Samuel Hugh Tuttle's headstone application Born: ~ 1898 a son of Hugh D. Tuttle and Hattie Pettis of Poolville

Died: May 5, 1939, buried in Poolville Cemetery, Poolville, New York

Married: Dorothy Tully


Samuel Hugh Tuttle was a Seaman 2nd Class and disabled veteran of World War I (information from Application for Veterans Headstone). He lived at the Perez Cottage behind the Linwood Cottage on Main Street.

The Courier, Brookfield, New York, Wednesday, May 10, 1939

Samuel H. Tuttle, 41, died May 5, 1939, at the home of his mother in Waterville.

Mr. Tuttle was born in Brookfield. He was a World War veteran, and since that time has been in poor health and has been in a government hospital at Saranac Lake until recently. His death came suddenly Friday morning.

He is survived, by his wife at Saranac Lake and his step-mother in Waterville.

The funeral was held at his home in Waterville Sunday at 2 p. m., in charge of Harry Mumbulo of Brookfield, with the Rev. Lemert, rector of the Episcopal Church at Waterville, officiating. Burial at Poolville in the family plot.