of New Haven, Connecticut, d. 1662.
Richard Hull was in New Haven, Connecticut by 1640, when his son John was baptized there. He has sometimes been identified as the Richard Hull who was a freeman at Massachusetts Bay on 1 April 1634 [see GMB, 2: 1044], but this identification is not certain. The will of Richard Hull of New Haven, dated 21 August 1662, and proved 6 January 1662[/3], mentioned his son Jeremy Hull (executor), his son John Hull, his daughter Hannah Hull, his son-in-law John Jaxon, and his daughter Mary wife of John Jaxon.
Date of birth: Unknown.
Place of birth: Unknown.
It has been stated that he was from Derbyshire, but the evidence for this is unclear.
Date of death: ca. 1 September 1662.
Place of death: Recorded at New Haven.
[FANH 872, citing New Haven VR]
Jacobus states that he was a brother of Andrew Hull of New Haven, but I do not known on what that is based [FANH 872].
Mary Hull, d. 26 February 1664, rec. at New Haven;
m. New Haven, 1 March 1653/4, John Jackson, d. 1683, rec. at Derby.
[FANH 872, 935]
Jeremiah Hull, d. 13 June
1700, rec. at New Haven;
m. Milford, 6 May 1658 (rec. at New Haven), Hannah Baldwin.
John Hull, bp. New Haven, 24
May 1640, d. 6 December 1711 ae 80;
m. (1) Mary Beach, b. June 1642, d. 1685×90;
m. (2) ca. 1690, Tabitha Tomlinson, widow of Edward Wooster;
m. (3) 21 September 1699, Rebecca Turner.
Hannah Hull, bp. New haven, 26
m. New Haven 25 December 1662, Edmund Dorman.
FANH = Donald Lines Jacobus, "Families of Ancient New Haven", New Haven Genealogical Magazine (TAG) 1-8 (1922-32). (paginated consecutively)
GMB = Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins - Immigrants to New England 1620-1633 (Boston, 1995).
Compiled by Stewart Baldwin
First uploaded 14 August 2011.