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    1. [TUTHILL] removel of e-mails between paulshobby & genbug@olypen.com
    2. Paul Brown
    3. Dear Sir, Maxine just brought to my attention that our e-mails were on the internet.  If I am the guilty person, then my error is grievous.   However, regardless of whom is to blame, please remove all of these as such is a breach of confidence. Sincerely, Paul A. Brown

    05/26/2008 02:28:03
    1. Re: [TUTHILL] TR = Re: Tuttle question on migration.
    2. Theresa Ragsdale
    3. Thank you for responding to the inquiry. What you mentioned about he war is interesting and makes sense. It reminds me that I am stuck in the time zone of 1800-1900 with my Tuttle line because I have little information on his parents and have forgotten about when most Tuttles first arrived in America. Thanks again. I hope to hear from others who have family that moved to Canada from the US. TuttleGenealogy@aol.com wrote: TO: THERESA 8/22/07 12:15 PLEASE SEE COMMENTS INSERTED BELOW. :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: In a message dated 8/21/2007 6:33:19 PM Eastern Daylight Time, tkragsdale1976@yahoo.com writes: I have questions that may elicit responses and get the group talking. I HOPE THAT IS WHAT HAPPENS TOO FOR BOTH TUTTLE AND TUTHILL LISTS. Why did some Tuttle's migrate to Canada from the New England states? MY TUTTLE LINE, WHICH WAS THROUGH STEPHEN TUTTLE, WERE LOYALISTS DURING THE AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY WAR. THEY FLED TO QUEBEC INITIALLY ABOUT 1775 OR A LITTLE EARLIER AND THEN HEADED TO NOVA SCOTIA. A WONDERFUL AND GENEROUS LADY IN NS WAS NICE ENOUGH TO HELP ME UNDERSTAND THIS RELOCATION OF MY TUTTLE FAMILY LINE AND THAT CLEARED UP A LOT OF CONFUSION IN MY MIND. I AM VERY APPRECIATIVE OF HER HELP AND I HAVE FOUND THE NS FOLKS, WHO ARE OUR FRIENDS, TO BE EXTREMELY HELPFUL ON NUMEROUS OCCASIONS. MY TUTTLES ULTIMATELY, AFTER THE PASSING OF ABOUT 125 YEARS IN NS RETURNED TO THE BOSTON, MA AREA, WHICH IS WHERE THEY HAD ORIGINALLY LANDED AROUND 1634. Why did some Tuttle's migrate from Canada to Minnesota? I CAN'T HELP MUCH WITH THIS QUESTION. Theresa Ragsdale Researching: Tuttle, Cline, Collins, Tollefsrud, Rotering/Rothering --------------------------------- Search: Tuttle, Pingree, Weatherbee, Ellershaw, Stetson, Carcieri, Cote, Parisi, McCreary, McDaniel + Prescott William R. Tuttle, Esq. TuttleGenealogy@aol.com ************************************** Get a sneak peek of the all-new AOL at http://discover.aol.com/memed/aolcom30tour ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to TUTHILL-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message --------------------------------- Looking for a deal? Find great prices on flights and hotels with Yahoo! FareChase.

    08/22/2007 01:05:43
    1. Re: [TUTHILL] Tuttles to Minnesota
    2. Theresa Ragsdale
    3. WOW! This matches with the information what Paul Brown told me from the "Tuttle/Tuthill Lines in America" by Alva Tuttle. He stated that from the book my William Nelson Tuttle was a woodsman, hunter, freighter. William Nelson Tuttle's soon to be bride and family moved to the Todd County, MN area in 1873 from WV (from "Peter Cline, Revolutionary Soldier and His Descendants" by Cecil L. Cline). William Nelson Tuttle and Jenetta Cline married in about 1879. Thanks for helping put 1 and 1 together to get 2. Theresa wflowers@beyondgrandmasattic.com wrote: Theresa, If the migration occurred sometime between 1850-1910, especially between 1870-1890, my guess is that they were following the White Pine. They were probably loggers who had to move along westward as they felled the big pines. Look particularly for settlement along and nearby the St. Croix River in Minnesota, which partially defines the border between Minnesota and Wisconsin. Also if settlement occurred in the north-central, or north-eastern part of the state, that could also indicate logging. Hope that helps! Bill Flowers Forest Lake, Minnesota --------------------------------- Sick sense of humor? Visit Yahoo! TV's Comedy with an Edge to see what's on, when.

    08/22/2007 12:51:46
    1. [TUTHILL] JF = Re: [TUTTLE] History Of Chelsea Massachusetts + NJ
    2. In a message dated 8/22/2007 8:17:18 AM Eastern Daylight Time, JANICEFRIEL@aol.com writes: Norman I did a little search and saw there was a Samuel Tuttle from Morris county, NJ. Was he one of the children? Who were the children and how do you know that there were other children not mentioned. Janice ************************************** Hi Janice: 8/22/07 12:30 Do you have any DOB or DOD for this particular Samuel Tuttle as I would be related to him almost certainly. I would be sure that this family was located earlier in New Haven, CT or that area before being in NJ. Note that NJ was part of CT in the early years and that is one reason why they went there. By the way, my father, brother and son are or were all named Samuel Tuttle. Regards, Bill Tuttle. Search: Tuttle, Pingree, Weatherbee, Ellershaw, Stetson, Carcieri, Cote, Parisi, McCreary, McDaniel + Prescott William R. Tuttle, Esq. TuttleGenealogy@aol.com ************************************** Get a sneak peek of the all-new AOL at http://discover.aol.com/memed/aolcom30tour

    08/22/2007 06:38:55
    1. [TUTHILL] TR = Re: Tuttle question on migration.
    2. TO: THERESA 8/22/07 12:15 PLEASE SEE COMMENTS INSERTED BELOW. :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: In a message dated 8/21/2007 6:33:19 PM Eastern Daylight Time, tkragsdale1976@yahoo.com writes: I have questions that may elicit responses and get the group talking. I HOPE THAT IS WHAT HAPPENS TOO FOR BOTH TUTTLE AND TUTHILL LISTS. Why did some Tuttle's migrate to Canada from the New England states? MY TUTTLE LINE, WHICH WAS THROUGH STEPHEN TUTTLE, WERE LOYALISTS DURING THE AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY WAR. THEY FLED TO QUEBEC INITIALLY ABOUT 1775 OR A LITTLE EARLIER AND THEN HEADED TO NOVA SCOTIA. A WONDERFUL AND GENEROUS LADY IN NS WAS NICE ENOUGH TO HELP ME UNDERSTAND THIS RELOCATION OF MY TUTTLE FAMILY LINE AND THAT CLEARED UP A LOT OF CONFUSION IN MY MIND. I AM VERY APPRECIATIVE OF HER HELP AND I HAVE FOUND THE NS FOLKS, WHO ARE OUR FRIENDS, TO BE EXTREMELY HELPFUL ON NUMEROUS OCCASIONS. MY TUTTLES ULTIMATELY, AFTER THE PASSING OF ABOUT 125 YEARS IN NS RETURNED TO THE BOSTON, MA AREA, WHICH IS WHERE THEY HAD ORIGINALLY LANDED AROUND 1634. Why did some Tuttle's migrate from Canada to Minnesota? I CAN'T HELP MUCH WITH THIS QUESTION. Theresa Ragsdale Researching: Tuttle, Cline, Collins, Tollefsrud, Rotering/Rothering --------------------------------- Search: Tuttle, Pingree, Weatherbee, Ellershaw, Stetson, Carcieri, Cote, Parisi, McCreary, McDaniel + Prescott William R. Tuttle, Esq. TuttleGenealogy@aol.com ************************************** Get a sneak peek of the all-new AOL at http://discover.aol.com/memed/aolcom30tour

    08/22/2007 06:24:21
    1. [TUTHILL] Tuttle question
    2. Theresa Ragsdale
    3. I have questions that may elicit responses and get the group talking. Why did some Tuttle's migrate to Canada from the New England states? Why did some Tuttle's migrate from Canada to Minnesota? Theresa Ragsdale Researching: Tuttle, Cline, Collins, Tollefsrud, Rotering/Rothering --------------------------------- Looking for a deal? Find great prices on flights and hotels with Yahoo! FareChase.

    08/20/2007 02:45:38
    1. Re: [TUTHILL] GKT = Re: [TUTTLE] History Of Chelsea Massachusetts - Pingree + Tuttle
    2. John Slaughter
    3. Bill, I'd suggest subscribing to both the MAEssex and MA-Bay-Colony lists and posting what you have. There will be overlap in the subscribers, but it will still get you to about 400+ people who may be able to help. John In loving memory of our son, Brennan. 11/10/88-5/31/01. http://john-slaughter.rootsweb.com/Brennan.html MA-Bay-Colony & MAMiddle list moderator USGenWeb County Coordinator Essex County, MA - http://www.rootsweb.com/~maessex Middlesex County, MA - http://www.rootsweb.com/~mamiddle USGenWeb Town Coordinator Ipswich, Essex, MA - http://www.rootsweb.com/~macipswi >From: TuttleGenealogy@aol.com >To: maessexgenweb@hotmail.com, TuttleGenealogy@aol.com, >Tuttle@rootsweb.com, TUTHILL-L@rootsweb.com >Subject: GKT = Re: [TUTTLE] History Of Chelsea Massachusetts - Pingree + >Tuttle >Date: Mon, 20 Aug 2007 15:14:32 EDT > >To John Slaughter: 8/20/07 14:55 > >My William Tuttle line, in the mid 1630s moved north from Rumney Marsh or >Chelsea, MA up to Essex County before they later moved on to help found New >Haven, CT. They can be found in various towns in Essex County, including >Georgetown and Newburyport records. > >In fact, my Pingree and Tuttle ancestors were both situated in Essex >County, >MA and even in the same towns at the same time. > >A separate line or branch of the Tuttles, using the spelling started by >Henry Tuthill, settled in Hingham, MA before they later moved on to >Southold, >Long Island, NY. > >In the late 1890s the Tuttle line of mine returned to Somerville, MA from >Nova Scotia as they were Loyalists during the American Revolutionary War >and >Stephen Tuttle fled north from some location along the Hudson River in NY. > >I welcome any data your listers can post and add to my database of Tuttles, >Pingrees and others. > >I appreciate all of the work you have been doing and when my available time >improves, then I plan to dig into your material much more deeply. Keep up >the >good work! > >Search: Tuttle, Pingree, Weatherbee, Ellershaw, Stetson, Carcieri, Cote, >Parisi, McCreary, McDaniel + Prescott > >William R. Tuttle, Esq. >TuttleGenealogy@aol.com > > > > > >************************************** Get a sneak peek of the all-new AOL >at >http://discover.aol.com/memed/aolcom30tour >From: TuttleGenealogy@aol.com >To: tuttle@rootsweb.com, shaggy41@pmtnet.net, >TuttleGenealogy@aol.com,tuthill@rootsweb.com >Subject: GKT = Re: [TUTTLE] History Of Chelsea Massachusetts - Tuttle >Date: Mon, 20 Aug 2007 14:50:15 EDT > >Hi Gerry: 8/20/07 14:30 > >Glad to see that you are keeping the Tuttle list alive. It sure has been >quiet lately. > >I continue to be very busy trying to prepare for some home reparis and home >improvements, so not able to do a lot right now on my research. I need to >get >a law office created at home as I think my offic ebuilding will get sold >and >torn down before too long. > >In any event, I still collect all of the data that I can and enter a little >as time permits. A fellow from England contacted my about the Ellershaws, >which are ancestors of my wife. By taking his data and my data, I now have >a good >run of that name from our sons back to an earlier time in England. That >was >a pleasant connection, so I keep my hand in as time permits. > >I would be happy to receive those Chelsea pages from you. My Tuttles landed >at Rumney Marsh, but went up to the North Shore or Essex County before a >long >period of time had elapsed. Therefore, I would like to see how your newly >found data complements my current data. > >Do you have the online address to go to the site where this Chelsea data >can >be downloaded? > >More later, Bill Tuttle. > > >Search: Tuttle, Pingree, Weatherbee, Ellershaw, Stetson, Carcieri, Cote, >Parisi, McCreary, McDaniel + Prescott > >William R. Tuttle, Esq. >TuttleGenealogy@aol.com > > > >::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: >In a message dated 8/19/2007 9:38:08 PM Eastern Daylight Time, >shaggy41@pmtnet.net writes: > >Hi Folks, I have gotten a copy of the book,"A Documentary History Of >Chelsea- Including The Precincts Of Winnisimmet, Rummney Marsh, And Pullen >Point, >1624-1824", In it is 20 , 25 pages on The Tuttle farms, Starting at Richard >Tuttle 1593 and his wife Ann Taylor, through most of his Descendants to the >year of 1824,I believe the last one mentioned is Jonathan Tuttle, it does >mention, Edward Sr, Edwaed Jr, Samuel Sr, and also Richard Tuttle 1754 who >married >Eunice Burrill. I am suprized to find, that with Richard 1754, when they >list his children he is missing a couple of kids, on the list one being my >Josiah Tuttle who married Hannah Jane Elder, Is there any Documentation >for the >Birth of Josiah Tuttle to Richard Tuttle and Eunice Burrill, I know that >Alva >Maurice Tuttle says he is almost certain that Josiah is the child of >Richard >and Eunice. I would like to find concrete Documentation.,If it is out >there. >I can send pages of this book to anybody who wants to read on a spe! >cific person, if they are listed, I found the book online at Heritage >Quest >and you can down load the section you want,Which I did. I would love to >see >this mailing list come alive again. It has been as dead as can be for a >long >time. > >Gerald K Tuttle Jr >My Tuttle Line >Richard Tuttle 1593, Ann Taylor >John Tuttle 1625 ,Mary Holyoke >Edward Tuttle Sr 1651, Abigail Floyd >Edward Tuttle Jr, 1680, Joahannah Anna Floyd >Samule Tuttle Sr 1715, Anna Sargeant >Richhard Tuttle 1754, Eunice Burrill >Josiah Tuttle 1780, Hannah Jane Elder >Thomas Conant Tuttle 1815, Elizabeth Francis Anderson >Thomas Corwin Tuttle 1844, Emily Eaton Underwood. (I have documentation, >middle name is Corwin not Conant,so he is not Jr, as printed in Alva >Maurice >Tuttle's Book) >William Stanly Tuttle 1879, Minnie Belle Arrismith >Gerald U Tuttle 1901, Elizabeth Carpenter >Gerald K Tuttle Sr 1935 (Living), Sarah Ann Howard >Gerald K Tuttle Jr (Me) Oct 1957, Debbie Dee Dowd >Gerald K Tuttle 3rd (MY Son)1982, Tina Garcia >Jonathan Nicholis Tuttle (Grandson 5 yr's old) > >------------------------------- > > > > > > > >************************************** Get a sneak peek of the all-new AOL >at >http://discover.aol.com/memed/aolcom30tour _________________________________________________________________ Learn.Laugh.Share. Reallivemoms is right place! http://www.reallivemoms.com?ocid=TXT_TAGHM&loc=us

    08/20/2007 12:05:24
    1. [TUTHILL] GKT = Re: [TUTTLE] History Of Chelsea Massachusetts - Pingree + Tuttle
    2. To John Slaughter: 8/20/07 14:55 My William Tuttle line, in the mid 1630s moved north from Rumney Marsh or Chelsea, MA up to Essex County before they later moved on to help found New Haven, CT. They can be found in various towns in Essex County, including Georgetown and Newburyport records. In fact, my Pingree and Tuttle ancestors were both situated in Essex County, MA and even in the same towns at the same time. A separate line or branch of the Tuttles, using the spelling started by Henry Tuthill, settled in Hingham, MA before they later moved on to Southold, Long Island, NY. In the late 1890s the Tuttle line of mine returned to Somerville, MA from Nova Scotia as they were Loyalists during the American Revolutionary War and Stephen Tuttle fled north from some location along the Hudson River in NY. I welcome any data your listers can post and add to my database of Tuttles, Pingrees and others. I appreciate all of the work you have been doing and when my available time improves, then I plan to dig into your material much more deeply. Keep up the good work! Search: Tuttle, Pingree, Weatherbee, Ellershaw, Stetson, Carcieri, Cote, Parisi, McCreary, McDaniel + Prescott William R. Tuttle, Esq. TuttleGenealogy@aol.com ************************************** Get a sneak peek of the all-new AOL at http://discover.aol.com/memed/aolcom30tour

    08/20/2007 09:14:32
    1. [TUTHILL] GKT = Re: [TUTTLE] History Of Chelsea Massachusetts - Tuttle
    2. Hi Gerry: 8/20/07 14:30 Glad to see that you are keeping the Tuttle list alive. It sure has been quiet lately. I continue to be very busy trying to prepare for some home reparis and home improvements, so not able to do a lot right now on my research. I need to get a law office created at home as I think my offic ebuilding will get sold and torn down before too long. In any event, I still collect all of the data that I can and enter a little as time permits. A fellow from England contacted my about the Ellershaws, which are ancestors of my wife. By taking his data and my data, I now have a good run of that name from our sons back to an earlier time in England. That was a pleasant connection, so I keep my hand in as time permits. I would be happy to receive those Chelsea pages from you. My Tuttles landed at Rumney Marsh, but went up to the North Shore or Essex County before a long period of time had elapsed. Therefore, I would like to see how your newly found data complements my current data. Do you have the online address to go to the site where this Chelsea data can be downloaded? More later, Bill Tuttle. Search: Tuttle, Pingree, Weatherbee, Ellershaw, Stetson, Carcieri, Cote, Parisi, McCreary, McDaniel + Prescott William R. Tuttle, Esq. TuttleGenealogy@aol.com ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: In a message dated 8/19/2007 9:38:08 PM Eastern Daylight Time, shaggy41@pmtnet.net writes: Hi Folks, I have gotten a copy of the book,"A Documentary History Of Chelsea- Including The Precincts Of Winnisimmet, Rummney Marsh, And Pullen Point, 1624-1824", In it is 20 , 25 pages on The Tuttle farms, Starting at Richard Tuttle 1593 and his wife Ann Taylor, through most of his Descendants to the year of 1824,I believe the last one mentioned is Jonathan Tuttle, it does mention, Edward Sr, Edwaed Jr, Samuel Sr, and also Richard Tuttle 1754 who married Eunice Burrill. I am suprized to find, that with Richard 1754, when they list his children he is missing a couple of kids, on the list one being my Josiah Tuttle who married Hannah Jane Elder, Is there any Documentation for the Birth of Josiah Tuttle to Richard Tuttle and Eunice Burrill, I know that Alva Maurice Tuttle says he is almost certain that Josiah is the child of Richard and Eunice. I would like to find concrete Documentation.,If it is out there. I can send pages of this book to anybody who wants to read on a spe! cific person, if they are listed, I found the book online at Heritage Quest and you can down load the section you want,Which I did. I would love to see this mailing list come alive again. It has been as dead as can be for a long time. Gerald K Tuttle Jr My Tuttle Line Richard Tuttle 1593, Ann Taylor John Tuttle 1625 ,Mary Holyoke Edward Tuttle Sr 1651, Abigail Floyd Edward Tuttle Jr, 1680, Joahannah Anna Floyd Samule Tuttle Sr 1715, Anna Sargeant Richhard Tuttle 1754, Eunice Burrill Josiah Tuttle 1780, Hannah Jane Elder Thomas Conant Tuttle 1815, Elizabeth Francis Anderson Thomas Corwin Tuttle 1844, Emily Eaton Underwood. (I have documentation, middle name is Corwin not Conant,so he is not Jr, as printed in Alva Maurice Tuttle's Book) William Stanly Tuttle 1879, Minnie Belle Arrismith Gerald U Tuttle 1901, Elizabeth Carpenter Gerald K Tuttle Sr 1935 (Living), Sarah Ann Howard Gerald K Tuttle Jr (Me) Oct 1957, Debbie Dee Dowd Gerald K Tuttle 3rd (MY Son)1982, Tina Garcia Jonathan Nicholis Tuttle (Grandson 5 yr's old) ------------------------------- ************************************** Get a sneak peek of the all-new AOL at http://discover.aol.com/memed/aolcom30tour

    08/20/2007 08:50:15
    1. Re: [TUTHILL] New administrator
    2. In a message dated 7/4/2007 12:45:51 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time, dave@fuzzo.com writes: I have volunteered to step in and take over as administrator. congratulations, thanks and good luck! ************************************** See what's free at http://www.aol.com.

    07/04/2007 06:14:56
    1. [TUTHILL] New administrator
    2. David M. Lawrence
    3. Hello all, My name is Dave Lawrence. I have volunteered to step in and take over as administrator. Most of the time you won't even know that I am here, but, if you need something, feel free to contact me at dave@fuzzo.com. Sincerely, Dave Lawrence ------------------------------------------------------ David M. Lawrence | Home: (804) 559-9786 7471 Brook Way Court | Fax: (804) 559-9787 Mechanicsville, VA 23111 | Email: dave@fuzzo.com USA | http: http://fuzzo.com ------------------------------------------------------ "We have met the enemy and he is us." -- Pogo "No trespassing 4/17 of a haiku" -- Richard Brautigan

    07/03/2007 06:42:44
    1. Re: [TUTHILL] FWR = Re: message from administrator of interest to Tuttle listers too
    2. Fred
    3. Hi Bill and all, To answer you questions the best I can, I can tell you this; Rootsweb owns the lists and has for quite a few years now. In the beginning, we paid for web space to use for our lists. They got the idea that they would give us the space free, but in return, they owned the material on them. Therefore, they will not let the lists just die off. They will put them up for adoption if I don't find new admins for them myself. Until they are adopted, the Rootsweb team will administer them. As for the merging of lists, they will not do that either. The lists are as they are. In fact, they advertise just how many thousands of lists they have and are very proud of that fact. If they delete or merge lists, they cut back on those numbers! So, not to worry folks! This and all existing lists will be properly maintained even if it's not one of us :) I will still be a member of the list and participate just like all of you presently do. I just won't be the one to watch and keep the peace any more :) This is a great list and it will continue as such. Of that, I'm very sure! Fred Subject: FWR = Re: [TUTHILL] message from administrator of interest to Tuttle listers too In a message dated 7/2/2007 11:19:10 AM Eastern Daylight Time, freese@netins.net writes: To the subscribers of this list: (Tuthill list) I am the administrator of this list. I am presently ready to give the list to the next person who will take it over and be the administrator. I have done this for many years now and have decided that it is time for me to do other things which will require more of my attention, not leaving me to devote the attention that this list needs and requires. Therefore, I am asking if there are any on this list that would be willing to be the new administrator. If someone is interested, please contact me privately at: freese@netins.net Thank you, Fred W. Reese ------------------------------- Hi Fred: 7/3/07 00:20 (Fred is Administrator of the Tuthill list) I have neither the knowledge nor the time right now to handle a genealogy list, but it must be interesting to do. I certainly hope that someone steps forward to handle the Tuthill list and to keep it going. I have one general question to which there may not be any answer. As I look through my family listing, I see branches that used the Tuthill spelling and a much larger base with branches where the family used the Tuttle spelling. From memory, I guess Henry (Tuttle) Tuthill first settled in Hingham, MA and later removed to Southold, Long Island, NY. I understand that the Brooklyn Library has possession of a huge store of Tuthill genealogy data. It is interesting to know that there still is a Tuttleville neighborhood in the northern part of Hingham, MA, which is still a rather prosperous town. It is even more interesting to know that for some lengthy period of time, Tuttleville was a black community located inside what was then probably a very white Yankee town. My understanding was that the black residents were free and typically worked for fairly well to do folks in nearby South Weymouth as well as Hingham, MA. Perhaps, someone else with more and better knowledge can add more accurate information than I have currently saved in my head about all of this subject matter. In any event, my question is would it make sense to merge the Tuthill and Tuttle lists perhaps by using a hyphen to indicate the research involves the family name with more than one spelling. Just an idea in case no one steps forward to carry on your good work. Oh, thanks for doing it so well. By the way, I just save all Tuttle and Tuthill data that I come across during my genealogy research, so I welcome any new data that gets posted on your list. Perhaps, you can end with a flourish and have a roll-call or something that whips up enthusiasm for Tuthill listers that are a bit quiet right now. That might also spur the Tuttle listers into action as well. Bye and good luck! Regards, Bill Tuttle. Search: Tuttle, Pingree, Weatherbee, Ellershaw, Stetson, Carcieri, Cote, Parisi, McCreary, McDaniel + Prescott William R. Tuttle, Esq. TuttleGenealogy@aol.com ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ See what's free at AOL.com.

    07/03/2007 03:23:20
    1. [TUTHILL] FWR = Re: message from administrator of interest to Tuttle listers too
    2. In a message dated 7/2/2007 11:19:10 AM Eastern Daylight Time, freese@netins.net writes: To the subscribers of this list: (Tuthill list) I am the administrator of this list. I am presently ready to give the list to the next person who will take it over and be the administrator. I have done this for many years now and have decided that it is time for me to do other things which will require more of my attention, not leaving me to devote the attention that this list needs and requires. Therefore, I am asking if there are any on this list that would be willing to be the new administrator. If someone is interested, please contact me privately at: freese@netins.net Thank you, Fred W. Reese ------------------------------- Hi Fred: 7/3/07 00:20 (Fred is Administrator of the Tuthill list) I have neither the knowledge nor the time right now to handle a genealogy list, but it must be interesting to do. I certainly hope that someone steps forward to handle the Tuthill list and to keep it going. I have one general question to which there may not be any answer. As I look through my family listing, I see branches that used the Tuthill spelling and a much larger base with branches where the family used the Tuttle spelling. >From memory, I guess Henry (Tuttle) Tuthill first settled in Hingham, MA and later removed to Southold, Long Island, NY. I understand that the Brooklyn Library has possession of a huge store of Tuthill genealogy data. It is interesting to know that there still is a Tuttleville neighborhood in the northern part of Hingham, MA, which is still a rather prosperous town. It is even more interesting to know that for some lengthy period of time, Tuttleville was a black community located inside what was then probably a very white Yankee town. My understanding was that the black residents were free and typically worked for fairly well to do folks in nearby South Weymouth as well as Hingham, MA. Perhaps, someone else with more and better knowledge can add more accurate information than I have currently saved in my head about all of this subject matter. In any event, my question is would it make sense to merge the Tuthill and Tuttle lists perhaps by using a hyphen to indicate the research involves the family name with more than one spelling. Just an idea in case no one steps forward to carry on your good work. Oh, thanks for doing it so well. By the way, I just save all Tuttle and Tuthill data that I come across during my genealogy research, so I welcome any new data that gets posted on your list. Perhaps, you can end with a flourish and have a roll-call or something that whips up enthusiasm for Tuthill listers that are a bit quiet right now. That might also spur the Tuttle listers into action as well. Bye and good luck! Regards, Bill Tuttle. Search: Tuttle, Pingree, Weatherbee, Ellershaw, Stetson, Carcieri, Cote, Parisi, McCreary, McDaniel + Prescott William R. Tuttle, Esq. TuttleGenealogy@aol.com ************************************** See what's free at http://www.aol.com.

    07/02/2007 06:52:40
    1. [TUTHILL] message from admin
    2. Fred
    3. To the subscribers of this list: I am the administrator of this list. I am presently ready to give the list to the next person who will take it over and be the administrator. I have done this for many years now and have decided that it is time for me to do other things which will require more of my attention, not leaving me to devote the attention that this list needs and requires. Therefore, I am asking if there are any on this list that would be willing to be the new administrator. If someone is interested, please contact me privately at: freese@netins.net Thank you, Fred W. Reese

    07/02/2007 04:18:26
    1. [TUTHILL] AW = Re: [NS-L] William E. Tuttle of Montgomery, MN
    2. In a message dated 4/28/2007 11:57:35 AM Eastern Daylight Time, awilton@cogeco.ca writes: Hi everyone.... I see this a lot here where you have misplaced and address for someone online...here is a little hint that I do and I always have my addys handy.. when I see someone posting here that I think I may need in future and also for any person I know ,I right click on their name and a window will open and then you can make a folder for them .....I call mine Geneology Addy's... :>) no kidding...and save those addys to that folder separate from my regular addys.. Agnes Wilton Wilton...Canary...anyone having info would be apprecialted. Just a thought I hope it helps... ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: To: Agnes Wilton 4/30/07 01:35 I need to send a very big thank you to a William E. Tuttle and I would like to be able to contact him by email. He has been extremely generous in assisting me in gathering Tuttle family information and I want him to know how much I appreciate his assistance and the time he spent helping me locate much family data that I did not previously have. I do have his home address. He currently resides in Montgomery, MN 56069-1619, but I do not have his email address. Do you have his email address in your file? I sent a "Thank You" email to an incorrect email address already, so if William E. Tuttle receives this email message, then please accept my profound thanks and send me an email. Thanks, Bill Tuttle Search: Tuttle, Pingree, Weatherbee, Ellershaw, Stetson, Carcieri, Cote, Parisi, McCreary, McDaniel + Prescott William R. Tuttle, Esq. TuttleGenealogy@aol.com ************************************** See what's free at http://www.aol.com.

    04/29/2007 07:55:52
    1. [TUTHILL] DS = Re: Question + Amswer.
    2. In a message dated 4/6/2007 4:21:51 PM Eastern Daylight Time, SpeakGeek@att.net writes: Your name is familiar to me. Did you live in Houston in the late '60s or early '70s? I remember a friend with the same name as yours. I don't remember where he went, but I believe recall he left because his father was transferred. David Scott :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Hi David: 4/7/07 02:00 I have traveled all over the USA, including Houston, TX, but I have always maintained my residence in eastern MA. We have been in all 50 states, so we are proud to have accomplished that fete. Drove across Canada from east to west too. I am still looking for some William Tuttles as well. William Otho Tuttle was the name of my great grandfather up in Wallace Bay, NS. William Manford Tuttle as that was my grandfather's name and he lived in Somerville, MA. My father's name was Samuel Isaac Tuttle and he resided in Quincy, MA. My father's brother was William Otho Tuttle, who resided in Coral Gables, FL. The uncle William Otho Tuttle also had have had a son William Tuttle, but his middle name is unknown to me. The second son was Donald Tuttle. I remember meeting his two sons in FL, but that would have been in 1947. Yikes that was 60 years ago. Who knows where the two sons are now? Probably deceased as I would guess the two sons were born in the late 1920s. I did not care much about genealogy as a kid in 1947, but now I wish that I had kept some notes. I gladly accept any Tuttle data, so let me know what you might have in your files. I will provide a mailing address when you need it. Regards, Bill Tuttle. Search: Tuttle, Pingree, Weatherbee, Ellershaw, Stetson, Carcieri, Cote, Parisi, McCreary, McDaniel + Prescott William R. Tuttle, Esq. TuttleGenealogy@aol.com ************************************** See what's free at http://www.aol.com.

    04/06/2007 08:28:44
    1. [TUTHILL] EBM = Tuttle Family of Valley of the Remsheg - Wallace, NS
    2. HI ELLEN: 2/1/07 00:30 In a message dated 1/30/2007 9:23:32 AM Eastern Standard Time, remsheg225@yahoo.ca writes: Thank you for responding. YOU ARE WELCOME. Would you be interested in coming to the reunion? We are trying to get an idea of numbers now for budgeting purposes. INTERESTED, BUT CAN'T PROMISE YET. MY WIFE, MEREDITH ANNE TUTTLE, AND I HAVE BEEN EVERYWHERE IN NORTH AMERICA, INCREDIBLY EXCEPT NOVA SCOTIA. WE EVEN HEADED FOR THERE MANY YEARS AGO AND GAVE UP THE DRIVE BECAUSE IT WAS TOO FAR AWAY. WE HAVE CONCLUDED THAT WE WILL PUT OUR VEHICLE ON THE BLUENOSE OR THE NEW FERRY SERVICE RUNNING FROM BOSTON OR SOME OTHER PLACE IN MASSACHUSETTS THAT STARTS NEW THIS SUMMER. ARE YOU AWARE OF THE NEW HIGH SPEED HYDROFOIL FERRY SERVICE STARTING IN 2007? Also, if there is any "flesh" you would like to add to the bare bones, I would be happy to include it. I HAVE BOXES OF DETAILED DATA TO ENTER INTO MY COMPUTER, BUT I DO HAVE A PRETTY GOOD RUN DOWN OF MY TUTTLE LINE BACK TO EARLY 1500'S THAT IS IN MY COMPUTER FILE. I am also descended from Tuttles, going back to Stephen Tuttle and Sarah Dotten's daughter Sarah Embree Tuttle who married Joshua Stevens. THOSE ARE MY FOLKS ALL RIGHT AS I RECOGNIZE THE NAMES. Sarah and Joshua's daughter Catherine Stevens married John Miller and their daughter Jane (Jennie) Miller married Robert Arthur* Cook. PERHAPS YOU WANT TO GIVE ME A BIT OF A RUN DOWN ON YOUR TUTTLES. I WILL MELD IT INTO MY LINE AND THEN SEND THE WHOLE LINE BACK TO YOU. Jane and Arthur's daughter was my grandmother, Anna Mable Cook who married Hiram Brown. Their son, Donald, is my father. I WOULD HAVE TO CHECK MY FILES FOR THOSE NAMES. In my genealogy database, I only have one William Tuttle born in the 1900s and his parents are Robert Tuttle and Helen Turner. Is this you or have a lost part of the tree? MY GRANDFATHER, FOR WHOM I AM NAMED, WAS WILLIAM MANFORD TUTTLE. HIS FATHER WAS WILLIAM OTHO TUTTLE. MY GRANDFATHER ALSO HAD A SON NAMED WILLIAM OTHO TUTTLE AND THIS COULD BE THE ONE YOU ARE RELATED TO AS HE WAS BORN 9/18/1898. IF HE IS NOT THE RIGHT ONE, THEN THAT WILLIAM OTHO TUTTLE HAD A SON NAMED WILLIAM THAT I WOULD GUESS WAS BORN GIVE OR TAKE AROUND 1925. WHEN I KNEW OR MET THAT PARTICULAR TUTTLE FAMILY THEY WERE RESIDENTS OF SOUTH FLORIDA. CAN YOU GIVE ME SOME ADDITIONAL SPECIFICS TO HELP ME SEE JUST HOW YOU MATCH UP WITH MY LINE OF TUTTLES? PLEASE DO, IF YOU CAN. Ellen REGARDS, BILL TUTTLE. Search: Tuttle, Pingree, Ellershaw, Stetson, Weatherbee, Carcieri, Parisi, McCreary + McDaniel William R. Tuttle, Esq. TuttleGenealogy@aol.com :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: TuttleGenealogy@aol.com wrote: To Ellen Brown Muise 1/30/07 00:05

    01/31/2007 05:50:11
    1. [TUTHILL] Tut = Picture of Marjorie Ray Tuttle 1930 resided Main Street Mattapoisett, MA.
    2. To Tuttle Listers: 9/30/06 01:30 To Tuttle Listers: 9/29/06 01:30 I have scanned a picture of Marjorie Ray Tuttle, who resided at Main Street Mattapoisett, MA, that was shown in the 1930 Year Book for the Normal School at _Bridgewater_ (mailto:e@Bridgewater) MA. This institution later became the Bridgewater State Teachers College and now is the Bridgewater State College. Marjorie Ray Tuttle was probably born in Plymouth County, Massachusetts sometime between 1905 and 1910, but I don't have any factual knowledge about this assumption. I would also guess that Tuttle was her maiden name as she was studying in 1930 to become a teacher. I have no current knowledge about her immediate family, but maybe someone else does. In which case, that person might inform the rest of us about her ancestry, etc. I have been asked by others to seek more data on this woman. Send me an email addressed to _TuttleGenealogy@aol.com_ (mailto:TuttleGenealogy@aol.com) if you want the 1930 Year Book picture and I will forward the digital picture by email to those persons that are interested in Marjorie Ray Tuttle. My late mother-in-law, Dorothy Esther Ellershaw (later Weatherbee) was also in that 1930 class in Bridgewater. Just in case you have any information about the Ellershaw family from Abington, MA. Search: Tuttle, Pingree, Ellershaw, Stetson, Weatherbee, Carcieri, Parisi + McCreary William R. Tuttle TuttleGenealogy@aol.com

    09/29/2006 07:41:45
    1. [TUTHILL] Marjorie Ray Tuttle Main Street Mattapoisett, MA (1930 picture@Bridgewater MA)
    2. To Tuttle Listers: 9/29/06 01:30 I have scanned a picture of Marjorie Ray Tuttle, who resided at Main Street Mattapoisett, MA, that was shown in the 1930 Year Book for the Normal School at _Bridgewater_ (mailto:e@Bridgewater) MA. This institution later became the Bridgewater State Teachers College and now is the Bridgewater State College. Marjorie Ray Tuttle was probably born in Plymouth County, Massachusetts sometime between 1905 and 1910, but I don't have any factual knowledge about this assumption. I would also guess that Tuttle was her maiden name as she was studying in 1930 to become a teacher. I have no current knowledge about her immediate family, but maybe someone else does. In which case, that person might inform the rest of us about her ancestry, etc. If the attached picture is not available through the Rootsweb List, then send me an email addressed to _TuttleGenealogy@aol.com_ (mailto:TuttleGenealogy@aol.com) and I will forward the digital picture by email to those persons that are interested in Marjorie Ray Tuttle. I realize that the attached picture will be deleted by Rootsweb before this email is distributed, but I thought that I would send it along anyway just to see what happens. My late mother-in-law, Dorothy Esther Ellershaw (later Weatherbee) was also in that 1930 class in Bridgewater. Just in case you have any information about the Ellershaw family from Abington, MA. Search: Tuttle, Pingree, Ellershaw, Stetson, Weatherbee, Carcieri, Parisi + McCreary William R. Tuttle TuttleGenealogy@aol.com

    09/28/2006 07:51:44
    1. Re: [Tuthill] Tuttle Roll Call
    2. I'm looking for: Wells, Horton, Hudson The evidence that we follow Christ is not in our theology, or that we go to church. The evidence that we follow Christ is seen in how we treat one another.

    08/19/2006 01:10:31