Lillian Elmira Hook Tuttle, with Children and Grandchildren. Back row: Mildred Tuttle Oatman, Lillian, Authur Edward Oatman, Xaina Tuttle Park, Margaret Lucille Sprow. Front row: Martha Eileen Oatman, Arthur Clifton Oatman, Margaret "Peggy" Muriel Sprow, Albert Lawrence Park Jr., Barbara Sprow
Lillian Elmira Hook Tuttle and Charles Edward Tuttle, my Great Grandparents
Xaina Muriel Tuttle Park, my Grandmother
William Lewis "Lewis" Tuttle, my Great Great Great Grandfather
William Lewis Tuttle, my Great Great Grandfather
Charles Edward Tuttle, my Great Grandfather
Lillian Elmira Hook Tuttle, my Great Grandmother
Mildred Irene Tuttle Oatman and Arthur Oatman
Leonard Houston Tuttle, my Great Great Great Uncle
Sarah Emily Moore Tuttle, my Great Great Grandmother
Katie Henrietta Tuttle Anderson, my Great Great Aunt
Xaina Muriel and Mildred Irene Tuttle, my Grandmother and her sister
Mildred Irene Tuttle and Arthur Oatman
Leonard Huston Tuttle and Mary Cantrell Tuttle
The Tuttles were my Grandmother Xaina Tuttle Park's family.
Her Grandfather William Lewis Tuttle and his wife Sarah Emily moved to Blue Mound, Douglas County, Kansas in 1866, two and a half years after Quantrill's Raid.
We have information on the Tuttles back to my 11th Great Grandfather Thomas Tuttle, who was born about 1506 at Northampton, England.
My 8th Great Grandfather William Tuttle and his wife Elizabeth were transported from Ringstead County, Northampton England on April 2, 1635 aboard the ship Planter. The trip required about ten weeks and they arrived in Boston, Massachusetts around July 1635.
Their Great Grandson, Enos (my 4th Great Grandfather) served in the American Revolution.