John Tuberfield1

#38151, b. 1616

Major Life Events

     John Tuberfield was born in 1616 in Broadway, Somerset, England.1 He married Sarah Pinney, daughter of John Pinney and Johanna Hawkins (or Peson), circa 1647 in Broadway, Somerset, England.1

Family of John and Sarah Pinney

Citations

  1. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, Layton/Holt Genealogy (Sarah Pinney, ID: I5165).

William Standerwicke1

#38152, b. circa 1624

Major Life Events

     William Standerwicke was born circa 1624 in Broadway, Somerset, England.1 He married Alice Pinney, daughter of John Pinney and Johanna Hawkins (or Peson), circa 1653 in Broadway, Somerset, England.1

Family of William and Alice Pinney

Citations

  1. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, Layton/Holt Genealogy (Alice Pinney, ID: I5166).

John House1

#38153, b. circa 1618

Major Life Events

     John House was born circa 1618.1 He married Agnes Pinney, daughter of John Pinney and Johanna Hawkins (or Peson).1

Family of John and Agnes Pinney

Citations

  1. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, Layton/Holt Genealogy (Agnes Pinney, ID: I5163).

Edmund Pinney1

#38154, b. circa 1563, d. 1632

Relationship10th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence
FatherWilliam Pinney1 b. c 1525
MotherAgnes Chick1 b. 1526

Major Life Events

     Edmund Pinney was born circa 1563 in Broadway, Somerset, England.1 Edmund died in 1632.2

Citations

  1. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, Layton/Holt Genealogy (Agnes Pinney, ID: I5163).
  2. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, Layton/Holt Genealogy (Edmund Pinney, ID: I5459).

Alice Pinney1

#38155, b. circa 1565

Relationship10th great-grandaunt of Paul Edward Lawrence
FatherWilliam Pinney1 b. c 1525
MotherAgnes Chick1 b. 1526

Major Life Events

     Alice Pinney was born circa 1565 in Broadway, Somerset, England.1 She married Unknown Way.2

Family of Alice and Unknown Way

Citations

  1. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, Layton/Holt Genealogy (Agnes Pinney, ID: I5163).
  2. [S841] Henry R. Stiles History of Ancient Windsor, page 609.

George Hull

#38156, b. circa 1590, d. before 25 August 1659

Relationship10th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestry of John Henry Sloan
Descent from Richard Hull to Susannah Pratt
Descent from John Pyssing to Susannah Pratt
FatherThomas Hull1 b. 1552, d. b 29 Dec 1636
MotherJoan Pyssing1 b. 1551

Major Life Events

     George Hull was born circa 1590 in Crewkerne, Somerset, England.2 He was baptized between April 1590 and October 1590 in Crewkerne, Somerset, England.2 He married first Thamzen Michell, daughter of Robert Michell and Unknown ?, on 27 August 1614 in St. Bartholomew's, Crewkerne, Somerset, England.2,3 George married second Sarah Phippin circa June 1654 in Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.2,3 George died before 25 August 1659 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut.2

Children of George and Thamzen Michell

Family of George and Sarah ?

Narrative

     It is not known when George arrived in Massachusetts. Some writers have concluded that he arrived on the Mary & John. However, the Mary & John sailed from Plymouth, England, 20 March 1629/30, and arrived at Nantasket, 30 May 1630. Joshua, son of George Hull was baptised the 5th day of November 1630, at St. Bartholomew's parish church, Crewkerne, Somerset, England, which would seem to indicate that George came to Massachusetts after that. George Hull was made a freeman in the Massachusetts colony 4 March 1632/33.

     However, M. W. Ferris in Dawes-Gates Ancestral Lines indicates that when George was about 40 years old he came to New England probably bringing part of his family with him. Although a full list of the passengers who came in the Mary & John in the spring of 1630 has not been found, it is definitely stated that George was among them as well as Roger Clapp, Thomas Ford, Matthew Grant, Roger Ludlow, and Humphrey Pinney who later married into the Hull family.

     A member of the Pinney family indicated that George Hull and Humphrey Pinney arrived on the Mary & John and that Humphrey Pinney returned to England to settle an uncle's estate, married George Hull's daughter Mary while there, and brought his bride, mother-in-law, and the rest of the George Hull family to Massachusetts when he returned.

     In The New England Historical & Genealogical Register, April 1993, pp 148-161, A Passenger List for the Mary & John, by Mr. Robert Charles Anderson, F.A.S.G. indicates that there was an unnamed ship that arrived in 1632. He states "Giles Gibbs ws certainly still in England in 1630 and 1631 when he had children baptized at St. Sidwell's, Exeter, Devonshire, and he was also certainly in New England by 1632, for he was made a freeman on 4 March 1632/33. Five other Dorchester men were admitted to freemanship on the same day (Richard Collicott, Nicholas Denslow, George Hull, John Newton, and Eltweed Pomeroy) and none of them appears in any New England record prior to 1632. Presumably a small shipload of passengers came from some West Country port bringing all or most of these men and their families, and none of them should be placed on the Mary & John passenger list."

     The conclusion is that noone can say for any certainly exactly on which ship George Hull arrived in Massachusetts, the Mary & John or an unnamed ship.

     George was closely associated with Roger Ludlow throughout his many years in New England. Ludlow, a lawyer and gentleman from co. Wilts, England, was influencial in drawing many to join him and others in emigrating to Connecticut. Finding that the colonists were resloved upon planting a settlement on the Connecticut, the General Court reluctantly, on May 6, 1635, granted some Watertown men liberty to remove "to any place they shall thinke meete to make choise of pvided they continue still vndr this goumt." On June 3, the Court gave the inhabitants of Dorchester liberty also to remove to the Connecticu and granted these groups three pieces of artillery "to fortify themselves withall." During the latter part of June, Ludlow and others of Dorchester set out to locate a site for their new home, which ultimately became Windsor. The General Court of Massachusetts Bay, on March 3, 1635/36, granted a commission to Roger Ludlow [named first] and to seven other men to govern the people on the Connecticut in a "judicial way" for the period of one year and, in April, following, Ludlow and about half the poplulation of Dorchester set out to make their permanent homes on the Connecticut.

     On May 1, 1637, with George Hull and Matthew Mitchell added as members of the governing body, a momentous subject came up for decision, namely, that of war against the Pequots, and the courage of these men is shown in the declaration in favor of it, "a step which can never be regarded as other than the salvation of all the New England colonies."

     George was accounted an original settler of Windsor. In 1637 he received a house lot thirty rods wide lying near those granted to his son Josiah Hull and son-in-law Humphrey Pinney.

     Every man in those days was a farmer, but George also evidently had a capacity for surveying, for he is said to have helped to lay out Windsor, and shortly after his arrival there he surveyed the neighboring town of Wethersfield. In 1637 he received a grant from Plymouth Colony, in which he had never lived, a grant of ten acres "lying crosse to green Harbor Path", possibly as compensation for professional services as surveyor to that colony. The grant was later cancelled.

     On April 5, 1638, George and his friend Ludlow were granted by the General Court exclusive permission to trade for beaver with the Indians at Windsor. George was deputy to the General Court from Windsor from 1637 to 1646, attending at least 31 sessions, including the one of May 1, 1637 at which the far-reaching decision was made to prosecute war against the Pequots.

     In 1647, George followed his friend Ludlow to Fairfield, having sold his Windsor home some time previously to Governor John Haynes. In 1648 and 1649 he was Representative from Fairfield and, in 1649, he was Ludlow's assistant or Lieutenant in military operations. In 1651, 1653, and 1654 he was assistant magistrate for the towns "by the sea-side," including Fairfield. In this capacity he was authorized to hold Particular Court, "to marry persons and to press horses for the public welfare." In 1656, he witnessed an Indian deed which was executed to cover lands which included the site of Fairfield and which had been acquired by Ludlow in 1639-40.

     In October 1653, the General Court directed Roger Ludlow, George Hull, and two other magistrates to "keepe a perticuler Courte at Fairfield, before winter, to execute Justice there as cause shall require" and that fall, before a Jury and "several godly magistrates" [doubtless those just named] goodwife Knapp was tried as a witch and sentenced to death. After her trial she was presecuted constantly by demands that she should clear her conscience by betraying presumed accomplices, and in her extremity she finally burst into tears, saying, "Never, never poor creatures was tempted as I am: pray, pray for me!" Adding, that if she had anything to say before she died that she would whisper it to Roger Ludlow at the gallows. Evidenly George Hull sat upon her case.

     On November 29, 1653, ten days after the marriage of his son Cornelius, George deeded to him nine "parcels" of land; he doubtless provided as well or better for Josiah, his elder son.4

     The will of George Hull reads as follows:

     I George Hull, being feeble in body, yet of good and prefect mind, do now ordain this my last will and testament as followeth:
     Imprimus--I give and bequeath unto my loving wife the third part of my estate, yf shee relinquish the twenty pounds which I promise her if I died before her.
     Item--I give and bequeath unto my son Josiah Hull another third part of my estate.
     Item--I give and bequeath unto my son Cornelius Hull, one little feather bed now in Boston.
     Item--I give and bequeath also unto Cornelius Hull, forty shillings to be paid out of the third of my estate.
     Item--I give unto my cousin, James Pinkney, twenty shillings.
     Item--I doe by these presence ordayn, constitute and make my son Josias Hull, and Sarah, my loving wife, the executors of this my last will and testament.
Signed George Hull, In presence of Alexander Knowles, Phillip Pinckney
     Item--The rest of my estate, my depts and funeral expences being payd, I give to my four daughters, equally to be divided, that is to Mary, Martha, Elizabeth, and Naomy.
Signed George Hull, In presence of Alexander Knowles, Phillip Pinckney

     Sarah died shortly after George and the inventories of their estates were filed together on 25 August 1659.

Citations

  1. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, Layton/Holt Genealogy (George Hull, I3978).
  2. [S833] Robert E. Hull, Ancestors and Descendants of George Hull and Thamzen Michell, page 9.
  3. [S834] Clarence Almon Torrey, New England Marriages Prior to 1700, page 400.
  4. [S833] Robert E. Hull, Ancestors and Descendants of George Hull and Thamzen Michell, pages 12-27.
  5. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, Layton/Holt Genealogy (Mary Hull, I4888).

Thamzen Michell

#38157, b. 1592

Relationship10th great-grandmother of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestry of John Henry Sloan
Descent from Richard Hull to Susannah Pratt
Descent from John Pyssing to Susannah Pratt
FatherRobert Michell1 b. 1570
MotherUnknown ?1 b. c 1566

Major Life Events

     Thamzen Michell was born in 1592 in Stockland, Dorset, England.2 She married George Hull, son of Thomas Hull and Joan Pyssing, on 27 August 1614 in St. Bartholomew's, Crewkerne, Somerset, England.3,4

Children of Thamzen and George Hull

Citations

  1. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, Layton/Holt Genealogy (Robert Mitchell, I5394).
  2. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, Layton/Holt Genealogy (Mary Hull, I4888).
  3. [S833] Robert E. Hull, Ancestors and Descendants of George Hull and Thamzen Michell, page 9.
  4. [S834] Clarence Almon Torrey, New England Marriages Prior to 1700, page 400.
  5. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, Layton/Holt Genealogy (George Hull, I3978).

Thomas Hull1

#38158, b. 1552, d. before 29 December 1636

Relationship11th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestry of John Henry Sloan
Descent from Richard Hull to Susannah Pratt
Descent from John Pyssing to Susannah Pratt
FatherRichard Hull2 b. c 1515, d. b 6 Jun 1559
MotherAlice ?2 b. c 1533, d. b 25 Nov 1587

Major Life Events

     Thomas Hull was born in 1552 in Crewkerne, Somerset, England.3 He married Joan Pyssing, daughter of Richard Pyssing and Margery Everedd?, on 11 January 1572/73 in Crewkerne, Somerset, England.4,5 Thomas died before 29 December 1636.3 He was interred on 29 December 1636 in Crewkerne, Somerset, England.3

Children of Thomas and Joan Pyssing

Child of Thomas

Narrative

     Thomas lived in Winsham and Crewkerne, Somerset, England. He was taxed, in 1627, at Crewkerne, in the Subsidy of King Charles I.3

     Some time before 1599 the four families who had inherited equal shares in Crewkerne Manor from the last Earl of Devon decided to have a survey made to ascertain the value of their inheritance. These four families were Mawde Hull (widow of John Hull brother of Thomas Hull the younger), Margery Pesinge (widow of RIchard Pesinge, mother of Joane Peson wife of Thomas Hull the younger), Elizabeth Pesinge (sister of Joane Peson), and Thomas Hull (the younger).

Crokherne Manor
     A Survey and Rentall of the sayde Mannor rendered and made att a Courte of Survey there holden by xxvjth day of April in the One and forteth yere of the Raygne of our moste gracious Sovraigne Lady Queene Elizabeth Anno dm 1599.
     The Lordshyppe of Crokerne is a stately Lordshyppe and a greate markett Towne and standeth in the highe way betweene London and Exetter ffyve myles from Taunton and sixe myles from Evell… is Devyded into seven sevrell Tythings or villages that is to saye Crokerne Magna, Crokerne Parva, Mysterton, Wollmyston, Combe, Clapton, and Hewishe…
     Within the Towne of Crokerne is a Markett every Saturday well served and furnished with all kyndes of wares and victuals oute of all parts of the Countrye and myche accesse thether by reason of the sayde markett. And on Bartholomewe day yerely a greate fayre the Toll stalling and profitts as well of the fayre, and of the markett appertayneth to the Lords and is worth fforty pounds yerely…

Free Tennants
Crokehrene

Mawde Hull wyddowe holdeth by coppy for lyves a Close of pasture sometyme parcell of the demeane lands of the Lord called Wetherly conteyninge fforygndon call Braodmoor Conteyninge Tenne Acres And a tenement in Crokerne Conteyninge xxx Acres Suites & servics as before And yeldeth by the yere.

Margery Pesinge wydowe holdeth for lyves for Coppy One tenemt annexed with seventeene Acres of lande lying in the Common fields one close of pasture in ffordingdon downe called Knapper Conteyninge xvj Acres One Moore with a lyttle meadowe within the same conteyninge fyve Acres of lande and yeldeth yerely.

Elizabeth Pesinge holdeth for lyves by Coppye One Cottage in Crokerne And yeldeth by the yere.

Thomas Hull holdeth by Coppy for lyves One close called Cleeves conteyninge fyve Acres situate att Shuttersbridge And yeldeth yerely.

Tythinge of Ashecombe

Margery Pesinge holdeth for lyves by Coppy one close of pasture att Rowmanshed called Rannyscombe otherwise rownam conteyninge 10 Acres sometimes parcell of the Lords demeanes lyinge in the tythinge of Combe and heldeth yerely.6

     Thomas made a will on 17 December 1636. Transcription of Thomas' will, Archdeaconry of Tahuton, 1636-75:

     Thomas Hull of Crewkerne, dated 17 Dec 1636
     All my goods and chanttells to my daughter in law Edith Hull's four children, to be divided among them as shall be most need by the descretion of John Ball, schoolmaster [headmaster of Crewkerne Free Grammer School, 1612 to 1636], and John Bere, the elder.
     Edith Hull my daughter in law to be executor in trust for her four children.
     Witnesses, John Ball, John Bere.4

     His will was proved on 10 February 1636/37.4

Citations

  1. The younger.
  2. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, Layton/Holt Genealogy (Thomas Hull, I1536).
  3. [S833] Robert E. Hull, Ancestors and Descendants of George Hull and Thamzen Michell, page 5.
  4. [S833] Robert E. Hull, Ancestors and Descendants of George Hull and Thamzen Michell, page 6.
  5. [S852] Lindsay L. Brook, Studies in Genealogy and Family History, The Pyssing Ancestry of the Hulls of New England, page 49.
  6. [S833] Robert E. Hull, Ancestors and Descendants of George Hull and Thamzen Michell, pages 6-8.
  7. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, Layton/Holt Genealogy (George Hull, I3978).
  8. [S833] Robert E. Hull, Ancestors and Descendants of George Hull and Thamzen Michell, page 9.

Joan Pyssing

#38159, b. 1551

Relationship11th great-grandmother of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestry of John Henry Sloan
Descent from Richard Hull to Susannah Pratt
Descent from John Pyssing to Susannah Pratt
FatherRichard Pyssing1 b. b 1531, d. b 25 Jun 1588
MotherMargery Everedd?1 b. c 1530, d. a 1588

Major Life Events

     Joan Pyssing was born in 1551 in Somerset, England.2 She married Thomas Hull, son of Richard Hull and Alice ?, on 11 January 1572/73 in Crewkerne, Somerset, England.3,2 Joan Pyssing was interred on 30 October 1629 in Crewkerne, Somerset, England.3

Children of Joan and Thomas Hull

Citations

  1. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, Horrocks, Philips, Winget, Keeler, Clark, Watson, Lockwood, Strong, Gates and ancestors (Joane Pyssing, I619).
  2. [S852] Lindsay L. Brook, Studies in Genealogy and Family History, The Pyssing Ancestry of the Hulls of New England, page 49.
  3. [S833] Robert E. Hull, Ancestors and Descendants of George Hull and Thamzen Michell, page 6.
  4. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, Layton/Holt Genealogy (Thomas Hull, I1536).
  5. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, Layton/Holt Genealogy (George Hull, I3978).
  6. [S833] Robert E. Hull, Ancestors and Descendants of George Hull and Thamzen Michell, page 9.

Josias Hull

#38160, b. 10 November 1616, d. 16 November 1675

Relationship9th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence
FatherGeorge Hull1 b. c 1590, d. b 25 Aug 1659
MotherThamzen Michell1 b. 1592

Major Life Events

     Josias Hull was baptized on 10 November 1616 in St. Bartholomew's, Crewkerne, Somerset, England.2,3 He married Elizabeth Loomis, daughter of Joseph Loomis and Mary White, on 20 May 1641 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut.4,5,3 Josias died on 16 November 1675 in Killingworth, Middlesex Co., Connecticut, at age 59.4

Children of Josias and Elizabeth Loomis

Narrative

     Josias was also known as [Lt.] Josias Hull.

Citations

  1. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, Layton/Holt Genealogy (George Hull, I3978).
  2. [S833] Robert E. Hull, Ancestors and Descendants of George Hull and Thamzen Michell, page 29.
  3. [S849] Robert Charles Anderson Great Migration Begins, Vol. II 1620-33, page 1042.
  4. [S833] Robert E. Hull, Ancestors and Descendants of George Hull and Thamzen Michell, page 33.
  5. [S833] Robert E. Hull, Ancestors and Descendants of George Hull and Thamzen Michell, page 32.
  6. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, Layton/Holt Genealogy (Josias Hull, I4996).

Martha Hull

#38161, b. 29 October 1620

Relationship9th great-grandaunt of Paul Edward Lawrence
FatherGeorge Hull1 b. c 1590, d. b 25 Aug 1659
MotherThamzen Michell1 b. 1592

Major Life Events

     Martha Hull was baptized on 29 October 1620 in Crewkerne, Somerset, England.2,3

Citations

  1. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, Layton/Holt Genealogy (George Hull, I3978).
  2. [S833] Robert E. Hull, Ancestors and Descendants of George Hull and Thamzen Michell, page 29.
  3. [S849] Robert Charles Anderson Great Migration Begins, Vol. II 1620-33, page 1042.

Elizabeth Hull

#38162, b. 16 October 1625, d. 2 May 1680

Relationship9th great-grandaunt of Paul Edward Lawrence
FatherGeorge Hull1 b. c 1590, d. b 25 Aug 1659
MotherThamzen Michell1 b. 1592

Major Life Events

     Elizabeth Hull was baptized on 16 October 1625 in Crewkerne, Somerset, England.2,3 She married Samuel Gaylord, son of William Gaylord, on 4 December 1646 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut.3 Elizabeth died on 2 May 1680 in Fairfield, Fairfield Co., Connecticut, at age 54.4

Children of Elizabeth and Samuel Gaylord

Citations

  1. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, Layton/Holt Genealogy (George Hull, I3978).
  2. [S833] Robert E. Hull, Ancestors and Descendants of George Hull and Thamzen Michell, page 29.
  3. [S849] Robert Charles Anderson Great Migration Begins, Vol. II 1620-33, page 1042.
  4. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, Layton/Holt Genealogy (Elizabeth Hull, I2505).

Cornelius Hull

#38163, b. 9 April 1628, d. 16 September 1695

Relationship9th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence
FatherGeorge Hull1 b. c 1590, d. b 25 Aug 1659
MotherThamzen Michell1 b. 1592

Major Life Events

     Cornelius Hull was born on 9 April 1628 in Crewkerne, Somerset, England.2 He was baptized on 14 April 1628 in Crewkerne, Somerset, England.2 He married Rebecca Jones, daughter of John Jones, on 19 November 1653 in Fairfield, Fairfield Co., Connecticut.3,4 Cornelius died on 16 September 1695 in Fairfield, Fairfield Co., Connecticut, at age 67.5

Children of Cornelius and Rebecca Jones

Narrative

     Cornelius was also known as [Lt.] Cornelius Hull.

Citations

  1. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, Layton/Holt Genealogy (George Hull, I3978).
  2. [S833] Robert E. Hull, Ancestors and Descendants of George Hull and Thamzen Michell, page 29.
  3. [S834] Clarence Almon Torrey, New England Marriages Prior to 1700, page 400.
  4. [S849] Robert Charles Anderson Great Migration Begins, Vol. II 1620-33, page 1042.
  5. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, Layton/Holt Genealogy (Cornelius Hull, I5173).

Naomi Hull

#38165, b. between 1632 and 1634

Relationship9th great-grandaunt of Paul Edward Lawrence
FatherGeorge Hull1 b. c 1590, d. b 25 Aug 1659
MotherThamzen Michell1 b. 1592

Major Life Events

     Naomi Hull was probably born in Dorchester, Massachusetts, between 1632 and 1634.2

Citations

  1. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, Layton/Holt Genealogy (George Hull, I3978).
  2. [S833] Robert E. Hull, Ancestors and Descendants of George Hull and Thamzen Michell, page 29.

Joshua Hull

#38166, b. 5 November 1630, d. 1658

Relationship9th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence
FatherGeorge Hull1 b. c 1590, d. b 25 Aug 1659
MotherThamzen Michell1 b. 1592

Major Life Events

     Joshua Hull was baptized on 5 November 1630 in Crewkerne, Somerset, England.2,3 Joshua died in 1658 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut.4

Citations

  1. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, Layton/Holt Genealogy (George Hull, I3978).
  2. [S833] Robert E. Hull, Ancestors and Descendants of George Hull and Thamzen Michell, page 29.
  3. [S849] Robert Charles Anderson Great Migration Begins, Vol. II 1620-33, page 1042.
  4. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, Layton/Holt Genealogy (Joshua Hull, I5176).

Sarah ?1

#38167, b. circa 1595, d. August 1659

Major Life Events

     Sarah ? was born circa 1595.1 She married first David Phippin.2 Sarah married second George Hull, son of Thomas Hull and Joan Pyssing, circa June 1654 in Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.2,3 Sarah died in August 1659 in Fairfield, Hartford Co., Connecticut.4

Family of Sarah and George Hull

Citations

  1. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, Layton/Holt Genealogy (George Hull, I3978).
  2. [S833] Robert E. Hull, Ancestors and Descendants of George Hull and Thamzen Michell, page 9.
  3. [S834] Clarence Almon Torrey, New England Marriages Prior to 1700, page 400.
  4. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, Layton/Holt Genealogy (Sarah Phiippen, I6402).
  5. [S844] James Savage First Settlers of New England Vol. II, page 492.

David Phippin

#38168, b. circa 1591

Major Life Events

     David Phippin was born circa 1591.1 He married Sarah ?.2

Citations

  1. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, Layton/Holt Genealogy (Sarah Phiippen, I6402).
  2. [S833] Robert E. Hull, Ancestors and Descendants of George Hull and Thamzen Michell, page 9.
  3. [S844] James Savage First Settlers of New England Vol. II, page 492.

Richard Hull1

#38169, b. circa 1515, d. before 6 June 1559

Relationship12th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestry of John Henry Sloan
Descent from Richard Hull to Susannah Pratt

Major Life Events

     Richard Hull was born circa 1515 in Crewkerne, Somerset, England.2 Richard married second Alice ? circa 1550 in Crewkerne, Somerset, England.2 Richard married first Unknown ?.3 Richard died before 6 June 1559 in Crewkerne, Somerset, England.4

Children of Richard and Alice ?

Narrative

     The earliest known mention of this family was in 1548, liviing in Crewkerne, Someret, England, where he was a husbandman and a miller. He is mentioned in The Survey and Rental of the Somerset Chantries, 1548, as holding by copy, half a mill called Cont [sic] (Court) mill and rendering per annum 3s. 6d. The survey was made after the dissolution of the monasteries by King Henry VIII, when the lands and property of the chantries were seized by the Crown during the reign of King Edward VI.

     Richard's will refers to his ghostly father, Sir William Sherewell. This indicates that he had been baptized and that Sir William Sherewell was his godfather. The records of the family are found inSt. Bartholomew's Parish Church at Crewkerne beginning in the year 1558. Prior to the dissolution of the monestaries no written records were kept. It is logical to assume that the Hull family had been parishioners prior to that time and were faithful Roman Catholics until, in the time of King Henry VIII, the whole parish became the Church of England. Richard probably was baptised a Roman Catholic circa 1515, at St. Bartholomew's. Two generations later, some of Richard's descendants were Puritans in the Church of England and left for the Massachusetts Bay Colony in America.

     Richard apparently had two wives. Very little is known of his first wife who may have been the mother to three or four of his children. He married second, circa 1550, Alice. Alice's will was dated 12 October 1587 and was proved in November 1587. Richard's will was dated 10 February 1558/59 and was proved in June 1559. Richard's will refers to Thomas, the elder, and also to Thomas [probably the younger]. St. Bartholomew's parish records also uses the term "Thomas, the elder." Alice's will does not refer to either Raynold of Thomas, the elder. This leads to the conclusion that they were sons by the first wife. The original wills of Richard and Alice were destroyed by fire at the Exeter Probate Registry.4

     Richard made a will on 10 February 1558/59.      Transcript of Richard's will, Archdeaconry of Taunton, book 3, fol. 38 (Transcript was made by Miss Olive Moger):

     Richard Hull of Crokehorne, husbandman, dated 10 Feb. 1558/59.
     To be buried in churchyard of Crokehorne.
     To the mother church of Wells, 4d.
     To my parish church a wether [sheep].
     To Sir William Hull my son a fether bed and many household goods enumerated.
     To Thomas Hull my son the elder a furnes pan and 2 witches.
     To Raynold Hull my son a hand mill with such timber as is in my barton.
     To my three sons James Hull, Thomas Hull and John Hull 2 silver spoons a piece.
     To my wife Alice Hull and to my daughter Elynor Hull a silver spoon each.
     To my wife Alice Hull 4 oxe, my weave my sole my dragge, my ithe my iron ropes.
     Residue to my wife Alice and Elnor Hull Hull my executrixes.
     To Sir William Sherewell my ghostly father 8d.
     Overseers William Metford and Thomas Price.
     I due owe to sire William Hull my son 15s. 8d and Alice Hawkins 6s. 8d.4

     His will was proved on 6 June 1559.4

Citations

  1. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, Layton/Holt Genealogy (Thomas Hull, I1536).
  2. [S833] Robert E. Hull, Ancestors and Descendants of George Hull and Thamzen Michell, page 1.
  3. [S833] Robert E. Hull, Ancestors and Descendants of George Hull and Thamzen Michell, page 5.
  4. [S833] Robert E. Hull, Ancestors and Descendants of George Hull and Thamzen Michell, pages 1 and 2.
  5. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, John and Debbie Shuck's Family Tree (Richard Hull, I85781977).

Alice ?1

#38170, b. circa 1533, d. before 25 November 1587

Relationship12th great-grandmother of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestry of John Henry Sloan
Descent from Richard Hull to Susannah Pratt

Major Life Events

     Alice ? was born circa 1533 in England.1 She married Richard Hull circa 1550 in Crewkerne, Somerset, England.2 Alice died before 25 November 1587 in England.3

Children of Alice and Richard Hull

Narrative

     Alice made a will on 12 October 1587. Transcription of the will of Alice Hull, Archdeaconry of Taunton (Transcript was made by Miss Olive Moger):

     Alice Hull of Crewkerne, co. Somerset, widow, dated 12 Oct. 1577.
     To be buried in the churchyard of Crewkerne.
     To Thomas Hull my son 20s.
     To William Hull son of said Thomas 10s.
     To Mary Hull daughter of said Thomas 10s.
     To the poor of Crewkerne 10s. to be distributed were most need is by the discretion of William Robins parson of Easthamme and Peter Stambridge before my departing out of this world.
     To John Morris a ewe sheep.
     Residue to John my son executor.
     Witnesses Peter Stambridge Roger Garris Robert Jeffrey.
     Overseers William Robins and Roger Garris.
     Witnesses Roger Garris William Robins Rector of Easthamme and Curate of Crewkerne.3

     Her will was proved on 25 November 1587. Inventory sum £3-12-2.3

Citations

  1. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, Layton/Holt Genealogy (Thomas Hull, I1536).
  2. [S833] Robert E. Hull, Ancestors and Descendants of George Hull and Thamzen Michell, page 1.
  3. [S833] Robert E. Hull, Ancestors and Descendants of George Hull and Thamzen Michell, pages 1 and 2.
  4. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, John and Debbie Shuck's Family Tree (Richard Hull, I85781977).

Francis Hull

#38171, b. 13 February 1591

Relationship10th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence
FatherThomas Hull1 b. 1552, d. b 29 Dec 1636
MotherJoan Pyssing1 b. 1551

Major Life Events

     Francis Hull was baptized on 13 February 1591 in Crewkerne, Somerset, England.2,3

Citations

  1. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, Layton/Holt Genealogy (Thomas Hull, I1536).
  2. [S833] Robert E. Hull, Ancestors and Descendants of George Hull and Thamzen Michell, page 9.
  3. [S852] Lindsay L. Brook, Studies in Genealogy and Family History, The Pyssing Ancestry of the Hulls of New England, page 50.

William Hull

#38172, b. 6 November 1574

Relationship10th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence
FatherThomas Hull1 b. 1552, d. b 29 Dec 1636
MotherJoan Pyssing1 b. 1551

Major Life Events

     William Hull was baptized on 6 November 1574 in Winsham, Somerset, England.2,3 He married first Jane Simpson on 5 December 1603 in Crewkerne, Somerset, England.4,3 He married second Anne Perkins in England.5 William Hull was interred on 1 June 1627 in Colyton, Devon, England.3

Family of William and Jane Simpson

Family of William and Anne Perkins

Narrative

     William was also known as [Rev.] William Hull.

Citations

  1. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, Layton/Holt Genealogy (Thomas Hull, I1536).
  2. [S833] Robert E. Hull, Ancestors and Descendants of George Hull and Thamzen Michell, page 9.
  3. [S852] Lindsay L. Brook, Studies in Genealogy and Family History, The Pyssing Ancestry of the Hulls of New England, page 49.
  4. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, Layton/Holt Genealogy (William Hull, I5402).
  5. [S833] Robert E. Hull, Ancestors and Descendants of George Hull and Thamzen Michell, page 11.

Mary Hull

#38173, b. 12 October 1577

Relationship10th great-grandaunt of Paul Edward Lawrence
FatherThomas Hull1 b. 1552, d. b 29 Dec 1636
MotherJoan Pyssing1 b. 1551

Major Life Events

     Mary Hull was baptized on 12 October 1577 in Winsham, Somerset, England.2 She was interred on 6 September 1584 in Crewkerne, Somerset, England.2

Citations

  1. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, Layton/Holt Genealogy (Thomas Hull, I1536).
  2. [S833] Robert E. Hull, Ancestors and Descendants of George Hull and Thamzen Michell, page 9.

Agnes Hull

#38174, b. circa 1578

Relationship10th great-grandaunt of Paul Edward Lawrence
FatherThomas Hull1 b. 1552, d. b 29 Dec 1636
MotherJoan Pyssing1 b. 1551

Major Life Events

     Agnes Hull was born circa 1578.2 She was interred on 11 February 1578/79 in Crewkerne, Somerset, England.3

Citations

  1. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, Layton/Holt Genealogy (Thomas Hull, I1536).
  2. [S852] Lindsay L. Brook, Studies in Genealogy and Family History, The Pyssing Ancestry of the Hulls of New England, page 49.
  3. [S833] Robert E. Hull, Ancestors and Descendants of George Hull and Thamzen Michell, page 9.

Richard Hull

#38175, b. 21 November 1579

Relationship10th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence
FatherThomas Hull1 b. 1552, d. b 29 Dec 1636
MotherJoan Pyssing1 b. 1551

Major Life Events

     Richard Hull was baptized on 21 November 1579 in St. Bartholomew's, Crewkerne, Somerset, England.2 He was interred on 27 March 1597 in Crewkerne, Somerset, England.2

Citations

  1. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, Layton/Holt Genealogy (Thomas Hull, I1536).
  2. [S833] Robert E. Hull, Ancestors and Descendants of George Hull and Thamzen Michell, page 9.