Above stone is for my ancestor, Manasseh Cutler
Born: May 13, 1742, Killingly, Windham Co., Connecticut
Died: July 28, 1823, Hamilton, Essex Co.,
I wrote about him in January 2010, my post was titled, "Manasseh Cutler is probably the most accomplished of all my ancestors." My last paragraph stated, "He died in his eight-second year having been a botanist, lawyer, parson, doctor, school teacher, merchant, chaplain in the Army and a legislator!"
Hamilton Cemetery in Hamilton, Massachusetts
Database to search for names is maintained by the town.
Additional photos from previous blog post.
FindAGrave site is also available.
There are two crosses of war veterans. Another one is opposite the above one, across the road. I requested the names of the soldiers, and if I get them, I will post here.Rev. Cutler was the pastor of Hamilton Congregational Church for 52 years.
The beautiful yellow house is next to the church and is where he lived.
(No relationship to me.)
Aug. 19, 1824 --- Nov. 8, 1875
HANNAH M. WHIPPLE
Apr. 9, 1829 --- Oct. 28, 1913