Mary Wallingford (Tuttle) (1670 - 1717) MP

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Birthplace: Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire, USA
Death: Died in Berwick, York, Maine, USA
Managed by: Betty Jo Tarvin
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About Mary Wallingford (Tuttle)

Mary died after 28 December 1717. She was mentioned in her father's will of that date. In her father's will her brother Ebenezer Tuttle was directed to pay "to his Sister Mary Wallingford the Sum of five Pounds." Her father also stated: "Item I will Demise and Bequeth all my Personal Estate that is my House hold Goods & Chattels Bills Bonds Debts Dues which are to be Demaned after the Deceace of my well Beloved wife and not Before to My Three Daughters Equally to be Divided Between Them." (NH Probate Records, State Papers Series, 1:816) In a warrant dated 9 April 1680 John Wallingford and Thomas Thurla were ordered to appear in court "to answer their presentments". (Essex Co., MA, Quarterly Court Rec., 7:23)

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Sources 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/n73/mode/2up 3. John Tuttle, b. 1646; d. June 1720; Capt. of the Dover Military Co.; Judge of Their Majesties' court of Common Pleas, province of New Hampshire; Selectman of Dover, 1686-7-8; Town Clerk from 1691 to 1717; Town Treasurer several years; Mem. of the Provincial Assemby, 1698-9, 1705-6-6. One of the six Dover Commissioners to the N. Hamp. Convention. In 1705 Col. Richard Waldron and Judge Tuttle were the "two provincial mem." of Dover to hear and determine matters relating to Mr. Allen's Claim." He was Chairman of the Board of Public Surveyors of Land; one of the leading members of the chh. at Dover, and with other members of the General Assembly in 1698 subscribed a declaration adversly to transubstantiation, the invocation or adoration of the Virgin Mary or any other Saint, and the Sacrifice of the Mass, as "superstitious and idolatrous." As Capt. of the Dover Co. he had charge of the defenses of the town, and left a large est.; wf. Mary, execx.; Lieut. Tristiam Heard and Capt. Francis Mathews names as trustees for his grandchildren. The hill included in his home farm was ever since been called "Captian's Hill." He gave it to his s. Ebenezer, who sold it to Judge Willett in 1738. I. MARY, m. JOHN WALLINGFORD. 1. Ebenezer. 2. John. 3. Dau., m. James Clements; (2) Hon. THOMAS WALLINGFORD, for 21 yrs. Judge of the Supreme Court of New Hampshire. II. Thomas, b. April 4, 1674; d. in Bay of Campeachy, April 26, 1699. III. John. IV. Sarah, m. Edward Cloutman. V. Elizabeth, m. Samuel, son of Judge Thomas Edgerly. Hon. James H. Edgerly of Rochester, Judge C. C. Pleas, is 5th in descent. VI. James, b. April 7, 1662; m. Rose Pinkham. VII. Ebenezer, g. f. of Hon. Wentworth Tuttle of Maine, Counsellor and Senator. -----------------------------------

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Mary Wallingford's Timeline

1670
1670
Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire, USA
1687
December 6, 1687
Age 17
Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire, USA
1688
December 14, 1688
Age 18
Bradford, Essex, Massachusetts, USA
1693
December 29, 1693
Age 23
1695
September 30, 1695
Age 25
Bradford, Massachusetts
1697
July 28, 1697
Age 27
Bradford, Essex, Massachusetts, USA
1699
March 16, 1699
Age 29
Bradford, , Massachusetts, USA
1717
December 28, 1717
Age 47
Berwick, York, Maine, USA