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Josiah Tuttle

  • Born: 14 Feb 1774, Waterbury, New Haven County, Connecticut, USA
  • Marriage (1): Jerusa Bingham
  • Died: 21 Jun 1830, Standing Stone, Bradford County, Pennsylvania, USA at age 56 1

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History of Sheshequin 1777---1902
C. F. Heverly
pub. 1902, Towanda, Pa.

Josiah Tuttle, a native of Connecticut, born October 28, 1774, came to Ulster in or before 1794, and occupied lands which he sold to Charrick Westbrook. In 1799 he removed to Hornbrook, where he purchased the property now owned by J.F. Blackman. He had married Jerusha, daughter of Chester Bingham of Ulster. The latter, in 1783, when a child eight years old, was brought by her parents on horseback over the mountains from Wilkes-Barre to Wysox. Mr. Tuttle continued to make improvements on his purchase till his death, June 21, 1830. He was noted for his benevolence and was a sincere Mason. He and his wife were faithful Universalists and original members of the first class of that denomination in the county. They reared a family of seven stalwart sons (all six feet or over tall) and three daughters. They were: Chester, Dorinda, Edwin, Joseph B., Albert, Calvin W., William C., Eliza E., Ethan B. and Sarah A.

Chester, born June 18, 1795, died January 5, 1848.

Dorinda, born March 10, 1799, married a Mr. Lemon, removed to Potter county, Pa., thence to Minnesota, where she died October 25, 1862.

Edwin, born January 17, 1803, married Keziah Kinner, resided in Rome township where he died.

Joseph B., born May 5, 1805, married Eliza, daughter of William Horton, removed to McHenry county, Ill., where he died.

Albert, born July 23, 1807, married Delight, daughter of William Horton, and removed to New Ulm, Minn., where he became a man of prominence. He was several times a member of the State Legislature. During the Sioux outbreak in 1863, his son, William, a son-in-law and a nephew were slain in the massacre near New Ulm.

Calvin W., born August 8, 1810, married Julia, daughter of Peter

Barnard, removed to Minnesota, where he practiced law and died.

William C., born March 20, 1813, married Permilla Horton (widow of Isaac Smith) and settled in Litchfield where he died May 20, 1889.

Eliza E., born March 31, 1814, married Albert Hebard, died in Minnesota, August 22, 1861.

Ethan B., born March 26, 1817, married Lucinda, daughter of Joshua Horton, died in Ulster, October 15, 1869.

Sarah A.., born December 6, 1819, married Francis S. Ayer, died in
Sheshequin, September 30, 1868.

Jerusha (Bingham) Tuttle, born December 17, 1774, spent her closing days with her daughter, Mrs. Ayer. She bore her part nobly in the struggles incident to pioneer life, was a devoted Christian mother and "a strict disciplinarian." She died November 28, 1857, and is buried beside her husband in the Hornbrook Cemetery.

Submitted by Find A Grave Contributor Joseph Colin Clark #47094715

Joseph B. Tuttle, Son of Josiah moved to McHenry, Ill and lived there until his wife died who is buried in McHenry . He then moved to Cottonwood Falls, Chase Country, Kansas where he died and is buried. [you can click on his link to see his grave marker].

Submitted by Find A Grave contributor John Resler Swift

Family links:
William Tuttle (1744 - 1792)
Tapher Castle Tuttle (1746 - 1844)

Jerusha Bingham Tuttle (1774 - 1857)

Dorinda Tuttle Lemon (1799 - 1862)*
Edwin Tuttle (1803 - ____)*
Joseph B. Tuttle (1805 - 1874)*
Albert Tuttle (1807 - 1881)*
Calvin Tuttle (1810 - 1882)*
William C Tuttle (1813 - 1889)*

*Calculated relationship

Hornbrook Cemetery
Bradford County
Pennsylvania, USA


Josiah married Jerusa Bingham.



1 Find A Grave, <i>Find A Grave</i> ( : accessed 8 May 2016).

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