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About Dorothy Tuttle (Ernst)
- '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)
- 'JOHN TUTTLE, the immigrant ancestor of the New Hampshire family, sailed from Bristol Eng., in the "Angel Gabriel;" in 1635. The vessel was wrecked at Pemaquid, on the coast of Maine, Aug. 15, 1635. He went first to Ipswich, Mass. In 1640 his name appears among the first settlers of Dover, where he received lot No. 7 of the 20 acre lots. There were 24 of these 20 acre allotments laid out to as many persons, and that of JOHN TUTTLE is the only on of the 24 that is now and always has been owned by descendants of the first grantee. He d. in Dover, June, 1663, a. abt. 45. leaving wid. DOROTHY and three children. Wid DOROTHY appt. Admx. He was no doubt of the Devon family, as he came from that part of England, and the same arms were in possession of his descendants. A tradition says that he had a brother who settled in Conn. For the first 150 years all of this name in New Hampshire were his descendants. -- Rec. by Charles W. Tuttle, Esq., pub. in N. E. Gen. Reg., Apr. 1867.
- I. A Dau., per. named Elizabeth, and m. Capt. Philip Cromwell.
- II. Thomas, accidentally Killed when a lad, by a falling tree.
- III. John.
- IV. Dorothy, m. Capt. Samuel Tibbets of Dover, N. H.
- 'Full text of "Items of ancestry"
- [The early portion from the Tuttle Family of New Hampshire, by Charles Wesley TuTTi.E, A.M., Ph.D., member of the N. E. Historic Genealogical Society.]
- 'John Tuttle died intestate in May or June, 1663, leaving a widow Dorothy and three children. He was probably not far from forty-five years of age at his death. She was appointed administratrix of her husband's estate, and made return to the court June 30, 1663. Although cut off by death in the prime of life, soon after he settled in this wilderness, his personal property inventoried shows him to have been a well-to-do planter. The court decreed a distribution of the estate, reciting in its decree "yt the eldest daughter of the deceased is married and hath her portion already; that the youngest daughter is to have 15 pounds when she comes to the age of 18 years, or be dispossess of on marrying." The bulk of the property, consisting of real estate, was given to the only son then living, John,' "when he comes to 21 years of age." The widow Dorothy was taxed for several years after, but nothing further is known of her, nor is it known whether she married her husband in England or here. Children :
- i. Elizabeth, ^2 m. before 1663 Capt. Philip Crommett.
- ii. Thomas, killed by a falling tree in youth.
- 2. iii. John, b. 1046; d. June, 1720.
- iv. Dorothy, m. Capt. Samuel Tibbetts.
Came to America with her husband. Poss. a Bill. Died after John, prob. Dover.
Dorothy Tuttle's Timeline
Dover Neck, Strafford, New Hampshire, USA
Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire
Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire, USA
New Hampshire, United States
Dover Neck, New Hampshire, United States
June 30, 1663
Dover, Strafford, NH, USA