"(V) Captain George Tuttle, son of Nicholas Tuttle (4), was born at Lee, New Hampshire, in 1737, and lived there most of his life. He died April 12, 1816, in Effingham, New Hampshire (where his son George settled). He was a captain in the revolution, in the regiment of Colonel Stephen Evans, and was in the battle of Saratoga in 1777. He was selectman of Lee in 1780, with Job Runels and Zaccheus Clough; in 1781 with James Brackett, and in 1783. He was a justice of the peace, the local squire, and served many terms in the state legislature. He married, at Lee, Catharine Stevens. Their children: 1. Lieutenant George, ..."