HIRAM ASA TUTTLE, born 3-Nov-1832 in Edinburg, Portage County, OH;
son of Lafayette TUTTLE
born 1797 & Rebecca WHITE born 1798;
died 19-Mar-1890 in Edinburg, OH;
buried with his wife in the Tuttle plot, Maple Grove
Cemetery, Ravenna, OH.
Moved from Edinburg, OH, to a farm near Keeler, MI,
sometime after 1860. Lived in Michigan until 1877, then
returned to Edinburg Center, OH.
Married 20-Sep-1854 in Edinburg, OH, to Nancy
born Nov-1835 in _____, PA;
daughter of John McCOMBS born 1802 &
Nancy DAWSON born 1810;
died 30-Mar-1919 in Edinburg, OH;
buried with her husband in the Tuttle plot, Maple Grove
Cemetery, Ravenna, OH.
Children of Hiram & Nancy:
- Ellen Aida Tuttle,
born 7-Sep-1855 in Edinburg, OH; married 1876 in
Hartford, MI to Nathan Irving THOMPSON, 2 children;
died 1912 in Meridian, Brigham Co., MI.
Arthur Hampton Tuttle, born 27-Nov-1871 near Keeler, Van
Buren Co., MI; married 1903 in OH to Martha BAUMANN, 2 children; died 1916.
Hiram Asa Tuttle
1880s, Edinburg, OH
Listed in U.S. Census of 1860 for Edinburg, Portage County, OH:
Hiram Tuttle, farmer, age 28 of OH; Margaret
Tuttle, age 25 of PA; Ellen A. Tuttle, age 5 of OH.
Listed in U.S. Census of 1870 for South Haven, MI:
Hiram Tuttle, carpenter, age 38 of OH; Margaret
Tuttle, age 35 of PA; Ellen A. Tuttle, age 15 of OH;
Edward PROSSER, age 15 of MI.
Listed in U.S. Census of 1880 for Edinburg, Portage County, OH:
Hiram Tuttle, farmer age 47, born in OH (father
born CT, mother born PA); Nancy M. Tuttle, housewife age
44, born in PA (father & mother born PA); Arthur H.
Tuttle, student age 8, born in MI; Alexander B. CHRISTY,
teacher age 32, born in OH (father born OH, mother born
PA), brother in law [husband of Anna McCombs].
Biographical Note, "History of Portage County, Ohio", 1885:
"Mr. and Mrs. Lafayette Tuttle ...
reared a family of nine children, six boys and three girls,
most of whom have gone West to partake the joys and sorrows
of pioneer life. Hiram Tuttle, born November 3, 1832,
is now the only one of the family residing in Edinburg Township.
He was married September 22, 1854, to N. Margaret McCombs,
born in Pennsylvania in 1835, daughter of John and Nancy McCombs,
who settled in this county in a very early day and remained until the fathers death.
His widow [Nancy McCombs] resides with her son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Tuttle have two
children: Ellen A., wife of Nathan I. Thompson, and Arthur H.
Mr. Tuttle is a carpenter and joiner by trade, but has engaged in farming for several years and
owns eighty acres of land where he and his family reside. He is a member of the I.O.O.F.
Himself and wife are members of the Methodist Episcopal Church."
- "Tuttle & Tuthill Lines in America",
compiled & published by Alva M. Tuttle; Columbus OH, 1968;
- "Descendants of William & Elizabeth Tuttle",
George F. Tuttle; Tuttle & Company, Rutland VT, 1883;
- Data collected by Howard A. Shaw of Danbury, CT;
- Data to Alva M. Tuttle in Sep-1963 from John B. Tuttle of
Pelham Manor, NY;
- "The Descendants of Moses Hampton (1762-1825) and
Hannah (Van Natta) Hampton (1769-1856)", compiled by
Mark Lane Brunner, Sep-2001;
- "History of Portage County, Ohio",
Warner, Beers & Co., Chicago, 1885;
- Personal entry in the "Kinfolk Book" kept by
Col. Mark L. Ireland, written by Ellen A. Tuttle 21-May-1905,
with posthumous notation by Mark L. Ireland;