Welcome! Our post name comes from a Patriot of WWI who was born in Needham MA, on November 4, 1895 to Chester F. and Ada J. (Percy) Tuttle. In May of 1909 he moved from a farm in Sullivan, New Hampshire to a farm in Auburn which is now the Adamsky Vegetable Farm. He worked on this farm until October 6, 1917 when he enlisted in the U.S. Army. From Camp Devens he went to Gordon, Georgia where he joined Battery B, 319th Field Artillery, 82nd division. He was eventually mustered overseas on May 19, 1918. He was wounded in France on October 31, 1918 during the Meuse-Argonne Offensive. He died the following day and was buried in France. In 1921 his remains were returned to Auburn for internment at Hillside Cemetery.