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 Query #178 – John Hull m. Jane Phillips, 1822, Botetourt Co., VA: Desire info on John Hull who m. Jane Phillips, 12 Aug 1822, Botetourt Co., VA.

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— Submitted 23 Nov 2009 by Leon H. Phillips, non-member

 Query #177 – Elton Hull m. Mary Sims of Hinds Co., MS; Son Waylon Hull: I have some incomplete information on a daughter of William Marion Sims (1837–1897), Mary S. (b. 1884), who married Elton Hull. Mary was from Hinds County, Mississippi. They had a son, Waylon Hull. Do you have any further information? Thanks.

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— Submitted 09 Nov 2009 by Henry D. Sims, non-member

  • 24 Feb 2015 Reply from Henry DeVaughn Sims, non-member: Mary Sims Hull, b. 11 Dec 1884; d. 01 Dec 1945; buried in the Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Glendale, CA. Julius Ward Sims is buried beside her. Mary is a daughter of Wm. Marion Sims & Sara Penelope Collins of Hinds Co., MS. Please communicate.
       Mr. Sims subsequently wrote: This reply is correct. Recently confirmed this. Have not found Elton Hull or the son Samuel Whalen (Waylon) Hull. He may have never married.

 Query #176 – Catherine Hull m. Evan Hughes, Clermont Co., OH, 1830s: Do you have a Catherine Hull in any of your info who married an Evan Hughes (Hughs)? They lived in Clermont County, OH, ca. 1830s. He disappeared and she was listed as the land owner. Your help will be appreciated.

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— Submitted 29 Oct 2009 by Carolyn Hall, non-member

 Query #175 – Dr. James Hull & Rebecca Wilkin: Desire info on Dr. James Hull, born 10 Dec 1810; d. 1892; married to Rebecca Wilkin in 1831. I am looking for their parents and possible country of origin. Thank you so much.

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— Submitted 29 Oct 2009
by Tracy Hammerstaedt, non-member

  • 29 Oct 2009 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: We have some HFA members from this line, and we have eight different references for this family. We can send out our family group sheets to our members, three at a time. According to our info, the parents of Dr. James Hull were… [answer to this query is available only to HFA members; become a member here].

 Query #174 – Esther Rockwell Hull m. Albert Picket, 1791; res.: CT; Springfield, NJ; NY; Ohio Co., WV; OH: Desire info on parents of Esther Rockwell Hull who m. Albert Picket, 08 May 1791, Springfield, NJ. She was b. 09 Jun 1772; d. 26 Jul 1829, Wheeling, Ohio Co., VA/WV. Children were John W., Charles H., Albert Jr., Mary C., and Edwin H. Picket. Could her parents be David Hull and Esther Rockwell, who m. 16 May 1770, Cromwell, Middlesex Co., CT? [See also Query #064.]

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— Submitted 28 Oct 2009 by Debra Collins Pickett, non-member

 Query #173 – Burial place for Virginia Mae Hull, b. ca. 1914, Allegheny Co., PA; parents: James A. Hull & Arabella (Bella, Bell) M. Ferguson; possible husband Charles A. Cassidy: Desired info: I am trying to find out where my grandmother is buried. I know that her maiden name was Virginia Mae Hull and she was born ca. 1914 in Allegheny Co., PA. I think she may have passed away sometime around 1942 or so.

Her parents were James A. Hull and Arabella (Bella, Bell) M. Ferguson. I don’t know when she died or if she ever married my grandfather but I do know that they had children. My grandfather was Charles A. Cassidy.

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— Submitted 07 Oct 2009 by Joyce Hartsock, non-member

 Query #172 – Enoch Hull, Beaufort Co., SC; David Hull, Beaufort Co., SC: Would David Hull go along with the rest of my line? He is outside of SC. Thank you.

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— Submitted 10 Sep 2009
by Catherine Nelson, HFA Member #1633

  • 10 Sep 2009 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: David Hull is not outside of SC. This is my info on David Hull:
       David Hull is probably the father of Enoch Hull. He’s here in Beaufort Co., SC in these census records:
       • 1800: David Hull appeared in U.S. census
       • 1810: David Hull appeared in U.S. census
       • 1820: David Hull appeared in U.S. census
       • 1830: Enoch Hull appeared in U.S. census
       • 1840: E. Hull appeared in U.S. census
       • 1860: Enoch and [son] Samuel Hull, of St. Luke’s Parish, and William Hull,
          of Prince William Parish, appeared on U.S. census. {Series M653, Roll
          1214, p. 32; p. 92} Is William Hull another son of Enoch? [No, according
          to Catherine Nelson.]
       So David Hull is in the same county as Enoch in several of these census records. However, more research would have to be done to name him as the father of Enoch. This research can be done with land records, probate records, court records, vital records, etc. Most of these records would have to be secured at the Beaufort Co., SC courthouse, but they may have been filmed by the Family History Library and obtained in that way. We can send our family group sheets, three at a time, if you request these.

 Query #171 – Robert Samuel Hull & Lena Marie Durant (divorced); Schenectady Co., NY; Holyoke, Hampden Co., MA: I am attempting to locate information on the ancestors and siblings of Robert Samuel Hull, b. 29 Aug 1895; d. Feb 1974, Schenectady, Schenectady Co., NY. He was married to Lena Marie Durant, b. 18 Sep1897; d. Mar 1970, Holyoke, Hampden Co., MA. They divorced and he married again to name unknown.

Children:

  • Robert Albert Hull, b. 16 Sep1923; d. 19 Aug, 2001, Schenectady, NY
  • Caroline E. (Kay) Hull Mahalik Tremblay, b. 06 May1920; d. 15 Aug 2001, Holyoke, MA
  • Lee Hull Lafond ?, Myrtle Beach, Horry Co., SC; deceased
  • Aurora (Babe) Hull Tkacz, Holyoke, MA; still living
  • Marjorie Lima (Margy) Hull Ayers Ferriter; d. 08 Jul 2000, Holyoke, MA
  • Pearl Hull Lafond, Holyoke, MA; deceased
  • Charles George Hull, b. 22 Nov 1932, Holyoke, MA. Still living, Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii

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— Submitted 10 Sep 2009
by Annie Hull-Hitchcock, HFA Member #1638

  • 07 Oct 2009 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: I believe this is a line on which I possibly have quite a bit of information. I began working on this line several years ago for one of our HFA members. Years later I had a breakthrough on this line. I can send our family group sheets out to our HFA members, three at a time. It appears that your Robert Samuel Hull’s father was… [answer to this query is available only to HFA members; become a member here].

 Query #170 – Florence & George Washington Hull; Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY: My great grandmother’s name is Florence Hull. Her parents were Florence Hull and George Washington Hull. He died in 1902. They lived in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY. He is buried at Cave Hill with no grave marker in Louisville, KY. Are we related somehow?

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— Submitted 10 Sep 2009 by Kathy Heath, non-member

  • 24 Feb 2015 Reply from Henry DeVaughn Sims, non-member: Within your family notes do you find a Elton Hull married to a Mary Sims of Hinds Co., MS? Waylon Hull is the only child I know of. Possibly Waylon Hull is buried in Cave Hill, Barren Co., KY.

 Query #169 – Reply to Query #048, Hull–Wood–Hill–Guilford Co., NC: Do you know anything about Edward Delton Hull’s 2nd wife, Carrie Ida Andrews? She had a child before marrying Edward D. Hull, who was Mildred Blanch Andrews. She had two children after marrying Edward D. Hull, who were Willie Russell Hull and Dallas Hull. I'm looking for any information on her or her descendants. Thanks, and good luck in your search!

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— Submitted 03 Sep 2009 by Richard Andrews, non-member

 Query #168 – George & Elizabeth Hull, Morris Co., NJ: Looking for parents of George Hull, d. 1816, Mendham, Morris Co., NJ; wife Elizabeth. Children: Solomon m. Sarah, Henry m. Mary Logan, Jacob m. Tryphena Babbit, Sarah m. Zebulon Sutton, Elizabeth (or Mary Elizabeth) m. Elijah Brown, Daniel m. Hannah N., George Jr. m. Abigail Hudson. Children went to Washington & Greene Co., PA, and to Ohio.

Looking for confirmation of any of the above and ancestors of George Hull Sr. and Elijah Brown.

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— Submitted 03 Sep 2009 by Cathy Sato, HFA Member #1634

  • 03 Sep 2009 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: This is a line on which we have a great deal of info regarding the descendants of the sons. We can send out family group sheets, three at a time, to our HFA members. This will correct some of the Internet info. We’d enjoy helping you with this line.
  • 04 Sep 2009 Reply from Cathy Sato: My ancestress is Mary Elizabeth Hull who m. Elijah Brown. I am trying to confirm that she is the daughter of this George Hull and to find out about his ancestry if possible. Correct info on the sons might give some leads. Am in process of joining HFA.

 Query #167 – Johann Hohl/Holl m. Anna Hohl; resided Vocklabruck, Upper Austria (Hapsburg): Please, if anyone has any information on my 2nd gt. grandparents: Johann Hohl (Holl) and Anna Hohl (her maiden name). Would like to know who their parents were, with dates, occupations, residences, family crests, coat of arms, etc. I would like to go back as far as I can, with even brothers and sisters.

Johann and Anna had a son Michael, who m. Amalia Humer. This is one huge long search. All information is welcome on this family. Earliest location known: Vocklabruck, Upper Austria (Hapsburg) family; may be French; may be a duke from nearby Paris who fled. This is hearsay from my father when he was alive. Later generations went to Australia, ca. 1953.

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— Submitted 26 Aug 2009 by Basil Christopher Hohl, non-member

 Query #166 – Ira & Amelia Hull, Newtown, Fairfield Co., CT; dau. Aby Hull Newman, Herkimer Co., NY, m. Asa Newman; res.: Delaware Co., IA: Desire info on Aby Hull Newman, b. 18 Sep 1798, Herkimer Co., NY; d. 20 Mar 1872, Adams Delaware Co., IA; m. Asa Newman, b. 06 Jun 1791, Butternuts, Otsego Co., NY. Her parents: Ira and Amelia Hull of Newtown, Fairfield Co., CT.

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— Submitted 26 Aug 2009 by Geri, non-member

  • 25 Aug 2009 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: For some reason we do not have a James/Jim Hull as son of James H. Hull. However, we do have a great deal of info on the line of James H. Hull, who married his cousin, Rebecca Hull, and we also have much info on her line. You may order our family group sheets, 3 at a time, if you specify which ones you might like. We have your line as coming down from the son, Isaac Hull (son of James H. Hull and Rebecca Hull).

 Query #165 – Frank R. Hull, b. MO; Chester Harris Hull: I am looking for the Hull lineage for Frank R. Hull, born ca. 1864, Missouri. His father could be Chester Harris Hull, but I am not sure. Fifty years ago, my great aunt researched the line. What she found was lost in a fire, but the family myths passed down are: (1) our line came from 7 brothers who settled in VA, (2) we may be related to Capt. Isaac Hull, and (3) we may be related to George Washington’s brother. Any help is much appreciated!

Please, any help in my research would be very much appreciated. Thanks.

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— Submitted 26 Aug 2009
by Elissa Hull Pignati, HFA Member #1631

  • 26 Aug 2009 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: First, I do believe that we have your Hull line. Your line apparently was in Dickinson Co., KS; Nodaway Co., MO; IL; Adams Co., IL; and NY. We do not believe that you connect to any of the Hulls mentioned in your family myths. We do believe that you connect to Chester Harris Hull, who was the son of… [answer to this query is available only to HFA members; become a member here]. We will complete your Hull lineage and return it to you, giving you eight more generations. This line ends with Richard Hull, b. ca. 1515. The additional generations from Richard on back found on the Internet are all incorrect.

 Query #164 – Sarah (Susan) Hull m. James Bankson, Baltimore City, MD: Desire info on Sarah (Susan) Hull, who m. 05 Nov 1783, James Bankson, Baltimore City, MD. She was b. 1759; d. 03 May 1836, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, MD.

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— Submitted 26 Aug 2009 by Martha Bankson Lyle, non-member

 Query #163 – Desmond Bernard Hull, of Worthing, co. Sussex, England, and Picton, Ontario, Canada: Hello fellow Hulls, My name is Steven Patrick Hull, son of Desmond Bernard Hull of Worthing, Sussex, England. I am attempting to create a family lineage tree here in North America (Canada and United States) just to see how many of us are now living in North America. My father immigrated to Canada in 1953 and I was born in 1955, in a small town called Picton, Ontario, Canada. I have two sisters, one older and one younger and we are the only members of the Hull family living in Canada from my father’s family. I know other Hulls live here but none others from his immediate family.

I would appreciate any help in this matter and perhaps my information from England would help in yours. Perhaps we really are related. Wouldn’t that be something? Thanks for taking your valuable time in responding to my query.

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— Submitted 26 Aug 2009 by Steven Hull, non-member

  • 26 Aug 2009 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: In our HFA database, we do have Hulls from both co. Sussex, England, and Ontario, Canada. Whether they might relate to your Hulls is not yet determined. But we would welcome having more info on your Hulls if you would care to pass this along to us. Thank you.

 Query #162 – Seymour Hull, b. 1860, WV: Information wanted about Seymour Hull. Born 1869, WV. [Note: This query was posted in two parts 22 Jul 2009 and 07 Aug 2009 on MyFamily.com.]

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— Submitted 25 Aug 2009 by Margo Plott, HFA Member #1629

  • 25 Aug 2009 Reply from Harold Hull, HFA Member #0807: I know of Upton Seymour Hull, DOB 10 Sep 1859, in Hardy Co., VA (now WV); married Martha Ella Lipscome/Lipscomb, 14 May 1887, Tucker Co., WV. His parents were William Hull and Jemima “Mima” Tucker. He would be my great Uncle.
  • 25 Aug 2009 Reply from Margo Plott: Information wanted on Seymour Hull and Lydia Ann Goodwin, married 1892, Tucker Co., West Virginia.
  • 25 Aug 2009 Reply from Harold Hull: Here is some additional information. Upton Seymour married his second wife Lydia Ann Goodwin 01 Sep 1892 in Tucker Co., WV. She was the daughter of Andrew Goodwin and Mary _?_. She was born May 1870 in Randolph Co. WV. Children:
    • Hoy W. Hull, b. 19 Apr 1895, Horseshoe Run, Tucker Co. WV
    • Delbert D. Hull, b. 03 Sep 1896, Thomas,Tucker Co. WV
    • Selena Maude Hull, b. 06 Nov 1899, Snyders Mill, Tucker Co. WV
    • Myrtle Summie Hull, b. 06 May 1905, Hambleton, Tucker Co., WV

    That is all the information.

  • 25 Aug 2009 Reply from Margo Platt: Thank you, Harold. Do you know when Upton Seymour died and where he is buried? I guess we are related.
  • 25 Aug 2009 Reply from Harold Hull: I am sorry I do not have any more information. You might try contacting… [answer to this query is available only to HFA members; become a member here].

 Query #161 – James H. Hull m. Rebecca Hull, res.: Harrison Co., WV; Sons James, Simeon, and Isaac Hull, res.: Jefferson Co., KS: James/Jim Hull was the son of James H. Hull, b. 1795, Harrison Co., WV, and Rebecca Hull. Jim and brothers, Simeon and Isaac, went to Kansas in mid 1850s. Brothers bought land near Winchester, Jefferson Co., KS. Any information is welcome. Isaac is my gt. grandfather. Thanks. [Note: This query was posted 20 Jul 2009 on MyFamily.com.]

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— Submitted 25 Aug 2009 by Colleen Wilkes, HFA Member #1206

  • 25 Aug 2009 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: For some reason we do not have a James/Jim Hull as son of James H. Hull. However, we do have a great deal of info on the line of James H. Hull, who married his cousin, Rebecca Hull, and we also have much info on her line. You may order our family group sheets, 3 at a time, if you specify which ones you might like. We have your line as coming down from the son, Isaac Hull (son of James H. Hull and Rebecca Hull).

 Query #160 – Marguerite Celia Hull m. Clarence Raymond Crique–Newark, Essex Co., NJ: My name is Jason Cagle, from Jacksonville, FL. My father’s mother is the daughter of Clarence Raymond Crique and Marguerite Celia Hull of Newark, Essex Co., NJ. I have hit the proverbial “brick wall” in both the Crique and Hull sides of the family in my genealogical research.

What I have on the Hull side is from a 1910 Federal Census, in Newark, Essex County, NJ. The head of the house was Margaret Hull (age 37, wid., b. NJ, both parents b. NJ); daughter: Marguerite [Celia] Hull (age 19, b. ca. 1881); and 2 sons Raymond (age 17, b. ca.1893) and George (age 16, b. ca.1894). My grandmother says that, though she didn’t know her uncles well, she knew that she had two and the names sound familiar.

Please, any help in my research would be very much appreciated. Thanks.

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— Submitted 09 Jul 2009 by Jason Cagle, non-member

  • 09 Jul 2009 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: We have located your family in the 1900 census. We also have 68 Hull family group sheets for Hulls who lived in Essex Co., NJ. In the 1900 census, the above siblings were living in… [answer to this query is available only to HFA members; become a member here].

 Query #159 – George Hull, b. ca. 1795; Res.: Sheffield, England; Wife Elizabeth Peach; Res.: Twillingate, Newfoundland, Canada: Seeking info on my 3rd gt. grandfather, George Hull, b. ca. 1795; d. 24 Dec 1878, of Sheffield, England. He m. Elizabeth Peach and they resided in Twillingate, Newfoundland, Canada. Any additional info would be helpful, i.e., the George’s date of birth, his marriage date and the location, etc.

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— Submitted 01 Jul 2009
by Victoria Lynn Hull, HFA Member #1628

  • 01 Jul 2009 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: We have noticed that we have a lineage for another HFA member who connects to your line. As an HFA member, we can put you in touch with this person. He is… [answer to this query is available only to HFA members; become a member here].
  • 03 Mar 2010 Reply from Tim Hull, non-member: Hello: I am Tim Hull, from Sheffield, England. Did you get any further with this?
  • 03 Mar 2010 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: Tim Hull, please state your query in full, as I’m as little confused on what you are asking. Please do this and then I’ll try to answer you. It does not matter where you live. We have Hull Family Association members all over the world, including one member who has the Sheffield, England location.

 Query #158 – Julie Hull, Galion, Crawford Co., OH, Urbana, Champaign Co., IL: My name is Mary Levant and I am from Galion, Ohio. I went to school with a Julie Hull, who would now be about 58 years old. I do not remember her parents’ name but I believe she lived on Atwood St. in Galion Ohio when they moved. That is all I can remember except that I believe her father was transferred. I was wondering if she might be part of your family. I think her family moved in 1963 or 1964 to Urbana, IL. If she is in fact a member of your family, would you be kind enough to forward this to her? I hope you have a wonderful reunion.

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— Submitted 11 Jun 2009 by Mary Levant, non-member

 Query #157 – Wife of Samuel Hull, Piscataway, Middlesex Co., NJ: Seeking info on my 8th gt. grandfather, Samuel Hull, who was b. 20 Jun 1678, Piscataway, Middlesex, NJ; d. 1761, Woodbridge, Middlesex Co., NJ. Especially seeking his wife’s name.

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— Submitted 11 Jun 2009 by David Scott Hull, non-member

  • 11 Jun 2009 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: Our info tells us that the Samuel Hull who was b. 20 Jul (not Jun) 1678, may not be the same Samuel who died in 1761. The Samuel Hull who d. 1761 did not die in Woodbridge, Middlesex Co., NJ, but probably in… [answer to this query is available only to HFA members; become a member here].

 Query #156 – John Hull, Lisburn, co. Antrim, Northern Ireland, m. Jane Rainey; William Hull, co. Down, Ireland, m. Berlina Crozier: [Note: This is a reply to Query #125.] My familytreedna.com DNA results link me with the surname Ruddock/Ruddick of co. Armagh, Ireland and one Hull member. This Hull gentleman has helped me prove a link between our two Hull families and we were able to trace a relationship of my John Hull, “the flax expert,” b. ca. 1861, to William Hull, a weaver of Tullyherron, Waringstown, co. Down, b. ca. 1832, and Berlina Crozier, m. 1859, Lurgan, co. Armagh. William Hull’s father was possibly John Hull, b. 1794, Dromore, co. Down; m. Margaret Reilly. I would be interested in hearing from other Hulls connected to these families.

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— Submitted 26 May 2009 by Richard Angus Hull, non-member

 Query #155 – Grace Violet Hull, d/o George W. Hull & Malissa Annabelle Shigley, of Arcadia, Manistee Co., MI & De Kalb Co., AL: Seeking info on my grandmother was Grace Violet Hull. I have been searching for some information on where she died, when she died, where she’s buried, etc. Her father, George W. Hull, remarried after his first wife, Malissa Annabelle Shigley, died in childbirth. I go to the Hull reunion here in Michigan but they are mostly other Hulls related but with no memory of George’s first family. Any help is greatly appreciated.

Here is a bit of my Hull history:

  • Grandmother: Grace Violet Hull, b: 10 Jan.1889, Arcadia, Manistee Co., MI. Her brothers:
    • Ernest Mead Hull, b: 11 Apr. 1890, Arcadia MI
    • George R. Hull, b: 26 Aug.1892, Mentone, De Kalb Co., AL
      • George R. Hull married and had a son Kenneth Hull, b. ca.1941.
        • Kenneth has a daughter Priscilla Bell, b. 11 Jul 1970. I would love to find her too
    • Baby Joey Oscar Hull, b: 27 Jun 1899, Arcadia, MI; d. young

Thank you for your help.

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— Submitted 08 Apr 2009 by Debbie Duffy, non-member

  • 23 Apr 2009 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: We are very pleased to tell you that we can trace this line back several generations to the immigrant, and then to two generations beyond that. We can also send our family group sheets to you, three at a time, upon your request, if you are an HFA member. Your George W. Hull is the son of… [answer to this query is available only to HFA members; become a member here].
  • 10 Sep 2010 Reply from Pete Sandman, non-member: In response, my wife Cynthia (Stiles) Sandman's grandmother was Vida Rose (Hull) Stiles, b. 26 Aug 1908, Arcadia, Manistee Co., MI; d. 31 Jul 1981, in Frankfort, Benzie Co., MI. Vida Rose Hull was the d/o George Wallace Hull & Kity Etoli Sawyer. George Wallace Hull, b. 06 Jul 1865, Manitowoc, Manitowoc Co., WI; d. 10 Sep 1947, Manistee, MI. George Wallace Hull’s father was Oscar Wallace Hull, born 16 May 1838. Most of our official records are in an album being featured this summer by the Arcadia, Michigan Historical Museum along with photos. There is a major Hull reunion in Arcadia set for August 20, 2010.
       From my wife (Cynthia Stiles Sandman) there is our daughter, Jennifer Sandman Johnson, and a granddaughter, Olivia Kaylynn Johnson, to make it six generations just back to Oscar Wallace Hull, who served in the Civil War from WI. Will add more later when I get our album back.
       I have a lot of material on the Shigley side. There are references in letters, etc. about the Shigley family and I believe I can channel that person onto them.

 Query #154 – Rhoda N. Hull m. Seymour H. Hinman, Mercer Co., PA & Fillmore Co., MN: Desire info on the family of Rhoda N. Hull, b. 09 Feb 1835, Mercer, Mercer Co., PA; d. 28 Nov 1900, Marshalltown, Marshall Co., IA; m. 23 Oct 1856, Carmonia, Fillmore Co., MN, Seymour H. Hinman. Seymour H. Hinman was b. 08 Sep 1832, Buffalo, Cattaraugus Co., NY; d. 5 Feb 1914 Lakota, Nelson Co., ND.

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— Submitted 23 Apr 2009 by Kent Hosterman, non-member

  • 23 Apr 2009 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: We have a probable candidate for your Rhoda Hull, including her parents and line back to the immigrant and beyond. She very likely is the dau. of… [answer to this query is available only to HFA members; become a member here].

 Query #153 – Sarah Hull m. Hezekiah Smith, Newport Co., RI: I am seeking info on whether or not the Sarah Hull listed here is in fact descended from Rev. Joseph Hull. The info I have comes from The Hull Family in America, published in 1913. I have read that there are numerous errors in it. On pg. 268, it lists her as #264, but I couldn't find any other info on her.

My other sources are Ancestral Charts on Ancestry.com that list Hezekiah Smith married to a Sarah Hull. Also, the book The Genealogy of the Descendants of Samuel Smith, Sr & Elizabeth (McCleave) Smith, pub. 1922 by John Peery Miller, Antioch College, OH, mentions Hezekiah Smith of New Jersey. I am a direct descendant of this line, as my mother, Kate Speck, is listed in the book. I am a new member of HFA.

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— Submitted 20 Apr 2009
by Karen A. Jolliffe Harris, HFA Member #1616

  • 20 Apr 2009 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: We do have some evidence that this Sarah Hull married Hezekiah Smith. We have found that a Sarah Hull was born… [answer to this query is available only to HFA members; become a member here].
  • 11 Jun 2009 Reply from Catherine S. Most, non-member: I am also researching a Rev. Hezekiah Smith who possibly was connected to the Cheesequake Church in Monmouth Co., N.J. There was another Rev. Hezekiah Smith who m. a Catherine Stout but I do not think they are one and the same.
  • 12 Jun 2009 Reply from Karen A. Jolliffe Harris: Hello Catherine—I believe the info on the 2nd Hezekiah Smith you mentioned is incorrect. Catherine Stout was the wife of Rev. Peter Smith, who was the son of the Hezekiah I am seeking info on. What info do you have about H. Smith of Monmouth Co., NJ? Maybe they are one and the same. [Note: This reply was posted on MyFamily.com on 12 Jun 2009, but was not posted here until 26 Aug 2009.]

 Query #152 – John Justus Hull, violin-maker, Scranton, Lackawanna Co., PA: I recently acquired a violin made by John Justus Hull, Scranton, PA. Could you provide any detailed information on this member of the Hull family? Looking forward to hearing from you.

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— Submitted 20 Apr 2009 by Bob Jarret, non-member

  • 20 Apr 2009 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: As a matter of fact, we just published an article in our last HFA Newsletter on Hull violins. This includes a summary of his family. Would you please tell me more about your violin and perhaps send some photos? Then I can forward this article to you.
  • 07 Oct 2009 Reply from Carol Hull Sechriest, HFA Member #1635: Hello. John Justus Hull was my Grandfather. He also lived in Ohio and I have been looking for him for years! Finally followed up on the fact that he made violins and now am finding lots of info. I have a picture of him sitting in a chair holding a violin. I have information on the family if you would like it. Note: This reply is also a reply to Queries #131 and #021.
  • 07 Oct 2009 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: Thank you so much for your reply to our Hull query on John Justus Hull. Yes, we'd very much like to have information on John Justus Hull and especially a copy of the photograph that you mentioned.
       We, too, have quite a bit of information on this man. We’d enjoy exchanging with you. I’ve done a couple of articles on this man for our Hull publications. We’ll hope to hear from you as soon as convenient.

 Query #151 – James Hull, Centre Co., PA: Seeking info on my 2 gt. grandfather, James Hull, of Centre Co., PA. I would like his date of birth, date of death, and his wife’s name.

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— Submitted 20 Apr 2009 by Robert Lynn Hull, non-member

  • 20 Apr 2009 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: We can identify your 2nd gt. grandfather and trace this line back two more generations. His name was James Henry Hull, born… [answer to this query is available only to HFA members; become a member here].
  • 21 Apr 2009 Reply from Virginia Covalt, HFA Member #1482: I wonder if this family connects to my Hulls in Centre Co. also.
    • Abraham Hull b. ca. 1822; d. August 25, 1864 in the Civil War. He married Elizabeth Diehl ca.1845. Abraham was a blacksmith and they appear in the 1850 & 1860 census in Aaronsburg, Haines Twp, Centre Co, PA. They had five children:
      • Daniel R.K. Hull
      • John Hull
      • Thomas Hull
      • Kate Hull
      • Sarah Ellen Hull
  • 21 Apr 2009 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: I have your Abraham Hull as a brother of the above James Henry Hull. I’d be happy to send my family group sheets if you’d like them.
       I also have the following from an Internet query. Please contact me for more info on this.

    The 6 September 1997 auction at Christie’s of New York has as item number 341 a fraktur birth and baptismal certificate for John William Hull, b. 12 February 1846, son of Abram Hull and Elisabeth (Dale) Hull, in Lamar Township, Clinton County, Pennsylvania, USA. I am scanning this page of the auction catalog in case any of Mr. Hull’s descendants might like a copy, either by email or by postal mail. Somebody in the family ought to have it—it’s too good to be missed by the family.

 Query #150 – George Hull, b. abt 1818 PA, d. Champaign Co., OH: Looking for the parents of George Hull, b. 1818 PA, m. Mary Ann Stout, lived in Clark and Champaign Cos, OH. Had sons Winfield and Daniel.

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— Submitted 08 Apr 2009 by Deborah Holden, HFA Member #1239

  • 08 Apr 2009 Reply from Alan Hull, HFA Member #1228: This may not be of much help, but my earliest Hulls were Solomon and Sarah Hull. He was Rev War veteran of New Jersey who moved to Washington, PA after the war. I show five sons (possibly unk daughters). They were David, Daniel, Solomon, Silas, and George. I show George married a Polly or Mary. Family history notes that all but David later continued west to Ohio and possibly beyond. Solomon (Sr), b. 1858, would have been 60 in 1818, but possible that this George was the son of my George. Low percentage of a hit, but worth a shot. Good luck. I am sure our assn. genealogist will have more accurate info.
  • 08 Apr 2009 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: I think that the George H. Hull, who married Mary Ann Stout, is probably a German Hull. They lived in Gettysburg, Adams Co., PA, and also in Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co., PA. I’m listing eleven children for this couple, although three died in infancy. I’d be glad to send my family group sheet for this family if you request this, even though I do not have the parents of this George Hull.

 Query #149 – Isaac Hull m. Calista; res. Peoria Co., IL: Looking for more information on the family of Isaac and Calista Hull that lived for many years in Peoria Co., IL. They lived there during the 1850, 1860 census. I believe that their son, Nathan is my husband's ancestor Isaac and Calista Hull had children named Jane (m. Augustus Stowell), Thomas, Nathan, Ocena (m. Chandler R. Young), William, Millard F., and Maria. I think there could have been more. Daughter, H. Ocena Hull was born in Cattaraugus County, NY about 1832.

Isaac Hull, b. ca. 1792, NY; prob. d. Peoria Co., IL. Calista b. ca. 1798; d. prob. Peoria Co., IL.

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— Submitted 07 Apr 2009 by Shirley Karle, non-member

  • 07 Apr 2009 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: Isaac Hull was a Judge and he m. Calista… [answer to this query is available only to HFA members; become a member here].

 Query #148 – Annis “Ann” Hull m. George Aldrich; res.: Berkshire Co., MA; IL; Winnebago Co., WI: Seeking info on Annis “Ann” Hull Aldrich, b. 2 Dec 1817, Berkshire Co., MA; d. 10 Dec 1866, Omro, Winnebago, WI; m. 28 Feb 1836 Pownal, Bennington, VT, George Aldrich, b. about 1814, MA; d. 25 July 1896, Worthington, Nobles, MN. My ancestor, born in Berkshire Co., MA and moved to IL and later WI.

I have her descendants but have been unable to find her parentage, except her mother's name of Sarah. She is the sister to Whiting Hull who owned Dundee Brick in Dundee, Kane, IL. She also had a brother named Manning Hull who lived in Muscatine Co., IA. Also had several sisters.

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— Submitted 07 Apr 2009 by Shirley Karle, non-member

  • 07 Apr 2009 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: We do have info on the parents of Annis “Ann” Hull and can trace her line back to the immigrant and beyond. Her father was… [answer to this query is available only to HFA members; become a member here].

 Query #147 – Daniel Hull m. Elizabeth [_?_]; Res.: Morgan Co., IL, Johnson Co., TX, Yell Co., AR; Son Elijah Charles Hull: Who were the parents of Daniel Hull, father of Elijah Charles Hull?

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— Submitted 25 Mar 2009
by William Wyatt Hull, HFA Member #1609

  • 02 Mar 2010 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: We have received an answer to Query #147, giving the parents of Daniel Hull. However, the answer is incorrect. We believe that two different Daniel Hulls have been confused. Elijah Charles Hull was the son of the Daniel Hull whose parents are… [answer to this query is available only to HFA members; become a member here].

 Query #146 – John Hull m. Susan Mott; res.: NJ & Monroe Co., MI; s/o Isaac Hull m. Mary [_?_]: Looking for information on John Hull’s parents. John, b. ca. 1810, NJ; d. 06 Feb 1882 Monroe Co., MI; m. Susan Mott, b. ca. 1812; d. 05 Nov 1907, Milan, Monroe Co., MI. John’s parents’ name were Isaac and Mary (?) Hull; no other information on parents.

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— Submitted 25 Mar 2009 by Larry D. Lutze, non-member

 Query #145 –Lorinda Hull m. William T. Lemon; Resided: Trumbull Co., OH, Anderson, Douglas, and Allen Cos., KS: My great grandmother, Ladora Ann Hull, had a sister Lorinda Hull who married William T. Lemon; she was born in Trumbull Co., Ohio, Oct. 13, 1840. Is there anyone to contact concerning this family? Thanks for an early response.

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— Submitted 25 Mar 2009 by Frank Shrimplin, non-member

  • 25 Mar 2009 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: We can identify this line and have the generations back to the immigrant, and beyond in England. We can also send family group sheets out, three at a time, on this line to our HFA members, upon request. Lorinda Hull was the daughter of… [answer to this query is available only to HFA members; become a member here].

 Query #144 – Willa Eugene Hull m. (1) Leonard Maddocks, (2) Mr. Cron; res.: Lawrence Co., MO: Seeking info on Willa Eugene Hull Maddocks, my paternal grandmother. She lived and died in Aurora, Lawrence Co., MO. After the death of my grandfather she married a man named Cron. Willa’s father was John Hull, who m. Luceta Tilton.

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— Submitted 25 Mar 2009 by Ivy Slader, HFA Membership #1617

  • 25 Mar 2009 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: We have more of the line of John Hull in our database. He was John Francis Hull, the s/o… [answer to this query is available only to HFA members; become a member here].

 Query #143 – Lydia Ann Hull, OH; m. George Washington Shover and Daniel Bowen: Looking for descendants of Lydia Ann Hull (Ohio) and George Washington Shover and descendants of Lydia Ann Hull and Daniel Bowen.

Does anyone know what the W. stands for?

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— Submitted 25 Mar 2009 by Ann Elizabeth O’Rourke, non-member

  • 25 Mar 2009 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: We are pleased to inform you that we have information on this line and we can take Lydia Ann Hull’s line back to the immigrant. Lydia Ann Hull, who m. Daniel Bowen, is the d/o… [answer to this query is available only to HFA members; become a member here].

 Query #142 – Moses Hull m. Mary Ives; CT and Nova Scotia, Canada: Desire info on my 5 gt. grandparents, Moses Hull, b. ca. 1736—who are his children? In Canada, 1787; m. Mary Ives, 05 May 1756. Who are Moses Hull’s parents?

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— Submitted 23 Mar 2009
by Robert Edward Hull, HFA Member #1582

  • 23 Mar 2009 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: I have now revised my thinking from my past comments to queries on this Moses Hull, and you can read my analysis of this Moses Hull’s ancestry in the Spring 2009 HFA Journal. The analysis of the Moses Hull lineage is based on research in the Wallingford, New Haven Co., CT original sources, such as the land records, the probates, the court records, and the vital records, plus the Nova Scotia primary sources. You can order our family group sheets on this line, three at a time, upon your request.
       Even though there are still some discrepancies, we now believe that the parents of Moses Hull are… [answer to this query is available only to HFA members; become a member here].

 Query #141 – Lydia Hull & Daniel Bowen–DeWitt Co., OH: Would like any information leading to documentation of marriage of Lydia Hull and Daniel Bowen in Ohio. They are listed on the 1850 and 1860 census in DeWitt County, Ohio. I don’t know if Hull is Lydia’s name from a previous marriage or her maiden name. I am related through their daughter Mary who was 12 on the 1860 census. Thanks for any leads.

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— Submitted 22 Mar 2009 by Janice L. Prothe, HFA Member #1610

 Query #140 – Floyd Hull & Hazel I. Applegate–Perkins Co., South Dakota: Seeking Floyd Hull and wife, Hazel I. (Applegate). This couple married in 1933 in Strool, Perkins County, South Dakota. Does anybody know the family? In particular, would like to learn what became of Floyd and Hazel, where they moved, and names of children.

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— Submitted 02 Mar 2009 by Gary Toms, HFA Member #1384

 Query #139 – Samuel Hull Wife Grace Lytton: I have been working on Samuel Hull and Grace Lytton. I need to find who their parents were and their children. I thought I was doing so well with this family. I do have children for them. And then I hit a wall. I had Capt. Joseph Hull and wife Eliza Clark as Samuel parents. This Joseph had a son Joseph (father of Isaac Hull), William and Samuel. There may be more children but these three are all I have. The errors that I have seen have Samuel Hull and wife Charlotte Philips as the son of Joseph and Eliza Clark Hull. I need to get my notes out and explain how they are related to me; I think Samuel Hull and Grace Lytton are my 4 great grandparents. Since this is my first time asking a question, I will add more later. I wanted to see if I got a reply. I thought this family may go back to Dr. John Hull who we thought was the son of Richard Hull and his wife Agnes. I will appreciate any information. I have over a thousand names in my Family Tree Maker. We work on the family in the summer, have taken photos of hundreds of tombstones and check obits. It has been such interesting work. And we love doing it. I have many notebooks full of information, but there is never an end. Note: This query originally was posted on HFA’s MyFamily.com in a disabled feature, and was moved to the News feature today.

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— Submitted 12 Feb 2009 by Clyde Hull, HFA Member #1602

  • 12 Feb 2009 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: Thank you so much for your query. You are researching a line which we affectionately refer to as the “Scrambled Samuels” line. This line, first published in The Hull Family America, in 1913, is completely wrong. Two different Samuel Hulls were confused with each other.
       In our HFA Journal, Vol. 6, No. 2 (Summer 1995), we published an article “Will the Real Samuel Hull Please Stand Up?” (Part I). In Vol. 6, No. 3, we published Part II. These two articles explain what the problems are and straighten out the two lines. You should order these two Journals, which are still available from the HFA, at our cost, in order to understand how these two lines became commingled with each other.
       Note: The following information was inadvertently omitted when this reply was posted on 12 Feb 2009: Unfortunately, no one yet has learned the parents of the Samuel Hull who married Grace Lytton, which apparently is your own line. But we do have their children. Your line has nothing to do with the Capt. Joseph Hull line, which descends from the immigrant, Richard Hull, line. That Samuel Hull married Charlotte Leonora Phelps (not Philips), and you do not descend from that Samuel. Unfortunately, much of the Internet info on these two lines is incorrect, but the HFA, through years of research by very good genealogists, finally has the correct info on these two lineages.
       We certainly would encourage you to send us your photos of Hull tombstones and obituaries. We may be able to identify the correct lineages for these Hulls.

 Query #138 – Dr. Charles W. Hull m. Olive Lewis–Bethlehem, Litchfield Co., CT: I am seeking the middle name of Dr. Charles W. Hull. This Hull was born at Bethlehem, Litchfield Co., CT on June 4, 1782, the son of Titus Hull and Olive Lewis, widow of Abram Parmalee. He married Mary Elizabeth Hackley in 1813 and they had four children. Hull served in Stranahan’s Regiment as a surgeon’s mate along the Canadian border during the War of 1812. Post war he lived in Eaton, Madison County, New York until his death on January 19, 1833.

Does anyone know what the W. stands for?

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— Submitted 06 Feb 2009 by Harry Moreen, HFA Member #0609

 Query #137 – Warren Hull & brother Lorin/Lorain/Loring Hull–Berkshire Co., MA–Bloomfield, Ontario Co., NY: I’m working as a research consultant for the foundation that is developing the historic site of Hull House in Erie Co., NY, built by Warren Hull (1762–1838). I am now seeking info on Warren Hull’s next younger brother, Lorin (a.k.a. Lorain and Loring). I am interested in the latter because he moved to Bloomfield, Ontario Co., New York, about 1793 with a community group from Berkshire Co., MA. He is said to have died soon after, but I think he had been married for some time, and I wonder if anyone has a list of offspring for him.

Warren Hull stated in his Revolutionary pension application that he lived in Bloomfield for some time (no more than four years based on chronology). Knowing more about Lorin’s family might help to suggest reasons for this move and maybe the move on west, too. While I’ve found mention of him in Ontario County histories and a census record for 1790 in West Stockbridge, Berkshire Co., MA, I have not found anything more about his family. Lorin is said to have married a daughter (possibly named Lucy) of Deacon John Adams. Lorin’s death date, without citation, is noted as 1792 in several sources. The 1790 census finds Lorin in West Stockbridge, Berkshire Co., MA, apparently married, possibly with two daughters, but that’s a guess based on three females in his household. I do not find birth records there. In 1792, he would have been barely 28, so old enough to have had children and have married. Thank you.

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— Submitted 06 Feb 2009 by Jessie Ravage, non-member

  • 14 Mar 2011 Reply from Forrest King, non-member: I have come across Loring, just today, seeking for the husband of Mary Adams, daughter of John Adams, who also came in the migration to East Bloomfield. (I have known him only as Mr. Hull.) I believe I can confirm his death.
  • 06 Nov 2014 Reply from Alice Roche, non-member: Loring was married to Mary Adams, daughter of John Adams. He had 2 daughters, Sophia and Laura Janette. Sophia was born 29 April 1789 probably in MA and died between 1801 and 1808 in Ohio. Laura was born 8 December 1791 probably in Bloomfield, Ontario Co., NY. These dates are from the Lusk family Bible. Capt. Amos Lusk was Mary Adam’s second husband. Loring died 24 September 1792 according to OneWorldTree, but I have not been able to verify this. Amos Lusk and Mary had their first child 18 Oct 1795, so I’m assuming they were married in 1794 or Jan. of 1795. Their first son was named Loring. In 1801 the Lusk family moved to Ohio with the 2 Hull girls and the Lusk’s 4 children.

 Query #136 – Charles R. Hull; son: James E. Hull; son Alvis O. Hull; John E. Hull: Would like info on my 3rd gt. grandfather, Charles R. Hull; son was James E. Hull; James Hull’s son: Alvis O. Hull, whose son was John E. Hull who m. Stella Lillard.

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— Submitted 05 Feb 2009 by Brandy M. Hull, non-member

  • 05 Feb 2009 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: We have a possible match for you but would need some dates and locations, if you could supply those. Thank you.

 Query #135 – Reply to Query #037–Benjamin Hull–Piscataway, Middlesex Co., NJ: I have a question about Query #037, June 2007, which appeared on your HFA website. In this query, a person asked for information about the will of Benjamin Hull of Piscataway, Middlesex Co., NJ. In the will, he leaves money to Elinor, wife of Charles Roweleson/Roloson. Has any new information come to light as to the identity of this Elinor? I am a descendant of Charles Roloson. I would appreciate any information you could share, or if you could point me in the direction of anyone with expertise on this particular Hull line.

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— Submitted 06 Feb 2009 by Jonah Moss, non-member

  • 06 Feb 2009 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: I’m sorry, but we know of no new info on Charles Roloson nor his wife Elinor. Right now, I would say that she was not a Hull.

 Query #134 – Richard & Mercy Hull Hunt – Joseph Hull & Susanna Stelle – Sussex Co., NJ: I have just recently solved a long-standing mystery in one branch of my family. I have found documents proving that my ancestor, Mary Griggs, born 11 Jan 1814, Sussex Co., NJ, was the daughter of John S. Griggs and Kezia Hunt. One document states that her grandfather was Richard Hunt, while others indicate that her father was Samuel Hunt.

I have found several older genealogy books which state that Richard Hunt’s wife was Mercy Hull—one of these is The Hull Family in America. These older books have no source citations. Is there any actual documentary proof that Richard’s wife was Mercy Hull? Or any proof that her parents were Joseph Hull and Susanna Stelle? There is other information in the book relating to Samuel Hunt, son of Richard Hunt and Mercy Hull, for which I have thus far not located proof. I do not normally add people to my tree until I have some primary documentation. Would you be able to direct me to any sources? Thank you.

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— Submitted 06 Feb 2009 by Carol Lucian, non-member

  • 06 Feb 2009 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: I’m afraid that we do not have any detailed info on your questions without doing more research on this. We do send out our family group sheets to our HFA members and we also put members who share part of a line in touch with each other so that they may share records on ancestors whom they may have in common. Whether this would help you or not, though, we cannot promise.

 Query #133 – Harry Hull & Ethel Matilda Pratt–CT: Desire info on my gt. grandfather, Harry or Harold Hull, b. ca. 1889, CT, who married Ethel Matilda Pratt. Thanks!

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— Submitted 05 Feb 2009
by Kenneth Ryan Theriot/Hull, HFA Member #1601

  • 05 Feb 2009 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: Sheran McCants, a member of our Genealogy Committee, has done census work on your line and has determined that the probable parents of Harold Hull were… [answer to this query is available only to HFA members; become a member here].

 Query #132 – Henrietta Hull Webb–Major Samuel & Rachel Hull–Lodi Twp., Athens Co., OH: I am a direct descendent of the Hull family (Henrietta Hull/Aaron Hull Webb being the closest). I live in Lodi Twp., Athens Co., OH, where many of the Hull family lived. I have visited the cemetery where Major Samuel Hull and his wife Rachel are buried, along with several other Hulls/Webbs. If I can help you with any information on this branch of the Hull family, I would be glad to. I have uploaded my family tree at the Hawk Family Website at MyHeritage.

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— Submitted 05 Feb 2009
by DeEtta Sue (Hawk) Meeks, non-member

  • 05 Feb 2009 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: Thanks so much for your generous offer to help with info on the Samuel Hull–Rachel Bostick line.
  • 09 Feb 2009 Reply from Clyde Hull, HFA Member #1602: I too have been working on Samuel and Rachel Bostick. Found a lot of info at the Athens musuem in Athens, Ohio and the university. I believe they are descendants of George Hull, son of Thomas Hull whose father was Richard Hull. We found a lot of the cemeteries; some are gone. Took a lot of tombstone pictures and found obits. We also have family from Athens Co. May need to ask you some questions and if I have something you need, just let me know. I may not be right on all the info I have and will appreciate being corrected. At present I'm trying to find who Samuel and Grace Lytton's parent were and their children.
  • 12 Feb 2009 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: Thank you so much for your query. First, I’ll comment on the Samuel Hull–Grace Lytton line. You are researching a line which we affectionately refer to as the “Scrambled Samuels” line. This line, first published in The Hull Family America, in 1913, is completely wrong. Two different Samuel Hulls were confused with each other.
       In our HFA Journal, Vol. 6, No. 2 (Summer 1995), we published an article “Will the Real Samuel Hull Please Stand Up?” (Part I). In Vol. 6, No. 3, we published Part II. These two articles explain what the problems are and straighten out the two lines. You should order these two Journals, which are still available from the HFA, at our cost, in order to understand how these two lines became commingled with each other.
       Unfortunately, no one yet has learned the parents of the Samuel Hull who married Grace Lytton, which apparently is your own line. But we do have their children. Your line has nothing to do with the Capt. Joseph Hull line, which descends from the immigrant, Richard Hull, line. That Samuel Hull married Charlotte Leonora Phelps (not Philips), and you do not descend from that Samuel. Unfortunately, much of the Internet info on these two lines is incorrect, but the HFA, through years of research by very good genealogists, finally has the correct info on these two lineages.
       We certainly would encourage you to send us your photos of Hull tombstones and obituaries. We may be able to identify the correct lineages for these Hulls.
       As for the Samuel Hull–Rachel Bostick line, this line descends from the immigrant, George Hull. The later generations were in Athens Co., OH. We have several HFA members who descend from this line.
       As far as we know, the Samuel Hull–Grace Lytton line is not connected to the Samuel Hull–Rachel Bostick line either. However, if you were to submit your DNA, this would clarify from which branch of the Hulls you might descend.

 Query #131 – Reply to Query #021 from HFA Website–John Justus Hull, violin-maker; Kingston Twp., Lucerne Co., PA: I saw your post on Query #021 and was interested in what you’ve learned. I have a Hull violin from 1915 that my grandfather gave me. I do know that Hull was from Kingston, PA, which is also my home town. I’m curious to see if I can learn more about him, and to assess the value of the instrument.

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— Submitted 05 Feb 2009 by Ken Karnofsky, non-member

  • 05 Feb 2009 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: Thanks for your query. I believe that I have information on the John Justus Hull, violin maker, that you are seeking. I have knowledge of John Justus Hull’s ancestry and family. Right now I can tell you that John Justus Hull was born in 1861 and died after 1933. He was from Kingston Twp., Lucerne Co., PA.
       Do you have a photograph of the violin that you could send? Then we could do a little article about it for one of our HFA Newsletters. In the meantime, I’ve picked up a great deal of info on the Internet about John Justus Hull and his instruments, including prices. I have compiled a file on this.
  • 07 Oct 2009 Reply from Carol Hull Sechriest, HFA Member #1635: Hello. John Justus Hull was my Grandfather. He also lived in Ohio and I have been looking for him for years! Finally followed up on the fact that he made violins and now am finding lots of info. I have a picture of him sitting in a chair holding a violin. I have information on the family if you would like it. Note: This reply is also a reply to Query #152 and #021.
  • 07 Oct 2009 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: Thank you so much for your reply to our Hull query on John Justus Hull. Yes, we'd very much like to have information on John Justus Hull and especially a copy of the photograph that you mentioned.
       We, too, have quite a bit of information on this man. We’d enjoy exchanging with you. I’ve done a couple of articles on this man for our Hull publications. We’ll hope to hear from you as soon as convenient.

 Query #130 – Gersham & Elizabeth (?Mayberry) Hull; of Smith & Robinson Twps., PA: I am seeking the names of parents of Gersham Hull, b. ca. 1748–9; d. poss. 1787–90; res.: Smith and Robinson Twps., PA; m. Elizabeth [perhaps Mayberry; not proven]; served in Revolutionary War. Would also like the family group sheets for these parents.

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— Submitted 03 Feb 2009 by Darin Jay Hull, HFA Member #1600

 Query #129 – Joseph Garfield Hull & Rosannah Maldonetta Mitchell–Logan Co., OH; Corvallis, Ravalli Co., MT; Eugene, Lane Co., OR: Desire info on the parents (and siblings if possible) of Joseph Garfield Hull, b.18 Mar 1835, Bellefontaine, Logan Co, OH; m. 08 Dec 1861; d. 1907, Corvallis, Ravalli Co., MT; m. Rosannah Maldonetta Mitchell, b. 29 Sep 1839, Selma, Perry Co., AL; d. 22 Nov 1936, Eugene, Lane Co., OR.

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— Submitted 03 Feb 2009
by Tammy J. (Hull) Howard, HFA Member #1569

  • 03 Feb 2009 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: Fortunately, we have the parents and siblings of Joseph Garfield Hull. The parents are… [this query and reply were deleted from Spokt.com].

 Query #128 – Hull–Holl–Hohl Pre-1950 Divorce Records–All Locations–All Lines: I am in the process of compiling a file on Hull/Holl/Hohl divorce records in any and all locations. These will be made available to especially our HFA members, but also to anyone who has a query about a Hull/Holl/Hohl divorce, pre-1930. I have some post 1930 records, but will limit these due to privacy issues.

Groom Bride Date of Marriage Remarks
Frederick Clarence Hull #1 Georgianna Eveleth 21 Mar 1870 Div. He m. #2 Amy Luvina Tucker, 06 Feb 1881, Warwick, Kent Co., RI. She m. #2 Edward Leighton Tracey, 24 Nov 1880. HFAm #8207, Rev. Joseph Hull, immigrant, line.

If you have a query about any divorce, please contact me: phyllisjhughes (at) hullfamilyassociation.org. Also if you want to contribute a documented record of a Hull/Holl/Hohl divorce, please contact me, too. We will honor all requests to keep records private, if that is the wish of the submitter. Divorce records frequently can give good genealogical information. Along with births, marriages, and death records, they are a vital part of our genealogical record-keeping.

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— Submitted 02 Feb 2009
by Phyllis J. Hughes, HFA Genealogist & Journal Editor

  • 26 May 2009 Reply from Shirley Harshberger, HFA Member #0888: My grandfather, Harry H. Hull, b. 18 May 1869, Benton, Berrien Co., MI, supposedly was married to three different women. I can’t find proof of these marriages or any divorces. All took place in Detroit, MI. First wife: Sarah Jageriskey, 1892; 2nd wife: Genevieve Laundra, 1893; and 3rd wife, my grandmother Susan Ann Teed in 1906 or 07. Susan deserted that family in 1914 and supposedly married Art Evans about 1916 but I have no proof of that either. Harry had children by his 2nd and 3rd wives. If someone comes across any of these marriages or divorces, please let me know. Thank you.

 Query #127 – John Hull & Malinda Lehman Hull–Hocking & Fairfield Cos., OH–Jesse Winfield Hull & Margaret Proxmire Hull: I cannot seem to find birth records or who are the parents of this John Hull, my 2nd gt. grandparent, who was b. 1849 or 1856. I do know that he and Malinda Lehman were married in Logan, Hocking Co., Ohio in 1879, and that he is buried there in Forest Rose Cemetery, Sec A2, Lot 79, along with his daughter-in-law, Margaret Proxmire Hull, wife of Jesse Winfield Hull. His obituary newspaper clipping states he died unexpectedly of hernia. His wife, Malinda Lehman, is from a long line of United Brethren Ministers and I have information on that line back to 1600s in Switzerland.

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— Submitted 02 Feb 2009
by Catherine Elizabeth Hull, HFA Member #1599

  • 02 Feb 2009 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: We have a possible candidate for the parents of your John Hull, but this will take a little more work. However, there is some circumstantial evidence for this couple being John Hull’s parents. We can send out to our HFA members by e-mail family group sheets, three at a time. The family group sheet that we have would give you some clues as to the possible parents of your John Hull; if this is correct, we can take this line back to the immigrant.

 Query #126 – Harold Ernest Hull & Marion Theresa Ward–James Robert “Bob” Hull & Robin Ariel Sargent–Connecticut: I was adopted by the Theriot family at age 8. My biological parents were James Robert Hull & Robin Ariel Sargent from Connecticut. My biological grandfather, Harold Ernest (sp?) Hull, is reported in Ancestry.com as being born in Wentworth, Newton, MO in 1913, and having died in Aug 1961. His wife, my father’s mother, was Marion Theresa Ward. But another Harold (Harold George) Hull, is also listed with the exact same information. This seems to be a mistake. Can anyone shed any light on this? Either my information on my grandfather’s middle name is wrong, or someone has identified my grandfather as the wrong Hull.

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— Submitted 02 Feb 2009
by Kenneth Ryan Theriot/Hull, HFA Member #1601

  • 02 Feb 2009 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: The Harold George Hull in MO is a different man than Harold Ernest Hull. We have records on the MO Harold Hull and he is not the same man as the CT Hull to whom you relate.

 Query #125 – John Hull & Jane Rainey–Belfast, co. Antrim, Northern Ireland–Blaris/Lisburn, co. Antrim, Northern Ireland–Father: William Hull: I would appreciate any information on my gt. grandfather, John Hull. He was a flax expert working for Barbour Threads at Hilden Mill, Belfast, N. Ireland. I am attempting to link him to the Hull family who were 18th century Sovereigns of Hillsborough Castle, co. Down. Also looking for a possible link with the 17th century Hull family of Larkbeare, Devon, England. Have any Hulls submitted DNA and proved a link to these families? I am willing to do so. John was born ca. 1861, Blaris/Lisburn, co. Antrim, N. Ireland. His father, William Hull, was a weaver. John married Jane Rainey, 24 Mar 1883 Presbyterian Church, Lisburn, co. Antrim, N. Ireland. Died 23 May 1912 at 20 Yarrow Street, Belfast, co. Antrim, N. Ireland.

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— Submitted 02 Feb 2009 by Richard Angus Hull, non-member

  • 02 Feb 2009 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: I have in my files quite extensive information on both the Hulls of Blaris, co. Antrim, Northern Ireland, and the Hulls of Larkbeare, Devonshire, England.
  • 05 Feb 2009 Reply from Dan Hull, HFA Member #1380: Richard, we do have a DNA group that are from Ireland and also England so we would love to have you do a test so we can use it to further verify the Belfast Hulls and our link to England. Our group has members who are related to Aghalee and Lisburn and Belfast and we have been wanting someone from the Blaris Hulls to test. Please let me know if you have any questions. Thank you.
  • 11 Feb 2009 Reply from Richard Angus Hull, non-member: I have submitted a DNA test recently and am awaiting the results. I sent it to James Reynolds Hull of Hull Genetic Genealogy Project.

 Query #124 – John Hull m. Rebecca [_?_]–Greenup Co., KY–Warrick Co., IN: There were two John Hulls, both married to a Rebecca, living in the vicinity of Greenup and Mason Cos., KY in the late 1700s and the early 1800s. Is there any DNA information on my line to determine which John Hull married which Rebecca? One of these John Hulls married Rebecca Bennett, 03 Mar 1803, Fleming Co., KY.

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— Submitted 02 Feb 2009 by Jenifer Stoesz, HFA Member #1596

  • 02 Feb 2009 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: We do know of one DNA test on a descendant of your John Hull, of Greenup Co., KY, who married a Rebecca [maiden name unknown]. We know of no DNA test for a descendant of John Hull who married Rebecca Bennett, the latter of whom are not your ancestors. But you can confirm this with the Hull DNA project administrator, Dr. James Reynolds Hull, at hullgeneticgenealogy4u (at) gmail.com.
       The John Hull, who married Rebecca Bennett, is now identified as the John Hull who lived in Mason County, Kentucky. He is HFAm #1830, of the Rev. Joseph Hull, immigrant, line. This John Hull had land dealings with the Bennett family. He left Kentucky ca. 1815 and died in Clinton Co., IL where his will was probated 03 Nov 1835, while your John Hull who lived in Greenup County, remained and died in Kentucky ca. 1834. Our Autumn 2007 HFA Journal has a detailed article on your John Hull, which I believe you have already ordered.
       We can send to you family group sheets on both of these John Hulls, if you request them.

 Query #123 – John F. Hull–Iowa–Alice Luceta Tilton: My grandmother (known as Genie Hull) married Lenard Maddocks. Her father was John F. Hull who was born in Iowa in approximately 1857. John F. married Alice Luceta Tilton, also from Iowa. I am unable to trace them any farther back or find any siblings of my grandmother. I would love to hear anything you have to offer! Thanks.

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— Submitted 27 Jan 2009 by Ivy Maddocks Slader, non-member

  • 27 Jan 2009 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: We are pleased to tell you that we have three more generations for the lineage of John F. Hull, as well as John’s siblings.We can send you by e-mail family group sheets, three at a time, if you are a member of the HFA. John’s father was… [answer to this query is available only to HFA members; become a member here].

 Query #122 – German Peter Thomas Hohl/Hull line–Lancaster Co., PA and Pendleton (now Highland Co., VA): I am interested in comparing information with other descendants of the Peter Thomas Hull lineage in the interest of correcting errors that have long been an issue and have slowly come to light.

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— Submitted 12 Jan 2009 by Marji Turner, HFA Member #1316

 Query #121 – Reuben Hull–Washington Co., PA and Columbiana Co., OH–Father: Gershom Hull: I would like more information on the father of my 4th gt. grandfather, Reuben Hull, b. 15 Sep 1783, Washington Co., PA; d. 12 Feb 1877, Franklin Twp., Columbiana Co., OH. He is rumored to be the son of one of the many Gershom Hulls. Note: This query is a duplicate of Query #065, which was answered by the HFA Genealogist.

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— Submitted 12 Jan 2009 by Darin Jay Hull, HFA Member #1600

  • 08 Jan 2009 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: We do have quite a large file of info on these Hulls. By being a member of the HFA, we can mail out to you data and family group sheets on these Hulls, three family group sheets at a time.

 Query #120 – Mercy Hull m. Lt. Richard Hunt–Warren Co., NJ: The Genealogical Record of the Descendants of Nathan Armstrong, an Early Settler of Warren County, New Jersey, with Sketches of Family History, by William Clinton Armstrong, A.M., 1895, states that Mercy Hull was the wife of Lieut. Richard Hunt. Their daughter, Sarah Hunt, married George Armstrong. This Mercy Hull, wife of Lieut. Richard Hunt, would be my 6th great-grandmother. Desire info on this family.

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— Submitted 08 Jan 2009 by Kathie Saunders, non-member

  • 08 Jan 2009 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: Fortunately, we do have info on this Mercy Hull Hunt. We have five more generations on her Hull line, extending back to England. Her parents were… [answer to this query is available only to HFA members; become a member here].

 Query #119 – Silus/Silas Hull & Eliza–Lincoln Co., NC–Sarah Hull & Grief Abernethy: Desire info on the family of Silus/Silas Hull, b. ca. 1826, NC, and Eliza (maiden name unk.) Hull, b. 1840. Res.: Catawba Springs, Lincoln Co., NC. In 1880 census, it was reported that Silus’s father was born in Africa. Seeking names of the parents of Silus and Eliza, especially the African name of Silus’s father, if that info exists.

I would like to determine if there is any familial connection between my Hull family ancestors and the white Hull family of Lincoln Co., NC (connection may be through my 2nd great grandparents, Sarah Hull and Grief Abernethy, during slavery days).

For my 3rd great grandfather, Silas Hull, I would like to ascertain his Anglicized name and, again if possible, his original African name.

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— Submitted 08 Jan 2009 by Melvin H. Graham, HFA Member #1592

  • 08 Jan 2009 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: Fortunately, we do have some info on your Silas Hull family. We are listing five children for him, but believe that he was probably married twice, since several children seem to have been born before the 1869 marriage of Silas to Mrs. Eliza (Abernethy) McCorkle. Since we have already communicated, I will send my family group sheet for Silas Hull as soon as all of my data have been added to this sheet. We believe that we have the name of the father of Silas Hull, but we need to verify that with a copy of his marriage record.
  • 12 Jan 2009 Reply from William Hull, HFA Member #0670: Just want to say Welcome to Melvin. His family may be, and probably is, entwined with the Benjamin Hull–Sarah Hutchison family and descendants of Lincoln and Cleveland Counties in N.C.

 Query #118 – Susannah Hull m. Marshall Hartman, Greene Co., TN; John Hull & Ann Mary Lingenfelter: Seeking info on my 4th gt. grandmother, Susannah Hull, who m. Marshall Bottom Hartman. She was the d/o John Hull and Ann Mary Lingenfelter, and was b. 20 Mar 1802, Greene Co., TN; d. 20 Aug 1841, Greene Co., TN; m. 01 Dec 1831, Greene Co., TN. How did she die so young? She was only 39. Also when did the family move to Greene County?

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— Submitted 08 Jan 2009 by
Jeremy Dwight Myers, HFA Member #1581

  • 08 Jan 2009 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: We have done several HFA Journal articles on this German John Hull–Ann Mary Lingenfelter line. We have knowledge of two additional earlier generations for this family. Back issues of our Journal are available for purchase. We also can send out family group sheets, three at a time, upon request to our members.
  • 22 Jul 2009 Reply from Hazel C. Beckett Gibson, HFA Member #1258: This is my line. I have several pictures—some tintypes—of this family. I have the line completed forward including my great grandchildren. Also backward to Johann Michael Holl in Germany, thanks to info from you. Can you send me 3 charts that you have and I will get more later. I will be glad to send copies of what I have if you want or need. Thanks so much. [Note: This and the following replies were posted on MyFamily.com in July 2009, but not posted here until 25 Aug 2009.]
  • 25 Jul 2009 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: Dear Hazel, I have already replied to you privately regarding sending our family group sheets to you. We will do that as soon as you send us your Hull lineage. I believe there is some confusion here about the ancestor in Germany. We have no records on Johann Michael Holl there for this line. We think you may be referring to Johann Nickel Holl. Is that correct?
       We’d be delighted to have copies of your photographs if you can send these. Thank you so much for offering these.

 Query #117 – Cornelius Hull & Thankful Root–Frank Voce Hull & Julia A. Stone–Charles Tracy Hull & Margrette Stulen–Horace J. Hull & Elizabeth Ogden–Great Barrington, Berkshire Co., MA–Sharon, Litchfield Co., CT–Bradford Co., PA: I am looking for the father of my 4th gt. grandfather, Cornelius Hull, b. 12 May 1744; d. aft. 1808, Great Barrington, Berkshire Co., MA; m. Thankful Root, b. 20 Jan 1746; d. 25 May 1828.

I would also like to find the brothers of my gt. grandfather, Frank Voce Hull—specifically his brother, Charles Tracy Hull, b. 25 Dec 1833, NY. Charles married Margrette Stulen. We have no information about any children or what happened to him or his wife. There was another brother, Horace J. Hull, b. 26 Aug 1848, NY; m. Elizebeth Ogden; sons Ray Hull and Charlie Hull; last known address or location, San Diego, CA.

Note: This query was inadvertently printed in the Autumn 2008 HFA Newsletter as Query #109.

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— Submitted 08 Jan 2009 by Walter Byrne Hull, HFA Member #1237

  • 08 Jan 2009 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: Who can help with the problem of the parents of Cornelius Hull? This line has been DNA-tested to be a Crewkerne, co. Somerset, England line, but to my knowledge, no one yet has found the parents of this Cornelius Hull.
       I have sent you a family group sheet for Horace J. Hull and Elizabeth Ogden, which may give you some new info. As for Horace’s brother, Charles Tracy Hull, my info states that he served in the Civil War from PA, but had no children. He married Margrette Stulen, 25 May 1896.
       Perhaps we will do a future HFA Journal article on this line in hopes that we can locate the parents of Cornelius Hull.

 Query #116 – Gordon Ferrie Hull Jr.–Hanover, Grafton Co., NH–Gordon Ferrie Hull Sr.–Garnet, Ontario, Canada–John & Edward Hull–Moira, co. Down, Ireland: Would like all info available on above Hulls.

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— Submitted 08 Jan 2009 by
Jonathan Cutler Hull, HFA Member #1585

  • 08 Jan 2009 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: We do have quite a large file of info on these Hulls. By being a member of the HFA, we can mail out to you data and family group sheets on these Hulls, three family group sheets at a time.

 Query #115 – Benjamin Hull–Lincoln Co., NC–William Hull m. Catherine Cline: Am looking for info on Benjamin Hull, b. 27 Aug 1740, poss. in NJ. Is he father of William Hull, b. ca 1785, and m. to Catherine Cline in Lincoln Co., NC?

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— Submitted 08 Jan 2009 by Ruby May Atkins Buie, non-member

  • 08 Jan 2009 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: We have a great deal of info on these NC Hulls and have published several articles on them in our HFA Journal. In fact, in the next edition, Spring 2009, we will have an article on these Lincoln Co., NC Hulls. All HFA members receive the Journal. We would welcome having you as a new member of the HFA and we think you would gain a lot of new info on these Hulls.

 Query #114 – Peter Thomas Hohl/Hull m. Susanna Dieffenbach–Mary Magdalene Hull m. Abraham Burner–Margaret Hull m. Odessus Adam Arbogast: Desire info on my 5th paternal great-grandmother, Mary Magdalene Hull, who married Abraham Burner, who was the daughter of the American progenitor, Peter Thomas Hohl/Hull, who m. Susanna Dieffenbach. I further descend through their son Jacob Hull Burner, who married Keziah Stump; their son, Morgan Hull Burner, who married Sarah Ann Baker; and then their daughter, Mary Elizabeth Burner, b. 04 Mar 1849, who was my paternal great-grandmother. She married William Bailey Kerr and their son Orville Erry Kerr was my grandfather.

I am of a double Hull lineage. Margaret Hull, b. ca. 1757 and sister of Mary Magdalene/Magdalena Hull—my grandmother that I previously detailed and another daughter of Peter Thomas Hohl/Hull and Susanna Dieffenbach—is another of my grandmothers. She married Odessus Adam Arbogast ca. 1778; res. Augusta Co., Virginia. Their daughter, Elizabeth Ann Arbogast, married Robert Kerr on 02 Oct 1817 and they are the parents of my next grandfather in that line—Adam Kerr, who m. Hannah V. Arbogast, daughter of Moses Arbogast and Sara E. Armentrout. Adam and Hannah are the parents of my great-grandfather, William Bailey Kerr.

I am interested in joining the Hull Family Association; perhaps you could send me the necessary information.

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— Submitted 07 Jan 2009 by Margaret Beckwith, non-member

  • 07 Jan 2009 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: We will certainly welcome having you as a member of the HFA. On December 1, 2008, I replied to you to tell you how to join. Please go to our Membership page to see how to join the HFA. We also can send out our family group sheets to our members, three at a time, upon request, and put you in touch with other HFA members with whom you share a portion of your lineage.

 Query #113 – John Hull–Belfast, Ireland–Québec, Canada: I am seeking information about John Hull. He was born in Jul 1849 (or 1842) in Belfast, Ireland. He came to Québec in 1870.

On the copy of the marriage with Aurélie Saucier on 01 Sep 1873 in St-Jean-Baptiste, Ottawa, Canada, it is written that his parents were named John Hull and Marrey Hull.

This family came from Belfast of Northern Derry in Ireland.

I descend from John and Aurélie Saucier Hull’s son, Abraham Hull, who m. Rose De Lima Lortie, 02 Mar 1908.

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— Submitted 02 Jan 2009 by Cindy Boulay, HFA Member #1544

  • 03 Mar 2010 Reply from Ghislain Hull, non-member: After reading this info, did John and Marrey come to Canada with their son, John?
  • 03 Mar 2010 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: Sorry, but we have no info on John and Marrey Hull other than what is in the query. Does anyone else have this info? Please contact us again for further Hull data. Please give us your own Hull data. We have over 21,000 family group sheets on Hulls all over the world. You may connect to some of these Hulls in our database.
  • 03 Mar 2010 Reply from Michel A. Hull, non-member: Hi! I am also a descendent of Abraham Hull and Rose De Lima Lortie. My Father was Jean Emile Hull. Let’s get in touch.
  • 11 Mar 2010 Reply from Cindy Boulay: [Regarding the question posed by Ghislain Hull above] John and Marrey Hull never came to Canada.
  • 11 Mar 2010 Reply from Cindy Boulay: [Regarding the reply by Michel Hull above] How can I contact you?
       Webmaster’s Note: We have put Cindy Boulay in touch with Michel Hull.
  • 12 Mar 2010 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: I am reading these replies with interest. If we have sufficient information, we would be able to do an HFA Journal article on these Hulls. Please let me know of any further information.

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