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Individual: Anna Tuttle 
Birth: 20 Jan 1632/1633 at: Ringstead, Northampton, England 
Marriage: ABT 1654/1655 at: Stratford, Fairfield, Connecticut 
Death: 9 Aug 1683 at: Stratford, Fairfield, Connecticut 
Father: William Tuttle 
Mother: Elizabeth Matthews 
Spouses: John Hurd Jr 

Spouse: Joshua Judson 
Birth:  at: of Stratford, Fairfield, Connecticut 
Marriage: ABT 1654/1655 at: Stratford, Fairfield, Connecticut 
Death: 1661 at: , , Connecticut 
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Mother:   
Spouses: 

Children: Ann Judson
Joshua Judson
Samuel Judson
Elizabeth Judson

 

Source 1. The American GenealogistVol 30, pg: 7-10 (Article: Tuttle, Pantry, Judson, Hurd, an important correction-by Jacobus.

William Tuttles daughters name is Anna, not Hannah!

There is confusion between Hannah Tuttle, the daughter of Richard Tuttle & Ann Taylor & Anna, the daughter of William Tuttle & his wife Elizabeth Matthews; (Anna & Hannah, also called Anna in some records are cousins.) Our John Hurd married Anna, the daughter of William Tuttle. This is proven in several circumstances;
By the article in The American Genealogist by Jacobus, the noted genealogist.
Hannah was 12 years old when she came on the planter with her father Richard Tuttle, making her born about 1623. On the passanger list with her father Richard she is called Anna.

Anna, the daughter of William Tuttle was born in December 1632 in England and on the passanger list for her father William she is called Ann. The confusion lies in the records that sometimes calls Hannah, Anna; However, our Anna is never called Hannah in any records that we have found.
Our problem was to determind whether Anna Tuttle or Hannah, sometimes called Anna Tuttle married our John Hurd!

The proof is the fact that Hannah, daughter of Richard, also called Anna, could not have married John Hurd because her first husband Thomas Wells did not die until 1668 & the marriage of John Hurd and Anna took place 10 Dec 1662. (She is called Hannah when she married Thomas Wells) We can prove that Hannah married Thomas Wells.
This leaves only Anna, the daughter of William who M: (1) Joshua Judson & (2) John Hurd;
In the article in The American Genealogist it states that Anna Tuttle, dau of William was the widow of Joshua Judson & when she married John Hurd she was called Anna Judson, wid of Joshua Judson in the vital record.
Anna named 6 children the same names as her brothers & sisters.

Source 2: Early Connecticuit Probate Records: book: 974.6p2m, vol 1, pg: 381: Lists the will of Mrs Hannah Wells; Her will was probated 8 December 1683. She gave administration to a son Ichabod Wells & the remainder of estate to John Pantry, a son by her (1) marriage to John Pantry. This is further proof that Hannah, not Anna did mary John Pantry.

John Hurd married Anna, the daughter of William Tuttle. This is proven in several circumstances;
By the article in The American Genealogist by Jacobus, the noted genealogist.
Hannah was 12 years old when she came on the planter with her father Richard Tuttle, making her born about 1623. On the passanger list with her father Richard she is called Anna.

Anna Tuttle is my first ancestor in my Tuttle Family: My Tuttle line is one of the most Colorful Leaves on my family tree; In this family are found murders, some insanity, great immorality and deceit, and in contrast, great knowledge and achievemet. It is through my Tuttle line that a connection to Aaron Burr , Vice President of the United States can be established; He, Aaron Burr, is the third great grandson of William Tuttle;
Eli Whitney, famous inventor of the Cotton Gin is also in the line of my Tuttle Family; The ancestry of several other presidents as well, can be found on this Tuttle line;
The Tuttle name may have been taken from the name of a locality in England, and the name of Tothill, toothill or Tuthill is still found in many villages in Great Britain.
The family of Tuttle has been well known in parts of England and many of its members have held positions of honor and distinction. The familys ancient descent is from Ireland and our Tuttles were part of the tribe of OToteles or OTothill;
In 1635, our Tuttle family came to New England on the ship The Planter;
Of those who came in the Planter, John Tuttle, of whom married my grandmother Joan Antrobus, as her (2) husband, & their family as well as the family of my grandmother by her first husband Thomas Lawrence of whom is my grandfather; The John Tuttle family settled at Ipswich;

My uncle, Richard Tuttle settled in Boston and my grandfather, William of whom is the father of this Anna, settled in New Haven, Connecticut;

In this family, terrible events took place; Annas mother was said to be insane; Her brother Benjamine killed her sister Sarah with an Ax,; Her sister Mercy killed her 17 month old baby boy! I have documented data on these terrible events in my Tuttle File and it is heart breaking for me to read the court records that have been preserved & which describes in detail the events of these crimes;

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