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Hannah Tull

(circa 1794-1885), Wife of Edward Tull; mother-in-law of George Alexander Trevor

Sitter in 3 portraits

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Hannah Tull, by Camille Silvy - NPG Ax51526

Hannah Tull

by Camille Silvy
albumen print, 18 February 1861
NPG Ax51526

Hannah Tull, by Camille Silvy - NPG Ax64289

Hannah Tull

by Camille Silvy
albumen print, 25 May 1865
NPG Ax64289

Hannah Tull, by Camille Silvy - NPG Ax64402

Hannah Tull

by Camille Silvy
albumen print, 27 June 1865
NPG Ax64402

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Susan Ellis

27 June 2020, 23:04

Hannah Tull was the wife of Edward Tull of Peasemore, Berkshire. In the 1851 census Edward is listed as JP for Berkshire, and owner and occupier of 765 Acres. He probably died in 1859, as in 1861 Hannah was listed as a widowed landed proprietor living with her daughter and son in law, Ann and Francis Fleming, at Kidmore End, Caversham, in Oxfordshire. In 1871 she was living with her other daughter and son in law, Elizabeth and George Trevor at 48 Queen's Gardens, Paddington. It would probably be here that the three photos were taken.
The Tull family were influential in Streatley (where they farmed Southridge), in Thatcham (where the Tull brothers Richard and Henry owned Crookham House and Chamberhouse), and another Richard Tull lived in London where he, his son and his grandson were all involved in the brewing industry at Eliots Brewery, later Watneys. Edward Tull of Peasemore is likely to be the son of another Edward, and nephew of Richard and Henry of Thatcham.

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