My sisters and I began working on the Cutler family several years ago. Our Grandmother was Juanita Cutler daughter of Benjamin Cutler son of Clinton Cutler. We have enjoyed working on this and going to Carthage Illinois for information. It is exciting to find that one piece of information that was missing.
Cutler children The people who posted the pages for their children will need to link them up. Either that or you can ask findagrave.org to do it. There isn't a link to add children to the parent's pages.
Cutlers in Holland NY Hi JJ I am working on the Cutler family in Holland, NY. Albert & his wife Permilla were originally from that area (I live about 40 minutes away and have visited there many times).
Albert and Permilla had twins Lagrand and Laroy (a girl and a boy) who died in July of 1866 (they were 8)from smallpox. I believe Albert and Permilla as well as Albert's Father, Jonas left for Illinois shortly after the death of the children.
The twins are buried in Holland Cemetery (where many of the Cutler family members are). I have requested a link to their parents from the memorial's creator, Phyllis Meyer.
Albert's grandfather, Caleb Cutler (one of the original settlers of Holland, NY) is buried in Humphrey Cemetery, one of the original burying grounds for the residents of Holland.
Caleb & Ede Parkhurst Cutler and their children came to Holland in 1816. "with a yoke of cattle, one horse and three cows; they brought their pans and churn and made butter on the way; they were 22 days making the journey".
You probably have this info, but in case you do not, I wanted to share it with you! Hopefully Phyllis will link the twins to their parents in Illinois.
Lester Gohr Hi! In regards to your photo request, can you please call the cemetery and obtain the grave location (Section & Lot numbers) and ask them whether or not there is a grave marker? Please post this information to the memorial or send it to me.
Forest Home Cemetery: 708-366-1900 or 773-287-0772
Forest Home is a huge cemetery with well over 70,000 burials, and the information is needed in order to find someone there and take a photo of a grave. I go here regularly, and just since August I have found over 200 graves at Forest Home that had the location information provided. Thank you! Ace
I was elated to see you've been grave hopping lately. You are a true angel to share all of these photos. I haven't been able to make it to Carthage yet and I'm so happy to have photos of my directs which you so graciously took.
How does your line run? I'd be interested in sharing all the info I have with you. I've even managed to round up some photos. Do you have a tree on ancestry?
I have a tree on ancestry.com and I think you've been to it. I get quite a few visitors (which I love) and I can't always remember who came through. I do a lot of sharing myself.
Thanks again......I can't wait to start working on my family history again tomorrow! Woot!!
Albert Cutler Albert Cutler is my 3rd Great Grandfather. When I saw the picture of the reset headstone my heart went out to you and your hard work. Thank you so very much.
My line goes: Albert, Delos, Neta. I've got a tree on ancestry.com and have done quite a bit on the Cutlers throughout the years. I've always got more work to do. If anyone out there has photos they'd like to share on any of our Cutlers, I'd be tickled. I have some on my tree and of course, anyone is welcome to them.
I'd like to copy the headstone photo and any other info/photos you have on findagrave. Would that be okay?
Cutler family I am so happy to see the pictures of my grandfather's family. Edgar Dwight Cutler was the son of Dwight Clinton Cutler and Elizabeth Cutler. It is interesting to see how many people are connected through the first Cutler who came to Mass. in 1635.
Hester Jane Filson Culter I wanted to let you know that I found the obituary for Hester Jane Filson Cutler today, and you may now find it on our Niobrara County Library website, www.niobraracountylibrary.org
Alice & Atwood Cutler According to the cemetery office at Glen Abbey, Alice is buried in the same lot as Atwood (Block 3, Section 37, Lot 3) but the gravestone lists only Atwood. I have posted a "view shot" for Alice, which I hope helps you.
I have seen other graves at Glen Abbey which have two gravestones on one grave, presumably for shared lots. You could probably have this done for Alice if you consulted with the cemetery.