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 Query #112 – Isaac Hull–Lancaster Co., PA & Butler Co., OH–Jacob W. Hull–John Samuel Hull–Bertram Clarence Hull–Ruth Blanch Hull–Locations: VA, IL, KS, NE: I seek information on the Isaac Hull, born 1760, PA, who ended up in Butler Co., OH. His probable son was Jacob W. Hull, b. 06 Sep 1816, VA. I have been told that DNA testing has been done and descendants of Jacob W. Hull don’t match descendants of Isaac Hull from Butler Co., OH.

I don’t believe there is any connection to my Hull line and the brothers that came from England (e.g, Rev. Joseph Hull & George Hull, of Crewkerne, co. Somerset, England).

I have no proof or documentation on Jacob W. and this Isaac Hull line. I need a connection. There has been speculation that the ancestry is German rather than English. I was told in 19th century Virginia that it seems to be common for people with the surname Hull to have had German ancestry with the original spelling Hohl. Help!!

My line is: Ruth Hull, b. 1919, KS; d. 2001, KS; d/o Bertram C. Hull, b. 1879, KS; d. 1932, KS; s/o John Samuel Hull, b. 1854, IL; d. 1885, KS; s/o Jacob W. Hull, b. 1816, VA; d. 1879, NE; thought to be s/o Isaac Hull, b. 1758 or 1760, Lancaster Co., PA; d. 1834, Butler Co., OH.

— Submitted 21 Nov 2008 by Mary Anne Woods, HFA Member #1577

  • 24 Mar 2010 Reply from Carol Ann Timma Hull, HFA Member #1558: Isaac Hull (1760–1833) is the 3rd great grandfather of my husband, who descends from Abraham Johnson Hull, the third child of Isaac and Susan Hull. Abraham is the brother of Jacob W. Hull who was born in PA, not VA, on 6 Sep 1816. The error is, I believe, in the handwriting. With the help of James R. Hull, a trip to Butler Co., OH, and the census, I have been able to trace the children of Isaac, including your Jacob W. Hull with some amount of sureness. Do contact me for details.
  • 24 Mar 2010 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: [this reply is superseded by the 24 Jun 2010 reply below]
  • 24 Jun 2010 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: Thank you so much for your response. Probable descendants of Isaac Hull, who served in the Revolutionary War, tell me that none of Isaac Hull’s children are absolutely proved. This includes information from the late James Reynolds Hull. Lists have been drawn up for Isaac’s probable children but thus far no original record has surfaced to verify the children. We have a number of HFA members who have studied this line for many years and we have multiple records on the probable descendants.
       One of our members, a long-time, excellent researcher on this line, states that four census records (1850, 1860, 1870, and 1880) show VA as the place of birth of Jacob W. Hull; she sees no problem in interpreting the handwriting with the possible exception of the 1850 census.
       In fact, she states that in the 1870 and 1880 census “Virginia” is written out in full. She does not totally eliminate the possibility of PA or OH as the birthplace of Jacob W. Hull, but concludes that these four census records supporting VA are better evidence than the evidence found for either PA or OH. We have a complete copy of Isaac Hull’s Revolutionary War pension record in our files, which does an excellent job of tracing his movements. This line has been DNA-tested.

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 Query #111 – Julia Ann Hull m. Jeremiah Kittle Jr.–Delaware Co., NY–Ogle Co., IL: My 3rd great grandfather was Jeremiah Kittle Jr. He was born and died in Delaware Co., NY. He married Julia Ann. The only clue we have as to her maiden name was that given by her oldest daughter in the 1925 IA Census. She said the maiden name was Julia Ann Hull.

We know that they were married sometime prior to the 1850 census for Middletown, Delaware Co., NY, when they are listed with their first child, Mary, born in Aug. 1850. We know that there were several Hull families in Middletown, Delaware Co., New York but have not been able to find information tying Julia Ann to them. Would Julia Ann show up on your records as part of any Hull family in Delaware Co., NY? She was born according to census records about 1820 in NY. She died in Ogle Co., IL, in 1861. Thank you for any help you could provide.

— Submitted 21 Nov 2008 by Keith Brimhall, HFA Member #1597

  • 04 Jan 2009 Reply from Kathy Quarti, HFA Member #1197: Keith, we have a Julia Ann Hull listed as one of several children from… [answer to this query is available only to HFA members; become a member here].

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 Query #110 – Descendants of Samuel Hull & Sarah Ingram/Ingraham–Guysborough, Nova Scotia, Canada; Cecil Rhodes Hull–Lawrence, Essex Co., MA; Benjamin Franklin Hull & Dorothy Ross–Rockport, Essex Co., MA; Dr. Thorold Allister Lawrence Hull & Barbara McCaw–Boston & Arlington & Acton, Middlesex Co., MA: Desire info on Cecil Rhodes Hull, d. Lawrence, Essex Co., MA, USA, 1971; descendant of Samuel Hull & Sarah Ingram/Ingraham, of Guysborough, Nova Scotia, Canada.

Also desire info on Benjamin Franklin Hull Jr, b. 1915, Rockport, Essex Co., MA; d. 1997, Gloucester, Essex Co., MA; wife Dorothy Ross, b. 1910; d. 1991, MA, USA.

Also looking for info on Dr. Thorold Allister Lawrence Hull; Boston, MA; m. Barbara McCaw, Arlington, Middlesex Co., MA. They had 2 sons, Mathew Coates Hull, b. 1972, and Jonathan Christopher Hull, b. 1974, Acton, Middlesex Co., MA, USA.

Note: This query was re-numbered from #109.

— Submitted 07 Nov 2008 by Robert Keith Hull, HFA Member #1518

  • 06 Mar 2013 Reply from Jane Elwell, non-member: See obituary of Benjamin Franklin Hull III in Gloucester Daily Times of 08 Jan 1913. [Note: Gloucester is in Essex Co., MA.]

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 Query #109 – John Hull–Londonderry, Ireland–Quebec, Canada: I would like to know if there is somebody who would have information on a John Hull who comes from Londonderry, Ireland, and he would have come to Quebec (Canada) in 1870.

Note: This query number was inadvertently assigned to Query #117 in the Autumn 2008 HFA Newsletter.

— Submitted 07 Nov 2008 by Cindy Boulay, HFA Member #1544

  • 22 Nov 2008 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: I think it would help in your query if you listed the wife of your John Hull and also give his children's names.
         I do have some other queries which have inquired about this John Hull which I have found on other Hull bulletin boards. I'll be happy to send these to you, if you would like them.

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 Query #108 – Hezekiah Hull & Charity Schram–Canada, Arenac Co., MI–James Hull & Jennett Stevens–NJ & Canada: A few years ago, I had traced my Hull line to my 2nd gt. grandfather, Hezekiah Hull, b. ca. 1815, Canada, m. Charity Schram (b. ca. 1824, d/o Jacob & Catherine Schramm).

I now know Hezekiah died in Arenac Co., MI, between May, 1898 and the 1900 census. On his second marriage at age 83 in 1898, Arenac Co., MI, to Elizabeth Birtch, he lists his parents as James Hull and Jennett Stevens. The 1851 Canadian census shows that James Hull was living alone in the Canadian Niagara area, b. ca. 1789, NJ. Does this connect to any family information of the HFA or are there suggestions from members?

— Submitted 07 Nov 2008 by Kandi L. Stark Reeder, non-member

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 Query #107 – Edward Franklin Hull & Mattie Lou Maddox–Clay Co., AL; Reuben Thornton Hull & Mary Dandridge Reagan or Ragan Hull–Putnam Co., GA: I would like help identifying people in old photos. I am trying to locate descendants of my great aunt, Mattie Lou Maddox, b. 1884, who m. 1918, Edward Franklin Hull, who d. 1943. They were listed in the 1930 Clay Co., AL census, but later Mattie lived in Birmingham, AL, where she was a nurse.

I don’t know the names of Edward Franklin Hull’s parents. They had a daughter, Doris Frances Hull, b. 1919, m. 1937, J. D. Burckhardt, Jr. (possibly Burkhalter), who had two sons, Franklin Dewitt Burckhardt, b. 1938, and Milford Hull Burckhardt, b. 1941.

Edward Franklin Hull and Mattie Maddox Hull also had a son, Edward Hull Jr., b. 1923, who m. Bella Phillips, 1942. Edward Hull Jr. had a daughter, Dawn Hull.

Mattie Maddox Hull’s grandparents were Reuben Thornton Hull, b. 1816, Putnam Co., GA; d. 1902, and Mary Dandridge Reagan/Ragan Hull. If there is anyone willing to help, I will be most appreciative.

— Submitted 07 Nov 2008 by Louise Hendrix, non-member

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 Query #106 – Hulls in Milton, Rock Co., WI–Orphan Train Hull: My name is Lisa Hull and I am developing an interest in the genealogy of the Hull side of my family. Unfortunately, my grandmother, rest her soul, could tell us little about her side of the family, as she arrived in Wisconsin via the Orphan Trains.

However, the Hull family I am interested in finding more about lived in Milton, Rock Co., WI. I have looked through your web site—good Lord, people with the last name Hull must be related to nearly everybody in the country!

I don’t know quite where to start tracing our ancestors back. Would you be able to point me in the right direction? If I knew the information exists somewhere I would be happy to pay a membership fee in order to access this information. For some reason, I think our line might go back to Richard Hull from England. Thank you so much.

— Submitted 29 Oct 2008 by Lisa Hull, non-member

  • 29 Oct 2008 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: Thank you for your query. First we would have to have your grandmother’s name and her approximate birth date, in order to help you trace her Hull family. Unfortunately, we do not have the proper time to research a line until you apply for membership in the HFA, as aiding our members is our first priority.
         However, we do have 67 Hull family group sheets with locations in Rock Co., WI. One of these sheets might apply to your grandmother’s family, but we cannot verify that until we have more data. However, we’d enjoy trying to help you if you would be interested in joining the HFA.

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 Query #105 – John & Hannah Hull–Dau. Nancy Hull Hills m. Daniel Hills–Otsego & Warren Cos., NY: Hello, I’m looking for information on a John and Hannah Hull who were the parents of Nancy who married Daniel Hills. Nancy Hull was b. 30 Oct, 1807, Otsego Co., NY and d. 1885, age 77 years, North River, Warren Co., NY. Thank you.

— Submitted 27 Oct 2008 by Gloria Waldron Hukle, non-member

  • 27 Oct 2008 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: We have an HFA member on this line, who is Nadine Taylor Fox. We hope that she will see your query and answer you.
  • 31 Dec 2016 Reply from non-member Allen Dean Currier: I’m also looking for information on John and Hannah Hull, who were the parents of Erdelia Louise Hull, b. 5 May 1814 in NY; the latter was the sister of Nancy Hull and John Q. Hull.

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 Query #104 – Edgar Griffin Hull–Lois Lavinia Perin–Nodaway, Moniteau, Schuyler Cos., MO: I discovered your web site while researching information on my cousins in the Hull family. I am William Hollowell, grandnephew to Lois Lavinia Perin, who married Edgar Griffin Hull (b. 12 Aug 1893, Hopkins, Nodaway Co., MO; d. 15 Jan 1965, California, Moniteau Co., MO.) I was wondering if your data could help me fill in blanks on my 2nd cousins, Robert Hull and David Hull, both b., FL, ca. 1945–1948.

— Submitted 27 Oct 2008 by Bill Hollowell, non-member

  • 27 Oct 2008 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: Fortunately, we do have some info on this family. We have an HFA member David E. Hull, who is the son of Robert Livingston Hull. We hope that he will see this query and answer you. These Hulls descend from the immigrant, George Hull, who came here from co. Somerset, England in the mid-1630s.

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 Query #103 – Lester Hull: I am looking for any information on a Lester Hull, b. 19 Jul 1921, d. Jun 1982. He probably was born in Sebastian Co., Arkansas and lived most of his life there. He has two sons Clint and Lonnie.

I would appreciate any information you might have on this family.

— Submitted 13 Sep 2008 by Jim Glensky, HFA member #1542

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 Query #102 – Thomas William Hull & Johannah–Depford, London, England–Norwich, co. Norfolk, England–co. Middlesex, England–Victoria & Grand Folks, British Columbia, Canada: My main interest is in trying to discover who preceded the oldest relative that I have been able to trace, the first Thomas William Hull, my third gt. grandfather. He was b. ca. 1785 and he married Johannah (maiden name unknown). They lived in Depford, London, England, and had children: Thomas William (m. #1 Harriet Rebecca Pettigrew, #2 Mary Ann Cobb), George Henry, and Joseph Benjamin Hull. My family later emigrated to Norwich, co. Norfolk, England; co. Middlesex, England; Victoria & Grand Folks, British Columbia, Canada.

I have had DNA analysis and I match the Crewkerne, co. Somerset, England Hulls. Any help here would be most appreciated.

— Submitted 29 Aug 2008 by
Geoffrey Thomas Hull
, HFA Member #1580

  • 29 Aug 2008 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: This is the very first instance in which we have evidence of a descendant of the Crewkerne, co. Somerset, England, Hulls having no history of descendants living in our country. Did one of the descendants here go back to England and then emigrate to Canada? Or was an earlier ancestral line related to the Crewkerne Hulls and is it a line whom we know nothing about? We’d certainly like to uncover that if this did happen.
       The two earliest immigrants here from the Crewkerne Hulls were George Hull and the Rev. Joseph Hull, both sons of Thomas Hull, “the Younger.” They both came here in the mid 1630s. So, naturally, we have an abundance of material on their descendants.
       It might be that a son of George and Joseph Hull’s grandfather, Richard Hull, is your ancestor. This will all take some research to uncover. This Richard Hull did have other sons. They were: William, Thomas, “the Elder,” Reynold, and John. We do have some records on these men, which I will investigate.
       Thomas “the Younger” had no sons, except for George and the Rev. Joseph Hull, who had children likely to have had descendants from whom you could descend, but I will also investigate that. So your ancestor is more apt to be Richard Hull, b. ca. 1515, the earliest Hull of whom we have evidence who lived in Crewkerne, co. Somerset, England.

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 Query #101 – John Hull & Susan Mott–Byram Twp., Sussex Co., NJ–Lewanee Co. & Milan, Monroe Co., MI: Need info on the parents and lineage of my 3rd gt. grandfather, John Hull, b. ca. 1810, NJ; d. 06 Feb 1882, Monroe Co., MI. Married Susan Mott, b. ca. 1810; d. 09 Nov 1907, Milan, Monroe Co., MI. John and Susan appear in the 1850 Sussex Co., NJ census and in the 1860 Lewanee Co., MI census.

John’s son, Gersham Winfield Hull, b. 1840, m. Mary Newell. Gersham W. Hull died while on a trip to Skagit Co., WA. He was a Civil War Veteran and fought for the North.

I have submitted my DNA for analysis and my test matches the group in Lineage #6 at the Hull Genetic Genealogy Project.

— Submitted 29 Aug 2008 by
Todd Dewayne Hull, HFA Member #1579

  • 13 Sep 2008 Reply from Mrs. Phillip Hull, HFA Member #1346: I have been following my husband’s family also; his 2nd great grandfather was Ezekiel A. Hull, born in New Jersey to father Joseph and mother Minerva on 14 Feb, 1809 and died in Dimondale, Michigan, 16 Sept 1890. Dimondale is just south of Lansing, Michigan, our capital. I could not find anything on his father Joseph or Minerva in New Jersey and have not searched lately. Ezekiel migrated to New York, then Ohio and Michigan. I have found the graves of Ezekiel, his wife, children and grandchildren. I am interested in finding out what Hull lineage you are, I guess we are part of the Hull lineage which the Hull Association hasn’t been able to connect yet. Good luck in your search.

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 Query #100 – Samuel Hull & Sabrina Teall–Killingworth, Middlesex Co., CT–Henry Hubbard Hull & Caroline A. Brewster–Candor, Tioga Co., NY: We are new to this and are just trying to make sure we are on the right line. We want any info that will help enlarge our knowledge of my 3rd gt. grandfather, Samuel Hull, b. 09 Jul 1785, Killingworth, Middlesex Co., CT; m. 29 Feb 1808, Killingworth, Middlesex Co., CT, Sabrina Teall; d. 11 Dec 1868, Candor, Tioga Co., NY. One of his sons was my 2nd gt. grandfather, Henry Hubbard Hull, b. 31 Jul 1822, Candor, Tioga Co., NY, who m. Caroline A. Brewster.

— Submitted 29 Aug 2008 by
Gilbert Vaughn Hull, HFA member #1578

  • 29 Aug 2008 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: Congratulations! You have submitted the 100th query to our HFA website, since we began accepting queries in July of 2006.
       We also appreciate the very complete lineage which you sent to us. We have added some counties to the locations in your lineage, but find no other errors in it. As you have shown, your lineage goes back to George Hull, the 1630s immigrant, and his wife Thamzen Michell, from Crewkerne, co. Somerset, England, and then to George’s father, Thomas Hull “the Younger,” and grandfather, Richard Hull, who left a will proved on 06 Jun 1559 in Crewkerne.
       If you can locate the book, The Ancestors and Descendants of George Hull (ca 1590–1659) and Thamzen Michell of Crewkerne, Somerset, England; Dorchester, Massachusetts; Windsor, and Fairfield Connecticut, published in 1994, and compiled by HFA member #0000 “Saratoga” Robert E. Hull, this will give you additional information on your line.
  • 31 Dec 2008 Reply from Thomas Hull, non-member: I am the great, great, great, great grandson of Samuel Hull Jr. and his wife Sabrina Teall, and the great, great, great grandson of Henry Hubbard Hull and his wife Caroline Amelia Brewster. Henry Hull was a native of Tioga County, New York, and later moved to Marquette County, Wisconsin, where he lived the remainder of his life.
       Mr. Gilbert Vaughan Hull and I share a common ancestor. Our most recent common ancestor is Henry Hubbard Hull (1822–1911). Based on the information I have Mr. Hull must be descended from either Walter Brewster Hull or Charles Hull (both sons of Henry Hubbard and Caroline Hull). I am descended from Walter and Charles’s brother Nathan.
       In Mr. Hull’s query he requested any information about Samuel Jr. and Henry Hubbard Hull. I have pictures of Samuel, Henry, and Caroline; death certificates and obituaries for Henry and Caroline; headstone pictures from the cemetery; census records; pictures of Henry and Caroline’s home (both old and recent); and copies of select pages of the register from the Presbyterian Chruch where Henry and Caroline attended. I have learned over the years that sharing information and materials has been very helpful in research, and I believe that the aforementioned documents and pictures may be of interest to Mr. Hull. Is there any way that I can share this information with Mr. Gilbert Hull?
       Your response would be greatly appreciated. Thank you and have a wonderful New Year.
  • 07 Oct 2009 Reply from Elin Peterson Sullivan, non-member: Hello. I just happened upon this website and your query when Googling Henry Hubbard Hull, who is my g-g- grandfather, also. I am descended through their daughter, Lillian Hull Turner. If you would like to share information, photos and anecdotes, please feel free to contact me at [e-mail address for this respondent is available only to HFA members; become a member here].
       Please indicate “Hull Ancestry” in the Subject line of your e-mail! Please let me know how I can get in touch with the author of Query #100, Gilbert Hull, and the gentleman who responded to him, Thomas Hull.

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 Query #099 – Margaret Elizabeth Hull m. Henry Weaver–Westmoreland, Armstrong, Indiana Cos., PA: Looking for info on Margaret Elizabeth Hull, b. 1800, m. Henry Weaver, b. 1798, ?Westmoreland Co., PA. Res.: 1830 Armstrong Co., PA, Plum Creek Twp.; 1840 Armstrong Co., PA, Wayne Twp.; 1850 Indiana Co., PA, West Mahoning Twp.

No info pre-1830 nor parents after 1850, the ch. staying between Armstrong and Indiana Cos.

Children are:

  • (1) Mary Weaver, b. ca. 1822; m. John Gould of Armstrong Co., b. ca. 1821
  • (2) and (3) George and Elias Weaver, twins, b. 10 Jun 1825; George m. #1 Mary Ann “Polly” Shaffer, #2 Margaret Jane Gould Beck, of Armstrong Co.; Elias m. Sarah Lantz of Indiana Co., b. ca. 1814, dau/o of Michael Lantz
  • (4) Martha Weaver, b. ca. 1827
  • (5) James Weaver, b. ca. 1829; m. Elizabeth McClellan
  • (6) David, b. 12 April 1831, Armstrong Co., PA; d. 08 Aug 1892; m Isabella Elisabeth Postlewaite. b. 28 Jan 1838, Perry Twp., Jefferson Co., PA; d. 13 Aug 1881; both buried North Point, Indiana Co., PA, David with note s/o Henry Weaver and Margaret Hull
  • (7) Elizabeth Weaver, b. ca. 1833, Armstrong Co., PA
  • (8) Nancy Weaver, b. 22 May 1834, Armstrong Co., PA
  • (9) Catherine Weaver, b. ca. 1836, Armstrong Co., PA; m. Jacob R. Gould, b. ca. 1828; d. ca. 1889, brother of John Gould and cousin to Margaret Jane Gould Beck

Any information would be appreciated.

— Submitted 18 Aug 2008 by
Marla Yount Fullerton, HFA Member #1571

  • 24 Oct 2008 Reply from Michael D. Nugent, non-member: See the following:
       1) I posted this recently on GenForum; it doesn’t provide answers, but it does rule some lines out.
       2) This post on RootsWeb shows a different birth year.
       3) If you also want ‘pre-Henry’ Weaver info, see the bottom of my page.
  • 05 Dec 2013 Reply from Maria Yount Fullerton, non-member: A[t the] time of this posting, there has been no conclusive proof to me that Henry Weaver listed above is the son of Michael Weaver stated below. The said Michael Weaver, listed in Doc Nugent’s post, has a son Henry, just not the Henry Weaver we are looking for in the post above. If anyone can lay out proof to this fact I would welcome seeing it.

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 Query #098 – Moses Hull–Anson, Rowan, and Wilkes Cos., NC–Hunterdon Co., NJ: I am new to HFA and perhaps this subject has been dealt with many times in the past.

I understand that some DNA evidence suggests that there is no genetic link between the Samuel Hull family of Piscataway NJ, ca. 1750, and Moses Hull of Anson County NC, ca. 1775.

If this is correct? Can someone assist me in establishing the origins of the first Moses Hulls of Anson, Rowan and Wilkes Counties, North Carolina and from where, if at all, they migrated from the New England area?

Sorry for the repetition, if that be the case. Thanks. [Note: This query was posted 24 Jul 2008 on MyFamily.com.]

— Submitted 18 Aug 2008 by Jim Hull, HFA Member #1575

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 Query #097 – William “Bill” Daniel Hull m. Malinda “Lindy” M. Hull–Erath, Tarrant, and Parker Cos., TX: I am searching for info and ancestors of William “Bill” Daniel Hull, m. 26 Dec 1887, Erath Co., TX to Malinda M. Hull Hatton, b. 29 Jan 1856, Tarrant Co., TX; d. 21 Feb 1929, Parker Co., TX. Malinda was born a Hull and married #1 Hiram Hatton.

William and Malinda Hull had 4 children: James Edward “Eddie,” b. 1888, d. 1962; William, b. 1891; Manley, b. 1893; and John Hull, b. 1897.

I descend from their son James Edward Hull, who m. Ollie Hull, also his cousin.

— Submitted 11 Aug 2008 by
Cynthia Hull Alamia, HFA Member #1576

  • 11 Aug 2008 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: We do have quite a lot of info on this family and the ancestors of both William D. Hull and his cousin Malinda M. Hull Hatton. I will not give the info here, as I’m sure that a descendant or relative of these people will answer your query. However, please feel free to order our family group sheets for this line. I can send these by e-mail to you, three at a time, if you specifically request the people on whom you would like a family group sheet.

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 Query #096 – Samuel Hull m. Martha Glover–Harrison Co., WV–Licking Co., OH: Am looking for parents of Samuel Hull, b. 1735 in Clarksburg, WV; d. 02 Aug 1814 in Gratiot, Licking Co., OH. If Samuel’s parents are not Daniel Hull and Mary Quincy, then who are they?

— Submitted 11 Aug 2008 by Lia J. Hull, HFA Member #1393

  • 11 Aug 2008 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: Yours is a commonly asked question. One of the old errors in the 1913 genealogy The Hull Family in America is that Samuel Hull was the son of Daniel Hull and Mary Quincy. Actually Mary’s name was Quinney and not Quincy. However, the wrong parents were given for this Samuel Hull in this genealogy, as proven by the Quaker records for Daniel Hull and Mary Quinney.
       For more info on who the parents of Samuel Hull might have been, you should order these HFA Journals: Vol. 17, Nos. 1 & 2.
       Samuel Hull was not born in Clarksburg, Harrison Co., WV. It is more likely that he was b. in NJ where he was married in 1758 in Morris Co., NJ, but evidence of his birth, too, has not yet been found, despite many years of searching for this. He did not go to Harrison Co., VA (now WV) until about 30 years later. He is buried in Licking Co., OH, on the farm of his son William Hull in Hopewell Twp. We have no evidence other than this as to where he actually died.
       We have a great many HFA members who descend from Samuel Hull and Martha Glover, including the HFA Genealogist, who has multiple files on this couple and their descendants.

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 Query #095 – Lydia Hull–Isaac & Martha Lamb–Otsego Co., NY: Lydia Hull witnessed land sale in Burlington, Otsego Co., NY ca. 1800 for Isaac Lamb and his wife Martha Lamb. Desire to know Lydia Hull’s relationship to Isaac and Martha. Do not know if Hull was Lydia’s maiden name or married name. Do not know maiden name of Martha, b. 1769, or ancestry of Isaac Lamb.

If Isaac and/or Martha Lamb are found to be related to a Hull family, would like to join the Hull Family Association.

— Submitted 29 Jul 2008 by Elaine Lamb, non-member

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 Query #094 – Seeking DNA Analysis for Descendant of Theodore Hull–Daniel Hull–John Theodore Hull–Daniel Louie Hull Sr.–Washington Co., OH–King Co., WA–Skagit Co., WA; Wives’ Surnames: Ellis, Rardin, Carroll: Seeking any male descendants of Daniel Louie Hull who died in Seattle, King Co., WA on 22 Jul 1960. He was the gt. grandson of Theodore Hull (1805–1888) and Elizabeth Ellis, of Washington Co., OH.

Theodore Hull is my 3rd gt. grandfather and I have been searching for a male (Y chromosome) descendant of Theodore for many years. Theodore had three sons. Sons Samuel and Daniel both died in the Civil War. My 2nd gt. grandfather, Sgt. Reuben E. Hull, survived the war but had no male children, by his wife Ellen E. Griffith. His daughter, Emma Adell Hull, was my gt. grandmother. Samuel Hull died in 1863 without offspring.

However, Theodore’s oldest son, Daniel, who died in 1864, and his wife Hulda Rardin, did have one son, John Theodore Hull, who was born in Washington County, Ohio in 1859. He married Virginia “Jennie” May Carroll, and died in Sedro-Woolley, Skagit County, Washington in 1915. John Theodore Hull had one son, named Daniel L. Hull, born in Washington in 1905, who passed away in Seattle in 1960. His death record lists him as Dan Louie Hull Sr. which would imply that he had a son.

If we can find a male Hull descended from Theodore Hull, and more specifically from Daniel Louie Hull Sr., we will be able to determine, once and for all, if our Hull line is descended, as rumored, from the Rev. Joseph Hull of Crewkerne, co. Somerset, England who arrived in Massachusetts in 1635.

— Submitted 18 Jul 2008 by Kurt D. Graham, HFA Member #1210

  • 19 Jul 2008 Reply from Frank Hull, HFA Member #1563: There is a Daniel L. Hull listed… [answer to this query is available only to HFA members; become a member here].
  • 26 Mar 2013 Reply from Daniel E. Hull, non-member: My dad is Daniel Louie Hull Sr. born in Seattle in 1931.

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 Query #093 – Peter Hull–Barbara (?Penninger)–Pendleton Co., WV: Desired Information: Does anyone know if a photo exists of Peter Hull (will pro.: 1818, Pendleton Co., VA)? Being such a prominent figure in VA, it seems there would be a photo or portrait of the man.

— Submitted 11 Jun 2008 by William Glen Hull, HFA Member #1565

  • 11 Jun 2008 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: I have several large notebooks on this VA/WV family, and I’ve never seen a portrait of Peter Hull, son of the German Peter Thomas Hohl/Holl/Hull. There would not be a photograph, because photography had not yet been developed when Peter Hull died ca. 1817—1818. There could well have been a portrait, but, if so, I’ve never heard of it. Good luck in your quest. Who can answer this query?

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 Query #092 – Clarence Bovea Hull–Minnie Agnes Cormeny– Audrain Co., MO: I am looking for information about Clarence Bovea Hull, born 24 Aug 1881, MO; died October 1964. He was married to Minnie Agnes Cormeny. Her father was George Henry Cormeny, who was my wife’s great grandfather. I am trying to work on the Hull branch of the family tree, beginning with Clarence Bovea Hull and his descendants. I am interested in the descendants of Clarence Bovea Hull who m. 1903, Minnie Cormeny. His children were: Earnest Leroy, b. 28 Jan 1904; Paul Albert, b. 16 Feb 1905; Florence E., b. 29 Jun 1907; d. 29 Jun 1907; and Ralph, b. 09 Jan 1909.

— Submitted 11 Jun 2008 by
Michael & Meredith Cormeny Kurz, HFA Member #1568

  • 11 Jun 2008 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: We can extend the lineage of Clarence Bovea Hull for two more generations. We are happy to send family group sheets for these three generations by e-mail. Clarence Bovea Hull’s parents were… [answer to this query is available only to HFA members; become a member here].
  • 04 Sep 2008 Reply from Virginia “Jenny” Sellmeyer, non-member: I am the great granddaughter of Clarence and Minnie (Cormeny) Hull. Florence married… [answer to this query is available only to HFA members; become a member here].

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 Query #091 – Margaret Hull–m. Adam Arbogast–Peter Thomas Hohl/Holl/Hull–Susanna Margaretha Dieffenbach–Augusta Co., VA: I am seeking confirmation and info on the family of Margaret Hull, b. ca. 1757, d. 15 Jan 1820; dau/o Peter Thomas Hull/Hohl/Holl and Susannah Dieffenbach. She m. Adam Arbogast, b. 25 Oct 1759; d. 09 Feb 1852. I am seeking information and confirmation for their children and grandchildren, gt grandchildren, gt gt grandchildren, etc. [Note: this query inadvertently included the text of Query #086. It was corrected on 07 Jan 2008.]

— Submitted 11 Jun 2008 by Patty Johnson, non-member

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 Query #090 – Edward Lee Hull–m. Laura Dean Johnson–AL– Oktibbeha Co., MS–De Witt & Henderson Cos., TX: If any descendant of Edward Lee Hull is interested in sharing and completing the genealogical info I have, I’d like to hear from them. Edward Lee Hull was born in Alabama, 1864; died in Cuero, De Witt Co., TX, 1937. Edward Lee Hull m. Laura Dean Johnson, who was born in Holly Springs, Marshall Co., MS, 1870; died 1948, Payne Springs, Henderson Co., TX.

— Submitted 11 Jun 2008 by Julius C. Hull, non-member

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 Query #089 – John William Hull–m. Katherine Elizabeth Binzer–Campbell Co., KY & Hamilton Co., OH: I am looking for any information on my gt. grandfather, John William Hull, b. 17 Nov 1846, Campbell Co., KY; d. 25 May 1914. He m. Katherine Elizabeth Binzer, 05 Feb 1874, Cincinnati, Hamilton Co., OH. I would especially like to know where John William Hull died and the names of his parents. Katherine Elizabeth Binzer Hull d. 21 Nov 1932.

— Submitted 11 Jun 2008 by
George Joseph and Diane Shulte, HFA Member #1567

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 Query #088 – Sarah “Sally” Hull–John Love–Achsah Love–Mulford Dennis–Achsah E. Dennis–Manhattan, New York Co., NY: Am tracing the family of Achsah Elizabeth Dennis and believe that she may possibly be a descendant of the Hull family through Sarah “Sally” Hull and John Love. I would like to know who the children of Sarah “Sally” Hull and John Love’s grandson, Mulford D. Dennis, are. Mulford D. Dennis was the son of Achsah (Love) Dennis and John Ball Dennis. Achsah (Love) Dennis was the daughter of Sarah “Sally” Hull and John Love.

I believe two of Mulford D. Dennis’s sons may be William Albert Dennis, b. 29 Sep 1860, NY; d. 07 Mar 1897, and Hermes M. Dennis, but I have been unable to determine if this is correct. I am trying to confirm and get documentation. Thank you.

— Submitted 20 May 2008 by non-member Jennifer Sanders

  • 01 Jul 2015 Reply from non-member Marion (Love) Greene: I’m a descendant of John Love & Sarah Hull through their oldest child, Andrew. Are you also a descendant or just researching?

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 Query #087 – Jesse C. Hull–VA–Franklin & Morgan Cos., MO: Seeking, and looking for confirmation of, info regarding my 3rd gt. grandparent, Jesse C. Hull, b. 1819, VA; d. 1894, MO. Would also like info on his father.

— Submitted 22 Apr 2008 by
William Glen Hull, HFA Member #1565

  • 22 Apr 2008 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: We can extend this lineage back three more generations and give you the names of wives as well. Jesse C. Hull was the son of… [answer to this query is available only to HFA members; become a member here].

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 Query #086 – Henry Hull Sr.–Lois Douglas–Columbia Co., NY: Desire info on 2nd gt. grandparent Henry Hull Sr., who is shown on the 1820 through 1870 censuses in New Lebanon, Columbia Co., NY. Henry is age 77 on 1870 census. Family Search shows a Henry Hull living in New Lebanon in 1877 who married Lois Douglas ca. 1815. Does anyone have more info on this Henry Hull?

— Submitted 22 Apr 2008 by
Charles Francis “Frank” Hull, HFA member #1563

  • 22 Apr 2008 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: Yes, we have this line traced back to the immigrant, and we also have the wife’s name of Henry H. Hull Jr. The parents of Henry Hull Sr. are… [answer to this query is available only to HFA members; become a member here].

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 Query #085 – Daniel Lewis Hull–Elizabeth Ellen Miner–Athens Co., OH–Knox Co., IL–Wayne & Wapello Cos., IA: Seeking info on my 2nd gt. grandparents, Daniel Lewis Hull, b. 15 Feb 1841, Athens Co., OH; d. 02 Apr 1914, Wapello Co., IA. He m. (1) Elizabeth Ellen Miner, b. 09 Nov 1847, Muskingum Co., OH; d. 09 Dec 1898, Wayne Co., IA. Res.: Knox Co., IL; ca. 1880–1910, Wayne Co., IA.

— Submitted 22 Apr 2008 by Bruce D. Nixon, HFA Member #1562

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 Query #084 – Daniel Hull–Wichita, KS: I am seeking info on a Daniel Hull, who would be about 37–39 years old. He used to live in Wichita, Sedgwick Co., KS.

— Submitted 27 Mar 2008 by Tony Hix, non-member

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 Query #083 – Sarah Hull or Hall–Nicholas Munger–Guilford, New Haven Co., CT: I am trying to find the parents of Sarah who married Nicholas Munger, 02 Jul 1659, in Guilford, New Haven Co., CT. She was born 04 Oct 1640, in Guilford, CT, and died 31 Jan 1689, Guilford, CT. They had 2 children: sons John and Samuel. Nicholas Munger died 16 Oct 1668, Guilford, CT, and Sarah married second Dennis Crampton about 1669.

Some sources list Sarah as Sarah Hall, dau/o William and Esther Hall of Guilford, CT, and some sources list Sarah as Sarah Hull, dau/o of Andrew and Catherine (Cook) Hull of New Haven, CT. I can’t figure out if she belongs to either of them. Do you know if Sarah is a Hull? Thanks.

— Submitted 27 Mar 2008 by Janice Chipman, HFA Member #1513

  • 27 Mar 2008 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: My general feeling is that Sarah was a Hull and not a Hall. I have a family group sheet for Andrew and Catherine (Cook) Hull, which I can send out by e-mail to our HFA members, on which I list twenty sources. Among these sources are several which I consider to be quite reliable. I will list the most reliable ones below, which reference the Andrew Hull–Catherine Cook family: [answer to this query is available only to HFA members; become a member here].

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 Query #082 – Josiah Hull–Abigail Rhodes/Rhoads Bible–Sharon, Litchfield Co., CT–Berkshire Co., MA: I am searching for the family Bible for my 4th Gt. Grandparents, Josiah (1774–1856) and Abigail Rhodes/Rhoads of Sharon, Litchfield Co., CT and Berkshire Co., MA. Their children were: Electa, Harvey, Joel, Abigail, Josiah, Erastus, Harriet, and Fanny. The parents were married in 1796. In 1903 the Bible was owned by Cornelia Crocker Wilkins of NYC, NY, who was the dau. of Electa Hull Crocker.

— Submitted 05 Mar 2008 by Barbara J. Ellis, HFA Member #1555

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 Query #081 – Bashara Hull: Would like to request updates on Bashara Hull and his son Benjamin Hull who married Phoebe Byerly. I would like to request family group sheets and existing documentation on these lineages which I know are different from Weygant’s lines.

Also I am descended from Bashara and Benjamin through Cordelia and would like to know if you have any documentation on the relationships between Cordelia and Benjamin. Thanks.

— Submitted 05 Mar 2008 by Deborah Holden, HFA Member #1239

  • 05 Mar 2008 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: I am sending you today two family group sheets which should accommodate your above request for more information on Bashara Hull (1775–1855) and his son Benjamin Hull. I will search my files for the documentation, too, for Cordelia Hull Phillips as a daughter of Benjamin Hull, b. 28 Dec 1796.

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 Query #080 – Birth Mother Cynthia Hull–Clinton, Clinton Co., IA: I am searching for a Cynthia Hull who would have been in the Clinton, Iowa area in June 1963. She is my birth mother. There is no other information in the court files other than her name. There is no birth father’s name listed either. On the adoption petition Cynthia asserted that the name and whereabouts of the birth father were unknown. I do not know if she was single or married at the time. I do not know how old she was either. Cynthia had me at Jane Lamb Hospital in Clinton, Iowa on June 27, 1963. The doctor was Dr. Don F. Mirick. My adoptive parents told me that my birth mother was a paraplegic from polio and in a wheelchair. I cannot prove this but it is what I was told. My adoptive mom was a nurse at the same hospital and also worked with Dr. Mirick. My adoptive mother died January 1992, so I can’t ask any other questions.

If there is anything anyone can do for me to help me try to find Cynthia Hull I will appreciate it greatly. Thank you.

— Submitted 22 Feb 2008 by Lisa Chandler, HFA Member #1560

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 Query #079 – James Hull–Christina Snyder: Desire info on the family of James Hull, b. 1810, d. 1889, and Christina Snyder, b. 1816 (Prussia), d. 1902. Other res.: Blair Co., PA, and Stephenson Co., IL. Especially seeking the names of the parents and siblings of James Hull.

  • Ref.: 1850 Census, Allegheny Twp., Blair Co., PA: James, 39, with his wife Christina 27, Mary J., 1 (daughter), Elizabeth, 59 (his mother?), Mary Hallet, 34 (his sister?), and Abraham Fetters, 56.

Others who appear in Antis, Blair Co., PA are Andrew Hull, 69, b. MD, Rachel, 55, b. MD, David Hull, 40, b. PA, Margaretta 37, b. PA.

  • Ref.: Family of Abraham Fetters (from Robert Fetters), Huntingdon Co., PA. Court Records 1828: David Hull gave oath of testimony about estate of Jacob Fetters, decd. May 20, 1833 Court Records: deed for Abraham Fetters, son of Jacob Fetters. James Hull witnessed claims.
  • Ref.: Blair Co., PA Tax list: James Hull in Logan Twp. 1850–1856. In 1852 David Hull appears in the same Logan Twp. records; in 1856 James’s name is crossed out and David is written over it. David continues to appear until 1858 when his name is crossed out.

If Elizabeth is James Hull’s mother and she was born in MD, and Andrew and Rachel were born in MD, this may lead to some connection to James and Elizabeth. Both David Hull and James Hull testify for Abraham Fetters about land and his deceased father, Jacob Fetters. This shows that both David and James were close to the Fetters. James’s name being crossed out in the tax records and David’s name replacing it, shows another possible connection between James and David. When James moves to Illinois in ~1856, this is when David’s name replaces James.

  • 1860 Stephenson Co., IL Census: James, his wife Christina, and his first 2 children who were born in PA. ~1853, Matilda and 1855 William A., and an additional daughter Amanda, 2, are included in the census.
  • 1860 Freeport, Stephenson Co., IL Census shows Elizabeth Hull, b. MD, along with Rachel Hull, 30, b. OH, Josephine, 14, b. OH, and George, 40, b. OH. Elizabeth living with other Hulls who were born in OH shows the great possibility of connection to the Hulls of OH. I am not aware of any connection yet.
  • 1865 Stephenson Co., IL State Census places James and Christina and children in Harlem Twp.
  • 1865 Stephenson Co., IL State Census places Elizabeth with 4 males in the City of Freeport, IL.

James and Christina are both buried in Stephenson Co., IL in Grandview Cemetery. Elizabeth Hull, widow, and Rachel Hull sell lot in Freeport, IL, October 1866 (Ref.: Stephenson Co. Deed book #45). Elizabeth does not show up in any of the censuses after the sale of the lots. I have no record of her death either.

— Submitted 18 Feb 2008 by Thomas Hull, HFA Member #1392

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 Query #078 – Daniel Hull & Wife Elizabeth [_?_]–Son Elijah Charles Hull–Greene & Morgan Cos., IL: Some sites have listed Daniel Hull as being the son of Joseph and Keziah Christie Hull. I do not believe this is my Daniel, who was b. ca. 1797 in NC but was living in IL during the 1850 census. Would like to find out for sure who my Daniel is actually related to.

— Submitted 14 Feb 2008
by Lorna Gay Steven Shilke, HFA Member #1556

  • 14 Feb 2008 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: Regarding Joseph Hull and Keziah Christie Hull, they apparently did have a son named Daniel Chrystie Hull but he is a different man than your Daniel, so you are correct that your Daniel is not the son of Joseph Hull and Keziah Christie. This Joseph also had a son named Elijah Chrystie Hull, but he was b. 03 Feb 1800 and would not be your Elijah Charles Hull, b. 15 Jan 1820, who was the son of your Daniel and Elizabeth Hull.
       So you are correct that these websites contain the wrong information. Two different Daniel Hulls and two different Elijah C. Hulls have been confused here. Tentatively, your Daniel Hull is listed as the son of Moses and Elizabeth Hull, but people are still working to try to confirm this.

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 Query #077 – Elizabeth Hull–William Loyd–York Co., VA: I am searching for an Elizabeth Hull, b. 1630s, who married William Loyd in York Co. VA, ca. 1654.

— Submitted 23 Jan 2008 by Helles Harwell, non-member

  • 23 Jan 2008 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: We are showing fifteen family group sheets for families in York Co., VA. We also published in one of our previous HFA Journals a 7-page article on Hull families in VA before 1750, including the earliest Hull immigrants to VA. These are available to HFA members.
  • 24 Jan 2008 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: We do have an Elizabeth… [answer to this query is available only to HFA members; become a member here].

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 Query #076 – Isaac Hull–Mercy Vaughn–Middlesex Co., NJ–Mason & Fleming Cos., KY: Desire info on Isaac Hull, b. ca. 1740 or later, and Mercy Vaughn, of NJ. Are there any living members who descend from this couple? Also, anything in the DAR for them?

What was the son, John Hull’s, wife’s name? They were of Mason and Fleming Cos., KY. Was her name Rebecca Bennett or a different Rebecca? Thank you.

— Submitted 18 Jan 2008
by Barbara Hawkins-Fields, HFA Member #1436

  • 18 Jan 2008 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: This is one of the problem Hull lines in NJ and also in KY. The Isaac Hull, who m. Mercy or Massie Vaughn, is given as the son of Sheriff Isaac Hull, b. 1731, and Anne Dunham in The Hull Family in America [HFAm], pub. 1913. However, the younger Isaac Hull’s Rev. War pension states that he was b. in 1740 in Middlesex Co., NJ, which if true, makes it impossible for him to have been the son of Sheriff Isaac Hull, b. 1731. If the younger Isaac Hull were b. in 1740 and the older Isaac in 1731, then we have to look elsewhere for this Isaac Hull’s parents. I would begin by looking at all of the “Dangling NJ Hull lines” that we published several years ago in our HFA Journal. These were lines that were not carried down in HFAm; this Journal is still available to our HFA members.
       Both the DAR and SAR have records... [answer to this query is available only to HFA members; become a member here].

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 Query #075 – Amos Gift Hull–Parents: L.? S.? Hull & Rosetta Porter: Desire information on Amos Gift Hull, son of Rosetta Porter and L(?) S(?) Hull. Both parents appear to have been born in the USA. Seeking to confirm the names of parents, especially father, and their dates of birth and place of birth. The son, Amos Gift Hull, was supposedly born March 3, 1842 in CT.

— Submitted 18 Jan 2008 by Sean Gaherty, HFA Member #1557

  • 18 Jan 2008 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: We can certainly help you with this one. We have the parents of this Amos Gift Hull (there were two by this name), and can carry this line back to the 1600s immigrant, who was… [answer to this query is available only to HFA members; become a member here].

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 Query #074 – Henry Harrison Hull–Catherine “Caty” Snider/Snyder–John Hull–Rebecca [_?_]–Washington Co., PA: I believe that John Hull, of Washington Co., PA, was b. 1748 in Ireland and was the father of Henry Harrison Hull, who m. Catherine “Caty” Snider/Snyder. I have not been able to confirm this. My source is from a paper, Some Descendents [sic] of John Hull, published by Thomas F. Hull, 114 Pathway Lane, West Lafayette, IN 47906-2156. I am pretty new at this and appreciate everyone’s help trying to unravel my family history.

— Submitted 18 Jan 2008 by
Charles Clinton Hull, HFA Member #1551

  • 18 Jan 2008 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: We believe we can help you with your problem, as we are familiar with the above genealogy and have a copy of it. We know that it does contain some serious errors. We also have extensive records on your ancestor, Henry Hull. We do not have any documentation, however, that his middle name was Harrison and we believe this to be incorrect.
       The HFA Journal, Vol. 14, #3 has a featured article on your family, entitled “The Henry Hull and Catherine Snider Family of Pennsylvania, Trumbull and Wayne Counties, Ohio, Descendants to Lorain and Geauga County, Ohio,” along with their bible record. These Journals are still available to our HFA members.
    We believe that the above genealogy has erred in naming the John who married Rebecca as the father of your Henry Hull. He was the father of a Henry Hull, but this Henry is a entirely different man than yours.
       I have sent you our family group sheets for both this John Hull, who married Rebecca, and his son Henry Hull, who married Christina Cox. I have also sent our family group sheet for your Henry Hull, who married Catherine “Caty” Snider/Snyder and you will see from these family group sheets that these two Henrys were two different men. John Hull’s son instead is the Henry Hull who married Christina Cox; he had a different birth date than your Henry and a different set of children. It is not yet proven that this John Hull came from Ireland. He may connect to some Irish Hulls, as the DNA analysis indicates, but we do not know that this John was the immigrant of the family.
       We have made very thorough studies of the Hulls in Washington Co., PA. There were at least 25 branches there that we cannot say relate to each other. We cannot even confirm that your Henry Hull was in Washington Co., PA, although we do believe he probably went to OH from PA. We have had the benefit of the excellent research done by our own HFA members who descend from these lines. They are first-rate and experienced genealogists, who really have cared about documenting and verifying their information. Therefore, we believe that we have the correct data regarding these two Henry Hulls. Thank you for your query. We are pleased to help with these confusing Henry Hull lines.

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 Query #073 – Green Hull m. Martha “Patsey” Dailey–Lunenburg Co., VA–Surry & Richmond Cos., NC–Boyd Co., KY–Utah Co., UT: I am trying to find the parentage of my third grandfather: Green Hull, b; 1788, NC, d. 2 Jun 1855 in Surry Co., NC; m. Martha “Patsey” Dailey, 12 Sep 1804, Lunenburg Co., VA.

Their children were:

  • Gregory Johnson Hull, b. 03 Apr 1810, VA, d. 18 Sep 1880, Catlettsburg, Boyd Co., KY
  • Frances Maturiah, b. ca. 1813, NC
  • Robert James, b. 04 Apr 1817, VA, d. 01 Oct 1889
  • Porthena Richard, b. 1819, NC, d. 1857
  • Edward Ruben, b. 01 Jan 1819, VA, d. 28 Nov 1882, NC
  • Thomas Goodwin, b. ca. 1821, Surry Co., NC, d. aft 1881, Carroll Co., VA
  • Martha Green, b. 1824, NC, d. 1901
  • William Anderson, b. 07 Mar 1830, NC, d. 19 Aug 1879, Payson, Utah Co., UT

Any help you can offer will be appreciated. Thank you.

— Submitted 03 Jan 2008 by Ann Hull, HFA Member #1548

  • 03 Jan 2008 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: Are you in touch with HFA member #1201 Mary Elizabeth Coleman? She, too, descends from this same Green Hull. If you have not yet corresponded with her, we will put you in touch with her so that you can exchange records. We are also happy to send you our family group sheets, three at a time, for members of this family. We also know of a number of people who have submitted Internet queries on this line.

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 Query #072 – Henry Hull–Elizabeth Keister–Augusta Co., VA: I’m interested in the marriage of Henry Hull, born 1760 in Augusta Co., VA, to Elizabeth Keister. I’m also interested in this Henry Hull’s ancestors.

— Submitted 03 Jan 2008 by Frank Smith, non-member

  • 03 Jan 2008 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: We can certainly help with this one, I believe. No doubt you are referring to the Henry/Heinrich Hull/Holl who was b. 01 Apr 1760, commonly given to the 1741 German immigrant, Peter Thomas Hohl/Holl. However, this parentage is definitely incorrect, as proven by land records and DNA testing. Peter Thomas Hohl/Holl was not the father of Henry Hull. This is one of the most misunderstood lines out on the Internet today.
       We have published extensive articles on both the Peter Thomas Hohl line and the Henry/Heinrich Holl line. These are available to our HFA members.
       The correct info for this Henry Hull is as follows: (1) Henry/Heinrich was instead the son of... [answer to this query is available only to HFA members; become a member here].

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 Query #071 – Hull–Harbison–Oswego Co., NY: Seeking info on my 2nd gt. grandparent, Carrie Ann Hull, who m. John Wright Harbison. I am only trying to establish that I have done my research correctly. I have used Ancestry.com and have a substantial amount of data referring me all the way back to Thomas Hulle, b. 1275, Axminster, co. Devon, England.

I can verify that the info I gave to you leading up to Carrie Ann Hull is correct. Can you confirm the rest? I have established a Burquest Family Tree that I have made public on Ancestry.com. Do you have any other suggestions as to more I can do?

— Submitted 03 Jan 2008 by Jon Burquest, non-member

  • 03 Jan 2008 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: Your line is a Hull line that we are very familiar with. We have this line traced back to the immigrant and beyond, but it does not connect to Thomas Hulle, b. 1275. This is a common error seen all over the Internet.
       As for suggestions of more that you can do, please join the Hull Family Association, so we can document your line and correct what is incorrect. Also we have published articles in our HFA Journals which do pertain to your line. These are still available to HFA members.
       Your line goes back to... [answer to this query is available only to HFA members; become a member here].

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 Query #070 – Hull–Person–Windsor Co., VT–Livingston & Washington Cos., NY–St. Joseph Co., MI: I can’t seem to find any information on my 3rd Great Grandparent, William Hull, b. 16 Mar 1793, Weston, Windsor Co., VT. He married Polly Person. Descendants lived in Livingston and Washington Cos., NY, and St. Joseph Co., MI. I descend from William’s son John Hull, who m. Mary Matilda Fisher. Any information will be helpful.

— Submitted 03 Jan 2008 by
Virginia Hull Weaver, HFA Member #1549

  • 03 Jan 2008 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: We do have a family group sheet for your ancestor, William Hull, complete with five citations and the 1850 through 1870 census for members of his family. We also have as William’s siblings these Hulls:… [answer to this query is available only to HFA members; become a member here].

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 Query #069 – John Millege Hull–Josie Little Montague–Logan Co., IL–Lancaster Co., NE: I know nothing of my grandfather, John Millege Hull’s other children (twin sons and another son died in infancy), or his siblings (several brothers), or his parents. John Millege Hull, married Josie Little Montague on 11 Sep 1879, in Lincoln, Logan Co., IL, and also lived in Lancaster Co., NE. Any help is most appreciated!

— Submitted 03 Jan 2008 by
Richard Thompson Hull, HFA Member #1545

  • 03 Jan 2008 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: We are pleased to tell you that we have three more generations for your family and family group sheets for the generations of your grandfather, your great grandfather, and your 2nd and 3rd great grandfathers, which we will be happy to send to you. These family group sheets will contain the children in all of these families. Your great grandfather is… [answer to this query is available only to HFA members; become a member here].

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