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The goal of this project is to ...give me a place to organize research for my England orphan trail project.

Right now this project just has one member, me. I am Kathy Carroll.

While I would normally welcome help, I am pursuing my trail to become a useful member of the England project, so I think I’m supposed to go it alone except for my assigned trailblazer.

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Hulse-169 (Hannah) and her father, Hulse-1092 (Edward, 2nd Baronet)

Note on the creation of the baronetcy: Edward Hulse of “Lincoln’s Inn Fields” In 1739, Hulse was physician to King George II (he had been physician to Queen Anne and King George I as well). He was residing at No. 51 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, in London. After the baronetcy was created, Sir Edward Hulse purchase the manor house in the village of Breamore in Hampshire, England. Hulse left London in 1744 and died in 1759, when he was succeeded by his son, Edward. (source: Wikipedia entry for 1st Bt.)

https://www.british-history.ac.uk/survey-london/vol3/pt1/pp69-73 ref for Lincoln’s Inn Fields.

Succession box:

Following
Sir Edward Hulse, M.D., 1st Baronet
Sir Edward Hulse, 2nd Baronet
1715 - 1800
Followed by
Sir Edward Hulse, 3rd Baronet

Hannah

Contents

Biography

Hannah Hulse was the oldest known child of Sir Edward Hulse, 2nd Bt. (b. 21 Jun 1715, d. 1 Dec 1800) and Hannah Vanderplank (b. 10 Oct. 1721), married on 20 February 1741 in Little Ilford, Essex, England. (source: Record of Edward Halse and Hannah Vanderplank; Church of England Parish registers for Little Ilford, England; 1539-1903, Essex Record Office. 1561-1812; Film 004298440, image 309 of 538. Accessed through Family Search. org, 16 August, 2021.) Also (Listing for Edward Hulse and Samuel Vanderplank; London and Surrey, England, Marriage Bonds and Allegations, London, England: London Metropolitan Archives. Accessed through Ancestry.com database, Marriage Bonds and Allegations, 1597-1921 [database online]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc. 2011.)

[create free space page for transcript of marriage bond--attach to both Edward and Hannah)

http://www.thepeerage.com/p30647.htm#i306469

Early Life

Hannah was born in at Breamore, the seat of the Hulse family, in 1742. Her father, Sir Edward Hulse, Bart. was the second Baronet, having succeeded his father upon his death in 1759.


(Need short section on baronetcy — prob in Sir Edwards profile.)

Siblings: Edward (b. 1744) Samuel (b. 1746) Westrow Dorothy Elizabeth Charlotte (b. 1765) http://www.thepeerage.com/p30647.htm#i306469 Note: no dates given in this source for births of Westrow, Dorothy, or Elizabeth.

Marriage

Hannah married Richard Benyon (b. 26 June 1746; d. 1796) on 3 September 1776 in place. Richard was the son of ----- [Englefield] (source Burke's Peerage)

They had one son, Richard Benyon, later known as Richard de Beauvoir. (source: Listing for Richard Benyon, Family Search database, Parish registers for Romford, Essex, England, Christenings and Burials 1561-1812. Film 007723977, image 204 of 735.) other children?


Later Life

Richard Benyon died in 1796, leaving Hannah a widow. [Will, probate?]

Death

Hannah died on 27 April 1828 in _____. Her will was proved [date]. transcript?



Sources


Research Notes

Sir Edward, 2nd Bt. b. 21 June 1715 d. 1 Dec. 1800 (this may be a quarter, not a date--check) Son of Sir Edward Hulse (Hulse-#) and Elizabeth Levett (link to profile). who was a leading London physician and doctor to Queen Anne, King George I (link to profile) and King George II (link to profile). The Hulse Baronetcy was created in 1738/39.

Sir Edward became the second baronet upon the death of his father in 1759. He resided at the family seat in Breamore, Fordingbridge, Hampshire, England. This house was completed in 1583 and purchased by the elder Sir Edward in _____?. Sir Edward served as High Sheriff of [Essex?] in 1765. [Profession other than gentleman?]

Marriage and Family Sir Edward married Hannah Vanderplank (link to profile) on 20 February 1741 in Little Ilford, Essex, England. At the time of the marriage, Hannah was 19 years old and referred to as a minor in the marriage listing. (source: Record of Edward Halse and Hannah Vanderplank; Church of England Parish registers for Little Ilford, England; 1539-1903, Essex Record Office. 1561-1812; Film 004298440, image 309 of 538. Accessed through Family Search. org, 16 August, 2021.) Also (Listing for Edward Hulse and Samuel Vanderplank; London and Surrey, England, Marriage Bonds and Allegations, London, England: London Metropolitan Archives. Accessed through Ancestry.com database, Marriage Bonds and Allegations, 1597-1921 [database online]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc. 2011.) They had seven children: Hannah Edward Samuel Westrow Dorothy Elizabeth Charlotte

Death Sir Edward died in December or November of 1800. (source lists 1 December 1800). His will was proved [at] the Court of Canterbury (source Probate 11/1351 Court of Canterbury Wills 1384-1858). He was survived by his wife, Hannah, and [list of children mentioned in will]. His oldest son, Edward (link to profile), succeeded to the Baronetcy as the third Baronet and took up the living at Breamore House.





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