Rebecca Cutter, believed to be the daughter of Richard and Mary Anne Pike Cutter.
Rebecca was born in Cambridge, Middlesex, Ma. on 20 April 1709. She descended from Samuel and Elizabeth Cutter of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne England, through their son Richard and Elizabeth Williams Cutter of Cambridge Ma through William and Rebecca Rolfe Cutter and to their son Richard.
I am not sure when and how the Cutter’s came to American, but by the dates that I have found I am guessing they were with some of the first settlers of Boston or surrounding areas.
Rebecca Cutter is my 6th Half Great Aunt ( hoping that is the correct way to name her)
Julia Katherine McCartney  is the Half 6th Great-GrandNiece of Rebecca Cutter 
Common Ancestor Richard Cutter
Major Richard Cutter(1682-1756)Mary Ann Pike
Married 20 Aug 1706 
Major Richard Cutter(1682-1756)Mercy Kelsey
Rebecca Cutter(1709-1792)Married William Frazee
Ephraim CuttermarriedSusan Burwell
Ezekiel Cutter(1805-1877)Married 10 Jun 1830
Samuel J. Cutter(1833-1902)Married 13 Nov 1860
Harry M. Cutter(1862-1955)Married 25 Oct 1883
Sarah Jane Starrett
Christina S. Cutter(1889-1958)Married 4 Jul 1908
Arthur Cellus McCartney
Willard Warren McCartney(1910-1996)Married 2 Nov 1935
Thomas Terry was my sixth great-grandfather, if I counted on my fingers right. Miss Mary Littell was his first wife.
The marriage took place on 2 December 1766, Westfield, Union Co., New Jersey. There was only one child of record or that has been found for this couple. Mary Littell Terry. Sadly this marriage was not long-lived, we find a death date for Mary Terry on the 21 January 1768 in Westfield, Union Co., New Jersey. I don’t have a cause of death but I do wonder if it was in childbirth.
My sixth great-grandmother was Thomas’ third wife Ann (Nancy) Shaw.
The branch that William Sterling sets on in my tree is an Uncle. He is the brother of my 3rd great grand-mother Sarah Sterling Starrett wife of Charles B. Starrett of MD.
William was born I believe in Ohio and more specifically Prairie Township Holmes Co. Ohio as we find his father there in 1850, of course that is not conclusive enough to say beyond a doubt, just too many years between birth and this census. I will need to find the earlier censuses and confirm this. His father was from Westmoreland County, PA so that is another direction to look.
I believe as an adult William lived with his wife Katy/Kate in Cleveland, Whitley Co., Indiana, for I find a gentleman with the name of William Sterling born in 1822 in Ohio in both the 1860 and 188o census for the state of Indiana. In the 1880 census we find him with his wife and 3 of his children and possibly a grandchild. Flem. (short for Fleming ) age 24 Male, Hopkins age 21 Male, Cassius age 18 Male and Kittie Money age 5 female.
In the 1860 census we find him with a Mary aged 41 F. I am guessing this is a first wife as in the 1880 census Katy is younger and not older than William, or she may well be Mary Catherine, something I need to look into further and the age is incorrect and we know that just never happens when dealing with the ladies! Son James age 7, son Fleming age 4 and it looks like Wolkins age 1 ( I am thinking that is Hopkins).
There are still many questions that need answered and another road which to travel in this search for ancestors.
If you are part of this family I would really love to hear from you!
After checking some information, I am not sure if they are my grandparents or not. They are someones, so I will leave it here with out my lineage attached.
Adam Mott and Elizabeth Creel were married on the 28 of October 1616. The marriage took place in Essex, England. I believe that Adam and Elizabeth where Quakers and I have record of another marriage for Adam to a Mary Lott and that records stated the marriage took place at the Society of Friends in Newport RI.
I am not, at this, moment sure beyond a shadow of a doubt that Mary is a second wife, as I have found other records that say he married second to a Sarah Mott.
While I was tracing from me back to Adam and Elizabeth, I noticed that I had some merging that needed to be done. The merging is now done and I am hoping I did it right! Thank goodness for back ups!