There is no indication where at Salem the children of
Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Tull are buried. Lucas County marriage
records show that a William Tull, 26, and Sarah E. Hatfield, 20,
were married 31 May 1881. This couple may be the
parents of these children, and since Hatfield is a familiar
name at salem, it's possible the children were buried on
one of the Hatfield family lots.
"George Tull, little son of Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Tull, died at the home
of his parents in this city on Monday evening after an illness of only
a few hours with spinal meningitis. Brief services were held at the home
Wednesday afternoon at two o'clock and the remains were
interred in the Salem cemetery. His sister Maudie died a week previous
with the same disease. The bereaved relatives have the sympathy of many
friends in their great affliction."
Chariton Democrat, 30 March 1899
Note: Lucas county death records show that George B. Tull,
age 8 years, 25 days, died 28 March 1899 at Chariton of
spinal meningitis and was buried in Salem Cemetery.