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Laura Alice Cutrell Fiveash and Silas Ewin Cutrell (siblings) moved to La Junta, Colorado circa 1900 and both are buried
there in the Fairview Cemetery. Silas got a job hauling sand from a pit near his house with a wagon and mule. When
they got motor carts to haul sand Silas bought the barn used for the animals and converted it into a brick home.
There were no stairs inside the house to the upper level. The boys slept up upstairs and the girls and rest of
family slept downstairs. There was a dumb waiter in one of the rooms to send items to the upper floor.
John was the brother of Phillip Cutrell and a picture of James Cutrell son of Philip can be seen on this website:
Silas, Mary, Homer and Lena in Tennessee
Silas Cutrell Home in La Junta Colorado
Alonzo Foster Cutrell Family
Major Sandris Cutrell, Katherine Spain wife of Alonzo, Hershal Claborn Cutrell , Leven Louis Cutrell,
Front Row: Alonzo Foster Cutrell, Myra Agatha Cutrell, Abbie Elnora Cutrell.
Alonzo and Katherine along with several of these children are buried in
Cedar Grove Cemetery- Lebanon-Wilson County, Tennessee.
Tombstone of Silas and Mary Cutrell
The Tombstone of Silas and Mary Cutrell in Fairview Cemetery- Colorado