Tuttle, Stiles A., Vergennes, was born in Monkton, Vt., in 1846, and settled in Vergennes, Vt., in 1865. He was a farmer in early life, after which he worked as a cabinet maker, and in the year 1871 he engaged in the shade roller business for a time, and in 1883 was made general manager
Francis Tuttle came here from Winchester, about 1859. He married Sarah J., daughter of John Beal, of this town, October 6, 1857, and has had a family of six children, as follows: George A., born September 7, 1859; Frankie, born February 22, 1863, and died May 22, 1864; Fred M. born March 27, 1867; Willie
Rt. Rev. Daniel Sylvester Tuttle, who since 1903 has been presiding bishop of Missouri, was born in Windham, New York, January 26, 1837, a son of Daniel Bliss and Abigail Clarke (Stimpson) Tuttle. The father was born in Wallingford, Connecticut, and was a son of Charles Tuttle, a Revolutionary war soldier of the Connecticut line.
Summerville, Union County, Oregon Adah Emily Tuttle of Summerville, a retired homemaker, died Monday at a local nursing home following an extended illness. She was 82. Funeral services were held this morning at the Summerville Chapel under the auspices of the First Church of Christ Scientist. June Steffen officiated and burial followed at the Summerville
Maria A. Tuttle Answers Call Lived On One Place Since Year ’63 One of Union County’s First Settlers Called to Rest Funeral Friday Mrs. Maria A. Tuttle, wife of Terry Tuttle, died on the old homestead three miles east of Summerville at 2 o’clock this morning. On account of her very advanced age and failing
Summerville, Union County, Oregon Terry Tuttle Passed Beyond One Of County’s Oldest Pioneers Died Yesterday Lived Continuously on the Original Homestead Near Summerville, Fifty-Five Years Terry Tuttle, known as “Grandpa” Tuttle, died at his home yesterday a few miles east of Summerville, after a long period of failing health. He was one of the oldest
Elgin, Union County, Oregon Death of A. R. Tuttle Well Known Citizen and Editor of Elgin Recorder Passes Away The grim reaper, death, has again visited our community and has taken from our midst one of its most prominent citizens. A.R. Tuttle was well known throughout Union and adjacent counties, having been a resident of
Summerville, Union County, Oregon Cap H. Tuttle who died Wednesday at his home in Summerville will be buried in the Summerville cemetery. Funeral will be at the Summerville Chapel, Saturday at 2 p.m. Mr. Tuttle was born in Summerville at the home ranch, March 7, 1888 and has lived all of his life in Summerville.
Death of J. E. Tuttle J. E. Tuttle, of Union, was found unconscious at this home Thursday, Oct 12, at about 11 o’clock, after a few moment’s abasence of members of the family. Dr. Cromwell, the family physician, was called and found Mr. Tuttle suffering from paralysis, and he grew worse until about 1:30, when
Imbler, Union County, Oregon Jeanette Tuttle, 89, of Imbler, and a resident of Union county since she was five years old, died at a local hospital yesterday after a long illness. She was born in Memphis, Mo., in 1858 and had lived in the county for 84 years. She was a member of the Elgin