1850 Dover, Cuyahoga, Ohio census Household Gender Age Dexter Tuttle M 42y b: Massachusetts Milly Tuttle F 38y Amelia Benjamin Tuttle M 14y Ezra Tuttle M 12y Marius Tuttle M 8y Angelo Tuttle M 6y Samuel Tuttle M 4y Frederick Tuttle 2y Wallace Tuttle M 1y 1870 Dover, Cuyahoga, Ohio census Household Gender Age D Tuttle M 67y b: 1803 Massachusetts Amelia Tuttle F 59y b: 1811 Pennsylvania Benjyman Tuttle M 35y b: 1835 Ohio Ezra Tuttle M 33y Marias Tuttle M 31y b: 1839 Ohio T J Tuttle M 25y Wallace Tuttle M 21y b: 1849 Ohio Ohio, Deaths Ezra W Tuttle d: 23 Jul 1921 event place: Bay, Cuyahoga, Ohio street address: Lake Rd birth date: 12 Feb 1837 birthplace: Bay, Ohio estimated birth year: 1837 burial date: 26 Jul 1921 burial place: Dover, O cemetery: Evergreen Cem father: Dexter Tuttle father's birthplace: Connecticut mother: Amelia Weidner mother's birthplace: Penna spouse: Victoria Frederick J Tuttle d: 20 Jul 1928 event place: Bay, CuyoHoga Co., Ohio street address: Lake Rd. occupation: Retired Carpenter birth date: 20 Apr 1845 birthplace: Bay Village, Ohio estimated birth year: 1845 burial date: 22 Jul 1928 burial place: Dover Village cemetery: Evergreen father: Dexter Tuttle father's birthplace: Connecticut mother: Amelia Weidner mother's birthplace: Pennsylvnia spouse: Mary J. Tuttle Lincoln: the capital city and Lancaster County, Nebraska, Volume 2 edited by Andrew J. Sawyer, google books page 416 SAMUEL JOHNSON TUTTLE. Samuel Johnson Tuttle, a representative of the Lancaster county bar, was born in Dover, Ohio, August 2, 1845, a son of Dexter and Amelia (Weidner) Tuttle. The father was born in Massachusetts and came of New England stock, descended from English ancestry, the family having been established in New Haven, Connecticut, in 1639. The mother was born in Pennsylvania and was of German lineage. http://www.nebraskahistory.org/lib-arch/research/manuscripts/family/tuttle.htmhttp://www.nebraskahistory.org/lib-arch/research/manuscripts/family/tuttle.htm
Dexter Tuttle came from Rowe, Massachusetts, in 1823, married Amelia Weidner, and built his house in 1835 on Lots #87 and 88 at Lake and Columbia Roads. The Tuttles raised sheep which they sold to the Silverthorne Hotel. Ezra Tuttle married Victoria Clague and Frederick Tuttle married Mary Jane Bates. http://www.bayhistorical.com/cgi-bin/bayhist/Read.pl?Name=KayL&template=template2&order_by=Name&order=abchttp://www.bayhistorical.com/cgi-bin/bayhist/Read.pl?Name=KayL&template=template2&order_by=Name&order=abc Contact: http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ohcuyah2/http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ohcuyah2/ see if Amelia is buried Dover Village cemetery like her sons, if she is that should give you a date of death, from that you could find an obit.