Person:Raymond Tuttle (1)

S SGT Raymond Hazen Tuttle
d.9 Nov 1944 France
m. 2 July 1910
  1. S SGT Raymond Hazen Tuttle1920 - 1944
  2. Elizabeth Adelle Tuttle1921 - 2012
  3. 1st Lt. Perley Eugene Tuttle1924 - 1983
  • HS SGT Raymond Hazen Tuttle1920 - 1944
  • WAnita Dupré1920 - 2014
m. 4 Feb 1942
Facts and Events
Name[1] S SGT Raymond Hazen Tuttle
Gender Male
Birth[5] 18 Mar 1920 Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Residence[2] 1930 Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Residence? 1942 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United StatesFront St. Appt
Marriage 4 Feb 1942 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United Statesto Anita Dupré
Military[3] 18 Feb 1942 New Hampshire, United StatesEnlistment, United States Army
Alt Burial[4] 1944 Limey-Remenauville, Meurthe-et-Moselle, FranceInitial internment until re-interred at Lorraine American Cemetery
Death[1][5] 9 Nov 1944 France
Burial[1][6] Lorraine American Cemetery and Memorial, Saint-Avold, Moselle, FrancePlot C Row 23 Grave 28 (secondary internment)

Attended Haverhill High School. Left school to work on J. B. Greeley's farm in East Kingston. Met and dated Anita Dupre of Exeter. With assistance from Anita's Dad, was able to get job working at the Exeter Public Library. Married Anita 4 Feb 1942, and lived in-town Exeter before joining the service.

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 Bly (1)
  9. Family:Horace Tuttle and Georgia Sullivan (1)
  10. Family:George Tuttle and Adelle Marden (1)
Image Gallery
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Raymond H. Tuttle, in United States. American Battle Monuments Commission.

    Name: Tuttle
    Death Date: Nov 09 1944
    Death Place: Lorraine, France

  2. United States. 1930 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication T626), Year: 1930; Census Place: Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts; Roll: 897; Page: 4B; Enumeration District: 70; Image: 129.0.

    Name: Raymond H Tuttle
    Birth: abt 1920

  3. City of Haverhill, Massachusetts, War Records Committee. Haverhill in World War II, 729, 1946.

    "Tuttle, Raymond H. Entered Army February 18, 1942; died in service. Staff Sergeant, 51st Armored Infantry Battalion. Went overseas December, 1943. Service ribbon- European-African-Middle Eastern with 2 battle stars. Personal awards - Combat Infantry Badge, Good Conduct Medal. Principal location in U.S., Pine Camp, New York."

  4. City of Haverhill, Massachusetts, War Records Committee. Haverhill in World War II, 91, 1946.

    "Staff Sergeant Raymond H. Tuttle, 31066376, 4th Armored Inf. Div., 3rd Army. Sergeant Tuttle graduated from Haverhill High School in 1937. He was employed at the library, Exeter, N.H. prior to his enlistment on February 18, 1942. He trained at Pine Camp, N.Y., Camp Bowie, Texas, and at camps in Tennessee and Georgia. He was an expert machine gunner. He shipped overseas December, 1943, and was placed in charge of a machine gun squad. He served both in the 51st and 66th Armored Infantry Battalion. He fought in the Battle of St. Lo, and was with General Patton's forces in the push toward the Rhine. He was killed in action November 9, 1944, at the fortress of Metz, and is buried in a U.S. Military Cemetery in Limey, France. Sergeant Tuttle leaves his wife, Mrs. Anita Tuttle, and daughter Carolyn, Exeter, N.H.; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George C. Tuttle, 57 Madison St., one sister and one brother."

  5. 5.0 5.1 Elizabeth A Case Card File