Tuttle, Lagrand A.

Lagrand A. TUTTLE, son of Caleb, was born near Windsor, N.Y., Oct. 11, 1854.  In 1856 his father came to Scio, and when a boy Lagrand was clerk in a store in Scio for 4 years.  In 1878, he went to Rixford, Pa., and established himself as a merchant.  The next year he purchased a variety store, which was burned in 1880, Mr. Tuttle losing about $2,000.  In 1883 he came to Allentown, and was in trade 4 years.  He then commenced business as an oil producer, which he still continues.  He has been notary public since 1883, was appointed postmaster in 1894, is a member of Macedonia Lodge No. 258, F. & A. M. of Bolivar, and Bolivar Chapter.  In 1879 he married Lillian, daughter of Sherman S. PERKINS of Scio.  He is also a member of St. John’s Commandery, No. 24 of Olean, N.Y.