Person:Mary Tully (2)

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Mary Ann Tully
d.aft 1910 Kentucky, USA
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Name Mary Ann Tully
Married Name Bickers
Gender Female
Birth[3] 11 Oct 1827 Kentucky, United States
Marriage 2 Jan 1845 Grant, Kentucky, United Statesby Rev. Elkanah Johnson
to Fielden Bickers
Census[1] 1860 Grant, Kentucky, United States
Census[2] 1900 Downingsville, Grant, Kentucky, United States
Death? aft 1910 Kentucky, USA
References
  1. Family Recorded, in Grant, Kentucky, United States. 1860 U.S. Census Population Schedule.

    1860. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1860.M653, 1,438 rolls. , Grant, Kentucky, post office Downingsville, roll M653_368, page 0, image 332.

  2. Family Recorded, in Grant, Kentucky, United States. 1900 U.S. Census Population Schedule.

    1900. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1900.T623, 1854 rolls. Grant, Kentucky, ED 58, roll T623 522, page 15A.

  3. Family Recorded, in Gaines, B. O. The B. O. Gaines history of Scott County. (Georgetown, Kentucky: B.O. Gaines Printery, 1905)
    2:322.

    Fielden Bickers was born in Scott county, Ky., March 15, 1825. His wife, Mary Ann Bickers, was born October 11, 1827. They were married by the Rev. Elkanah Johnson in 1844. They have eight children, thirty grandchildren, and thirty great-grandchildren. They became members of the Mt. Pisgah Methodist Episcopal church at the age of fourteen years, and have continued members until the present time, making sixty-four and sixty-six years of membership, respectively. In all these years they have been faithful members of the church. Their home has been the home of the preachers, and their hospitality freely dispensed. A very keen interest is displayed by this venerable couple in all the affairs of the church. On a recent Sunday they drove twenty miles to the Quarterly Conference, and the writer heard them in the love-feast say that they commenced in the service of God determined to serve him unto the end. Their home is now in Williamstown, where they joyfully and confidently await the Master's call.

    Mrs. Mary Ann (Tully) Bickers