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A Hulse scrapbook : covering the line of descent from our first proven ancestor, Joseph Hulse (ca. 1755-1821) down to my grandfather, Joseph Andy Hulse and his wife, Clara Levisa Rogers

by Mellie Hulse Hoff
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[S.l.] : M.H. Hoff, c1987
323 p. : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, map, ports.

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Joseph Hulse was born in about 1755, probably in Fredericks County, Virginia. His parents were probably Richard Hulse and Mary Williams. He married Siche (Hougland?) in about 1780. They had six children. He died 18 September 1821 in Clark County, Ohio. Traces descendants through their son, Henry, who was born 19 July 1783 in Washington County, Pennsylvania, Henry married four times and had sixteen children. Henry's son, Joseph (1811-1881), married Achsah Gandy, daughter of Abijah Gandy (1791-1857) and Rebecca Harris (1794-1851), in 1871 in Saline County, Nebraska. They had twelve children. Ancestors, descendants and relatives lived mainly in England, New Jersey, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Illinois and Nebraska. Includes Crawford, Hoff, Tinkham and related families.

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