Thomas Cutts was enlisted, "May 3, and commissioned First Lieutenant, May 19, 1775, of Capt. T. Fernald's company, in the Thirtieth Foot Regiment, of the United Colonies, and served around Boston, until Dec. 31, 1775, when he was honorably discharged ; this regiment covered the retreat of the American army after the battle of Bunker Hill, June 17, 1775. He also was Captain of a company in Major D. Littlefield's battalion, in the Penobscot expedition; served from July 10, 1779, to Sept. 10, 1779, taking part in the fights with the British troops near Castine.
Was a private in the Blue Troop of Horse, York County militia, in 1757. He was commissioned Captain, Nov. 27, 1779, of the Fifth Company, of Kittery militia.
He was born, Nov. 23, 1732, at Kittery, son of Thomas and Dorcas (Hammond) Cutts. Married Elizabeth Donnel in 1758 or 1759, and they had several children (a son Thomas, also a Revolu- tionary soldier), lived in eastern part of Kittery, a farmer. Died at Kittery, Nov. 29, 1800."
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