With his first wife Margaret Cuttle (1797-1817) three children appear on church records: Anne Cuttle b. 1813, George Cuttle b. 1816 and Mary Anne Cuttle b. Jun 1817. His wife, Margaret's burial was recorded soon after.
John then married Mary Purdue and baptised a large family in Estersnow from 1819-1838. Among their emigrating children were:
Jane Cuttle (born Oct. 1823 dau. of John) who married Benjamin C. Rea of Knockrush (born July 9, 1819 son of Adam Rea) on June 8th 1848. Later that month they emigrated to the U.S. arriving in New Orleans in Aug., 1848, they finally settled in Morgan County, IL in 1849.
John Cuttle (1824-1886) of Ardkeena, Estersnow farmer, who married schoolmistress Anne Ekins of Lugnashammer, Killukin (dau. of William Ekins) on 25 March 1852 (witnesses by James Acheson & Thomas McClelland). John farmed at Ardkeenagh until 1877, when they migrated to New Zealand arriving at Port Chalmers (Dunedin) on 29 December.
CUTTLES OF KNOCKROE & ARDKEENAGH at ESTERSNOW
In the townland of Knockroe near Rushfield (civil parish of Estersnow) there is a field still known today as "Cuttles field". The small lane leading to Cuttle’s field is known as Cuttle's boreen. (SOURCE)
In 1858, at the time of Griffith's Valuation, the only farm recorded in the parish of Estersnow was that of John Cuttle & Anne Ekins (son of John Cuttle & Mary Purdue). "Cuttles Field" at #5a Knockroe, was a farm of 18 acres, just north of Cavetown Lough, on the boundary with Ardkeenagh.
George Cuttle (1760-1837) of Estersnow potentially had the following sons (naming their children after him)
Maurice Cuttle & Mary ? of Ardcarna (sic) aka Ardkeenagh baptised a George in 1804.
John Cuttle & Margaret ? (could be an error for Mary Purdue) baptised a George in 1816
George Cuttle & Eleanor ? of Ardkean (sic) aka Ardkeenagh baptised a George in 1822 and again 1823
There are no Cuttles on the 1841 Tithe Records records for Ardkeenagh or Knockroe.
A George Cuttle of Estersnow served in the Rifle Brigade 1827-1835 and was discharged at age 30.
Cuttle is not a particularly common name in Ireland. (See also the surname variants Cuttell, Cottill, Cotell, Cottle, and Cottlestown Co. Sligo).
In 1797 John Cuttle of the parish of Tibohine is the only flax-grower on record in Co. Roscommon. Presumably the forefather of Michael Cuttle of Tully or of Main St Cloonshanville
In 1858, the only Cuttle cluster was near the village of Croghan (just south of Boyle, Co. Roscommon) in the parish; of Eastersnow; (later, between 1864 and 1913, the greatest cluster of births was in Castlerea).
George Cuttle (1760-1837) of Estersnow died on 10 Dec 1837
See also Anne Cuttle (1780-1817)
The Cuttles of Boyle were also members of the Church of Ireland.
John Cuttle b. June 1806 was born in Boyle
John Cuttle of Lugnamuddagh aka Cashelfinogue BOYLE appears on Tithe Records in 1833.
Jones Cuttle of The Green BOYLE (fl. 1858) was John Cuttle "of the Roscommon Staff" (source: Boyle Church of Ireland: Rev T Hackett; no DOB).
John Cuttles of Letfordspark, of Warren or Drum, and of Chapel Lane, Mocmoyne, appear on record in Griffiths Valuation of BOYLE in 1858.
|Date of Birth||1790 (circa)|
|Date of Death||1841|
|Associated Building (s)||Estersnow Cemetery|
|Mother (First Name/s and Maiden)|
|Father (First Name/s and Surname)||presumably George Cuttle (1760-1837) of Estersnow|
|Townland born||Probably Ardkeenagh|
|Place & Date of Baptism||Eastersnow Church of Ireland|
|Names of Siblings|
|Spouse (First Name/s and Maiden/Surname)||1. Margaret ? (1797-1817) 2. Mary Purdue|
|Place & Date of Marriage|
|Names of Children||John b. 1819, Edward (11 Sep 1820), Jane (23 Aug 1822), John Cuttle (31 Oct 1824), Thomas Cuttle (16 Apr 1827), William Purdue Cuttle (01 Jan 1829), Richard Cuttle (20 Apr 1834), Elizabeth (06 Jun 1836), Susanna (10 Aug 1838).|