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Comment by Jimmy Tull on February 9, 2014 at 8:58pm

My name is Jimmy Tull. I live in Fulton KY but my family grew up in vermillion county illinois. my grandfather and family lived in shelby county illinois.,some went to texas, and to duck river bedford tn after coming from maryland,,looking for relative to Earl Brian tull, james allen tull,adley tull .or john w tull who married loretta turrentine.

Comment by David Allen Tull on January 28, 2012 at 8:33pm
My name is David Tull. Currently, I live in Fort Worth Texas. I am originally from West Tennessee (McNairy County). I am in the beginning stages of researching my Tull family. My immediate family (Tull) are from Chester and McNairy Counties. Supposedly, I had a great great uncle leave West Tennessee in the mid to late 1800's and move west. The last letter my family received from him was post marked around Dallas, Texas. Anyway, I am looking forward to the research that lies ahead.
Comment by Dorothy Darland on June 23, 2011 at 2:55pm
I am researching Tull's from Maryland, Indiana, Iowa
Comment by Roger Tull on December 28, 2010 at 10:28am

I've managed (with help from Tamara Mazzei and others) to trace my line back to my great-great-great grandfather, William Tull, born 1760 in Selborne, Hampshire, who married Mary Wells in 1785. The ceremony was carried out by Gilbert White, author of "The Natural History of Selborne". Their daughter, Charlotte was apparently unmarried but with a son, George, who in turn had a son William, born in Horsham in 1876 and killed on the Somme in October 1916. The family had by then settled in Portsmouth and my father (Frederick) married Dora Beynon. She was born in Portsmouth but the Beynon family came from St Florence in Pembrokeshire and moved between Wales, England, Scotland and back to England because of my grandfather's work in the naval dockyards.

At the moment, I'm stuck in 1760 because the parish records are so patchy before then, especially for agricultural labourers who didn't own any property!

I'm always interested in seeing how these lines develop - Tull is not a common name in England, so it's quite likely that most are connected in some way, bearing in mind that the name first crops up in the 14th century, I believe. The central link for this name group seems to go back to the Hampshire / Berkshire area.

Roger

 

Comment by barbara tull on July 23, 2009 at 1:26pm
Hi I have been off line due to computer problems, and..cannot figure out how to reply to Margaretann...
Want to thank her for all the info!! Right now having a bad patch of health, hope to get this discussion group biz ironed out and respond...
Barbara
Comment by Tamara Barber Mazzei on July 20, 2009 at 4:01am
Hi Barbara,

I searched for Daniel B. Tull too, although he isn't my line either. Alas, I didn't find any more information than Margaret Ann did, but it's great that you may have Olive's last name. Perhaps that will give us all another clue.

Best wishes,
Tamara
Comment by Margaretann on July 19, 2009 at 7:55pm
Hi Barbara,

Daniel Tull isn't my line, but I did a little work on the line just to find out who these Tull's in Georgia were. I found several obits for Tull's in Georgia and in the process of figuring out who they were I chased them to Daniel and Olive as follows:

Descendants of Daniel B. Tull

1 Daniel B. Tull b: Abt. 1810 in New York d: Bet. 1870 - 1880
. +Olive ??? b: Abt. 1813 in New York
...... 2 B.J. Tull
...... 2 John Dewitt Tull b: Abt. 1836
...... 2 James Sidney Tull b: Abt. 1838
...... 2 William Henry Tull b: Abt. 1841 in New York d: Jul 1917 in 114 Avon Avenue, Oakland City, Fulton County, Georgia
.......... +??? d: Bet. 1863 - 1869 in Probably Wisconsin
.............. 3 Albert D. Tull b: Apr 1865
.................. +Lucy Farr b: Aug 1864 in South Carolina
...................... 4 Bert Farr Tull b: May 1889 in Georgia
.......................... +Anna Belle Hansen b: Abt. 1887 in Georgia
...................... 4 Nettie Farr Tull b: Jul 1890 in Georgia
.......................... +Samuel Cohen b: Abt. 1890 in Russia
...................... 4 Mabel Farr Tull b: May 1893 in Georgia d: 14 Jan 1961 in Fulton County, Georgia
.......................... +Oliver H. Kroeger b: Abt. 1894 in Missouri m: 12 Oct 1918 in Fulton County, Georgia d: 15 May 1924 in Fulton County, Georgia
...................... 4 Henry M. Tull b: Jan 1895 in Georgia
...... *2nd Wife of William Henry Tull:
.......... +Lucy ??? m: Abt. 1869 d: 14 Mar 1928 in Fulton County, Georgia
...... 2 Albert Newcomb Tull b: Abt. 1844 in Ohio
...... 2 Emory J. Tull b: Abt. 1846 in New York
.......... +Mary ??? b: Abt. 1839 in New York
...... 2 Ansel Leslie Tull b: Abt. 1849 in Ohio d: Aft. 1921
.......... +Ellen M. Dutton b: Abt. 1850 in New York m: Sep 1869 in probably Wisconsin d: 29 May 1921 in DeKalb County, Georgia
.............. 3 Alice Tull
.................. +??? Williams
...................... 4 Ellamae Williams
...... 2 Eugene Tull b: Abt. 1852

Here are a couple obits:
30 July 1917, The Atlanta Constitution

W.H. Tull
W.H. Tull, 77 years old, died last night at the residence, 114 Avon Avenue, Oakland City. He is survived by his wife; a son, A.D. Tull, and four brothers, J.S. of Ohios. B.J. of Oak Hill, GA; Rev. A.L. of Atlanta, and E. Tull of Mississippi.

Obit from 15 March 1928 Atlanta Constitution

Mrs. Lucy A. Tull dies at Residence
Mrs. Lucy A. Tull, 76, well known resident of Oakland City for the past twenty years, died Wednesday night at the residence, 1075 Lawton Street, S.W. following a long illness.

Funeral services will be held at 3 0'Clock Friday afternoon from the residence. The Rev. R.Z. Tyler will officiate and interment will be in Hill Crest Cemetery with Sam R. Greenberg and Co. in charge.

Mrs. Tull is survived by a son, A.D. Tull, four grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
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Georgia Death Certificate Transcription for Mary Ellen Dutton Tull

Title Tull, Mary Ellen
Age at Death 71 years
City of Death Atlanta
County of Death DeKalb
Date of Death 29 May 1921
Year of Death 1921
Father's Name John Dutton
Mother's Name Delia Huntley
First Name Mary Ellen
Last Name Tull
Race or Ethnic Origin Caucasian

Certificate Number 11519
Sex Female

Spouse's Name A L Tull
Format Document

Cite as Death Certificates, Vital Records, Public Health, RG 26-5-95, Georgia Archives

Digital Collection Georgia Death Certificates
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The Atlanta Constitution, 20 Oct 1918
Kraeger-Tull
Mr. and Mrs. A.D. Tull announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Mabel Farr Tull, to Mr. Oliver H. Kroeger, formerly of St. Louis, MO., Saturday evening, October 12, at 9 0'clcok, in the presence of relatives and a few intimate friends, at the bride's home in Oakland City.

The ceremony was performed in the living room, which was artistically decorated with ferns and autumn flowers. Rev. Underwood officiated.

The bride was lovely in a suit of taupe panne velvet, with hat and shoes of corresponding color. She wore a corsage bouquet of bride's roses and valley lilles. Mrs. Bert F. Tull, of Eatonton, GA, sister-in-law of the bride, rendered the wedding march.

Punch was served on the veranda by Misses Lorayne Greene and Eddian Crawford. A delicious salad course was served in the dining room, the table being decorated with a large vase of pink roses.

Mrs. Sam Cohen assisted her mother, Mrs. Tull in receiving.

Mr. and Mrs. Kroeger will make Atlanta their home for the present, with the latter's parents.

Mabel's Death Cert. Transcription:
Georgia Deaths, 1919-98 Georgia Deaths, 1919-98
Name: Mabel T Kroeger
Death Date: 14 Jan 1961
County of Death: Fulton
Gender: F
Race: W
Age: 67 years
County of Residence: Fulton
Certificate: 02041

Source Citation: Certificate number: 02041.

Source Information:
Ancestry.com. Georgia Deaths, 1919-98 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2001. Original data: State of Georgia. Indexes of Vital Records for Georgia: Deaths, 1919-1998. Gerogia, USA: Georgia Heatlh Department, Office of Vital Records, 1998.

Not a lot, but hope it helps a little.
Comment by barbara tull on July 19, 2009 at 6:37pm
Looking for the parentage of Daniel Brown Tull born abut 1809 Cattaruaugus County, NY according to his pension file, from Mexican War. He married Olive Gray in Onieda County, NY (no marriage record found, only written in a Bible.) Believe she was a Quaker.
Went west, died in Minnesota. Several of his sons went to Geogia after 1880.
Barbaa
Comment by Alan Geoffrey Semmens on July 18, 2009 at 2:54pm
My Family Tull originated in Hampshire, England. My G.Uncle (Bob), his Father and His father before him were all in the Royal Navy. Any other Brit Tulls out there?

Geoff
Comment by Tamara Barber Mazzei on July 15, 2009 at 4:20am
Hi John Tull. I remember looking up your Elizabeth Tull in the 1850 census in Madison Co. TN because one of my 7th(?) g-grandfather's (John Nicholas Tull) daughters (Mary Tull Sparks) was said to have been born in Madison Co. and I have always suspected a relationship between Elizabeth Tull's husband and John Nicholas Tull. In 1850 JN Tull was in Henderson Co., but he was said to have been in Madison before that. The dates and places fit, but alas, I could never find that link. I'll bet it's there though!
 

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