kinston History Obit Tull Maplewood Daily Free Press Nov. 20. 1920

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Daily Free Press Nov. 20. 1920 - Sunday There C. spoke be Miss help intel , Uay-...
Sunday There C. spoke be Miss help intel , Uay- Uay- a ac social the It new John L. Tull Native of Lenoir County Passes Away at Sanford. John L, Tull, a native of this coun ty, died at his home in Sanford Saturday Saturday moining at 4:30 o'clock after an illness of some duration. Burial will be given in Maplewood Cemetery here Sunday afternoon at 2:30. Pas tor B. P. Smithy of Gordon Streot Christian Church will conduct the fun eral service. . :- :- - . Mr. Tull was a half brother of Dr. Honry Tull of Kinston and Mrs. Geo A, Grimsley of Greensboro. He was a brothm. -of -of Mrsi E. J. Bocton, Mrs. G. W. Tull and Ike and Ed Tull. IW. sides these relatives his wife survives him. ;Tbe remains will reach Kins t.in Saturday night at 11:20 and will bi carried to' the residence of Mrs.' Bee- Bee- ton, on North Queen Street. Mr. Tull was 50 years of age. He ft Kinston , and , went to Montana when a young- young- man. He was a railroad constructor and has resided at San ford for sometime. . 1 ; who, W. of State for Democrat not Mr. do and section. Democrats they Insurance Col. other agitation out",

Clipped from The Daily Free Press20 Nov 1920, SatFIRST EDITIONPage 1

The Daily Free Press (Kinston, North Carolina)20 Nov 1920, SatFIRST EDITIONPage 1
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