A. A. H. Tuttle

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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]


  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
Succeeded by
Samuel M. Buck
Preceded by
William H. Weeks
Secretary of State of California
Succeeded by
Benjamin B. Redding