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Kentucky: A History of the State, Battle, Perrin, & Kniffin, Volume I, 5th ed., 1887
HON. GOERGE N. CUTCHIN, present member of the State legislature from Calloway County, of which he is a native, was born in 1851. His father, William H. Cutchin, was born in North Carolina, removing to Calloway County, Ky., in early life, where he engaged in general farming, with which he combined the honored and laborious work of pioneer school teacher. He died in this county in 1869. Catherine L. (Martin) Cutchin who is still a resident of Calloway County, Ky., is the mother of our subject. She was born in Kentucky, and is a grand-daughter of Gen. William Green of Revolutionary fame. George N. Cutchin is the fifth of a family of nine children born to these parents, and was reared on the farm, to which industry he still devotes his attention. He received the benefits of his father’s teaching, supplemented by a course of study in the Murray Institute, obtaining thereby a good English education. In August, 1883, he was elected by the people of Calloway County to represent them in the lower house of the State legislature, a position which he now occupies with acceptance. In 1879 he married Miss Sallie B., daughter of Joel H. and Mary Curd, and to them have been born three children: Tommie, Ethel G. and Carlisle Cutchin.