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Tutas Family

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Re: Tutas Family

Posted: 15 Nov 2009 7:20PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 10 Aug 2015 5:36PM GMT
Hello. In reply, I think Tutas is probably a Baltic or Old Prussian name. I know of three Tutas family groups in the US. The first was a group of Tutas immigrants who settled or passed through (late 19th-early 20th century) southwestern Ohio (specifically Hamilton, Ohio); some went on to Chicago, Milwaukee and Ozaukee County, Wisconsin. The common ancestor of this 1st group was said to be Albert Tutas (who did not immigrate) from what is now Poland ( [Updated 2015:] generally north of Warsaw). The 2nd group I've heard of was immigrant Adulphus or Adolf Tutas and wife Caroline and their descendants, who are associated with origins in the Marinette County, Wisconsin area. A 3rd group I've heard of descended from immigrant Alexander and Eleanor Tutas and is associated with origins in the Wayne County, Michigan area. I don't know of any connection between the three groups. There are probably some other Tutas family groups in the US, but these are the primary groups I've seen in records and on the internet. Hope this info is of interest. - Ron Tutas
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BKNEER 14 Jun 2002 12:33AM GMT 
Carolyn Cohen 19 Sep 2002 4:42PM GMT 
rtutas 22 Jul 2008 4:06AM GMT 
ahruska44 28 Sep 2008 4:35AM GMT 
rtutas 1 Oct 2008 6:34AM GMT 
ctutas 14 Nov 2009 10:43PM GMT 
rtutas 16 Nov 2009 2:20AM GMT 
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