Friday, October 28, 2016

Jacob Cutler of Manchester, Connecticut. War of 1812 Veteran.




Gravestone of Jacob Cutler
East Cemetery, Manchester, Connecticut
War of 1812 Veteran


My ancestral grandfather Jacob Cutler served as a private in Captain Newhall Taintor’s company, First Regiment (Brainerd’s) Connecticut Militia during the War of 1812.  He was on duty in New London, Connecticut (Fort Trumbull) from 18 August 1814 to 27 October 1814.[1]

He married Demis Johnson, the daughter of Joseph Johnson, and the great grandaughter of "The Lost Trumbull," Joseph Trumble, Jr. of Lebanon, Connecticut.

For more on Jacob Cutler, see The Lost Trumbull, seventh generation.



1Record of Connecticut Men who served in the Regular Army and Militia in the War of 1812, 42; National Archives Veterans Records, War of 1812 Company Muster Rolls, file 343; William E. Buckley, A New England Pattern: the History of Manchester, Connecticut (Chester, Conn.: Pequot Press, 1973), 358.






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