William Tuttle's Family History; Weston, Clark County, Wisconsin

Bio: Tuttle, William & Johanna (Brown)
Contact: Stan

----Sources: Schwarze Family Records, legal documents from Bethlehem, CT; Woodbury, CT; New Haven, CT, Waterbury, CT & Watertown, CT; Tuttle Family Histories; Connecticut Town Birth Records pre-1870, the Barbour Collection, citing Woodbury vital records volume LR6, page 2 (birth date for Samuel Tuttle, supplied by Linda Mottonen) , Jim Tuttle Family History, Dorothy Johnson Burgraff's collection & Family Photos (contributed by Sharon Scott).

Surnames: Brown, Carter, Crozier, Fleming, Goble, Grimes, LeGrant, Tuttle


William & Johanna (Brown) Tuttle Family History



The Children of Rensselear and Clarissa (Crozier) Tuttle


1. Sherman B--b. 6 Jun 1816 in Utica, Oneida Co., NY; d. 25 Aug 1892 in Colby, Clark, WI; Married Martha Jane Brown 21 Feb 1843.  She was b. 21 Mar 1824 in Chittendon VT and d. 3 Jan 1907 in Campbellsport, Fond du Lac, WI

2. William S. Tuttle--b. 2 Jan 1816, Photo of  William Tuttle (WI State Legislator); Photo of William and Johanna (Brown) Tuttle. (Johanna "Hannah" was a sister to Sherman Tuttle's wife, Martha Jane Brown.  They were the daughters of Theodore & Ruth (Collins) Brown; Photo of Hannah (Brown) Tuttle.

3. John--b.1825

4. Wesley--abt. 1829

5. Albert--b. 12 May 1830

6. Charlotte Melisse--b. abt. 1836

7. Emma/Ellen Marie--b. 1844



The Family of William and Johanna (Brown) Tuttle


Front Row (left to Right)-- Florence Tuttle Gobler (1862-1938) Annie Tuttle Fleming (1866-?)
Second Row--Ruth Tuttle Grimes (1866-1957), Edith Tuttle Carter (1870-1947), Ida Jane Tuttle (1564-1900), Charlotte Tuttle LeGrant (1851-1907)
Back Row--William S. Tuttle (1859-1934), Hannah Brown Tuttle (1825-1896), Seth Tuttle (1860-1910)




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