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Grave marker for Pvt Charles B. Tuttle at Plot A Row 3 Grave 56 in Molenhoek American Cemetery, Holland. in Molenhoek American Cemetery, Holland.

Pvt Tuttle was killed in action in the Den Heuvel woods on September 22, 1944 in Holland and was awarded the Purple Heart. 
(Photo taken by Roger Kitchen on the first anniversary of Operation Market Garden, Sept, 17, 1945 at Molenhoek American Cemetery, Holland)

Private Tuttle's remains were repatriated after the end of the war and now rest in Section 30 of the West Park Cemetery, Cleveland (Cuyahoga County), Ohio. (courtesy of  Dan Dzurick)

[see eyewitness account of his death when he and Bennie Upton were killed]

Name: Tuttle, Pvt. Charles B.
Date: Apr 23 1949

Tuttle, Pvt. Charles B., beloved husband of Helen; son of Ben W. and Ida M.: brother of Fred, Gordon and the late Helen; killed in action in Holland Sept. 22, 1944.

Friends may call at the Daniels Funeral Home, 15800 Detroit Ave., where services will be held Saturday, April 23, at 3 p. m.

[Source unknown;  Cleveland Necrology File, Reel #081, Apr 23 1949]