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Re: Anna Holyoke Cutts
Posted by: David Petrie (ID *****5498) Date: March 24, 2009 at 15:00:12
In Reply to: Re: Anna Holyoke Cutts by Dale Harguess of 430


This what I have on Anna Holyoke Cutts - let me know if you are able to make any connections to your friends' Cutts family.

Samuel Cutt(s) b. 8 Dec 1726 Kittery, York County, Maine, New England m. Anna Holyoke Nov 1762 d. 29 May 1801 Portsmouth, Rockingham County, New Hampshire CUTT: Richard & Eunice Cutt; Samuel their Son born December ye 8th 1726. [Kittery Family Records and Marriages Book 1 Vital Records of Kittery, Maine to the Year 1892; Maine Genealogical Society Special Publication No. 8; Picton Press, Camden, Maine (1991) pg. 40] Anna: b. Parents: Edward Holyoke (tenth president of Harvard College for thirty-two years)


Anna Holyoke Cutts b. abt 1768 d. 28 Aug 1788 (age 20 yrs) bur. Old North Cemetery (Old North Burying Ground), Portsmouth, New Hampshire [The Old North Cemetery is on Maplewood Avenue in Portsmouth next to the train yard and across from the Portsmouth Herald building. It was established in 1753 on land purchased from John Hart and is the second oldest burying ground in the city. Anna Holyoke Cutts. 2d daughr. of Samuel Cutts Esq.r he cherfully refin'd her Soul to God who gave it 28th. of Augt 1788 t. 20. With Life connected as in death refin'd To sea's congenial flow the anppoted mind, ??ending ??? bait'd her to that hore, ??? ??? dut winter ?ouds the mind no more, ???????????????? [A Very Grave Matter- {Gravemarker Photo}]

Dave Petrie

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