Cutts-Madison House

1520 H Street NW, Washington D.C.

Completed in 1819, for Richard Cutts (1771-1845) and his wife Anna Payne (1779-1832), sister of First Lady Dolley (Payne) Madison (1768-1749) who was its most famous resident and some say still haunts the house today. 

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Richard Cutts

Congressman Richard Cutts, Second Comptroller of the U.S. Treasury

1771-1845

Anna Payne

Mrs Anna (Payne) Cutts, sister of First Lady Dolley Madison

1779-1832

Dolley (Payne) Madison

Mrs "Dolley" Dandridge (Payne) Todd, Madison; First Lady of the United States

1768-1849

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Contributed by Mark Meredith on 12/10/2019 and last updated on 12/10/2019.
Image Courtesy of Ron Cogswell, on Flickr; Historic Almost-Losses: Dolley Madison's House, by John DeFerrari (2010) for Greater Greater Washington

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