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Children of John Cutler 1768-1838

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Re: Children of John Cutler 1768-1838

Anne Marshall (View posts)
Posted: 17 Dec 2005 10:59AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 21 Dec 2005 10:10AM GMT
Surnames: Cutler, Plimpton, Hartshorn, Baldridge, Bowen, Lindley
Dear George Cutler, I am pretty tight on the early Cutler relatives. They
> begin with William circa 1500 and I won't list them here. I will start with
>
> John Cutler 1705, Reading Massachusetts who married Hannah Plimpton 1708 and
>
> they had Nathan Cutler 1736 who married Mehitabel Hartshorn 1748 and they had
>
> John Cutler July 1768 in Sturbridge, Massachusetts. He married Catharine
> Baldridge, or it could be Katharine or Katherine Baldridge born either in New
> York
> or Vermont in 1765, married 1790. He let Massachusetts and bought land in
>
> Hebron, Washington County, New York and sold it again in 1802 and moved to
> Jay, Essex County New York. He drowned in the Ausable River at the age of
> 70 in
> 1838. He had lots of children and my great great grandfather was Irwin
> Cutler born in Washington County in 1800 and died (or seems to have
> disappeared
> sometime before the 1850 Census when his wife Harriet Bowen(born in Vermont),
>
> daughter of Jabez Bowen and Hannah Lindley, is alone with her younger
> children
> including my great-grandmother. They left Jay New York after 1827 where
> their
> oldest child, Asa, had been born, and settled in Navarre, Stark County Ohio
> where they rented farm land. Other brothers of Irwin left Jay and settled
> in
> Ohio (John Hr., Thomas, Indiana where he had a large family with is wife
>
> Jane Steel andJames where Catherine Baldridge Cutler followed before or after
>
> her husband's drowning and died in Troy, Perry County, Indiana. I know more
>
> than that but the mystery is my great-great grandfather, Irwin Cutler. He
> simply disappeared. His daughter, my great-grandmother, Eliza McKean
> Cutler,
> was a remarkable women who married a civil war veteran, William Dever, lived
>
> into the 20th century and was a very well educated woman who taught in the
> public schools in Massillon, Stark County, Ohio and in Tuscarawas County, in
> the
> town of Newcomerstown, before and after her marriage to William Dever. They
>
> had six children but only three survived into their twenties. All were women
>
> and all went to college, two to Oberlin and one to Albion College in
> Michigan.
> Eliza's middle name, McKean has been a real roadblock. Can't seem to find a
>
> McKean. In any case, these people succeeded very well without Irwin who
> disappeared. Any ideas? Hope your are my cousin, George. Asa Cutler,
> Eliza's oldest brother was a canal boat captain and Sanford Cutler, a surgeon
> in the
> Civil War. Hope your are my cousin, George. Anne Marshall
>
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
Anne Marshalll 28 Jun 2005 9:28PM GMT 
George Cutler 15 Dec 2005 11:20PM GMT 
Anne Marshall 17 Dec 2005 5:59PM GMT 
George Cutler 18 Dec 2005 10:19PM GMT 
straidl7 20 Dec 2005 4:12PM GMT 
George Cutler 20 Dec 2005 11:07PM GMT 
straidl7 21 Dec 2005 3:48PM GMT 
Anne Marshall 22 Dec 2005 9:46PM GMT 
sacraigie 6 Jul 2008 5:24PM GMT 
ELevlocke 2 Jan 2014 8:10PM GMT 
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