Re: Emma Adelia Cutten of Parrsboro

David,

Found the item to be very interesting; thank you. Joseph Cutten, the brother, I believe he was an actor if it is the same person I recall seeing at the Ship's Company. The age factor troubles me so maybe the actor is another family member.....bliss

----- Original Message -----
From: David Winter
To: nscumber
Sent: Tuesday, December 30, 2008 9:14 AM
Subject: [SPAM][nscumber] Emma Adelia Cutten of Parrsboro


Interesting is the origin of St. Brigid's Glebe, Parrsboro from the obit
below.

Dave
=====================
ATKINSON MARTIN G 24 S PARRSBORO FORT LAWRENCE JOHN G ELIZABETH
21 Oct 1884 Cumberland County, N.S.
CUTTEN EMMA A 25 S PARRSBORO GREAT VILLAGE JOHN R MARTHA 625
=====================
1871 Census;
3920 MILL VILLAGE A 59 CUTTEN JOHN 34 M
3920 MILL VILLAGE A 59 CUTTEN MARTHA 33 M
3920 MILL VILLAGE A 59 CUTTEN EMMA ADELIA 12
3920 MILL VILLAGE A 59 CUTTEN SARAH IDA 9
3920 MILL VILLAGE A 59 CUTTEN JULIA ELIZABETH 6
3920 MILL VILLAGE A 59 CUTTEN FRANK EDWARD 4

1881 Census;
7102 MILL VILLAGE B 102 CUTTEN JOHN 45 M
7102 MILL VILLAGE B 102 CUTTEN MARTHA 43 M
7102 MILL VILLAGE B 102 CUTTEN EMMA 20
7102 MILL VILLAGE B 102 CUTTEN IDA 19
7102 MILL VILLAGE B 102 CUTTEN JULIA 15
7102 MILL VILLAGE B 102 CUTTEN JOSEPH 3
7102 MILL VILLAGE B 102 CUTTEN ALBERT 0 B. NOV 1880

1891 Census;
3610 PARRSBORO A 210 ATKINSON N 30 M
3610 PARRSBORO A 210 ATKINSON EMMA 31 M
3610 PARRSBORO A 210 ATKINSON JOHN 2
3610 PARRSBORO A 210 ATKINSON WALTER 0 2 MONTHS
===========
Parrsboro Record, Tuesday, April 5, 1949, pg. #1; Reel #2866, NSARM,
Halifax, N.S.
OBITUARY: Mrs. M.G. Atkinson
Word has been received by J.H. Cutten of the death of his sister, Mrs. Emma
Atkinson, widow of the late Dr. M.G. Atkinson, which occurred at Watertown,
New York on March 31st. Mrs. Atkinson was the eldest of the ten children of
the late John and Martha (Teed) Cutten, pioneer settlers of Parrsboro.
Following her marriage to Dr. Atkinson, she resided in Parrsboro where her
husband practiced his profession. He built as their home, the house which is
now St. Brigid's Church Rectory, on Main Street. In 1902, they took up their
residence in the United States. Surviving ate two sons, Dr. John Atkinson
and Dr. Walter Atkinson, both of Watertown, N.Y. Also, one sister, Mrs.
Mabel Cuthbent of Columbus, Ohio, and one brother, Joseph H. Cutten of
Parrsboro. Interment was made at Watertown.

Source: Dave Winter, 30 Dec 2008
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++





[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]