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  • Name Eben B TUTTLE 
    Born 2 Aug 1790 
    Gender Male 
    Person ID I20213  4 February 2018
    Last Modified 29 Jan 2020 

    Father Samuel TUTTLE,   b. [1751],   d. 27 Apr 1845, St Stephen, Charlotte, NB Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Mother Lydia MEACHAM,   d. 17 Sep 1814 
    Family ID F18455  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Mary JOHNSON,   b. 20 Jun 1791,   d. 12 Nov 1869  (Age 78 years) 
    Married 1 Jun 1815  Eastport, Washington, ME Find all individuals with events at this location  [1, 2
    • MARY JOHNSON: Mary Johnson married Eben. B. Tuttle on Jun 1, 1815 in Washington County, Maine.

      Gender: Female
      Town: Eastport

      Record of this marriage can be found at the Family History Library under town records. Reference # 0010838.
    Family ID F5791  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • The History of Eastport, and Vicinity: A Lecture, Delivered April, 1834, Before the Eastport Lyceum
      By Jonathan Delesdernier Weston
      Published by Marsh, Capen and Lyon, 1834
      Original from Harvard University
      Digitized Aug 22, 2006
      61 pages

      p 46
      The earliest settlers of Eastport were principally fishermen from Lynn, Marblehead, Cape Ann, Newburyport, Portsmouth and its vicinity, who located themselves on Moose Island for their greater convenience in taking and curing fish, about the close of the Revolutionary War. Of the settlers prior to the year 1790, very few remain, and they are tottering under the weight of years. It is worthy of remark, that, almost without exception, they attained to a great age, most of them beyond three-score and ten, and several more than fourscore. Mr. Shackford and Mr. Tuttle came here in the fall of 1783, when there were but five families on the island, and, it is believed, still fewer at Lubec. In 1790, there were about twenty-one or twenty-two families on the island; and all the settlers up to that period, and even later, were citizens of the United States, with one or two exceptions.

  • Sources 
    1. [S828] Maine Marriages, 1743-1891,

    2. [S2930] Maine Families in 1790 Volume 8, Joseph Crook Anderson II, CG, FASG editor, (Maine Genealogical Society Special Pub. No. 42 2003).