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The Till Family History

Updated December 2, 2006

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This web site contains the ancestors of Robert David Till, and his wife, Lula Christina Anderson Till of Elmore, Alabama. If you would like to contact me by e-mail, use this address. Please use the @ symbol and dot where needed. I am writing out the words of my e-mail address so spammers won't get it.

garlands03 at juno dot com

 
Family Photos
  • Lula Christina Anderson Till (248 KB)
    Lula Anna Christina Anderson was born Jan. 24, 1884. She was the sixth of eight children, and the only girl. She became a teacher and taught elementary school in a one room school house for 40 years. She married Robert David Till and they had 4 sons: Raymond, Jack, Luther, and Walter. She was a fine Christian woman, according to everyone who knew her.
  • Robert David Till (210 KB)
    Robert David Till was one of nine boys who were orphaned when their parents, Samuel Artemus Till and Rachel Nancy Majors Till, died of typhoid fever in 1896. The boys were all young, and were taken in by their aunts and uncles who lived near by. They all grew up together.
  • The Nine Sons of Samuel and Rachel Till (131 KB)
    Standing left to right: Rob, George, Sam, Clarence, James, and William. Seated are Jesse, Charles, and Frank. They had a sister, Martha, who died young.
  • Samuel Artemus Till (111 KB)
    Samuel Artemus Till was born on May 1, 1861. He married Rachel Nancy Majors on Dec. 24, 1882. They had one daughter and nine sons. Samuel and Rachel both died of typhoid fever in August of 1896. He was 35 and she was 37. The nine boys were raised by two sets of aunts and uncles and lived near each other. Their little sister had died earlier.
 
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