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WestCumb01- descendants of Richard Hully who died 1702/03 at Bentham

Notes


66. Agnes Hully

1792 29 Apr - baptised at St John the Baptist church Bentham: Agnes d. of Moses & Eliz. Hully.

1810 22 Sep - sister Mary married at Orton: Mary Hulley to Matthew Nicol (IGI). Witness - Agnes.

1812 15 Jun - married at Orton: Agnes Hulley to William Bell (IGI).

1812 30 Jun - Cumberland Pacquet & Ware’s Whitehaven Advertiser. MARRIAGES - Lately, at Appleby, Mr Wm
Bell, to Miss Agnes Hully, dress-maker.

1818 06 Mar - son Moses Hully baptised at St Lawrence's church , Appleby, Westmorland


William Bell

1812 15 Jun - married at Orton: Agnes Hulley to William Bell (IGI).

1812 30 Jun - Cumberland Pacquet & Ware’s Whitehaven Advertiser. MARRIAGES - Lately, at Appleby, Mr Wm Bell, to
Miss Agnes Hully, dress-maker.

1818 06 Mar - son Moses Hully baptised at St Lawrence's church , Appleby, Westmorland


68. Francis Hully

1800 20 Apr - baptised at Clapham, Yorks: Francis Hully father Moses (IGI).

1814 25 Jul - sister Cathrine married at Orton: Cathrine Hulley to Thomas Atkinson (IGI). Witness - Francis.

1833 14 Sep - Westmorland Gazette - LIST OF PERSONS SUED FOR TITHES In the Parish of Kendal -
Francis Hully.

1836 25 Dec - witness to Brocklebank/Robinson marriage at Holy Trinty church Kendal.

1837 12 Jun - married at Orton: Francis Hully and Elizabeth Shearman (IGI).

1837 17 Jun - Kendal Mercury: MARRIED - At Orton church, on Monday last, Mr. Francis Hully, butcher, to Elizabeth,
daughter of Mr. Shearman of the above place.

1837 17 Sep - son Robert baptised at Orton - Robert Hulley father Francis Hulley mother Elizabeth (IGI).

1839 12 May - son Moses baptised at Ingleton - Moses Hully father Francis Hully mother Elizabeth (IGI).

1841 census
HO 107/1158/9 f5 Orton Orton Town
Francis Hully 42 Butcher N
Elizabeth Hully 25 Y
Moses Hully 2 N
Margaret Hully 6mos N
Margaret Shearman 13 Y


1841 - daughter Margaret born at Ingleton - see 1851 census below.

1843 28 May - son John baptised at Orton - John Hulley father Francis Hulley mother Elizabeth (IGI).

1845 08 Jun - son Thomas baptised at Orton - Thomas Hulley father Francis Hulley mother Elizabeth (IGI).

1847 28 Mar - daughter Elizabeth baptised at Orton - Elizabeth Hulley father Francis Hulley mother Elizabeth (IGI).

1849 25 Mar - daughter Ann baptised at Orton - Ann Hulley father Francis Hulley mother Elizabeth (IGI).

1851 census
HO 107/ 2439 f 461 WESTMORLAND Orton
Francis Hully Head M 51 Farmer of 6 ac - Butcher Yorks Bentham
Elizabeth Hully Wife M Westmorland Orton
Robert Hully Son 14 Westmorland Orton
Moses Hully Son 12 Yorks Ingleton
Margaret Hully Dau 10 Yorks Ingleton
John Hully Son 8 Westmorland Orton
Thomas Hully Son 6 Westmorland Orton
Elizabeth Hully Dau 4 Westmorland Orton
Ann Hully Dau 2 Westmorland Orton

1851 14 Sep - son Francis baptised at Orton - Francis Hully father Francis Hully mother Elizabeth (IGI).

1854 25 Jun - son William baptised at Orton - William Hully father Francis Hully mother Elizabeth (IGI).

1856 30 Jan - daughter Catherine baptised at Orton - Catherine Hully father Francis Hully mother Elizabeth (IGI).

1861 census
RG 9/3960 f21 rev Orton Crown Street
Francis Hully Head Mar 61 Farmer Westmorland Orton
Elizth Hully Wife Mar 44 Farmers Wife Westmorland Orton
Margaret Hully Dau Un 20 Farmer's Dau Westmorland Orton
Elizth Hully Dau Un 14 Westmorland Orton
Ann Hully Dau Un 12 Westmorland Orton
Francis Hully Son Un 9 Farmer's Son Westmorland Orton
William Hully Son Un 7 Westmorland Orton
Catherine Hully Dau Un 5 Farmer's Dau Westmorland Orton
Agnes Hully Grand dau Un 4 mos Westmorland Orton

1867 02 Nov - Westmorland Gazette - KENDAL COUNTY COURT - JOHN HULLY v. JAMES WELLS
Mr. C. G. Thomson appeared for the plaintiff in this case, which was an action to recover 20l., which had
been deposited in defendant’s hands. It appeared that a wager had been made in the Globe Inn ,
between the plaintiff and a man named Speight, as to whether a certain skin belonging to plaintiff was a
lamb skin or a sheep skin. The plaintiff laid 20l. to one, that it was a lamb skin, and the money was
deposited in defendant’s hands. All the three parties were butchers. The wager was to be decided by
reference to the two skinners of Kendal, and by the man who bred and fed and killed the animal, but the
plaintiff said he could get no decision of the bet, and upon his demanding his own deposit of 20l. he
could not get that either.
The JUDGE said the defendant must pay the stakes back to the parties. By not doing so he had brought
the cost of the present cation upon himself.

1869 02 Apr - made Will - copy held.

1871 census
RG 10/5272 f22r Orton Crown Street
Francis Hully Head M 71 Landowner Yorks Bentham
Elizabeth Hully Wife M 55 Westmd Orton
Catherine Hully Dau U 15 Westmd Orton
Robt. Shearman Hully G-son 6 Westmd Orton
James Wilson Lodger U 57 Painter Glazier etc Westmd Orton

1873 02 Mar - died at Orton - see will below.

1874 09 Mar - HULLY Francis (Effects under £100) The Will of Francis Hully late of Orton in the County of
Westmoreland Yeoman who died on 2 Mar 1873 at Orton was proved at Carlisle by Elizabeth Hully of
Orton Widow the Relict the Sole Executrix.

Note by Nigel Hully Mar 2003:

It seems that Moses (b1766) went to Orton between 1803 and 1808 as a farmer. His three daughters
were married there and three more children were born there. In 1829 he was a butcher in Kendal with
his sons Francis (b1800) and John (b1803). Francis went back to Orton in 1837 to marry and left his
brother John and another brother Moses (b1816) to carry on the butchery business. They had shops in
the Market Place. Francis was a farmer with 60 acres in 1851, He also had a cousin Francis (1796-
1873) son of Moses' (b1766) brother Thomas (b1769) a farmer near Kendal 1857.


Elizabeth Shearman

1837 12 Jun - married at Orton: Francis Hully and Elizabeth Shearman (IGI).

1837 17 Jun - Kendal Mercury: MARRIED - At Orton church, on Monday last, Mr. Francis Hully, butcher, to Elizabeth,
daughter of Mr. Shearman of the above place.

1837 17 Sep - son Robert baptised at Orton - Robert Hulley father Francis Hulley mother Elizabeth
(IGI).

1839 12 May - son Moses baptised at Ingleton - Moses Hully father Francis Hully mother Elizabeth
(IGI).

1841 census
HO 107/1158/9 f5 Orton Orton Town
Francis Hully 42 Butcher N
Elizabeth Hully 25 Y
Moses Hully 2 N
Margaret Hully 6mos N
Margaret Shearman 13 Y

1841 - daughter Margaret born at Ingleton - see 1851 census below.

1843 28 May - son John baptised at Orton - John Hulley father Francis Hulley mother Elizabeth (IGI).

1845 8 Jun - son Thomas baptised at Orton - Thomas Hulley father Francis Hulley mother Elizabeth
(IGI).

1847 28 Mar - daughter Elizabeth baptised at Orton - Elizabeth Hulley father Francis Hulley mother
Elizabeth (IGI).

1849 25 Mar - daughter Ann baptised at Orton - Ann Hulley father Francis Hulley mother Elizabeth
(IGI).

1851 census
HO 107/ xxxx WESTMORLAND Orton
Francis Hully Head M 51 Yorks Bentham
Elizabeth Hully Wife M
Robert Hully Son 14 Westmorland Orton
Moses Hully Son 12 Yorks Ingleton
Margaret Hully Dau 10 Yorks Ingleton
John Hully Son 8 Westmorland Orton
Thomas Hully Son 6 Westmorland Orton
Elizabeth Hully Dau 4 Westmorland Orton
Ann Hully Dau 2 Westmorland Orton

1851 14 Sep - son Francis baptised at Orton - Francis Hully father Francis Hully mother Elizabeth
(IGI).

1854 25 Jun - son William baptised at Orton - William Hully father Francis Hully mother Elizabeth
(IGI).

1856 30 Jan - daughter Catherine baptised at Orton - Catherine Hully father Francis Hully mother
Elizabeth (IGI).

1861 census
RG 9/3960 f21 rev Orton Crown Street
Francis Hully Head Mar 61 Farmer Westmorland Orton
Elizth Hully Wife Mar 44 Farmers Wife Westmorland Orton
Margaret Hully Dau Un 20 Farmer's Dau Westmorland Orton
Elizth Hully Dau Un 14 Westmorland Orton
Ann Hully Dau Un 12 Westmorland Orton
Francis Hully Son Un 9 Farmer's Son Westmorland Orton
William Hully Son Un 7 Westmorland Orton
Catherine Hully Dau Un 5 Farmer's Dau Westmorland Orton
Agnes Hully Grand dau Un 4 mos Westmorland Orton

1871 census
RG 10/5272 f22r Orton Crown Street
Francis Hully Head M 71 Landowner Yorks Bentham
Elizabeth Hully Wife M 55 Westmd Orton
Catherine Hully Dau U 15 Westmd Orton
Robt. Shearman Hully G-son 6 Westmd Orton
James Wilson Lodger U 57 Painter Glazier etc Westmd Orton

1873 2 Mar - husband died at Orton - see will below.

1874 9 Mar - HULLY Francis (Effects under £100) The Will of Francis Hully late of Orton in the
County of Westmoreland Yeoman who died on 2 Mar 1873 at Orton was proved at
Carlisle by Elizabeth Hully of Orton Widow the Relict the Sole Executrix.

1879 Mar qtr - died at East Ward SD: Hully Elizabeth 62 East Ward 10b 459 (GRO).


69. John Hully

1803 03 Sep - baptised at Clapham, Yorks: John Hully father Moses (IGI).

1827 19 Jun - married Agnes Robinson at Ravenstonedale (IGI).

1828 22 Jun - son Moses baptised at Kendal father John mother Agnes (IGI).

1828-29 - PIGOT'S GENERAL DIRECTORY WESTMORLAND Kendal Butchers Hully John, New shambles.

1829 28 Aug - son George baptised at Kendal father John mother Agnes (IGI).

1832 05 Jan - son Francis baptised at Kendal father John mother Agnes (IGI).

1833 19 Aug - John and Agnes Hully witnesses at the marriage of Elizabeth Hully and William Robinson.

1833 22 Sep - son Thomas baptised at Kendal father John mother Agnes (IGI).

1834 03 May - Westmorland Gazette - Saturday 03 May 1834. Fat Bullock - A bullock, bred and fed by Mr. Robert
Whitehead, of Kelleth, near Orton, was last week slaughtered by John Hully, and exhibited for sale in our
Shambles. It was allowed to be as handsome a carcase of beef as ever was shewn in any market.
Weight, 76 stone, and yielding 14 stone of fat.

1836 02 Apr - Kendal Mercury - BUTCHER’S MEAT - We may say that Mr John Hully has killed a very fine cow, killed
at Oxenholme.

1837 04 Mar - Kendal Mercury - COURT OF REQUESTS, KENDAL. - THE TOLL CASES Yesterday, a Special Court
was held at the Town Hall, at the instance of Robert Hoggarth, lessee of the Tolls, who summoned
several parties for arrears. (6 incl) John Hully, butcher, 18s. None of the defendants appeared.
The following is a copy of a notice handed to the bench at the commncement of the procedings:-
"As Attorney for and on the behalf of John Hully, of Kendal in the County of Westmorland, butcher
(and 4 others) I hereby give you notice that none of them intend to appear at the Town Hall, in Kirkby in
Kendal, in the said County of Westmorland, on Friday the 3rd day of March at two o'clock in the
afternoon, to answer the complaint of Robert Hoggarth. And I give you this further notice that you proceed
herein at your peril. Dated the second day of March, in the year of our Lord, 1837.
Yors, etc
JOHN WILSON. Redman-Yard. Kendal.
To John Atherton, Clerk of the Court of
Requests, for the Town and Parish of
Kirkby in Kendal, in the County of
Westmorland.

1837 13 May - Kendal Mercury - PIGEON SHOOTING AT BORROW BRIDGE INN - On Monday last a celebrated
company of marksmen attended at the above place for the purpose of exhibiting their skill in the science
of shooting pigeons. The prizes were raised by each gentleman subscribing 5s. to have three birds, and
to pay 1s. for each bird. The first in the list of competitors was - Mr. John Hully, butcher, Kendal, Mr. Henry
Atkinson, Howgill, Mr. John Atkinson, Howgill, Mr. Thomas Braithwaite , Howgill. Mr. Hully killed only the
first of his three birds, and won the prize, - the rest escaped the gun almost untouched. After a short
interval a second match was proposed, when Mr. Hully was again the only killer, bringing down two of his
birds. Thus there were only 3 birds killed out of 24; excellent shooting for gentlemen renowned as
sportsmen.

1838 05 Jan - daughter Elizabeth baptised at Kendal father John mother Agnes (IGI).

1838 14 Apr - Westmorland Gazette - BUTCHER MARKET - EASTER SHEW. (inc) Mr. Bourne, of Helsington Laiths,
has five excellent Galloway Scots in the market, two slaughtered by John Hully, two by Brockbank and
Moses Hully, and one by another person.

1838 20 Oct - Kendal Mercury - CARTMEL WRESTLING - (inc.) Sixty -four enterd the ring. The four last standers were
Nelson, Brunskill, John Hlly, Kendal, and Wm. Beetham, Newby Bridge. Brunskill threw Hully with some
trouble, and Nelson threw Beetham. (Nelson was the winner).

1838 29 Dec - Westmorland Gazette - EXTRAORDINARY FEAT - A poney belonging to Mr. John Hully, of this town,
butcher, twelve hands 3 inches high, trotted one mile in three minutes and twenty two seconds on
Monday last, on the Lancaster Road, carrying ten-and-a-half stones.

bef. 1839 - wife died at Kendal - no record found.

1839 25 May - Kendal Mercury - WHITSUNTIDE SPORTS: CROSS KEYS, TEBAY.- On Tuesday last the following
sports came off at this place: Horse Race.- Mr. John Hully's horse, of Kendal, beat Mr. Mark Bewsher's;
stake, one sovereign.

1939 07 Sep - Westmorland Gazette - TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION - ALL that Front Burgage DWELLING-HOUSE and
SHOP, situate on the West-side of Highgate, in the centre of the Town of Kendal, now in the occupation
of Mr. William Court, as Tenant thereof. Also, a FRONT DWELLING-HOUSE and SHOP, in the
occupation of Mr. Wm. Bell, as Tenant thereof. LIkewise SEVEN DWELLING-HOUSES, with the Croft
attached thereto, in the Yard immediately behind the above Front Dwelling-Houses, and now in the
several occupations of (inc) John Hully. (also listed on 21 Sep 1839, 5 Oct 1839, 12 Oct 1839, 3 Oct
1840, 17 Oct 1840, 31 Oct 1840)

1839 10 Oct - dau Elizabeth died at Kendal - see newspaper announcement below.

1839 12 Oct - Kendal Mercury - DEATHS - In Highgate, on Thursday sen., Elizabeth, only daughter of Mr John Hully,
butcher, aged 2 years.

1839 Dec qtr - married Ann Eccles at Settle: Hully John Settle 23 547.

1839 14 Nov - married at Clapham parish church: John Hully Full age Bachelor Farmer Nutta - father Thomas Hully
Farmer ; Ann Eccles Full age Spinster Nutta - father Richard Eccles Farmer. Wits.Alic Lupton, Mile Clark
Hully.

1840 29 Aug - Westmorland Gazette - DAN HILL SPORTS, NEAR STAVELEY WRESTLING FOR HANDSOME SILVER
CUP BY MEN OF ALL WEIGHTS
The ring was ably conducted by three of the most proficient men that ever entered a wrestling ring; Mr.
John Hully, of Kendal, and Mr. Willim Tyson, of Hugill, were the two umpires, and Isaac Collinson, of
Cleabarrow, the referee.

1840 31 Oct - Westmorland Gazette - KENDAL UNION WRESTLING SOCIETY - Tuesday last was the first day
appointed by this society for the competition of the prizes given by it for wrestling, &c. The umpires for the
wrestling were Mr. Ley, saddler, Mr. John Hully, butcher, and Mr. Wilson, famer.

1840 12 Sep - Kendal Mercury - GAME LISTS - County of Westmorland Persons who have obtained GAME
CERTIFICATES for the Year 1840. List (1) GENERAL CERTIFICATES at £4.0s. 10d each. (inc.) Hully,
John, Kendal, Hully Moses, Kendal.

1840 26 Dec - Kendal Mercury - local intelligence - CHRISTMAS MEAT SHOW - The best short-horned cow was
slaughtered by Mr. John Hully, and fed by Mr. Wm. Walker, of Watts’ Field; Mr Hulley also
slaughtered an excellent short-horned heifer fed by Mr. Jas. Machell, of Kendal.

1841 16 Jan - Kendal Mercury-THE GREAT STORM OF 1841 On Sunday morning, Mr John Hully, butcher, started
from Kendal for Orton, on horseback, but had not been long on his journey when he got into a heavy drift
near Grayrigg, from which he was extricated by two of Mr Machell’s gamekeepers. He was obliged to
return to Kendal: but on Monday morning he tried again, and contrived to reach Orton. He them went
round the country by Ravenstonedale, in the way of his business, and returned to Kendal on
Wednesday morning.
On his journey he found the snow heaviest between Kendal and Low Burrowbridge. In Mintsfeet, near
Kendal, the snow, on Sunday morning, lay sixteen inches deep, and between Hay-fell Gate and Low
Burrowbridge it was six feet thick and there a road has been cut at an expense of twenty pounds. The
snow is not so heavy at Orton or Ravenstonedale.

1841 10 Apr - Kendal Mercury - EASTER MEAT SHOW - Mr. John Hully showed three most excellent carcases of beef,
and we should say the best of black-faced or fell sheep, also a good lamb. Messrs Moses Hully and R.
Barrow, had each for show a capital lamb, second to none in the market.

1841 census
HO 107/1163/1 f51 Kendal Court Yd Highgate
John Holly 35 Butcher Y
Ann Holly 35 Y
John Holly 2 Y
Moses Holly 12 Y
George Holly 10 Y
Thomas Holly 9 Y
Ann Roginson 20 F.S. Y

1841 04 Sep - Kendal Mercury - GAME LISTS - County of Westmorland Persons who have obtained GAME
CERTIFICATES for the Year 1840. List (1) GENERAL CERTIFICATES at £4.0s. 10d each. (inc.) Hully,
John, Kendal.

1841 04 Oct - daughter Ann born at Kendal (IGI).

1841 31 Oct - daughter Ann baptised at Kendal father John mother Ann (IGI).

1841 25 Dec - Westmorland Gazette - KENDAL CHRISTMAS BUTCHERS’ MARKET - In beeves the best carcases are
said to be in the hands of Messrs. George Longmire, James Graveson, and John Hully. The cow alluded
to above, as slaughtered by Mr. John Hully, is upwards of twenty stones a quarter, and the yield of tallow
fifteen pounds.

1842 19 Mar - Westmorland Gazette - BOROUGH MAGISTRATES' COURT (inc.) On Friday (yesterday) nine butchers
appeared on summons at the instance of Mr. Grossmith for having their slaugher house in an unhealthy
and filthy state, and particularly that of Mr John Hully, where garbage in a putrid condition was found.
The defendants pleaded that they were not the real occupiers, in which the bench concurred, and ordered
a copy of the bye-laws to be sent to each of the real occupiers.

1842 02 Apr - Westmorland Gazette - LOCAL INTELLIGENCE - KENDAL EASTER BUTCHERS’ MARKET - The best
two fat heifers that were in the market were slaughtered by Mr. John Hully, and Mr. William Banks, the
first of which was fed by Mr. Thomas Armistead, of Eamont Bridge. There were only two lambs exhibited
viz.: one by Mr. Thos. Atkinson, from Mr. Walker’s of Berry Holme, which was decidedly the best, and
the other was slaughtered by Mr. John Hully.

1842 24 Dec - Kendal Mercury - CHRISTMAS SHEW OF MEAT - KENDAL. Mr. John Hulley had three excellent
carcases of meat; and a very fine show of black-faced sheep, with a south-down wether, allowed to be
the best in the marked, fed by Wm. Ellison, Esq., of Sisergh. Messrs Moses Hully and Wm. Simm, have a
short-horned heifer, fed by Mr. Christopher Thwaite of Low Bendrigg.

1843 11 Jun - son James Noble born at Kendal (IGI).

1843 09 Jul - son James Noble baptised at Kendal father John mother Ann (IGI).

1843 16 Dec - Westmorland Gazette - SAD ACCIDENT - On Thursday last, a sad accident befel a young man of the
name of Edward Birkett, a slaughterer, in the employ of Mr. John Hully, butcher, whereby his leg was
broken. It appears that when he was in the act of dressing a carcase he ascended a moveable wooden
bench, when he slipped and fell to the ground , and it was found that his leg had sustained a very bad
fracture.

1844 06 Apr - Kendal Mercury - EASTER MEAT SHEW
At Mr. John Hully’s stall, we noticed an excellent cow, fed by Mr. Noble, of Bird’s Park, near Kendal; he
had an excellent Leicester sheep, from Mr. Ellison of Sizergh, which weighed 40lb. per quarter, and two
good lambs. Moses Hulley showed a superior lamb, and a capital half bred wether, from Mr. Bourne.

1845 24 Feb - son Richard born at Kendal (IGI).

1845 09 Jul - son Richard baptised at Kendal father John mother Ann (IGI).

1845 20 Dec - Westmorland Gazette - CHRISTMAS SHOW OF MEAT
Mr. Ellison’s (Sizergh) short-horned white bullock, five years and seven weeks old , bred and fed by
himself, and slaughtered by Mr. John Hully, weighed 102 st. 5lbs. We are unable to mention the weight
of any of the sheep in the general exhibition, with the exception of a half-Southdown and half-Leicester,
fed by Mr. Ellison, of Sizergh, and slaughtered by Mr. John Hully, which weighed 36½ lbs. to the quarter.

1846 11 Apr - Westmorland Gazette - LOCAL INTELLIGENCE - EASTER SHOW OF MEAT Mr. Moses Hully had also
two excellent lambs. Mr. Moses Hully also had a prime heifer form Mr. Robert Mansergh, of Oxenholme.
Mr. John Hully had an excellent heifer fed by Mr. r. Noble, of Bird’s Park, also another from Meaburn,
feeder’s name not ascertained.

1846 08 Aug - Kendal Mercury - GREAT NORTHERN MEETING AT FLAN - (inc) SECOND DAY'S HEAVY WEIGHTS -
Many a match was contested during the meting, the most remarkable one of which was, perhaps, the
one for £5, between a gentleman named Hully, from Kendal, and a young gentleman named
Ashburner, of Ulverston. Hully was too heavy a cove for the young 'un, and succeeded in grassing him
twice, without the other having a chance.

1847 25 Dec - Westmorland Gazette - CHRISTMAS SHOW OF MEAT - Mr. Thomas Atkinson and Mr. John Hully had
each a very god heifer. In Highland Scots a heifer slaughtered by Mr. Moses Hully excited general
admiration. Mr. John Hully had two half-bred Leicester and Southdowns, bred and fed by Mr. W. Ellison
of Sizergh. Mr. Hully had also a quantity of excellent black-faced mutton, fed by Mr. W. Whitwell, Tolson
Hall.

1848 Mar qtr - dau Margaret born at Kendal RD: Margaret Hully vol 25 page 476 (FreeBMD).

1848 01 Jul - Kendal Mercury - DIED - On Sunday last, Margaret, infant daughter of Mr John Hully, butcher, of this town,
aged 6 months.

1848 23 Dec - Westmorland Gazette - CHRISTMAS SHOW OF MEAT - BEEF - First prize (1l) to Mr. Moses Hully, for a
heifer fed by Mr. Morton, of Skelsmergh. MUTTON - Second prize (10s.) to Mr. John Hully, for a sheep
fed by Mr. Ellison, of Sizergh.

1849 22 Dec - Kendal Mercury - CHRISTMAS MEAT SHOW. PREMIUMS GIVEN BY THE KENDAL AGRICULTURAL
SOCIETY, 1849
CATTLE -
3. Mr. John Hully - a short-horned heifer, fed by Mr. Nathan Gough, of FowlIng.
4. Mr. Moses Hully - a short-horned heifer, fed by Mr. Bourne, of Helsington Laithes.
SHEEP -
3 Mr. John Hully - Leicester wether, from Mr. William Ellison, Sizergh
3. Mr. John Hully - Leicester wether, from Mr. William Ellison, Sizergh
4. Mr. John Hully - Leicester wether, from Mr. William Ellison, jun. Sizergh
5. Mr. John Hully - Leicester wether, from Mr. Parker, Yanwath Hall, near Penrith
6. Mr. Moses Hully - Half-bred South-down wether, from Mr. Daniel Harrison, Kendal.
7. Mr. Moses Hully - Half-bred South-down wether, from Mr. Daniel Harrison, Kendal.
CALVES -
2. Mr. John Hully - from Mr. Thomas Dixon, of Missenthwaite, near Staveley.
3. Mr. Moses Hully - from Mr. John Jackson, of Natland.
Prize awarded to No. 3.
Mr. John Hully had also two very good heifers, besides the one which contended for the premium, one
from Bourne and the other fed by himself, and 25 high-fed white and black-faced wethers.
Mr. M. Hully had a lot of 16 half-bred Leicesters and other ......

1851 census
HO 107/2442 WESTMORLAND Kendal 252 Finkle Street
John Hully Head M 48 Butcher Yorks Bentham
Ann Hully Wife M 48 Westmorland Orton
Moses Hully Son 23 Westmorland Kendal
George Hully Son 21 Westmorland Kendal
Francis Hully Son 19 Westmorland Kendal
Thomas Hully Son 18 Westmorland Kendal
John Hully Son 11 Scholar Westmorland Kendal
Ann Hully Dau 10 Scholar Westmorland Kendal
*John Noble Hully Son 8 Scholar Westmorland Kendal
Richard Hully Son 6 Scholar Westmorland Kendal
Ann Travers Serv 22 House Servant Westmorland Whinfell
William Faulken Bord 25 Malster Westmorland (blank)
*baptised as James Noble Hully

1861 census
RG 9/3970 fs15, 15rev Kendal Finkle Street
John Hully Head Mar 58 Butcher Yorks Bentham
Ann Hully Wife Mar 58 Westmorland Orton
Moses Hully Son 33 Butcher Westmorland Kendal
Thomas Hully Son Un 27 Butcher Westmorland Kendal
John Hully Son 22 Westmorland Kendal
Ann Hully Dau 19 Dress Maker Westmorland Kendal
James N Hully Son Un 17 Scholar Westmorland Kendal
Richard Hully Son Un 16 Scholar Westmorland Kendal
Mary Jackson Serv Un 20 Servant Westmorland Kendal
Thomas Fenton Boarder Un 23 Joiner Westmorland Kendal

1866 Dec qtr - died at Kendal RD

1867 13 Apr - Westmorland Gazette - Mr. John Hully, deceased. PURSUANT to the Act of the 22nd and 23rd Vict., c.
35.intituled "An Act to further amend the Law of Property relieve Trustees,"
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
That Creditors and all other Persons having claims or demands against the ESTATE of JOHN HULLY,
late of Kendal, in the County of Westmorland, Farmer (who died on the 22nd day of December, 1866)
are hereby required to send in particulars of such claims or demands to me, the undersigned, the
Solicitor for Moses Hully, of Kendal aforesaid (Brother of the deceased), Butcher, and Jonas Laycock, of
the same place, Gentleman, the Executors of the said deceased, on or before the 15th day of June,
1867; at the expiration of which time the Executors will proceed to distribute the Assets of the said
deceased among the parties entitles thereto, having regard to the claims of which they have had notice,
and they will not be liable for the Assets or any pat thereof so distributed to any Creditor or other person
of whose claim they shall not then have had notice.
Dated this 11th day of April, 1867.
CHAS. WM. GRANT, Kendal, Solicitors for the Executors

Note by ?Alfred Hully b 1918.

I In 1829 Moses and son John butchers in Kendal. Many records of Moses b. 1816 and John right through
to 1871 Voter Registers, shopkeepers. John was a witness at the marriage of our GG/father with James
Noble, brother of John's second wife Ann. James Noble Hulley kept a grocer's shop in Kendal 1863 -
1877. Moses, John and their 4 wives are all buried in the same churchyard in Kendal.


Note by Nigel Hully Mar 2003:

It seems that Moses (b1766) went to Orton between 1803 and 1808 as a farmer. His three daughters were
married there and three more children were born there. In 1829 he was a butcher in Kendal with his sons
Francis (b1800) and John (b1803). Francis went back to Orton in 1837 to marry and left his brother John
and another brother Moses (b1816) to carry on the butchery business. They had shops in the Market
Place. Francis was a farmer with 60 acres in 1851, He also had a cousin Francis (1796-1873) son of
Moses (b1766) brother Thomas (b1769) a farmer near Kendal 1857.


Agnes Robinson

1827 19 Jun - married John Hully at Ravenstonedale (IGI).

1828 22 Jun - son Moses baptised at Kendal father John mother Agnes (IGI).

1829 28 Aug - son George baptised at Kendal father John mother Agnes (IGI).

1832 05 Jan - son Francis baptised at Kendal father John mother Agnes (IGI).

1833 19 Aug - John and Agnes Hully witnesses at the marriage of Elizabeth Hully and William
Robinson.

1833 22 Sep - son Thomas baptised at Kendal father John mother Agnes (IGI).

1838 05 Jan - daughter Elizabeth baptised at Kendal father John mother Agnes (IGI).

1834 14 Jun - Westmorland Gazette - Saturday 14 June 1834 Deaths - On Wednesday last, of comsumption, in her
31st year, at the house of her father in Ravenstonedale, Agnes, the wife of John Hully, butcher, in this
town, leaving three children and a husband to bewail her loss. She was a faithful partner, a kind and
affectionate mother, and a sincere friend.

1834 21 Jun - Kendal Mercury - DIED On Wednesday week, in her 31st year, at the house of her father, in
Ravenstonedale, Agnes, wife of Mr. J. Hully, butcher, Kendal.

Note by ?Alfred Hully b 1918.

In 1829 Moses and son John butchers in Kendal. Many records of Moses b. 1816 and John right through
to 1871 Voter Registers, shopkeepers. John was a witness at the marriage of our GG/father with James
Noble, brother of John's second wife Ann. James Noble Hulley kept a grocer's shop in Kendal 1863 -
1877. Moses, John and their 4 wives are all buried in the same churchyard in Kendal.


108. Francis Hully

1832 5 Jan - baptised at Kendal father John mother Agnes (IGI).

1851 census
HO 107/2442 WESTMORLAND Kendal 252 Finkle Street
John Hully Head M 48 Butcher Yorks Bentham
Ann Hully Wife M 48 Westmorland Orton
Moses Hully Son 23 Westmorland Kendal
George Hully Son 21 Westmorland Kendal
Francis Hully Son 19 Westmorland Kendal
Thomas Hully Son 18 Westmorland Kendal
John Hully Son 11 Scholar Westmorland Kendal
Ann Hully Dau 10 Scholar Westmorland Kendal
*John Noble Hully Son 8 Scholar Westmorland Kendal
Richard Hully Son 6 Scholar Westmorland Kendal
Ann Travers Serv 22 House Servant Westmorland Whinfell
William Faulken Bord 25 Malster Westmorland (blank)
*baptised as James Noble Hully


109. Thomas Hully

1833 22 Sep - baptised at Kendal father John mother Agnes (IGI).

1841 census
HO 107/1163/1 f51 Kendal Court Yd Highgate
John Holly 35 Butcher Y
Ann Holly 35 Y
John Holly 2 Y
Moses Holly 12 Y
George Holly 10 Y
Thomas Holly 9 Y
Ann Roginson 20 F.S. Y

1851 census
HO 107/2442 WESTMORLAND Kendal 252 Finkle Street
John Hully Head M 48 Butcher Yorks Bentham
Ann Hully Wife M 48 Westmorland Orton
Moses Hully Son 23 Westmorland Kendal
George Hully Son 21 Westmorland Kendal
Thomas Hully Son 18 Westmorland Kendal
John Hully Son 11 Scholar Westmorland Kendal
Ann Hully Dau 10 Scholar Westmorland Kendal
*John Noble Hully Son 8 Scholar Westmorland Kendal
Richard Hully Son 6 Scholar Westmorland Kendal
Ann Travers Serv 22 House Servant Westmorland Whinfell
William Faulken Bord 25 Malster Westmorland (blank)
*baptised as James Noble Hully

1861 census
RG 9/3970 fs15, 15rev Kendal Finkle Street
John Hully Head Mar 58 Butcher Yorks Bentham
Ann Hully Wife Mar 58 Westmorland Orton
Moses Hully Son 33 Butcher Westmorland Kendal
Thomas Hully Son Un 27 Butcher Westmorland Kendal
John Hully Son 22 Westmorland Kendal
Ann Hully Dau 19 Dress Maker Westmorland Kendal
James N Hully Son Un 17 Scholar Westmorland Kendal
Richard Hully Son Un 16 Scholar Westmorland Kendal
Mary Jackson Serv Un 20 Servant Westmorland Kendal
Thomas Fenton Boarder Un 23 Joiner Westmorland Kendal

1871 census
RG 10/5272f101r Ravenstonedale Gars
John Robinson Head M 69 Farmer of 61 Acres Westmld Orton Parish
Esther Robinson Wife M 70 Farmer's Wife ( + Servt) Cumb Whitehaven
Thos. Hully Neph U 37 Farm Servant Westmld Kendal

1890 9 Feb - died at Kendal - see Probate index entry below.

1890 24 Feb - Probate index entry:
HULLY Thomas Administration of the Personal Estate of Thomas Hully late of
Stricklandgate in Kendal in the County of Westmoreland Labourer a Bachelor who
died 9 Feb 1890 at Stricklandgate was granted at Carlisle to Moses Hully of Kendal
Cattle Dealer the Brother and one of the Next of Kin. Personal Estate £150.


Ann Eccles

1839 Dec qtr - married John Hully at Settle: Hully John Settle 23 547.

1839 14 Nov - married at Clapham parish church: John Hully Full age Bachelor Farmer Nutta - father Thomas Hully
Farmer ; Ann Eccles Full age Spinster Nutta - father Richard Eccles Farmer. Wits.Alic Lupton, Mile Clark
Hully.

1841 census
HO 107/1163/1 f51 Kendal Court Yd Highgate
John Holly 35 Butcher Y
Ann Holly 35 Y
John Holly 2 Y
Moses Holly 12 Y
George Holly 10 Y
Thomas Holly 9 Y
Ann Roginson 20 F.S. Y

1841 4 Oct - daughter Ann born at Kendal (IGI).

1841 31 Oct - daughter Ann baptised at Kendal father John mother Ann (IGI).

1843 11 Jun - son James Noble born at Kendal (IGI).

1843 9 Jul - son James Noble baptised at Kendal father John mother Ann (IGI).

1845 24 Feb - son Richard born at Kendal (IGI).

1845 9 Jul - son Richard baptised at Kendal father John mother Ann (IGI).

1848 Mar qtr - dau Margaret born at Kendal RD: Margaret Hully vol 25 page 476 (FreeBMD).

1848 01 Jul - Kendal Mercury - DIED - On Sunday last, Margaret, infant daughter of Mr John Hully, butcher, of this town,
aged 6 months.

1850 26 Oct - Westmorland Gazette

1851 census
HO 107/2442 WESTMORLAND Kendal 252 Finkle Street
John Hully Head M 48 Butcher Yorks Bentham
Ann Hully Wife M 48 Westmorland Orton
Moses Hully Son 23 Westmorland Kendal
George Hully Son 21 Westmorland Kendal
Thomas Hully Son 18 Westmorland Kendal
John Hully Son 11 Scholar Westmorland Kendal
Ann Hully Dau 10 Scholar Westmorland Kendal
*John Noble Hully Son 8 Scholar Westmorland Kendal
Richard Hully Son 6 Scholar Westmorland Kendal
Ann Travers Serv 22 House Servant Westmorland Whinfell
William Faulken Bord 25 Malster Westmorland (blank)
*baptised as James Noble Hully

1861 census
RG 9/3970 fs15, 15rev Kendal Finkle Street
John Hully Head Mar 58 Butcher Yorks Bentham
Ann Hully Wife Mar 58 Westmorland Orton
Moses Hully Son 33 Butcher Westmorland Kendal
Thomas Hully Son Un 27 Butcher Westmorland Kendal
John Hully Son 22 Westmorland Kendal
Ann Hully Dau 19 Dress Maker Westmorland Kendal
James N Hully SoN Un 17 Scholar Westmorland Kendal
Richard Hully Son Un 16 Scholar Westmorland Kendal
Mary Jackson Serv Un 20 Servant Westmorland Kendal
Thomas Fenton Boarder Un 23 Joiner Westmorland Kendal


Note by ?Alfred Hully b 1918.

In 1829 Moses and son John butchers in Kendal. Many records of Moses b. 1816 and
John right throughh to 1871 Voter Registers, shopkeepers. John was a witness at the
marriage of our GG/father with James Noble, brother of John's second wife Ann. James
Noble Hulley kept a grocer's shop in Kendal 1863 - 1877.
Moses, John and their 4 wives are all buried in the same churchyard in Kendal.


110. Elizabeth Hully

1838 5 Jan - baptised at Kendal father John mother Agnes (IGI).

1839 10 Oct - died at Kendal - see newspaper announcement below.

1839 12 Oct - Kendal Mercury - DEATHS - In Highgate, on Thursday sen., Elizabeth, only daughter of Mr John Hully,
butcher, aged 2 years.


111. John Hully

1841 - born at Kendal - see 1851 census below.

1841 census
HO 107/1163/1 f51 Kendal Court Yd Highgate
John Holly 35 Butcher Y
Ann Holly 35 Y
John Holly 2 Y
Moses Holly 12 Y
George Holly 10 Y
Thomas Holly 9 Y
Ann Roginson 20 F.S. Y

1851 census
HO 107/2442 WESTMORLAND Kendal 252 Finkle Street
John Hully Head M 48 Butcher Yorks Bentham
Ann Hully Wife M 48 Westmorland Orton
Moses Hully Son 23 Westmorland Kendal
George Hully Son 21 Westmorland Kendal
Thomas Hully Son 18 Westmorland Kendal
John Hully Son 11 Scholar Westmorland Kendal
Ann Hully Dau 10 Scholar Westmorland Kendal
*John Noble Hully Son 8 Scholar Westmorland Kendal
Richard Hully Son 6 Scholar Westmorland Kendal
Ann Travers Serv 22 House Servant Westmorland Whinfell
William Faulken Bord 25 Malster Westmorland (blank)
*baptised as James Noble Hully

1861 census
RG 9/3970 fs15, 15rev Kendal Finkle Street
John Hully Head Mar 58 Butcher Yorks Bentham
Ann Hully Wife Mar 58 Westmorland Orton
Moses Hully Son 33 Butcher Westmorland Kendal
Thomas Hully Son Un 27 Butcher Westmorland Kendal
John Hully Son 22 Westmorland Kendal
Ann Hully Dau 19 Dress Maker Westmorland Kendal
James N Hully Son Un 17 Scholar Westmorland Kendal
Richard Hully Son Un 16 Scholar Westmorland Kendal
Mary Jackson Serv Un 20 Servant Westmorland Kendal
Thomas Fenton Boarder Un 23 Joiner Westmorland Kendal

1867 02 Nov - Westmorland Gazette - KENDAL COUNTY COURT - JOHN HULLY v. JAMES WELLS
Mr. C. G. Thomson appeared for the plaintiff in this case, which was an action to recover 20l., which had
been deposited in defendant’s hands. It appeared that a wager had been made in the Globe Inn ,
between the plaintiff and a man named Speight, as to whether a certain skin belonging to plaintiff was a
lamb skin or a sheep skin. The plaintiff laid 20l. to one, that it was a lamb skin, and the money was
deposited in defendant’s hands. All the three parties were butchers. The wager was to be decided by
reference to the two skinners of Kendal, and by the man who bred and fed and killed the animal, but the
plaintiff said he could get no decision of the bet, and upon his demanding his own deposit of 20l. he
could not get that either.
The JUDGE said the defendant must pay the stakes back to the parties. By not doing so he had brought
the cost of the present action upon himself.

1871 census
RG 10/5286 f3r Kendal 42 Highgate Dolphin Inn
Thomas Gass Head M 37 Licensed Victualler & Auctioneer Westmld Ubarrow
Emma Gass Wife M 38 (+ 3 chn 2 svts 4 visitors) Westmld Ubarrow
John Hully Ldger U 31 Butcher Westmld Kendal


113. James Noble Hully

1843 Sep qtr - born at Kendal RD: Hully James Noble Kendal 25 465 (GRO).

1843 11 Jun - born at Kendal (IGI). father John mother Ann

1843 9 Jul - baptised at Kendal father John mother Ann (IGI).

1851 census
HO 107/2442 WESTMORLAND Kendal 252 Finkle Street
John Hully Head M 48 Butcher Yorks Bentham
Ann Hully Wife M 48 Westmorland Orton
Moses Hully Son 23 Westmorland Kendal
George Hully Son 21 Westmorland Kendal
Thomas Hully Son 18 Westmorland Kendal
John Hully Son 11 Scholar Westmorland Kendal
Ann Hully Dau 10 Scholar Westmorland Kendal
*John Noble Hully Son 8 Scholar Westmorland Kendal
Richard Hully Son 6 Scholar Westmorland Kendal
Ann Travers Serv 22 House Servant Westmorland Whinfell
William Faulken Bord 25 Malster Westmorland (blank)
*baptised as James Noble Hully

1861 census
RG 9/3970 fs15, 15rev Kendal Finkle Street
John Hully Head Mar 58 Butcher Yorks Bentham
Ann Hully Wife Mar 58 Westmorland Orton
Moses Hully Son 33 Butcher Westmorland Kendal
Thomas Hully Son Un 27 Butcher Westmorland Kendal
John Hully Son 22 Westmorland Kendal
Ann Hully Dau 19 Dress Maker Westmorland Kendal
James N Hully Son Un 17 Scholar Westmorland Kendal
Richard Hully Son Un 16 Scholar Westmorland Kendal
Mary Jackson Serv Un 20 Servant Westmorland Kendal
Thomas Fenton Boarder Un 23 Joiner Westmorland Kendal

1870 08 Oct - Kendal Mercury - TROUTBECK (WINDERMERE) SHEEP ASSOCIATION AWARDS (inc.)
A Silver Cup, value three guineas, given by Mr. Jas, N. Hully, grocer, Kendal for the best pen of five
Herdwick ewes, of any age, and five gimmer lambs, in the hands of the breeder, all of one ear mark, and
one ram, without restrictions. The competition for this prize to be confined to the townships of Troutbeck
and Applethwaite.

1871 census
RG 10/5286 f61r Kendal 2 Beech Hill Terrace
James N. Hully Head M 27 Grocer Westmld Kendal
Elizth Hully Wife M 25 Westmld Kendal
Margt A. Atkinson Visitor 14 Servant Westmld Kendal

1872 31 Aug - Lancaster Gazette - LIST OF VISITORS AT MORECAMBE - CALTON TERRACE
Miss Pedder’s (incl.) Mr & Mrs J. Hully, Kendal.

1874 05 Dec - Lancaster Gazette - KENDAL MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS - PETITIONS AGAINST TOWN COUNCILLORS.
Two petitions have been filed in the Court of Common Pleas against the return of the four members of
the Town Council elected for the North and West Wards on the 2nd of November. The petitions were file
on Wednesday, and copies were forwarded from the Court of Common Pleas to the Town Clerk on
Thursday. The petitioners in the West Ward are James Stewart Campbell (Editor of the Mercury), James
Bell, 98, Highgate, innkeeper, George Rigg, 15, Entry-lane, and James Coward, 41, Low Fell-side,
carpenter.
They alleged that Mr. I. W. Wilson, Mr. J. C. Braithwaite, and Mr. James Noble Hully were by themselves
and others guilty of bribery, treating, corrupt practices, and undue influence during the election, whereby
the two former gentlemen are incapacitated from serving as councillors, and whereby the candidature of
Mr Hully was unduly promoted; that Mr. Wilson and Mr. Braithwaite employed certain burgesses as paid
canvassers and agents, that these burgesses voted in their favour, and that these votes ought to be
struck off; and similarly in respect of Mr. Hully, and that the majority of votes declared by the returning
officer to be in favour of Messrs. Braithwaite and Wilson was only an apparent and colourable majority,
inasmuch as divers persons who voted in their favour were not legally entitled to vote.
The petitioners pray that the election of Messrs. Braithwaite and Wilson may be declared null and void;
that they, together with Mr. Hully, may be declared to have been guilty of corrupt practices, under the
“Corrupt Practices (Municipal Elections) Act, 1872,” and that they may be ordered to pay all the costs
attending the petition. In the North Ward the petitioners are George John McKay, and Richard Russell,
the defeated candidates at the late election, and their allegations against Mr. Bateson and Mr. Henry
Thompson are similar to those of the petitioners in the West Ward.
They pray that the election of Messrs. Thompson and Bateson may be declared null and void; that they
may be declared to have been guilty of corrupt practices and ordered to pay all costs, and that the
petitioners may be declared duly elected.

1875 16 Jan - Lancaster Gazette - KENDAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION PETITIONS - This is a full report of the above court
case which was held at the Town Hall, Kendal over two days. The entries for James Noble Hully are
shown below.
The Judge asked how it came about that Mr. Hully was a respondent, as he had not been elected. The
inquiry was in substance a proceeding in the nature of a quo warranto. If Mr. Hully was not elected, no
quo warranto could lie against him, and he could not see how he could be made a respondent.
Mr. Biron mentioned that he was not instructed to appear for Mr. Hully.
The Judge said he had great difficulty in seeing how Mr. Hully could be included in the petition.
Mr. Torr said it was quite true that that inquiry fulfilled one of the objects of a quo warranto; but a person
who had misconducted himself in his endeavour to get elected, whether elected or not, was a proper
person to be made a respondent, and might be joined in a petition with those who had been successful.
But, olf course, in his case the judgement would be different. Against the persons who had succeeded
in being declared elected, the judgement would be the loss of their seats, but if it was found that Mr.
Hully had been guilty of malpractices, then for the period of time for which he might have sat in the
Council, if elected, he would be declared ineligible for that office.
Mr. Torr said it appeared to him that he ought to give Mr. Hully, though he was against him, every
opportunity of setting forth what his defence to this charge was, and if his Honour would sanction it he
would call that respondent into the box, and they would hear what he had to say.
His Honour felt some difficulty with regard to Hully, considering that he was not there as a respondent at
all, and they could only make inquiry about his conduct with a view to the report. Inasmuch that nothing
that Hully might say would influence this case it might be the more convenient course to have him in the
box.
A discussion between his Honour and Mr. Torr arose and Hully was called into the box.
J. N. Hully said that he was a candidate for election at the last election.
Mr. Torr: Were you at the early committee meeting when the candidates were put forward?
Mr Biron: Mr. Hully was in no way connected with the gentleman, I repeat.
Witness: I had little to do with it. I was not good enough. (Laughter.)
Mr. Torr: Did you know when you employed the men as canvassers they were voters?
Witness: I did not know that I was doing anything wrong.
The Commissioner: Did you know that when you employed voters it was illegal?
Witness: I did not.
The Commissioner: How many did you employ?
Witness: I don’t know - four or five. There is (waving his hands towards the crowd) - there is a whole
regiment of them. (Laughter.)
The Commissioner: Did you know their names?
Witness: Barrow, Simpson, Hilbreck, and (by the kindness of the Court) he added Gould and another.
The Commissioner: Did you know they were voters?
Witness: I told them not to vote.
The Commissioner: Did you pay them personally?
Witness: I paid them 3s. per day.
The Commissioner: Did you pay them yourself?
Witness: I paid them myself.
Mr. Torr: Did you employ one of the name of Jameson?
Witness: No.
Mr. Torr: Did he not ask for the other on week day and you on the Sundays?
Witness: Not to my knowledge.
The Commissioner: Did you pay him?
Witness: No.
Mr. Torr: Who brought you out?
Witness: Oh, that’s it (Laughter.)
The Commissioner: Who nominated you?
Witness: Mr. Moorhouse nominate me, and Mr. Watson (pointing to him) offered to square me off for
twelve guineas. (Laughter and cheers in court.)
Mr. Torr interposed, and it was suggested to the Court that the remark had reference to some
negotiations of recent date, and not in the time of the election.
The Commissioner (addressing Mr. Hully) showed him that he had acted indiscreetly, and also acted
illegally, and that it would be his duty to report him guilty of such acts; and cautioned him.

1875 19 Jan - Belfast News-Letter - Paid Canvassers. The petitions against the recent municipal elections at Kendal
were tried last week at the Town Hall before Mr Dowdeswell, Q.C, one of the commissioners. The
respondents were ordered to pay costs, and a Mr Hully, who had stood as a candidate, was informed
that he would be reported as a person liable to disqualification for offences against the Corrupt
Practices (Municipal Elections) Act, 1872.

1877 03 Jul - made Will - copy held.

1877 Sep qtr - died at Kendal RD: Hully James Noble 33 Kendal 10b 374 (GRO).

1877 21 Aug - died at Kendal - see will below.

1877 31 Aug - HULLY James Noble (Effects under £100) The Will of James Noble Hully late of Kendal in the County of
Westmoreland Grocer who died 21 Aug 1877 at Kendal was proved at Carlisle by John Monkhouse of
6a Kent Street in Kendal Accountant sole Executor according to the tenor.

1877 01 Sep - Lancaster Gazette - Deaths -Kendal - On the 21st ult., Mr. James Noble Hully, aged 33 Years.

Note by ?Alfred Hully b 1918.

In 1829 Moses and son John butchers in Kendal. Many records of Moses b. 1816 and John right through
to 1871 Voter Registers, shopkeepers. John was a witness at the marriage of our GG/father with James
Noble, brother of John's second wife Ann. James Noble Hulley kept a grocer's shop in Kendal 1863 -
1877. Moses, John and their 4 wives are all buried in the same churchyard in Kendal.


Elizabeth ......

1846 - born at Kendal - see 1871 census below.

1871 census
RG 10/5286 f61r Kendal 2 Beech Hill Terrace
James N. Hully Head M 27 Grocer Westmld Kendal
Elizth Hully Wife M 25 Westmld Kendal
Margt A. Atkinson Visitor 14 Servant Westmld Kendal


115. Margaret Hully

1848 Mar qtr - born at Kendal RD: Margaret Hully vol 25 page 476 (FreeBMD).

1848 01 Jul - Kendal Mercury - DIED - On Sunday last, Margaret, infant daughter of Mr John Hully, butcher, of this town,
aged 6 months.


72. Moses Hully

1816 31 Mar - baptised at Orton, Westmorland: Moses Hulley father Moses (IGI).

1828-29 - PIGOT'S GENERAL DIRECTORY WESTMORLAND Kendal Butchers Hully Moses, New shambles.

1835 01 Aug - Westmorland Gazette - Saturday 01 August 1835; JUSTICE - Moses Hully was on Friday bound over to
keep the peace for twelve months, himself in £20 and two surities in £10 each, on a charge of assaulting
one John Kirwan, coach-maker, in a street row on the preceding Saturday night.

1835 8 Dec - married Elizabeth Tebay at Kendal.

1835 12 Dec - Lancaster Gazette - Marriages - Same Place (Kendal) Mr. Moses Hully, butcher, To Miss Elizabeth
Tebay, of Crosby Ravensworth. (also in the Westmorland Gazette of the same date).

1836 05 Mar - Westmorland Gazette - CONVICTION- Pigeon shooting is now become one of the fashionable
amusements of the day, and practised both publicly and privately, some keep right and some get wrong;
in the latter predicament was Moses Hully, who yesterday week shot a pigeon on a house top in the
Market Place, and was yesterday convicted in the penalty of 20s. and costs before the Magistrates. It
may be well to inform pigeon fanciers that by 7th and 8th Geo. 4, for every pigeon shot at and killed or
wounded, the parties offending are liable to be convicted in the penalty of of 40s. over and above the
value of the bird, so that two or thre shots a day would prove rather an expensive amusement.

1836 9 Oct - son John born at Kendal: John Hully father Moses mother Elizabeth (IGI).

1838 14 Apr - Westmorland Gazette - BUTCHER MARKET - EASTER SHEW. (inc) Mr. Bourne, of Helsington Laiths,
has five excellent Galloway Scots in the market, two slaughtered by John Hully, two by Brockbank and
Moses Hully, and one by another person.

1838 15 Jul - daughter Elizabeth born at Kendal: Elizabeth Hully father Moses mother Elizabeth (IGI).

1839 30 Mar - Westmorland Gazette - EASTER SHOW OF BUTCHER MEAT
It is said, and we believe justly, that the best carcase of any breed produced, was fed by Charles
Bourne, Esq. of Helsington Laiths, and slaughtered by Moses Hully. William Bell, John Hully, William
Knowles, and Thomas Winter, slaughtered each a heifer fed by Mr. Bourne.

1839 07 Sep - Kendal Mercury - Sporting Intelligence - BE HIVE SPORTS, NEAR KENDAL.
The pigeon shooting for a fat sheep was won by Moses Hully of Kendal.

1840 26 Mar - daughter Agnes born at Kendal (IGI).

1840 24 Apr - daughter Agnes baptised at Kendal: Agnes Hully father Moses mother Elizabeth (IGI).

1840 31 Oct - Westmorland Gazette - KENDAL UNION WRESTLING SOCIETY - Tuesday last was the first day
appointed by this society for the competition of the prizes given by it for wrestling, &c. The umpires for the
wrestling were Mr. Ley, saddler, Mr. John Hully, butcher, and Mr. Wilson, farmer.
SECOND ROUND - Stood - James Braithwaite - Fell - Moses Hully

1840 12 Sep - Kendal Mercury - GAME LISTS - County of Westmorland - Persons who have obtained GAME
CERTIFICATES for the Year 1840. List (1) GENERAL CERTIFICATES at £4.0s. 10d each. (inc.) Hully,
John, Kendal, Hully Moses, Kendal.

1841 23 Jan - Kendal Mercury - DIED - On Friday the 15th instant, Agnes, infant daughter of Mr Moses Hully, butcher,
Finkle -street.

1841 10 Apr - Kendal Mercury - EASTER MEAT SHOW - Mr. John Hully showed three most excellent carcases of beef,
and we should say the best of black-faced or fell sheep, also a good lamb. Messrs Moses Hully and R.
Barrow, had each for show a capital lamb, second to none in the market.

1841 17 Apr - Westmorland Gazette - KENDAL OPERATIVE WRESTLING - FIRST ROUND - Stood - Moses Hully,
Kendal Fell - Joseph Leather, Kendal

1842 05 Feb - Kendal Mercury - POLICE - TOWN HALL - SATURDAY - FRIDAY Moses Hully of the New Shambles ,
butcher, appeared upon a summons to answer the complaint of Wm. Hay, also a butcher in the same
locality, for breaking, on Tuesday last, his hazel-dappled walking stick. Hayton, who is blind, said the
defendant kept a dog, to the annoyance of all the butchers in the shambles. On the day mentioned the
dog came into his shop and commenced gnawing the meat, and he threw his stiock at it; the defendant
immediately seized it and broke it. Ordered to pay costs and make the stick good.

1842 23 Mar - son Moses born at Kendal (IGI).

1842 17 Apr - son Moses baptised at Kendal: Moses Hully father Moses mother Elizabeth (IGI).

1843 15 Apr - Westmorland Gazette - Local Intelligence - PIGEON SHOOTING - A pigeon shooting came off on Friday
afternoon last, in a field in Peat lane, for a sweepstakes, at three birds each, which was won by Mr. M.
Hully, beating six or eight others, in killing all his birds.

1843 30 Sep - Kendal Mercury - POLICE, KENDAL. WEDNESDAY, 20TH (Before E. Wilson, Esq.)
DISORDERLY - George Simpson, of Berry Holme, was charged with being drunk and assaulting Mr
Moses Hully and several other persons at Berry Holme. Simpson was very outrageous; and so it seems
were his captors; for they tie his hands behind his back and after putting him into Mr. Hulley’s spring cart
to bring him to Kendal, they lashed his legs to the bottom of the vehicle. Subsequently such a number of
constables and others got into the cart, that the shafts were broken off; and eventually the vehicle
containing the prisoner was dragged in to Kendal by the complainants, and the horse was led to the
town, we suppose to be convinced of the inferiority of men in his vocation . As nobody appeared against
Simpson, he was remanded till Friday, when he was discharged for want of a prosecutor. The
defendant had his head plaistered up on each side, his face bore marks of several blows, and both his
eyes were black and swollen. .Rustic constables have certainly queer ideas concerning justice, and the
treatment of persons in custody.

1843 07 Oct - Westmorland Gazette - LOCAL INTELLIGENCE - SINGULAR CASE OF ASSAULT
Yesterday (Friday) Mr. Carr, of the White Hart Inn, in this town, appeared upon summons of having
assaulted a dog belonging to Mr. Moses Hully. butcher. The facts were shortly these , viz: that the dog
had been prowling in the yard of the inn, when Mr. Carr had kicked it. the Bench dismissed the case, but
ordered the defendant to pay 2s. costs.

1844 06 Apr - Kendal Mercury - EASTER MEAT SHEW
At Mr. John Hully’s stall, we noticed an excellent cow, fed by Mr. Noble, of Bird’s Park, near Kendal; he
had an excellent Leicester sheep, from Mr. Ellison of Sizergh, which weighed 40lb. per quarter, and two
good lambs. Moses Hulley showed a superior lamb, and a capital half bred wether, from Mr. Bourne.

1844 24 Jun - daughter Anne born at Kendal (IGI).

1844 14 Oct - daughter Anne baptised at Kendal: Ann(i)e Hully father Moses mother Elizabeth (IGI).

1845 14 Jun - Westmorland Gazette - SERIOUS ACCIDENT - (inc.) The gig was brought back by Mr. Hully, butcher,
who conveyed Mr. Bryant in it to Kendal, where surgical aid was administered.

1845 20 Sep - daughter Hannah born at Kendal (IGI).

1845 22 Oct - daughter Hannah baptised at Kendal: Hannah Hully father Moses mother Elizabeth (IGI).

1846 11 Apr - Westmorland Gazette - LOCAL INTELLIGENCE - EASTER SHOW OF MEAT Mr. Moses Hully had also
two excellent lambs. Mr. Moses Hully also had a prime heifer form Mr. Robert Mansergh, of Oxenholme.
Mr. John Hully had an excellent heifer fed by Mr. r. Noble, of Bird’s Park, also another from Meaburn,
feeder’s name not ascertained.

1847 25 Dec - Westmorland Gazette - CHRISTMAS SHOW OF MEAT - Mr. Thomas Atkinson and Mr. John Hully had
each a very god heifer. In Highland Scots a heifer slaughtered by Mr. Moses Hully excited general
admiration. Mr. John Hully had two half-bred Leicester and Southdowns, bred and fed by Mr. W. Ellison
of Sizergh. Mr. Hully had also a quantity of excellent black-faced mutton, fed by Mr. W. Whitwell, Tolson
Hall.

1848 Mar qtr - son Thomas born at Kendal - GRO indexes.

1848 23 Dec - Westmorland Gazette - CHRISTMAS SHOW OF MEAT - BEEF - First prize (1l) to Mr. Moses Hully, for a
heifer fed by Mr. Morton, of Skelsmergh. MUTTON - Second prize (10s.) to Mr. John Hully, for a sheep
fed by Mr. Ellison, of Sizergh.

1849 17 Nov - Kendal Mercury - THE BOARD OF HEALTH - HE NEW BUILDINGS ON HOUSE OF CORRECTION
HILL. MR. BINTLEY, the Surveyor to the Board, reported that he had had an interview with Mr. Moses
Hully, relative to an alleged encroachment on the public road, by railing before a number of houses in
process of building, and that Mr. Hully was in consultation with his solicitor on the subject, but that he
would not proceed further with the railing until an arrangement had been made, one way or the other.

1849 22 Dec - Kendal Mercury - CHRISTMAS MEAT SHOW. PREMIUMS GIVEN BY THE KENDAL AGRICULTURAL
SOCIETY, 1849
CATTLE -
3. Mr. John Hully - a short-horned heifer, fed by Mr. Nathan Gough, of FowlIng.
4. Mr. Moses Hully - a short-horned heifer, fed by Mr. Bourne, of Helsington Laithes.
SHEEP -
3 Mr. John Hully - Leicester wether, from Mr. William Ellison, Sizergh
3. Mr. John Hully - Leicester wether, from Mr. William Ellison, Sizergh
4. Mr. John Hully - Leicester wether, from Mr. William Ellison, jun. Sizergh
5. Mr. John Hully - Leicester wether, from Mr. Parker, Yanwath Hall, near Penrith
6. Mr. Moses Hully - Half-bred South-down wether, from Mr. Daniel Harrison, Kendal.
7. Mr. Moses Hully - Half-bred South-down wether, from Mr. Daniel Harrison, Kendal.
CALVES -
2. Mr. John Hully - from Mr. Thomas Dixon, of Missenthwaite, near Staveley.
3. Mr. Moses Hully - from Mr. John Jackson, of Natland.
Prize awarded to No. 3.
Mr. John Hully had also two very good heifers, besides the one which contended for the premium, one
from Bourne and the other fed by himself, and 25 high-fed white and black-faced wethers.
Mr. M. Hully had a lot of 16 half-bred Leicesters and other ......

1850 Mar qtr - daughter Mary Ann born at Kendal - GRO indexes

1851 census
HO 107/2442 WESTMORLAND Kendal 286rev House of Correction Hill
Moses Hully Head M 35 Butcher Westmorland Orton
Elizabeth Hully Wife M 37 Westmorland Hutton
John Hully Son 14 Scholar Westmorland Kendal
Elizabeth Hully Dau 12 Scholar Westmorland Kendal
Moses Hully Son 9 Scholar Westmorland Kendal
Hannah Hully Dau 5 Westmorland Kendal
Thomas Hully Son 3 Westmorland Kendal
Mary Ann Hully Dau 1 Westmorland Kendal
Elizabeth Hully Mother W 83 Westmorland Kendal
Frances Sarginson Serv U 24 House servant Westmorland Kendal

1856 10 May - Lancaster Gazette - FAT LAMB - Mr. Moses Hully, of Kendal, this week slaughtered a lamb from off the
farm of Mr. Lancelot Hoggarth, at Potter Fell Edge, which weighed upwards of 15lbs. per quarter. It is
very rare that a lamb of the above weight, at this time of the year, is seen in Kendal market, and the
animal reflects great credit on Mr. Hoggarth, for his care and attention, as his farm lays very high and
bleak. It was a twin lamb, and its sister was hanging besides it, but it was not quite so large.

1857 29 Apr - wife Elizabeth died at Kendal

1858 - WESTMORLAND TRADES DIRECTORY Kendal Commercial Hully Moses, butcher, Market place;
Butchers Hully M - Market place, Kendal.

1861 census
RG 9/3970 f40 Kendal House of Correction Hill
Moses Hully Head Widr 45 Butcher Westmorland Orton
Hannah Hully Dau Un 15 Westmorland Kendal
Thomas Hully Son 13 Westmorland Kendal
John Addison Farm Serv Mar 55 Farm servant Westmorland Strickland Gate
Isaac Creighton Farm Serv Un 20 Farm servant Cumberland Penrith

1862 26 Mar - married Elizabeth Creighton at Kendal - information from Peter Harrington, Essex.
OPC entry:
Moses Hully - full age Butcher Widower of Kendal
Elizabeth Creighton - full age Spinster of Far Sawrey
Groom's Father: Moses Hully, Butcher
Bride's Father: Thomas Creighton, Butcher
Witness: Isaac Creighton, Ruth Creighton
Married by License by: Geo. Park M.A,, Vicar
Notes: (Bride's signature not visible)

1863 11 Feb - son Francis Creighton baptised at Kendal: Francis Creighton Hulley son of Moses and Elizabeth (IGI)

1864 21 Sep - son Isaac baptised at St George's church Kendal: Isaac Hully - father Moses mother Elizabeth (IGI)

1866 5 Apr - son Wiliam baptised at Kendal: William Hully father Moses mother Margaret (IGI).

1867 12 Jun - daughter Agnes baptised at Kendal: Agnes Hully father Moses mother Elizabeth (IGI).

1867 22 Jun - Westmorland Gazette - ORTON - THE HAY HARVEST - On Thursday, the 20th inst., Mr. Moses Hully cut
Down a quantity of excellent hay grass in a field adjacent to the town, Should the weather continue
favourable, several others intend commencing. It is believed the grass crop will this year be above
average.

1867 28 Dec - Lancaster Gazette - KENDAL - OUR CHRISTMAS SHOW OF BUTCHERS’ MEAT.
(incl.) Mr. Moses Hully senr., had a really beautiful array of carcases. Two splendid calves attracted
most attention. The heaviest weighed 64lbs. per quarter - the other was a little lighter. Mr. Hully also
had a grand lot of sheep - the four best averaging 30lbs. per quarter. Mr. M. Hully junr., had a fine
display of beef and mutton.

1868 Sep qtr - daughter Agnes died at Kendal: Hully Agnes 1 Kendal 10b 429.

1868 15 Dec - The Manchester Guardian: WESTMORLAND CHRISTMAS SHOW OF FATSTOCK - The following were
among the principal prizes: (Inc.) Two fat wethers, Mr. Moses Hully;

1868 Dec 16 - Liverpool Mercury - Westmorland Christmas Show of Fat Stock. On Monday, the seventh annual
exhibition of live fat stock, in connection with the Westmorland and Kendall Agricultural Society, was
held at Kendal. The entrances were numerous, The following were among the principal prizes: -- Fat
calf, Mr Moses Hully, Kendal. Two fat wethers,(castrated rams) Mr Moses Hully.

1869 10 Feb - daughter Ada baptised at Kendal: Ada Hully father Moses mother Margaret (IGI)

1871 census
RG 10/5287 f65 Kendal Market Place No. 23
Moses Hulley Head M 55 Butcher & Farmer Orton Westmld
Elizabeth Hulley Wife M 34 Kendal Westmld
Hannah Hulley Dau U 25 Kendal Westmld
Thomas Hulley Son U 24 Labourer Kendal Westmld
Catherine Hulley Dau 19 Kendal Westmld
Frances C. Hulley Son 8 Scholar Kendal Westmld
Isaac Hulley Son 6 Scholar Kendal Westmld
William Hulley Son 5 Scholar Kendal Westmld
Ada Hulley Dau 2 Kendal Westmld
Mary Helen Chambers Serv 16 Servant Kendal Westmld
Margret Creighton Vis 24 Dress Maker Kendal Westmld

1871 06 Jul - made Will - copy held.

1871 15 Aug - died at Kendal - see will entry below.

1871 19 Aug - Westmorland Gazette - DEATHS - On Tuesday, the 15th inst., in the Market-place, in this town,
Mr. Moses Hully, butcher, aged 55 years.

1871 19 Aug - Westmorland Gazette - TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION - BY. Mr. T. Gass, ABOUT TWELVE ACRES of OATS,
and FOUR ACRES of TURNIPS and POTATOES, the property of the trustees of the late Mr. Moses
Hully, Sen., deceased, which will be sold in Lots to suit Purchasers.
Kendal Aug. 18th 1871.

1871 02 Sep - Westmorland Gazette-MARKET PLACE, KENDAL Butcher’s Shop, House to be Let.
TO BE LET BY TENDER - For a Term of Seven Years, or from Year to Year. ALL that large,
admirably-suited and well-accustomed BUTCHER’S SHOP, in the MARKET PLACE in
KENDAL, with the convenient DWELLING HOUSE adjoining, late in the occupation of Mr.
Moses Hully, deceased. The Premises are in good repair.
The Trustees of the late Mr. Moses Hully do not bind themselves to accept the highest or any
Tender. The Premises may be viewed on application to Mrs. HULLY, at the Dwelling House.
Kendal 25th. August 1871.

1871 02 Sep - Westmorland Gazette- HIGHLY IMPORTANT AND VALUABLE STOCK OF FAT & STORE
CATTLE, FAT AND STOCK SHEEP, HORSES, AND IMPLEMENTS OF HUSBANDRY FOR
SALE, and winter eatage to Let.
T GASS Has the honour to announce to the Public that he has received peremptory nstructions
from the Representatives of the late Mr. Moses Hully, Butcher, Kendal,
TO SELL BY AUCTION
In the Duke of Cumberland Inn Field, near to the Railway Station, Kendal, on Monday,
September 18th, 1871, commencing at Twelve O’clock at Noon prompt, The whole of his superb
and valuable Stock of CATTLE, HORSES, SHEEP, IMPLEMENTS of HUSBANDRY, &c. which
will be removed for the convenience of Sale.
The STOCK of CATTLE comprises One superb Fat Cow, fed purposely for the great Fat Stock
Shows, a perfect model; Two Fat Cows, Five Fat Heifers; Three Two-years-old Heifers, fit for
grazier or butcher; Two Back-end Calving Heifers; One Gelt Cow, full of milk; Two Gelt Heifers,
and Seven Two-years-old Bullocks.
The HORSES consist of One superior Bay Horse, rising 7 years old, a splendid brougham or
famer’s horse, quiet and tractable in all harness or work; the noted Agricultural Bay Mare,
served by Best Returns, and winner of numerous local prizes; a splendid Colt Foal from the
above, by Best Returns, of fine mould and very promising; and a Dark Brown Two-years-old Fill,
by Best Returns, high in bone and splendid action.
The SHEEP consist of Six superb Fat Scotch Wethers, bred from the stock of Mr. R. Mattison,
Forest Hall; Thirty Leicester Three-parts and half-bred Ewes, fit for breeding purposes; and
Three Black-faced Ewes.
The AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS include: Three Coop Carts, Wheels and Shelvings
complete; Iron Land Roller and Frame, Wood ditto, Iron Plough; Ten bull’d Double and Stitch
Harrows; Straw Cutter, Turnip Cutter, Cart and Plough Gears, Winnowing Machine, Long
Ladder, Sheep Troughs and Racks, new Wheelbarrow, Barrels, Tubs, Cart Ropes, Steel Forks,
Rakes, together with all the necessary Implements used in Husbandry. Also, a GIG and
HARNESS.
At the same time and place WILL BE LET, the HERBAGE, or WINTER EATAGE of the OAK
BANK ESTATE, situate in the township of Strickland Kettle, from the day of Letting up to and
until the 5th day of April 1872, either in One or Two Lots, as may be determined upon at the
time of Letting.
The AUCTIONEER wishes to draw the attention to the above not only of local purchasers, but
parties from a distance, as the Stock in the whole is superior both in class and quality, and
offers an opportunity rarely to be met with.
Kendal, Aug. 29th, for September 18th, 1871.

1871 23 Sep - Westmorland Gazette- SALE OF STOCK OF THE LATE MR. MOSES HULLY
The sale of cattle, sheep, and horses belonging to the late Mr. Moses Hully took place in a field
near the Duke of Cumberland Inn, Mr. Gass being the auctioneer. The twenty-nine half bred
gimmers fetched from 2l. 7s. to 2l. 17s. each. Six black-faced wethers were sold at from 4l.
10s. to 10l. 14s. averaging 7l. 8s. each. These were purchased by Mr. Bridson, of Belle Isle,
Windermere. Seven bullocks fetched from 12l. 2s. to 13l. 5s. each, and eight heifers from 14/-
to 19l. Two fat cows fetched respectively 24l. 10s. nd 54., the latter being purchased by James
Lewthwaite, butcher. A brood mare, in foal, and a filly, were purchased by Mr. J. N. Hully, for
99l. 10s.

1871 14 Oct - Westmorland Gazette- Mr. Moses Hully, deceased.
ALL CREDITOR of MR MOSES HULLY, late of the Market Place, in Kendal, Butcher, deceased,
are requested forthwith to send particulars of their claims to the Executors, Mr. THOMAS
TAYLOR, Castle Street, Mr. MOSES HULLY, Finkle Street, and Mr. MOSES HULLY,
Stricklandgate, Kendal, or one of them, to whom all Debts owing to the deceased are required
to be paid.

1871 27 Sep - HULLY Moses The Will with a Codicil of Moses Hully late of The Market Place Kendal in the County of
Westmoreland Butcher who died 15 Aug 1871 at Kendal was proved at Carlisle by Thomas Taylor of
Carlisle Corn Merchant Moses Hully of Kendal Butcher Nephew Moses Hully of Kendal Butcher the
Son the Executors.
Effects under £2000 Resworn at the Stamp Office 1872 Under £2000

Note by Nigel Hully Mar 2003:.

In 1829 Moses and son John butchers in Kendal. Many records of Moses b. 1816 and John right through
to 1871 Voter Registers, shopkeepers. John was a witness at the marriage of our GG/father with James
Noble, brother of John's second wife Ann. James Noble Hulley kept a grocer's shop in Kendal 1863 -
1877. Moses, John and their 4 wives are all buried in the same churchyard in Kendal.

Note by Nigel Hully Mar 2003:

It seems that Moses (b1766) went to Orton between 1803 and 1808 as a farmer. His three daughters were
married there and three more children were born there. In 1829 he was a butcher in Kendal with his sons
Francis (b1800) and John (b1803). Francis went back to Orton in 1837 to marry and left his brother John
and another brother Moses (b1816) to carry on the butchery business. They had shops in the Market
Place. Francis was a farmer with 60 acres in 1851, He also had a cousin Francis (1796-1873) son of
Moses' (b1766) brother Thomas (b1769) a farmer near Kendal 1857.


Elizabeth Tebay

1813 - born at Hutton, Yorkshire - 1851 census. But other information shows Ravensworth,
North Yorkshire.

1835 8 Dec - married Moses Hully at Kendal.

1835 12 Dec - Lancaster Gazette - Marriages - Same Place (Kendal) Mr. Moses Hully, butcher,
To Miss Elizabeth Tebay, of Crosby Ravensworth.

1836 9 Oct - son John born at Kendal: John Hully father Moses mother Elizabeth (IGI).

1838 15 Jul - daughter Elizabeth born at Kendal: Elizabeth Hully father Moses mother Elizabeth (IGI).

1840 26 Mar - daughter Agnes born at Kendal (IGI).

1840 24 Apr - daughter Agnes baptised at Kendal: Agnes Hully father Moses mother Elizabeth (IGI).

1841 23 Jan - Kendal Mercury - DIED - On Friday the 15th instant, Agnes, infant daughter of Mr Moses Hully, butcher,
Finkle -street.

1842 23 Mar - son Moses born at Kendal (IGI).

1842 17 Apr - son Moses baptised at Kendal: Moses Hully father Moses mother Elizabeth (IGI).

1844 24 Jun - daughter Anne born at Kendal (IGI).

1844 14 Oct - daughter Anne baptised at Kendal: Ann(i)e Hully father Moses mother Elizabeth (IGI).

1845 20 Sep - daughter Hannah born at Kendal (IGI).

1845 22 Oct - daughter Hannah baptised at Kendal: Hannah Hully father Moses mother Elizabeth
(IGI).

1848 Mar qtr - son Thomas born at Kendal - GRO indexes.

1850 Mar qtr - daughter Mary Ann born at Kendal - GRO indexes

1851 census
HO 107/2442 WESTMORLAND Kendal 286rev House of Correction Hill
Moses Hully Head M 35 Butcher Westmorland Orton
Elizabeth Hully Wife M 37 Westmorland Hutton
John Hully Son 14 Scholar Westmorland Kendal
Elizabeth Hully Dau 12 Scholar Westmorland Kendal
Moses Hully Son 9 Scholar Westmorland Kendal
Hannah Hully Dau 5 Westmorland Kendal
Thomas Hully Son 3 Westmorland Kendal
Mary Ann Hully Dau 1 Westmorland Kendal
Elizabeth Hully Mother W 83 Westmorland Kendal
Frances Sarginson Serv U 24 House servant Westmorland Kendal

1857 29 Apr - died at Kendal

Note by ?Alfred Hully b 1918.

In 1829 Moses and son John butchers in Kendal. Many records of Moses b. 1816 and
John right throughh to 1871 Voter Registers, shopkeepers. John was a witness at the
marriage of our GG/father with James Noble, brother of John's second wife Ann. James
Noble Hulley kept a grocer's shop in Kendal 1863 - 1877.
Moses, John and their 4 wives are all buried in the same churchyard in Kendal.


116. John Hully

1836 9 Oct - born at Kendal: John Hully father Moses mother Elizabeth (IGI).

1851 census
HO 107/2442 WESTMORLAND Kendal 286rev House of Correction Hill
Moses Hully Head M 35 Butcher Westmorland Orton
Elizabeth Hully Wife M 37 Westmorland Hutton
John Hully Son 14 Scholar Westmorland Kendal
Elizabeth Hully Dau 12 Scholar Westmorland Kendal
Moses Hully Son 9 Scholar Westmorland Kendal
Hannah Hully Dau 5 Westmorland Kendal
Thomas Hully Son 3 Westmorland Kendal
Mary Ann Hully Dau 1 Westmorland Kendal
Elizabeth Hully Mother W 83 Westmorland Kendal
Frances Sarginson Serv U 24 House servant Westmorland Kendal

1861 census
RG 9/3964 f27rev Over Staveley Mill House
Thomas Robinson Head Mar 24 Corn Miller Westmorland Kirby Lonsdale
Elizabeth Robinson Wife Mar 22 Westmorland Kendal
Elizabeth Robinson Dau 1 Westmorland Kendal
John Hully Bro in Law Un 24 Butcher Westmorland Kendal

1862 24 Mar - Kendal - Arrears of Bastardy, 3 calendar months of pay £2.10s 6d; (from court records dated 1880 and
1882 below)

1867 08 Nov - Kendal - Rogue and Vagabond - 14 days (from court records dated 1880 and 1882 below)

1869 30 Nov - Kendal - Drunkenness - 7 days (from court records dated 1880 and 1882 below)

1869 11 Dec - Kendal Mercury - POLICE COURT FRIDAY - OBTAINING GODS UNDER FALSE PRETENCES -
John Hully was charged with obtaining 2lbs. of tobacco from Messrs Graham & Dodgson, tobacconists
of this town, under false pretences, alleging that it was for Thomas Abba, innkeeper, Staveley.
Richard Dodgson said, that on the 26th ult., the prisoner came to their place, and asked for 2lb. of
tobacco for Mr. Thomas Alba, of Staveley. The prisoner stated he was a carter for some person, and
that Mr. Alba would be in town the following day. They sent Mr. Alba a bill, and then discovered that the
prisoner had no order from Mr. Alba to get the goods.
Thomas Alba said he was an innkeeper at Staveley, and had known the prisoner about two years.
Never ordered any tobacco through him, nor received any from him.
P.C. Thornborough said from information he received he apprehended the prisoner and charged him
with obtaining the tobacco fraudulently. Remanded till Monday.

1869 18 Dec - Kendal Mercury - POLICE COURT - MONDAY - FALSE PRETENCES -
John Hully was brought up on remand, charged with obtaining 2lbs. of tobacco at the shop of Messrs
Graham & Dodgson, under false pretences, stating that it was for Thomas Abba, innkeeper, Staveley.
Evidence in this case was taken on day last, and appeared in our last week’s paper. The depositions
having been read over to the witnesses, Richard Dodgson, Thomas Alba, and P.C. Thornborough, the
prisoner, who had nothing to say in answer to the charge, was committed for trial at the next Quarter
Sessions.
ANOTHER CHARGE - John Hully was also charged with obtaining 2 gallons of rum at Mr. Sinkinson’s
on the 28th of November, which he alleged he had been sent for by Thomas Abba before-named.
Richard Wallace, groom, in the employ of Mr. J. Sinkinson, spirit merchant, said he knew the prisoner
who, about six o’clock on the evening of Sunday, the 28th November, called at Mr. Sinkinson’s house,
and stated that Thomas Abba, of Staveley, had sent him “to get two gallons of rum which ought to have
gone yesterday.” He told the cook, who informed Mr. Sinkinson, and by directions he received he
(witness) got the rum and gave it to the prisoner and he took it away. Prisoner was sober.
Thomas Abba, examined, said he had never instructed the prisoner to get any rum for him at Mr.
Sinkinson’s.
P.C. Thornborough said that on the Monday previous he apprehended the prisoner, and charged him
with obtaining two gallons od rum at Mr. Sinkinson’s, in the name of Thomas Abba, of Staveley. He
replied, “Well, if I did it, I don’t know anything about it. The usual caution being read, the prisoner, who
had nothing to say in answer to the charge, was committed for trial at the next Quarter Sessions.

1870 07 Jan - Results for England & Wales, Crime, Prisons & Punishment, 1770-1935
John Hully — 1870 — HO27 Home Office: Criminal Registers, England And Wales, 1805-1892
County of Westmorland Return of all Persons Committed, or Bailed to appear for Trial, or Indicted at the
Quarter Sessions of the Peace held at Appleby on the Seventh day of January 1870 shewing the nature
of their Offences, and the result of the Proceedings.
Name John Hully
Offence Obtaining goods by false pretences 2 convictions
Convicted & Sentenced
Imprisonment 3 (crossed out) 6 Mos each conviction

1870 07 Jan - Results for England & Wales, Crime, Prisons & Punishment, 1770-1935
John Hully 1838 1870 — HO140 A Calendar Of Prisoners Tried At The General Quarter Sessions Of
The Peace For The Year 1870
Name John Hully
Age 32
Trade Labourer
Degree of Instruction imp
Name of Committing Magistrate J.J. Wilson Esq., Kendal
Date of Warrant 13 Dec 1869
When received into Custody 6 Dec 1869
Offence 1. Unlawfully and knowingly by a certain false pretence did obtain
from Richard Dodgson one pound of Tobacco, the property of
the said Richard Dodgson, at Kendal, on the 26th Nov 1869.
2. Unlawfully and knowingly by a certain false pretence did obtain
from Richard Wallace two gallons of Rum, the property of
James Sinkinson, at Kendal, on the 26th November 1869.
When Tried 7th Jan 1870
Before whom F.A.Argles, Esq., Chaiman, Eversley, Milnthorpe
Verdict of Jury Pleaded Guilty of misdemeanour as charged (both charges)
Sentence 1. Imprisonment, with hard labour, for 3 cal mos., in Appleby Gaol,
2. Imprisonment, with hard labour, for 3 cal mos., in Appleby Gaol,
this second term of imprisonment to commence at the
expiration of the first term.

1870 11 Jan - Cumberland and Westmorland Advertiser - OBTAINING MONEY UNDER FALSE PRETENCES
JOHN HULLY, labourer, (32, imperfectly instructed), was charged with obtaining one pound of tobacco
from Richard Dodgson, at Kendal; and two gallons of rum from Richard Wallace of the same place.
Sentence - Four months’ imprisonment.

1873 06 Oct - Kendal - Drunkenness - 14 days (from court records dated 1880 and 1882 below)

1873 22 Nov - Kendal - Stealing a pair of Leggings, 4 calendar month's hard labour. (from court records dated 1880
and 1882 below)

1880 08 Jan - HO 27 - Criminal Registers 1791 - 1892: Ref 187 185; Name John Hully; Born (1836); Date of trial
1880 08 Jan; Location Westmorland; Sentence Imprisonment; Term
Results for England & Wales, Crime, Prisons & Punishment, 1770-1935
John Hully — 1880 — HO27 Home Office: Criminal Registers, England And Wales, 1805-1892
County of Westmorland Return of all Persons Committed, or Bailed to appear for Trial, or Indicted at the
Epiphany Quarter Sessions held at Kendal on the Eighth day of January 1880 shewing the nature of
their Offences, and the result of the Proceedings.
Name John Hully
Offence Obtaining goods by false Pretences
Convicted & Sentenced
Imprisonment Six calendar months

1880 Results for England & Wales, Crime, Prisons & Punishment, 1770-1935
John Hully 1836 - 1880 Westmorland HO140 A Calendar Of Prisoners Tried At The General Quarter
Sessions Of The Peace
Name John Hully
Kendal, 24th March, 1862, Arrears of Bastardy - 3 months
Kendal, 8th November, 1867, Rogue and Vagabond - 14 days
Kendal, 30 November, 1869, Drunkenness - 7 days
Appleby Sessions, 7th January, 1870, two cases of Fraud - 6 months
Kendal, 6th October, 1873, Drunkenness - 14 days
Kendal, Nov 2nd, Larceny - 4 months
Age 44
Trade Labourer
Degree of Instruction imp
Name of Committing Magistrate G. F. Braithwaite, Esquire, Hawes Mead, Kendal
Date of Warrant Nov. 29th 1879
When received into Custody Nov. 23rd 1879
Offence Obtaining, by a certain false pretence, from Alfred Joyce, a Leg of
Mutton (namely, Nine pounds weight of Mutton or thereabouts), of
the value of Six Shillings and Ninepence, the property of the said
Alfred Joyce, at Kendal, on the 11th December 1879.
When Tried January 9th 1880
Before whom F.A. Argles, Esquire, Chairman
Verdict of Jury Pleaded Guilty
Previous Convictions Nil
Sentence To be imprisoned and kept to hard labour for six calendar months.

1881 census
RG 11/4823 f39 Bracelett West Broughton
William Long Head M 67 Farmer of 420 Acres Empl 4 Men Wmld Kendal
Margaret Long Wife M 66 Farmer's Wife (+vist, 2 servs) Lancs Cartmel
John Long Son U 35 Farmer's Son Wmld Kendal
Wiliam B. Long Son U 27 Farmer's Son Wmld Kendal
John Hulley Serv U 46 Farm Serv Indoor Wmld Kendal

1882 30 Jun - Results for England & Wales, Crime, Prisons & Punishment, 1770-1935
John Hully 1837 - 1882 Westmorland HO140 A Calendar Of Prisoners Tried At The Adjourned General
Quarter Sessions Of The Peace - Midsummer
Name John Hully
Kendal - 24th March 1862, Arrears of Bastardy, 3 calendar months of pay £2.10s 6d;
8th November 1867, Rogue and Vagabond, 14 days hard labour;
30 November, 1869, Drunkenness - 7 days' hard labour or pay 12s.
Appleby Quarter Sessions, 7th January, 1870, False Pretences (2 cases) - 6 calendar months' hard
labour.
Kendal, 6th October, 1873, Drunkenness - 14 days hard labour or pay 17s;
22nd November, 1873, Stealing a pair of Leggings, 4 calendar month's hard labour.
Kendal Quarter Sessions - 9th January 1880, obtaining a Leg of Mutton by false pretences, 6 calendar
months' hard labour.
Age 45
Trade Miller
Degree of Instruction imp.
Name of Committing Magistrate Wm. Wakefield, Esq., Birkdales, Kendal
Date of Warrant 1882 12th May
When received into Custody 1882 12th May
Offence Obtaining a Ham, of the value of 15/- , by false pretences, from
William Grant, at Kendal, on the 10th May 1882.
When Tried 1882 30th June.
Before whom F.A. Argles, Esq., Chairman.
Verdict of Jury Pleaded Guilty.
Previous Convictions Nil.
Sentence To be imprisoned and kept to hard labour for the period of 2 years

1882 01 Jul - Liverpool Mercury - Westmoreland Quarter Sessions - The Midsummer quarter sessions for the county of
Westmorland were held at the Town-Hall, Kendal yesterday, Mr F. Argles, presiding. There was one
prisoner for trial, namely, John Hully, 46, who was charged with obtaining a ham by false pretences from
William Grant, a shopkeeper, at Kendal on the 10th of May last. Prisoner had represented he had been
sent by a farmer named Thomas Bentley for the ham, which was valued at 15s., and which he
afterwards sold for about one-fourth of that sum. There were previous convictions against the prisoner
who was sentenced to two years' imprisonment. (also in the Lancaster Gazette July 05)


118. Agnes Hully

1840 26 Mar - born at Kendal (IGI).

1840 24 Apr - baptised at Kendal: Agnes Hully father Moses mother Elizabeth (IGI).

1841 23 Jan - Kendal Mercury - DIED - On Friday the 15th instant, Agnes, inant daughter of Mr Moses Hully, butcher,
Finkle -street.


Infomation from Peter Harrington: Aunt Ada said that Agnes was her mother's sister &
m.Sam Allen grocer in Market Place. Was Lady's maid to Mrs Ellis & another lady from
London who both came to Kendal. N.B. was another Agnes from M.H's 2 marr?


120. Ann(i)e Hully

1844 24 Jun - born at Kendal (IGI).

1844 14 Oct - baptised at Kendal: Ann(i)e Hully father Moses mother Elizabeth (IGI).


121. Hannah Hully

1845 20 Sep - born at Kendal (IGI).

1845 22 Oct - baptised at Kendal: Hannah Hully father Moses mother Elizabeth (IGI).

1851 census
HO 107/2442 WESTMORLAND Kendal 286rev House of Correction Hill
Moses Hully Head M 35 Butcher Westmorland Orton
Elizabeth Hully Wife M 37 Westmorland Hutton
John Hully Son 14 Scholar Westmorland Kendal
Elizabeth Hully Dau 12 Scholar Westmorland Kendal
Moses Hully Son 9 Scholar Westmorland Kendal
Hannah Hully Dau 5 Westmorland Kendal
Thomas Hully Son 3 Westmorland Kendal
Mary Ann Hully Dau 1 Westmorland Kendal
Elizabeth Hully Mother W 83 Westmorland Kendal
Frances Sarginson Serv U 24 House servant Westmorland Kendal

1861 census
RG 9/3970 f40 Kendal House of Correction Hill
Moses Hully Head Widr 45 Butcher Westmorland Orton
Hannah Hully Dau Un 15 Westmorland Kendal
Thomas Hully Son 13 Westmorland Kendal
John Addison Farm Serv Mar 55 Farm servant Westmorland Strickland Gate
Isaac Creighton Farm Serv Un 20 Farm servant Cumberland Penrith

1869 14 Apr - shown on US Immigration list:
Name: Hully Hannah 23 F
Occupation: Spinster
Birthplace: England
Destination: USA
Ship: France
Departure Port: L'pool & Q'nstown
Arrival Port: Manhattan

1871 census
RG 10/5287 f65 Kendal Market Place No. 23
Moses Hulley Head M 55 Butcher & Farmer Orton Westmld
Elizabeth Hulley Wife M 34 Kendal Westmld
Hannah Hulley Dau U 25 Kendal Westmld
Thomas Hulley Son U 24 Labourer Kendal Westmld
Catherine Hulley Dau 19 Kendal Westmld
Frances C. Hulley Son 8 Scholar Kendal Westmld
Isaac Hulley Son 6 Scholar Kendal Westmld
William Hulley Son 5 Scholar Kendal Westmld
Ada Hulley Dau 2 Kendal Westmld
Mary Helen Chambers Serv 16 Servant Kendal Westmld
Margret Creighton Vis 24 Dress Maker Kendal Westmld

1878 Sep qtr - married at Kendal RD: Hully Hannah Kendal 10b 851 (FreeBMD).


Robert Kendal

1878 Sep qtr - married at Kendal RD: Kendal Robert Kendal 10b 851 (FreeBMD).


122. Thomas Hully

1848 Mar qtr - born at Kendal - GRO indexes.

1851 census
HO 107/2442 WESTMORLAND Kendal 286rev House of Correction Hill
Moses Hully Head M 35 Butcher Westmorland Orton
Elizabeth Hully Wife M 37 Westmorland Hutton
John Hully Son 14 Scholar Westmorland Kendal
Elizabeth Hully Dau 12 Scholar Westmorland Kendal
Moses Hully Son 9 Scholar Westmorland Kendal
Hannah Hully Dau 5 Westmorland Kendal
Thomas Hully Son 3 Westmorland Kendal
Mary Ann Hully Dau 1 Westmorland Kendal
Elizabeth Hully Mother W 83 Westmorland Kendal
Frances Sarginson Serv U 24 House servant Westmorland Kendal

1861 census
RG 9/3970 f40 Kendal House of Correction Hill
Moses Hully Head Widr 45 Butcher Westmorland Orton
Hannah Hully Dau Un 15 Westmorland Kendal
Thomas Hully Son 13 Westmorland Kendal
John Addison Farm Serv Mar 55 Farm servant Westmorland Strickland Gate
Isaac Creighton Farm Serv Un 20 Farm servant Cumberland Penrith

1871 census
RG 10/5287 f65 Kendal Market Place No. 23
Moses Hulley Head M 55 Butcher & Farmer Orton Westmld
Elizabeth Hulley Wife M 34 Kendal Westmld
Hannah Hulley Dau U 25 Kendal Westmld
Thomas Hulley Son U 24 Labourer Kendal Westmld
Catherine Hulley Dau 19 Kendal Westmld
Frances C. Hulley Son 8 Scholar Kendal Westmld
Isaac Hulley Son 6 Scholar Kendal Westmld
William Hulley Son 5 Scholar Kendal Westmld
Ada Hulley Dau 2 Kendal Westmld
Mary Helen Chambers Serv 16 Servant Kendal Westmld
Margret Creighton Vis 24 Dress Maker Kendal Westmld

1881 census
RG 11/5213 f45r "H M Prison House" Correction Hill Kendal
Thomas Hully Prisoner U 35 Butcher (Prisoner) Kendal, Westmld

1890 9 Feb - died at Kendal - see will below.

1890 24 Feb - HULLY Thomas (Personal Estate £150) Administration of the Personal Estate of
Thomas Hully late of Stricklandgate in Kendal in the County of Westmoreland
Labourer a Bachelor who died 9 Feb 1890 at Stricklandgate was granted at
Carlisle to Moses Hully of Kendal Cattle Dealer the Brother and one of the Next of
Kin.


Elizabeth Creighton

1837 - Born Elizabeth Noble

bef 1862 - married ..... Ellwood

1862 26 Mar - married Elizabeth Creighton at Kendal - information from Peter Harrington, Essex.
OPC entry:
Moses Hully - full age Butcher Widower of Kendal
Elizabeth Creighton - full age Spinster of Far Sawrey
Groom's Father: Moses Hully, Butcher
Bride's Father: Thomas Creighton, Butcher
Witness: Isaac Creighton, Ruth Creighton
Married by License by: Geo. Park M.A,, Vicar
Notes: (Bride's signature not visible)

1863 11 Feb - son Francis Creighton baptised at Kendal: Francis Creighton Hulley son of Moses and
Elizabeth (IGI)

1864 21 Sep - son Isaac baptised at St George's church Kendal: Isaac Hully - father Moses mother
Elizabeth (IGI)

1866 5 Apr - son Wiliam baptised at Kendal: William Hully father Moses mother Margaret (IGI).

1867 12 Jun - daughter Agnes baptised at Kendal: Agnes Hully father Moses mother Elizabeth (IGI).

1868 Sep qtr - daughter Agnes died at Kendal: Hully Agnes 1 Kendal 10b 429.

1869 10 Feb - daughter Ada baptised at Kendal: Ada Hully father Moses mother Margaret (IGI)

1871 census
RG 10/5287 f65 Kendal Market Place No. 23
Moses Hulley Head M 55 Butcher & Farmer Orton Westmld
Elizabeth Hulley Wife M 34 Kendal Westmld
Hannah Hulley Dau U 25 Kendal Westmld
Thomas Hulley Son U 24 Labourer Kendal Westmld
Catherine Hulley Dau 19 Kendal Westmld
Frances C. Hulley Son 8 Scholar Kendal Westmld
Isaac Hulley Son 6 Scholar Kendal Westmld
William Hulley Son 5 Scholar Kendal Westmld
Ada Hulley Dau 2 Kendal Westmld
Mary Helen Chambers Serv 16 Servant Kendal Westmld
Margret Creighton Vis 24 Dress Maker Kendal Westmld

1871 15 Aug - husband died at Kendal - see will entry.

This person remarried to her stepson Moses Hully (b. 1842) in 1874 - see his entry on this tree.

Note by ?Alfred Hully b 1918.

In 1829 Moses and son John butchers in Kendal. Many records of Moses b. 1816 and
John right throughh to 1871 Voter Registers, shopkeepers. John was a witness at the
marriage of our GG/father with James Noble, brother of John's second wife Ann. James
Noble Hulley kept a grocer's shop in Kendal 1863 - 1877.
Moses, John and their 4 wives are all buried in the same churchyard in Kendal.


127. William Hully

1866 5 Apr - baptised at Kendal: William Hully father Moses mother Margaret (IGI).

1881 census
RG 11/5214 f. 32 14 Green Road Kendal, Westmorland
Moses HULLY Head M 40 Cattle Dealer Kendal, Westmorland
Elizabeth HULLY Wife M 44 Kendal, Westmorland
Frank HULLY Son U 18 Mechanic Kendal, Westmorland
Isaac HULLY Son U 16 Grocer Kendal, Westmorland
William HULLY Son U 15 (Dom) Groom Kendal, Westmorland
Ada HULLY Daur 12 Scholar Kendal, Westmorland
Margaret A. HULLY Daur 11m Kendal, Westmorland

1891 census
RG 12/4332 f7r Natland High Park Lodge
Thomas Askew Head M 35 Coal Agent (+ wife) Westmorland Stainton
William Hully Boarder S 25 Groom (+ boarder) Westmorland Kendal

1895 Sep qtr - married at Kendal RD: Hully William Kendal 10b 1093 (FreeBMD).

1901 census
RG 13/4909 f47r Natland New Road Cottage
William Hully Head M 34 First Whip to Oxenholme Stag Hounds Wmld Kendal
Margaret J. Hully Wife M 33 Wmld Clifton


1985 10 Jun - information from Peter Harrington, Billericay, Essex: (proforma) Husband - Hulley William
bap 5. 4.1866 Occupation at marriage - Huntsman. Wife - Ginny; Husband's father -
Hulley Moses butcher.


Margaret Jane Clark

1868 - born at Clifton Westmorland - see 1901 census below.

1895 Sep qtr - married at Kendal RD: Clark Maraget Jane Kendal 10b 1093 (FreeBMD).

1901 census
RG 13/4909 f47r Natland New Road Cottage
William Hully Head M 34 First Whip to Oxenholme Stag Hounds Wmld Kendal
Margaret J. Hully Wife M 33 Wmld Clifton


128. Agnes Hully

1867 12 Jun - baptised at Kendal: Agnes Hully father Moses mother Elizabeth (IGI).

1868 Sep qtr - died at Kendal: Hully Agnes 1 Kendal 10b 429.


129. Ada Hully

1869 10 Feb - baptised at Kendal: Ada Hully father Moses mother Margaret (IGI).

1871 census
RG 10/5287 f65 Kendal Market Place No. 23
Moses Hulley Head M 55 Butcher & Farmer Orton Westmld
Elizabeth Hulley Wife M 34 Kendal Westmld
Hannah Hulley Dau U 25 Kendal Westmld
Thomas Hulley Son U 24 Labourer Kendal Westmld
Catherine Hulley Dau 19 Kendal Westmld
Frances C. Hulley Son 8 Scholar Kendal Westmld
Isaac Hulley Son 6 Scholar Kendal Westmld
William Hulley Son 5 Scholar Kendal Westmld
Ada Hulley Dau 2 Kendal Westmld
Mary Helen Chambers Serv 16 Servant Kendal Westmld
Margret Creighton Vis 24 Dress Maker Kendal Westmld

1881 census
RG 11/5214 f. 32 14 Green Road Kendal, Westmorland
Moses HULLY Head M 40 Cattle Dealer Kendal, Westmorland
Elizabeth HULLY Wife M 44 Kendal, Westmorland
Frank HULLY Son U 18 Mechanic Kendal, Westmorland
Isaac HULLY Son U 16 Grocer Kendal, Westmorland
William HULLY Son U 15 (Dom) Groom Kendal, Westmorland
Ada HULLY Daur 12 Scholar Kendal, Westmorland
Margaret A. HULLY Daur 11m Kendal, Westmorland

1890 Dec qtr - married at Kendal RD: Hully Ada Kendal 10b 1200 (FreeBMD).

1891 census
RG 12/3477 f68r Ulverston Malt Cottage
Samuel Burch Head M 30 Farmer Devon Ilfracombe
Ada Burch Wife M 22 Westmld Kendal
Eliza Burn Serv S 27 General Servant (Domestic) Devon Tavistock


Samuel Burch

1861 - born at Ilfracombe, Devonshire - see 1891 census below.

1890 Dec qtr - married at Kendal RD: Hully Ada Kendal 10b 1200 (FreeBMD).

1891 census
RG 12/3477 f68r Ulverston Malt Cottage
Samuel Burch Head M 30 Farmer Devon Ilfracombe
Ada Burch Wife M 22 Westmld Kendal
Eliza Burn Serv S 27 General Servant (Domestic) Devon Tavistock


73. William Hully

1818 born at Bentham - see 1851 census below. Note: no birth record has been found for
this person. He has been added to this family provisionally after a check of child-
producing parents in Bentham at this time.

1836 19 Mar - married at Clapham parish church: William Hully of this Parish Farmer and a Bachelor and Ann Carr
of this Parish Spinster were married in his church by Licence with Consent of William Carr the natural
and lawful father of the said Ann Carr this Nineteenth Day of March in the Year One thousand eight
hundred and Thirty Six
By me Jas. Robinson Curate
This Marriage was solemnized between us William Hully
Ann Carr
In the Presence of John Hully
Jane Yeadon

1836 09 Apr - Lancaster Gazette - Marriages - On th 18th ult., at Clapham, Mr. William Hully, of
Nutta, to Miss Carr, only daughter of Mr. Wm. Carr of Malin-scale.

1838 25 Aug - Lancaster Gazette - ROBBERY - On Wednesday week, the house of Mr. Wm. Hully,
of Green Close, Clapham, was entered by thieves in the course of the forenoon, and
plundered of £50 in cash and provincial notes. The inmates were all busy haymaking
at the time. Two suspicious looking strangers, seen lurking about the neighbourhood
are supposed to be the thieves, They first attempted o get in at the window, but
afterwards broke open the door. They were traced from the direction of Ingleton, by
Tewitt Hall, thence along the footpath to Green Close. One of the suspected persons
is rather tall; the other shorter, and both dressed “shabby genteel.” The robbery was
discovered an hour after its perpetration, but though an active search was
immediately made the rascals escaped.


1841 census
HO 107/1319/10 f27 Newby Scalemire
William Hully 25 Farmer Y
Ann Hully 20 Y
William Parker 20 M.S. Y
Ann Pilling 15 F.S. N

1846 - daughter Dorothy born at Bentham - see 1851 census below.

1851 census
HO 107/2277 YORKSHIRE Clapham 187rev Scalemire
William Hully Head M 33 Farmer of 100 acres empl 1 labourer Yorkshire Bentham
Ann Hully Wife M 33 Yorkshire Clapham
Dorothy Hully Dau 5 Yorkshire Bentham
William Harling Servant U 38 Yorkshire Bentham

1861 census
RG 9/3177 f119rev Clapham Scale Mire
William Hully Head Mar 46 Farmer of 15 acres Yorks Clapham
Ann Hully Wife Mar 43 Farmer's Wife Yorks Clapham
Dorothy Hully Dau Un 16 Farmer's Daur Yorks Clapham

1871 census
RG 10/4252 f67r Clapham Newby
William Hully Head M 56 Land Owner Yorks Bentham
Ann Hully Wife M 53 Land Owner's Wife Yorks Newby
David Booth Lodgr M 31 Smith & Farmer of 16 acres Lancs Longridge
Dorothy Booth Wife M 26 Smith & Farmer's Wife Yorks Newby
Ann Booth Dau 4 Yorks Newby
Robert Booth Son 2 Yorks Clapham
William Booth Son 4 mos Yorks Clapham

1881 census
RG 11/4297 f.125 Newby Clapham Cum Newby
William HULLY Head M 66 Retired Farmer Bentham, York
Ann HULLY Wife M 63 Clapham, York

1888 Sep qtr - wife died at Settle RD: Hully Ann 70 Settle 9a 9 (GRO).

1890 Mar qtr - died at Settle RD: Hully William 75 Settle 9a 12a (GRO).


Ann Carr

1818 - born at Clapham, Yorkshire - see 1851 census below.

1836 19 Mar - married at Clapham parish church: William Hully of this Parish Farmer and a Bachelor and Ann Carr
of this Parish Spinster were married in his church by Licence with Consent of William Carr the natural
and lawful father of the said Ann Carr this Nineteenth Day of March in the Year One thousand eight
hundred and Thirty Six
By me Jas. Robinson Curate
This Marriage was solemnized between us William Hully
Ann Carr
In the Presence of John Hully
Jane Yeadon.

1836 09 Apr - Lancaster Gazette - Marriages - On the 18th ult., at Clapham, Mr. William Hully, of Nutta, to Miss Carr,
only daughter of Mr. Wm. Carr of Malin-scale.

1841 census
HO 107/1319/10 f27 Newby Scalemire
William Hully 25 Farmer Y
Ann Hully 20 Y
William Parker 20 M.S. Y
Ann Pilling 15 F.S. N

1851 census
HO 107/2277 YORKSHIRE Clapham 187rev Scalemire
William Hully Head M 33 Farmer of 100 acres empl 1 labourer Yorkshire Bentham
Ann Hully Wife M 33 Yorkshire Clapham
Dorothy Hully Dau 5 Yorkshire Bentham
William Harling Servant U 38 Yorkshire Bentham

1861 census
RG 9/3177 f119rev Clapham Scale Mire
William Hully Head Mar 46 Farmer of 15 acres Yorks Clapham
Ann Hully Wife Mar 43 Farmer's Wife Yorks Clapham
Dorothy Hully Dau Un 16 Farmer's Daur Yorks Clapham

1871 census
RG 10/4252 f67r Clapham Newby
William Hully Head M 56 Land Owner Yorks Bentham
Ann Hully Wife M 53 Land Owner's Wife Yorks Newby
David Booth Lodgr M 31 Smith & Farmer of 16 acres Lancs Longridge
Dorothy Booth Wife M 26 Smith & Farmer's Wife Yorks Newby
Ann Booth Dau 4 Yorks Newby
Robert Booth Son 2 Yorks Clapham
William Booth Son 4 mos Yorks Clapham

1881 census
RG 11/4297 f.125 Newby Clapham Cum Newby
William HULLY Head M 66 Retired Farmer Bentham, York
Ann HULLY Wife M 63 Clapham, York

1888 Sep qtr - died at Settle RD: Hully Ann 70 Settle 9a 9 (GRO).


74. Francis Hully

1796 5 Mar - baptised at St James the Less church Tatham Fells: Francis Hully son of Thomas and
Dorothy of Four-Stones.

1817-1818 - Hully, Francis, of Underbarrow, husbandman, son of Thomas, of Mewith, husbandman
source- LANCASHIRE AND CHESHIRE RECORD SOCIETY Vol 87 Free Burgesses of
Lancaster 1668-1840.

1833 14 Sep - Westmorland Gazette - Saturday 14 September 1833 - List of persons sued for Tithes in the Parish of
Kendal (inc) Francis Hully.

1839 24 Aug - Westmorland Gazette - TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION - BY MR. JOHN BURTON
(in such Lots and subject to such Conditions as shall be then and there agreed upon.)
All that Valuable CUSTOMARYHOLD ESTATE, called HIGH GRIGG HALL
SITUATE in the Township of Underbarrow and Bradley Field, in the Parish of Kendal, in the County of
Westmorland distant Three Miles from the Market Town of Kendal, and adjoining the Turnpike Road
leading from that place to Ulverston consisting of a well-built FARM HOUSE with suitable
Outbuildings, Orchard and Garden, and several Inclosures of excellent Arable, Meadow, and Pasture
Land, in a high state of cultivation, containing altogether by admeasurement 153a. 2r. 5p. Statute
Measure, and now in the occupation of Francis Hully and Joseph Leece, as Tenants thereof.

(Also listed on 31 August 1839)

1939 07 Sep - Westmorland Gazette - TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION - BY MR. JOHN BURTON
(in such Lots and subject to such Conditions as shall be then and there agreed upon.)
All that Valuable CUSTOMARYHOLD ESTATE, called HIGH GRIGG HALL
SITUATE in the Township of Underbarrow and Bradley Field, in the Parish of Kendal, in the County of
Westmorland distant Three Miles from the Market Town of Kendal, and adjoining the Turnpike Road
leading from that place to Ulverston consisting of a well-built FARM HOUSE with suitable
Outbuildings, Orchard and Garden, and several Inclosures of excellent Arable, Meadow, and Pasture
Land, in a high state of cultivation, containing altogether by admeasurement 153a. 2r. 5p. Statute
Measure, with an excellent PEAT MOSS, SEVEN ACRES in content upon the Lew Grigg Hall Estate, the
whole being now in the occupation of Francis Hully and Joseph Leece, as Tenants thereof.
This Estate is situated in one of the richest parts of the ex­tensive Parish of Kendal, on the west side of the
ridge of mountain commencing at Levens, and in a northerly direction dividing the vallies of the Kent and
Winster. It is open to the tidal influences of Morecambe Bay (from which it is distant about four miles),
and perfectly screened from the blighting powers of the north and east by the mountains with which the
Township of Underbarrow is environed. It is richly wooded and well watered, in the highest state of
cultivation on an improved system of husbandry, and its agricultural produce is ever earliest in the
market.
The attention of Capitalists is particularly entreated to this Lot. As an eligible investment, no Property so
desirable in this neighbourhood has been offered for public competition for a considerable length of
time. (also in 14 Sep 1839, 28 Sep 1839)

1840 17 Oct - Westmorland Gazette - INGLETON - SPORTS - (inc.) After the diversions were concluded, the company
retired, to Mr. F. Hully's where a most excellent and substantial dinner awaited them. After the cloth was
moved many excellent were sung, and th evening was spent in a convivial manner. The parties retired
well pleased with the day's amusement.

1840 17 Oct - Kendal Mercury - INGLETON SPORTS. (inc.) After the shooting was over, the parties retired to the Wheat
Sheaf Inn, and partook of a most excellent dinner, provided by Mrs Hully, the hostess. After which, many
sings were sung, and all retired home well pleased with the day's sport.

1841 23 Jan - Westmorland Gazette - INSOLVENT DEBTOR - to be heard at he Court House at Wakefield , in the West
Riding of Yorkshire, on the 19th day of February, 1841, at Ten o'clock in the Morning.
Francis Hully, late of Ingleton , near Settle, in the West Riding of Yorkshire, Publican, Butcher, and Cattle
Dealer, formerly of Kendal, in Westmorland, Butcher and Cattle Dealer.

1841 census
HO 107/1160/24 f17r Underbarrow Grigg Hall
Francis Hully 40 Farmer N
Thomas Hully 16 Y
Mary Hully 14 Y
Richard Holme 20 Ag Lab Y
John Gass 20 Ag Lab Y
William Coward 14 Ag Lab Y
Margaret Routlidge 26 F.S Y

1851 census
HO 107/2442 WESTMORLAND Underbarrow 423 High Grigg Hall
Francis Hully Head Wdr 55 Farmer 130 acres empl 3 Ag Labs Lancashire Benton (sic)
Thomas Hully Son M 26 Farmer's son Westmorland Underbarrow
Betsy Hully Dau iLM 22 Son's wife Westmorland Underbarrow
Dorothy Hully Dau U 24 Westmorland Underbarrow
John Gass Serv U 30 Farm servant Westmorland Underbarrow
Thomas Gass Serv U 26 Farm servant Westmorland Underbarrow
William Blackburn Serv U 15 Farm servant Westmorland Underbarrow

1855 27 Oct - Lancaster Gazette - WESTMORLAND QUARTER SESSIONS - The general
Michaelmas quarter sessions of the police for the county of Westmorland took place
at the Town Hall, Kendal, on Friday week before the Chairman and Magistrates.
The following gentlemen were sworn on THE GRAND JURY - (incl) Francis Hully,
Gregg Hall, farmer.

1858 - WESTMORLAND TRADES DIRECTORY Orton Commercial Hully Francis,farmer; Farmers
Hully F - High Grigg hall, Underbarrow, Kendal.

1861 census
RG 9/3973 f3 Underbarrow High Grigg Hall
Frances Hully Head Widr 65 Farmer Yorkshire Clayton
Betsy Hully Dau[in law W] 32 Westmorland Kendal
Dorothy Hully [Grand]Dau 9 Scholar Westmorland Kendal
Frances Hully [Grand]Son 6 Scholar Westmorland Kendal
Thomas Hully [Grand]Son 4 Scholar Westmorland Kendal
William Hully [Grand]Son 2 Westmorland Kendal
Richard Holme Serv Un 38 Ploughman Westmorland Kendal
John Gass Serv Un 37 General Serv Westmorland Kendal
Joseph Benson Serv Un 21 General Serv Westmorland Kendal
Margaret Clemott Serv Un 21 General Serv Westmorland Kendal

1871 census
RG 10/5290 f50 Underbarrow High Grigg Hall
Francis Hully Head W 75 Farmer of 150 Acres Tatham Lancs
Betsy Hully H'Kper W 42 Graygrigg Westmld
Dorothy Hully G-dau U 19 Underbarrow Westmld
Francis Hully G-son U 16 Underbarrow Westmld
Thomas Hully G-son U 14 Underbarrow Westmld
Richard Holme Servt U 50 Farm Servant Underbarrow Westmld
Robt. Ripon Servt W 65 Farm Servant Wyesdale Lancs

1876 20 Sep - made Will - copy held.

1878 22 Jan - died at Underbarrow - see will

1878 9 Feb - HULLY Francis (Effects under £800) The Will of Francis Hully late of High Grigg Hall
Underbarrow inthe County of Westmoreland Farmer who died 22 Jan 1878 at High
Grigg Hall was proved at Carlisle by William Wilson of Low Grigg Hall Underbarrow
Farmer and Francis Hully of High Grigg Hall Husbandman the Grandson the
Executors.

Note by Nigel Hully Mar 2003:

It seems that Moses (b1766) went to Orton between 1803 and 1808 as a farmer. His
three daughters were married there and three more children were born there. In 1829
he was a butcher in Kendal with his sons Francis (b1800) and John (b1803). Francis
went back to Orton in 1837 to marry and left his brother John and another brother Moses
(b1816) to carry on the butchery business. They had shops in the Market Place. Francis
was a farmer with 60 acres in 1851, He also had a cousin Francis (1796-1873) son of
Moses' (b1766) brother Thomas (b1769) a farmer near Kendal 1857.


132. Dorothy Hully

1827 - born at Underbarrow - see 1851 census below.

1841 census
HO 107/1319/10 f28r Newby Nutter
John Hully 40 Farmer Y
Ann Hully 35 N
Miles Hully 30 Y
Dorothy Hully 14 N
Thomas Hully 1 Y
John Bateson 20 M.S Y
Margaret Eccles 9 Y

1851 census
HO 107/2442 WESTMORLAND Underbarrow 423 High Grigg Hall
Francis Hully Head Wdr 55 Farmer 130 acres empl 3 Ag Labs Lancashire Benton (sic)
Thomas Hully Son M 26 Farmer's son Westmorland Underbarrow
Betsy Hully Dau iLM 22 Son's wife Westmorland Underbarrow
Dorothy Hully Dau U 24 Westmorland Underbarrow
John Gass Serv U 30 Farm servant Westmorland Underbarrow
Thomas Gass Serv U 26 Farm servant Westmorland Underbarrow
William Blackburn Serv U 15 Farm servant Westmorland Underbarrow

1852 Jun qtr - married at Kendal RD: Hully Dorothy Kendal 10b 775 (GRO).
- married at Underbarrow to Myles Wilson (see GOONS marriage index)


75. Thomas Hully

1797 - born at Tatham - see 1851 census entry below.

1817-18 - Hully, Thomas, of Mewith, husbandman, son of Thos., late of Tatham. source-
LANCASHIRE AND CHESHIRE RECORD SOCIETY Vol 87 Free Burgesses of Lancaster
1668-1840.

1826 07 Jan - married at Bentham parish church: Thomas Hully of this Paraish Farmer and Ann Parker of the Parish of
Uldale Hall in the county of Cumberland Spinster were marrie in this church by Licence with Consent of
............... this seventh Day of January in teh Year One thousand eight hundred and twenty six
by me Richard Skirrow Curate
This Marriage was solemnized between us Thomas Hulley
Ann Parker
In the Presence of John Hully
Mary Hully

1827 - son Thomas born at Bentham - see 1851 census below.

1830 - daughter Dorothy born at Bentham - see 1851 census below.

1830 - daughter Ann born at Bentham - see 1851 census below

1834 - son Isaac born - see 1851 census entry below.

1837 - daughter Mary born at Bentham Yorks - see 1851 census entry below

1839 Sep qtr - son John Parker born at Skipton: Hully John Parker Settle 23 554. (twin of Rebecca
Hully)

1839 Sep qtr - daughter Rebecca born at Skipton: Hully Rebecca Settle 23 555. (twin of John Parker
Hully)

1841 census
HO 107/1319/6 f5r Bentham Mewith Head
Thomas Hully 40 Farmer N
Ann Hully 35 Y
Thomas Hully 14 (blank)
Dorothy Hully 11 (blank)
Ann Hully 9 Y
Isaac Hully 7 Y
Mary Hully 5 Y
John Parker Hully 1 Y
Rebecca Hully 1 Y
Thomas Buller 15 Ag Lab Y
Christiana Wilson 15 F.S.

1843 Mar qtr - son William born at Settle (GRO).

1843 16 Sep - Westmorland Gazette - TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION - Lot 4 - All that Freehold Close or Inclosure of
GRAZING LAND, situate within the Township of Ingleton, in the CVounty of York, called the LORD'S
ALLOTMENT, containing , in Statute Measure, 140 Acres or thereabouts, and now in the occupation of
Thomas Hully as tenant thereof. (also listed on 23 Sep 1843)

1845 Jun qtr - daughter Nancy born at Settle (GRO).

1851 census
HO 107/2277 YORKSHIRE Bentham 103 Mewith Head
Thomas Hulley Head M 54 Farmer 190 Lancashire Tatham
Ann Hulley Wife M 46 Farmer's Wife Yorkshire Ingleton
Thomas Hulley Son U 24 Farmer's son Yorkshire Bentham
Dorothy Hulley Dau U 21 Farmers' daughter Yorkshire Bentham
Ann Hulley Dau U 19 Yorkshire Bentham
Isaac Hulley Son U 16 Yorkshire Bentham
Mary Hulley Dau U 14 Yorkshire Bentham
John Parker Hulley Son U 11 Yorkshire Bentham
Rebecca Hulley Dau U 11 Yorkshire Bentham
William Hulley Son U 8 Yorkshire Bentham
Nancy Hulley Dau U 3 Yorkshire Bentham

1851 29 Nov - Lancaster Gazette - AN INFURIATED COW - On the 17th inst., a cow belonging to Mr.
Thomas Hully, of Mewith Head, which along with several others, was brought to
Ingleton fair, and from her wild appearance, soon gave evidence that she did not
intend to stay long in the village, she soon afterwards proceeded at a rapid rate down
the back street, and came in contact with a boy, whom she knocked down and hurt
severely. She then proceeded towards the Bridge Inn, clearing the road as she went
along, on arriving at the toll gate, the keeper of which in his endeavours to stop her,
had several of his front teeth knocked out by her horn, which she ran into his mouth,
She then went on to Westhouse, where she threw a person into the ditch, she then
got into a field, and could not be induced to return homewards until her companions
were brought to accompany her.

1855 Sep qtr - dau Mary died at Settle RD: Hully Mary Settle 9a 6 (FreeBMD).

1855 15 Sep - Lancaster Gazette - DEATHS - Mewith Head - On the 10th instant, at Mewith
Head, near Bentham, Mary, daughter of Mr. Thomas Hully, farmer, aged 19 years.

1861 census
RG 9/3177 f43rev Bentham Mewith Head
Thomas Hully Head Mar 63 Farmer of 320 ac empl 1 man Lancs Tatham
Ann Hully Wife Mar 55 Yorks Ingleton
Rebecca Hully Dau Un 21 Yorks Bentham
William Hully Son Un 18 Yorks Bentham
Nancy Hully Dau Un 15 Yorks Bentham
William Edmondson Servt 72 Ag Lab Lancs Melling

1864 26 Aug - son Thomas died at Preston: source - see will below.

1864 5 Oct - HULLY Thomas Effects under £300 Letters of Administration of the Personal Estate
and effects of Thomas Hully late of Mewith Head in Bentham in the County of York
Farmer a Bachelor deceased who died 26 Aug 1864 at Preston in the County of
Lancaster were granted at Wakefield to Thomas Hully of Mewith Head a Farmer the
Father of the said deceased.

1868 Jun qtr - son Isaac married at Manchester: Hully Isaac Manchester 8d 541 (IGI).

1870 11 Jun - made Will - copy held.

1871 census
RG 10/4251 f42 Bentham Mewith Head
Thomas Hully Head M 74 Farmer 217 acres Lancs Tatham
Ann Hully Wife M 66 Yorks Ingleton
John Hully Son U 31 Farmer's son Yorks Bentham
William Hully Son U 28 Farmer 18 ac Cattle Dealer Yorks Bentham
Annie Hall Serv U 27 General Servant - Domestic Lancs Porburndale

1873 Jun qtr - died at Settle RD: Hully Thomas 76 Settle 9a 8 (GRO).

1873 27 Apr - died at Mewith Head, Bentham - see will entry below.

1873 03 May - Lancaster Gazette - DEATHS - Bentham - On the 27th ult., at Mewith Head, Mr.
Thomas Hully, farmer.

1873 26 May - HULLY Thomas Effects under £2000 The Will of Thomas Hully late of Mewith Head
in the Township of Bentham in the County of York Farmer who died 27 Apr 1873 at
Mewith Head was proved at Wakefield by John Parker of Lenghow Bentham
Farmer and John Hully of Lane Foot Bentham Farmer the Executors.


Ann Parker

1826 07 Jan - married at Bentham parish church: Thomas Hully of this Paraish Farmer and Ann Parker of the Parish of
Uldale Hall in the county of Cumberland Spinster were marrie in this church by Licence with Consent of
............... this seventh Day of January in teh Year One thousand eight hundred and twenty six
by me Richard Skirrow Curate
This Marriage was solemnized between us Thomas Hulley
Ann Parker
In the Presence of John Hully
Mary Hully

1827 - son Thomas born at Bentham - see 1851 census below.

1830 - daughter Dorothy born at Bentham - see 1851 census below.

1830 - daughter Ann born at Bentham - see 1851 census below

1834 - son Isaac born - see 1851 census entry below.

1837 - daughter Mary born at Bentham Yorks - see 1851 census entry below

1839 Sep qtr - son John Parker born at Skipton: Hully John Parker Settle 23 554. (twin of Rebecca
Hully)

1839 Sep qtr - daughter Rebecca born at Skipton: Hully Rebecca Settle 23 555. (twin of John Parker
Hully)

1841 census
HO 107/1319/6 f5r Bentham Mewith Head
Thomas Hully 40 Farmer N
Ann Hully 35 Y
Thomas Hully 14 (blank)
Dorothy Hully 11 (blank)
Ann Hully 9 Y
Isaac Hully 7 Y
Mary Hully 5 Y
John Parker Hully 1 Y
Rebecca Hully 1 Y
Thomas Buller 15 Ag Lab Y
Christiana Wilson 15 F.S.

1843 Mar qtr - son William born at Settle (GRO).

1845 Jun qtr - daughter Nancy born at Settle (GRO).

1851 census
HO 107/2277 YORKSHIRE Bentham 103 Mewith Head
Thomas Hulley Head M 54 Farmer 190 Lancashire Tatham
Ann Hulley Wife M 46 Farmer's Wife Yorkshire Ingleton
Thomas Hulley Son U 24 Farmer's son Yorkshire Bentham
Dorothy Hulley Dau U 21 Farmers' daughter Yorkshire Bentham
Ann Hulley Dau U 19 Yorkshire Bentham
Isaac Hulley Son U 16 Yorkshire Bentham
Mary Hulley Dau U 14 Yorkshire Bentham
John Parker Hulley Son U 11 Yorkshire Bentham
Rebecca Hulley Dau U 11 Yorkshire Bentham
William Hulley Son U 8 Yorkshire Bentham
Nancy Hulley Dau U 3 Yorkshire Bentham

1855 Sep qtr - dau Mary died at Settle RD: Hully Mary Settle 9a 6 (FreeBMD).

1855 15 Sep - Lancaster Gazette - DEATHS - Mewith Head - On the 10th instant, at Mewith
Head, near Bentham, Mary, daughter of Mr. Thomas Hully, farmer, aged 19 years.

1861 census
RG 9/3177 f43rev Bentham Mewith Head
Thomas Hully Head Mar 63 Farmer of 320 ac empl 1 man Lancs Tatham
Ann Hully Wife Mar 55 Yorks Ingleton
Rebecca Hully Dau Un 21 Yorks Bentham
William Hully Son Un 18 Yorks Bentham
Nancy Hully Dau Un 15 Yorks Bentham
William Edmondson Servt 72 Ag Lab Lancs Mellin

1864 26 Aug - son Thomas died at Preston: source - will

1868 Jun qtr - son Isaac married at Manchester: Hully Isaac Manchester 8d 541 (IGI).

1871 census
RG 10/4251 f42 Bentham Mewith Head
Thomas Hully Head M 74 Farmer 217 acres Lancs Tatham
Ann Hully Wife M 66 Yorks Ingleton
John Hully Son U 31 Farmer's son Yorks Bentham
William Hully Son U 28 Farmer 18 ac Cattle Dealer Yorks Bentham

1873 Jun qtr - husband died at Settle RD: Hully Thomas 76 Settle 9a 8 (GRO).

1873 27 Apr - husband died at Mewith Head, Bentham - see will entry below.

1873 03 May - Lancaster Gazette - DEATHS - Bentham - On the 27th ult., at Mewith Head, Mr.
Thomas Hully, farmer.

bef. 1880 - daughter Ann died

1880 10 Sep - made Will - copy held.

1880 14 Sep - died at Mewith Head, Bentham - see will below.

1883 4 Jun - HULLY Ann (Personal Estate under £350 Resworn £534.1s.4d.) The Will of Ann Hully
late of Mewith Head in the parish of Bentham in the County of York Widow who died 14
Sep 1880 at Mewith Head was proved at Wakefield by John Hully of Mewith Head
and William Hully of Clapham in the said County Farmers the Sons the Executors.


134. Thomas Hully

1827 - born at Bentham - see 1851 census below.

1841 census
HO 107/1319/6 f5r Bentham Mewith Head
Thomas Hully 40 Farmer N
Ann Hully 35 Y
Thomas Hully 14 (blank)
Dorothy Hully 11 (blank)
Ann Hully 9 Y
Isaac Hully 7 Y
Mary Hully 5 Y
John Parker Hully 1 Y
Rebecca Hully 1 Y
Thomas Buller 15 Ag Lab Y
Christiana Wilson 15 F.S.

1851 census
HO 107/2277 YORKSHIRE Bentham 103 Mewith Head
Thomas Hulley Head M 54 Farmer 190 Lancashire Tatham
Ann Hulley Wife M 46 Farmer's Wife Yorkshire Ingleton
Thomas Hulley Son U 24 Farmer's son Yorkshire Bentham
Dorothy Hulley Dau U 21 Farmers' daughter Yorkshire Bentham
Ann Hulley Dau U 19 Yorkshire Bentham
Isaac Hulley Son U 16 Yorkshire Bentham
Mary Hulley Dau U 14 Yorkshire Bentham
John Parker Hulley Son U 11 Yorkshire Bentham
Rebecca Hulley Dau U 11 Yorkshire Bentham
William Hulley Son U 8 Yorkshire Bentham
Nancy Hulley Dau U 3 Yorkshire Bentham

1864 26 Aug - died at Preston: see Will index below.

1864 Aug 27 - Preston Guardian - Deaths (Incl) On the 26 inst, at the Queens Arm’s Hotel, in this
town, Mr Thomas Hulley, cattle dealer, of Bentham, Yorkshire, aged 36.

1864 31 Aug - Blackburn Standard - deaths on the 26th incident, at the Queens Arms Hotel,
Preston, Mr Thomas Hulley, cattle dealer, of Benton, Yorkshire, aged 36 years.

1864 Aug 27 - Preston Guardian - Sudden and Melancholy Death. A cattle dealer well known in the
North, named Thomas Hulley, who resided at Bentham, in Yorkshire, died suddenly
at Preston, yesterday morning. For some time he had been in the habit of attending
the Preston cattle market and fair, and at the beginning of the week he came here
with some stock for sale. On Thursday afternoon, he went to the Queens Arm’s,
North-road, which was the inn he stayed at when in Preston. Whilst there he was
taken ill and was obliged to go to bed. Dr Spencer was sent for, and on examining
Mr Hulley, he found that he was suffering from inflammation of the bowels. Dr
Spencer administered the usual remedies; but Mr Hulley got worse and died
yesterday morning. The deceased, who was 36 years of age, was highly respected
by all who knew him. He was engaged to be married today, and full arrangements
had been made for the celebration of the event.

1864 03 Sep - Lancaster Gazette - BENTHAM - SUDDEN DEATH - An instance of the uncertainty
of human life has just occurred to a young man named Mr. Thomas Hully, of Mewith
Head, Bentham, who was full of health and vigour. He was a respectable cattle
dealer, and had taken a number of beasts to Preston for sale. On Thursday morning,
the 25th ult., he took his breakfast cheerfully, and afterwards transacted his business,
but feeling unwell he returned to the inn where he stayed till about one o’clock and
went to bed. From some cause inflammation of the bowels set in, and not
withstanding good medical assistance, he died about seven o’clock the following
morning. What adds to the gloom of his friends, arrangements had been completed
for his being united in marriage on the 27th ult.

1864 5 Oct - HULLY Thomas Effects under £300 Letters of Administration of the Personal Estate
and effects of Thomas Hully late of Mewith Head in Bentham in the County of York
Farmer a Bachelor deceased who died 26 Aug 1864 at Preston in the County of
Lancaster were granted at Wakefield to Thomas Hully of Mewith Head a Farmer the
Father of the said deceased.


135. Dorothy Hully

1830 - born at Bentham - see 1851 census below.

1841 census
HO 107/1319/6 f5r Bentham Mewith Head
Thomas Hully 40 Farmer N
Ann Hully 35 Y
Thomas Hully 14 (blank)
Dorothy Hully 11 (blank)
Ann Hully 9 Y
Isaac Hully 7 Y
Mary Hully 5 Y
John Parker Hully 1 Y
Rebecca Hully 1 Y
Thomas Buller 15 Ag Lab Y
Christiana Wilson 15 F.S.

1851 census
HO 107/2277 YORKSHIRE Bentham 103 Mewith Head
Thomas Hulley Head M 54 Farmer 190 Lancashire Tatham
Ann Hulley Wife M 46 Farmer's Wife Yorkshire Ingleton
Thomas Hulley Son U 24 Farmer's son Yorkshire Bentham
Dorothy Hulley Dau U 21 Farmers' daughter Yorkshire Bentham
Ann Hulley Dau U 19 Yorkshire Bentham
Isaac Hulley Son U 16 Yorkshire Bentham
Mary Hulley Dau U 14 Yorkshire Bentham
John Parker Hulley Son U 11 Yorkshire Bentham
Rebecca Hulley Dau U 11 Yorkshire Bentham
William Hulley Son U 8 Yorkshire Bentham
Nancy Hulley Dau U 3 Yorkshire Bentham

1859 Jun qtr - married at Settle RD: Hully Dorothy Settle 9a 11 (FreeBMD).

1859 04 May - married at Bentham Parish church; Edward Taylor 30 Bachelor Butcher Chorley - father Anthony
Taylor Butcher; Dorothy Hully 29 Spinster Mewith Head Thomas Hully Farmer. Wits Thomas Hully, Jane
?...........

1859 07 May - Lancaster Gazette - MARRIAGES - Bentham - On the 4th instant, at the Parish Church, by the Rev. W.G.
Bell, Mr. Edward Taylor, of Chorley, Lancashire, to Dorothy, eldest daughter of Mr. Thomas Hully, farmer,
Mewith Head, Bentham.

1870 11 Jun - father made Will - copy held. Mentions "son-in-law Edward Taylor husband of Doreathy."


Edward Taylor

1859 Jun qtr - married at Settle RD: Taylor Edward Settle 9a 11 (FreBMD).

1859 04 May - married at Bentham Parish church; Edward Taylor 30 Bachelor Butcher Chorley - father Anthony
Taylor Butcher; Dorothy Hully 29 Spinster Mewith Head Thomas Hully Farmer. Wits Thomas Hully, Jane
?...........

1859 07 May - Lancaster Gazette - MARRIAGES - Bentham - On the 4th instant, at the Parish Church, by the Rev. W.G.
Bell, Mr. Edward Taylor, of Chorley, Lancashire, to Dorothy, eldest daughter of Mr. Thomas Hully, farmer,
Mewith Head, Bentham.

1870 11 Jun - father-in-law made Will - copy held. Mentions "son-in-law Edward Taylor husband of Doreathy."


138. Mary Hully

1837 - born at Bentham Yorks - see 1851 census entry below.

1841 census
HO 107/1319/6 f5r Bentham Mewith Head
Thomas Hully 40 Farmer N
Ann Hully 35 Y
Thomas Hully 14 (blank)
Dorothy Hully 11 (blank)
Ann Hully 9 Y
Isaac Hully 7 Y
Mary Hully 5 Y
John Parker Hully 1 Y
Rebecca Hully 1 Y
Thomas Buller 15 Ag Lab Y
Christiana Wilson 15 F.S.

1851 census
HO 107/2277 YORKSHIRE Bentham 103 Mewith Head
Thomas Hulley Head M 54 Farmer 190 Lancashire Tatham
Ann Hulley Wife M 46 Farmer's Wife Yorkshire Ingleton
Thomas Hulley Son U 24 Farmer's son Yorkshire Bentham
Dorothy Hulley Dau U 21 Farmers' daughter Yorkshire Bentham
Ann Hulley Dau U 19 Yorkshire Bentham
Isaac Hulley Son U 16 Yorkshire Bentham
Mary Hulley Dau U 14 Yorkshire Bentham
John Parker Hulley Son U 11 Yorkshire Bentham
Rebecca Hulley Dau U 11 Yorkshire Bentham
William Hulley Son U 8 Yorkshire Bentham
Nancy Hulley Dau U 3 Yorkshire Bentham

1855 Sep qtr - died at Settle RD: Hully Mary Settle 9a 6 (FreeBMD).

1855 15 Sep - Lancaster Gazette - DEATHS - Mewith Head - On the 10th instant, at Mewith
Head, near Bentham, Mary, daughter of Mr. Thomas Hully, farmer, aged 19 years.


139. John Parker Hully

1839 Sep qtr - born at Skipton: Hully John Parker Settle 23 554. (twin of Rebecca Hully)

1841 census
HO 107/1319/6 f5r Bentham Mewith Head
Thomas Hully 40 Farmer N
Ann Hully 35 Y
Thomas Hully 14 (blank)
Dorothy Hully 11 (blank)
Ann Hully 9 Y
Isaac Hully 7 Y
Mary Hully 5 Y
John Parker Hully 1 Y
Rebecca Hully 1 Y
Thomas Buller 15 Ag Lab Y
Christiana Wilson 15 F.S.

1851 census
HO 107/2277 YORKSHIRE Bentham 103 Mewith Head
Thomas Hulley Head M 54 Farmer 190 Lancashire Tatham
Ann Hulley Wife M 46 Farmer's Wife Yorkshire Ingleton
Thomas Hulley Son U 24 Farmer's son Yorkshire Bentham
Dorothy Hulley Dau U 21 Farmers' daughter Yorkshire Bentham
Ann Hulley Dau U 19 Yorkshire Bentham
Isaac Hulley Son U 16 Yorkshire Bentham
Mary Hulley Dau U 14 Yorkshire Bentham
John Parker Hulley Son U 11 Yorkshire Bentham
Rebecca Hulley Dau U 11 Yorkshire Bentham
William Hulley Son U 8 Yorkshire Bentham
Nancy Hulley Dau U 3 Yorkshire Bentham

1871 census
RG 10/4251 f42 Bentham Mewith Head
Thomas Hully Head M 74 Farmer 217 acres Lancs Tatham
Ann Hully Wife M 66 Yorks Ingleton
John Hully Son U 31 Farmer's son Yorks Bentham
William Hully Son U 28 Farmer 18 ac Cattle Dealer Yorks Bentham

1874 12 Dec - Lancaster Gazette - ADVERTISEMENT
MEWITH HEAD, NEAR BENTHAM, Sept 3. 1874.
Gentlemen, The Salve I had from you has given me great satisfation; my sheep have never done so well
for many years. The wool merchant said he much preferred it to wool from sheep salved with tar. From
yours respectfully, JOHN HULLY.
To Messrs. Caruthers and Bagnall

1876 17 Feb - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer HALIFAX AND HUDDERSFIELD BANK
Persons of whom the Company or Partnership consists: (inc.) Hulley John, near Bentham, farmer.

1881 census
RG 11/4297 f. 24 Mewith Head Bentham, York
John HULLY Head U 36 Farmer Of 67 Acres Bentham, York
William HULLY BrotherU 34 Cattle Dealer Bentham, York
Nancy HULLY Sister U 32 General Servant Bentham, York
John BROMWELL U 60 Farm Servant (Indoor) Newton, Westmorland

1883 4 Jun - Joint executor to mother's will:
HULLY Ann (Personal Estate under £350 Resworn £534.1s.4d.) The Will of Ann Hully
late of Mewith Head in the parish of Bentham in the County of York Widow who died 14
Sep 1880 at Mewith Head was proved at Wakefield by John Hully of Mewith Head
and William Hully of Clapham in the said County Farmers the Sons the Executors.

1891 census
RG 12/3492 f22 Bentham Mewith Head
John P. Hully Head S 50 Farmer Yorks Bentham
George Metcalfe Serv S 60 Farm Labourer Lancs Kellett
Eunice Dinsdale Serv S 35 General Servant Dom Yorks Wensleydale

1901 census
RG 13/4020 29r Bentham WRY Mewith Head
John Hully Head S 61 Farmer Yorks Bentham
Isabell Taylor Servant Wid 55 General Servant (Domestic) Yorks Dent
John Devin Servant M 45 Carter on Farm Yorks Dent

1907 28 Jan - died at Bentham - see Probate index below.

1907 - Probate index entry:
Hully John Parker of Bentham Yorkshire died 28 January 1907 Administration
Wakefield to Isaac Hully farmer Effects £1190 8s.8d.


140. Rebecca Hully

1839 Sep qtr - born at Skipton: Hully Rebecca Settle 23 555. (twin of John Parker Hully)

1841 census
HO 107/1319/6 f5r Bentham Mewith Head
Thomas Hully 40 Farmer N
Ann Hully 35 Y
Thomas Hully 14 (blank)
Dorothy Hully 11 (blank)
Ann Hully 9 Y
Isaac Hully 7 Y
Mary Hully 5 Y
John Parker Hully 1 Y
Rebecca Hully 1 Y
Thomas Buller 15 Ag Lab Y
Christiana Wilson 15 F.S.

1851 census
HO 107/2277 YORKSHIRE Bentham 103 Mewith Head
Thomas Hulley Head M 54 Farmer 190 Lancashire Tatham
Ann Hulley Wife M 46 Farmer's Wife Yorkshire Ingleton
Thomas Hulley Son U 24 Farmer's son Yorkshire Bentham
Dorothy Hulley Dau U 21 Farmers' daughter Yorkshire Bentham
Ann Hulley Dau U 19 Yorkshire Bentham
Isaac Hulley Son U 16 Yorkshire Bentham
Mary Hulley Dau U 14 Yorkshire Bentham
John Parker Hulley Son U 11 Yorkshire Bentham
Rebecca Hulley Dau U 11 Yorkshire Bentham
William Hulley Son U 8 Yorkshire Bentham
Nancy Hulley Dau U 3 Yorkshire Bentham

1861 census
RG 9/3177 f43rev Bentham Mewith Head
Thomas Hully Head Mar 63 Farmer of 320 ac empl 1 man Lancs Tatham
Ann Hully Wife Mar 55 Yorks Ingleton
Rebecca Hully Dau Un 21 Yorks Bentham
William Hully Son Un 18 Yorks Bentham
Nancy Hully Dau Un 15 Yorks Bentham
William Edmondson Servt 72 Ag Lab Lancs Melling

1861 Sep qtr - died at Settle: Hully Rebecca Settle 9a 8.


141. William Hully

1843 Mar qtr - born at Settle (GRO).

1851 census
HO 107/2277 YORKSHIRE Bentham 103 Mewith Head
Thomas Hulley Head M 54 Farmer 190 Lancashire Tatham
Ann Hulley Wife M 46 Farmer's Wife Yorkshire Ingleton
Thomas Hulley Son U 24 Farmer's son Yorkshire Bentham
Dorothy Hulley Dau U 21 Farmers' daughter Yorkshire Bentham
Ann Hulley Dau U 19 Yorkshire Bentham
Isaac Hulley Son U 16 Yorkshire Bentham
Mary Hulley Dau U 14 Yorkshire Bentham
John Parker Hulley Son U 11 Yorkshire Bentham
Rebecca Hulley Dau U 11 Yorkshire Bentham
William Hulley Son U 8 Yorkshire Bentham
Nancy Hulley Dau U 3 Yorkshire Bentham

1861 census
RG 9/3177 f43rev Bentham Mewith Head
Thomas Hully Head Mar 63 Farmer of 320 ac empl 1 man Lancs Tatham
Ann Hully Wife Mar 55 Yorks Ingleton
Rebecca Hully Dau Un 21 Yorks Bentham
William Hully Son Un 18 Yorks Bentham
Nancy Hully Dau Un 15 Yorks Bentham
William Edmondson Servt 72 Ag Lab Lancs Melling

1871 census
RG 10/4251 f42 Bentham Mewith Head
Thomas Hully Head M 74 Farmer 217 acres Lancs Tatham
Ann Hully Wife M 66 Yorks Ingleton
John Hully Son U 31 Farmer's son Yorks Bentham
William Hully Son U 28 Farmer 18 ac Cattle Dealer Yorks Bentham

1881 census
RG 11/4297 f. 24 Mewith Head Bentham, York
John HULLY Head U 36 Farmer Of 67 Acres Bentham, York
William HULLY BrotherU 34 Cattle Dealer Bentham, York
Nancy HULLY Sister U 32 General Servant Bentham, York
John BROMWELL U 60 Farm Servant (Indoor) Newton, Westmorland

1883 4 Jun - Joint executor to mother's will:
HULLY Ann (Personal Estate under £350 Resworn £534.1s.4d.) The Will of Ann Hully
late of Mewith Head in the parish of Bentham in the County of York Widow who died 14
Sep 1880 at Mewith Head was proved at Wakefield by John Hully of Mewith Head
and William Hully of Clapham in the said County Farmers the Sons the Executors.


1891 census
RG 12/4032 f88 Bishopdale Scar Top (Aysgarth)
Robert Wilcock Head S 30 Farmer (+ 5 serv) Yorks Bentham
William Hully Uncle S 44 Farmer Yorks Bentham

1901 census
RG 13/3961 (p14) Lea, Ashton, Ingol & Cottam LAN Leyland Bridge
Isaac Hulby Head M 66 Farmer Yorks Bentham
Katherine Hulby Wife M 62 Lancs Eccles
Lilian Hulby Dau S 25 Westmorland Casterton
Peter Toey Servant S 30 Agricultural Labourer Ireland Mayo
William Hulby Brother S 58 Farmer Yorks Bentham
Mary Wilson Servant S 25 Servant Domestic Lancs Preston
Richard Appleby Servant S 25 Agricultural Labourer Staffs Sharley Brook

Note shown in FT of Alfred Hully b. 1918:
The family of Kate Speakman Mentioned in text (no text shown) Isaac had a daughter
Lousie Ann Hully who lived with her Uncle William until he died in 1924. She then
married Michael Faraday a relation of the Scientist. Isaac his wife Katherine Phillips,
William and Louise are all buried in Low Bentham churchyard.


142. Nancy Hully

1845 Jun qtr - born at Settle RD (GRO).

1851 census
HO 107/2277 YORKSHIRE Bentham 103 Mewith Head
Thomas Hulley Head M 54 Farmer 190 Lancashire Tatham
Ann Hulley Wife M 46 Farmer's Wife Yorkshire Ingleton
Thomas Hulley Son U 24 Farmer's son Yorkshire Bentham
Dorothy Hulley Dau U 21 Farmers' daughter Yorkshire Bentham
Ann Hulley Dau U 19 Yorkshire Bentham
Isaac Hulley Son U 16 Yorkshire Bentham
Mary Hulley Dau U 14 Yorkshire Bentham
John Parker Hulley Son U 11 Yorkshire Bentham
Rebecca Hulley Dau U 11 Yorkshire Bentham
William Hulley Son U 8 Yorkshire Bentham
Nancy Hulley Dau U 3 Yorkshire Bentham

1861 census
RG 9/3177 f43rev Bentham Mewith Head
Thomas Hully Head Mar 63 Farmer of 320 ac empl 1 man Lancs Tatham
Ann Hully Wife Mar 55 Yorks Ingleton
Rebecca Hully Dau Un 21 Yorks Bentham
William Hully Son Un 18 Yorks Bentham
Nancy Hully Dau Un 15 Yorks Bentham
William Edmondson Servt 72 Ag Lab Lancs Melling

1871 census
RG 10/4254 f11 Giggleswick No address
Elizabeth Bentham Head W 62 Retired School Mistress Yorks Ingleton
Nancy Hully Niece U 23 Farmers Dau Yorks Bentham

1881 census
RG 11/4297 f. 24 Mewith Head Bentham, York
John HULLY Head U 36 Farmer Of 67 Acres Bentham, York
William HULLY BrotherU 34 Cattle Dealer Bentham, York
Nancy HULLY Sister U 32 General Servant Bentham, York
John BROMWELL U 60 Farm Servant (Indoor) Newton, Westmorland

1882 Mar qtr - married at Bradford Yorks RD: Hully Nancy Bradford Yorks 9b 275 (FreeBMD).


Thomas Marsden

1882 Mar qtr - married at Bradford Yorks RD: Hully Nancy Bradford Yorks 9b 275 (FreeBMD).


77. John Hully

1800 7 Apr - born at Bentham - see baptismal record below.

1800 25 May - baptised at St John the Baptist church Bentham: John son of Thomas & Dorothy Hully (born 7 Apr).

1817-18 - Hully, John, husbandman, son of same Thos., the elder (ie late of Tatham) source- LANCASHIRE AND
CHESHIRE RECORD SOCIETY Vol 87 Free Burgesses of Lancaster 1668-1840.

1829 02 May - Westmorland Gazette - Saturday 02 May 1829
TROTTING MATCH - When men, particularly at Fair time, get to talking about
Nags and Kye,
Oats and rye,
a wager is the consequence; and this was the case with Robert Walne and John Hully respecting the
speed and qualifications of their respective ponies. Dashalong, the property of John Hully, is a black
pony rising three old, and the white pony, the Lilly of the Valley, is aged; it was heretofore the property of
Captain Hardy, of Ravenstonedale, and known in the annals of fame as a first rate goer. They were
matched to trot two miles on the Shap road, from the first to the second milestone, out and in; The
ponies, with their backers, appeared at the scratch on Thursday night, at six o'clock, the time appointed;
the odds were 5, 10, and even 20 to 1 in favour of the Lily of the Valley. Away they went at score, neck
and neck, but when within a short distance from home, the white pony broke, and had to return
according to articles, but could never retain its former station, and lost the match. Umpire, Mr. Mullard.
The two miles were done in less than nine minutes.

1837 Sep qtr - married at Kendal RD: Hully John Kendal 25 318 (GRO).

1837 02 Sep - Kendal Mercury - Married. At our Parish Church on Wednesday Last, Mr. John Hully, butcher, to Mrs. Ann
Ellwood, both of this town.

1840 27 Feb - son Thomas baptised at Clapham: Thomas Hully father John mother Ann (IGI).

1841 census
HO 107/1319/10 f28r Newby Nutter
John Hully 40 Farmer Y
Ann Hully 35 N
Miles Hully 30 Y
Dorothy Hully 14 N
Thomas Hully 1 Y
John Bateson 20 M.S Y
Margaret Eccles 9 Y

1842 21 May - daughter Dorothy baptised at Clapham: Dorothy Hully father John mother Ann (IGI).

1845 4 Oct - daughter Ann baptised at Clapham: Ann Hully father John mother Ann (IGI).

1851 census
HO 107/2277 YORKSHIRE Clapham 191 Nutter
John Hully Head M 49 Farmer of 80 acres empl 1 Labourer Yorkshire Bentham
Ann Hully Wife M 46 Lancashire Garstang
Thomas Hully Son 11 Yorkshire Clapham
Dorothy Hully Dau 8 Yorkshire Clapham
Ann Hully Dau 5 Yorkshire Clapham
Clark Hully Brother U 43 Clogger Yorkshire Bentham
Margaret Cocks Step-dau U 19 House Servant (crossed out) Yorkshire Clapham
Thomas Hoyle Servant U 19 Farm Servant Not Known

1855 06 Oct - Lancaster Gazette - KENDAL - MR JOHN HULLY’S CATTLE SALE - Mr Hully’s annual sale of cattle took
place on Tuesday last. The attendance was both large and respectable, the day fine, and Mr. H. had an
excellent sale.

1856 27 Sep - Lancaster Gazette - KENDAL - MR JOHN HULLY’S ANNUAL CATTLE SALE - The celebrated and long
established annual cattle sale took place on Wednesday last, the 24th instant at Kendal. The day was
bright, warm and clear and the attendance was both numerous and respectful, comprising breeders,
graziers, dealers and butchers from all the nooks and corners of Westmorland as well as of the
adjoining counties.
The stock of cattle and sheep were of a superior description, being partly bred by Mr. Hully, but are
chiefly selected by him, with great judgement and care, from the best herds and flocks in the county; and
the sheep, particularly, annually sold at this sale are of a superior description, and the sale is always
looked for with interest by intelligent graziers and breeders, as the mart where they are sure to meet with
first class animals, for either breeding or grazing purposes. Thirty head of cattle, and upwards of 300
sheep were disposed of by Mr. Fenton, to the entire satisfaction of both vendor and purchaser; for both
were equally gratified - the former at the excellent prices they sold for and for the latter at the rare
qualities and good condition of the animals they had purchased.

1857 19 Sep - Lancaster Gazette - MR JOHN HULLY’S ANNUAL CATTLE SALE - This annual sheep and cattle sale
came off on Monday last in a field at the Far Cross Bank, Kendal. The attendance of grazier and
breeders was very large, and the stock, consisting of fifty head of cattle, and upwards of three hundred
Leicester sheep and half-bred lambs, was of the choicest description, having been selected with great
care, by Mr. Hully, from the choicest herds and flocks in this district. Mr. Fenton, the well-known
agriculturist’s auctioneer, brought the lot to the hammer, and disposed of them at very good prices.

1857 26 Dec - Lancaster Gazette - STAVELEY CHRISTMAS MEAT SHOW - (incl) Mr. John Hayton slaughtered two
half-bred ewes, fed by Mr. John Hully, Gregg Hall, Underbarrow, which weighed 30lbs per quarter.

1858 25 Sep - Lancaster Gazette - MR JOHN HULLY’S ANNUAL CATTLE SALE - This annual cattle sale took place at
Kendal on Wednesday last, and was extremely well attended. The whole of the cattle were disposed of,
and the sheep and the lambs, being of superior description, were eagerly contested for; the prices
obtained being about the same as last year.

1860 02 Jun - Lancaster Gazette - KENDAL WRESTLING SOCIETY - These sports took place on Tuesday and
Wednesday, May 29th and 30th, in a field belonging to Mr. John Hully, near to the Railway station. A
Trotting Match for £1 was won easily by Mr. John Hully’s “Charley.”

1860 07 Jul - Lancaster Gazette - BREACH OF MARKET REGULATIONS - On Thursday, John Hully, a cattle dealer,
was brought up at the Town Hall , and pleaded guilty to a charge of refusing to remove some sheep from
Mary-street. He had been used to standing there, and did not know that he might do so. He expressed
his regret, and was discharged on payment of 7s. 6d. costs.

1861 census
RG 9/3177 f121 rev Clapham Nutta
John Hully Head Mar 61 Farmer of 133 aces empl 3 labs Yorks Bentham
Ann Hully Wife Mar 57 Farmer's Wife Lancs Wyresdale
Thomas Hully Son Un 21 Farmer's Son Yorks Clapham
Dorothy Hully Dau Un 18 Farmer's Daur Yorks Clapham
Ann Hully Dau Un 15 Farmer's Daur Yorks Clapham
Miles Clark Hully Bro 53 Clogger Yorks Bentham
Mary Shepherd Grand dau 2 Yorks Bentham

1861 25 May - Lancaster Gazette - KENDAL WRESTLING SOCIETY - These sports came off on Tuesday and
Wednesday last, in a field belonging to Mr. John Hully, near the railway station.

1861 05 Oct - Lancaster Gazette - KENDAL - KENDAL AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION - The annual meeting of this
very old established Society was held on Saturday last, in a field occupied by Mr. John Hully, Longpool,
and which is usually appropriated for the purpose.

1864 24 Sep - Lancaster Gazette - KENDAL AGRICULTURAL SHOW - This show took place on Wednesday last, in a
field belonging to Mr. John Hully, where it has been annually held for some years past.

1865 25 Mar - Lancaster Gazette - BENTHAM -The yearly meeting of the ratepayers, was held on Monday afternoon
last. the following were appointed officers for the ensuing year: (incl) John Hully (plus 3) Surveyors.

1866 Jun qtr - daughter Dorothy married William Carr at Settle (GRO).

1871 census
RG 10/4252 f62r Clapham No address
John Hully Head M 70 Retired Farmer Yorks Bentham
Ann Hully Wife M 66 Lancs Scooton
Thomas Hully Son U 37 Farmer's son Yorks Nutta
Hannah Carve G-dau 8 Scholar Yorks Howith

1872 Mar qtr - daughter Ann married at Lunesdale, Yorkshire (GRO).

1872 Dec qtr - son Thomas married at Settle RD: Hully Thomas Settle 9a 13 (FreeBMD).

1873 Jun qtr - wife of son Thomas died at Settle RD: Hully Nancy 24 Settle 9a 9 (GRO).

1874 28 Feb - made Will - copy held.

1874 Mar qtr - died at Settle RD: Hully John 73 Settle 9a 9 (GRO).

1874 2 Mar - died at Clapham -see will below.

1874 07 Mar - Lancaster Gazette - DEATHS - Clapham - On the 2nd inst., Mr. John Hully, retired farmer, aged 73 years.

1874 5 Jun - HULLY John (Effects under £2000) The Will of John Hully late of Clapham in the County of York Farmer
who died 2 Mar 1874 at Clapham was proved at Wakefield by William Moore of Lodge Bank in the parish
of Clapham Farmer and David Booth of Newby in the same parish Farmer the Nephew the Executors.


Ann Ellwood

1805 - born at Garstang Lancs - see 1851 census below.

1837 Sep qtr - married at Kendal RD: Hully John Kendal 25 318 (GRO).

1840 27 Feb - son Thomas baptised at Clapham: Thomas Hully father John mother Ann (IGI).

1841 census
HO 107/1319/10 f28r Newby Nutter
John Hully 40 Farmer Y
Ann Hully 35 N
Miles Hully 30 Y
Dorothy Hully 14 N
Thomas Hully 1 Y
John Bateson 20 M.S Y
Margaret Eccles 9 Y

1842 21 May - daughter Dorothy baptised at Clapham: Dorothy Hully father John mother Ann (IGI).

1845 4 Oct - daughter Ann baptised at Clapham: Ann Hully father John mother Ann (IGI).

1851 census
HO 107/2277 YORKSHIRE Clapham 191 Nutter
John Hully Head M 49 Farmer of 80 acres empl 1 Labourer Yorkshire Bentham
Ann Hully Wife M 46 Lancashire Garstang
Thomas Hully Son 11 Yorkshire Clapham
Dorothy Hully Dau 8 Yorkshire Clapham
Ann Hully Dau 5 Yorkshire Clapham
Clark Hully Brother U 43 Clogger Yorkshire Bentham
Margaret Cocks Step-dau U 19 House Servant (crossed out) Yorkshire Clapham
Thomas Hoyle Servant U 19 Farm Servant Not Known

1861 census
RG 9/3177 f121 rev Clapham Nutta
John Hully Head Mar 61 Farmer of 133 aces empl 3 labs Yorks Bentham
Ann Hully Wife Mar 57 Farmer's Wife Lancs Wyresdale
Thomas Hully Son Un 21 Farmer's Son Yorks Clapham
Dorothy Hully Dau Un 18 Farmer's Daur Yorks Clapham
Ann Hully Dau Un 15 Farmer's Daur Yorks Clapham
Miles Clark Hully Bro 53 Clogger Yorks Bentham
Mary Shepherd Grand dau 2 Yorks Bentham


1866 Jun qtr - daughter Dorothy married William Carr at Settle (GRO).

1872 Mar qtr - daughter Ann married at Lunesdale, Yorkshire (GRO).

1872 Dec qtr - son Thomas married at Settle RD: Hully Thomas Settle 9a 13 (FreeBMD).

1873 Jun qtr - wife of son Thomas died at Settle RD: Hully Nancy 24 Settle 9a 9 (GRO).

1874 Mar qtr - husband died at Settle RD: Hully John 73 Settle 9a 9 (GRO).

1874 2 Mar - husband died at Clapham -see will below.

1874 07 Mar - Lancaster Gazette - DEATHS - Clapham - On the 2nd inst., Mr. John Hully, retired
farmer, aged 73 years.

1874 5 Jun - HULLY John (Effects under £2000) The Will of John Hully late of Clapham in the
County of York Farmer who died 2 Mar 1874 at Clapham was proved at Wakefield by
William Moore of Lodge Bank in the parish of Clapham Farmer and David Booth of
Newby in the same parish Farmer the Nephew the Executors.

1880 Sep qtr - died at Settle RD: Hully Ann 76 Settle 9a 8 (FreeBMD).

1880 18 Sep - Lancaster Gazette - DEATHS - Bentham - On the 14th inst., at Mewith Head, Ann,
widow of the late Mr. Thomas Hully, aged 76 years.


143. Thomas Hully

1840 27 Feb - baptised at Clapham: Thomas Hully father John mother Ann (IGI).

1841 census
HO 107/1319/10 f28r Newby Nutter
John Hully 40 Farmer Y
Ann Hully 35 N
Miles Hully 30 Y
Dorothy Hully 14 N
Thomas Hully 1 Y
John Bateson 20 M.S Y
Margaret Eccles 9 Y

1851 census
HO 107/2277 YORKSHIRE Clapham 191 Nutter
John Hully Head M 49 Farmer of 80 acres empl 1 Labourer Yorkshire Bentham
Ann Hully Wife M 46 Lancashire Garstang
Thomas Hully Son 11 Yorkshire Clapham
Dorothy Hully Dau 8 Yorkshire Clapham
Ann Hully Dau 5 Yorkshire Clapham
Clark Hully Brother U 43 Clogger Yorkshire Bentham
Margaret Cocks Step-dau U 19 House Servant (crossed out) Yorkshire Clapham
Thomas Hoyle Servant U 19 Farm Servant Not Known

1861 census
RG 9/3177 f121 rev Clapham Nutta
John Hully Head Mar 61 Farmer of 133 aces empl 3 labs Yorks Bentham
Ann Hully Wife Mar 57 Farmer's Wife Lancs Wyresdale
Thomas Hully Son Un 21 Farmer's Son Yorks Clapham
Dorothy Hully Dau Un 18 Farmer's Daur Yorks Clapham
Ann Hully Dau Un 15 Farmer's Daur Yorks Clapham
Miles Clark Hully Bro 53 Clogger Yorks Bentham
Mary Shepherd Grand dau 2 Yorks Bentham

1866 09 Jun - Lancaster Gazette - INGLETON - PETTY SESSIONS - Court House, Ingleton, Friday, June 1. (Before
E.M. Fenwick (chairman), James Farrar, and C. Ingleby, Esqs.) Cattle Straying: (incl.) Thomas Hully, of
Clapham; Hully was fined 1s. and costs.

1871 census
RG 10/4252 f62r Clapham No address
John Hully Head M 70 Retired Farmer Yorks Bentham
Ann Hully Wife M 66 Lancs Scooton
Thomas Hully Son U 37 Farmer's son Yorks Nutta
Hannah Carve G-dau 8 Scholar Yorks Howith

1872 Dec qtr - married at Settle RD: Hully Thomas Settle 9a 13 (FreeBMD).

1872 06 Nov - married at Clapham parish church: Thomas Hully Full age Bachelor Farmer Clapham - father John
Hully Farmer; Nancy Robinson Full age Spinster Newby - father Richard Robinson Labourer. Wits.
Barton Tomlinson, Elizabeth Robinson.

1873 Jun qtr - wife died at Settle RD: Hully Nancy 24 Settle 9a 9 (GRO).

1873 24 May - Lancaster Gazette - DEATHS - Clapham - On the 17th inst., at Newby, Nancy, wife of Mr. Thomas Hully,
cattle dealer, aged 24 years.

1881 census
RG 11/4297 f.122 Lodge Bank Clapham Cum Newby
William EARNSHAW Head M 55 Farmrs Hind (F Bailiff) Slaidburn, York
Jennet EARNSHAW Wife M 40 Ingleton, York
Thomas DIXSON Serv W 69 Farm Serv (Ag L) Dent, York
Thomas HULLY Boarder W 40 Farm Serv Out Of Employ Clapham, York

1890 Mar qtr - died at Clapham (GRO).


Nancy Robinson

1849 - born - see death notice below.

1872 Dec qtr - married at Settle RD: Robinson Nancy Settle 9a 13 (FreeBMD).

1872 06 Nov - married at Clapham parish church: Thomas Hully Full age Bachelor Farmer Clapham - father John
Hully Farmer; Nancy Robinson Full age Spinster Newby - father Richard Robinson Labourer. Wits.
Barton Tomlinson, Elizabeth Robinson.

1873 Jun qtr - died at Settle RD: Hully Nancy 24 Settle 9a 9 (GRO).

1873 24 May - Lancaster Gazette - DEATHS - Clapham - On the 17th inst., at Newby, Nancy, wife of Mr. Thomas Hully,
cattle dealer, aged 24 years.


144. Dorothy Hully

1842 21 May - baptised at Clapham: Dorothy Hully father John mother Ann (IGI).

1851 census
HO 107/2277 YORKSHIRE Clapham 191 Nutter
John Hully Head M 49 Farmer of 80 acres empl 1 Labourer Yorkshire Bentham
Ann Hully Wife M 46 Lancashire Garstang
Thomas Hully Son 11 Yorkshire Clapham
Dorothy Hully Dau 8 Yorkshire Clapham
Ann Hully Dau 5 Yorkshire Clapham
Clark Hully Brother U 43 Clogger Yorkshire Bentham
Margaret Cocks Step-dau U 19 House Servant (crossed out) Yorkshire Clapham
Thomas Hoyle Servant U 19 Farm Servant Not Known

1861 census
RG 9/3177 f121 rev Clapham Nutta
John Hully Head Mar 61 Farmer of 133 aces empl 3 labs Yorks Bentham
Ann Hully Wife Mar 57 Farmer's Wife Lancs Wyresdale
Thomas Hully Son Un 21 Farmer's Son Yorks Clapham
Dorothy Hully Dau Un 18 Farmer's Daur Yorks Clapham
Ann Hully Dau Un 15 Farmer's Daur Yorks Clapham
Miles Clark Hully Bro 53 Clogger Yorks Bentham
Mary Shepherd Grand dau 2 Yorks Bentham

1861 12 Jun - married at Clapham parish church: William Carr Full age Bachelor farmer Hiwith - father Edward Carr
Farmer; Dorothy Hully Minor Spinster Nutta - father John Hully farmer. Wits: Wm Carr, Thomas Hully,
Ann Hully, Elizabeth Spence.

1868 08 May - uncle Miles Clarke Hully made Will - copy held. Mentions " my niece Dorothy Carr".

1874 28 Feb - father made Will - copy held. Mentions "my late daughter Dorothy's children".


William Carr

1861 12 Jun - married at Clapham parish church: William Carr Full age Bachelor farmer Hiwith - father Edward Carr
Farmer; Dorothy Hully Minor Spinster Nutta - father John Hully farmer. Wits: Wm Carr Thomas Hully Ann
Hully Elizabeth Spence.


145. Ann Hully

1845 4 Oct - baptised at Clapham: Ann Hully father John mother Ann (IGI).

1851 census
HO 107/2277 YORKSHIRE Clapham 191 Nutter
John Hully Head M 49 Farmer of 80 acres empl 1 Labourer Yorkshire Bentham
Ann Hully Wife M 46 Lancashire Garstang
Thomas Hully Son 11 Yorkshire Clapham
Dorothy Hully Dau 8 Yorkshire Clapham
Ann Hully Dau 5 Yorkshire Clapham
Clark Hully Brother U 43 Clogger Yorkshire Bentham
Margaret Cocks Step-dau U 19 House Servant (crossed out) Yorkshire Clapham
Thomas Hoyle Servant U 19 Farm Servant Not Known

1861 census
RG 9/3177 f121 rev Clapham Nutta
John Hully Head Mar 61 Farmer of 133 aces empl 3 labs Yorks Bentham
Ann Hully Wife Mar 57 Farmer's Wife Lancs Wyresdale
Thomas Hully Son Un 21 Farmer's Son Yorks Clapham
Dorothy Hully Dau Un 18 Farmer's Daur Yorks Clapham
Ann Hully Dau Un 15 Farmer's Daur Yorks Clapham
Miles Clark Hully Bro 53 Clogger Yorks Bentham
Mary Shepherd Grand dau 2 Yorks Bentham

1872 Mar qtr - married at Lunesdale, Yorkshire (GRO).


81. Ellen Hully

1816 - born at Westmorland - see 1841 census below.

1841 census
HO 107/1319/6 f30r Bentham Greystone Gill
Francis Hully 50 Farmer Y
Ann Hully 50 Y
Ellen Hully 25 Y
Alice Hully 20 Y
John Hully 15 Y
Francis Hully 11 Y
Sarah Hully 7 Y

1843 Mar qtr - married at Settle RD: Hully Ellen Settle 23 407 (FreeBMD).

1843 31 Jan - married at Bentham parish church: John Skirrow Full age Bachelor Butcher Upper Bentham - father John
Skirrow Farmer; Ellen Hullly Full age Spinster Graystone Gill - father Francis Hully Farmer. Wits. James
Grime, Alice Hully.

1851 census
HO 107/2277 f48 Bentham
John Skirrow Head M 45 Butcher & Farmer of 2 Acres Yorks Bentham
Ellen Skirrow Wife M 35 Yorks Bentham
Eliza Skirrow Dau 6 Scholar Yorks Bentham
Ann Skirrow Dau 5 Scholar Yorks Bentham
John Skirrow Son 2 Yorks Bentham
Francis Skirrow Son 8mos Yorks Bentham
Margaret Nicholson Serv 10 House Servant Yorks Bentham


John Skirrow

1806 - born at Bentham - see 1851 census below.

1843 Mar qtr - married at Settle RD: Skirrow John Settle 23 407 (FreeBMD).

1843 31 Jan - married at Bentham parish church: John Skirrow Full age Bachelor Butcher Upper Bentham - father John
Skirrow Farmer; Ellen Hullly Full age Spinster Graystone Gill - father Francis Hully Farmer. Wits. James
Grime, Alice Hully.

1851 census
HO 107/2277 f48 Bentham
John Skirrow Head M 45 Butcher & Farmer of 2 Acres Yorks Bentham
Ellen Skirrow Wife M 35 Yorks Bentham
Eliza Skirrow Dau 6 Scholar Yorks Bentham
Ann Skirrow Dau 5 Scholar Yorks Bentham
John Skirrow Son 2 Yorks Bentham
Francis Skirrow Son 8mos Yorks Bentham
Margaret Nicholson Serv 10 House Servant Yorks Bentham


146. Eliza Skirrow

1845 - born at Bentham - see 1851 census below.

1851 census
HO 107/2277 f48 Bentham
John Skirrow Head M 45 Butcher & Farmer of 2 Acres Yorks Bentham
Ellen Skirrow Wife M 35 Yorks Bentham
Eliza Skirrow Dau 6 Scholar Yorks Bentham
Ann Skirrow Dau 5 Scholar Yorks Bentham
John Skirrow Son 2 Yorks Bentham
Francis Skirrow Son 8mos Yorks Bentham
Margaret Nicholson Serv 10 House Servant Yorks Bentham


147. Ann Skirrow

1846 - born at Bentham - see 1851 census below.

1851 census
HO 107/2277 f48 Bentham
John Skirrow Head M 45 Butcher & Farmer of 2 Acres Yorks Bentham
Ellen Skirrow Wife M 35 Yorks Bentham
Eliza Skirrow Dau 6 Scholar Yorks Bentham
Ann Skirrow Dau 5 Scholar Yorks Bentham
John Skirrow Son 2 Yorks Bentham
Francis Skirrow Son 8mos Yorks Bentham
Margaret Nicholson Serv 10 House Servant Yorks Bentham


148. John Skirrow

1849 - born at Bentham - see 1851 census below.

1851 census
HO 107/2277 f48 Bentham
John Skirrow Head M 45 Butcher & Farmer of 2 Acres Yorks Bentham
Ellen Skirrow Wife M 35 Yorks Bentham
Eliza Skirrow Dau 6 Scholar Yorks Bentham
Ann Skirrow Dau 5 Scholar Yorks Bentham
John Skirrow Son 2 Yorks Bentham
Francis Skirrow Son 8mos Yorks Bentham
Margaret Nicholson Serv 10 House Servant Yorks Bentham


149. Francis Skirrow

1850 - born at Bentham - see 1851 census below.

1851 census
HO 107/2277 f48 Bentham
John Skirrow Head M 45 Butcher & Farmer of 2 Acres Yorks Bentham
Ellen Skirrow Wife M 35 Yorks Bentham
Eliza Skirrow Dau 6 Scholar Yorks Bentham
Ann Skirrow Dau 5 Scholar Yorks Bentham
John Skirrow Son 2 Yorks Bentham
Francis Skirrow Son 8mos Yorks Bentham
Margaret Nicholson Serv 10 House Servant Yorks Bentham


85. Francis Hully

1830 - born at Bentham, Yorkshire - see 1851 census below.

1841 census
HO 107/1319/6 f30r Bentham Greystone Gill
Francis Hully 50 Farmer Y
Ann Hully 50 Y
Ellen Hully 25 Y
Alice Hully 20 Y
John Hully 15 Y
Francis Hully 11 Y
Sarah Hully 7 Y

1851 census
HO 107/2277 YORKSHIRE Bentham 93rev Lane Side
Francis Hully Head M 60 Land Owner of 92 acres Yorkshire Bentham
Ann Hully Wife M 60 Yorkshire Horton
Alice Hully Dau U 33 Yorkshire Bentham
John Hully Son U 25 Yorkshire Bentham
Francis Hully Son U 21 Yorkshire Bentham
Alice Hammond Visitor U 32 Cumberland Scotty

1861 Mar qtr - married at Settle RD: Hully Francis Settle 9a 14 (FreeBMD).

1861 06 Mar - married at Ingleton Chapel; Francis Hully Full age Bachelor Farmer Graystonegill - father Francis Hully
Farmer; Mary Hannah Metcalfe Full age Spinster Ingleton - father Robert Metcalfe Yeoman. Wits
Henerey Calverley, Margaret Ann Green.

1861 09 Mar - Lancaster Gazette - MARRIAGES - Ingleton - On the 6th instant, at St. Mary’s Church, by the Rev.
Richard Denny, incumbent, Mr. Francis Hully, of Lane House, Graystonegill, near Bentham, farmer, to
Hannah, second daughter of Mr. Robert Metcalfe, yeoman, Ingleton.

1861 census
RG 9/3177 f57rev Bentham f57rev Sherwood House
Francis Hully Head Mar 37 Farmer of 59 acres Yorks Bentham
Mary H Hully Wife Mar 21 Farmer's Wife Yorks Ingleton

1863 Mar qtr - son Francis born at East Ward RD: Hully Francis East Ward 10b 563 (GRO).

1865 Mar qtr - dau Mary Alice born at Settle RD: Hully Mary Alice Settle 9a 11 (GRO).

1867 Jun qtr - son William born at Settle RD: Hully William Settle 9a 9 (GRO).

1868 04 Jul - dau Annie born - see baptism entry below.

1868 Sep qtr - dau Annie born at Keighley RD: Hully Annie Keighley 9a 166 (GRO).

1868 06 Sep - dau Annie baptised at St Luke's church Morton: Annie dau of Francis & Mary Hannah Hulley of
Rysthworth Farmer Born 04 Jul 1868.

1870 22 Feb - son Thomas born - see baptism entry below.

1870 Jun qtr - son Thomas born at Keighley RD: Hully Thomas Keighley 9a 167 (GRO).

1870 15 May - son Thomas baptised at St Luke's church Morton: Thomas Hulley son of Francis & Hannah Hulley of
Rysthworth Farmer. Born 22 Feb 1870.

1871 census
RG 10/4310 f73r Bingley Ryshworth Bridge
Francis Hully Head M 41 Farmer Bentham
Mary Hannah Hully Wife M 31 Ingleton
Francis Hully Son 9 Bentham
Mary Alice Hully Dau 6 Bentham
William Hully Son 3 Bentham
Anne Elizth Hully Dau 2 Bingley
Thomas Hully Son 1 Bingley
Martha Rhodes Serv U 16 Servant Horsforth
Richard Brown Serv U 29 Servant Clapham
John Brown Serv U 16 Servant Clapham
William Ruddock Serv U 30 Servant Sussex

1872 09 Mar - Leeds Times - LOCAL NEWS - BRADFORD - EXPENSES OF PUMPING AT A FIRE -
At the Keighley County Court on Wednesday, the Bingley Improvement Commissioners sued Francis
Hully, a farmer at Rishworth, for the sum of £11 4s . On the evening of the 11th November, a fire broke
out in a barn belonging (no more text found).

1872 07 Jul - son Charles born - see baptism entry below.

1872 Sep qtr - son Charles born at Keighley RD: Hully Charles Keighley 9a 169 (GRO).

1872 08 Dec - son Charles baptised at St Luke's church Morton: Charles son of Francis & Mary Hannah Hulley of
Rysthworth Farmer. Born 07 Jul 1872.

1874 10 Jan - dau Agnes born - see baptism entry below.

1874 Mar qtr - dau Agnes born at Settle RD: Hully Agnes Settle (GRO).

1874 05 Jul - dau Agnes baptised at St Luke's church Morton: Agnes dau of Francis & Mary Anna Hully of Rysthworth
Farmer. Born 10 Jan 1874.

1881 census
RG 11/4344 f. 23 Ryshworth Bd Farm Bingley, York
Francis HULLY Head M 51 Farmer Of 130 Acres Of Land Bentham, York
Mary H. HULLY Wife M 41 Ingleton, York
Francis HULLY Son U 19 Clerk (Solicitors General) Bentham, York
Mary A. HULLY Daur U 16 Bentham, York
William HULLY Son U 13 (Farmer) Bentham, York
Annie HULLY Daur 12 Scholar Bingley, York
Thomas HULLY Son 11 Scholar Bingley, York
Charles HULLY Son 9 Scholar Bingley, York
Agnes HULLY Daur 7 Scholar Bingley, York
William ANDERSON Serv U 25 Farm Servant (Indoor) Bingley, York
Jesse DUCKETT Serv U 19 Farm Servant (Indoor) Morton, York

1890 - BARRETT'S DIRECTORY OF BURNLEY AND DISTRICT Barnoldswick Hulley Francis,
auctioneer and valuer, Higher Park Farmers Hulley Francis, Park.

1891 census
RG 12/3499 f97r Barnoldswick Park Farm
Francis Hully Head M 61 Farmer Higher Park Yorks Bentham
Mary A. Hully Wife M 51 Yorks Bentham
Mary A. Hully Dau S 26 House Work Dom Yorks Bentham
William Hully Son S 23 Farm Work Yorks Bentham
Annie Hully Dau S 22 Yorks Bingley
Thomas Hully Son S 21 Farm Work Yorks Bingley
Charles Hully Son S 18 Farm Work Yorks Bingley
Agnes Hully Dau S 15 House Work Dom Yorks Bingley

1891 census
RG 12/3499 f97r Barnoldswick Park Farm
Francis Hully Head M 61 Farmer Higher Park Yorks Bentham
Mary A. Hully Wife M 51 Yorks Bentham
Mary A. Hully Dau S 26 House Work Dom Yorks Bentham
William Hully Son S 23 Farm Work Yorks Bentham
Annie Hully Dau S 22 Yorks Bingley
Thomas Hully Son S 21 Farm Work Yorks Bingley
Charles Hully Son S 18 Farm Work Yorks Bingley
Agnes Hully Dau S 15 House Work Dom Yorks Bingley

1896 Mar qtr - wife died at Clitheroe RD: Hully Mary Hannah 56 Clitheroe 8e 223 (GRO).

1896 23 Nov - made Will - copy held.

1897 Jun qtr - died at Skipton RD: Hully Francis 67 Skipton 9a 36 (GRO).

1897 10 May - died at Hammerton Hall, Slaidburn Yorkshire - see will below.

1897 (Effects £530.12s.10d) HULLY Francis of Hammerton Hall Slaidburn Yorkshire Farmer
died 10 May 1897. Probate London 8 Sep to Francis Hulley Innkeeper and William
Hulley Farmer.


Mary Hannah Metcalfe

1840 - born at Ingleton Yorkshire - see 1871 census below

1861 Mar qtr - married at Settle RD: Metcalfe Mary Hannah Settle 9a 14 (FreeBMD).

1861 06 Mar - married at Ingleton Chapel; Francis Hully Full age Bachelor Farmer Graystonegill - father Francis Hully
Farmer; Mary Hannah Metcalfe Full age Spinster Ingleton - father Robert Metcalfe Yeoman. Wits
Henerey Calverley, Margaret Ann Green.

1861 09 Mar - Lancaster Gazette - MARRIAGES - Ingleton - On the 6th instant, at St. Mary’s Church, by the Rev.
Richard Denny, incumbent, Mr. Francis Hully, of Lane House, Graystonegill, near Bentham, farmer, to
Hannah, second daughter of Mr. Robert Metcalfe, yeoman, Ingleton.

1861 census
RG 9/3177 f57rev Bentham f57rev Sherwood House
Francis Hully Head Mar 37 Farmer of 59 acres Yorks Bentham
Mary H Hully Wife Mar 21 Farmer's Wife Yorks Ingleton

1863 Mar qtr - son Francis born at East Ward RD: Hully Francis East Ward 10b 563 (GRO).

1865 Mar qtr - dau Mary Alice born at Settle RD: Hully Mary Alice Settle 9a 11 (GRO).

1867 Jun qtr - son William born at Settle RD: Hully William Settle 9a 9 (GRO).

1868 04 Jul - dau Annie born - see baptism entry below.

1868 Sep qtr - dau Annie born at Keighley RD: Hully Annie Keighley 9a 166 (GRO).

1868 06 Sep - dau Annie baptised at St Luke's church Morton: Annie dau of Francis & Mary Hannah Hulley of
Rysthworth Farmer Born 04 Jul 1868.

1870 22 Feb - son Thomas born - see baptism entry below.

1870 Jun qtr - son Thomas born at Keighley RD: Hully Thomas Keighley 9a 167 (GRO).

1870 15 May - son Thomas baptised at St Luke's church Morton: Thomas Hulley son of Francis & Hannah Hulley of
Rysthworth Farmer. Born 22 Feb 1870.

1871 census
RG 10/4310 f73r Bingley Ryshworth Bridge
Francis Hully Head M 41 Farmer Bentham
Mary Hannah Hully Wife M 31 Ingleton
Francis Hully Son 9 Bentham
Mary Alice Hully Dau 6 Bentham
William Hully Son 3 Bentham
Anne Elizth Hully Dau 2 Bingley
Thomas Hully Son 1 Bingley
Martha Rhodes Serv U 16 Servant Horsforth
Richard Brown Serv U 29 Servant Clapham
John Brown Serv U 16 Servant Clapham
William Ruddock Serv U 30 Servant Sussex

1872 07 Jul - son Charles born - see baptism entry below.

1872 Sep qtr - son Charles born at Keighley RD: Hully Charles Keighley 9a 169 (GRO).

1872 08 Dec - son Charles baptised at St Luke's church Morton: Charles son of Francis & Mary Hannah Hulley of
Rysthworth Farmer. Born 07 Jul 1872.

1874 10 Jan - dau Agnes born - see baptism entry below.

1874 Mar qtr - dau Agnes born at Settle RD: Hully Agnes Settle (GRO).

1874 05 Jul - dau Agnes baptised at St Luke's church Morton: Agnes dau of Francis & Mary Anna Hully of Rysthworth
Farmer. Born 10 Jan 1874.

1881 census
RG 11/4344 f. 23 Ryshworth Bd Farm Bingley, York
Francis HULLY Head M 51 Farmer Of 130 Acres Of Land Bentham, York
Mary H. HULLY Wife M 41 Ingleton, York
Francis HULLY Son U 19 Clerk (Solicitors General) Bentham, York
Mary A. HULLY Daur U 16 Bentham, York
William HULLY Son U 13 (Farmer) Bentham, York
Annie HULLY Daur 12 Scholar Bingley, York
Thomas HULLY Son 11 Scholar Bingley, York
Charles HULLY Son 9 Scholar Bingley, York
Agnes HULLY Daur 7 Scholar Bingley, York
William ANDERSON Serv U 25 Farm Servant (Indoor) Bingley, York
Jesse DUCKETT Serv U 19 Farm Servant (Indoor) Morton, York

1891 census
RG 12/3499 f97r Barnoldswick Park Farm
Francis Hully Head M 61 Farmer Higher Park Yorks Bentham
Mary A. Hully Wife M 51 Yorks Bentham
Mary A. Hully Dau S 26 House Work Dom Yorks Bentham
William Hully Son S 23 Farm Work Yorks Bentham
Annie Hully Dau S 22 Yorks Bingley
Thomas Hully Son S 21 Farm Work Yorks Bingley
Charles Hully Son S 18 Farm Work Yorks Bingley
Agnes Hully Dau S 15 House Work Dom Yorks Bingley

1896 Mar qtr - died at Clitheroe RD: Hully Mary Hannah 56 Clitheroe 8e 223 (GRO).


151. Mary Alice Hully

1865 Mar qtr - born at Settle RD: Hully Mary Alice Settle 9a 11 (GRO).

1871 census
RG 10/4310 f73r Bingley Ryshworth Bridge
Francis Hully Head M 41 Farmer Bentham
Mary Hannah Hully Wife M 31 Ingleton
Francis Hully Son 9 Bentham
Mary Alice Hully Dau 6 Bentham
William Hully Son 3 Bentham
Anne Elizth Hully Dau 2 Bingley
Thomas Hully Son 1 Bingley
Martha Rhodes Serv U 16 Servant Horsforth
Richard Brown Serv U 29 Servant Clapham
John Brown Serv U 16 Servant Clapham
William Ruddock Serv U 30 Servant Sussex

1881 census
RG 11/4344 f. 23 Ryshworth Bd Farm Bingley, York
Francis HULLY Head M 51 Farmer Of 130 Acres Of Land Bentham, York
Mary H. HULLY Wife M 41 Ingleton, York
Francis HULLY Son U 19 Clerk (Solicitors General) Bentham, York
Mary A. HULLY Daur U 16 Bentham, York
William HULLY Son U 13 (Farmer) Bentham, York
Annie HULLY Daur 12 Scholar Bingley, York
Thomas HULLY Son 11 Scholar Bingley, York
Charles HULLY Son 9 Scholar Bingley, York
Agnes HULLY Daur 7 Scholar Bingley, York
William ANDERSON Serv U 25 Farm Servant (Indoor) Bingley, York
Jesse DUCKETT Serv U 19 Farm Servant (Indoor) Morton, York

1891 census
RG 12/3499 f97r Barnoldswick Park Farm
Francis Hully Head M 61 Farmer Higher Park Yorks Bentham
Mary A. Hully Wife M 51 Yorks Bentham
Mary A. Hully Dau S 26 House Work Dom Yorks Bentham
William Hully Son S 23 Farm Work Yorks Bentham
Annie Hully Dau S 22 Yorks Bingley
Thomas Hully Son S 21 Farm Work Yorks Bingley
Charles Hully Son S 18 Farm Work Yorks Bingley
Agnes Hully Dau S 15 House Work Dom Yorks Bingley

1891 Mar qtr - married at Clitheroe RD - Hully Mary Alice (GRO).

1891 30 Apr - married at the Gill church, Barnoldswick: James Leonard Kidd 30 Bachelor Farmer & innkeeper
Otterburn -in-Craven - father Jon Kidd Farmer; Mary Alice Hully 26 Spinster Barnoldswick - father Francis
Hully Farmer. WIts. Francis Hully, Fred Kidd, Charles Hully, Annie Hully, Annie Louise Kidd.

1896 23 Nov - father made Will - copy held. Mentions " Mary Alice Kidd wife of James Leonard Kidd."


James Leonard Kidd

1861 - born - see marriage entry below.


1891 Mar qtr - married at Clitheroe RD - Hully Mary Alice (GRO).

1891 30 Apr - married at the Gill church, Barnoldswick: James Leonard Kidd 30 Bachelor Farmer & Innkeeper
Otterburn -in-Craven - father John Kidd Farmer; Mary Alice Hully 26 Spinster Barnoldswick - father Francis
Hully Farmer. WIts. Francis Hully, Fred Kidd, Charles Hully, Annie Hully, Annie Louise Kidd.


152. William Hully

1867 Jun qtr - born at Settle RD: Hully William Settle 9a 9 (GRO).

1871 census
RG 10/4310 f73r Bingley Ryshworth Bridge
Francis Hully Head M 41 Farmer Bentham
Mary Hannah Hully Wife M 31 Ingleton
Francis Hully Son 9 Bentham
Mary Alice Hully Dau 6 Bentham
William Hully Son 3 Bentham
Anne Elizth Hully Dau 2 Bingley
Thomas Hully Son 1 Bingley
Martha Rhodes Serv U 16 Servant Horsforth
Richard Brown Serv U 29 Servant Clapham
John Brown Serv U 16 Servant Clapham
William Ruddock Serv U 30 Servant Sussex

1881 census
RG 11/4344 f. 23 Ryshworth Bd Farm Bingley, York
Francis HULLY Head M 51 Farmer Of 130 Acres Of Land Bentham, York
Mary H. HULLY Wife M 41 Ingleton, York
Francis HULLY Son U 19 Clerk (Solicitors General) Bentham, York
Mary A. HULLY Daur U 16 Bentham, York
William HULLY Son U 13 (Farmer) Bentham, York
Annie HULLY Daur 12 Scholar Bingley, York
Thomas HULLY Son 11 Scholar Bingley, York
Charles HULLY Son 9 Scholar Bingley, York
Agnes HULLY Daur 7 Scholar Bingley, York
William ANDERSON Serv U 25 Farm Servant (Indoor) Bingley, York
Jesse DUCKETT Serv U 19 Farm Servant (Indoor) Morton, York

1891 census
RG 12/3499 f97r Barnoldswick Park Farm
Francis Hully Head M 61 Farmer Higher Park Yorks Bentham
Mary A. Hully Wife M 51 Yorks Bentham
Mary A. Hully Dau S 26 House Work Dom Yorks Bentham
William Hully Son S 23 Farm Work Yorks Bentham
Annie Hully Dau S 22 Yorks Bingley
Thomas Hully Son S 21 Farm Work Yorks Bingley
Charles Hully Son S 18 Farm Work Yorks Bingley
Agnes Hully Dau S 15 House Work Dom Yorks Bingley

1897 10 May - father died at Hammerton Hall, Slaidburn Yorkshire - see will below.

1897 Father's Probate index entry:
HULLY Francis of Hammerton Hall Slaidburn Yorkshire Farmer died 10 May 1897.
Probate London 8 Sep to Francis Hulley Innkeeper and William Hulley Farmer. Effects
£530.12s.10d.

1901 census
RG 13/3893 f22 Easington Hammerton Hall
William Hully Head S 35 Farmer (Partner) Yorkshire Bingley
Thomas Hully Brthr S 30 Farmer (Partner) Yorkshire Bingley
Charles Hully Brthr S 28 Farmer (Partner) Yorkshire Bingley
Dora Shepherd Serv S 17 Servant (Domestic) Yorks Grindleton
Leah Ball Serv W 47 Servant (Housekeper) Westmorland Windermere

Note by Jean McLardy July 2002:

Also in Slaidburn - Will Hully m. Mary Carr no children - lived at Hamerton Hall.


156. Agnes Hully

1874 10 Jan - born - see baptism entry below.

1874 Mar qtr - born at Settle RD: Hully Agnes Settle (GRO).

1874 05 Jul - baptised at St Luke's church Morton: Agnes dau of Francis & Mary Anna Hully of Rysthworth Farmer
Born 10 Jan 1874.

1881 census
RG 11/4344 f. 23 Ryshworth Bd Farm Bingley, York
Francis HULLY Head M 51 Farmer Of 130 Acres Of Land Bentham, York
Mary H. HULLY Wife M 41 Ingleton, York
Francis HULLY Son U 19 Clerk (Solicitors General) Bentham, York
Mary A. HULLY Daur U 16 Bentham, York
William HULLY Son U 13 (Farmer) Bentham, York
Annie HULLY Daur 12 Scholar Bingley, York
Thomas HULLY Son 11 Scholar Bingley, York
Charles HULLY Son 9 Scholar Bingley, York
Agnes HULLY Daur 7 Scholar Bingley, York
William ANDERSON Serv U 25 Farm Servant (Indoor) Bingley, York
Jesse DUCKETT Serv U 19 Farm Servant (Indoor) Morton, York

1891 census
RG 12/3499 f97r Barnoldswick Park Farm
Francis Hully Head M 61 Farmer Higher Park Yorks Bentham
Mary A. Hully Wife M 51 Yorks Bentham
Mary A. Hully Dau S 26 House Work Dom Yorks Bentham
William Hully Son S 23 Farm Work Yorks Bentham
Annie Hully Dau S 22 Yorks Bingley
Thomas Hully Son S 21 Farm Work Yorks Bingley
Charles Hully Son S 18 Farm Work Yorks Bingley
Agnes Hully Dau S 15 House Work Dom Yorks Bingley

1899 25 Dec - married at Bradford RD: Thomas HART 24 Bachelor Greengrocer 24 Brunswick Street father -
William HART Shoemaker; Agnes HULLY 25 Spinster 78 Osborn Street father - Francis HULLY
(deceased) ?Farmer. Wits John Rhodes, Elizabeth Rhodes


Thomas Hart

1875 - born - see marriage cert below.

1899 25 Dec - married at Bradford RD: Thomas HART 24 Bachelor Greengrocer 24 Brunswick Street father -
William HART Shoemaker; Agnes HULLY 25 Spinster 78 Osborn Street father - Francis HULLY
(deceased) ?Farmer. Wits John Rhodes, Elizabeth Rhodes


87. Barbara Hully

1835 - born at Kendal - see 1851 census below

1841 census
HO 107/1163/4 f13r Kendal Highgate
Richard Hully 40 Gardener N
Mary Hully 40 Y
Barbary Hully 5 Y

1851 census
HO 107/2442 f65r Kendal Highgate
Thomas Watson Head W 37 Brewer and Hostler Westmorland Orton
Ann Watson Dau 5 Scholar Westmorland Kendal
Sarah Watson Dau 2 Westmorland Kendal
Mary Hully Sister M 51 Westmorland Orton
Barbara Hully Niece 16 Westmorland Kendal

1861 Jun qtr - married at Kendal RD: Slater William Bell and Hully Barbara Kendal 10b 943 GRO).

1861 06 Apr - Lancaster Gazette - MARRIAGES - Kendal - On the 2nd Inst., at Zion Chapel, by the Rev. W. Taylor, Mr.
William Bell Slater, coach builder, to Miss Barbery Hully, niece of Mr. Thomas Ion, Bootmaker, of Kendal.

1862 - dau Mary Hanna born at Kendal - see 1871 census below.

1869 - dau Elizabeth Jane born at Kendal - see 1871 census below.

1869 - dau Barbara Ann born at Kendal - see 1871 census below.

1871 census
RG 10/5285 f72r Kendal Highgate New Inn Yard
William Bell Slater Head M 33 Coach Painter Lancs Preston
Barbara Slater Wife M 36 Westmld Kendal
Mary Hanna Slater Dau 9 Westmld Kendal
Elizabeth JaneSlater Dau 5 Westmld Kendal
Barbara Ann Slater Dau 2 Westmld Kendal


William Bell Slater

1838 - born at Preston, Lancs - see 1871 census below.

1861 Jun qtr - married at Kendal RD: Slater William Bell and Hully Barbara Kendal 10b 943 GRO).

1861 06 Apr - Lancaster Gazette - MARRIAGES - Kendal - On the 2nd Inst., at Zion Chapel, by the
Rev. W. Taylor, Mr. William Bell Slater, coach builder, to Miss Barbery Hully, niece of
Mr. Thomas Ion, Bootmaker, of Kendal.

1862 - dau Mary Hanna born at Kendal - see 1871 census below.

1869 - dau Elizabeth Jane born at Kendal - see 1871 census below.

1869 - dau Barbara Ann born at Kendal - see 1871 census below.

1871 census
RG 10/5285 f72r Kendal Highgate New Inn Yard
William Bell Slater Head M 33 Coach Painter Lancs Preston
Barbara Slater Wife M 36 Westmld Kendal
Mary HannaSlater Dau 9 Westmld Kendal
Elizabeth JaneSlater Dau 5 Westmld Kendal
Barbara Ann Slater Dau 2 Westmld Kendal


157. Mary Hanna Slater

1862 - born at Kendal - see 1871 census below.

1871 census
RG 10/5285 f72r Kendal Highgate New Inn Yard
William Bell Slater Head M 33 Coach Painter Lancs Preston
Barbara Slater Wife M 36 Westmld Kendal
Mary HannaSlater Dau 9 Westmld Kendal
Elizabeth JaneSlater Dau 5 Westmld Kendal
Barbara Ann Slater Dau 2 Westmld Kendal


158. Elizabeth Jane Slater

1866 - born at Kendal - see 1871 census below.

1871 census
RG 10/5285 f72r Kendal Highgate New Inn Yard
William Bell Slater Head M 33 Coach Painter Lancs Preston
Barbara Slater Wife M 36 Westmld Kendal
Mary HannaSlater Dau 9 Westmld Kendal
Elizabeth JaneSlater Dau 5 Westmld Kendal
Barbara Ann Slater Dau 2 Westmld Kendal


159. Barbara Ann Slater

1869 - born at Kendal - see 1871 census below.

1871 census
RG 10/5285 f72r Kendal Highgate New Inn Yard
William Bell Slater Head M 33 Coach Painter Lancs Preston
Barbara Slater Wife M 36 Westmld Kendal
Mary HannaSlater Dau 9 Westmld Kendal
Elizabeth JaneSlater Dau 5 Westmld Kendal
Barbara Ann Slater Dau 2 Westmld Kendal


89. John Hulley

1828 - born at Blackburn - see 1851 census below.

1838 30 Apr - File - Salford to Kirkby Lonsdale, co. Westmorland. Order of removal of John Hulley, Ellen his wife and
John, Richard, Isabella and James their children - ref QSP/3088/18. See Notes of John Hulley (father)
for full details.

1841 census
HO 107/532 book 11 Ashton under Lyne Ashton Township 21 Wellington street
John Hulley 35 Cordwainer Y
Hellen Hulley 35 Shoe binder Y
John Hulley 14 Y
Richard Hulley 10 Y
Isebella Hulley 7 Y

All Lancashire, Quarter Session Records and Petitions, 1648-1908
John Hulley 1845 May Salford; Petitions - John Thomas Kerrison against John Hulley - Felony

1851 census
HO 107/2233 ASHTON UNDER LYNE Ashton Town C135 Pot Yard Lane
John Hulley Head M 48 Boot Maker Yorks Benton
Ellen Hulley Wife M 47 Lancs Caton
John Hulley Son U 23 Shoe Maker Lancs Blackburn
Edward Ashworth Apprentice U 17 Shoe Maker's App Lancs Ashton under Lyne

1857 Mar qtr - married at Sheffield RD: John HULLEY Sheffield 9c 266 (GRO).

1858 Mar qtr - daughter Frances born at Blackburn RD: Hulley Frances Blackburn 8e 274 (GRO)

1860 Jun qtr - son John Thomas born at Burnley RD: Hulley John Thomas Burnley 8e 195 (GRO).
1861 census
RG 9/3066 f31 Burnley 32 Croft Street
John Hulley Head Mar 33 Boot Closer Lancs Blackburn
Mary Hulley Wife Mar 28 Yorkshire Catcliffe
Frances Hulley Dau 3 Lancs Blackburn
John Thos Hulley Son 9mos Lancs Blackburn

1862 Sep qtr - dau Mary Emma born at Burnley RD: Hulley Mary Emma Burnley 8e 198 (GRO).

1864 Mar qtr - dau Mary Emma died at Strand RD: Hulley Mary Emma Strand 1b 450 (GRO).

1865 Jan - son William Baird born at Bromley St Leonard? - see baptism entry below.

1865 22 Feb - son William Baird baptised at St Mary's church, Bromley St Leonard: William Baird s.
of John & Mary Hulley Bromley - Boot Closer.

1867 - Poor Law Passengers from Poplar Union (including)
John Hulley 38
Mary Hulley 35
Francis Hulley 9
John Thomas Hulley 7
William Baird Hulley 3

Sailed from London to Quebec in SS Thames - John Pinkerton, Master.
Source:- myhome.ispdr.net.au/~mgrogan/cork/ships.htm

1870 - son Albert J. born at Ontario - see 1881 census below.

1871 census of Canada
Coburg Town, Ontario District - 054; Sub-district - B; Division Page - 3; Page 49; NRT County.
(Head of Household only)
John Hulley 40 England CE English Boot Fitter

1874 - son Fredene born at Ontario - see 1881 census below.

1881 census of Canada
Belleville, Hastings West, Ontario District 121; Sub-district 3; Page no. 46; Household no. 238.
John Hully M Male English 52 born England Laborer Church of England
Mary Hully M Female English 49 born England Church of England
Frances Hully Female English 23 born England Church of England
John T. Hully Male English 21 born England Church of England
William Hully Male English 21 born England Church of England
Albert J. Hully Male English 11 born Ontario Church of England
Fredene Hully Male English 7 born Ontario Church of England


Mary ......

1833 - born at Catcliffe, Sheffield - see 1861 census below,

1857 Mar qtr - married at Sheffield RD: John HULLEY Sheffield 9c 266 (GRO).

1858 Mar qtr - daughter Frances born at Blackburn RD: Hulley Frances Blackburn 8e 274 (GRO)

1860 Jun qtr - son John Thomas born at Burnley RD: Hulley John Thomas Burnley 8e 195 (GRO).

1861 census
RG 9/3066 f31 Burnley 32 Croft Street
John Hulley Head Mar 33 Boot Closer Lancs Blackburn
Mary Hulley Wife Mar 28 Yorkshire Catcliffe
Frances Hulley Dau 3 Lancs Blackburn
John Thos Hulley Son 9mos Lancs Blackburn

1862 Sep qtr - dau Mary Emma born at Burnley RD: Hulley Mary Emma Burnley 8e 198 (GRO).

1864 Mar qtr - dau Mary Emma died at Strand RD: Hulley Mary Emma Strand 1b 450 (GRO).

1865 Jan - son William Baird born at Bromley St Leonard? - see baptism entry below.

1865 22 Feb - son William Baird baptised at St Mary's church, Bromley St Leonard: William Baird s.
of John & Mary

1867 - Poor Law Passengers from Poplar Union (including)
John Hulley 38
Mary Hulley 35
Francis Hulley 9
John Thomas Hulley 7
William Baird Hulley 3

Sailed from London to Quebec in SS Thames - John Pinkerton, Master.
Source:- myhome.ispdr.net.au/~mgrogan/cork/ships.htm

1870 - son Albert J. born at Ontario - see 1881 census below.

1874 - son Fredene born at Ontario - see 1881 census below.


1881 census of Canada
Belleville, Hastings West, Ontario District 121; Sub-district 3; Page no. 46; Household no. 238.
John Hully M Male English 52 born England Laborer Church of England
Mary Hully M Female English 49 born England Church of England
Frances Hully Female English 23 born England Church of England
John T. Hully Male English 21 born England Church of England
William Hully Male English 21 born England Church of England
Albert J. Hully Male English 11 born Ontario Church of England
Fredene Hully Male English 7 born Ontario Church of England


160. Frances Hulley

1858 Mar qtr - born at Blackburn RD: Hulley Frances Blackburn 8e 274 (GRO)

1861 census
RG 9/3066 f31 Burnley 32 Croft Street
John Hulley Head Mar 33 Boot Closer Lancs Blackburn
Mary Hulley Wife Mar 28 Yorkshire Catcliffe
Frances Hulley Dau 3 Lancs Blackburn
John Thos Hulley Son 9mos Lancs Blackburn

1867 - Poor Law Passengers from Poplar Union (including)
John Hulley 38
Mary Hulley 35
Francis Hulley 9
John Thomas Hulley 7
William Baird Hulley 3

Sailed from London to Quebec in SS Thames - John Pinkerton, Master.
Source:- myhome.ispdr.net.au/~mgrogan/cork/ships.htm

1881 census of Canada
Belleville, Hastings West, Ontario District 121; Sub-district 3; Page no. 46; Household no. 238.
John Hully M Male English 52 born England Laborer Church of England
Mary Hully M Female English 49 born England Church of England
Frances Hully Female English 23 born England Church of England
John T. Hully Male English 21 born England Church of England
William Hully Male English 21 born England Church of England
Albert J. Hully Male English 11 born Ontario Church of England
Fredene Hully Male English 7 born Ontario Church of England


161. John Thomas Hulley

1860 Jun qtr - born at Burnley RD: Hulley John Thomas Burnley 8e 195 (GRO).

1861 census
RG 9/3066 f31 Burnley 32 Croft Street
John Hulley Head Mar 33 Boot Closer Lancs Blackburn
Mary Hulley Wife Mar 28 Yorkshire Catcliffe
Frances Hulley Dau 3 Lancs Blackburn
John Thos Hulley Son 9mos Lancs Blackburn

1867 - Poor Law Passengers from Poplar Union (including)
John Hulley 38
Mary Hulley 35
Francis Hulley 9
John Thomas Hulley 7
William Baird Hulley 3

Sailed from London to Quebec in SS Thames - John Pinkerton, Master.
Source:- myhome.ispdr.net.au/~mgrogan/cork/ships.htm

1881 census of Canada
Belleville, Hastings West, Ontario District 121; Sub-district 3; Page no. 46; Household no. 238.
John Hully M Male English 52 born England Laborer Church of England
Mary Hully M Female English 49 born England Church of England
Frances Hully Female English 23 born England Church of England
John T. Hully Male English 21 born England Church of England
William Hully Male English 21 born England Church of England
Albert J. Hully Male English 11 born Ontario Church of England
Fredene Hully Male English 7 born Ontario Church of England


162. Mary Emma Hulley

1862 Sep qtr - born at Burnley RD: Hulley Mary Emma Burnley 8e 198 (GRO).

1864 Mar qtr - died at Strand RD: Hulley Mary Emma Strand 1b 450 (GRO).


163. William Baird Hulley

1865 Jan - born at Bromley St Leonard? - see baptism entry below.

1865 22 Feb - baptised at St Mary's church, Bromley St Leonard: William Baird s. of John & Mary Hulley
Bromley - Boot Closer.

1867 - Poor Law Passengers from Poplar Union (including)
John Hulley 38
Mary Hulley 35
Francis Hulley 9
John Thomas Hulley 7
William Baird Hulley 3

Sailed from London to Quebec in SS Thames - John Pinkerton, Master.
Source:- myhome.ispdr.net.au/~mgrogan/cork/ships.htm

1881 census of Canada
Belleville, Hastings West, Ontario District 121; Sub-district 3; Page no. 46; Household no. 238.
John Hully M Male English 52 born England Laborer Church of England
Mary Hully M Female English 49 born England Church of England
Frances Hully Female English 23 born England Church of England
John T. Hully Male English 21 born England Church of England
William Hully Male English 21 born England Church of England
Albert J. Hully Male English 11 born Ontario Church of England
Fredene Hully Male English 7 born Ontario Church of England


164. Albert J. Hully

1870 - born at Ontario - see 1881 census below.

1881 census of Canada
Belleville, Hastings West, Ontario District 121; Sub-district 3; Page no. 46; Household no. 238.
John Hully M Male English 52 born England Laborer Church of England
Mary Hully M Female English 49 born England Church of England
Frances Hully Female English 23 born England Church of England
John T. Hully Male English 21 born England Church of England
William Hully Male English 21 born England Church of England
Albert J. Hully Male English 11 born Ontario Church of England
Fredene Hully Male English 7 born Ontario Church of England


165. Fredene Hully

1874 - born at Ontario - see 1881 census below.

1881 census of Canada
Belleville, Hastings West, Ontario District 121; Sub-district 3; Page no. 46; Household no. 238.
John Hully M Male English 52 born England Laborer Church of England
Mary Hully M Female English 49 born England Church of England
Frances Hully Female English 23 born England Church of England
John T. Hully Male English 21 born England Church of England
William Hully Male English 21 born England Church of England
Albert J. Hully Male English 11 born Ontario Church of England
Fredene Hully Male English 7 born Ontario Church of England


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