The 17th and 18th century surname of this tree varied between Hulley and Hooley, with all members being descendants of Jasper Hulley of the One House. Jonathan the eldest son of James, the head of this tree retained his Hulley surname and Jasper the youngest son called himself Hooley. Early members lived at Macclesfield Forest where Jonathan Hulley worked as a Beerhouse Keeper between 1757-1768, whilst the 19th century saw most members of this tree living at Sutton.
Full details of the marriages of the following persons shown on this FT have been added to their Notes.
Jane Hulley to Charles Ollerenshaw in 1887; Frederick Charles Hulley to Maria Higginbottom in 1892; Joseph Hulley to Annie Hunt in 1896; Henry Herbert Hulley to Elizabeth Newton in 1897; Jasper Hulley to Amelia Shaw in 1904; and Sarah Jane Hulley to Richard Allen in 1906.
The following members of this FT are listed in the Absent Voters' Lists:
Joseph Hulley born 1882; Francis William Hulley born 1887; Hedley Hulley born 1889; Wilfred Hulley born 1892; Frank Hulley born 1896; Harold Hulley born 1897, and Walter Hulley born 1897. Details are shown in their Notes.
Rick Hooley has supplied additional information concerning Mary Hooley/Hulley b.1744 and her marriage to Samuel Hall in 1766. It is listed in Cheshire Marriage Bonds and Allegations and shows that both parties were from Macclesfield Forest with Samuel born in 1738 and Mary born in 1744.
I have found the following person in the lists of West Yorkshire Prisoners 1801-1914 Details of his crimes - and punishments! - are shown in his Notes.
George William Hulley born 1884
Two sources of recently published information have been searched for members of this family. The Cheshire Electoral Registers 1842-1900 (1,448 Hulley entries) are now on Find my Past and the Cheshire Tithe Apportionments 1814-1850 (200 Hulley entries) are shown on the Cheshire Archives and Local Studies website. There are 20 persons from this FT included on one or both of the above lists; full details are shown in their Notes.
Alan Hulley has discovered the death and burial of James Hooley (1787-1857) and, together with his 1841 and 1851 census entries, has been added to his entry. He appears to have died unmarried.
A search of on-line newspapers has revealed a court case asociated with a member of this FT. Francis William Hulley or Hooley was indicted for attempted murder (later reduced to unlawful wounding) of Amelia Lomax nee Bousell, and of arson involving three farms in Sutton. Full details of the cases are shown in his Notes.
Jean Marsden has provided details of the second wife and children of Joseph Nixon born 1746. She was Hannah Hooley born 1746 and her details and those of her 5 children are shown on the Ches02 family tree.
Additonal information has been received from Donna Peach in relation to Jasper (James) Hulley born 1884. It has been alleged that he fathered 16 or 17 children, some of whom by his sister-in-law Lily Hudson. Full details are shown in his Notes.
Donna Peach has provided additional information about the descendants of Jasper (James) Hulley born 1884. He had 6 children by Ethel Hudson between 1912 and 1922 and a second spouse - Matilda Dinsmore - in 1941. These have been added to this FT.
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