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Re: Dr. Henry & Cordelia Love Vaughan Va
Posted by: Doris Dickerson (ID *****1314) Date: February 09, 2011 at 17:03:26
In Reply to: Re: Dr. Henry & Cordelia Love Vaughan Va by Judy Artley of 1986

Hi Judy, am pasting some I have- might help in some way.


The Cutlers were from Boston Mass-
The names seem to have been well known there.

The Rev Dr. Timothy Cutler, who died in 1765, was President of Yale and Rector of Christ [the Old North] Church Boston.

Dr. William Cutler, the first of the name in Virginia came from Boston and settled in Dinwiddie County, Virginia. A memorial breast pin of him and his second wife, which descended to Mrs. John W. Galusha says, “Dr. William Cutler died May 11, 1836 aged 70 years – his funeral was held by the Rector of Bath Parish June 26, 1836 [Parish Registration]. His will dated Dec 9, 1833 and Recorded in Dinwiddie July 18, 1836 – In his will he leaves Wm H Brodnax in trust for his daughter, Maria Love and her children due the death of his son-in-law Theodoric Love. He also mentions his children John H. Cutler, and Susan G. Mason.
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II Maria Cutler m Theodoric Love [from SC]

1. Sallie Virginia Love m Dr. Richard E. Farrar
2. Margaret Love
3. Cordelia Love m Dr. Henry Vaughan
4. Nannie Love m Matthew Dance
5. Louise Love
6. Caroline N. Love
  Estate of Josephine M. Vaughan, deceased, instrument of writing purporting to be her last will and testament proved on the testimony of O. L. Williams and R. G. Williams, subscribing witnesses thereto, and the same is adjudged to be the last will and testament of said Mrs. Josephine M. Vaughan, and it, together with the proof there of, is ordered of record. W. L. Vaughan is appointed executor without bond, as therein directed. W. H. Middleton, F. N. Oliver and E. G. Patton are appointed appraisers.
- February 23, 1892, Dallas Daily Times Herald, p. 1, col. 3.
ps They owned many properties in Oak Cliff- but I have not been able to trace them. Have wondered if donated to the schools or YWCA. Thanks, Doris

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