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Anna Tuthill

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Laurel, Long Island, NY
Death: Died in Walpack Township, Sussex County, New Jersey, United States
Place of Burial: Symmes Burial Ground, Walpack Township, Sussex, New Jersey, USA
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Henry Tuthill, III and Phebe Tuthill (Horton)
Wife of Judge John Cleves Symmes
Mother of Maria Symmes and Anna Tuthill Symmes, First Lady
Half sister of Hannah Tuthill

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http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=12937970

  • The descendants of William and Elizabeth Tuttle, who came from old to New England in 1635, and settled in New Haven in 1639, with numerous biographical notes and sketches : also, some account of the descendants of John Tuttle, of Ipswich; and Henry Tuthill, of Hingham, Mass. (1883)
  • http://www.archive.org/stream/descendantsofwil01tutt#page/n71/mode/2up
  • 22. Henry Tuthill was father of Henry 2d, who was father of Henry 3d, whose dau. 'ANNA TUTHILL, m. JOHN CLEVES (s. of Rev. Timothy) SYMMES, b. July 10, 1742. He was an officer in the rev. army, and after one of the judges of the Supreme court of New Jersey. Not long after the war he bought a tract of land some twenty miles in length, on the north side of the Oldo river, including the site of Cincinnati. He removed to Ohio and res. at North Bend, then called Cleves, having been appointed by Washington U. S. Dist. Judge for the North West Ter. He d. at N. B., Feb., 1614. He m. (2) Widow Halsey of N. J.; (3) Susanna, dau. of Hon. Wm. Livingston of N. J. Her sister was wife of John Jay. By 1st m. he had;
  • 1. Anna, who lived with her grandfather Tuthill at Southold, educated at the female academy at E. Hampton; afterwards a pupil of Mrs. Isabella Graham, and res. in her family. In 1764 accompanied her father and step-mother to res. at No. Bend. where she m. Nov. 22, 1795, William Henry Harrison, then a young officer in command of Fort Hamilton; afterwards President of the United States, in which office he d. in the White House at Washington. She d. Feb. 25, 1861, a. 88 yrs. and 7 months. About the year 1853 the compiler while engaged in surveying a route for the Cincinnati & St. Louis R. R., accepted the proffered hospitality of one of the sons of President Harrrison, then living a few miles below North Bend (Hon. Scott Harrison.) Mr. H. referred to his Tuthill relationships, saying his family had always held them in high esteem. Rev. Joseph Tuthill Daryea, D. D., is of this family.
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  • Tuthill family of Tharston, Norfolk County, England and Southold, Suffolk County, New York; also written Totyl, Totehill, Tothill, Tuttle, etc (1898)
  • http://www.archive.org/stream/tuthillfamilyoft00aker#page/13/mode/2up
  • i. Henry, of Acquebogue, b. before Dec., 1715, d. 17 Sept., 1793; m. 16 Mch., 1738, Phoebe Horton (Caleb, Caleb, Caleb, Barnabas), d. 3 Nov., 1793, in her 75th yr. Henry's grand-da., Anna Symmes, m. President Wm. Henry Harrison, and was the grandmother of President Benjamin Harrison.
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-------------------- The descendants of William and Elizabeth Tuttle, who came from old to New England in 1635, and settled in New Haven in 1639, with numerous biographical notes and sketches : also, some account of the descendants of John Tuttle, of Ipswich; and Henry Tuthill, of Hingham, Mass. (1883)

Henry Tuthill was father of Henry 2d, who was father of Henry 3d, whose dau. 'ANNA TUTHILL, m. JOHN CLEVES (s. of Rev. Timothy) SYMMES, b. July 10, 1742. He was an officer in the rev. army, and after one of the judges of the Supreme court of New Jersey. Not long after the war he bought a tract of land some twenty miles in length, on the north side of the Oldo river, including the site of Cincinnati. He removed to Ohio and res. at North Bend, then called Cleves, having been appointed by Washington U. S. Dist. Judge for the North West Ter. He d. at N. B., Feb., 1614. He m. (2) Widow Halsey of N. J.; (3) Susanna, dau. of Hon. Wm. Livingston of N. J. Her sister was wife of John Jay. By 1st m. he had;

Anna, who lived with her grandfather Tuthill at Southold, educated at the female academy at E. Hampton; afterwards a pupil of Mrs. Isabella Graham, and res. in her family. In 1764 accompanied her father and step-mother to res. at No. Bend. where she m. Nov. 22, 1795, William Henry Harrison, then a young officer in command of Fort Hamilton; afterwards President of the United States, in which office he d. in the White House at Washington. She d. Feb. 25, 1861, a. 88 yrs. and 7 months. About the year 1853 the compiler while engaged in surveying a route for the Cincinnati & St. Louis R. R., accepted the proffered hospitality of one of the sons of President Harrrison, then living a few miles below North Bend (Hon. Scott Harrison.) Mr. H. referred to his Tuthill relationships, saying his family had always held them in high esteem. Rev. Joseph Tuthill Daryea, D. D., is of this family. ------------------- Tuthill family of Tharston, Norfolk County, England and Southold, Suffolk County, New York; also written Totyl, Totehill, Tothill, Tuttle, etc (1898)

Henry, of Acquebogue, b. before Dec., 1715, d. 17 Sept., 1793; m. 16 Mch., 1738, Phoebe Horton (Caleb, Caleb, Caleb, Barnabas), d. 3 Nov., 1793, in her 75th yr. Henry's grand-da., Anna Symmes, m. President Wm. Henry Harrison, and was the grandmother of President Benjamin Harrison. --------------------------------------

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Anna Tuthill's Timeline

1741
October 9, 1741
Laurel, Long Island, NY
1760
October 30, 1760
Age 19
Mattituck, NY, USA
1765
April 23, 1765
Age 23
1775
July 25, 1775
Age 33
Walpack, Sussex, New Jersey, United States
1776
July 25, 1776
Age 34
Walpack Township, Sussex County, New Jersey, United States
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Walpack Township, Sussex, New Jersey, USA