A One-Name Study
for the BARNUM/BARNHAM Surname
Notes for Austin S. TUTTLE
The Illinois Central Iron and Coal Mining Company was organized March 3, 1857, and their articles of association filed March 27 of the same year. The capital stock was $56,000, divided into 560 shares, incorporated for 30 years. The first directors and officers were Austin S. TUTTLE, President; Alonzo W. Nason, Secretary and Treasurer; and Orrin J. Rose. This company began mining coal in 1857.
From Kent County, Michigan Land Transfers to 1870, abtracted from the earliest land transfers on file in the office of the Register of Deeds of Kent Co., Grand Rapids, Michigan: 1) Gilbert, Joseph T. and Guy R. Prentiss and Austin S. Tuttle, N.Y. City, Grantor. Ira Woodcock, Sparta, Grantee. Convey land on Sec. 30, 80 acres, Sparta Twp.
1 June, 1854. Liber W Pg. 353, 354. 2) Woodward, Kendall & Eliza (w), - Sheriff’s Affidavit in Matter of foreclosure of Mortgage, Res. ----, Grantor. Jos. T. Gilbert, Guy R. Prentiss, Austin S. Tuttle, New York, City, Grantee. Convey land on Sec. 30, 80 acres, Sparta Twp.
6 Feb., 1852. Liber T Pg. 35, 36.
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