Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties

Mary Hull

Female 1759 -


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  • Name Mary Hull 
    Born 20 Mar 1759  Northumberland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Female 
    Person ID I117968  Tree1
    Last Modified 6 Apr 2020 

    Father Richard Hull,   b. 12 Apr 1717, St. Stephen's Parish, Northumberland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 10 Feb 1777, St. Stephen's Northumberland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 59 years) 
    Mother Elizabeth Gaskins,   b. Abt 1717, Northumberland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 8 Dec 1794, Northumberland County, Virginia - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 77 years) 
    Married Bef 20 Mar 1738/39  St. Stephen's Parish, Northumberland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F46858  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

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      1776-1780 Record Book #10; Northumberland Co Va, (Lewis & Booker): Page 114
      Hull, Richard, of St. Stephens Parish
      W. W. 14 April 1773---W. P. 10 February 1777
      Wife Elizabeth-my dwelling plantation during her natural life and then my son John Hull,
      Wife Elizabeth-one half of my water grist mill during her natural life and then to my son John Hull.
      Son John Hull-the other half of my water grist mill.
      Son John Hull-the plantation I purchased of James Blackwell lying on Cupids Creek, and forty acres of land lying on the head of little Wiccomoco River which I purchased of Capt. Ellis Gill, during the life of my wife Elizabeth, and at her death the two tracts to go to my son Edwin Hull.
      Son John Hull-one hundred acres in Hacks Neck which I purchased of Cuthbert Elliston.
      Son Edwin Hull-land on Herring Creek in Hacks Neck containing three hundred acres which I purchased of Ellis Gill, Charles Bailey and his wife, and Elizabeth Sims.
      Wife Elizabeth-use of nine negroes during her natural life, to wit: Suckey, Chloe, Sharper, Jesse, Adam, Old Dick, Darkey, Carpenter James, and Daniel a blacksmith, and at her death I give carpenter James and Daniel the smith to my son John Hull.
      Rest of the above negroes to be equally divided between my four children John, Edwin, Ann, and Molly Hull.
      Daughter Ann Hull-eight negroes Bresto, Hannah, Stephen, Fanny, Young Hannah, Letty, Little Daniel, and Phome.
      Son John Hull-eight negroes David, Sam, Violet, Dinah, Michael, Old James, Betty, and little Judy.
      Son Edwin Hull-eight negroes, Ezekiel, Ben, Judy, Alice, Jacob, Moss, Old Sarah, and little James.
      Daughter Molly Hull-eight negroes Abraham, Isaac, Easter, Nanny, Moses, Peg, Silvia, and Sixis.
      The negro boy Jesse now in the possession of my son in law Charles Lee, I give to my grandson Richard Lee.
      Grandaughter Sally Gaskins-negro girl Lucy.
      Wife Elizabeth-my riding chair and two horses during her natural life.
      Son John Hull-one half of my silver plate, and the other half to my wife during her natural life, and at her death to my son Edwin Hull.
      My executors to rent yearly as long as my daughter Elizabeth Bell shall live, unto my son in law Charles Bell-my negro woman Fanny and her child and her future increase, for the rent of five shillings a year payable on or before the twenty fifth day of December, and if my daughter should survive the said Charles Bell then I give the said Fanny and her increase to her and her assigns, and if my daughter should die in the lifetime of the said Charles Bell, then I give the said negro and her increase to my two daughters Sarah Lee, and Hannah Gaskins, to be equally divided between them
      I give to my son in law Charles Bell, the money he owes me.
      Three daughters Elizabeth Bell, Sarah Lee, and Hannah Gaskins-five pounds currency each.
      My executors to purchase a riding chair of the price of twenty pounds, and deliver the same to my daughter Hannah Gaskins.
      Each of my daughters Ann, and Molly-one good feather bed and furniture, and ten head of sheep.
      Son John Hull-all the stock of horses, cattle, hogs, and sheep, he now has in his possession, also one fourth part of the cattle and hogs that are on my dwelling plantation.
      Son Edwin Hull-ten head of cattle, and twenty head of sheep.
      Wife Elizabeth-all the rest of my stock of cattle, hogs, and sheep, not before given.
      Wife-one half of my household furniture during her natural life, and she to give and dispose of at her death to such of my children as she shall think proper.
      Sons John, and Edwin, to have the other half of my household furniture to be equally divided between them.
      Friend Rhodam Kenner-my riding horse known as the Sorrell horse.
      My horses I give to my wife Elizabeth, and my sons John, and Edwin, to be equally divided between them.
      Rest of estate I give to my children Elizabeth, Sarah, Hannah, Ann, Molly, John, and Edwin, to be equally divided.
      Wife Elizabeth, friend Rhodam Kenner, and son John Hull, executors.
      Witness: Charles Bell, William Allgood,and William Brown.

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