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 Query #439 – 3 Gt Grandparent: The spouse of John M. Hull (b. 1805 Indiana Co. PA; d. 1891 Westmoreland Co. PA) was Matilda Clark (b. 1826 Indiana Co., PA; d. 1893 Westmoreland Co., PA). John M. and Matilda married in 1839. Matilda’s parents were William Clark and Jane Longstretch from County Down, Ireland who emigrated to Indiana Co. PA. Did William and Jane Clark have sons (brothers of Matilda) named Isaac Clark (b. 1820 Indiana Co., PA) and Samuel Clark (b. 1823 Indiana Co. PA)?

— Submitted 05 Aug 2018
by David Charles Clark, HFA Member #1950

  • 05 Aug 2018 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: Normally we do not try to follow the lines of the Hull wives. It is just more than what we have time for. However, we do have a family group sheet for your John M. Hull and Matilda Clark. If you would like that, I'm happy to send it.

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 Query #438 – Seeking names of parents for Benjamin Hull, b. 27 Aug 1740; d. 11 Oct 1832, Lincoln Co., NC; married Sarah Hutchinson, b. 1749; d. 1829.

— Submitted 21 Jan 2018
by Marcus William Mouery, HFA Member #1932

  • 21 Jan 2018 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: This is a line which we have been studying for a good many years. We do not yet know just where this Benjamin Hull was born. It may have well been NJ but we do not know the county. We do know that this line descends from the Crewkerne, co. Somerset, England line.
       We would recommend that you order this HFA Journal in which we discuss this line: HFA Journal, Summer 2001. Our article contains most of the references which we have for this family.
       Our CCC coordinator can recommend several others in the HFA who descend from this line for you to correspond with.

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 Query #437 – Desire info on Stephen Hull m. #1 Welthan? Hyde; Ostego Co., NY: Stephen Hull, b. 01 May 1804(?), [_?_]; m. [_?_], to #1 Welthan(?) Hyde; res. ca. 1850–1880, Ostego Co., NY; d. 01 Feb 1892 (?), Ostego Co. NY. Wife: Welthan(?) Hyde, b. 12 Dec 1811 (?), New London Co., Conn (?); res. ca. 1850–1880, Ostego, Co., NY; d. 22 March 1889 (?), Ostego, Co., NY.

— Submitted 21 Jan 2018 by non-member Robert L. Harter

  • 21 Jan 2018 Reply from the HFA Genealogist: We have some limited info on this Hull line. We can carry this line back another generation. Isaac Hull was the son of… [answer to this query is available only to HFA members; become a member here].

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 Query #436 – Hester Hull, b. 1672, Killingworth, Middlesex Co., CT; m. George Chatfield: Hester Hull, b. 04 August 1672, Killingworth, CT. She was dau/o Lt. John Hull & Abigail Kelsey and she m. George Chatfield. I would like to know if anyone else is also descended from her. Does anyone have any info on her?

— Submitted 21 Jan 2018 by non-member Julianne Chatfield Clark

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