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Posted: 17 Sep 1999 7:48AM GMT
Edited: 9 Aug 2002 9:25PM GMT

richard tootle(Tutle)was in Richmond County, NC, in 1810; on jury duty in Tattnall County, GA in 1818. The Georgia Tootles seem to be descendants of his four sons, James, John, William and Silas. There were daughter marriages, Susan, Jane and Penelope. Need parents of Richard and who his wife was. He died in Decatur or Early County, GA, in the 1830's.

GA/SC Tootles

Gary Tootle, Jr. (View posts)
Posted: 1 Jun 2000 8:35PM GMT
My parents moved to Atlanta GA in 1978, My father, Gary Tootle Sr., and mother, Angela Lott. My grandparents are George and Elsie Tootle, both residents of North Augusta, SC., and that's as far back as I know my ancestry on my father's side. I am uncertain as to whether my grandfather moved to SC from elsewhere or always resided there, but I do know he was in the air force and I beleive served in WW2, as my father served in Vietnam in the Coast Guard. Any ideas/leads are appreciated!

Re: George and Elsie Tootle

Posted: 2 Jun 2000 7:24AM GMT
Edited: 9 Aug 2002 9:25PM GMT
No specific help for your George and Elsie Tootle at this time. George is a family name often used in the Tootle family which had its Georgia beginnings with Richard Tootle settling in Tattnall County, GA, such that he is first found in a jury list and paying taxes in 1818. He was in Richmond County, NC, in the 1810 census. Until 1910, the family remained in Tattnall or adjacent counties. By 1920, they had begun to move elsewhere - like Savannah and South Florida.
Your grandad might well be in that group which numbers of us are trying to put together. If a reaal lead comes up, wer shall let you know.
Martha Tootle Cain

Re: George and Elsie Tootle

Posted: 30 Jun 2008 9:40PM GMT
Classification: Query
Martha Tootle Cain,
You were very kind several years ago in mentioning some sources that might help me find more of "my Tootles."

If you have come across any additional info on Columbus Tootle's connection to Bernus (Bernice) Tootle I would love to have it. I have a basic idea starting with the Tootles from NC coming down to GA, then, William Tootle in the Tattnall County, GA census of 1820 and extending through Columbus Tootle, CSA, but I lose the trail until my grandfather, Bernus Walton Tootle, died in a car-train wreck in 1929, who was buried in Bonaventure Cemetary, Savannah, married to my maternal grandmother Gladys Williams Tootle Cheely.

Columbus Tootle had several boys and I do not know which one is the correct line for me.

Yes, I should have followed up on all this with my grandmother (from Marlow) who had the info, but, well brains are wasted on youth.

Now, I have cancer and I want to get as much of the line connected for the Tootles for my two daughters.

I am an Anderson, only male Anderson in my part of the family, from a family also originally from Tattnall County, but barely know my father and Anderson, Williams (and Rogers) are tough names to try to follow blindly, so many in south Georgia.

If you or anyone can help,
Thanks a bunch,
Kurt Anderson

Re: George and Elsie Tootle

Posted: 4 Sep 2009 9:27AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Tootle
Hi, Im sorry I have no information for you but would like to wish you well in your search. My maiden name is Tootle (Now Walsh) but we are in England. I dont know if you have any conection to us. My Niece Sonya Tootle has gone back to the 17 hundreds with our family tree and it fasinating. This will be a lovely gift to your children. Hope you get all the info you want. I have 2 brothers Peter and Gary Tootle. Sadly Gary is no longer with us he died in 2000 aged 34yrs.
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