Major James Glenn next
employed him, in 1870, to keep books for him in Oregon. He continued in this work for four years, when he came to Colusa
County as book-keeper for Dr. Glenn. It was during his residence here at Jacinto
that he married Miss Anna Houchins. Their family circle is graced with four boys and two girls. In 1876 he came to
Williams and opened business for himself. Two years later, he associated A. B. Manor in the same business, moving into
their own building, a handsome brick block, a cut of which is given elsewhere. Here
he still remains, prospering and popular.
Mr. Crutcher was the first Justice of the Peace elected at Williams and has held a notarial commission since 1875. Mr. Crutcher's quiet, courteous demeanor, together with the confidence which his integrity and business talents inspire, have caused him to be respected and esteemed wherever he is known. He is one of the solid as well as one of the most useful citizens of Williams.
Colusa County: Its History
Traced from a State of Nature Through the Early Period of Settlement and Development to the Present Day : with a
Description of Its Resources, Statistical Tables, Etc.
Orland California 1891
Justus H Rogers
Biographical Sketches of
Pioneers and Prominent Residents