1920's Warren South Hulick Steamship Business Card (W.S. Hulick) NYC
#893 Hulick Genealogy: W.S. Hulick Family
Printed on card: W.S. Hulick, representing International Mercantile Marine Company, American Line, Panama Pacific Line, Atlantic Transport Line, Red Star Line, Leyland Line, White Star Line, White Star Canadian Service. One Broadway, New York City. Date: 1920s, New York, Kings, Queens, New York and Delaware County. This is an Ocean Liner related original Business Card.
Found in Public Genealogy Records:
Warren South Hulick 1888–1986 born in Elizabeth, Union, New Jersey and died in Millington, Morris, New Jersey. he was the son of George Washington Hulick 1856–1933 and Louise Wolff Hulick 1852–1955. His siblings were George Clifford Hulick 1882–1968 who married Louise Mills Hulick born 1884; Esther M Hulick Linaweaver 1883–1938 who married Luther Winfield Linaweaver 1880–1955 in 1905; Gertrude Hulick 1891–1946; Raymond Daniel Hulick 1894–1974 who married Mabel K Bergbauer Hulick 1893–1978 in 1919; and Winfield Scott H Terrence Hulick 1895–1903, who sadly died at age 8.
In 1909 Warren Hulick married Ina May Bulson Hulick 1879–1962 and had children: Constance Hulick Alcan 1909–1998, who married Ralph Alcan 1911–1987; Paul Sherwood Hulick 1915–1996, Marie L Hulick Farman 1917–2007 who married Freeman Kidder Farman 1917–2007 and Robert E Hulick born 1924.
Warren's father GW Hulick was the son of Daniel Mount Hulick 1821–1870 and Mary Elizabeth South Hulick 1828–1861 (South Surname) The line goes back to John Joachim Hulick born 1724 in England, who was married to Jane Gest Hulick born 1730, also in UK and the daughter of Henry Gest. Other people in this line are John Hulick 1754–1841 of Somerset, New Jersey who died in Batavia, Clermont, Ohio, who married Mary Lott Hulick 1763–1846.
Warren F Hulick in the 1930 United States Federal Census
Name: Warren F Hulick (corrected to Warren S. Hulick)
Birth Year: abt 1888
Birthplace: New Jersey
Marital status: Married
Relation to Head of House: Head
Home in 1930: Roselle Park, Union, New Jersey, USA
Street address: 119 E Grant Ave
Home Owned or Rented: Owned
Age at first Marriage: 21
Attended School: No
Able to Read and Write: Yes
Father's Birthplace: New Jersey
Mother's Birthplace: New Jersey
Able to Speak English: Yes
Industry: Steamship Company
Household Members: Name Age
Warren F Hulick 42
Ina Hulick 50
Constance Hulick 20
Marie Hulick 12
Paul Hulick 14
Asbus Hulick 6
His occupation was a clerk for a steamship company in census records. Found in a large collection of 19th and early 20th c. material in Berkshire County, Massachusetts, MA. Card is printed on heavy old off white cardstock with simple early American typography font. This is an important DAR, Daughters of the American Revolution and SAR Sons of the American Revolutionary War family. It's most likely the one of a few or the only one in existence.
Size: 2.5 x 4 inches
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