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We are Researching the William Hulin family. William Hulinwas born November 11, 1836 in Ridgeville, Ohio. He married Alice Emma Chase of Illinois July 12, 1858. They raised their family in Walnut, Iowa.
During the Civil War William served in the Federal Co. B.
U.S. Artillery. He road from Walnut Iowa to Washington DC where
he inlisted. He was wounded in the leg, and returned to Walnut
Iowa before allowing the lower leg to be amputated. The company
he served in was known as the black hats. They were involved in
the fighting at gettysburg and other major battles and sustained
heavy casualties to the point that the remaining members of the
unit were absorbed into other Union units. 4 generations
of his family were in the Walnut Iowa vacinity for a period of
over 100 years. All have since
moved elsewhere. William died May 1898 and was buried in the
Walnut cemetary.
The Hulin Family Home Page
Updated September 5, 2000

Dennis Lee Hulin
45 Eastmoor Ave. apt#7
Daly City, Ca 94015
United States
650-758-5841
d.hulin@worldnet.att.net

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