Sally Thomas (7-2311) and her husband had seven children. (Source: Thomas Sanford Genealogy, c., 1911, p. 268)spouse: >Converse, Calvin (<1799 - )
Rachel Train, and her husband, Eleazer Fisher, descendants were located on Brøderbund World Family Tree, Volume 7, Pedigree #2166.spouse: >Fisher, Eleazer (1785 - 1863)
JONATHAN TRUMBULL (1710-85), American statesman, born in Lebanon, Conn., and educated at Harvard College. In 1733 he was elected to the Connecticut Assembly, in 1766 he became deputy governor and chief justice of the superior court, and from 1769 to 1784 he was governor of Connecticut. During the American Revolution he was instrumental in supplying the army of Gen. George Washington. Washington gave him his famous nickname, Brother Jonathan.spouse: >Robinson, Faith (>1710 - 1780)
Edmund Tudor, Earl of Richmond, son of Owen Tudor by Catherine, widow of (1) King Henry V, (2) Sir Henry Stafford, and (3) Thomas Stanley, Lord Stanley, who became the 1st Earl of Derby.spouse: >Beaufort, Lady Margaret (1443 - 1509)
JOHN TULLY achieved some distinction as an almanac (Tully Almanac) maker from 1681 to 1702, and had issue.spouse: >Beaumont, Mary (1647 - 1701)
Tully Family of Saybrook, Conn. New England Genealogical Register Vol. III, 157-159, et seq.
Wayne followed his brother Homer to Alaska in 1954. His brother owned and operated the "Terminal Garage". Kenai was a small town (fishing village) at the time. When Wayne had the money he bought a small lot about 1 mile out of town and built a 2 room cabin out of logs, then moved his family from Oregon. They stayed with his brother until the home had running water and a sewer system. A must before Kathleen (Kay) would move into it. Later they divided the two rooms into 2 bedrooms, a bath, living room, and kitchen. Later they added a larger addition which also had another bedroom, bath and a large room for a living room. The old one was turned into a dining room.spouse: >Delaney, Kathleen Mae (1916 - 1994)
Wayne was one of the first men to organize a fire department in the town of Kenai. After fighting a fire he was all covered with smoke and ashes so the guys he was with named him Smoky. The name stuck with him for the rest of his life.
After his brother died, Wayne went to work as a heavy duty mechanic in the construction field. He worked on almost all the roadways in Alaska at one time or another.
His favorite pastimes were his home, wife, children, grandchildren and FISHING. He had a 15 foot boat that he took on the now famous Kenai River and fished for King and Red Salmon. Eating the picnic was also a favorite. Skilak Lake and Hidden Lake were the other favorite spots for him to take his family boating and fishing.
After retiring from construction, Smoky opened his own garage, named "Smoky's Garage", near his home. His wife Kay helped him run it by driving to Anchorage for parts and by doing all the books. (Source: Brøderbund WFT Vol. 13, Ed. 1, Tree #3328, Date of Import: 6 Oct 1999)
HIRAM EDWARD TUTTLE was a lawyer and Secretary of the Board of Trade in Waltham, Massachusetts, and was not married as of about 1913. (Source: Chronicles of the Bement Family in America; 1928, p. 260e)
It has been determed that Edward Harrison Tuttle is the son of this couple; but it has not been verified if Lucius Tuttle is also their son.spouse: >Harrison, Rebecca (~1785 - )
Had three sons, all unmarried in 1909.spouse: >Hotchkiss, Emma (>1840 - >1913)
Had issue.spouse: >Ellis, Hattie (~1136 - )
Married twice and has issue.
Married and had issue.
Married twice; resided at Los Angeles, California.
Married twice, had issue; was living in Chicago in 1913.