From the Editor
by Thomas S. Tullis
Announces the end of the printed version of this newsletter, although
the online version will continue to be published to the web.
Walter Hercules Tullis (1871 -
by Donald and Linda (Tullis) Moran
Presents the autobiography of Walter Hercules Tullis (1871-1936), son
of Thomas Summerset Tullis (1835-1912) and Henrietta Clay Ogle (1844-1929).
Walter married Ninnie Jeanette McKee (1868-1932) on 30 Oct 1894 in Humphreys,
Missouri. They had four children who lived to adulthood: Martha Leila,
Mary Jane, Susan McKee, and John Lee. Includes photos and a family group
Family Bible of Moses Tullis & Mary
Provided by Donald and Linda (Tullis) Moran
Provides scanned images as well as a transcription of the family-history
pages of the Family Bible of Moses Grooms Tullis (1804-1879) and his wife
Mary Summerset (1803-1880). The birth of Thomas Summerset Tullis, father
of Walter Hercules Tullis profiled in the previous article, is recorded
The Richard Tullis Family of
Columbiana County, Ohio
Part 12: Charles Edwin Dingy Tullis
by Carolyn Miller and Patricia Tullys
This is the twelfth 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 tenth child of Richard
Tullis and Rachel Barrett: Charles Edwin Dingy Tullis.
The Descendants of Jasper S. Tullis (1824-1890)
Information and Photos Provided by Betty Tullis Lanzendorfer
Jasper Simeon Tullis was one of the children of William Brandiff Tullis
(abt 1800 - 1863) and his wife Sarah Pope (abt 1805 - 1856). This article
starts with the family of Jasper S. Tullis, then moves to the family of
his son Lawrence E.G. Tullis, and then the family of Lawrences son,
Jasper G. Jack Tullis.
Tullis Trees is a family-history newsletter that has been published
biannually by Thomas S. Tullis, 68 Meetinghouse Lane, South Easton, MA
02375. However, this is the last issue of the printed version. Online
articles will continue to be published, and will be posted at http://www.tullistrees.org.
A form to subscribe to the online version can be found there. Submissions
of articles, photos, documents, etc., are strongly encouraged. Please
email to TomTullis @ aol.com or fax to 508-256-0527.