|Birth: ||Aug. 27, 1740|
New Jersey, USA
|Death: ||Oct. 11, 1832|
May have been a body guard to George Washington during the Revolutionary W ar. See sources.
Benjamin is not in the 1790 NC census. He first appears in NC claiming 2 00 acres on fork of Indian Creek, westerly of widow Ramsouer, entered 6/20 /1792 per "Abstracts of Land Entrys-Lincoln Co, North Carolina 1783-1795".
In "Abstracts from the NORTH CAROLINA Journal, Halifax, NORTH CAROLINA, 17 98-1800, Vol. III" it is stated that in Lincoln Co. NC, land would be so ld in 1798 on the waters of Jacobs river, the waters of Indian and Buffal oe Creek, joining land of John Hull (Mull), Samuel Carpenter, and other s. It also states land on waters of Indian & Buffalo Creek joining la nd of Benjamin Hull, Jacob Bullinger, & M. Cooms. George Shuford & Lewis Warlicks names are also mentioned.
Family tradition is that he came to NC with a sack of grain on his back about 1790. He enlisted in Rev War N C, promoted to corporal, 6/12/1778, then deserted.
Sarah Hutchison Hull (1749 - 1829)*
Abner Hull (1772 - 1852)*
Benjamin Hull (1775 - 1850)*
William Hull (1785 - 1861)*
Major Hull (1790 - 1856)*
Hulls Grove Baptist Church Cemetery
North Carolina, USA
Created by: Elizabeth Olmstead
Record added: Aug 14, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 29030859