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The Hulses in Horseheads

Updated September 6, 2000

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Hello from upstate NY! I have taken on the task of carrying on the work of my paternal great-aunt Helen (Hulse) Irwin and grandfather Robert C. Hulse. They spent many hours and dollars on correspondance and research into the basics (census data, etc.) and developed quite a bit of information. I've started by organizing it and trying to dig even deeper. The problem is that the most crucial records, the ones which I could use to trace our roots in Europe, were destroyed by the Brits. If anyone has had experience getting information about the 1920 and 1930 census records for New Jersey, please e-mail me and let me know! I have also included as much information from my wife's side of the family as we currently have available. This data was compiled by my father-in-law Samuel Hughes. Any serious attempts at help in filling in the gaps or correcting the current information would be greatly appreciated and acknowledged!
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Robert A Hulse
16 Lloyd Drive
Horseheads, NY 14845
607-562-7363
rhulse@stny.lrun.com

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