The Hull Family in America has three main divisions: George Hull and his descendants; his brother, the Reverend Joseph Hull and his descendants ; and Richard Hull and his descendants. George and Joseph were sons of Thomas and Joane Peson Hull, of Somersetshire, England, the earliest known ancestors of the tribe. George was about five years older than Joseph and came to this country five years earlier, in 1630. The relationship of Richard Hull to them, if there is any, is not known. He was a native of Derbyshire, England, and although four years younger than Joseph Hull came to this country before Joseph did, but the exact date of his arrival is not known. There is also a branch of New Hampshire Hulls, so called, whose relationship to any of the three main branches has not been discovered. What could be learned about them by the efforts of Mr. William G. Hull, of Plymouth, N. H., has been included in the present volume.
|Title:||The Hull family in America|
|Author:||Weygant, Charles H.|
|Publisher:||[Pittsfield, MA : Sun Printing Co. : Hull Family Association]|
|Digitizing Sponsor:||Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center|
|Contributor:||Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center|
After the death of Col. Weygant, his sister, Mrs. Roberts, completed his work, and the daughters of Mr. James W. Hull revised and corrected the manuscript
The Hull family in America Table of Contents
- Descendants of George Hull
Traces the descendants of George Hull (around 1590-1659) of Crewkerne, England, who emigrated to New England around 1629/1630.
- Descendants of Joseph Hull
Traces the descendants of Joseph Hull (1596-1665) who emigrated in 1635 from England to Weymouth, Massachusetts, moving in 1639 to Plymouth, Massachusetts, and in 1653 to Accomenticus (now York), Maine.
- Descendants of Richard Hull
Traces the descendants of Richard Hull (1599 to 1662) of Derbyshire, England, who emigrated to New England sometime before 1634 and eventually settled in New Haven, Connecticut.
- Descendants of New Hampshire Hulls
Notes about the Hull family in America Book
- This is a digitization of a photocopied book. Some text is skewed and faded.