Bio: Tuttle, William R.

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----Source: 1881 History of Northern Wisconsin, pg. 1032.

Biographical Sketch of William R. Tuttle.

WM. R. TUTTLE. farmer, Chelsea; was born in Oswego Co., N. Y., Nov. 23, 1848. In 1869 he went to Sheboygan Co., and soon after to the mines in Michigan, where he worked at the trade of carpenter; he then went to Green Bay, Wis., and began lumbering. In 1874 he came to Taylor Co., first to Chelsea, then to Westboro, and finally to Medford. In 1876 he married Mrs. Honeywell; in 1877 returned to Chelsea and took a homestead of 40 acres and bought 40 in the town of Westboro, and also house and lot in Chelsea. Ho works at the carpenter's trade and lumbering in connection with farming; he belongs to the Temple of Honor.



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