1867 Hull Massachusetts Directory

Anderson James, fisherman
Anderson Lewis, mariner
Augustus George T. fisherman
Augustus John, mariner
Augustus John jr., fisherman

Bates Marshall fisherman
Bates Thomas keeper of Boston Light

Carney William B. house carpenter
Carter Charles A. fisherman
Cleverly John M. pilot
Cobb Elisha T. mariner
Cobb Joseph, mariner
Cobb Orlando D. telegraph operator

Dill Davis W. fisherman

Gould Robert house carpenter

Hayden John, fisherman
Hillier James, fisherman
Hobbs George fisherman
Hooper Charic J. Asst. light keeper
Hooper Nathaniel R. spit light keeper

James Joshua, fisherman
James Riennier, mariner
James Samuel, mariner
James William, mariner
James William W. mariner

Knight Charles H. farmer
Knight Edward G. house carpenter
Knight John G. school teacher
Knight Martin, farmer
Kimball Noah, fisherman

Loring Lewis P. farmer
Loring Samuel, farmer
Lowe James jr. fisherman

Matthews Gideon, house- carpenter
McKann Francis, fisherman
Milleken Clement, laborer
Mitchell Alonzo L. fisherman
Mitchell Harrison, mariner
Mitchell Henry O. farmer
Mitchell Nicholas, fisherman

Pope Andrew V. fisherman
Pope Benjamin F. fisherman
Pope James W. fisherman
Pope Joseph, grocer
Pope Joseph, post master
Pope Joseph, telegraph operator
Pope William, fisherman

Reed Daniel D. fisherman
Reed John, fisherman
Ripley Nehamiah, Prop’r Rockland house

Sawyer Samuel H. pilot
Shore Robert, asst light keeper, Boston Light
Sirovich Lewis fisherman
Sirovich Nicholas, fisherman

Tower John W. farmer
Turner James, fisherman

Vining Alexander proprietor Mansion Hotel

MLA Source Citation:

A transcription of the Plymouth County Directory and Historical Register of the Old Colony, Middleboro, Mass: Published By Stillman B. Pratt & Company, 1867. AccessGenealogy.com. Web. 28 January 2015. http://www.accessgenealogy.com/massachusetts/1867-hull-massachusetts-directory.htm - Last updated on Feb 13th, 2013

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