Lake Placid News, June 27, 1919 Born:


Married: Lucille C. Hull (divorced, 1905), Caroline Hinkley Garfield (1911)


Fred E. Hull operated a jewelry store at 22 Broadway prior to about 1920 when it was bought by Matthew M. Munn in partnership with Ernest Lamy. It was subsequently sold to William G. Scheefer. 1

Malone Palladium, January 24, 1901

John Tully, formerly of Malone, has sold his Dry Dock Market building at Saranac Lake to Fred. E. Hull, who will open up a jewelry store. Mr. Tully is undecided what business he will engage in next.

Malone Farmer, March 15, 1905

Justice Spencer at a special term of the Supreme Court, held in Saratoga on Saturday, granted a divorce to the plaintiff in the case of Fred E. Hull against Lucille C. Hull, both of Saranac Lake.

Plattsburgh Sentinel, July 7, 1911


Fred E. Hull, the well known and popular jeweler of Saranac Lake, was united in marriage on Monday, June 26, 1911, to Caroline Hinkley Garfield, also of Saranac Lake. The wedding ceremony was performed by Rev. F. F. Love, at the home of the bride on Lake street. The happy couple have gone to New York and other places on an extended wedding trip.



1. Adirondack Daily Enterprise, November 14, 1969