Sarah Martyn (Tuttle) (1632 - 1666)

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Nicknames: "Sarah Martin"
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Birthplace: St Albans, Hertfordshire, , England
Death: Died in Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire
Managed by: Carole (Erickson) Pomeroy, Vol. Curator
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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)
  • http://www.archive.org/stream/descendantsofwil01tutt#page/n67/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..
  • http://www.archive.org/stream/descendantsofwil01tutt#page/n85/mode/2up
  • John Tuttle of Ipswich.
  • Brother of Richard of Boston. The settlement at Ipswich, Mass., was begun in March, 1633, by John Winthrop, jr., (afterwards Gov. of Conn.) and twelve others; who were joined next year by Rev. Thomas Parker and one hundred others from Wiltshire, Eng. John Tuttle joined the settlement the same year that he arrived in the Planter, as appears by the town record in 1635; "a road four rods wide is reserved through John Tuttle's, 150 acres east of Mill river to the common." He was made a freeman March 13, 1639; Representative 1644. In 1651 he is called "Mr.," a way being reserved between "Mr. Tuttle's swamp and the ends of the lots."-- Felt's Hist. of Ipswich. March 13, 1650, John Tuttell of Ipswich, merchant, gave bond for (english pound)2000 to Daniel __ffaivax and Isaac Legay of London, merchants, to pay (english pound)1180 10s. in provisions and cattle before Nov., 1650. and he consigned to them goods, &c., value (english pound)812 3s. and a penny as per invoice signed by Joanna his wife. The bond was discharged by payment in full in 1652 by Mrs. Joanna Tuttle. He went to Ireland about the time that the disheartened colonists at New Haven were negotiating for the purchase of the city of Galloway in Ireland for a future home. He established himself advantageously there and did not return. He d. at Carrickfergus, Dec. 30, 1656. His wife Joanna followed him to Ireland in 1654. She was before m. to John Tuttle a widow Lawrence. The Dane pamphlet contains a facsimile of John Tuttle's autograph.
  • I. Abigail, b. 1629.
  • II. Symon, b. 1631.
  • III. 'SARAH, b. 1633; m. 1654 RICHARD MARTIN.
  • IV. John, b. 1634; m. Mary ___ and had; 1. Mary, b. April 23 1663.
  • V. Mary, b. 1635; m. Thomas Burnham.
  • VI. Simon, b. 1637; m. 1659 Joan Burnham; (2) 1663 Sarah Cogswell.
  • http://www.archive.org/stream/descendantsofwil01tutt#page/n87/mode/2up
  • John Tuttle & Joanna, widow Lawrence
  • 'SARAH TUTTLE, b. 1633; d. Dec. 1, 1666; m. Feb. 1, 1654, RICHARD MARTIN. He was a merchant, one of the founders of the First chh., Portsmouth, N. H.; Reb. and Speaker of the House. He m. (2) Martha, wid. of John Denison. She was dau. of Lieut. Gov. Samuel Symonds of Mass., and his wife, who was a dau. of Gov. Winthrop of Mass. He m. (3) Elizabeth, dau. of Henry Sherburne. She had been twice a wid. Her 1st husband was Tobias Landon, m. 1656; (2) Tobias Lear, m. 1667; (3) RICHARD MARTIN. He m. (4) Mary Denning, wid. of Samuel Wentworth, and mother of Lieut. Gov. John Wentworth of Mass. She d. Jan 20, 1724-25, and her funeral sermon was preached by Rev. Jabez Fitch, a copy of which is in possession of Mark Hunking Wentworth of Portsmouth, N. H. --Wentworth Mormorial. i. all by 1st m.
  • I. Mary Martin, b. June 7, 1655.
  • II. Sarah Martin b. July 2, 1657; m. John Cutt.
  • III. Richard Martin, b. 1659; Harv. Col. 1680; schoolmater and preacher, but never ordained; preached at Wells, Me., and d. 1680.
  • IV. Elizabeth Martin, b. 1662.
  • V. Hannah Martin, b. 1664; m. Richard Jose, sheriff, and had 6 chil.
  • VI. Michael Martin, b. 1666.
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  • http://home.earthlink.net/~herblst/tuttle_family.htm
  • Notes for John Tuttle: Listed as passenger on ship Planter, 1635, sailing from London April 10, 1635, and arrived at Boston on Sunday, June 7, 1635. John Tuttle, age 39, and family boarded ship at St. Albans, Hertfordshire, Ipswich England. With him was wife, Joan 42, children, Abigail 6, Simon 4, SARAH 2 and John 1. Also wife's mother, Mrs. Joan Antrobus 65. "John joined the settlement [Ipswich] the same year that he arrived in the "Planter", as appears by the town record in 1635...he was made a freeman 13 March, 1639...representative 1644... he went to Ireland about the time that the disheartened colonists at New Haven were negotiating for the purchase of the city of Galloway in Ireland for a future home...he established himself advantageously there and did not return..."
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-------------------- daughter of John TUTTLE and Joane ANTROBUS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Sarah, age 2, arrived from London on the Planter with her parents and several older siblings gs. Her parents returned to England after several more (probably) children were born in America. They probably settled in Ireland after their return. Sarah m. 1 Feb. 1654, Richard Martin [ref 20]

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Sarah Martyn's Timeline

1631
September 4, 1631
1632
September 4, 1632
St Albans, Hertfordshire, , England
September 4, 1632
1654
February 1, 1654
Age 21
Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
1655
June 7, 1655
Age 22
NH, USA
1657
July 3, 1657
Age 24
NH, USA
1659
January 10, 1659
Age 26
Portsmouth, NH, USA
1662
July 31, 1662
Age 29
Portsmouth, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States
1664
January 2, 1664
Age 31
Portsmouth, NH, USA
1666
February 3, 1666
Age 33
Portsmouth, NH, USA