Born: August 8, 1898, a daughter of John Tully and Frances Morrow

Died: April 20, 1986

Married: Samuel Hugh Tuttle Seaman 2nd Class, b.~ 1898 (the son of Hugh D. Tuttle and Hattie Pettis.) d. May 5 1939 and buried in Poolville Cemetery, Poolville, New York. Samuel was a disabled veteran of World War (information from Application for Veterans Headstone)

Dorothy Tully Tuttle was a nurse. She operated the operated the Tully cottage on Broadway with her mother, Frances Tully. She also worked at Stony Wold Sanitorium.

In the 1928, she and her husband had a camp on the Saranac River. 1

Adirondack Daily Enterprise, April 21, 1986

Dorothy T. Tuttle

SARANAC LAKE - Mrs. Dorothy T. Tuttle, formerly of Onchiota and the Overlook Apartments in Bloomingdale, died Sunday evening, April 20, at Uihlein Mercy Center in Lake Placid. She was 87.

Mrs. Tuttle was a retired Licensed Practical Nurse and had been employed at Stony Wold Sanitorium in Onchiota and later, with her mother, operated the Tully nursing cottage at 164 Broadway in Saranac Lake. It was the first nursing cottage to contract for care of servicemen following World War I.

Mrs. Tuttle was born in Saranac Lake on Aug. 8, 1898, the daughter of John J. and Frances (Morrow) Tully. She married Samuel Hugh Tuttle on Oct. 23, 1923, at St. Bernard's Church in Saranac Lake predeceased her.

Mrs. Tuttle was a former American Red Cross volunteer, a former member of St. Bernard's Catholic Daughters, Court St. Bernard, member of the Catholic Daughters Court Rosary of Fatima of Bloomingdale and former member of the Town of Brighton American Legion Auxiliary. She was also a former member of St. Bernard's Choir.

Calling hours will be held from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at the Keough and Son Funeral Home and include a Bible vigil at 8 p.m.

A Mass of Christian burial will be held Wednesday at 9 a.m. at St. Paul's Church in Bloomingdale, with the Rev. Patrick Mundy officiating. Burial will be in St. Paul's Cemetery in May.

Memorial donations may be made to the donor's favorite charity, in care of the funeral home.



1. Adirondack Daily Enterprise, May 6, 1953