Born: May 6, 1877 at Clayburg, a daughter of Sylvenus Morrow and Emily Whitman

Died: May 4, 1955, buried in St. Paul's Cemetery

Married: John Tully, September 30, 1900; the 1900 U. S. Census states married 5 yrs.

Children: Dorothy Tully (1898 - 1986), buried in St. Paul's Cemetery

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Adirondack Daily Enterprise, May 5, 1955


Funeral services will be held at 9 a.m. Saturday in the Church of the Assumption, Gabriels, for Mrs. Frances M. Tully who died at her home in Onchiota at 5 p.m. yesterday after an illness of five weeks.

Rev. Cornelius McMahon, pastor, will officiate. Burial arrangements are incomplete. Her body will repose at home until time of services.

Mrs. Tully was born at Clayburg on May 6, 1877, the daughter of Sylvanus and Emily Whitman Morrow. When she was three years old the family moved to Saranac Lake and she attended schools here. Mr. and Mrs. Tully were married in Saranac Lake on Sept. 30, 1900.

Mr. Tully operated the Dry Dock meat markets in Saranac Lake until his death about 32 years ago. Until her retirement seven years ago Mrs. Tully had conducted a boarding house at 164 Broadway for more than 37 years.

She was a member of the Catholic Daughters of America, Court of Fatima, Bloomingdale.

Survivors include a daughter, Mrs, Dorothy Tuttle, of Onchiota.