Tuller, Lucinda (Dickenson) Palmer 1874-1951 Hartwick Obituary
Hartwick Woman dies of Heart Attack
In Bassett Hospital
Hartwick---Mrs. Lucinda E. Tuller,76, of Hartwick died suddenly of a heart attack at 9:15 a. m. yesterday at Bassett Hospital, Cooperstown, two hours after her admission.
Funeral services will be held at the Hartwick Congregational-Christian Church at 2:30 p. m. Tuesday, with the Rev. George Becker, pastor of Hartwick Methodist church, officiating. Burial will be in Hartwick Cemetery. Friends may call at the Patterson Funeral Home tonight.
Mrs. Tuller was born Aug. 12, 1874, in the Town of Otsego, daughter of Menzo and Eva (Irons) Dickenson. She was twice married. Her first husband was Edward Palmer of Hartwick, who died in 1894. She was married to William H. Tuller of Hartwick in 1896. Mr. Tuller died Oct. 19, 1950.
She was a member of the Congregational-Christian Church and its affiliated women's organizations. She had been a resident of Hartwick for the past seven years.
Before coming to Hartwick, she had been a resident of Mount Vision and Oneonta. Most of her married life was spent on a farm at South Hartwick.
She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Lynn Washburn, Burlington Flats, a granddaughter, Mrs. Donald Wallace, 14 Myrtle Ave., Oneonta; a great-grandson,
Richard Wallace, Burlington Flats; a sister, Mrs. Emma Balcolm, Hartwick, and a brother, the Rev. Altert T. Dickenson, Nickleville, Pa.