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Lieut. Col. Madison Cutts: argument submitted to the Committee on Military Affairs, House of Representatives, Fifty-second Congress, Ap by James. James Madison Cutts, born on Cutts Island, near Saco, Maine, 29 July ; died in Washington, D.C., 11 May He was educated in Washington, and was destined for the bar, but the war of swept away much of his father's property and young Cutts, then a student in William Wirt's office, was compelled to give up.
Born in 12 Nov and died in 14 Jun Boyce, Louisiana James Madison “J.M.” Cutts. Her father, James Madison Cutts, was the namesake of his uncle, President James Madison. As the grand-niece of Dolley Madison, Adele had grown up in the same household with the president’s widow when Dolley was the doyenne of Washington society.
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