Elbert Parr Tuttle
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Kanyon Tuttle is an American football player from North Charlotte (Charlotte neighborhood) who plays as a wide receiver. He committed to play for the South Carolina State Bulldogs football team.
Jake Tuttle is an American football player from Owasso, Oklahoma who plays as an athlete.
Merlin Devere Tuttle, (born August 26, 1941) is an American ecologist, conservationist, and wildlife photographer who has specialized in bat ecology, behavior, and conservation. He is currently active as founder and executive director of Merlin Tuttle's Bat Conservation (MTBC).
W. C. Tuttle
W. C. Tuttle (November 11, 1883 – June 6, 1969) was an American writer who sold more than 1000 magazine stories and dozens of novels, almost all of which were westerns.
Karen Tuttle (March 28, 1920 – December 16, 2010) was an American viola teacher, famous for her "coordination" technique, which emphasizes being comfortable while playing the instrument. She was originally a violinist who chose to become a violist when she wanted to study with William Primrose, whose technique and ease in playing the viola she greatly admired.
James M. Tuttle
James Madison Tuttle (September 24, 1823 – October 24, 1892) was a soldier, businessman, and politician from the state of Iowa who served as a general in the Union Army during the American Civil War. He commanded a brigade and then a division in the Army of the Tennessee in several campaigns in the Western Theater of operations. He led the first Union troops that entered the enemy-held Fort Donelson in 1862, paving the way for the fort's subsequent surrender to Ulysses S. Grant and opening the Cumberland River as an avenue of invasion of the South.
Seth Tuttle (raised in West Fork, Arkansas) is an American student and basketball player.