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Bump / Horsley

Posted: 24 Apr 2001 6:00AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 4 Jul 2001 1:49PM GMT
Surnames: Bump, Lull, Hersey
Pat: and Jean:

William Lull the Great Grandson of Timothy Lull from Hartland. William Lull's father was Joseph Lull, and here we found the surname's, Priest, Bump, Hersley, all connected to these two men.

Clues; Pomfert, Plymonth, Vermont is where we found clues. Next location we found the names were at Delaware County, New York, for Bump and Hersley surnames and Hersley, Pa.

I have both surnames listed in family tree for Hersley and Bump.

They were in a town called Cannonsville, New York.
This town was flooded as a reservoir for New York City water shed.
The bodies and "Tombstones" were moved to Pepacton, New York where Pepacton, New York town was also flooded, although I have found that the MAIN Cemetery for this location was moved to higher ground at Pepacton over looking the Lake at that location.
From what I have found, there is a park of sorts located there also, with Picnic tables over looking the same lake. From what I have been told it is very close to that Cemetery, of which I have no name yet.

I have made two attempts to verify this by going to that location. So far I have not been able to have enought time going to Vermont to make this side trip to that location.

Below is a connection for that link, to that information.

These might help if you don't already have them.

Viola Dell Hersey
m. John Vernon Lull

John Stryker Lull
m. Leona May Bump

Other Clues:
Otsego Country, New York.
Morris, New York.
Unadilla, New York.

Gary Allen Lull
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
Pat Woodruff 21 Jan 2004 10:30PM GMT 
JSuman 22 Jan 2004 5:47AM GMT 
LilaWat_1 23 Jan 2004 11:36PM GMT 
JSuman 24 Jan 2004 5:27AM GMT 
Pat Woodruff 21 Jan 2004 10:36PM GMT 
Marilyn Robare 8 Mar 2004 12:39AM GMT 
Jean Suman 8 Mar 2004 5:04AM GMT 
medic1442 8 Apr 2013 10:06AM GMT 
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