Moses Tullis Was Scottish!
A Tullis Family Tree DNA Update
by Thomas S. Tullis
An update to the genetic genealogy study being conducted to determine
if various Tullis males share a common paternal ancestor. Perhaps the
most interesting finding is an exact match between descendants of Moses
Tullis of New Jersey/Virginia and a Tullis who traces his line back to
Scotland through a more recent migration.
Tullis Family of Columbiana County, Ohio
Part 5: Henry George Tullis & Family
by Carolyn Miller and Patricia Tullys
This is the fifth installment of extracts from the book The Richard Tullis
Family of Columbiana County, Ohio by Carolyn Miller and Patricia Tullys
(1989). In this installment, we focus on the third child of Richard Tullis
and Rachel Barrett, Henry George Tullis and his family. Includes a listing
of the known descendants of Henry George Tullis and his wife Susan
Cupar, Fife, Scotland
Photos by Peter John Tullis
Presents photos of the gravestones of Tullises buried in Cupar, Fife,
Scotland, including Robert Tullis, bookseller and printer (died 1831),
his wife Agnes, their son Robert, and their daughters Alice and Jane;
George Smith Tullis (eldest son of Robert Tullis)(died 1848), his wife
Jane, their two daughters Janet and Jane, and Georges second wife,
Agnes; and Janet Tullis (died 1821), Alexander Tullis (died 1836), William
Tullis (died 1834), and Janet Tullis (died 1879).
Capt. James Tullis and
Photos by David F. Conover; Copies of Family Bible from Gloucester
Co Historical Society
Provides information about Capt. James Tullis (1805-1882) and his wife
Jeannet Shaw (1809-1883) of Cumberland Co, NJ. Includes photos of their
gravestones and their Family Bible.
Some Tullis Records from
Cumberland and Salem Counties, New Jersey
Provided by David F. Conover
Presents an interesting record from early Salem Co. showing the ear
marks used on the livestock of Robert Tullis. Also lists Tullises
buried in Old Broad St. Cemetery, Bridgeton, NJ.
Zola Hardys Book, Tullis
and Allied Families, Online
Provides information about Zola Hardys (1980) book, Tullis and Allied
Families, which is now available online.
Biography of John T. Tullis
From History of Miami County, Ohio (1880), published by W. H. Beers and
Mystery Photo: Cleo Tullis
Presents a mystery photo of a young girl named Cleo Tullis, taken in the
1880s or 90s.
Tullis Trees is a family-history newsletter published
quarterly by Thomas S. Tullis, 68 Meetinghouse Lane, South Easton, MA
02375. It is available both in print and online. Subscriptions to the
printed version are $12 per calendar year. Subscriptions to the online
version, sent as a link in an email message, are free. Issues are posted
at http://www.tullistrees.org. A form to subscribe to either the print
or online version can also be found there. Submissions of articles, photos,
documents, etc., are strongly encouraged. Please email to TomTullis@aol.com
or fax to 508-256-0527.