NameHannah Jane Hull16,22
Birth PlaceBedford, New York
Death Dateaft Apr 23, 191024
Birth PlaceGreenwich, Fairfield Co., Connecticut
Death DateJun 17, 189321,16
Death PlaceGreenwich, Fairfield Co., Connecticut
Burial PlaceUnmarked Grave, Greenwich, Fairfield Co., Connecticut21
Notes for Hannah Jane Hull
There is no proof (yet) that Hannah Jane Hull was the daughter of Jarvis Hull, but:
* All references say she was born in NY, and family records say she was born in Bedford. (See Steadwell, Stedwell, Studwell’, p.68)
* There were not many Hulls in Westchester County 1800 - 1840, often about 3 or 4, and they were primarily in the Salem, Lewisboro, Bedford area, close to Connecticut.
* In 1833, the Town of Bedford assessed Walter Hull, Jarvis Hull and David Hull for highway maintenance.
* By 1840, Jarvis and his family had moved to Stamford, as shown in the 1840 census.
* In 1842-3, the Methodist Episcopal Church admitted Hannah J. Hull and Johannah Hull by letter of transfer.
* The 1850 census shows that Jarvis Hull had a daughter named Johannah. Hannah J would not appear in the census because she had married Solomon Studwell and appears with him.
* The 1830 and 1840 censuses both show that females of Johanna and Hannnah’s ages were in Jarvis Hull’s household.
* Hannah Jane’s only daughter was named Joanna.
* 1850 - Brooklyn, Kings Co., New York
* 1860 - New Canaan, Fairfield Co., Connecticut
* 1870 - Rye, Westchester Co., New York
* 1880 - Greenwich, Fairfield Co., Connecticut
* 1900 - Greenwich, Fairfield Co., Connecticut
* 1910 - Cos Cob, Greenwich, Fairfield Co., Connecticut