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|Cutler Solomon Van Tuyl 1831|
They Had five children;
Joseph Hurley November 5, 1853 - April 26, 1903 Married Mary Ann Wallace
Daniel 1855 - 1942 Married Susan Peifer
Olive Marie January 19, 1857 - March 11, 1944 Married Charles Washington Way
Charles February 6, 1850 - July 23, 1924 Married Martha Ella
James Alfred February 28, 1866 - June 5, 1936 Married Emeline Lucy Toner Cox
Cutler Solomon married Clara Way March 13,1871. He is listed as from Ohio and she is from Columbus, Ohio. No children were born to this marriage.
Published in the Edwardsburg Argus Weekly Newspaper January 6,1916.
Copied from Microfilm at Edwardsburg High School Library. Located by
Marvin Van Tuyl and Reita Van Tuyl- Walter Sept. 17, 1976
of C.S. Van Tuyl
Cutler Solomon Van Tuyl, son of Daniel and Hannah Van Tuyl, was born in
Ohio, April 13th, 1831, and came with his parents to Jefferson Township,
Cass County, Mich., in 1835 and located on a part of what is now the
Henry Hanson farm. They lived - there about eleven years, and in 1846
they sold out and bought what is known as the C.S. Van Tuyl farm.
On July 6th, 1852 Mr. Van Tuyl was united in marriage to Elizabeth
Adelia Donahe. They bought the Joseph Van Tuyl farm, where they resided
for 12 years, when they sold it and moved onto the farm where he passed
away Jan. 1st, 1916. To
this union were born five children, four of whom are living - Daniel and
Charles Van Tuyl and Mrs. Olive Way, of Edwardsburg, Mich. and James
Alfred Van Tuyl of Moorestown Mich. The oldest son Joseph Hurley Van
Tuyl, died April 26,1903. Mr. Van Tuyl leaves 20 grandchildren and 23
In 1868 his wife departed this life, and in 1871 he was married to Miss
Clara Way, who survives him.
He was one of the early pioneers of Cass County, and by industry and
economy accumulated a competency, and was one of the well-to-do
citizens of Jefferson Township.
His age was 84 years 8 months and 19 days.
The Funeral was held at the house Wednesday forenoon, at 10:30
O’clock, with burial in the Hanson cemetery.
Rev. C. H. Anderson Officiated.
Information: Marvin H. Van Tuyl
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