Obituary published in "The Dallas Morning News" on 7/30/1967 on page 17.
"George R. Pattullo, 87, of New York City, N.Y., journalist and author and Downtown Dallas property owner, died of a heart ailment in New York City Saturday. He also had suffered from failing eyesight in recent years. Pattullo is survived by his wife, the former Lucile Wilson, daughter of one of Dallas's early leaders, J.B. Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Pattullo lived in Dallas for a short time before World War I. Since then Pattullo had visited Dallas often on business and social calls. A native of Woodstock, Ontario, Canada, he attended Woodstock Collegiate Institute. He engaged in newspaper work in Montreal, London and Boston until 1908. During World War I, Pattullo was a social correspondent for the Saturday Evening Post with the American Expeditionary Forces, where he succeeded in getting an exclusive story on Sgt. Alvin York, America's famous hero of World War I. Pattullo was the author of many western fiction short stories published in popular magazines. He also wrote several novels, including 'The Untamed,' 'All Our Yesterdays,' and 'Some Men in Their Time.' He was a member of the Brook Hollow Golf Club in Dallas, the Players and Union Clubs of New York City and the Old Guard Club of Palm Beach, Fla. He acquired business interests in Dallas and New York City and owned a successful flour mill in Chicago, Ill. His real estate holdings here includes a triangle in Downtown Dallas, enclosed by Harwood, Pacific and Live Oak. Private funeral services will be held at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday in Hillcrest Mausoleum here. Entombment will follow."
Lucile Wilson Pattullo
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