Person:Perley Tuttle (1)

1st Lt. Perley Eugene Tuttle
m. 2 July 1910
  1. S SGT Raymond Hazen Tuttle1920 - 1944
  2. Elizabeth Adelle Tuttle1921 - 2012
  3. 1st Lt. Perley Eugene Tuttle1924 - 1983
  • H1st Lt. Perley Eugene Tuttle1924 - 1983
  • W.  Living Dollar (add)
m. 7 Aug 1944
Facts and Events
Name 1st Lt. Perley Eugene Tuttle
Alt Name Tut
Gender Male
Birth? 17 Mar 1924 Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Military[2] 10 Jun 1943 Enlistment, United States Army Air Corps
Marriage 7 Aug 1944 Walla Walla, Washington, United Statesto Living Dollar (add)
Military[2] 8 Jan 1946 Discharged as a First Lieutenant
Graduation? abt 1949 Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United StatesBentley University, Accounting
Residence? abt 1955 Fort Worth, Tarrant, Texas, United StatesTerbet Lane
Employment? Waples Platter Grocery Concern
Occupation? Fort Worth, Tarrant, Texas, Banker
Death? 21 Aug 1983 Fort Worth, Tarrant, Texas, United States

Navigator on bomber aircraft during World War II. A noted banker in Fort Worth post war.

Descended from John Tuttle of Dover, New Hampshire as follows:

  1. Family:John Tuttle and Dorothy Ernst (1)
  2. Family:John Tuttle and Mary Unknown (1)
  3. Family:John Tuttle and Judith Otis (1)
  4. Family:Nicholas Tuttle and Deborah Hunt (1)
  5. Family:Stoughton Tuttle and Lydia Stevens (1)
  6. Family:Joseph Tuttle and Hannah Lucy (1)
  7. Family:Jacob Tuttle and Asenath Fox (1)
  8. Family:Jacob Tuttle and Eliza A (1)
  9. Family:Horace Tuttle and Georgia Sullivan (1)
  10. Family:George Tuttle and Adelle Marden (1)
Image Gallery
  1.   United States. 1930 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication T626), Year: 1930; Census Place: Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts; Roll: 897; Page: 5A; Enumeration District: 70; Image: 130.0.

    Name: Perley E Tuttle
    Birth: abt 1924

  2. 2.0 2.1 City of Haverhill, Massachusetts, War Records Committee. Haverhill in World War II, 729, 1946.

    "Tuttle, Perley E., 57 Madison St. Entered Army Air Corps Jun 10, 1943; discharged January 8, 1946. First Lieutenant, 14th Air Force. 12 months overseas. Service ribbons- Asiatic-Pacific with 7 battle stars; China-Burma-India; American Theater. Personal awards - Distinguished Flying Cross with Oak Leaf Cluster, Presidential Unit Citation, Philippine Liberation Ribbon with star. Principal location in U.S., Lubbock, Texas."