Person:Simon Tuttle (2)

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Simon Tuttle
b.est 1560
m. bef 1560
  1. Simon Tuttleest 1560 - 1630
  2. Anthony Tootillest 1562 -
  3. Elizabeth Tootillest 1564 -
  4. Ellen Tootillest 1566 -
  5. Mary Tootillest 1568 -
  6. Frances Tootillest 1570 -
  7. Thomas Tootillest 1572 - bet 1639
  • HSimon Tuttleest 1560 - 1630
  • WIsabel Wells1565 - abt 1635
m. bef 1593
  1. Richard Tuttle1593 - 1640
  2. John Tuttleest 1596 - 1656
  3. Thomas Tuttleest 1598 - bef 1627
  4. Simon Tuttleest 1600 - bef 1627
  5. William Tuttle1607 - bet 1672/73
Facts and Events
Name[3] Simon Tuttle
Alt Name Symon Tuttle
Gender Male
Birth[3] est 1560
Marriage bef 1593 Based on estimated date of birth of eldest known child.
to Isabel Wells
Will[3] 19 Dec 1627
Burial[3] 15 Jun 1630 Ringstead, Northamptonshire, England

Must have also spent time at Holcott and Burton Latimer during the late 16th century, as his middle children are baptized in those cities. He is mentioned in his father’s 1589 will and that of his father-in-law John Welles in 1617.

His own will names children Richard, Thomas, Simon, and William.

References
  1.   Dewayne E. Perry - Ancestry of Ruth Corliss Clark Mell, citing Gillespie 478-9 and Hale-House 771-775.
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    Footnote: Weis, Magna Charta Sureties, 4th edition _FOOT: Weis, Magna Charta Sureties, 4th edition

  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 Greene, David L. Origin of John Tuttle of Ipswich, Massachusetts. American Genealogist (D.L. Jacobus). (Jul 1978), 54:171-73.

    SimonA Tuttle (Tuttell, Tootell) of Ringstead, Northants, b. [say 1560], son, according to Hale, House, of RichardB Tootill of Woodford, Northants, and probably grandson of ThomasC Totehyll also of Woodford, was buried at Ringstead, 15 June 1630; m. Isabel Wells, daughter of John Wells of Ringstead by a wife not mentioned in the latter's will. Considered together, the wills of Simon Tuttle and John Wells show that she was mother of all five of Simon's sons. Isabel Tuttle accompanied three of her sons to New England, but since no reference to her has been seen in New England, she probably did not long survive and possibly died during the voyage. Her age (70) in the passenger list indicates that she was born about 1565. … (Simon Tuttle's 19 December 1627) will was signed by Simon T…, the rest of the surname and the date of probation being too fragmentary to transcribe. Hale, House states that Simon Tuttle was buried 15 June 1630 at Ringstead and that his will was probated in 1630.