|Partner||Date of Birth||Children|
|Addie EMLER||OCT 1869||Wesley Walker TULEY
Emily Ethel TULEY
Charles Thomas TULEY
William Henderson TULEY
Annie Lorene TULEY
Washington Dewey TULEY
Perry Blan TULEY
Louis L. TULEY
Tennie Lou TULEY
|Birth||SEP 1859||Maury County, Tennessee|
|Marriage||30 Jun 1887|
|Death||11 Nov 1924||McKinney, Collin County, Texas|
|Burial||Van Alstyne Cemetery, Grayson County, Texas|
|Daily Courier Gazette, Monday, November 10, 1924
Obituary James E. Tuley
McKinney, Texas--James E. Tuley Found Dead in his Home Here, Was Father o f Annie Tuley, Helpless Cripple.
James E. Tuley, 64, was found dead in his home on North College Street, S unday, afternoon about 5:30 o'clock. Justice of the Peace, Willie Suth erland was summoned and after holding an inquest pronounced death due t o natural causes, supposedly to heartfailure. The names of the childr en who survive deceased are given as follows; Mrs. Ethel Major of Van A lstyne, Chas T. Tuley of Gainesville, Bland Tuley of Denton, Miss Ann ie Tuley of McKinney and W. Tuley of McKinney. Mrs. Tuley and two chil drenhad previously died. The funeral will be held at the home of the d eceased Monday afternoon at 1 o'clock by the Rev. C. S. Weaver of the F irst Christian Church. The burial will was made at Van Alstyne.
Mr. Tuley was the father of Miss Annie Tuley, the helpless cripple now a p atient in McKinney hospital but who has been in Dallas for several mont hs taking trearment and whose hospital expenses are being borne by the M cKinney club ladies.