..."This place,(Princeton, California)located on the west bank of the Sacramento, is one of the oldest in point of settlement. Dr. A. Lull, a California pioneer of the year 1850, gave to it the name of Princeton, when seeking to have a post office established for this locality.
The first postmaster was a Mr. Arnet. Henry Vansycle opened the first store and Dr. Lull, assisted by Will S. Green, laid out the first road on the east side of the river running direct to Marysville."...
"Dr. A. Lull and J.W. Pratt located farms nearly opposite Princeton in 1852, but did not take up their residence there until the year following."
Source: Colusa County by Justus H. Rogers - 1892
Dr. Lull was married in 1842 to Maria Louisa Morrison, daughter of James Morrison, of Madison, Wisconsin. Has four children, Maria A., Susan H., James D. and Carolena L. The youngest, Maria, married J.W. Platt, a lawyer by profession and graduate of Yale College, who died six years ago. Mrs. Platt resides in San Jose with her two daughters. Susan H. married U.S. Nye of this county, and resides on their ranch 13 miles from Willows.
Source: The history of Colusa County, California : and general history of the state. by Will S. Green - 1880
Transcribed by A. Canon
Maria Louise Morrison Lull (1823 - 1895)*
Susan Harriet Lull Turman (1845 - 1908)*
Susan H. Lull Nye (1846 - ____)*
Carolena Larkin Lull Angell (1860 - 1890)*
Created by: A Canon
Record added: Mar 10, 2008
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