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Hoult record

compiled by Will and Artie Hartley
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Salt Lake City, Utah : Digitized by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 2009

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Digital images of original published: Chisman, Ill. : W. & A. Hartley, 1907 (Chrisman, Ill : Courier Job Print). 33 p.

Includes ms. additions and corrections.

John Hoult, Jr. was born in 1742, probably in Sweden. He settled first in Delaware and then moved to West Virginia. He and his wife, Elizabeth Shircliffe, had ten children, 1771-1790, all born in Monogahela County, Virginia (later Marion County, West Virginia). Their son, Elisha Hoult, married Dorothy Prickett, daughter of Jacob and Jamima Kendall Prickett, in West Virginia in 1809. They had twelve children, 1810-1833. The family moved to a farm in Edgar County, Illinois, in 1832. He died in 1857. Descendants lived in Illinois and elsewhere.

Includes the Hartley, Prickett, and other related families.

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