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Loyalist Directory: Thomas Cutler

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Surname : Cutler
Given name : Thomas
Rank : Ensign
Where Resettled : Port Mouton, Nova Scotia, then Chedabucto Bay, Nova Scotia
Status as Loyalist : Proven
Proof of Loyalty : Ward Chipman Papers, Muster Master General’s Office, Loyalist Musters, 1776 - 1785. Public Archives Canada (LAC) MG 23, D 1, Series 1, Volume 24, Pages 1-470, Pages 269 & 328, MFM C-9818
Notes (Expunged, Suspended, Reinstated) :  
Regiment : Governor Wentworth’s Volunteers, Orange Rangers
Enlistment Date :  
Date & Place of Birth : 11 November 1752 Boston, Massachusetts
Settled before war : Hatfield, Massachusetts
Date & Place of Death : 8 February 1837, Guysborough, Nova Scotia
Place of Burial : Anglican Cemetery, Guysborough, Nova Scotia
Wife Name : Elizabeth Goldsbury
Children : Robert Mollison Cutler, b. 9 October 1784
Harriet Elizabeth Cutler, b. 15 September 1787
Elizabeth Armstrong Cutler, b. 13 March 1790
Carolyn Priscilla Cutler, b. 13 February 1792
Maria Sophia Cutler, b. 25 September 1798
Biography : A short biography of Thomas Cutler.
Proven Descendants : 2006.08.07 Dorothy Meyerhof Sir Guy Carleton Branch
Military Info : He joined British forces at Boston when Revolutionary War broke out, first as Captain in Governor Wentworth’s Volunteeers. He rose to rank of Assistant Barracks Master in New York, and finally was commissioned Ensign in the Orange Rangers.
Loyalist Genealogy : Lineage from Thomas Cutler to Dorothy Meyerhof
Family History :  
Family Genealogy :  
Sources : This information has been contributed by Dorothy Meyerhof of Sir Guy Carleton Branch
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