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Re: Origins of Hulans in NC
Posted by: Betty A. Pace Date: July 25, 2000 at 05:51:29
In Reply to: Origins of Hulans in NC by Dick Hulan of 182

In January 1877 a LAURA HULIN married ABRAHAM H. POOL(E) in Salisbury, Rowan Co., NC. The marriage certificate (photocopy) is nearly illegible but the Broderbund CD (marriages of Rowan 1850-1900) says the name is HULIN. The father of the bride is said to be JESSE HULIN (deceased in 1877). The name of Laura's mother is illegible. There is a JESSE HULIN (1822-1867) buried in Franklin Presbyterian Church, along with his wife Elizabeth (nee TARRH) and several children.

The children of Laura and Abraham Poole in 1880 census were Lina (his mother an Angeline) and Mittie. I have not checked the 1900 census and the 1890 census burned--there may have been other children.

The brother of ABRAHAM H. POOLE was my ggrandfather CLAYTON W. POOLE and in 1880, the two brothers' families lived side-by-side in Salisbury. According to that census, Laura HULIN was born in 1855 as she was shown as 25 years of age (Abraham was 28).

I am trying to find researchers of this HULIN/HULEN/HULAN family.

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