John Cutter son of Nathaniel, born at Woburn, Mass., March 16, 1765 came to Jaffrey in 1789. He married Abigail Demary, of Rindge, and so after commenced business as a tanner, buying the tannery of a Mr. Tanner which was afterwards occupied by his son, B. Cutter, Esq., but which has since been demolished. He was a man of singular energy of character and the first person in Jaffrey who kept his accounts according to the decimal system. By frugality and industry he acquired a competency. His so Ethan married Nancy B., daughter of Timothy and Elizabeth (Stiles) Blodgett, of Fitzwilliam, and resides in Jaffrey, where he has been keeper a public house for forty years. He has been town treasurer several years was postmaster fifteen years. Jonas, one of his two children, married Lydia daughter of Joseph and Seba (Barnes) Eveleth, of Dublin, N. H., and is no proprietor of the Cutter hotel in Jaffrey Center, formerly known as the Gr Monadnock House. Only one of his two children, Mortimer E., is living. He married Nellie E. Platts, of Winchendon, and has one child, Edith I.
Biographical Sketch of John Cutter
MLA Source Citation:Hurd, Duane Hamilton. History of Cheshire and Sullivan counties, New Hampshire. Philadelphia: J. W. Lewis. 1886. AccessGenealogy.com. Web. 6 February 2016.
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