|Father||Date of Birth||Mother||Date of Birth|
|Joseph TULEY Sr.||26 Feb 1763||Ann Nancy BROWNLEE (TULEY)||10 May 1766|
|Partner||Date of Birth||Children|
|Mary Wheeler EDELIN (JACKSON)||05 Nov 1810|
|Birth||06 May 1796||Amherst, Virginia|
|Place of Residence||1830||The Tuleyries, Millwood, Clarke County, Virginia|
|Census||1840||Clarke County, Virginia||Listed as "Joseph Tuly"|
|Census||1850||Clarke County, Virginia|
|Death||17 Jun 1860|
|Burial||Old Chapel Cemetery, Millwood, Clarke County, Virginia|
|The Staunton Vindicator, March 29, 1861, p. 3, c. 4
Land and Negroes for Sale
I will sell privately the LAGRANGE FARM containing 418 Acres, lying 3 m iles West of Staunton. The Central Railroad runs through it.
I will also sell Nine Young and Likely Negroes, belonging to the heirs o f Col. Jos. Tuley, dec'd.--A Women 33 years of age, who is a good Cook, I roner and Washer, with a pleasant disposition; a Man 21 years of age, w ho is a No. one hand; the remainderare from 3 to 14 years old, all sto ut and well grown. The Negroes are healthy, robust and likely.
TERMS CASH, or a negotiable note at thirty days, well endorsed, with in terest added. For the land, terms as usual.
Any one wishing to buy will apply soon, as I will leave for Clarke Coun ty in a few weeks.
JOS. T. MITCHELL
March 20, 1861
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