CUTLER, John, of Huntingdon.
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Family and Education
Cutler was evidently an associate of Richard Prentice*, with whom he was sued for debt at some point before March 1404 by Sir John Howard*. It was then that they secured a writ of supersedeas, one of their mainpernors being John Hawkin*. When Prentice was elected by the burgesses of Huntingdon to the Gloucester Parliament of 1407, Cutler offered sureties on his behalf.1
Ref Volumes: 1386-1421
Author: E.M. Wade
- 1. CCR, 1402-5, p. 319; C219/10/4.