Bullock, William (b. Abt 1692, d. ?)
Note: Date of birth also given as 1705 which is clearly not possible.
Change: Date: 30 OCT 2003
Change: Date: 8 OCT 2003
Note: Mary Polly Bullock b: 1702 - no further information available at this time. She may possibly have been married to John Moore b: 28 Sep 1706 in Albemarle, VA d: 1785 in Albemarle Co., Vir. Son of John Moore and Susannah Price whose first wife was Mary Susannah Jouett. He married a Mary Bullock. There are eleven children and only the first, Matthew, was born to Mary Jouett - the others were supposedly born by Mary Bullock. It is possible that John Moore married a third time to a Martha, daughter of the elder John Harvie who may have been the mother of the last child listed: Matthew Redd MOORE b: 1738 in , Hanover Co., Vir.; Lucy MOORE b: Abt 1740; Frances MOORE b: 1740 in Vir.; Elizabeth MOORE b: 1747 in Albemarle Co., Vir.; Mary MOORE b: 17 Jan 1748 in Albemarle Co., Vir.; John MOORE b: 1750 in Albemarle Co., Vir.; Ann MOORE b: 17 May 1755 in , Albemarle Co., Vir.; Susannah MOORE b: 1 Feb 1756 in , Albemarle Co., Vir.; Edward MOORE b: Abt 1757 in , Albemarle Co., Vir.; James MOORE b: 1758 in Albemarle Co., Vir.; Martha MOORE b: 13 Apr 1763 in , Albemarle Co., Vir.; William MOORE b: Abt 1778 in Of, Albemarle Co., Vir. It is said that "Mary (Bullock) Moore is known to have been the sister of Patterson Bullock of Louisa County." This makes sense even though I cannot document it. Susannah Moore, dau b 1 Feb 1756 married David Bullock b: 10 Nov 1757 Albemarle Co., Virginia, Patterson's son.
Change: Date: 29 NOV 2004
Change: Date: 30 OCT 2003
Note: LDS traces this family back to the 1500s
Agnes2 WINGFIELD dau of Thomas Wingfield and Sarah Garland (daughter of Edward Garland Sr and Mary Jane Jennings), at Hanover, VA was born CA 1727-1750. She married Edmund/Edward Bullock Jr (3099), son of Edward Bullock and Ann Anderson. She died CA 1772-1838 at Hanover, VA.
Edmund/Edward BULLOCK Jr (3099) was born CA 1718-1747 at Hanover, VA. He married Female Unknown (15034). He died in 1783 at Hanover, VA. He was buried at Hanover, VA.
The six known children of Agnes2 Wingfield (307) and Edmund/Edward Bullock Jr (3099) were as follows:
· 13. i. John3 BULLOCK (13261) was born at Nelson, VA. He married Louisa Cosby (13255), daughter of John Cosby (3097) and Susannah Wingfield (305).
· 14. ii. Garland BULLOCK (15031) married Elizabeth unknown (15054).
· + 15. iii. Hon Edmund D. BULLOCK (24324), born 1763 at Hanover, VA; married Elizabeth "Eliza" Fontaine (24325).
· + 16. iv. Mary "Polly" BULLOCK (15032), born 1769 at Hanover, VA; married William Davenport (15055).
· 17. v. Sarah BULLOCK (15033) was born in 1773.
· 18. vi. Unknown BULLOCK (26820).
Change: Date: 8 OCT 2004
Death: 4 FEB 1786 Hanover Co, VA
Change: Date: 8 OCT 2003
Note: Marriage 1 Frances PRYOR
Married: 21 Jun 1769 in Granville Co., NC
1. Phillip BULLOCK b: 1770 m: Sophia _____
2. Edward BULLOCK b: 1773 n: Sallie Dalby 11/16/1797
3. Nancy Ann BULLOCK b: 1775 m: Knightingale Dalby
4. Benjamin BULLOCK b: 1776 m: Lizzie Gooch 12/10/1798
5. Leonard BULLOCK b: 1779 m: Permelia Dalby 10/10/1802
6. Richard BULLOCK b: 1782 m: Lilie Dalby
Marriage 2 Susannah PRYOR b: 2 May 1760
Married: 10 Apr 1785 in NC
1. Frances BULLOCK
Census: 1785 Granville Co., NC
Census: 1786 Dutch District, Granville Co., NC
Event: Sold land Property 22 Apr 1780 Granville Co., NC
Event: Granted land - Cedar & Ledge of Rocks Creeks Property 15 Oct 1783 Granville Co., NC
Census: 1784 Granville Co., NC 3 Event: Purchased land - Knap of Reeds & Cedar Creeks Property 10 Nov 1784 Granville Co., NC
Occupation: Sheriff 1792-1795 Granville Co., NC
Event: Sold Land Property 4 Mar 1794 Granville Co., NC
Census: 1800 Granville Co., NC
Event: Sold Land - Maple Branch Property 15 Oct 1802 Granville Co., NC
Event: Purchased Land - Tar River Property 22 Mar 1803 Granville Co., NC
Event: Granted Land by Earl of Granville Property 1765 Granville Co., NC
Event: Purchased land Property 2 Apr 1786 Granville Co., NC
Event: Sold land - Tar River Property Aug 1786 Granville Co., NC
Event: Sold land - Western Co. Line Property 13 Jul 1787 Granville Co., NC
Event: Sold land Property 23 Sep 1787 Granville Co., NC
Census: 1790 Dutch District, Granville Co., NC
Event: Granted land - Picture Creek Property 15 Dec 1790 Granville Co., NC
Census: 1771 Granville Co., NC
Event: Captain Military Service abt 1776 Granville Co., NC
Event: Purchased land - Ledge of Rocks Creek Property 1 Mar 1780 Granville Co., NC
Event: Purchased land - Cedar & Robertson Creeks Property 1 Mar 1780 Granville Co., NC
Event: Traded land - Knap of Reeds Creek for Cattail Creek Property 3 May 1791 Granville Co., NC
Event: Sold Land Property 6 Feb 1797 Granville Co., NC
Event: Purchased Land - Lege of Rocks Creek Property 2 Sep 1797 Granville Co., NC
Event: Sold Land - Bollings Creek Property 1 Mar 1799 Granville Co., NC
Event: Purchased land Property 24 Nov 1784 Granville Co., NC
Event: Granted Land - Knap of Reeds Creek Property 1 Dec 1807 Granville Co., NC
Event: Sold Land - Knap of Reeds Creek Property 23 Apr 1808 Granville Co., NC
Census: 1810 Granville Co., NC 3 4 Event: Sold Land - Cedar Creek Property 26 Jul 1810 Granville Co., NC Event: Sold Land - Ledge of Rocks Creek Property 8 Jan 1805 Granville Co., NC
Event: Gave land to son Leonard - Ledge of Rocks Creek Property 27 Jul 1810 Granville Co., NC
Probate: May 1828 Granville Co., NC
Event: Gave land to Knight Dalby - Ledge of Rocks Creek Property 8 Aug 1810 Granville Co., NC
Event: Purchased Land Property 16 May 1812 Oxford, Granville Co., NC
Event: Sold Land Property 16 Aug 1814 Granville Co., NC
Event: Sold Land - Knap of Reeds Creek Property 1 Aug 1810 Granville Co., NC
Census: 1820 Dutch District, Granville Co., NC
Event: Sold Land Property 18 May 1825 Oxford, Granville Co., NC
Event: Sold Land - Cedar Creek Property 21 Nov 1826 Granville Co., NC
Will: 30 Mar 1827 Granville Co., NC
Burial: Bullock Church, Creedmore, Granville Co., NC
Micajah Bullock is father of Nancy Bullock who married 1st cousin, Knightingale Dalby, son of Micajah's sister Christian Bullock.
B. Clift: Micajah Bullock named in Will of Edward Bullock, 10 Jan 1753, Hanover Co., VA. 13 Aug 1803, Power of Attorney to K. Dalby and E. Bullock to recover slaves. 8 Sep 1821, Granville Co., NC, sold slaves. 22 May 1826, Granville Co., NC, sold slaves.
Burial: N. L. Dalby - Micajah Bullock was buried near Creedmore in Granville Co., in the community where he and his family and the Dalby family lived during the time they were so closely associated. Mrs. Kathryn Royster, who now  lives in Bullock, but who was born and raised in Creedmore community, advised...that the Sons of the American Revolution have erected a marker to Micajah in the Bullock Methodist Church Graveyard, about three miles from Creedmore. B. Clift - One mile west of Bullock Methodist Church. Buried between his two wives.
NC In the Book North Carolina Bible & Church Records, 1700-1900 found on web site of Pauline Phelps show the following marriages and children: m1: 22 Jun 1769 to Frances Pryor d: 15 Dec 1782 , dau of Phillip Pryor and Anne Unknown; m2 10 Apr 1785 to Susannah Pryor, sister of Frances b: 2 May 1760; d:30 Apr 1839
Death: 10 MAR 1828 Granville Co., NC
Change: Date: 29 NOV 2004
Note: William Bullock - Named in will - no other information available at this time. There is a William who married a Mary Unknown who had two children:
i. Mary Ann Bullock "Polly" b: abt 1776 m: 6 Jun 1797 in Lincoln Co, KY to William H. Ping b: 1771 and had nine children
ii. Elizabeth Bullock b: abt 1789 d: aft 1832 in Pulaski Co, KY burial in Level Green, Rockcastle, KY. 1880 Census lists James Ping age 72 b: KY. Her marriage in 1804 indicates she was born before 1786. Marriage Bond lists Thos. Ping. Elizabeth and Thomas had four children James Ping b: 1805; Lewis Ping b: 1809; Mary "Polly" Ping b: abt 1811; and Lucy b: 1812 all in Pulaski Co, KY.
Change: Date: 29 NOV 2004
Death: Abt 1799 Granville Co., NC
Change: Date: 5 SEP 2004
Note: Marriage 1 Rebecca WINGFIELD b: 1740 in Hanover, VA
Thomas BULLOCK b: 7 SEP 1766 in Louisa, VA
Marriage 2 Ann WALLER
Waller BULLOCK b: 1774 in VA
Agnes BULLOCK b: 20 JAN 1776 in VA
Elizabeth BULLOCK b: ABT. 1785
Rebecca WINGFIELD (dau of Thomas) married James Bullock, son of Edward Bullock Jr and Ann Anderson, circa 1759. She died between 1770 and 1773 at Louisa/Hanover, VA ?
James BULLOCK was born on 23 February 1735 at New Kent, VA. He next married Ann Waller. He died on 29 June 1813 at Fayette, KY, at age 78. He was buried at Lexington, Fayette, KY.
The five known children of Rebecca Wingfield and James Bullock were as follows:
i. James3 BULLOCK Jr was born on 18 December 1760. He Died Young.
ii. Thomas BULLOCK was born in 1766. He died on 29 July 1841 at Woodford KY.
iii. Wingfield BULLOCK married Anna "Nancy" Unknown. He married next Mary Unknown. He died between 1820 and 1821.
iv. Mildred "Milly" BULLOCK married George Winn.
v. Barbara BULLOCK, born 1 September 1768 at Hanover, VA; married Capt Benjamin Wilson Jr.
1785 -James Bullock's Land Grant as posted by Anne <firstname.lastname@example.org>
-For Service in French and Indian War
"Patrick Henry, Esq., Governor of Virginia, To all to whom these presents may come, Greetings:
Know ye that by virtue and in consideration of a military warrant rendered under the King of Great Britain's Proclamation of 1763 and numbered 589 and issued the 6th day of March, 1780 unto James Bullock there is granted by the said commonwealth to the said James Bullock a certain tract or parcel of land containing 2,000 acres by survey bearing the date the twenty-second day of March, 1784 and lying and being in the Co., of Fayette, on the waters of Clear Creek and Kentucky and Bounded as follows, To wit, Beginning about three quarters of a mile below the mouth of Clear Creek and Kentucky at two sugar trees, one standing on the east and the other running west, marked with the letter G on one and C.G. on the other, running west, 460 poles to a scaly bark hickory and white oak standing on the bank of Kentucky, thence with the same north 45 degrees east 450 poles to two cedars, thence north 195 poles to a white oak and sugar tree, thence east 500 poles to a scaly bark hickory and buckeye, thence south 525 poles to three white oak saplings thence west 325 poles to the beginning, with its appurtenancess To have and to hold the said tract or parcel of land with its appurtenances, to the said James Bullock and his heirs forever.
In witness whereof the said Patrick Henry, Esquire, Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia, hath hereunto set his hand and caused the Seal of the said Commonwealth to be affixed at Richmond, on the 1st day of June in the year of our Lord, 1785 and of the Commonwealth the Ninth."
1813 -Will of James Bullock as posted by Anne <email@example.com>
"Will and Inventory of James Bullock - Fayette Co.,, Kentucky, 1813
In the name of God Amen, I, James Bullock of the Co., of Fayette and State of Kentucky, being of sound mind and memory, do this 18th day of May in the year of our Lord Eighteen Hundred and Thirteen make and publish this Last Will and Testament in manner following, to wit:
Imprimis, I devise and confirm unto my son, Thomas, two hundred and fifty acres of land lying in the Co., of Woodford and on which he now lives. I also give, bequeath, and confirm unto my son Thomas one negro man named Dick together with all the profits and emoluments arising from said property since it came to his possession.
Item, I devise and confirm unto my son Wingfield two hundred and fifty acres of land lying and situated in the Co., of Woodford and State of Kentucky, and I give, confirm, and bequeath unto my son Wingfield one negro named Charles, with all the profits and emoluments arising from said property since it came into his possession.
Item, I give and bequeath unto my son Waller one negro named Thomas together with the profits, emoluments and advantages arising from his labor and services since it came into his possession.
Item, I give and bequeath to my daughter Milly Winn one Negro woman named Hannah and her child Winnie with all their increase since they were reduced to possession together with one feather bed and furniture and one horse and saddle.
Item, I give and bequeath unto my daughter Barbara Wilson one negro woman named Phillis and child with all their increase from the time at which she acquired possession.
Item, I give and bequeath to my daughter Agness Bullock one negro woman named Rachel with her child and all her increase.
Item, I give and bequeath to my daughter Anne Redd one negro named Crete with her child and all her increase.
Ail the above property having been given to and in the possession of the above named legatees for a number of years, the preceding items are intended as a notice and as a confirmation of the absolute rights formerly intended to be vested.
Item, I give and bequeath unto my daughter Martha P. Bullock one negro man named Frank and also one feather bed and her horse and saddle.
Item, I lend unto my well beloved wife Ann Bullock the tract of land whereon I now live during her natural life, after the termination of which, I devise the same to my son Waller to him and his heirs forever.
Item, I lend to my well beloved wife Ann Bullock the remainder of my estate both real and personal during her natural life, when it is my will that it be disposed of in the Following manner, to wit: As much shall be sold as will produce a hundred pounds, forty of which is to be equally divided between my sons-in-law Robert Bullock and Samuel Redd in consequence of the deficiency arising from the distribution of my negroes among my children, the remaining sixty pounds should it be necessary to raise so much my son Waller is desired to appropriate in equal portions to the support of four aged negroes by name Thomas, Peter, Jane and Judy or to appropriate fifteen pounds for as many as shall remain alive when this part of my will and testament goes into effect.
Item, Excepting the above named negroes and the tract of land devised to my son Waller, it is my will that after the above demands are satisfied, the remainder of the real and personal estate loaned to my beloved wife during her natural life shall be equally divided between my daughters and granddaughter, Cathe. Redd.
Item, I make and constitute and appoint my friend, Samuel R. Overton and my son Waller Bullock the executors to this, my last will and testament revoking and annulling all others which may have been heretofore made, and it is my will and desire that my executors shall not be required to give security for the performance of their trust and that my estate shall not be appraised, but only inventoried in the usual form.
In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal on the day and year above written.
James Bullock, (Seal)
Benjamin P. Miller
Fayette Co.,, July Court, 1813
This last will and testament of James Bullock deceased was produced in Court and proved by the oaths John Todd and Stapleton Burch two of the subscribing witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded.
Inventory of the Estate of James Bullock, Fayette Co.,, Kentucky Fayette Co.,,
Negroes; Frank, Jack, Zilpha, Thomas, Peter, Judy, and Jane
5 head of Horses
25 head of Cattle
1 yoke of oxen
60 head of hogs
3 plows, 3 weeding hoes, 2 pair of ?chawning chains, 2(? ), 1 small cart and 10 old barrels, 6 beds and furniture, 3 tables, 1 desk, 1 cupboard, 2 chests, 3 earthen dishes, 2 dozen Dr. plates, 1 set delft tea ware, 1 dozen table spoons, 8 tea spoons, 6 pewter plates, 4 pewter dishes, 6 pewter basins, 2 delft pitchers, 6 bottles, 1 dozen knives, and forks,3 stone pots, 2 preserve pots, 2 iron candlesticks, 1 pr. snuffers,1 candle box, 2 pair flat irons, 6 pottepans, 1 spice mortar, 1 tea kettle, 1 brass kettle, 2 coffee pots. 5 coolers, 4 trays, 1 small trunk, 13 chairs, 3 big wheels, 2 little do., 1 loom and bars, 3 iron pots 1 oven, 1 reel and swift 1 pair of tongs and shovel, 1 frying pan, 6 water vessels, 1 pair of salt stands, 1 pepper box, 7 books, 1 pair old buckles, 3 table cloths, 9 towels, 4 ?, 1 pair fire dogs, 3 old paddles, and a shot gun.
Waller Bullock and Samuel Overton, the Executors
September 20, 1813
Fayette Co., Court December, 1813 This inventory of the estate of James Bullock deceased, was returned to Court, examined and approved, and ordered to be recorded.
Death: 29 JUN 1813 Lexington, Fayette Co, KY
Burial: Bullock-Hunt Family Graveyard (later moved)
Change: Date: 29 NOV 2004
Note: Surname may have been Dalby or Tulley
Change: Date: 9 OCT 2004
Note: Sarah Bullock b: abt 1729 is named in Edward Bullock's will as is her spouse Clifton Rice, and their son Edward, so we know that they were married before 1753 when the will was written. A Sarah White m Anderson White 1803 Spotsylvania Co, VA. I believe it is possible (especially with the naming patterns for this family) that this Sarah may have had have a second marriage to a man named White for whom David White Bullock was named. I have been unable to find proof of this at this time.
Change: Date: 29 NOV 2004
Note: Married Hezekiah Rice b 1739
Milly Rice m: John Charles Challis 25 Nov 1786 Caswell Co., NC
Annis Rice b: 4 Mar 1759 Caswell Co., NC. d: 14 Mar 1840 Estill Co., KY m: John Oldham 24 Feb 1783 Caswell Co., NC b: 10 Nov 1757 Prince William Co., (Northumberland Co., ) VA
Hezekiah Rice b: 5 Feb 1764 in Va. d: 16 Jan 1860 E. of Belton, Anderson Co., SC Burial: Rice Cemetery
m: Mary (Polly) Leftwich b: 8 Mar 1769 in Va.
One researcher lists the following:
Descendants of Hezekiah Rice
1 Hezekiah Rice b: Abt. 1739 d: Aft. 1790
. +Mary Bullock b: 1740
...... 2 John Rice b: November 10, 1757
...... 2 Ann Rice b: March 03, 1759 d: March 14, 1840
.......... +John Oldham
...... 2 Joel Rice b: 1762
...... 2 Hezekiah Rice b: February 05, 1764 d: January 16, 1860
.......... +Mary Leftwich b: March 08, 1769 d: September 25, 1857 m: April 05, 1787
...... 2 Elisha Rice
...... 2 Martha Rice
...... 2 William Rice
Another researcher lists the following:
Edmond Rice, born @1772 , son of Hezekiah and Mary Bullock and a brother of Milly, 1766, Annis 1759, Jeptha 1763, Hezekiah 1764, Ibzan 1765, Othneil 1767
Death: 1821 Caswell, NC
Change: Date: 17 SEP 2004
Note: Several Anderson families are living in the immediate area and closely associated with the family, but I am unable to prove this link at this time.
Death: 10 JAN 1753
Change: Date: 29 NOV 2004
Note: Edward Bullock's will, dated 10 Jan. 1753, St. Martin's Parish, Hanover Co, VA, names:
Daughter Sarah Rice and grandson Edward Rice
Son John Bullock
Son Edward Bullock
Son James Bullock
Daughter Mary Bullock
Son Micajah Bullock
Daughter Christine Bullock
Son William Bullock
Says that he has eight children.
Names son-in-law Clifton Rice and two oldest sons, John and Edward Bullock, as executors.
Proved 2 Dec 1756.
Death: Abt 1756 Hanover Co, VA
Change: Date: 6 SEP 2004
Note: Rhoda Greesham was first married to Joel Watkins, son of Thomas Watkins and Elizabeth Pride. Marriage: 15 JAN 1752, Amelia Co,VA In 1754 Joel was appointed Justice of the brand new Prince Edward County Court. In 1761 he was commisioned Captian in the county militia. Just before he died he disposed of large tracts of land and many slaves. His widow, Rhoda, subsequestly married Patterson Bullock in 1792 in Prince Edward County.
Change: Date: 5 SEP 2004
Change: Date: 25 SEP 2003
Note: John Bullock
Ann Bullock m: John Crews 23 Nov 1813 Campbell, VA
James Bullock b: Bedford Co., Virginia d: 4 Jan 1783 Campbell Co., Virginia m: Nancy Bailey m2:Hannah
Nancy Bullock d: 12 Jun 1797
James Bullock Jr. b: 23 Jun 1735 d: 27 Jun 1813 m: Anne Waller dau of John Waller & Agnes Carr
Josias Bullock b: Bedford Co., Virginia d: Jessimine Co., Kentucky m: Mary Henderson
Elizabeth Bullock m: Robert Clark Jr. 23 Oct 1781 Bedford, Bedford Co., Virginia
Susannah Clark b: 1790 Clark Co., Kentucky d: 1840.
Robert Clark III, b: 10 Jul 1793, Winchester, Clark Co., Kentucky d: 1853 m: Elizabeth Shackelford
26 Jan 1818 b: 14 Feb 1799 d: 1840
Patterson Clark b: 1805
Martha (Patty) Bullock m: 31 Mar 1783 Bedford Co., Virginia to Bennett Clark
Bennett Hillman Clark m: Susan Trigg
Robert Patterson Clark m: Malinda Trigg 17 Oct 1811 Estill, KY
John Bullock Clark b: 1802 d: October 1885 m: Eleanor Turner 19 Oct 1826 Howard, Missouri
Wiliam Bullock m: Hannah Clark d: 1784
David Bullock b: 10 Nov 1757 Albemarle Co., Virginia d: 8 Jun 1815 Winchester, Clark Co., Kentucky m: 4 Feb 1778 Goochland Co., Va. Susannah Moore b: 1 Feb 1756 Albemarle Co., Virginia d: 6 Jun 1819 Winchester, Clark Co., Kentucky dau of John Moore & Mary Bullock
Sarah Bullock m: Benjamin Ruffin
David Bullock m: Frances Killebrew
Robert Hood Bullock
Elizabeth Bullock m: _____ Jones
Mary Bullock m: _____ Hambry
Nancy Bullock b: 1767 m: Abt. 10 Jan 1786 Campbell Co., Virginia to William Patrick witness Josias and David Bullock
Susanna Bullock b: Est. 1769 m: 19 Jul 787 Campbell Co. Virginia to Edmund Johns witness Edmound Johns, Josias Bullock
MORE NOTES ABOUT PATTERSON'S CHILDREN & GRANDCHILDREN:
I. Patterson Bullock was born, prob. in Virginia, died at Winchester, Clark Co., Kentucky. He married first, believed to be, Anne Bingham, and secondly to the widow Rhoda Gresham Watkins.
A. David Bullock (son of Patterson)was born at Albemarle or Louisa Co., Virginia. He died at Winchester, Clark Co., Kentucky. He married Susannah Moore, daughter of John Moore and Mary Susannah Jouett.
1. James Patterson Bullock (son of David) Believed to have died as a result of ongoing pain and suffering due to having been shot in the upper thigh region during the War of 1812. Possibly from complications due to lead poisoning. He collected a pension for his wound. And his wife, Mildred, collected after his passing away (Widow's Pension). He was born on 23 June 1789 at Albemarle Co. (?), Virginia. He died on 2 February 1858 at Gallatin, Sumner Co., Tennessee, at age 68. He married Mildred Gaugh Didlake in Clark County, KY.
a) Robert Didlake Bullock (son of James Patterson Bullock) was born at Winchester, Clark Co., Kentucky. He Worked as a blacksmith for his brother-in-law, James Davis at Epperson Springs in Macon Co., Tennessee. Believed he was there during the Civil War when it was "Camp Jim Davis". In the 1860 Census, Caroline and Robert had a 12 year old William Bullock living with them. It is believed this is NOT their child. He died on 26 February 1883 at Franklin County, Illinois. He married Caroline Davis in Sumner County, TN daughter of John Davis.
(1) Alice Bullock (daughter of Robert) was born at Sumner/Macon Co., Tennessee.
(2) John Thomas Bullock (son of Robert) He was born on 19 August 1855 at Wilson County, Tennessee. He died on 21 September 1916 at Shawnee, Pottawatomie Co., Oklahoma, at age 61. He married first Nervesta Lambert, who died as a result of childbirth, secondly to the widow Belle Nailor.
(a) Robert Hosea Bullock (son of John Thomas Bullock) was born on 2 February 1878 at Near, Christopher, Franklin, Illinois. He was ill on 19 March 1937 of Pneumonia at Christopher, Franklin, IL. He died on 20 March 1937 at Christopher, Franklin, IL, at age 59.
(b) Commodore C. Bullock (son of John Thomas Bullock) was born in July 1879. He died in 1917 near Christopher and is buried at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Franklin Co.
(c) Vernie Bullock (son of John Thomas Bullock) was born in May 1882.
(d) William T. Bullock (son of John Thomas Bullock) died at age 9 months, 11 days. He was born on 29 June 1885 at Franklin County, Illinois. He died on 10 March 1886 at Franklin County, Illinois.
(e) Ernest Ezra Bullock (son of John Thomas Bullock) was born on 1 January 1887 at Franklin County, Illinois. He died on 2 December 1951 at Rogers, Benton Co., Arkansas, at age 64. He married Eva (Evalyne) Cowden in Earlsboro, Oklahoma.
i) Bernice Elizabeth Bullock (daughter of Ernest Ezra Bullock) was born on 19 February 1913 at Earlsboro, Oklahoma. She died on 27 May 1995 at Shawnee, Pottawatomie Co., Oklahoma, at age 82. She married Dewey Edward Loftis in Earlsboro, Oklahoma.
(a) Elizabeth Ann Loftis (daughter of Bernice Elizabeth Bullock Loftis)
(b) Dewey Edward Loftis, Jr. (son of Bernice Elizabeth Loftis) only recently died, of which the researcher needs to find out his date of death.
ii) Ernest Ezra Bullock, Jr was born on 25 November 1918. He died in October 1980 at age 61 in Memphis, Shelby County, TN and is buried there.
(a) Dee Ann Bullock only daughter of Ernest Ezra Bullock, and only child.
iii) June Maurice Bullock was Retired Teacher. She was born on 29 July 1930 at Shawnee, Pottawatomie Co., Oklahoma. She died on 4 September 1993 at Nashville, Davidson Co., Tennessee, at age 63. She was buried on 7 September 1993 at Greenwood Cemetery, Clarksville, TN. She married Forrest Edward Myers on the 15th of July, 1950 in Rogers, Benton County, Arkansas.
(a) Deborah Dawn Myers. This is the researcher, and daughter of June Maurice Bullock and Forrest Edward Myers. Her married name is McKay. She was born on 20 January 1955 at Providence Hospital, Kansas City, Shawnee County, Kansas. She and Timothy Alan Flood were divorced in 1980. The marriage of she and James Louis Uhl was annulled in 1985. She married Mark Stephen McKay (step-parent adoptive name), son of Walter Lincoln Howard, Jr. and Clare Elizabeth Linscott, on 19 December 1987 at Clare MacLeod's House, Brockton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA.
i) Krisstina June Flood, daughter of Deborah Dawn Myers and Timothy Alan Flood, was born on 12 March 1977 at Tampa General Hospital, Tampa, Hillsborough Co., Florida, USA.
ii) Jacob Edward Uhl, son of Deborah Dawn Myers and James Louis Uhl, was born on 14 February 1983 at Tripler Army Medical Center, Honolulu, Honolulu County, Hawaii, USA.
(b) Brenda Louise Myers, daughter of June Maurice Bullock, was born on 28 July 1959 at Ft. Sill, Comanche County, Oklahoma. She married James Edward Lindgren.
i) John Myers Lindgren, son of Brenda Myers, was born on 10 August 1988 at Indianapolis, Brown Co., Indiana.
ii) Hannah Myers Lindgren, daughter of Brenda Myers, was born on 28 March 1991 at Indianapolis, Brown Co., Indiana.
(f) John B. Bullock, son of John Thomas Bullock, was born in February 1889. He died in July 1967 at Shawnee, Pottawatomie, Oklahoma, at age 78.
(g) Vesty R. Bullock, last child of John Thomas Bullock and Nervesta Lambert, was born in August 1892.
(h) Eddy C. Bullock, son of John Thomas Bullock and Belle Nailor.
(i) Beulah Bullock, daughter of John Thomas Bullock and Belle Nailor.
(j) Valley C. Bullock, child of John Thomas Bullock and Belle Nailor.
(k) Benjamin O. Bullock, son of John Thomas Bullock and Belle Nailor, was born in April 1900.
b) Eliza Bullock, daughter of Robert Didlake Bullock, was born at Kentucky.
c) Jianetta (Guanetta?) Bullock, daughter of Robert Didlake Bullock, was born at Kentucky.
d) John Bullock, son of Robert Didlake Bullock, was born at Kentucky.
e) Edward Bullock, son of Robert Didlake Bullock, was born at Kentucky.
f) Houston (Huston) Bullock, son of Robert Didlake Bullock, was born at Kentucky.
B. James Bullock, son of Patterson Bullock, was born at Bedford County, Virginia. He died on 4 January 1783 at Campbell County, Virginia.
C. Josias Bullock, son of Patterson Bullock, was born at Bedford County, Virginia. He died at Jessimine County, Kentucky.
D. Elizabeth Bullock, daughter of Patterson Bullock and wife of Robert Clark, Jr. were married on 23 October 1781 at Bedford County, Virginia.
E. Martha Bullock, daughter of Patterson Bullock and wife of Bennett Clark were married on 31 March 1783 at Campbell County, Virginia.
F. William Bullock, son of Patterson Bullock.
Death: 1804 Winchester, Clark Co, KY
Change: Date: 16 OCT 2004
Note: Married Mary Susanna Jouett then Mary Bullock)
Birth: 28 Sep 1706 in Hanover Co., Vir.
· Death: 1785 in , Albemarle Co., Vir.
· Burial: 1785 , , Albemarle Co., Vir.
Abstract from the "Newsletter of the Descendants of John Moore of Albemarle Co, Virginia (died 1777)," April 1991:
It would appear that John Moore [Albemarle Co VA, d 1777] had only two wives and that Mary (Bullock) Moore was the mother of all his children except Matthew, the eldest. Mary (Bullock) Moore is known to have been the sister of Patterson Bullock of Louisa County.
The first wife is believed by many of descendants to have been the daughter of Matthew Jouett, of whose will John Moore was executor. This thesis borrows support from the fact that John Moore's oldest son was named Matthew. The evidence indicates, however, that Matthew Jouett married John Moore's sister Susannah. But it is significant that the name Jouett occurs nowhere among any descendants of John Moore's son Matthew.
Captain John Jouett, born 7 December 1754, was the most famous of John Jouett, Sr., and Mourning Harris Jouett's nine children. Captain Jack was a big man. He was six feet four inches tall and weighed 220 pounds.
In 1781, when Cornwallis advanced towards Richmond, the Virginia Assembly adjourned to meet in Charlottesville. Colonel Banastre Tarleton with about 250 mounted troops headed towards Charlottesville in hopes of capturing members of the Virginia Assembly. On the evening of June 3, 1781, Captain Jack Jouett, who was at Cuckoo Tavern in Louisa County, about a mile west of John Jouett's plantation, found out that Tarleton and the British troops were approaching. Taking a short cut through the woods, Captain Jack rode over back roads and paths and thickets to Charlottesville, about forty miles away, and gave the alarm before Tarleton arrived there. The limbs and brambles Captain Jack rode through in the dark whipped and slashed him so that his face was scarred for the rest of his life. At daybreak, Jack Jouett arrived at Monticello and warned Governor Thomas Jefferson of the imminent danger.
Martha Jefferson and the two small Jefferson daughters left hurriedly for the nearby Carter estate, Blenheim. Jack Jouett then rode on into Charlottesville and warned the Virginia Assembly that the British were coming. In addition to saving the Jeffersons from being captured, Jouett's ride also enabled Patrick Henry and three of the signers of the Declaration of Independence to leave Charlottesville and avoid capture by Tarleton. The three men who signed the Declaration of Independence were Thomas Nelson, Jr., Richard Henry Lee, and Benjamin Harrison.
Change: Date: 16 OCT 2004
Death: 29 JUL 1777 Louisa County, Virginia
Change: Date: 25 SEP 2003
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