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151 biography was included in Biographical Dictionary and Portrate Gallery of Eminent and Self Made Men, Quebec and the Maritime Provinces Edition. American Biographical Publishing Company, 1881. PDF pages, in personal archives.

"FA Cutter, Senior
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The Canadian Biographical Dictionary and Portrait Gallery of Eminent and Self-made Men: Quebec and Maritime Provinces Volume, Volume 2
Front Cover
American Biographical Publishing Company, 1881 - Canada - 759 pages
Page 284,5

"FREDERICK A CUTTER M. D. of SUTTON
One of the best known men in the county of Brome is Frederick Augustus Cutter a medical practitioner here for fifty years. He dates his birth at New Ipswich Hillsboro county NH being a son of Moody and Henrietta (Fisher) Cutter, both of New England origin. His father was a lawyer, and when the son was five years old the family removed to Stoddard, Chesshire county, in the same state where Moody Cutter practiced his profession until his death at forty-five years of age.

Dr Cutter was educated in district schools, and in the medical department of Dartmouth college Hanover NH, receiving his diploma in 1829 and settling in Sutton in December of that year making a little more than half a century since he opened an office here. In the earlier years of his practice, his rides extended over a considerable portion of what is now the county of Brome and into two townships in the county of Missisquoi. Up to a few years ago his practice was large and remunerative; latterly he has aimed to curtail it, and now he rarely goes into the country, unless sent for with a carriage. Considering his age and the hardships he has endured, he is a well preserved man, with a perfectly erect form, and considerable endurance. Probably no man in the neighborhood is more highly respected.

Dr. Cutter has been a commissioner of the Commissioners' Court for thirty five years, a justice of the peace perhaps half as long; was at one period a town councilor; was for seven years secretary of the school corporation of the township of Sutton, and was appointed a coroner, and to take depositions in the Superior Court, but never qualified for the former office and has done no business in the latter.

Dr Cutter is a member of the Evangelical Advent Church at Sutton and served for years as its clerk. His moral character stands far above reproach.

He has been married twice the first time in 1830 to Miss HP Butterfield of Stoddard NH who died in 1840 after having given birth to four children. Only one of them Reuben M Cutter who is employed in the Sutton Railway office is now living. His second marriage was in 1842, to Miss Mary A Jackman of Sutton, who has been the mother of four sons and four daughters, three of each still living. Frederic Augustus Cutter, Jr. is a physician and surgeon a graduate of McGill College, Montrea,l and of the Bellevue Hospital Medical College, N.Y., and a leading man in his profession at Sutton. Their son, Henry is in California and George is at home. The three daughters have all been married, and one of them, Eveline, is the widow of Whiting R. Ball and living at Boulton, P.Q. The other two, Mrs. William O. Regan and Mrs. George Wood, reside in Sutton.

When Dr. Cutter settled in his present home, there were not more than three or four miles of made road in the township, and no bridge across the river in the village of Sutton, except in sleighing time. He rode on horse-back until about twenty years ago, and in fording streams and finding his way through the woods, often had not only hard but perilous rides. He cannot "shoulder his crutch and tell how fields were won," but he can explain how swollen streams were crossed fifty years ago. 
Cutter, Frederic Augustus (I318)
 
152 Birth and death dates taken from headstone Cutter, Carol (I3752)
 
153 Birth and Death from California Death Index 1940-1997 Ringo, Harold Clay (I4162)
 
154 Birth Certificate in family records Smith, Harry Frances (I74)
 
155 Birth Certificate in family records Hanna, Ruth Blanche (I574)
 
156 Birth date calculated from 1897 passenger manifest Hamburg to New York, Fürst Bismarck, departure date 2 Sep 1897
First name and relationship from Passport Application of Mark in 1897. 
Elizabeth (I4871)
 
157 Birth date calculated from Menand's Cemetery Card. Family F1471
 
158 Birth date from 1900 Census, and also Passport Application 30 Jun 1897. In Passport appl., he is applying to live in Hamburg Germany (but he's back by 1900 Census.) Goodman, Marcus Schwabacher (I4556)
 
159 Birth date from Find-a-grave record Owenby, James E (I3109)
 
160 Birth date from in the U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007 (Ancestry.com) Bratt, Kathryn Frances (I66)
 
161 Birth date listed on 1901 Canadian Census Cutter, Dr. Frederic Augustus (I212)
 
162 Birth date listed on 1901 Canadian census Ahern, Elizabeth T (I215)
 
163 Birth date verified by U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007, Claim date: 20 Jan 1953. (Ancestry.com. U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2015. Also confirmed in Social Security Death Index, 1935-2014 ) Conkey, Marie Louise (I85)
 
164 Birth dates reported differently:
Daniel Sr. Mar 1844
Joseph - Jan 1872
Nellie - Feb 1885
Daniel - July 1887
Ralph - June 1892
Roy - June 1892
Source Type: Census 
Source (S139)
 
165 Birth place of Nina's parents is different from previous census. Sarah only reports living children (3). In previous census, reported 6 born, 3 living.
Source Type: Census 
Source (S323)
 
166 Birth recorded at 3 PM
Source Type: Birth 
Source (S330)
 
167 Birth recorded: [page 23] 1726

Elyzabeth, of Joh. and Mar. Wyngaart. Wit.: Ab. and Anna Wyngaart. 
Wyngaart, Elizabeth (I4096)
 
168 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Renison, Capitan P. (I20)
 
169 Birth, Death, Mother and Father family names documented in Calif. Death Index: Ancestry.com. California, Death Index, 1940-1997 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2000. Goodman, Edgar Lewis (I4557)
 
170 Birthdate from 1900 US Census, San Diego. Gosner, Mary E. (I874)
 
171 Birthplace for John and Bertha are reversed in Census. Paulina's name reported as Burns
Source Type: Census 
Source (S228)
 
172 Births recorded at Newbury, in Early vital records of Essex County, Massachusetts to about 1850. (Wheat Ridge), Vol 1, pg. 240, Secondary quality.

Daniel, s. James, jr. and Mary, Jan. 9, 1725.
 
Jackman, Daniel (I3853)
 
173 Births recorded at Newbury, in Early vital records of Essex County, Massachusetts to about 1850. (Wheat Ridge), Vol 1, pg. 241, Secondary quality.

Hester, d. James, Sept. 12, 1651
 
Jackman, Hester (I3912)
 
174 Births recorded at Newbury, in Early vital records of Essex County, Massachusetts to about 1850. (Wheat Ridge), Vol 1, pg. 243, Secondary quality.

Sara, d. James, abt. Jan. 18, 1647.
 
Jackman, Sarah (I3907)
 
175 Births recorded in Newbury, in Early vital records of Essex County, Massachusetts to about 1850. (Wheat Ridge), Vol 1, pg. 241, Secondary quality.

James, s. Richard and Elisabeth, Sept. 5, 1686.
 
Jackman, James (I3879)
 
176 Bitha's brother, Burton Lawless was a founder of the town Arrow Rock, Missouri, located about 15 miles from Boonville where Bitha and John Kelly lived. He was a prominent Citizen of Arrow Rock and his home is on the Historical Register Lawless, Bitha (I3395)
 
177 BMR, Book #1043, pp. 1-12 (FHL #025,690)
"FORTY FIFTH COMPANY. -- Zetland, 250 souls. It was the intention of Apostle Orson Pratt to have chartered a ship to sail about the twentieth of September, 1849, but he was unable to find one that was suitable, until he had succeeded in chartering the large, new and splendid ship Zetland, which had already brought over one company of Saints before. The fare, including the necessary provisions, was ?3 7 shillings 6 demies for adults; for children under fourteen years, ?2 10 shillings; infants under twelve months, free. The Zetland sailed from Liverpool, November 10th, 1849, with about two hundred and fifty Saints on board, under the presidency of Elder Samuel H. Hawkins, and arrived at New Orleans, December 24th, 1849, with about two hundred and fifty Saints on board, under the presidency of Elder Samuel H. Hawkins, and arrived at New Orleans, December 24th, 1849, all the emigrants enjoying good health and spirits; they were received by the church agent, Elder Thomas McKenzie, who arranged transportation with a number of the emigrants to St. Louis, while others tried to get employment in New Orleans, in order to earn means wherewith to continue the journey. At that time, however, business was very dull in New Orleans, and thousands of able-bodied men were walking about in idleness. The weather was also very warm and sickly. The part of the company which continued the journey up the river, arrived at St. Louis, Missouri, January 11th, 1850. (Millennial Star, Vol. XI, pages 315, 361;Vol. XII, pages 43, 75.)" "November. Sat. 10. [1849] -- The ship Zetland sailed from Liverpool, England, with 250 Saints, under the direction of S. H. Hawkins. It arrived at New Orleans Dec. 24th."
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Hawkins, Samuel Harris (I233)
 
178 Boarding with Max Rogers and his wife, Mildred, Associate Engineer.
Source Type: Census 
Source (S314)
 
179 Bording with Westley Kantor and family (Wife Dorothy, and daughter Donna)
Source Type: Census 
Source (S329)
 
180 Born 9:45 AM
Weight: 7.25 lbs
Named a few days after birth
In a letter from Katherine to her mother (Lenore), she writes: "We aren't going to spoil her in fact we're going to be careful to see that other folks don't. She won't be picked up or rocked it would be fun to rock her when she's awake but she will be sweeter without so much attention."
In the early days, Katherine writes of having house-help "a Japanese girl." She came half day every day (2:30 in the afternoon until the dinner dishes are done") and full day on Saturday. They paid her $2.50/week. Katherine writes: "Did you ever hear of anyone working so cheap?" Compare this to a later letter where she complains about the high prices of food. She describes her grocery bill at $35/mo (maybe that's what they could afford?). Says "... I run short sometimes if I don't be awful careful." 
Cutter, Morneen Kamiki (I12)
 
181 Born after fathers death Gove, Edmund (I3940)
 
182 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Knight, M.K. (I714)
 
183 Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA,
Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law
Bookkeepers and cashiers, except bank cashiers
Single, without children
Height: 71 (In); Weight: 198
(Ancestry.com. U.S., World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2005. ) 
Ray, Paul James (I146)
 
184 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F1750
 
185 Burial card, Menands Cemetery
James Milwain lot, Lot 15, Section 26
Age 40 years, 7 months, 4 days = birth date Nov. 20, 1781 
Bloomingdale, Ann (I3504)
 
186 Buried next to husband, James Martin B. Luper
Plot: DIV 6 SEC 1
Find A Grave Memorial# 41519798 
Gosner, Mary E. (I874)
 
187 Buried next to wife, Mollie E Norris
Plot: DIV 6 SEC 1
Find A Grave Memorial# 41519798 
Luper, James Martin Bernheisel (I150)
 
188 Burns caused by hot tar -- fell off ladder into vat, died 2 days later Fithian, Elmer Ellsworth Jr (I702)
 
189 Burried next to Dr. Able Rodriguez-Larrain Rosalind Karen (I42)
 
190 Burried with first husband, Bud Bell (At least that's what the head-stone says) Gurnsey, Adella (I596)
 
191 by Pope Adrian I Pippin King of Lombardy (I1781)
 
192 CA death index lists mothers maiden name: Sierra
Find a grave lists Father: William Reuben Billingsley, Mother: Sierra Nevada Billingsley 
Billingsley, Edna Augusta (I2881)
 
193 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F111
 
194 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I5229)
 
195 Calculated from Burial Card, Menands, Albany Rural Cemetery. Date of death Nov. 3, 1877, 84 years of age McWilliam, Mary Ann (I175)
 
196 Came to America on the ship Phoenix Luper, Hans Jacob (I661)
 
197 Came to California during the Gold Rush Smith, William Jasper (I71)
 
198 Came to California in 1892 for Blanch's health
Lived in Sarasota Springs, NY; San Jose, CA; Santa Maria, CA; Fullerton, CA.
Kept a family history. Three McConkey brothers immigrated to Worchester, MA, then to Pelham MA. Supposedly, there is a history of Pelham and Amherst that details this lineage 
Conkey, John Franklin (I217)
 
199 Came to live with family in Corvallis Pfieffer, John (I154)
 
200 Came to live with family in Corvallis Hardie, Marjorie (I155)
 

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