SOLDIERS

IN

KING PHILIP'S WAR

 Chapter 20, Part VII

Credited under Capt. John Jacob, of Hingham.1

March 24th 1675-6

Nathaniel Beales

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09

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April 24th 1675

William Williams

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05

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James Taylor

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04

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June 24th 1676

Thomas Davis

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09

05

William Field

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12

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Benjamin Bignall

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09

02

John Battle

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12

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Jeremiah Fisher

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12

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Benjamin Wight

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12

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Ephraim Wilson

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12

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John Thurston

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12

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Nathaniel Farrington

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12

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Edward Segwell

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12

00

John Gray

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12

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John Cuckow

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04

02

John Herring

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05

00

John Richardson

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07

08

Alexander Mecanny

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16

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John Nowell

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09

02

Humphrey Richards

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12

00

John Sibly

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17

04

July 24th 1676

John Taylor

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16

09

Ebenezer Inglesby

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10

02

William Bodkin

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10

02

August 24th 1676

Elisha Foster

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10

02

Anthony Hancock

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10

02

Edward Blancher

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10

02

John Howen

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10

03

John Plumb

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10

02

Samuel Paule

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15

02

David Fawkner

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10

02

John Wells, Jr.

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10

02

Henry Bowen

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15

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John Jacobs

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17

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William Paine

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10

02

Thomas Hoppin

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18

02

Gilbert Endicott

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10

02

Joseph Swady

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10

02

September 23d 1676

Isaac Jones

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10

02

CAPT. JOHN CUTLER AND HIS MEN

Capt. John Cutler was the son of Robert (of Charlestown in 1637, freeman 1638) and Rebecca his wife. John was probably born in England about 1628. He married, first, Anna Woodmansey, daughter of Robert and Anna. She died August 20, 1683, in her 57th year, and he married, second, Mehitable Hilton, October 29, 1684. She died September 29, 1711, having survived the captain, who died September 12th, 1694, in his 66th year. His children, all by his first wife, were -- John; Timothy; Sarah, born October 20, 1655, married Eleazer Phillips, 1695-6; Samuel, born March 6, 1658; Hannah, married Daniel Willard, 1683; Robert, born November 15, 1663, died in Barbadoes August 30, 1683; Rebecca, born November 5, 1666, married Josiah Bennett; Mary, born November 20, 1669, died 1703.

Capt. Cutler was engaged during the war, on various occasions, in conducting supply trains to the garrisons, and at the time of Capt. Wadsworth's destruction at Sudbury, April 21, 1676, narrowly escaped being cut off with his company returning from Marlborough. He was in command of a company under Capt. Henchman the next month at Hassanamesit. (1 See also credits of March and April, 1676, under Capt. Johnson.)

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