2 edition of Commodore Isaac Hull, U.S.N., his life and times found in the catalog.
Commodore Isaac Hull, U.S.N., his life and times
Leo Thomas Molloy
Errata slip mounted on end paper.
|Statement||compiled by Leo T. Molloy.|
|LC Classifications||E353.1.H8 M6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||244|
|LC Control Number||64004940|
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See Article History Isaac Hull, (born March 9,Derby, Connecticut [U.S.]—died FebruPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.), American naval commodore noted for the victory of his ship the Constitution over the British frigate Guerriere in the War of Biography Naval officer Isaac Hull was born in Derby, Connecticut, 9 Marchson of Joseph Hull, and nephew of General William Hull, the revolutionary officer.
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Isaac Hull was the kind of man that inspired loyalty in his men. In turn, that loyalty turned into trust and the trust led them to victory. As the HMS Guerriere came around, Hull’s men held their fire much like the men at Bunker Hill. On the command of Commodore Isaac Hull, the USS Constitution let out a broadside from her starboard cannons.
War of Naval Officer. Nephew of General William Hull. Began US Navy service as a cabin boy in Commissioned 4th Lieutenant on the "USS Constitution" inCommodore Isaac Hull won distinction in the Quasi-War with France when he captured a French privateer.
In she was the flagship of Commodore Talbot, in the West Indies, and Hull was her first lieutenant. Commodore Talbot and the captain of a British frigate on that station were friends, and the American and British captains would often discuss the sailing qualities of their respective frigates, the British ship being a good sailer as well as.
Isaac Hull, Captain of Old Ironsides: The Life and Fighting Times of Isaac Hull and the U.S. Frigate Constitution Nimitz collection: Author: Bruce Grant: Publisher: Pellegrini and Cudahy, Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: Mar 1, Length: pages:. Commodore Isaac Hull Buy Commodore Isaac Hull, U.S.N.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Leo Thomas Molloy, Isaac Hull. Amelia, sixth daughter, married Captain, afterward Commodore Joseph HULL, U. N., a nephew of Commodore Isaac HULL. Three of the daughters died unmarried.
One of them, Jeannette M. McCurdy HART, ingave a handsome iron fence for the front of the ancient cemetery on Saybrook Point.* (*It is said that in the latter part of her life she. Isaac A Hull was born in monthat birth place, Ohio.
Isaac married Emma Hull circaat age They had 6 children: Minnie M Hull, Benjaman Hull and 4 other children. Isaac lived inat address, Missouri. The Captain From Connecticut: The Life and Naval Times of Isaac Hull. Boston, MA: Northeastern University Press, Martin, Tyrone G.
A Most Fortunate Ship: A Narrative History of Old Ironsides. Rev. Annapolis, MD: Naval Institute Press, ____. "Isaac Hull's Victory Revisited." The American Nept no.1 (Winter ): Naval officer Isaac Hull was born in Derby, Connecticut, 9 Marchson of Joseph Hull, and nephew of General William Hull, the revolutionary officer.
Isaac Hull (March 9, – Febru ) was a Commodore in the United States Navy. He commanded several famous US naval ships including USS Constitution and saw service in the Quasi War, the Barbary Wars and the War of Isaac Hull Rises his life and times book Victory.
Isaac Hull was born in Derby inthe second of seven sons. His father Joseph, William Hull’s brother, had fought in the Revolutionary War, leading a flotilla of whaleboats against the British on Long Island Sound.
The sea was in young Isaac’s blood. Isaac Hull was born in Derby in His father was a sea captain and Isaac learned his nautical skills in Derby before joining the merchant service and commanding his first ship at the age of When the new United States Navy was created inIsaac Hull was appointed a lieutenant on one of the four ships built for the new navy.
Born March 9,in Derby, CT, Isaac Hull was the son of Joseph Hull who later took part in the American Revolution. In the course of the fighting, Joseph served as an artillery lieutenant and was captured in following the Battle of Fort oned in HMS Jersey, he was exchanged two years later and assumed command of a small flotilla on Long Island Sound.
Commodore Isaac Hull, USN, () Isaac Hull was born in Derby, Connecticut, on 9 March and longer trips to the West Indies. During the mids Hull commanded several merchant vessels, losing some to French privateers.
He was commissioned a Lieutenant in the new United States Navy. Commodore Isaac Hull is not one of the best-known of American maritime heroes, even though a nearby bridge bears his name.
Carolyn Ivanoff, first vice president of the Shelton Historical Society, wants to make sure Hull's name lives on in the area's memory. Ivanoff, an assistant principal at Shelton High School, was the guest speaker at the Shelton Historical Society's 50th annual meeting.
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Isaac Hull, Captain of Old Ironsides: the life and fighting times of Isaac Hull and the U.S. frigate Constitution, Pellegrini and Cudahy; Original from the University of. "This gallant soldier was the father of Commodore Isaac Hull.
He engaged early in life in the West India trade and became familiar with a seaman's life as well as that of a farmer. During his most active career, the whale fishery was carried on in the Sound in open boats, manned by four or six oarsmen, a steersman and a harpooner.
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Full text of "Life of Andrew Hull Foote rear-admiral United States Navy". Isaac Hull was born in Derby, CT, in His father was a sea captain, and Isaac learned his nautical skills in Derby before joining the merchant service and commanding his first ship at the age of When the new United States Navy was created inIsaac Hull was appointed a Lieutenant on one of the four ships built for the new navy.
Isaac Hull was born on month dayat birth place, Kentucky, to Isaac Hull and Massia or Massie or Mercy Hull (born Vaughn). Isaac was born on November 17in Piscataway, Middlesex, New Jersey, United States. Commodore Isaac Hull (–) of the War of * HFAm #, Richard Hull line, Isaac Hull had no children.
Therefore, it is impossible for anyone to descend from this noted Hull who was the commander of the ship Constitution. While he did have relatives, he had no descendants. Commodore Isaac Hull, USN, () ( total words in this text) ( Reads) Isaac Hull was born in Derby, Connecticut, on 9 March Early in life he joined his father, a mariner, on local voyages and longer trips to the West Indies.
During the mids Hull commanded several merchant vessels, losing some to French privateers. Commodore Isaac HULL Esquire was born 9 Mar in Derby, New Haven, CT and was christened 6 Jun in First Congregational Church Of Derby.
He died Feb in Derby, New Haven, CT and was buried in Derby Colonial Cemetery, Derby, New Haven, CT. Isaac married Anna McCurdy HART on Isaac Hull was a Commodore in the United States Navy.
Autographs Commodore Isaac Hull "I. Hull USN" Signed LetterCOMMODORE ISAAC HULL (). War of Sold for $1, on His tomb is heavy with the carving and relief work. And all of this ornate death decoration lies beneath a portico supported by four doric columns.
Beneath all of this, centered at the foot of the stone coffin is a marble slab with a bronze plaque on it. It reads Commodore Isaac Hull United States Naval Officer 09 March February Photo #: NH Silver urn presented to Captain Isaac Hull, USN, By the citizens of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in recognition of his 19 August victory over HMS Guerriere while in command of USS urn was made by Philadelphia silversmiths Thomas Fletcher and Sidney Gardiner, and engraved by W.
Hooker. Introduction: These listings of over two hundred Washington Navy Yard civilian employees' names and occupations were compiled at the request of the Board of Navy Commissioners () and submitted to the Board on 8 May by Commandant of the Washington Navy Yard, Commodore Isaac Hull.
Commodore Hull was asked by the Board to provide a list of all Washington Navy Yard. The Snow Riot was a riot and lynch mob in Washington, D.C. in August [full citation needed] An attack on free blacks in the city by whites, the Snow Riot wreaked havoc on anything affiliated with free blacks for days, destroying or damaging many of their name of the riot comes from one of the first destinations the mob attacked, the restaurant owned by a free black man.
He died in Phila- delphia in — COMMODORE ISAAC HULL. By John Wesley Jarvis. Lent by the Art Commission of the City of New York.
Isaac Hull was horn at Derby, Conn.,was commissioned as lieutenant in the Navy in He saw much active service, especially dur. 2 Lieutenant Hull 3 Saint-Domingue 4 Keep Yourself Cool. 5 The Active Captain Hull 6 The Gunboat Navy 7 That Favorite Frigate 8 By Heaven, That Ship Is Ours.
9 The Portsmouth Station 10 Commissioner and Commandant 11 His Good Name 12 Trials 13 Commodore Hull 14 At Home and Abroad Capt. Isaac Hull, 39, short, burly and boyishly handsome, brimming with confidence, was born on the banks of the Housatonic River in Derby and had spent most of his life at sea.
Intrepid Sailors offers a rare insight into the lives of men who today loom larger-than-life and who continue to inspire each new class of naval officer. Stephen Decatur, Richard Somers, Charles Stewart, James Lawrence, Edward Preble and a pantheon of early U.S.
Navy heroes all come to life. Commodore Isaac Hull. 9 Maloney, p. Commodore Isaac Hull wanted to appoint John Etheridge, his Secretary, as Purser. Hull's request was not granted but John Etheridge was made Commandant's Clerk at a salary just a little less then Winn's. 10 See Michael Shiner Diary entries forpages 59 - Get this from a library.
The Captain from Connecticut: the Life and Naval Times of Isaac Hull. [Linda M Maloney] -- The Captain from Connecticut is the definitive biography of the man who became a national hero as the commander of the USS Constitution in her dramatic victory over HMS Guerriere in the War of.
Already a celebrated naval officer, Commodore Isaac Hull captured the nation's attention during the War ofwhen the U.S. Constitution, under his comm. David Humphreys (J – Febru ) was an American Revolutionary War colonel and aide de camp to George Washington, a secretary and intelligence agent for Benjamin Franklin in Paris, American minister to Portugal and then to Spain, entrepreneur who brought Merino sheep to America and member of the Connecticut state legislature.
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