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This will be a place to discuss all TULL's of the world. Please start a discussion with your line or place your Tull's lived.
Latest Activity: Dec 9, 2021
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My name is Jenny. My second paternal great grandmother was Etta Olive Tull. She was the granddaughter of Daniel Brown Tull and Olive Gray.
My name is Jimmy Tull. I live in Fulton KY but my family grew up in vermillion county illinois. my grandfather and family lived in shelby county illinois.,some went to texas, and to duck river bedford tn after coming from maryland,,looking for relative to Earl Brian tull, james allen tull,adley tull .or john w tull who married loretta turrentine.
I've managed (with help from Tamara Mazzei and others) to trace my line back to my great-great-great grandfather, William Tull, born 1760 in Selborne, Hampshire, who married Mary Wells in 1785. The ceremony was carried out by Gilbert White, author of "The Natural History of Selborne". Their daughter, Charlotte was apparently unmarried but with a son, George, who in turn had a son William, born in Horsham in 1876 and killed on the Somme in October 1916. The family had by then settled in Portsmouth and my father (Frederick) married Dora Beynon. She was born in Portsmouth but the Beynon family came from St Florence in Pembrokeshire and moved between Wales, England, Scotland and back to England because of my grandfather's work in the naval dockyards.
At the moment, I'm stuck in 1760 because the parish records are so patchy before then, especially for agricultural labourers who didn't own any property!
I'm always interested in seeing how these lines develop - Tull is not a common name in England, so it's quite likely that most are connected in some way, bearing in mind that the name first crops up in the 14th century, I believe. The central link for this name group seems to go back to the Hampshire / Berkshire area.
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