Lull, Pamela 1837-1932 Morris Obituary
Mrs. Pamela Lull, Oldest Resident of Morris, Dies
Funeral Services Held Saturday at Home of Son
With Burial in Hillington Cemetery
Morris, May 23---Probably, the oldest resident in this community was Mrs. Pamela Lull, 94 years, nine months, who died Thursday at the home of her son, W. S. Lull, on upper Main street here. Death was caused by the infirmities of age.
Born in the town of Laurens, August 5, 1837, the daughter of William J. and Olive (Bundy) Stewart, she married, November12, 1856, Almon B. Lull, who died in 1875, leaving her with six children, the eldest 14 years and the youngest 15 months. Surviving are: Edwin L., of Oneonta, W. Scott and Clarence of Morris, and Frank B., of Los Angeles, besides four grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Two sisters, Mrs. Mary Leonard of Schaghticoke and Miss Eliza Stewart.
Mrs. Lull's life had been spent in and around Morris. During her latter years, she was partially blind. Unable to read, nevertheless she was interested in events of the day, and her life was the life of her children, their interests, her interests. For many years she was tenderly cared for by her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Lull.
The funeral was held Saturday at 2 p. m., at her late home, Rev. F. G. Leonard officiating. Burial was in Hillington cemetery. Many beautiful flowers were brought for the funeral.