Maria Louisa Batchelder Tuttle (1823-1867), born in LeRoy, New York, the fourth child of Enos Batchelder and Catherine Pierson Batchelder.
The Corning New York Journal of Thursday, Nov. 30, 1871, reports that the Batchelders "celebrated their golden wedding at East Avon, New York.Mrs. B was the daugher of Joseph Pierson and when married to Mr. B. fifty years ago, she had been twice married, and was the mother of six children."
Maria's paternal ancestor, Stephen Bachiller, came to America in 1633, as a Puritan minister.
The family of Catherine Pierson arrived in America in 1640, when Henry Pierson came to the New World.
Both Enos and Catherine were "natives of Vermont and there married....She was a direct descendant of the first president of Yale College." (The Bay of San FranciscoThe Bay of San Francisco: the metropolis of the Pacific Coast and its suburban cities : a history, Volume 2 (Google eBook)Lewis Publishing Company.
Maria Louisa Batchelder married Charles A. Tuttle, of LeRoy, New York, in LeRoy, in October 1845.
They went to California for the Gold Rush and the family remained there. I know the story of Charles A. Tuttle, from the arrival of his ancestors in Boston 1635 to today.