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Nicknames: "Planter 1635 Passenger", "Isabel Wells", "Isabella Wells"
Birthplace: Ringstead, Northamptonshire, England
Death: Died in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, USA
Managed by: Martha Leavell
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About Isabel Elizabeth Tuttle (Welles)

  • 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/n69/mode/2up
  • Passengers By The Planter.
  • April 24, 1635, These underwritten names are to be transported to New England in the Planter, Nicholas Travice, Master, bound thither, the parties having brought certificates from the minister at St. Albans, in Hertfordshire, and attestation from the justice of the peace, according to the Lords' order.
  • [Signed] Richard Fenn, Alderman.
  • .....................................................................Age.
  • John Tuttell, a mercer....................................39
  • Joan Tuttell....................................................42
  • John Lawrence.............................................17
  • William Lawrence......................................... 12
  • Maria Lawrence............................................. 9
  • Abigail Tuttell.................................................. 6
  • Symon Tuttell................................................. 4
  • Sara Tuttell..................................................... 2
  • John Tuttell..................................................... 1
  • Nathan Haford, servant to John Tuttell..........16
  • George Gidding, husbandman....................... 25
  • Jane Giddings................................................ 20
  • Thomas Carter, 25, Michael Williamson 30, servants to Geo. Giddings..
  • April 6, more for the Planter.
  • Richard Tuttell, husbandman..........................42
  • Ann Tuttell.......................................................41
  • Anna Tuttell.....................................................12
  • John Tuttell......................................................10
  • Rebecca Tuttell............................................... 6
  • 'Isabella Tuttell, (supposed mother of Richard) 70
  • William Tuttell, husbandman............................26
  • Elizabeth Tuttell...............................................23
  • John Tuttell.......................................................3 1/2
  • Anna Tuttell......................................................2 1/4
  • Thomas Tuttell........................................... 3 months
  • Marin Bill..........................................................11
  • It appears from the above list that three distinct families of Tuttles came together in the Planter. Of these, John settled in Ipswitch, Mass., Richard settled in Boston, and William in New Haven.
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  • http://www.historykb.com/Uwe/Forum.aspx/medieval/4417/Wells-Family-DNA-Project-Posted-Results
  • Among 'Isabel (Wells) Tuttle's' descendants is the famous Rev. Jonathan Edwards, the Puritan divine, who is generally believed to be the most brilliant mind of the colonial period. My Richardson line descends from Anne (Edwards) Richardson, the aunt of Rev. Jonathan Edwards. Since there are no known male descendants of this particular Wells family,. it would be difficult to determine this family's DNA. I note, however, that one online genealogical database has placed 'Isabel's father, John Wells', as a member of the same family as Governor Thomas Welles, of Connecticut.
  • Best always, Douglas Richardson, Salt Lake City, Utah
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  • http://www.our-royal-titled-noble-and-commoner-ancestors.com/p34.htm#i1019
  • 'Isabel Wells
  • F, b. circa 1565, d. circa 1635
  • Father John Wells
  • 'Isabel Wells married Simon Tuttle, son of Richard B. Tuttle and Elizabeth. Isabel Wells was born circa 1565 at Ringstead, Northamptonshire, England; Age 70 in 1635. She died circa 1635. She Arrived on the ship "Planter". in 1635.
  • Family 'Simon Tuttle b. 1560, d. 15 Jan 1630
  • Children
  • ?Thomas Tuttle d. bt 20 Jan 1618 - 19 Dec 1627
  • ?William Tuttle+ d. Jun 1673
  • ?Simon Tuttle
  • ?Henry Tuttle+ b. c 1583
  • ?Dorothy Tuttle+ b. c 1592, d. c 1638
  • ?Richard Tuttle+ b. c 1593, d. 8 May 1640
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  • (At least one problem with this tree is Elizabeth Mason is only five years older then her son Richard Tuttle. Cp)
  • http://newsgroups.derkeiler.com/Archive/Soc/soc.genealogy.medieval/2006-04/msg00031.html
  • SOMEONE'S PERSONAL TREE
  • Pedigree summary
  • >>>>>F.>GEN.6/Humphrey TOTEHYLL b: 1482
  • >>>>E.>GEN.5/Thomas TOTEHYLL b: 1506 d: AFT 1544
  • >>>>>F.>GEN.6| \ Maud b: 1485
  • >>>D.>GEN.4/Richard TUTTLE Toothill Totehyll b: 15 Jun 1530 d: 11 Mar 1588/1589
  • >>>>E.>GEN.5| \Elizabeth MASON b: 1526
  • >>C.>GEN.3/'Symon 'Simon Thomas' Toothill TUTHILL b: 1560 d: 15 Jun 1630
  • >>>>>O.>GEN.6| | /John SOUTHCOTT b: 1477
  • >>>>M.>GEN.5| | /Thomas 'Lyncoln' SOUTHCOTT b: 1507
  • >>>>>O.>GEN.6| | | \Johanna HANKEFORD b: 1485
  • >>>D.>GEN.4| \Elizabeth Lyncoln SOUTHCUTT b: BET 1534 AND 1537 d: 1589
  • >>>>>N.>GEN.6| | /John BARNHOUSE b: 1485
  • >>>>M.>GEN.5| \Grace BARNHOUSE b: 1515
  • >>>>>N.>GEN.6| \Margaret KIRKHAM b: ABT 1500
  • >B.>GEN.2/William TUTTLE b: 4 Dec 1607 d: 16 Jun 1673
  • >>>>H.>GEN.5| | /John WELLS b: ABT 1500
  • >>>G.>GEN.4| | /John WELLS b: 1537
  • >>C.>GEN.3| \'Isabel WELLS b: 1565 d: 1635
  • >>>G.>GEN.4| \Jennet LAWTIE b: BET 1540 AND 1550
  • >GEN.1Hannah (aka Anna) TUTHILL
  • >>J.>GEN.3| /Edward MATTHEWS b: 1592
  • >B.>GEN.2\Elizabeth MATTHEWS b: ABT Feb 1611/1612 d: 30 Dec 1684
  • >>>>L.>GEN.5| /Robert NASHE b: ABT 1550
  • >>>K.>GEN.4| /Robert NASHE b: ABT 1572
  • >>J.>GEN.3\Elizabeth NASHE
  • This above extensive pedigree is from Dan Stonecypher
  • I saw one claim more than 10 years ago that Elizabeth Matthews was of nobility/royalty descent. I wrote to that man who was living on island west of Seattle, Washington for proof of it and got instead, request that I pay him for research.
  • W. David Samuelsen
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  • http://www.oocities.com/tiggernut24/Readyhough/tuttle.html
  • The Tuttle story is one of my qualifying stories for Rootsweb's International Black Sheep Society
  • After checking out the citations that people sent me, as much as I could get ahold of them, mostly TAG, and a couple of citations, I never did get ahold of the Prindle book, I found that documents such as wills establish that the Tuttles were of Northampton. My sources, as well as a summary of the disproven roots cited in older Tuttle genealogies in the United States, are below.
  • Ringstead Tuttles
  • This is the true Tuttle lineage. The material is a little confusing.
  • Here is the version I put together;
  • First Generation
  • Thomas Totehyll, Of Woodford, co Northampton, Engl b 1506. assessed for subsidy there, 1544. Karen Price has him marrying Elizabeth Mason, source? He witnessed wills of Robert Crosse, 1524, Robert Pashles, 1538, Sir Silliam Longe, 1541, Elizabeth Whitbread, 1552, Richard Lyncoln, 1545. It seems to me that he must have had sufficient status to witness Sir William Longe's will; he is likely to have had some relationship by blood or marriage to all of these people. Probably father of:
  • Second Generation
    • Richard Tootill, of Woodford, co Northampton, born abat 1530, m Elizabeth _____. Wayne Barnes identifies her as Elizabeth Lyncoln. Source? Price has he d 1587/88 Woodford. Sam has he d 1589/90 in Peterborough. Jacobus cited his will for March 1589 as the date of his death. I infer there might have been more than one Richard Tootill. Jacobus has him supervised will of Richard Beare of Woodford, 3 Nov 1579, witness will of Elizabeth Lyncoln, 1556. Atleast we know there were Lyncolns around, and again, they were probably closely related to the Tuttle family.
    • Children: (from his will)
      • 'Symon, about 1560 Ringstead d 1630.
    • Third Generation
      • *'Simon Totill or Towtills of Ringstead, co Northampton, b abt 1560, buried Ringstead, 6/15/1630, married abt 1592, Isabel Wells, b abt 1565, dau of John Wells of Ringstead, who mentioned her in his will, 1618. Symon mentioned in both his father's will and his father in law's', whose will also named all four Tuttle grandsons (or rather, four of five of them, he left out John). Simon Tuttle supervised will of Mathew Harris of Woodford in 1600. His widow accompanied her sons on the Planter in 1635, but probably didn't live long. See Simon Tuttle's will at Sam Casey's web site. Simon Tuttle was a very well -off man (though not on the same level of well off as my Noyes ancestors, who had advanced into the gentry), with much property and possibly a fair number of sheep. Gene Curtin mentions that the College of Arms was cited as the source for Simon's children by a family historian ordinarily skeptical of noble ancestry claims, from which he infers that Simon Totill had the right to bear a coat of arms. (A well off yeoman could qualify for a coat of arms.) The catalogue of his property from his will reads:
      • land he gave his son Richard, with land, meadows, and commons, and the house and other buildings, where he and his wife live. land, meadows and commons which he bought from Thomas Holding and Edward Asin alias James and of William Sillyman. the dwelling house where Mr. Wrothfall now lives with all the houses that belong to it, and adjoining yard and orchard. John White lived there or held it too, at some point. the meadow which he purchased from Joane Bateman widow, apparently a large meadow, since he divied it up among his family. (William had inherited 20 pounds from his grandfather, John Welles.) a meadow he bought from Eusache Morton and Thomas Ekins. a bedstead adn furniture, a table in the hall with a frame, "framed stools", more than one chimney in his house, good brass pans, a great cubboard, more than two chairs some of them large, a chest by the bed. a malt mill
      • sheep. Half a dozen of them to a specific family member, the others to be divided.
      • one acre of "leyres" which he purchased from Mr. Carier. Could be something to do with the sheep.
      • Atleast thirty-five pounds. Plus 2(xxs) to be given to the church, the poor, etc.
      • 'John Wells' will indicates that he was atleast as well of, perhaps a bit wealthier, than Simon Tuttle. subsidy rolls indicate that John Wells or Weales, and Simon Totehill or Symon Tootwell, of Rinsteed, were assessed for pieces of armor or equipment and amounts of money, I forget what if anything that is supposed to signify.
      • Children:
        • Richard (see below) William (see below) John (named in Simon's will, possibly the individual below) Thomas (the Thomas I couldn't identify with William b abt 1609 who I didn't know where he went yesterday were Thomas the son of Simon, and William Tuttle the emigrant - from Jacobus's version. William was not known to be born in 1607, not 1609, until his baptismal record was found at Ringstead. Simon of Burton Latimer, co Northampton, buried 14 Dec 1630 at Burton Latimer, m by license (why, significance?) Peterborough, dated, Mar 1616/17 Alice James who was bapt at Burton Latimer 30 Jan 1591/2 and bur there Jan 1623/4, dau of Wm James. Simon m (2) Burton Latimer 26 Jun 1624, Katherine Brabooke, dau of Richard and Joan Brabooke of Burton Latimer.
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           Tibbits from New York Family Tree
+ Isabel WELLS
               + Birth 1565 in Ringstead, Northampton, England
               + Death 1635 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA

Parents & Siblings

John WELLS (1537-1618)

Jannet Lawtie (1545-1571)

Spouse & Children

Symon TUTTLE (1560-1630)

                

Henry TUTHILL (1580-1618)

Dorothy TUTTLE (1592-1638)

Richard TOOTILL (1593-1640)

Thomas TOOTILL (1594-1626)

John Tuttle (1596-1656)

Simon TOOTILL (1597-1630)

William TUTTLE (1607-1673)

Simon TUTTLE (1613-)
Abigail TUTTLE (1628-)

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The small barque PLANTER, captained by Nicholas Trarice, left from London England early in April of 1635 and arrived safely in Boston Massachusetts on Sunday 7 Jun 1635. Among the passengers were Isabel (Wells) Tuttell, widow of Symon Tuttell, and her 3 married sons, making up an extended family of 17 Tuttells. Also aboard were 3 Lawrence children from the first marriage of Joan (Antrobus) Tuttell, and Joan's mother Joan (Arnold) Antrobus.

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Isabel Elizabeth Tuttle's Timeline

1565
March 11, 1565
Ringstead, Northamptonshire, England
March 11, 1565
Howden, Cotnesse, York, England
March 11, 1565
Howden, Cotnesse, York, ENG
1580
1580
Age 14
Tharston, Norfolk, UK
1592
June 25, 1592
Age 27
Tharston, Norfolk, , ENG
1592
Age 26
City of London, Greater London, UK
1593
1593
Age 27
Ringstead, Northamptonshire, England
1596
April 2, 1596
Age 31
Ringstead, Northampton, England
1596
Age 30
Ringstead, Northamptonshire, UK
1600
1600
Age 34
Ringstead, Northamptonshire, England