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2 edition of The Hull Family in America found in the catalog.

The Hull Family in America

Weygant

The Hull Family in America

by Weygant

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Published by Higginson Book Co .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Biography/Autobiography

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11486591M
    ISBN 100832814741
    ISBN 109780832814747

    Hull is a town in Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States, located on a peninsula at the southern edge of Boston population at the is the smallest town by land area in Plymouth County and the fourth smallest in the state. However, its population density is within the top thirty towns in the state.   Hull was a minister, colonist and (in later years) became the founder of what is known as the Mariner-Quaker branch of the Hull family in America. Joseph was educated at St. Mary's Hall, Oxford, England, and received his B.A. degree upon graduation on 14 Nov

      Bill's grandfather, George Clements, taught him how to milk a cow (by hand) when Bill was eight years old. A couple years later, Bill's other grandfather, G. Albert Hull, showed him his copy of the book, The Hull Family in America, and showed him the page where Albert was listed with his parents and siblings. This experience instilled in Bill. Jane Addams, American social reformer and pacifist, cowinner of the Nobel Prize for Peace in She is best known as a cofounder (with Ellen Gates Starr) of Hull House in Chicago, one of the first social settlements in North America, which was established to aid needy immigrants.

      If one’s line also appears in The Hull Family in America, published , we are unable to send those sheets, unless they contain information not contained in that publication Under limited circumstances, sheets can be sent by snail mail, but only if a large SASE, with the proper postage, is included with the request. --in the back we have 4 spots (labelled "Hulls Books") Parking is also available on Valour (2 hour) and on Spruce (1 hour). The Winnipeg store back door is the BLUE door labelled "Hull's Family Bookstore" (NOT the glass door).


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This is an excellent resource for researching Hull family history. Originally published inthe book contains o names and traces their relationships as far as the the late 's. Three lines are traced - George Hull, Richard Hull, and Joseph Hull.

Because of its early original publication, the lists conclude in the mid's/5(6). The Hull Family in America Paperback – Large Print, January 1, Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.

Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.5/5(2). The Hull family in America by Weygant, Charles H., cn.

Publication date Topics Hull family, genealogy Publisher This is a digitization of a photocopied book. Some text is skewed and faded. Addeddate Bookplateleaf Call number Camera Canon 5D.

This is an excellent resource for researching Hull family history. Originally published inthe book contains o names and traces their relationships as far as the the late 's. Three lines are traced - George Hull, Richard Hull, and Joseph Hull.

Because of its early original publication, the lists conclude in the mid's/5(6). Originally published inthe book contains o names and traces their relationships as far as the the late 's. Three lines are traced - George Hull, Richard Hull, and Joseph Hull.

Because of its early original publication, the lists conclude in the mid's. A suprising amount of information is given about the earliest members of the family, though there is very little text /5(6). About the Book The Hull Family in America, compiled by Col.

Charles H. Weygant and others, was published in by the original Hull Family Association. It contains information on the three early 17th century Hull immigrants to the colonies—George Hull, the Rev. Joseph Hull (brother of George), and Richard Hull—and carries down the lines of the descendants, when known.

Get this from a library. The Hull family in America. [Charles H Weygant; Hull Family Association.] -- George Hull () and his family emigrated in from England to Dorchester, Massachusetts, moving in to Windsor, Connecticut.

Joseph Hull (), his brother, emigrated in and. The Hull family in America. [Charles H Weygant] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: or Search WorldCat. Find items in libraries near you.

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Charles H. Weygant. Hull Family Association, - Reference - pages. 0 Reviews. Charles H. Weygant (Author of The Hull family in America)/5(2). Internet Archive BookReader The Hull family in America.

The Hull Family in America by Weygant, MayHigginson Book Co edition, Hardcover in English. The Hull family in America by France Published by Sun Printing Co., Hull Family Association in [Pittsfield, : COVID Resources.

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DESCENDANTS OF GEORGE HULL 46 of the family. Their journey from Redding was made with a yoke of oxen and a cart drawn by one horse.

There were eight children, the youngest being less than a year old. A part of the journey was made over an old Indian trail, which had been widened into a wood road.

Original data: Weygant, Charles H. The Hull family in America. unknown: Hull Family Association,   The Hull Family in America, by Col. Charles H. Weygant, One of the earliest books to depict the three early New England immigrants (George, Rev.

Joseph, and Richard Hull); recommended reading New England Dreams: A Novel Based on the Life of. The book also contains a short (eight page) account of the "New Hampshire Hulls" whose connection, with George, Joseph, or Richard, if any, had not been established (as of ).

Most every family that has been in America since early Colonial days has produced prominent citizens of one kind or another. The Hull family is obviously no exception. Compiled by Col. Charles H. Weygant, - Published by Sun Printing Co., Pittsfield, Massachusetts, Errors found in The Hull Family in America have been posted by the Hull Family Association at the links listed below.

These links also include some Hull genealogy errors found on the internet and other published sources. About the Book. This is a compilation of those of the Hull surname (and its variants) who served in the Revolutionary War. Contains genealogical information on wives, children, and parents, with 1, references cited.

This book is a monumental work on Hulls in the Revolution and is a complete source book on the subject.Common Errors on the Internet, in The Hull Family in America (pub. ), and in Other Published Records.

By Phyllis J. Hughes, HFA Genealogist. This article deals with some of the most frequent errors in the Hull lineages that appear on the Internet and/or in The Hull Family in America (HFAm), published This article will also correct some of the errors made in previous HFA Journal articles.George was a "surveyor, Indian trader, magistrate, statesman and founder of a prominent branch of the Hull family in America".

(Weygant). His brothers, Joseph and William both graduated from St. Mary's Hall at Oxford and were ministers of the Church of England.