Family:Stoughton Tuttle and Lydia Stevens (1)

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Marriage? bet 1759 and 1760
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17 Aug 1851
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15 May 1825
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  1.   Cogswell, Elliott Colby. History of Nottingham, Deerfield and Northwood. (Manchester, New Hampshire: J. B. Clarke, 1878), 248-251, 1878.

    "Stoten Tuttle was born September 30, 1739; his father's name was Nicholas, and settled in Nottingham, after much hard service in boyhood...

    ...He married Lydia Stevens of Lee, and subsequently settled in Nottingham, where the late Elder Tuttle died. Afterwards he lived on the old Mast Road, so called, where Alexander Tuttle resides. Subsequently he built the house in which the present Stoten Tuttle lives. He owned the grist-mill near his house, which was originally owned by Nathaniel Chesley of Durham. Here he died in September, 1812. His first wife died September 20, 1807, and their children were: (1) Olly, born October 12, 1761; (2) Deborah, born February 7, 1764; (3) Joseph, born July 26, 1766; (4) Hope, born June 10, 1769; (5) Samuel, born June 17, 1771; (6) John born January 7, 1773; (7) Lydia, born February 28, 1775; (8) Nicholas, born January 25, 1778; (9) Stoten, born March 20, 1780; (10) Nathaniel, born July 30, 1782."