Henry Stephen Cutler
CUTLER, Henry Stephen. b. Boston, Massachusetts, 13 October 1825; d. Swampscott, Massachusetts, 5 December 1902. Cutler was an organist, choirmaster, and composer, known especially for his hymn tune, ALL SAINTS (also called ALL SAINTS NEW). The place of Cutler’s death is sometimes given as Boston; however, he died at home in Swampscott, about 12 miles north of the city. Cutler’s parents were Roland Cutler (1798-1873) and Martha Richardson Cutler (1803-?) (see Josiah Adams, The Genealogy of the Descendants of Richard Haven, of Lynn (Boston: 1843, 1849, p. 36)). Cutler married Ellen McNoah of Troy, New York, in June 1883 (Daily Evening Item, Lynn, Massachusetts, 6 December 1902, p. 2,...
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