Person:Hiram Tuttle (1)

m. 29 Sep 1834
  1. Hon. Hiram Americus Tuttle1837 - 1911
  2. Henry Tuttle1840 - 1885
  • HHon. Hiram Americus Tuttle1837 - 1911
  • WMary French
m. 1859
  1. Hattie French Tuttle1861 -
Facts and Events
Name Hon. Hiram Americus Tuttle
Gender Male
Birth[1] 16 Oct 1837 Barnstead, Belknap, New Hampshire, United States
Marriage 1859 to Mary French
Occupation? 1891-1892 Concord, Merrimack, New Hampshire, United StatesGovernor, State of New Hampshire
Reference Number? Q1620107?
Death[1] 10 Feb 1911 Pittsfield, Merrimack, New Hampshire, United States

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Hiram Americus Tuttle (October 16, 1837 – February 10, 1911) was an American merchant and Republican politician from Pittsfield, New Hampshire who served as Governor of New Hampshire for two years.[1]

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Clark, John Badger. Sketches of Successful New Hampshire Men. (1882), 13-15, 1882.

    "Hon. Hiram A. Tuttle was born in Barnstead, October 16, 1837, being the elder of a family of two sons. His father, George Tuttle, and his Grandfather, Col. John Tuttle, were also natives of the same town. His great-grandfather, John Tuttle, settled in Barnstead in 1776, coming there from that locality in Dover known as "Back River," where a part of the Tuttle family has resided since the settlement there of their emigrant ancestor, John Tuttle, who came from England before 1641."

    "His mother, Judith Mason Davis, is a descendant from Samuel Davis, a soldier of the Revolution, and one of the primeval settlers of Barnstead. ..."

    "... He married, in 1859, Miss Mary C. French, the only child of John L. French, Esq., formerly cashier of the Pittsfield bank. Their only child, -- Hattie French Tuttle, -- born January 17, 1861, is a member of the junior class in Wellesley College."

  2.   Willey, George Franklyn, ed. State Builders - An Illustrated Historical and Biographical Record of the State of New Hampshire at the Beginning of the Twentieth Century. (Manchester, New Hampshire: State Builders Publishing Company, 1903), 223-224, Oct 1903.
  3.   Hiram A. Tuttle, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.