Person:Stoughton Tuttle (2)

Watchers
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
  1. Benjamin Stokes Tuttle1805 - 1883
  2. Bradbury Cilley Tuttle1809 - 1885
  • HStoughton Tuttle, Jr.1780 - 1850
  • WSally Bean1786 - 1864
m. 25 Sep 1811
Facts and Events
Name Stoughton Tuttle, Jr.
Gender Male
Birth? 20 Mar 1780 Nottingham, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States
Marriage 25 Sep 1811 Meredith, Belknap, New Hampshire, United Statesto Sally Bean
Death? 21 Jul 1850 Meredith, Belknap, New Hampshire, United States
References
  1.   Cogswell, Elliott Colby. History of Nottingham, Deerfield and Northwood. (Manchester, New Hampshire: J. B. Clarke, 1878), 248-251, 1878.

    (9) Stoten married a Miss Stokes for his first wife, their children being Lydia, Hannah, Benjamin, Mary and Bradbury Cilley. His second wife was Sarah Bean, and their children were: John, who built Booth Mills in Hamilton Mass., dying in Boston in 1877, leaving a large estate; Gilman; and Samuel.

  2.   Stoten Tuttle, Jr, in Find A Grave.