|Birth: ||1565, England|
|Death: ||Apr. 6, 1635|
Isabel, dau. of John Wells of Ringstead, Northampton, England, wife of Symon Tuttle and mother of the 1635 immigrant brothers Richard, John and William Tuttle to Massachusetts.
On Apr. 6, 1635 at "aged" 70 [meaning she was then 69 years old, and Æ 70, b. AFTER Apr. 6, 1565], Isabel was registered under her oldest son Richard's family for passage from London to the Massachusetts Bay Colony on the ship Planter. Unfortunately, although an intended passenger, whether she actually sailed with her children, died during the voyage or died after her arrival in New England cannot be factually stated. No extant record in the Tuttle family establishes when and where Isabel died.
A death date of April 6, 1635 has been used only to reference that she was presumably living on that date. And a death location of Boston, Mass., where the Planter arrived, is only for reference that she may have arrived and died on New England soil. However, to state definitively one way or another would be misleading and mere conjecture.
Symon Tuttle (____ - 1630)
Richard Tuttle (1583 - 1640)*
Dorothy Tuttle Bill (1592 - 1638)*
John Tuttle (1596 - 1656)*
William Tuttle (1607 - 1673)*
Created by: Don Blauvelt
Record added: Jun 27, 2013
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