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ROWLEY, Aaron
(1764-1827)
HAWLEY, Sarah
(1755-1813)
ANNABLE, John, Sgt.
(1751-1814)
PRESCOD, Ann
(1766-1799)
ROWLEY, Erastus
(1784-1856)
ANNABLE, Mary
(1790-1878)

ROWLEY, Mary Paulina
(1833-1910)

 

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CUTTING, Hiram B.

ROWLEY, Mary Paulina 1

  • Born: 22 May 1833, Shelburne, Chittenden, Vermont, United States 1
  • Marriage: CUTTING, Hiram B. on 19 Oct 1851 in Highgate Center, Franklin, Vermont, United States 1
  • Died: 1 Jul 1910, Waubay, Day, South Dakota, United States aged 77 1
  • Buried: 2 Jul 1910, Waubay, Day, South Dakota, United States 1
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She was buried at the Lakewood Cemetery in Waubay, Day, South Dakota, United States on 2 Jul 1910. 1

Her obituary was published in the Waubay Clipper on 7 Jul 1910. It read as follows:

Died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. A. W. Butler, Friday, July 1, 1910, Mrs. Mary Rowley Cutting.
Mary Rowley was born in Shelburn [sic], Vermont, May 22, 1833, and was married to Hiram Cutting at Shelburn in 1851. In 1866 she moved with her husband to Newberg, Minn., and remained there until 1870 when her husband died. She came with her family to Dakota in 1882, and in 1902 came to Waubay where she has since lived with her daughter, Mrs. Butler.
The funeral service was held at the home Saturday afternoon, conducted by Rev. D. B. Waller of the Free Methodist church, and the remains were laid to rest in the Lakewood cemetery.
Mrs. Cutting was a woman of domestic virtue, Christian character and was a member of the Methodist Episcopal church. She was also a soldier's widow, her husband, Hiram Cutting, being a member of Co. A, 2d Reg., Minn, V.I, She was held in the highest esteem by all who knew her, and the large number of friends that followed her remains to their last resting place show the respect with which she was held.
Mrs. Cutting was the mother of eight children, six of whom survive her. They are: Kate Cutting Carey of Dexter, S.D.; Clara Cutting Young and Arthur Cutting of Portland, Ore.; George Cutting of Stockton,, Calif.; and Frank Cutting and Jesse Cutting Butler of Waubay, S.D. She also leaves behind a blind sister, Miss Katherine Rowley, who has lived with her from childhood, and who is still at the home of Mrs. Butler. The bereaved ones have the sympathy of all in their sorrow. 1


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Mary married Hiram B. CUTTING, son of Jonas CUTTING and Susannah ASHLEY, on 19 Oct 1851 in Highgate Center, Franklin, Vermont, United States.1 (Hiram B. CUTTING was born on 14 Feb 1831 in Highgate Center, Franklin, Vermont, United States,2 died on 26 Jan 1872 in Newburg, Fillmore, Minnesota, United States 2 and was buried in 1872 in Hesper, Winneshiek, Iowa, United States 2.)


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1 "Find A Grave," database (www.findagrave.com : accessed 7 Oct 2015), Mary Paulina Rowley Cutting - Memorial# 77378635.

2 "Find A Grave," database (www.findagrave.com : accessed 8 Oct 2015), Hiram B. Cutting - Memorial# 21302339.