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Jon Field (#46998347)
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Bio Photo Researching and trying to record accurate information on the surnames of; FIELD, LUNT, TUTTLE, and ones connected to them! Descend from Darby FIELD.
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Cheryl
RE: Herbert Wallace
Happy to help.
Added by Cheryl on Sep 19, 2017 4:20 AM
Alyssa
Millinocket
p.s. I now see that Avery Elliott is your request also, and that he was Charlotte's first husband. I will go back and look near the Hurlburt stone or go to the town office to find a section for him.
Added by Alyssa on Sep 14, 2017 12:02 AM
Alyssa
Millinocket
Hello... I fulfilled your request for Charlotte Hurlburt, but couldn't find Leona Smith yet... I do see that she was Charlotte's daughter, so I will go back and see if there was a smith near them.
Added by Alyssa on Sep 13, 2017 11:56 PM
Dale Farnsworth
RE: Albion Field
OK. A quick follow-up....

Just curious - the birth certificate I located - says his mother was "Mary" and his father was "Simeon". Additional information (Will, Probate) says "Mary" was his mother - but that she was single and "not widowed". Her fathers name was "Simeon" - thus the Simeon on the birth certificate. That suggests that Albion was borne out of wedlock ...and his father is not known.

Have you come across anything that contradicts that assumption?

Thanks.
Added by Dale Farnsworth on Aug 28, 2017 7:43 PM
Barbara Maloney
DAVID TUTTLE
Have not been on for a long time, lost my husband and then 2 years ago I had a quad bypass.
My records are in storage, but I know that my cousin in Ohio is a direct desendant of DARBY FIELD and she has a lot of info on him.
Go to face book, and message me and I will send phone number. Now in Tavares Fl.for a.non scam question please tell me where Shipwreck John lived.
Thanks. Barb.
Added by Barbara Maloney on Feb 16, 2017 2:45 PM
Roxanne Cox
Field
I went this weekend and found the hotel road cemetery. It was surprisingly easy to find... I figured it'd be harder to find..... and also found the pleasant hill cemetery but like you had said earlier... couldn't find any stones for Fields..... The fields at Hotel Rd are my 2nd and 3rd great grandparents on my moms mom side. :) It was nice finding the cemetery....
Added by Roxanne Cox on Nov 04, 2013 6:17 PM
Marguerite
RE: Lorin & Lewis Tuttle
Hi again, I should have also mentioned the other names of Tuttles that they said was in the same plot as David and Cora, etc. They are Caroline, Clara E., William C, Anne, Percy, George V, and Charles H. 12 persons total but only markers for the ones I named earlier.
Added by Marguerite on Jun 27, 2010 4:37 PM
Marguerite
David Tuttle
Hi Jon, I returned to Laurel Hill and they gave me the location for the grave of David L. and Cora E. Tuttle. David 1831 to 1865, Cora 1856 to 1872, and also Josie E. 1869 to 1889. The stone is shared with "Ray, wife of C.H. Tuttle Feb 22, 1868 May 31, 1899" and also a smaller stone in front with "Ray" on it. If you would like these posted, just let me know.
Added by Marguerite on Jun 27, 2010 4:01 PM
Barbara Maloney
RE: Tuttle, Field
Have Lorin Sims Tuttle's burial record.

9 March 1842 ---13 June 1871

Laurel Hill Cemetery,
Saco, York, Maine

Sec # Sycamore Ave. Lot # 454

inlisted:
5 April 1864 at Saco, me
Discharged:
19 May 1865 from Army

Private Co.F 32nd Regt. Me. Vols.
Wounded 17 June. Discharged for Disability 19 May 1865. Trans. to Co. F. 31st.

Sourees: A G O vol 2 1864=65 page 780.
Added by Barbara Maloney on May 03, 2010 10:48 AM
Barbara Maloney
RE: Tuttle, Field
Hi Cuz,
Loren is burried in Saco maine., Laorel Hill Cemetery. No idea where his family are or even who and where. Think NC.
Havn't followed out the cousins, but have the siblins of each. Do have what Jumper Tuttle in Northwood NH wrote about 10 years ago. about 100+ pages. Also some things on Shipwrecked John. Will check this out, for your Gram.

Can we get together by phone? I'm in Titusville Fl. Home a lot.























Added by Barbara Maloney on May 01, 2010 12:02 AM
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