Person:George Tuttle (6)

George Tuttle
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Name George Tuttle
Gender Male
Birth[1] 20 Mar 1810 Barnstead, Belknap, New Hampshire, United States
Marriage 29 Sep 1834 to Judith Mason Davis
Death[1] 1878

  1. 1.0 1.1 Stearns, Ezra S.; William F. Whitcher; and Edward Everett Parker. Genealogical and Family History of the State of New Hampshire: a record of the achievements of her people in the making of a commonwealth and the founding of a nation. (New York: Lewis Publishing Company, 1908), 484.

    "(VIII) George, son of Colonel John and Sallie (Jacobs) Tuttle, born in Barnstead, March 20, 1810, spent his early life on the farm, and acquired his education in the public schools of his native town. In 1846 he removed to Pittsfield and, for a number of years afterwards was employed in the Pittsfield Cotton Mill. On November 23, 1861, he enlisted in Company G, Seventh New Hampshire Volunteers, and served in this regiment until June 5, 1863, but the hardship and exposure he had to endure proved too much for his constitution which was never very strong, and he was mustered out June 5, 1863, as aforementioned. After his discharge, he did little work and died in 1878. He married Judith (Mason) Davis, September 29, 1834. Their children were: Hiram A., Henry F., born in Barnstead, 1840, came to Pittsfield in childhood, attended the public schools, and after leaving school worked in a shoe factory. He married Angeline Spriggs, of Barnstead, and they had two children born to them: George B. and Carrie F. He served in the in the New Hampshire Volunteers from September 14, 1864, until the close of the war, and died January 26, 1885. Two children died in infancy."