- 1874-1940 (Creation)
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Family members include Hugh Munro Hull, George Hull, Mrs G Emmett (nee Hull) and Florence Hull later Kenny. Florence Kenny was a leading Tasmanian Composer and at the height of her musical career, many of her songs were sung on concert platforms in Tasmania and on the mainland.
A A Hull was the son of George Hull. He moved to Queeensland and became a surveyor.
Hugh Munro Hull (1818-1882) was Clerk of the House of Assembly and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Tasmania. His publications included The Royal Kalendar and Guide to Tasmania (1858-1860), The Experience of Forty Years in Tasmania (1859), and Practical Hints to Emigrants (1871).
His son Hugh Synnot Hull (1852-1913) also worked a public servant. He had five sons, Hugh Munro Hull (1887-1913), Francis Allison Hull (1890-1910), Herman Arthur Munro Hull (1892-1929), Marcus Aitkin Hull (1895-1918), and William Denison Hull (1898-1976).
Amateur film-maker Herman Robert Hull (b.1926) was a son of Herman Arthur Munro Hull.
From TAHO record https://stors.tas.gov.au/AI/NG300
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Presented to the Society by F.A .Hull, 1943
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Draft assessment roll for municipality of Glenorchy and reminiscences of T.J.M. Hull, 1940, about the 'Great Flood' of Glenorchy in 1872
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This material is made available for personal research and study purposes under the University of Tasmania Standard Copyright Licence. For any further use permission should be obtained from the copyright owners. For assistance please contact Special.Collections@utas.edu.au
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Held TAHO - Hull Family archives- https://stors.tas.gov.au/AI/NG300
Tasmanian Geological Survey- Record 2007/01
A compilation of historical accounts of the 1872 Glenorchy landslide by C. Mazengarb, G. J. Dickens & C. R. Calver http://www.mrt.tas.gov.au/mrtdoc/dominfo/download/UR2007_01/UR2007_01.pdf
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