Giles Tull
(Abt 1580-1643/1651)
Avis White
Dr. John Rhoades
(Abt 1625-1683)
Katherine (?)
(Abt 1630-Abt 1661)
Richard Tull
(Abt 1640-1710/1711)
Martha Rhoades
(1654-1709)
George Tull Sr.
(1677-Bef 1747)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Elizabeth Noble

George Tull Sr.

  • Born: 27 May 1677, Somerset Co., MD
  • Marriage (1): Elizabeth Noble about 1698 in Somerset Co., MD
  • Died: Bef 14 Apr 1747, Somerset Co., MD

  

George Tull ye son of Richard Tull was borne of Martha his wife att Annamessix ye twenty seaventh day of May Annoq Domminy one thousand six hundred seaventy & seaven (SoLR-IKL)

George Tull Son of Richard Tull his marke vizt Cropt of the left ear & a hart in the Cropt the right ear Cropt & Two slitts in the Crop recorded 27 March 1682.

SoLR-GH:150, AZ:024,

In the November court at Somerset 1723, "George Tull Brings a negro Boy into Court ^Called Abner^ and humbly prays the Court to give their Judgmt held old the said Negro Boy is thereupon the Court are of opinion and adjudge the said Negro Boy Called Abner to be of the age of fourteen years &c" (SoJ-1723:118)

George Tull Pet.n To the worshipfull his Lordships Justices of the peace now Sitting the humble
Petition of George Tull humbly Sheweth that whereas your petitioner has a mind to Keep ordinary here at the Court house and qualifie himselfe according to act of assembly therefore your petitioner humbly prays your worships to grant your petitioner Lycence to Sell Liquors and to settle the rate of the same and your petitioner as in duty bounds shall Ever pray George Tull The petition afd being read and heard and fully Considered It's ordered that the petition afd be granted the said George Tull giving security according to Law &c thereupon the said George Tull together with Richard (stricken) John Tull & Stephen Handy of Somersett County Gentl: his securitys all present here in Court acknowledged themselves to Owe & Stand Justly Indebted unto his Lordship his heirs and successors in the sum of twenty pounds Sterr Joyntly & Severally to be Levied on their Bodys Goods or Chattles Lands or tenements for the use of his Said Lordship the Lord proprietary In Case the said George Tull Entertain any Freeman or Loose person in their ^his^ houses above twenty four hours (Court times Excepted) unless such person be Capable to Give his Vote for a delegate in the said County or that he be retained as a Servant to the said ordinary Keeper nor shall Entertaine any other person whatsoever that shall be Noted to you as a Common tippler by the Justices of the Coty Court and Likewise pay unto the honourable Philemon Loyde Esqr the sum of Five hundred pounds of tobacco P year for Lycence money for ever year you Keep Ordinary and in Every respect Comply with the act of assembly Entituled an act for Regulating of Ordinarys &c. (SoJ-1723:139)

George Tull Pet.n To the worshipfull his Lordships Justices of the peace now sitting the humble petition of George Tull humbly sheweth that whereas there is here at the Courthouse a Certain house Belonging to your worships to Lett Lying Void and of Little or noe use or benefitt to any the said Hous going much Out of repair and to ruing therefore your petitioner humbly prays your Worships to Lett the Said Hous to your petitioner for the benefitt of a Stable and your petitioner is willing to Comply with any reasonable terms your worships shall think fitt as to repairing and Covering the said house or any Other Satisfaction and your petitioner as in duty Bound shall Every pray the petition afd being Read and heard & the premisses Considered It's agreed by the Justices that the said George Tull have the said hous dureing Pleasure he the said Tull paying yearly & Every Year dureing the time that he shall hold the said house the sum of two hundred pounds of tobacco p year to Somersett County the same being full satisfaction for the rent of the said House the said Tull ^likewise^ Leaving the Said house in as good Repair as he finds the same &c. (SoJ-1723:161)

In the November Court 1724 we find: "George Tulls Pet.n To the worshipfull his Lordships Justices of the peace now sitting the humble petition of George Tull humbly sheweth that whereas your petitioner has a very Great family and Charge and is very scarce of plantable Ground to make Corn on for the supply of his family by reason of the road Runing so near his plantation therefore your petitioner humbly prays your worships to give your petitioner Leave to putt ye road a little further out from his plantation and it will be far better and Little or nothing further and your petitioner as in duty bound shall Ever pray the petition afd being read & heard and the premisses Considered Its therefore ordered by the Justices that the said George Tull have the Liberty of turning the road by his plantation as by the petition afd he hath praid he makeing the New road as good and passable as the old at his own proper Costs and Charge &c (SoJ-1724:231)

George Tull's will was probated in Somerset Co., MD on Apr 14 1747 with the following provisions:
- To youngest son, George, all three tracts of land "Colemans Adventure", "Bickles" and "Chance" being 750a, also negro girl Nan and her increase, my still, feather bed and furniture, 1/4th part of my pewter and pots, my desk and crosscut and whip saws, spice mortar and pestel, my two guns and still yards and plow chains, my spill and set of wedges and maulings, one plow and harrow, young horse, round table, hand mill and grind stone. He also to get 2 years schooling to be paid out of my estate
- To daughter Hannah, negro man Harry, feather bed and furniture, 1/4th part of my pewter and pots
- To daughter Leah, negro woman Hagar, feather bed and furniture, 1/4th part of my pewter and pots
- To daughter Mary, negro child Jenne, feather bed and furniture, 1/4th part of my pewter and pots
- Previously provided sons Noble and Jonathan some deeds for land but they were rebellious and abuseful to me so those deeds to be null and void
- Wife Elizabeth to be executor (MdW-25:249, SoW-EB9:273)


George married Elizabeth Noble, daughter of William Noble and Jennett (?), about 1698 in Somerset Co., MD. (Elizabeth Noble was born about 1680 in Somerset Co., MD.)




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