Cutler, Charles A.
Age: 26, credited to Brookline, VT
Unit(s): 8th VT INF, 70th USCI
Service: enl 1/13/62, m/i 2/18/62, Pvt, Co. H, 8th VT INF, dis/dsb 7/17/63; also 2LT, 70th US CLRD INF; m/o 3/66
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Birth: 01/11/1836, Townshend, VT
Burial: Riverside Cemetery, Brookline, VT
Marker/Plot: Not recorded
Gravestone researcher/photographer: Bob Edwards
Findagrave Memorial #: 144022382
Alias?: None noted
Portrait?: USAHEC off-site
College?: Not Found
Veterans Home?: Not Found
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Riverside Cemetery, Brookline, VT
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The death of Charles Cutler took place at his home here March 8, after an illness with pneumonia. Mr. Cutler was born and lived in Brookline until within two years, when he sold his farm to his youngest son, and came here to live.
Mr. Cutler was a prominent man in Brookline, having represented the town in the legislature, and held many important offices. Mr. Cutler is survived by a widow, two sons, and a daughter.
The funeral will be held Sunday afternoon in the Baptist Church at 2 o'clock, the Grand Army men acting as bearers. The resident members of the Post attended in a body. Fred Merifield, of Grafton, sang.
Brookline: In the death of Charles A. Cutler of Townshend the Baptist Church here lost one of its staunch supporters. Mr. Cutler was for 25 years a member of the Brookline Church. He was a resident here for many years, but moved to Townshend about two years ago. He has always kept his interest in the little church here, and has borne his share of financial burdens. Two of our strong supporters have let within a year, J. B. Stebbins, and C. A. Cutler. Who will take the place of those who have passed away is a serious question for our little church. Mrs. Cutler and family have the sympathy of all their Brookline friends in their great affliction.
Source: Vermont Phoenix, March 16, 1900
Courtesy of Deanna French