Mr. W. B. Hollister here getting out the foundation stones for Father's monument.
Maggie Voris was Lizzie Cutler's 26 year old sister.
William would be going to Tunnel Station regarding RailRoad business.
Mrs. Terril often came to help with housework.
Julia Cutler's father, Ephraim Cutler, was born 13 April 1767 and died 8 July 1853. He is buried in the Riverview Cemetery (also known as Gravel Bank Cemetery) near where he lived in Warren Township, Ohio.
SON OF MANASSEH CUTLER, L. L. D. BORN IN EDGARTON MASS APRIL 13 1767 HE EMIGRATED TO THE TERRITORY NORTHWEST OF THE OHIO 1795 WAS APPOINTED JUDGE OF THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS AND OF THE QUARTER SESSIONS 1797 WAS A MEMBER OF THE TERRITORIAL LEGISLATURE 1801 AND OF THE CONVENTION WHICH FORMED THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF OHIO 1802 HE DIED JULY 8 1853 AGED 86 YEARS
|Here we are, standing in front of Ephraim Cutler's monument in 2011|