Tuttle, George M., was born at Stafford, Genesee county, N. Y., May 29, 1871, and is a son of Thomas B. Tuttle, a druggist at Le Roy in the same county. George M. Tuttle attended the Le Roy Academic Institute until he was seventeen years of age, when he took a course at Cornell University and was graduated from there in the spring of 1892. In the fall of the same year, he returned to Cornell, took a course in law, and was graduated with honors in the spring of 1893, having completed the two years' course in one year. He then came to Niagara Falls, where he entered the law offices of Cromley & Lawrence, continuing there until December, 1895, at which time the partnership of Cromley & Lawrence was dissolved and the partnership of Lawrence & Tuttle was formed. Mr. Tuttle is one of the rising young attorneys at Niagara Falls and enjoys an enviable reputation.
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