|Short Name:||Julian Stearns Cutler|
|Full Name:||Cutler, Julian Stearns, 1854-1930|
Cutler, Rev. Julian Stearns. (Thomaston, Maine, March 15, 1854--May 22, 1930, Pawtucket, Rhode Island). He graduated in 1885 from the Theological School at Tufts College and served Universalist churches in Marblehead, Melrose, and Orange, Massachusetts; in Little Falls, New York; and in Pawtucket, Rhode Island. He wrote a good deal of occasional verse which had publication in newspapers and was collected in a privately printed book after his death under the title Songs of Cheer. One of his hymns, "Motherhood, sublime eternal," written about 1910, was included in Hymns of the Church, 1917, and, in slightly altered form, in Hymns of the Spirit, 1937.