A. A. H. Tuttle

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Anson A. H. Tuttle
Secretary of State of California
In office
1863–1863
Preceded by William H. Weeks
Succeeded by Benjamin B. Redding
California State Assemblyman, 7th District
In office
1858–1859
Preceded by George W. Thomas
Succeeded by Samuel M. Buck
Personal details
Born 1820
New York
Died 1866
Sacramento, California
Political party Republican

Anson A. H. Tuttle (ca. 1820 – 1866) was an American tavern keeper, judge and Republican politician. Tuttletown, California, was named for him.

Born in New York, he removed to California, where he built a log cabin in 1848 in what would become Tuolumne County. He was a member of the California State Assembly, 1858-59. He was Secretary of State of California in 1863.

Tuttle is interred in the Sacramento Historic City Cemetery in Sacramento, California.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Sacramento Historic City Cemetery Burial Index" (PDF). Old City Cemetery Committee. 2005. Retrieved April 6, 2011. 
  • 1850 Tuolumne Co., CA, U.S. Federal Census, Sht. 306, p. 153 B, line 11.

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Preceded by
George W. Thomas
California State Assemblyman, 7th District
1858-1859
Succeeded by
Samuel M. Buck
Preceded by
William H. Weeks
Secretary of State of California
1863
Succeeded by
Benjamin B. Redding