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TULL family

Wes Craig (View posts)
Posted: 25 Jul 1999 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: TULL
Hi Lin,

I checked my "Early Pioneers/Settlers in Valley County, Idaho, (1870-1920): An Index" and was unable to locate a Tull family. Just to be sure I went back and reviewed all of the homesteading Claims for Valley County (some 40 pages of them)and did not locate a TULL claim. It may be possible that a claim was filed for,but never "proved up".

My "Early Pioneers..." contains Surnames from the Valley Couny Index to Misc. Records, Vol. I kept by the County Clerk from 1917-1973 and including earlier court records for the period 1881-1916. I have no record of a Tull turning up in those records.

I would appreciate it if you could provide me with a copy of any documentation (family letters, etc.) which show that the Tulls were in Long Valley during the period you mentioned. I would be happy to include them in a future revision of my Pioneer compilation for the county.I can well imagine that there were a number of early settlers in the Valley who did not leave a formal paper trail.

Wes Craig

Western States Marriage Index

Posted: 25 Jul 1999 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 25 Jun 2001 7:01PM GMT
Lin,
This site might be helpful to you if you do not already have it.

Valley County Archives

Posted: 25 Jul 1999 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 25 Jun 2001 7:01PM GMT
Lin,
The Valley county webmaster is having server problems. I will give you a link to the archives which is I consider one of the best in the state. You should search their records for your families.

Good Luck,
Cec

TULL

Lin Tull Cannell (View posts)
Posted: 25 Jul 1999 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: TULL, TAYLOR, OVERMAN, KELTY, EGGERS
My great-grandparents, RICHARD D. TULL and AMY (TINY) TAYLOR TULL, came to Long Valley, Idaho 1886-1889. According to family records, they attempted to prove up a homestead in Long Valley, and DICK TULL worked as a sawyer in the logging camps. Dick and Tiny Tull had been married in Lane Co. Oregon in 1877. They had five children: (1) DORA A. TULL b 1878, d 1881 Oregon; (2) SIDNEY WILLIAM TULL, b. 22 Nov. 1882, m. Dollie Leona KELTY, d. 17 Nov. 1944 CA; (3) RICHARD CRAIG TULL, b 20 Mar. 1884, m. Mable OVERMAN in Walla Walla WA 1 Nov. 1905, d. 7 Dec. 1969, buried Milton-Freewater OR; (4) FRED CLEVELAND TULL (my grandfather), b. 5 Aug. 1886 Weston, OR, m. Myrtle E. BONE 13 Sept. 1908, d. 24 June 1971 Prosser, WA; (5) ADA L. TULL b 2 Feb. 1889 Valley Co. ID, m. Edward H. EGGERS 15 Mar. 1911, d. 25 Jan. 1919.

Does anyone have a record of this family in Valley County in the 1880s? There could be divorce records and a remarriage of Dick TULL. They must have filed for a homestead, although they did not remain in the region after Dick and Tiny Tull split up.

Re: TULL

Posted: 3 Feb 2013 2:35AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Tull
Hi -- my name is Arlene Walters and I am Craig and Mabel Tull's granddaughter.


Sounds like you have some information on his parents and siblings. I would love to see anything you have on Grandpa Craig's ancestors.

Is your grandfather, Fred, the one that had the turkey farm?

Thanks,
Arlene
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