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Cutler, Timothy

(1684–1765) Protestant clergyman; born in Charlestown, Mass. He graduated from Harvard at age 17 and was ordained a pastor in the Congregational Church of Stratford, Conn., in 1710. Appointed rector of Yale in 1719, he was forced to resign three years later when he converted to the Church of England. In 1723 he became rector of Christ Church, Boston, where he remained to the end of his life.
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Three other people arrested at the weekend - Indigo Rumbelow, 24, of Swansea; Marta Gumkowski, 31, of Newcastle and Timothy Cutler, 24, of Bury St Edmonds - pleaded not guilty and were bailed to return to court on June 12.
Three other people arrested - Indigo Rumbelow, 24, of Swansea; Marta Gumkowski, 31, of Newcastle; and Timothy Cutler, 24, of Bury St Edmunds - pleaded not guilty and were bailed to return to court on June 12.
Camera (Technicolor), Masterson; editors, Marc Laub, Peter Barstis; music, Todd Park Mohr, Timothy Cutler; music supervisor, Sweet; production designer, Karen Weber.
Timothy Cutler and Josephine Komarmi have been named business managers for Shuman Plastics, Inc., Depew, N.Y.