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Avery Hull1

F, #2971, born 26 June 1802, died 1 September 1804
Relationship4th great-grandaunt of Doris Joan Muller
Father*John Hull born 11 August 1762, died 11 August 1840
Mother*Mary Avery born 9 December 1766, died 26 June 1802

Life Events

Birth*Avery Hull was born on 26 June 1802. 
Death*Avery Hull died on 1 September 1804. 
Last Edited18 January 2001

Citations

  1. [S375] Oliver Hull, Book of the Hulls (40 Fulton St., New York, NY: Peter Eckler, 1863).

John Hopper

M, #2972, born after 1721
Relationship7th great-granduncle of Doris Joan Muller
Father*Christopher Hopper born about 1680, died before 1 March 1762

Family

Child

Life Events

Birth*John Hopper was born after 1721. 
Last Edited8 April 2001

Richard M. Bowne

M, #2973, born about 1785?

Family

Penelope Hull born 16 January 1786, died 13 January 1849

Life Events

Birth*Richard M. Bowne was born about 1785? 
Marriage*He married Penelope Hull, daughter of John Hull and Mary Avery
Last Edited25 July 2007

Robert Hull1

M, #2974, born 11 March 1788, died 2 November 1789
Relationship4th great-granduncle of Doris Joan Muller
Father*John Hull born 11 August 1762, died 11 August 1840
Mother*Mary Avery born 9 December 1766, died 26 June 1802

Life Events

Birth*Robert Hull was born on 11 March 1788. 
Death*Robert Hull died on 2 November 1789 in New York City, New York. 
Last Edited18 January 2001

Citations

  1. [S375] Oliver Hull, Book of the Hulls (40 Fulton St., New York, NY: Peter Eckler, 1863).

Walter White

M, #2975, born about 1790?

Family

Mary Hull born 22 March 1792

Life Events

Birth*Walter White was born about 1790? 
Marriage*He married Mary Hull, daughter of John Hull and Mary Avery
Last Edited25 July 2007

John A. Vanhoesen

M, #2976, born about 1790?

Family

Abigail Hull born 7 April 1794

Life Events

Birth*John A. Vanhoesen was born about 1790? 
Marriage*He married Abigail Hull, daughter of John Hull and Mary Avery
Last Edited25 July 2007

Silas Duel

M, #2977, born about 1800?

Family

Catharine Hull born 8 January 1800

Life Events

Birth*Silas Duel was born about 1800? 
Marriage*He married Catharine Hull, daughter of John Hull and Mary Avery
Last Edited25 July 2007

Oliver Hull1,2,3,4

M, #2978, born 16 March 1731/32, died 1 August 1803
Relationship6th great-grandfather of Doris Joan Muller
Father*John Hull born 4 December 1694, died 9 February 1765
Mother*Damaris Cary born 10 October 1706

Family

Penelope Fones born about 1732, died between 1 February 1795 and 17 March 1795
Children

Life Events

BirthOliver Hull was born on 16 February 1729/30.5,2,3 
Birth*He was born on 16 March 1731/32 in Jamestown, Newport, Rhode Island.6 
Marriage*He married Penelope Fones, daughter of Joseph Fones and Penelope Remington, on 19 May 1751 in Jamestown, Newport, Rhode Island.1,5 
Rev War*Oliver Hull served in the Revolutionary War. An extract from the book, Hulls in the American Revolution 1775-1783, comp. by Phyllis J. Pankonin Hughes, Privately Published 1997, follows: "Patriotic Service, NY. Elder in Society of Friends; cooked provisions for prisoners in the Provost and Sugar House in NYC. On Society of Friends committee for furnishing troops with stockings, mittens, etc. On Friends City Watch committee. Res.: Conanicut Island, Newport Co., RI; New York City, NY. Note: An Oliver Hull, residing in NYC, NY, has also been identified as a Loyalist according to Ref. 6S" [Kelby, William, Oderly Book of the Three Battalions of Loyalists Commanded by Brigadier-General Oliver De Lancy, 1776-1778. Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1972, p. 122]. 
MarriageHe married Hannah Field on 16 November 1796 in Purchase, Westchester, New York. 
Death*Oliver Hull died on 1 August 1803.7 
Note*"Though a Friend, Oliver Hull, the son of John and Damaris (Cary) Hull, took an active, if quiet, part in the Revolution. He married Penelope Ffones (Fones), whose great-grandfather had been one of the most important men of the Colony, and with her he moved to New York a few years before the war. She has been especially honored because of her great kindness to the prisoners during the Revolution. The late Robert Hull, in his pamphlet of the Hull family, gives a very interesting account of the efforts the Quakers made to mitigate the suffering of the American prisoners during the time the British had possession of New York. 'Among the most active of these was Oliver Hull, Robert Murray and his son John. The Long Island Quakers furnished the beef, vegetables, etc., and in the garden of Oliver Hull's house, corner of Beekman and William Streets, these were put into a huge caldron and under Mrs. Hull's directions speedily converted into soup, was soon brought to the famishing prisoners. One day Mrs. Hull, with her daughter Penelope, was passing the old Sugar House in Liberty Street when a prisoner called out from a grated window, 'I hope you won't be discouraged, dear ladies; the rebels are not discouraged; they'll never give up.' When the British took possession of the town, several people were billeted at Oliver Hull's house, one a young officer, Count Saint Leger, of whom they became exceedingly fond, who presented Mr. Hull at parting with a tall staff made of some curious wood and mounted in gold, as a souvenir of his gratitude and friendship. . . .' The son of Oliver and Penelope (Fones) Hull was John Hull III. 314. OLIVER HULL, 1732-1803, of New York City, son of (95) Capt. John and Damaris Cary Hull, was married first May 19, 1751 to Penelope Fones (d.1795), daughter of Joseph Fones and his wife Penelope of Jamestown, R. I. His second wife was Hannah Field, whom he married at Purchase, N. Y., November 16, 1796. Oliver Hull was born and married at Jamestown, but before 1770 became a resident of New York City, and was there engaged with his brother Joseph in commercial pursuits. Oliver Hull was an Elder in the Society of Friends. The 'Book of the Hulls' by his grandson, the late Oliver Hull of New York City, gives some account of his religious life, his trials during the Revolution, and the philanthropic efforts put forth by him and his brother for the relief of the patriots then held as prisoners in the Provost and the Middle Dutch and Sugar House prisons. After the war he and his son John Hull were engaged in business as Importers and Wholesale Druggists under the firm name of Oliver Hull and Son. It is a matter of record that Thomas Fones, apothecary at the Three Fawns, Old Bailey, London, married Anna Winthrop, the sister of John Winthrop, Governor of Massachusetts Bay Colony. They had a son Samuel, who was the father of John Fones, gentleman, who came to New England and settled at Kingston in 1669, was Clerk of his Majesty's Commission, Recorder of Narragansett Province, a Captain in the forces, and his Majesty's Justice of the Peace in 1683.
This John Fones, gentleman, had a son Jeremiah, who was the father of Joseph Fones, whose daughter Penelope became the wife of Oliver Hull and the mother of his six CHILDREN 628. Abigail Hull, b. Feb. 7, 1752; m. Solomon Lockwood. 629. Joseph Hull, b. Nov. 8, 1753; d. Sept. 30, 1781, unmarried. 630. Henrietta Hull, b. Aug. 1, 1755; m. Thomas Burling. 631. Katherine Hull, b. Feb. 19, 1759; m. Thomas Clark. 632. John Hull, b. Aug. 11, 1762; d. Aug. 11, 1840; m. (1st) 1781, Mary Avery, (2nd) 1803, Amy Cornell. 633. Penelope Hull, b. May 29, 1764; d. Sept. 16, 1848, unmarried."8 
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Last Edited12 January 2008

Citations

  1. [S299] Church of the Latter Day Saints: International Genealogical Index.
  2. [S373] Arthur Sullivan, Arthur Sullivan electronic file. Arthursul@@aol.com, Date of Import: Feb 3, 2000.
  3. [S374] Hull Family , Date of Import: 3 Feb 2000.
  4. [S368] Oliver Hull, The Hull Family in America genealogylibrary.com, 1913.
  5. [S375] Oliver Hull, Book of the Hulls (40 Fulton St., New York, NY: Peter Eckler, 1863).
  6. [S451] Phyllis J. Pankonin Hughes, Hulls in the American Revolution 1775-1783: Private, 1997), p. 55.
  7. [S273] The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Ancestral File (R).
  8. [S449] Hull Family in America, 1913.

Penelope Fones1,2

F, #2979, born about 1732, died between 1 February 1795 and 17 March 1795
Relationship6th great-grandmother of Doris Joan Muller
Father*Joseph Fones born 11 May 1699, died after 1778
Mother*Penelope Remington born about 1703

Family

Oliver Hull born 16 March 1731/32, died 1 August 1803
Children

Life Events

Birth*Penelope Fones was born about 1732 in Cononicut Island, Newport, Rhode Island.1,2 
Marriage*She married Oliver Hull, son of John Hull and Damaris Cary, on 19 May 1751 in Jamestown, Newport, Rhode Island.3,4 
Death*Penelope Fones died between 1 February 1795 and 17 March 1795.1,2 
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Last Edited20 November 2002

Citations

  1. [S373] Arthur Sullivan, Arthur Sullivan electronic file. Arthursul@@aol.com, Date of Import: Feb 3, 2000.
  2. [S374] Hull Family , Date of Import: 3 Feb 2000.
  3. [S299] Church of the Latter Day Saints: International Genealogical Index.
  4. [S375] Oliver Hull, Book of the Hulls (40 Fulton St., New York, NY: Peter Eckler, 1863).

John Hull1,2,3,4,5

M, #2980, born 4 December 1694, died 9 February 1765
Relationship7th great-grandfather of Doris Joan Muller
Father*Capt. John Hull born 4 March 1653/54, died after 19 January 1732/33
Mother*Alice* Teddeman born about 1658, died 24 October 1734

Family

Damaris Cary born 10 October 1706
Children

Life Events

Birth*John Hull was born on 4 December 1694 in Newport, Rhode Island, (or Plymouth, MA).2,5 
BirthHe was born on 4 December 1694 in Jamestown, Virginia?.4,5 
Marriage*He married Damaris Cary, daughter of John Cary and Damaris Arnold, on 3 March 1725/26 in Island of Cannonicut, Rhode Island, (or 1721). Marriage ceremony performed by John Hull's uncle Tedman, who was Warden of the island.2,5 
Will*John Hull prepared a will in 1759 The will of Capt. John Hull, dated 20th Nov., 1759, with a codicil dated 30th of July, 1762, is recorded under date of April 6, 1765, in 'Jamestown Book for Town Council beginning in 1744,' and reads as follows: Last Will and Testament of John Hull of Jamestown, County Newport, and Colony of Rhode Island, being of perfect mind, memory and understanding, thanks be to God for it--calling to mind the mortality of my body and being desirous to settle my estate, so as to have my family in peace and quiet, do make this my last Will and Testament. Principally and first of all I recommend my Soul to God who gave it, and my body to the earth tobe decently buried at the discretion of my Executrix hereinafter named. And as touching such temporal and worldly estates as it hath pleased God to bless me with in this life--I give and dispose of in the manner and form following: Imprimus--That all such just and lawful debts which I owe to any person, together with my funeral charges, to be answered and paid by my Executrix hereinafter named, within convenient time after my decease. Item--I give to my son Oliver Hull all that my farm which is in part of Holly swamp farm which lieth between land that was formerly my brotherTiddeman Hull's, and land belonging to my brother Joseph Hull, to him and to his heirs and assigns forever. Item--I give to my son Tiddeman Hull all my land in Greenwich at a place called Miami Neck in Connecticut Government, containing 30 acres be it more or less. I also give to my son Tiddeman the sum of Two Hundred Pounds New York Money, which money he has in his hands, to him, his heirs and assigns forever. Item--I give to my son Joseph Hull, fifty seven acres of land at the east end of Sorril farm, so called, that lieth south of my brother Joseph Hull's land, to him, his heirs and assigns forever. Item--I give to my son John Hull, all the remainder of the Mount Sorril farm at the west end which will be about thirty-three acres, joining west on Mackrill cove, and north on my brother Joseph Hull's land, to him, his heirs and assigns forever. Also I give to my son John twelve acres of land, be it more or less, which is part of that called the Ele Pond farm, adjoining east ring on a lane which leads to Arnold Beach, where was formerly a tan yard, to him, his heirs and assigns forever. Item--I give to my son Wager Hull, the house and lot I now live on and the township lot to the eastward of John Martin's land which lot contains about seven acres, be the same more or less. Also I give to my son Wager a lot of land of ten acres which joins northerly on the highway that leads from ferry to ferry, easterly on William Hazard's land, all such land to him, his heirs and assigns forever. Item--I give to my four sons, namely, Oliver, Joseph, John and Wager, all my right of land on Dutch Island, to be equally divided between the four, to them and their heirs and assigns forever. Item--I give to my daughter Phebe Hazard one dollar besides what I have already given her. Item--I give to my daughter Alice Hyatt one dollar beside what I have already given her. Item--I give to my daughter Hannah Weeden one dollar beside what I have already given her. Item--I give to my daughter Mary Underwood fifteen pounds New York money to be paid to her by my executrix two years after my decease. Item--I give to my daughter Damaris Fowler fifteen pounds New York money to be paid to her by my executrix two years after my decease. Item--I give to my daughter Freelove Hull ten pounds New York money to be paid to her by my executrix two years after my decease. Item--I give to my daughter Catherine Hull fifteen pounds New York money to be paid to her by my executrix two years after my decease. Item--I give to my daughter Sarah Hull fifteen pounds New York money to be paid to her by my executrix two years after my decease. Item--I give to my beloved wife Damaris Hull my lot of land that lyeth between John Martin's land and James Carr's land, joins northerly on the highway that leads from ferry to ferry, containing about one quarter of an acre be it more or less, which lot I give to her, her heirs and assigns forever, and at her own disposing. Also I order my executrix hereinafter named to get in the money that is due me with the movable stock and to pay all my just debts and legacies, and what shall remain of my movable estate after all is paid and discharged I give to my beloved wife. Further my will is that my wife have the use of all my house and lot I now live on, until my son Wager comes of the age of 21 years. Finally I do appoint and ordain my beloved wife Damaris Hull to be the sole executrix of this my last will and testament. I have herewith set my hand and affixed my seal this twentieth day of November in the year of our Lord 1759. JOHN HULL. Signed, sealed, pronounced and delivered in the presence of JOHN MARTIN, MARY EASTORS, JAMES EASTORS. The son John Hull having died before his father his share is an annexed codicil devised to his brothers. 
Death*John Hull died on 9 February 1765 in Island of Cannonicut (sic), Rhode Island.2,5 
Note*"JOHN HULL II lived at Canonicut and married Damaris, the daughter of John and Damaris (Arnold) Cary. He held various offices, among others that of Representative, in 1757. Their son was Oliver Hull. 95. CAPT. JOHN HULL, 1694-1765, mariner and farmer, of Connonicut Island (now Jamestown), R. I., son of (29) Capt. John and Alice Tiddeman Hull, was married Apr. 3, 1726, to Demaris Cary, daughter of John Cary and his wife Damaris Arnold of Bridgewater, Mass. He was a Captain in the merchant service. Warrants were offered to him and to his brothers to positions of prominence in the Royal Navy. These were declined, father and son preferring to remain consistent friends and pursue their avocations with the pacific principles they professed. Capt. Hull was made a freeman May 3, 1720, and became a prosperous business man and farmer as well as a successful mariner. In 1751 he was a deputy to the Grand Assembly and for many years enjoyed exclusive berry [ferry?] privileges between Newport and Jamestown. As he advanced in years he kept adding to the acres inherited from his father and died possessed of a large estate. Capt. Hull and Damaris Cary were married 'out of meeting,' her family being Congregationalists. The ceremony was performed by Capt. Hull's brother, Dr. Tiddeman Hull, then Chief Magistrate and Warden of the Island. John Cary, the father of Mrs. Hull, was the son of John Cary and his wife Abigail Allen of Bridgewater and the grandson of John Carey, or Carew, and his wife Elisabeth Godfrey, who came from Somersetshire, England, to Bridgewater, R. I., in 1634. The first John Carew was born near Bristol, England, about 1605; was liberally educated in France; for many years was the town clerk of Bridgewater, and was one of the first instructors in Latin to teach in the schools of America. Damaris Arnold, the wife of John Cary and mother of Demaris Cary Hull, was the daughter of Oliver Arnold and his wife Phebe Cook of Jamestown. Oliver Arnold was the son of Governor Benedict Arnold and his wife Damaris Wescott of Providence. Governor Benedict Arnold was an assistant for several years before he became governor, and was reputed to be the richest man in the colony. William Arnold, father of Governor Arnold, came from England to Hingham, New England, in 1635, and was one of the twelve associates of Roger Williams in the founding of Providence Plantation in 1636. Abigail Allyn Cary, the grandmother of Damaris Cary Hull, was the daughter of Samuel Allyn of Braintree, Mass., and he was the son of George Allyn, Sr., who sailed with Rev. Joseph Hull from Weymouth, Mar.20, 1635. Elizabeth Godfrey Hull, the great grandmother of Damaris Cary Hull, was the only child of Francis Godfrey and his wife Elizabeth, who settled in Duxbury before 1638, and soon removed to Bridgewater. Damaris Wescott, the great grandmother of Damaris Cary Hull, was the daughter of Stukeley Wescott who settled at Salem in 1636, joined the Baptists, and was excommunicated with Roger Williams, who names him as his first grantee in his deed to his twelve associates. He died at Warwick, R. I., Jan. 12, 1678. CHILDREN:
312. Phebe Hull, b. Nov. 16, 1727; m. William Hazard.
313. Alice Hull, b. May 20, 1730; m. 1748, Stanford Wyatt.
314. Oliver Hull, b. Mar. 16, 1732; d. Aug. 1, 1803; m. (1st) 1751, Penelope Fones, (2nd) 1796, Hannah Fields.
315. Hannah Hull, b. Jan. 16, 1733; m. 1753, Daniel Weeden.
316. Tiddeman Hull, b. Feb. 1, 1734; d. in 1795; m. 1758, Elizabeth Franklyn.
317. Joseph Hull, b. Feb. 5, 1736, d. May 8, 1795; m. 1762, Phebe Palmer.
318. Mary Hull, b. Feb. 18, 1739; m. Judge Benj. Underwood.
319. John Hull (1st), b. Feb. 12, 1740; d. in infancy.
320. Damaris Hull, b. Feb. 12, 1740; d. Aug. 1, 1784; m. 1759, Gideon Fowler.
321. John Hull, b. Oct. 21, 1742; d. July 6, 1761; unmarried.
322. Freelove Hull, b. Oct. 21, 1744; d. 176-; m. 1761, John Weeden.
323. Catherine Hull, b.Jan. 18, 1746; m. John Weeden.
324. Wager Hull, b. Feb. 23, 1749; d. in 1776; m. 1769, Mary Martin.
325. Sarah Hull, b. Feb. 7, 1750; m. 1771, Henry Fowler.
326. Abigail Hull, b. Feb. 7, 1750; d. in infancy."6 
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Last Edited4 March 2007

Citations

  1. [S375] Oliver Hull, Book of the Hulls (40 Fulton St., New York, NY: Peter Eckler, 1863).
  2. [S373] Arthur Sullivan, Arthur Sullivan electronic file. Arthursul@@aol.com, Date of Import: Feb 3, 2000.
  3. [S376] World Family Tree, CD-ROM, Release date: August 22, 1996), Tree #2721
    Date of Import: Feb 3, 2000.
  4. [S376] WFT Ancestry, Tree #2963
    Date of Import: 3 Feb 2000.
  5. [S374] Hull Family , Date of Import: 3 Feb 2000.
  6. [S449] Hull Family in America, 1913.

Damaris Cary1,2,3,4,5

F, #2981, born 10 October 1706
Relationship7th great-grandmother of Doris Joan Muller
Father*John Cary born 9 December 1674, died 11 December 1739
Mother*Damaris Arnold born 30 December 1680

Family

John Hull born 4 December 1694, died 9 February 1765
Children

Life Events

Birth*Damaris Cary was born on 10 October 1706.1,2,6 
Marriage*She married John Hull, son of Capt. John Hull and Alice* Teddeman, on 3 March 1725/26 in Island of Cannonicut, Rhode Island, (or 1721). Marriage ceremony performed by John Hull's uncle Tedman, who was Warden of the island.1,2 
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Last Edited4 March 2007

Citations

  1. [S373] Arthur Sullivan, Arthur Sullivan electronic file. Arthursul@@aol.com, Date of Import: Feb 3, 2000.
  2. [S374] Hull Family , Date of Import: 3 Feb 2000.
  3. [S376] World Family Tree, CD-ROM, Release date: August 22, 1996), Tree #2963
    Date of Import: 3 Feb 2000.
  4. [S376] WFT Ancestry, Tree #2721
    Date of Import: Feb 3, 2000.
  5. [S405] ?? Cary, Cary Memorials Cincinnati: Cary, 1874, in Adriance Library, Poughkeepsie, NY Genealogy Dept. (too old and fragile to be copied).
  6. [S377] Worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com, online.

Hannah Field

F, #2982, born about 1733?

Family

Oliver Hull born 16 March 1731/32, died 1 August 1803

Life Events

Birth*Hannah Field was born about 1733? 
Marriage*She married Oliver Hull, son of John Hull and Damaris Cary, on 16 November 1796 in Purchase, Westchester, New York. 
Last Edited1 April 2002

Capt. John Hull1,2,3,4

M, #2983, born 4 March 1653/54, died after 19 January 1732/33
Relationship8th great-grandfather of Doris Joan Muller
Father*Tristram* H. Hull born about 1624, died 22 February 1666/67
Mother*Blanche Pudley? born about 1625, died before 7 February 1678/79

Family

Alice* Teddeman born about 1658, died 24 October 1734
Children

Life Events

BirthCapt. John Hull was born in 1654 in Barnstable, Massachusetts.2,4 
BirthHe was born in March 1653/54 in England.3,4 
Birth*He was born on 4 March 1653/54 in of Olaves, Southwark, England. 
Marriage*He married Alice* Teddeman, daughter of Edmund Teddeman, on 25 August 1684 in at Quaker Meeting, London, Southwark, England.2,5 
Death*Capt. John Hull died after 19 January 1732/33 in Cannonicut, Rhode Island.2,4 
Note*Married an English woman and lived in London.

"CAPTAIN JOHN HULL, fourth child and second son of Tristram and Blanche Hull, was born in Barnstable, March, 1654. He held various public offices at Jamestown, R. I., and was Assessor, Town Clerk, for seven years, in the Town Council, and Deputy, 1698, 1703, 1706, 1707, 1709. He was also on the important committee to hire out ferries, belonging to the Colonies. Admiral Sir Charles Wager was his apprentice when a boy, and a sincere friendship always existed between them. He brought over from London an English wife, having been married there October 23, 1684, to Alice, the daughter of Captain Edmund Teddeman, of St. Magdalens, London. Their marriage certificate is in the possession of the family, and is a most interesting document, bearing the names of a great number of those who witnessed the ceremony. Their son: JOHN HULL II., lived at Canonicut, and married Damaris, the daughter of John and Damaris (Arnold) Cary. He held various offices, among others that of Representative, in 1757. Their son was Oliver Hull. 29. CAPT. JOHN HULL, 1654-1733, of London, England, and Newport andConnonicut, R. I., son of (4) Capt. Tristram Hull and his wife Blanche,was married Oct. 23, 1684 at Horseleydown meeting of Friends, in Southwalk, London, to Alice Tiddeman, 1659-1734, daughter of Capt. EdmundTiddeman, who was a resident of the Parish of Mary St. Magdelen's, Burmundy, Southwickshire, and a member of the Horseleydown meeting. Capt. John Hull from early life followed the sea, and for many years sailed his father's and his own ships between Newport and London, and acquired lasting fame as a navigator in both England and America. He was the master, instructor, and friend of one of the most successful naval commanders in English history--the well-known 'Quaker Admiral,' the Right Hon. Sir Charles Wager, Admiral of the White, First Lord of the Admiralty and Privy Councillor. Capt. Edmund Tiddeman's name appears in a list of 'sufferers and gallant standard bearers' given in Besse's great book. In July, 1670, the Horseleydown Friends' meeting house was demolished by order of the King in council, and Sir Christopher Wren, England's greatest church architect, superintended the destruction of the humble place of worship.Thereafter private or 'silent' meetings for worship were held in the house of Capt. Tiddeman until their meeting house was rebuilt as it now stands. In 1672 Capt. Tiddeman traveled in company with William Penn on a religious visit through Kent County. He was in prison in 1683, but was released before the marriage of his daughter Alice to Capt. John Hull, in 1684, at which date 1460 Friends were lying in the common jails of the counties of England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland. At about this period Capt. Tiddeman purchased a tract of more than 700 acres of land in Burlington Co., N. J., no doubt with a view of emigrating and settling there, but he never came to this country, and the land in question passed through his daughter Alice to her son, Joseph Hull. Capt. John and Alice Tiddeman Hull remained in London for about two years after their marriage. Then they removed to Newport, R. I., bringing with them a certificate from the monthly meeting at Horseleydown, dated 27 thof 2nd month 1687, certifying that while resident there 'they behaved themselves in their lives and conversations as becometh friends of the Blessed Truth.' They had been in Newport but a short time when Capt. Hull purchased a plantation of 370 acres on the north end of Connonicut Island, in Narragansett Bay, and there built a mansion which eventually became their permanent home. This mansion was burned by the British in the winter of 1775-6, but was rebuilt and is still occupied by his descendants, and is known as the Old Hull Place. Capt. Hull was admitted a freeman of the colony May 6, 1690, and was deputy to the General Assembly of Rhode Island in 1698, 1706, 1707 and1709, representing Connonicut (Jamestown). He held the local offices of councilman and assessor; was town clerk in 1695 and again in 1704, and became head warden of Jamestown in 1712. He died at Connonicut, and by his will dated Jan. 19, 1732, a large property was distributed among his heirs. Farms were given to each of his three sons; an ample life interest was secured to his wife, and a large residuary estate in lands and personalty was divided in equal shares among all his children and the heirs of deceased children. Alice Tiddeman Hull survived her husband but a short time. She died Oct.24, 1734. In her will she disposed of her property by equal division among her children. She was reputed to be 'a lady of great dignity and amiability of character.

' CHILDREN:
91. Mary Hull, b. July 11, 1685; m. 1707, Henry Stanton. 92. Catherine Hull, b. Dec. 23, 1688; d. Feb. 29, 1717; m. 1717, Thomas Borden.
93. Tiddeman Hull, b. June 20, 1690; m. 1711, Sarah Sands.
94. Alice Hull, b. Aug. 22, 1692; m. 1715, William Borden. 95. John Hull, b. Dec. 4, 1694; d. Mar. 9, 1765; m. 1726, Damaris Cary.
96. Hannah Hull, b. Jan. 31, 1697; d. Oct. 28, 1725; m. 1720, Capt. Holder Slocum.
97. Joseph Hull, b. Mar. 6, 1701; d. Oct. 1, 1773."2,4 
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Last Edited25 July 2007

Citations

  1. [S375] Oliver Hull, Book of the Hulls (40 Fulton St., New York, NY: Peter Eckler, 1863).
  2. [S373] Arthur Sullivan, Arthur Sullivan electronic file. Arthursul@@aol.com, Date of Import: Feb 3, 2000.
  3. [S376] World Family Tree, CD-ROM, Release date: August 22, 1996), Tree #2963
    Date of Import: 3 Feb 2000.
  4. [S374] Hull Family , Date of Import: 3 Feb 2000.
  5. [S374] Hull Family, Date of Import: Feb 3, 2000.

Alice* Teddeman1,2,3

F, #2984, born about 1658, died 24 October 1734
Relationship8th great-grandmother of Doris Joan Muller
Father*Edmund Teddeman born about 1631

Family

Capt. John Hull born 4 March 1653/54, died after 19 January 1732/33
Children

Life Events

Birth*Alice* Teddeman was born about 1658 in Magdalens, Barmandsey, Southwark, England.1,3 
Marriage*She married Capt. John Hull, son of Tristram* H. Hull and Blanche Pudley?, on 25 August 1684 in at Quaker Meeting, London, Southwark, England.1,4 
Immigration*Alice* Teddeman immigrated about 1688. 
Death*Alice* Teddeman died on 24 October 1734 in Connonicut, Rhode Island.5 
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Last Edited11 August 2007

Citations

  1. [S373] Arthur Sullivan, Arthur Sullivan electronic file. Arthursul@@aol.com, Date of Import: Feb 3, 2000.
  2. [S376] World Family Tree, CD-ROM, Release date: August 22, 1996), Tree #2963
    Date of Import: 3 Feb 2000.
  3. [S374] Hull Family , Date of Import: 3 Feb 2000.
  4. [S374] Hull Family, Date of Import: Feb 3, 2000.
  5. [S368] Oliver Hull, The Hull Family in America genealogylibrary.com, 1913.

Phebe Hull1,2,3,4

F, #2985, born 16 November 1727, died 1800
Relationship6th great-grandaunt of Doris Joan Muller
Father*John Hull born 4 December 1694, died 9 February 1765
Mother*Damaris Cary born 10 October 1706

Family

William Hazard born 12 April 1721, died 8 October 1797
Children

Life Events

BirthPhebe Hull was born on 16 November 1727 in Jamestown, Rhode Island.2,3 
Birth*She was born on 16 November 1727. 
Marriage*She married William Hazard on 12 September 1744 in Portsmouth, Rhode Island.2,3 
Death*Phebe Hull died in 1800.2,3 
Last Edited18 January 2001

Citations

  1. [S375] Oliver Hull, Book of the Hulls (40 Fulton St., New York, NY: Peter Eckler, 1863).
  2. [S376] World Family Tree, CD-ROM, Release date: August 22, 1996), Tree #2721
    Date of Import: Feb 3, 2000.
  3. [S374] Hull Family , Date of Import: 3 Feb 2000.
  4. [S368] Oliver Hull, The Hull Family in America genealogylibrary.com, 1913.

Alice Hull1,2

F, #2986, born 20 May 1730
Relationship6th great-grandaunt of Doris Joan Muller
Father*John Hull born 4 December 1694, died 9 February 1765
Mother*Damaris Cary born 10 October 1706

Family

Stanford Wyatt born about 1730?

Life Events

Birth*Alice Hull was born on 20 May 1730.2 
Marriage*She married Stanford Wyatt in 1748.1 
Last Edited18 January 2001

Citations

  1. [S368] Oliver Hull, The Hull Family in America genealogylibrary.com, 1913.
  2. [S374] Hull Family , Date of Import: 3 Feb 2000.

Hannah Hull1,2

F, #2987, born 16 January 1732/33
Relationship6th great-grandaunt of Doris Joan Muller
Father*John Hull born 4 December 1694, died 9 February 1765
Mother*Damaris Cary born 10 October 1706

Family

Daniel Weeden born about 1730?

Life Events

Birth*Hannah Hull was born on 16 January 1732/33. 
Marriage*She married Daniel Weeden in 1753. 
Last Edited18 January 2001

Citations

  1. [S375] Oliver Hull, Book of the Hulls (40 Fulton St., New York, NY: Peter Eckler, 1863).
  2. [S368] Oliver Hull, The Hull Family in America genealogylibrary.com, 1913.

Teddeman Hull1,2,3,4

M, #2988, born 1 February 1733/34, died 1795
Relationship6th great-granduncle of Doris Joan Muller
Father*John Hull born 4 December 1694, died 9 February 1765
Mother*Damaris Cary born 10 October 1706

Family

Elizabeth Franklin born WFT Est. 1718 1743, died WFT Est. 1761 1830
Children

Life Events

Birth*Teddeman Hull was born on 1 February 1733/34.2,3 
Marriage*He married Elizabeth Franklin WFT Est. 1748 1782.2,3 
Death*Teddeman Hull died in 1795.4 
Last Edited18 January 2001

Citations

  1. [S375] Oliver Hull, Book of the Hulls (40 Fulton St., New York, NY: Peter Eckler, 1863).
  2. [S376] World Family Tree, CD-ROM, Release date: August 22, 1996), Tree #2963
    Date of Import: 3 Feb 2000.
  3. [S374] Hull Family , Date of Import: 3 Feb 2000.
  4. [S368] Oliver Hull, The Hull Family in America genealogylibrary.com, 1913.

Joseph Hull1,2

M, #2989, born 5 February 1735/36, died 1795
Relationship6th great-granduncle of Doris Joan Muller
Father*John Hull born 4 December 1694, died 9 February 1765
Mother*Damaris Cary born 10 October 1706

Family

Phebe Palmer born about 1744, died 1818
Children

Life Events

Birth*Joseph Hull was born on 5 February 1735/36 in Jamestown, RI and, Oblong, Dutchess, New York. 
Marriage*He married Phebe Palmer on 20 January 1762 in in Friends Meeting, New York City, New York. 
Death*Joseph Hull died in 1795 in Oblong, New York. 
Note*The young couple lived on the Mount Sorrel farm at Jamestown until about1768 when Mr. Hull purchased and removed with his family to a farm near Peach Pond on the Oblong in Dutchess County, N. Y. In 1772 Joseph Hull became engaged in business with his brother Oliver in New York City but the disturbed state of political affairs there soon caused him to return to his Dutchess County farm, which became and remained throughout the Revolution a place of refuge for his Quaker kinsfolk. CHILDREN 643. Solomon Hull, b. Oct. 17, 1762; d. Jan. 1, 1842; m. Jemima Sculthrope. 644. John H. Hull, b. Apr. 28, 1764; d. 1841; m. 1787, Anna Wood. 645. Freelove Hull, b. Feb. 1, 1766; d. Apr. 20, 1846; m. 1790, John Mann. 646. Oliver C. Hull, b. May 15, 1769; d. Sept. 1793, unmarried. 647. Sarah Hull, b. Apr. 10, 1772; m. George Piggott. 648. James Hull, b. Mar. 16, 1774; d. June 21, 1858; m. Anna Adams. 649. Joseph Hull, b. Aug. 4, 1776; d. 1790. 650. Wager Hull, b. Mar. 19, 1779; d. Aug. 3, 1849; m. 1801,Elizabeth Cox. 651. Phebe Hull, b. May 5, 1781; d. Oct. 10, 1869; m. William Renough. 
Last Edited22 July 2007

Citations

  1. [S375] Oliver Hull, Book of the Hulls (40 Fulton St., New York, NY: Peter Eckler, 1863).
  2. [S368] Oliver Hull, The Hull Family in America genealogylibrary.com, 1913.

Mary Hull1,2

F, #2990, born 18 February 1738/39
Relationship6th great-grandaunt of Doris Joan Muller
Father*John Hull born 4 December 1694, died 9 February 1765
Mother*Damaris Cary born 10 October 1706

Family

Judge Benjamin Underwood born about 1738?

Life Events

Birth*Mary Hull was born on 18 February 1738/39. 
Marriage*She married Judge Benjamin Underwood
Last Edited18 January 2001

Citations

  1. [S375] Oliver Hull, Book of the Hulls (40 Fulton St., New York, NY: Peter Eckler, 1863).
  2. [S368] Oliver Hull, The Hull Family in America genealogylibrary.com, 1913.

John Hull1,2

M, #2991, born 12 February 1739/40
Relationship6th great-granduncle of Doris Joan Muller
Father*John Hull born 4 December 1694, died 9 February 1765
Mother*Damaris Cary born 10 October 1706

Life Events

Birth*John Hull was born on 12 February 1739/40. 
Death*John Hull died in infancy. 
Last Edited4 March 2007

Citations

  1. [S375] Oliver Hull, Book of the Hulls (40 Fulton St., New York, NY: Peter Eckler, 1863).
  2. [S368] Oliver Hull, The Hull Family in America genealogylibrary.com, 1913.

Demaris Hull1,2

F, #2992, born 12 February 1739/40, died 1 August 1784
Relationship6th great-grandaunt of Doris Joan Muller
Father*John Hull born 4 December 1694, died 9 February 1765
Mother*Damaris Cary born 10 October 1706

Family

Gideon Fowler born about 1740?

Life Events

Birth*Demaris Hull was born on 12 February 1739/40. 
Marriage*She married Gideon Fowler in 1759. 
Death*Demaris Hull died on 1 August 1784. 
Last Edited18 January 2001

Citations

  1. [S375] Oliver Hull, Book of the Hulls (40 Fulton St., New York, NY: Peter Eckler, 1863).
  2. [S368] Oliver Hull, The Hull Family in America genealogylibrary.com, 1913.

John Hull1,2

M, #2993, born 21 October 1742, died 6 July 1761
Relationship6th great-granduncle of Doris Joan Muller
Father*John Hull born 4 December 1694, died 9 February 1765
Mother*Damaris Cary born 10 October 1706

Life Events

Birth*John Hull was born on 21 October 1742. 
Death*John Hull died on 6 July 1761. 
Last Edited18 January 2001

Citations

  1. [S375] Oliver Hull, Book of the Hulls (40 Fulton St., New York, NY: Peter Eckler, 1863).
  2. [S368] Oliver Hull, The Hull Family in America genealogylibrary.com, 1913.

Freelove Hull1,2

F, #2994, born 17 October 1744, died about 1765
Relationship6th great-grandaunt of Doris Joan Muller
Father*John Hull born 4 December 1694, died 9 February 1765
Mother*Damaris Cary born 10 October 1706

Family

John Weeden born about 1745?

Life Events

Birth*Freelove Hull was born on 17 October 1744. 
Marriage*She married John Weeden in 1761. 
Death*Freelove Hull died about 1765. 
Last Edited18 January 2001

Citations

  1. [S375] Oliver Hull, Book of the Hulls (40 Fulton St., New York, NY: Peter Eckler, 1863).
  2. [S368] Oliver Hull, The Hull Family in America genealogylibrary.com, 1913.

Catharine Hull1,2

F, #2995, born 18 January 1745/46
Relationship6th great-grandaunt of Doris Joan Muller
Father*John Hull born 4 December 1694, died 9 February 1765
Mother*Damaris Cary born 10 October 1706

Life Events

Birth*Catharine Hull was born on 18 January 1745/46. 
Last Edited18 January 2001

Citations

  1. [S375] Oliver Hull, Book of the Hulls (40 Fulton St., New York, NY: Peter Eckler, 1863).
  2. [S368] Oliver Hull, The Hull Family in America genealogylibrary.com, 1913.

Wager Hull1,2

M, #2996, born 23 February 1748/49, died 1776
Relationship6th great-granduncle of Doris Joan Muller
Father*John Hull born 4 December 1694, died 9 February 1765
Mother*Damaris Cary born 10 October 1706

Family

Mary Martin born about 1748?

Life Events

Birth*Wager Hull was born on 23 February 1748/49. 
Marriage*He married Mary Martin in 1769. 
Death*Wager Hull died in 1776. 
Last Edited18 January 2001

Citations

  1. [S375] Oliver Hull, Book of the Hulls (40 Fulton St., New York, NY: Peter Eckler, 1863).
  2. [S368] Oliver Hull, The Hull Family in America genealogylibrary.com, 1913.

Abigail Hull1,2

F, #2997, born 7 February 1749/50
Relationship6th great-grandaunt of Doris Joan Muller
Father*John Hull born 4 December 1694, died 9 February 1765
Mother*Damaris Cary born 10 October 1706

Life Events

Birth*Abigail Hull was born on 7 February 1749/50. 
Death*Abigail Hull died in infancy. 
Last Edited4 March 2007

Citations

  1. [S375] Oliver Hull, Book of the Hulls (40 Fulton St., New York, NY: Peter Eckler, 1863).
  2. [S368] Oliver Hull, The Hull Family in America genealogylibrary.com, 1913.

Sarah Hull1,2

F, #2998, born 7 February 1749/50
Relationship6th great-grandaunt of Doris Joan Muller
Father*John Hull born 4 December 1694, died 9 February 1765
Mother*Damaris Cary born 10 October 1706

Life Events

Birth*Sarah Hull was born on 7 February 1749/50. 
Last Edited18 January 2001

Citations

  1. [S375] Oliver Hull, Book of the Hulls (40 Fulton St., New York, NY: Peter Eckler, 1863).
  2. [S368] Oliver Hull, The Hull Family in America genealogylibrary.com, 1913.

Quinby Cornell1

M, #2999, born about 1745?

Family

Hannah Underhill born 1747?
Child

Life Events

Birth*Quinby Cornell was born about 1745? 
Marriage*He married Hannah Underhill, daughter of Jacob Underhill and Amy Hallock
Last Edited1 April 2002

Citations

  1. [S273] The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Ancestral File (R).

Hannah Underhill1

F, #3000, born 1747?
Father*Jacob Underhill born after 1730?
Mother*Amy Hallock born about 1730?

Family

Quinby Cornell born about 1745?
Child

Life Events

Birth*Hannah Underhill was born in 1747? 
Marriage*She married Quinby Cornell
Last Edited8 May 2001

Citations

  1. [S273] The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Ancestral File (R).