Obit: Tuttle, Lincoln (1888 - 1956)
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Surnames: Tuttle, Olson, Meyer, Segsletter, Gallagher, Crowin, Dunn, Elvorid, Swan, Watson, Yazel, Copeland, Hanks, Welsch

----Source: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 20 Dec 1956

Tuttle, Lincoln (May 1888 - Dec. 1956)

Lincoln Tuttle, a former citizen of Colby, Wisconsin, died in a Madison hospital at the age of 68 years after a long illness. Funeral services were held in the East Side English Lutheran church in Madison Saturday afternoon.

Mr. Tuttle was born in the town of Colby and received his education at the Colby High School and the Wausau Business College. He lived in Madison the past 25 years.

Surviving are his wife; a brother, Edwin, of Superior and three sisters, Martha Tuttle of Oakland, Calif., Mrs. Oluf Olson of Neillsville and Mrs. Fred Olson of Colby, Wis.

Mr. Tuttle was employed by the Madison Veterans Administration Hospital. He was a veteran of World War I, and a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars.

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Biographical information for these individuals is included in the 1900 Federal Census Record Below.

 

Bio: Tuttle, Lincoln (1888 - 1956)

Bio: Meyer, Albert (1877 - ?)

Bio: Segsletter, Charles (1878 - ?)

Bio: Gallagher, Albert (1881 - ?)

Bio: Crowin, Thomas (1879 - ?)

Bio: Dunn, Abel (1835 - ?)

Bio: Elvorid, Dix (1879 - ?)

Bio: Swan, Charles (1881 - ?)

Bio: Watson, Tom (1879 - ?)

Bio: Watson, William (1869 - ?)

Bio: Watson, Loren (1877 - ?)

Bio: Yazel, Lafayette (1878 - ?)

Bio: Copeland, Dan (1879 - ?)

Bio: James, Alfred (1876 - ?)

Bio: Welsch, Louis (1880 - ?)

Bio: Hanks, Clint (1875 - ?)

 

1900 Federal Census, ED 17 Colby town Colby city Ward West, Clark, Wisconsin, United States, pg. 11, family 20


Name: Lincoln Tuttle, single, white, male

Household Members
Head F M Tuttle M 53 (Feb 1847) Wisconsin
Wife Barbara Tuttle F 52 (Jul 1848) Wisconsin
Daughter Myrtle Tuttle F 25 (Oct 1875) Wisconsin
Son Frank Tuttle M 26 (Jan 1874) Wisconsin
Son Roy Tuttle M 21 (Nov 1879) Wisconsin
Daughter Martha Tuttle F 18 (Apr 1882) Wisconsin
Daughter Sarah Tuttle F 16 (Apr 1884) Wisconsin
Son Lincoln Tuttle M 12 (May 1888) Wisconsin
Son Edwin Tuttle M 10 (Apr 1890) Wisconsin
Boarder Albert Meyer M 23 (Sep 1877) Illinois, single, white male, parents b. Germany
Boarder Charles Segsletter M 22 (Mar 1878) Wisconsin, single, white male, parents b. Austria
Boarder Albert Gallagher M 19 (Sep 1881) Wisconsin, single, white male, father b. Ireland, mother b. Wisconsin
Boarder Thos Crowin M 21 (Jan 1879) Michigan, single, white male, parents b. Canada Eng.
Boarder Abel Dunn M 65 (Mar 1835)Vermont, single, white male, father b. VT, mother b. NH
Boarder Dix Elvorid M 21 (Sep 1879) Wisconsin, single, parents b. Germany
Boarder Chas Swan M 19 (May 1881) Wisconsin, single, white male, parents b. Wisconsin
Boarder Tom Watson M 21 (Feb 1879) Wisconsin, single, white male, father b. Scotland, mother b. Wisconsin
Boarder Wm Watson M 31 (Aug 1869) Wisconsin, single, white male, father b. Scotland, mother b. Wisconsin
Boarder Loren Watson M 23 (Feb 1877) Wisconsin, single, white male, father b. Scotland, mother b. Wisconsin
Boarder Lafayette Yazel M 22 (May 1878) Wisconsin. single, white male, parents b. New York
Boarder Dan Copeland M 21 (Dec 1879) Wisconsin, single, white male, parents b. Wisconsin
Boarder Alfred James M 24 (Jun 1876) Wisconsin, single, white male, father b. Pennsylvania, mother b. Wisconsin
Boarder Louis Welsch M 20 (Mar 1880) Wisconsin, single, white male, parents b. Germany
Boarder Clint Hanks M 25 (Mar 1875) Wisconsin, single, white male, parents b. Ohio

 

 


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