Joyce A. Aros
Lutley...
Tue Sep 27, 5:50


Bob, I hope you can give us more on this. It was fun to see MR. Lutley's name at the top as I happen to own the Lutley house in Tombstone. My elderly neighbour, who passed away many years ago, used to tell me about Mrs. Lutley and her beautiful Rose garden, her Collie dog and so many other little things I must have forgotten and need to recall.

But she told me how Mrs. Lutley became ill and remained as the only patient in the Tombstone hospital, which is now the Visitor center but had originally been the Bank. The hospital remained open until Mrs. Lutley passed away and then it closed for good.

Obviously, they were highly respected here.


  • The 26 [sic 25]Bob Atwood, Tue Sep 27 4:10
    William P. Breakenridge "my chronicles of John Slaughter are based on the recollections of Mrs. John Slaughter of Douglas, on the clippings treasured in her scrapbook and on the manuscript memoirs...written... more
    • Bob, THANKSSharon Cunningham, Tue Sep 27 9:00
      for this list! It's too darned bad that Mrs. Kitt did not file all her interviews in one place... as well as under the interviewees' names! Of course, I'm just selfishly thinking of the research time it... more
    • Lutley... — Joyce A. Aros, Tue Sep 27 5:50
      • Re: Lutley...Bob Atwood, Tue Sep 27 16:27
        I'm looking into a few of them, but Lutley is two or three years late for being a true contemporary to our early 80s action. Henry Smith is another matter, being a true contemporary for all of the time... more
      • GOOD STUFF, JoyceSharon Cunningham, Tue Sep 27 9:04
        That you own the Lutley house! Wish I'd known that when I was still visiting you in T'stone, Lo, these many years past!
        • Sharon....Joyce A. Aros, Tue Sep 27 10:48
          You will be happy to know I am trying to keep the house as close to the original as I can. It is now 140 years old and was originally Judge Moses' home for about a year. The walls are very thin and there... more
          • Lutley HouseSharon Cunningham, Wed Sep 28 8:05
            Great to see in my mind's eye, your home, Joyce. I'm so glad it has owners who care for history... even a 140-year old house! Hugs, my ol' Friend. Sharon