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Capt Jonas Nutting

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Capt Jonas Nutting

Birth
Death
20 Jun 1873 (aged 67)
Burial
New Ipswich Center, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, USA
Plot
S16
Memorial ID
62877898 View Source


He remained in Ashburnham until 1837, when he removed to Smith Village and after the death of Isaac Appleton bought his property at the northern end of the village and there made his home until 1869. The Appleton house, however, after a few years he removed several rods down the hill to its
present position, and replaced it with the larger and more modern house now occupying the place. He was a farmer,and also did a very considerable business for those days in the manufacture of wooden chairs in connection with the sawmill
and gristmill also dependent upon the waterpower below the bridge. The home of his later years was in the Center Village,where he bought the house opposite the Barrett mansion, long occupied by Moody Adams. At the outbreak of the Civil War he became active in the enlistment of soldiers for the New Ipswich and Rindge company in the 6th New Hampshire Regiment. He had previously been a captain in the militia, and he was commissioned lieutenant in this company and, despite his age, did active service for some months.


Parents: Jonas Nutting and Mary Spaulding

Married:
#1 Lucy Sylvester Aug 29, 1828

Children: Laura M., Mary Louisa, John Chauncey, George P., Charles S., Henry William, Allen A., Augusta H.

#2 Sophia Hayden 1864


Source: The History of New Ipswich, N.H. 1735-1914, Charles Henry Chandler,page 532,533,534.


He remained in Ashburnham until 1837, when he removed to Smith Village and after the death of Isaac Appleton bought his property at the northern end of the village and there made his home until 1869. The Appleton house, however, after a few years he removed several rods down the hill to its
present position, and replaced it with the larger and more modern house now occupying the place. He was a farmer,and also did a very considerable business for those days in the manufacture of wooden chairs in connection with the sawmill
and gristmill also dependent upon the waterpower below the bridge. The home of his later years was in the Center Village,where he bought the house opposite the Barrett mansion, long occupied by Moody Adams. At the outbreak of the Civil War he became active in the enlistment of soldiers for the New Ipswich and Rindge company in the 6th New Hampshire Regiment. He had previously been a captain in the militia, and he was commissioned lieutenant in this company and, despite his age, did active service for some months.


Parents: Jonas Nutting and Mary Spaulding

Married:
#1 Lucy Sylvester Aug 29, 1828

Children: Laura M., Mary Louisa, John Chauncey, George P., Charles S., Henry William, Allen A., Augusta H.

#2 Sophia Hayden 1864


Source: The History of New Ipswich, N.H. 1735-1914, Charles Henry Chandler,page 532,533,534.

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Buried: June 20, 1873


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  • Created by: Donna J. Plamondon
  • Added: 13 Dec 2010
  • Find a Grave Memorial ID: 62877898
  • Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/62877898/jonas-nutting: accessed ), memorial page for Capt Jonas Nutting (11 May 1806–20 Jun 1873), Find a Grave Memorial ID 62877898, citing Smithville Cemetery, New Ipswich Center, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, USA; Maintained by Donna J. Plamondon (contributor 47342781) .