She married William Robinson (1640-93) of Watertown on 10 Jan 1667 in Cambridge. She was born to Richard Cutter (1621-93), who arrived on the ship "John and Dorothy" in 1637 and was admitted freeman June 2, 1641, and was made a member of the "Ancient and Honorable Artillery Co." of Boston in 1643. The "Town Records of Cambridge'' mention Richard Cutter thirty-eight times. He was a wheel-wright by trade, as -one of the entries state that the town grants timber to Richard Cutter for a "payre of wheeles." Again he is granted permission to fell "foure trees for his trade on the South side the river." Again a grant of land was divided among the freemen and Richard Cutter receives eighty acres. Elizabeth Williams (1620-62), was admitted to the church in Roxbury, MA in 1644 and married about the same time to Richard Cutter, of Cambridge, and he died June 15, 1693. In his will, Richard Cutter asked to be buried by the side of his wife Elizabeth. Their gravestones are still standing in the graveyard, near Harvard Square, Cambridge, Mass.