1684 – Born in Charlestown, Massachusetts on the 31st of May.
1710 – On the 21st of March, he married Elizabeth, daughter of Rev. Samuel Andrew of Milford, Connecticut, then acting rector of Yale College.
1718 – He served his parish acceptably until March 19th when, conditions at Yale College calling imperatively for a resident rector, he undertook that office at the request of the trustees, his appointment being formally approved in September.
1722 – The new rectorship opened auspiciously and an era of prosperity seemed at hand when, on the 13th of September, the rector, with Tutor Daniel Browne and several Congregational clergymen, met with the trustees, declared themselves doubtful of the validity of their ordination, and asked advice with regard to entering the Church of England.
1723 – He was ordained by the Bishop of Norwich in March, and received the degree of D.D. from both Oxford University and Cambridge University, Cutler became rector of the newly formed Christ Church, Boston.
1765 – Died on the 17th of August.