Biographical Sketch of Anson S. Tuttle
(VII) Anson S., son of Joseph (4) Tuttle, was born in Seneca, August 9, 1822, and died in 1902. He was educated in the district schools, and after his father sold his farm he followed the trade of carpenter and woodworker. He was pattern maker and woodworker for some years in the railroad shops at Canandaigua, New York. He married, October 7, 1856, Amanda M. Smith, who was born on the Smith homestead, now (1910) owned by Richard A. Tuttle, mentioned elsewhere. Her father, Wilmarth Smith, was born on the same farm, April 13, 1792. Wilmarth Smith married, in 1812, Saloma Eddy, of Northampton, Massachusetts, and they had eleven children. He was a soldier in the war of 1812. Jonathan Smith, father of Wilmarth, was born at North Addison, Vermont, in 1770, married Lydia Wilmarth, of that town, and had Wilmarth, Asa, Orrin and Amanda Smith. Children of Wilmarth and Saloma Smith: Dolly, Daniel P., Chloe P., Abel W., Annie H., Lydia E., Nancy H., Amanda M., mentioned above, Mary M., Darius C. and Orrin M. B. Smith. Children of Anson S. and Amanda M. (Smith) Tuttle : 1. Caroline A., married Carl C. Herendeen, of Macedon. 2. Annie I., married Edward W. Stephenson, of Farmington. 3. Mary A., married Charles W. Herendeen. 4. Joseph W., mentioned elsewhere. 5. Richard A., mentioned elsewhere. 6. Nettie E., died December 17, 1882.