Joseph Lumpkin  Hull

Joseph Lumpkin Hull

Male 1885 - 1965  (80 years)

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  • Name Joseph Lumpkin Hull  [1, 2
    Born 6 May 1885  Athens, GA Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Gender Male 
    Occupation Attorney Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Residence 3341 S. Utica Ave., Tulsa, OK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Died Aug 1965  Tulsa, OK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Buried Memorial Park, Tulsa, OK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Notes 
    • From Muskogee and Northeastern Oklahoma:

      Joseph L. Hull, member of the Muskogee bar since 1915 and now engaged in the practice of civil law as a partner in the firm of Gibson & Hull, was born in Athens, Georgia, May 6, 1885, and is a son of Augustus L. and Callie (Cobb) Hull. He is also a nephew of the Hon. Hoke Smith, at one time governor of Georgia and afterward United States senator.

      Augustus L. Hull was born and reared in Georgia and for a number of years was secretary and treasurer of the State University at Athens, while his name is found on the title page of several historical works, including the "Campaigns in the Confederate Army" and a second volume called the "Annals of Athens."

      In the maternal line Joseph L. Hull also comes of distinguished ancestry. He is a great-grandson of Judge Joseph Henry Lumpkin, who was the first chief justice of the supreme court of Georgia and in whose honor one of the counties of the state was named. The grandfather in the maternal line was Thomas R. R. Cobb, the author of the codification of the laws of Georgia and one of the authors of the constitution of the Confederate States of ?America. He was prominent in the affairs of the Confederate government throughout the Civil war period and was numbered among the most distinguished representatives of the Georgia bar. Other names connected with Mr. Hull through the maternal line figured prominently on the pages of professional and military history. In the family of Mr. and Mrs. Augustus L. Hull were four sons and three daughters Marion, a physician and surgeon of Atlanta, Georgia; Harry, a real estate dealer of Athens, Georgia; Augustus L., formerly a reporter of the United States district court for the western district of Oklahoma at Guthrie; Joseph L., of this review; Mrs. William H. Pope of New Mexico, whose husband was judge of the United States district court there; and Mrs. Philip Weltner and Callie Hull, both residents of Atlanta.

      Joseph L. Hull spent three and a half years as a student in the State University of Georgia, pursuing law studies during one year of that period. In 1905 he was admitted to the bar of his native state and engaged in general practice at Athens until 1910, when he became a resident of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and assisted Clinton O. Bunn in annotating the statutes of the state. In April, 1912, he was appointed special assistant attorney general of Oklahoma, under Charles West, and on the 1st of July, following, he was made a regular assistant in the attorney general?s office. On the 13th of October, 1914, he was licensed to practice before the United States supreme court.

      In 1915 Mr. Hull removed to Muskogee, where he has since engaged in practice, being now junior partner in the firm, of Gibson & Hull, their attention being concentrated upon civil law cases.

      On the 23d of October, 1912, in Oklahoma City, Mr. Hull was married to Miss Lucille Kilpatrick, a daughter of James Kilpatrick, who was controller of the United States sub-treasury in New Orleans under President Cleveland. Mr. and Mrs. Hull have two children: Alyce Lucille and Joseph Lumpkin.

      Mr. Hull belongs to the Delta Theta Pi, a law fraternity, also to the Sigma Alpha Epsilon, of which he became a member while a student in the University of Georgia. He has always stood as a stalwart champion of democratic principles and his religious faith is indicated by his membership in the Presbyterian Church, South.
    Person ID I0233  Hull
    Last Modified 5 May 2017 

    Father Augustus Longstreet Hull,   b. 8 Sep 1847, Athens, Clarke Co., GA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 11 Nov 1909, Athens, Clarke Co., GA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 62 years) 
    Mother Callender Cobb,   b. 2 Jun 1848, Athens, Clarke Co., GA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 10 Oct 1911, Athens, Clarke Co., GA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 63 years) 
    Married 5 Jan 1871  Athens, Clarke Co., GA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Photos
    1892 (c.) A. L. and Callie Hull's family
    1892 (c.) A. L. and Callie Hull's family
    Marion Lumpkin Cobb,
    Marion, Augustus, Callie,
    Callie, May,
    Harry, Sally, Joe,
    Cousin Marion Smith?, Longstreet
    1892 (c.) A. L. and Callie Cobb Hull's Children on a Joggling Board
    1892 (c.) A. L. and Callie Cobb Hull's Children on a Joggling Board
    1856 A.L. Hull house
    1856 A.L. Hull house
    Built in 1856 in the middle of the block,
    later moved to the southeast Corner of Milledge and Dearing
    Street. Demolished.
    1908 Hull Family in New Mexico
    1908 Hull Family in New Mexico
    Longstreet, Tom, Callie, Augustus, Callie, May, Will
    1903 (c.) Hull Family Gathering
    1903 (c.) Hull Family Gathering
    In front row, Marion Hull holding Dick; behind him, from left, Thomas, Callie Hull holding Marion, Callie Hull, Florence Hull, A. L. Hull.
    01-This house in Athens, Ga., built in 1856, was home to the family of A.L. and Callie Hull.
    01-This house in Athens, Ga., built in 1856, was home to the family of A.L. and Callie Hull.
    The Old Home as it fronted on Dearing Street
    05-Julia and Tom are buried next to their parents at Oconee Hill Cemetery in Athens.
    05-Julia and Tom are buried next to their parents at Oconee Hill Cemetery in Athens.
    1904 Tallulah Falls adventure
    1904 Tallulah Falls adventure
    Rear: Jim, A.L. Hull, Rosa, Lucy, Arthur, Joe, Callie, May, Marion Smith
    Front: Margaret, Sally, Mary Brent, Mary Hull, Gus Hoke
    Histories
    1904: The Hulls of Georgia
    1904: The Hulls of Georgia
    Augustus Longstreet Hull's history of the Hull family of Georgia, Athens, Ga., 1904
    1908: Log of a Tenderfoot's Trip to New Mexico
    1908: Log of a Tenderfoot's Trip to New Mexico
    By A. L. Hull
    August 1908
    Augustus Longstreet Hull's account of a family trip to New Mexico in 1908 to visit his daughter, May, and her husband.
    Family ID F021  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Lucille Alyce Kilpatrick,   b. 22 Jan 1890,   d. Jul 1953  (Age 63 years) 
    Children 
     1. Lucille Hull,   b. 5 May 1914,   d. Mar 1978  (Age 63 years)
     2. Joseph Lumpkin Hull, Jr.,   b. 15 Jul 1919,   d. 9 Nov 1997, Tulsa, OK Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 78 years)
     3. Richard Longstreet Hull
    Family ID F179  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Photos
    02-A. L. and Callie Hull had nine children.
    02-A. L. and Callie Hull had nine children.
    Shown here: May, Marion, Thomas,
    A.L., Longstreet, Callie, Harry,
    Joe, Sally
    1886 (c.) Joe Hull
    1886 (c.) Joe Hull
    1904 Tallulah Falls Outing
    1904 Tallulah Falls Outing
    W.O. Henderson, Marion Smith, Gus Hoke, Joe Hull, Jim
    1893 (c.) Hulls with Fritz and Cousin Cornelia
    1893 (c.) Hulls with Fritz and Cousin Cornelia
    Cornelia, Longstreet, Joe, May, Sally
    Joe, Harry on Fritz, and Longstreet Hull
    Joe, Harry on Fritz, and Longstreet Hull
    In the backyard
    Joe Hull and Rex
    Joe Hull and Rex
    Joseph Hull
    Joseph Hull
    Joseph Hull Sr.
    Joseph Hull Sr.
    Head of the Oklahoma Hull Family
    Joseph Hull Sr. with Grandchildren
    Joseph Hull Sr. with Grandchildren
    Dathel, Thomas, Joseph III

  • Sources 
    1. [S07508] Hull and Cobb History, Augustus Longstreet Hull, (Unpublished).

    2. [S02634] The Record of My Ancestry, A. L. Hull, (Unpublished).


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