Martha Bauman
8-Oct-1876, Switzerland

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MARTHA BAUMANN, born 8-Oct-1876 in Oberhallau, Schaffhausen, Switzerland;
daughter of Baltiss BAUMANN born 1834 & Elizabeth GRAF born 1833;
died 27-Apr-1957 in Ravenna, OH; buried with her husband in the Tuttle family plot, Maple Grove Cemetery, Ravenna, OH [formerly Marshallville].

Arrived 9-Dec-1882 at Philadelphia, PA, on the ship Vaderland from Antwerp, Belgium, traveling under manifest #21548 with with her parents and two older sisters. The family moved to Ohio and settled in Marshallville (later called Ravenna), Wayne County. Valedictorian, first graduating class of Marshallville High School, 1894. Primary school teacher, Marshallville, OH. After marriage lived in Edinburg, OH, then moved back to Ravenna prior to 1906.


Married 24-Jun-1903 in Marshallville, OH, to Arthur Hampton TUTTLE;
born 27-Nov-1871 in Keeler, MI;
son of Hiram A. TUTTLE born 1832 & Nancy M. McCOMBS born 1835;
died 11-Jun-1916 in Ravenna, OH, of influenza and pneumonia;
buried in the Tuttle family plot, Maple Grove Cemetery, Ravenna, OH.

Children of Martha & Arthur:

  1. John Bauman Tuttle, born 16-Apr-1906 in Ravenna, OH;
  2. Ruth Elizabeth Tuttle, born 14-Oct-1909 in Ravenna, OH;

Photographs:

Martha Baumann
circa 1905
Martha Bauman Tuttle
Summer 1939
In the yard of Mr. Joel Rogers home,
233 Third Street, Cuyahoga Falls, OH

Marshallville, OH, High School - established 1891
x - Martha Baumann; x2 - R. A. Leisy, Supt. of Schools


Sources:

  • Personal experience and family records of John Bauman Tuttle, 1906-1989;
  • Personal photograph collection of Mrs. Martha Bauman Tuttle, 1876-1957;
  • Vital records of Portage County, OH;
  • "America Calls from Castle Walls", Cecelia Mae Beyler, 1957, Portland, OR;
    [the author is the daughter of Margaret (Baumann) Beyler]
  • GEDCOM file compiled from copies of Swiss vital records, received Aug-2000 from Frank A. Baumann, Jr., Allison Park, PA

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[This page last updated 27-Apr-2011]

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