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Hull-Otis of Ashland

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Re: Hull-Otis of Ashland

Posted: 15 Jul 2002 12:36PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi Sheri ~

Not sure if the following info is new to you. I checked several resources for you and came up with the information below:

1920 Federal Census -- Antigo, Langlade Co., WI:

HULL, Reuben, age 70, b. CAN., parents b. CAN.; to U.S. 1849; naturalized 1860, occupation: engineer.
(with) HULL, Amy, wife, age 54, b. Wisc.; father b. NJ; mother b. (illegible).

Sheri, also living in Antigo twp, Langlade Co., that year (1920) was a man who may be Reuben's brother (or cousin):

HULL, Aaron, age 75, married, border, b. CAN; parents b. CAN. to U.S. 18___ (not filled in); naturalized 1860.

The same census also included a Reuben J. Hull, Jr., age 15, who was single and living by himself as a "roomer." He was b. Wisc., as had been his father, according to the census taker.

Your Reuben and Amy's marriage is recorded in the Wisc. Marriages Index as follows:

Reuben HULL and Anna E. ALBRIGHT married Oct. 9, 1880, Jackson Co., WI.

So Anna (aka Amy) may have been a Jackson Co. native).

That should give you a little something more to go on.

Best :)
Kathe C.

SubjectAuthorDate Posted
Sheri 7 Jul 2002 10:37PM GMT 
KBCUNNING 15 Jul 2002 6:36PM GMT 
Sheri 16 Jul 2002 12:56AM GMT 
KBCUNNING 16 Jul 2002 5:59AM GMT 
Sheri 16 Jul 2002 5:25PM GMT 
Sallierodman7... 24 Jul 2002 4:40PM GMT 
KBCUNNING 25 Jul 2002 4:56AM GMT 
Sallierodman7... 25 Jul 2002 4:43PM GMT 
Jeannie James 5 Sep 2013 1:37AM GMT 
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