b. Oct. 16, 1696 (Woodbridge, Middlesex, NJ) - d. Dec. 31, 1754 (Woodbridge, Middlesex, NJ)
Whippany Grave Yard (Morris County, N.J.)
From ancestry.com: Taken from Family History: Early New York Families, 1600-1900s
"Timothy Tuttle, son of Stephen and Ruth (Higgins-Fitz Randolph) Tuttle, was born October 16, 1696 at Woodbridge, New Jersey and died December 3, 1754 at Hanover, New Jersey. With his brother, Joseph, he lived in Newark until 1730 or 1732, then moved to Morris County where they had previously purchased land. He was a member of the Hanover Presbyterian Church*, the oldest in the County. He was overseer of the poor, assessor and justice of the peace while living in Newark and Hanover. He married in 1724 at morristown, Cecelia Moore, was buried July 3, 1768. She was a member of one of the old and substantial families of New Jersey. He accumulated a good deal of property, which was apportioned out among his heirs in 1755. Children: Daniel of whom further; Thomas , Isaac, Stephen, Abraham, Mary, Joanna".
*The oldest church in Morris County was located next to the Whippany Burying Ground where Timothy Tuttle is buried. It no longer exists. This church split into two new parishes- Hanover Presbyterian Church, East hanover, NJ and the Whippany Presbyterian Church, Whippany, NJ.
The Will of Timothy Tuttle:
Married in 1724
b. 1700 (Woodbridge, Middlesex, NJ) - d. July 3, 1768 (Morristown, Morris, NJ)Morristown, NJ Presbyterian Church (NJ)
Ruth Higgins-Fitz Randolph Tuttle
Ruth was the daughter of Richard Higgins (b. 1613 England) and Mary Yates-Higgins (b. 1626 Massachusetts).
She married Isaac FitzRandolph in 1692, and then married Stephen Tuttle in 1695.