Person:Stoughton Tuttle (1)

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  1. Judith Tuttleabt 1728 - 1801
  2. Elizabeth Tuttleabt 1731 -
  3. Deborah Tuttleabt 1735 -
  4. Captain George Tuttle1737 - 1816
  5. Stoughton Tuttle1739 - 1812
  6. Nicholas Tuttle1741 -
  7. Esther Tuttleabt 1743 -
  8. Kesiah Tuttleabt 1745 -
m. bet 1759 and 1760
  1. Olive Tuttle1761 - 1831
  2. Deborah Tuttle1764 -
  3. Joseph Tuttle, Esq.1766 - 1843
  4. Hope Tuttle1769 -
  5. Samuel Tuttle1771 - 1853
  6. John Tuttle1773 -
  7. Lydia Tuttle1775 -
  8. Nicholas Tuttle1778 - 1825
  9. Stoughton Tuttle, Jr.1780 - 1850
  10. Nathaniel Tuttle1782 - 1863
m. 1 Mar 1801
Facts and Events
Name[1][2][3] Stoughton Tuttle
Alt Name Stoten Tuttle
Gender Male
Birth[3] 17 Sep 1739 Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire, United States
Alt Birth? 30 Sep 1739 Nottingham, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States
Marriage bet 1759 and 1760 to Lydia Stevens
Residence[2] 1790 Nottingham, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States
Residence[1] 1800 Nottingham, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States
Marriage 1 Mar 1801 Nottingham, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United Statesto Hannah Sanborn
Death[3][4] 22 Oct 1812 Nottingham, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States. 1800 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Year: 1800; Census Place: Nottingham, Rockingham, New Hampshire; Roll: 20; Page: 384; Image: 486.

    Name: Stoten Tuttle
    Residence Date: 1800
    Residence Place: Nottingham, Rockingham, New Hampshire

  2. 2.0 2.1 Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States. 1790 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Year: 1790; Census Place: Nottingham, Rockingham, New Hampshire; Roll: M637_5; Page: 76; Image: 0313.

    Name: Stoten Tuttle
    Residence Date: 1790
    Residence Place: Nottingham, Rockingham, New Hampshire

  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Cutter, William Richard (ed.). Historic Homes and Places and Genealogical and Personal Memoirs Relating to the Families of Middlesex County, Massachusetts. (New York, New York : Lewis Historical Pub. Co., 1908), 1546.

    "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."

  4. Tuttle, Joesph S. Tuttle, Joseph S. Family Bible Entries, 6.

    "Grandfather Tuttle Octr 22nd 1812"

  5.   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 enlisted in the "Old French War" when sixteen years old. He bought, January 29, 1759, a book, in which he recorded incidents that might be of interest to him. And herein we find it recorded that "he sailed from Boston May 6, arrived at Halifax the 22d, arrived at Lewisburg the 26th; sailed from Lewisburg June 4th, arrived at Quebec the 24th of June, and landed the 27th."

    He served five years. He lived a while at Lee-Hook, where his brother George lived. 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."

  6.   Huntress Family Web Site.

    "He entered the army at 16 yrs. and served until the close of the French war. He is listed in Company 4, under Captain Thomas Tash, the same company as his father, Nicholas Tuttle. This company in 1755 was the first New Hampshire regiment under Colonel Joseph Blanchard to march against Crown Point. He is also listed in 1757 in Company 3, under Captain John Titcomb; again, in the same company as his father, Nicholas Tuttle. He is also listed in Captain Ephraim Berry's Company in 1760. This company marched to Canada to fight the French. Maj. Gen. Benjamin Stokes Tuttle, Hon. Bradbury Cilley Tuttle and Rev. Alexander Tuttle are grandsons"

  7.   TUTTLE, STOTEN, in Daughters of the American Revolution. Genealogical Research System.