Home, Pedigree, Surnames, Names, Relatives, Contact, Books, Resources
Twitter

arrow arrow
CUTTING, Jonas
(1790-1866)
ASHLEY, Susannah
ROWLEY, Erastus
(1784-1856)
ANNABLE, Mary
(1790-1878)
CUTTING, Hiram B.
(1831-1872)
ROWLEY, Mary Paulina
(1833-1910)
CUTTING, Arthur Newman
(1855-1912)

 

Family Links

Spouses/Children:
FAUCETT, Alice Adelia

CUTTING, Arthur Newman 1

  • Born: 12 Mar 1855, Shelburne, Chittenden, Vermont, United States 1
  • Marriage: FAUCETT, Alice Adelia on 4 Sep 1878 in , , Iowa, United States 1
  • Died: 2 Jun 1912, , Washington County, Oregon, United States aged 57 1
  • Buried: Tigard, Washington, Oregon, United States 1
picture

bullet  Facts and details for Arthur Newman Cutting:



He was buried at the Crescent Grove Cemetery in Tigard, Washington, Oregon, United States in 1912. 1

His obituary was published in 1912. It read as follows:

Arthur N. Cutting is a prominent agriculturist, residing on section 2 Dexter township, Coddington County {SD}. Mr. Cutting was born in Shelburne, Chittenden Co. VT, March 12, 1855, is a son of Hiram B. and Mary (Rowley) Cutting. His father was a Penn. Dutchman, and was born at Highgate, VT in 1827. His mother who was of English descent, was born in Shelburne in 1837. Our subject, who was second in a family of 8 children, removed to Fillmore Co. Minn. With his parents in 1866 and engaged in farming there. His father died in that county in 1871, and Arthur became the main support of the family at an early age (16 years). He managed the farm for some time and two years later purchased a farm in Winneshick Co. Iowa near Hesper. He left the family there and went by himself to Nevada as an employee of Baker Birenzell and Co., a freighting concern. His work consisted of driving one of the conveyances over a route from Winnamucca, Nevada to Silver City, Idaho. He continued this for five years and in 1877, he returned to Iowa. He added to his original purchase near Hesper and took to farming there. Three years later, in 1880, he removed to Dakota and pre-empted a homestead in Coddington Co., upon which he resided for six years. He then secured his present farm which is one of the finest in the township, comprising some 480 acres. The farm is finely improved and over 2/3 cultivated. Mr. Cutting is a Republican and is at present clerk of the school board. He has always been actively engaged in educational work and the welfare of locals schools and has done much work on behalf of the latter.
He is an ardent adovate for a high license and equal suffrage and in religion, a Quaker.

Sept. 4, 1878, Mr. Cutting was married in Iowa to Miss Alice Faucett, a daughter of John P. and Phoebe Faucett and a native of Hesper, Iowa where she was born June 17, 1859.
Mr. and Mrs. Cutting are parents of four children whose name and dates follow:
Mabel Pearl, Sept. 4, 1880
Clifford Granville, Aug. 5, 1882
Ward Arthur, Dec. 13, 1893
Harold Newman, April 24, 1896
(from Memorial and Biographical Record: An Illustrated Compendium of Biography, edited by George Alden Ogle, 1898) 1


picture

Arthur married Alice Adelia FAUCETT, daughter of John P. FAUCETT and Phoebe PAINTER, on 4 Sep 1878 in , , Iowa, United States.1 (Alice Adelia FAUCETT was born on 17 Jun 1859 in Hesper, Winneshiek, Iowa, United States,2 died on 11 Apr 1942 in , Washington County, Oregon, United States 2 and was buried on 14 Apr 1942 in Tigard, Washington, Oregon, United States 2.)


picture

Sources


1 "Find A Grave," database (www.findagrave.com : accessed 12 Oct 2015), Arthur Newman Cutting - Memorial# 93245038.

2 "Find A Grave," database (www.findagrave.com : accessed 12 Oct 2015), Alice Adelia Faucett Cutting - Memorial# 93244974.