A Family History Newsletter
Volume 2, Number 3
3rd Quarter 2003
From the Editor
An introduction to this issue of Tullis Trees.
The Family of David and Sarah Tullis of Ohio and Nebraska
Compiled by Ethel Tullis Hoselton (1902-1984) and supplied by Rebecca
Presents extensive information and photos related to the family of David
Tullis (1835-1906) and his wife Sarah Guyton (1842-1908). They moved from
Ohio to Nebraska in 1872. The information was compiled by their
grand-daughter Ethel Tullis Hoselton, and supplied by her grand-daughter,
Rebecca J. Honeyman.
William Moses Tullis (1869-1939) and Family
by Helen Tullis, including information supplied by Betty Adkisson
This is the second in a series of excerpts from Helen Tullisí book, Melvin
Thomas Tullis: Ancestors and Descendants. William Moses Tullis was a
first cousin of Melvin Thomas Tullis, profiled in the last issue of this
newsletter. William and his first wife, Mary Catherine Galbreath, had five
children. William and his second wife, Mae Smith Bennett, also had five
The Ancestors and Descendants of Bertram Thomas Tullis (1871-1930)
Part 3: Bertram Thomas Tullis and Family
Compiled in 1983 by John Louis Tullis, M.D. (1911 - 1993)
This is the third and final part 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 Bertram Thomas Tullis
himself and his family.
The Richard Tullis Family of Columbiana County, Ohio
Part 1: Early Origins
by Carolyn Miller and Patricia Tullys
This is the first of many installments of extracts from the book The
Richard Tullis Family of Columbiana County, Ohio published in 1989 by
Carolyn Miller and Patricia Tullys. This first installment begins with a
history of the Tullis Family Reunion in Columbiana County, Ohio, and
information about the early ancestors of Richard Tullis (1794-1856).
Richard was a descendant of Claudius Tullos (1641-1700) of Virginia.
Tullis Queries; Henry and Eliza
Includes queries from Sherry Karram and Sherri Tullis. Also includes
photos of Henry Tullis (1834-1919) and his wife Eliza Cartmell (1844-1914)
supplied by their great-great-grandson, William M. Tullis.
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