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The "Thomas" Hull in line 27 is actually Thurber Hull, born 16 Aug 1800 in Danville, VT, died 9 Jun 1877 in Danville, VT. His wife is Esther Jennesa (Hurd), b. ca. 1815 in Sheffield, VT, died 9 Apr 1892 in Danville, VT. Married 15 Oct 1833 in Danville. Thurber ("Therbur"), Esther and daughter Adelia appear in the 1850 census in Dracut, MA. Several of Esther's siblings moved to Lowell, MA. Esther's parents were David Heard/Hurd & Hannah ?. David was born on 9 May 1773, probably in Rochester, NH, the son of John Heard.

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