Thursday, March 7, 2013

Tully Kansas.

Tully Kansas.
Rawlins County.
Clinton township map, 1906.
On the county map you can find Tully in township 5-south and range 32-west.  On the township map you can find Tully in section 33.
Tully Post Oficce.
Tully post office open June 26, 1879 and ran to February 3, 1887.  First postmaster was  Sanford Smith.
Patrons of Clinton township who used Tully as their P. O. address as of 1906.
A. H. Arneal, Farmer.
Minnie Bohme---
C. W. Boyer, Farmer and Blacksmith.
J. J. Fleming, Prop. Fleming Ranch.
Anders Henningson, Farmer and stock raiser.
william Hoffmann, Farmer and Stock Raiser.
P.T. Knudson, Farmer and Stock Raiser.
N. Lauritsen, Farmer.
Thomas Malone, Farmer and Stock Raiser.
T. Mentlick, Farmer and Stock Raiser.
J.T. Montgomery, Farmer and Stock Raiser.
Neils Neilson, Farmer ans Stock Raiser.
August L. Missen, Farmer and Stock Raiser.
T. P. Ryan, Farmer and Stock Raiser.
J. H. Shull, Farmer and Stock Raiser.
A. A. Sowers, Farmer and Stock Raiser.
Tully Kansas, 1912.
Tully, a hamlet in Rawlins county, is located in Clinton township, 18 miles southeast of Atwood, the county seat, and about 10 miles from Gem, the nearest shipping point. It has a money order postoffice with one rural route. The population in 1910 was 15.

Tully, Tulley, Kansas.

The first post office was in section 21 and was in a sod home of the postmaster Sanford Smith, April 16, 1888-November 30, 1919, ( Mail from Gem ).  About 1900 it was moved to Bernard Mentlick home and in 1905 to Fay Gibbs home section 33.  The Gibbs owned a general store.  The first school was made of sod and located three fourths mile east.  In 1917, another school was built on the site.

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