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Database archives of Long Island Genealogy containing 3,247,336 people, 1,228,990 families, 172,852 sources and 255,346 notes

Tree: Tuttle


Tree Name  Tuttle 
Description  NOTE: While many branches of this line use the Tuttle or Tuthill Surname it was necessary to enter all as Tuthill in an attempt to combine dangling branches and match up duplicate entries. It currently appears that the three Tuttle heads of families who migrated together were two brothers, Richard and William accompanied by their mother, Isabele (Wells) Tuttles and their first cousin, John, accompanied by his wife, her children by her former Lawrence husband, and her mother, Joan (Arnold) Antrobus. About l910 a remarkable manuscript family history was prepared by the late Alain C. White, Esq many of these pedigrees were carried back in England through the interest of Mr. White’s brother in law, Mr. P. C. Morris, a London barrister, and the cooperation of the late Henry Farnham Burke. The English lines were approved by the College of Arms and include the ancestry of William Tuttle. Through the kindness of Gen. John Ross Delafield, a photostatic copy of the Tuttle Pedigree has been made available to the present compilers. The fo1lowing is based largely on this pedigree with some data added from American sources 
Individuals  47,290 
Families  18,197 
Sources  2,118 
Owner  Long Island Genealogy 
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