas. E. Went- 

worth, Sept. 30, 1869. 

5512. Alice, b. Oct. 1, 1870; d. Mar., 1873. 

5513. Strafford, b. Aug. 5, 1872. 

5514. Elizabeth, b. Dec. 16, 1875. 

4566 

Wm. Jones Ladd married Anna Russell Watson, 
June 21, 1869. 

o515. Adelaide, b. Sept. 23, 1870. 

5516. RoBT. Watson, b. Nov. 26, 1871. 

5517. Alex. Haven, b. July 28, 1874. 



438 CuTTS Genealogy. 

5518. Anna Watson, b. Nov. 11, 1876. 

5519. Eleanor Hathaway, b. Oct. 29, 1878. 

5520. Wm. Edwards, b. Sept. 8, 1880. 

5521. Marion, b. 1885. 

4567 

Maria Haven Ladd married Manning Emery, Aug. 3, 

1875. 

5522. Elizabeth, b. June 7, 1876. 

5523. Manning, b. Aug. 5, 1878. 

5524. Ruth, b. June 7, 1880. 

4578 

Ella Bruce Hill, daughter of Wm. Hill and Miriam 
(Leighton) Hill, married Homer H. Hobbs, Nov. 29. 
1877. 

5525. Grace, b. Dec. 2, 1878. 

5526. Miriam, b. May 3, 1884. 

4579 

John Fremont Hill married Lizzie Gr. Vickerey, 
daughter of Hon. P. O. Vickerey, May 19, 1880. 

5527. Percy, b. Mar. 16, 1881. 

4659 

Henry Morrill Wise, son of John Paul and Mary N. 
(Crockett) Wise, married Florence Bills, Dec. 21, 
1871. 

5528. Harry Berry, b. May 25, 1878; d. Mar. 2, 

1885. 

4661 
Mary Catherine Libby, daughter of Jas. Brackettand 
Hannah C. (Morrill) Libby, married Clarence Hamil- 
ton Corning, June 5, 1866. 

5529. Howard, b. June 28, 1867. 
C. H. Corning died July 12, 1879. 



CuTTs Genealogy. 439 

466S 

Augustus Frost Libby married Harriet M. Robbins, 
daughter of Augustus C. and Maria T. Curtis Robbius, 
Dec. 18, 1866. 

5530. CrERTRUDE MoRRiLL, h. Nov. 3, 1868; d. Apr. 

10, 1872. 

5531. Jas. Robbins, b. Apr. 1, 1870 ; d. Apr. 14, 

1872. 

5532. Walter Gillette, b. Mar. 26, 1874. 

5533. Marcia Curtis, b. Feb. 26, 1878. 

4663 

Chas. Freeman Libby married Alice Williams Brad- 
bury, daughter of Hon. Bion and Alice H. (Williams) 
Bradbury, Dec. 9, 1869. 

5534. Alice Granger, b. July 9, 1871 ; d. Aug. 17, 

1877. 

4665 

Pierrepont Wise, son of Wm. Gray and Annie H. 
(Pierrepont) Wise, married Caroline E. Fitch, a daugh- 
ter of Leonard M. and Louisa (Ball) Fitch, Oct. 26, 
1875. 

5535. Wm. Pierrepont, b. Mar. 24, 1878. 

5536. Marguerite Louise, b. Nov. 4, 1881. 

4679 

Julia Stickney Haas, daughter of Isaac and Mary E. 
(Reed) Haas, married Joseph F. Titus, Jan. 31, 1887. 

5537. Charlotte Reed, b. May 11, 1889. 



440 CuTTS Genealogy. 

4751 

Henry Westbrooke Bradbury, son of Jas. Ware and 
Eliza A. (Smith) Bradbury, married Louisa H. 
Gregorie. 

5538. Eliza Louisa, b. May 25, 1880. 

5539. Alice Hayward, b. Dec. 16, 1883 ; d. Apr. 

2, 1885. 

4808 

Chas. Edward Parker, son of Chas. Hamilton and 
Catherine S. (Francis) Parker, married Mary Phillips. 

5540. Chas. Hamilton, b. 

5541. Jas. ^Phillips, b. 

5542. Alice Elizabeth, b. 

5543. Wm. Stanley, b. 

4811 

Wm. Lincoln^ Parker married Elizabeth Frothing- 
ham. 

5544. CuRTiss, b. 

4814 

Agnes Quincy Andrews, daughter of Samuel and 
Sarah Ann (Parker) Andrews, married Malcolm Mc- 
Loud, Dec. 8, 1881. 

5545. Anson, b. Nov. 6, 1888. 

4822 

Rebecca S. Palfrey, daughter of Rev. Cazneau and 
Ann P. (Crosby) Palfrey, married D. N. Utter, Sept. 
16, 1872. 

5546. Margaret, b. Aug. 9, 1873. 

5547. Robert Palfrey, b. Nov. 23, 1875. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 441 

4855 

Jno. Pyne March, son of Chas. March, married Mary 
L. Lowndes, Jan. 31, 1855. 

5548. Chakles, b. Sept. 23, 1856. 

5549. Clement, b. Nov. 21, 1862. 

4856 

Martha Harris Appleton, daughter of Edward and 
Frances A. (Atkinson) Appleton, married Henry M. 
Brown, May 19, 1875. 

5550. Edward Appleton, b. Aug. 22, 1876. 

4859 

Ann Louisa Appleton married Frank M. Smith, Oct. 
24, 1871. 

5551. Alice Appleton, b. Oct. 18, 1872; d. July 9, 

1878. 

5552. Frances Marshall, b. Nov. 3, 1874. 

4861 

Francis Edward Appleton married Sarah L. Stood- 
ley,Dec. 15, 1880. 

5553. A Son, b. Feb. 14, 1885 ; d. Mar., 1885. 

4863 

Theodore Atkinson (Jr.), son of Theodore and Martha 
P. H. (Palmer) Atkinson, married Emma C. Smith, 
Jan. 21, 1872. 

5554. Edward Augustus, b. Oct. 25, 1873. 

5555. Nellie Martha, b. July 2, 1875. 

4898 
Arthur Gordon Webster, son of Wm. Edward and 
Mary Shannon (Davis) Webster, married Elizabeth M. 
Townsend, Oct. 8, 1889. 

5556. Harriet Eleanor Munroe, b. Auff. 22, 1890. 

06 



442 CuTTs Genealogy. 

4905 

Mabelle Shannon, daughter of Charles Way and 
Mary E. (Lapham) Shannon, married Edward Burleigh 
Wolston, Sept. 27, 1887. 

5557. Edward Shannon, b. June 9, 1888. 

5558. Mary Shannon, b. Feb. 7, 1890. 

4948 

Wm. Baker, son of Elias and Helen Eliza (Nor- 
wood) Baker, married Mabel A. Simpson, 1885. 

5559. Leonora Norwood, b. Aug. 2, 1885. 

5035 

Edward Watts Morton (M. D.) married Olive Lord, 
daughter of Capt. Ivory Lord, Jan. 1, 1851. 

5560. Annie Anderson, b. Oct. 5, 1851 ; d. Aug. 

14, 1854. 

5561. Louisa D., b. Mar. 24, 1855 ; m. F. M. Ross 

(M. D.), May 20, 1880. 

5562. Lizzie Augusta, b. July 26, 1859 ; d. Aug. 

24, 1859. 
Mrs. O. L. Morton died Aug. 29, 1884. 
E. W. Morton (M. D.) married Luella F. Jordan, 
May 17, 1886. 

5563. Edward Watts (Jr.), b. Mar. 7, 1887. 

5564. Henry Jordan, b. Dec. 26, 1889. 

5033 

John Lowell, son of Hon. John and Lucy B. (Emer- 
son) Lowell, married Mary Emlen Hale, Oct. 24, 1883. 

5565. Mary E., b. July 31, 1884. 

5566. John, b. Mar. 21, 1887. 

5567. Wm. Emlen, b. Dec. 25, 1888 ; d. July 28, 1889. 

5568. Ralph, b. July 23, 1890. 

5569. Ja&. Hale, b.May 3, 1892. 



CuTTs Genealogy. 443 

5037 

Susan Cabot Lowell, daughter of Hon. John and 
Lucy B. (Emerson) Lowell, married Wm. Henry 
Aspinwall, June 4, 1889. 

5570. George Lowell, b. Oct. 9, 1891. 

5080 

Julie Judd, daughter of Chas. H. and Emily C. (Cutts) 
Judd, married Francis Swanzy. 

5571. Geraldine Frances, b. 

5572. Nora Hastings, b. 

5081 

Helen Judd, married Arthur C. Farley. 

5573. Ruth, b. 

5574. Emily, b. 

5157 

Wm. Robert Gignilliat (Jr.) married Hattie Hey- 
wood, daughter of Thos. J. and Margaret H. Heywood. 

5575. Wm. Le Surrier, b. Apr. 21, 1861. 

5576. Thos. Heywood, b. Feb. 10, 1863. 

5577. Helen Mary Hart, b. June 23, 1864. 

5578. Arthur, b. 

5579. Lee, b. 

5580. Robert, b. 

5581. R A venal, b. 

5160 

Thos. Hart Gignilliat married Ellen Barbara Mallard, 
July 15, 1863. 

5582. Annie Barbara, b. Sept. 5, 1870. 

5583. Mary McDonald, b. Oct. 15, 1872. 

5584. Helen Mary Hart, b. Sept. 10, 1875. 

5585. Wm. Robert, b. Jan. 28, 1884. 



444 CuTTs Genealogy. 

5179 

Stephen Raymond Harris married Laura McGinnis. 

5586. Mary Adelaide, b. 

5587. Stephen Raymond, b. 

5588. Evelyn Elizabeth, b. 

5589. Margaret Louisa, b. 

5590. Walton Staenes, b. 

5183 

Wm. Joseph Harris married Nellie Brown. 

5591. Wm. Joseph (Jr.), b. 

5188 

Annie Golphin Mallard married Augustus S. Morrall. 

5592. Carrie May, b. May 15, 1888. 

5376 

Maria Bond married Alonzo Cliurcli Croom, Brooks- 
ville, Florida. 

5593. Louisa, b. 

5594. Randolph, b. 

5595. William, b. 

5596. Hardy, b. 

5277 

Sallie Bond married George Schley, 1878. 

5597. Edward, b. ; d. y. 

5399 

Elizabeth Woodbridge Screven married Thomas 
Clay Arnold, Dec. 1, 1870. 

5n98. Louisa G., b. Oct. 23, 1871. 
5599. Mary Screven, b. Feb., 1875. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 445 

5303 

Lila Mcintosh Screven married Samuel C. Atkinson, 
Nov. 10, 1886. 

5600. Mary Eleanor, b. Feb. 19, 1890. 

5306 

Ada Henderson married Henry Hawley Foote, Oct. 
12, 1886. 

5601. Maud Bryan, b. Nov. 23, 1889. 

53^7 

Willie Marion Daniell married Eldridge Simkins, 
1883. 

5602. Elizabeth, b. 
5608. Isabella, b. 

5604. Tatnall Daniell, b. 1889. 

53S9 

Eugenie E. M. Le Hardy married Thos. L. Wylly, 
Dec. 29, 1888. 

5605. Sarah Le Hardy, b. Jan. 2, 1890 ; d. Jan., 

1890. 

5343 

I. Guerard Heyward married Pauline de Carideau. 

5606. Elise, b. 

5607. Maud, b. 

5608. Nina, b. 

5609. Francis, b. 

5610. Walter, b. 

5345 

George C. Heyward married M. E. Doar. 

5611. Elizabeth, b. 

5612. Geo. Cuthbert, b. 



446 CuTTS Genealogy. 

5613. Steven Doar, b. 

5614. Edward Lee, b. 

5615. Arthur Smith, b. 

5346 

Robt. C. Heyward married Elizabeth Stoney. 

5616. CORINNE, b. 

5617. Cuthbert, b. 

5618. Robt. C. (Jr.), b. 

5619. Agnes, b. 

5620. Joseph, b. 

5621. Daniel, b. 

5622. Estelle, b. 

5350 

T. Savage Heyward married Mary Seabrook. 

5623. Clifford, b. 

5363 

Sarah Allen married Tracy Hunter. 

5624. Anna, b. 

5625. Tracy, b. 

5364 

Alice Gadsden married Paul Lynah. 

5626. Paul, b. 

5377 

Frederick Johnstone married Gertrude Hardee. 

5627. Gertrude, b. 

5378 

Elizabeth Edwards married M. Hazell. 

5628. Jas. Edwards, b. 

5629. Susan, b. ; m. Jno. Reynolds. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 447 

5381 

Edwin Du Bose married Lillie Luhr. 

5630. Sims White, b. 

5383 

Jane Du Bose married Edwin Hey ward. 

5631. Edwin Du Bose, b. 

5632. Jane, b. 

5383 

Catherine Johnson married Ralph Carson. 

5633. Jane, b. 

5634. Roberts, b. . 



5397 

Louisa D. Morton, daughter of Dr. Edward Watts 
and Olive (Lord) Morton, married Frank M. Ross 
(M. D.), May 20, 1880. 

5635. Annie Morton, b. July 25, 1882. 

5636. Florabel Louise, b. May 4, 1884. 

5637. Rodney Elsmore, b. Apr. 9, 1889. 

5414 

Julia Whilden, daughter of W. G. and Ellen (Tay- 
lor) Whilden, married A. M. Mclver. 

5638. Edwin Whilden, b. May 28, 1875. 

5639. Geo. Williams, b. Mar. 18, 1877. 

5640. Ellen, b. May 10, 1879 ; d. June, 1879. 

5641. William Whilden, b. Nov. 3, 1881. 

5642. Alex. M., b. May 4, 1884. 

5643. Flora, b. Sept. 21, 1887. 



448 CUTTS GExNEALOGY. 

5415 

Mary Ella Whilden married C. F. Hard. 

5644. Ellen Sumter, b. Nov. 5, 1881. 

5645. Edith Mary, b. Nov. 2, 1883. 

5646. Clara Taylor, b. Oct. 6, 1886. 

5647. Elizabeth Whilden, b. Jan. 6, 1892. 

5433 

Victoria Jeffords, daughter of John H. and Annie 
M. (King) Jeffords, married B. N. Tucker, of Louis- 
ville, Ky., July 9, 1885. 

5648. Leila King, b. 

5649. Hazel Cooper, b. 

5435 

Alice Amelia Jeffords married Paul H. Seabrook, 
July 25, 1873, Charleston, S. C. 

5650. Mary Elizabeth, b. 

5651. Paul Hamilton, b. 

5652. Wm. Jeffords, b. 

5653. Alice Gertrude, b. 

5654. Ephraim Percival, b. 

5450 

Wm. Lowell Putnam, son of George and Harriet 
(Lowell) Putnam, married Elizabeth Lowell, June 9, 
1888. 

5655. George, b. June 4, 1889. 

5656. Katherine Lawrence, b. Dec. 5, 1890, 



DESCENDANTS OF ''JOHN CUTT (Jr)" 



" John Cutt (Jr.)," as he is familiarly known to most 
students of the early history of Portsmouth, was not, 
as is sometimes supposed, a son of President John 
Cutt, the date of his birth precluding any possibility 
of it. He was twelve years of age when President 
John Cutt was married, having been born in 1650. 
Whether he was born in this country or Great Britain 
cannot at this late date be determined. Bearing the 
same name as the well-known President John Cutt, he 
was known as "John Cutt (Jr.)" in all public records 
as a mark of distinction. It is supposed that he was a 
nephew of the three brothers, and, with them, located 
on the banks of the Piscataqua river. He was a mari- 
ner and for many years commanded the bark " Friends- 
Increase" of Portsmouth, which sailed between that 
place and London. His name is recorded among the 
communicants of the Congregational church in 1691, 
and also upon the list of signatures to the petition from 
New Hampshire, of 1690, to be reannexed to Massa- 
chusetts. He died at Portsmouth, July 30, 1695. 

On the 15th of June, 1672, he married Sarah Martyn 
(b. July 3, 1657), a daughter of ^Hon. Richard and 
Sarah (Tuttle f ) Martyn of Portsmouth. She was 
Jiving, as his widow, in 1728, as appears by her deed 

* Speaker of the House. 

f Daughter of Jno. and Joanna ( ) Tuttle of Ipswich, born 1633. 

57 



450 CuTTS Genealogy. 

given that year conveying certain portions of her hus- 
band's estate. Her father, Hon. Richard Martyn, was 
a member of " His Majesty's Council." Their children 
were : 

1. Sarah, b. Aug. 26, 1673 ; m. Jos. Chesley, Dec, 

18, 1717. 

2. Mary, b. Nov. 14, 1675 ; m. Jos. Moulton. 

3. John, b. Sept. 20, 1681 ; m. Susannah Ayers, Sept. 

20, 1715. 

4. Judith, b. July 10, 1683 ; m. Solomon Cotton, 

Dec. 3, 1721. , . .:^ - . 

5. Margaret, b. June 16, 1687 ;, m. Mr. Landale. 

6. Kichard, b. Aug. 16, 1691 ; m. Love . 

7. Elizabeth, b. Mar. 17, 1693; m. Wm. Fellows 

(Jr.), Feb. 15, 1721. 



John Cutt, son of John Cutt (Jr.) and Sarah (Mar- 
tyn) Cutt, married Susannah Ayers, Sept. 20, 1715. 

8. Mary, b. Aug. 10, 1716 ; m. John Cotton, Dec. 

15, 1742 ; d. Sept. 4, 1799. 

9. Susanna, b. Dec. 23, 1717. 

10. Sarah, b. Apr. 9, 1720. 

11. Hannah, b. Jan. 26, 1721-2. 

12. John, b. June 26, 1724; m. Hannah ; d. 

Aug., 1788. 
John Cutt, son of John (Jr.) and Sarah (Martyn) 
Cutt, was possessed of a consideiable estate in Ports- 
mouth,* and held various town offices. He was Tax 
Assessor from 1726 to 1750. His wife was a grand- 
daughter of Capt. John Ayers, a gallant soldier killed 
by the Indians in Brookfield, Mass., 1675, during King 
Philip's war. 

♦Estate settled Oct., 1759, equaled £10,990. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 451 

4 

Judith Cutt married Solomon Cotton, Dec. 3, 1721. 
13. Solomon (Jr.), bapt. Mar. 10, 1722-3. 

6 

Richard Cutt mamed Love . 



14. Richard, b. Oct. 31, 1720. 

15. Anna, b. Mar. 29, 1723. 

Ricliard Cutt died, and Mrs. Love Cutt married John 
Almary about 1730. 

8 

Mary Cutt, daughter of John and Susanna (Ayers) 
Cutts, married John Cotton, Dec. 15, 1742. 

Of their eleven children five are known to have died 
in infancy whose names are not known. The re- 
mainder were : 

16. Elizabeth, bapt. May, 1743. 

17. Solomon, b. Aug. 21, 1748; m. Mary Greene, 

Sept. 20, 1770. 

18. Joel, bapt. July, 1750. 

19. Abigail, bapt. July, 1752. 

20. Sarah, bapt. July, 1754. 

See N. E. Hist., Gen, Register, 1876, p. 111. 

John Cutt, son of John and Susanna (Ayers) Cutt, 
married Hannah , Mar. 16, 1754. 

21. Sarah, bapt. Aug., 1756 ; d. in infancy. 

22. Hannah, bapt. Aug., 1756 ; m. Mr. Nutter. 

23. John, bapt. May 25, 1760; m. Dorothy Sea- 

wards, Nov. 25, 1781. 

24. Sarah, bapt. June 9, 1765; prob. d. y. 

25. Richard, bapt. Dec. 7, 1766. 

26. Benjamin, bapt. Jan. 1, 1769; d. 1790. 



452 CuTTs Genealogy. 

John Cutts, son of John and Hannah Cutt, married 
Dorothy Seaward, Nov. 25, 1781. 

27. Elizabeth, b. Dec. 17, 1778 ; m. Capt. Daniel 

Ramsdell, 1803; d. Dec. 28, 1870. 

28. Sarah, b. ; m. Mr. M. Stephenson. 

29. John Seaward, b. Apr. 15, 1785; m. Dorcas 

Kennard, July 2, 1808. 

30. Benjamin, b. 

81. Mary Kennard, b. ; m. Chas. Wade. 

32. Joanna, b. 
John Cutts died. 

Mrs. D. S. Cutts married (2) Mr. Bennett. 

27 

Elizabeth Cutts, daughter of John and Dorothy (Sea- 
ward) Cutts, married Capt. Daniel Ramsdell. 

33. Adeline, b. ; m, Eben Ramsdell. 

34. Daniel, b. ; m, Jane Frye; d. 

35. Elizabeth, b. ; m. Jos. Marshall. 

36. Mary, b. ; m. Chas. Jackson. 

37. Charles Newhall, b. Lubec, Me. ; m. Eliza- 

beth McDonald, July 30, 1828; d. Nov. 
11, 1891. 

38. Wm., b. ; m. Margaret Morrison. 

39. Sarah, b. ; m. Samuel Reed, s. p. 

40. Maria, b. ; m. Thomas Brown. 

Capt. Daniel Ramsdell died Oct. 12, 1851, aged 72. 
He was born in Lynn, Mass. 

Elizabeth (Cutts) Ramsdell died Dec. 28, 1870, 
aged 92. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 453 

S8 

Sarah Cutts, daughter of John and Dorothy (Sea- 
ward) Cutts, married Martin Stephenson. 

41. Hannah Elizabeth, b. Sept. 25, 1822; m. Geo. 

Flanigan, 1850. 

42. Martin (Jr.), b. Oct. 18, 1816 ; m. Susan Kenney, 

Sept. 9, 1841; d. Feb. 1, 1862. 

39 

John Seaward Cutts, son of John and Dorothy 
(Seaward) Gutts, married Dorcas Kennard, July 2, 1808. 

43. Mary Kennard, b. Dover, N. H., July 20, 1809. 

44. Jos. BooDY, b. Dover, N. H., Nov. 14, 1810 ; d. 

Dec. 27, 1810. 

45. Maria Seaward, b. Portsmouth, N. H., Apr. 

17, 1812. 

46. John Seaward, b. Feb. 1, 1814; m. 

47. Elizabeth Newmarch, b. Mar. 12, 1817. 

33 

Adeline Ramsdell, daughter of Capt. Daniel and 
Elizabeth (Cutts) Ramsdell, married Eben Ramsdell. 

48. Sarah, b. ; m. John Marshall. 

49. Harriet, b. ; m. Mr. Roat. 

50. Eben, b. 

34 

Daniel Ramsdell (Jr.) married Jane Frye. 

51. Nancy, b. ; m. Geo. McDonald. 

52. Sarah, b. ; m. Geo. Wilder. 

35 

Elizabeth Ramsdell married Joseph Marshall. 

53. John, b. ; m. Sarah Ramsdell. 

54. Chas., b. ; m. Miss Mahar. 



454 CuTTS Genealogy. 

55. Jos., b. ; m. Emeline Hersey. 

56. Sarah, b. ; m. Mr. Lewis Smith. 

57. Sophia, b. ; m. Mr. Thing. 

58. LoRiNG, b. 

36 

Mary Ramsdell married Chas. Jackson. 

59. Osgood, b. ; m. Lotta . 

60. Caroline, b. ; m. Chas. Toole ; d. 

61. Millard, b. 

37 

Chas. Newhall Ramsdell married Elizabeth McDon- 
ald, granddaughter of Donald McDonald (M. D.) of 
Machias, Me. 

62. Eliza Ann, b. ; m. Jos. G. Clark. 

63. Mary Elizabeth, b. ; m. Chas. B. Blanch- 

ard. 

64. Ellen, b. ; m. (1) Henry Blackwood, (2) 

Mr. Chamberlain. 

65. Maria Sarah, b. ; m. E. H. Sprague, 

66. Nancy Jane, b. ; d. unm., Jan. 16, 1842. 

67. Margaret Adeline, b. ; m. D. B. Gardner. 

68. Louise Augusta, b. ; m. (1) E. W. Wilder, 

(2) I. H. Leighton. 

69. LypiA, b. ; m. Dr. T. W. Clement, Brook- 

line, Mass. 

OBITUARY. 

"The circle is broken, — one seat is forsaken, — 
One heart from among us no longer shall thrill 
With joy in our gladness, or grief in our ill." 

Capt. Charles Ramsdell, whose death on Wednesday 
evening, the eleventh inst., has been briefly noticed 
in these columns, was born at what is now Lubec, 



CuTTS Genealogy. 455 

Maine, on the 11th of July, 1807. He was the 
son of Capt. Daniel and Elizabeth (Cutts) Ramsdell, 
who early came from Portsmouth, N. H., and settled 
in that part of the town of Eastport since incorporated 
under the name of Lubec. Like his father, the young 
man was born and bred to the sea, and at a tender age 
became familiarized with the toils, hardships and pri- 
vations which beset those who "go down to the sea in 
ships." His early training in the fishing craft of the 
harbor and bay soon led him to a wider field, that of 
the merchant service of his country, then recovering 
from the blighting effects of the last war with Great 
Britain. 

Capt. Ramsdell soon rose to the command of vessels 
engaged in the coasting and West India business, and 
was also engaged with his brother William in running 
one of the numerous packets which regularly plied be- 
tween Massachusetts ports and Passamaquoddy, whose 
business is now done principally by the regular and 
swift going steamers of the International Line. The 
building of the iron works, the establishing of salt 
works, saw mills, and the beginning of that era of ex- 
tensive ship-building, which brought Pembroke into 
prominence in the early thirties, making the town a 
center of business activity and phenomenal growth 
seldom witnessed in the history of the country, at- 
tacted among others the young captain, who with his 
little family became residents of the town in 1839. 

Capt. Ramsdell and his brother, the late Capt. 
Daniel Ramsdell, bought adjoining farms on the west 
side of Imnarkuan Bay, about a mile and a half below 
the town, the latter occupying his until his death, the 
former soon after this event removing to a home in the 
village, which was destroyed by fire several years after, 
when he bought the finely-situated and pleasant resi- 



456 CuTTS Genealogy. 

dence known as the McKinsie place, between the two 
villages, where he lived until July, 1882, when on the 
evening of the fourth of that month fire once more 
destroyed his buildings. The Carter place, near the 
Baptist cliurch, was then bought, and the captain and 
his wife once more established a home, from which he is 
now borne to his final resting place, and from which the 
loving companion of his sixty -three years of wedlock 
hopefully and trustingly looks forward to the reuniting 
of the bond which death has temporarily severed. 

Charles Ramsdell and Elizabeth McDonald were 
united in the holy bond of wedlock on the 30th day of 
July, 1828, and that tender bond of union was mutually 
and sacredly preserved by tliem until the tie was tem- 
porarily brol<en by death. To the couple thus hap- 
pily united were born eight daughters, all of whom, 
with the exception of one who died at the age of four- 
teen years, are now living, all have been married and 
all have had f anilies, though death has broken the 
circle of grandchildren. 

Mrs. Clark, wife of Capt. Joseph Gr. Clark of Port- 
laud, the eldest daughter, arrived home with her hus- 
band just before her father's death. Mrs. Blackwood 
(M. D.) of Brockton, and Mrs. Clements (M. D.), the 
youngest daughter, wife of Dr. T. W. Clement of Brook- 
line, Mass., were, at the time of their father's last ill- 
ness, in the far west, visiting a son of the former in 
Montana, and were made aware of the captain's critical 
state by telegraph, but they were unable to return in 
season to be present at the funeral. The rest of the 
family are residents of the town, being the wives of 
Capt. E. H. Sprague, Capt. D. B. Gardner and Post- 
master I. H. Leighton, respectively, while their third 
daughter, Mrs. Blanchard, has made her home with her 
parents for the last twenty years. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 457 

On tlie evening of the SOtli of July, 1878, Capt. and 
Mrs. Ramsdell, then both hale and hearty, and with 
bright prospects of completing another quarter century 
of wedded life, celebrated their golden anniversary, 
and at which their children, with husbands, grand- 
children, friends and neighbors were gathered to assist, 
all of whom retain most pleasing recollections of that 
memorable event. 

Capt. Ramsdell was long a most successful master of 
coasting vessels. He was for many years in the em- 
ploy of the Pembroke Iron Company as master of their 
vessels. The schooner Vulcan, the first of the com- 
pany's packets, owned wholly by them and run as a 
regular liner between this place and Boston and after- 
ward, when others were built, to New York and 
Sound ports, was built for and commanded by Capt. 
Ramsdell, who went to Richmond, Me., in the fall of 
1854 and brought the new and staunch craft, whose long 
life for a vessel came to an end on Nantucket, but a few 
days before her first and long-time master closed his 
career on earth. In 1860 the captain took charge of the 
clipper schooner Sh.ooting Star, wiiich had been built 
for him during the season by Messrs. Jos. Wilder (Jr.) 
&> Co. of this place. In this craft as in others the cap- 
tain was successful, his long experience and excellent 
Judgment always carrying him through the perils sur- 
rounding those who navigate the seas of this rock- 
bound coast of ours, both in summer's calms and win- 
ter's storms, in safety. 

Of the many hundreds of souls who have sailed as 
passengers or crew of the vessels which he has com- 
manded, none have met with fatal mishaps, nor was a 
vessel of which he had charge lost or seriously dam- 
aged ; considering his long service, this is a record 
seldom equaled in the history of a master mariner. 
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458 CuTTS Genealogy. 

Capt. Ramsdell took charge of the new schooner Pern- 
hrohe^ built at Kennebunk for the iron company, upon 
her completion in 1867, and sailed her until the trip 
before her loss at Fox Islands some years later. The 
last command of Capt. Ramsdell was the famous 
schooner Venus of the company's line, and from which 
he retired about 1871. Since that date he has remained 
ashore, living a quiet and retired life. Some years ago 
the captain sustained a paralytic shock which, with 
others since, was the final cause of his death. 

Capt. Ramsdell was a long and patient sufferer, 
never complaining and always considerate of those 
about him. As a commander, he was liked and re- 
spected by his officers and crew, always a genial com- 
pynion, a loving and kind husband and father, and it 
can be well said of him, "he had not an enemy in the 
world " and his end was peace — like the sleep which 
comes to the tired child after its long day of play amid 
flowers and sunshine, came the last final sleep to the 
earth-weary soul, and with hand still clasping that of 
the patient and loving companion who in storm and 
sunshine had traveled ad own life's rugged way close 
at his side for more than sixty years, he sank to rest. 
Brief services befitting the occasion were conducted by 
Rev. J. C. Chase, pastor of the Baptist church, of which 
the deceased and his aged widow have been for many 
years consistent members, were held at his late resi- 
dence on Saturday afternoon, after which the inter- 
ment in the family lot at Forest Hill was made." 

Mrs. Elizabeth (Mac Donald) Ramsdell followed 
her husband in a brief period, dying July 17, 1892. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 459 

38 

William Ramsdell married Margaret Morrison. 

70. Fanny, b. ; m. Mr. Pinkham. 

71. Evelyn, b. ; m. Mr. Dakin. 

72. Josephine, b. ; m. Mr. Yauglian. 

73. Danlel, b. 

40 
Maria Ramsdell married Thomas Brown. 

74. Wm., b. ; d 

75. Geoege, b. : d. 

76. Lizzie Maey, b. ; m. (1) Mr. Harrison, (2) 

Mr. McKenzie. 

77. Albeet, b. 

41 

Martin Stephenson (Jr.), son of Martin and Sarah 
(Cutts) Stephenson, married Susan Kenney, Sept. 9, 
1841. 

78. Susan M., b. Feb. 13, 1843 ; d. Apr. 9, 184(;. 

79. Maetin L., b. Aug. 11, 1845; m. Emma P. 

Jaquith, s. p. 

80. Benj. F., b. Nov. 10, 1847 ; m. Mary E. Gowell, 

Apr. 12, 1882. 

81. Maey A., b. Apr. 1, 1851. 

82. John D., b. Oct. 13, 1854; m. Elizabeth E. 

Bailey, Nov. 29, 1882. 

83. Chas. W., b. Nov. 17, 1857 ; d. Sept. 3, 1877, in 

Gardiner, Me. 

4S 

Hannah Elizabeth Stephenson married George Flana- 
gan of Boston, 1850. 

84. Maey E., b. June 22, 1853 ; d. 1853. 

85. Claea Geeteude, b. Nov. 14, 1855; m. Daniel 

Geo. Finnerty, Nov. 8, 1875. 



460 CuTTS Genealogy. 

48 

Sarah Ramsdell, daughter of Eben and Adeline 
(Kamsdell) Ramsdell, married John Marshall (53). 
.^6. Abbie, b. ; d. 

87. Lizzie, b. ; m. David Coolidge. 

88. Lewis, b. 

89. Lottie, b. 

Sarah Ramsdell, daughter of Daniel Ramsdell, mar- 
ried George Wilder. 

90. Julia, b. 

Eliza A. Ramsdell, daughter of Chas. N. and Eliza- 
beth (McDonald) Ramsdell, married Capt. Joseph G. 
Clark. 

91. Melvin G., b. 

92. Philena Winslow, b. ; m. Osmond C. 

Evans. 

93. Leslie B., b. ; m. Alice Cobb. 

94. Melvina Wilder, b. ; m. Capt. J. S. Wins- 

low. 

95. Eleazer Winslow, b. 

63 

Mary E. Ramsdell married Charles G. Blanchard. 

96. Mary Ellen, b. 

64 

Ellen Ramsdell married Heniy Blackwood. 

97. LuELLA, b. ; d. y. 

98. WiLLARD, b. ; m. Beulah Smith. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 461 

99. Charles Ramsdell, b. 

100. Nancy Jane, b. ; d. y. 

Mrs. Ellen (Ramsdell) Blackwood (M. D.) married 
Mr. Chamberlain, after Mr. Blackwood's death, and is 
now a practicing physician, having graduated from 
" The Boston University " before her marriage. 

65 

Maria Ramsdell married Capt. E. H. Sprague. 

101. EsTELLA M., b. ; d. y. 

102. Herbert, b. ; m. Ida Farnsworth. 

67 

Margaret Adeline Ramsdell married Capt. D. B. 
Gardner. 

103. Elliott Constantine, b. 

68 

Louise Augusta Ramsdell married E. W. Wilder. 

104. Wm. J., b. 

105. Ada May, b. ; m. Alston Holbrook (1st 

son of Edwin Chase). 

69 

Lydia Ramsdell (M. D.)* married Thos. Wm. Cle- 
ment (D. D. S.), Brookline, Mass. 

106. Harold, b. ; d. y. 

80 

Benj. Franklin Stephenson, son of Martin and Susan 
(Kenney) Stephenson, married Mary E. Gowell. 

107. Ina M., b. June 25, 1881. 

* Graduate of Boeton Univereity. 



462 CuTTS Genealogy. 

John D. Stephenson married Elizabeth E. Bailey, 
Nov. 29, 1882. 

108. Grace E., b. Dec. 16, 1884; d. June 10,1887. 

109. Mildred W., b. Mar. 30, 1888. 



85 

Clara Gertrude Flanagan, daughter of George and 
Hannah E. (Stephenson) Flanagan, married Daniel 
Geo. Finnerty, Nov. 8, 1875. 

110. Daniel Geo., b. Mar. 10, 1877. 

111. Clara Gertrude, b. June 16, 1878. 

112. Grace Elizabeth, b. Oct. 19, 1880; d. Dec. 

14, 1880. 

113. Arthur James, b. Dec. 1, 1882. 

114. Mary Louise, b. Dec. 1 1, 1884. 

115. Fred'k Henry, b. May 5, 1891; d. May 5, 

1891. 

99 

Philena Winslow Clarke, daughter of Jos. G. and 
Eliza Ann (Ramsdell) Clark, married Osmond C. 
Evans. 

116. Leslie Clark, b. 

117. Florence Hutchinson, b. 

94 

Melvina Wilder Clark married Capt. J. S. Winslow. 

118. Philena, b. 

119. Grace, b. 

120. Elizabeth Mabel, b. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 463 

98 

Willard B. Blackwood, son of Henry and Ellen M. 
(Ramsdell) Blackwood, married Beulah Smith. 

121. Edna Bernioe, b. 

122. Arthur B., b. 

Herbert Sprague, son of E. H. and Maria S. (Rams- 
dell) Sprague, married Ida Farnsworth. 

123. EsTELLA Margaret, b. 

105 

Ada May Wilder, daughter of E. W. and Louise A. 
(Ramsdell) Wilder, married Alston Holbrook. 

124. Edwin Chas. Alston, b. 



THE CUTTS OF GEORGIA. 



While preparing this work the compiler has received 
some facts concerning a branch of the family in Geor- 
gia, who do not, directly or indirectly, claim descent 
from John, Richard or Kobert Cutt of New England. 
They have a tradition that three brothers came to 
America from England a great many years ago, of 
whom one was William. This may have been the 
William who was taxed in Saco, Me., in 1640, and the 
brothers, Roger and Lawrence, who are mentioned in 
the introduction. Be this as it may, one William 
Cutts married a Miss Maddox of Maryland, and settled 
at or near Raleigh, N. C. He was probably a descend- 
ant of the William who first came to the South. They 
had three if not more sons, of whom there is the fol- 
lowing meager record : 

1. Joseph (Rev.), b. 

2. Major, b. abt. 1762, at or near Raleigh, N. C. 

3. Sherrod, b. 

Major Cutts married Miss and removed to 

Georgia. It is believed he settled at or near AVarren- 
ton, Warren ^Co., first, and then went to Pulaski Co. 
They had : -^ 

4. LlNDSAY,-,b. 

5. AMANDAj^b. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 465 

6. Wm., h. 

7. Jerry, b. 

8. Allen Sherrod, b. 

8 
Allen Sherrod Cutts married Miss Fannie O. Brown 
of Oglethorpe, Ga., in 1854, where he had removed. 
They afterward went to Americus, Ga., where he still 
lives. 

9. Claude Sherrod, b. ; Marshall ville, Ga. 

10. Earnest Allen, b. ; Savannah, Ga. 

11. Inez Marion, b. ; Americus, Ga. 

12. Eldridge Harmon, b. ; Abbeville, Ga. 

(attorney-at-law). 
Allen Sherrod Cutts distinguished himself in the 
Mexican war, as well as an artillerist in the Confeder- 
at service, and attained to the rank of general. Gen. 
and Mrs. Cutts had seven children, of whom three died 
in infancy. His family being widely scattered when 
he reached man's estate, it prevented his having so 
complete a knowledge of his ancestry as he might 
otherwise have done. 
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BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES. 



BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES. 



JOHN, RICHARD, ROBERT AND ANNE 

CUTTS. 



Prior to 1646, tliere emigrated to this country 
(Strawberry Bank on the Piscataqua) two brothers, 
John and Richard Cutt, both of whom were in their 
young manhood. They were joined later by a brother, 
Robert, and a sister, Anne Cutt, who married John 
Shipway, a merchant of Strawberry Bank. 

Their purpose in coming was undoubtedly to try 
their fortunes in the new world, and not for religion's 
sake, like those who settled in the Puritan colonies. 
They were dissenters, however, from the doctrines and 
authority of the Church of England, and like those 
about them, they did not then question the rights that 
had been acquired by Capt. John Mason and Sir Fer- 
dinando Gorges to the vast territories on either side 
the Piscataqua, which had been granted to them under 
the Crown. 

Families of the name of Cutts had long held estates 
in the counties of Essex and Cambridgeshire, but at 
this late day it has not been possible to determine the 
exact point in England from which they emigrated, or 
any direct information as to their parentage. Tradi- 



470 CuTTS Genealogy. 

tionally, their father was Richard Cutts, Esq., of 
Grondale Abbey, Arkesden, Essex Co., an adherent of 
Cromwell, he married a widow by the name of Shelton, 
ivlio, it is said, by him and her former husband, had 
twenty-three children, all of whom were living at the 
same time. Be this as it may, the young men on com- 
ing to this country dropped the final letter in their 
name, calling it Cutt. This may have been an older 
or indifferent way of spelling it, but was probably due 
to prudent foresight when every thing about them was 
so unsettled. When they left England the civil war 
was in progress, and had the Royal party succeeded, 
they might have been made to suffer for it. 

John and Richard Cutt brought capital with them, 
for, ere long, they became the leading merchants and 
ultimately the wealthiest men in the colony. 

I. John lived at Portsmouth (then known as Straw- 
berry Bank), the center of the lumber trade of the 
river; he became a member of the Council for the 
Government of the Province, with the title of Hon., 
and in 1679 he was appointed by the Crown its first 
president. His name was written Cutts in his letters- 
patent. In Portsmouth their estate covered what is 
now two-thirds of the compact part of that city. He 
married Hannah Starr in July, 1662, by whom he had 
five children, and dying April 5, 1681, he outlived his 
first wife and married again. In this second marriage 
we have no date, and the lady's maiden name is still 
unknown, but it is certain that the widow Ursula Cutt, 
who was killed by the Indians in July, 1694, was his 
widow. In his will he gives to his daughters, Han- 
nah and Mary each a silver plate marked T. S. It 
would be interesting to know where the plates went, 
for their is no record of their being in existence now. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 471 

From the last initial tbey undoubtedly belonged to the 
family of liis first wife. His will reads as follows : 

Pres. John Cutt's Will. 

I, John Cutt, being in perfect memory, but crazy 
and infirm in body thro' many weaknesses by reason 
of age and otherwise, do ordain and declare this to be 
my last will and testament, hereby revoking all other 
wills by me formerly made. 1^*^ I commit my soul 
unto ye hands of God in Christ Jesus, trusting yt shall 
be kept ]>y him until that day ; and my body unto a 
decent buryall in my orchard where I buried my wife 
and children that are deceased. And I w^ill that there 
be a wall of lime and stone made about my grave and 
the rest there already buried, with room convenient 
for a burying place for the residue of my family rela- 
tions. 

2^- I give unto my beloved son, John Cutt, my 
house and land where I now live, with the orchard, 
gardens, wharfing, ware-houses and other housing (ex- 
cept what is here after excepted, which I give unto my 
daughter Hannah,) with all the privileges andappurt*^- 
nances thereunto belonging, together with my wood- 
field lying upon the creek behind my house, and 
adjoining to ye land of John Hunking ; and all my 
fresh marsh at ye head of the creek next to Richard 
Commins' marsh, with all my share of ye land bought 
of Major Waldron and Capt°. Lake near Greenland ; as 
also all the land I bought of Mr. Andrew Wiggin, be- 
ing 160 pole, by ye water side, (more or less according 
to bill of sale) and three miles back into ye woods, too 
gather with ye marsh or meadow abreast of it, and 
my ten acres of land on ye Grt. Island, (excepting out 
of it what is hereafter excepted for my daughter Mary,) 
and my warehouse on Star Island. 



472 CuTTS Genealogy. 

3*^. I give unto my beloved son Samuel Cutt, my 
house commonly called ye grt. house, with the orchard 
and field adjoining, (excepting what is hereafter given 
to his sister Mary) with all ye privileges thereunto 
belonging, together with my land near ye Pulpit, being 
70 pole in breadth, by ye water side, and running up 
ye whole lenth into ye woods, according to the agree- 
ment between me and Bro. Richard Cutt, together 
with yt half of William AVilliams' plantation in Oyster 
Kiver, which I bought of him ; and ye farm lying near 
it, which 1 bought of Thos. Doughty, with ye fresh 
and salt marsh belonging to it ; and my land at Spruce 
Creek, bought of Mr. Morgain and his wife and Epli'n 
Lynn, being 160 acres more or less, and yt part which 
is mine of ye house and land yt was Mr. Corbett, lying 
at Kitterey Point ; and my one acre of land lying 
on ye Great Island, with ye warehouse on Smutty 
Nose Island ; as also a parcel of land purchased of 
Richard Abbott, lying near Mr. AVilson's at Newicha- 
wonit. 

4th I give unto ray beloved daughter, Hannah 
Cutt, my new ware-house, with ye wharfing belonging 
to it, ye land and wharfe so far as ye smith's shop, 
with the smith's shop and so far as ye high way, with 
half an acre of land out of ye wind-mill field, at ye 
corner next Bro. Richard's barn, fronting upon ye 
highway between yt and ye river, to run up ye lane 
between Bro. Richard's land and mine for ye depth of 
it, ye front to be so wide as yt ye double of ye front 
shall be in ye lenth to make ye half acre, ; and ye little 
field by William Hart's ; and all my land in ye long 
reach, to say 50 Pole breadth which I had at first, with 
ye addition afterwards laid to it, and ye land I had of 
Ralph Twamlin per execution ; and ye land I had in 
Dover of Philip Cromwell per execution, which was 



CuTTs Genealogy. 473 

some time belonging to Joseph Austin, to say eleven 
acres, with the freehold or commonage belonging to 
it ; as also my farm at Wells, both upland and meadow, 
with ye housing and priviledges belonging thereunto ; 
and that hundred acres of land which I had of Joseph 
Beard of Dover, lying in or near Cocheco. 

5*^b_ I give to my beloved daughter, Mary Cutt, the 
little field being part of that commonly called ye great 
field, lying next to ye highway going to ye meeting 
house, with half an acre of land butting upon ye river 
on ye one side and ye creek yt goes up by ye great 
house on ye other, to take in ye point over and above, 
and so up toward the great house and the river; and a 
parcel of land out of that ten acres I gave to my son 
John upon ye Great island, to say that where my frame 
now lies or formerly did lye, from ye house that was 
Capt°. Pendleton's, to that which was Otho Tucker- 
man's, and all below ye rock and so down to ye river ; 
and ye land I bought of John Alt, and the land I 
bought of Will"" Williams, lying in ye woods at the 
head of Oyster River ; and the 13 acres at Boy ling 
rock, bought of Jaffray Currier ; and further, I will 
that her brother John shall summer two cows for her 
in his pasture at home freely during her natural life, 
and because her proportion of land is smaller than 
what the rest of my children have. I will that she 
shall pay nothing towards what I hereafter give to her 
mother out of her proportion of moveables. 

6*"^. As to the remainder of my estate lying in moneys, 
plate, household goods, wares of any sort, stock, ship- 
ping, debts, or any estate what so ever, any wise of right 
appertaining to me, and not already disposed of, I doe 
dispose of it as followeth, viz ; One third part of the 
whole to my eldest son, John Cutt, the other two 
thirds shall be divided into four parts, of which my 
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474 CuTTS Genealogy. 

son Samuel Cutt shall liave the one half, the other 
half to be equally divided between my two daughters, 
Hannah and Mary Cutt, unto each of which daughters 
I give beside their portion a silver plate marked T. S. 
7*^. Provided always yt I give and bequeath unto 
my beloved, wife, Ursula Cutt, the full sum of five 
hundred pounds, to be taken out of that portion which 
I have given to my sons, John and Samuel, and to my 
daughter Hannah, each of them to pay their propor- 
tions of the said five hundred pounds, according to ye 
quantity of goods yt falls to their shares when the 
whole is summed up and divided to them, and they 
shall pay it in each species yt they receive their por- 
tion in, whether money, goods, shipping or other wise, 
according to ye value of what they receive — the 
moveables to be apprized at price currant. Moreover 
I will that my beloved wife shall have liberty to dwell 
in my house till my son John come to age or marry, if 
she continue a widow, whom [ request to have respect 
to my children and be a mother to them. If my son 
John marry while my wife continues a widow, she 
shall have ye use of a couple of rooms in ye house, 
such as shall be judged most convenient by my execu 
tors and over seers together ; and may be comfortable 
for her accomodation, or shee shall have liberty to 
build an house upon that piece of land which slie hath 
lately taken in as an addition to ye orchard, and may 
therein dwell during her widow-hood ; and when she 
leaves it my son John shall have it with what is built 
upon it — or she shall have liberty to dwell in ye new 
ware-house, which shall be fitted up for her till my 
daughter Hannah comes to make use of it ; more over 
she shall have ye use of that land at ye Pulpit which 
I have given to my son Samuel, till he come to age, 
and may improve so much of it as shee sees meet, and 



CuTTS Genealogy. 475 

build upon it if she pleases, and shall have ye benefit 
of it dureing her natural life, and then both ye land 
and all ye improvement and building shall return unto 
my son Samuel Cutt. 

8^^. Furthermore, I will that if any of my childi'en 
die before they come to age or marry, the portion 
I have given them shall be equally divided be- 
tween those of them yt survive; & if any of my 
children die with out issue after marriage, I will 
yt the housing and land I have given them shall goe 
to the next kin ; and with these provisos it is to be 
understood that I give the above mentioned houses and 
lands to my children & their heirs forever — provided 
also that it is to be judged meet for the peopleing of 
the place to sell any part of the grt. house field into 
house lots, & my overseers and execu'rs approve of it, 
may be done, and ye money for ye land so sold to re- 
dound to ye behoof e of the person to whom I have 
given the lands ; and if it may be done for the good 
of the whole, I advise that by the consent of my exec'rs 
and overseers, the shipping or part of them, may be 
sold as soon as may be. 

9*^. For the good of the town where I dwell, I give 
and bequeath one hundred pounds towards the erect- 
ing of a free school — provided the town shall set it up 
within seven years after my decease. Unto the church 
in Portsmouth to which I belong I give fifteen pounds, 
and thirty pounds to the poor of the town, which said 
thirty pounds shall be disposed of at the direction of 
my overseers. Unto ye children of my bro. Robert 
Cutt I give wt was owing to me from their father, to 
be equally divided among them. Unto my cousin 
John Ship way I give ten pounds, and to my servant 
Bathiah Furber fivety shillings. 



476 CuTTS Genealogy. 

10*^. Finally, I make my beloved son John & my 
daughter Hannah, execu'rs to this my last will and 
testament ; and I request and appoint my good friends, 
Mr. Joshua Moody, Mr. Richard Martin, and Mr. Reu- 
ben Hull of Portsm. and Capt. Thos. Brattle of Bos- 
ton, to be my overseers ; and unto ye s'd Moody I 
give as a legacy fivety pounds, and to the other three 
overseers thirty pounds apiece, whom I doe earnestly 
desire to be careful for the concerns of my children, 
and to order matters so for them as may be to their 
best behoofe and for the maintaining and promoting 
love between them ; and if there happen any difference 
among my wife and children about the interpretation 
of the will, or about any matter referring to these con- 
cernments therein, my will is that the partie or par- 
ties concerned shall chuse each of them a man to join 
with the overseers for the decision of any such contro- 
versy ; and wt they or the major part of them shall 
determine I will shall be the finall issue of any such 
matter. The management of my buriall I leave for 
the prudence of my beloved wife and my overseers ; 
and do oblige my exec'rs with the advice of my over- 
seers to see to the paying of the legacies above men- 
tioned, and discharging of all my just debts and 
funeral charges out of my estate. In testimony to all 
and singular ye premises, I set to my hand and seal 
this 6'^ day of May, in the year 1680, — by the premi- 
ses I mean wt. is written on ye side above and^^onlye 
other side. 



4^^^^ .3^Mr [L. s.] 



We whose names are und'r written, saw Mr. John 
Cutt, Sen'r, set his hand and seal to this instrument, 



CuTTS Genealogy. 477 

and heard liiiii declare it to be bis last will and 
testam't, this 6*^ May, 1680. 
John Fletcher, Sam'l Keais." 

A codicil was attached to this bearing date Jan. 3, 
1681, in which he says : 

" Upon consideration of ye grt. wasting of my estate 
by reason of long sickness and other bad Providences 
attending me I give my beloved wife j£400 instead of 

je50o." 

The place where he was buried in his orchard was 
situated on what is now known as Green street in 
Portsmouth, until very recently, when the land was 
desired for the railroad, and the remains of those 
therein buried were removed to the public burying- 
ground. 

The widow of President John Cutt removed to her 
husband's farm at " the Pulpit " after his death and 
remained there. Two of her husband's children, John 
and Hannah, died shortly after her husband, leaving 
only Mary and Samuel. 

In the summer of 1694, thirteen years after her 
honored husband was removed, Madam Ursula Cutt, 
as she was then known, was killed by the Indians. 
The French had instigated such deeds as this, and the 
event is the most tragic in the family history. The 
whole is pictured clearly in The Mambles about 
Portsmouth. — Ramble V. 

The royal charter given in 1679, under which 
President John Cutt served, was the only one ever 
granted to New Hampshire. He convened the first 
General Assembly held ii; the State on the 16th of 
March. Portsmouth, Dover and Hampton each sent 
three representatives, and Exeter two. These were 
all the towns in the State. 



478 CuTTS Genealogy. 

11. Ricliard Cntt lia'l bis home at New Castle for a 
time, whicli was then one of the most important towns 
on the coast. He was largely concerned in the exten- 
sive fisheries there, and at the Isles of Shoals (seven 
miles distant). These were second only to those of 
New Foundland. He built and commanded in 1660 
the fort at New Castle, erected on the site of Fort 
Constitution, for the protection of the harbor. He 
had the title of Captain. He represented Portsmouth 
seven times in the General Court between the years 
1655 and 1676, the year of his death. During his 
residence in Portsmouth his home was situated at or 
in the vicinity of the corner of Market and Deer 
streets. This house was afterward owned and occu- 
pied by his grandson, Lieutenant-Go v. George Vaughan. 
This was in the immediate vicinity of the home of his 
brother John, which was situated at or near the cor- 
ner of Market and Russell streets. Richard Cutt 
married Eleanor (Leader) (?) and had two daughters, 
Margaret and Bridget. The first-named married 
Major William Vaughan, and left numerous descend- 
ants. Bridget married Thomas Daniel, and afterward 
a Mr. GraSort, or Crawford, and left no children. 
Richard and John Cutt were among the first nine 
members of the first church in Portsmouth. — Annals 
of Portsmouth^ 1671. 

The will of Richard Cutt reads as follows : 

Rich. Cutt's Will. 

I, Richard Cutt, of Portsmouth, in Piscataqua, being 
in perfect memory and good health, yet considering 
that man's life is short and his end often times sudden, 
and not knowing how the Lord may deal with me, I 



CuTTs Genealogy. 479 

thought meet, as becomes a Christian man, to set my 
house in order before my death, and do therefore make 
and appoint this my last will and testament, thereby 
revoking all wills by [me] formally made. 

Imp. — I commit my soul into the hands of God that 
gave it through Christ Jesus, who I hope hath re- 
deemed it, and believe that he is able to keep what I 
have committed unto him untill that day. I allso 
comraitt my body to a decent buriall in the earth, in 
hope of a Joylull resurrection. My worldly estate I 
dispose of as f olloweth : 

First. — I give and bequeath unto my beloved wife, 
Elenor Cutt, my now dwelling house, with the bake 
house, brew house, barn, and all houseing thereunto 
belonging ; with the log ware house and wharfing, my 
stone ware house only excepted ; together with my 
garden, orchard, and all the land in fence in the home 
field, adjoining to my house ; as allso my corn mill, 
with my house and barn at the up at the creek, with 
all the upland and meadow thereunto belonging, so 
far as home, unto the land which I bought of Hugh- 
bertus Mattone, excepting the tan yard and building 
thereunto belonging, and the land on that side of the 
floom. All which premisses before mentioned, except 
what is excepted, I will shall be in the hands and to 
the use and behoof of my dearly beloved wife, afore- 
said, during her natural life. And, after her death, I 
give and bequeath my whole estate, afore said, unto my 
grandson, Cutt Vaughan, with all the privileges and 
appurtanances thereunto belonging, to be to him and 
his heirs forever, and it shall come into his hands att 
the age of twenty one years. But if he die before that 
age then I give it to the next heir, male ; and if there 
be no heirs, male, then to the next heir that shall sur- 
vive. Furthermore I give unto my said wife all my 



48o CuTTS Genealogy. 

plate, brass, pewter, iron, beding utensils belonging 
to the house, together with all my stock of cattle, to 
be absolutely at her disposal, when and to whorae and 
where she pleases — and the five negro servants. 

2"^. I give to my dauo;hter, Margaret Vaughan, my 
stone ware house, and that part of the woodfield join- 
ing unto that which was John Pickrins, and reaching 
home to W"". Hart's on the west, w^ith my brother, 
John Cutt, on the west, the way that goes to the 
Creek on the north, and Christopher Jose, on the east, 
together w^ith the tan-yard, houseing and the stock 
therein, and the little field on the south of the floom ; 
always excepting and reserving the high-way as it is 
now to the farm and to the other mill, which is to be 
kept free for the use of the mill and the house by it. 
All which I give to my daughter Margaret and her 
children. If they fail then to my daughter Bridget 
and heirs after the decease of my said daughter 
Margaret. 

3^. Unto my beloved daughter Bridget and her heirs 
forever, I give the remainder of the field commonly 
called the grate field, to say all besides what is allready 
given to her and her husband, and already sould to 
several persons, to be to her and her heirs forever, with 
all the privileges and appurtnnances thereunto belong- 
ing. I give allso to my daughter Bridget, that part of 
the wood field on the south of the highway up to the 
Creek, as it is now fenced. The other part, between 
the highway and the creek, her mother shall have 
liberty to use during her natural life, and that part 
allso shall be Bridget's after her Mother's decease. 
Likewise I give Bridget, my land in the long reach, 
next to that which was Capt Pendleton's, bring thirty 
three pole broad front on the river, and so back the 
whole depth ; which land aforesaid shall be Bridgets 



CuTTS Genealogy. 481 

& her heirs forever. If she die without lieirs, then 
it shall fall to the heirs of her sister Margaret, after the 
decease of my said daughter Bi'idget. 

4*11, I give my son William Vaughan, my land on 
the Great Island, bought of Mr. Mason, and that acre 
given me by the town, which was laid out with an 
acre of Mr. Fryer's. I all so give him two hundred 
pounds out of my estate, &> all my houseing at the 
Isle of Shoals, on Star Island: together with that 
estate both in stock and debts that is in partnership 
with him there, provided he rest satisfied therewith 
upon the account of partnership in trading, betwixt us 
there. If he be not satisfied so, then, that the Island 
to be sould and the estate there valued and the balance 
to be given him out of my other estate, when our ac- 
counts are made up. And I do by these presents 
oblige my son, Willam Vaughan, not to expect any 
more out of my estate, for salary or any thing done for 
me, at home or abroad, besides what he hath already 
received and is above expressed. 

5th^ I give my well beloved son Thomas Daniel, two 
hundred pounds out of my estate. 

6'^. Further more I give to my grand son, Cutt 
Vaughan, one hundred pound. 

^th^ I give to my grand child Elenor Vaughan, that 
house and land I bought of Mr. Mattoon, with that 
part of my land that comes from the pulpit, the whole 
breadth of Mattoon's land till it come to my brother, 
John Cutt's land on the north, together with two hundred 
pounds, the legacies to be paid in money or equivalent. 

gth J gj^.g ^Q jjjy grand child, Maiy Vaughan, two 
hundred pounds in money, and the hundred and fifty 
acres of land and the meadow belonging to it, as I 
bought of Edward Hilton, as appears by bill of sale of 
Jno. Wegewood. 
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482 CuTTS Genealogy. 

d^^. Further, I will that what remains of the 20 
pounds per annum subscriV)ed to the college for myself 
and sons, be carefully discharged by my executors. 

10*''. I give to my brother John Cutt ten pound to 
bie him mourning, and ten pound to his wife and five 
pound to each of his children. 

11*^ I give to my sister Ann Shipway ten pound to 
bie mourning and five pound to my brother Shipway 
and five pound to his son John Shipway. 

12*'*^. I give to my brother Robert Cutt's wid'r five 
pounds, and to each of his children five pound, asallso 
do I forgive the debt due on the book. 

13*^. I give Mr. Joshua Moody thirty pound and to 
his five children to say forty shillings to each of them. 

14*''. I give to my coz. Jno. Hale and his wife five 
pound each of them 

15*'\ I give to the church of Portsmouth ten pound, 
to bie a piece of plate for the use of the church. 

16*''. I make my wife Elenor and my two daughters 
Margaret and Bridget my executors to whom 1 give 
the rest of my estate, as well shipping or what else 
due to me in any part of the world, my debts and lega- 
cies paid and what remains to be divided in equeal 
thirds between my wife and daughters. I make my 
brother Jno. Cutt, Mr. Joshua Moody, my son William 
Vaughan, and my son Thomas Daniel, my overseers, 
to see this my will performed. To the truth of this 
I have hereunto set my hand seal this tenth of May 
1675, Ports mo', in Piscataqua. 

Per mee E,ich'd Cutt, [l. s.] 

We whose names are under written do attest that 
Richard Cutt did own this to be his volentary act and 
deed. 

Jno. Wioall, Jno. Fletchee." 



CuTTS Genealogy. 483 

III. Robert Cutt came to the Piscataqua plantation 
several years after bis brothers John and Richard. 
He went to St. Christophers first, where he found his 
first wife. After her death he went to the Barbadoes. 
Undoubtedly he had business with his brothers while 
there, receiving fish and lumber from them, and send- 
ing West India goods in return. When he went to 
Portsmouth he lived awhile at the " Great House." 
This had been the residence of his brother Richard, 
and was built by the first settlers as the manor house 
of Joha Mason, the grantee of the province, after his 
colonists established themselves at Strawberry Bank. 
Robert Cutt went from " the bank " to New Castle, 
and was probably in business there awhile. From 
there he moved to Kittery, Maine, across the river, 
where he established a ship yard, and "■ built a large 
number of vessels," accoi'ding to Brewster. 

He married Mary Hoel, the daughter of an English 
clergyman, for his second wife, a lady of English or 
Welsh parentage. Whether she became his wife at the 
Barbadoes or after reaching this country is not certain, 
as there were a Mr. and Mrs. Hoel living at Kittery 
many years later. Of the life of Robert Cutt after 
his settling at Kittery little has been preserved. In 
common with that of his brothers John and Richard it 
doubtless had its share of the toils, privations and 
hardships of those early days. He had a companion 
and friend in the high born Francis Champernowne, 
who was his neighbor, and after Robert's death mar- 
ried his widow. In 1665 they were made, by the 
companies sent by the crown, Justices of the peace, 
with authority to manage jointly for the time all the 
affairs of that part of the province of Maine. Robert 
Cutt died at Kittery the last of June, 1674, having 
made his will but a few days before. In this brief 



484 CuTTS Genealogy. 

document lie leaves his wife and oldest son, Richard, 
managers of his affairs. His widow married hei- hus- 
band's friend, Francis Champernowne, within two 
years after her husband's death. Her second husband 
w^as the most distinguished man in the colony : a de- 
scendant of the house of Plantagenet and of many 
of the most noble families of the west of Eng- 
land. His father, Arthur Champernowne, was first 
cousin of Sir Walter Raleigh and Sir Humphrey Gil- 
bert. After her husband (Champernowne) died, in 
December, 1687, she removed with her daughter, 
Mrs. Eliot, to South Carolina, where her daughter, 
Mrs. Screven, lived. She was probably buried there. 
Of the three brothers, John, Richard and Robert, only 
the burial place of the first-named is known. Richard 
was probably buried in Portsmouth, perhaps at " The 
Point of Graves." Robert may have been buried on 
his farm in Kitter3^ but no stones remain to mark 
these spots. He left an estate valued at £890, includ- 
ing eight negroes. 

IV. The only known records of Anne Cutt, their sis- 
ter, who married John Shipway, are in the will of Rich- 
ard Cutt, who mentions her as his sister (and speaks of 
her husband and son), and in a deed of " 1 acre of 
upland " from John and Richard.* There are interest- 
ing records of her husband's and sons' estates in the 
Probate Records at Exeter, N. H. From the sister not 
beinp' mentioned in the will of John Cutt, who died in 
1681, it is presumed that she and her husband died in 
the interval between the death of Richard and John. 

* Rockingham Co., N. H., Reg. of Deeds, v. 2, 123, 1666. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 485 

Second Generation. 
VII. Hannah Cutt, daughter of President John and 
Hannah (Starr) Cutt, was married about eleven months 
after her father's death, to Col. Richard Waldron, when 
she was only fourteen years and six months of age. 
She died Feb. 14, 1682, on giving birth to a son (Samuel) 
who lived to be ten months old. Her husband married 
later Elinor Vaughan, daughter of Wm. and Margaret 
(Cutt) Vaughn, and own cousin of his first wife. 

CoL. Richard Waldron, a son of Major Rich- 
ard Waldron, was born in Dover, N. H., in 1650, 
and early removed to Portsmouth. He was chosen 
a representative in the General Assembly in 1691, 
and a member of the Royal Council in 1692. He 
was a justice of the Court of Common Pleas from 1 702 
until 1706; judge of Probate from 1708 until 1730, 
and held the commission of colonel in the Provincial 
Militia. He died in Portsmouth, Nov. 3d, 1730, three 
years after the death of his wife, Mrs. Eleanor 
(Vaughan) Waldron, He had been married twice, his 
first wife, Hannah Cutt, a daughter of President John 
Cutt, was a cousin of his second wife and died in 1682. 
Her only child died at the age of eleven months. Col. 
Waldron's mercantile education was received in 
Charlestown, Mass., under George Willoughby. 

VHI. Mary Cutt, youngest daughter of Pres. John 
and Hannah (Starr) Cutt, married Samuel Peuhallow 
of Portsmouth, in her eighteenth year, July 1, 1687. Her 
husband was a native of St. Mabyn, where he was born 
in 1661 (May 30), and came to this country, when he 
was about twenty-five. His object was to take a course 
at Harvard College and fit himself for the ministry. He 
was a pupil of Rev. Charles Morton, whose school near 



486 CuTTS Genealogy. 

London was broken up by the government, and ac- 
companied bis instructor to New England at bis request. 
He soon gave up the idea of becoming a clergyman and 
removed to Portsmouth when he met his wife and was 
shortly after married. She had been under the tuition 
of Rev. Mr. Moody after her father's death, who gave 
her " a pious and liberal education." After their mar- 
riage her husbaud "accumulated a large estate and 
lived in a style not inferior to any of the first rank in 
the government. He was given to hospitality ; his 
house was open to every stranger of distinction who 
visited the town, and the poor found in him at all times 
a friend ready to relieve their distress." He filled 
many important offices during his life, such as Magis 
trate, one of his Majesty's council. Justice of the 
Superior Court of Judicature, and Chief Justice of the 
same court. He was also Treasurer of the province. 
He was perhaps most distinguished as author of 
the "History of the Wars of New England with the 
Eastern Indians," first published in 1726. Very few 
copies of the work are now in existence, it was repub- 
lished in " The New Hampshire Historical Collections " 
in 1824. He died December 2, 1726, nearly fourteen 
years after his wife, who died February 8, 1713. We 
quote the following extracts from a manuscript obituary 
notice of Mrs. Penhallow^ written by her husband. 
"She w^as Pleasant in her family, Afi:'able with her 
neighbors, Compassionate to the Poor, Courteous unto 
Strangers, reserved in Company, Ex23ressing herself 
with a modesty bordering on bashfulness -^ * -^ She 
was excellently w'ell skilled both with the pen and her 
needle, a good accomptant, and able to take any sermon 
in short hand as it was delivered. Her attire was 
always neat and handsome, an utter enemy unto any 
thing gay or fashionable; as she was not so modish as 



CuTTS Genealogy. 487 

to be first in fashion, neither was she so singular as to 
be the last out of it. In her family she was admirable 
^ * ■'^ As a Mistress, one w^ho alw^ays allowed suffi- 
ciency of food and raiment (Prov. 31 : 13, 14), was 
fulfilled in her [' she wrought willingly in Wool and 
flax, and brought her food from afar '] — and in sickness 
she was very tender of any member of her household. 
The like care she did show to her very negroes, 
especially in catechising and learning them to read the 
Bible, and a little time before she was taken ill, was 
heard to say that she esteemed the souls of her servants 
next to her own children and was therefore obliged to 
mind them ^' ^' * Her funeral sermon was preached 
by Rev. Mr. Nathaniel Rogers." 

Upon the occasion of her death Cotton Mather, the 
famous divine, who was an intimate friend of the family, 
wrote as follows to her husband. 

" My very dear friend, 

"No words are enough to express my sympathising 
sorrow for the loss you have sustained, alas ! that can- 
not in this world be repaired, a breach that cannot be 
healed. 

" You have lost an incomparable Consort, an invalu- 
able blessing, one of the finest w^omen in the world, 
never displeased her husband but once, and that was 
when she died. May the all sufficient comforter fill 
you with his good consolations, and help you & both 
of us to Glorify him in our disconsolate wddowhood. 

'' I am Sir 

"Your most affectionate friend & Servant, 

" Cotton Mather." 

The longest and best memoir of Samuel Penhallow 
was written by Nathaniel Adams, Esq., of Portsmouth, 



488 CuTTS Genealogy. 

N. H., and published in vol. 1. of ^'The Collections of 
the New Hainpsliire Historical Society." A very 
complete account of the Penhallow family will be 
found in the pamphlet compiled by the late Pearce 
W. Penhallow and published first in the " New-Eng- 
land Historical and Genealogical Register" for 
January, 1878, and afterward republished in a revised 
form in 1885 with additions, etc. We regret we can- 
not reproduce, on account of lack of space, some of the 
letters therein given. 

IX. Samuel Cutt, the youngest son and child of 
President John and Hannah (Starr) Cutt, is less 
known from record than any member of his father's 
family. The date of his birth is unknown, and also 
the surname of his wife. It is traditional in the 
family that he married Eleanor Harvey in 1693-4 and 
died in Oct., 1698, leaving two sons, John and Samuel. 
As surviving heir of President John Cutt he sells Elihu 
Gunnison 154 acres at Goose Cove on June 15, 1695.* 

His brother John Cutt who died unmarried some 
X Uv*^ years before he did is spoken of in Book IV of York 
^ deeds, as " cosson " to Rev. Mr. Hull. Whether there 

was any relationship) or not is not definitely known. 
In his will he mentions among other items the follow- 
ing of interest. To his son John his "great Silver 
Salt" and a "seal gold-ring;" to his son Samuel a 
" Silver Tankard " and " gold ring " besides lands. 
He was administrator to the estate of his step-mother 
who was killed by the Indians in 1694. His line in 
the male descent has, so far as known, entirely died 
out, and nothing in fact is known of any descendants 
of his to-day. Of his sons there is even less known 
than of himself. As we are placing our biographical 
sketches in order however we will speak of them later. 

* Book IV. "York Deeds." 



CuTTS Genealogy. 489 

X. Margaret Cutt, eldest child and daughter of 
Richard and Elinor (Leader [?] ) Cutt, married William 
Vaughan, about three years after his arrival in Ports- 
mouth from England. No records of her life are 
known to be in existence to-day. Her husband was 
for some yeai's a partner with her father, as may be 
seen by reading her father's will. She was eighteen 
years of age at the time of her marriage which occurred 
eight years before her father's death. Her husband 
was one of the most eminent men in the town and like 
Penhallow, Daniel, Waldron and others who inter- 
married with Cutts descendants was honored alike by 
young and old. The following brief sketch of his life 
is condensed from a manuscript by the late Hon. Geo. 
E. Hodgdon, of Portsmouth, N. H. 

m (y^^'^^^'^^^ythe eldest son of 

George and Mary 
(Boxall) Vaughan, 
married Margaret Cutt, a daughter of Richard and 
Eleanor (Leader [?]) Cutt, of Portsmouth, N. H., Decem- 
ber 8, 1668. Eight children were born to them, whose 
descendants are the only representatives of Richard 
Cutt and his wife now living (he having no male heirs 
to continue his name). Young Vaughan came to New 
England from London about 1664. He was the oldest 
of three children, and was only about 23 when he left the 
old country to seek his fortune in a new land. Educated 
by Sir Josiah Child in London, and coming from a noble 
lineage (his grandfather was Sir Roger Vaughan), it 
was but little wonder he made his way up quickly. 
His name first appears on the records of Portsmouth, 
N. H., on March 8, 1665-6, when he was elected 
constable under the jurisdiction of Massachusetts. 
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490 CuTTS Genealogy. 

He was made a freeman in 1669, commissioned lieu- 
tenant of cavalry in 1672, and promoted to captain in 
1680. In all pul)lic affairs, local and colonial, he was 
both active and influential, and for many years one of 
the most prominent men in the early history of New 
Hampshire. He was named as one of the royal coun- 
cillors September 18, 1679, in the charter granted by 
Charles the Second, constituting New Hampshire a 
separate province. (Pro. Papers of N. H., 1 : 373.) 
In 1681 he was commissioned by President Waldron 
major commanding the militia of the province. When 
this charter was annulled by the appointment of 
Edward Cranfield as lieutenant-governor and com- 
mander-in-chief of New Hampshire, in 1682, Major 
Vaughan was appointed one of the new council. (Pro, 
Papers of N. H., 1 : 434:.) His military commission, 
however, was revoked, and for non-compliance with 
Gov. Cranfield's arbitrary measures in 1683, he was 
deprived of his seat in the council and soon after im- 
prisoned for nine months in the province jail at Great 
Island, now New Castle. While in prison he sent a 
petition to the chief justice to be freed from imprison- 
ment. The original, in his own handwriting, is now 
preserved in the archives of the State of New Hamp- 
shire. During his imprisonment Major Vaughan kept 
a journal of the important events of that period, 
extracts from which, with corroborative affidavits of 
prominent citizens, embodied in a letter, he transmit- 
ted to Hon. Nathaniel Weare, at that time agent of 
the province at London. This document is still extant, 
and fully described the oppressive character of the 
administration of Gov. Cranfield. It was, doubtless, 
the basis of action which resulted in the removal from 
office of that arbitrary governor. Major Vaughan was 
one of the justices of the Common Pleas from 1680 to 



CuTTS Genealogy. 491 

1686 : he was reappointed to command the militia in 
1690, and under Lieut.-Gov. Usher was reappointed 
to the council in 1692, of which he continued a mem- 
ber until 1698. From 1696 to 1698 he was treasurer 
of the province; register of deeds from 1697 to 1702 ; 
admitted to the council again 1701, he was president 
of that body from 1706 to 1715, and for the same 
period chief Justice of the Superior Court. His death 
occurred in Portsmouth November 12, 1719, when he 
was 78 years of age ; this was twenty-nine years after 
the death of his wife, who died January 22, 1690, and 
was interred in the old Point of Graves burial ground 
in Portsmouth, N. H. 

XI. Bridget Cutt, second child and daughter of 

Richard and Eleanor (Leader) Cutt, married Capt. 

p^ _j^ (for whom Daniel street, 

^Trfo j)cLriU^ Portsmouth, was named). 

The exact date of her mar- 
riage is unknown but, certainly before 1675, as Thomas 
Daniel is mentioned in the will of Richard Cutt at that 
time (as the husband of his daughter Bridget). Thomas 
Daniel was the builder of the old Wentworth House in 
Daniel street, which was tornjdown in 1855,* and a resi- 
dent of that region as early as 1652. He was one of 
the councillors appointed^to serve with President 'John 
Cutt in 1679, and a magistrate for Dover and Ports- 
mouth in 1676. His death occurred Nov. 13, 1683. 
Thirteen months later, Dec. 11, ]684, the widow 
Bridget Daniel married Thomas Graffort or Crawford, 
of whom even less is known than of her first husband. 
She had no children by either. Her second husband 
died Aug. 6, 1697, and she survived him until May 
30, 1709.* In the year 1700 she made a present of 

* "Brewster's Rambles about Portsmoutb," Ramble XII-XV. 



492 CuTTS Genealogy. 

the street now known as Daniel street (then Graffort's 
Lane) to the place of her birth, and a lot of land for a 
public school-house. The gift was made in the follow- 
ins: lano-uaere : 

"For divers good causes and considerations me here- 
with moving, but more especially for the love and 
affection I have unto the town of Portsmouth, the 
place of my birth, I have given unto the said township 
of Portsmouth forever all the bye way or street from 
the Fort at Strawberry Bank in said town, taking its 
beo'innintr from the corner of the house of Ichabod 
Playsted and so running Easterly nearest to the river 
of Piscataqua, as it is now being laid out and fenced, 
being in the broadest part about thirty feet more or 
less — tosrether also with that highway or lane from 
my new dwelling house to the house of John Hoddey 
mariner, being about twenty feet wide, as now laid out 
and fenced. As also one lot of land in my great field 
for erecting a school-house and conveniences thereunto 
for the use of the same, which lot of land is to be 
forty-six feet front towards the south, and eighty eight 
feet north in said field abutting upon the lot sold by 
my late husband, Thomas Graffort, merchant, to the 
east to John Dennett and others, my land in said 
field." 

For half a century after Daniel street was opened it 
bore the name of Graffort's lane. 

The town did not improve the lot as directed, but in 
1735 sold it to Ebenezer Wentworth in exchange for 
the lot of land with a small school house upon it, the 
spot where the present brick school-house in State 
street now stands.* 

Mrs. Graffort was not the only member of her family 
in that day interested in the then town of Portsmouth 

* " Brewster's Rambles," No. 12, page 77. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 493 

and education in general This may be seen in the 
will of lier father, and her uncle Pres. John Cutt. 
They were both thoroughly interested in " the college " 
(Harvard), and gave liberally toward its support. In 
the will of Mrs. Graffort she mentions a portrait of 
Capt. Thos. Daniel, her first husband, to be given to his 
nephew John in London, also a " scale ring," etc. These 
would be interesting relics now if they could be placed 
in some historical rooms in Portsmouth or vicinity. 
Capt. Daniel's death occurred in a time of great mor- 
tality, and his death was greatly deplored. Kev. Mr. 
Moody preached the funeral sermon from II Samuel, 
2: 30. " There lacked of David's servants nineteen 
men and Asahel."* 

XII. Richard Cutt, son of Robert and Mary (Hoel) 
Cutt, married Joanna Wills, daughter of Thomas and 
Lucia (Treworgye)^^ Wills of Kittery, Maine, in 1686. 
He is supposed, by some, to have been a son of Robert 
Cutt by his first wife.f There is no definite authority, 
however, for this statement, and in absence of any such 
we prefer to take it for granted that he was the oldest 
son and child of Robert, by his second wife. He had a 
family of thirteen children, six of whom, at least, were 
married, and the descendants of his two sons, Richard 
and Thomas, are the only ones known to day as bearing 
the Cutts name. 

The land now known as " Cutts Island " was origi- 
nally in the possession of Capt. Francis Champeruowne, 
who married Richard Cutts' mother. It was then called 
Champernowne's Island. At the decease of Capt. 
Champeruowne he willed to his wife and her daughter 
by her first husband, Mrs Humphrey Elliot (Eliza- 

* N. H. Provincial Papers, I, 374. 

f Savage's " Genealogical Dictionary." 



494 CuTTS Genealogy. 

betli Cntt) his island home in equal parts. Soon 
after this it was conveyed to Richard Ciitt, Mrs. Mary 
Champernowne's oldest son, whose descendants have 
owned the larger part and resided upon it until re- 
cently. It is on this island that Champernowne is 
buried, and members of his wife's family and descend- 
ants. Their remains are unmarked, save for a pile of 
cobble stones over Champernowne's grave, and a slate 
tablet erected to the memory of Mary Cutt Chauncy, 
which is spoken of elsewhere. Beside this large 
island Richard Cntt had acquired a fine estate from 
his father (Robert^) and was a man of wealth and dis- 
tinction. In the years 1694-5-7-8-9-1700-6 he 
served as selectman in Kittery. While the date of his 
death is not definitely known it is presumed to have 
occurred in 1735-6, as at that time his son Richard 
dropped the "Jr." after his name. 

XIII. Elizabeth Cutt, daughter of Robert and Mary 
(Hoel) Cutt, married Humphrey Elliot before July 13, 
1685 ; her step-father, Francis Champernowne, gave at 
that date a deed of land to "Elizabeth Elliot, daughter of 
Mary, my beloved wife," etc. Her son, Champernowne 
Elliot, is mentioned in her step-father's will made Nov. 
16, 1686. Her husband is thought to have been a son 
of Robert Elliot of colonial fame, by his first wife, 
Margery Batson. Some have doubted this, but it seems 
to be a reasonable conclusion. Mr. and Mrs. Elliot re- 
moved to South Carolina, at or about the same time 
that their brother-in-law. Rev. AVm. Screven, went on 
account of persecution. After the death of her hus- 
band Mrs. Elliot married again, her second husband 
beingr Thomas AVitherick. It is not known whether 
her son Champernowne was married or not. He is 
mentioned in the 3^^ volume of the Statutes at lai'ge of 



CuTTS GenealoCxY. 495 

Soutli Carolina, on page 71 as one of the "Inquirers" 
as to property subject to taxation for that part of 
8aint Andrew's parish lying south of Ashley river. 
This was on Feb. 20, 1719, some thirty odd yeai's after 
his parents' marriage. In 1729 the following is found 
on South Carolina Records.* 

" Elizabeth Witherick, widow 

To 
Ann Elliott, wife of Thos. Elliott Sr. Deed of Gift 2 
July 1729 of 100 acres in Berkely Co. 'in considera- 
tion of love I bear my sister said Ann Elliott.'" 
Whether Thomas Elliott and Humphrey were brothers 
may be inferred from this document as above ex- 
pressed. The descendants of Thomas are numerous. 
Of the family of Humphrey and Elizabeth Elliott very 
little indeed is known save that they had two sons and 
perhaps other children. Mrs. Elliott was living as late 
as 1729 (then Mi's. Witherick) having become a 
second time a widow. All known descendants are 
through her son Robert, who is supposed to have been 
the Robert who married Elizabeth Screven, in which 
case it was a marriage of cousins, so common at that 
time. The Elliots of South Carolina and adjacent 
states have always been a distinguished family, and it 
is to be hoped that some day some antiquarian can un- 
ravel their family line and give the students of family 
history a volume worthy of their achievements and 
fame. 



XIV. Bridget Cutt, second daughter of Robert and 
Mary (Hoel) Cutt, married July 23, 1674, Rev. William 
Screven. They resided for many years in Kittery, 
Me. Her husband was employed in hokiing religious 



*MSS. of Hon. Wm. Elliott. 



496 CuTTS Genealogy. 

meetings in Lis own house, having entered into particii* 
lar membership with the First Baptist Chui'ch in Bos- 
ton, Mass. He came from Somerton, England, an in- 
land town, 13 miles south of Wells, and 128 miles 
west of London. 

On June 21, 1681, he had from the church in Boston 
a license to preach, dated June 11, 1681, which read 
as follows : 

" We do appoint, approve and encourage our beloved 
brother W™ Screven to exercise the gift in the place 
where he lives or else where, as the providence of God 
may cast him, and so the Lord help him to eye his 
glory in all things and so to walk humbly in the fear 
of his name. 

" Signed by us in behalf of the rest, 

"Iaasc Hunt, 
"John Faenum." 

This caused his persecution at Kittery, even as the 
Baptists had suffered at Boston. Those who attended 
his meetings were summoned to answer for their con- 
duct and threatened with a fine of five shillings should 
they repeat the offense. He continued to preach, how- 
ever, to all who attended and was apprehended and 
taken before the general court. On the court records 
is the following entry : 

" W"' Screven convicted of the contempt of his 
Majesty and authority and refusing to submit himself 
to the sentence of the Court, prohibiting his public 
preaching, and declaring his resolution to persist in it, 
was made to give bond for his good behavior for the 
future, and as a delinquent to stand committed until 
the judgment of this court be fulfilled." 

Again, 

" The court having considered the offensive speeches 



CuTTs Genealogy. 497 

of W'" Screven, by his rash and inconsiderate words 
tending to blasphemy do adjudge to the delinquent to 
pay £10 into the Treasury of the province and the 
Court forbid him under any pretence to keep any private 
exercises upon the Lord's day, either in Kittery or in 
any place within the limits of the Province of Maine. 
He must observe the public worship of God in our 
public assemblies, according to the laws here established 
in the Province upon such penalties as the law requires 
uj)on such neglect of the premises." 

So far was he from yielding to such sentences that 
on the 13th of Sej^tember, he with the rest sent a 
request to Boston "that Elder Hull and the others 
might visit and form them into a church which was 
granted. A covenant was solemnly signed on Septem- 
ber 25 1682 by W°^ Screven, Elder Humphrey 
Church wood. Deacon Robert Williams, John Morandy, 
Richard Cutt, Timothy Davis, Leonard Browne, W"^ 
Adams, Humphrey Ayells, Geo. D. Litten and a num- 
ber of sisters. They were unable to maintain their 
ground, however, more than a short time. The con- 
gregation and minister were so persecuted that they 
fled to Cooper River near Charleston So. Carolina. 
They called the settlement Somerton after the English 
house of William Screven. They came there late in 
1682. The spot is not exactly known. Mr Screven 
wrote a treatise to his congregation entitled * An orna- 
ment for church members, &c.,' which was printed but 
no copies are known to exist to-day. While he was 
visibly declining his old age and retirement were not 
spent in indolence and ease. He looked only for that 
rest which is to come. Instead of remaining in town 
where he might have enjoyed a competency and the 
society of his numerous family and friends he removed 
his residence to the head of Winyan Bay, purchased 
63 



498 CuTTS Genealogy. 

and settled the land on which Georgetown is now 
built, and preached to those around when his health 
permitted. He was eminent through his entire life 
for devoted piety and religious usefulness. His death 
occurred on October 10"' 1713, when he had completed 
his 84''^ year (b. in Somerton 1629). His tomb is on 
Screven street in Georgetown. Of the descendants of 
the eleven children of Rev. W^ & Mrs. Biidget 
(Cutt) Screven no record exists except in two cases. 
Of these there are so many that had we a like number 
for all it would be impossible to bring them all in the 
limits of this volume. The resting place of Mrs. 
Screven is unknown."^ 

XVI. Sarah and Mary Cutt, youngest daughters of 
Kobert and Mary (Hoel) Cutt, were unmarried when 
the will of their step-father, Francis Champernowne, 
was made. They afterward married John Moore and 
"William Bryar. Their descendants were not numerous, 
and are chiefly resident in the vicinity of Kittery. 
They were both mentioned in Champernowne's will, 
as then unmarried. 

XVII. Robert Cutt (2d), the youngest son and child 
of Robert and Mary (Hoel) Cutt was born in Kittery, 
Maine, in 1673. He married Dorcas Hammond, 
daughter of Major Joseph and Katherine (Frost) Ham- 
mond, April 18, 1698. His mother-in-law was a sister 
of Major Charles Frost, a man of much consideration 
in the colony and commander-in-chief of the west prov- 
ince of Maine. Robert Cutt 2d lived at the Garrison 
house at '• Whi2:>ple's Cove " back of the present navy 
yard, and directly opposite the Marine Barracks. This 
was afterward known as the " Whipple Garrison- 

* See " Morgan Edwards', Isaac Barnes' and Dr. Ramsey's Histories." 



CuTTS Genealogy. 499 

house," from liis son-in-law, wlio inherited it from him. 
It is probable that this house was built and occupied 
by the first Robert Cutt. It is still standing, but has 
been greatly modernized and altered. He died on the 
24th of September, 1735, aged 62. His wife survived 
him twenty-two years, dying November 17, 1757. in her 
83d year, both were buried in Kittery Point church- 
yard. They left four daughters, of whom Mary, the 
eldest, was mother of William Whipple, a signer of the 
Declaration of Independence. 

Third Generation. 

XVIII. John Penhallow, 2d son of Samuel and Mary 
(Cutt) Penhallow, married Elizabeth Butler, widow of 
John Watts, and daughter of Peter and Elizabeth 
(Brown) Butler in 1719. He had been in partnership 
with her husband. Upon the death of his father inl72H 
he became the sole executor of his estate. Before this 
he had served as clerk of the Superior Court in New 
Hampshire in 1711, and later was with his brother-in- 
law, James Pemberton, merchant in Boston. After the 
death of his partner. Watts, he continued the work so 
well begum by Watts in the settlement of Arrowsic 
Island.'^ His principal residence was at Portsmouth, 
however, after the death of his father. In 1732 he 
gave a deed to land in Portsmouth which locates the 
true site there of Graffort's fort. It reads as follows:f 
"To all people to whom these psents shal come John 
Penhallow of Portsmo in N.-Hampse In N. Engld Esqr 
Sendeth Grreeting know ye yt ye said John Penhallow 
as Executr to ye last Will & testament of his Honed 
father Sam'll Penhallow Esq'r Dec'd. for ye paymt of 
ye debts &l Legacies of ye Deed tfe In Consideration of 

* " Penhallow Family," pp. 23-4. 
f County Registry at Exeter, N. H. 



500 CuTTS Genealogy. 

ye sum of Seventy pounds Curtt money of N. Engld 
to bim lu band l)efoi'e ye Ensealing & Delivery bereof 
wel &, truly paid Tbirty pounds tbereof by Henry 
Hope of Boston In N. Engld mercbtt as a gift & Bene- 
faction towards ye Purcbase of a lott of laud as bere- 
after Bouudd for ye Building of a Cburcb or Cbapple 
tbereou ye otber part being forty Pounds paid by ye 
Hon'ble Henry Sberbun Escj'r, Bening Weutwortb, 
Tbeodore Atkinson, Josepb Pierce <fe Isaac Sumners 
all of Portsmo aforesd as a Committee cbosen by ye 
Society or Benefactors and Subscribers for ye Building 
sd Cburcb or Cbapel ye Rectt of web said sums ye sd 
Jobn Penballow dotb bereby acknowledge & bimselfe 
tbereof and tbere witb fully satisfied and Contented 
batb Given Granted Bargaind Sold Aliend Enfeoffd 
Conveyd & Confirmd <fe by tbese psents dotb fully 
freely & absolutely Give, Grant, Bargain, Sell Alien 
Enfeoff Convey &, Confirm unto ye Committee aforesd 
and tbeir Successors ye Wardens of ye sd Cburcb or 
Cbapple & tbeir Successors forever all yt lot or peice 
of land Scituate, Lying & being in Portsmo afore sd 
at a place calld & known by ye name of Graffords 
Plill wbere ye ffort called Grafford's ffort formerly 
stood beino; Buttd <fe Boundd as followetb Besrin- 
ning at ye Corner wbere Bow Street & Toomb Street 
meets, fronting on ye East side of Toomb Street one 
bundred foot and tben Easterly by a lot of land of 
Margret ffoys formerly Margt Vaugban eigbty foot 
tben nortberly by a tryangular peice of land of ye sd 
Margt ffoys ninety two foot to Bow Street &, so as yt 
ye sd cburcb lot may be ninety five foot front or rear 
on ye sd Bow Street To bane and to bold ye aforesd 
lot or peice of land Boundd as aforesd unto ye Com- 
mitte aforesd & tbeir Successors & after unto ye War- 



CuTTS Genealogy. 501 

dens of ye said Cliurcli or Cliapple & tlieir successors 
forever to and for ye use &, uses Benefit & Behoof of ye 
sd Churcli or Cliapple there building and to be Brick 
from henceforth & forever <fe to <fe for no other use &, 
uses intents or purposes wt soever ; & ye sd Jno Pen- 
hallow for himselfe his heirs Execs &, Admrs doth 
hereby Covenant, promise & grant & agree to & wth 
ye afore sd Comittee & their successors (<fe ye) War- 
dens yt may succeed & their successors In maner 
& forme following yt is to say yt at ye time of ye 
Ensealing hereof by virtue of his sd fathers Will & 
for ye paymt of his Debts & Legacies as aforesd he 
hath In himselfe full Power good Right & Lawfull 
Authority to sell & Dispose of ye pmises in manner & 
forme aforesd & farther yt ye sd Jno Penhallow doth 
hereby Covent Promise Bind & Oblige himselfe his 
heirs Exers & Admrs from hence forth & forever here- 
after to warrant & Defend all ye above Grantd & 
Bargaind pmises & ye Appurtens thereof unto ye sd 
Committe & their successors against ye Lawfull Claims 
& Demands of all tfe Every pson <fe psons whomsoever. 
In witness wrof ye sd Jno Penhallow hath hereunto 
sett his hand & seal this 29th day of June Ano Dom : 
one thousd seven hundred and thirty two 1732 : 

John Penhallow. [seal.] 

Signd seald & dd in Presence of 

John Eyre. 

Maek H. Wentworth. 

Prov of N-Hampshe Portsmo Augt : 11*^ 1732 then 
John Penhallow Esqr Acknowledgd ye foregoing In- 
strument as his Act and Deed. 

CoE : Josh : Peiece 

Just Pacs 

Recordd According to ye Origll Augt ye 12* 1732." 



502 CuTTs Genealogy. 

Such records as this are invaluable in establishing 
the sites of prominent places long since removed. John 
Penhallow died in 1735. 

XXXVI. Mary Vaughan, daughter of Wm, and Mar- 
garet (Cutt) Vaughan, married Captain Daniel King, 
Jr., son of Daniel and Tabitha (Walker) King of Lynn, 
Mass. Her husband was the eldest son of Daniel 
King and his wife. His father is variously described 
in the Salem records as '* Captain " and " Gentleman." 
In 1695 Captain Daniel King, Jr., became the admin- 
istrator of his father's estate, but he died before the 
administration was completed, and in 1714, his younger 
brother, Charles King, was made administrator. These 
administration papers describe him as "Daniel King of 
Hampshire, deceased, eldest son of Captain Daniel 
King, late of Lynn, deceased. (Salem Probate Rec- 
ords, old series. Vol. XI, p. 68.)* 

They had one son, Wm., who married Abigail 
Oborne, or Osborne, daughter of James Oborne, M. D. 
and Abigail (Atkinson) Oborne. Mrs. Oborne, ai'ter 
the death of her husband, Nov. 24, 1712, married 
Samuel Penhallow in 1714, and had one son Richard, 
who died unmarried, leaving all his property to his 
step-sister, Mrs. William King. 

XXXVIII. George Vaughan, fourth child of Major 
Wm. andMargaret (Cutt) Vaughan, graduated from Har- 
vard College in 1696 when he was but twenty years of 
age, and entered on a mercantile life in Portsmouth. 
On Dec. 8, 1697, he married Mary Belcher, a daughter 
of Hon. Andrew and Sarah (Gilbert) Belcher of Boston, 

* MSS. of Rufus King, Esq., Yonkers, N. Y. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 503 

Mass. Slie died on Feb. 3, 1699, three days after the 
birth of a daughter, who also died. 

His second wife was Elizabeth Elliot, the daughter 
of Hon. Robert and Sarah (Fryer) Elliott, whom he 
married Jan. 9, 1700. George Vaughan held the com- 
mission of colonel in the Provincial forces during 
Queen Anne's war, was elected in the year 1707 
by the General Assembly, agent of the Province in 
England. When he returned in 1709 his services 
had been so satisfactory he was immediately re-elected. 
Ujion the accession of George the Second, he was 
appointed to the office of lieutenant-governor of the 
Province. His royal commission, dated July 18, 
1715, is now in the possession of Col. Richard Cutts 
Shannon of New York, who is a direct descendant 
of Gov. Vaughan in the sixth generation. For one 
year Lieutenant-Governor Vaughan exercised the 
functions of chief mao;istrate of the Province. On 
the 30th day of September, 1717, Governor Vaughan 
resigned his office, after some months of controversy. 
This was occasioned by his ojDinions on some important 
measures not agreeing fully with those of the General 
Assembly, especially upon the excise and impost laws. 
He was succeeded by John Wentworth, a member of 
the Council. Gov. Vaughan's death occurred in Dec, 
1724. He left an estate valued at about £18,590. 
In his will he leaves to his wife a third of the income 
of his whole estate, his mansion house, Avith the 
furniture therein, and the gardens and orchards belong- 
ing thereto, and three acres of land adjoining the 
same. His children are to be maintained out of his 
estate until they arrive at the age of twenty years. 
His daughter, Mrs. Sarah Ross, has specified pieces of 
land in addition to that already given to her. Her 
husband, his son-in-law, has one hundred pounds. 



504 CuTTS Genealogy, 

Unto each of his maiden daughters he gives five hun- 
dred pounds, of which two hundred is to be in land at 
the *Bank. To his son Elliott the same amount, and 
all his eastern rights (so-called) at Scarborough and 
elsewhere. To his son William, houses and lands at the 
Bank/'^ and all the residue of his estate, as houses, 
lands, farms, marshes, mill, tan-yards and streams of 
water, etc. 

His son William is appointed sole executor and the 
will is signed and sealed on Nov. 1, 1724, one month 
prior to his death. 

XL. Margaret Vaughan, daughter of Major Wm. 
and Margaret (Cutt) Vaughan, was married twice. Her 
first husband was Captain John Foye, of Charlestown, 
Mass. (His first wife ^vas Sarah Belcher, a sister of 
Mrs. Mary [Belcher] Vaughan.) Captain Foye died in 
1732, and in 1736 she married Hon. Charles Cham- 
bers, of Charlestown, Mass., who was horn in England, 
in the county of Lincolnshire, in 1660. He was a sea 
captain and merchant, and possessed of a large estate. 
He also had been married before (his first wife being 
Miss Rebecca Pattifield). Charles Chambers was one 
of His Majesty's Council for the Province of Massachu- 
setts, a judge of the Court of Common Pleas, and a 
justice of the peace for the county of Middlesex. He 
died in Charlestown April 27, 1743, aged 83 years. 
Margaret (Vaughan) Chambers had no children, and 
removed to Portsmouth after the death of her hus- 
band, where she died August 6, 1762. She left no 
will, and Cntts Shannon, her nephew, was appointed 
administrator of her estate, which was appraised at 
£10.972. 



* The then settled portion of the town of Portsmouth. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 505 

XL VI, Major Riciiaed Cutts, son of Richard and 
Joanna (Wills) Cutt, was born in Kittery, Maine, 
April 5, 1693, and was a man of great consideration in 
the Province. He married October 20, 1T20, Eunice 
Curtis, daughter of Joseph and Sarah (Foxwell) Curtis, 
and a granddaughter of Richard and Sarah (Bony- 
thon) Foxwell. On her grandmother Bonython's side 
she could trace her ancestry back to the fifteenth 
century. In 1745, at the time of tbe expedition to 
Louisburgh, he was commissioned major in Sir Wil- 
liam Pepperrell's regiment. He was in the Legisla- 
ture of Massachusetts as a councillor from 1755 to 
1762. He also served as special justice of the Court 
of Common Pleas, as did his father before him. His 
residence was on " Cutts Island," where he and his 
wife entertained in a truly hospitable and elegant 
manner all the noted men of the day.* While a great 
many of the stories concerning his style of entertain- 
ing are fabulous, it is not to be doubted that he had a 
luxurious home for that day, and dispensed liis enter- 
tainment freely. The exact date of his death is un- 
known. His wife, Eunice, outlived him, dying in 
South Berwick, Maine (where she is buried), at the 
advanced age of 97 years. Her head-stone, in the old 
graveyard there, is inscribed as follows : 

'' In memory of Eunice, Relict of the Hon. Richard 
Cutts Esq. late of Kittery who departed this life Mar : 
29, 1795 ae. 97." 

On the 8th of April, 1724, he was one of those who 
signed a petition in which is set forth that "A house 
lately made defenceable near ye head of York River, 
built by Mr Robert Cutt, for security against the 
Indians, and the Lt. Gov'r is humbly requested to 

* See " Life and Times of Hon. Wm. Jarvis." Appendix " Cutts." 
64 



5o6 Cutis Genealogy. 

have six or eight sohliers posted there." Among those 
who signed it beside himself were Wm. Pepperrell, 
Jos. Hammond, Jno. Leighton, Nichos. Shapley and 
Wm. Pepperrell, Jr. He was selectman in Kittery 
from 1732, with a few exceptions until 1776. He was 
deacon in the church, and often spoken of in old 
records as " Deacon Richard Cutts." 

XLIX. Thomas Cutts, son of Richard and Joanna 
(Wills) Cutts, married Dorcas Hammond, daughter of 
Judge Joseph and Hannah (Storer) Hammond, Apr. 23, 
1724. He was then in the twenty-fourth year of his age. 
His wife was a niece of his uncle Robert Outt, Jr.'s, wife. 
They built them a house in the " Spruce Creek " district 
which was standing as late as Aug. 21, 1891 (owned 
by one of his descendants), and was then destroyed by 
fire. It had stood the ravages of time for 167 years, 
and with the exception of the Pepperrell and Spar- 
hawk houses was the oldest in Kittery at that time. 
There they reared eight children, five of whom were 
boys, and five lived to marry and settle down in homes 
of their own near by. The road running through 
their adjoining places is familiarly known as " the rib- 
bon road." Thomas Cutts was the first deacon of the 
Congregational church in the middle parish of Kittery, 
which was built in 1749, and organized in 1750. He 
outlived half of his children, dying in 1795 at the ad- 
vanced age of 95 years. His descendants are some- 
times spoken of by the family as the " Spruce Creek 
branch " since he was the first of the name to move 
into that part of Kittery. 

LVII. Robert Elliot, son of Humphrey and Eliza" 
beth (Cutt) Elliot, married, Eeb. 5, 1720-21, his cousin, 
Elizabeth Screven, who lived but a few years. In 



CuTTs Genealogy. 507 

Jan., 1725-6, he married Elizabetli Harford. On the 
15th of July, 1727, as appears by will of Robert El- 
liot, on file in the probate judge's office, Charleston, S. 
C, the following were his children : Artemus, Humph- 
rey, Dorothy and Elizabeth. The first named married 
Mary Burnham. Humphrey married Catharine Booth, 
a daughter of Robert and Martha (Elliott) Booth, and 
granddaughter of William and Esther Elliott of 
Berkeley."^ He speaks also of Elizabeth Witherick 
(nee Cutt) as his " beloved mother." These, so far i!S 
they go, are interesting facts in tracing the descent of 
a family who have held high positions wherever they 
happened to reside, 

LXXXIII. Mary Cuti\ daughter of Robert and Dor- 
cas (Hammond) Cutt, married Capt. William Whipple, 
May 16, 1722, son of Matthew and Joanna (Appleton) 
Whipple. Her husband was a native of Ipswich, Massa- 
chusetts. After his removal to Kittery, Maine, he fol- 
lowed the sea during several years. After the death of 
his wife's father, Mr. Whipple abandoned his nautical 
pursuits and resided on the estate in Kittery, inherited 
by his wife from her father. They had five children, of 
whom two sons, William, Jr., and Joseph, became distin- 
guished. The former as one of the signers of the De- 
claration of Independence and the other as Collector of 
Customs in Portsmouth. Their third son died in his 
young manhood unmarried. He and his parents are 
buried in the churchyard burying ground at Kittery 
Point, Maine. Mr. and Mrs. Whipple's oldest daughter 
married Robert Traill of Boston and was ancestor of the 
late James Russell Lowell, our famous poet and essayist. 
Her sister Hannah married Dr. Joshua Brackett, an 
eminent physician, but left no children. All Mr. and 

*MSS. Notes of Hon. Wm. Elliot, Beaufort, S. C. 



5o8 CuTTS Genealogy. 

Mrs. Whipple's descendants to-day are in the line of 
their daughter Mrs. Traill. Captain Whipple was a 
lineal descendant of Elder John Whipple, who came 
from Essex, England, before 1639 to Ipswich, Mass. 

LXXXIV. Katharine Cutt, daughter of Robert and 
Dorcas (Hammond) Cutt, married Hon. John Moffatt of 
Portsmouth, K H., Aug. 20, 1723. Her form is the only 
one of her immediate family that we have extant to- 
day. The portrait of Mrs. Moffatt, by Symbert, now 
owned by Alex. H. Ladd, Esq., of Portsmouth, N. H., 
is, so far as known, the oldest in existence, of any mem- 
ber of the Cutts family. 

Her husband, John Moffatt, was born in Dunstar, 
county of Somerset, England, in 1691. On his re- 
moval to this country he became a wealthy merchant 
in Portsmouth. He was an intimate friend of the 
artist Smybert, and made the voyage to this country 
in his company. They were accompanied also by 
Bishop Berkeley and his family. In Symbert's famous 
painting of " Bishop Berkeley's family," painted on the 
voyage, and now preserved in the library of Yale Col- 
lege, Smybert and Moffatt's portraits are included in 
the family. Smybert painted all Mr. Moffatt's family, 
and many of the Cutts descendants bearing other 
names.* In 1762 Mr. Moffatt built the house now 
standing on Market street, in Portsmouth, and said to 
be the finest pi'ivate mansion of colonial times now re- 
maining in New England. Mr. and Mrs. Moffatt had 
three daughters and one son, who lived to maturity 
and were united in marriage with members of the 
Sherburne, Whipple, Knight and Mason families. Mr. 
Moffatt died in Portsmouth, N. H., Jan. 22, I78r., at 

*MSS. notes of Chas. H. Ladd, Esq., and Alex. H. Ladd, Esq., Ports- 
mouth, N. H. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 509 

the advanced age of 94, having outlived his wife seven- 
teen years. Their graves are still to be seen in the 
North burying-ground of that city. 

LXXXV. Mehitable Cutt, daughter of Eobert and 
Dorcas (Hammond) Cutt, married Hon. Jotham 
Odiorne on Dec. 29, 1725. Her husband in early life 
resided at New Castle and owned and employed a large 
number of vessels in the fishing business. He afterward 
became a merchant at Portsmouth and one of the lead- 
ing men of wealth and business at that place. His house 
stood on Market square, where now stands the Ports- 
mouth Athenaeum. In 1 T36, he was a member of the 
General Assembly. In 1746 he became one of the 
Masonian pro]3rietors, and his interest in the purchase 
was the source of a large income. Mrs. Mehitable 
(Cutt) Odiorne was a lady of many accomplishments, 
and outlived her husband nearly forty years. When 
she was 80 years old, she wrote the following letter, 
which gives a fair idea of her business talent.* 

"PoETSM^ July 8, 1783. 
Thomas Odiorne, Esq 

Receiver General of Non Residents taxes. 

Sir. — I receiv*^ your fav*" of the 30*^ ult yesterday 
and observe what y° say Relating the Rates, am exceed- 
ing sorry I have not been able to settle that matter before 
this time which was really my Intention, but the repeated 
dissapointments of money and more especially for 
land I sold long since for that purpose has prevented. 
But a new prospect now opens and hope shortly to 
settle your Demands which shall be done the first 

j. * Odiorne Genealogy, 



510 CuTTS Genealogy. 

moment I am ena1)led. I am exceediug thankful for 
your patience and could wish I had not been obliged 
to have ask*^ it. If y° want a Right of Land in any 
of the towns which I am concerned in you may have 
your choice and at such price y° may think it worth. 
I am, with great Regard, y*^ most Hble servant 

Mehitable Odioene." 

Their names are recorded as communicants of the 
first church in 1746. By will of Jotham Odiorne dated 
May 19, 1751, he makes over to his wife £10,000, old 
tenor, besides her dower, to his mother Sarah Odiorne 
£500, to his sister Ann Packer £100, and the rest of 
his property to his seven children in equal shares. 

LXXXVII. Mary Ship way, daughter of John and 
Sarah (Frost) Ship way, married Rev. Jeremiah Wise, 
at the time of his taking charge of the church in South 
Berwick, Me., or a little later. He was the oldest son of 

Rev. John and Abigail ( ) Wise of Ipswich, Mass. 

His father was a man eminent in classical and theologi- 
cal attainments, eloquent in oratory, and whose compo- 
sition was rich in thought, purity, learning and piety. 
Rev. John Wise was the author in 1717 of "a Vindica- 
tion of the Government of N. E. Churches," as well as 
other ecclesiastical works, deservedly standards in 
church matters.* 

Rev. Jeiremiah Wise settled in Berwick, Maine, in 
17o7, when he was twenty-eight years of age. (The 
town of Kittery was made into two parishes — the 
upper and the lower — May 8, 1669, and Berwick 
became the name of the upper parish.) Previous to 

*MSIS. notes of Wm. Gray Wise. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 511 

his coming to Berwick Jeremiah Wise was paid as 
chaplain for the garrison in Brunswick, York Co., 
Maine. He was also paid as chaplain of the garrison 
of Fort Mary in Saco for one year ending Nov. 20, 1704. 
His ordination as pastor of the church in Berwick* 
took place on Nov. 20, 1707, seven years after his 
graduation at Harvard College. He continued in the 
pastorate there until his death, which took place on 
Tuesday, January 20, 1756, nearly fifty years after his 
establishing himself in Berwick. His salary in 1728 
was voted by the church to be established at one 
hundred and fifty pounds per year (£150) ''in public 
bills," so " long as he shall continue in the ministry 
with us." t 

His wife, Mrs. Mary (Shipway) Wise, was a de- 
scendant of some of the most distinguished families in 
New England. Through her father she was the only 
descendant living, at the time of her marriage, of 
Anne Cutt (she and her father each being the only 
child in their generation). Her mother was Sarah 
Frost, daughter of Hon. Charles and Mary (Bolles) 
Frost; this is distinctly proved in folio 116 of the 
" Maine Wills," where Charles Frost makes mention 
of John Shipway, his son-in-law, in his will dated 
1690-91, giving him land and house at Strawberry 
Bank. He refers also in the same document to his 
daughter, Sarah Shipway, and his granddaughter, 
Mary Shipway. 

Rev. Jeremiah and Mary (Shipway) Wise had ten, 
if not more, children, the descendants of the greater 
part of whom have been traced in this volume, through 
the kindly assistance of Mr. Pierrepont Wise, of Bos- 
ton, and Mr. W. Scott Jameson, of Port (ramble, 

* Now South Berwick. 

f Church Records of Berwick. 



512 CuTTS Genealogy, 

Washington, Up to the time of Mrs. Ship way's 
marriage, the descendants of Anne Cutt, whose line 
Mrs. Wise represents in this generation, had been one 
son and her grand-danghter, Mrs, Wise, From here 
the line spreads, and it has not been possible to trace 
all, but enough to give Anne Cutt a fair representation 
in this volume. 

In 1729 Rev, Jeremiah Wise preached in Boston, 
and the sermon was entitled 

Rulers of the Ministry of God 

for 

the Grood of their people 

A 

Sermon 

Preached before His Excellency 

William Burnet Esq'r 

The Honorable the Lieut, Governors 

The Council 

and 

Representatives 

of the Province of the Mass, Bay, 

in 

New England 

May 28, 1729. 

Being the day of the election of his 

Majesty's council. 

Rev, Jeremiah Wise, a preacher, 

Pastor to a church of Christ 

in Berwick.* 

He also preached the ordination sermon of the 
Rev, Samuel Haven, D, D., of the South Church of 
Portsmouth, N. H, 

* Berwick Church records. 



CuTTs Genealogy. 513 

Fourth generation. 

90. Hannah Pemberton, daughter of James and 
Hannah (Penhallow) Pemberton, married Benjamin Col- 
man, a merchant of Boston. Her hnsband was the son 
of John and Judith (Hobby) Colman. His grandfather, 
William Colman, came with his son John in " The 
Arabella "in 1671, from England. William Colman 
was born and baptized in Satterly, county of Suffolk, 
England. The Colmans of Suffolk were an old family, 
and their lineage and armorial bearings are to be found 
recorded in Burke's County Families. John Colman, 
the son, married Judith Hobby, a sister of Sir Charles 
Hobby, and portraits of these three, as well as of 
members of the Pemberton family, are still extant. 

It has been the misfortune of the compiler to be 
unable, so far, to trace any of the descendants of Mr, 
and Mrs. Benjamin Colman, except of their oldest 
child and daughter, Mary, who married Rev. Ephraim 
Ward. They had beside this, Sarah, William and 
Benjamin. It is possible that their daughter, Mrs. 
Ward, was the only one of the five to marry, but, of 
this no certain record can be given. 

96. Samuel Penhallow, son of John and Eliza- 
beth (Butler) Penhallow, married Prudence Kneeland of 
Boston, daughter of John and Prudence Kneeland, 
Nov. 9, 1749. They lived to an advanced age together 
in Portsmouth, but left no children. Brewster in his 
" Rambles " speaks of them as follows : 

"Their names were long held in veneration and 
esteem, as Deacon Penhallow and wife, walking with 
Christian uprightness, and abundant in good works. 
The Deacon was also a magistrate and administered 
justice in his sphere without tear or favor. To quote 
from a late annalist, ' Justice Penhallow was a strict 
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514 CuTTS Genealogy. 

constructionist, believing with C. J. Jay, that justice 
should be administered faithfully, impartially, and 
without delay. He recognized only two distinctions 
of character of those living under and being entitled to 
the protection of the laws, viz.: Obedience to, and dis- 
obedience of those laws. Neither the possession of 
wealth nor any adventitious coudition of life of the 
accused could influence the old Deacon.'" 

Mrs. Prudence Penhallow died July -23, 1810, when 
she was in her eightieth year. Her husband outlived 
her three years, dying Oct. 14, 1813, aged ninety- two 
years. 

97. John Penhallow, the second son of John and 
Elizabeth (Butler) Penhallow, married Sarah Went, 
worth, daughter of Hunking and Elizabeth (Wibird) 
Wentworth, and had eleven children. His wife's father 
was uncle of the then royal governor and chairman of 
the first Committee of Safety. 

Mrs. Sarah (Wentworth) Penhallow died June 3, 
1773, and John Penhallow married for his second wife 
Ann Wendell, daughter of Jacob and Sarah (Oliver) 
Wendell, and granddaughter of Dr. Jas. Oliver of 
Cambridge. She died Oct. 28, 1808. Left no issue. 
Her husband survived her but five months, dying in 
March, 1809. 



»^- MS!0^^^ mu.rytfnt>r ^'dest child 
^^'^ and daugh- 

ter of John and Elizabeth (Penhallow) Dummer, married 
Hon. Enoch Bartlett of Haverhill, Mass., in August, 
1755. Her husband was a son of Thomas and Sarah 
(Webster) Bartlett, and this was his second marriage, 
he having then one son living (Bailey) by his first wife. 
Mrs. Bartlett had two daughters, one of whom married 



CuTTS Genealogy. 515 

Nathaniel Sparliawk, Jr., grandson of General Sir 
Wm. Pepperrell. The other (Katherine) died unmar- 
ried. Mr. Bartlett was a descendant of Richard 
Bartlett, who came to Newbury in 1635. Mrs. Bart- 
lett had one brother, John, who married and left two 
daughters, both of whom died unmarried, so that 
Elizabeth (Penhallow) Dummer's line is carried down 
through the Bartlett branch. 

108. RiCHAKD Waldron, Jr., a son of Col. R-ichard and 
Eleanor (Vaughan) Waldron, was graduated from Har- 
vard College in 1712. In 1718 he married Elizabeth 
Westbrooke, a daughter of Col. Thos. and Mary (Sher- 
burne Westbrooke. He was a member of the Royal 
Council for New Hampshire in 1728 ; secretary of the 
Province for a long period, including the administration 
of Governor Belcher ; judge of Probate from 1737 to 
1742, and the representative in the General Assembly 
in 1749, of which body he was unanimously chosen 
speaker. 

■xH -r-J^ ./^^--.cZAr-' ^^^^ to Boston 
^m^.— Ji £^^P>^ rff^^^P^^ 1657. He 

^" went to Ports- 

mouth as a merchant later. In 1665 he was elected a 
representative to the General Court. From 1683 to 
1702 served as a councillor of New Hampshire. 
He was president of the Council in 1695 ; judge of 
Probate 1697 ; selectman in Portsmouth, 1679; chief 
justice Court Comtnon Pleas., 1693-5 ; captain of 
Militia, 1702 ; and died Aug. 13, 1705.* Of his three 
children., his daughter Sarah married Hon. Robert 
Elliott, \ and their daughter Elizabeth married Lt.-Gov. 
Geo. Vaughan. (See 115.) 

*N. H. Hist. Coll., Vol. III. 

f See Rockingham Co. Records, Reg. of Deeds, Vol. 3, p. 123, Oct. 26, 1676. 



5i6 CuTTS Genealogy. 

110. William Waldron, son of Ricliard and Elinor 
(Vauglian) Waldron, married Elizabeth Allen of 
Martha's Vineyard. In addition to the notes already 
given in reference to his life, we wonld add the follow- 
ing. It is taken from the third volume of Samuel Sew- 
all's Diary, j)age 385. 

"Monday, 7~ 11*^ 1727. 

"The Rev. Mr. Waldron dies, about 8, at night. Act" 
31. 

"Feria quinta, 14*^. 

" Mr. Foxcroft preaches an Excellent Funeral Sermon 

from Mat. 14: 12 ' And his disciples came and took 

up the body and buried it, and went and told Jesus.' 
Between 5 and 6, loas buried in his Grand 'p. CuWs his 
Tomb in the Old Burying place: Bearers, Rev. Mr. 
Sewall, Prince ; Mr. Cooper, Foxcroft ; Mr. Checkley, 
Gee ; Dr. Mather led the Widow. Richard Cutt Esqr. 
had a Ring, and pair of Gloves. President and several 
of the Fellows there. I followed in my Coach with 
daughter Sewall ; Eliza and Mrs. Prince ; Madam 
Foxcroft followed with her coach, and Col. Tailer's 
Chariot empty. I ordered my coach to turn up Queen 
St., by which means I stood upon the high ground 
over against Mr. Foxcroft, and saw the Bearers very 
plainly enter the burying place and pass on to the Tomb." 

This is a record which Sewall gives of the death and 
burial of Rev. Mr. Waldron. It is the only account 
known to be in existence, and also the only one where 
his place of burial is named. No other papers are 
known to be in existence which speak of his being 
buried in a Cutts tomb. Inasmuch as Mr. Sewall 
says " his Grand p. Cutts' tomb," and that was an error, 
it may have been a tomb of some other member of the 
family. Rev. Mr. Waldron was a ^?'6«^graudson of 
Richard Cutt of Portsmouth. It may be that Richard 



CuTTS Genealogy. 517 

Cutt found liis wife in Boston, and that the tomb of 
her family was called Cutt's. Certain it is there is no 
record of any Cutts tomb to-day in any of Boston's 
burial grounds. The Richard Cutt mentioned by Sew- 
all as having a ring and gloves was probably his 
mother's second cousin, Hon. Richard Cutts of Kittery, 
Me., who married Eunice Curtis. 

116. William Vaughan, son of Lieutenant-Governor 
George Vaughan and Elizabeth (Elliott) Vaughan, 
was graduated from Harvard College in the class of 
1722. He was a merchant in his native town for sev- 
eral years after the death of his father and then re- 
moved to Damariscotta, Me., and formed a settlement 
there. He was well qualified for this enterprise and 
allowed no obstacle to prevent the accomplishment of 
his views. 

It was he who first conceived and planned out the 
idea of the capture of Louisburg ; conferring with 
Governor Shirley at the time in regard to the matter. 
He (Vaughan) served as lieut.-col. and filled many 
prominent positions during the siege.* It seems un- 
fortunate that a combination of circumstances pre- 
vented his receiving all the merit that was his due ; he 
died in London in Dec, 1746, a year and a half after 
the victory. His death was very greatly regretted in 
England and America by a large circle of friends. He 
was never married. His property was given chiefly to 
his mother, and his brother and sister (Eliot and Jane 
Vaughan). 

119. Elizabeth Vaughan, daughter of Lieut.-Gov. 
Geo. and Elizabeth (Elliott) Vaughan, married William 
Bennett, a merchant of Portsmouth, N. H. As she 

*Coll. N. H. Hist. Soc, 1823, VoL II. " 



5i8 CuTTS Genealogy. 

grew older her eyesight became wonderfully clear, 
which iu her youth had not been good, and she could 
read the finest print and sew the finest " Holland " 
without the use of spectacles. When she was over 
ninety she translated the first book of Virgil. She 
died in Portsmouth, N. H., Aug. 3, 1800, being the 
last survivor of the children of Governor Vaughan.* 

123. Jane Vaughan, daughter of Lieut. -Gov. Geo. 
and Elizabeth (Elliott) Vaughan, married, 1746, Major 
James Noble, a wealthy merchant of Boston. Her 
husband was a major in the 2d Regt. of Mass. Infan- 
try at Louisbourg, 1745. He was one of the owners of 
the town of Nobleboro, Me., which was named for his 
family and by whom it was settled. They had no 
children. He died iu 1772, having married a second 
time in 1768 ; his second wife survived him. 

143. Samuel Cutts, son of Hon. Richard and Eunice 
(Curtis) Cutts, married Anna Holyoke, daughter of 
Edward and Margaret (Appleton) Holyoke, in Nov., 
1762. His wife's father was then president of Har- 
vard College. Her only brother was the famous Doc- 
tor Edward Augustus Holyoke of Salem, Mass., who 
lived to be six months over one hundred years old. 
Through her mother, Mrs. Cutts was a descendant of 
Pres. Rogers of Harvard College, Gov. Thomas Dud- 
ley, and others equally distinguished. Through her 
father she was a descendant of the families of Eliot 
and Pynchon, being nearly related to John Eliot, " the 
Indian Apostle." 

Samuel Cutts received an excellent mercantile edu- 
cation in the counting-house of Nathaniel Sparhawk of 
Kittery, Me. 

* Brewster's Rambles about Portsmouth. 



CuTTs Genealogy. 519 

His father sent him to Boston and elsewhere on 
business for him and he was thrown among the fore- 
most men of his day. His wife was related to the 
Havens of Portsmouth, and it is probable that they 
first met while she was on a visit to her cousins. 
After his marriage he built a house on Market street, 
Portsmouth, next to that now occupied and owned by 
Mr. Alex. H. Ladd. It was destroyed by fire in 1802, 
but its counterpart may be seen in Mr. Ladd's house, 
which was built about the same time. Mr. Cutts was 
a wealthy merchant ; his wharf stood directly opposite 
his house (where a row of stores now stands). In 
1771, '2, '3, '4 and '5 he was one of the selectmen in 
Portsmouth. In 1774 he was a representative in the 
General Assembly, and also a member of the First 
Committee of Safety in N. H., organized that year. 
He was also one of the Committee of Correspondence 
in regard to the preventing the importation or sale of 
tea. In 1776 he was one of the sio;ners of the " Asso- 
ciation Test," and a representative in the General 
Court in 1778. Beside these public positions he was 
twice deputy to the Provincial Congress ; these being 
the second and third sessions. It was to Mr. Cutts 
that Paul Bevere brought a letter of warning from the 
Boston Patriots. He was a member of the New 
Hampshire Assembly in 1776, and one of a committee 
of three appointed to draw up the New Hampshire 
Declaration of Independence. Mr. and Mrs. Cutts had 
five sons and four daughters, of whom two sons and 
two daughters were married. The portraits of him- 
self and wife, by Blackburn, are still extant in the 
family of their great-grandson, the late Capt. Edward 
Holyoke Cutts of Faribault, Minn. His three sons 
Samuel, Jr., George and Hampden, who all died 
unuiarried, lived to be merchants and have considera- 



520 CuTTS Genealogy. 

ble acquaintance with the world at large, through their 
voyages to different parts of the woi-ld. They were 
all, by a singular coincidence, taken ill while away 
from home antl died in foreign lands. 

Hampden was the youngest, being in his twenty- 
fifth year, and died in Demerara. He had an extensive 
library for so young a man, and many of the volumes 
are still in the possession of the descendants of his oldest 
brother, Edwar«i Cutts. Hon. Samuel Cutts died May 
29, 1801, and his widow survived him eleven years, dy- 
ing in 18 1 2. Of their descendants, through three lives, 
less than fifty are living to-day, of whom only seven 
bear the name of Cutts, and of those there are only 
three male representatives. They are Samuel H., 
Stephen H., and Charles Cutts of Lewinsville, Va., 
grandsons and great-grandson respectively of the sub- 
ject of this brief sketch. 

144. Edwakd Cutts, son of Hon. Richard and Eunice 
(Curtis) Cutts, married Elizabeth Gerrish, daughter of 
Col. Timothy and Sarah (Elliott) Gerrish, on Nov. 14, 
1758. His wife's brother, Captain Timothy Gerrish, 
married Joanna Cutts (aunt to Edward Cutts), mak- 
ing his brother-in-law also his uncle-in-law ! Mr. and 
Mrs. Edward Cutts resided in Kittery, Me., in the 
"Spruce-Creek district." They had two sons and two 
daughters, who lived to marry, of whom the most 
conspicuous was the late Edward Cutts, Esq., coun- 
sellor-at-lavv, of Portsmouth, N. H. In 1774, Edward 
Cutts, Sr., was appointed judge, and thenceforward 
known as Judge Edward Cutts. In 1775, he was 
elected representative, and in 1779-1780, councillor. 
He was judge of Probate from 1795 to 1807 ; beside 
these served on the Committee of Safety, and was 
senator uu'ier Massachusetts from 1780-1782. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 521 

147. Mary Cutts, daughter of Hon. Richard and 
Eunice (Curtis) Cutts, married Charles Chauncy, May 
21, 1756. 

Her husband was the eldest son and child of Dr. 
Charles and Elizabeth (Hirst) Chauncy, and a nephew 
of Lady Pepperrell of Kittery, Me. 

Their married life was a brief one ; for two years 
later she was laid in the graveyard on Cutt's Island, 
within which a year before her infant son had been 
laid. She was only twenty-four years old, but, if we 
may judge from the inscription on her stone (the only 
one now standing), was dearly beloved. It is not pos- 
sible now to tell the author of the lines so clearly cut 
upon her stone, but, we give it below that each one 
may judge for himself as to its merits. 

*' In this dark, silent mansion of the dead 

A lovely mother and sweet babe are laid ; 

Of every virtue of her sex possessed. 

She charmed the world and made her husband blest. 

Of such a wife, O righteous heaven bereft, 

What joy for me, what joy on earth is left. 

Still from my inmost soul the groans arise, 

Still flow the sorrows ceaseless from my eyes. 

But why these sorrows so profusely shed, 

They may add to, buji^Hie'er, can raise the dead, 

I soon shall follow the same dreary way 

That leads and opens to courts of day ; 

Then clasp them both upon the happy shore 

And bliss shall join nor death shall part us more. 

" Mary Chauncy, wife of Charles Chauncy and daugh- 
ter of the Hon''*® Kichard Cutts, Esq., died, April 25, 
1758, in the 24**^ year of her age, with her infant son 
Charles Chauncy." 
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522 CuTTS Genealogy. 

The following poem was written upon seeing this 
grave, and those who are acquainted with the author's 
writings,* think it one of her best. 

" IN KITTERY CHURCHYARD. 

"Mary, wife of Charles Chaiincy, died April 23* 
1758, in the 24'^'^ year of her age. 

" Crushing the scarlet strawberries in the grass, 

I kneel to read the slantins: stone ; Alas ! 

How sharp a sorrow speaks ! A hundred years 

And more have vanished, with their smiles and tears 

Since here was laid, upon an April day, 

Sweet Mary Chauncy in the grave away, — 

A hundred years since here her lover stood 

Beside her grave in such despairing mood, 

And yet from out the vanished past I hear 

His cry of anguish sounding deep and clear, 

And all my heart with pity melts, as though 

To-day's bright sun were looking on his woe. 

' Of such a wife, O righteous Heaven ! bereft, 

What joy for me, what joy on earth is left? 

Still from my inmost soul the groans arise, 

Still flow the sorrows ceaseless from mine eyes.' 

Alas, poor tortured soul ! I look away 

From the dark stone, — how brilliant shines the day ! 

A low wall, over which the roses shed 

Their perfumed petals, shuts the quiet dead 

Apart a little, and the tiny square 

Stands in the broad and laughing field so fair, 

And gay green vines climb o'er the rough stone-wall 

And all about the wild birds flit and call, 

And but a stone's-throw southward the blue sea 

Rolls sparkling in and sings incessantly. 

* Celia Thaxter in " The Atlantic Monthly," Jan., 1874. 



CUTTS Genealogy. 523 

Lovely as any dream the peaceful place, 

And scarcely changed since on her gentle face 

For the last time on that sad April day 

He gazed, and felt for him, all beauty lay 

Buried with her forever. Dull to him 

Looked the bright world through eyes with tears so 

dim ! 
* I soon shall follow the same dreary way 
That leads and opens to the courts of day.' 
His only hope ! but when slow time had dealt 
Firmly with him and kindly, and he felt 
The storm and stress of strong and piercing pain 
Yielding at last, and he grew calm again, 
Doubtless he found another mate before 
He followed Mary to the happy shore! 
But none the less his grief appeals to me 
Who sit and listen to the singing sea, 
This matchless summer day, beside the stone 
He made to echo with his bitter moan, 
And in my eyes I feel the foolish tears 
For buried sorrow, dead a hundred years ! " 

Mr. Chauncy survive'! his wife more than fifty years. 
In 1760 he married Joanna Gerrish, daughter of Capt. 
Timothy and Joanna (Cutts) Gerrish, and cousin to his 
first wife. They had thirteen children, six of whom 
lived to marry. From 1775-1777 and in 1780 he was 
councillor under Massachusetts. He was a graduate 
of Harvard College in 1748, and in early life was for 
many years actively engaged in the counting-house of 
his uncle. Sir. Wm. Pepperrell. He had intended to 
study for the ministry, but was prevented by ill health. 
He and his second wife were companions together 
nearly fifty years. She died three months before he 
did in 1809, and both were interred in Cotton's burying- 



524 CuTTS Genealogy. 

ground in Portsmouth, N. H., in which city they were 
then living. An extended notice of his life will be 
found in Brewster's Kamble's about Portsmouth, Ram- 
ble 257, pages 276 to 281. 

148. Thomas Cutts, son of Hon. Richard and Eunice 
Curtis) Cutts, married Elizabeth, daughter of Domini- 
cus and Rebecca (Smith) Scammon of Saco, Me., in 
August, 1762. They had eight children, four of whom 
were sons, and all of them lived to marry. Thomas 
Cutts left Kittery when he was quite a young man, 
and went to Saco (then Pepperrellboro) in 1758. He 
had been before that in the counting room of Sir Wm. 
Pepperrell and received a mercantile education there. 
From Folsom's History of Saco and Biddeford we ex- 
tract the following from his notice of Colonel Cutts : 

" Having served a clerkship with Pepperrell, he 
early commenced business, it is said, at Kittery, but 
proving unfortunate in his first enterprise he left the 
place and soon after, about 1758, came to this town. 
He was then but twenty-two years of age with a capi- 
tal of only $100, for which and to a greater amount he 
was indebted to his father. He first took a room in 
Dr. White's house when he began trading on a small 
scale. By practicing the most rigid economy, even to 
the preparation of his own food, thereby avoiding the 
expense of board, and with the aid of an uncommon 
aptitude for business, Mr. Cutts within a short period 
enlarged his capital and became engaged in lucrative 
and extensive transactions. Indian Island at that time 
was covered with a forest of oaks, and as yet had 
served little other purpose than to afford a favorite 
place of resort to the friendly natives during the fish- 
ing season.* Mr. Cutts was the first to appreciate the 
importance of the Island and early resolved to make it 

* This river was a famous salmon river at that time. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 525 

the seat of his business. lu pursuance of this design 
in 1759 he purchased a small undivided part for about 
$90, and soon after built a small house with con- 
veniences for a store on the south-vs^est end of the 
island, to which he removed. Mr. Cutts began to reap 
the full advantages of a situation so judiciously chosen. 
Besides the business of the store, which became greater 
than any other in that vicinity, he entered into ship- 
building and navigation, and up to the commencement 
of the Revolutionary war was engaged in a Timber 
trade with the British W. I. Islands equally profitable. 
* * * He continued to occupy his first house about 
twenty years, in which were born all but one of eight 
children, five of whom are now living (1830). In 1782 
the family removed to the elegant mansion house on 
the upper part of the island, where Col. Cutts passed 
the remainder of his life." 

Col. Cutts purchased the larger part of this island, at 
different times, of different parties. It was called 
Cutts' Island for many years, and afterward called 
Factory Island. In 1774 the colonel purchased Sir 
Wm. Pepperrell's half and paid $1,100 for the same. 
In 1767 he built the first bridge on the west side of 
Indian Island, in company with several others. He 
was one of the delegates chosen to the " County Con- 
gress" held at Wells on Nov. 15 and 16, 1774. 

His nephew, Charles Cutts of Portsmouth, N. H., 
writes as follows to him of the death of his brother 
Samuel : 

"Portsmouth, May 29, 1801. 
" Dear Sir : 

" The disorder which my father laboured under when 
you saw him last has been rapidly increasing upon 



526 CuTTS Genealogy. 

him since ; it is now about a fortnight that he has been 
confined to his chamber since which he has been 
unable to take scarcely any sustenance and has gradu- 
ally declined without being afflicted with much pain 
untill about noon this day when he expired. He re- 
tained his sences to the last his remains will be interred 
on Monday next. When if you can make it conveni- 
ent to attend the funeral it will give us pleasure to , 
see you and any of your family. I remain with due I 
respect your nephew ^y _ I 

"Thomas Cutts, Esq. 

On January 11, 1803, Mrs. Elizabeth Cutts, wife 
of Col. Thos. Cutts, died. The following letter of con- 
dolence was received by Col. Cutts from his sister-in- 
law, Mrs. Anna (Holyoke) Cutts, widow of Samuel 
Cutts. 

"Portsmouth, Jan. 24, 1803. 
" Dear Sir : 

"The distance between us, obliges me to use 
my pen in expressing to you how sincerely I sym- 
pathize with you and your family, in the loss you have 
sustained by the death of so amiable a companion and 
friend, and so tender and affectionate a Parent. Hav- 
ing experienced accumulated distresses of this kind 
myself, I feel the more interested in your present afflic- 
tion. Pecuniary losses may be made up by the benevo- 
lence of the opulent — therefore they are light when 
compared to the deprivation we sustain by the death 
of near and dear friends and connections. These are 
losses which no ewrthly friend can replace, but we have 
an Heavenly one, who we are assured in Infinite wis- 
dom and kindness corrects his dependant creatures, 
and without whose superintending Providence not a 



CuTTS Genealogy. 527 

sparrow falls. These are considerations that I hope 
will support you under your present heavy affliction as 
they have done under many and great distresses, your 
friend and sister. Anna Cutts." * 

Among his children the most distinguished was 
Hon. Richard Cutts, who married Anna Payne, f a sis- 
ter of Dolly Madison, wife of President Madison, and 
later became second Comptroller of the Treasury. 

Col. Cutts outlived his wife eighteen years, dying in 
1821, in the 85th year of his age. His descendants 
are more numerous in the male and female branches 
than those of any of his brothers. 

150. Sarah Mitchell, daughter of Roger and Sarah 
(Cutts) Mitchell, and granddaughter of Richard and 
Joanna (Wills) Cutts, married Jonathan Say ward, Esq., 
in 1737, who was more familiarly known as Judge 
Say ward. Her husband was born in York, Nov. 9, 
1713, and died there in 1797. He was at one time 
before the Revolution the richest man in Maine, next 
to Sir Wm. Pepperrell. " He had the confidence of 
his townsmen, and was for seventeen years elected to 
the office of representative to the General Court." J He 
was also a judge of the Court of Common Pleas and 
judge of Probate for York county. He held these 
offices when the Revolutionary war broke out. Re- 
fusing to sign papers censuring the home government, 
which he had repeatedly taken an oath to support, he 
became unpopular among the people. He was master 

* Autograph Collection of Benj. N. Goodale, Esq., Saco, Me. 

f Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Payne bad four daughters. The eldest, Dolly, mar- 
ried James Madison. The next, Lucy, married Geo. S. Washington. Anna, 
the third, Hon. Richard Cutts, and Mary, Jno. G. Jackson. They also had 
four sous. Mrs. Mary (Coles) Payne was a daughter of Wm. and Lucy 
(Winston) Coles, 

X J'rom paper, by Hon. Wm. Goold on Madam Wood. 



528 CuTTS Genealogy. 

of an armed transport sloop in the Louisburg expedi- 
tion of 1745, at wliicli time he brought home odd de- 
signs in porcelain table-ware, brass fire sets, etc., etc., 
which are still in the house to which they were 
brought one hundred and forty-six years ago. He and 
his wife and daughter (his only child) were painted by 
Blackburn. These very valuable portraits are still in 
possession of the family and are among the finest of 
that artist's works. Mrs. Sarah (Mitchell) Sayward 
died Sept. 12, 1775, and was interred in the old burial 
ground at Yoi'k Village, Me., where nearly twenty- 
two years later her husband was interred. He was a 
descendant of Jonathan Sayward who came early from 
England and settled in York. 

155. Robert Cutts, son of Deacon Thomas and Dorcas 
(Hammond) Cutts, married Lydia Fernald, Nov. 18, 
1758. They resided in Spruce Creek district. In 
1761, Thomas Cutts (the Deacon) deeds one hundred 
acres of land to his son Robert Cutts, for the considera- 
tion of four hunih'ed pounds, as follows: * * * 
" part of my homestead Farm whereon I now dwell," 

* * * which it seems hj this instrument was 
bounded by land " conveyed to my son Thomas Cutts 
Jr.; " " by land in possession of Capt. W"" Wentworth," 

* * * "by land belonging to the heu*s of John 
Shepard deed. * "'^ ^' " to the bounds of the town 
of York." His son, Thos. Cutts, Jr., being requested to 
'' maintain a sufficient gate or Bai's near his house to 
prevent ci'eatures doing damage on the said Robert's 
land," also out of this hundred acres he excepts & 
reserves to his " said son Thomas Cutts Jr. his Heirs 
and assigns a convenient-way or privilege at all times 
to pass and repass through the above granted land, 
from the said Thomas Cutts Jr. his house to the public 



CuTTS Genealogy. 529 

road or highway." He also conveys fifty acres of land 
in 1790 to Robert, his son, "being that part of my 
homestead on which I now dwell," he includes in this 
his " Dwelling-house barn and all other buildings 
standing on the said fifty acres." These deeds show 
that at that time there were a number of the family 
living near each other in the "Spruce Creek district," 
of whom the first to move so far from their birth-place 
was Deacon Thomas Cutts. When he went from his 
home on Cutts Island five miles in the woods, there 
were a lai'ge number of wild animals and the country 
was wild and unsettled. Robert Cutts' second marriage 
was with Margery Pepperrell Wentworth, a daughter 
of Capt. Wm. Wentworth above named, and great 
grand daughter of Wm. Pepperrell, through his ?on 
Andrew. He had three children by his first wife and 
ten by the second, ten of whom married. 

213. Mary Whipple, eldest child and daughter of 
Captain William and Mary (Cutt) Whipple, married 
Robert Traill, Sept. 1, 1748. Her husband was a native 
of the Orkney Islands, and several years an eminent 
merchant in Boston. He served as collector of the 
customs of the port of Portsmouth, in 1769. He was 
opposed to the Revolution and left the Province at its 
commencement. He was connected with the British 
army on Long Island, and in New York for a time, 
and then went to England. They had four children ; 
three sons and one daughter. Of these, their daughter, 
Mary, married Keith Speuce, Esq., and was grand- 
mother of the late James Russell Lowell. The resi- 
dence of Mr. and Mrs. Traill, in Portsmouth, was that 
now standing at the south-west corner of State and 
Fleet streets (No. 82 State street). 
67 



530 CuTTS Genealogy. 

214. William Whipple, son of Captain William and 
Mary (Ciitt) Whipple, was born in tlie " Whipple- 
Garnson House " in Kitteiy, Me., situated on Whip- 
ple's cove, Jan. 14, 1730-31. "His education was 
received in one of the public schools of that town, 
where he was taught reading, writing, arithmetic and 
navig-ation. From school he went on board a merchant- 
man and was bred a sailor. Before the age of twenty- 
one he had the command of a vessel, and in that capac- 
ity performed many voyages to Europe and the 
West-Indies ; and, according to the practice which too 
generally prevailed in those days, was concerned in the 
slave trade, and imported negroes from Africa into this 
country. About the year 1759, he left the sea, and 
engaged in trade in this town, in company with his 
brother, under the firm-name of William and Joseph 
Whipple ; and continued this connection in business un- 
til a short time ^^revious to the Revolutionary war, when 
he quitted all mercantile engagements. Mr. Whipple 
was possessed of a strong mind and quick discernment, 
was easy in his manners, courteous in his deportment, 
correct in his habits and constant in his friendships. 
He very early took a decided part in favor of his coun- 
try in their disputes with Great Britain. His towns- 
men placed the highest confidence in his patriotism 
and integrity, and frequently elected him to offices 
which required firmness and moderation. In the 
spring of 1775 he was elected a member of Congress, 
which was to meet at Philadelphia in May, and in the 
same year was chosen a delegate to the Provincial 
Congress, which assumed the government after the 
commencement of hostilities. He was likewise one of 
the Committee of Safety for the town, and for the State, 
and was one of the Council under the first form of 
State government. In 1776, he was again elected a 



CuTTS Genealogy. 531 

member of Congress and took his seat in the month of 
February. At this session of that V)0(ly, the Declara- 
tion of Independence was made, and the name of Wil- 
liam Whipple, with those of the other illustrious 
signers of that instrument, will be handed down to 
posterity with every mark of gratitude and respect. 
General Whipple was several times called into service 
with detachments of his brigade to oppose the British 
troops. He had with him, at the capture of Burgoyne, 
a valuable negro servant, imported from Africa, named 
Prince. On his way to the army he said to his servant, 
" Should we be called into action, I hope you will be- 
have yourself like a man of courage, and fight bravely 
for your country." Prince replied, " Sir, I have no in- 
ducement to fight, but, if I had my libert} , I would 
endeavor to defend it to the last drop of blood." 

The General then said to him, " Prince, you shall 
have your freedom, from this time you are your own 
man." He was again elected a member of Congress, 
took his seat in the month of October, 1778, and was 
considered very useful and active. After his return 
from Congress, he was repeatedly chosen as a member 
of the Legislature of the State. About this time the 
General began to be troubled with strictures in the 
breast, which were at times very painful to him. A 
little exercise would bring on violent palpitations of 
the heart, which were very distressing. Riding on 
horseback often produced this efi:ect, and sometimes 
caused him to faint. This complaint prevented his 
engaging in the active scenes of life, and induced him 
to resign his military command. On the 20th of June, 
1782, he was appointed a judge of the Superior Court 
of Judicature. A discerning mind, sound judgment 
and integrity were deemed essential qualifications, and, 
these virtues General Whipple possessed. He continued 



532 CuTTS Genealogy. 

on the bench about three years, but his disorder became 
more painful to him, and in the fall of 1785, he was 
obliged, to leave the court before the Circuit was com- 
pleted. He departed this life on the 10th day of No- 
A^ember, in the fifty-fifth year of his age. By his special 
direction to his brother, Dr. Brackett, his body was 
opened, and it was found that an ossification had taken 
place in his heart, the valve was united to the aorta, 
only a small aperture, the size of a large knitting 
needle, was open, through which all the blood flowed 
in its circulation, and when any sudden motion gave it 
new impulse, it produced the palpitation and faintness 
to which he was liable." * 

This sketch of his life, written by the author of the 
Annals of Portsmouth, is perhaps the most valuable 
and compi'ehensive of any yet printed, and we therefore 
use it, for those who would rather read something 
already in print, than to have something rewritten for 
the occasion. He married his cousin, Katherine Molfatt, 
who with her infant child lies buried in the North 
burying ground of Portsmouth. 



''.i^M^Jdf^ 



youngest son and child of Capt. Wm. and Mary 
(Cutt) Whipple, was born in Kittery at the Whip- 
ple-Garrison House, and educated in the schools of 
that town. His mercantile education was received 
in the counting-house of Nathaniel Carter, Esq., 

* Adams' Annals of Portsmouth, pp. 281-284. " Rambles About Porta- 
moutb," No. XXVIII, pp. 150-154. 




CuTTS Genealogy. 533 

of Newbury port, Mass. (father of Mrs. Edward Cutts). 
He was iu business some years witli his famous 
brother (Wm.), after whicli he was appointed collector 
of the port of Portsmouth. His first appointment was 
by the State of New Hampshire, and after the adoption 
of the Federal Constitution, by the President of the 
United States; this office, with but a brief intermission, 
he held until a short time before his death in 1816. 
He married Hannah Billings of Boston, in 1762, and 
was one of those who took part in the early settlement 
of Coos county, N. H., and was living at Jeffer- 
son in 1773. During the Revolution he was 
captured by the Indians, but escaped. A fine portrait 
of him is in the possession of Mrs. Dr. Heffenger of 
Portsmouth (a descendant of his sister, Mrs. Traill). 
Mrs. Hannah (Billings) Whipple died January 30, 1811, 
when she was 75 years old, leaving no children. They 
resided at No. 70 State street, Portsmouth,* 

218. Elizabeth MoFFATT, eldest child and daughter 
of Hon. John and Katherine (Cutt) Moffatt, married 
Hon. John Sherburne. They had five children, of 
whom the youngest child and daughter, Elizabeth, 
married Hon. John Langdon. Hon. John Sherburne 
was a son of Hon. Henry Sherburne, one of the King's 
Council, and chief justice of the Province of New 
Hampshire from 1735 to 1746. He was also a grand- 
son of Lieutenant-Governor John Wentworth. One 
of the committee chosen at the time of the act to pre- 
vent the importation and sale of tea, he filled that and 
several other ofiices with great credit. This included 
the office of judge of Probate from 1773 until 1776, 
and councillor until the end of the provincial govern- 

'«N. E. H. G. Register," X, 48; " McClintock's Hist. New Hampshire," 
pp. 305-307. 



534 CuTTS Genealogy. 

meiit. He died March 10, 1797, in his seventy-seventli 
year. 

221. Samuel Moffatt, son of Hon. John and Kathe- 
rine (Cutt) Moffatt, married Sarah Catherine Mason, 
February 1, 1764, daughter of Col. John Tufton Mason 
and his wife, Maria Theresa Van Harts Bergen. They 
had six children, half of whom were sons, and four of 
whom married. Their third child, Mary Tufton, mar- 
ried Nathaniel Appleton Haven. When her parents 
went to Demerara, in 176S, she was left in Ports- 
mouth with her aunt, Mrs. Katherine (Moffatt) 
Whipple, who adopted her (as they had no children), 
and she lived with them until she was married. They 
were living then in the present residence of Alex. H. 
Ladd, Esq., of Portsmouth, N. H., where General 
Whipple died, in 1785, one year before his father-in- 
law, John Moffatt. Samuel Molfatt graduated from 
Harvard College in 1758. His father-in-law was an 
officer in the English army, and died at Buckden, 
Eng., August 8, 1787, aged 74. Colonel Mason 
was heir by entail of the estates in America granted 
to his ancestor, John Mason, in 1623, by King James 
I, embracing what is now the greater part of New 
Hampshire. John Mason was secretary and president 
of the company of noble men and gentlemen, known 
as the ''Council of Plymouth," established in 1620, 
'' for the planting and governing of New England in 
America." He was also at d liferent times governor of 
Newfoundland, governor of the castle at Portsmouth, 
England, etc.* 

Fifth generation. 

250. Mary Pej^hallow, daughter of John and Sarah 
(Wentworth) Penhallow, married Daniel Austin, Esq., 

*MSS. Notes of Chas. H. Ladd, Esq. 



CuTTs Genealogy. 535 

July 22, 1787. He was a son of Timothy Austin and 
Lydia Waldo. His father was commissary to General 
Washington while the General remained at Cam- 
bridge, and afterward deacon in Dr. Jedediah Morse's 
church. Daniel Austin was one of ten children, and 
he in turn had seven children, of whom the late Rev. 
Daniel Austin was the only son, and he leaving no 
sons, the line has died out in that branch of the 
family. Daniel Austin erected the first three-story 
store in Portsmouth in 1800."^' Mrs. Mary (Penhal- 
low) Austin died in 1847, at the advanced age of 87. 
Her husband died in 1818, aged 65. 

252. HuNKiNG Penhallow, son of John and Sarah 
(Wentworth) Penhallow, married Harriet Pearce. 
"After passing some years of his early life as a ship- 
master he left the sea and resided for a while on the 
island of Tobago, W. I., then returned to Portsmouth, 
his native town, and for nearly thirty years in business 
there, was distinguished as a correct, honorable mer- 
chant." f The last twelve years of his life, with one 
exception, he was either a member of the House of 
Kepresentatives, of the Senate, or of the Council of 
New Hampshire. He was also several times a select- 
man and an assessor. During the war with Great 
Britain he was one of the Committee of Safety; presi- 
dent of the New Hampshire Union Bank eleven years 
and one of the trustees of the Portsmouth Savings 
Bank. All these offices were filled with credit to him- 
self, and his name held in high esteem wherever it was 
known. 



* Brewster's Rambles, No. 58, 
\ " Penhallow Family," p. 11. 



53^ CuTTS Genealogy. 

^ " Bartlett 

and Katlierine Diimmer,^' married Hon. Nathaniel 
Si^arliawk, April 26, 1780. He was the son of 
Col. Nathaniel and Elizabeth (Pepperrell) Sparhawk, 
aud grandson of General Sir William Peppen-ell. Eliza 
beth Bartlett was his second wife ; his first being his 
cousin, Miss Katy Sparhawk. Portraits of himself and 
his first wife are owned by Edward E. Sparhawk, 
Esq., of Koxbury, Mass. By this second marriage he 
had only one child, Mrs. Elizabeth (Bartlett) Spar- 
hawk dying two ^^ears after her marriage. Mary Pep- 
perrell Sparhawk, their daughter, was born in Kittery, 
Me., in the home of her grandparents, the old Spar- 
hawk mansion. Her mother died in Haverhill (at her 
brother's home), and as Nathaniel Sparhawk spent 
many yeai's abroad, by request his daughter Mary 
passed many years with her uncle, Bailey Bartlett, and 
her aunt, Mrs, Dr. Chas. Jarvis of Boston. In late life, 
Nathaniel Sparhawk returned to Kittery and died 
there in 1816.* 

275. Thomas Westbrooke Waldrojst, son of Richard 
and Elizabeth (Westbrooke) Waldron, married Con- 
stantia Davis, of Dover, N. H-, in 1755. He was a man 
of large property and extensive influence, although not 
so much in public office as father, grandfather, or great- 
grandfather. He inherited the homestead, mill-privi- 
lecj-es, etc., purchasing the rights of his brother George. 
The town records show him to have been frequently 
moderator of Dover town-meetings (1754, 1756, 1757, 
1759, 1760, 1762-9, 1771-5); a selectman in 1751, 
1753, 1754, 1756, 1758-61 ; town-clerk from 1771 to 

* See " Materials for a Geuealogy of the Sparhawk family." 



CuTTS Genealogy. 537 

1785; representative in 1756, 1762-5, 1768. He lived 
on the old property, and in the Waldron house (which 
is now called, as for many years, the " old boarding 
house''), and died there April 3, 1785. He was 
buried in the burial OTOund west of the Methodist 
chui-ch. After his death, the children were carried to 
Portsmouth, where they remained for several years. 
Thomas Westbrooke Waldron made his will Aug. 7, 
1779. He owned large quantities of land. In ad- 
dition to the Dover property he owned lands in 
Rochester, Barrington, Gilmanton, Grafton county, 
Lebanon, Chichester, Canaan, Kilkenny and the Globe 
Tavern, the Square and the Training field in Ports- 
mouth, two mill privileges in Portsmouth, and part of 
the lower falls. These quantities of real estate were 
divided among his children, Charles and Dauiel in- 
heriting the Dover property. Daniel was the last 
owner of the extensive Waldron real estate in Dover. 
It probably came into the family in 1642 when the 
mill-privilege in the center of Dover was granted to 
Major Richard Waldron. Upon January 31, 1820, an 
uninterrupted family ownership of 178 years termi- 
nated." * 

304. George King, son of William and Abigail A. 
(Oberne) King, married Susanna Sparhawk, May 12, 
1771, and died 1786. At the time of the death of 
Theodore Atkinson in 1799, most of his property went 
into possession of George King, by bequest, on condi- 
tion of his changing his name to Atkinson. The re- 
quest was complied with, and he was afterward known 
as George King-Atkinson. Theodore Atkinson and 
George King were cousins, thus the bequest, when 
Atkinson died leaving no descendants. "Hon. George 

* From " Historical Memorauda," by Rev. A, K. Quint. 
68 



538 CuTTS Genealogy. 

Atkinson was a man of some distinction and occupied 
the mansion house of Hon. Theodore Atkinson on 
Court street. He was twice a candidate for governor 
of New Hampshire, and received nearly enough votes 
to elect him." His wife was the daughter of Rev. 
John Sparhawk of Salem, and niece of Col. Nathaniel 
Sparhawk who married Elizabeth Pepperell. An ab- 
stract of her will is given in No. 92 of the " Rambles 
about Portsmouth." She died without issue in 1796. 
The bulk of her husband's pro])erty was willed to Wil- 
liam King, on the condition of adding Atkinson to his 
name, which he did. The farm now owned by Hon. 
Frank Jones in North Portsmouth was formerly the 
property of her husband ; it afterward became the 
property of Col. Geo. K. Sparhawk. Geo. King, be- 
fore changing his name, was in the Council from 1777 
to 1781, and the New Hampshire Senate from 1785 to 
1788. He was speaker of the House 1784. 

307. William King, son of Wm. and Abigail A. 
(Oberne) King, married Mary Wendell, daughter of 
John Wendell and granddaughter of Hon. Jacob Wen- 
dell. It was their own son William who inherited the 
property of his uncle, Geo. King- Atkinson, and married 
Abigail Pickering, daughter of Hon. John and Abigail 
(Sheafe) Pickering. Wm., Jr., was solicitor from 1789 
to 1803, register of Probate, 1787 to 1819, judge of 
Superior Court, 1803 to 1805, and attorney-general of 
New Hampshire. He died in Sept., 1820, and his 
widow survived him eighteen years. 

331. Thomas Shannon, son of Cutt and Mary 
(Vaughan) Shannon, was born in Dover, N. H., and mar- 
ried, Feb. 28, 1771, Lillias Watson. He was an innholder 
at Dover from 1770 to 1796, and a most highly respected 



CuTTS Genealogy. 539 

and prominent citizen of that place. In 1785 lie was 
commissioned captain in the 2d Regt. of New Hamp- 
shire Militia, Removing to Rochester, N. H., in 1796, 
he died there on May 29, 1800. His widow married 
Hon. Jonathan Clarke of Northwood, N. H., and died 
in that town Apr. 15, 1814. 

332. James Noble Shannon, brother of Thomas, was 
the adopted son of Major James Noble of Boston. He 
settled in Nova Scotia and there married Chloe Crane, 
a sister of Col. Jonathan Crane of Horton, N. S. She 
had married before, but her husband died early, Jas. 
Noble Shannon was a prominent merchant at Horton 
and at Parisboro, N. S., where he died Nov. 7, 1822, 
aged 72 years, leaving no children. He adopted his 
nephew, James Noble Shannon, son of his brother, 
Hon. Richard Catts Shannon, and on his coming of 
age set him up in business.* 

365. Joseph Tucker (Captain) " was an officer in the 
Continental army of the Revolution, and after the 
adoption of the Federal Constitution, was collector of 
the customs for the port of York under Washington. 
He had two children only — both daughters."f 

Captain Tucker was the third son and child of Nich- 
olas Tucker, and married Mary Stone, daughter of Capt. 
John and Eunice (Raynes) Stone. " On 19^*" Aug. 1775 
he was appointed 2*^ Lieutenant in Capt. Francis 
Shaw's Co. to be raised in Gouldsborough, Narragua- 
gus, Number Four (now Harington) and Pleasant river, 
for the defence of the sea coast (District of Maine) was 
commissioned ensign in Brooke's (7^^) regiment in 1777, 
lieutenant 9 Feb. 1780 and was pay master in 1780- 
83. During the war he visited York, Me., in com- 

*Extract from letter of Judge S. L. Shannon, Halifax, N. S. 
fEitract from pamphlet, by W. P. Preble. 



540 CuTTs Genealogy. 

pauy witli Commodore Samuel Tucker tlieii superin- 
tendiug the construction of a 20-gun ship called the 
Minerva which was intended by her owner Capt. John 
Stone, for a privateer. He there made the acquaint- 
ance of Mary, daughter, of the Captain Stone, who was 
a descendant on her mother's side from Grovernor 
Bradstreet of Massachusetts, married her and purchasing 
the wharf and other property of his father-in-law re- 
mained there and established himself in business. He 
was collector of customs for the Port of York from 
179:3-1804, Town Treasurer for many years and until 
his death (about 1812) and influential in town affairs."* 

387 ^^i^^yJ^^n-T^t^^t^^^ 

(merchant), son of Samuel and Anna (Holyoke) 
Cutts, was born in Portsmouth, September, 1763, where 
he received his early education. He married Apr. 17, 
1796, Mary, the daughter of Nathaniel and Abigail 
(Beck) Carter of Newburyport, Mass. Eight years 
before, his sister Elizabeth had married his wife's 
brother, Nath'l Carter, Jr., and thus the acquaintance 
was brought about with his wife. An excellent minia- 
ture of Edward Cutts, painted before his marriage, while 
in Paris, is no\v in the family of his granddaughter, the 
late Mrs. Anna H. (Cutts) Howard. He traveled exten- 
sively in early life, as did his brothers, Samuel, George 
and Hampden, who died unmarried. He was a select- 
man in Portsmouth in 1802 and '3 ; a representative in 
the Legislature in 1807-8, and 1811 and '12 ; he was 
again a selectman in 1815-16. In 1817 he was one of 
the committee appointed to make arrangements for the 
reception of President Monroe on his visit to Ports- 
mouth. He was at that time collector of internal 

* Extract from Memorials, Mass. Soc. of the Ciuciunati. 




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CuTTS Genealogy. 541 

revenue, and Justice of the Peace and of the Quorum 
for the county of Rockingham from 1811 to 1821 un- 
der Governors John Langdon, John Taylor Gilman and 
Samuel Bell. He built the house in 1805 on " Christian 
Shore," in Portsmouth, now owned by the family of 
the late Hon. James Woodward Emery. Mrs. Cutts 
was a descendant through her paternal grandmother, 
Hannah (Gookin) Carter, of the far-famed Anne Hutch- 
inson and Major-General Daniel Gookin, tracing her 
ancestry back in the Gookin line, to Thos. Gookin of 
Ripple Court, Kent, and through his wife Catherine 
Denne to E-obert de Dene, whose family was established 
in Kent antecedently to the Conquest, She was a 
woman of great native ability and much beloved in 
her family, and by a large circle of friends. 

In 1818 a bank was established in Portsmouth, and 
the following copy from a framed document, in the 
directors' room of The Portsmouth Savings Bank, tells 
the story. 

"Portsmouth, May 26, 1818. 

" We the subscribers agree to associate for the pur- 
pose of establishing a Provident Institution for deposits 
and investment of monies of any Person in the town of 
Portsmouth and its Vicinity. And as soon as an act 
of incorporation is obtained for which a petition is to 
be preferred to the Legislature we will meet and or- 
ganize the Society and establish by-laws for its regu- 
lation. 

Jacob Cutter. James Sheafe 

Isaac Waldron. Edward Cutis 

Sam Larkin. Tho. Manning 

E. G. Parrott. John Goddard 

H. S. Langdon. J. Mason 

Robert Rice 
Dan'l R. Rogers 



542 CuTTS Genealogy. 

Nath'l A. Haven. 
B. Biierly 
Thomas Sheafe 
Henry Ladd 
John Haven 
Jno. Langdon, Jr. 
Sam'l Sheafe." 

Hon. Edward Cutts was president of the institution. 
He died on Sept. 20, 1824. His funeral sermon was 
preached from the 23d chapter Numbers, verse 10th, 
"Let me die the death of the righteous," the officiat- 
ing clergyman being Rev. Dr. Parker, of Portsmouth, 
N. H. His wife removed to Vermont a few years later 
and died there at the residence of her son, Hon. 
Hampden Cutts, in 1840, at the age of 74. 

388. Eliza Eppes Cutts, eldest daughter of Hon. 
Samuel and Anna (Holyoke) Cutts, married Nathaniel 
Carter, Jr., of Newbury port, Mass., son of Nathaniel and 
Abigail (Beck) Carter, in May, 1788. She was considered 
a remarkable woman for her day in her education and 
natural ability. She was familiar with and could con- 
verse in several languages. She interpreted the public 
documents that passed between the two nations when 
Count De Estange, commander of the French fleet, was 
in America. She could converse freely in French with 
any one. It is related of her that when in late life she 
was living in Amherst, Mass., and boarding at the hotel, 
she had the following experience with two young men 
who took dinner at the same table with her. They 
began making observations on each at the table in 
French, and when they reached her they began to com- 
ment on her; she immediately answered them in French; 
they then began the same in Italian, in which language 



CuTTS Genealogy. 543 

she answered them; after whicli they tried Spanish and 
she answered them in that. They then arose and left 
the table, with their dinner uncompleted, evidently 
mnch discomfited. AVhen her brother Charles Cutts 
was in the Senate and with one other of the New Eng- 
land delegation voted for war, the public intended 
when they came home to insult them. The morning 
he was to arrive in the stage at Newburyport, his sister, 
Mrs. Carter, went to the livery-stable and ordered a 
fast horse and carriage and went out three or four miles 
to meet the stage. When she met it, he joined her and 
they went on a cross road to Amesbury and on five or 
six miles, when the stage then overtook them and he 
got aboard and went on to Portsmouth. The large 
crowd at the hotel when the stage arrived found he 
was not aboard, they went home sorely disappointed, 
having been duped by a smart woman. Mrs. Carter 
died in Kennebunk on the 23d of June, 1857, in her 
ninety-third year. 

398. Maky Cutt, daughter of Judge Edward and 
Elizabeth (Gerrish) Cutt, married Rev^ Asa Piper of 
Wakefield, N. H., April 6, 1788. Her husband was a 
Congregational clergyman, he graduated from Harvard 
College in 1778, studied divinity and was ordained 
September 22, 1785. He was pastor of the same church 
for nearly fifty years, only having a colleague the last 
seven years of his pastorate. His relation with the 
church where he was first ordained terminated by his 
death, May 17, 1835. Rev. Albert H. Thompson says 
of him, in his "One Hundredth Anniversary of the 
Organization of First Church, and Ordination of the 
First Settled Town Minister of Wakefield, N. H.": " He 
was of staunch English stock, a good scholar, and a 
priest of the Most High God. He was the first pastor 




544 CuTTS Genealogy. 

of this chiu'ch and s^tancls at the head of the line in 
time and talent." Physically he was well (levelo2:)ed 
and abont six feet high, a man of force of character and 
deep piety, with sound judgment and correct opinions 
on the great questions of his day. lie was beloved by 
all who knew him, both by the members of his church 
and society and the towns-people generally.* 

416- 0'U^^^ix^„C^<Z2^7r Tho^'maT and 

Elizabeth 
(S cammo n) 
Cutts, married 
March 31, ISO-t, Anna Payne, daughter of John and 
Mary (Coles) Payne. The following obituary notice of 
him was from the pen of the Hon. John Quiucy Adams : 

'' The memory of the late Hon. Richard Cutts of 
Washington, D. C, deserves from his friends and 
countrymen a more detailed notice of his career of life 
than the mere notice of the day and hour of his decease. 
He has been for many years distinguished by the con- 
fidence of his country in many stations of honor and 
of trust, legislative and executive, and has faithfully 
performed all their duties. Born on the SS*'^ of June, 
1771, at Cutt's Island, Saco, (the residence of his father, 
the late Thomas Cutts, Esq.,) in the province, or district 
of Maine, then constituting a part of the Commonwealth 
of Massachusetts, descended from one of the most an- 
cient families in New England, and inheriting that in- 
extinguishable love of freedom, the envied, yet 
venerated peculiar characteristic of the English Pil- 
grims, he received his early education at Harvard 
University, at which institution he was graduated in 
1790 in the 20**" year of his age. Most of the sons of 

* Genealogy of the Piper Family," p. 88. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 545 

that nursing motlier of the liberal Arts, pass from her 
intellectual tuition to the profounder studies of one or 
other of the learned professions ; yet, among the most 
illustrious of her children, she takes pride in counting 
no inconsiderable number of eminent artists, skillful 
navigators, and enterprising merchants. Following 
the bent of his inclinations, having studied law, Mr. 
Cutts engaged extensively in the pursuits of navigation 
and commerce, though at the same time deeply in- 
volved in the vicissitudes and ardently devoted to the 
duties of political life. At an early period of his 
career after the close of his studies at the University, 
he visited Europe, and added to his stock of knowl- 
edge, acquired at the seat of science, the stores of 
experimental instruction acquirable only in the schools 
of observation and inquisitive travel. 

" On his return from Europe, after serving two suc- 
cessive years as a member of the General Court of 
Massachusetts, he was, at the age of 29, in 1800, elected 
by the people of his district a member of the House 
of Eepresentatives of the United States. He took his 
seat in the House on the 1^^ December, 1801, com- 
mencing with the administration of Jefferson, and 
through six successive congresses, constantly approved 
by the continued confidence of his constituents, he 
gave a firm, efficient and undeviating support to that 
administration, and to that of his successor, Mr. Madi- 
son, until the close of his first term, on the 3^^ of March, 
1813, having patriotically sustained by his votes, non- 
importation, non-intercourse, the embargo, and finally 
war, as measures called for by the honor and interest of 
the nation, although ruinous to his private fortune, 
since the greater part of his property consisted of ships, 
the loss of which, if captured or destroyed, might, as 
thus it did, reduce him to poverty. On the 3*^ of 
69 



546 Cu TTS Genealogy. 

June of that year he was appointed Superintendent 
General of Military Supplies, " an office created by the 
act of S""*^ March, 1813, the better to provide for the 
supplies of the army of the United States, and for the 
accountability of persons intrusted with the same, an 
office of high trust and responsibility, but, the functions 
of which Avere only required during the continuance of 
the war. The office was accordingly abolished by the 
act of y^ March, 1817, to provide for the prompt settle- 
ment of public accounts. By the same act, the office 
of Second Comptroller of the Treasury was created, to 
which Mr. Cutts was immediately appointed by the 
President, James Monroe, and which he held until 
1829; since which time he has resided in the city of 
Washington, in the retirement of private life, until his 
death, April 7, 1845. In the year 1804, Mr. Cutts 
was united in marriage with Miss Anna Payne, a sis- 
ter of Mrs. Madison, and every way worthy of the 
same parentage. By her he had six children, four sons 
and two daughters. She died in 1832." 

418. Sarah Cutis, daughter of Colonel Thomas and 
Elizabeth (Scammon) Cutts, married Thomas Gilbert 
Thornton, M. D., Nov. 26, 1793. Her husband was 
son of Timothy and Eunice (Brown) Thornton, and 
descended maternally from James and Sarah (Cogswell 
Brown of Ipswich, Mass. On the paternal side he was 
a descendant of Rev. Thomas Thornton, early of Yar- 
mouth, Mass. 

He studied medicine with Dr. Joseph Manning, and 
attended early lectures at Harvard College. Settling 
in Saco, Me., he became an eminent physician ; he was 
also for a long time interested in commercial pursuits 
in Saco, and one of the most successful merchants 
in Maine. Upon Thomas Jefferson's accession to the 



CuTTS Genealogy. 547 

Presidency, he was appointed U. S. marshal for the 
District of Maine, and held the same under Madison 
and Monroe. About 1802-3 he almost entirely relin- 
quished medical practice. He was largely the means 
of founding the academy, which was afterward called 
" Thornton Academy," as a compliment to him for his 
interest. He was also president of the Saco bank and 
a long time leader in the Democratic party. 

420. Sarah Saywaed, daughter of Judge Jonathan 
and Sarah (Mitchell) Sayward, married Nathaniel Bar- 
rell, son of John and Ruth (Green) Barrell, Nov. 23, 
1 758. Her husband was first a clerk in her father's store, 
and afterward rose to prominence in the affairs of the 
Province. " During the excitement for volunteers to 
capture Quebec, Mr. Barrell accepted an ensign's com- 
mission, and was in the assault and capture of the 
city, and was promoted to be captain, for gallantry. 
After the fall of Quebec Mr. Barrell went to England 
and was at the coronation of George IH, in 1760. By 
this monarch he was appointed councillor for New 
Hampshire, and served at the council board, at Ports- 
mouth, N. H,, with both Governors Went worth. He 
too adhered to his oath and became a Tory.""^ Mr. 
and Mrs. Barrell had eight children, of whom the eld- 
est was the famous Ma' lam Wood of later days (Sarah 
Sayward Barrell). 

466. Joanna Chauncy, daughter of Charles and 
Joanna (Gerrish) Chauncy, married Edward Parry, Esq., 
an eminent merchant of Portsmouth, N. H., in 1796. 
They had one son, who died in infancy, and Mrs. 
Parry only lived four years after her marriage. Ed- 
ward Parry figured conspicuously in 1774 in the mat- 

* From a paper by Hon. William Goold. 



548 CuTTS Genealogy. 

ter of the noii-im})()rta'tioD and taxation of tea. He 
was the one to whom it was consigned, but *' publicly 
declared he would not accept of the consignment 
thereof, nor would he have any thing to do therewith 
for sale under the present circumstance." * 

499. General James Screven, son of James and 
Maiy Hyrne (Smith) Screven, married Mary Odingsell, 
daughter of Charles Odingsell, Esq., of Edistoe Island 
in South Carolina. He was one of a conuuittee of 
thirty who were appointed at a meeting of the inhabit- 
ants of Georgia, at the Exchange in Savannah, July 
27, 1774, to draw up resolutions not to use or import 
British manufactures till America shall be restored to 
her constitutional rights. This committee reported 
the resolutions at a subsequent meeting, August 10th. 
The resolutions and report will be found in "Peter 
Force's American Archives," 4th series, vol. 1, pp. 638 
and 700. James Screven was subsequently a member 
of the " Provincial Congress " of Georgia, which met 
July 4, 1775, and was at the head of the eleven del- 
egates from St. John's parish. 

517. Mart Whipple Traill, daughter of Robert and 
Mary (Whipple) Traill, married Keith Spence, son of 
James and Janet (Blaw) Spence, of Kirkwell, Ork- 
ney. He was a merchant, and settled in Portsmouth. 
From 1800 to 1805 he was purser of the United States 
Navy. He was purser of the frigate Philadelphia 
when that vessel was captured by the Tripolitans, Oc- 
tober 31, 1803, and was a prisoner in Tripoli during 
the attack of August 7, 1804, in which his son dis- 
tinguished himself, as already mentioned. He is 

*" Adams' Annala of Portsmouth " (1774) (with annotations by George 
E. Hodgdon). 



CuTTS Genealogy. 549 

spoken of as " a 2;entlemaii justly beld in high estima- 
tion for his probity, intelligence and nice sense of 
honor," and also as " the bosom friend and mentor of 
Decatur." He died suddenly in New Orleans, and 
was buried there.* 

521. John Samuel Sherburne, son of Hon. John and 
Elizabeth (Moifatt) Sherburne was a member of the tirst 
and second Congress at Philadelphia, Pa., U. S. dis- 
trict attorney and judge of the Court of Admiralty. 
At nineteen he was aid-de-camp to General Sullivan. 

523. Elizabeth Shekburne, daughter of Hon. John 
and Elizabeth (Moffatt) Sherburne, married Hon. John 
Langdon February 8, 1776-7, son of John and Mary 
(Hall) Langdon. " John Langdon early took a decid- 
edly American stand. In 1775 and 1776 he was a 
delegate to the general Congress. He also took com- 
mand of an independent company of cadets, and was 
present at Burgoyne's surrender. He served in Rhode 
Island with a detachment of his company, and 
was present when General Sullivan brought off the 
American troops. He was a member and speaker of 
the Provincial Legislature in 1776 and 1777. When 
the news of the fall of Ticonderoga reached Exeter, 
where the Legislature was then in session, John Lang- 
don, the speaker, seeing the public credit exhausted 
and his compatriots discouraged, rose and said : 

'' ' I have a thousand dollars in hard money ; I will 
pledge my plate for three thousand more. I have 
seventy hogsheads of Tobago rum, which will be sold 
for the most they will bring. They are at the service 
of the State. If we succeed in defending our iire- 

* "Goldsborough Naval Chronicle," vol. I, p. 228; Cooper's History, 
vol. I, p. 225. 



550 CuTTS Genealogy. 

sides and our homes, I may be remunerated ; if we do 
not, then the property will be of no value to me. Our 
friend vStark, who so nobly maintained the honor of 
our State at Bunker Hill, may safely be entrusted 
with the honor of the enterprise, and we will check 
the progress of Burgoyne.' 

"It is well known that from this noble offer sprang 
the gallant little army of Stark's, that covered itself 
with glory at Bennington. 

" John Langdon was a judge of the Court of Common 
Pleas in 1776, but resigned the next year. In 1778 
he was agent under Congress for building ships of 
war, and was continental agent for supplying materials 
for the America, 74. In 1779 he was president of the 
New Hampshire convention for regulating the cur- 
rency, and from 1777 to 1782 was speaker of the New 
Hampshire House of Representatives; in 1780 he was 
a commissioner to raise men and procure provisions 
for the army, and June 30, 1783, was again elected 
delegate to Congress. In 1784 and 1785 he was a 
member of the New Hampshire Senate, and in the 
latter year president of the State. In 1788 he was 
delegate to the convention which framed the Constitu- 
tion of the United States. In March, 1788, he was 
elected representative in the New Hampshire Legisla- 
ture, and speaker iu the House, but took the office of 
governor, to which he was simultaneously chosen. In 
November, 1788, he was elected a member of the Sen- 
ate of the United States, became the first presiding 
officer of that body, and was re-elected senator in 
1794. Later in life he was nominated for Vice-Presi 
dent, but declined on account of age. From 1801 to 
1805 he was representative in the New Hampshire 
Legislature, in 1804 and 1805 was speaker, and from 1805 
to 1808, and 1810 and 1811 was governor. The degree 



CuTTS Genealogy. 551 

of LL. D. was given him by Dartmoutli Colleire in 
1805. He died in Portsmouth, Sept. 18, 1819."*'^ 

Governor and Mrs. Langdon's only child married 
Thomas Elwyn, Esq., and their descendants have up- 
held the honor of the family name on both sides'. 

525. Catherine Elizabeth Moffatt, daughter of 
Samuel and Sarah Catherine (Mason) Moffatt, married 
Nicholas Rousselet, March 26, 1787. He "was a mer- 
chant, and a gentleman of some taste for the curiosities 
of nature and art. He changed the name of Mulberry 
lane to Demerara street, and over the store he built on 
that street, he commenced the Portsmouth Mnaeum, 
where he displayed all the curiosities he could gather. 
* * * Nothing was added to the Museum after the 
proprietor left for Demerara in July, 1800, where he 
soon after died." * The document which we herewith 
give shows that Mrs. E-ousselet's toilet case was not 
neglected by her husband. 

"Inventory of Jewelry in Hair Trunk, taken April 
15, 1799, after the decease of my wife, with the 
assistance of Mrs. Odiorne, of Kittery, her sister : 

A Gold watch with a gold chain and a gold seal ; 

A whistle, small etui and 5 other small trinkets ; 

A Gold watch, set in diamonds, on the back a lady 
holding her head with her left arm. 

2 red trinkets, set in gold. 

A Gold ring representing a lady under a tree, with 
her dog sleeping ; 

1 with two diamonds and coroline fiojure. 

1 with small diamonds; 1 with corolines. 

5 plain gold rings. 

A small box with my picture and gold chain. 

* " Rambles about Portsmouth," Nos. 81 and 123. 



552 CuTTs Genealogy. 

A snuff box with silver plate, marked C. E. R. con- 
taining a gold necklace and a gold locket ; 

A Snuff box as slipper, containing a gold necklace 
as a chain with gold lock — weight 5 oz.; 

A pair gold bracelets with Ivory representations ; 

A silver Snuff-box marked C. E. R., containing a 
pair gold bracelets as buckles, with black velvet 
strings ; 

A Gold Breast-pin representing Minerva and ship at 
sea; 

1 ditto representing a woman and her dog ; 

A Snuff box of Turtle Shell, containing a pair of 
sleeve buttons and a pair gold ear rings ; 

A Snuff box and glass motto, " Look within," contain- 
ing a gold neck-lace, with mother of pearl circles ; 

A small box and motto, containing a gold neck-lace 
for a child : 

A gold tumbler in a green case ; 

A turtle-shell Etui, with silver knife, scissors and 
penknife, and a silver smelliug bottle representing a 
pear." 

A romantic account of Mr. Rousselet's courtship is 
given in Brewster's " Rambles about Portsmouth" in the 
123** ramble, for which as we cannot vouch as to its 
authenticity, we give only the reference and those may 
read who will. 

528. Maey Tufton Moffatt, daughter of Samuel 
and Sarah Catherine (Mason) Moffatt, in 1 786 married 
Nathaniel Appleton Haven. He was graduated from 
Harvard College in 1779. Was seven years a physician 
and then a merchant. 

562. Captain Daniel Wise, son of James and Eliza- 
beth (Malcolm) Wise, was employed as a boy in Ports- 



CuTTS Genealogy. 553 

moutli, N. H., and worked on the sloop-of-war Ranger, 
l)uilt for our gov^ernment by John Paul Jones. He 
shipped on her and was with Paul Jones during his dar- 
ing and celebrated cruise in her in the British Channel ; 
took part in every naval engagement Paul Jones fought 
in her. After Jones was promoted to the command of 
the frig-ate JBon Homme Richard, he remained on the 
Ranger which was then placed in command of Capt. 
Elijah Hall of Portsmouth, N. H., who had previously 
been Jones' first lieutenant in the Ranger, and com- 
pleted the cruise. He received a pension for his ser- 
vices, and finally settled down in Kennebunk, Me., 
where he married Hannah Hubbard, and engaged 
largely and successfully in the West India trade, 
sending out lumber, staves, etc., in his own vessels, and 
importing molasses, rum and coffee. 

The French captured three brigs of each of which 
he was half owner, with specie on board for which his 
estate has claims on our government (for spoliations 
prior to 1800) amounting to nearly $30,000. This he 
willed to his son George Wise. He died May 6, 1843, 
aged 82 years and 4 months ; his wife survived him 
nine years, dying in Oct., 1852, when 83 years of age. 
They had seven children, all but one of whom lived 
to marry, and four of them were sons. 



Sixth geneTaiion. 



daughter of 
Nathaniel 



/7 ^/ ^ and Eliza- 

t/ beth (Bart- 

lett) Sparhawk, married, March 14, 1808, Hon. Wil- 
liam Jarvis, son of Dr. Charles and Mary (Clap- 
ham) Jarvis of Boston, Mass. Her aunt, Mary 
70 



554 CuTTS Genealogy. 

Pepperrell Spartawk, married Dr. Charles Jarvis, 
some years after the death of his first wife, and it 
was in visiting her aunt that she became acquainted 
with her husband, Mr. Jarvis. He was educated in 
Boston, at Bordentown, N. J., Academy, and at Phila- 
delphia; he also served a mercantile apprenticeship in 
Norfolk county, Va., as clerk and book-keeper. From 
the age of 21 to 26 he did business on Long Wharf in 
Boston, and by energy, intelligence and industry ac- 
cumulated a considerable fortune for those days. It 
was at about this time (1796) that he was thinking of 
settling in a home of his own, but, becoming embar- 
rassed, by the reason of the failure of a friend in New 
York, for whom he had indorsed largely, he was led 
to relinquish his business in Boston and go to sea. In 
the next five years, as supercargo, captain and part 
owner of a ship, he acquired a sufficient sum to relieve 
him of all pecuniary embarrassments. 

He sold his vessel and cargo at Cadiz and returned 
to Boston. On his airival home he found a commis- 
sion, from President Jefferson, awaiting him as consul 
and charge to Lisbon. His qualifications for the place 
had attracted the attention of President Jefferson, and 
Mr. Jarvis accepted the position. During these inter- 
vening years his engagement with Miss Sparhawk re- 
mained unbroken, and, finding after his first term had 
elapsed that he was desired to continue in his position, 
he persuaded Miss Sparhawk to go to him. This she 
did, after some waiting, and accompanied by her 
cousin, John Sparhawk, who acted as her escort, she 
made the voyage to her lover. The ship was unable 
to put in at Lisbon and so went to Cadiz. There Mr. 
Jarvis met his affianced bride, and they were married 
at the house of the American consul at that port (Mr. 
Hackley). Their oldest daughter was born at Lisbon, 



CuTTS Genealogy. 555 

and they remained there some time. During the time 
Mr. Jarvis occupied this position he was continually 
exercising his skill and tact for the interests of his 
country. He was instrumental in bringing about a 
change in the quarantine regulations of the kingdom, 
and was the means of introducing the Spanish Merino 
sheep into this country. Of these he bought 3,500, 
and sent them to America. He returned with his 
wife and daughter to the United States in 1810. In 
1811 their second child was born, while Mrs. Jarvis 
was in Haverhill, Mass. The return to the bleaker 
climate of New England seemed to affect her health 
and she did not long survive the birth of this daughter, 
dying in Haverill, Mass., in 1811, where she was 
buried. Her husband purchased a large tract of land 
on the Connecticut river, in Vermont, known as 
Weathersfield Bow, and became a farmer. He gave 
considerable attention to cattle of all kinds. He im- 
ported some fine stock from Holland. He often com- 
municated the results of his experience to the news- 
papers, and did much in that way to advance the in- 
terests of stock raising and agriculture. He also in- 
terested himself in American manufactures and would 
not buy any articles of foreign make. He was an ex- 
tensive reader, with a retentive memory and quick 
perception of the right or wrong of the many subjects 
in which he was interested. He married a second 
time. Miss Ann Bailey Bartlett, a cousin of his first 
wife, by whom he had a large family of children. He 
died in Oct., 1859, when he was in his ninetieth year. 
It has been said of him : " He was one of the great 
men of the age in which he lived, and though for many 
years he had declined all public honors, his superiority 
was felt and acknowledged in his by no means circum- 
scribed circle of acquaintance and nowhere more than 



556 CuTTS Genealogy. 

in the midst of bis own family who rise up to call him 
blessed." His oldest daugliter, Mary Pepperrell Spar- 
hawk Jar vis, after his death published a volume en- 
titled " Life and Times of William Jarvis," 

637. Benjamin Guild, who married Elizabetli 
Quincy, was a son of Benj. and Abigail (Graves) Guild. 
He graduated from Harvard College in 1769; from 1776 
to 1780 he was a tutor there. A member of The Ameri- 
can Academy of Arts and Science, and for some time 
a preacher, he subsequently opened a book store on 
Cornhill (now Washington street). His son Benj. 
Guild, Jr., who married Eliza Eliot, was fitted for col- 
lege at Hingham Academy and graduated at Harvard 
College, 1804. He studied law with Hon. Wm. Prescott, 
and was afterward his partner. He was for thirty 
years a member of the Massachusetts Society for the 
Promotion of Agriculture and its recording secretary 
Several reports of that society were written by him. 

Samuel Eliot Guild, a son of Benjamin and Eliza 
(Eliot) Guild, married Elizabeth H. Rice. He graduated 
with distinction in 1839 from Harvard College, and 
studied law wdth Wm. Gray and Theophilus Parsons. 
His studies were completed at the Law School in Cam- 
bridge. He was admitted to the Suffolk Bar in 1841. 
He achieved considerable success as Chamber counsel, 
conve}' ancer and manager of property. 

Charles Eliot Guild, son of Benj. and Eliza (Eliot) 
Guild, married Mary L. Eliot, about eight years after 
his graduation from Harvard College in 1846. He was 
for some time president of the American Insurance 
Company and is now agent for the London, Liverpool 
and Globe Insurance Company in Boston. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 557 

Edward Chipman Guild, sou of Benj. and Eliza 
(Eliot) Guild, graduated from Harvard College iu 1853. 
He became a Unitarian clergyman and was settled for 
some time at Itliaca, N. Y. He married Miss Emma 
Cadwallader and is now settled in Brunswick, Me. 

671. Elizabeth Bennett Wing ate, daughter of 
Capt. Moses and Elizabeth (Bennett) Wingate, married 
John Parher, a surveyor in Portsmouth, N. H., and 
son of Rev. Noah Parker, Oct., 1786. Their son, 

Wm. Bennett Parkee, married Elizabeth Marshall, 
and was for many years a police justice in that city. 
Their eldest son, 

John Pierce Parker, entered the U. S. Navy as 
midshipman, April 1, 1828; promoted to passed mid- 
shipman, June 14, 1834 ; lieut., Feb. 25, 1841 ; reserved 
lieut., Sept. 13, 1855, and died June 7, 1860. 

Wm. Albert Parker, the third child of Wm. B. 
and Elizabeth (Marshall) Parker, entered the IT. S. 
Military Academy as cadet, w^here he remained one 
year; w^as appointed midshipman in U. S. Navy, July 
3, 1832. He passed through the grades of passed mid- 
shipman, lieutenant, commander, and retired captain; 
served through the Mexican war wdth marked dis- 
tinction ; was in continuous service in the war of the 
Rebellion from Sept., 1861, to Jan., 1865. He died 
unmarried at East Boston, Mass., Oct. 24, 1882. 

702. -'Richard Cutts Shannon, M. D., of Dover, N. H., 
a graduate of Harvard College, 1795, studied medicine 
with Dr. Jacob Kittredge of that place and obtained a 
commission of surgeon in the U. S. Navy. He was 
not long in the service, having settled in Saco in the 



558 CuTTS Genealogy. 

fall of 1800. For a period of nearly twenty-eight 
years Dr. Shannon was the principal physician of the 
town. He died suddenly Apr. 19, 1828, universally 
lamented. At the time of his decease Dr. Shannon 
was deacon of the first church, of which he had been 
for many years an exemplary and justly esteemed mem- 
ber." — From " Folsom's Hist. Saco and Biddeford," 
p. 304. 

812. Nancy Gale Tucker, daughter of JosepH and 
Mary (Stone) Tucker, married Wm. Pitt Preble, Esq., 
Her husband was a native of York, Me., and his father, 
Esaias, was a captain in the Revolution and a member of 
the Convention to ratify the Constitution of Massachu- 
setts. Wm. P. Preble was born in Scotland Parish, 
Nov, 27, 1783 ; fitted for college under Rev. Roswell 
Messenger, then settled in town, and for many years 
known as the blind preacher ; graduated from Harvard 
in 1806. He w^as tutor in mathematics there from 1809 
to 1811. He studied law and first commenced practice 
in York. He removed to Alfred and was appointed 
county attorney. In 1813 he removed to Saco. In 1814 
President Madison appointed him U. S. attorney for 
Maine. In Jan., 1818, he removed to Portland, Me., and 
in 1820 was judge of the Superior Court. He sat 
upon the bench until 1828. President Jackson ap- 
pointed him minister plenipotentiary to The Hague. 

son of Edward and Mary (Carter) Cutts, was born 
in Portsmouth, N. H., August 3, 1803. His early 



CuTTS Genealogy. 559 

education was acquired at the schools in that city, 
after which he attended Phillip's Exeter Academy. 
He was graduated from Harvard College in the 
class of 1823. He studied law under Hon. Jeremiah 
Mason, and in September, 1829, he married Miss Mary 
Pepperrell Sparhawk Jarvis, eldest daughter and 
child of Hon. Wm. and Mary P. (Spai-hawk) Jarvis, of 
Weathersfield, Vt. His wife was a descendant in the 
seventh generation of President John Cutt, and he in 
the sixth generation of Robert Cutt, the youngest 
of the three brothers who came to New England. 
They lived for three years in Portsmouth, and kept 
house on Chinstian Shore, in the house built by Mr. 
Cutts' father, after which, at the urgent solicitation of 
Mrs. Cutts' father, Hon. Wm. Jarvis, they removed to 
North Hartland, Vt., near Mr. Jarvis. 

Beside the practice of his profession, Mr. Cutts was 
for a year editor of a paper in Portsmouth called 
''The Signs of the Times." Mr. and Mrs. Cutts had 
nine children, of whom four lived to marry, one son 
and three daughters ; and three of these left descend- 
ants. During Mr. Cutts' life in Vermont he was 
elected representative to the State Legislature, and 
served some years as probate judge. He was also 
elected vice-president for Verment of the New Eng- 
land Hist. Gen. Society, in which position he continued 
until his death. In 1860 they removed to Brattle- 
boro, Vt., where they built them a large and com- 
fortable home, but retained their place in North Hart- 
land. In their removal to Vermont, Mr. Cutts' mother 
and only remaining sister, Miss Mary Cutts, went 
with them. Mr. Cutts died very suddenly in March, 
1875, while he was in North Hartland, and was buried 
there, beside his children and mother. 



56o CuTTS Genealogy. 

927. Richard Dominicus Cutts, son of Hon. Kicliard 
and Anna (Payne) Cutts, was born in 1817. He was 
educated foi' a surveyor. In 186b lie attained to the 
rank of brevet brigadier-general, on the staff of General 
Henry Halleck. In 1855 he was United States sur- 
veyor. Me was one of the United States commissioners 
to the Vienna International Exposition in 1873, and in 
1883 attended the Geodesic Conference in Rome. At 
time of his death (Dec. 13^ 1883) he was first assistant 
superintendent of the coast survey. 

932. Sarah Cutts Thornton, daughter of Thomas 
Gilbert and Sarah (Cutts) Thornton, married Moses 
Emery, November 7, 1823. Her husband was a de- 
scendant of Moses Emery, who came from Newbury, 
Mass., to Mi not, Androscoggin county. Me. Mr. Emery 
pursued his education by himself (not without some 
opposition from his father), and unaided by teachers, 
during what leisure he had ; he gained a good knowl- 
edge of Virgil, Sallust and Cicero. In the fall of 1813 
he attended Bridgton Academy, and pursued the study 
of Greek, and the following winter taught school for 
a brief period. During this experience he saved forty 
dollars, besides paying all expenses. In 1814 he 
passed an examination for entrance to Bowdoin Col- 
lege successfully. His father still opposing his en- 
trance, he was sent to an uncle in New York, ^vho got 
him a position as cashier. In August, 1815,_ having 
reached his majority, he returned to Brunswick and 
passed an examination for entrance to the sophomore 
class of Bowdoin College. During his college course 
he was teacher at Brunswick, in the Buckfield Hi^h 
School and at Hebron Academy. He excelled in 
mathematics and the languages, and Avas wont to re- 
view them in later life, even as late as his eighty-fourth 



CuTTS Genealogy. 561 

year. Mr. Emery was admitted to the bar in 1821. 
After his marriage he settled in Saco, and continued 
his practice there during the remainder of his life. 
Later in life he turned over his court practice to his 
son, Geo. Addison Emery, and confined himself to 
office work. He was known to the bar of York 
county, Me., and adjoining counties as a lawyer of 
sound discretion, safe counselor, and honest in the 
trial of a cause. He resided in Saco sixty-four years, 
during which time his name was familiar both as a 
citizen and a lawyer, as a man esteemed for his integ- 
rity of purpose, his honesty of conviction, and for his 
strong will power to carry forward whatever he con- 
ceived to be right to a successful issue. He was a 
member of the county committee for twenty years, 
and of the State committee four years. In 1836-37 
he was a member of the Legislature, and died May 
12, 1881, aged 86 years. Mrs. S. C. T. Emery died 
Jan. 15, 1892. 

938. Anna Payne Thornton married Governor John 
Fairfield, Sept. 5, 1825. Her husband was born in 
Saco, Jan. 13, 1797, and was always a resident of that 
city. He was distinguished by an ardent love of 
knowledge, an active mind and great strength of pur- 
pose. On arriving at manhood he devoted himself to 
the study of law ; at the bar he soon acquired such 
a reputation that in June, 1832, he was appointed by 
the executive of the State, reporter of the decisions of 
the Supreme Judicial Court. He served as represen- 
tative to Congress in 1835, and was re-elected in 1837. 
, In 1838 he was elected governor of Maine, and three 
times after served in that capacity. He resigned the 
governorship in 1843 to accept a seat in the United 
States Senate, made vacant by the resignation of Hon. 
:i 



562 CuTTS Genealogy. 

Ruel Williams, In 1845 he received a re-election to 
the Senate for the term of six years. On Dec. 24, 
1847, his death occurred, when suffering from the 
effects of a surgical operation. His death was univer- 
sally lamented, and his devotion to his country and 
state received the highest econiums from those in 
power. Mr. and Mrs. Fairfield had nine children, of 
whom five lived to marry and raise families. 

1041. Heuben Cutts, son of Charles and Abigail 
(Hurd) Cutts, married Mehitable E. Cheney, daughter of 
Richard Cheney of Londonderry, K H., Feb. 14, 1828. 
In the fall of 1829 they bought a farm of sixty acres 
in Newport, N. H., on the Valley road on East moun- 
tain. They added to the place until they owned 225 
acres. They celebrated both the fiftieth and sixtieth 
anniversaries of their marriage, and nine months after 
the last celebration, in Nov. (16th), 1888, the union 
was broken by Mrs. Cutts' death. She was buried in 
the village cemetery of Newport. She had passed her 
85th birthday but two months before her death, hav- 
ing seen six of her eight children live to grow up and 
marry and settle down on farms in their native town. 
Death had not entered her family for more than 58 
years before she was taken. Reuben Cutts outlived 
his wife, passing away in March, 1890, aged 88. He 
had seen six generations in his family, ranging from 
his grandfather, Joseph Cutts, to his own great-grand- 
son. He left five children, fifteen grandchildren, and 
three great-grandchildren. 

1129. George Follansbee Jackson, M. D., son of 

Elijah and Abigail (Cutts) Jackson, was born in Pitts- 
ton, Me., August, 1827. After receiving his education in 
that city, he taught school in East Pittston for two years. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 563 

Studying medioine with Dr. G. Gr. Palmer in 1848, he 
went to the Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia, 
Pa., and graduated from there in 1853. In 1851, 
he married Miss Rachel Stevens Dearborn, and re- 
moved to New York city. In the latter place he has 
been sanitary inspector of the Board of Health ; sur- 
geon of the Metropolitan police ; member of the Acad- 
emy of Medicine of New York and of the County 
Medical Society. 

Dr. and Mrs. Jackson had two children, of whom 
the youngest, their only daughter, married Wm. Henry 
Bishop, the novelist, in 1886. 

1191. Captain Robeet Tkaill Spence, son of Keith 
and MaryWhipple (Traill) Spence, married Mary Clare 
Carroll, daughter of Nicholas Carroll, Esq., of Mary- 
land. Captain Spence's commission in the U. S. Navy 
as midshipman was dated May 15, 1800. His com- 
mission as lieutenant was signed by Thomas Jeffer- 
son. His commission as master commandant was 
signed July 24, 1813, by James Madison, and also as 
captain on Feb. 28, 1815. Before his death, which 
occurred at his residence near Baltimore, Md., Sept. 
26, 1826, he had been appointed to command the 
West India Squadron. When Captain Spence was 
midshipman, and serving under Decatur on the cap- 
tured Tripolitan gun-boat "No. 8," she was blown up 
by a hot shot sent through her magazine. After the 
explosion with her stern blown to pieces and under 
water, he kept on loading the long 26-pounder gun 
forward, fired it, and with his crew of eleven survivors 
gave three cheers and went down into the water, but 
was rescued. His father was at that time prisoner in 
Tripoli. Captain Spence was highly commended by 
Tom. Rogers for his promptness and ingenuity in lay- 



564 CuTTs Genealogy. 

ing obstructions in the way oi the British fleet off 
Baltimore, in Septembei', 1814.* In 1822 as senior 
American naval officer in the West Indies, he issued a 
protest against Francisco Morales, who had threatened 
death to Americans in the Spanish main. This was 
an act that was as much applauded at home as it was 
effective at the time and place of danger. In Africa 
he built the first fort at Mesurado in Liberia. His 
sons, Hon. Carroll Spence, and Chas. Lowell Stewart 
Spence, have been respectively, minister to Turkey un- 
der President Pierce, and sec'y of the legation, and 
envoy to Persia. 

Seventh Generation. 

1362. John Nelson Borland, M. D., son of John 
and Kebecca Nelson (Woolsey) Borland, of Boston, 
Mass., married Miss Madeline Gibson. The follo^Wng 
notice of Dr. Borland appeared in " The Transcript " of 
Boston after his death. 

" There are none of Dr. Borland's contemporaries who 
will not cordially remember the commanding figure, 
the genial presence and the attractive personality of 
this once conspicuous practitioner, hospital physician, 
and active participant in the medical and social life of 
Boston, greatly esteemed by professional associates, and 
by the large circle of friends with whom he was a 
popular and influential companion. Cultivated by 
education and travel, and experienced in knowledge 
of the world, simplicity and purity none the less stamped 
his ways and conduct with honesty and directness of 
purpose. Amiability, tact, methodical habits and 
quickness of observation adapted him readily to the 
varied requirements of medical practice. He carried 
his love of domestic life and his gentleness of manner 

*See The National Intelligencer, Washington, D. C, Sept. 29, 1814. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 565 

into sickrooms with winning and felicitous address. His 
sympathizing attentions, devoid of affectation, and not 
wanting in manly dignity, were of almost womanly 
tenderness. * * * He won the hearts of all classes — 
was gratefully looked up to by the poor, and endeared 
to old and young, in the families of appreciative clients, 
for his devoted personal ministrations in time of sick- 
ness and distress. Dr. Borland's fondness for the 
country, and his sportsman's love of nature, led him to 
relinquish his profession to remove to New^ London, 
Conn., and to devote his time to agriculture, and to 
the rearing of thoroughbred stock. * * * An abound- 
ing hospitality gave to the delightful surroundings of 
his house and picturesque farm, an attraction not 
lightly forgotten by those who were privileged guests 
beneath his ample roof. * * * He has left behind him 
the memory of an honored member of the medical pro- 
fession, and of a high-minded gentleman." 

His death occurred at the residence of his sister. 
No. 255 Commonwealth avenue, Boston, Mass., on 
August 10th, 1890. His funeral took place at Trinity 
Church at noon on August 13th. 

1757. Benjamin Penhallow Shillaber, son of 
William and Sarah Leonard (Sawyer) Shillaber, was 
born in Portsmouth, N. H., July 12, 1814. After a 
district school education he entered a printing office 
in 1830. In 1832 he went to Boston where he re- 
mained five years. He w^ent for a year to British 
Guiana in 1837. In 1840 he became editor of "The 
Boston Post," which position he held for the next ten 
years. Just before assuming that responsible position 
he married Miss Ann Tappan de Rochemont, they had 
eight children, of whom five were girls, and five lived 
to the age of maturity. Of these there was but one 



566 CUTTS Genealogy. 

son (Williaiu) who lived to marry, who now lives with 
his family in New Yoi'k city. 

From 1851 to 1853 he was editor of a comic paper 
called "The Carpet Bag." In 1856 he became editor 
of " The Saturday Evening Gazette " in Boston, and 
continued to edit it until 1866. His first published 
volume was entitled, " Rhymes with Reason and with- 
out," and was published in 1853. The work from 
which he received the nom de plume of Mrs. Parting- 
ton was published in 1854, and entitled "The Life and 
Sayings of Mrs. Partington ;" from this volume he re- 
ceived a world-wide reputation. It was followed by 
" Knitting. Work " in 1857; " Partingtonian Patch- 
work," in 1873; "Lines in Pleasant Places" (1875); 
" Ike Partington Juvenile Series ; " " Ike and His 
Friends" (1879); "Cruises with Captain Bob" (1881) ; 
and "The Double Runner Club" (1882). In 1882 he 
published a volume entitled " Wide-swath," embracing 
" Lines in Pleasant Places," and other poems. He has 
also contributed a large number of sketches to various 
periodicals during the interims between each published 
volume with great success. While he is best 
known as one of the foremost of American humorists, 
he is equally at home in prose and poetry. Some 
of his most beautiful lines have been written about his 
native town, of which the following quotation is an 
excellent example: 

" 'Twas a brave old spot, and deep was the shade 
By the fast locked boughs of the elm tree made, 
Where the sun scarce looked with his fiery eye, 
As he coursed through the burning summer sky, 
Where breezes e'er fanned the heat-flushed cheek, 
Old Frenchman's Lane, up by Islington Creek. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 567 

Host lovely the spot, yet dark was the tale 

That made the red lips of boyhood pale, 

Of the Frenchman's doom and the bitter strife, 

Of the blood stained sward and the gleaming knife, 

Of the gory rock set the wrong to speak, 

In Frenchman's Lane, up by Islington Creek." 

The latter years of Mr. Shillaber were spent in his 
quiet cosy home in Chelsea, Mass. From there 
he sent out many cheering letters to his friends, despite 
the fact that he was himself more or less of an invalid. 
His letters were perhaps the most accurate portrayals 
of the man himself of any of his writings. Occa- 
sionally he went back to his boy-hood's home, some- 
times to visit his children, but most often he was by 
his own fireside, under the loving care of his daughter. 
Miss Caroline Wheeler Shillaber, who was his constant 
companion after the death of his wife. In November, 
1890, he was taken with his last illness and passed away 
most peacefully on the 25th of that month. The 
funeral services were held at the Church of the Re- 
deemer in Chelsea, November 28. An eloquent ad- 
dress was delivered by Prof. C. H. Leonard, D. D., of 
Tuft's College, and appropriate music and scriptures 
were accompanied by prayers. The services at the 
grave were in charge of " The Robert Lark Lodge," A. 
F. & A. M. of Chelsea. It is too soon to place an 
estimate on Mr. Shillaber's genius and his rank ia 
American literature, but those who knew the man well 
could say reverently, " I thank my God on every re- 
membrance of thee." 

178L Edward Holyoke Cutts, son of Hon. Hamp- 
den and Mary P. S. (Jarvis) Cutts, was born in Ports- 
mouth, N. H., at the residence of his grandfather, 



568 CuTTS Genealogy. 

Edward Ciitts, Esq., on Christian Shore. His boy- 
hood days, ho^vever, were largely passed in Vermont, 
where his father and mother removed when he was an 
infant. His eai'ly educati^m, aside from that received 
in his own home from the family governess, was ac- 
quired at Thetford Academy in Thetford, Vt., and at 
the military school at Norwich, Vt. He was fitted for 
a civil engineer, and followed it for several years. 
When qaite a young man he went as far west as Wis- 
consin, and soon after to Minnesota, on an exploring 
expedition. On January 10, 1855, hemarired Hannah 
Sherwood, a daughter of Reuben and Catherine 
(McDonald) Sherwood, After service in the late war, 
where he acquired his commission as captain, and dur- 
ing which time his family resided in Vermont, they 
removed to Minnesota, and witnessed the growth of 
Faribault (their home) from a small settlement to a 
large city. At the time of his death (Oct. 11, 1887) he 
was Vice-President of The Old Settlers' Association of 
Rice county, Minn. In February, 1892, his only re- 
maining son, Hampden, was taken away by death, at 
the early age of twenty-one years, thus leaving that 
branch of the family without a representative in the 
male line, Cutts. Of Capt. and Mrs. Cutts' nine 
children only four daughters survive. 

1783. Anna Holyoke Cutts, daughter of Hon. 
Hampden and Mary P. S. (Jarvis) Cutts, was born in the 
northern village of the township of Hartlaud, Vt., on 
the sixtieth anniversary of the battle of Bunker Hill. 
The farm to which her parents had removed was one 
formerly owned by Governor Paul Spooner of Vermont; 
from the front of the house seven townships could be 
seen, and a blending of mountain and meadow. The 
great wealth of natural )»eauty surrounding the place 



CuTTS Genealogy. 569 

impressed itself ou the young girl, and her love for 
nature was always one of the most beautii'ul phases of 
her life. Her earliest experience at boarding school 
was in 1849, at Miss Peabody's in Hanover, N. H. 
Prior to this she had received tuition at home from the 
family governess or at public school. Her earliest 
literary effort was penned when but ten years of age, 
and still remains in the possession of her family. It 
is a little book with blue paper covers, and contains the 
memoir of a lady living near by, whose death had re- 
cently occurred. There is ample evidence in the book 
of the talent shown by her in later years. Her talents 
in music and art were shown at an early period in her 
life, as well as in literature and the sciences. Both 
vocal and instrumental music, and drawing and paint- 
ing were readily acquired by her. In instrumental 
music she preferred the violin, though never so pro- 
ficient upon that as upon the piano. Between the 
eighteenth and twentieth years of her life she composed 
in both prose and poetry as well as in instrumental 
music. She studied Latin and French, and her acquire- 
ments in the higher and lower English branches were 
thorough, her favorite studies being rhetoric and his- 
tory. In 1855 she graduated from the academy in 
Thetford, Yt., then under the principalship of 
Prof. Hiram Orcutt. Before she graduated she had 
taught in a neighboring district school, and evinced the 
thorough fitting she had for the position. In the 
fall of 1856 she went to Warsaw^, Va., to teach, 
and remained there one year. On her return she be- 
came interested in the movement to purchase Mount 
Vernon, and when her mother was appointed vice- 
regent for Vermont, her daughter Anna acted as her 
secretary. 

Her first prose sketch appeared in print at about 
72 



570 CuTTS Genealogy. 

that time, being entitled " Mount Vernon," and signed 
witli the no7n de 'plume of " Ernest." It was printed 
in the " Vermont Chronicle." In 1859, when visiting at 
Hanover, N. H., she became acquainted with Mr. Abel 
Trumbull Howard, then a student at Dartmouth Col- 
lege, and a native of West Hartford, Vt. They were 
engaged in the following year, and married (after the 
removal of Judge and Mrs. Cutts to Bi-attleboro) in 
Aug., 1861. The earlier part of their married life Mr. 
and Mrs. Howard taught in Walpole, N. H., Brattleboro, 
Vt., Brooklyn, N. Y. , and Chester, N. J. After this they 
were the principals of a large boarding school for seven 
years in Matawan, N. J. In the fall of 1873, they went 
to Brooklyn, N. Y., which was thereafter their home. 

During this period she wrote but little ; not until 
after her last residence in Brooklyn did she commence 
to publish her writing extensively. Nearly two thirds 
of Mrs. Howard's married life was passed in Brooklyn, 
and there, beside her literary work, she found many 
outlets for her energies. Chief among these were 
"The W. C. T. U.," "The Woman's Suffrage Associa- 
tion," "The Brooklyn Woman's Indian Association," 
and "The Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Ani- 
mals." 

"The Nursery," "The Christian at Work," "The 
Woman's Journal," "The Household," and "Our 
Home Magazine," were among the papers for which she 
wrote most frequently. 

Chief among her few essays were : " Power of 
Silence" (1875) and "Simplicity True Beauty " (1878), 
" The Dignity of Silence " (1888) and " Semper Idem " 
(1889). These have been pronounced excellent by 
competent critics and highly commended. 

During the last few years of her life she took up 
musical composition again and composed several hymns, 



CuTTS Genealogy. 571 

the words for which she also wrote. Four of these 
were published in ''Woman in Sacred Song." A num- 
bered record of her published contributions in poetry 
and prose places it at about 400, most of which were 
written during the last sixteen years of her life. She 
wrote over the nom de "plumes^ at various times, of 
"Ernest," "Sana," "Luxdux," "Edith Elliott" and 
"Anna Holyoke." Beside these, she used " A. H. C," 
"A. H. H.," "A. H.," "A. H. C. H.," and "Anna 
Holyoke Howard." Mr. and Mrs Howard had 
seven children, of whom four were daughters (only 
one of the daughters living beyond infancy). Their 
oldest child and son is the author of " Life and 
Times of General John Wolcott Phelps ; " and be- 
side belonging to several different historical societies 
has done something in the line of genealogical writ- 
ing, of v\ hich the " Cutts Genealogy " is the largest 
and most extensive. Mrs. Howard was a woman 
of deep sympathy and tenderness, and her children 
were ever the object of her care and affection. The 
work of her oldest child received great impetus from 
her kindly criticisms and affectionate interest. Though 
never strong, Mrs. Howard became more and more sub- 
ject to illness as she grew older, and on June 27th, 1 889, 
she was attacked by a violent paroxysm of pain, which 
proved to be peritonitis, and the following evening, 
June 28th, she was at rest. Her body was laid in the 
beautiful cemetery at Brattleboro, Vt., on July 1st, and 
those who knew her best believe that she has learned 
the depth of beauty in her own true lines : 

" Henceforth there is laid up for thee 
Love, joy and immortality." 

1957. Lieut. -CoL. James Madison Cutts, Je., son of 
James Madison and Ellen (O'Neale) Cutts, was born 



5/2 CuTTs Genealogy. 

Oct. 20, 1837, in Washington, D. C, and educated as a 
lawyer. 

His military record is best shown in the following 
report, No. 3343 in the '2d session of the 5 1st Congress : 

The Committee on Military Affairs, to whom was 
referred the bill (H. R. 7490) for the relief of Brevet 
Lieut. -Col. J. Madison Cutts, respectfully report as 
follows : 

We find from the evidence and a careful examina- 
tion of his record as certified by the War Department 
that this soldier, then a young lawyer, was one of the 
earliest of those who patriotically enlisted for the de- 
fense of the Union. 

After serving as a private soldier in the First Rhode 
Island Volunteers (three months' service), he was 
commissioned by President Lincoln, at the request of 
Hon. Stephen A. Douglas, made shortly before his 
death, as captain of the Eleventh United States Infan- 
try. 

After organizing as mustering and disbursing officer 
Rhode Island troops, cavalry, artillery and infantry, 
he was ordered to report for duty on the staff of 
Major-General Burnside, and served on that general's 
staff as aid-de-camp, judge advocate, and in other staff 
capacities in his successive commands of the depart- 
ment of North Carolina, the Ninth Army Corps, the 
right wing of the Army of the Potomac, the Army of 
the Potomac, and the I)e[)artment of the Ohio. Dur- 
ing that period he was present in the battles of South 
Mountain, Antietam, and Fredericksburg, in which his 
services were of a very high order of distinction. 

He thereafter served with his regiment in the Mine 
Run campaign of General Meade and in the many 
battles of General Grant's campaign of the Wilder- 
ness, and was acting field officer, and thereafter com- 



CuTTS Genealogy. 573 

manded his regiment at General Giant's headquarteis, 
City Point, Va., and at General Meade's headquarters 
and in the battle of Fort Steadman, Va. His final service 
was in Louisiana, as commander of the post of Shreve- 
port, La., with subposts at Marshall and Jeff erson, Tex. 

His services as a soldier were very varied, arduous, 
unremitted, often extremely hazardous, and involving 
great responsibilities, and he was at all times noted for 
ability and fidelity to duty and for conspicuous and 
distinguished acts of gallantry on many battle-fields, 
until after rallying his regiment, which had been 
broken by a decimating artillery fire in front of Peters- 
burg, Va., June 18, 1864, he himself fell, as was at 
the time supposed, mortally wounded while advancing 
in front of his regiment in the line of battle which he 
had reformed. 

He then incurred a disability, in the performance of 
a specific act of great gallantry, sufficient to have en- 
titled him to be at once retired as captain. A little 
more than two years afterward he could have been 
retired under the act of Congress of July 26, 1866, 
with the rank of his command when wounded, that of 
a field officer. 

Although often urged and advised to avail himself 
of the provisions of that act, he had no desire to be- 
come a charge upon the country he had helped to 
save, and remained in the service, although seriously 
disabled, hoping still to be of service to his country. 

He resigned June 19, 1868, under circumstances of 
great personal distress and after having been tried by 
a court-martial on two sets of charges, which seem to 
have originated largely from personal difficulties with 
one of his officers. 

At the time of his resignation Colonel Cutts be- 
lieved that the court-martial had sentenced him to 



574 CuTTs Genealogy. 

dismissal, but was entirely ignorant of the fact that 
the court had unanimously recommended, not mitiga- 
tion or leniency, but the entire and absolute remission 
of the sentence, thus while rendering a technical or 
pro fortna judgment themselves declaring that in view 
of all the circumstances the accused was not strictly 
amenable to their sentence. 

This fact, by reason of his resignation, was not 
known to Colonel Cutts until May, 1890, and has only 
lately been officially certified by the secretary of war 
to your committee 

His career since his resignation has been one of long- 
continued, useful and honorable effort in civil and pro- 
fessional life. The committee believe it highly to his 
honor, that after marrying and having eleven children, 
seven of whom are now^ living, he has forborne to press 
his claim and appeal for relief, until no longer able by 
reason of disability, the result of his wounds and ex- 
posures in the service, to bear the cares, anxieties and 
wants of his large family. 

In view of his long-continued and distinguished ser- 
vices, entitling him in a marked degree to the grati- 
tude of his country, the committee recommend that 
he be honorably restored to the status he held when 
wounded, and accordingly report favorably the bill 
for his retirement in the army, with the rank of cap- 
tain. 

In justice to the soldier, and in support of their 
action, your committee append the statements of the 
many distinguished soldiers, living and dead, who 
were his friends, immediate and associates, and com- 
rades in arms. 



CUTTS Genealogy. 575 

Appendix. 

Captain Cutts rendered efficient services as muster- 
ing and disbursing officer in organizing Rhode Island 
troops, for which he was personally thanked by the 
governor of that State. 

Maj.-Gen. William Sprague, late governor of Rhode 
Island, writes : 

" Colonel : Say from me that your early action, the 
earliest who stirred, becoming the forlorn hope, against 
the organized South, entitle you to great considera- 
tion. More than that, your more than interested re- 
lations South would have restrained you had you not 
been more than ordinarily imbued with patriotic 
ardor. Besides, were you not the brother-in-law of 
Stephen A. Douglas. Your services were of a high 
order here, and I unite fully with all who certify to 
your services, with equally praiseworthy ones under 
my official eye." 

The statements of Maj.-Gens. Samuel D. Sturgis, J. 
D. Cox, John F. Hartranft, Hugh Ewing, Henry J. 
Hunt, and William B. Franklin, fully cover the period 
of his staff services. 

Says General Sturgis : 

" I was well acquainted with Colonel Cutts during 
the campaign in Maryland in 1862, and cannot speak 
in terms too high of the valuable, arduous and often 
hazardous services which he rendered at the battles of 
South Mountain and Antietam. My personal acquaint- 
ance with Colonel Cutts included also his services at 
the battle of Fredericksburg, Va., in the fall of 1862, 



576 CuTTS Genealogy. 

where his services were well understood by the army 
corps (Ninth) to which we both belonged. 

" I believe it may be safely said of Colonel Cutts 
that there are few officers of his rank and opportuni- 
ties who have done so much and received so little in 
return." 

Writes General J. D. Cox : 

"I take pleasure in stating that during the years 
1862 and 1863 I was well acquainted with the mili- 
tary standing of Col. (then Captain) J. Madison Cutts, 
who was then serving on the staff of Major-General 
Burnside, commanding the right wing of the Army of 
the Potomac. This brouoht me in constant inter- 
course with the gentlemen of General Burnside's staff, 
and I know that Captain Cutts was among the most 
energetic, brave and intelligent of the officers in that 
service. He sought active field service as acting aid, 
and was found wherever severe duty was to be done." 

Says General Hunt : 

''I knew and esteemed Colonel Cutts during the 
late war, whilst he was serving on the staff of General 
Burnside, commanding the Army of the Potomac, my 
own headquarters being with those of General 
Burnside. 

" He bore the character of an active, intelligent and 
efficient officer, not only during that time but in the 
previous campaign in Maryland, when General 
McClellan commanded that army. 

'After he joined his I'egiment I did not personally 
see so much of him, but his services weie always well 
spoken of until he was disabled by a severe wound 
received in one of the assaults on Petersburg in June, 
1864." 



CuTTS Genealogy. 577 

Writes General Hartranft: 

" I was well acquainted with Col. J. M. Cutts dur- 
ing his services with the Army of the Potomac, and 
up to the time of his disabling wound in front of 
Petersburg, June, 1864. 

" He was distinguished for bravery and unswerving 
fidelity to duty, and I cheerfully testify to the very 
high regard in which he was held by his comrades 
and his superior officers. On the staff of Major-Gen- 
eral Burnside and with his regiment he fully met every 
requirement of a gallant soldier and true patriot." 

Says General Hugh Ewing : 

" The troops which I commanded were led to their 
position in line of battle at Antietam by Colonel Cutts, 
and the soldierly skill, coolness and bright courage 
displayed by him that day won from me the highest 
admii'ation. 

" He displayed on that field the noble qualities that 
go to make up the brilliant soldier, and I do not recall 
a single other officer during the entire course of the 
war that so quickly and profoundly impressed me. 

'' What more can I say ? He was a bright light on 
the field of battle, cheering up the duller spirits, and 
by such service long continued as few rendered or 
could render, he secured the gratitude of the soldier 
and earned the lasting gratitude of the Republic." 

Writes General Franklin : 

" I well remember the fact that you were with me 
at the first battle of Fredericksburg, December 13, 
1862, as a member of the staff of General Burnside, 
the commanding general, I being at the time the com- 
mander of the left grand division. The service that 
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5/8 CuTTS Genealogy. 

you tlien rendered was brave, able and efficient, and 
deserved honorable recognition by tlie authorities, 
although I have never heard that you received it. As 
our paths led in different directions after that time, I 
cannot speak positively of your services afterward ; 
but I know that it was honorable and distinguished, 
and that you were severely wounded in action and 
were entitled to have been placed on the retired list 
had you applied to be so placed. I do not think that, 
under the circumstances, you ought to be considered 
as having lost your right to such a position now, and 
sincerely hope that you will be successful in your 
efforts to have your merits recognized by the action of 
Congress, for which you ask." 

Says Maj.-Gen. Rufus Ingalls, chief quartermaster of 
the armies operating against Richmond : 

" This certifies that I have personally known Col. 
J. Madison Cutts, captain, Eleventh Infantry, for years, 
running back before he entered the army. I saw muck 
of him while he served in the Army of the Potomac 
on General Burnside's staff', and with his regiment. I 
saw him at City Point when dangerously wounded in 
battle on the 18th of June, 1864, and sent him to 
Washington for treatment. He is a man of fine educa- 
tion and had a robust constitution before his hard and 
dangerous service, but is now enfeebled from the 
effects of this service and wounds. As a soldier he 
stood higk with all who served with him. No one 
questioned Ms ability, patriotism and bravery. He 
served faithfully, and is deserving of his country, now 
in his day of need." 

In the early days of his recovery, while still confined 
to his bed, Captain Cutts was cheered and strength- 
ened by a letter written by General Griffin, his division 



CuTTS Genealogy. 579 

commander, to Mrs. Griffin, and by her brouglit to 
him to read : 

Writes General Griffin : 

" I asked General Ayres to-day how Captain Cutts 
was getting on, and he replied he understood he was out 
of danger, and added he had made his mark as a gal- 
lant officer this campaign. 

" I doubt whether any officer of the regulars has been 
so specially gallant and attentive to duty as Captain 
Cutts, and it was a subject of universal remark before 
he was wounded or thought he was going to die ; still, 
it would not have surprised any one who had known 
his father." 

Writes General Ayers, his brigade commander : 

" My knowledge of Colonel Cutts dates back to his 
army service. He joined my command in 1864 and 
was with it in that long series of battles commencing 
with the Wilderness, through that, Spottsylvania 
Court-house, the North Anna^ Cold Harbor, and the 
crossing of the James, to the front of Petersburg, 
when, in the assault on that place, June 18, he was 
severely wounded and carried from the field. 

" His good conduct was marked in all those battles, 
and in some of the severest his gallantry was conspicu- 
ous. He was a soldier who deserves well of his 
country." 

And again, in a separate paper, General Ayers, writ- 
ing fi'om personal knowledge, as an eye witness of the 
circumstances under which Colonel Cutts was wounded, 
says: 

" I have the honor to state, from personal knowl- 
edge, that Bvt. Lieut.-Col. J. Madison Cutts, late cap- 



58o CuTTS Genealogy. 

tain Eleventh Infantry, was second in command of Lis 
regiment (and acting field officer) on the 18th of June, 
1864. 

"In the engagement in front of Petersburg, Va., on 
that day a spherical case-shot burst in front of the 
regiment, killing seven men and wounding twenty- 
three others. Of course, confusion in the regiment 
followed. Colonel Cutts stepped to the front and 
straightened out the line. While doing so he was 
severely wounded and carried from the field. His 
conduct was, as on former occasions, conspicuous and 
gallant." 

It now remains to refer to the statement of that most 
distinguished and skillful surgeon. Dr. Basil Norris, 
U. S. Army, who attended Colonel Cutts while 
wounded. He writes: 

" Capt. J. M. Cutts, Eleventh United States Infantry, 
was wounded on the 18th of June, 1864, in front of 
Petersburg, Va., while acting as field officer, and, as I 
have been informed, advancing in line of battle in 
front of his Tegiment. 

"He was conveyed to Washington, where he ar- 
rived June 20, 1864, and placed under my treatment, 
and continued under my care until September follow- 
ing. His wound was a gunshot wound (rifle ball) of 
left side. The ball entered between the eisrhth and 
ninth ribs on a Ime below the axilla, fractured the 
ninth rib, penetrated the lung, and made its exit be- 
tween the ninth and tenth ribs at a point about one 
inch from the spinal column. 

" Captain Cutts was brevetted lieutenant-colonel for 
gallant and distinguished services in that campaign of 
the Army of the Potomac, having previously rendered 



CuTTS Genealogy. 581 

conspicuous services in the preceding camj)aigns of the 
same army. 

" His wound created a permanent disability, which 
then, and ever since, would have entitled him, had he 
requested while in the service, to be placed on the re- 
tired list. 

"He never made such application, but before his 
wounds were entirely healed he rejoined his regiment 
and sought opportunities for further service and 
distinction. 

" He resigned in 1868, and now, with a large family, 
after a long interval of honorable exertion, he finds 
himself no longer able to contend against his increas- 
ing disabilities incurred in the line of duty and in 
battle. 

" Informed, as I am, that Colonel Outts will apply 
to Congress to be placed on the retired list of the 
army, I would respectfully say that such recognition 
of his services and suiferings would only be in accord- 
ance with the custom of service in the regular army in 
like cases, and that I believe he abundantly merits 
such consideration." 

Colonel Cutts was twice brevetted for gallant and 
distinguished services. He was recommended for the 
colonelcy of one of the regiments of General Hancock's 
Veteran Corps. Although strongly commended by 
his brigade, division, corps and army commanders, 
Generals Ayers, Griffin, Warren and Meade, and al- 
though his detail was requested by General Hancock 
in person, it was declined and refused by the secretary 
of war, because he decided that the veteran corps was 
designed to bring back into the service those that were 
out of it, and he therefore would not order the detail 
of an officer already in the army. 



582 CuTTS Genealogy. 

The indorsement of that distinguished soldier, Maj.- 
Gen. G. K. Warren, the commander of the Fifth Army 
Corps, with reference to Captain Cutts' promotion to 
the colonelcy of a veteran corps regiment, followed the 
recommendations of his brigade and division com- 
manders, Generals Ayers and Griffin, and was as 
follows : 

"HEA.DQUARTEKS FiFTH Army Corps, August 24, 1864. 

" I could add nothing to the recommendations above, 
which I fully indorse. I hope such faithful service 
and suffering will not go unrewarded." 

Writes Maj.-Gen. Edward Ferrero : 

" It affords me great pleasure to recommend Col. J. 
M. Cutts, having known him personally while con- 
nected with the Ninth Army Corps. A brave and 
accomplished officer, whose faithful services during the 
late war entitled him to the kind consideration of his 
fellow-men in general. I sincerely hope that his wishes 
to be retired will meet with the approval of the Senate 
and House." 

Writes Maj.-Gen. and ex-President E,. B. Hayes : 

" During the Antietam campaign I served in the 
same corps with Colonel Cutts and have sufficient in- 
formation of his services throughout the war to be well 
assured that it was of decided merit. 

" I am confident that he deserves the relief that 
Congress is asked to afford, and I trust sincerely that 
it will be granted." 

Testifies Erig.-Gen. David B. McKibben : 

" It affords me great pleasure to add my testimony 
to your gallantry on the field of battle and to your 
high soldierly character when we served together in the 



CuTTS Genealogy. 583 

Army of the Potomac. The records of the war de- 
partment show this. All your brother officers were 
witnesses of it. Such being the case a generous coun- 
try will not refuse its aid, only asked for when broken 
down by wounds and disease incurred battling for its 
existence. 

'' I sincerely wish you success, and I have not the 
slightest doubt you will achieve it. No one has a bet- 
ter claim and few as richly deserve of their country." 

Writes Maj.-Gen. Orlando B. Wilcox, now governor 
Soldiers' Home : 

'' I have read the abstract of your service in the 
army with great interest, and cheerfully add my testi- 
mony to the mass of evidence to your distinguished 
services during our acquaintance in the war of the 
rebellion. 

" I remember your activity and great usefulness in 
the fights at South Mountain and Antietam, particu- 
larly where, as aid-de camp to General Burnside, you 
contributed so much to success, and I may safely say 
that no staff officer habitually exposed himself to dan- 
ger in carrying orders and gaining intelligence more 
than yourself. 

'' In my humble judgment you are richly deserving 
retirement, with the rank of captain at least." 

Testifies Maj.-Gen. George W. Getty : 

"I fully concur in all that has been said in your 
behalf. 

" During the Maryland campaign, which resulted in 
the battles of South Mountain and Antietam, I was 
the chief of artillery of the right wing of the Army of 
the Potomac, You rendered most efficient aid to me 



584 CuTTS Genealogy. 

in selecting positions for the artillery, and subsequently 
in conducting the batteries to the positions selected. 

"In the Virginia campaign, under Major-General 
Burnside, your services were active and dangerous in 
carrying orders and gaining intelligence of the move- 
ments of General Lee's army. No staff officer on 
General Burnside's staff rendered more efficient or 
valuable services than yourself. 

"Your services during the war were eminent and 
honorable, deserving the highest consideration. 

" I do most sincerely hope that Congress, as a simple 
act of justice, will grant the relief you ask." 

2042. Henry Theodore Cheever (Rev.), is a son of 
Nathaniel and Charlotte (Barrell) Cheever; his father 
and grandfather, both Nathaniel, were born in Reading, 
Mass. His grandfather, Nathaniel Cheever, married 
Elizabeth Bancroft, sister of Dr. Aaron Bancroft, and 
aunt of George Bancroft, the histoiian. Henry T. 
Cheever was graduated at Bowdoin College in 1834, 
and afterward at Bangor Theological Seminary. After 
a long voyage for his health to South America and the 
Sandwich Islands, and some months spent in Spain, 
France and Louisiana he entered the ministry and was 
in charge of churches in Lodi, N. J., New York 
city, in Westport, Greenport and Jewett City, Conn., 
closing his active ministry with a nine years' pastorate 
in Worcester, Mass. He has always been actively and 
fearlessly interested in public questions and moral 
reforms and has spent much of his energy in writing, 
speaking and working for the suppression of slavery, 
intemperance and other public evils, upon which he has 
published several works. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 585 

2039. George Barrell Cheever was born at Hallo- 
well, Me., April 17, 1807. He graduated at Bowdoin 
College in 1825, in tlie class with Longfellow, Haw- 
thorne and Jonathan Cilley. He graduated from 
Andover Seminary in 1830, and was ordained pastor 
of the Howard Street Congregational Church, Boston, in 
1832. In 1839, after a tour abroad, Dr. Cheever went 
to New York and took charge of the Allen Street 
Presbyterian Church. He was, after 1845, principal 
editor of ''The New York Evangelist." In 1846 he was 
made pastor of the Church of the Puritans, and became 
renowned as a preacher who rigorously and forcibly 
applied orthodox principles to the current questions of 
the day. In 1870 he retired from the pulpit and has 
since resided at Englewood, N. J. On leaving New 
York he gave his house to the American Board and 
the American Missionary Association, Dr. Cheever 
contributed many letters to the " Observer," to the 
"Independent" and to the "Bibliotheca Sacra." 
Among the best known of his publications are " God's 
Hand in America " (1841), " Defense of Capital Punish- 
ment" (1846), ''The Eight of the Bible in our Public 
Schools" (1854), "Lectures on the Life, Genius and 
Insanity of Cowper " (1856), "God against Slavery, 
and the Freedom and Duty of the Pulpit to Kebuke 
It" (1857), "Guilt of Slavery and Crime of SJave-hold- 
ing" (1860), "Faith, Doubt and Evidence" (1881). 
Dr. Cheever died at Englewood, N. J., in August, 1890, 
leaving a wife but no children. 

2045. Charles Cutts Wilcox, son of Captain David 
and Elizabeth D. (Cutts) Wilcox, was born in York, 
Me., in 1808. His early education was acquired in his 
native town. He removed to Illinois quite early in 

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586 CuTTS Gp:neat.ogy. 

life, where lie achieved distinction as a lawyer and 
judge. 

Mr. Wilcox was married three times, his first wife 
being Miss Elizabeth Leonard, who survived but six 
years. She was a lovely petite woman of rather deli- 
cate organization, hardly fitted to cope with pioneer 
settling in a new country, the then far west. In 1839 
he married Mrs. Augusta (Ernst) Peebles, a young 
widow, who died in 1845, leaving one daughter, now 
Mrs. Walter M. Smith of Stamford, Conn. His 
third wife, was Miss Alma Ann Chellis, whom he 
married in Eockford, 111., in 1854. By .her he had 
one daughter, now Mrs. Orron B. Spencer, M. D., of 
Kankakee, 111. 

2038. Joseph Brown Cutts, M. D., born in Kitter}^ 
Me., Oct. 9, 1820, is the eldest son and child of Capt 
Hiram and Eunice (Brown) Cutts ; he studied medicine 
and graduated from the Bowdoin Medical School in 
1842. He immediately began the practice of his profes- 
sion in Buffalo Grove, Ogle Co., 111. In 1849, on the 
outbreak of the gold fever in California, he sailed from 
Boston as surgeon of a passenger ship around Cape 
Horn to San Francisco, which he reached in July. 
After some rough mountain experience, he entered the 
employ of Adams <fe Co.'s express and banking-house 
at Stockton, Cal., and was with them when their 
disastrous failure took place in 1855. Returning 
from thence he resumed his profession in Buffalo Grove 
(then changed by the building of the Illinois Central 
railroad to Polo) and was there at the outbreak of the 
Civil War. In 1853 he married Anna Savage Thacher, 
daughter of Colonel Geo. Thacher, Esq.,"^ of Biddeford, 
Me., by whom he had one son, George Thacher Cutts, 

* Collector of port at Belfast, Me., under Wm. Henry Harrison. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 587 

wlio is at present secretary and treasurer of the Con- 
solidated Coal Co., of St. Louis, Mo. Mrs. A. S. T. 
Cutts died in April, 1861, and, in September of 
the same year, he entered the military service as 
surgeon 2d Illinois Cavalry. He was present at Fort 
Donelson, Union City, Tenn., Bolivar, Tenn., Holly 
Springs, Miss., and in the operations around Vicksburg^ 
Miss. After the fall of Vicksburg, his regiment 
with part of the 1 3th Army Corps to which it belonged, 
was transferred to the Gulf department and partici 
pated in the campaign of General Franklin in West 
Louisiana. At the expiration of three years, service in 
the field, he resigned from the cavalry and took a 
United States commission as surgeon United States 
Volunteers, and was placed on duty in the hospitals in 
New Orleans, Mobile and elsewhere until mustered out 
in October, 1865, with the rank of brevet lieutenant- 
colonel in the medical staff, United States Volunteers. 
He married his second wife, Marianne Burrows, daugh- 
ter of John Burrows, Esq., of Philadelphia, Pa., and 
granddaughter of Wm. Morgan of Glenmorganshire, 
Eng., in New Orleans in 1865. She died in Louisiana, 
Mo., in 1877. He is at present residing with his son 
in the city of St. Louis, Mo, 

2203. Marseista Edgar Cutts, son of Edward and 
Elizabeth (Messer) Cutts, was born in Vt^rmont. Quite 
early in life he removed and settled in Iowa. In 
June, 1857, he married Miss Helen Frick of Sheboygan, 
Wis. The following sketch of his life was taken from 
the "Chicago Inter-Ocean" after his death: 

" The Hon. M. E. Cutts, member of Congress from 
the. Sixth District of Iowa, died at Oskaloosa to-day, 
aged 50 years. He was one of the leading Republi- 
cans of the Sixth Congressional District and of Iowa, 



588 CuTTS Genealogy. 

and was one of tLe strongest men tlie State has pro- 
duced. He once i-epresented Mahaska county in the 
Legislature, and was for a period attorney -general of 
the State. In this capacity he represented the State 
in the Granger cases before the Supreme Court of the 
United States, and in winning these cases he added to 
the fine reputation he had already enjoyed at the bar. 
In 1880 Mr. Cutts was elected to Congress on the Re- 
publican ticket by a vote so close that it was reversed 
and his opponent seated. In 1883 he was elected to 
Congress again by a large and unquestioned plurality, 
and consequently his death causes a vacancy in that 
office. He was a bold, radical man, made strong 
friends and had strong enemies, but none of them ever 
said aught against his personal integrity. His service 
in Congress was broken by ill-health, as he had during 
the canvass of 1880 exposed himself to undue exertion 
in speaking, so that he almost entirely lost his voice. 
For almost a year his condition has been such as to 
cause the utmost apprehension to his family and 
friends. He commenced the practice of law in Powe- 
sheik county, located at Oskaloosa, where he became 
prominent as a lawyer, banker and good citizen He 
was a native of Vermont, and had strong mental quali- 
ties peculiar to New Englanders. His family of late 
years has been sadly afflicted. Three years ago he 
buried a noble and promising son just on the threshold 
of manhood. And in April last a beloved daughter 
was taken from him when he himself was supposed to 
be at the point of death. His death adds another chap- 
ter to one of the saddest family histories of Iowa. His 
death leaves a vacancy to be filled at the coming elec- 
tion. The governor will soon issue a proclamation 
calling an election." 



CuTTS Genealogy. 589 

2208. Ann Eliza Cutts, eldest daughter of Thomas 
and Fanuy (Kingsley) Cutts, was born in Orwell, Yt., 
Apr. 30, 1833. Her education was received at Troy 
Conference Academy in Poultney, Vt., from which she 
graduated in 1854. She studied art with James Hope, 
and in 1856 was called to take the art department of 
the academy from which she graduated, which position 
she held until her marriage. In August, 1859, she 
married Rev. Mr. Widmer, a Methodist clergyman, by 
whom she had three children. Their home was for 
many years in Bennington, Vt., but more recently in 
Troy, N. Y. 

2467. Mary Dearborn Jackson, daughter of Dr. 
George F. and Kachel (Dearborn) Jackson, married 
William Henry Bishop, July 28, 1886. Mr. Bishop was 
born in Hartford, Ct., Jan. 7, 1847, educated at Yale 
College and graduated in 1867. He had the honor of 
being the class poet He studied architecture in New 
York, but afterward took up journalism at Milwaukee, 
Wis., to which his taste was inclined, where he resided 
several years. While there he wrote stories which 
found much favor with the "Atlantic Monthly." In 
1877 he removed to New York and entered upon a 
distinctively literary career. The comj)lete list of his 
published works is as follows : 

" Detmold, a Romance," " The House of a Merchant 
Prince," " Choy Susan and Other Stories," " The Golden 
Justice," Houghton, Mifflin & Co., Boston. 

" Old Mexico and the Lost Pi'ovinces," " Fish and 
Men in the Marine Islands," Harper & Bros., New York. 

" The Brown Stone Boy and Other Queer People," 
Cassell & Co., New York. 

"The Yellow Snake," Lippincott & Co., Phila- 
delphia. 



590 CuTTS Genealogy. 

Ill 1888 lie sailed for Europe with his wife to take 
up an exteiided residence there. He has recently con- 
tributed articles on his travels to the "Atlantic 
Monthly." 

2476. Charles Chauncy Shockford, son of William 
and Joanna Chauncy (Moore) Shackford, was born in 
Portsmouth, N. H., where he received his early educa- 
tion. Later he was sent to Phillips Exeter Academy 
and Harvard College, graduating from the latter in 1835. 
Soon after leaving college he entered the ministry 
and was called to the Hawes Place Church in Boston. 
After that he was nineteen years pastor of the Second 
Congregational Church in Lynn, Mass. In 1871 he 
was chosen professor of rhetoric and literature in Cor- 
nell University at Ithaca, N. Y., where he lived for a 
number of years. Since his retirement from the 
faculty of Cornell he has lived, until his death on Dec. 
25, 1891, in Brookline, Mass., where his wife and four 
children survive him. 

2485. Major-General Fitz John Porter, son of 
Lieutenant John and Eliza Chauncy (Clark) Porter, was 
born in Portsmouth, N. H., in 1822. He was nephew 
of Commodore David D. Porter of Essex renown. His 
earliest instruction was received at Alexandria, 
Va., after which it was continued at the well-known 
Phillips Exeter Academy in New Hampshire. He 
prepared for West Point at the school of Stephen M. 
Weld, in Jamaica Plain, Mass. He entered the Mili- 
tary Academy as a cadet in 1841, and graduated 
eighth in a class of one hundred and twenty-three 
members, which graduated forty-five members. He 
was at once commissioned brevet second lieutenant 
(1845) and attached to the Fourth Artillery. During 
the summer of his graduation he was selected for duty at 



CuTTS Genealogy. 591 

West Point as an assistant in the department of 
artillery and cavalry, and engaged in instructing the 
cadets during encampment, and was later sent to join 
his regiment at Fortress Monroe, In July, 1846, he 
joined the army at Fort Isabel, Tex., and saw active 
service at Saltillo in the same year. Six months later 
he embarked at Brazos and accompanied General 
Scott's army. Throughout the entire Mexican War he 
was conspicuous for gallant and meritorious service. 
He was brevetted successively captain and major. In 
1849 he was assigned to duty at West Point, where he 
remained for six years. During that time he was in- 
structor of natural and experimental philosophy, adju- 
tant of the Military Academy, and finally instructor 
of artillery and cavalry. In 1856 he was appointed 
assistant adjutant-general, and was assigned to the staff 
of General JPersifer F. Smith, commanding in Kansas. 
In 1857, while on duty at New York, Porter was 
assigned to the staif of General A. S. Johnston, and 
accompanied him to Utah, enduring that ever-memor- 
able campaign in the Rocky Mountains. In the fall of 
1860 was assigned to duty as assistant inspector-gen- 
eral at the headquarters of the army in New York city. 
In April, 1861, he was on duty in the adjutant-general's 
office in Washington. Until August, 1861, he served 
under General Patterson and his successor, General 
Banks. In recognition of his services Major Porter 
was appointed by the secretary of war, colonel of the 
Fifteenth Infantry, and soon after brigadier-general of 
volunteers, when he was assigned to duty in Washing- 
ton to organize regiments into brigades and assign them 
to divisions. General Porter was next assigned to 
Fort Corcoran to relieve General Wm. T. Sherman, 
transferred to command in the West. General Porter 
fought in the battles of New Bridge, Hanover Court- 



592 CuTTS Genealogy. 

house, Mechanicsville, (raines Mill, Turkey Bridge 
aud Malvern. For meritorious service in this campaign 
he was, without solicitation, brevetted a brigadier-gen- 
eral in the regular army, and appointed a major-gen- 
eral of volunteers. He served under General Pope 
for several days at the close of his remarkable cam- 
paign, fi2:hting under him the memorable second battle 
of BullRun. 

Soon after his arrival in Washington, an order was 
issued from the war department directing the forma- 
tion of a military commission to examine into charges 
which had been preferred against him by General 
Pope. This order was afterward revoked and a court- 
martial ordered. It is unnecessary to enter into any 
account of the trial, as this volume is meant only to 
give an outline of the lives of the more distinguished 
members in the biographical portion. Tardy justice 
has been accorded, and those who wish can learn more 
by consulting the published records of the war 
department. In 1869 the khedive of Egypt offered to 
General Porter the position of commander of his army 
with the rank of major-general. This brilliant offer 
General Porter declined, as he preferred to remain in 
his own country. General Porter lives at present in 
New York city. There he has been commissioner of 
public works, and in 1884 was appointed one of the 
police commissioners, which office he vacated in May, 
1888, when he was appointed lire commissioner. The 
last position he held one year, since which he has 
not held public office. He is president of the Asphal- 
tic Slag Paving and Roofing Company, and president 
of the Society for Instruction in First Aid to the Injured. 

In 1857 he married Miss Harriet Pierson Cook, 
daughter of John and Hannah (Sanford) Cook, by 
whom he has had two sons and two daughters, all of 
whom are living. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 593 

2523. Maky Akn Screven, daughter of Thomas and 
Mary Ann (Smith) Screven, married George Philip 
Frierson, M. D., in Charieston, S. C, where they lived 
severa yearsl. After her father's death they removed to 
Lowndes county, Ala., because it was a new country 
and the opening better for a physician than in the 
older States. They lived there several years and Dr. 
Frierson continued to practice medicine and farming. 
Being an unusually bright man with the greatest possi- 
ble fondness for books, Dr. Frierson made a very success- 
ful physician. After his wife's death he married her sis- 
ter, Martha Eleanor Screven, who had always lived 
with them. The climate not agreeing with Dr. Flier- 
son's health, and disliking the society, he concluded to 
try a new country again. He removed to De Soto 
parish, in Louisiana, about 1850. There he bought 
about 10,000 acres of land and proceeded to clear the 
forest and plant cotton. He still practiced his pro- 
fession, but not on a large scale, as the country was too 
sparsely settled. They brought their slaves with them, 
and the friendship existing between owners and ser- 
vants was of the tenderest. When he proposed at one 
time to sell his negroes to persons more sanguine of 
the Confederacy than he, and leave America to go to 
Europe, his wife begged him with tears in her eyes not 
to do it. The thought of trusting her black depend- 
ents to others was abhorrent to her, so her husband 
gave way and remained their friend and counselor until 
the crash came. After the war was over Dr. and Mrs. 
Frierson concluded they would like to go away from 
the States. They were induced by books and friends 
to go to Central America. They lived there three 
years, but did not like it enough to remain, so they re- 
turned and selected Pensacola, Fla., as an abiding 
place. 

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594 CuTTs Genealogy. 

Mrs. Frierson was a frail delicate woman, and the 
various misfortunes and hardships told heavily upon 
her. She was possessed of great force of character, 
and was a remarkably intellectual woman. Her death 
occurred in Pensacola in 1876, where she was buried. 
In the same year Dr. Frierson, and such of his family 
as had not preceded him, returned to their old home in 
Louisiana to develop the place. Dr. Frierson passed 
away in 1883, and his homestead and lands are still 
held in the possession of Lis children. He had fifteen 
children, of whom six passed on before him, and the 
remainder live on or near the old homestead, with the 
exception of Dr. William Screven Frierson and his 
family, who reside in Dallas, Tex. The home place 
has a mill for ginning cotton, and a plantation store. 
It is known as Frierson's Mill in the post-office direct- 
ory and situated about twenty-five miles south of the 
city of Shreveport, La. 

2602. Maey Traill Spence Lowell, daughter of 
Rev. Charles and Harriet Brackett (Spence) Lowell was 
born in December, 1810. In April, 1832, she married 
Samuel Raymond Putnam, Esq., who died in 1867, 
by whom she had four children, three sons and one 
daughter. Two of her sons lived to be 21 and 22 years 
of age before they were taken from her ; the other died 
in infancy, leaving her daughter as her only companion 
now. Mrs. Putnam inherited her father's linguistic 
talent, and is noted as the author of some very able 
papers on Polish and Hungarian literature. She has 
also written a dramatic poem. She lives at present in 
her home on Beacon street in Boston, Mass. 

2606. Robert Traill Spence Lowell, son of Rev. 
Charles and Harriet Brackett (Spence) Lowell, was 



CuTTS Genealogy. 595 

born Id October, 181(>. He graduated at Harvard 
College in 1833, and after acquiring a medical educa- 
tion became a clergyman in the Episcopal church. In 
1846 and 1847, in Newfoundland, where he gathered 
materials for his novel, " The New Priest of Conception 
Bay." This was issued in 1858 and again in 1863, 
with illustrations by Darley. In 1860 he published a 
volume of poems entitled " Fresh Hearts that Failed 
Three Thousand Years Ago." From 1869 to 1873 he 
was Head Master of St. Mark's School at Southboro, 
Mass. Afterwards he was professor of Latin in Union 
College. These are his chief works and positions held, 
although he accomplished a great deal as a writer and 
as a teacher. His death occurred on the 12th of Sep- 
tember, 1891, a month after that of his brother James. 

2605. James Russell Lowell, youngest son and 
child of Rev. Charles and Harriet Brackett (Spence) 
Lowell, was born in Cambridge, Mass., February 22, 
1819, He gradueted from Harvard College in 1838, 
and was twice married. His first wife, Miss Maria 
White, was gifted as a writer of beautiful poems, and 
his second wife. Miss Frances Dunlap, was equally 
gifted. His whole life has become so much the prop- 
erty of the world at large that it is unnecessary to add 
any thing to what has been written. His poems and 
prose Works will live in the memory of all who read 
them. Few are born to fi.ll such eminent positions, 
stateman, diplomat, litterateur, poet, essayist, critic 
and professor. All these he filled and when he 
" passed on " in August, 1891, the whole world mourned 
his loss. 

1208. Nathaniel Appleton Haven, Jr., was born 
in Portsmouth, January 14, 1790, and graduated from 



596 CuTTS Genealogy. 

Harvard College in 1807. He studied law under Hon. 
Jereraiati Mason, and was admitted to the bar in 1811. 
January 8th, 1816, he married his cousin, Eliza Went- 
worth Haven, and died June 3d, 1826. 

2607. Hon. Cakkoll Spence, son of Eobert Traill 
and Mary Clare (Carroll) Spence, was born at Balti- 
more, Md., in 1818. He was educated at St. Mary's 
College. After completing his education there he 
studied law, was admitted to the bar and began the 
practice of his profession in Baltimore. In 1842 and 
1843 he was a member of the Legislature. 

In 1843 he married Kebecca Carroll, daughter of 
Charles Ridgely Carroll of Baltimore. In 1854 he 
was sent by President Pierce minister to Turkey. 

2060. Com. Charles William Whipple Pickering, 
son of Isaac W. and Louisa Josepha Whipple (Spence) 
Pickering, was born in Portsmouth, N. H. His early 
education was received in that city. On May 1, 1822, 
he was appointed a midshipman in the navy from New 
Hampshire, and was assigned to duty on board the 
sloop-of-war Gyane, which vessel was ordered to the 
west coast of Africa. In 1833 he was promoted to be 
passed midshipman, and Dec. 8, 1838, received his 
commission as lieutenant. In 1834 he was executive 
officer of the Cyane in the expedition to Darien and 
the noted bombardment of Greytown. In 1855 he was 
promoted to be commander and was ordered to Ports- 
mouth uavy-yard, where he remained three years. 
July 15, 1862, he was commissioned captain, and ordered 
to command the United States ship Kearsarge, then fit- 
ting out at this port, but was detached from that vessel 
in 1862 and given command of the Housatonio. He 
remained in this vessel until she was destroyed by a 



CuTTS Genealogy. 597 

torpedo in Charleston harbor, February, 1865, receiv- 
ing injuries from which he never fully recovered. As 
soon as he was able to resume his duties he was given 
the United States ship Vcmderbilt, but was detached 
from that vessel, and again ordered to the Portsmouth 
navy-yard in Aug., 1865 He was retired at his own 
request in 1867, receiving promotion to commodore the 
same year. He was thus, it is seen, in the naval ser- 
vice for more than 65 years. He died in St. Augus- 
tine, Fla., Feb. 29, 1888. 

2768. William Gray Wise, son of Daniel and Mary 
(Walker) Wise, was born in Portsmouth, N. H., May 
23, 1821, and a descendant in a direct line from Rev. 
John Wise of Ipswich, Mass. His early education was 
received at Phillips Academy in Exeter, N. H., which 
he entered in 1835. His desire to enter the United 
States Military Academy at West Point was checjked 
by the death of his father in 1837, and the earnest re- 
quest of his mother to relinquish the idea of a military 
career. He had devoted some time to the study of (dvil 
engineering under Prof. James Hayward of Boston, 
but relinquished to take employment in a mercantile 
house in New York city. On arriving at the age of 
twenty-one he entered business as a member of the 
firm of McGregor & Wise, which at a later period be- 
came McGregor, Wise & Morris. Disposing of his 
interest later he took the selling agency of a sugar re- 
finery in New York in which he invested all his means. 
This ended in disaster through the manager's villainy, 
and at twenty-six young Wise found himself penniless. 
He was soon after engaged as secretary in the investi- 
gation of the affairs of the Boston and Maine railroad, 
and aided in preparing the report submitted to the 
stockholders. This gave him reputation as an ac- 



598 CuTTS Genealogy. 

coiiiitant, and lie soon after became assistant treasurer of 
tlie Merrimac Manufacturing ComjDany of Lowell, Mass. 
This company was at that time the largest manufactur- 
ing corporation in the country, and he held this re- 
sponsible position fourteen years. During this time 
he resided in Lowell, where he served four years as a 
member of the school committee, and was for some years 
a director of the Public Library, and also a trustee of 
the Middlesex Mechanics' Association. In 1857 h«', was 
chairman of the committee of one hundred citizens 
appointed to organize the Republican party in the city 
of Lowell, and became chairman of the Republican 
city committee in the election following, in which the 
'' Know Nothing party " was wiped out and the 
Republicans assumed the reins of government for the 
first time, Nathaniel P. Banks being chosen governor. 
Mi\ Wise was elected to represent a Lowell district in 
the Legislature, where he w^as complimented by an ap- 
pointment as chairman, on the part of the House of 
Representatives, of the Joint committee on public 
charitable institutions. Yielding to the urgent de- 
mands of business, however, he declined a renomina- 
tion to office. A soldiers' aid society being organized 
after the opening of the Civil War, Mr. Wise took the 
secretaryship, and was instrumental in sending a large 
amount of money to the families of soldiers from the 
city of Lowell. In 1862 Mr. Wise w^as appointed 
regimental quartermaster of the Sixth Massachusetts 
Regiment. He accompanied them to the field and 
took his full part in the campaigns. Before the term 
for which his regiment had enlisted w^as expired Cap- 
tain Wise was offered the treasurership of a corporation 
about to be organized in Auburn, N. Y. As a matter 
of duty to his wife and family he felt ol)liged to accept 
the offer. He resigned his commission in 1863, much 



CuTTS Genealogy. 599 

against the desire of liis superior officers, and was 
elected one of the trustees and treasurer of the Au- 
burn WouL-n Company. This position he held until 
his death in 1886. In 1883 he bought in connection 
with two associates an old woolen mill property and 
organized the Canoga Woolen Company, of which he 
became treasurer. During the i-esidence of Mr, Wise 
in Auburn he was for a long time trustee of the Cayuga 
County Savings Bank, of the Seymour Library and of 
the City Hospital, being also president of the last- 
named institution. From 1876 to 1881 he was chair- 
man of the board of excise commissioners. During 
Governor Dix's administration he was appointed as- 
sistant quartermaster general of the National Guard 
of the State of New York, with rank of major, and 
attached to the staff of General John H, Chedell, com- 
manding the Twenty -third Brigade. He died very 
suddenly in his office in Auburn, N. Y. (while engaged 
in transacting business), of heart disease, on Sept. 13, 
1886. His wife was Miss Annie Pierrepont, daughter 
of Dr. Jas. H. Pierrepont of Portsmouth, N. H., and 
granddaughter on the maternal side of Capt. Thos. 
Manning of that city. Very beautiful remarks were 
made by Wm. Lloyd Garrison, Jr., at his burial ser- 
vice on Friday, Sept. 17, which have been printed in 
pamphlet form. We regret for lack of room that we 
cannot reproduce them here. 

Eighth generation. 

2896. EvEEETT Pepperrell Wheeler, son of Hon. 
David Everett and Elizabeth Bartlett (Jarvis) Wheeler, 
married Lydia Lorraine Hodges, daughter of Silas H. 
and Julia (Fay) Hodges, Nov. 22, 1866. 

Mr. Wheeler graduated from the College of City of 
New York in 1856 and from the Harvard Law School 



6oo CuTTs Genealogy. 

in 1859. Ill 1865 lie was made president of the 
Alumni Association College of City of New York and 
again in 1879. He has V)eeu a lawyer by profession 
ever since his graduation. In 1880 he was elected 
president of the Free Trade Club of New York, 
which he held until 1887. From 1881 he has been 
chairman of executive committee Civil Service Associa- 
tion and chairman of the tariif committee of the Ke- 
form Club of New York in 1888, of which organi- 
zation he has also been president. In both these 
organizations he has been an active and effective 
worker since their beginning. In 1887 he was elected 
president of the Church Club of New York. 

2930. Mary Ann Dimmick, daughter of Colonel 
Justin and Mary O. (Waldron) Dimmick, married 
Captain Alfred Taylor, U. S. A. 

Captain Taylor was born in Fairfax county, Va., 
in 1810, and entered the navy as midshipman in 
1825. In 1837 he reached the grade of lieutenant. 
He served with the frigate Comberland during the 
blockade of Vera Cruz and the other naval operations 
along the Mexican coast. From 1849 to 1851 he was 
detailed for duty at the Washington navy-yard. He 
was on duty in the steamer Mississippi with Commo- 
dore Perry's expedition to Japan in 1853-55. In 
the latter year he was promoted to the grade of com- 
mander, and when the Civil War broke out was 
stationed on the coast of Africa in charge of the sloop 
Saratoga. In 1862 he became a captain and was 
attached to the Boston navy-yard where he remained 
until 1865. He was promoted to commodore and sub- 
sequently to the grade of rear admiral in 1872, and 
was soon after retired. He died in AVashington, D, C, 
April 18, 1891. 



CuTTS Genealogy, 6oi 

2984. Wm. Appleton Rust, M. D., son of Meschach 
and Martha (Frost) Rust, graduated from the medical 
department of the University of New York in 1846. In 
1848 he married Frances J. Goodenow, daughter of 
Hon. Rufus K. Goodenow of Paris, Me. She died the 
following year, and in 1851 he married her sister, Sarah 
J. Goodenow. Dr. Rust j^racticed his profession at 
South Paris, Me., until 1865, when he was appointed 
by Hon. Wm. P. Fessenden, inspector of internal reve- 
nue for the district of Maine. Resigning this office the 
next year he removed to Boston and entered the firm 
of Rust Bros. & Bird, wholesale druggists, from 
which he retired in 1890. While in Maine he was for 
several years a trustee of the State Reform School. 
Since he removed to Boston he has been a representa- 
tive in the General Court, trustee of the City Hospital, 
and member of the School Board for ten years. He 
has also been a director of the Metropolitan railroad 
and in the Blackstone National Bank. 

2985. Nathaniel J. Rust, a son of Meschach and 
Martha (Frost) Rust, married Martha C. Carter in 1863. 
He has been a member of the Boston Common Council, 
and representative in the General Court. He is at 
present a member of the Board of Aldermen and presi- 
dent of the Lincoln National Bank. 

4559. Elliott Coues, son of Samuel Elliott and 
Charlotte Haven (Ladd) Coues, was born in Ports- 
mouth, N. H., Sept. 9, 1842. He is widely known by 
his numerous works on ornithology, mammalogy, lierpe- 
tology, bibliography, comparative anatomy and natural 
philosophy. He received the degree of A. B. in 1861 ; 
A. M.,honorary, in 1862; M. D. in 1863; Ph. D., hon- 
oraiy, in 1869, Columbia University, Washington. In 
76 



6o2 CuTTS Genealogy. 

1 862-3 he was a medical cadet in the U. S. Array ; in 
1863-4 was acting assistant surgeon; from 1864 to 
1881 was assistant surgeon in the U. S. Army, when 
he resigned. In 1869 he was professor of zoology and 
comparative anatomy in Norwich University, in Ver- 
mont. From 1873 to 1876 was surgeon and naturalist 
in the U. S. Northern Boundary Commission ; collabo- 
rator Smithsonian Institution in 1875 ; from 1876-1880 
he was secretary and naturalist in the U. S. Geologi- 
cal and Geographical Survey of the Territories. In 
1877 he was also professor of anatomy in the National 
Medical College (medical department of Columbian 
University). In 1883 he was professor of biology in 
the Virginia Agricultural and Medical College. In 
1884 he became member of the general council and of the 
American board of control of the Theosophical Society 
of India. He is a member of seven different scientific 
and other societies ; a corresponding and honorary mem- 
ber of fifteen or sixteen more. He was one of the found- 
ers and vice-presidents of the American Ornithologist- 
Union, and the founder of the Gnostic Theosophical So- 
ciety of Washington. He is the author of 13 large vol 
umes on ornitholog}", beside several hundred mono- 
graphs and papers in scientific periodicals. Chief among 
these are his "Key to North American Birds" (1872), 
'' Field Ornithology " (1874), "Fur-bearing Animals" 
(1877), etc. He has also been editor for several years of 
• " The Auk " and other ornithological magazines. 



LIST OF SOME OF THE PORTRAITS EXTANT 
OF CU TTS DESCENDANTS. 



1. 

2. 

3. 

4. 

5. 
6. 

7. 

8. 
9. 

10. 

11. 

12. 
13. 

14. 

15. 

16. 

17. 
18. 
19. 
20. 

21. 

22. 
23. 

24. 
25. 

26. 

27. 



Name. Artist. Owners. 

Mrs. Katherine (Cutt) { Portrait by Smy- j A. H. Ladd, Esq., Porte- 

MoflFatt S bert ] mouth, N. H. 

Elizabetli (MofEatt) I Miniature \ Mrs. G. H. Sherburne Hull. 

Sherburne ) ( 

Elizabeth Mofifatt... Smybert. „ „ , ^ 

Katharine (Moffatt) ) ^_„i„„ j Rev. Dr. A. P. Peabody, 

Whipple 



■*")|Copley I 



Cambridge. 



TV, ^ / ,^. • X } A.lex. H. Ladd, Esq., Ports- 
Samuel MofEatt V Mmiature |- mo^tij^ N. U. 

,,., . , ) „ n n 1 (Mrs. Fanny (Whipple) Hef- 

Joseph Whipple . . . . [ Paatelle, Copley, -j ^^^^^^^ Portsmouth, N. H. 

) ^ i Alex. H. Ladd, Esq., Ports- 

Wm. Whipple JTenney ^ ^^^^^1^^ ^ H. 

William Whipple . . . Trumbull. 

Com. Wm. Whipple ) ^g^^ i Mrs. F. (Whipple) HeflFenger. 

Pickering ) •' ( 

Louisa (Spence) Pick- 



ering 

Miss Louisa S. Pick- 
ering 

Wm. Elwyn 

Alfred Wm. Langdon 

Elwyn 

Mrs. Eliza (Langdon) 

Elwyn 

Hon. John Langdon ) q^^^^ 
Elwyn ) ^ 

Alfred Langdon El- |^ g^^ly 
wyn ) 

Jas. Russell Lowell 



Harding Rev. 



Dr. A. L. Elwyn. 



George M. Barrell. 



Sarah Mitchell Say- 
ward 

Sarah (Say ward) Bar- 

.1 rell Miniature Chaa. C. Barrell. 

Sarah Say ward Blackburn George M. Barrell. 

John Barrell Chas. C, Barrell. 

Wm. Barrell 

Geo. Guelphs Barrell, " 

Samuel Cutts Blackburn Mrs. Edward H. Cutts. 

Edward Cutts Miniature Est. Anna H. (Cutts) Howard 



6o4 CuTTS Genealogy. 

Name. Ai'tist. Ownei-s. 

^^' ^ c'uuf ^ "^''*^^" [ ^""^^^ ] Est. Anna H.(Cutt8) Howard. 

29. Marj Peppereir(Spar- ) ^j^i^ture. .,...\ Mrs. H. L . (Cutts) Budd. 

hawk) Jarvis ) ( ^ ' 

30. Thomaa Westbrook 

Waldron 

31. Elizabeth Donnell ^ Mrs. L. C, Putnam, York, 

Cutts '( Me. 

32. Col. Thos. Cutts .... Unknown York Inst., Saco, Me. 

33. Sarah (Cutts) Thorn- 

ton 

34. Sarah (Cutts) Thorn- 

ton 

35. Wm. Cutts " " " 

36. Foxwell Curtis Cutts. " " " 

37. Jas. B. Thornton 

38. Thos. Cutts, Jr Miniature Mrs. B. N. Goodale, Saco, Me. 

39. Hannah Pemberton 

40. Mary Pemberton 

41. Samuel Pemberton 

42. Mary Colman 

List of Portraits Ex;tant in 1893, of those who havk Mar- 
rip:d into the Cutts Family. 

Names. Owners. 

Hon. John Moffatt (oil), Sray- j A. H. Ladd, Esq., Ports- 
bert ( mouth, N. H. 

Robert Traill (pastelle) Mrs. F. (Whipple) Heffenger. 

Anna (Holyoke) Cutts (oil), | ^^^ ^^^^^^ j^ ^^^^^^ 
Blackburn / 

Hon. William Jarvis (oil) " Mrs. H. L. (Cutts) Budd. 

Hon. William Jar vis (miniature) " " " " 

Elizabeth (Scaramon) Cutts 

(miniature) ] 

Nathaniel Barrell, Cole (minia- 
ture) 

Mrs. Theodosia (Lyman) Barrell Chas. H. Barrell. 

Judge Jonathan Sayward Geo. M. Barrell. 

Hon. John Langdon 

Marshal Thornton York Inst., Saoo, Me. 

Sarah (Scammon) Cutts 

Samuel Abbott 

Benjamin Colman 

Rev. Ephraim Ward 



OFFICIAL POSITIONS HELD BY MEMBERS OF 
THE CUTTS FAMILY AND CONNECTIONS IN 
MAINE AND MASSACHUSETTS. 



Judges. 

March 6, 1694-5 —William Pepperrell. 
October 10, 1699 —William Pepperrell. 
June 15, 1698 — William Pepperrell. 
December 13, 1715 — William Pepperrell. 
February 18, 1724-25 — William Pepperrell, Jr. 
April 11, 1729— William Pepperrell. 
July 9, 1733 — William Pepperrell, Jr., Timy Gerrish. 
October 5, 1739 — Elisha Gunnison. 

May 23, 1760 — Nathaniel Sparhawk filled the vacancy 
caused by Judge Pepperrell's death. 
March 18, 1772 — Nathaniel Sparhawk. 

Special Justices of Court of Common Pleas. 

October 26, 1733-34 — Elisha Gunnison. 
June 27, 1747 — Richard Cutts, Jr. 
November 10, 1761 —Richard Cutts, Jr. 

Sheriffs. 
1702 — Joseph Curtis. 

Judges of Probate. 

1700-1709 — Joseph Hammond, died in office, February 20, 
1709. 
1795-1807 — Edward Cutts. 

Registers of Probate. 

1694-1700 — Joseph Hammond. 
1733-1734 — Robert Eliot Gerrish. 



6o6 CuTTS Genealogy. 

Representative in Congress under Massachusetts. 
1801-1813 — Colonel Richard Cutts, 7th-13th Congresses. 

Deputy Collector. 
1849-53 — Dominicus Cutt Nye. 

Justice of the Peace. 
1665 — Richard Cntts, Kitterj. 

Councillors under Massachusetts. 

1686 — Francis Champernowne. 
1727-59 — Win. Pepperrell, Jr. 
1755-62 — Richard Cutts. 
1760-62 — Nathaniel Sparhawk. 
1775-1777, 1780— Charles Chauncy. 
1779-80— Edward Cutts. 
Richard Waldron. 

Senators under Massachusetts. 

1780-82 — Edward Cutts. 
1800-1802 — Richard Foxwell Cutts. 
1810 — Thomas Cutts, Saco. 

Representatives to the General Court. 

1790, 1793-1797, 1800-3-6 — Richard Foxwell Cutts. 
1665-1676 — Richard Cutts, Portsmouth, N. H. 

War of the Rehellion. 

Chas. A. Cutts — Sixth N. H. Volunteers. 

Robt. Cutts Gunnison— Co. A. H. Art. N. H. Yol. 

Committee of Safety in New Hampshire. 

May 19, 1775-Jan. 20, 1776. Wm. Whipple. 
Sept. 24, 1776-Dec. 14, 1776. Samuel Cutts. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 607 

Siege of Louisburg. 

Wm. Pepperrell. 

Richard Cutts. 

Thos. Westbrooke Waldron. 

Associate Justice Massachusetts Bay Province. 
1657 — Richard Cutts. 

Counselors in New Hampshire. 

1680 —John Cutt, Portsmouth, died March 27, 1681. 
1680 — Richard Martyn, Portsmouth, died 1693. 
1680— WilHam Vaughan, Portsmouth, died 1719. 
1680 — Thomas Daniel, Portsmouth, died 1683. 
1680 — Richard Waldron, Dover, died June 27, 1689. 
1681 — Richard Waldron, Jr., Portsmouth, died Xov. 30, 
1730. 

1683 — Nathaniel Fryer, New Castle, died Aug. 13, 1705. 

1683 — Robert Elliott, New Castle. 

1684 — Francis Champernown, died 1686. 

1692 — Thomas Graffort, Portsmouth, died Aug. 6, 1697. 
1702 — Samuel Penhallow. Portsmouth, died Dec. 2, 1726. 
1715 — George Vaughan, Portsmouth, died Nov. 20, 1721. 
1724— Jotham Odiorne, New Castle, died Ang. 16, 1748. 
1732 — Richard Waldron, Portsmouth, died Aug. 23, 1753. 
1732 — Benjamin Gambling, Portsmouth, died 1737. 
1762 — Nathaniel Barrell, Portsmouth. 

1772 — Thomas Westbrooke Waldron, Dover, died April 3, 
1785. 

1776— WiUiam Whipple, Portsmouth, died Nov., 1785. 

1776 — Josiah Bartlett. 

1776 — Math. Thornton. 

1777-1780 — George King Atkinson, died Jan. 13, 1805. 

1822 — Hunking Penhallow, Portsmouth. 



ITEMS OF INTEREST RELATING TO CUTTS 
FAMILY IN HISTORICAL WORKS. 



Vol. I. New Hampshire Historical Society Collections con- 
tains : 

Samuel Penhallow's " Wars with the Indians." 
Mr. Vanghan's address to Queen Anne. 
Various papers relating to John Mason. 

Vol. II. New Hampshire Historical Society Collections con- 
tains : 

Major Richard Waldron's biography. 

Vol. VIII. New Hampshire Historical Society Collections. 

President John Cutt's Commission, pp. 1-9. 
Notices of all counselors in brief. 

Deposition of John Cutt, Jr., calling Nicholas Shapleigh 
his uncle, 1680. 

Vol. V. Maine Historical Society Collections. 

" Ancient Pemaquid," by J. Wingate Thornton. 
Volume of 1890. Rev. Wm. Screven, sketch by H. S. Bur- 
rage, Madam Wood. 



Pupils in Phillips Andover Academy. 

Richard Cutts, Pepperrellboro, Me. ; entered, 1782 ; aged 11. 
Thomas Cutts, Pepperrellboro (now Saco), Me. ; entered, 
1782; aged 13. 

Charles Cutts, Portsmouth, N. H. ; entered, 1784 ; aged 15. 
Dominicus Cutts, Saco, Me. ; entered, 1792 ; aged 16. 



SELECTMEN IN KITTERY. 



C^itts Family and Connections. 

1693 — Elihu Gunnison and Wm, Pepperrell. 

1694 — Richard Cutts and Elihu Gunnison. 

1695 — Eichard Cutts. 

1696 — Elihu Gunnison. 

1697 — Wm. Pepperrell and Richard Cutts. 

1698 — Wm. Pepperrell and Richard Cutts. 

1699 — Wm. Pepperrell and Richard Cutts. 
1700 — Wm. Pepperrell and Richard Cutts. 
1701 — Wm. Pepperrell and Ichabod Plaisted. 
1702 — Elihu Gunnison and Joseph Wilson. 
1703 — Wm. Pepperrell. 

1706 — Richard Cutta and Joseph Hammond. 

1708-9 — Elihu Gunnison, Jr., and Wm. Pepperrell. 

1712 — Joseph Curtis. 

1714 — Capt. Wm. Pepperrell and Elihu Gunnison. 

1715-20 — Elihu Gunnison, Wm. Pepperrell and Jos. Ham- 
mond. 

1722-27 — Elihu Gunnison, Capt. Timothy Gerrish and Jos. 
Hammond. 

1731-35 — Joseph Gunnison, Rich'd Cutts, Jr., Nat. Bartlett. 

1736-42 — Rich'd Cutts, Nathan Bartlett, Jos. Gunnison, 
Samuel Mitchell, Thos. Cutts and Wra. Pepperrell. 

1743-56 — Rich'd Cutts, Jos. Hammond, Jr., Thos. Cutts, 
Timothy Gerrish and John Hammond. 

1756 — Timothy Gerrish, Elihu Gunnison, Robert Cutts, 
Jos. Hammond, John Hurd Bartlett and Dea. Thos. Cutts. 

1759 — Richard Cutts. 

1766 — Dea. Jos. Gunnison, Richard Cutts, John H. Bart- 
lett, Richard Cutts. 

1777— Joseph Cutts. 

1808 — Wm. Cutts. 

1825— Thos. Cutts (Capt.). 

1835 — Edward Cutts. 

1844 and 1855 — Oliver Cutts. 
77 



WORKS REFERRED TO IN COMPILING THE 
CUTTS GENEALOGY. 



Town and church records of Kitterj, Me. 

Maine Historical Society Collections. 

Maine Historical and Genealogical Recorder. 

Maine Genealogist and Biographer. 

York, Me., town and church records. 

Maine Wills. 

York Deeds, vols. 1-4. 

New Hampshire Historical Society Collections. 

Granite State Monthly. 

Rambles about Portsmouth, Brewster. 

Annals of Portsmouth, Adams. 

Portsmouth town and church records. 

Massachusetts Historical Society Collections. 

New England Historical and Genealogical Register. 

Essex Institute Historical Collections. 

Newbury, Mass., town records. 

Old Times in Saco, by Daniel E. Owen. 

History of Saco and Biddeford, Folsom. 

Historical Papers, Chas. Wesley Tuttle. 

The Penhallow Family, Pearce W. Penhallow. 

History of the Wingate Family. 

Genealogy of the Piper Family. 

The Libby Family, by Chas. Thornton Libby. 

Memoir of Rev. Chas. Lowell, bvMrs. Mary Lowell Putnam. 

The Tuttle Family. 

The Strong Family. 

The Dwight Family. 

Life and Times of Wm. Jarvis, by Mary P. S. J. Cutts. 

Jarvis Family. 

Odiome Family. 

Emery Family. 

Odiorne Family. 

Emery Family. 



PARTIAL LIST OF NAMES OF FAMILIES FROM 
WHOM THE COMPILER IS DESCENDED. 



Appleton. 

Apudrefield. 

Archer. 

Ardren. 

Armstrong. 

Badger. 

Bancroft. 

Bartlett. 

Beck. 

Bird. 

Bitsfield. 

Boath. 

Bonython. 

Bray. 

Biigbee. 

Bulkley. 

Burr. 

Bnrt. 

Carpenter (2). 

Carter. 

Church. 

Clapham. 

Clark. 

Coles. 

Collier. 

Coombe. 

Cope. 

Crane (2). 

Cutts (2). 

Curtis. 

Dagis. 

Dalton. 



Daniels. 

de Earde. 

de Gratton. 

Denison. 

Denne. 

Downe. 

Dolling. 

Dryden. 

Dudley. 

Dummer. 

Durant. 

Eliot. 

Eshehurst. 

Everard. 

Ford (2). 

Foxwell. 

Frost. 

Glover. 

Grove. 

Gold. 

Gookin. 

Griswold. 

Gunn. 

Hemans. 

Hirst. 

Houghton. 

Howard. 

Hosmer. 

Holyoke. 

Hoel. 

Hunt (2). 

Hutchinson. 



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CuTTS Genealogy. 



Hull. 
Jarvis. 

Juatt. 

Langley. 

Leigh. 

Lenton. 

Loomis. 

Lyman. 

Marlowe. 

Malchier. 

Mable. 

Marbury. 

Mowtney. 

Molineaux. 

Mowbray. 

My Hay ton. 

Newman. 

Osborne. 

Phelps. 

Parkman. 

Pares. 

Palmer. 

Pepperrell. 

Penhallow. 

Peake. 

Pinney. 

Pitcher. 

Poole. 

Pynchon. 

Quincy. 



Rogers. 

Salter, 

Savage. 

Scott. 

Sears. 

Sexton. 

Sewall, 

Shapleigh. 

Sonthworth. 

Sparhawk (2). 

Stanley (2). 

Stevens. 

Stiles. 

Stockton. 

Strong. 

Tamlyn. 

Thrall. 

Titcomb. 

Treworgye. 

Trumbull. 

Tufton. 

Tyng. 

Warren. 

Webb. 

Webster (2). 

Wellinge. 

Wilcox. 

Wills. 

Wollman. — 130 



HARVARD COLLEGE ALUMNI 

In the Cutts Family, by Descent and Intekmakriage, so 
Fak as Known. 



1691 — Christopher Tappan (Kev.), died 1Y47. 

1696 — George Yaughan, lieutenant-governor, died 1724. 

1700 — Jeremiah Wise (Rev.), died 1700. 

1702 — Benj. Gambling, judge, etc., died 1737. 

1707 — Henry Eust (Rev.), died 1747. 

1712 — Richard Waldron, died 1753. 

1717 _Wm. Waldron (Rev.), died 1727, 

1722 — Wm. Yaughan (Louisburg), died Dec, 1745. 

1722 — Richard Saltonstall, died 1756. 

1723 — Benj. Penhallow, died 1725. 
1734 — Benj. Gambling, Jr., died 1744. 

1738 — Richard Waldron, lost at sea, died 1745, 
1738 — Nathaniel Rust, died 1740. 

1747 — Foxwell Curtis Cutts, died 1761. 

1748 — Charles Chauncj, died 1809. 
1752 — Samuel Wigglesworth, died 1800. 
1758 — Samuel Moffatt, died 1818. 
1763 — Ephraim Ward (Rev.), died 1814. 
1765 — Nathaniel Sparhawk, died 1814. 
1772 — John Lindall Borland, died 1825. 
1772 — Jonathan Simpson, died 1834. 

1774 — Francis Simpson (M. D.), died 1826. 
1777 — John Penhallow, died 1838. 
1777 — Geo. Sparhawk, died 1857. 
1777 _Wm. Traill, died in England. 
1779 — Nath'l Appleton Haven, died 1831. 
1786 — Samuel Borland, died 1840. 

1789 — Charles Cutts, Congress, Senate, died 1846. 

1790 — Richard Cutts, Congress, Representative, died 
1845. 



6i4 CuTTS Genealogy. 

Haevaed Geaduates. 

1795 — Eichard Cutis Shannon, M. M. S. S., died 1828. 
1797 — Joshua Brackett, died 1816. 
1801 —Edward Cutts, lawyer, died 1844. 
1804 — Jaazaniah Crosby, S. T. D., 1853, died Dec. 30, 
1864. 

1806 — Wm. Pitt Preble, LL. D. Bowd. 1829, etc., died 
1857. 

1807 — Nath'] Appleton Haven, died 1826. 
1814 — Wm. Parkinson Greene. 

1817 — Geo. Barrel! Emerson, LL. D. 1859, Bruns. 1858, 
A. A. S., died 

1819 — Chas. Wm. Chauncy, M. D. 1823, died Nov. 4, 
1864. 

1819 — Jno. Langdon Elwyn, died unm., Jan. 30, 1876. 

1820 — Daniel Hall Pierce, died April 26, 1877. 

1823 — Hampden Cutts, lawyer, judge, etc., died 1875. 

1 821 — Geo. Barren Moody. 

1823 — Alfred Langdon Elwyn, M. D., 1831, S. P. A. S., 
died March 15, 1884. 

1826 — Chas. Hy. Langdon Elwjn, died 1848. 

1826— Chas. Kussell Lowell, died June 23, 1870. 

1826 — Cazneau Palfrey, tutor, S. T. D. Bowd. 1855, 
died March 12, 1888. 

1833 — Robt. Traill Spence Lowell, died 1891. 

1835 — Wm. Henry Shackford, died 1842. 

1835 — Chas. Chauncy Shackford, died 1891. 

1838 — James Russell Lowell, died 1891. 

1839 — Sam'l Eliot Guild, LL. B. 1841. 

1841 — Robert Odiorne Treadwell, M. D. 1846, died 

1842 — Horace Appleton Haven, died 1843. 

1845 — Sam'l Franklin Cones, M. D. 1849. 

1846 — Chas. Eliot Guild, died 

1854 — Chas. Russell Lowell, died Oct. 20, 1864. 
1855 — Jas. Jackson Lowell, died June 30, 1862. 
1871 — Chas. Stuart Bowen. 
1875 — Frank Scott Gerrish. 
1887 — Philip Sidney Rust. 



CuTTS Genealogy. 615 

Medical School. 

1816 — Jos. Barrel! Emerson, Guilielm 1813 M. D., died 
1826. 

1851 — Jno. Nelson Borland, Yale 1848 M. D., M. M. S. S., 
died 

1833 — Thos. Sparhawk. 

LoAJO School. 

1840 — Jno. Wingate Thornton, LL. B., died 

1859 — Everett Pepperrell Wheeler. 

1860 — Jas. Madison Cutts, Brun. 1856. 
1843 — Wm. Pitt Preble. 

1890 — Philip Sidney Rust. 

Theological School. 

1827 — Daniel Austin, Dart. 1813., died 
1829 — Cazneau Palfrey, A. B. 1826, d 



ERRATA. 



Page 217. — Ewing should be Erving. 

" 218.— Chas. H. Ladd died April 19, 1893. 

" 218. — Cones should be Coues. 

•' 225.— Mrs. Emily P. (Pearse) Rice died 1893. 

" 240. — Omit Dover after Pendexter. 

" 277.— W. D. Sawyer died June, 1892. 

" 281.— Ruth L. Kimball married C. S. Gardner Nov. 

16, 1892. 
" 293.— Stephen A. Douglass died June, 1861. 
" 348. — Ahce Decker should be Alice Tucker. 
" 349. — Bryae should be Bryan. 
" 396.— Mrs. K. E. (Moore) Quiraby died Nov. 29, 1892. 



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INDEX I. 



Descendants Beaeing the Name of Cutts. 

ABIGAIL, 48, 95, 98, 100, 192. Abigail Ann, 1T6. 
Abigail Hurd, 95. Abigail Jolinson, 90. Abi- 
gail L, 185, 316. Abbie, 195. Abby Low, 153. 
Adelaide, 81, 198. Adele, 293. Adele Caroline, 199, 
335. Addie, 321, 324. AddieE.,321. Addison, 189, 
322. Albert David, 200, 336. Albert E., 196. Al- 
bert W., 336. Alice, 316. Alice E., 200, 337. Alice 
Emeline, 315, 410. Alice G., 294. Alice Lucretia, 
185. Alice L., 337. Alice S., 293. Alva, 93, 184. 
Alvin, 200. Allen Sherrod, 466. Alonzo K., 180, 
324. Alzira, 89, 95, 175,305. Amanda, 465. Amos, 
337. Amos Woodward, 99, 200. Anna, 452. Anna 
Holyoke, 43, 79, 153, 279, 567-570. Anna Gertrude, 
168, 294. Anna L., 324. Anna Payne, 86. Annie 
Low, 278. Angeline, 191, 326. Andrew Jackson, 
190, 325. Andrew D., 321. Anstiss Pickman, 152, 
277. ArcMe La F., 325. Ariel, 95, 191. Ariel W., 
327. Arlington B., 322. Alverse Harry, 326. Arthur, 
307. Arthur D., 293. Arthur Thos., 317. Asel L., 
324. Augusta, 92, 179. Augustus, 86, 161, 198, 286. 
Austin, 325. 

BELINDA, 184, 315. Benjamin, 79, 152, 189, 452- 
453. Bertha, 324. Bertie G., 325. Bessie, 335. 
Betsey E., 189, 322. Betty, 47, 48, 95, 99. Bridget, 
12, 15, 480, 482, 490, 495. Burton K., 322, 324. 
78 



V 



6i8 Index I. 

CAROLINE, 83, 89, 161, 175, 179. Carrie W., 337. 
Catherine, 18, 98, 199, 507. Catherine M., 337, 
198. Celia, 320, 412. Center L., 184, 315. Charles, 
43, 47, 80, 81, 95, 156, 176, 188, 306, 317, 318, 525- 
. 526, 56V Charles A., 325. Cliarles Colburn, 197, 
^ \ 334. ChWles Davis, 198. Charles Elbert, 185, 315. 
Charles Fox well, 85. Charles H., 293. Charles Jar- 
vis, 153. Charles Robert, 83. Charles Roy, 278. 
Charles R. Eclw., 315. Charles Wm., 400. Clara A., 
323. Clara Louise, 278. Claude A., 466. Custer, 
315. 

DANIEL, 316, 318. Daniel Buell, 94, 186. Daniel 
W., 199. Dexter, 1^9, 321. Dominicus, 45. 
Dorcas, 18, 45-46-48, 93, 95, 98, 100, 190, 195. Doug- 
lass A., 293. Dolly Payne Madison, 86. 

EARNEST A., 466. Eastman, 84, 162. Edward, 
16, 24-25, 42-43, 47, 79, 81-82, 94-95, 153, 158, 
185, 198, 335, 520, 540-541, 543, 558. Edward Dun- 
can, 279. Edward Holyoke, 79, 153, 279, 519, 567. 
Effie, 324. Elber Reuben, 325, 412. Elbert, 278. 
Eldridge H., 466. Elijah Jackson, 196, 333. Elinor, 
14, 21, 479, 482. Elisha, 48, 99, 201. Elias Bascom, 
94. Eliza, 484. Elizabeth, 11, 12, 15, 18, 33, 44-46, 
82, 93, 148, 159, 162, 176, 178, 190, 306, 317, 411, 451, 
453, 494. Eliza Ann, 317, 589. Eliza Frye, 152, 277. 
Eliza Eppes, 42, 80, 542. Elizabeth B. Jarvis, 153. 
Elizabeth Bartlett, 153, 279, 399. Elizabeth Donnell, 
46, 82, 89, 90, 174. Elizabeth Gerrish, 43, 81-82. 
Elizabeth Eight, 86. Elizabeth Newmarch, 454. 
Elizabeth Pearson, 306, 407. Elizabeth Scammon, 45, 
84, 87. Ella Jane, 198. Ella S., 306. Ellen, 324. 
Ellen Harriet, 179. Elmer, 322. Elmer H., 322. 
Elvira, 196, 333. Elwyn F., 412. Emily, 99. Emily 



Index I, 619 

Augusta, 175, 305. Emily C, 306, 408. Emily Jane, 
186, 318. Emma, 322. Emma Eurelia, 185. Emma 
Gr., 325. Emma S., 324. Enoch Billings, 99. Etliel, 
335. Ethel B., 400. Etta E., 327. Eudora Heron, 
167. Eugene, 308. Eugene Bradbury, 198. Eunice, 
24, 42-45, 78, 87, 92. Eunice Frances, 304, 406. 
Eunice Caroline, 94, 188. Eunice Wentworth, 180, 
309. Euretta R, 185, 316. Eva H., 334. 

FERDINAND, 195, 322. Fidelia, 94, 187. Flora 
Catharine, 190. Florence, 307, 409. Foxwell, 
45, 84. Foxwell Curtis, 24, 43, 83, 161. Frances, 179. 
Francis, 153, 278. Francis Childs, 305, 406. Francis 
T., 406. Frank D., 324. Franklin Chase, 177. Fred- 
erick, 199, 335. Fred C, 327. Fred E., 324. Fred- 
erick C, 406. Frederick Gould, 304, 406. Fred M., 
326. 

GARFIELD, 315. George, 43, 98, 151, 176, 196, 
305, 519. George B., 196. George Henry, 317. 
George Smith, 179. George Thacher, 304, 406, 587. 
George Washington, 190, 325. Georgia, 197. Gil- 
bert E., 316. Grace Renton, 278. Gustavus Colburn, 
200. 

HAMPDEN, 43, 79, 153, 279, 519, 558-559, 567. 
Hannah, 11, 13, 21, 25, 34, 47-48, 79, 91, 96-97, 
99, 152, 179, 198, 451-452, 470-472, 474, 476, 485, 
487, 501. Hannah Averill, 200, 336. Hannah Fox- 
well, 85. Hannah Maria, 177. Harriet, 92. Harriet 
Emeline, 185, 315. Harriet Louise, 153, 280. Harry 
Madison, 7, 168. Harry Oscar, 333. Hartley, 98, 197. 
Hattie, 308. Harvey, 189, 322. Harvey John, 322. 
Hebe, 156. Helen, 196. Helen M., 199. Henry, 
186, 196, 317, 324. Henry A., 325, 412. Henry 



620 Index I. 

Daniell, 186. Henry Eastman, 162. Henry O., 284. 
Henrietta, 11)6, 333. Herbert, 162, 325. Herbert A., 
324. Herman, 322. Herman S., 326. Hinkley M., 
321. Hiram, 89, 175. Horace, 93, 184. Horace H., 
293. Humphrey Chadbourne, 285. 

TDA MAY, 324. Ina M., 322. Inez M., 466. Inez 
1 v., 327. Imoi^ene A., 320. Ira Bascom, 94. Ira 
Smith, 186, 318. Isaac, 83. Isora E., 321. 

JAMES, 98, 196. James C, 316. James Edward, 
337. James Madison, 86, 166, 293, 571, 588. 
James McCollum, 200, 337. Jennie, 316. Jennie A., 
321. Jennie M., 321, 334. Jerry, 466. John, 8, 9, 
11, 14, 21, 25, 33, 44, 46, 90, 95, 188, 196, 334, 450- 
452, 465, 469-470, 473-474, 476-478, 480, 483-485, 
487-488, 516, 558. John (Jr.), 9, 11, 450. John Bray, 
195. John Colburn, 197. John Howard, 178, 308. 
John Eodney, 189, 321. John Scott, 176, 306, 408. 
John Seaward, 453-454. Joanna, 16, 24, 44, 89, 453. 
Joanna Staples, 89. Joseph, 16, 24, 25, 44, 46-47, 
82-83,90,93-96,176,465. Joseph A., 7, 325. Joseph 
Boody, 454. Joseph Brown, 7, 175, 304, 406, 586- 
587. Joseph Dexter, 190. Joseph Chester, 286. 
Joseph Holt, 176, 307. Josephine, 176. Judith, 451- 
452. Julia, 81, 92, 179. Julia Augusta Adelaide, 86, 
166. Julia Elizabeth, 286. Julia E., 188. J. K, 
324. 



K 



ATE, 334. Katherine Anna, 279. 



T AWRENCE, 8, 465. Lemira, 95, 192. Leonora, 
Ij 324. Leo Merit, 293. Leston L., 412. Lilla 
Maude, 333. Lillian M., 336. Lillian Ursula, 7, 279. 



Index I. 621 

Lindsay, 465. Linus Aurelian, 94, 188. Linus W., 
317. Lizzie J., 337. Lora E., 323. Loren, 95. Lor- 
enzo Lafayette, 7, 191, 326. Loring, 162. Lorraine, 
94, 185. Louis, 95. Louise, 95, 99, 200. Louise F., 
337. Love Pickman, 152. Lucia, 16. Lucy, 
25, 47, 94-95, 186. Lucy Ann, 162. Lucy E., 189, 
823. Lucy Jane, 84. Lucy P., 188. Lucy S., 318. 
Luella, 321. Lula E., 320. Lydia, 46, 90. Lydia 
(Fernald), 90. Lydia R., 324. 

MADISON A., 293. Major, 465. Marcia Anna, 
176, 305. Margaret A., 7, 279. Margaret, 12, 
14, 451, 480, 482, 488. Margery Pepj^errell, 46-47, 
91-92. Maria, 189, 323. Maria Colburn, 197. Maria 
Seaward, 454. Marianne, 83, 160. Marsena Edgar, 
185, 317, 587, 588. Martha Henry, 81. Martha, 184, 
196. Martin Van Buren, 191, 325. Mary, 11-13, 15, 
18, 24-25, 43-45, 48, 79, 81-82, 84, 91, 96, 98-99, 152, 
159, 176, 189, 191, 195, 199, 201, 323, 324, 327, 451- 
452, 470, 472-474, 477, 485, 495, 497, 509, 521, 543, 
559. Mary A., 316, 411. Mary Abbott, 85. Mary 
Chauncy, 83. Mary Dian thus, 186, 317. Mary Eliza, 
185. Mary Elizabeth, 86, 175, 198, 293, 305, 324. Mary 
Ellen, 324. Mary Erwin, 152. Mary Estelle, 167. 
Mary Estelle Elizabeth, 86. Mary Etta, 325. Mary 
Hannah, 158, 283. Mary Huske (Sheafe), 81. Mary 
Jane, 176, 189, 307, 322. Mary Joanna, 84, 162. 
Mary Kennard, 453-454. Mary Louisa, 83, 160. 
Mary Melissa, 94, 187. Mary Pepperrell Carter, 153. 
Mary Sherwood, 279. Mary Stevenson, 93-96. Mary 
Wilson, 153, 278. Maude, 334. Mehitable, 18, 508. 
Melinca, 321. Minnie E., 317, 412. Miranda, 176, 
307. Molly, 47, 93. Moses Messer, 185. Myrta E., 
323. Myrtie May, 326. 



622 Index I. 

\TANCY, 46. Nathan, 95, 190. Nathan A., 321. 
ri Nellie, 317. Nellie M., 322. Noah, 42, 78-79, 
152. 

OCENA, 197. Olive, 91, 315. Oliver, 46, 91, 95, 
98, 178-179, 196-198. Olive Colburn, 197. 
Otis v., 321. 

PAULINA, 176. Perlia, 318. Philinda S., 191, 327. 
Philo, 190, 324. Philomelia, 94. Polly, 46. 
Priscilla, 43. Priscilla Low, 153. Prudence, 188. 

RALPH, 336. Keuben, 95, 190, 325, 561. Richard, 
8-9, 11-12, 15, 24, 42-45,79,83-84,86,152, 278, 
451-452, 465, 469-470, 472-478, 483-484, 491-493, 
505, 516, 518, 520, 524, 527,543-544. Richard Alex- 
ander, 152, 278. Richard Domiuicus, 83, 86, 162. 
Richard Foxwell, 43, 82-83. Richard Malcom, 168, 
294. Robert, 9, 11, 12, 15, 24, 25, 42, 46, 48, 79, 90- 
91, 93, 99, 307, 465, 469, 475, 483, 484, 492,495, 498, 
528, 558. Robert William, 188. Rodney, 188. 
Roger, 8, 465. Roland H., 199, 335. Rollin Edw., 

185, 316. Rose Adele, 166, 293. Roswell Bottome, 

186, 318. Roosevelt, 320. Rufns, 190, 324. Ruth 
Etta, 334. 

QAMUEL, 11, 12, 14, 16, 21, 24, 25, 33, 34, 42, 43, 
U 47, 48, 79, 96-99, 189, 191, 195, 198, 323, 327, 
472, 474-475, 477, 487, 518-519, 526. Samuel Aug., 
198. Samuel Holyoke, 80, 156, Samuel K., 185, 316. 
Samuel Solley, 46. Samuel Woodward, 200. Sarah, 
12, 15, 21, 24,"33, 4 -J, 43, 45-48, 78, 82-84, 89, 93-97, 158, 
184, 192, 196-198, 451-454, 497, 546. Sarah A., 189. 
Sarah Aug., 159. Sarah Ann, 98-99, 186, 195, 197, 
201. Sarah Chauncy, 83. Sarah Frances, 158, 176, 



Index I. 623 

283. Sarah Frost, 83-84. Sarali Foxwell, 83. Sarah 
Frye, 152. Sarah Eliz. Scammon, 85, 1G6. Sarah 
Elvira, 185. Sarah Hill, 97-99. Sarah Johnson, 81, 
156. Sherrod, 465. Silas, 190. Stephen Southall, 

81. Susan B., 191, 327. Susan Cleveland, 152, 277. 
Susan Renton, 278. Susan Woodward, 99. Susanna, 
451. Sydney, 43. Sylvester, 95. 

Hj^EMPERANCE, 188, 320. Thankful, 95, 191. 
1 Theodore Atkinson, 46, 91. Thomas, 15, 24-25, 
44-48, 82, 84-87, 90-92, 94, 98, 167, 180, 186, 317, 
321, 506, 524-526, 528, 543. Thomas Brown, 175. 
Thomas Jefferson, 83, 160, 285. Thomas Donnell, 45, 
89. Thomas Messer, 185, 316. Thornton Brown, 159. 
Theodore, 45, 90, 176. Tilton, 189, 321. 

TTRSULA, 11, 470, 474, 477. Usher Ward, 162. 
T7AL0NA Z., 320, 412. Vida E., 406. 

WALTER B., 336. Walter Coles, 86. Washing- 
ton, 99, 176, 200. Wentworth, 92, 180. Wil- 
bur J., 327. Willis R., 318. William, 8, 43, 46-47, 

82, 90-94, 98-99, 158-159, 178, 184, 188, 196, 201, 
324, 465. William Albert, 159. William Elias, 315. 
William Foxwell, 285, 400. William Henry, 198. 
William Jarvis, 153, 279. William Messer, 316. 
William Oscar, 196, 333. William Temple, 85. Wil- 
liam Richard, 43, 81. William Wentworth, 178. 
Winifred Jarvis, 7, 279. Winfield S., 307. 



INDEX II. 



CuTTS Descendants in the Female Lines. 

ABBOTT, 85. Adams, 33, 41, 366. Ahrens, 373. 
Albert, 434. Allen, 426, 427, 447. Alden, 379. 
Anderson, 415. Alton, 399. Andrews, 383, 440. 
Ansart, 252. Appleton, 7, 55, 112, 225, 226, 387, 
441. Arnold, 446. Aspinwall, 442. Atkinson, 127, 
247, 248, 388, 441, 446. Austin, 58, 59, 117, 535. 

BABB, 326, 327. Bacon, 315. Baker, 395, 442. 
Ballou, 331. Barnes, 246. Barrell, 88, 89, 170- 
174, 283, 301, 302. Bartlett, 33, 62, 84, 88, 89, 163- 
166, 172-174, 223, 283, 288-292, 301, 302, 369, 514, 
515, 535. Barton, 327, 328, 358. Beal, 142, 143, 
266, 267. Beecher, 187, 318,319. Bell, 271. Ben- 
nett, 37, 410, 419. Berry, 249, 274,' 388. Billings, 
96, 193. Bishop, 339. Bixby, 131, 252. Blackwood, 
461-464. Blake, 289, 437. Blanckard, 461. Board- 
man, 122, 240. Bond, 139, 261, 329, 349, 421, 422, 
423, 445, 446. Bonneau, 209, 345. Booth, 313. 
Borland, 13, 32, 59, 60, 61, 62, 120, 121, 238, 239, 
376, 377, 543. Bowen, 236. Bowers, 388. Brackett, 
386. Bradley, 419. Bradburv, 96, 193, 198, 267, 378, 
440. Bray, 233, 374. Brayton, 319. Brown, 147, 
179, 308, 326, 393, 411, 441, 460. Bryant, 75, 398. 
Bryar, or Briar, 17, 28, 52. Buck, 408. Budd, 280. 
Bridger, 367. Burnham, 310, 374. Burleigh, 387. 
Burnett, 433. Butler, 39, 40, 72-75, 139-143, 147. 
170-173, 220, 227, 261-267, 366, 374, 394. 
79 



626 Index II. 

CALDWELL, 431, 432, 436. Calef, 295. Calhoun, 
421. Campbell, 305. Carson, 448. Carter, 33, 
80, 154-156, 282. Cliadwick, 72, 138, 139, 261. Chase, 
251, 294, 331, 402. Chauncy, 44, 49, 101, 102, 521, 
547. Chapman, 42, 77, 149, 150, 274, 275. Cheever, 
174, 302, 405, 584, 585. Chick, 175, 303, 304, 394. 
Chisolm, 352, 420, 426, 428. Choate, 258, 393. 
Church, 155, 281, 282. Cisco, 190. Clark, and Clarke, 
90, 91, 102, 159, 177, 178, 206, 308, 337, 400, 461, 463. 
Clarkson, 428. Clement, 7, 398, 432, 455, 457, 462. 
Cleveland, 373, 374. Cofran, 314. Colman, 31, 57. 
Cook, 411. Cooley, 336. Copp, 247. Corning, 438. 
Cotton, 452 Coues, 364, 438, 601-602. Covill, 201, 
337. Cox, 210, 323, 348, 421. Croom, 445. Crosby, 
244, 384. Cumming, 337. Currier, 192, 312, 329, 
409. Cuthbert, 351. Cushiug, 393. Cutler, 115, 
234, 235, 375, 376. 

DALE, 282. Dame, 312. Daniell, 350, 424, 425, 
446. Darby, 103, 207. Davenport, 115, 232, 
233, 373, 374. Da Shore, 291. David, 431. Davis, 
193, 237, 253, 330, 391, 392. Deane, 230, 372. De 
Coff, 401. Delaiield, 362, 363. Delaski, 252, 390. 
Dennett, 368, 388. Dickinson, 303. Dillingham, 394, 
397. Dimmick, 241, 242, 380, 381, 600. Dingley, 
379. Dodge, 284, 400. Doe, 311. Donnell, 128, 249, 
272, 366, 396. Dorr, 261, 393. Douglass, 293. 
Downing, 369. Dozier, 354. Dresser, 320. Drown, 
112, 226, 228, 370. Du Bose, 428, 448. Dummer, 
20, 32, 33, 514-515, 535. Durgin, 311. 

EARL, 318. Edson, 280, 399. Edwards, 428, 448. 
Emerson, 171, 172, 299, 403. Emery, 29, 51, 169, 
229, 286, 296, 307, 329, 408, 438,560. Elliott, 16, 26, 
50, 51, 103, 507. Ellsworth, 395. Elwyn, 217, 218, 



Index II. 627 

362, 363, 435, 436. Erving, 363, 435. Evaus, 116, 
122, 463. Everett, 320, 321, 373, 439. 

FAIRFIELD, 169, 170, 296, 297, 402. Farley, 444. 
Farnham, 311. Felch, 281. Ffoy, 500. Field, 
260. Finnerty, 463. Fisher, 316, 411. Fitz, 7, 78. 
Fleming, 417. Flint, 307, 408. Flitner, 99, 100, 200, 
202-205, 838, 460, 463. Folsom, 64, 118, 125, 237, 
244, 245, 384-387. Ford, 263. Foster, 120, 290. 
Fowler, 97, 194, 195, 289, 330, 331. Eraser, 352. Free- 
man, 237, 248, 388. French, 367, 368. Frierson, 346, 
347, 420. Frost, 160-163, 222, 227, 284-288. Fur- 
nald, orFernald, 92, 180, 181, 182, 309-312, 408. 

GADSDEN, 427, 448. Galloway, 358. Gambling, 
13, 19. Gammon, 283. Gardner, 462. Gay, 
194. Gerrisli, 23, 26, 38, 39, 41, 42, 49, 50, 70, 71, 
102, 103, 137-139, 207, 259, 260, 261, 341, 523. 
Gignilliat, 407, 414, 415, 444, 445. Gilbert, 105, 106, 
214, 215, 354, 355, 356, 358, 430. Godfrey, 281. 
GooJale, 255, 292, 402. Goodman, 318. Goodwin, 
117, 235, 236, 267, 288. Goudie, 286. Gove, 326. 
Gowen, 267. Graves, 13. Gregg, 372. Greeley, 128, 
249, 389. Gross, 13. Guerard, 351, 354, 426, 427. 
Guild, 123, 242, 381, 382, 555, 556. Gunnison, 93, 
182-184, 312-314, 410. 

HAAS, 372, 373, 439. Haight, 250, 389. Haley, 
28. Hall, 232, 373. Ham, 226, 239. Ham- 
mond, 181, 182. 310. Hamilton, 296. Hanscom, 287. 
Hanscomb, 262. Hanson, 389. Hart, 208, 342-344. 
Hartley, 128. Hard, 442. Harris, 78, 96, 151, 416, 
445. Hatch, 178, 308. Haven, 107, 218, 219, 595- 
596. Hayes, 365. Haynes, 108. Hazell, 448. Haz- 
zard, 212, 352. Heaton, 300, 403. Heffenger, 434. 



628 Index II. 

Henderson, 423, 424. Heyward, 426, 447, 448. Hig- 
gins, 316, 411. Higginson, 377. Hill, 338, 365, 438. 
Hobbs,438. Holbrook, 464. Holmes, 304. Hooper, 
160, 284. Houghton, 230, 372. Howard, 279, 314, 
395, 399, 434. Hoyt, 313. Hubbard, 231, 372. Hu- 
ger, 353. Humbert, 214, 356. Hull, 362, 603. Hum- 
phreys, 65, 125, 127. Hunter, 447. Huntoon, 96. 
Hurd, 328. Hutcbings, 29. Hutchinson, 313. Hy- 
slip, 40, 41. 

JACKSON, 455. Jacobs, 118. Jameson, 251, 389, 
390, 411. Jackson, 100, 101, 204, 205, 339, 377, 
562, 589. Jarvis, 121, 370, 555. Jeffords, 356, 431, 
443. Jennison, 254, 392. Johnson, 77, 280, 329, 448. 
Johnstone, 427, 429, 436, 448. Jones, 342, 343, 348, 
415, 416. Jordan, 236, 252, 376. Judd, 408, 444. 
Junkins, 158, 159, 283, 309. 

KEATING, 66, 171, 297, 298. Keay, 140. Kenni- 
son, 307. Kennard, 287, 401. Kimball, 154, 
280, 281, 399, 400. King, 22, 36, 64, 65, 399, 432, 
502, 537, 538. Knight, 20, 33. Knights, 327. 
Knowles, 225, 226. Knowlton, 290. 

LADD, 6, 218, 364-366, 436, 437, 519, 534, 603. 
Lamprey, 366. Landrum, 404. Lane, 238. 
Langdon, 107, 217. Lapham, 100, 203, 204, 338. Lear, 
329. Lee, 347, 348, 369, 420,421. Le Hardy, 425. 
Leighton, 219, 220, 365, 366. Libby, 73, 74, 139, 
141-146, 175, 262-266, 268-269, 270, 371, 393, 394, 
395, 438, 439. Longfellow, 270. Locke, 254. Lord, 
138, 330, 334, 413. Lovejoy, 283. Low, 273. Low- 
ell, 10, 215, 359, 360, 403, 433, 442, 510, 594, 595. 
Luce, 195, 332, 333, 413. Lyman, 407. Lynch, 448. 



Index II. 629 

McCAA, 348. McDuffie, 330. McGill, 361, 434. 
Mclver, 443. McKinstey, 259. McLoiid, 440. 
Mallard, 344, 416, 417, 445. Marble, 388. Marcli, 247, 
255, 387, 441. Marshall, 133, 454, 455, 461. Marston, 
41. Martin, 231, 372. Maxfield, 191-193, 326-329. 
Meggett, 432. Merrill, 322. Michie, 283. Miller, 305, 
407. Mitchell, 25, 45, 436, 527. Mills, 179, 309. 
Moffatt, 29, 30, 53, 54, 107, 108, 118, 153, 221, 508, 533, 
534, 550, 552. Moody, 66, 172, 300, 301, 404. Moore 
or More, 17, 28, 56, 101, 151, 205, 206, 214, 275, 276, 
303, 322, 357, 367, 397, 406, 432. Montague, 309. 
More, 306, 418, 419. Morey, 230. Morrall, 445. 
Morton, 335, 403, 444, 449. Moses, 93. Mudge, 278. 
Mullen, 338. Mumler, 289. Munroe, 298. Murray, 
346, 418, 419. Myers, 229, 371. 

ATASON, 128, 249. Needham, 320. Newhall, 278. 
IM Norris, 299. Norwood, 76, 148, 271, 272. Nichols, 
410. Nye, 87, 88, 170. 







BER, 409. Odiorne, 30, 53-56, 108-110, 219, 220- 
223, 366-368. Osgood, 390. Owen, 323. 



PACKARD, 202. Page, 436. Paine, 235, 236, 256, 
257. Palfrey, 384, 440. Parker, 75, 124, 242- 
244,248,249,382, 383, 410, 440, 556, 557. Parks, 
160, 284. Parry, 101. Parsons, 251. Patten, 368. 
Payson, 399. Peaslee, 313. Pearce, 421, 422. Pearse, 
55, 110, HI, 223-225. Peirce, ill, 166, 224, 292, 369. 
Pemberton, 13, 18, 19, 513. Penhallow, 12-14, 19, 31, 
32, 57-60, 100, 116-120, 230, 232, 236-238, 498, 500, 
501, 513, 534, 535. Perkins, 297. Persons, 187, 319, 
320. Philbrick, 199. Piatt, 410. Pickering, 217, 
312, 361, 434, 596, 597. Pierce, 166, 292. Pierson, 
306, 407. Pindar, 194. Piper, 82, 156-158, 283. 



630 Index II. 

Place, 362, 434. Plaisted, 50. Pollard, 158. Poole, 
288. Porter, 10, 206, 341, 414, 590-593. Posey, 212, 
213. Potter, 285. Pray, 263. Preble, 147,270, 271. 
Prescott, 132, 252, 253, 394. Prime, 401. Pritcbard, 
311. Proctor, 213, 352. Putnam, 6, 215, 216. 359, 
433, 443. 

QUINCY, 63, 123, 555. Qiiimby, 273, 396. Quinby, 
277, 278. 

RAMSDELL, 453-457, 458-462. Eaymond, 380. 
Raynes, 6, 23, 24, 41, 42, 76-78, 148, 149, 272- 
274, 396. Reed, 231, 232, 372, 373. Rhoades, 230. 
Rice, 225, 369, 370. Riley, 28, 240, 249, 356, 379, 
380. Rindge, 65. Rising, 374. Robinson, 427. Rogers, 
362. Rollins, 197, 334, 335, 376. Root, 409. Ross, 
37, 240, 249, 267, 378, 379, 449, 503. Rousselet, 107. 
Russell, 34, 35, 63. Rust, 35, 63, 64, 124, 125, 244, 
245, 385, 386, 601. 

QALTONSTALL, 36. Sanborn, 309, 812. Sander- 
U son, 406. Sawyer, 78, 151, 276, 277, 314, 398. 
Sayward, 45, 546. Scammon, 292. Scott, 409. 
Screven, 16, 17, 27, 51, 52, 103-105, 208-213, 344-347, 
349-354, 417, 423, 424, 428, 429, 446, 495, 506, 593, 
594. Scribner, 412. Scriggins, 276. Schley, 412. 
Seabrook, 442. Seawards, 276. Sewall, 171, 173, 
298, 299, 301, 380, 404. Shackford, 206, 255, 258, 
339, 340, 413, 590. Shannon, 6, 10, 23, 33, 38, 40, 
67-69, 75, 131-136, 253-259, 391, 392, 432, 504, 538, 
539, 557. Shapleigh, 292, 310, 402. Shaw, 252, 275, 
390. Sherburne, 53, 106, 107, 217, 362, 548, 551. 
Shewell, 391. Shillaber, 10, 151, 276, 397, 398, 564, 
566. Shipway, 9, 11, 13, 18, 465, 475, 482, 484, 511, 
512. Shores, 205, 339. Shrieve, 256, 392. Simpson, 



Index II. 631 

61. Sloper, 20. Smith, 122, 208, 228, 239, 240, 312, 
33V, 341. 342, 360, 378, 380, 405, 409, 411, 414, 420- 
422, 441. Snow, 170, 295, 297. Soper, 193, 330. 
Sparhawk, 7, 62, 64, 65, 121, 125, 126, 246, 247, 553. 
Spence, 106, 215-217, 360-362, 562, 596. Spencer, 
405. Spooner, 60. Sprague, 462, 464. Stacey, 414. 
Stavers, 226. StepLenson, 454, 460, 462, 463. Stevens, 
33, 97, 194, 195, 330, 331. Stickney, 114, 231, 232. 
Stinson, 368. Stone, 40, 41, 539. Storey, 294. Straw, 
183. Streeter, 317, 411. Strobhard, 352. Stuart, 117, 
236. Sturtevant, 403. Swanzy, 444. Sweetser, 376. 
Swift, 188. 

TAPLEY, 28, 29. Taylor, 380. Teetshorn, 395. 
Terry, 130. Tliaxter, 400. Thayer, . Thomas, 
179, 309. Thompson, 406. Thornton, 5, 6, 87, 168, 
169, 294, 295, 559, 560. Thurston, 74. Titus, 439. 
Toothaker, 265. Traill, 53, 106, 510, 548. Treadwell, 
109, 221, 222, 367. Tucker, 75, 76, 131, 147, 270, 323, 
405, 443, 557. Tufts, 6. Turnbull, 429. Tuttle, 386. 

TTRION, 400. Utter, 440. 

T7ASSALL, 13, 19, 20. Vaughan. 12-15, 21, 22, 37, 
V 66, 67, 128-130, 249, 250, 334, 478, 481, 489, 
500, 504, 515, 517, 518. 

WADS WORTH, 199, 335. Wagner, 320. Wal- 
cott, 277. Waldo, 353. Waldron, 13, 21, 34, 
35, 62, 63, 221-123, 240, 241, 380, 485, 515, 516, 537. 
Ward, 57, 114-116, 229-231, 371, 437. Warner, 134, 
256. Waterhouse, 274. Webster, 161, 285, 286, 305, 
391, 406, 407, 441. Wentworth, 261, 289,437. West, 
212. Westcott, 357, 432. Wheeler, 239, 377, 378, 



632 Index II. 

408, 409, 599, 600. Wheelwright, 155, 281, 400. 
Whidden, 110, 223. Whilden, 7, 255,354, 355, 429, 
430, 442, 443. Whipple, 29, 53, 510, 529, 530, 532. 
White, 244, 369. Whiting, 393. Whitton, 3T9. 
Widmer, 317. Wiggin or Wiggins, 131, 132, 135, 
157. Wilcox, 174, 302, 303, 405, 585. Wilder, 461, 
464. Willard, 304. Williams, 112, 282, 293. Wil- 
son, 226, 333, 407. Wingate, 65, 127, 556. Winslow, 
234, 375, 463. Wise. 30, 31, 53, 56, o7, 67, 113, 130, 
226-228, 250-252, 370, 371, 389, 439, 552, 597-599. 
Wolston, 442. Wood, 375. Woodman, 225. Wood- 
ruff, 319. Worthen, 93. Wright, 410. Wylly, 446. 

YARBOROUGH, 282. Yeaton, 50, 103. Yorke, 
290. 



INDEX III. 



People Mentioned who are not Descendants. 

A BBOTT, 39, 45, 72, 73, 85, 139, 230. Adams, 20, 
A 33, 63, 101, 184, 301, 315, 363, 366, 404, 435, 487, 
497, 544. Ahreus, 232, 373. Albert, 361, 434. Alden, 
240, 379. Aldrich, 99, 201. AUard, 161, 286. Allen, 
21, 35, 147, 230, 271, 351, 372, 426, 516. Allyn, 294, 

402. Almar)^ 452. Alt, 473. Alton, 280, 399. 
Anies, 131, 315. Anderson, 342, 415. Andrews, 243, 
383. Ansart, 132, 252. Appleton, 30, 55, 129, 248, 
387. Armstrong, 373. Arnold, 88, 171. Aspinwall, 

403, 442. Athorn, 287, 402. Atkinson, 36, 449. 
Austin, 31, 58, 59, 117, 473, 534, 535. Ayells, 497. 
Ayer, 202, 234, 375. Ayers, 93, 451, 578, 580, 581. 
Ayres, 80, 155. 

BABB, 191, 326, 327. Babcock, 340. Bachelder, 
47,87,96. Bacon, 185,315. Badow, 323. Bagley, 
71. Bailey, 197, 240, 245, 335, 379, 386, 460, 463. 
Baker, 51, 143, 209, 271, 345, 395. Ballon, 195, 331. 
Bancroft, 584. Banks, 598. Barker, 41, 68, 144, 172, 
301. Barnard, 104, 208, 344, 417. Barnett, 208, 341. 
Barrel], 45, 88, 170, 171, 546, 547. Bartlett, 20, 24, 
32, 42, 44, 62, 84, 86, 110, 121, 151, 166, 177, 223, 
308, 514, 515, 536, 540, 555. Barton, 191, 325, 327. 
Bascom, 47, 93. Bashford, 196, 333. Bass, 33. Batch- 
elder, 120, 312. Bates, 189, 323, 364. Baxton, 215, 
358. Baynard, 351, 426. Beach, 58, 117. Beal, 73- 
8o 



634 Index III. 

75, 142. Beams, 208. Beard, 379, 473. Beecher, 94, 
187. Beedle, 100, 204. Belcher, 15, 168, 502, 504. 
Bell, 148, 208, 271, 540. Bellamy, 148, 273. Bene- 
dict, 112. Bennett, 22, 37, 264, 346, 419, 453, 517. 
Bemis, 200. Berry, 128, 150, 181, li*9, 244, 249, 274, 
303, 311, 384, 405. Bigelow, 185, 316. Bigliam, 232. 
Billings, 29, 48, 533. Bills, 370, 437. Binney, 56. 
Bird, 109, 223. Bishop, 10, 205, 215, 339, 358, 562, 
588. Bixby, 67, 131, 312. Black, 176. Blackburn, 519. 
Blackey, 258. Blackwood, 455, 461. Blaisdell, 151, 
276. Blake, 164, 242, 252, 289, 364,382,437. Blanch- 
ard, 455, 461. Blethen, 39, 70. Blunt, 67, 101, 132, 
206, 253. Boardman, 52, 122. Bodge, 245, 386. 
Bodwell, 264. Bond, 72, 139, 211, 349. Bonneau, 
104, 267. Bonnette, 429. Booth, 26, 51, 183, 313, 
507. Borden, 287, 401. Borland, 13, 19, 20, 60, 61, 
563. Bowen, 117, 236. Bowers, 32, 60, 249, 388. 
Bowles, 168, 294. Bowman, 171, 298. Boyd, 53, 106. 
Brackett, 29, 156, 245, 283, 386, 532. Bradbury, 48, 
96, 98, 128, 146, 239, 371, 378, 439. Bradley, 346, 
419. Bragdon, 42, 78, 81. Branham, 307, 408. 
Brattle, 476. Bray, 98, 115, 195, 233. Brayton, 103, 
187, 319. Bremar, 103. Breno, 322. Brett, 313. 
Brewster, 233, 374. Briar, 12, 498. Briard, 55, 112. 
Bridge, 41, 76. Bridger, 221, 367. Brierly, 541. 
Brihy, 222, 368. Brisbane, 51. Brittain, 280, 399. 
Broaders, 240. Brockington, 52, 127. Brooks, 107, 
146, 181, 182, 216, 270, 312. Brotton, 36. Brough- 
ton, 213, 354. Brown and Browne, 69, 74, 91, 97, 
116, 136, 147, 175, 179, 191, 214, 251, 258, 316, 326, 
357, 387, 389, 393, 411, 416, 423, 441, 445, 453, 460, 
466, 497. Bryan, 105, 211. Bryant, 40, 75, 277, 398. 
Buck, 91, 307, 408. Buckrainster, 134, 171. Budd, 
153, 280. Bugbee, 323. Bull, 351, 427. Bullard, 
153. Bunbury, 31, 58. Burchard, 303, 405. Bur- 



Index III. 635 

leigh, 245, 386. Burnett, 360, 433. Burnham, 26, 
50, 77, 95, 149, 180, 190, 233, 310, 374, 387, 507. 
Burnside, 57, 575, 577, 582, 583. Burt, 167, 175, 304. 
Burroughs, 111. Burrows, 304, 586. Burtun, 345. 
Buswell, 312. Butler, 23, 39, 72, 73, 108, 143, 180, 
220, 227, 268, 309. Butinan, 174, 303. 

nADWALLADEK, 242, 382, 556. Caine, 328. 
\J Caldwell, 169, 296. Calef, 168, 169, 295. Cal- 
houn, 348, 431. Callender, 57, 116. Campbell, 126, 
175, 246, 305. Card, 40, 75. Carey, 321. Carr, 93, 
184, 192, 329. Carroll, 106, 216, 243, 345, 383, 562, 
596. Carson, 419, 428, 443. Carter, 20, 33, 42, 79, 80, 
245, 502, 540, 542, 600. Cate, 242, 382. Cave, 52. 
Chadbourne, 8, 45, 83, 141, 160. Chadwick, 39, 72, 
229, 371. Chaffin, 259. Chamberlain, 124, 199, 455, 
462. Chambers, 15, 504. Champernowne, 24, 483, 
484, 493, 498. Champney, 107. Chandler, 144, 222. 
Chapell, 252. Chairman, 41, 77. Chase, 100, 130, 168, 
194, 202, 233, 251, 294, 331, 459. Chauncy, 24, 26, 
28, 44, 48, 49, 73, 83, 521-523. Checkley, 516. Che- 
dells, 598. Cheney, 95, 190, 561. Cheever, 89, 174. 
Chellis, 174, 303, 585. Chesley, 451. Chestnutt, 354. 
Chick, 89, 175, 262, 394. Child, 230, 372, 489. 
Childs, 92, 180. Chipman, 136. Chisholm, 212, 351, 
352, 426. Choate, 136, 258. Chrystyburg, 215, 
858. Church, 80, 155. Churchill, 132, 185. 
Church wood, 496. Cilley, 280, 584. Cisco, 95, 190, 
191. Clapp, 93. Clarenbole, 205, 339. Clark, 46, 
48, 49, 69, 82, 90-91, 93, 96, 97, 102, 103, 155, 156, 
159, 178, 201, 244, 298, 385, 455, 457, 461, 538. 
Clarkson, 352, 428. Clear, 54, 100. Cleasley, 245, 
385. Cleaves, 268. Clemens, 42. Clement, 276, 357, 
398, 432, 455, 457, 462. Cleveland, 233, 373. Clough, 
325, 412. Cobb, 298, 461. Cochran, 50. Coffin, 119, 



636 Index III. 

126,238. Cofran, 183, 314. Cohen, 332, 418. Coit, 
121. Colby, 328. Colburn, 48, 98, 196, 323. Cole, 
134, 142, 191, 201, 256, 265. Colebrook, 53, 106. 
Coleman, 208, 304, 343, 406. Coles, 80, 154. Colman, 
18, 31, 57, 513. Commins, 471. Comstock, 192, 328. 
Conant, 166. Connell, 213. Conner, 63, 124, 138, 
260. Cook, 45, 86, 206, 240, 317, 341, 378, 411, 591. 
Cooley, 200, 336. Coolidge, 461. Cooper, 516. Copp, 
127. Corbett, 472. Corning, 371, 438. Cotton, 375, 
451, 452. Cours, 218, 364. Covill, 201. Cox, 104, 
189, 210, 323, 574, 575. Craig, 64, 167. Crane, 38, 
104, 539. Cranfield, 489, 490. Crockett, 17, 227, 
255, 370, 392. Cromwell, 76, 472. Croom, 422, 445. 
Crosby, 134, 244, 384. Crowell, 351, 427. Croxford, 
95, 189. Cruess, 206, 340. Cumming, 202, 337. 
Cnmmings, 136, 150, 258. Cunningham, 398. Currier, 
91, 95, 172, 178, 182, 192, 300, 312, 473. Curtis, 15, 
24, 92, 99, 180, 205, 340, 505. Cushing, 108, 221, 
257, 393. Cuthbert, 211, 351. Cutler, 57, 96, 115. 
Cutter, 540. 

DAGGETT, 190, 324. Daland, 256, 392. Dale, 
155, 281. Dame, 47, 93, 96, 182, 189, 312. 
Damon, 180. Danforth, 11. Daniel, 2, 11, 12, 350, 
478, 481, 488, 490, 492. Dansby, 345. Darby, 50, 
103. Darling, 226, 370. Davenport, 57, 115, 195, 
232, 831. David, 355, 431. Davidson, 252, 390. 
Davis, 34, 62, 96, 118, 132, 193, 211, 237, 253, 345, 
850, 497, 536. Davy, 206. Day, 183. Dean, 7. 
Deane, 114, 230. Dearborn, 77, 101, 149, 562. De 
Carideau, 426, 447. De Casto, 273. De Coff, 287, 
401. De Crency, 75. Deering, 26, 30, 54. De Es- 
tage, 542. De Krafft, 80, 156. Delafield, 217, 362. 
Deland, 125. Delano, 163. De Saussure, 352. De- 
laski, 131, 251. Denne, 540. Dennett, 75, 223, 249, 



Index III. 637 

368, 388, 492, 494. de Navarro, 180, 309. Denton, 
197. de Kochemont, 151, 274, 276, 565. de Shore, 
165,291. DeVeaux, 35. Devens, 217, 366. Dilling- 
ham, 261, 276, 394, 397. Dimmick, 123, 241, 599. 
Dingley, 240, 379. Dinsmore, 205, 339. Doane, 274. 
Doar, 213, 426, 447. Dockery, 350, 424. Dodge, 
160, 170, 192, 284, 287, 322, 328. Doe, 181, 311. 
Donald, 165. Donnell, 25, 66, 70, 76, 148, 164, 184, 
220, 249, 366. Dorr, 99, 139, 261. Dorsey, 136. 
Douglas, 10, 571. Douglass, 167, 293. Doughty, 
472. Dover, 2, 40, 379. Dov^^, 38, 69, 203, 338. 
Dowd, 177. Downing, 223, 369. Dowse, 342, 415. 
Dozier, 213, 354. Drake, 252, 390. Dresser, 187, 320. 
Drew, 108, 166, 291. Drown, 55, 112, 226, 227. 
Duane, 360. Du Bois, 199. Du Boise, 352, 428. 
Du Bose, 352, 428. Dudley, 518. Dummell, 165, 
291. Dummer, 14, 20, 32, 33, 515. Dunham, 208, 
342. Dunlap, 119, 215, 237, 360, 595. Duntley, 289. 
Dunton, 334. Durgin, 181, 311. Durkie, 110. Dur- 
yea, 362. Dyer, 363, 435. 

EAMES, 225. Earl, 186, 318. Eastman, 84, 162, 
173, 298. Eaton, 149, 176, 317. Edgerly, 40, 
74, 144, 269. Edson, 154, 280. Edwards, 67, 130, 
211, 352. Eliot, 123, 242, 381. Elkins, 84, 165. 
Elliott, 12, 15, 22, 103, 262, 394, 494, 503, 515, 555, 
556. Ellis, 244, 340. Ellsworth, 142, 265. Elwyn, 
107, 217, 218, 550. Emerson, 171, 298. Emery, 87, 
114, 169, 176, 192, 195, 229, 307, 329, 365, 438, 540, 
559, 560. Emms, 26. Enifinger, 215, 355. English, 
61. Estes, 364, 437. Evans, 58, 62, 116, 121, 122, 
356, 461, 463. Evelith, 252. Everett, 188, 321, 373. 
Ewing, 217, 363, 574, 576. Eyre, 501. 



638 Index III. 

FABYAN, 81. Fairfield, 87, 169. Fales, 202. Far- 
ber, 475. Farnliam, 181, 285, 811. Farnswoith, 
462,464. Farnum, 495. Farrar, 181. Farrell, 173, 
301. Farthing, 305, 406. Felch, 155, 281. Fellows, 
451. Finnerty, 460, 463. Ferguson, 51,219. Fernald, 
17, 25, 28, 46, 245, 307, 386, 408, 528. Ferree, 226. 
Ferro, 582. Felch, 371, 439. Fetcomb, 228. Field, 
138, 260. Fisher, 93, 185, 186, 200, 316, 326, 337, 
412. Fitz, 42, 78. Flanders, 322. Flanigan, 454, 
460. Fleering, 299. Fleming, 344, 416, 417. Fletcher, 
93, 139, 184, 476, 482. Flint, 176, 307. Flitner, 48, 
99, 202. Fogg, 229, 371. Folsom, 35, 59, 64, 118, 
125, 132, 244, 245, 524. Foote, 424, 446. Footman, 
349, 350, 423, 425. Forbes, 255, 392. Ford, 141, 
263, 264. Foster, 61, 120, 164, 165, 290, 322. Fouche, 
175. Fowle, 218, 363. Fowler, 27, 48, 97. Foxcroft, 
516. Foxwell, 505. Foye, 15, 504. Francis, 124, 
243, 303, 382, 406. Franklin, 574, 576, 586. Fraser, 
211, 352. Freeman, 119, 127, 237. French, 192, 222, 
367. Frick, 185, 317, 586. Frierson, 10, 346, 347, 
593. Frost, 18, 23, 39, 40, 43, 44, 83, 84, 109, 113, 
132, 144, 160, 163, 222, 226, 227, 245, 268, 297, 298, 
498, 511. Frothingham, 383, 440. Frye, 79, 90, 152, 
177, 453, 454. Fryer, 18, 515. Fuller, 270, 300. 
Fulton, 208, 343. Furber, 75. Furbush, 164. Fur- 
nald, 46, 50, 91, 92, 102, 181, 182. Furness, 76. 
Furthey, 27, 52. 

GADSDEN, 213, 351, 427. Galloway, 215, 358. 
Gambling, 13, 19. Gammon, 158, 283. Gardner, 
281, 455, 457, 462. Garrison, 598. Garvin, 285, 400. 
Gary, 187, 319. Gay, 97, 194. Gayman, 145. Gee, 
516. George, 189, 193, 321, 503. Gerrish, 15,22, 24, 
26, 37-40, 43, 48, 68, 70, 264, 520. Getchell, 177, 
308. Getty, 582. Gibbs, 104. Gibson, 121, 238, 



Index III. 639 

563. Gignilliat, 426. Gilbert, 51, 105. Gilligan, 
228. Gillman, 251, 540. Gilman, 191, 325. Gilmer, 
173, 301. Glenn, 217. Glidden, 305, 406. Goddard, 
541. Goodale, 134, 167, L'55, 292, 296, 402. Godfrey, 
155, 281. Golphin, 104, 219. Goodenow, 245, 385, 
386, 600. Goodman, 187, 318. Goodrich, 113, 162, 
190, 228, 286. Goodwin, 24, 43, 58, 117, 143, 163, 
267, 288. Goodwyn, 346, 418. Gookin, 87, 168, 540. 
Goold, 547. Gordon, 1 99, 335. Gorges, 469. Goadie, 
162,286. Gould, 241,315. Gourley, 94, 188. Gove, 
102, 191, 207, 326, 329. Gowell, 460. Gowen, 143, 
267. Graffort, 12, 478, 491, 492. Grant, 56, 163, 
249, 288, 572. Graves, 13, 20. Gray, 99, 198, 556. 
Gregg, 231, 372. Greeley, 66, 128, 249. Green, 205. 
Greene, 61, 452. Greenough, 9, 254. Greenwood, 
259. 392. Griffin, 578, 580, 581. Grile, 187, 319. 
Gross, 13. Grouard, 46, 91. Guerard, 211, 351, 352, 
427. Guerin, 27, 51. Guild, 63, 123, 242, 555. Gun- 
nison, 47, 79, 93, 152, 488. Guptell, 140, 263. 

HACKETT, 224. Hackley, 89, 168, 554. Hads, 
231, 372. Hageman, 135, 257. Hager, 251. 
Haiglit, 130, 250. Hainley, 247. Hale, 403, 442, 482. 
Haley, 17, 28, 108, 220. Hall, 107, 114, 194, 217, 232, 
235, 298, 330, 552. Hallett, 257. Ham, 6, 62, 90, 
112, m, 176, 177,226,239. Hamilton, 146, 170, 296. 
Hammond, 12, 15, 18, 25, 92, 165, 181, 182, 498, 506. 
Hancock, 580. Handron, 199. Hanscomb, 28, 139, 
148, 163, 262, 287. Hanson, 92, 139, 181, 251, 389. 
Hardaway, 351. Hardee, 427, 448. Harford, 26, 507. 
Hargraves, 285. Harmon, 251, 340, 389, 414. Har- 
riett, 218, 239, 277, 365, 398. Harris, 39, 42, 47, 78, 
95, 96, 134, 206, 209, 255, 340, 342, 345, 416. Harrison, 
15, 26, 30, 32, 50, 55, 59, 104 208, 342, 586. Hart, 59. 
Hartley, 66, 128. Hartranft, 574, 576. Harts, 472, 480, 



640 Index III. 

480. Hartwell, 366. Harvey, 14, 34, 35, 63, 96, 190 
266, 324, 487. Harwell, 347, 420. . Haskell, 240. 
Hastings, 151, 223. Hasty, 262, 394. Hatch, 91, 178. 
Hathaway, 58, 116. Haven, 53, 107, 218, 219, 339, 
377, 534, 541, 595. Hawes, 134, 135, 255, 257. Haw- 
thorne, 204, 584. Hayes, 582. Haynes, 41, 54, 108. 
Hayward, 234, 375. 597. Haywood, 422. Hazell, 428, 
448. Hazlitt, 216, 361. Hazzard, 105, 212, 427. 
Heard, 40, 42, 78, 151. Heaton, 172, 250, 300. Hef- 
fenger, 361, 434. Heidt, 215, 358. Heller, 172, 301, 
385. Henderson, 55, 110, 349, 423. Herrick, 235. 
Hersey, 454. Hertkoru, 290. Heyw;.rd, 351, 414, 
426, 428, 444. Higgins, 185, 195, 316, 332. Higgm- 
son, 239, 377. Higlit, 16, 40, 86, 91. Hildreth, 181. 
Hill, 25, 48, 131, 140, 203, 219, 330, 365. Hilton, 77, 
149, 195, 332, 481. Hinman, 332, 413. Hitchcock, 94. 
Hobbs, 83, 162, 235, 264, 365, 366. Hobby, 513. 
Hoddey,491. Hodgdon, 75,488. Hodges, 239, 377, 598. 
Hodgsdon, 56. Hodson, 135. Hoel, 11, 12, 13, 16, 
483. Hoit, 69, 135. Holbrook, 132, 462,464. Holmes, 
51, 175, 304. Holyoke, 24, 42, 518. Hooper, 48,82, 
99, 159. Hope, 499. Home, 63, 64, 82, 124, 142, 
158, 164, 242, 259, 266. Horton, 107. Hotchkins, 
175, 305. Honghton, 114, 230. Howard, 153, 184, 
265, 279, 314, 361, 395, 569. Howe, 115,233. Howes, 
303. Howland, 212. Hoyt, 182, 313. Hubbard, 57, 
113, 114, 231, 298, 552. Huger, 213, 353. Hull, 217, 
362, 476, 488, 495, 496. Humbert, 105, 214. Humph- 
reys, 36, 64, 65, 125, 292, 402. Hungerford, 405. 
Hunking, 471. Hunt, 305, 375, 574. Hunter, 427, 
447. Huntington, 205, 339. Huntoon, 47, 96, 312. 
Huntress, 150, 274. Hurd, 47, 95, 184, 192, 315, 328, 
331. Huse, 96, 193. Hussey, 73. Hutchings, 17, 28, 
29. Hutchins, 233, 374. Hutchinson, 182, 313, 540. 
Hyde, 287. Hyslip, 40, 41. 



I 



Index III. 641 

NGALLS, 577. Irvine, 86, 167. 



JACKSON, 48,80, 100, 155, 215, 238, 305, 322,359, 
377, 453, 455, 561. Jacobs, 46, 59, 83, 90, 118, 
161, 176, 265, 395. Jameson, 130, 250, 316, 411. 
Janvrin, 20. Jaquetli, 143, 268. Jaquith, 460. Jarvis, 
62, 121, 153, 225, 370, 505, 536, 553, 555, 558. Jef- 
ferson, 54'i, 554. Jeffords, 214, 356. Jenkins, 43, 81, 
82, 114, 158, 159, 179, 213, 229, 287, 354. Jenks, 284. 
Jenness, 157, 283. Jennison, 133, 254. Jewett, 161, 
285. Jerey, 354. Johnson, 17, 27, 41, 43, 46, 73, 77, 
80, 90, 141, 144, 150, 153, 160, 193, 264, 268, 280, 329, 
352, 395, 428. Jolinston, 353, 364, 429, 590. John- 
stone, 352, 427. Joiner, 105. Jones, 156, 177, 208, 
210, 218, 283, 342, 345, 348. Jordan, 37, 38, 66, 68, 
117, 129, 131, 236, 250. Jose, 480. Josier, 235. Joy, 
39, 58, 72, 73, 117. Judd, 306, 408. 

KARSWELL, 47, 93. Keais, 476. Keating, 171,297. 
Keay, 72, 139, 140. Keep, 234, 376. Keese, 381. 
Kelley, 197. Kellogg, 185. Kennard, 163, 224, 287, 
453, 454, 456. Kenney, 454, 460. Kennison, 176, 
307. Kent, 46, 90. Kimball, 57, 80, 113, 154. King, 
14, 15, 22, 36, 131, 279, 356, 357, 399, 431, 432, 502. 
Kingsbury, 89, 173. Kingsley, 93, 186. Kirkam, 164, 
288. Kitson, 40, 75. Kittredge, 109, 552. Kneeland, 
19, 513. Knight, 14, 19, 20, 30, 32, 33, 191, 254, 327. 
Knowles, 102, 112, 207, 225. Knowlton, 164, 288, 
290. Knox, 72, 179. 

IACEY, 81. Ladd, 49, 101, 107, 218, 261. Laigh- 
J ton, 117. Lake, 13, 165, 291, 471. Lambert, 
142, 267. Lamprey, 220, 366. Landron, 301. Lane, 
8, 119, 138. 166, 237. Lang, 146, 150. Langdon, 10, 



642 Index III. 

53, 107, 109, 533, 541, 548-550. Lanners, 426. Lap- 
ham, 48, 100, 197, 254, 334, 391. Larkin, 541. Lar- 
son, 185, 315. Law, 426. Lawrence, 84, 353. Lear, 
191, 192, 326, 329. Leavitt, 145, 270, 306, 408. Lee, 
6, 210, 224, 347, 369. Legone, 357. Le Hardy, 350, 
425. Leighton, 108, 219, 455, 457, 506. Leman, 112. 
Lemreux, 251, 390. Leonard, 344. Lennox, 200, 336, 
Lenoir, 210, 348. Lentner, 171, 299. Leonard, 174, 
302, 323, 566, 585. Leslie, 184, 251, 256. Lestargette, 
51. Lewis, 28, 46, 96, 185. Libbey, 736. Libby, 40, 
73, 139-142, 144, 168, 198, 261, 262, 295,371.. Lin- 
coln, 99, 201, 571. Lindley, 206. Litten, 497. Lit- 
tlefield, 40, 74, 185, 257. Livermore, 379. Living- 
stone, 83, 353. Lobdell, 54, 108. Locke, 133, 254, 
330. Lloyd, 32, 61. Lougee, 142, 144, 265, 269. 
Longfellow, 270, 584. Lord, 72, 74, 101, 107, 124, 
138, 144, 181, 193, 197, 205, 243, 268, 330, 334, 401. 
403, 444. Lovejoy, 159, 283, 384. Low, 79, 149, 152, 
164, 273. Lowd. 109. Lowell, 18, 33, 205, 215, 299, 
403. Lowry, 118, 237. Luce, 98, 195, 197, 332. 
Luffburrow, 354. Luhr, 428, 448. Lumbart, 175, 304. 
Lunt, 271. Lyman, 89, 173, 306, 407. Lynch, 427, 
448. Lynn, 472. Lyons, 191. 

MACK, 241. Maddox. 465. Madison, 527. Mahar, 
454. Majoiy, 187. Malcolm, 30, 56. Mallard, 
209, 344, 345, 414, 445. Mauent, 172, 301. Mani- 
gault, 353. Manning, 178, 308, 541, 546. Mansfield, 
64, 125, 287. Marble, 248, 388. March, 127, 134, 
137, 176, 247, 255, 259, 306, 339, 413. Marriner, 39, 
71. Marsh, 149. Marshall, 50, 68, 103, 128, 133, 248, 
314, 354, 453, 454. 461, 556. Marston, 24, 41. Mar- 
tin, 114, 231, 315. 355, 429. Martyn, 450, 451, 476. 
Mason, 30, 53, 119, 219, 469, 481, 483, 533, 534, 541, 
558. Mather, 35, 486, 487, 516. Mathews, 



Index III. 643 



Mattone, 479, 481. Maxfield, 95, 192, 315. Maxwell, 
95, 191, 342, 343. Mays, 149. McAdams, 181. 
McAllister, 134. McCaa, 310, 348. McCardy, 161. 
McClellan, 575. McCulloch, 113. McDonald, 453, 
454. McDuffee, 194, 330. McDuffie, 198. McGill, 
216, 361. McGinnis, 416, 445. McGregor, 596. 
Mclntire, 357. Mcintosh, 349. Mclver, 430. Mclvor, 
346, 347, 420. McKay, 155. McKean, 161, 286. 
McKibben, 582. McKinnie, 130. McKinstey, 136, 
259. McKinstry, 65, 126. McKusick, 145. McLean, 
249, 389. McLoud, 383, 440. McNebo, 142. McCor- 
nelia, (?) 105, 213. Meade, 571, 572, 580. Meair, 
299, 403. Means, 260. Mease, 218, 363. Meggett, 3o7, 
432. MegLiire, 138. Mellen, 220. Mendum, 132, 
198, 253. Merrill, 189, 321. Meserve, 30, 54, 77, 150. 
Messer, 93, 94, 185, 190, 325. Metcalf, 98, 196, 197. 
Mitchie, 156, 282. Middleton, 214, 356. Millard, 120, 
237. Millen, 189, 322. Miller, 102. Millican, 228. 
Mills, 92, 179. Mimmick, 280, 399. Mitchell, 10, 15, 
25, 39, 109, 142, 144, 222, 266, 363. Mobley, 213. 
Monefeldt, 115, 233. Monroe, 540, 545. Montgomery, 
212, 355. Montjoy or Muntjoy, 347. Moody, 16, 69, 
89, 135, 172, 228, 298, 476, 482, 485, 492. Moore, 30, 
56, 78, 106, 143, 145, 151,175,214,273,303,346,349, 
375, 396, 418, 424. Moran, 195, 332. Moore, 12, 49, 
101, 176, 189, 305. Morey, 238, 327. Morgain, 
471. Morandy, 496. Moriugton, 243. Morrall, 417. 
Morrill, 113, 227. Morrison, 214, 356, 453, 460. 
Morse, 102, 225. Morton, l'.)9, 335, 485. Moser, 47, 
69, 93, 95, 212. Mouiton, 15, 41, 103, 136, 141, 150, 
161, 257, 264, 451. Mudge, 153, 278. Muller, 203, 
338. Mumler, 164, 289. Munday, 288. Munroe, 171, 
298. Murray, 93, 185, 209, 345. Mussey, 147, 199, 
271, 335. Myers, 114, 228, 360, 433. 



644 Index III. 

NASON", 6Q, 128, 136, 236, 249, 257, 258, 393. Nast, 
341. Neale, 84, 164. Needham, 188, 320. Nelson, 

75, 163, 288. Nesbitt, 244. Newell, 131, 153, 208, 
251, 278, 344. Newhall, 252, 390. Newmarch, 25. 
Nichols, 104, 170, 296, 315, 410. Noble, 22, 518. 
Nolan, 182. Norman, 125, 129, 250, 342. Norris, 
171, 172, 299. Norton, 28, 305, 407. Norwood, 41, 

76. Nowell, 92, 181. Noyes, 166, 292. Nutter, 87, 
194, 452. Nye, 45, 87, 88, 110. 

OAKLET, 196, 333. Ober, 307, 409. Oberne, 14, 
36, 502. Odell, 126. Odison, 102. Odingsell, 
51, 103, 547. Odiorne, 18, 30, 508. Odlin, 156, 175. 
O'Leary, 253, 391. Oliver, 514. O'Neale, 86, 167. 
Orcutt, 568. Ordway, 273, 396. Orne, 64. Otis, 177, 
307. Osgood, 251, 259, 390. Owen, 93, 189, 323. 

PACKARD, 99, 202. Page, 45, 109, 148, 150, 222, 
239, 272, 364, 436. Paine, 117, 135, 235, 236, 
256. Palfrey, 244, 384. Palmer, 154, 155, 248, 280, 
282, 388, 562. Parke, 167. Parker, 17, 39, 40, 63, 
66, 70, 75, 124, 127, 244, 249, 313, 410, 557. Parks, 
83, 160. Parrott, 541. Parry, 49, 102, 242, 381,547. 
Parsley, 95, 189. Parson, 33. Parsons, 56, 131, 148, 
179, 224, 251, 255, 272, 427, 556. Partridge, 427. 
Patten, 134, 222, 368. Patterson, 26, 49, 253, 590. 
Pattifield, 504. Paul, 92, 113, 181, 227, 311. Payne, 
23, 41, 42, 45, 52, 86, 148, 236, 527,544, 546. Payson, 
171, 299. Peabody, 55, 111, 149, 568. Pearce, 32, 
57, 59, 117. Pearse, 30, 55. Pearson, 31, 56, 220. 
Peaslee, 183, 313. Peebles, 174, 302, 585. Peck, 165. 
Pelot, 127. Pemberton, 13, 18, 19, 499, 513. Pen- 
darvis, 105, 211. Pendleton, 480. Penballow, 11, 12, 
13, 14, 485, 488, 499, 507. Pennington, 363, 435. 



Index III. 645 

Pepperell, 47, 506,515, 521, 523, 525, 527, 535. Perkins, 
14, 69, 135, 142, 170, 296, 297, 382. Perry, 206, 
339. Persons, 94. 187. Pettit, 131. Peyson, 103. 
Phelps, 126, 246, 570. Philbrick, 98, 199. Phil- 
lips, 31, 58, 222, 349, 383. Phipps, 14. Piatt, 
313,401. Pickering, 106, 217, 538. Pickrin, 480. 
Pierce, 23, 70, 84, 111, 146, 148, 166, 224, 226, 
271,288,499, 501, 563. Pierrepont, 227, 371, 599. 
Pierson, 90, 176, 306. Pinckney, 346, 419. Pindar, 
97, 194. Piper, 43, 81, 93, 157, 184, 283, 543. 
Pittsley, 323. Place, 31, 217, 362. Plaisted, 31, 272, 
396. Plummer, 89, 172, 173. Pollard, 82, 158, 331, 
Pond, 217. Poole, 84, 164, 165, 288. Pope, 164, 289. 
Porcher, 51. Porter, 102, 112, 206, 340, 414. Posey, 
105, 212. Potter, 160, 264, 284. Powell, 279, 399. 
Pray, 140, 181, 263. Preble, 23, 38, 76, 147, 270,557. 
Prescott, 67, 132, 253, 262, 394, 555. Preston, 54, 108, 
252. Price, 368. Prime, 287. Prince, 516, 531. 
Pringle, 356. Prioleau, 426. Pritcliard, 181, 310. 
Proctor, 105, 211, 213. Pronk, 300. Pullan, 250, 389, 
Purrington, 67. Putney, 312. Putnam, 174, 215, 303, 
325, 359, 433, 574. Pynchon, 518. 

QUARTERMAN, 343. Qninby, 149, 152,273, 277. 
Quincy, 35. 62. Quinn, 277, 398. 

RAMSDELL, 453, 454, 456, 457. Ramsey, 344. 
Rand, 94, 98, 180, 188, 189, 310, 321, 322. Ran- 
dall, 106, 216. Randolph, 349, 422. Rawson, 244, 
385. Raymond, 241,380. Rayner, 15,23, 77, 223, 368, 
Reed, 114, 231, 232, 261, 393, 453. Remick, 180, 247, 
309. Renton, 153, 278. Reynolds, 6, 7, 334. Rhoades, 
230. Rice, 47, 95, 111, 225, 242, 262, 369, 370, 381, 
541, 556. Richards, 327, 355, 430. Richardson, 144, 
222, 269, 350, 367, 416, 425. Ricker, 73, 143, 220, 



646 Index III. 

366. Riggs, 123, 240. Riley, 122, 158,214, 240,283' 
356. Rindge, 37, 66. Ring, 231. Rising, 233. 
Rives, 238, 377. Roat, 454. Robhins, 142, 144, 266. 
Robert, 51. Roberts, 241. Robins, 371, 439. Robin- 
son, 64, 77, 150, 152, 224, 278, 351, 369, 427. Rock- 
wood, 302. Rogers, 149, 217, 362, 486, 518, 541, 563, 
598. Rollins, 191, 236, 326, 334, 373. Root, 230, 

307, 409. Ross, 22, 36, 143, 267, 378. Rousselet, 53, 
107, 550, 552. Royce, 321. Royes, 131, 252. Ru- 
berry, 105, 214. Ruff, 135. Ruggles, 38, 67. Russ, 
245. Russell, 21, 34, 35, 60, 186, 318. Rust, 21, 35, 
36, 64. Ryan, 132. 

QAFFORD, 6. Sale, 186. Saltonstall, 21,36. San- 
U born, 150, 160, 179, 182, 285, 309, 311. Sanders, 
44, 316. Sanderson, 304, 406. Sands, 193, 329. 
Sargent, 268, 395. Saville, 21, 33, 134,255. Savory, 
184. Sawyer, 40, 183, 314. Sayward, 25, 45, 527. 
Scales, 312. Scammon, 24, 44, 45, 85, 86, 133, 254, 

255, 524. Seabrook, 426, 431, 447. Searle, 108, 221. 
Seavey, 242, 382. Seawards, 151, 276, 452, 453. 
Sessions, 251, 390. Sewall, 88, 89, 171, 173, 240, 272, 
380, 516. Sbackleford, 101, 150,206, 274. Shannon, 
15, 23, 40. Shapleigk, 108, 166, 178, 180, 287, 292, 

308, 310, 401. Shapley, 506. Shaw, 131, 148, 150, 
252, 272, 275, 359, 432. Sheafe, 22, 41, 43, 62, 81, 
111, 121, 224, 541. Shearer, 155, 282. Shelton, 470. 
Shepard, 60, 120. Sheppard, 184, 314. Sherburne, 
23, 29, 31, 53, 57, 59, 119, lb9, 323, 499, 533. Sher- 
man, 590. Sherwood, 153, 279, 567. Shewell, 253, 
391. Shillaber, 78, 151, 565. Shipway, 11,482, 484. 
Sholes, 188, 320. Shores, 101, 205. Shrieve, 135, 

256. Shulter, 119. Simkins, 425, 446. Simmons, 
145. Simonds, 313. Simpson, 32, 61. Sloper, 14, 
20. Small, 138, 259, 260. Smart, 96. Smith, 27, 33, 



Index III. 647 

51, 62, 91, 93, 94, 108, 104, 106, 113, 120, 122, 128, 
136, 149, 178, 182-186, 188, 192, 200, 208, 216, 224, 
228, 239, 240, 249, 254, 266, 298, 302, 308, 312, 314, 
317, 318, 327, 337, 341, 347, 349, 360, 378-380, 387, 
392, 405, 409, 411, 413, 414, 420, 422, 441, 455, 461, 
464, 590. Snelling, 57, 116. Snow, 87, 170. Soden, 
384. Soraerby, 151, 275. Sonierville, 277, 398. 
Soper, 96, 193. Southall, 43, 80. Soiithwick, 328. 
Spaun, 342, 346, 414, 418. Sparhawk, 33, 62, 64, 65, 
111, 121, 127, 515, 535-537, 554, 578. Spence, 106, 
214, 529, 548. Spencer, 284, 803, 405. Sperlia, 108. 
Spooner, 567. Sprague, 455, 457, 462, 574. Stacy, 
206, 340. Standish, 844. Standwood, 188, 258. 
Stanton, 276, 897. Staples, 45, 89. Starnes, 845. 
Starr, 11, 470. Staves, 55, 112, 226. St. Clair, 247. 
Stearnes, 1, 77, 217, 361. Steiger, 357. Steinbrum- 
mer, 246. Steiner, 116. Stenman, 75, 147. Stephen- 
sou, 453, 454. Sterling, 181. Stevens, 48, 97, 144, 
151, 195, 197, 208, 219, 255, 264, 275, 384, 343. 
Stevenson, 25, 47, 860. Stewart, 161, 292. Stickney, 
57, 114, 255. Stinson, 222, 868. Stoddard, 68. 
Stokes, 21. 34. Stoll, 17, 27. Stone, 23, 40, 126, 248, 
246, 883, 539. Stoney, 426, 447. Stoodley, 387, 441. 
Storen, 129, 250. Storer, 43, 145, 171. Storey, 168, 
294. Stoughton, 168, 294. Straw, 98, 122. Streeter, 
106, 817. Strobhard, 212, 352. Stuart, 59, 117. 
Sturgis, 574. Sturtevant, 300, 403. 

rpALBIRD, 209,844. Talbot,75. Tapley,17, 28. Tap- 
1 pan, 110. Taylor,241,244,855, 880,426,480, 599. 
1 ebbetts, QS, 138, 253. Teetor, 130, 250. Teetshorn, 262, 
895. Terham,180. Terry, 67, 180. Tetus,381. Thacher, 
67, 129, 175, 250, 304, 585. Thaxter, 281, 400, 522. 
Thayer, 308, 409. Thing, 455. Thomas, 92, 179. 
Thompson, 6-i, 72, 82, 180, 158, 180, 251, 275, 810, 882, 



h^ 



648 Index III. 

389, 406, 548. Thornes, 285. Thornton, 37, 45, 87, 
159, 546. Thorp, 176, 306. Thurston, 40, 74, 99, 

125. Thwing, 145. Thygerson, 203. Tibbitts, 92, 
140, 180, 263. Tiffany, 223, 238, 376. Tinkham, 195, 
333. Titcomb, 20, 33. Titus, 373, 439. Tobey, 198, 
335. Tomson, 27, 62, 103, 207. Toole, 455. Tooth- 
aker, 142, 265. Toppan, U, 20, 80, 213. Toutan, 
213. Townsend, 69, l:>5, 222, 391, 441. Traill, 2i», 
53, 106, 510, 529. Train, 197. Tread well, 30, 54, 

126. Tredrick, 247. Trivot, 42. Trow, 183. Tucker, 40, 
67, 75, 131, 189, Vn, 302, 322, 323, 327, 405, 431, 539. 
Tuckerman, 473. Tufts, 127, 248, 257. Tui-nbull, 
353,429. Turner, 109, 118,169, 237,294. Tuttle, 
245, 450. Tuxbury, 268, 386. Twamlim, 472. Twora- 
bly, 150. Tyler, 80, 154, 174, 302. 

UDE, 198. Underwood, 54,109. Upham, 115, 235. » 
Urion, 281, 400. Usher, 49^. Utter, 384, 440. I 

\7ANmWAGEN, 280. Van Rensselaer, 213, 354. 
Van Rensselaer, 354, 363, 435. Van Schuyver, 
184,314. Varney,136, 145, 269. Varrell, 309. Vassall, 
19. Vaughan, 12, 14, 38, 99, 196, 197, 201, 334, 335, 
478, 481, 488-490. Vickerey, 30, 54, 365, 438. 

WADDELL, 206, 341. Wade, 453. Wadleigh, 
72, 146, 247. Wadsworth, 98, 148, 199, 273. 
Wagner, 187, 320. Wainwrioht, 299. Waite, 241, 380, 
Walcott, 152, 277. Walden,\a, 179. Waldron, 11-14, 
21, 34-36, 69, 134, 216, 471, 485, 488, 489, 541. 
Walker, 23, 113, 227, 853, 426. Walton, 264. Ward, 
31, 57, 161, 162, 285, 364, 437, 513. Warner, 69, 115, 
134, 234. Warnerton, 8. Warren, 201, 234, 337, 375, 
580, 581. Washburn, 298. Washburne, 174. Wash- 
ington, 63. Waterhouse, 150, 244, 245, 274, 305,386. 



Index III. 649 

Watkins, 199, 335. Watson, 36, 38, 68,200, 365,399, 
437, 538. Watts, 13, 19, 172, 300, 498. Way, 68. 
Weare, 490. Weaver, 355, 430. Webb, 155, 281. 
Webster, 83, 161, 175, 253, 284, 305, 391, 400. 
Wedgewood, 481. Weed, 320, 412. Weeks, 17, 28, 
100, 187, 191, 196, 319, 327. Weld, 589. Wells, 93, 
142, 182, 266. Wendell, 19, 21, 36, 65, 435, 514, 538. 
Welch, 16, 25. Wentworth, 19, 22, 25, 31, 46, 131, 
136, 138, 164, 259, 261, 289, 365, 437, 499, 501, 
503, 513, 514, 528, 529, 533. West, 71, 105, 138, 212. 
Westbrooke, 21, 34, 515. Westcott, 214, 357. West- 
ervelt, 284, 400. Weston, 221, 272, 367, 396. Weth- 
erell, 57, 114. Wetmore, 174. Wheeler, 121, 149, 
192, 195, 239, 274, 312, 332, 409, 599. Wheelwright, 
80, 154. Wherren, 92, 180. Whidden, 54, 119, 214, 
354. Whipp, 145. Whipple, 18, 29, 509, 530. White, 
6, 110, 182, 199, 215, 223, 360, 595. Whiting, 258, 
272, 393. Whitney, 96, 165, 223, 291, 369. Whittier, 
72. Whitton, 240, 379. Wicall, 482. Widner, 186, 
317, 588. Wigg, 231, 372. Wiggin, 67, 69, 82, 131, 
135, 156, 157, 194, 331, 471. Wiga:ins, 35, 182, 312. 
Wigglesworth, 63, 123. Wilbur, 175, 200, 336. Wil- 
cox, 89, 174, 186, 317, 582. Wilde, 87. Wilder, 246, 
288, 454, 455, 461, 462. Wilkins, 213. 353. Willard, 
175, 196, 197, 304. Willerrill, 261. Willey, 93, 183, 
184. Williams, 55, 93, 112, 156, 167, 170, 183, 225, 
228, 235, 282, 429, 472, 473, 496. Williamson, 26, 
206. 347, 420. Willis, 363, 436. Wills, 12, 493. 
Wilson, 17, 28, 29, 42, 52, 79, 112, 179, 196, 226, 
246, 305, 333, 343, 348, 407, 421. Wilsons, 472. 
Wingate, 37, 62, 66, 123, 241. Winkley, 14. Winn, 
331. Winslow, 67, 72, 115, 126, 234, 461, 463. 
Wise, 18, 30, 510, 512, 597. Witherick, 16, 494. 
Wolston, 391, 442. Wood, 170, 171, 234, 297, 340, 
375. Woodbridge, 25. Woodbury, 71, 78, 151, 359, 
82 



650 Index III. 

430. Woodman, 111, 225. Woodruff, 187, 319. 

Woodsons, 74, 145. Woodward, 48, 98, 198, 351. 

Woolsey, 61, 120, 121. Worcester, 143, 267. Worthen, 

47, 93. Wragg, 349, 422. Wriglit, 104, 171, 190, 
221, 315, 325, 410. Wyman, 146. 

Y EATON, 26, 50, 59, 77, 84, 117, 150. Yorke, 164, 
290. Young, 205, 313, 339, 345, 417. 

yiMMEELY, 300. 



INDEX IV. 



Places Mentioned in the Cutts Genealogy. 



America. . .5, 76, 465, 517 

Barbadoes 9, 15 

Bermuda. 61 

British Gtuiana 564 

British W. I. Islands. 525 

Canada 10 

Quebec 547 

Cuba 298 

Havana 115 

China 240,303, 429 

Demerara 534 

East Indies 160 

England. ..9, 13, 14, 53 

72, 76, 109,465, 469 

484, 488, 517, 529 

547 

Ashford, Kent 11 

Arkesilen 470 

Cambridgeshire . . . 469 

Canterbury 217 

Dunstar 507 

Essex 469, 510 

Hampshire 257 

Gleumorganshire. . . 587 

London 12, 360, 398 

437,485,489,432, 495 



England — Oontinued. 

Liverpool 162 

Orkney 53 

Satterly 513 

St. Mabyn's 485 

Somerton 495 

Yorkshire 60 

France 584 

Mende-Loren 235 

GrULF OF Mexico 10 

Holland 555 

India 602 

Italy : 

Rome 145 

LouiSBouRG . . .9, 505, 517 
New Brunswick : 

St. John's 551 

Newfoundland 534 

Portugal : 

Lisbon 554 

Persia 553 

St. Christopher's ... 483 

St. Helena 383 

Scotland 41 

Duns 246 

Sandwich Islands. . . 584 



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South America 584 

Switzerland : 

Zurich 436 

Spain : 

Barcelona 89 

Cadiz 554 

Turkey 563, 596 

Constantinople.... 216 

West Indies. . .9, 12, 154 

530 
Tobago 535 

United States of 
America : 

Alabama : 

Loacha Pocha 163 

Mobile 587 

California.,. 10, Ibl, 183 
212, 261, 300 

Greenville 251, 389 

Los Angeles 252 

Marysville 200 

San Francisco. 230, 586 

Stockton... 586 

San Francisco Bay. 252 

Connecticut : 

Derby 65 

Greeuport 584 

Hartford 

Jewett City 584 

New Haven 

Yale College... 65, 235 

273, 589 

New London.. 235, 564 

Saybrook 243 

Stamford 405 



Willimantic 274 

Colorado : 
Erie (Boulder Co.). 252 
Ouray 251 

Florida .- . 250 

Brooksville 445 

Pensacola 593-594 

Georgia 89, 465, 548 

Americus 466 

Athens 155 

Augusta 307 

Marshallville 466 

Oxford 408 

Savannah 128, 466 

Sunbury 209 

St. John's Parish.. 548 
Warrenton 465 

Illinois : 

Beaverville 259 

Buffalo Grove 586 

Dixon 407 

Kankakee 586 

Oregon 306 

Polo 304, 586 

Rockford.154, 303, 586 

Iowa : 

Brighton 203 

Burlington 316 

Dubuque 303-304 

Fayette 154, 265 

Orleans 262 

Oskaloosa.186, 587-588 
Storm Lake 285 

Indiana : 

Spencerville 184 



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Kentucky : 

Louisville 255 

Louisiana : 

Frierson's Mill 347 

420, 594 

Shreveport 57 '2 

New Orleans. .119, 551 

Maine.. \(), 141, 336, 483 

Alfred 558, 587 

Augusta 239 

Bangor. 251, 295 

Berwick. . . . 43, 83, 220 

510-512 

Biddeford.144, 304, 586 

Brownsville 304 

Brunswick 382, 511 

559 

Buxton Centre 329 

Bowdoin Medical 

School 294, 586 

Bowdoin College. . 584 

Castine 158 

China 262 

Damariscotta 517 

Dayton 91 

Eliot 102, 297 

Farmington 197 

Freeport 71 

Fryeburgh 161 

Falmouth 39 

Farmington 197 

Gardiner 255, 356 

Hallowell ........ 585 

Kennebunk 57, 80 

172, 552 



Maine — Continued. 
Kennebunkport . . . 
Kittery..56, 12, 15, 
18,24-29,44,47, 

79, 81-84, 89-92, 
-152, 162-164, 
-176, 180-182, 
483, 492, 496, 
505-506,509,517 
520, 521 



135 

17 

78- 

151 

174 

472 

498 

518 

524, 530 

536, 551 

Spruce Creek. ..12, 506 

520, 528 

Champernowne's 

Island 493 

Cutts Island... 493, 511 
544 

Lewiston 39, 371 

Lisbon 259 

Limerick 73, 144 

Lubec 50, 455, 456 

Machias 455 

Minot 559 

New Portland 195 

Nobleboro 518 

No. New Portland.. 166 

Paris 601 

Parsonsfield 146 

Passadumkeag . . . . 134 

Phillips 265 

Pittston 333, 562 

Portland... 76, 132, 137 

151,256,258,277, 330 

360, 457, 458 

Randolph 199 



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Ma ine — Co n timi ed. 

Koyalsboro 39 

Sacarappa 130 

Saco. ..8, 44, 82, 85-88 

134-135,159-161, 166 

-167, 169-170, 254 

269,295,465,524, 558 

560 

Factory Island .... 525 

Indian Island 525 

Sanford 263 

Scarboro 161> 

Sebec 250-251 

Soutb Berwick.... 139 
505, 511 

Troy 260 

Waterborough . . . 270 

Wells 164, 289, 473 

525 

Westbrooks 56 

West Gardner 199 

York.. 6, 24,25,41, 45 

75-78, 88, 93, 148-150 

156,159, 162,164, l7l 

-174, 301, 303, 527 

539-540, 557, 585 

York River 505 

Maryland 465 

Baltimore. 114,216, 596 

Antietam 571, 576 

582-583 
Massachusetts : 

Amherst 155 

Andover 585 



Massachusetts — Continued. 

Arlington 157 

Boston.. 5, 6, 7,11, 18 
19, 21, 31, 32, 34-35 
56,63,67,88. 115-117 
135,139,157,216, 221 
229-230,232-233, 235 

242.245.253.258, 259 
292,299,362,381, 462 
495,499,502,512, 513 
516-518,519,533, 536 
552-554,563-565, 585 

589-590, 594, 601 

Brockton 457 

Brookfield..31, 57, 114 

451 

Brookline. . . 7, 143, 455 

457, 462, 590 

Cambridge.. 55, 61, 300 

360, 514, 595 

Harvard College. . 60-61 

81, 107, 111, 118-120 

123.157.236.259, 381 
386,485,517-518, 523 
534,544,546,555, 556 

558, 595 

Cape Cod 59 

Charlestown 504 

Canton 115 

Chelsea 566 

Dedham 147, 232 

Dorchester 116 

Gloucester 117 

Haverhill.... 32, 62, 283 

514, 554 



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655 



Massachusetts — Continued. 

Hyde Park 230 

Ipswich 23, 36, 510 

546, 597 

Jamaica Plain 590 

Leicester 114 

Lowell 134, 598 

Lynn 153, 252, 390 

453, 502, 590 

Maiden 158 

Milton 232 

Neponset 229 

Newbury... 20, 33, 515 

559 

New Braintree . . . . 114 

Newburyport 79-80 

132,154,271,532, 540 
542 

Newton 57, 130 

Newton Centre .. 7, 247 
379-380 

Reading 7, 584 

Salem.... 152, 201, 518 
537, 502 

Somerset 61 

Southboro 595 

Springfield 294 

Townsend 131 

Watertown 360 

Worcester 231, 584 

Yarmouth 393, 546 

Minnesota : 

Faribault.7,279,519, 567 

Northfield.. ., 188 

Plainview 170 



Minn esota — Con tinned. 

St. Paul 262, 280 

Missouri : 

St. Louis 406, 587 

Louisiana 587 

Mississippi : 

Holly Springs 587 

luca 118 

Vicksburg 587 

Nevada : 

Carson City 199 

New England 10, 12 

465, 485, 489, 512 

New Hampshire : 

Barrington 134 

Brookliue 131 

Claremont 7, 370 

Concord 184 

Cocheco 473 

Conway 126 

Dover. ... 6, 62, 64, 68 

122-123,165,177, 240 

472-473,477,491, 536 

537 

Exeter... 101, 559, 590 

597, 477, 484, 549 

Great Island. 9,471, 481 

Gilmanton 207 

Goshen 47 

Greenland 247, 471 

Hanover 

Dartmouth College. 231 

550, 569, 600, 601 

Hollis 68 

Isles of Shoals .... 478 



656 



Index IV. 



New Hampshire — ConfJ. 

Lee 123 

Londonderry .. 1 90, 561 

Manchester 162 

Milton Mills 285 

Moulton Borough. . 257 
New Castle.. 9, 18, 40 
68, 478, 483, 490 
New Hampton .... 409 
Newport. ..7, 326, 561 

Northwood 538 

Orford 239 

Oyster River. . . 472-473 

Portsmouth ... 5, 6, 8 

9, 11, 13, 15, 19, 21 

22, 23, 29, 30, 31, 33 

-38, 42, 58-60, 63 

-66, 68, 75, 79, 81 

101,106-112,116-119 

124, 127,132,134, 157 

217,218,226,248, 271 

276,283,371,434, 450 

-451,456,469,475-479 

482-484,485,487, 488 

490,492,499,504, 508 

-510, 512-520, 524 

-526, 529-532, 538 

5 4 0-5 4 3, 5 4 7-548 

550-552,556,558, 564 

-567, 590, 596-597 

599 

Strawberry Bank . . 8 

469, 470, 483 

South New Market. 97 

Stratham 35, 64 



Nt w Hampsliire — Con fd. 

Star Island 471 

Sunapee Mountain . 48 

Rye 54, 63 

Wakefield... 81-82, 157 
247, 543 

Walpole 569 

New Jersey : 

Beverly 289 

Bordentown 553 

Chester 569 

Englewood 585 

Lodi 584 

Matawan 569 

New York: 

Albany 229 

Auburn 599 

Brooklyn.7,134,161, 569 

Copake 230 

Delhi 305 

Hudson 62 

Inwood-on-Hudson. 200 

Ithaca 590 

Jackson 234 

Noi-tli Granville. . . 181 
New York City.. 6, 161 
201,229,235,257, 280 
341,353,377-378, 458 
503,553,569,584-585 
589, 591-592, 597-600 
Poughkeepsie, Vas- 
sar College.. 11 8, 259 

Rochester 256 

Troy 589 

West Point. ..590, 597 



Index IV. 



657 



North Dakota : 

Grand Forks 188 

North Carolina: 

Asheville 118 

Raleigh 465 

New Mexico: 

Vera Cruz 207 

Ohio : 

Sinking Springs. . . 219 

Windham 187 

Wyoming 130 

Oregon : 
Newberg 306 

Pennsylvania : 

Chambersburg .... 232 

Erie 404 

Philadelphia.. 110, 113 

304,552-553,562, 587 

589 

Tennessee : 

Bolivar 587 

Fort Donelson 587 

Nashville 235 

Union City 587 

South Carolina . . 484, 494 

Beaufort 212, 507 

Andersonville 241 

Charleston 233, 497 

507, 593 

Cooper River 497 

Edistoe Island. 103, 547 

Georgetown 497 

Graham ville 105 

Greenville 71 

Orangeburgh 429 

83 



Rhode Island : 

Providence 116, 206 

250, 402 

Texas : 

Fort Isabel 591 

Jefferson 572 

Marshall 254, 572 

Verfnont : 

Bennington 589 

Brattleboro.... 569-570 

Brookfield 231 

Hyde Park 259 

Middlebury 228 

North Hartland ... 79 
558-559 

Norwich 602 

Orwell...94,184,186, 589 

Poultney 589 

Thetford 567-568 

Weathersfield...l53, 554 

West Hartford 569 

Williston 234 

Virginia 8, 212, 357 

Balls Bluff 359 

Cedar Creek 359 

City Point 258 

Cold Harbor 579 

Fortress Monroe. . . 59 
Fredericksburg. ... 574 

Glendale 359 

Fort Steadman 572 

Malvern 592 

Middletown 359 



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Index IV. 



Virginia — Continued. 

Norfolk 309 

Petersburg 572, 575 

-576, 579-580 
Richmond . . 80, 92, 359 

Sliarpsbiirg 342 

Spottsylvania C. H. 579 

South Mountain. . . 571 

583 

Lewinsville ... 156, 519 

600 

Warsaw 568 

Warrenton 356, 431 

Washington : 

Port Gamble 511 

Tacoma 2011 



Wisconsin : 

Eau Claire 252 

Milwaukee 239 

Sheboygan 317, 587 

Spring Lake 201 

District of Columbia : 

Washington. 65, 86, 167 

168, 301,364,544, 546 

571, 577, 580, 591 

Nova Scotia: 

Halifax 133, 539 

Horton 539 

Parisboro 539 

Windsor 60 



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