Biography of Abraham Tuttle
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Tuttle, Abraham, p. o. Clockville, was born in Lenox, March 5, 1820, a son of Abram, grandson of Gehiel Tuttle, of French extraction, and who in a very early day came to Lenox and here lived until his death in 1824. Abram Tuttle was born in Connecticut and died at Lenox at the age of forty six years; he married Betsey Keller, born in Montgomery county, and who died in 1871. Abraham Tuttle was educated in the common schools. He taught school for several years, but his principal occupation has been farming, in which he has been very successful. At present he owns 587 acres of land and follows dairying and mixed farming and is a large hop grower. In 1841 Mr. Tuttle married Armenia Snyder, by whom was born three children: J. Otis, Stillman, and Jeanette. His second wife was Jane Clock, by whom he had one son, De Forest Tuttle. Mr. Tuttle was a Democrat in politics, but since Cleveland's first administration has been a Republican, and has been justice eight years and assessor nine years. In 1862 he raised Co. G of the 157th regiment N. Y. V., and served honorably as its captain.

FROM:
Our County and it's people
A Descriptive and Biographical Record of
Madison County, New York
Edited by: John E. Smith
The Boston History Co., Publishers 1890


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