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Ebenezer TUTTLE

Ebenezer TUTTLE

Male 1699 - 1772  (~ 73 years)

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  • Name Ebenezer TUTTLE 
    Born C 1696-1699 
    Gender Male 
    Residence 20 Jan 1717  Dover, Strafford, NH Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Rockingham County Land Records
      Volume 10 Page 156
      John Tuttle Dover
      son Ebenezer Tuttle Dover
      land in Dover
      20 January 1717/1718
      John Tuttle
      Wit: Ebenezer Wallingford, James Clement
    Living 24 Nov 1718 
    • Ebenezer TUTTLE Maine: Early Wills and Deeds, 1640-1760 Court, Land and Probate Records
      DEED : 1640 - 1760
      LOCATION : York, Maine, United States
      VOLUME : 9
      PAGE : 200
      Mary Spencer r Berwickwidow of Humphrey Spencer
      James Carr cordwainer Cape Neddick
      10 pounds
      Land in York
      24 November 1718
      Mary Spencer
      Wit: Ebenezer Tuttle, John Bradstreet
    Living 28 Mar 1729 
    • Ebenezer TUTTLE Maine: Early Wills and Deeds, 1640-1760 Court, Land and Probate Records
      DEED : 1640 - 1760
      LOCATION : York, Maine, United States
      VOLUME : 13
      PAGE : 86
      Abigail Clements r Dover widow one of the children of James Heard formerly of Kittery
      John Morrell Kittery
      Land in Kittery
      28 March 1729
      Wit: Nicholas Morrell, Ebenezer Tuttle, Samuel Lord
    Living 30 Jun 1729 
    • Ebenezer TUTTLE Maine: Early Wills and Deeds, 1640-1760 Court, Land and Probate Records
      DEED : 1640 - 1760
      LOCATION : York, Maine, United States
      VOLUME : 13
      PAGE : 342
      John Downing yeoman Newentowne
      Samuel Hutchings yeoman Arundel
      100 pounds
      100 acres in Arundel
      30 June 1729
      John Downing
      Wit: Benjamin Rust, Ebenezer Tuttle
    Residence 12 Dec 1729  NH Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • New Hampshire State Papers
      Volume 4 Page 526
      Province of New Hampshire Journal of the House
      Fryday Xr 12th 1729
      A petition of Ebenezer Tutle for Relief in cutting off an Entale on Lands his father Mortgaged to the Province.
      ...
      Ebenezer Tuttle preferred a Petition for docking an intail wch was read and also Madm Rogers Petition wch has lain under consideration since last session and both sent down by the Clerk.
      ...
      A message to the Board by Messr Sanburn & Jennis with a vote of the House for re-emitting upon loan the bills now to be burnt.
      By the same message Ebenr Tuttles Petition (sent down in the morn) voted to be dismiss'd.
    Residence 20 Jan 1736  Dover, Strafford, NH Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Ebenezer TUTTLE Maine: Early Wills and Deeds, 1640-1760 Court, Land and Probate Records
      DEED : 1640 - 1760
      LOCATION : York, Maine, United States
      VOLUME : 18
      PAGE : 64
      Ebenezer Tuttle Dover and wife Hannah
      Thomas Abbot Junr Berwick
      15 pounds
      Interest in the Estate of father Joseph Abbott
      20 January 1735/6
      Hannah Tuttle
      Ebenezer Tuttle
      Wit: Nathaniel Gerrish, Stephen Hardson
    Assessed 1741  Dover, Strafford, NH Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • New Hampshire State Papers
      Volume 24 Page 697
      Taxes in Dover 1741
      The Counterpin of Dover Parish
      ...
      Ebenr Tuttel - 15 -
      ...
      Elijah Tuttle - 11 8
    Residence 3 Sep 1763  Dover, Strafford, NH Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Assessed 1769  Rochester, Strafford, NH Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Ebenezer TUTTLE New Hampshire Gazette: Newspaper Abstracts, 1756-1769 Journals and Periodicals
      RECORD : 1769
      LOCATION : Portsmouth, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States
      Ebenezer TUTTLE
      Source New Hampshire Gazette
      1769 Portsmouth, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States SHOW/HIDE TEXT
      Ebenezer Tuttle was included in the list of land owners taxed one-third share of 18s 9d for clearing roads and building bridges in Rochester, New Hampshire. The owners have the liberty of paying the tax in labor on the roads and bridges, at two shillings a day, under the direction of the selectmen. New Hampshire Gazette (Portsmouth, New Hampshire), 16 June 1769, p. 2, col. 1. [Published three times between 16 June 1769 and 30 June 1769.]
      Record
    Assessed 1770-1772  Berwick, York, ME Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Grant Wakefield, NH Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • New Hampshire State Papers
      Volume 28 Page 355
      Charter of Wakefield
      Ebenezer Tuttle
      27 April 1749
      p 362
      Ebenezer Tuttle Lot Number 96
    Died C 1772  Berwick, York, ME Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I50967  4 February 2018
    Last Modified 23 Oct 2017 

    Father John TUTTLE 
    Mother Mary? 
    Family ID F15719  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Hannah ABBOTT 
    Children 
     1. Ebenezer TUTTLE,   b. 1716-1719,   d. [MARCH-JUNE 1783]
     2. Esther TUTTLE,   b. 7 Nov 1723, Dover, Strafford, NH Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Fryeburg, York [Oxford], ME? Find all individuals with events at this location
     3. Meribah TUTTLE,   b. 1726
     4. John TUTTLE,   b. 1732,   d. 1796, Lee? Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 64 years)
     5. Thomas TUTTLE,   b. 1 Jan 1735,   d. 1803  (Age 67 years)
    Family ID F15717  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • Rockingham County Land Records: Numerous deeds. All extracted grantor/grantee. Hannah nil.
      York County Probate Index: Nil
      New Hampshire State Papers: Need to check
    • Tuttle-Tuthill lines in America
      Alphabetical-chronological list of Tuttles & Tuthills by first names & birth dates
      Ebenezer Tuttle c 1696-1699 Dover, NH s John 1646 m Mary; under age 20 January 1717; wit deeds York County, Maine, 24 November 1718, 18 April 1729; 1722 1/3 share property Rochester; 20 January 1736 "Ebenezer Tuttle & wife Hannah of Dover for 15 pounds quit claim to our brother Thomas Abbott our interest in the estate of our father Joseph Abbot deceased of Berwick"; 2 September 1763 Ebenezer Tuttle r Dover to my son John of Dover for 50 pounds Wit: Silas Tuttle, Ebenezer Tuttle Jr; 1770-2 Ebenezer & Ebenezer Jr on tax lists Berwick; d c 1772-3 Berwick
      Children
      1. Ebenezer c 1716-1719
      2. Esther 7 November 1723
      3. Meribah c 1720s
      4. Thomas c 1730s
      5. John c 1730s
    • Ebenezer TUTTLE New England Historical and Genealogical Register Journals and Periodicals
      RECORD : 1867
      VOLUME : 21
      PAGE : 142
      TEXT : The Tuttle Family of New Hampshire
      Of Ebenezer s Judge John and Mary Tuttle, and his children, there is so much wanting, and so many conflicting statements, that it is judged best, for the present, to omit giving an imperfect sketch of them. The late Hon Wentworth Tuttle, Councillor and Senator of Maine, was a grandson.
    • Some say m Phoebe Roberts

      New Hampshire State Papers
      Volume 33 Page 680
      John Roberts will 1749 Somersworth, Dover
      ...
      daughter Phebe wife of Ebenezer Tuttle
      6 April 1749
    • Dover Town Records

      https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/37216?availability=Family%20History%20Library
      Town records, 1647-1838
      Authors: Dover (New Hampshire). Town Clerk (Main Author)
      New Hampshire State Capitol (Concord, New Hampshire)
      https://www.familysearch.org/search/film/005510598?cat=37216
      Town records vol. 1 1647-1753; vol. 2 1693-1838
      Family History Library
      United States & Canada Film
      15118
      [503/580]
      1779 Counter pin [Dover Parish]
      Job Tuttle 36 24 9? -
      Paul Tuttle 41 27? 13? 6
      William Tuttle Junr 12 8 2 -
      Elijah Tuttle 85? 57 7 6
      Samul Tuttle 12 8 2 -
      Willem Tuttle 12 8 2 -
      Silas Tuttle 41 27 13 6
      John Tuttle 21 14 3 6
      Ebenezer Tuttle 80 54 6? 0?
      James Tuttle 124 83 14 -
      Stephen Tuttle 43? 30 7 6
      James Tuttle Junr 27 18 4 6
      John Remick 17 11 96
    • Land in Dover west side of Back River

      Rockingham County Land Records
      Volume 11 Page 512
      Ebenezer Dover yeoman Dover
      Benjamin Mason Dover
      20 pounds
      land in Dover lying on the west side of the Back River above the head of John Tuttle's land which parcel of land contains 10 acres
      beginning at a pitch pine tree marked I T
      thence west northwest 44 rods to a horn beam tree marked I T
      thence north and by east 36 rods to a small black birch marked I T
      thence east southeast 44 rods to a white pine tree marked I T
      thence on a straight line to the first marked tree
      granted to my father John Tuttle 6 April 1702
      1 December 1720
      Ebenezer Tuttle
      Wit: Martin Jose, Nathaniel Perkins
    • Land in Dover on Oyster River

      Rockingham County Land Records
      Volume 12 Page 42
      Ebenezer Tuttle yeoman Dover
      Jonathan Tomson husbandman Dover
      a valuable sum of money
      a certain tract of parcel of land
      20 acres which was laid out & measured upon 5 April 1719 by Thomas Tibbetts & Francis Mathews lot layers for the Town of Dover
      on the north side of Oyster River above Captail Hills 500 acres near the Fresh River
      beginning at a pine tree marked H N
      thence northwest 48 rods by said river to a hemlock marked H N
      thence northeast & be north 67 rods to a beech tree marked H N
      thence southeast 48 rods to Capt Hills head line to a horn beam tree marked H N
      thence on a straight line by said Hills land to the tree where we first began near the river
      14 March "one thousand seven hundred & nineteen, twenty"
      Ebenezer Tuttle
      Wit: Benjamin Pierce, Solomon Pinkham
    • Land in Dover on Indigo Hill 60 acres

      Rockingham County Land Records
      Volume 10 Page 156
      John Tuttle Dover
      beloved son Ebenezer Tuttle
      for and in consideration of the natural love, good, well, and fatherly affection which I do owe and bear
      three score acres in Dover
      south side of Indigo Hill
      bounded with a red oak marked J G near Salmon Falls River
      thence ? 160 rods to a white oak marked J T
      thence south 60 rods to a white oak marked J T
      thence east to Salmon Falls River and to the River bounds
      20 January? 1716-1717
      John Tuttle
      Wit: Ebenezer Wallingford, James Clement

      Rockingham County Land Records
      Volume 12 Page 288
      Ebenezer Tuttle Dover
      James Canney Dover
      for diverse causes and good consideration & 100 pounds
      land in Dover Township upon Indigoe Hill & laid out unto Capt John Tuttle 19 June 1694
      at a red oak marked I T
      thence west 8 score rods to a white oak marked I T
      thence wouth 60 rods to a white oak marked I T
      thence east to a dry pine marked IT
      thence straight to Salmon Fall River and by said river in the bounds of the said land to the first marked tree
      10 November 1721
      Ebenezer Tuttle
      Wit: Benjamin Pierce, Thomas Tuttle
    • Share of a Mill on Middle Falls Salmon Falls River

      Rockingham County Land Records
      Volume 14 Page 113
      Ebenezer Tuttle Dover
      Capt Benjamin Wentworth & Thomas Wallingford Dover
      20 pounds to me in hand well & twenty paid by the hands of Capt Benjamin Wentworth & Thomas Wallingford
      1/4 part of a part of falls lying & being in Dover
      commonly called the middle falls between the 2 mills on the westward side of a river commonly called Salmon Falls River
      opposite against a Mill in the possession of John Key & James Grant
      the falls was granted to Capt John Tuttle by the town of Dover
      5 February 1721
      Ebenezer Tuttle
      Wit: Joseph Roberts, Benjamin Loived?
    • 1/3 Share in Rochester

      Rockingham County Land Records
      Volume 21 Page 373
      Ebenezer Tuttle Dover
      Thomas Wallingford Dover
      diverse causes & good consideration & 4 pounds
      1/3 part of a right in a place called Rochester given and granted to Ebenezer Tuttle, William Twombly, James Guppy by the Charter which third part which grant to me the said Ebenezer Tuttle by the charter
      10 November 1725
      Ebenezer Tuttle
      Wit: Joseph Roberts, Benjamin Pierce
    • Land in Barbados Woods

      Rockingham County Land Records
      Volume 16 Page 324
      Ebenezer Tuttle yeoman Dover
      John Ham Dover
      85 pounds
      40 acres in Barbados Woods joining the said John Ham's land
      beginning at a beech tree being a northeast corner of John Ham's land in said woods
      thence running north by west 5 rods to a birch stake marked I T
      thence 116 rods to a birch tree marked I T
      thence southeast hald southerly 80 rods to a hemlock tree marked I T
      thence from said Hemlock tree with a straight line to the first bounds
      also
      2 acres more to make up what is wanting of 40 cares within the above mentioned bounds on the south side of said land being at a hemlock tree marked I T running southwest 2/2 southerly 16 rods to a birch tree marked I T thence south east 2/2 easterly 20 rods to a birch tree marked I T thence northeast 1/2 eatserly 16 rods to the line before mentioned
      20 May 1728
      Ebenezer Tuttle
      Wit: Nicholas Harford, Stephen Harford
    • 60 acres in Dover?

      Rockingham County Land Records
      Volume 16 Page 616
      Ebenezer Tuttle yeoman Dover
      William Chamberlain joiner Dover
      32 pounds 10 shillings
      6 1/2 acres granted to Capt to Tuttle 19 March 1693-4 lying and being on the east of John Wingit land near the road leading over the bridge to Samuel Kearl being in partnership with said Wingit's land which he purchased part of said 60 acres
      21 September 1729
      Ebenezer Tuttle
    • 7 1/2 acres in Dover

      Rockingham County Land Records
      Volume 17 Page 152
      Ebenezer Tuttle Dover
      William Chamberlain Dover
      a good and valuable sum of money
      land in Dover
      southerly by land of Ebenezer Tuttle sold to me the said Chamberlain
      easterly by the land of Major Paul Gerrish laid out
      northerly by the highway that leads to a place called Middle Point
      westerly by the land of Joseph Eastes
      of however the said return may more plainly appear the aforesaid tract of land is 7 1/2 acres
      23 September 1729
      Ebenezer Tuttle
      Wit: Benjamin Pierce, Benjamin Mason
    • 20 acres in Dover

      Rockingham County Land Records
      Volume 19 Page 191
      Samuel Cousen husbandman Dover
      Ebenezer Tuttle, Benjamin Mason both r Dover
      40 pounds
      20 acres granted to Cornelius Cousen on Fresh Creek Neck between Joseph Canney, John Tuttle, Peter Varney
      8 October 1729
      Samuel Cosen [His mark]
      Wit: Richard Ward, Abijah Howe

      Rockingham County Land Records
      Volume 20 Page 203
      Ebenezer Tuttle husbandman Dover
      Benjamin Mason husbandman Dover
      25 pounds
      quit claim
      20 acre grant of land formerly given and granted by the said Town of Dover unto Cornelius Cosen late of said Dover deceased to be laid out upon Fresh Creek Neck between Joseph Canney, John Tuttle & Peter Varney as by Dover Town Book of Records will appear refernce
      20 June 1734
      Ebenezer Tuttle
      Wit: Jonathan Cushing, Elizabeth Waterhouse
    • 30 acres in Dover Lot 141

      Rockingham County Land Records
      Volume 20 Page 375
      Ebenezer Tuttle husbandman Dover
      Joseph Roberts Jr husbandman Dover
      58 pounds
      30 acres of land in Dover being the first division of my common right which right was one whole share in our said Dover Town Common land
      Lot 141
      23 November 1734
      Ebenezer Tuttle
      Wit: Joseph Hammond Jr, Stephen Roberts
    • 12 acres in Dover

      Rockingham County Land Records
      Volume 20 Page 391
      Ebenezer Tuttle husbandman Dover
      Samuel Dam cordwainer Somersworth Dover
      39 pounds
      12 acres of land in Dover
      begining at the east side of Fresh Creek & so running by the said Creek 26 rods to Pomfrett Dams bound mark
      thence running west by north 88 rods
      thence running north & by east 18 rods
      thence upon a straight line to the first bounds
      which 12 acres of land being laid out 29 November 1734 by virtue of a grant of land it was formerly granted unto Thomas Roberts Jr on Fresh Creek Neck
      8 May 1734
      Ebenezer Tuttle
      Wit: John Mills, Joseph Hammond Jr
    • Land on Dover Neck and Shares of Ox Pasture

      Rockingham County Land Records
      Volume 32 Page 471
      Ebenezer Tuttle husbandman Dover
      Capt Thomas Millit Esqr Dover
      196 pounds
      several parcels hereafter mentioned in the Town of Dover
      1. on the west side of Dover Neck adjoining to the Back River 21 acres
      beginning at the southeast corner of a piece of land which the said Millit lately purchased of Samuel Beard
      thence running southwesterly to the southwest corner of a piece of land in possession of John Clements
      thence northwesterly by a certain fence as it now stands to the aforesaid Back River
      thence by the said River to Richard Plumer's land
      thence by said Plumers and said Millit's land to the first mentioned corner
      2.land being in the ox pasture commonly so called towards the lower end of said Dover Neck containing 3/5 of 4 rights or shares in the said ox pasture
      22 June 1738
      Ebenezer Tuttle
      Wit: Jonathan Cushing, Richard Scamon
    • Land on Captain's Hill 4 acres

      Rockingham County Land Records
      Volume 101 Page 390
      Ebenezer Tuttle husbandman Dover
      Thomas Millit Esqr Dover
      40 pounds
      land in the Township of Dover at a place commonly called and known by the name of Captain's Hill
      4 acres
      northerly on land of John Clements
      easterly, southerly, and westerly on land common called & known by the name of the Ox Pasture as the fence now stands
      26 April 1746
      Ebenezer Tuttle
      Wit: Thomas Whaits, Abigail Millet
    • 20 Acres Dover

      Rockingham County Land Records
      Volume 24 Page 16
      Eleazar Wyer Dover
      Ebenezer Tuttle Dover
      a valuable sum of money
      20 acres granted by Dover to Henry Nock 28 May 1717
      which land was to be taken up upon Diver Commons as conveniently where it could be got not entrenching
      16 December 1719
      Eleazar Wyer
      Sarah Wyer
      Wit: Benjamin Pierce, Ephraim Tibbetts, Joseph Roberts
    • 20 acres in Dover granted to Thomas Roberts

      Rockingham County Land Records
      Volume 21 Page 162
      Samuel Cousen Dover
      Ebenezer Tuttle, Dover
      a valuable sum of money
      20 acres of land which was given and granted unto my uncle Thomas Roberts and sold to my mother by the aforesaid Thomas Roberts
      14 October 1729
      Samuel Couson [His mark]
      Wit: Benjamin Pierce, John Tibbetts, Howard Henderson