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.