Harmon Cutler, date unknown
Family Group Record
Born 16 July 1799 in Dover, Duchess, New York
Baptized 13 Nov 1852
Endowed 7 Feb 1846 EH
Sealed to parents 11 May 1960 LA
Married 19 Dec 1859 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, SS 21 Feb 1863 EH
Died 29 Jan 1869 in West Jordan, Salt Lake, Utah, buried at "Cutler Hill" Pioneer Cemetery, Midvale (pictures below)
Father: Samuel Cutler
Mother: Cordelia Youngs
WIFE Agnes McGregor
Born 13 Aug 1843 in Bonhill, Dunbrtn, Scotland
Endowed 21 Feb 1863 EH
Sealed to parents 24 Jan 1980 LG
Died 9 March 1904 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, buried at Sandy City Cemetery
Father: William McGregor
Mother: Ann Hossack
1. Elizabeth Ann Cutler
Born 22 Jun 1861 at West Jordan, Salt Lake, Utah
Baptized 19 Nov 1885 LG
Sealed to parents 8 Apr 1964 IF
Spouse Aaron Henry Williams, Married 28 Jun 1894 (sealed same) at Logan, Cache, Utah
Died 16 Jun 1914
2. William Cutler
(see information here)
3. Jane Susan Cutler
Born 21 Jan 1865 in West Jordan, Salt Lake, Utah
Baptized 30 Oct 1965
Endowed 30 Nov 1965 AL
4. Youngs Cutler
Born 10 Dec 1866 in West Jordan, Salt Lake, Utah
Baptized 3 Aug 1877
Endowed 16 Mar 1921
Spouse: Gertrude Richardson, Married 22 Feb 1899/1900
Died 11 Jan 1929, buried Sandy City Cemetery
Born 15 Oct 1868 in West Jordan, Salt Lake, Utah
Baptized 3 Aug 1877
Endowed 15 Jan 1904 SL
Died 9 Nov 1903, buried Sandy City Cemetery, Utah
Under Harmon's name: Obituary in Deseret Evening News, 3 Feb 1869, Vol: 2 Pg 2
In West jordan Ward, January 29, 1869 at 20 minutes to 8 o'clock pm, Elder Harmon Cutler [died] of disease of the bladder.
Br. Cutler was born July 16, 1799; was baptized by Elder James lakesley in the spring of 1830? in Amboy, Oswego County, New York; moved to Nauvoo in 1840; left Nauvoo for Pottawattamie Country, Iowa in 1846? where he resided near Council Bluffs until June 1852, when he crossed the plains acting as captain of the Twelfth Company of Saints. He arrived in this valley the latter part of September and has since resided the most (sic) of the time in West Jordan Ward where he acted for some time as President of the High Priests Quorum of that Branch of the Church.
Br. Cutler died in the 70th year of his age. He lived universally beloved and respected by his brethren; was true and faithful to the interests of his holy religion and to his brethren in all conditions of life. He died as he had lived, a faithful and true Latter Day Saint.
The funeral services took place at 3 o'clock pm on Sunday 31st, Bishop Archibald Gardner officiating and giving much valuable instruction. [note: Dates followed by a question mark were not very legible.]
Under Jane Susan Cutler: She apparently died as a child.
Under James Edwin Cutler: He apparently did not marry. He is buried next to his mother gnes in the Sandy City Cemetery, Utah.
Above are two views of Harmon Cutler's burial site, "Cutler Hill" Pioneer Cemetery in Midvale, Utah. There are no grave markers at the site.
Above are two views of Agnes McGregor's headstone in Sandy City Cemetery. The double headstone is shared with her son, James. What can be read of the headstone says: "In Memory of Agnes McGregor Cutler. Born in Bonhill, Scot. Aug 13, 1843. Died Mar. 9, 1904." There is what appears to be an epitaph below, but it is too badly worn to read.