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Hull One Name Study

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Compiled and written by Kimberli Faulkner Hull
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Welcome to the Hull one-name study. The study contains information, narratives, and other items related to the Hull family and the associated variations of the surname.


The one-name study is currently in Phase 1 with a specific focus on the German Hull (Höll) line in the United States.

Profiles index: Profiles are sourced narratives written for Hull family members. Following publication, profiles are indexed in the profiles index.

Clippings: Newspapers and obituaries clipped over the years. Under each of the articles and sources in the far right column is the most recent common ancestor (MRCA) shared between the person and Greg K. Hull, if confirmed.

Photos: At this time, this page contains one photo for each Hull family member, where available, and several large group reunion photos. Additional individual photos are also on the Hull profile pages. Have Hull photos? Great! If you would like to share photos for this section they are warmly welcomed as long as they are your photos to share – please do not take photos published from other’s family trees and submit them. Each photo published will require source information, including:

  • Identification: Name, description, and, if available, date, place
  • Provenance: Who owned the photo prior to the current owner, typically, a parent or grandparent.
  • Current owner: Your name.

Source information for the photos will be created with this information. Please use the contact form to get in touch.

Places: According to Forebears, the Hull name is the 6,768th most popular name in the world with the most located in the United States, England, and Australia.

Cemeteries: Coming soon.

Items and ephemera: Hull items and ephemera in the Faulkner-Hull Collection, ranging from certificates to a graduation exercises program to a pocket watch and associated research.

DNA: Greg K. Hull atDNA matches (living descendants’ names are not identified).

Source Timelines: A source timeline is a list of sources with dates, abstracts, and the source location in a timeline format, grouped by year, decade, and century. At this time, all source timelines and the sources searched list are private as they are works in progress.

Citing this page: Kimberli Faulkner Hull, author and compiler, “Hull One-Name Study” Cool Adventures ( posted 2022).

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