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Nathan Cutler
Nathan Cutler c1850.png
Cutler circa 1850
7th Governor of Maine
In office
October 8, 1829 – January 6, 1830
Preceded byEnoch Lincoln
Succeeded byJoshua Hall
President of the
Maine Senate
In office
Preceded byRobert P. Dunlap
Succeeded byJoshua Hall
Member of the
Maine Senate
Member of the
Maine House of Representatives
In office
Personal details
Born(1775-05-29)May 29, 1775
Lexington, Province of Massachusetts Bay, British America
DiedJune 8, 1861(1861-06-08) (aged 86)
Warren, Massachusetts, U.S.
Political partyDemocratic
Alma materDartmouth College, 1798

Nathan Cutler (May 29, 1775 – June 8, 1861) was an American politician in Massachusetts and Maine.[1] He was a Democrat.[2]

Cutler graduated from Dartmouth College in 1798, and was preceptor at Middlebury Academy for one year thereafter. He then studied law with Judge Chipman of Vermont and later in Worcester, Massachusetts where he was admitted to the bar in 1801. For a time he practised in his native town before moving to Farmington, Maine in 1803 where he lived for the rest of his life.[2] In 1812, he was appointed Judge of the Court of Common Pleas but declined to accept the office. He was several times a member of the Legislature of Massachusetts before the separation of the District of Maine. He was a delegate to the Maine Constitutional Convention in 1819 that framed the Constitution of the State of Maine, and subsequently became active in public life and politics in Maine. He was many times a member of the Legislature of Maine. In 1828, he was elected to the Maine Senate, and served as Senate president. When Governor Enoch Lincoln died on October 8, 1829, Cutler was sworn in as the seventh Governor, serving until the expiration of his Senate term on January 6, 1830. Cutler was a presidential elector in 1832, and served in the Maine House of Representatives in 1844.

He was one of the incorporators of Farmington Academy and during his lifetime president of the board of trustees. He was deeply interested in classical studies, of which he was a lifelong student.[2]

He married Hannah Moore of Warren, Massachusetts on September 10, 1804. They had nine children of whom seven survived to adulthood. Hannah died in 1835. He married Harriet Weld née Easterbrooks of Brunswick, Maine in 1856.[2]

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  1. ^ Cutter, William Richard (December 6, 1919). "American Biography: A New Cyclopedia". Pub. under the direction of the American historical society – via Google Books.
  2. ^ a b c d American Biography p 190 (1919) The American Historical Society, New York

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Political offices
Preceded by
Enoch Lincoln
Governor of Maine
Succeeded by
Joshua Hall
Preceded by
Robert P. Dunlap
President of the Maine Senate
Succeeded by
Joshua Hall

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