A Family History Newsletter

Volume 2, Number 2

2nd Quarter 2003


Contents

From the Editor
An introduction to this issue of Tullis Trees.

Letters to the Editor
A new feature, including letters from Richard C. Hansen and Waunita Gibbons.

Amos Fletcher Tullis (1830 - 1900)
by JoAnn N. Balmer
Presents extensive information on the family of Amos Fletcher Tullis (1830-1900), shown on the cover, and his wife Catherine "Cassie" Buchanan (1841-1927). Amos was born in Rush Co, Indiana, but migrated West with his brothers in 1852, eventually settling in Lewis Co, Washington, where he became the first mayor of Chehalis. Includes photos and obituaries.

Some Tullis Gravestones in Four Iowa Cemeteries
Photos by Sherri Tullis
Presents photos of Tullis gravestones in four Iowa cemeteries: Ottumwa Cemetery, Shaul Cemetery, and Memorial Lawn Cemetery in Ottumwa, and Forest Cemetery in Oskaloosa.

Tullis Obituaries
Provided by Sherri Tullis
Includes obituaries of Martha Jeannette Tullis, John Howell Tullis, Anna Pearl (Teter) Tullis, and Phoebe E. (Magie) Tullis.

Historical Atlas of Mahaska Co, Iowa, 1875
Provided by Sherri Tullis
Presents a map of Mahaska County, Iowa, from 1875, including the Moses G. Tullis household.

Melvin Thomas Tullis (1873-1943) and Family
by Helen Tullis
Presents information on the family of Melvin Thomas Tullis of Gwinnett Co, Georgia. He was the only child of Mahulda Tullis and a grandson of Moses and Nancy Tullis. Includes photos.

The Ancestors and Descendants of Bertram Thomas Tullis (1871-1930)
Part 2: David L. and John Cartmell Tullis

Compiled in 1983 by John Louis Tullis, M.D. (1911 - 1993)
This is Part 2 in a series of excerpts from a manuscript written in 1983 by Dr. John Louis Tullis about his fatherís Tullis family tree. This part includes information about David L. Tullis (1808-1876) and his son John Cartmell Tullis (1846-1932).

Tullis Query / Albert C. Tullis Gravestone Photo
Includes a Tullis query and a photo of the gravestone of Albert C. Tullis (1868-1906).


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