William James & Emma Poltice (Staves) Aucutt/Ancutt

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Wagon maker, William J. Aucutt/Ancutt was born in 1828 in New York State.  He fought as a private with Co. C. of the 32nd WI Infantry during the Civil War.  He married Emma Poltice, the daughter of John and Mary Ann (Poltice) Staves on February 17, 1855.  She was born May 16, 1838 and following her death, February 2, 1895, she was laid to rest in the East Thorp Village Cemetery, Clark Co., Wisconsin.  Their son, Harry Derwood Aucutt, was born February 8, 1868.  He married Alice Maude, the daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth (Dobeer) Steele, September 16, 1894.  She was born July 7, 1873-1875.  Both Alice and Harry are buried in the East Thorp Village Cemetery.

  • Myrtle M. Ancutt was born September 6, 1889, (Vol. 30,  #2830).

  • BioM: Aucutt, Beth (1918)

  • BioM: Aucutt, Lena (1894)

  • BioM: Aucutt, Myrtle (1920)

  • BioM: Aucutt, Pearl (1928)

  • Thorp Village Cemetery Records

  • Thorp Area Civil War Veterans

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    1880 Federal Census--Seymour, Outagamie, Wisconsin
    Name Relation Marital

    Sex

    Color

    Birth Year

    Birthplace

    Occupation

    Father Born Mother Born
    James Aucutt Head Married Male White 52-1828 New York Wagon Maker England New York
    Emma Aucutt Wife Married Female White 42-1838 England Keeping House England England
    Charles Aucutt Son Single Male White 21-1859 Wisconsin Stave Factory Worker New York England
    Eugene Aucutt Son Single Male White 19-1861 Wisconsin Carpenter New York England
    William Aucutt Son Single Male White 15-1865 Wisconsin Spoke Factory Worker New York England
    Harry Aucutt Son Single Male White 12-1868 Wisconsin Student New York England
    Lena Aucutt Daughter Single Female White 12-1868 Wisconsin At Home New York England
    Fred W. Aucutt Son Single Male White 4-1876 Wisconsin   New York England
    Emmit Aucutt Son Single Male White 11/12-1879 Wisconsin   New York England

     

     

     

     


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