TUTTLE OF GOFFSTOWN NH - GENEALOGY
ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS
various sources including:
- Tuttle-Tuthill lines in America, by Alva M.
Tuttle; Columbus, Ohio: The compiler, 1968, 730 pgs.
Thomas TOTEHYLL OR TOWTILL OR TOOTILL
was born about 1506 in Woodford, Northampton, ENG. He died in Woodford, Northampton,
ENG. Thomas married Elizabeth MASON? on 1529 in Woodford, ENG.
Assessed for the subsidy in Woodford, Northampton 10 Nov 1544, Wintness to the
wills of Robert Crosse, 1524; Robert Pashler 1538; Sr. William Longe 1541; Richard
Lyncoln 1545; and Elizabeth Whitbred 1552.
Children of Thomas & Elizabeth
1. +Richard Totehyll / Towtill / Tootill
2. Thomas "
3. John "
4. Simon "
5. William "
Richard TUTTELL OR TOOTHILL-2 (Thomas-1) was born 15 Jun 1530 in Of Woodford
Next Thrapston, Northamptonshire ENG. He died 11 Mar 1589 in Woodford, Near Tharston,
Northampton, MA. Richard married Elizabeth LYNCOLN? about 1555 in Woodford, Northampton
Children of Richard & Elizabeth Tuttell:
1. +Simon Tuttell/Tootill
2. Elizabeth "
3. Ellen "
4. Mary "
5. Thomas "
6. Anthony "
7. Frances "
(Symon) TUTTELL OR TOOTILL-3 (Richard-2, Thomas-1) was born about 1560 in
Of Ringstead, Northamptonshire, ENG. He died 15/30 Jun 1630 in Ringstead, Northampton
ENG. Simon married Isabel WELLS about 1592 in Ringstead, Northampton ENG.Symon
was mentioned in his father's will in 1589 and that of his father-in-law in 1618.
The will of John Wells also named all four of his Tuttell grandsons. Symon was
supervisor of the will of Matthew Harris of Woodford, 5 Nov 1600. His own will
was proved 1630 at Northampton MA. His widow Isabel accompanied her sons to America
on the barque PLANTER in 1635, but no record of her has been seen in this country,
so probably she did not long survive.Isabel WELLS was born 1565 in Of Ringstead,
Northamptonshire, ENG. She died Abt May/June 1635. She died at sea on the ship,
PLANTER or shortly after arriving in Boston, MA
The small barque PLANTER,
captained by Nicholas Trarice, left from London England early in April of 1635
and arrived safely in Boston Massachusetts on Sunday 7 Jun 1635. Among the passengers
were Isabel (Wells) Tuttell, widow of Symon Tuttell, and her 3 married sons, making
up an extended family of 17 Tuttells. Also aboard were 3 Lawrence children from
the first marriage of Joan (Antrobus) Tuttell, and Joan's mother Joan (Arnold)
Children of Simon & Isabel (Wells) Tuttell:
1. +Richard Tuttle
2. William Tuttle, m. Elizabeth Matthews
3. Dorothy Tuttle m. James Bill
4. Thomas Tuttle, d. Abt 1626/1627 Northants, England
5. John Tuttle, d. 30 Dec 1656 Ireland; m. Joan Antrobus
6. Simon Tuttle, m1) Alice James m2) Katherine Babcock
7. Anne Tuttle, m. James Bill
Richard TUTTLE/TUTTELL-4 (Simon-3, Richard-2, Thomas-1) was born about
1593/1595 in Of Ringstead, Northampton ENG. He died 8 May 1640 in Boston, Suffolk
Co MA. Richard married Anne TAYLOR on 19 Jun 1622 in Ringstead, Northampton, England.
Anne TAYLOR was born 1594 in England. She died 30 Dec 1684 in New Haven, New Haven
BIOGRAPHY: Emigrant on Planter 1635 to Boston with his Wife children,
2 brothers, their families, and his mother Isabel
Children of Richard
& Anne (Taylor) Tuttle:
1. +John Tuttle
2. Anna/Hannah Tuttle; married John Pantry
4. Rebecca Tuttle
John TUTTLE-5 (Richard-4 Simon-3, Richard-2, Thomas-1)was
born about 1625 in Ringstead, Northampton ENG. He died before
12 Dec 1710 in Rumney Marsh (Chelsea), Suffolk Co. MA. John married
Mary HOLYOKE on 10 Feb 1645/1647 in Tamworth, Staffordshire, ENG.
Will 28 May 1688, proved 12 Dec 1710
RESIDENCE(S): Emigrated April 1635 on the small barque PLANTER
with his parents in an extended family group totaling 22 people.
Arrived June 1635 in Boston, Massachusetts.
Children of John & Mary (Holyoke) Tuttle:
1. +Jonathan Tuttle
2. Edward Tuttle
3. Mary Tuttle
4. Sarah Tuttle
5. John Tuttle
6. Elisha Tuttle
7. Rebecca Tuttle, d. 1710 in Charlestown MA
Jonathan TUTTLE-6 (John-5, Richard-4 Simon-3, Richard-2,
Thomas-1) was born 25 Aug 1664 in Rumney Marsh (Chelsea),
Suffolk Co. MA. He died after 28 Mar 1739. Jonathan married Anne
SMITH on 10 May 1692 in Rumney Marsh (Chelsea), Suffolk Co. MA.
BIOGRAPHY: On 28 Mar 1729, Jonathan and his wife Anne gave his
farm equally to his eldest sons Jonathan and James for life. These
sons were to pay 120 pounds each to their sons Jotham and Josiah,
and 80 pounds each to their daughters Anne JOHNSON, Mary and Rebecca
TUTTLE, and to William WARE, the only child of deceased daughter
Jemima WARE. In February 1730, James Tuttle sold his part to his
brother Jonathan. By 19 Jun 1730 Jonathan had sold all of his
holdings in three parcels, the largest carrying his obligations
to his parents and siblings. Both Jonathan and Anne (Smith) Tuttle
were living in Chelsea 28 March 1739. They had 9 children, one
Children of Jonathan & Anne (Smith) Tuttle:
1. +Jotham-7 Tuttle, b. 1703 in Medford MA, m. Martha Hall
2. Jemima Tuttle, m. -- Ware
3. Jonathan Tuttle, m. Sarah Burrell
4. James Tuttle, m. Anna Burrell
5. Anne Tuttle, m. -- Johnson
6. Josiah Tuttle, m. Mary Burrell
7. Rebecca Tuttle
8. Mary Tuttle
Richard-4 Simon-3, Richard-2, Thomas-1) was
born about 1703 in Medford, Middlesex Co. MA. He died 9 Apr 1776
in Goffstown, Hillsborough Co. NH. On 20 Feb 1749 he purchased
land at Crooked Falls (Goffstown) NH. Jotham married Martha HALL,
daughter of John HALL and Jemima SILL OR SYLL, on 1 Mar 1727 in
Malden, Middlesex Co. MA. Martha was born 20 Aug 1706 in Medford
MA. FROM: History of Goffstown NH, page 532: "JOTHAM TUTTLE,
son of Jonathan and Ann (Smith) Tuttle, was b. in Winnisimmet
(part of Revere MA) ; m. March 1, 1727 Martha Hall of Malden,
Mass., b in Medford Mass Aug 20, 1706, dau of John and Jemima
Hall. Res. in Medford and Woburn, Mass until 1749; then he purchased
land in Goffstown [NH] described as follows: "All such right
as the Town of Medford had to a certain tract or Peice of Land
with the Dwelling house thereon together with a mill privilege
at Crooked Falls. (Witnesses) Stephen Hall, Junr., Richard Sprauge
Junr.(Dated) Feb. 20, 1749, and the next year Ditson conveyed
to Tuttle, Smith and Walker all his right in twelve divisions
and mill privileges at the Crooker Falls" -- see chapter
VI, town of Medford [MA]. In or about 1749 Jotham Tuttle removed
with his family from Woburn, Mass. to Goffstown [NH]. His children
were b. in Medford between 1729 and 1743. He d. in Goffstown [NH]
prior to Apr. 9, 1776, aged about 70. Had 7 (8 actually) children."
RESIDENCE(S): Woburn and Medford Massachusetts. On 20 Feb 1749
he purchased land at Crooked Falls (Goffstown), Hillsborough Co.
Children of Jotham & Martha (Hall) TUTTLE:
1. +Jotham Tuttle, born 29
Mar 1729 Medford MA; died 1810 Weare NH; married Molly Worthley;
one of the early settlers in Weare NH.
2. +Simon Tuttle, b. 1 Sep 1731 in Medford, MA; he died
1790 Goffstown, NH; He served under Col Nathaniel Meserve's Regiment
on Oct1756, Crown Pt. Expedition; He married twice and had several
3. Martha Tuttle, b. 11 Dec 1733, Medford MA
4. Jemima Tuttle, b. 23 Apr 1736, Medford MA
5. [Child], died young
6. +Nathan Tuttle, b. 15 May 1740 Medford MA; d. 28 Jul
1828 Mont Vernon NH
7. Ruth Tuttle, B. 8 May 1743 Medford MA
8. Andrew Tuttle, b. 1750 Medford MA [According to Tuttle Genealogy:
" page 34, ANDREW TUTTLE or TODEL, ??c1750's ??sJotham c1703
& Martha HALL; USC1820 Hancock NH; Andrew TODEL 3 - 1 2 -
1; - 1- 1 -; "Andw TUTTLE of Lyndeboro apt JP 1776, co. of
Jotham TUTTLE-8 (Jotham-7, Jonathan-6, John-5, Richard-4,
Simon-3, Richard-2, Thomas-1) born 29 Mar 1729 Medford MA; died
1810 Weare NH; married Molly Worthley, dau of Thomas & Mehitable
(Yarrow) Worthley. He was one of the early settlers in Weare NH.
He lived about 2 miles west of "Oil Mill" in Weare,
New Hampshire. They also resided in Goffstown NH. MILITARY: Pvt.,
PS in Revolutionary War - NH Continental Line. Listed p 693 DAR
Patriot Index, pub. 1966.
Children of Jotham & Molly (Worthley) Tuttle:
1. +Jotham Thomas Tuttle, b. c 1779 Weare NH
2. +Samuel or Simon Tuttle, b. 1750's; m. Relief Jones.
Children: Mary, Nancy, Jesse, Irene, Relief, Simon and Lewis.
3. Thomas Tuttle, b. 1750's Goffstown NH; Per Tuttle Genealogy:
"svd Rev, enl 1 May 1777, of Weare NH; 1st NH Regt, dch 17
Feb 1778 (28) (50)"
4. +Benjamin Tuttle, b. abt 1762 Goffstown NH
5. +Timothy Tuttle, b. 20 July 1764 Weare NH
6. Olive Tuttle, b. between 1765-69, no more known.
7. +Stephen Tuttle, b. 10 March 1772
Simon TUTTLE-8 (Jotham-7, Jonathan-6, John-5, Richard-4,
Simon-3, Richard-2, Thomas-1) b. in Medford, Mass Sept 1, 1731;
m. first ---; second, Susannah George. Susannah was born 18 Feb
1754 in Amesbury MA and died in 1798. With
his father's family he removed from Woburn, Mass to Goffstown
NH about 1749. He served as a private in Capt. John Gilman's Company,
Col. Nathaniel Meserve's Regiment in the expedition against Crown
Point from Oct 12 to Oct 20, 1756. Of the children listed below,,
except for Alice, were by his first marriage. There may be other
children by his 2nd marriage.
Children of Simon & ? Tuttle:
1. +Stephen F. Tuttle, b: Jan 1754
2. Martha N. Tuttle, b: 1755-1759
3. Polly Tuttle, b: 1760-1770; m. 5 Feb 1786 Weare NH to Caleb
Whittaker (?possibly 2nd wife; he may be the father of Caleb Whitaker
who m. Sally Curtis).
4. +Sarah Tuttle, b: ABT 1770 in Goffstown, NH
5. James Tuttle, b: ABT 1774; m. Sally Loomis
6. Samuel Tuttle, b: 1775-1785; m. Lydia Lowell
Children of Simon & Susannah (George) Tuttle:
7. Alice George Tuttle, b: 26 Oct 1783 Goffstown NH; m. Benjamin
Nathan TUTTLE-8 (Jotham-7, Jonathan-6, John-5, Richard-4,
Simon-3, Richard-2, Thomas-1) b. 15 May 1740 in Medford MA; d.
28 July 1828 ae 92 at Mont Vernon NH; m. Elizabeth -- who d. 17
Sep 1821 ae 73; Served during the American Revolution, enlisting
1777 in Cilley's Regiment, applied 3 April 1818 for pension. In
1790 living in Amherst NH; 1800 residing in Warwick MA; in 1810
living in Lyndeboro NH.
Children of Nathan & Elizabeth Tuttle:
1. James Tuttle, b. c1776
2. Nathan H. Tuttle, b. 9 Apr 1769
3. Jotham L.W. Tuttle, b. c1771
4. John Tuttle, b. c1777
5. Martha H. Tuttle, b. c1787
Thomas TUTTLE-9, (Jotham-8, Jotham-7, Jonathan-6, John-5, Richard-4, Simon-3,
Richard-2, Thomas-1) . b. c1779 Weare NH; died 15 Feb 1863 Boscawen NH; married
7 March 1804 at Ipswich MA to Abigail "Nabby" Butler, (poss dau of Dr.
Elijah Butler). Residences: 1810-Weare NH; 1820-1850 Boscawen NH. Jotham Thomas
and Abigail(Butler) Tuttle had 12 children, 4 died young. In 1860 census, Jotham
T. uses name "Jonathan T."
Children of Jotham T. & Abigail
1. +Almira Tuttle, b 17 Feb 1805
2. +Merari Tuttle, b. 4 Nov 1806
3. +John B. Tuttle, b. 1 June 1808
4. +Elbridge G. Tuttle, b. 13 Aug 1810
5. Erastus Tuttle, b 17 July 1812; d. bef 27 Nov 1866; did not
marry; will administered 27 Nov 1866, his brothers are his next
of kin: Merari & John B. Tuttle, Abigail Williams, Alimira
Hoag and Judith K. Tamblyn.
b. 22 June 1814; died 17 Jul 1832
7. Child, died young
8. +Abigail Tuttle, b. 4 Feb 1818
9. +Judith K. Tuttle, b. 15 Apr 1829
or Simon TUTTLE-9 (Jotham-8, Jotham-7, Jonathan-6, John-5,
Richard-4, Simon-3, Richard-2, Thomas-1), b. 1750's NH; was in
Revolutionary War, lived on Tuttle homestead in South Weare; m.
Children of Samuel/Simon & Relief (Jones) Tuttle:
1. Mary Tuttle, b. 1790's NH; m. 20 Nov 1821 in Weare NH to David
Sands GREEN(E), son of David & Hannah (Gove) Green, as his
2nd wife (his 1st wife was Mehitable Carr who he m 1811. Mehitable
Carr was the dau of George & Mary (Marden) Carr. She was b.
at Great Pond Maine 17 Apr 1793. She d. 28 June 1812, leaving
one child, Squire Greene, b. 1 May 1812 in VT. David and Mary
probably died in Wisconsin. In 1860 Daniel S. & Mary Green
are living in Marquette, Green Lake Co., Wisconsin. A 7 yr old
Fred Johnson and a servant Helen Sytel, age 18 living with them.
In 1860 Squire Green is living in Alto, Fond du Lac Co., Wisconsin,
and appears to be single at that time (living with George &
Maranda Rupel). In 1870 David and Mary are living in Marquette,
Green Lake Co, WI alone.
2. Nancy Tuttle, b. 1790's NH; m. Amos CHASE
3. +Jesse Tuttle, b. abt 1795 Weare, Hillsborough Co. NH;
d. 29 May 1846 Boston, Essex Co. MA; History of Weare NH states
that he was went to Boston, was a dealer in shooks (he was a cooper),
and became wealthy.
4. Irene "Reene" Tuttle, b. abt 1800 NH; d. 12 March
1887; m. 10 Dec 1820 Barnard GOULD
5. Relief "Lepha" Tuttle, b. abt 1804 NH; m. 31 Dec
1831 to Jacob PAIGE/PAGE. In 1870 U.S. Census Jacob and Lepha
living in Marquette, Green Lake Co, Wisconsin, i.e. Jacob Page,
64 farmer, Leapha Page 59 F housekeeping (both b. NH) and George
H. Page, age 20, farmer, b. NH. Living next door is a Lewis F.
Page, age 37 b VT and wife Hattie, age 27 b. "Hesse"
(Germany). By 1880 census living in Montello, Marquette Co Wisconsin:
George H. Page age 30 and wife Sarah, age 24 b NY. Living next
door is Jacob Page age 75 farmer b NH, rheumatism, and his wife
6. +Simon Tuttle, b. abt 1804 NH; m. Sarah Buxton
7. +Lewis Tuttle, b. 25 July 1816 Weare NH; d. 22 June
1879; m. 12 Sep 1843 Manchester NH to Lydia (Osburn or Buxton);
m2) 14 March 1858 Amanda Colby
Benjamin TUTTLE-9 (Jotham-8, Jotham-7, Jonathan-6, John-5,
Richard-4, Simon-3, Richard-2, Thomas-1) b. abt 1762 Goffstown
NH; married 30 Sep 1801 in Weare NH to Mary "Polly"
Webster. She b. abt 1780.
Children of Benjamin & Polly (Webster) Tuttle:
1. +Benjamin Tuttle, b 12 Nov 1803 NH
2. +Timothy Tuttle, b 1808 NH; d. 14 Oct 1885
3. Mary Tuttle, b aft 1808
Timothy TUTTLE-9 (Jotham-8, Jotham-7, Jonathan-6, John-5,
Richard-4, Simon-3, Richard-2, Thomas-1) b 20 July 1764 in Weare
NH; d. 22 Feb 1851 in Haverhill NH (at the home of his son James);
m1st) 20 Oct 1794 in Andover NH to Miriam "Polly" Clough,
dau of Lieut. Moses & Molly (Cram) Clough. She b. 17 Jan 1767
and died 4 Feb 1821 in Tunbridge VT. He m2) 15 July 1821 to Rachel
Fellows. Rachel died 3 Sep 1848.
In 1840 residing in Boscawen NH; 1850 Haverhill NH.
Children of Timothy & Miriam/Polly (Clough) Tuttle:
1. Polly Tuttle, b 6 May 1796 Andover NH; m. Absalom Brown; d.
11 Feb 1879; resided Lebanon NH
2. Moses Tuttle, b 7 July 1798; m. Deborah Bennett; d 29 June
1867; resided Newbury VT
3. Lucinda Tuttle, b 28 May 1800; m. Robert Sargent
4. +Eli Tuttle, b 10 Apr 1802; m. Phoebe Bennett, sis of Deborah
5. James Orlando Tuttle, b 1 May 1804, d. 16 Dec 1860; m1) Sarah
Niles of Haverhill; m2) widow of his brother John.
6. John L. Tuttle, b. 10 Apr 1806, d 26 Dec 1836 Lowell MA; m.
Lois King of Tunbridge VT. She m. 2d) James O. Tuttle, brother
of her 1st husband.
7. +Elias Smith Tuttle, b 29 July 1808 in Tunbridge VT, d. 20
Sep 1883; m. Lois King
8. +Lyman Tuttle, b 4 Nov 1810
Stephen TUTTLE-9 (Jotham-8, Jotham-7, Jonathan-6, John-5,
Richard-4, Simon-3, Richard-2, Thomas-1) b 10 March 1772; d. 1854;
m 16 Nov 1797 at Amherst NH to Sarah "Sally" Holt, dau
of Reuben Holt. She b. 19 Nov 1772 and d. 20 Oct 1851. Residences:
1800-Weare NH; 1830-Peru VT.
Children of Stephen & Sarah/Sally (Holt) TUTTLE:
1. Sarah Tuttle, b 16 June 1799
2. Eber or Ebenezer Holt Tuttle, b 21 June 1800
3. Stephen Tuttle, b 28 Aug 1801
4. Reuben Tuttle, b 31 Oct 1806
5. Sally Tuttle, b 11 July 1808
6. Polly Tuttle, b 22 March 1810
7. Cyrus Tuttle, b 13 Aug 1812
8. Laurenza Tuttle, b 25 Sep 1814
F. TUTTLE-9 (Simon-8, Jotham-7, Jonathan-6, John-5, Richard-4,
Simon-3, Richard-2, Thomas-1) eldest son of Simon, was b. in Goffstown
NH Jan. 1754; m. at Litchfield NH Apr 1778, Jane Karr [Carr].
He was a drummer in Capt. Samuel Richard's Co., Col. John Stark's
Regiment from Apr 23, 1775 to Aug 1, 1775, serving three months,
sixteen days, aft forty-four shillings per month; received 9:18:02;
also as a corporal in Capt. Samuel McConnel's Co., Col. David
Gilman's Regiment, enlisting Dec. 5, 1776 and serving three months
eleven days for which he recieved 9:18:01. He d. Oct 11, 1801
in Concord NH.
Children of Stephen F. &
Jane (Carr) Tuttle:
1. Jesse Carr Tuttle, b Sep 20, 1779
2. Nathaniel Tuttle, b. Oct 21 1781; bapt at Congregational Church
of Goffstown [NH] Feb. 17, 1782
3. Willis Tuttle, b. June 27, 1784; bapt. at Goffstown [NH] Sep
4. Hall Tuttle, b. Oct 10, 1789
5. Nancy Tuttle, b. Feb 18, 1792
(Simon-8, Jotham-7, Jonathan-6, John-5, Richard-4, Simon-3, Richard-2,
Thomas-1) b. c1770 Goffstown NH; d. 17 July 1837 or 1855 at Madison
ME; m at Goffstown NH 21 Feb 1793 to Henry WYMAN. He b. 1762 at
Bedford NH and died 17 July 1837. He served during the American
Revolution under Col. Greaton, 3rd Mass Regiment
Children of Henry & Sarah (Tuttle) WYMAN:
Margaret WYMAN b c1801
2. Joseph WYMAN b 1813; d. 1885; m. Hannah Bartlett
TUTTLE-10 (Jotham Thomas TUTTLE-9, Jotham-8, Jotham-7, Jonathan-6, John-5,
Richard-4, Simon-3, Richard-2, Thomas-1) b. 17 Feb 1805 in either Essex MA or
Boscawen NH; m. 30 Oct 1830 to David HOAG. He was b. abt 1807 in Scotland. In
1850 living in Boscawen NH. In 1880 Almira & husband David are living with
their son David P. Hoag in Nashua NH.
Children of David W. & Almira
1. +David P. HOAG, b. abt 1839 NH
2. Sarah J.
HOAG, b. abt 1845 NH
"Merrill" TUTTLE-10 (Jotham Thomas TUTTLE-9, Jotham-8, Jotham-7,
Jonathan-6, John-5, Richard-4, Simon-3, Richard-2, Thomas-1) b. 4 Nov 1806 in
NH; d. aft 1890 probably Lowell MA area; m. 13 Sep 1835 to Florenda Moses. She
b. abt 1818 in NH. In 1850 living Newburyport MA as "Merari." In 1860
living in Deerfield, Rockingham Co MA as "Merrill"; in 1880 living in
Lowell MA as "M.W." 1889 directory of Lowell MA shows him residing at
37 Chestnut Street, and in 1890 at 46 Chestnut Street.
Children of Merari
& Florenda (Moses) Tuttle:
1. Harriet A. Neal Tuttle, b. abt 1837 NH
John H. Tuttle, b. abt 1841 MA; m. Abby M. --. She b. abt 1833 in VT; in 1880
living in Middlesex Co MA
3. Lydia Jane Tuttle, b. 6 Oct 1847 MA and d. 15
4. George F. Tuttle, b. abt 1850 NH
5. Charles H. Tuttle, b. abt
John B. TUTTLE-10 (Jotham Thomas TUTTLE-9, Jotham-8, Jotham-7,
Jonathan-6, John-5, Richard-4, Simon-3, Richard-2, Thomas-1) b. 1 June 1808 in
Boscawen NH; m 6 Nov 1834 at Newburyport MA to Elizabeth Ann Talbot. She b. abt
1812. Residences: 1850 Newburyport MA; 1860 & 1870 Boston MA; He was a grocer
and later a police officer.
Children of John B. & Elizabeth A. (Talbot)
1. +John Edwin Tuttle, b 23 Nov 1835
2. Elizabeth A. Tuttle, b abt 1839 MA
3. Abigail "Abbie" Frances Tuttle, b. 17 Jan 1844; in
1871 married William Thomas EATON, son of Thomas Woodworth &
Mary Ann (Withers) Eaton. He b abt 1843 in Nova Scotia, Canada.
Child: Harold Woodworth EATON, b. Feb 1881 who m. Mildred C. Carr.
4. Albert Tuttle, b. 9 Jan 1845; m. 1869 to Henrietta M. Marston,
dau of Josiah & Eliza Ann (Collier) Marston. She b. 8 Sep
1848 in Boston MA.
5. Sarah Augusta Tuttle, b. 8 Aug 1849
6. Ellen Tuttle, b Abt 1851
7. Frank J. Tuttle, b abt 1856; m. abt 1881 to Cora A. Stone.
She b. Sept 1858 in MA; Children (Tuttle): Ruth E., b. Sep 1887
MA and Gertrude b Nov 1896 MA.
Elbridge G. TUTTLE-10
(Jotham Thomas TUTTLE-9, Jotham-8, Jotham-7, Jonathan-6, John-5, Richard-4,
Simon-3, Richard-2, Thomas-1) b Boscawen NH 13 Aug 1810; d by 27 Nov 1866; m1)
25 Sep 1834 Sarah Ann MANUEL; she d. 19 Sep 1845 ae 29; m2) 21 May 1846 Dracut
MA Mahala J. TUTTLE, age 22; m3) Elizabeth How, She b. abt 1828 in ME. In 1840
living in Boscawen NH: in 1850 living in Newfield ME, innkeeper
of Elbridge G. & Sarah A. (Manuel) Tuttle:
1. Child, d.y.
2. Mary Ann Tuttle, b. 14 Nov 1842
3. Sarah Jane Tuttle, b 14 Feb 1845
Children of Elbridge
G. & Mahala J. (Tuttle) Tuttle:
4. Charles Frank Tuttle, b. abt 1846 prob Boscawen NH
5. Hellen Maria Tuttle, b. 27 March 1847 NH
Children of Elbridge
G. & Elizabeth (How) Tuttle:
6. Maria "Anna" Tuttle, b 1850 Newfield ME
7. Helen Tuttle, b. abt 1852 NH
TUTTLE-10 (Jotham Thomas TUTTLE-9, Jotham-8, Jotham-7, Jonathan-6, John-5,
Richard-4, Simon-3, Richard-2, Thomas-1) b. 4 Feb 1818 in Boscawen NH and d. 17
June 1884 in Webster NH; m. Albert Plummer KILBORN, son of Daniel & Anna (Uran)
Kilborn. Marriage Records of the Second Church of Christ in Boscawen NH [NEHGS
Online database] shows marriage of Albert P. Kilborn and Abigail Tuttle on 21
March 1837. Albert P. was b. 1 Nov 1810 in Boscawen NH and d. 8 Aug 1887 in Webster
NH. Although the will of her brother, Erastus, identifes her as "Almira Williams,"
her death record clearly lists her parents as Jotham & Nabby (Butler) Tuttle,
and the birth date on that document matches that of Almira in the Tuttle Genealogy.
of Albert P. & Abigail (Tuttle) KILBORN:
1. Nancy A. KILBORN, b. 20
March 1838; m. Hiram C. Little
2. Charles P. KILBORN b 21 Jan 1840; d. 8 Aug
3. Daniel P. KILBORN b. 15 March 1845; d. 16 March 1864 Webster NH
Albert T. KILBORN b 5 March 1849; d. 29 Sep 1857
5. Flora Ella KILBORN b 10
march 1851; d. 8 Aug 1887
6. +Charles Albert KILBORN b. 16 Dec 1857;
m1) Minnie Almira Long; m2) Emma J. Fretts; had 4 children.
K. TUTTLE-10 (Jotham Thomas TUTTLE-9, Jotham-8, Jotham-7, Jonathan-6, John-5,
Richard-4, Simon-3, Richard-2, Thomas-1) b. 15 Apr 1829 in Boscawen NH; m. bef
1851 to Thomas B. TAMBLYN. He b. abt 1829 in England. Their house in Boscawen
was built in the mid 1850's on the left side of the road near Rattlesnake Hill,
at the top of Gully Hill. In 1870 living in Concord NH [probably the west side
of Concord NH, i.e. Boscawen NH]. The 1876 Concord City directory shows him being
a boatman and roofer, and having a house at "Long Pond."
of Thomas B. & Judith K (Tuttle) TAMBLYN:
1. Jotham TAMBLYN, b. abt
1851. The 1876 Concord City Directory shows his occupation as "variety store,"
and his residence at Long Pond [his parents also lived there]. In 1900 & 1910
US census living in Concord NH, single.
(Samuel or Simon-9, Jotham-8, Jotham-7, Jonathan-6, John-5, Richard-4,
Simon-3, Richard-2, Thomas-1), b. abt 1795 Weare, Hillsborough
Co. NH; d. 29 May 1846 Boston, Essex Co. MA; History of Weare
NH states that he was went to Boston, was a dealer in shooks (he
was a cooper), and became wealthy. He m1) 8 May 1817 in Weare,
Hillsborough Co NH to Dorothy GOULD, dau of Jonathan & Judith
(Johnson) Gould. She b. 21 Apr 1796. He m2) 9 Dec 1834 in Haverhill
MA to Mrs. Alice (KNIGHT) Cheney, dau of Stephen & Alice Knight.
She b. 13 Apr 1800 and d. 30 March 1879.
Children of Jesse & Dorothy (Gould) Tuttle:
1. Jesse, b. Sep 1822 Haverhill MA: d. aft 1900; m. 26 Sep 1844
in Boston MA to Phebe Frost Dustin, sister to Olive Dustin. She
was b. August 15, 1821 in Bethel MA, the daughter of John York
& Delinda (Howard) Duston; In 1850 living in Harwich, Barnstable
Co MA with wife Phebe (age 29) and children George Henry (age
7, b abt 1843), Rosanna D. (age 7, b abt 1843), and brother Charles
(age 23) all b. Mass. Harwich records show Harriet Maria Tuttle,
b. Nov 16, 1850 in Harwich MA, dau of Jesse and Phebe. He moved
to Berlin, New Hampshire in about 1860. Jesse Tuttle (Age 40)
from Berlin, NH, enlisted as a Private, 11/8/62, and on 12/18/62,
transferred Co G 2nd 4/16/63, 10/9/63 Concord time expired. From
1860 to 1900 they are in the U.S. Census for Berlin, Coos Co NH.
2. +John B. Tuttle, b. abt 1824 Haverhill MA
3. +Charles O. Tuttle, b. Nov 1827 Haverhill MA; d. 1910
in Harwich MA; m. 15 Jan 1852 to Annetta Nickerson, age 16 of
Harwich MA by Rev. Davis Nothrop. In 1850 living with his brother
Jesse in Harwich MA.
4. Caroline Tuttle [name mentioned in her father's will of 1846].
5. Sarah Tuttle, b. abt 1833, mentioned in her father's will of
6. Mary J. Tuttle, mentioned in her father's will of 1846.
Simon TUTTLE-10 (Samuel or Simon-9, Jotham-8, Jotham-7,
Jonathan-6, John-5, Richard-4, Simon-3, Richard-2, Thomas-1),
b. abt 1804 NH; m. Sarah Buxton
Children of Simon & Sarah (Buxton) TUTTLE:
1. James S. Tuttle, b. 5 Oct 1834 NH; m. Mary Rowell; had issue:
Lizzie M., Mabel S., Jennie I., Annie B.
2. Sarah Elizabeth Tuttle, b. 24 Nov 1844 NH; m. -- Rowell
TUTTLE-10 (Samuel or Simon-9, Jotham-8, Jotham-7, Jonathan-6, John-5, Richard-4,
Simon-3, Richard-2, Thomas-1), b. 25 July 1816 Weare NH; d. 22 June 1879; He m1)
12 Sep 1843 in Manchester NH to Lydia (Osburn or Buxton); She d. 13 Sep 1856;
he m2) 14 March 1858 in New Boston NH to Amanda COLBY, dau of Jacob & Sally
Children of Lewis & Amanda (Colby) TUTTLE:
1. Harriet Tuttle, b. July 1844 in NH; she m. Hiram H. WHITAKER
and had issue: Lydia and John L.
2. Carlos C Tuttle., b. 26 Nov 1847 in NH;
3. Angeline "Angie" B. Tuttle, b. 18 Nov 1850 in NH;
d. 1873; m. 12 July 1869 to Warren Moses GARLAND; had issue, Guy
4. Carrie Tuttle, b. 18 Nov 1850 NH; m. Henry H. Cochran; had
issue: Arthur M. Cochran
TUTTLE-10 (Benjamin TUTTLE-9, Jotham-8, Jotham-7, Jonathan-6,
John-5, Richard-4, Simon-3, Richard-2, Thomas-1) b. 12 Nov 1803
in NH; m. Hannah Barnard. She b. abt 1801 in NH. In 1850 US Census
living in Weare NH.
Children of Benjamin & Hannah (Barnard) Tuttle:
1. John Tuttle, b abt 1835; m. 3 June 1863 in Bedford NH to Caroline
"Carrie" Starrett, dau of Levi & Mehitable Starrett.
2. Lucy J. Tuttle, b Sep 1841; m. abt 1865 to John C. Metcalf.
From 1870-1900 living in Lynn, Essex Co. MA; Children (METCALF):
Flora A. b. abt 1869; Hattie M. b abt 1879; and John A. b June
3. Laura Tuttle, b. abt 1845; m. Frank Burgess
Timothy TUTTLE-10 (Benjamin TUTTLE-9, Jotham-8, Jotham-7,
Jonathan-6, John-5, Richard-4, Simon-3, Richard-2, Thomas-1) b.
1808, d. 14 Oct 1885; m1) Charlotte --; She b abt 1813 in NH;
he m2) 26 Nov 1862 Hannah McCarthy. She b. c1828 in Ireland. In
1840 residing in Hopkinton NH; in 1850 and 1860 residing in Weare
Child of Timothy & Charlotte Tuttle:
1. Rosanna Tuttle, b. abt 1842 in NH. SEE http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=jmuller3&id=I0108
I agree with this ancestry line that she is probably the same
Rose A. who married Martin Rowell.
Tuttle (Timothy-9, Jotham-8, Jotham-7, Jonathan-6, John-5,
Richard-4, Simon-3, Richard-2, Thomas-1), b. 10 Apr 1802, and
d. 20 Sep 1883 in Tunbridge VT. He m. Phebe Bennett, sister to
his brother Moses' wife. In 1830 living in Newbury VT; in 1840-1870
living in Tunbridge VT. By 1870 living Tunbridge VT he is a widower
with single dau Ellen, Daniel Bennet (age 83), and Deborah Tuttle
1850 United States Federal Census > Vermont > Orange >
Eli Tuttle 48 M Farmer 1500 VT
Phebe Tuttle 50 F VT
Charles N. Tuttle 16 M Farmer VT, (b abt 1834)
Ellen Tuttle 12 F VT, b abt 1838
Eli F. Tuttle 4 M VT, b abt 1848
Children of Eli & Phebe (Bennett) Tuttle [names Joseph-John
from Tuttle Genealogy, remainder from U.S. Census records]:
1. +Joseph Bennett Tuttle, b. 29 July 1826 in Tunbridge VT, d.
Newbury VT; m 13 June 1863 in Stafford VT to Mahala Clogston.
Child: Fred Herman Tuttle, b. 3 Oct 1857 in Tunbridge VT
2. Mary Tuttle, b. 22 March 1830 in Newbury VT; m1) Henry Remick
of Corinth VT who d. Newbury VT; m2) 25 Sep 1860 in Royalton VT
to Henry M. PIERCE, son of Ira & Emily (Shepard) Pierce. He
b. 16 Jan 1834. In 1870 & 1880 residing in Lowell MA with
dau Cora Pierce, age 3 (so b abt 1867 MA). He was a carpenter.
3. James R/P Tuttle, b. 12 May 1835 in VT; m1) 22 May 1859 to
Drusilla Chase Graves; m2) 24 Dec 1865 in Mt. Holly VT to Alice
Duenna Graves. Ch: (1) Lilly Independence Tuttle, b. 4 July 1860;
(2) Elmer Romane Tuttle, b. 13 Oct 1861 in Mt. Holly VT (m. 30
Apr 1883 to Ina Davis). They had 2 ch, William James Tuttle, b.
24 Aug 1886 Weston VT [who m Pearl L] and Clyde Elmer b. 24 Aug
1885 Weston, Windsor Co VT; (3) Perley Duane Tuttle, b. 16 Aug
1867, d. August 1869, age 2, sudden death in Mt. Holly, Rutland
4. ?John A. Tuttle, b. 1840s; m. Elsie Johanna Noyes, dau of Carlo
& Fanny (Durkee) Noyes. She b. 31 May 1845 Tunbridge VT and
d. 1 June 1924 Oakland California. Res. Oakland CA.
5. Charles H. Tuttle, b abt 1834 VT, m. abt 1859 prb VT to Angeline
(?Wood). She b. Jan 1833 in VT. Had a son, Frederic(k) Tuttle,
b. abt 1862 in VT.
6. Ellen M. Tuttle, b abt 1838 VT
7. Eli F. Tuttle, b abt 1848; in 1880 living in Boston, Suffolk
Co MA, working in a store. Wife, Annie E. age 35 (b abt 1845 VT);
children: Annie age 10 (b abt 1870 MA), Charles R., age 7 (b Dec
1874 MA), nephew Frank S. Tuttle, age 23 HRR conductor,(b. abt
1857 VT). 1882 Directory of Boston MA shows Eli F. Tuttle living
at 805 East Fourth Street. In 1910 son, Charles R. Tuttle, living
in Everett MA with wife, Mary E. (O'Brien) age 38 b VT, and children,
Bernard D. (b 4 July 1897 St. Augustine FL, d. 23 Jan 1966 Riverside
California), Mary I. age 8, Elinor/Eleanor C. age 6, Thelma J.
age 4, Florence age 2/12.
Tuttle, (Timothy-9, Jotham-8, Jotham-7, Jonathan-6, John-5,
Richard-4, Simon-3, Richard-2, Thomas-1) b. 29 July 1808 in Tunbridge
VT and d. 23 March 1894 in Newbury VT. selectman 1870. He married
Lois King, dau of Joshua & Lois (Noyes) King. She b. 15 March
1804 in Tunbridge VT and d. 3 Jan 1877. According to page 319
of Gazeteer of Orange Co. VT: "Elias S. Tuttle was born in
Tunbridge, of this state, and was educated in the common schools.
He married Lois King, of his native town, where he settled and
engaged in farming. Eleven years later he removed to Strafford,
VT where he bought and run a saw-mill and did carpenter work.
In 1851 he removed to this town (Newbury VT) and settled in South
Newbury village, where for twenty years he engaged in carpentering.
About 1870 he purchased the Atwood homestead, where he now resides.
He also owns the Atwood sawmill, which he has rebuilt and is conducting
in company with his son Elias J. [as 'E.S. Tuttle & Son']
Mrs. Tuttle died in January 1877. Their children are Elias J.,
who served three and half years in Co. D, 8th VT Reg in the late
war, and is now engaged in farming, and with his father in the
manufacture of lumber; Mary Ann who resides in this town, and
is the widow of Owen F. Omalley who served three and one-half
years in Co D, 8th VT Regt, and George L., a farmer, in company
with his father, who also served three and one-half years in Co.
D, 8th Vt Regt.
Children of Elias S. & Lois (King) Tuttle:
1. +Elias Jefferson Tuttle, b. 26 Aug 1836 in Tunbridge VT; m1)
13 Feb 1859 to Mary Ann Sargent, dau of Abel Sargent; m2) 16 May
1886 in Piermont NH to Randilla F. Brown, widow of Wheeler Brown.
She b. 16 May 1836 and d. 7 Aug 1888; he m3rd) 18 June 1890 to
Dora D. Webster. She b. 13 Aug 1865. Possibly a 4th marriage in
1904 to Jennie H. --. Had possible child by 1st wife, Jennie M.
Tuttle b abt 1867 in VT.Is Jennie really the daughter of Elias?
She is not listed in the 1870 U.S. Census, and no relationship
is listed for her in the 1880 U.S. Census. Source: U.S. Census
of 1880 - Newbury, Orange Co., Vermont, ED139, pg. 130A. He enlisted
26 Dec 1861 in Co. D, 8th NH Infancy, re-enlisting 5 Jan 1864
2. Mary Ann Tuttle, b. 28 Apr 1840 in VT; m. Owen F. O'Malley.
He b. 1834 in Ireland and d. 1896 in Newbury NH.
3. George L. Tuttle, b. 8 Aug 1844; m1) 1 Jan 1866 in Tunbridge
VT to Emeline M. King. He m2) 6 July 1893 in Bradford VT to Helen
Luella Clough. Son by 1st wife, Herman E. Tuttle, b. 24 Dec 1870
in VT, and d. 2 June 1896 in Chicago IL.
Tuttle (Timothy TUTTLE-9 (Jotham-8, Jotham-7, Jonathan-6,
John-5, Richard-4, Simon-3, Richard-2, Thomas-1) b. 4 Nov 1810
Tunbridge VT, d. 21 May 1884 in Paw Paw Michigan. He m. Sarah
Tracy Wheat. She b. 22 Aug 1809 in Rome NY and d. 3 Aug 1890 in
Paw Paw Michigan, dau of Grant & Lucy (Butts) Wheat. In 1840
living in Kalamazoo Michigan. In 1850-1870 living in Michigan;
in 1870 in Paw Paw, Michigan.
Children of Lyman & Sarah T. (Wheat) Tuttle:
1. Grant Wheat Tuttle, b. c1839 Michigan; served durving Civil
War in 9th Michigan Cavalry, prisoner of war in south most of
war; m. 27 Apr 1864 in Lafayette, Paw Paw Co Michigan to Kate
A. Corey/McCorey. Children: Betsey E (b abt 1866), Kittie (b abt
2. +George Lyman Tuttle, b. 14 March 1841 Kalamazoo, Mich, d.
26 Dec 1929 Paw Paw Michigan. Captain 9th Michigan Cavalry during
the Civil War; m. 18 Sep 1867 to Adeline Elizabeth Cook, dau of
Caspar Rudolph & Sarah (Van Ness) Cook. She b. 27 Sep 1845
and d. 1928. Children: (1) Elsie Belle b. 17 Oct 1868, d Dec 1958
teacher in negro schools in the south; (2) May Gertrude b 10 Apr
1871; (3) Roy Lyman b 19 Dec 1873 (4-5) died young
3. Sarah E. Tuttle, b. 14 June 1843
4. Beatrice E. Tuttle, b. c1849
P. HOAG-11 (Almira TUTTLE-10, Jotham Thomas TUTTLE-9, Jotham-8, Jotham-7,
Jonathan-6, John-5, Richard-4, Simon-3, Richard-2, Thomas-1) b. abt 1839 in NH;
m. by 1862 to Charlotte Belknap. She b. abt 1842 in NH. In 1880 living in Nashua
Children of David P. & Charlotte (Belknap) Hoag:
"Myra" S. HOAG, b. abt 1862 in NH; m. William A. GEORGE. Children (George):
Richard, Henry and Helen C.
2. Juliette HOAG, b abt 1864 NH
3. Estelle C.
HOAG, b abt 1866 NH
4. James H. HOAG, b. 8 July 1866; d. Jan 1951 in Wilton
NH; m. abt 1891 to Ida Pitman, dau of Henry W. & Lottie (Jenkins) Pitman.
One child: Chester L. Hoag, b. 11 Dec 1892 MA, and d. Nov 1969 MA.
K. HOAG, b abt 1871
6. David W. HOAG, b abt 1876; m. abt 1895 prb NH to Nellie
M --. She b. abt 1878 in NH. Children [HOAG]: Stella L. (b abt 1899), Charles
Edward (b 14 Sep 1903), and Helene "Helen (b abt 1910)
7. George F. HOAG
Edwin TUTTLE-11, (John B. TUTTLE-10, Jotham Thomas TUTTLE-9, Jotham-8,
Jotham-7, Jonathan-6, John-5, Richard-4, Simon-3, Richard-2, Thomas-1) b. 23 Nov
1835 at Newburyport MA; m. 30 Dec 1857 to Adeline Merinda STONE, dau of Stillman
& Sarah (Mason) Stone. She b. 26 Feb 1837 in Marlborough MA. Residences: 1850-Newburport
MA; 1860-Embden, Somerset Co ME; 1870 & 1880: Ward 16, Boston, Suffolk Co.
Children of John E. & Adeline M. (Stone) Tuttle:
1. +Adeline Eliza Matilda Tuttle, b. 4 Aug 1858
2. Sarah Elizabeth Tuttle, b. 16 Apr 1860
3. +Edwin Lyman Butler Tuttle, b. 4 Nov 1861
4. Arthur Stillman Tuttle b 2 June 1864; m. 18 Oct 1887 to Cora
E. Christopher. She b. Oct 1868 in MA. Children: Arthur A b. July
1888, Estelle E. b Oct 1891, and Doris M. b abt 1908
5. Mary Ella Tuttle, b 15 Nov 1865
6. Florence Gertrude Tuttle, b 26 March 1868
7. Child, b. Feb 1870, died young
8. Emma Louisa Tuttle, b 29 Apr 1872 Neponset MA
9. Jennie Luella Tuttle, b 4 Jan 1874 Neponset MA
10. Alice Lillian, b. 7 Oct 1875 Neponset MA
Albert KILBORN-11 (Abigail TUTTLE-10, Jotham Thomas TUTTLE-9,
Jotham-8, Jotham-7, Jonathan-6, John-5, Richard-4, Simon-3, Richard-2,
Thomas-1) b 16 Dec 1857 in Boscawen NH; d. c1913; m1st) 6 Sep
1882 at Webster NH to Minnie Almira Long, dau of Moses Edwin &
Almira (Runnels) Long. She b. 16 March 1866 in Concord/Boscawen
NH and died 27 Sep 1890 in Webster NH. He m2) Emma J. Fretts.
She b. Feb 1865 in NH.
Children of Charles A. & Minnie A. (Long) KILBORN:
1. Mattie Almira KILBORN, b. 17 Apr 1885; m. Clarence Leroy WEBSTER;
had four children; she was a school teacher in Merrimack New Hampshire.
2.Albert Plummer KILBORN, b. 10 Apr 1887; m. Grace ROCK; had 4
3. Vina KILBORN, b. 1889, died young.
Child of Charles A. & Emma J. (Fretts) KILBORN:
4. Henry Richard KILBORN, b 28 July 1898 Merrimack NH; d. July
1979 in Sacramento California. Never married, no children.
Tuttle (Jesse-10, Samuel or Simon-9, Jotham-8, Jotham-7, Jonathan-6,
John-5, Richard-4, Simon-3, Richard-2, Thomas-1) b. abt 1824 in
Haverhill MA, and d. 1899 in Harwich MA. He m1) Olive Bean Duston.
She b. May 15, 1824 in Bethel ME, the daughter of John York &
Delinda (Howard) Duston. She d. 14 January 1849, age 24, in Boston
MA, following childbirth; He m2) 27 Nov 1851 to Mrs. Love (Robbins)
Jones. Harwich MA records show: "Nov 27, 1851 John Tuttle
son of Jesse Tuttle, age 27 [so b abt 1824] b. Haverhill MA, married
Love Jones in Harwich MA, age 40, b. Harwich MA, dau of Nathaniel
Robbins, 2d marriage for both by Rev. J.C. Allen ME minister of
Harwich MA [*She was b. 5 Oct 1811 in Harwich MA, dau of Nathaniel
& Bathsheba (Nickerson) Robbins; she m1) Joseph Jones and
the Asa L. Jones, b. abt 1840 is her son from her 1st marriage].
The 1850 census of Harwich MA, shows Head of Household, Love C.
Jones age 38, son Asa L. Jones (age 10) and John Tuttle, cooper
(age 26), all b. MA. 1860 census of Harwich MA shows John a cooper
with 775/75 assets and wife Love C., children William T (age 11),
John H. (age 7), Sarah P. (age 4), and Asa L. Jones (age 19 a
mariner). Love C. Tuttle died in 1876, age 64 yrs 6 mo, of consumption,
her death recording states she was the dau of Nathaniel &
Bathsheba Robbins. In 1880 he was living, a widower, with his
daughter and her husband. John married a 3rd time, to Eunice P.
Moody at Harwich, Mass., on April 4, 1882, dau of Samuel &
Asenath Moody. She was b. Dec 1842 in MA. In 1900 she is found
a childless widow, living in Harwich MA with her single sister
Marcella Moody. John enlisted in Company A, Fifty-eighth Massachusetts
Volunteers on December 31, 1863, as a Private at age 39, and mustered
on January 14, 1864. He was wounded on May 6, 1864 in Wilderness,
VA. He was wounded again on June 3, 1864 in Cold Harbor, VA. He
was discharged for his wounds on May 26, 1865 after spending about
a year in an army hospital in Philadelphia. He kept the lighthouse
at Monomoy Point ten years, and after that time had been engaged
in the manufacture of cranberry barrels. John died at Harwich,
MA, on August 31, 1899, age 75 years, 2 months, 4 days
U.S. Census > 1850 United States Federal Census > Maine
> Oxford > Bethel
John Y. Duston 52 M Farmer 1500 ME [b abt 1798]
Delinda Duston 50 F ME
True F. Duston 23 M Laborer ME
John L. Duston 20 M Laborer ME
Louisa H. Duston 17 F ME
Joseph Duston 12 M ME
George A. Duston 6 M ME
*W.T. Tuttle 1 M Mass
Wm Rupel 83 M Mass pauper
Esther O. Duston 23 F ME
[John York Duston, was the son of Ezekiel & Ruth (York) Duston,
and was b. 12 March 1798. He m. Delinda Howard. She b. 5 March
1800 in Hanover ME. John was the grandson of Jesse & Elizabeth
(Swan) Duston. According to the History of Bethel ME, "Jesse
Duston or Dustin, a descendant of the famous Hannah, wife of Thomas
Duston of Haverhill, MA, was born in Methuen, and was among the
early settlers of Fryeburg. He was by occupation a house carpenter,
He came to Sudbury, Canada in 1778 and settled on the farm in
the lower part of the town, now in Hanover. He married Elizabeth
Swan, daughter of James Swan and in 1782 she gave birth to the
first white child born in the town, a son named Peregrine. Oct
18, 1779 Jesse Duston of Fryeburg bought interval lot #6 in Bethel
ME. Jesse Duston came to town in 1778 erected a small water wheel
in a brook ..."]
1880 United States Federal Census > Massachusetts > Barnstable
> Harwich > District 15
Packard, Charles E. W M 40 Jeweler MA MA MA
Packard, S. Josephine W F 23 wife keeping house MA MA MA
Tuttle, John B. W M 65 cooper MA MA MA
Children of John B. & Olive B. (Duston) Tuttle:
1. +William T. Tuttle, b. 14 January 1849 in East Boston
MA; m. 18 Dec 1879 in Harwich MA to Estella/Estelle Norwood, dau
of Albert & Mary Norwood. She b Nov 1858 in Biddeford ME.
They were married by Rev. George G. Powers of Harwich MA. He died
July 1899. In 1900 Estella is shown in the Harwich MA census a
widow. Their children were Olive Tuttle, b. 5 Nov 1881 in Maine,
and James Norwood Tuttle, b. 21 Aug 1884 in Maine.
Children of John B. & Love (Robbins-Jones) Tuttle:
2. John Herbert Tuttle, b. Feb 9, 1853 Harwich MA; d. 21 Dec 1864
in Harwich MA, of typhoid fever.
3. Sarah Josephine Tuttle, b. April 26, 1856 Harwich MA; Harwich
MA recs show: "Feb 3, 1880, Charles H. Packard of Harwich,
age 40 jeweler, b. 8 Aug 1839 Brockton MA, son of John L. &
Betsey L. (Foster) Packard, m. Sarah J. Tuttle of Harwich, age
24, dau of John B. & Love C. Tuttle, first marriage for both."
Possibly had dau Bessie C. Packard, b. 1881 in Harwich MA.
O-11 Tuttle, (Jesse TUTTLE-10, Samuel or Simon-9, Jotham-8,
Jotham-7, Jonathan-6, John-5, Richard-4, Simon-3, Richard-2, Thomas-1),
was born Nov 1827 in Haverhill MA and d. 1910 in Harwich MA; he
m. 15 Jan 1852 to Annetta "Ann" Nickerson, age 16 of
Harwich MA by Rev. Davis Nothrop. She was b. Aug 1835 in MA, the
dau of Nathan Nickerson 2nd.; in 1850 living with brother Jesse
in Harwich MA. In 1850 living in Harwich MA with wife "Ann,"
children Alice and Charles F. In same census Esther Nickerson
is living next door. In 1870 living in Harwich, Barnstable Co
MA with wife Annette, and children Jesse S. (age 14), Eva G. (age
13, and Alpheus E. (age 12). The 1910 census states she had 5
children, with 4 still living in 1910. Charles, enlisted to serve
in the Civil War on January 5, 1864 at age 36, as a Private, and
was discharged on July 14, 1865.
Children of Charles O. & Annetta (Nickerson) Tuttle:
1. Alice A. Tuttle, b. June 5, 1853 in Harwich MA
2. Charles F. Tuttle, b. 29 May 1859 in Harwich MA; drowned May
3. +Jesse/Jessie Lewis Tuttle, b abt 1861 in MA
4. Eva G. Tuttle, b abt 1864 in MA
5. +Alpheus Elbridge Tuttle, b. 6 May 1866 in Harwich MA; d. 1929
in Harwich MA; m. 24 June 1872 in Kennebunkport ME to Fanny Louise
Bennett-11 Tuttle (Eli-10, Timothy-9, Jotham-8, Jotham-7,
Jonathan-6, John-5, Richard-4, Simon-3, Richard-2, Thomas-1),
b. 29 July 1826 in Tunbridge VT, d. Newbury VT aft 1888; m 13
June 1853 in Stafford VT to Mahala Clogston, dau of Thomas &
Mehitable clogston. She b. July 1827 in VT and died after 1910.
In 1850 teamster in Boston MA In 1900 & 1910 Joseph's mother
Mahala living with them in Tunbridge VT.
U.S. Census > 1900 United States Federal Census > Vermont
> Orange > Tunbridge > District 152
Tuttle, Fred H. Head W M Oct 1857 married 18 yrs VT VT VT Farmer
Tuttle, Eliza M. wife W F March 1853 47 married 18 yrs 1 ch 1
Tuttle, Mahala mother W F July 1827 72 widow 2 ch 2 living VT
VT VT nurse
Tuttle, Joseph C. son W M May 1897 3 single VT VT VT
U.S. Census > 1910 United States Federal Census > Vermont
> Orange > Tunbridge > District 149
Fred H Tuttle 52 Head M W 52 married 27 yrs VT VT VT Farmer
Eliza M Tuttle 56 F W 56 married 27 yrs VT VT VT
Joseph C Tuttle 12 W M 12 single VT VT VT
Mahala Tuttle 82 W F 82 widow 2 ch 2 living VT VT VT own income
Children of Joseph B. & Mahala (Clogston) Tuttle:
1. Frank S. Tuttle, b.June 1856 in Tunbridge VT. He m. abt 1892
to Lona B. --, b. July 1861 in NH. and was residing there in 1910,
with dau Edith M. b Feb 1895 in VT.
2. Fred Herman Tuttle, b. 3 Oct 1857 in Tunbridge VT; m. abt 1882
to Eliza M. --. She b. March 1853 in VT. Had child, Joseph C.
Tuttle b May 1897 in Tunbridge VT. Joseph C. married Bessie L.
-- and they had a son Fred H. Tuttle, b. abt 1920 VT.
George Lyman-11 Tuttle (Lyman-10,Timothy-9 (Jotham-8, Jotham-7,
Jonathan-6, John-5, Richard-4, Simon-3, Richard-2, Thomas-1) b.
14 March 1841 Kalamazoo, Mich, d. 26 Dec 1929 Paw Paw Michigan.
Captain 9th Michigan Cavalry during the Civil War; m. 18 Sep 1867
to Adeline Elizabeth Cook, dau of Caspar Rudolph & Sarah (Van
Ness) Cook. She b. 27 Sep 1845 and d. 1928.
Children of George L. & Adeline E. (Cooke) Tuttle:
1. Elsie Belle Tuttle b. 17 Oct 1868, d Dec 1958 teacher in negro
schools in the south
2. May Gertrude Tuttle, b 10 Apr 1871
3. Roy Lyman Tuttle, b 19 Dec 1873 Paw Paw, Michigan; d. 17 Aug
1955, owner of Tuttle Floral Co. married 11 Nov 1899 to Anna May
Smith, dau of Charles & Ellen Nancy (Hill) Smith. She b. 25
Apr 1880 in Van Buren Co, Michigan and d. June 1957. Child: Dorothy
Lucile Tuttle, b. 18 Dec 1900
4-5. died young
Eliza Matilda-12 TUTTLE (John Edwin TUTTLE-11, John B. TUTTLE-10,
Jotham Thomas TUTTLE-9, Jotham-8, Jotham-7, Jonathan-6, John-5,
Richard-4, Simon-3, Richard-2, Thomas-1) b 4 Aug 1858 at Neponset
MA; married 15 Sep 1880 to Ebenezer Judson RUGGLES. He b. 1 Sep
1855. Wholesaler, dry goods. In 1880-1910 living in Boston, Suffolk
1930 United States Federal Census > Massachusetts > Suffolk
> Boston (Districts 251-500) > District 449 [Oakman Street]
Ruggles, Ebenezer Head 16000 M W 74 married at age 24 MA MA MA
Wholesale Dry Goods
Ruggles, Adeline E. wife F W 71 married at age 21 MA MA MA no
Allen, Chester R. Head M W 39 married at age 29 MA Can-Eng MA
Allen, Agnes, wife F W 39 married at age 27 MA MA MA organist,
Allen, Priscilla R. dau F W 10 single PA MA MA student
Children of Ebenezer J. & Adeline E. M. (Tuttle) RUGGLES:
1. Addie May RUGGLES, b. 6 March 1881
2. Eben Tuttle RUGGLES, b. 23 May 1885
3. Agnes Beatrice RUGGLES, b. 8 June 1890; m. abt 1917 to Chester
3. Hazel S. RUGGLES b abt 1891
4. John Edwin RUGGLES, b. abt 1892; in 1930living in Palm Beach
FL, a hotel clerk, states he was married [for 7 years] but no
wife with him in census.
Edwin Lyman Butler-12 TUTTLE (John Edwin TUTTLE-11, John
B. TUTTLE-10, Jotham Thomas TUTTLE-9, Jotham-8, Jotham-7,
Jonathan-6, John-5, Richard-4, Simon-3, Richard-2, Thomas-1) b.
4 Nov 1861 in Maine; m. abt 1892 to Susan D. Whitmarsh. She b.
15 Sep 1862 at Abington MA, dau of William W. & Susan Brown
(Dyer) Whitmarsh. In 1910 living in Cambridge MA, occupation:
Statistician; in 1920 living in Boston MA, accounting clerk. The
1890 Directory of Boston MA shows Edwin and wife Susan living
at 55 High Street, Neponset, while working at 101 S. Market St.
Boston MA as a bookkeeper.
Child of Edwin L.B. & Susan D. (Whitmarsh) TUTTLE:
1. William W. TUTTLE, b. 11 Jan 1895 MA; d. July 1972 at Melrose
MA; m. abt 1921 to Ruth A --. She b abt 1894 in PA. Children:
Earle W. b 11 Oct 1924 MA, d. 16 Oct 1989 in Danbury NH; William
A., b abt 1927; and Edwin A. b abt 1929.
Lewis-12 Tuttle, (Charles O-11, Jesse-10, Samuel or Simon-9,
Jotham-8, Jotham-7, Jonathan-6, John-5, Richard-4, Simon-3, Richard-2,
Thomas-1) b. Jan 1861 in MA and d. aft 1930 prob in MA; He m.
in 1885 in Boston MA to Mary A. Doherty. She b. Oct 1867 in Ire
and d. after 1930 prob in MA. His son Harold's birth certificate
states that Jessie/Jesse's profession was a butcher.
Children of Jesse Lewis & Mary (Doherty) Tuttle:
1. Jesse Lewis Tuttle, b. June 1889 PA; m. abt 1924 to Laurice
--. She b. abt 1895 in MA. Children, Charlotte P. (b abt 1925
MA) and Charles L. (b abt 1927 MA). In 1851 living in Chatham
MA as J. Lewis Tuttle, trucking, Highland Ave,
2. Genevieve Tuttle, b. Sep 1892 MA
3. Robert Ermond Tuttle, b. Apr 1893, Concord MA; m. Bessie D.
--. She b abt 1894 in MA; in 1951 living in Chatham MA.
4. Alice G. Tuttle, b. July 1896 MA
5. Lucile Tuttle, b. Nov 1898 S. Chatham MA
6. Harold Tuttle, b. 28 Dec 1900 S. Chatham MA; d. 7 June 1978
Chatham, Barnstable Co. MA. In 1955 resided on Hallett Lane in
Elbridge-12 Tuttle, (Charles O-11, Jesse-10, Samuel or Simon-9,
Jotham-8, Jotham-7, Jonathan-6, John-5, Richard-4, Simon-3, Richard-2,
Thomas-1) b. 6 May 1866 in Harwich, Barnstable Co MA; d. 1929
in Harwich MA; m. 24 June 1872 in Kennebunkport MA to Fanny/Fannie
Louise ROUNDS. She b. June 1868 in Maine. In 1900 living in Ward
7, Malden MA at 659 Main Street; worked at 74 Pleasant St., a
clerk. In 1910 living in Gloucester, Essex Co MA, occupation:
chaplain, Fisherman's institute. Fanny had 4 children, three who
Children of Alpheus E. & Fanny L. (Rounds) Tuttle:
1. Charles Mallard Tuttle, b. 7 March 1894 in Boston MA, d. Aug
1967; res 1960 Phoenix AZ, svd WWI; m1) 20 Dec 1919 Bridgeport
CT to Ethel HALL on 28 Oct 1894; m2) 21 Nov 1945 in Bennington
VT to Dorothea R Hawks, dau of Edward & Lucy (Ravenscroft)
Hawks. Ch: Lois Alma b. 1 Dec 1930 in Boston MA.
2. Eva Tuttle, b. Aug 1897 in MA
3. Annette Louise Tuttle, b 15 June 1908 in Boston, MA
T.-12 Tuttle (John B.-11, Jesse-10, Samuel or Simon-9, Jotham-8,
Jotham-7, Jonathan-6, John-5, Richard-4, Simon-3, Richard-2, Thomas-1)
b. abt 1848 in Harwich MA; m. 18 Dec 1879 in Harwich MA to Estella/Estelle
Norwood, dau of Albert & Mary Norwood. She b Nov 1858 in Biddeford
ME. They were married by Rev. George G. Powers of Harwich MA.
He died July 1899. In 1900 Estella is shown in the Harwich MA
census a widow.
Children of William T & Estelle (Norwood) Tuttle:
1. Olive Estelle Tuttle, b. 5 Nov 1881 in Maine; she married Henry
Milton Small of Chatham MA and had two children, Rodman T. Small
and Virginia Small
2. +James Norwood Tuttle, b. 21 Aug 1884 in Maine
James Norwood-13 Tuttle (William
T.-12, John B.-11, Jesse-10, Samuel or Simon-9, Jotham-8, Jotham-7,
Jonathan-6, John-5, Richard-4, Simon-3, Richard-2, Thomas-1) was
born 21 Aug 1884 and married 5 June 1926 in Boston MA to Bertha
Sugden. James Norwood graduated from Thornton Academy in Saco
ME, and from Dartmouth College in 1909, with a degree in chemistry.
In 1923 he began the Rust Proofing and Metal Finishing Corporation
in Cambridge MA. She was born in 10 Dec 1897 in Lawrence MA, dau
of Frank and Theresa A. (Leary) Sugden, a comb maker. [her parents
married 14 Jan 1889 in Lawrence MA]. She earned a PhG from the
Massachusetts College of Pharmacy in 1917 and a PhC there in 1918.
She held patents for her work in the development of film dyes.
Children of James N. & Bertha (Sugden) Tuttle:
1. James Norwood Tuttle Jr., b. August 1929;
2. David Duston Tuttle, b. 1934.
BIOGRAPHY: From "The History of Goffstown NH"
CHAPTER VI - NARRAGANSETT NO.4
In June, 1735, the inhabitants of the town
of Medford petition for a grant of land in Number 4, stating that the town is
the smallest geographically of any in the province, their charges are extremely
high, and the maintenance of the ministry and school is very difficult.9 And upon
this petition one thousand acres of land was granted to the town of Medford in
the county of Middlesex in order that they may be better enabled to support the
ministry and maintain a school. The Medford land was laid out as follows:
Beginning at a pitch pine tree on the bank of the Piscataquog River about
two miles west of the Merrimack, thence running west by marked trees six hundred
and ninety-three perch, thence north, fifteen degrees east to a maple tree on
the bank of said river four hundred perch, thence by said river nine hundred and
seventy-three perch to the place of beginning, and containing one thousand acres.
The Medford grant as above stated was bounded on the east by Piscataquog
River and on the west to include a small part of Hillsborough County Farm, on
the south by the north line of lots 13,14, 15, and 16, in the second range. There
seems to be quite a marked difference in the Medford farm as originally surveyed,
and as shown on the old town plan as surveyed by Matthew Patten. But this discrepancy
might arise from lack of knowledge of the country in making the original estimate
on account of the course of the river. The town of Medford soon sold their right
to Ezekiel Walker, Seth Ditson, John Smith and Jotham Tuttle. The two last
named made settlements upon their purchases, and Tuttle's original camp was near
the intersection of the Mast and Richards roads.
VIII - PROPRIETORS' MEETING
Immediately after the drawing of lots the proprietors
found that no committee had been appointed to call the first meeting of the proprietors.
Accordingly a petition was circulated. John Goffe, Robert Gilmore, John Goffe,
Jr., Caleb Dalton, Jotham Tuttle, Samuel Patten and John Smith signing
the same, and directed to the clerk of the proprietors of Goffstown. This petition
was dated at Bedford the 6th day of August, 1750, and marks an important event
in the history of Goffstown. This was probably the first date in any historical
record where the name Goffstown was applied to the township.
The Pine Tree Riot - Weare, NH, April
There's a white pine tree in the town of Somersworth, New Hampshire
that is 128 feet tall. That's as tall as an eight-story building. The trunk of
this white pine is six and one-half feet across at the base. It's the tallest
white pine in New Hampshire and one of the very few white pines left in our state
that would be considered large enough to be used as a mast for one of the wooden
sailing ships built for the Royal Navy of King George III in the 1700s.
In the early 1700s more and more people were leaving England and Europe and coming
to the American Colonies. The towns along the coast of New Hampshire were developing
into trading centers for the supplies that the colonists needed to buy from England.
The colonists also had materials to sell to the ships that were sailing back to
One of our most abundant resources was trees. By the late
1600s, England had few forests left that could provide suitable trees for the
giant masts, support timbers, and lumber for their growing Royal Navy and merchant
ships. Tall, straight white pines were needed for "single- stick" masts.
A single stick mast was hewn from one tree, rather than fastening two or more
trees together with wooden pegs. A single-stick mast was by far the superior mast.
It could hold full sail in the heaviest gales. The colonists soon started moving
away from the farms and towns along the coast. In the mid- 1700s. Governor Benning
Wentworth granted huge parcels of land to many of his friends and granted charters
for incorporation to newly developing towns west of the Merrimack River. Families
made the dangerous trip from the coastal towns to the forests. They cleared the
land for farms and built roads for travel.
No matter who owned or cleared
the land, the white pines on the land belonged to the King of England. In 1772
the British Parliament and King George III made a law protecting "any white
pine tree of the growth of twelve inches in diameter." There was already
a law protecting the larger white pine trees. All of these laws meant that the
settlers couldn't cut any white pines unless they had the Deputy Surveyor come
to mark the trees with the broad arrow, saving them for masts. Then the settlers
had to pay a tidy sum of money to get a royal license to cut the rest of the white
pines from their own land.
Deputy surveyors of the King's Woods were
appointed by the governor. The Deputy Surveyor and his crew had the authority
to mark any and all suitable white pines with the broad arrow mark of the king.
The Deputy Surveyor also had the authority to check the sawmills run by the settlers.
If he found any white pine logs or lumber that had been cut without a royal license,
he could mark each piece with a broad arrow. The logs and lumber could then be
seized by the sheriff and the owner of the sawmill had to pay a huge fine or go
While Benning Wentworth was governor of New Hampshire, he
did little to enforce the pine tree laws. He rarely sent the Deputy Surveyor to
the new towns, like Dunbarton, Weare, and Henniker, that were so far away from
Portsmouth. And the governor saw little reason to deny the settlers their trees
as long as there were enough masts being hauled to Portsmouth for the Royal Navy.
Benning's nephew, John Wentworth. became governor in 1766. John Wentworth
soon saw how much money was being lost by not enforcing the license fees and fines
for the pine tree laws in the new towns, so he instructed the Deputy Surveyors
to attend to their duties.
In the winter of 1771-72, John Sherburn,
a Deputy Surveyor of the King's Woods, visited the sawmills in the towns of the
Piscataquog Valley. Sherburn found just what he hoped he would discover - white
pine logs that measured 15 to 36 inches in diameter at six different mills in
Goffstown and Weare. He claimed them as "The King's White Pine Trees"
and chopped the mark of the broad arrow in every log. The owners of the mills
were warned not to touch the logs and to appear before the Court of Vice Admiralty
in Portsmouth on February 7, 1772 to pay their fines.
The sawmill owners
hired Samuel Blodget, Esquire, a lawyer from Goffstown to represent them at court
in Portsmouth. Blodget didn't represent them very well. He forgot his loyalty
to them when the governor offered him a job as a Surveyor of the King's Woods.
But Blodget did arrange for the sawmill owners to pay their fines and to get their
The mill owners from Goffstown paid their fines at once
and had their logs returned to them. But the sawmill owners from Weare did not.
They decided to be "obstinate and notorious" even though Blodget had
sent them letters warning them against it.
On April 13, Benjamin Whiting,
the Sheriff of the County, and his deputy, John Quigly, rode to South Weare. They
came with a warrant for the arrest of sawmill owner Ebenezer Mudgett. Mudgett
was the leader of the Weare mill owners. The sheriff thought that if he arrested
Mudgett, the other mill owners would give in and pay their fines.
was nearly dark when Sheriff Whiting and Deputy Quigly found Ebenezer Mudgett.
Mudgett agreed to meet the sheriff at Aaron Quimby's inn in the morning and pay
his fine. News of the sheriff's arrival spread quickly through Weare. That night
scores of men gathered at Mudgett's house to work out a plan for paying the sheriff
in a way that he wouldn't soon forget.
Mudgett rode to Quimby's Inn
at dawn and burSt in on the sheriff, who was still in bed. Then more than twenty
townsmen, with their faces blackened for disguise, rushed into the sheriffs room
and began to beat him with tree branch switches. Sheriff Whiting tried to grab
his guns so he could defend himself, but he was thoroughly outnumbered. Men grabbed
him by his arms and legs, hoisted him up, face to the floor, while others continued
to switch him mercilessly. Whiting later reported that he thought the men would
surely kill him. Deputy Quigly was also pulled from his room and received the
same treatment from another group of townsmen.
The sheriff and deputy's
horses were brought around to the inn door. The soot-blackened townsmen cropped
off the horses' ears and sheared off their manes and tails - ruining the value
of the animals. The two men were forced to mount and were shouted and slapped
down the road toward Goffstown.
At this point the sheriff was not about
to admit defeat. He went to Colonel John Goffe and Colonel Edward Goldstone Lutwytche
and arranged for them to bring a posse of soldiers to Weare to arrest Mudgett
and the other rioters. By the time the posse arrived, the rioters were long gone.
They had disappeared into the woods without a trace.
But Sheriff Whiting
didn't give up on the whole matter. Later in the spring he was able to capture
one of the rioters, so the rest of the men agreed to pay the bail money and appear
in court to accept their punishment.
In September, eight men from Weare
were brought before His Majesty's Superior Court. They were Timothy Worthley,
Jonathan Worthley, Caleb Atwood, William Dustin, Abraham Johnson, Jotham Tuttle,
William Quimby, and Ebenezer Mudgett. They were charged with being rioters and
disturbers of the peace and with "making an assault upon the body of Benjamin
Whiting, Esq., Sheriff, and that they beat, wounded and evilly intreated him and
other injuries did so that his life was despaired of." They were also charged
with going "against the peace of our Lord the King, his crown and dignity."
Four judges heard the case in the Superior Court in Amherst. They were
Theodore Atkinson, Meshech Weare, Leverett Hubbard and William Parker. The rioters
were very humble and submitted themselves to the grace of the court and king.
They were lucky. The judges fined each of the men 20 shillings and ordered them
to pay the cost of the court hearing.
It was certainly a light punishment
for the crimes they had committed. The small fine ordered by the judges showed
that they understood why the men from Weare attacked the sheriff and deputy. The
judges, like many other citizens of New Hampshire, thought the pine tree laws
were oppressive and unfair. The pine tree laws were just another way of making
the colonists pay taxes to the British king.
The Pine Tree Riot, the
raid on Fort William and Mary in Newcastle, the threats to the Tax Stamp Master
in Portsmouth, and many other acts of rebellion grew from the anger that the citizens
of New Hampshire felt over these laws. They all helped to bring New Hampshire
into the Revolutionary War against Great Britain.
Goffstown NH, page 532
JOTHAM TUTTLE, son of Jonathan and Ann (Smith) Tuttle, was b.
in Winnisimmet (part of Revere MA) ; m. March 1, 1727 Martha Hall
of Malden, Mass., b in Medford Mass Aug 20, 1706, dau of John
and Jemima Hall. Res. in Medford and Woburn, Mass until 1749;
then he purchased land in Goffstown [NH] described as follows:
"All such right as the Town of Medford had to a certain tract
or Peice of Land with the Dwelling house thereon together with
a mill privilege at Crooked Falls. (Witnesses) Stephen Hall, Junr.,
Richard Sprauge Junr.(Dated) Feb. 20, 1749, and the next year
Ditson conveyed to Tuttle, Smith and Walker all his right in twelve
divisions and mill privileges at the Crooker Falls" -- see
chapter VI, town of Medford [MA]. In or about 1749 Jotham Tuttle
removed with his family from Woburn, Mass. to Goffstown [NH].
His children were b. in Medford between 1729 and 1743. He d. in
Goffstown [NH] prior to Apr. 9, 1776, aged about 70. Had 7 children.
1. "Hale, House and Related Families", Jacobus &
and Tuthill Lines in America" compiled by Alva M. Tuttle,
Columbus Ohio, 1968
3. "The Tuttle Family", Descendants of William &
Elizabeth, George F. Tuttle, 1883
4. The New Haven Magazine, Vol 8.
of Revere Mass," Shurtleff, 1937
6. "History of Chelsea, Mass," Chamberlain 1908
7. Births, Marriages and Deaths in Malden, MA, NEHGS Register,
Vol 12, Page 87
8. Massachusetts Vital Records to 1850 - NEGHS
9. VITAL RECORDS
OF IPSWICH MASSACHUSETTS TO THE END OF THE YEAR 1849, PUBLISHED
BY THE ESSEX INSTITUTE SALEM, MASS.
10. U.S. Census 1790-1930
11.Research of Douglas Tuttle of Newburyport MA [line of Jesse-10
12. History of the Town of Andover NH; 1751-1906 by John Robie
Eastman, George Edwin Emery; 1910