Category Archives: Rev. Joseph Hull

Rev. Hull Part 3 – Integrity Comes with a Price (1643 -1665)

So, poor Rev. Hull continues to be in the nexus of the political and religious events of his time.    In Massachusetts, when Gov. John Winthrop isn’t running the theocratic government of the “city upon the hill”, he is consolidating … Continue reading

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Reverend Hull Part II – Stranger in a Strange Land (1639 – 1643)

As I mentioned in the previous posting, during Rev. Hull’s long odyssey to find a home, he was a founder of the town of Barnstable, Massachusetts in 1639.  During my visit to Cape Cod, we stopped there and visited the … Continue reading

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Rev. Joseph Hull Part I – Neither Fish Nor Fowl (1596 -1641)

I have just returned from a research trip to Boston and Cape Cod with my friends Laura and Val. Our goal was to flesh out the lives of our Mayflower and Great Migration ancestors beyond their birth, death and migration … Continue reading

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