"(IV) Nicholas Tuttle, son of Ensign John Tuttle (3), was born at Dover, New Hampshire, July 27, 1708; died 1793. His descendants are very numerous. He married first Deborah Hunt; second Bethia Davis. He settled in that part of Dover called Lee, removing late in life to Nottingham, New Hampshire, in the vicinity where his son Stoughton settled. He received from his father lands on the east side of Dover Neck, between Lieutenant Beard's and Nutter's, bounded by High street on the west and the river on the east, and the place included the homestead of John Tuttle, the first settler. Nicholas sold the place in 1735 to Judge Millet. Children: 1. George, born 1737, mentioned below. 2. Stoughton, born September 17, 1739, died August, 1812: he married second, Hannah Sanborn; they lived and died at Nottingham: he was a soldier in the revolution. 3. Nicholas, married Sarah Smart. 4. Judith, married Josiah Burleigh, of Newmarket. 5. Elizabeth, married Peter Stillings. 6. Deborah, married Moses Perkins, of Newmarket. Esther, married Joseph Sanborn. 8. Keziah, married Jeremiah Elkins; second, Robert Evans. Children of second wife: 9. Benjamin, born 1764. 10. Mary; married James Stokes.