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P^^UC LJBKaRY 




COMMODORE JAMES H. BULL 
U. S. Xavy (Retired) 



VI-5-l-b 



RECORD 



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DESCENDANTS 

of 

JOHN and ELIZABETH BULL 

EARLY SETTLERS IN PENNSYLVANIA 



Collected and Arranged by 

I 

COMMODORE JAMES H. BULL 

U. S. Navy, Retired 




Published by 
THE SHANNON-CONMY COMPANY 

San Francisco, California 
January 1919 






TlilE NSW YeSC 
PUBLIC LIBRARf 

44621A 

A9TOR. L«NOX AND 

;.rL**N F • y ^J BATI»K8. 

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PREFACR 



'I'llc ,|CC(illl|i;ill\ illM' |i;il;C.s fnl'lll ,1 l('cnr,| of ;| fjimilv wIlOHP 

lic-ids srillcd ill ;i new locnlilN. f.-ii- tVoiii the IjiihI of tlwir hirtli. 
Jiiul ;irt('i' ;i life of ;ii'li\ity, died ;il llicir <'li(>scii lioiiif. In-inir 
buried in llic \ :\n\ ol' ;i cliiircli csl.ililislicd liy llicir iiri<_'-hli(»rs iitid 
t]i('tus('l\-cs. 'riicii' L;r;i\('s were iiiiloinwn ;inil iiiiiiotcd foe ;i cm- 
liiry, and it lias only hccn lliroiiuli scacrli nl' Dflicial records that 
llic identity (d' .loliii and Klizahelli iJiill. and iliat of their imme- 
diate descendants, lia\'e lieen alisolntely (h'teniiiiird. 

Some luaiudies ol' the faiiiily liaxc had tlieii- lines pai'tiall.v 
worked out and |)n1 into print, and wherexcr these lists have b«MMi 
availahh', they have been used to strengthen the foundations of 
this reeoi'd ; and many niembers of the family, far and \\ide, have 
shown ui'eat interest in its pi-oiiress, su])pl\iiii; missini;- links, data, 
and pliotograj)hs : for all of which due credit was and is thaid<fully 
jiiven. It is to be reiiretted that several who expressed such inter- 
est liav(^ not lived to see the work" aeeoinplishe<l : but it is submitted 
that these jiaiics may be of \aliie in the years to come, that the 
memories of those \\ho ha\e <j:om' will l;e bettei' kept in miuil and 
not forgotten. 

.I.V.AM'.S II. I'dld.. 

San Francisco. California, 
January First, Nineteen llundrt'd and Nineteen. 



THE BULL FAMILY 



FJrst Generation 

T. .loliii Hull. lioMi ill lliTI, iii.iii'ii'd I'Ji/.jilii't li 

She \\;is lioni in lIlTll ;iiiil dicil Nnvciiilicr 7, IT^Iti. He 
(liiil ill XoNi'iiilicr. 17-")ii. l!(>1li ;iii' liiiiinl in lli.- f|iiii-cli. 
yjird ol' SI. .l.iiiH's l"'|)isc()|);il ('liiin'li ;il IC\;iiisliiir'u'. Morjt- 
Ljoiiu'ry ('oiiiilN. I 'riiiis\l\;iiii;i. 

'i'hc iiImcis (if liirtli ul' .liiliii iiiiil j'iliziilii'lh I'.iill liiivi- not hpcn (Icier- 
iliiiii'd Mini notliiii^' i.s kiiinvti of llii'iii jiiior In llir iliili- of .hiiiiiary \'J, 1717, 
wlicii Mil .'m'l'i'iMiii'iil wiis ni.'HJi- l)v liiin for the tniiisfi-r of liinil in I,owit 
I'rovidciicc 'rowiislii)), l'liilii(lcl|iliiii (now Moiil iroiiicry ) County, I'l-nnftylviinlit. 
'riiis hind wMs on Sliippiick Crcrk, ii lnvncli of I'crkionii'M ( 'ri-rk, and a pan 
111' llic (iiii;iiiiil WMniiiil 111' l'',d\v:ird l.ancs (sec Miniili- Hook It). Tlir" farm 
III' .liihn liiill iul.iiiinrd ijial of Ilrnry Pawlini;, who niovi-il from Kiiii;Hlon, 
.\'r\\ ^'lll■^. ill ITLlll, occiiii.\ iiij;- hiiid (ihlaincd in Ihr oriL'ituil \v:irrant from 
\\'illi.iiii rniii. '1 lie will (if .lolm Itull i.s recorded in Will I'.nok K, paK'" 
111, Xii. (i;i(l. ai the City Hall of I'hihidclnhia. Pennsylvania, and namcM hi.s 
wife and eliildien. It wms signed Oetoher .'lO, IT.'SU, and was proved Xo- 
vemlier L'4, IT.'iii. « 

The giMvesfonc of .Inliii Hull is marked as fidlowis : "Here- lyelh the 

Body of .lohii ]5iill who died Xoveiiilier IT.'Ki. .Vi;erl 111: y(>ars." .\iul that 

of Klizabeth ISiill h:is the inseript ion : "lleri' lyelh the body of Kli/.alieth 

Bull who d.\ed .Xov. .\e Tlh 17."!i;. Aued l!(l years." 

Second Generation 

!l-l (MiiMrcii of .folin . •111(1 Kli/nhdli (- ) Hull. I. 

;i 'riioiiiMs, born in 1705, inarriod Eli;:<iltrt li Addjims. 
d;iuj4'h1or of Kicliard ciiul Alite (OiJtleiigraetl'j Adilanis,* 
born betwtM'i! 1704-1714 11 1- 1 

He lived in \\ Hiersler Township, row part of Philadelphia as (U'seril)i>tl 
in his will dated Marih II. 17-l."i, and recorded in Will Hook G. pago lIMi, 
Xo. SliS, at the City Hall. Philadelphia. Pennsylvania. lie is on record of 
St. .lames (^hiirch. EvanslmrK, Pennsylvania, as a veslr.\inan in 17.'>S. lie 
died March 21, 1747, and is liuried in the churchyard of .St. .lames Kpisropal 
(lunch. Perkiomen. now Evansliurg, ^lontgomery County. Pennsylvania. 

Elizalielh fAddaius) Hull married April 1 "<, IT.'il. Thiunas Rossittr at 
Christ Chuicii. Philadelphia, Pennyslvania. In I he records of her son. 
General .John Hull, it is stated. ''She was livini; with a son ami daughter 
■."!iOin Colonel Bull went down to visit sometimes, and from which place 
David (son of ]5en,ianiin) Rittenhoiise brought the news on his return to 
NorthumberUind.' ' She died in her '.17th year in April, probably about ISn.'i. 
In a letter from Mrs. Kebeeoa (Bull) Boyd to her sister, Mrs. Maria Louisa 
(Bnll) Nourse (the date is not noted but probably was between ISn:', and 
ISIO. and tbe place at which it was written was undoubtedly Xorthuniberland. 
Pennsylvania, as General John Bnll was then living at the home of his daugh- 
ter, Airs. Boyd), it is stated: "By David's retiirn we learned that our 
respected grandmother left this world in April: her illness was very short and 
she was (uiite sensible nntil the last few minutes. The day before she died 
she mentioned to her son and daughter that she had distinctly heard three 
little taps on the head of her bed, and on that hour the next day she would 

*Herman Opdengraeff, born Xovember 2l>, l.'iS."). at Aldskirk, died Deceu'.ber 27. 1»5-I2, 
lived at Crefield. delegate at Dortrecht, married Gretze (or Gret/.en) Petzers: she died .I.-in- 
uary 7, IM'A. Their son was Isaac Opdengraefl', born February 2S, Hilt>, died .lanuary 17. li>7!». 
(There were sixteeti other childieii.) His grandson was Abraham (IpdengraetT. born lll^. 
died 171(1-17.".1, and who married 'J'ritze C'alherina. ('I'here were also Dick. Herman, and 
Maigarelha. ) Their dangluer was Alite Ol)dengraeff. who married Hichard .\ddams. There 
were also Isaac, -Jacob, and Margufet. 

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THE BULL FAMILY 



depart, as her father had heard the same, and she believed it a token for her 
to be prepared. At the hour mentioned she expired. She was in her ninety- 
seventh year. Papa seems to mourn her death very much. He had been 
talking of paying her a visit this summer. He often mentioned how highly 
gratified she was in seeing him the last time he was down." As no mention 
is made of Thomas Eossiter, it is probable that he had been deceased some 
years. He is recorded as having bought in 1761 in Xew Providence Town- 
ship 172 acres of land from the Pennsylvania Land Companv. The 1790 
census mentions a Thomas Eossiter, Jr., of Charlestown Township, Cbester 
Countv, Pennsvlvania. 




GRAVES OF JOHN AND ELIZABETH BULL 

I 

(Page 7) 



b Elizabeth, 

No record of her has been found, except in the mention made in the 
wills of her father and of her brother William. In the latter she is named 
as Elizabeth Betson, and it is supposed that she married James Betson. In 
the codicil of William's will provision is made for her support, but it is not 
known how long such had to be supplied. Her husband may have been the 
James Betson who with Richard Bull witnessed the will of Richard Addams 
in 1747 or '48, or he may have been the Thomas Betson, Jr., whose father 
died in 17.16 or '37. As only one man named Betson appears in the Penn- 
sylvania census for 170O, it is probable that Elizabeth had no children. 



'I'lih; i:ri,L i'amilv 

(• l» icli;M'( I, Imni ill 1711. iii;iiTir(| I'll i/.;il)i-| h I ';i\vliiij;. 
(I;iii<_;lil IT (if Mniry .-iihI -l.-icomy n I ic iKiiiisti I '.-i wlinj; ;* 
Ixii'ii ill Kiiiustoii. Niw ^■()^k, ;iiii| l);i|)t i/.cd IIktc Miici-li 
L'L*, 171!': coiiiiii'.'- willi lin- I'iiIIht ;iii<| liis r.'iiiiily in ITl'H 
lo I *ci-ki(iiiii'ii, iinw ill Mniil'joiiici y ('oiiiity. I'ciiiisylv;iiiiii. 
I\ich;ir(l r>iill ilird in ( 'inn ln'i'Li ik I . now Trrrv' ('niiiity. 
I'('iiiisyl\;iiii;i. Ajnil 11, 17'.i't, .ind is liiii'ird in tin- 
('(■iiiclcry known ;is "l!iiirs Mill ( i r;i\cy;ifd, " in-.n- hou- 
iii'lly's Mill, in li.-iccoon \';illc\'. 'I'Ih' ^imxcsIoiic i.s innrkril 
■'III .Mciiioi-y oi' l»icli;ird I'-nll who i Irpji rtcd lliis lilV .\|>ri! 
lllli 17l'll .\'_;('<| Sf) yc;ii-s"". .\i>\l lo liis '_M-;i\i' is ;i stoin- 
on wliirli Ihc iiisiTi|it ion is worn ;iw;i\'. .'iiid is sii|i|)osf(| to 
lie tli;i1 for Ids wilV. liis ur;i\(' is siiiToiindiMl \>y tliosf (»f 
sevcrjil of his children ;iiid L;r;i iidi'liihlrrn. init no loi|i_''i- 
;iro ;iiiy of his ii;iinc lixiiii;' in tin- iiriMhliorhood I II "J 

ICiclinrd Hull tiisl sell led im llic pioiiiTl .v li'It In hiiii b.V liin fntlii-r ■- 
will in Ticdyft'iii 'riiwnslilp, ('licsli'i < omii.v. i'cniisvlv.'miii. He is n-rnnlcil 
MS vcsti-yiiiMii of St. .liuix's {'Inircli, Vi'il<i(iii cii. in 17^11. Tn lTt!(» lie imil 
his wife Klizjihoth sold lliis fiiiiii (sec Deed liouk II H, piiKi' l^\ Chi-stiT 
Oovinty Kccords, at West (licstcr, I'cmisylv.-iiiiM ), mid IkmicIu a farm of i;.'il 
aciX'S for (;."►!) pounds in Whit(dand Township, ("hi'stcr County (sci- Dt-i'd 
Hook T, page ."!):!, Chester County Kccords, at West Chester, I'ennsylviiniu). 
This farm they lived on until 177ri. when they sold it in two parts, one to 
Kzekial Leonard, and the other to their son, John IJull (Deed ISook T, Vol. 
1!<, pafie ."llMi, and Deed T5ook II, \'ol. 2, pa;;e ll!(!, Chester County Records. 
at West Chester, Pennsylvania). During their residence in Whiteland TowM- 
shi]), he is ni.nied on the church records of St. Peter's K])isco])al Church in 
Chester Valley as vestryman, from 17(1.". to 1771. The last mention is 
made of his Iiaving subscribed 7(1 jjounds in 177-''> for building of pews in tho 

*Henry Pawlinf? of Padsbury, England (authority: Mrs. Katherine Wallace Kitfs of 
Darby, Pennsylvania, who claims to have obtained it from the land jrrants in Philadelphia 
(ounty) was a soldier in the Duke of York's Expedition in 1(i(i4, which was under the corn- 
niaiul of Colonel IJichard Nichols. (See Pennsylvania Archives, Series l'. Vol. V, pa!;e A'M.) 
Fort Anil and tlu^ Dutch settlements of the Manhattans were surrendered by Governor Stuy- 
vesant on the 27th of August, KltU (see Histories of New York by William Smith, page '.ii; 
Hrodhead's, page 7;il> of Vol. I; and by Mary L. Hooth. pa^e !•!<>). In Hrodhead's History are 
lo be found items concerning the services of Henry Pawling other than that of a soldier, as 
follows: appointed November 0, KUi.S, to lay out lots in the town of Ksopus to induce soUliers 
to remain. On page I.'iCi of Vol. II is to be found a description of the orguni>.atii>n of the 
villages of Marbleton. Hurley, and Wiltyck, and of the change of Ksopus to Kingston, by a 
comniission of which he was a member; also of his being on a commission which granted land 
to discliarged soldiers, March 17-.">(l, l(i7S. He was discharged on the disbanding of the gar- 
rison April l.">, 1()7S, by Colonel Francis Lovelace, who had su<-ceeded to the <'ominand at 
New York three years before, and was commission(>d '■Cai>tain of the foot company listed and 
to he listed in towns of Marbleton and Hurley and Wiltyck at Ksopus" (see Vol. XXII. page 
mo, of New York Colonial Manuscripts, at the New York State Library). He is also men- 
tioned as in command of foot company in report of New York State Historian (ISiK'i), Colonial 
Series, Vol. I, page S7r). He settled at Jlarbleton, now in I'Ister County, New York, takins 
np land there; all records later are to be found there. In l(i7() he joined in a petition for a 
minister at Ksopus to ))reacli both ''Inglish and Duche." He was api»>inte(l High SheritT of 
lister County in 1(!S4, becoming a member of the (Tovernor's Council and Collector of Taxes 
for the county. A patent of land is recorded to him in L'lster (ounty, October L'li, Hi"*!. He 
also made a purchase of 7(100 acres in Ihichess County, New York, known as the Pawling 
purchase. He had a grant of land in Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania (see Pennsylvania 
Archives, Vol. XIX, pages 20.". and .'.10). He married November ",. ItutJ, in Ulster bounty. 
New York, N'oeltje Roosa, daughter of Heymans and Wintie (.\rens) Roosa. The record »f 
the family is to be found in the old Dutch Church, Kingston, New York (see records pub 
lished and translated by Chaplain R. R. Hoes, U. S. N.). Of the eight children, Henry was 
tile seventh. 

Henry Pawling, baptized KIIIO; married .lune 20, 171.''i, .Tacomyntie Kunst. He was a fool 
soldier with Captain William Nottingham in 171."). He moved with his family to Pennsyl- 
vania and settled on liis father's grant, bought frmn William Penn in ItiSl, and adjoining the 
land of his brother .I(din. This land w'as at the junction of Perkiomen Creek witli the Schuyl- 
kill River. He was iirominently connected with St. .I;inies ( liurch and is buried in the church- 
yard, having died August 'AO, 17.'!!). He left no will; his widow and his son Henry were 
appointed administrators; inventory on file in Philadelphia. His third child was EIi'''"^b, 
who was baptized March 22, 171!). at Kingston. New York. 



10 THE BULL FAMILY 

gallery of the church. Soon after this he joined his sons, Henry and William, 
in Raccoon Valley, C>umberland County, where he bought a tract of land 
(see Deed Book C C. page 353, Cumtoerland County Records, Carlisle, Penn- 
sylvania), and built a log house on the property. This was standing until 
1903, when it was pulled down. Richard Bull's will is on record in Will 
Book-69- 7-141, at the Court House, Carlisle, Pennsylvania. No record of 
Elizabeth Bull is found after her signature to the deed in 1775, except in the 
family legends of Perry County. 

''Bull's Hill graveyard has been a burying place for more than 100 
years," quoting from the History of Juniata and Susqiiehanna Valleys. 
''The first grave in the yard was that of a man who, in crossing the Tuscarora 
Mountain north of the graveyard on the Indian path, was frozen to death. 
Some of the graves were covered with stones, which was done to keep the 
wolves from digging up the corpses. The oldest tombstone bears the date of 
1783, erected to Mathew London. ' ' 

cl Dorothy, born in 1716. died unmarried August 19, 
1745. 

She is buried in the churchyard of St. -James Episcopal Church, at Evans- 
burg, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. 

e William (no record of birth), married June 17, 1747, 
Martha Thompson, only daughter of Archibald and Re- 
becca Thompson. He died in 1787. The date of her death 
is unknown. The family records were destroyed by fire 
about the end of the eighteenth century. The last known 
mention of her is October 24, 1759, in a letter of that date 
from Captain John Bull to his wife... III-3 

William Bull bought land first in Philadelphia, now Montgomery County, 
as recorded in Deed Book H.7, page 121, April 13, 175fi, Hall of Records, 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; and again in 1775, as recorded at Norristown, 
Pennsylvania, in Deed Book 2, page 29. His will is on record at Norris- 
town in Will Book 1. page 127, dated February 10, 1783. and proved Novem- 
ber 9, 1787. Archbald Thompson was born in 1678 and died in 1746. Rebecca 
Thompson was born in 1685 and died in 1748. 

f John Joseph, born May 27, 1721, in Perkiomen. now 
^lontgomery County, Pennsylvania ; died at New Salem, 
Ohio, September 4, 1788. 

In 1742 he went to Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, and Joined the Moravians, 
becoming a missionary to the Indians in Pennsylvania and Ohio. In 1746 he 
is said to have married a converted Indian squaw, and to have had two chil- 
dren, one of whom, a son. was murdered by the white settlers on the Mus- 
kingum River in Ohio. The history of the events preceding and following the 
establishment of the Moravian settlement at Salem, amongst the Tuscarawas 
Indians, is full of interesting incidents, now known only to those who have 
made the subject a study. Richard Bull of North Carolina is said to have had 
letters from his brother in Ohio, who held a territorial appointment, but these 
letters were destroyed in Tennessee during the Civil War. 

Third Generation 

III-l Children of Thomas and Elizabeth (Addams) Bull. 

Il-l-a 

a John, born June 1. 1731, married August 13, 1752, 
Mary Phillips, whose parents, after emigrating from 
Wales, settled in Chester County, Pennsylvania. She was 
born in 1730, and died at her home in Northumberland, 
Pennsylvania, February 23, 1811. He died August 9, 
1824, at Northumberland, where both are buried IV-1 



'Ill-: 



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.liiliii liiill wiis Icl'l |)i(>|)(ity l)y liiH riitlirr'N will iind livi-<l in l.iiiifrirk 
I'liu iislii|i, now ill Mi)nlK<>nii'ry ('iiiiiity, I'cniiNylviiiiiti. Ili- lnniKlit a Inrgf 
Iriicl of ImihI of .M."> iic'i'i'K, iiii'liKliiiu mill, fnriii liiiililiiiKN iiiul tin* iiilniiil of 
HihIiihIocs ill liir Siluiylkill Uivrr, piiyiii); for nil ICiUO |ioiiiii|m. On iIun triirt 
llir iHiMiii c li\ of N'liriislowii is siliiiiloil. I>iiriiii; ilii' iii'cn|iiition of Ihii ni-r 
lion li\ (lir :iiiii\ of (iciii'i'iil Howe in llic Wiir of llic Kcvoliil ion, tin- farm 
liousi' wiis ociupii'd liy (iiiionil llowr Ji.s IiIm Iiiii(I((|iiiiIitm, iinil on lln- ilfparl- 
lire of tile Uritisli, llir l>iiililin;;s wcri' liiirnnl. In ITTT llic |il'o|ii'rty wiih Hold 
lo licv. W. Siiiilli of riiiliiili'Ipliiii for CuiKi poiinilH. Thr iJitiIm of piinliaiii' 
1111(1 Niilc of lliis proprrly iiii' lo ho foiinil in liii' City Hull, riiilailclphia. 
■loliii Hull lioii^rlil mill sold oilier piiris of property in I'liiliiilrlphia roiinty, 
lull (lid not live on iiny of llii'iii. On his orit;iniil fnriii the City of Norrin- 

town was laid out in ITHI mid liiiilt upon, the place liceoniini; ll iiiitity Ni-nt 

of M iMitiroiiiery County forined liy the Sliilc I.eKiHiatiirc on part of I'liilndi-I- 
plii.i ( (iiiiity. He received as indeiiiiiity for the Io.hm of property diirlni; 
Hritish occupal imi. llie siini of 'JHSII pniiiids, the .minie lieini; iippropriiited liy 
act of Coiit;ress. In ITn.') (leiieial .loliii Hull moved with his fiiniily to N'orlh- 
iinilierland, reiiiisy Ivaiiia, where' lie li.iil pnrchaseil property, iind rcxidi-d there 
thirlxnine years until his death. 

On .Iniie II. I T.'tl. he was a captain in the Coloiiiiil l''iirce.H in coinniiind of 
Fori .\lleii. ne.ir Weesport, Carlion County, I'eiinsylvania ( coininis.Hion from 
(^iieen .\iine): .iiiil in llie same year accompanied the Korlie.H K.xpedition lo 
Korl OuiineMie. perforniiiif; iiuportiint service in neKotiation.H with th<' 
Indians. .\ coiniiiission dated Ajiril L".». IT.V.t, as caplaiii of His Mnjenty'ii 
'I'liird llallalion, Pennsylvania lvei;iment, is in the possession of oiip of hJR 
dcscendanls. In ITliO ho is I'ecorded as a vestryman at Hi. .lames Kpisciipnl 
(^luircli, I'erkioinen, near Kvansluir;;. In 1771 he was a .liistice of the I'eace 
in the Township of Limerick. .inly Ij.'l, 177.""i, he liecamc a memher of III- 
Coininittee of Safety. Xovenilier iTi, 177.'>, he was (dee|e(l ( olonid of the First 
Pennsylvania Battalion, Conlinental Army. On .laiiuiiry I'D, 17711. he resigned 
this commission on tindinir that his officers were not loyal to him (see 
Ppnnsylvania .\i(hives ) . .lamiary '2. 1777, he was one of the commissioners 
that negotiated a treaty with the Indians at F.aston, Pennsylvania. Me was 
stipei'iiitendent of the I'ulilic Works at HillinKf^poi't until May -. 1777. when 
he was cunnnissioned Colonel of the Pennsylvania .State Heciment of Fool. 
Ill May, 1777, he was relieved of this command, and on .lune 17. 1777, was 
made Ad,iutiint General of the State of Pennsylvania. Me held this until the 
caiiture of General Irvine by the British, when he was ordered to command 
the Second Brigade of Division under command of General Armstroiis. In 
177S he was engaged in erecting batteries at Billingsport and in putting 
chevasses in the river Delaware. His activities continued until the end of 
the war. He wa.s Master of IMasonie Lodge that was attended by General 
^Vashington when at A'alley Foi'ge. It is recorded at Masonic Temple, Philn- 
deliihia, that lie was INIaster of Lodge S. In 1S(1.") he was member of State 
Legislature from Northumberland. In l.'^OS he was a candidate f^u- .•l.etii.n 
to Congress, but was defeated by Colonel George Smith.* 




1) Ami. I'.orii .\iiiiiis1 ■_*.'). 17''4, in I'frkionirii Town- 
sliip (how of .Moiittioiiu'ry County U I'tMinsylvjiniii. mar- 
ried Henry Xewlierry. son of .lolin .-inil I^■llekll;l i-laeohs) 
Newberry: horn in Skippaek Tow iislii|) (now in .Moiil- 
gonierv County), l^eniisylvania, in 1T'_*4 ami died in same 
May 4. 1781). Slie died in Skippaek Township July :U, 1812.. .IV-2 

In the history of Montgomery in the early days of the colony, the New- 
berry name is prominent. .Tohn N'ewberry, born in lli77, probably came fron 
the ]\Lissaehuselts colony, althcnigh there is no record to absolntidy jirove it. 
He settled in .Skijipack Township and irarried at (Mirist Church, Philadelphia. 
•July 2.". 17(>'.>, Rebekha .lacobs. only daughter of .John .lacobs of Skippack 
Township. She was liorn in lliS."> and died March oO, 17ti2. She is buried 



*See appendix for liistorv Ijv ^[l■s. Anita Xewcomb MeGee. s. g. graiuUlaushter of General 
Bull. 



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THE BULL FAMILY 



beside lier husband, who died in Skippack Township, August 30, 1759, at 
St. James' Churchyard, Perkiomen, now Evansburg, Montgomery County, 
Pennsylvania. John Jacobs some years after the marriage of his daughter, 
left the Episcopal Church and became a Friend, and was a member of the 
Providence Meeting. He had one son, John, Jr., who was the great grand- 
father of Ann Jacobs, who married Kev. Levi Bull, IV-4-e. Henry and Ann 
Newberry are both buried in the chiirchyard of St. James Church. In 1790 
it is recorded that Ann Newberry and Henry (probably her son) occupied 
pew No. 11 at St. James. 




ST. JAMES CHURCH 

II 

(Page 7) 



c Margaret, no record. 

d Catherine, born June, 1738, died January, 1758. 
Buried in churchyard of St. James Episcopal Church, 
Evansburg, ^Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. 

e AVilliam, date of birth unknown, married ^Margaret 
Hunter, daughter of John and Ann (Parry) Hunter. Jr., 
of Whiteland Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania. No 
issue. 

Only record is given in administration book. Vol. 2, page 368, West- 
chester, Chester County, Pennsylvania. Margaret Bull's will. May 24, 1789, 
granting all property to husband, William Bull. They lived in East White- 
land Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania. 

f Thomas, born in 1746, married April 2-t, 1771, at 
Christ Church, Philadelphia, Sarah Gronow (or Grono), 



rWK I '.11, 1, I'WllhY 13 

who Wiis Ihc (l;i iiL'lilcr of ('ulijiitl .loliii ;iiiil I '.at lislii-ha 
( i\I()l'^"<lli ) <ir<iiin\\. lii.i irird ill ('lirist ('liiii-cli, i'liil;i<lrl- 
|ilii;i. \'(>\('iiilici' 17, 17 11, and i;ra m lilail^'liti'i- of I.i-wiH 
(Jroiiow. who ciiiiLii'ali'd I'luin ( i laiiiofLra ii.sliiri' in Wales 
and sclllcd ill ( 'hcstrf ('oiiiily, rriiiisyK aiiia. Sin- was 
honi ill 17">1 and dird .Mandi 117, 1>'L!7, Shi- is l)iii-i>d in 
Ihc chiindiyai-d ol' Si. rdcr's i;|ii.sro|)a 1 ('liiirrli. Mast 
Whilcland 'rowiislii|), ('lirslcf ('oiinl.v. Pennsylvania I \' ; 

'riiiiiiias r.iill M rvi il in llir lllli I'liiiisy Ivaniii I{4'i;iiiii'iit, Culuiirl .InHiuli 
HiiriMci-, ill Ihc Ivcvoluliiiruny War. ( '(iiimiisHiniiiMl IhI l.iiMiliMuiiii, Kcliriinry 
1."i, ITTT ( Pi'iuisylvniiiii .\rcliivi'.s, \'iil. Ill, Fifth Srrir.M, piiKi- Iti.'i tn piiift- 
11)1), ri'iiin ( 'iiiMbc'i'liiiiil Cciuiit.v; Ciiplain- LiciitiMiiiiit, AiikiinI I, ITTT, arwl ('ap- 
l.iiri, Ndvi'iiilirf, 1777. Til Niivi'iiilii'r, 177S, was ilclaclii'il for ri'<Tiiitini{ h<tv 
ire. Ill iriiini i>\' SiNtli It ciiiiii nit , 17^1, is atjaiii nami'il afliT which nil rprord 

(iT llilll slll|l^^, 

Tri-l? Childivii of L'ichai'd and K\\/.:\\u-\\\ I'awliii- I'.iill. || 1-,.. 

a Thoiiias, hoi'ii .May 28, 1744, married (1) b'ehriiary 
2S, 1771, Ann Iliiiiler, boni 1741!, dan«;liter of .lohn and 
Ann i^ Parry) llimler.* She died Au.uiisl ;')], lsl7 I \'-4 

:\rarriod (2) in 181!), .Mrs, Lydia ("i-o\vell of Cape :N[ay. 
New Jersey, Slie died tiiei-e in 1842, lier wid liein'/ i-e<ris- 
tered Ihere thai year, lie died -Inly IM, 18:;7, and is hiir- 
ied with his lirst wife in the ehurehyai'd of St. .Mary's 
Episcopal Cluireh in Wai'wiek, Chester County, Peinisyl- 
vania. 

TlniniMs Jliili Icai'iicd llw inidc of stuiii' iiia.-ioii and as.sistt'd in Ihc t-rer- 
tion of many stone buildiiijis in Chester County, several of which an- still 
standing. After his first marriage, he l)ecaine the manager of Warwick 
Furnace, then owned by Potts i^- Kutter. It was here that cannon and shot 
were cast for the (Continental armies. Early in the devolution he assisted in 
the organization of the Chester County battalion of .\ssociators of the "" Flying 
Camp'' and was commissioned Lieutenant Colonel in August, 17715. Colonel 
AVilliam Montgomery was ordered to command l)ut never reported. The bat- 
talion was marched by Lieutenant Coloiud Thomas Bull to the N'orlh Kiver, 
and was pljiced in position at Fort Wasliinirtoii where the force was surrend- 
ered by Colonel Magaw Xovemlur Id, [""li. to the British. .^ full account 



*John Hunter, tanner of Whiteland Township, Chester County, was the son of John Hunter. 
born in 1(!t>7 in tlie north of Kngland, a son of a prominent churchnum who moved to Kath- 
burn. County of Wicklow', Ireland, after the accession of King .lames, .ddin became nn e.xten- 
sive grazier and married Margaret Albin of Ireland in 1('>0:>, The wedding ring is still pre- 
served in the family, J le joined tlie Protestant army with his friend Anthony Wayne, and they 
both fought at the liattle of the Boyne. A daughter who married William Hill tirst came li> 
America, and some time after .Tohn Hunter emigrated with the rest of his family. He bought 
a farm in Xcwton Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania, the deed of which is recorded at 
West Cliester, Pennsylvania, under date of 172:1. The Hunter family are buried at .St. David's 
Episcopal Church at Radnor, Pennsylvania, .lohn Hunter, .Tr., nnirried .\nn Parry, daui;hter of 
Llewellyn and Mary (Thomas) Parry of Whiteland Township, (hester County. Llewellyn 
Parry was liorn in Wales and Mary Thomas was the daughter of Hichard A. P. Thomas, who 
came over in 1(1S:'> with his son Richard, in tlie '■Morning .Star," from Whitford Came. County 
of Flint, Wales, and took up a large tract of land, some of which is still owned and occupied by 
descendants of the same name. 

■■From good authority" (quoted frimi t;ilbert Cope of West Chester, Pennsylvania), "It 
would api>ear that three brothers, Peter, .Ndin, and tieorge Hunter, came from H-elaiul. From 
Tridand I obtained the statement that Peter Hunter, son of John and .\nne, born Ittth of '2iul 
mo, IC).")!;, at East Collingforth in tlie parish of Owen, Yorkshire, came into Ireland the year fol- 
lowing and took to wife .lane Lee, born 14th of 4th mo. III."!,'!, daughter of Richard Lee. on the 
tith of nth mo. 1()7!). This Peter Hunter became a Friend or Quaker, and the above is from 
their records, I have a copy of the certificate which he brought from Friends in the County 
Wicklow in 171tj. His brother .Tohn came about 1721*. was born about ir.07, and w>^ il.,,nt •_':: 
years old at the date of the Battle of the Boyne." 



14 THE BULL FAMILY 

of his service is given in his application for pension September 8, 1832, on 
file in the Pension Office, Washington, D. C. He was a prisoner in the hands 
of the British until exchanged about May 1st, 1778, reaching his home May 
12th. He then resumed his position at Warwick Furnace, but kept up his 
service in the Pennsylvania Militia, and it is recorded that he was Colonel 
of Light Horse, Second Battalion, Chester County Militia Volunteers in 1781. 
(Pennsylvania Archives.) He purchased a large farm on French Creek and 
built there a fine stone mansion, farm house, barns, grist and saw mills. In 
1780 he was appointed Commissioner to determine site of County Seat. He 
was elected a delegate to the Pennsylvania Convention to ratify the Federal 
Constitution in 1787, and was a member of the State Constitutional Conven- 
tion in 1789-90. He was chosen a Presidential Elector in 1792, and was the' 
representative of Chester County in the Legislature from 1792 to 1801. In 
1832 his application for pension, according to the law made by Congress June 
7, 1832, was granted, and he drew same for five years. He was principal 
owner of Joanna Furnace at the time of his death. He was a vestryman of 
St. Peters Church, Chester Valley, several years, and was one of the principal 
subscribers in the eraction of St. Mary's Church, Warwick, about one mile 
distant from his home. 

b Henry, born in 1749, in Chester County, Pennsyl- 
vania, married Grace Brown, daughter of Robert Brown, 
who had also moved from Chester County* lY-S 

Henry Bull died October 29, 1816, and Grace Bull died November 4, 1838. 

Both are buried in Bull's Hill graveyard, near Donnelly's Mill, Perry 
County, Pennsylvania. Henry Bull went from Chester County to Raccoon Val- 
ley, and settled on land warranted to him August 18, 1767. It is said that 
when he first went to the land and commenced to clear it, his father was 
with him, and that they were driven off by the Indians. They returned to 
Chester County. Henry then made another attempt and remained. He built 
a stone grist and saw mill, and afterwards built a fine stone dwelling, which 
was finished in 1813. Both are still standing and are known as Donnelly's 
Mill and house. During the Revolutionary War, Henry Bull was listed in the 
3rd Company, Captain David Marshall, date of 1780, of the 5th Battalion, 
Cumberland County Militia, commanded by Lieutenant Colonel Mitchell. (See 
Pennsylvania Archives, Vol. VI, Fifth Series, page 344.) 

c John, born in 1750 in Chester County, Pennsylvania, 
married Sarah Meredith, daughter of David and Elenor 
(Rush) Meredith of Whiteland Township, Chester County. 
She died in York County, Pennsylvania, in 1817, and he 
died there the same year _ _ IV-G 

John Bull bought 100 acres of his father's farm in Whiteland Township, 
Chester County, April 25, 1775, for 300 pounds. He sold this, moved to York 
County, Pennsylvania, bought 254 acres of land in Dover Township, and built 
a home. He was Justice of the Peace in York County and became a man of 
prominence. He is on record (see Pennsylvania Archives. Vol. V, Fifth 
Series, pages 693 to 6S4) as having been listed as First Lieutenant in Captain 
Evan Anderson's Comisany of North Goshen and West Whiteland (Chester 
County, Pennsylvania) Militia from 17S0 to 1782. 




c^'^A^ 



*Robert Brown emigrated from England in 17-10 and settled in Chester County, Pennsyl- 
vania. About 1760 he moved to Cumberland (now Perry County) and took up land on Buffalo 
Creek. He had eight children. Colonel William Brown of the war of 1812 was his grandson.. 



'I 111'; I'.ii.i. iWMii.v \:, 

'rile will (if .Idliii Hull rrcurdid iii nl' |)ip\ir I <>%\ n ri i p. , in 

Ihc (illicc 1)1' Kinisli'i- (if Wills, Viiik, I'i'iiiisylviiiilii, in Will !»• . il 

.liil.N l.'l, ISIT, iiiiil rci'di'di'il AiiKiisl L'.'!, I.SI7: iiiiiih'k mihi IIi> ; i.itil 

|ii'(i|i<'i't.v ), will' .Siiriili, iliiiiL;lili'i' I'^II/.iiIh'IIi, hoiih Klijiili, .liilin nliil Kiikn. Thn 
sdiis I'IHjmIi mill .liiliii will' luiini'il iis i'MtiiIiiih. 

Till' will n( l>,i\iil Ml iiililli of WrNi Wliilrliiiiil 'I'liwiiHliiii ('lii»ili-r Coiltlty, 
is ri'i'onlcil in W ill I'.iml. I). |i,ii;i' L')!, olVici' "f lirdiil'T of WilU, Wcul Chfii- 
tcr, I'ciiiisvlv.iiiiii, |iiiivi'il I )irriiilii'i' iL', I7.".">. iiiiiik'm: Kli'iior, wif>', iiihI rhil- 
drcn Ami, Ksllirr, 1 liiiuiali, Diiiiicl, (iciiruc, .Siirnh (wifr of .loliii Mull). Mtiiili 
and Alicf. I'^mtiiIois : liiiitlu'i's in l;i w 'riioniiiH iiiiil Williiiiii (inrrplt 
iii'sscs wci'd William .Mi'ii'dil li anil llriii'y Allirrtiui. 

Sarah (K'lisli) M milil li, i;i'aiiilniiit her of Siirali ( .Mcri'ililli ) Hull, wnn Ihi* 
;rii'at K''aii(l(laii;;lili'r of .luliii Kiisli, who was also iiiiri'stor of l)r. Iti't'l iiiiiii 

Kiisli. 

(I I»('l)fcc;i, liol'll ill !7-iL'. 

As sill' is nol li'i'Mt ioiU'il in Ihr will of liiT falluT, it is prohalili' thnt nhp 
was not llii'ii liviiin'. The will nii'nlions a uranilson ''l)aviil Marffly' ', ho 
named in llii' iiip>. 'I'liis was iiossilily her son and that thi- niimi' wnit MiTi'- 
ditll, liciiif;' an crnii- nf the cupyist. 

(' Ji'iiiiiii;! Mir .I;ii(iiiiyii1 ic. ;is ii;iiiir(| in lii'f t'al lit-r'.s 
will), lioni ill ( 'licstcr ( 'iiiiiily, I 'niiisy l\ ;iiii;i, in 17.')(). Slic 
is known 1o h;i\<' limi livinv;' in IcS^J.";. and is said Id liavf 
lived to an aur hi'twccii !1() aii<l !'•"). 

It was known in J'cnnsylvania I hat she had K""*' to \orth Carolina with 
her brother Richard, after the Revidut ionary War, and all trare of Imth had 
been lost. In her father's will it is stated ''To .lacomyntii- Kichardson '.'•'< 
])onnds gold or silver when she comes after it."' As she married a Kichard- 
son this must have been known to her father. 

Richard A. Chapman, living at Sherman, Te.\as, states he remembers 
that in his youth, his great Annt .Temima visited at his father's house nt 
(Jallatin, Tennessee, with hei' husband. Mr. Richardson; that they lived ni'ar 
the Mamniolli Cave, Kentucky, where he got (Hit and sold s,dn>etre. Me has 
also said that the ha])l)ers which Richardson used for dripping the dry dirt of 
the cave for boiling out the saltpetre, were still there and marked with his 
name, and that the cart tracks were still visible. The spring from which he 
obtained water still goes by the name of Kichardson Spring. They had no 
children as far as is known, and no one in the neighborhood has any knowl- 
edge of any matters concerning persons of their name. 

r liicliard, liorii S('|)triiil)ri' lM . 17."7. in Clu'stcr Coiiiily. 
Pennsylvania, inarricd in Nortli ('aiolina, ScptniiltiT 11. 
1788, Aim Aiidci'soii, l;orn in Xoi'lli Caroliiia .Inly >, 17tt2. 
and died a1 (iallatin. 'rtMincsscc. -Iniir 1, 1841. lie dii'd 
at Clallalin Aug-nst 'M). 1840. Her inotlicr's niaidi'ii nanu' 
was Mabin i^ -7 

They are both buried in the cemetery at Gallatin, Tennessee. Uichard 
Bull was in Pennsylvania until after the Kevolutionary War. for he was listed 
as a private in the Company of West Whiteland and Xorth Goshen of Captain 
Evan Anderson, Chester County, Pennsylvania. Militia. (See Pennsylvania 
Archives, Vol. \, Fifth Series, pages .">!>»> to (!."')4.) 

It was current in the family in Pennsylvania, that Richard .-ind his sister 
.Temima had gone to Xorth Carolina in ITS."), but all trace had been lost of 
them. It has been found that they went to Nortli Carolina and settled nt 
Ilillsboro in Orange County. .Jemima married a Kichardson and the.v went 
to Kentucky. Richard remained tliere until some time between ISIMl and ISiM 
he moved with his family to (iallatin. Tennessee, where he lived for about 
forty years until his death. 

Richard A. (Tiapman. now living at Sherman. Texas, Hearing his eighty- 
ninth birthday, has descrilied his grandfather Richard Mull, whom he remem- 
))ers well, as six feet tall and weighing about l.^O to ->'U pininds. stout and 
musctilar, very lively and full of .iokes and fun, which he enjoyed more than 
accumulating property. lie also remenibeis that his grandfather told him 
that his mother's name was Paulding. (The name of Pawling has fretiviently 
been changed to Paulding.) :Mr. Chapman has said that his grandfather 
lived at Ilillsboro, Orange County, Xorth Carolina, and was very fond of 
horses, having established there the first race track in the state. 



16 



THE BULL FAMILY 




ST. PETER'S CHURCH 

Chester Valley, Pennsylvania 

II-l-c 

(Page 14) 

g AVilliam. born in 1758 in Chester County, married 
Sarah Darlington, who was born in 1765 and died July 
23, 1848. He died March 23, 1828. Both are buried in 
the Bull's Hill graveyard near Donnelly's Mill, Perry 
County, Pennsylvania _____ __ IV-8 

William Bull went with his father in 1775 to Raccoon Valley, Cumber- 
land County, and took up land there. He served as a private in Captain 
David Marshall's Company of the 5th Battalion, Cumberland County Militia, 
commanded by Lieutenant Colonel Mitchell. ( Pennsylvania Archives, Vol. 
VI, Fifth Series, page 347.) 

III-3 Children of William and Martha (Thompson) Bull. Il-l-e 

a Eebecca, born in Providence Township, Philadelphia 
County, in 1751, married December 26, 1769, Henry 
Augustus Pawling, born September 25, 1746, son of Henry 
Augustus and Eleanor (Thomas) Pawling.* She died 
March 24, 1804. He died October 23, 1822 IV-9 

Henry A. Pawling was prominent in the early affairs of Norristown, 
Pennsylvania. He is recorded as being a member of the commission to erect 
the County Court House in 1784. and as being Associate County Judge in 
1789. The dates given are from the Pawling family Bible. 



*Henry Augustus Pawling, Sr., was born -June 20, 1714, and died September 24, 1792. 
Eleanor Thomas was born February 22, 1715, and died June 26, 1778. He was son of Henry 
Pawling and was brother of Elizabeth Pawling, who married Richard Bull II-l-c. See footnote, 
page 2. 



Till-: lU 1.1, I'A.MII.Y 17 

li I'll i/;ilM'l li. liniM .Inly ]:!, I7r»:{, iii;i rrird .l;iiiiiary, 
177:1, ( 'lii-isl(ipliri' Slii;irt, iHini in 17lL' ;il (ir;i.'.- Mill. |',.-|. 
t';i.st, li-cl;iii(l, of Scdtcli Irish |i;i iriil ;i<_^-. Ilr iln-d May 
l!7. 17!»!l. Shi' (lir,| ;ii |'liil;i(lrlplii;i .\|.nl II. !>:;>. I'.otli 
jii'c lmrii'(l ill llic rhiirrliyjird nf the Nnn-iloiivillr |'i-fsl»y- 
tcrinii ('liiiirh, Moiil 'joiiury ('oiiiily. 1 'niiisyK ;iiii;i. the 

IIJIIIICS .'lllil (hlli'S ol IhiIIi on one stoiir I \' jii 

(. 'hrist(i|)lici' .Stiiall Wiis in \\\r r.iili.sli Arin.v ln-foii' iiuiiiiiu In Aiii' 
Tr(> inul liis ln-dtlii'f, Dr. llcm-.v Sluart. Irft tlirir homi- in-iir tlu' <>i. 
Cnusi'way and cini^xrati'd to .\iiicTii-M in 177", liK'ntintt m-nr Norrilnn. ( hii-. 
t()i)lii'r Slu.irl sciviil ill lln' ( (Hil ini'iilal \rin.v iinil wtis iin iiiliinali' fmnil >>f 
(it'iu'val (uMirfic Wasliiiiirldii. Ilis cKimiiissiiHis wni' cliiti'd ii.h fll|lll»-^: <'<■: 
tain ."illi I'riinsylvaiiia Hallaruiii, .lannar.v .'i, 177t>; Majnr. Miiiiif, .Si'PIi-miIm ;  
1771); Major, ."ili i'l'iiiisylvania Line Ki-i;iiii('nt, .\|nil I". 17HII, lli- wiih ' 
pii.sdMcr nl 111!' raplurr dl I'orl WaHllinKton .S'livi-inluT l<>, t77t>. ami 
cxcliaiificil in .1 .iiiiia !> . 1777. lie was al llw lialllcs of I.oni; tsland ami " 
nidiith, and is Irciiiii'iU l.v nicntidiH'd as Indni; in (ii'iu'ral WaHliinKton'n nrn 
the Orderly liddk of tlii" 1st Ki'diinciil, Pfiinsylvania l.iiu-, in l.innN •1'. 
sylvania in tho Ucvoliit ion' ' . lie rclnrncd to liis honu- .Iiiniiury I", 17X1, aft>r 
tlu> ri'diiction of the army. Ilis lirollicr. Dr. lli'nry Stiiiirt, dird of frviT after 
the battle of the Brandywine. They were of the Stuarts of Tyrone, nnci 
descended fronv Sir William Stuart, hero of the siege of Dewy, for which h»> 
received ''large grant of land in County of Kosconinion' '. See ''The .St\inrtH 
of Castle Stuart," by Canon Stuart, in Genealogical Library in Boston, Mas- 
sachusetts. 

e ^Fai'V, no record, died iiiiiiuirricd. 



Fourth Generation 



IV-1 Childivii of Joiui ;iiid .Mary i Phillips) Uiill. lll-l-a. 

a Elizabeth, horn ahont l~'h\ married Deeeniber llti. 
1770. Benjamin Kittenhouse, born September- Dei-ember. 
1741, son of ^Matbias Kittenhoiise. who bad a fai'in at Xor- 
riton. iSbe died in 17IIM and he died August -W, ISJ."), 
both being bui'ied in llie chiirfhyard at St. .lames Chui-eli, 
Evansburg. MonlLjoiiiery ('oiiiity. I'eiin.sylvania. Their 
grave is nmnarked. luil ils position is recorded . \'-l 

Beii,ianiin Kittenhouse was an instrun:ent and dock maker and was a.-.s >• 
ciated in business with his In-other David, the noted astronomer. Their 
father, Mathias, was born in 170.". and died in 177!>; and their grandfather. 
Nicolas, had "a paper mill at Germautown, being the son of William Kitten- 
house, the original settler, a paper maker of Hroich. born llU4 and died at 
Ko.xburrough, Philadelphia, in 17IIS. Hroich is opposite Miilheim am Khur. 
Germany. From there William went to Amsterdam for his ]>apers. beforp 
leaving for America. Renjamin Kittenhouse was very active aiul proinineni 
in the affairs of the Pennsylvania Colony early in the Revolutionary War. and 
during the war was Superintendent of the Gun Lock Manufactory of Penn- 
sylvania. He assisted his brother David in making a survey of the country 
about Norristown. He was elected member of the American Philosophical 
Society in 17S0. He was chosen member of the State Assembly of Pennsyl- 
vania for the years 17S4, 85, SO and S7. the legislature then being of one 
house alone. In 17!U he was commisioned by Governor Mitflin, one of the 
Associate -Tudges of Montgomery County. He was a very active man late in 
life, and at the age of S4 walked six miles before breakfast. .V clock which he 
made is owned by James Hall Kittenhouse of Scranton, Pennsylvania, Vll-lJ-h. 



*The S'tuart Bible and family records were destroyed by tire about the end of the ISth 
Century. 



18 THE BULL FAMILY 

b Anna or Animus, born in 1760, married February 
10, 1781, by the Rev. Mr. Sturgess in Bethsday, Virginia, 
John Smith of Shooters Hill, Middlesex County, Virginia, 
born May 7, 1750. He died March 3, 1836. She died Sep- 
tember 15, 1831 V-2 

John Smith was the son of John and Mary (Jaquelin) Smith, who were 
married at James Town, Virginia, November 17, 1737, by the Rev. William 
Dawson. Copy of leaf from the Bible in Appendix. In consequence 
of the sale of the Smith family estates to pay for Speaker Robinson's defalca- 
tion, on whose bond their father had been, John Smith and his brother 
Edward removed from ''Fleet's Bay'' in Northumberland County, Virginia, 
to Frederick County in 177o. John Smith settled at "Hackwood'' and 
Edward Smith at "Smithfleld", near Winchester. A portion of this defalca- 
tion was recovered in 1839 and divided among the heirs. John Smith was, 
immediately after change of residence, commissioned by the Governor, one of 
the ''King's Justices'' and the next year was promoted to the post of 
County Lieutenant, which made him not only a justice but gave command 
over the County Militia, then very large. In 1774 he took part in Dunmore's 
War against the Indians. On January 8, 1776, he was commissioned Colonel 
by the Committee of Safety, Colony of Virginia, and saw service under 
Generals Daniel Morgan and Muhlenberg. On March 6, 1777, he was com- 
missioned County Lieutenant by Governor Patrick Henry, and had charge of 
the raising and equipment of forces, and of purchase of supplies at Win- 
chester. He was again commissioned County Lieutenant by Governor Patrick 
Henry April 1, 1784. He was made Lieutenant Colonel Commandant March 6, 
1793', of the 31st and 32nd Regiments by Governor Henry Lee ; Brigadier 
General, December 21, 1801, by Governor James Monroe; and Major General, 
■January 6, 1811, by Governor Monroe. He was a member of Congress 1801 
to 1815. Republican opposed to Federal, and was a member of the Virginia 
House of Delegates in 1820. In conformity with the Act of Congress of -June 
7, 1832, he was granted a pension of six hundred dollars per year, the order 
being signed by Lewis Cass, Secretary of War, March 13, 183.5. The house at 
Hackwood was built by Animus Smith in 1795. 

In the Pension Office Washington, the records are under the name of 
''.John Smith of Virginia, S-6114''. 

c Ezekial William, born 1761. Graduated at the Uni- 
versity of Pennsylvania as M. D. in 1781. Is stated by 
Heitman in "Officers of the Revolutionary War" to have 
been surgeon's mate of Hartley's Connecticut Regiment 
in 1777 ; resigned February 13, 1778 ; served subsequently 
as surgeon's mate and surgeon in Hospital Department. 
In Vol. Ill, Fifth Series, page 610, Pennsylvania Archives, 
he is also named as assistant surgeon at Reading. He 
was appointed hospital surgeon in Rifle Regiment August 
9, 1813, confirmed by U. S. Senate March 21, 1814. 
Signed by Madison and Monroe in 1815. He died unmar- 
ried in 1820. 

d Maria Louisa, born Januar.y 25, 1765, married April 
22, 1784, Joseph Nourse, born in London July 16, 1754, 
son of James and Sarah (Fonace) Nourse. and died near 
Georgetown, D. C, September 1, 1841. She died March, 
1850 - -- - V-3 

.Toseph Nourse emigrated to Am.erica with his father's family in 1769 
and settled in Virginia. He entered the Revolutionary Army as Military Sec- 
retary to Charles Lee in 177(1 He was clerk and paymaster of the Board of 
War, 1777-1781, and later Auditor General. He was the first Register of the 
Treasury of the United States, holding that office 48 years, 1781 to 1829, when 
he was told by President Jackson to go home and rest. He was Vice- 
President of the American Bible Society for 25 years. He resided until ISOO 
at Bullskin, then in Virginia, now in Fayette County, Pennsylvania. His 
home was necessarily moved with the U. S. Government, but after it came to 
Washington to stay, he bought an estate north of Georgetown, called it Mt. 
Alban, where he lived until his death. The Protestant Episcopal cathedral of 
St. Peter and St. Paul is now being built on this property. 



Till 



IMM. FAMILY 



19 



(■ l»cl)ci'c;i, Ixirii III 17<i/, iii.i fried .M;i\ l:i, ITlll, .lllllll 
lloyil ol' Null li iiiiiIhiI,! ih I, I 'riiiis\ I \ ,iiii;i, son of .lulin ;itli| 
S;ir;ih idr Niirrc- I'.nsd. Iidi-ii in ('lii'strf ('oiintN' I'cnn- 



s> I \ ;i iii;i. I' rhrii;i i y J. 
;iii(l slic (lied ill 1s:;l' 



.'>!). 



lie died l''el.rn;irv ]:{. ls;{l, 



.Idliii Kc>\il wii.s sdii III' .lllllll Itoyil. Iiiirti in ITI!> itml ilicil in I7T'>, who 
iniirrii'il in 17 11' Surah ilr \'arri' ( Imin in I7'_'l, diiMJ in I>Mt.'!), of n lliii;ii>-tiof 
fiiinilv. ill' imiivimI til N'mtliiunlifiliinil, I'l'iinsylvanlii, wlicrt- lie wii» it nn''' 
anil liail a niill I'm' inaiiii rarlnii' of pnlasli at thr iiionlh of <'liiliNiii|iia < 
in pai'l ni'i'slii|i with ('iilinii'l William Wilson. Ili- was a|>|ii>inlcrl MiTond 
t('nai\t in tlii' iL'lli Kruinii'iit I'l'iiiisy Ivania ('ontinriital Line, OcIoImt |ti, I. 
First Lii'UliMiant , May, 1777. anil Captain, Kfliruai y, 17^1. ||i- xvi 
battle 111' Wliili- riain.s, Oitnlirr L'S, I77ti; at tin- liatllr of (i.i 
()i-|(iIht I, I7T7; :ii ili.' I.mmI f,,-, ,..| . i. m,.. -.;..,.i .,,,1,.., it 1777 



TTOrSK (U' (ti|.(>M-.l. llliiM\> l;l I.I. 
III-L' a 

(Pajr.' r.i) 



V \ 




Piiiiit. .Inly ICi. 1770, lioinu- one of tlu> party I'omposintj tlio ""Forlorn Hope" 
led liy Antliimy Wayne, who met within tlie Fort; was at West Point, and on 
Octolier L', 17.'^'ii, saw Andre executed at Tappan. He was in all the important 
eiiKaseiiients of the Continental .\rmy with the British to 17S1. In May, 17.*<1. 
when inanhinir across the mountains with liis men, he was tnken in innbush 
and made prisoner by the Indians. A chief, whom he knew, saved his life liy 
raisin;; his eyes and pointing- heavenward, saying. ""The (Jreat Spirit protects 
hini''. He was led to Canada and confined on an island in the St. Lawrence 
until the spring of 17Sl', when he was exchanged, returnins: to Philatlelphia 
liy water. He was a member of the Society of the t'incinnati and was one of 
the few otTicers who enjoyed the provisions of the .\ct of Congress of May. 
182S. He was a member of the Supreme Kxecutive I'onncil of I'eiinsylvania 
before the ndoptinn of the present constitution of the Slate, and was a dele- 
gate to the cuuvention which ratified it in 1 7S7. He was chosen elector for 



20 THE BULL FAMILY 

tlie President and Vice-President in 1792 and had the honor of voting for 
George Washington and John Adams. He was appointed by President Wash- 
ington, Internal Revenue Inspector of Pennsylvania, and was Register and 
Recorder of Xorthumberland County, Pennsylvania. His brothers, Thomas, 
born 1752, and William, born 1775, were both killed in the Revolutionary 
War. See Annals of Luzerne County, by Pearce, and Lossing's History, Vol. 2. 

f Sarah Harriet, born 1771, married (1) Josiah. 
Haines, son of Reuben Haines, Sr., of Philadelphia, 
brewer, born in 1773 and died May 31, 1795. His will 
was dated May 27, 1795, and proved June 20, 1795 V-5 

Married (2) Benjamin Flower Young', M. D., son of 
William and Rebecca (Flower) Young. He died in 1805 V-6 

Married (3) in 1817, William Lloyd, who died in 1829. 
She died August 5, 1821. Xo issue. 

IV-2 Children of Henry and Ann (Bull) Newberry. Ill-l-b. 

a Henry, Jr., born 1755, married Elizabeth Hawk- 
hurst. He died 181:1. 

b Israel, born 1757, married Sibilla (or Isabella) 
Pennebacker. He died 1828. 

c Jemimah. born 1760, on plantation in Skippack 
Township, married 1784, Samuel Skeen of Lower Provi- 
dence Township (then Philadelphia CountjO, son of 
James and Barbara Skeen ; born in 1746 and died in 
Pottsgrove Township. Montgomery County, October 3, 
1813. ^She died October 5, 1832, in Pottsgrove Township V-7 

Samuel Skeen was Lieutenant in .3rd Company of Militia of 5th Battalion 
of Philadelphia County, commanded by Colonel John Bull in the War of the 
Revolution (Pennsylvania Archives, Vol. 13, Second Series). Samuel and 
Jemimah Skeen lived in Lower Providence Township until 1806, when they 
moved to Pottsgrove Township, where he died. She died on the farm of one 
of her sons on east bank of the Schuylkill River, a few miles south of Potts- 
town. Samuel and Jemimah Skeen are buried in St. James' churchyard. 
James Skeen was from England. Barbara Skeen was born in 1730 and died 
March 10, 1803, and is buried beside her husband in St. James' churchyard. 

d Mary, married Davis, a sea captain. 

e Ann - - - -- - V-8 

Records are uncertain as to whether Mary or Ann Newberry married 
Captain Davis. 

After death of Captain Davis, the widow married an Englishman, and 
•went west to Ohio. A daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Switzer, visited in Pennsyl- 
vania in 18G3, but all trace has been lost. 

The records of St. James Church show that a certain Ann Newberry mar- 
ried May 20, 1803, John Low. Nothing further is known as to the parties 
named. 

f Thomas, born 1772. 

g John, born 1774, married Sarah Gordon. He died in 
1829. 

h Rebekah, born 1778, married Abraham Skeen. She 
died 1857. 

He and David Thomas had pew No. 11 at St. James in 1790. 



Till-: lill.I, l-AMil.-j 2, 

i I'lli/.iliilli, lioiii . inarriril h.ivi.l 'I'lionins Shi- 

died 17:)7. 

lV-',i ( 'hildi-cii dl' Tli()iii;is ;iiid S;ii';di ' ( i nuiuw - hull ||| | ' 

;i -lohii (iroiiDW, Impi-ii April L!(i. 17«_'. in.ini.-.| .1 
ii;iry ti, ISIIO. S;ii';di ^'oiiiil;, who \\;is liorn .\[ir'il L'L', I. 

;illd died l''clini,l|-\ l^li, ISI'.T. Mr diril .M;i|-r|| 1.; l-,|t, 

l>()tli ;ir<' Itiiricd in llic di iirdi v;ird oT Si. I'rlcr's Kpi.s- 

(•(»|>;d ("liiircli, K;isl, Whitcluiul, Clirstcr Coimty. I'ciin.syl 

\;iiii;i * \ If 

• Inliii (;. r.ull \v;is iiiDriiirii'iil in pcililii-s, imil In cliurfli work. Ho 

ni"iiiiicr 111' the Sl.-ilc l.inisliiliiiT in ISIlT |S(l!) ^ni'l Islo, iiriil v ■' • 

immI u.iidcn nf SI. I'i'Iit's ('Ii;|]c1i from IMll to |H.';i. ' lie « , 

I'lMins.N 1\ ,ini;i U'cuinnni in ihi' W.-ir ol' ISll!. Owiiij; to tile fri. : 1 ..., .,;, 

I'iilhrr 1(1 Cmn-.-ii Anlln.n.v Wiiyiic lie wciil In Kric. ri'imsylviiiiiii. iiiiil 'l.roiiitl'u 
the rrnmins n I' (;rnir:il W'liyiii' in his s;h1(IIc bites to Kiiil'iior, wtiiTc lhi>y iin- 
II"" I'uriril in llu' cliiifcliyiifd of St. Diivid's Cliiii-cli. 'I'lw sworil of Ofncral 
\\':i.\nr is ill llic possession of ji (Icsci'tidiint of .lolin (Jfonow Mull. 

I) M;iry, Itoni l'\'lti-ii;ii'y L'ti. 1771. iii.irrird .\|;irc|| -JO. 
17!)4, ;il l'hil;ul('l])ln;i. Ikicluinj lioltinsoii. wlio was lior-ii 
in Fchriuiry, 1770, and died I )t'(M'iul)<'i-. ] si'S. Sin- dii'il 
Sei)t('inl)('f 1, 1(S.')7. IJotli arc Ijiii-icd in ihc i-Iiiii'cli_\ ard ..f 
Trinity Episcopal Chnrch, iSixtii Avcinic, l'iltsl»iir'_di. 
Pennsylvania \' ]n 

M.ny Bull, nftcf iiiiirfiage to Richiird Robinson, rode on liorsehjick acro-.s 
tile Alli'jihiuiy Mountains to Pittsburgh, iiceonipuiiied l)y an old slave who hiid 
refused to be liberated, and to leave her. This slave, Aaron, had been in the 
family for years, and had acted as guard over it when its head had been in 
the army of the Revolutinn. 

Richard Robinson Wiis af one time a resident of (liester Valley, Ppnn- 
sylvaiii.i, as the records of St. Peter's Church show his occuptition of pew 17 
in I7!i4. Tt may have been his father's. 

c Isalielhi, horn Ocloher 11. 177li. iii;iiried .\pi'il L'."?, 
1801. ( 'I'oiiiwell Pearce, son of ('I'oiiiwel! and .Marvr<ii"t't 
I't'ai'cc, hoi-n An^nst 18. 1772, and died April L\ 1S.')L>. Slu- 
died Mareli 80, 1807. Both are buried in tlie cliurcliyard of 
St. Peter's Episeoi^al Chnreli, East Whiteland, Cliester 
( \ninty. PcnnsylNania \' 1 1 

Cromwell Pearce was Colonel of the l.'>'tli V. S. Regiment of Tiifaiitry in 
the War of 1S12. He was also lUgh Sheriff and .\ssociate .hid;;,' of Cliester 

( 'ouiity. 

d Sarah, hoi-n An.unst "22. 1780. died Fel)i-iiar\- 2ti. 
1887, lunnarried. l^nried in the chureliyard of St. Petei-'s 
Cliureh, East AVhitehuid, Cliester County. Peinisylvania. 

IV-4 Cliihlren of Thomas and Ann iTTiinten I'.ull. III-_',i. 

a Elizabeth, horn Deceiiiher 11'. 1771. married I)fi-rni- 
l)er 23, 17!)0. John Siiiilh. son of b'ohert and .Mai-i:aret 
(Vaughaii) Smith, liorn Auiiust 8, 17ii2. and died April 2. 
1815. She died March 28, 1885. I'.oth ai'c buried in tho 
churchyard of St. .Marx's h'piscopal Ciiui'eli in \Var\vicI<. 
Chester County. Pc!iiisyl\ania \ -12 



22 THE BULL FAMILY 

John Smith was an iron master. They first lived at Dale Forge in Berks 
County and afterwards at Joanna Furnace. The parents of John Smith: 
Robert Smith was of West Nantmeal Township, Chester County, and was one 
of the original purchasers of Joanna Furnace and of the large woodland dis- 
trict of 6tlO0 acres in Lancaster County ; Margaret Vaughan was of the Red 
Lion Uwehlan Township, Chester County. 

b Mary, born July 10, 1774, married Alexander Co- 
bean, who died April 23, 1823. She died November 7, 
1798 .- - - __ V-13 

They lived at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. He was President of the Gettys- 
burg Bank and of the Gettysburg Turnpike Company. 

c Ann, born February 11, 1776, married June 14, 1796, 
at St. James Church, Perkiomen, Waters Dewees of Tre- 
dyffin Township, Chester County, son of William and 
Sarah (Potts) Dewees, born November 23, 1776, and died 
November 28, 1859. She died March 21, 1850........ V-14 

Waters Dewees devoted the greater part of his life to the development of 
the iron industry in Pennsylvania. He owned the Oley Iron Works and the 
Catawissa Iron Furnaces in Northumberland County. About 1840 he moved to 
Chester County, where he owned and resided at the Marsh Hotel property in 
East ^'autmeal Township. Colonel William Dewees, his father, owned Valley 
Forge and lived there during the Revolutionary War. He (William Dewees) 
made his will November 22, 1774, one of the witnesses being Richard Bull. 
(II-l-c.) 

d Martha, born February 20, 1779, married (1) 
August 4. 1799. James H. JMcClintock. son of Alexander 
and Sarah (May) McClintock of Chester County, Penn- 
svlvania, born November 1, 1776, and died March 17, 
1811 V-15 

Alexander McClintock was killed at the battle of Brandywine in the 
Revolutionary War. 

Married (2) March 20, 1812, Judge Samuel Sliafer, who 
was born March 30, 1790, and died April 26, 1856. She 
died March 12, 1850. Both buried in the churchyard of 
St. Mary's Church. Warwick, Chester County, Pennsyl- 
vania. See appendix y-16 

2. Sarah, born Februarv 20, 1779, died unmarried, 
September 19, 1817. 

e Levi, born November 14, 1789. married March 31, 
1808, Ann Jacobs, daughter of Cyrus and Margaret 
(Old) Jacobs of Whitehall, Lancaster Countv. Pennsyl- 
vania, born I\Iarch 15, 1789, and died July 10, 1858. He 
died August 2. 1859. Both are buried in the churchyard 
of St. ]\Iary's Episcopal Church, Warwick, Chester 
County, Pennsylvania V-17 

Levi Bull was born at Warwick Furnace, Chester County. Graduated 
from Dickinson College, in his seventeenth year, in October, 1798. He 
received degree of D.D. from Dickinson College, and on .July 5, 1844, from 
Alleghany College. He studied law under James Hopkins, Esq., of Lancaster, 
and while there was taken very ill, and his life despaired of. On recovery 
his attention was turned to the ministry, possibly from the fact that his 
mother had prayed constantly before his birth that her unborn child should 
be a boy, promising if granted that she would influence him toward the min- 
istry. He studied under the Rev. Dr. Nathan Grier and Bishop William 
White. He was ordained Deacon at Christ Church, Philadelphif>, February 10, 



TIM': I'.ll.l, IW.MII.V 23 




;illlcs IIllllliT, Inini I")rci'llllicl' Ml, 1 7>^L', i|lr,| <)ct()- 
luT 17, 171)7. 

li' .M;ir,L;;ir('tt;i. horn l-'chninry (I, 17S7. iiiiirrird .|;imcs 
01(1 .I;ic()l)s. son of ('ynis jiiid Mai'iiai'ct (()l(l) .Jacohs. 
hoiMi Octolx'f :!(l, 17S4. and died Xovembci- '2'). 1818. Sli.- 
died .May 17. 1818. Both are huried in the ciun-chyard of 
Banuor ('liiii-ch. ( Miurchtowii, !>aii('astri' ('ouiity. rfiins\|- 
vaiiia. Ilie i)lace near where they hail lived 

TV-') ("hil.livii of irciiiN- and Orjic,. rP.i-.nvn i l'>idl. Ill-l'-h. 



.\'-l 



a Elizabeth. I»nni I^'chniai-y "-'n, 1/^1. niarrirl in HM:!. 
James Beatty V-l«> 

Lived lit D'n-ksonbursr, Pennsylvania. 

t) Kohert. bom Deeendjer ID, 1762. killed at Chip- 
pewa July 5, 1814. 

Hubert Bull is recorf'ed as having been baptized at St. .Tame.s' Churt-h. 
Lancaster, October 15, 1T!)1'. He was ijeutenant Colonel of Colonel Kenton's 
Regiment of the Pennsylvania Militia, called out by Governor Snyder to pro- 
tect the northwestern frontier. At the battle of Cliippewa, Lieutenant Colonel 
Bull was talvcn prisonei- by the Indians, who shot and scalped him and tlirew 
his body into the brush. It was afterwards recovered by his cousin, .John 
Bull, wiio had not been in the battle, luit at the rear with the sick of flic 
regiment. See appendix. 

c Jemima, horn May 24. 17S7, l);ipti/.eil at St. .Iaiii<'>< 
Chnreh, T.,aiK'aster, Peiiii.sylvaiiia, Oetoher !•'). 17!I'J, iiiai"- 
ried Fraiieis Jordan, son of Francis and Cathfriiu' ( Kt-n- 
dall) Jordan, born in 1787 and died in 184.'). She difd 
July 6, 1830 V-2() 

They lived in Me.xico, Pennsylvania. Both are buried at Mifflin, Penn- 
sylvania. Francis .Jordan. Sr., was born in 17.'>.">' and married Catherine Ken- 
dall Deccnibcr L't!, IS."!). They both died in 1S04. 

d ^lartha. born July 11. 1789. baptized at St. Jaiiii-s 
Episeo})al ('hureh. Lancaster, Pennsylvania. (October 1">. 
1792: married William liohci'ts. who was born in'ar Pliila- 

*William Roberts first married Mary Peacock and had thrpp ohildrpn : .T 
August :!!(. lSl(t, married Mary .Tane "Wilson, died .lulv 11. ls:!l!. and buried ai 
cemetery, Winneijago. Illinois: Rebecca .lane, who n;arried David Patterson: ai- 
niarried (1) Koliert Elliott. The parents of William Roberts were Edward and Alii-e (Kambo) 
Roberts, who were licensed to niarrv in ITliS. 



24 



THE BULL FAMILY 



delphia 1783. He is a descendant of the early Welsh 
settlers. ]\Iartha and William Roberts lived at Eckesburg 
and Petersburg, Pennsylvania. He held federal and 
county offices while living in Perry County. She died 
September 12, 1864, buried at Middle Creek Cemetery. 
Winnebago, Illinois. He died June 27, 1849, buried at 
Manor Hill, Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania y-21 

e Rebecca, born March 14, 1792, baptized at St. James 
Church, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, October 15, 1772, mar- 
ried John Okesen, born in 1783 at Peru, Pennsylvania-.. Y-22 




HOUSE OF HEXRY BULL 

Perry County, Pennsylvania 

III-2-b 

(Page 14) 

f Eleanor, born ]March 4, 1795, died unmarried ]\Iarch 
15, 1845. 

She is buried at Manor Hill, Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania. 

IV-6 Children of John and Sarah (Meredith) Bull. III-2-c. 

a Richard, liorn August 31, 1774, married Polly Hoff- 
man '. .....V-23 

They lived in Dover Township, York County, Pennsylvania. 

b Anna, born August 7, 1776. 



Tllh: HI 1,1, I'AMILY 



2S 



r Tli(iiii;is, Imii-ii I )iriiiil)ci' 1:5. 177*>, i\\ri\ .Imp- I, 17."^1. 
(I I'll i/.;i Im'I h, lidiii I )icriiiliri- 1:;, IT*^!', flii'd iititriart'i<'<l 

Sr|)1cllll>cr II, 1S,",I). 

sill' IN liiiiiid ,ii (^iiiiUi'l's Climrli, ^■|.^k Couiily, I'i'iinHylvnnin. 

(• l']li.j;ili. Iioni <)c|(iliir l'l*, ]~s-2. iii;irriiM| l,yili;i K.inn 
of |)()\('i-. rcmisyh ;iiii;i. wIid \\;is Itoi-ii .|;iiiiiai\v li.'». ITI'I, 
iiiid <lic«l Dccciiilicf .!. IslT). lie difd ill ISJT V •_' I 

'I'lii-y i[Vf liiiiicil III (^iiii'krl 's Cliiirch. Yni'k ('(iiintv, I'rnnnylvnni.i 




MILL JiTTLT HV HKXHY BULL 

iri-L' i> 

(2s'()\v DoniU'lly's Mill) 
(Page 14) 

t' John, l)()rii Xovt'iiihcr '2'2. 1784, married C'atlioriiic 
Brenner, who died in 1868. He died September 25, 1863 V-'J') 

They lived in Dover Towiisliip. York County. Pennsylvania. He was a 
potterer. 

g Koss. l)orn Ft'hniar\' L'tl. 17S7: died in infancy. 

h (Jeorge. horn Scpiciiihcr 'Jl*. 1789. 

i Hoss, horn Scptriiihcr '2-. 17li:l. iiiarrif(l Klizal>eth 
McGrew, who was born .Ianuar\- Id, 17117. and dii'd -Inly 
17, 1843. He died in 1857 '. V-i'ti 

He was a noted physician. They are both buried at Quiokel's Church, 
York County, Pennsylvania. The old home whii-h Dr. Ross Hull built in the 



26 THE BULL FAMILY 

early part of the 19th Century was a fine specimen of architecture, and is 
situated near the Bull road in Dover Township, York County, Pennsylvania, 
two miles from the home built by his father in 1794. Many of the McGrew 
family were artists. 

IV-7 Children of Richard and Ann (Anderson) Bull. III-2-f. 

a Jane, born August 17. 1789, in North Carolina : mar- 
ried October 30, 1811, Samuel Anderson in Tennessee — ..V-27 

Married (2) Benjamin Wilson of Perry County, Mis- 
souri .._ ._ _. _. V-28 

Benjamin Wilson's brother was the grandfather of Woodrow Wilson, 
President of the United States — 191.3-1917, 1917 — . Benjamin and Jane Wilson 
are buried in Apple Creek churchyard, Pocahontas, Missouri. 

b Mary, born April 13, 1791, in North Carolina, died 
unmarried August 18, 1808, in Tennessee. 

c Elizabeth, born December 26, 1793, in North Caro- 
lina, married April 4, 1816, Thomas Addison Wilson, who 
was born July 2, 1788, and died January 24, 1857. She 
died October 3, 1872 V-29 

They first lived at Gallatin, Tennessee, but moved in 1819 to Jackson, 
Missouri, and settled in Shawneetown, where both died. They are buried at 
Apple Creek Church, Pocahontas, Missouri. 

d William Anderson, born December 27, 1795, in 
North Carolina, married (1) September 21, 1820,- Mary A. 
Anderson, who was born July 12, 1793. They moved to 
Perry County, ^Missouri. She died December 10, 1820. 

Married (2) October 21, 1824, Eachel W. Wallace, who 
was born IMarcli 26, 1801, and died June 1, 1872. He died 
July 8, 1867 V-30 

They lived at Appleton and Brazeau, Missouri. 

e Margaret, born March 25, 1798, in North Carolina, 
married January 17, 1823, William Chapman, wlio was 
born in Prince Edward's County, Virginia. June 26. ]792, 
and died in 1842 of typhoid fever at Springfield, Mis- 
souri „ ...V-31 

f Eichard Alexander, born May 10, 1800, in North 
Carolina, died unmarried at Gallatin, Tennessee, July 26. 
1876. 

He was a lawyer, practicing at Franklin, Tennessee, where he lived and 
where he was a great favorite. 

g Rebecca Ann. born in North Carolina, July 11, 1802, 
married August 7. 1827, Ben.jamin Chapman, who was 
born in Prince Edward County, Virginia, July 13, 1789, 
and who died at Gallatin, Tennessee, December 4. 1861. 
She died January 9, 1849 V-32 

He was brother of William Chapman, VI-7-e. 

IV-8 Children of William and Sarah (Darlington) Bull. III-2-g. 

a Richard, born July 8, 1785, baptized October 15, 
1792, at St. James Church, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, mar- 



'nil-: 111 1,1, |-\.\iii.\ 27 

I'ictl S;ir;ili ('l;irk, who wjis l)()i-ii .\|.ril 1. 17st», ami iIiimI 
October 1.), islT. llc<liiM| .XovniilitT J4. IS'W V.:j:j 

'I'lii'V iiKixnl I.I Mild siiiliil III Wiirsiiw. Iiiiliiiiiii. 

li .M.iry, Ihiiii ITSll. lui pi i/i-d ()ctiil)cr !.'». ITirj. at St. 
.Iniiics ('liiiicli, l,;iiic;istcr. rniiisy I \ ;iiii;i, iii;in-|r,| ('liarli-s 
Orwiiii \'-:{4 

.\n luillicr record (if thriii liiis bpcn i)l)tnlncrl. Ttlpy nro Mnid 

livrd :il I'lliiiit:!. N'l'W Yurk. 

(' I<]li/.;il»c1h. lioi-ii .M;iivh .!!. 1 TSS. hapli/cd ( )i-t(>lt.'i- l.t. 
17!l'_'. ;it SI. .|;iiiics ('hiiivli, I ,;iiir;i.st rr. I 'riiiisylvaiiia, iiiar- 
I'icil Th(>iii;is I ). ( ioi'ildii, w ho w ;is I Mini ( Irlolicp (i. IT^S. atnl 
• licil l-'chniiii'v -Jl', IsTl. Sh,. ,|ir,| AiiLi'iist !». 1^71 V-'.^'i 

'\'\u'\ Ncil \i, Norili \\.i,si,i, I iiili.iii.i, whcir llii-\ -.I'ltli-d lunl hv.-.l 

<1 <ir;ir('. I)()i-ii April 1*1. IT!)!), hapti/cd Octohcr 1."). 
17!)2. al St. .lames ('hiii'eli. I,aiie;ister, I 'etiiisylvaiiia. mar- 
ried A|)i-il 21, 1818, Samuel Willis, who was l)orii Oetold-r 
2."), 1788, son of Isaac Willis of i'ejiii To\viislii|). I'ei-ry 
rounty. I'eiiiisylvauia. She died .March 22, 18:>1. lie 
died in 1841) ..V-:J6 

'J'liey livod on a farm Jiear Duncanion, Pennsylvania. Roth are Imried nt 
the cemetery of the Old Presbyterian {.hurch, .Inniata Hridu'e, Pennsylvania. 

e John, horn -Inly 12, 171>2, hapti/.ed ( )ctol)er 1-'), 17'.'2. 
at St. James Church, Laucasler. I'ennsyK aiiia. mai'fied De- 
ceiiiher Ki, 181(), Jane Linn, who was horn .\pi-il 11, 17!)t). 
She died December 15, 184li. ami is Imried in tin- Uull'.s 
Hill graveyard at Donnelly "s .Mill, I'en'y Coiini.w I'eimsyl- 
vaiiia. Tie died Septeml)er !), 18t)2. at Byron, Illinois V-M 

.Tohn Hull was in the resinient of Colonel Fenton in the War of 1S5I1'. and 
is mentioned as lieing; on attendance of the sick at tin- time of the battle of 
Chippewa, when his cousin, I,ieutenant Colonel Rohert liull. was killed. .Fohn 
Bull left Pennsylvania in Ajjril, IS.'l, with nine of his children, and went 
west, .iourneyinp: by the Pennsylvania Canal to PittshurKh, thi'iice hy steamer 
■'Federal .Vrch'' to St. I.,ouis. JMissouri, thence hy steamer "■Martha" to 
Savanna, Illinois, and from there across country with teams to IJyroii. Ogle 
County, Illinois. The other child. Xancy, her husband. Thomas Meredith, and 
four children, moved (Uit to Illinois in 1 S."i.">. .\ll the descendants of .lohn Hull 
live in the West. 

f Sarah, born in 17!'ii. manied l-"iancis Jordan, his 
second wife (the first wife ha\inii' been her cousin. Jemima 
liull. IV-5-e). He was born in 17S7 and died in 1^4."i. 
She died in Se])teniber. 18r)t), a.u'cd (id x'ears S months \'-3S 

Hoth are buried at Mifflin. Pennsylvania. 

g Jemima, born in 17!M), died unmarried. 

Lived ,it home in Tuscarora Township. Perry County, ami at lier sister's 
home (Mrs. Xeilson's). where she dieil. 

li Anna, born 1801, married IJobert Adams. 

Lived at Xcwville, Pennsylvania. Xo other record. 

See appendix V-39 

i Rebecca Darlington, born August 11, 1803. married 
February 9. 182."). William Xeilson. who was boi-n March 
21, 1791)", and who di.M October 2:!. 1872. She died Maivii 
21, 1891 V-40 

Thev lived nX X'ew Bloomfield. Pennsvlvania. 



28 THE BULL FAMILY 

IV-9 Children of Henry A. and Rebecca (Bull) Pawling. III-3-a. 

a AYilliam, born September 17, 1771, died May 31, 1776. 

b 1. Henry Frederick, born July 25, 1773', died May 

26, 1776. 

2. Levi, born July 25, 1773, married October 17, 1801, 
by the Eeverend Henry A. Muhlenberg (brother-in-law), 
Mary Elizabeth Heister, daughter of General Joseph and 
Elizabeth (AVitman) Heister. born in 1778 and died July 

27, 1826. He died September 7, 1845. Both are buried in 
churchyard of St. John's Episcopal Church, Pennsylvania....Y-41 

They lived at Iv'orristown, Pennsylvania. Levi Pawling studied law and 
was admitted to the Norristown bar in 179o. He was a member of Congress 
from Montgomery County, 1817-1819. He was Burgess of the Borough and 
member of Borough Council several times. He was also President of Mont- 
gomery County Bank.* 

c William, born August 13, 1776, married Rebecca But- 
ler. He died July 19, 1843....__ __ ___ ....._ ._ _ V-42 

d Eleanor, born January 11, 1779 (another account 
gave her name as Elinor, born September 25, 1779), mar- 
ried February 28, 1799, James Milnor. youngest son of 
William and Anna (Breintnall) ]\Iilnor. born June 20, 
1773, and died April 16, 1844. She died January 5, 1864 V-43 

.James Milnor was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. His parents were 
of the Society of Friends and were descended from families who had settled 
in New .Jersey. The name was changed from Milner. He attended the Uni- 
versity of Pennsylvania, which afterward gave him the degree of Doctor of 
Divinity. He studied law under Messrs. Howell and Rawle, and was admitted 
to the Norristown bar in May, 1794. He was a prominent Mason and in 18134 
was elected Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania, holding the 
office several years. On his retirement he was presented with a handsome 
jewel, which is still retained in the possession of the family. During the ter- 
rible epidemic of yellow fever in 1798, he resided in Xorristown. He was 
married at St. .James Church, Perkiomen (now Evansburg) to Eleanor Pawl- 
ing, when by reason of his wife not being a Quaker, he was officially dropped 
from the Society of Friends. After his return to Philadelphia he again took 
up the practice of law until 1810, when he was elected to Congress, where he 
served until March 4, 181-5. Immediately after that date he took up the study 
of the ministry of the Protestant Eijiscopal Church and nn August 14, 1814, 
was ordained Deacon by the Right Reverend William White in St. James 
Cliurch, Philadelphia. On August 27, 181.5, he was admitted by Bishop White 
in St. .James Cburch to the Order of Presbyters. On June 20, 1816, he 
accepted the call to St. George's Church, New York City, where he remained 
in active work until his death. 

. e Henry Augustus, born September 25. 1780. died un- 
married May 10, 1823. 

He was found dead in roadway; cause of death unknown. 

IV-10 Children of Christopher and Elizabeth (Bull) Stuart. 

III-3-b 

a Martha, born February 17, 1774. married February 
8, 1800, at the Presbyterian Church. Abington, Pennsyl- 
vania, John Patterson of Norristown, Pennsylvania, born 

*6eneral Joseph Heister, born in Bern Township of Berks County, Pennsylvania, November 
18, 17.52, was the son of .John Emig Heister, who was born in Germany in 17.37, and Mary 
Barbara Epler. General Heister was Governor of Pennsylvania, 1820-182.3. He died in 1832. 
His wife was Elizabeth Witman, daughter of Adam Witman. General Heister was a prominent 
soldier in the Revolutionary War. 



'nil': I Ml. I, KAMII.V 23 

llr;ir iM'ir.lsl, ill Ihf Xullh of I rrl;i m | , in ITtlS. ;||||| iii(.(| at 

I'liiliidclplii,! .\ii«;iisl I'D, ls:,ii. sh.- ,|i,.,| ;,t l'hila<li-l(.liia 
DcccmlxT 1^11, ISIS |.j 

'I'lic ,iiiccsi(iis 111' .liilin T'attci'Hiiii wen- of tliiil Inr^p bod 
"li". ill llic liiiii- c>r ( ■ri)tn\vi-ll, crossi'il from Si-ollimd into n r 
iinrlli (.1 I iiImihI. Ill' WHS iif the \'oiiiii; Ircliind piirly and ll^ 

I'Xicill uilh llir liiidc'is of llif vciMi'Ml. Ill' niiiit' lo thin con 

sprinjc of ITlMi uiili Williiiiii llcMdoison. 'I'licy liroiiulit Ii-IIitm of i 

lo Clirisloplicr Sliiiirl. In ISIC; .((dm I'lil li'V.son iiiovi'd with In- riiiriil> to 

I'liiliidc'lpliiii, where he curried on the liusiness of u inerchiitit. lie renide.l for 

many veins in Fourth Street near \'ine, where he died. He Ih hiiried 

his wife (imd iinniairied sons .lames, Chrisloplier and William) in the 

y.ird of the old I'lesbyleriiiii Clmreh at Xorriloii. ('hristopher Htiiatl ,iii.t 

wile, and William Unll anil wife, are also hurled there. lie wan a rnnti of 

(liiiil ways and methodic haliils. Kearcd in the Calvinist ic faith of hi 

tors, he was an earnest I'resliylerian, ••ind hesi<les possessed the pr 

characteristics of the Sc<itcli-Irish people, a shrewd intelligence, and .. „ ... 

and really wit. There is no record or tradition that any of hiH nonr fnmil)' 

connection precoded or followed him to this country. 

1) I']l i/,;il)('t li. Iiuni ill .\iiuiist. 177."), iii;irriri| ;il .^1. 
.Ijiincs C'luircli. Pcrkioincii. .I;iiiii;ii\' IS. 17li7. \Villi;i(ii 
Ih'iulci'soii. wlio was boni near I'.dl'ast. Ii-claml, NoVfiii- 
Inn-. 12, 1774, and died in July, ISL"). Siiu died St-ptein- 
1)01- 24. 1849 V-45 

William Henderson was an Ensisn in the British .Vrniy. He sold his com- 
mission and came to this country in 17!)(> with -lohn Patterson. 

Fifth Generation 

V-1 (Miil(]r('ii of rx'tijaniiii and Eli.';abct1i ( Bull i TJittt'iihou.se. 

IV-l-a 

a David, horn August 25, 1776, married April 8. 1801, 
by the Reverend Slater Clay at St. James, Perkiomen 
(near Evansburg), Sarah Hughes, daughter of Isaac and 
Hannah (Ilolstein) Hughes, born Febniaiy 22, 1778 VI-l 

He was captain of Xorthumberland Troop, comprisins all the companies 
of that region, and went out to (piell the Whiskey Kehellion. Isaac Ihighes 
was wealthy and a patriot, and his home, '"Walnut Grove,'' at Bridgeport, 
Pennsylvania, was for a time the headciuartevs of General Washington. 

b Mary, born September 2, 1779, married -June 21. 
1800. ^lieliael Xourse. who was born September 1, 177S. 
and died at AVashington. D. C, December G, 1860. Slie 
died February 17, 1867... V 1-2 

Michael Xourse was born on his father's place called Piedmont near 
Cliarles Town, now W'est Virginia. He was descended from a long line of 
English country gentlemen, and was the youngest of a family of twenty-one, 
of whom the oldest was Joseph, husband of IV-l-d. He was colonel of Dis- 
trict of Columbia Militia in the War of 1812. 

c John Bull, born on or before 1783, and died after 
1813. He married a Aliss Beverly of Virginia \'I-3 

All record has been lost. 

d Benjamin Franklin, born ^Nfa.v 10, 1784. was ap- 
pointed midsliipman in l'. S. Xavy .Tanuar.v 2. 1804. Was 
on board the V. S. S. '■Constellation" in the tleet sent to 
the siege of Tripoli. He died of yellow fever on the voy- 
age to Algiers, September 12. 180-i, and was l)uried at sea. 



30 THE BULL FAMILY 

e Elizabeth, born August 28, 1788, died August 20, 
1817. 

Is buried in a small cemetery near Eagleville, Pennsylvania. 

V-2 Children of John and Anna (Bull) Smith. IV-l-b 

a ]\Iartha Maria, born January 23, 1782, married July 
21, 1800, William Davison, son of John Davison* of Phila- 
delphia, born in 1768 and died September 3, 1822. She 
died November 1, 1815 - VI-4 

William Davison moved in early life from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to 
Winchester, Virginia, where he lived until his death. He was a merchant. 
Postmaster, and U. S'. Government Collector; was known as Major Davison. 
He accumulated considerable property. His wife met with her death from an 
accident. She had gone to her father's on horseback to assist in the prepara- 
tions there for the wedding of her youngest sister, and started back to Win- 
chester in the afternoon. She had nearly reached town when a shower of rain 
came up, and when she attempted to raise her umbrella, the horse took fright 
and started to run at a furious rate, throwing her to the ground and giving 
her a vicious kick. She survived until the next day. She is said to have been 
a woman of unusual loveliness and manners. 

b Eliza Barnwell, born February 10, 1784, married 
October 15, 1808, Robert ]\Iills, who was born in Charles- 
ton, South Carolina, August 12, 1781, and died March 3, 
1855. She died in 1863 _ -- VI-5 

Robert Mills studied architecture under Benjamin H. Latrobe, and 
designed several buildings in Pennsylvania, among them the fireproof wings of 
Independence Hall, Philadelphia, the capitol at Harrisburg (since burned), 
and the single arch bridge across the Schuylkill at Philadelphia. He also 
designed several U. S. Custom Houses and Marine Hospitals. In 1820 he 
returned to South Carolina and was State Architect. In 1830 he was 
appointed U. S. Architect and moved to Washington, D. C, where he lived 
until his death. He supervised the building of the Post Office, Patent Office, 
and Treasury Buildings. He made the original design for the Washington 
Monument at Washington, which was afterwards built in a modified form, 
his plan at the base being eliminated. He designed and supervised the build- 
ing of the Washington Monument at Baltimore. He did not live to see the 
work at Washington completed. He published several works on professional 
subjects. 

c John Augustine, born January 30, 1786, died unmar- 
ried in 1806, being killed by a wagon passing over him. 

d Edward Jaquelin, born December 30, 1787, died in 
infancy. 

e Augustine Charles, born April 5, 1789. married Octo- 
ber 30, 1811, Elizabeth Dangerfield JMagill, daughter of 
Major Charles ]\Iagill of Revolutionary Army fame, and 
Mary Buckner Thurston (daughter of Charles Wynne 
Thurston of the Revolutionary Army). She was born 
August 23, 1796. and died December 31. 1860. He died 
July 26, 1843. Both are buried in Mt. Hebron Cemetery, 
Winchester, Virginia - - VI-6 

Augustine Charles Smith graduated from William & Mary College with 
degrees of B. L. and B. A. in 1811. In the War of 1812 he volunteered and 
was commissioned Major in the U. S. Army. He was in command at Craney 
Island, Virginia, and afterwards distinguished hiirself at the battle of Blad- 
ensburg, under General Winder, and had a horse killed under him. He was 
then commissioned by President Madison with ''the advice and consent of the 

*.John Davison was a cornet in the British Army and his wife was Sarah Armstrong, 
daughter of Colonel Armstrong of the British Army. 



INK III 1,1, I'AMIl.V 31 

Si'iiiilc" ill IMI, I .iiiili'imiil t'cili.iiil (if ilir IJili t . ,s'. Iiifiiiiii) I;. .rid 

liitrr I'liNi' to llii' I'liiiU (if ( 'iildiii'l. At till' I'liiHi' III till' wiir lii' wii« «« 

Mii.jiir 111' ."list I nriiiilry. wliicli he ifsiijiii'il. \\v wiii ii liiwyiT l> in 

iiiul priirliii'il liiw In W iiiclii'.slcr, \'iri;iiiiii, until IS.",li. wlii-n lii< Iim i nf 

WiiiclirstiT Arailiiiix . I.mIit, iiii iktiiiiiiI of ill lii'iillli. tir wi'lil t.. ' la. 

Siiiilli ('iiiolinii, wliiTi- lir WMH in rliinitr of u Vniiiii; l.iiilii'ii' A'-nilrriiy, tiul 
wliili' IlliTc lie iillriulcil till' scssidiis of tin- V'irifiiiin l,i'i;i<i|iiliiri-, to whirh hr 
wns I'liTlcd :\ <li'l(';rii I c. Sc'i> ii |)piii(l i \ . 

f rcyton I'lill, honi in ITIM. ilird iiiiiii;ii-iiiil v,,,..,,, 
l.ci', ISO!). 

I'l'vlnn Hull Sniitli alliiiilcii W'illijiiM \' Miiry <'iilli'i;i' mill t;rnilii(ilfil in 
ISIIS. Ilr (ipincd ii liiw oHicc in W inclii'sl ii-. \' i ii;iniii, with .limi-ph lloltiii-ii. 
llnviiif; :i dispiilc, uliirh lliry linjilly scttird, an iiiiiiy olTiiiT prrmMit >'liiiinr<l 
thill llicy liad viuhilcd llir ''('ndi' of Honor". llolinrs rliiilli'ni;i-il Hinitli, who 
iicccptcd. 'I'licy foMKlit with pistols jit Slicpjirdstnwn and Sinitli wiin killi'd. 
This was oiic of the three fiuiicuis duels Ih.il eaiised the eiiartiiienl of llie law 
aSJlinst (liudliiiir. (See deseiipl ion in ' ' \'i ii;inia I'aniilies' ', hv LoiiiHe l'i-f|iiiil 
dii Hellet. Vol. ITl, puire 1 ."i. ) 

Ii' Ivlw.ird .l;i<|iicliii;i llaiiics, lioi-ii I )('c»'|iiImt :!(l. ITIK?. 
mnrrii'il (1) .\()\fiiil»rr (>. ISl."), (icoror Williimi M m-iluck 
ol" I^'rcdci'ick Coiiiity. .M;ii'yl;iii(i.... \' I 7 

lie died. M;in-icd {'2] in 1827 .lames Madison Daniil. 
who was honi in ISO,") and died in 1S7S. She died at .hfk- 
sonvillc, Florida, Maivli 10. lS7i' VI-8 

li l\ol)('rt Mackey, i)orn in 17!M), (]icd yoiincr. 
i .lolin l>nll Davison, horn Dcccmhci' S. 1S02. inai-ricd 
May '"), ]S'M, Elizal)etli Peyton, iZ'raiKhhuiu'htei- of (lener-al 
Daniel Morji'an of Revolutionary War ranic Ilr died at 
TTannihal, Missouri, in 18;W, and she died in 1^!M at 
Washington, 1). ('.. where she livi-d after her husi)aiurs 
death ! VI-0 

.l(din Hull |)avis(in Siuilh \v;is ;i hiwyer and was espefin'.l.v cifti'd ns n 
nuisiciau. and a po(>t. haviuj;' the noui de )duuie of ''Fergus''. He wns 
Colonel of the l\et;iinent of Militia of Fredeviek County. Virsiniii, then em- 
bracing; Shenandoah, Warm, Clarke and .Tett'erson Counties. While in this 
serviee he announced hiiiiself a candidate for the State I.eicishitnre. His 
leginient attended tlie polls in a body and every man voted for him, he bpinK 
elected by an overwhelmiiif; ma.iority. He was member of the House of Dele- 
gates several terms, and later moved to Hannibal, Jlissouri. He was famil- 
iarly kiKiwn as .loliu Bull ''Devil'' Smith. 

V-'-] Children of Joseph and .AFaria L. (BiiHi Xoiirse. I\'-l-d. 

a Anna INIaria Josepha, liorn A|>ril 10, 17S."). died 
June 25, 1808, 

b Charles Jose]ilnis. born in 17Sn, married .May 1'. ISlli. 
Rebecca ^[on-is, who was born lu'ar Philadelphia. Pennsyl- 
vania, September 6, 1793, and died Februarv 4. ISS.'). ilr 
died March 19, 1851 Vl-lt> 

Cliarles .Tosephus Nouise was sent to Kngland in ISlX'S by Pri'sidenl 
Madison as bearer of dispatches. In l.^^O!) he was commissioned Seeonil 
Lieutenant U. S'. Army: August D?, ISl."., was made t'aptain by Hrevet : lSl-< 
was made Ma,inr by Brevet and Assistant Ad,iutant (ieneral: .hine 17, ISIti, 
was commissioned Captain: ISK! was made .\ssistant .Vdjiitant (ienenil. For 
several years he served in the Second .\rlillery. February !>>, ISJ", he 
resigned fr(nn the .\rmy and was made chief clerk of the War Depiirtment, 
which position he held Until ISL'O. He lived at the "Highlands". District 
of Columbia. Rebecca Morris was the daughter of .Vnthony and Mary ( Pem- 
lierton) Morris. 

c Rebecca Louisa, born XoviMiiber, 17112, died in in- 
fancy. 



32 THE BULL FAMILY 

d Joseph Augustus, born July 10, 1797, died July 26, 
1797. 

e Joseph John Washington, born October 21, 1800, died 
July 21, 1802. 

V-4 Children of John and Rebecca (Bull) Boyd. IV-l-e. 

a Sarah Haines, born April 9, 1796, married Septem- 
ber 10, 1822, Rev. William Richmond Smith, who was 
born at Wilmington, Delaware, July 1, 1798, and died at 
Northumberland, Pennsylvania, September 18, 1849. She 
died at Peoria, Illinois, June 7, 1866 VI-11 

Rev. William Richmond Smith had charge of the Presbyterian Church at 
Sunbury, Pennsylvania. After his death Mrs. Smith moved to Peoria, Illinois. 

b Anima Smith, born February 8, 1798, died November 
24, 1804. 

c Mary Phillips, born November 24, 1799, died De- 
cember 7, 1801. 

d Elizabeth Rittenhouse, born September 20, 1801, 
married September 6, 1826, Dr. Henry Kent Lathy, son of 
William K. and Mary Lathy of Pennsylvania ; born in 
1802 and died April 18, 1864, of smallpox. Is buried at 
Upper Alton, Illinois - VI-12 

Dr. Henry Kent Lathy graduated at Girard College, Philadelphia, Penn- 
sylvania, with degree of M. D., and practiced medicine at Alton, Illinois. 

e John Benjamin, born January 11, 1804, died unmar- 
ried August 1, 1845. 

.John Benjamin Boyd studied law and was admitted to the bar at Sun- 
bury, Pennsylvania, but never practiced. 

f William Thomas, born November 25, 1805, married 
in 1833 Katherine Grace Slater. He died January 8, 
1848 VL13 

g Maria Josepha, born September 16, 1808, married 
November 28, 1832, Samuel Freeman Headley, son of Dr. 
Samuel and Ann (Fairchild) Headley, born at Litchfield, 
Otsego County, New York, January 20, 1808, and died 
July 24, 1869. She died May 28, 1893 _...... ....VI-14 

Samuel Freeman Headley graduated from Union College in 1831. He 
studied law and practiced in Luzerne, Columbia and Northumberland Counties, 
Pennsylvania, until 1854, when he moved to Morristown, New Jersey, and 
became Superintendent of Construction of the Morris and Essex Railroad. 

V-5 Children of Josiah and Sarah H. (Bull) Haines. IV-l-f. 

a John Smith, born February 15, 1793, died unmar- 
ried October 24, 1819. 

John Smith Haines graduated at, and was valedictorian of class of, 
Princeton College in 1812. 

b Samuel Morris, born July 2, 1794, died July 18, 1794. -c 



'I'lll': I'.ILL |-A.\1II.V 33 

\'-<' Cliililivii (if r.ciij.iiiiiii !•'. ;iii(l S;ir;ili ||. ( I'.iill I (ainf*«) 
Voiiii^-. I\' l-f 

ii •l(isc[iliiiir ( ',1 idliiic Hull. Iioiii ill jsiH), iiijii-ri.ij jn 
1S22 .l()S('|)li K'olx-rt Noiirsr, s(»ii ol' K'nltcri Noursr aiul 
<;r;iii(ls()ii of .I.miih's .\(iui-sr; honi in I,(ii,mii ('miiity, K.-ii- 

lllcky. lit' (lied ;il Xoll llllllll)cfl;ili(|, I 'r ll lisvl Vil lliii. ill 

.M;ii'ch. ls;!l. She died .l;iiiii;iry (i. ISSI), ;it .\oi-f IiiiiiiImt- 

ii'hi '. vr.i5 

11<> \v!is ch'rk in llic Hctristcr's Oflficp of the Tronsiiry r)'-|>;iii i?i. m, li.-J. 
iNUTi, wlii'ii his uncli- .losi'ph Xdiirsi' wiis IJcuistiT. In' IHIT hi- moved In 
\(>i-tliuinl)i'rl!iii(l to care for tlio i;ro|)frty of his wife, who wiiit hfirciiN to Iho 
Jlopt'fii'kl iiiul Valley farms in N'ovthnniherliind County, I'ennHyU-anin. 

1) Son. (lied iiiiiii;ii'i-i('(l. 

\'-7 ('hiidi'di of Saimicl .-iiid •lfiiiiiii;i ( Xcwhrri'V) Skfi'ii. 

IV-2-C 

There seems to lie no record oliijiiiiable of tin- family in which there is 
said to have heen tluee sons and thiee daughters, except of the latter, one of 
whom is known. 

;i Eleanor, l)()i'!i August L"). 17II4, in Lown- I'rovidfiiee 
Township, Montiioniery County, Pennsylvania: iiuiri-ifd 
Jacob llatlield, who was l)oi*n ^larcli (i. 17SS. and dit-d 
]May 21, 1884. in Pottsgrove Township, .Monlironifry 
County. She died June 25, 18.")7. in Pottss:rove Town- 
ship ." ^ vi-in 

V-8 Children of Captain and ]\Iary (Newberry) Davis, IV-2-d, 
or children of Captain and Ann (Newberry) Davis. IV-2-e. 

a Henrietta, born in 1707, married July 1. 1822, Alex- 
ander Ottinger, son of AVilliani and .Martlia ( IIubl)s) 
Ottinger of Chestnut Hill, Pennsylvania, born November 
7. 1785, and died November 24, 1862. She died Novem- 
ber 6, 1885 Vl-17 

Alexander and Henrietta Ottinger are buried in Ivy Cemetery. Mt. Aircy, 

Pennsylvania. 

V-9 Children of John G. and Sarah (Young) Bull. l\'-:5-a. 

a Isabella, born October 11. 1800. marrietl November 
14, 1822, John Elliott, Jr.. who was born June 11, 17l);J. 
and died in 1868. She died December 14, 1826 VI-18 

They lived at the '"King of Prussia' in Montgomery County, Pennsyl- 
vania. 

b Susan, born :\Iay 14. 180:1 died September :?0. 180:J. 

e Mary, born December 81. 18(U. tlied June H', 180!). 

d Lewis Gronow, born July 27. 1806, married in 1834 
Sarah Eush ]\Ieredith. who was born ^lay 10. 180(5. and 
died September 8, 1886. He died December 2ti. 181 18, uiu\ 
both are buried in the cluirchyard of St. Peter's Episcopal 
Church, East Whiteland Township. Chester County. Penn- 
sylvania Vl-19 

The name of Lewis Gronow Bull appears on the records of St. Peter's 
Church as Warden and Vestryman from 1833 to 1843. 



34 



THE BULL FAMILY 




HOU.SE OF JOHX BULL 

III-2-C 

(Page 14) 

e Georo'e M., born December 15. 1808. died August 27, 
1820. 

f Elizabeth, born January 31, 1811, married jMarch 18, 
1829, AYilliam Henr5^ who was born in 1800 and died in 
1878. She died in August. 1887. 

g Sarah Anna, born September 27, 1813. died Septem- 
ber 1, 1814. 

h Sarah, born Jul}^ 18, 1815. married Mordecai Steph- 
ens. She died July 13, 1880. and is buried in the Epis- 
copal Cemetery at Phoenixville, Pennsylvania VI-20 

i Anna S.. born October 8, 1817, married Henry de 
Witt Clinton Pawling (V-41-g), who was born in 1819 and 
who died in 1893. She died in 1862 -.....- VI-21 

Henry deWitt Clinton Pawling was appointed assistant surgeon, U. S. 
Navv, April 4, ISol. Resigned December 1, 1834. He served on board the 
U. S. S. Potomac, 1832-1834. 



■i'lIK I'.l 1,1, r'AMii.v 35 



it 



J -liiliii <ii-(ni()\\, -Ir., hnin |''il.iii;iry 2J), IH'JU, tnarrii-t] 
Aii'4('liiiii Sl.iiilcy. Ilr iIk'iI .|;iiiii;iry 111. 1H7H, ami in l»iir- 
ii'il ill SI. I'clrr's ( 'hiirrh. wliil,. .she i.s hiirinl at Lowrr 
Mri'ioii r.,i|)li.sl ( 'liiiirli. iicir llryii ,M;i\vf, I'mnsylvariia. 

No issue. 

I< I'lliiclilic. IkiI'M \()\('|iiI)c|' ■_'!', !>■_'■_', iii;tf|-if(| .ImIim 

.\(l;iiiis, who \\;is li(irii in iMl] ;iii,| i|i,-,| t)r\,,\„-r "J. I.s7:{. 

She (lied Octdhrr IJ. ISSO \ i SJ. 

 Iiilin :iimI I'linrlinr I Hull I .\<limis iirt' l)iirii'(I in th<? chun'hynril of ih. 
I'lcsliylcri.iii (liiiicli, I't-.iv idiiici. 'r(i\vii.slii|). |).-liiwiirc (.'oiinty, I'l'iinNytvanla, 

^'-l•' ('liildivn of U'iclijird ;in(l .M;iry illiill) li'oliinsoii. l\'-:Mi. 
;i ( Ifot'uc, IK) i'(M'()r( 1. 

(JcovKc Uiibin.xoii is liiiriiil in cliui-cliyiird cpf Trinity Kpixropiil Clmrrh, 
Tittsbiinrh. PcniisylviiiiiM. I);itcs im .stone wciin iiwiiy. Only niiirkit tii-Hi<|i-<i 

li.'iiiii' lire I'\'li. (I. .'Hi. 

1) S;ir;ili l'>iill. I)orn Xovi'ttibci' '2'> IT!"", dinl ()i-f(»l,..c 
:}, 1817. 

Siirah B. Robinsdii is Iniritd in cliiiicliyiird dt' 'I'rinity Kpiscoidij Cliurrh, 

Tittslmi'^'li. ToTinsylv:ini,-i. 

(' .loliu (Ji'oiiow. no record. 

•Idlni (;. Kdbinson is buried in churchyanl of 'I'rinity f'-piscopnl Church, 
rittsbnrsli. ri'iuisylv;ini;i. Datos on stone worn ,-iway.' ."!l is all that id 
legible besides name. 

(1 ElizjibeHi. I)()ni .M;iy :?, ISl);}. mnrrii'd (]) Jolm .Mr- 

(^uislioii \'\--2:'> 

Married (2) Thomas Cochran. She died July 8. 1800 VI--_'4 

.lohn McQuistion and Elizabeth C'ocluan aie luiried in Alleghany Ceme- 
tery. Pittsbni'sh, Pennsylvania. 

e Anna Doll)y, Iwrii in 181)4, mai-ried I)a\id (lilleaiid. 
wlu) was horn in 1804 and died .\o\-eiiiher 7. 1866. Slie 
died in April, 1893 VI-2:^ 

David and .Viina I). Gilleand are buried at Bakerstown, Pennsylvania. 

f Jane, horn July 27, 1809, died Septeinher 16. 1809. 

-lane Hobinson is buried in tbe chuicbyard of 'I'linity F2piscopal t'hureh. 
PittsljurKh, Pennsylvania. 

g Susan Isabella, horn Octoher 20. iSin. married in 
1829 Christian ^leehling', son ol' .laeoh and Mary ' Dunn) 
^rechliiiii' of Butler County, rennsylvaiiia, l)orii .lainiary 
1, 1807, and died September 9. 1889. She died Deeeniher 
3, 1890 VI-26 

Christian and S'usan 1. Mecliliny' are l>\iried at I'.utler. Pei\nsylvanin. 

li Lewis (Jronow, horn in ISl."). die(l near Meni|>ius, 
Tennessee, in March. 1847, unmarried. 

I.,ewis G. Robinson is buried in ehurchyard of Trinity Ki)iscopal i^hurrh. 
PittsburKh, Pennsylvania. He was sergeant of the I)ii(|Uesne Grays in the 
Mexican War, and died when returning home in service. 

i Richard Pierce, horn in ISlli. married .Mai'y Kllis 
Grep-ory, daughter of ('ai)tain and .Mar\' Kllis (ireirory of 
]\larhlehead, .Ma.ssachusetts, horn in 1821. lie tlied No- 
vember 30, 1865, and she died .lanuary 10. 1873. l)oth at 
San Francisco, California VI-27 



36 THE BULL FAMILY • 

Richard P. and Mary B. Robinson are buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, 
San Francisco, California. He is said to have gone to the Pacific Coast as 
master's mate of U. S. S. "Vincennes", but no record can be found at the 
Navy Department of his service in that vessel. 

V-11 Children of Cromwell and Isabella (Bull) Pearce. IV-3-c. 
a Lewis Gronow. 

A son of Lewis Gronow Pearce lives in Philadelphia, but no information 
could be obtained. 

V-12 Children of John and Elizabeth (Bull) Smith. IV-4-a. 

a Ann Hunter, born September 1, 1791, married De- 
cember 6, 1811, James A. Richards, who was born May 
27, 1782, and died September 21. 1828. She died April 
25, 1857. They lived at Joanna Furnace, Pennsylvania VI-28 

b Thomas Bull, born April 17, 1793, married Septem- 
ber 29, 1816, Annetta Old. who was born December 17, 
1793, and died May 21, 1846. They lived at Joanna Fur- 
nace _ - - - VI-29 

Thomas B. and Annetta Smith are buried in churchyard of St. Mary's 
Episcopal Church, Warwick, Chester County, Pennsylvania. 

c Sarah Bull, born October 7, 1795, married June 2, 
1814, Jacob Deoser, who was born January 3, 1787, and 
died September 4. 1823. She died November 15, 1845. 
They lived at Dale Forge, Pennsylvania.. VI-30 

Jacob Leoser was educated for a physician, but gave up practice to 
manage his father-in-law's iron business at Dale Forge. 

d Mary Cobean, born September 17, 1798, died March 
5, 1835, unmarried. 

Mary C. Smith is buried in churchyard of St. Mary's Episcopal Church, 
Warwick, Pennsylvania. 

e Margaretta Vaughan, born July 3, 1800. married 
January 14, 1820, William Darling, son of Eliakim and 
Ruth (Buck) Darling, born at Bucksport, ]\Iaine, Novem- 
ber 10, 1796, and died September 20, 1871. She died ]\Iay 
5, 1877. They lived at Reading. Pennsylvania VI-31 

William Darling studied law and practiced in Reading, Pennsylvania; was 
appointed Associate Judge in 1830, resigned in 1839. (See Buck's Genealogy, 
page 70.) 

f Elizabeth Bull, born February 10, 1803, married Jan- 
uary 14, 1820, Joseph O'Brien. Lived in Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvania. She died June 1, 1834. in London. England. .VI-32 

Elizabeth B. O'Brien is buried in Kensal Green Cemetery, London, 
England. 

g Levi Bull, born February 8, 1806, married April 10, 
1827, Emily Hannah Badger, daughter of Stephen and 
Hannah (Buck) Badger of Bucksport. Maine, born Jan- 
uary 1, 1807, and died December 16, 1882. He died 
August 8, 1876. They lived at Reading, Pennsylvania VI-33 

Levi Bull Smith graduated from Princeton College in 1824 and studied 
law at Litchfield, Connecticut. He was admitted to the bar of Berks County. 
Pennsylvania, at Reading, January 10, 1827. Afterwards was engaged in the 
iron business with his brother-in-law, .Judge William Darling. He was organ- 
izer of First National Bank of Reading, and its first president. ( See Gen- 
ealogy of Buck Family, by Mrs. Elizabeth S. Richards.) 



I 



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li .Idliii \';iimli,iii, lidiii April -JX^ ISOS, nijirrird ()\ 

>^r\>\r\\\\),-V ]. IS.II, .\|;ii-y Sliiilli M ;i isllji 1 1 , \() isHlli-. 

Al.iiri.Ml (2) .liiiii' I, 1n|i;, \'iruMiii;i l';irl<fr. \\r dicil 
Au-usl i!:.. 1848 ^i..,l 

Inliii \ .uiKliiin Siiiitli Knnluiitcd from Princoton VnUt'go t< n.l 

iHld-WMnls fioni the lliiivcisily of I'ciiiisy Iviiiiia Mcdii-iil Sihoul, 

M|i|Kiinti'(l Assisdiiil Sm-f; i in ilip 1'. S. N'livy .fuiif L'T, IMltt, mid |. 

lo SurKciin, Kcliiiuii-y !.'(). ls;;s. His siTvicc li'cord iM iim fo|liiw«: I-- ' 

ciiiist <i{ Alricji; ls:!l, I'. S. S. "('onslidliiliim" ; Is.';:,', Naviil I loHfitnl. '■ 

is;;.". IS.: I, r, S. S. ••rnilcd Slnlrs"; l.S:;."., wiiiliiii; i.rdiTs: Is.;': 

.■irid U'l'ci'ivini; Sliip ;il I'.nsldii; I.S.'IT, (T. s. S. ' " Uidpliin' ' • I.V.M 

r. S. S. ••V:iiidiilia" ; \S-HK Icivi'; 1,H.4I, Ifr.-riviMu' Slii'p iit ji... .,,, ,.,. 

lS4:i, V. S. S. ••Fiiiifi(d<l" ; ISHI.V)."), wiiilini: (ii<I.t.s mid .N'liviil I toipitiil at 

Port Million: ISIC-ISIS, WMilint;' ordirs :in(l IJir.iv ini; .Sliin m |'..,hIoii 

i Siisjiii (I'l'icr, lioni M;ir<-h .'.l, 1 si 1 , m.-in-inl -Inly ].'», 
lS4l>. lu'V. (Jcorj^c 1 Jin'ckcr. who diid siii|i|riil\- .lunr ", 
1S47. Slu' (lit'd August li!), 1847 \'I-:{r> 

liiv. (Jcoryc HinckiT Wiis tiir rector of tlic Kpiscopiil Church nl Fln^lii' 
liOiiS Ishiiid, where they lived. 'I'liey are l)U|-ied in llie (diurrhyard 
^liiry'.s Kpiscopiil Church iit Wiivwii'k, I'ennsylviiniii. 

j Jane Corrcy. horn Aiignsi 22. ISl:;. mjirrifil .|;iiiii;ii-y 
0. 1840, (ioodloc IhirixT Rowiiiaii, who \\;is Ihm'ii .Vpril :i. 
1804. jiiul died -January '■](). 1874. She dird Anuiist 1. 
1877. They lived at Brownsville, near Piltsltury:li, I'mti- 
sylvania \' I .:J6 

V-13 Children ol" Alexander and Mary (Bull) Col)eaii. l\'-4-l.. 

a William Sterling, no hirtli record, married Mary .Mr- 
Farland of ("arlisle. Pennsylvania. lie died in Voi-k. 
Pennsylvania, in 1860. No issue. 

Williiim S. Cobeiin was cn>^hior of C'iirlisle Biiiik. 

b Thomas, no birth record, was a physieian. and died 
unmarried in 1830. 

e Samuel, no birth record, died uninarried in 18:>2. 
Y-14 Children of Waters and Ann (Buih Dewees. IV-4-e. 

a Sarah C. born ^Farch 24, 1797, married "William Clin- 
g'an, son of William Clingan. a native of Ireland. Liveil at 
Hopewell Furnaee. I^erks County. Pennsylvania VI-37 

b ^lary Ann. born November !). 17!I8. died uimiai-ried. 

c Elizabeth T.. born December 31. 17!)!). married Dilh-r 
Baker Ferree, son of David Ferree of Sadsbury Township. 
Chester County. Pennsylvania, born Juik^ 2(). 177ti. and 
died in December. 1865 \*l-.'i8 

d Mary Louise, born June 27, 1802. married Dr. Sam- 
uel ]McLean of Philadelphia. Penns.vlvania \'!-3!) 

e Ann Hunter, born A]u-il 8. 1804. married Februai-y 
22. 1825, by the :\layor of Pliiladeli)liia. Penn.sylvania. 
Alan Wood, son of James and Lucy iTlioiuasi Wood, l»orn 
December 25, 1800, and died November 24, 1881 VL40 

Alan Wood was a niemlier of Society of Friends iind by roason of mar- 
riage was dropped, but afterwards reinstated. He was in the iron business at 
'Wilmington, Delaware, and Conshohocken. rennsylvania. His father. .lames 
AVood, was born in 1771 and died in ISll. 



38 THE BULL FAMILY 

f Margaret, born September 24, 1806, died unmarried. 

g George Washington, born October 20, 1808, married 
(1) Amelia V. Snyder, who was born May 13, 1812, and 
died September 30, 1843 _ .._ ._ VI-41 

Married (2) January 8, 1846, Louisa Brooke Holstein, 
daughter of George W. and Elizabeth Wayne (Hayman) 
Holstein, born May 23, 1814, and died January 24, 1904 VI-42 

Amelia V. Dewees is buried in the churchyard of St. Mary's Episcopal 
Church, Warwick, Pennsylvania. Louisa B. Dewees is buried at Christ 
Swedes' Church, Swedesburg, Pennsylvania. 

h Rachel Bartholomew, born November 28. 1810. at 
Laurel, Chester County, Pennsylvania, married February 
24, 1831, Leonard Frescoln Roberts, son of Thomas and 
Mary Roberts of East Nantmeal Township, Chester County, 
Pennsylvania, born February 18, 1807, and died at Balti- 
more, I\Iaryland, December 21, 1887. She died August 17, 
1890, at Beach Haven, New Jersey VI-43 

Leonard F. Roberts lived on the original tract of land on which his father 
built, and which was first owned by three brothers, .James and John having 
deeded their share to Thomas. Thomas Roberts was born February 27, 1741, 
and died December 11, 1816, and Mary Roberts was born February 17, 1785, 
and died May 20, 1870. Leonard F. Roberts sold the old place in his later 
years and moved to Baltimore, Maryland, where he died. 

i Thomas Bull, born in West Nantmeal Township, Ches- 
ter County, Pennsylvania, May 23, 1813, married in 1835 
Elizabeth Hause, who was born November 3. 1816, daughter 
of Jacob Hause. also of Chester County, and died October 
2, 1900. He died March 5, 1876.... VI-44 

Thomas B. Dewees lived near CTiester Springs, one-fourth mile from 
Vincent Baptist Church, Chester County, Pennsylvania. .Jacob Hause owned 
and kept a general store at '"The Marsh'', known far and wide as ''Hause's 
Store'', carried on today by his grandson, Henry Hause. 

j Levi Bull, born April 27, 1815, died unmarried. 

k William Bull, born December 3, 1816, died unmarried. 

1 Edward Bull, born April 13, 1818, died unmarried. 

V-15 Children of James H. and Martha (Bull) McClintock. 

IV-4-d 
a Thomas Bull, born June 6, 1804, died July 6, 1804. 
b Sarah May, born September 16, 1805, died December 
1, 1807. 

c Ann Hunter, born June 4, 1808, married August 2, 
1831. by the Rev. Levi Bull (her uncle), Joseph Neide. She 
died July 17, 1834 VI-45 

V-16 Children of Judge Samuel and Martha (McClintock-Bull) 
Shafer. IV-4-d 

a Rebecca, born May 5, 1813, married February 9, 1837, 
Joseph Neide, who died in November, 1878. She died De- 
cember 29, 1891 VI-46 

•Joseph Neide lived in Pottstown, Pennsylvania. 



'11 1 1'; III I.I, I' \\i ii.v 1 

I) l"]li/.;iliilli. In. Ill (),|(,li,r |, l,s|ii, niarrir.l .Iiiru? Vi. 
1S;>!». ;it CoMiiiiy, Clirstcr ( 'uiinty, I'miisylviiiiiii. I»y tin' 
''•'\'- '-''^i null. Addison M.iy. yoiint^'fst sou of Uolii-rt and 
'»idli ij'dlls) Al.iy of ('()\ciiti-y 'rouiiship. Iioni I ).-<-riiil»,T 
IS, lSll.;iiid died III Wcsl ('hcslcr, I'-imsylvaiiia. .laiiiuiry 

cS. 1S!)L>. She die, I ;il Wrst ('licstrr. I '. ■!! IIS V I va Ilia .\|.ril 8 

1«'^ '..VI.47 

\'l'li^"ii iiii'l Kli/.!il)ctli May arc luirird at Oaklunil fVin.t-rv U'...i 
Clii'Mii-, I'liiMsylvMiiiii. Owiii;; |i> tin- dcalli i.f liotli liix |>»ri'Mlii 
Addisiiii .May spent the cMily years nf his life in 'rajlint < iitinty, M 
Ihc JKinsi' dl' his sister, who was the wife of Saimiel Slrven'», iii>\ 
M.ii > l.ind. Il(> ;;radii:iled a1 .lelfeisoii ('olle^fe, ( 'aiilioiihliuri;, l"i>nii- 
and sliidii'd law .at West Chester in liis native cdiintv. lie praeiicMd lu^ i.r.. 
lessiim in .Xorrislown until lS(!t». In l,Si;i) h,. Mii.v'ed tn W.-t CheitiT nnil 
lived |h,ie until his <li>ath. lie tilled inanv positiens of pnldie mill nrivati- 
trust. 



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Sar.-ili. Iku'ii Octolicr .">. ls]!l, di,.d .liiiic l'l', 1S-J(). 



d Marllia. Iioni .laiiiia i-\- S, iSiM dird l'"cliniarv •':{ 
ISlil.   " ' 

e T.cvi l>iill. horn AFiirdi ."), lS2-_'. dird I-'diniary 18, 1S24. 

V-17 Cliildrfii of J.evi and Ann i^Jarotjs; iJiill. IV-4-.- 

a ]\raviiaivtta Jacohs. ])orn ^Fai-cli 27. 1SI)!». marrictl St'|)- 
tem])er li, 1827, Kin'. John IJakcr Ch'insoii. 1). 1)., who wa.s 
horn Au.o'ust 8. T8(»:?, and died Kchniai'v :-}, ISfH. She dird 
a1 ('hi>'iii(iii1, Delaware. I^'ehriiary 2."). ls:!^ \'l-48 

h Thomas Kenipis. l)orti .Inly 23, 1810, married i 1 i at 
(ie1tyslmr<i\ Pennsylvania. March 20. 183!). Sarah Smith 
Shower, who was horn Jannary 19, 1810. and dietl .Mav Id. 
1852  . Vl.4f) 

:\[arricd (2) Septeml)er 27. 18.")!i. at I'liilath-lphia. I'eiiii- 
sylvania. -lulia Hannali lleiiderson. daii.s:liter of Tlioma.s 
and Julia (Scat-'er) Henderson, horn -January 2-"). 1S2:1. ami 
died Decemhev 8, 1907. He died May 2;». 18!)3 Vl-.IO 

Thomas K. Bull, Sarah S. Bull, aud .lulia II. Bull are buriptl in the 
elunehyard of St. Mary's Episcopal Chur(di, Warwick, Penn.sylvanin. lit- wnS 
popularly known as Colonel Bull, but what was the orisin of th»> title is not 
now known, but it is supposed to have orisinatod with his followini: his fcranil- 
father in the old house built by the Calonel after the Kevolutionary \Yar. 
This house is now the residence of the daughter of Thomas K. Bull. He was 
a gentleman farmer aud first lived on one of the farms owned by his parents, 
until their death, when he bought the original place, where he lived until he 
died. He occupied a prominent position in the afl'airs of Chester County. 
especially in his own neighborhood. He was a graduate of Dickinson ColleKe 
in l.S;U and lie was three times elected to the State Legislature, 1!*4(J, l.>447. 
1S4S. 

c Caroline .Tacol)s, l)orn Au^mist :'>. 1^11. married De- 
cember 28. 1837, llannltoii Alricks. son of -lames ami .Mar- 
tha (Hamilton) Ah-icks: horn June 1. 180(!. ami di<'d -Iiilv 
16, 1893. She died February 28, 1885 VI-:>1 

Hamilton and Caroline Alricks are buried in the Harrisbiirf: Cemrtery. 
Hai'risburg, Pennsylvania. He was a member of the bar at Harrisbnrff. 
wliere he lived and practiced law. He was prominent in politics and was 

elected to the Legislature in lfi~S. 



40 THE BULL FAMILY 

d Ann Hunter, born July 1, 1813, married February 25, 
1838, Robert S. Potts. She died July 15, 1847 __ V-52 

Ann H. Potts is buried in the churchyard of St. Mary's Episcopal 
Church, Warwick, Pennsylvania. They lived at Martic Furnace in Lancaster 
County. 

e Cyrus Jacobs, born June 6, 1815, married February 
11, 1845, Mary Ann I\IcClure, who was born July 19, 1822. 
He died December 4, 1874 __ YI-53 

They lived on a farm near Morgantovi^n in Lancaster County, and after- 
wards in Philadelphia. 

f James Hunter, born March 16, 1817, married October 
10, 1848. ]\Iary Augusta SheafP, daughter of John Van 
Wyck and Elizabeth (Waddell) Sheaff, born December 22, 
1818. and died December 24, 1893. He died May 4, 1904 VI-54 

-James H. and Mary A. Bull are buried in Oakland Cemetery, West 
Chester, Pennsylvania. She was descended from Cornelius Barentse Van 
Wyck, who acquired title to land at Flatbush, Long Island, in 1677. James 
Hunter Bull graduated at Kenyon College, Gambler, Ohio, studied law in Car- 
lisle, Pennsylvania, and entered the bar of Chester County at West Chester 
on September 1.5, 1840. In 184.3 he left on a trip down the Mississippi to 
Xew Orleans. Here he was commissioned by the government to carry des- 
patches to the American Minister to Mexico, and traveled on the IT. S. S. 
''Princeton'' to Vera Cruz and delivered the despatches at Mexico City. He 
was there when the first outbreak occurred of Santa Ana, in Texas. Becom- 
ing versed in the Spanish language he left on horseback for Guaymas on the 
west coast, where he found Dr. Biddle, to whom he had letters of introduc- 
tion. He remained at Guaymas some little time, until a vessel was to leave 
for the coast of what is now California. He left on this sailing vessel and 
landed at the Mission of San Juan Capistrano, which is about eighty miles 
north of the present San Diego. Here he remained several months at the 
ranch of Don Juan Foster, who was the owner of extensive property, and 
whose descendants still are prominent in that vicinity. Dressing as such and 
speaking Spanish, he was taken for a native Mexican, and had no trouble in 
going about the country. Saying good-bye to Don .Juan Foster, he left on 
horseback for the north. At Los Angeles Mission he found General Fremont 
with his small force of soldiers, and when the General learned that he was an 
American, tried to induce him to join his force, but he declined and kept on 
northward. He spoke of having stopped at the Missions of Santa Barbara 
and Monterey, finally ending his long ride at Yerba Buena, now San Fran- 
cisco. It was then a cluster, as he aftei'wards described it, of half a dozen 
shanties around the Mission. While there he went up to Fort S'utter, where 
he took part in a battle which occurred with the Indians. At Yerba Buena, 
after this, he made preparations to cross the plains, assembling a number of 
fine horses and mules and engaging a native Mexican to accompany him. He 
little knew what he would have to encounter, for besides suffering from the 
want of water in those arid deserts, the wolves cut the leather ropes with 
which his fine horses were tethered, and the Mexican deserted him. Finally 
he had almost given out from want of water, when he saw a house in the dis- 
tance, and his life was spared. He reached St. Louis with only one mule. 
His family had given him up as dead, not having heard from him in three 
years, and on his way to his father's house, a brother who happened to be on 
the railroad train could not believe that it was he who came up and called 
him by name. He afterwards settled in West Chester, Pennsylvania, where he 
practiced law. He was later County District Attornev and Chief ISurgess of 
the Borough, and during the Civil War was LTnited States Marshal. At the 
time of his death he was the oldest member of the bar of Cliester County, and 
was said to have been the oldest practicing attorney in the LTnited States. 

g Levi George, born in Wilmington, Delaware, January 
8, 1818, married April 12, 1842, Rachel H. Davies. He died 
October 20, 1842 _ ...._. VI-55 

Levi B. Bull is buried in the churchyard of Bangor Episcopal Church, 
Churchtown. Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. 

h AVilliam Meade, born June 24. 1820, married Feb- 
ruary 2. 1846, Sarah Roberts Thomas, born May 9, 1823, 
and died March 6, 1878. He died in 1883 VI-56 

William M. Bull was admitted to the Chester Countv bar at West Clies- 
ter, Pennsylvania, June 12, 1843, and practiced law in Philadelphia. 



'I'lIM i:i 1,1, I'AMll.V 41 

i l']li/,;i .l;ic()|js, lioni Sc|iiciiiln T .;i. 1>_'|. iliftl .Jiilv 17, 

is I I, iiiiiii,-] |-|-ii'i I, 

.i * 'oli'iii.-ii: .l;ii'()li.s. I)()rii l''i>lini;ii-y In I S2^J, iiiarrn-<l 
.l.iiiiiaiy L', IS ID, Anna 1"'. Davics. lir ili.-<i April :{(), 1M57,. \ I .,7 

"'"''•I'l'iii •!■ I'lill i'^ liMiicd ill (lie I'liiii'rIiMii'il of Ml. Miiry'n Kpinrorial 
Cliiinli, Wiirwirli. rciiiisy l\ ii rii,-i. 

k li.vdia liOiiisa. Iioi-n .laiiiiaix' I'l, 1 S '_».") dinl I)i'i-ciiiI»»t 
:), 1S44. 

I ('lai'a ,Mai'y, liorn -laniiar.\- iMi, iSi'T. iriarrir<l .May :{, 
1847, William Alexander Sniilli, wIhi di>'d m |!i||. .Sh,. 
die(| .Januai'.v 7, 1857 \'I-.'>S 

Williiiiii A. Smilh WHS 11 ))r()iiiiMciit liiiiikcr iiiul lirnkor in N>w York < irv, 
iiiid wiis 111 (iiir lime clminnim of the New 'N'oi-k Sloi-k K,\i'liani;c. At ihi- tiriii- 
of liis (Iciilli h,. u;is the oldest ini'iiiIxT of tile I'^xclinnui', llr wiiH cldHcly roll- 
niHtcd with I In. .ifriiirs of the Kpi.seopiil Cliiirch, and with thoHo of the hoii- 

pitiils iiiicl (iilirr ilmritiible institutions of New York Cily. 

m .Martha S., lH)i'n .Vpril Ki, 182!), dird Sriitrinher 3 
1829. 

11 TTenr.v TTeliev, born ^Fareli 2r;, IS:];], married .fuiie 11. 
18()7, Eiinna Henderson, who was horn Septeiiiher 14. ls:i."(. 
and died :\[ay 23, 1874. He died Feliruary 1. 187!) VI-59 

IFeni-y H. and Enniia linll are buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Philadelphia, 
He was a stock broker in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Durinc the Civil War 
he was in the Home Guard Regiment of Cavalry, as a eaptain of troop, 

o Samuel Octavins, horn Deeemlx-r 27, 18:U. married 
November 13, 1878, llannanetta S. Niehols. who wa.s liorn 
August 30, 1859. He died January 26, 1!)04 VI-60 

Samuel O, Bull is buried in the ehurehyard of St. Mary's Kpisropul 
Church, Warwick, Pennsylvania, He enlisted in ISdl as a private in Com- 
pany C, 4th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, at Pottstown. under 
Captain .Tohn R, Brooke, Was mustered out on expiration of enlistment 
-July 27. ISCil, Enrolled as captain of Company A, ."•.'ird Regiment. Pennsyl- 
vania Volunteer Infantry, August 10. l.viil, for three years. Promoted to 
Ma.ior .Tune 1', 18(12. Promoted to Lieutenant Colonel May 17. 1S(W. and to 
Colonel September IS, I.SIU, Was discharged on e.\piration" of service .Vovem- 
ber 1, 1.'-{(i4, He served with the army of the Potomac and with the army of 
the Virginia throughout the war. and was Provost Jlarshal of the I'nd Corp.t 
of Major General Hancock, After the Civil War he was in various lines of 
business, finally going into farming at Albany, Texas, where he also served 
as U, S, Mai-shal, The last days of his life were spent in his native country, 
Chester County, Pennsylvania, 

V-18 Children of James 0. and Maryaretta (,l>iill; daeohs. l\'-4-<,'. 

a Ann Hunter, born at Federal Hall, Lancaster rounty. 
Pennsylvania, July 3. 1808, married February 14. 1S33, 
Rev. Thomas Creigh. Slie died October 16, 183.1." at Carlisle. 
Pennsylvania. He was born at Carlisle in 1812 VI-<)1 

Rev, Thomas Creigh was a clergyman of the Protestant Episcopal Church. 
and was rector of the church at Mercersburg. Pennsylvania, 

b Cyrus Hamilton, born .\ii^ust 4, ISO!), married (1) 
Anna ^F. Stevens, no issue. 

Married (2) IMiss :\rakall. He died September 14. 18:?6. 
at Carlisle, Pennsylvania, at the home of his brother 
Thomas '. VI-«>2 

Cyrus H, Jacobs was a clergyman in the Protestant Episcopal Church. 



42 THE BULL FAMILY 

c Thomas Bull, born August 15, 1812, married (1) De- 
cember 15, 1831, by Rev. Thomas Creigh, Mary Creigh, 
daughter of Dr. John Creigh of Carlisle. She died March 
4, 1837. at Carlisle, Pennsylvania, at the home of her father.. ..VI-63 

Married (2) May 3, 1838. Mary Elliott, second daughter 
of Commodore Jesse Duncan Elliott,* by the Rev. Patrick 
Henry Greenleaf at Carlisle. Pennsylvania. She was born 
at Norfolk. Virginia, and died at West Chester, Pennsyl- 
vania, December 17, 1869. He died January 3, 1888, at 
Lancaster, Pennsylvania _._. .._ VI-64 

Thomas B. and Mary -Jacobs are buried in Oakland Cemetery, West 
Chester, Pennsylvania. 

d James Hunter, born in 1814, married Ruth A. John- 
son. Lived at Churchtown, Pennsylvania. No issue. 

V-19 Children of James and Elizabeth (Bull) Beatty. IV-5-a. 

a ]\Iargaret. born in Perry County, Pennsylvania, Sep- 
tember 18, 1804, married September 17, 1826, John W. Bos- 
serman, son of Phillip Bosserman of Adams County, Penn- 
sylvania, born in 1803 and died November 11, 1852. She 
died March 18, 1843, in Perry County , VL65 

Johji W. and Margaret Bosserman are buried at Newport, Pennsylvania, 
where they had lived. John W. Bosserman was the grandson of Michael 
Bosserman, who came from Holland in 1743. 

b ]\Iartha, born in Perry County, Pennsylvania, March 
26, 1807. married by Rev. Timothy Alden, June 14, 1841, 
Thomas L. B. McClure. who was born in Ireland in July, 
1792, and died August 28, 1866. She died October 26, 1886....yi-66 

They lived at Dicksonburg, Pennsylvania. 

c Henry Bull, born August 28, 1809. married (1) 
August 2. 1856, Sarah A. Wallace- -.. VI-67 

Married (2) in 1869, Anna C. Callom. No issue. 

Another authority gives the name as Anna MeFadden. 
Henry B. Beatty lived at Sugartown, Pennsylvania. 

*Born in Maryland, .July 14, 1782. Died in Philadelphia, Pa., December 10, 184.5. Buried 
at Philadelphia. (Some biographies give 1785 and others 1789; two give 1782 as date of his 
birth. ) 

Appointed Midshipman April 2, 1804; Lieutenant, April 2.3, 1810; Master Commandant 
(Commander), -July 23, 1813; Captain, March 27, 1823. 

Made his first cruise to the Mediterranean in the ''Essex''. .June, 1807, was on the 
"Chesapeake" when she was attacked by H. B. M. S. "Essex". September, 1812, was in 
squadron of Commodore Chauncey on the Great Lakes. October 8, 1812, captured, on Lake 
Erie, the British vessels "Detroit" and "Caledonia"; for which he received the thanks of 
Congress and a sword. The "Caledonia" was taken into the U. S. Navy, the "Detroit" 
(formerly the "Adams", built by the U. S. Army for their use on the lakes) was completely 
destroyed. Displaved consjiicuous gallantry at the capture of York, Upper Canada, April 27, 
1813. 

In the battle of Lake Erie, commanded the "Niagara," September 10, 1813, until Perry 
went aboard that ship, then took command of the smaller ships of the squadron, and was 
commended by Perry for his gallantry. Awarded a gold medal by Congress. Succeeded Com- 
modore Perry in command of the Lake Erie Squadron and Station. 1814-1815 in Commodore 
Chauncey' s squadron on Lake Ontario. Early in the spring of 1815 sailed for the Mediter- 
ranean, for operations against Algiers. 1817-1824 was one of the commissioners to select sites 
on the coast of North Carolina for naval stations, lighthouses and fortifications. 1825-1827 
commanding the XJ. S. S. "Cyane", Brazil Station. 1825-1831 commanding West India 
Squadron. 1832-1833 commanding Navy Yard, Boston, Mass. 1835-1837 commanding Mediter- 
ranean Squadron. 1843-1845 commanding Navy Yard, Philadelphia. 



(I 



rill'; i;i i,L i'amilv 43 

il (Jr;icc I'.iill, Ikiiii Sc|itiiiili,.r H, IHll, iiiafrirrl |)i>c(>iil- 
licr 7. ls:!l, Diiiiicl ('lusi'. wliu \\;i.s horn .Inly 2A, iHOi), an«l 
(lied .Inly l."). ISS7. She (Ii.mI .Inly 17, liHHt." VI-HH 

l>:ini(l ;iimI (Hacc <'l(isi' mi' l.micrl iil nii irnoiiMtiliri;, PxnnRylvaiM > 

(' l']l(;in(>r linll. In. in .\l;ii'cli ."{(I. 1^1 I. iMnl nniiiaiTi«-«| at 
]\lillint;l()n, llluiois. .March 1!). 1!)()4. 

I'llrii mil' r>('Mtly is )>inic'(l ;il M illiiiu'luri. Illiiinis. 

r Mli/.ahct 11. hoi'n Alardi I'll, jsjc. niai-rinl h'rhi-uary 
1(), 1S4"_*. h'rccdoni Lord, horn in l^h; and dird m I'liil 
She died An^'Ust S, ISSII \' I -UI) 

'I'licx li\('(l :il ( 'diini'ii 111 s\ i 111', ri'iiiisylviiiiiii 

<i' IJoxana. horn April !!•, Is]!), marrii'd ^li XoVfinhcr 

24, 1S4'_'. .lohn i'ln^lrlianpt, wliodinl Man'li 7. l-^lh \'l-7() 
.Married (2) Sei)t('nih(M' :!, hsr)S, Willi.-nn j, h', .Iomcs. who 

dietl April 27, 18i)2. She di.'d Dn-rnihrr :;i. HMi' Xo 
issue. 

'I'lu'V lived :it S':iii(l\vi('li. niiiuiis. 

Il William Harrison, horn .\ni;nst !•, l^L'l. in I'l-rry 
County, i'eiuisylvania, inari'icd .Mar\- Deyo. horn May IS. 
1827, dauji'hter ot" Ralph and Tahitlia ilJarncsi Di-yo of 
New Jersey. lie died .Mar(di 21, ISilM. She died Ft4»i-uary 
12, 1892..." \'l 71 

Wiliiiim IT. ;iii(l Mni'v Bcntty ;ire l)urio(l at DicksDiilnirs. Crawfonl 
t'ouuty, PcimsylvaTiia. 

i Catherine, born Octohcr 2!), 1S24, niai'ricd (1) Dcct-in- 
ber 25, 1845, Lewis Bearss. No issue. 

IMarricd (2) James Dickson. No issue. Sli." di.'d .\pi-il 
19, 1901. 

Catherine Dickson is buried at San Bernardino, California. 

Y-20 Children of Francis and -Temima (BuHi -Toi-thin. H'-.l-e. 

a Robert l>ull, ])orn .Tanuary 24, ISl 1, mari'ird 1 Mar- 
tha Thompson ^ 1 i2 

Tiivcd at lola, Kansas. 

Married (2) September U, lS;Ui. Kuieline Ci'ossrtt, horn 
December 9, 1817, and died August 15, 1892. lb- di.M K-l- 
ruaiy 22. 1876 \I-7:i 

b Caroline, born in 181:?, mai'ried (1) Hugh MrClcary Vl-74 

Ijived at Mexico, Pennsylvania. 

^Married (2) John Kitner Smith at Newport, Pnuisyl- 
vania, in 1837. He was born in 1809 and died in is7!i. She 
was his second wife. She died in 1848 V 1-75 

,Tohn K. and Caroline Sniitli are buried at MitTlin, rennsylvania. 

c Samuel, born ]Mar('h 4, 1815, marriiHl Hehecra Ann 
Jones, who was born January 14. 1811, ;in<l died November 

25, 1880. He died March 25, 1875 VI-7G 

They lived at Mexico, rennsylvania. 



44 THE BULL FAMILY 

d Lewis, born September 23, 1818, raarried December 
31, 1840. Isabella Y. Martin, who was born February 19, 
1819, and died March 29, 1886. He died September 3, i906....yi-77 

They lived at Delijhi, Indiana, where he was a dentist, having gained his 
experience by practical work before dental colleges were in existence. 

e Henry Bull, born March 4, 1825, died unmarried Sep- 
tember 20, 1847. 

Henry B. -Jordan enlisted in service of the United States November 27, 
1846, and was wounded at the battle of Molino del Rey, September 17, 1817, 
dying three days later. 

f Jeremiah, born July 1, 1830, married December 1, 
1868, Ellen I. Linn, who was born February 26, 1842, and 
died May 12, 1906. He died August 8, 1908 VI-78 

They lived at Bridgewater, South Dakota. 

V-21 Children of William and Martha (Bull) Roberts. IY-5-d. 

a Henry Bull, born October 28, 1820, at Donnelly's :\Iill, 
Perry County, Pennsylvania, married February 4. 1864, 
Nancy Jane Meredith, daughter of Samuel Black* and ^lar- 
garet (Donnellv) Meredith, who was born at Donnelly's 
Mill January 7, 1845. He died July 28, 1887 VI-79 

Henry B. Roberts is buried at Middle Creek Cemetery, Winnebago, 
Illinois. Henry Bull Roberts, when a young man in Pennsylvania, engaged in 
farming and teaching: also started in the mercantile business, but in 1819 
came to the Middle West. He was the pioneer of the family in this region, 
having ridden a horse from Pennsylvania to Illinois. Mrs. Roberts lives in 
Chicago, Illinois. 

b Edward Rambo, born January 2, 1823, in Pennsyl- 
vania, married November, 1852, Ann Hamer, who was born 
at Petersburg, Pennsvlvania, November 26. 1833, and died 
July 12, 1908. He died March 27, 1898 yL80 

Edward R. and Ann Roberts are buried at Winnebago, Illinois. They 
lived at Elida, Illinois. 

c Mary Peacock, born June 23, 1828. in Pennsylvania, 
married A. Clark Myton, who died in 1886. She died March 
10, 1916. No issue. 

A. Clark Myton is buried at Los Angeles, California. Mary P. Myton is 
buried in Middle Creek Cemetery, Winnebago, Illinois. 

Y-22 Children of John and Rebecca (Bull) Okeson. IV-5-e. 

a Martha Bull, born in 1813, married Thomas Arbuckle. 
• No issue. 

Lived at McCullough's Mills, Pennsylvania. 

b Ellen, born in 1815, married David Cox. No issue. 

Lived at McCullough's Mills, Pennsylvania. 

c Samuel, born in 1821, married (1) Maria Shoop. yi-81 

Lived at Marble, Pennsylvania. 

Married (2) Eleanor McClintock (widow). No issue. 

*Son of David Meredith and .Jane Black, listed in "Thos. Robinson and His Descendants", 
by Rev. Thos. Hastings Robinson, 1902. Also listed in 'Tamilv Memorial of Robinson. McCord 
and Blaine Families", by T. H. R., 1867. 



( I 



'rill-; HI 1,1, ivwiii.Y 4S 

lirliciM';i .1., Ixini .\|iiil II, IsJi). iiiiirfii'd in IH.')", 
.I;iiiifs |)i\('ii, wild ilnil Si'| i| rinlirr (i, Issj. Slir dii-d St*!)* 
I.'hiIh'I' 1^."), nil:: VT«2 

riicy livril III Sliiulc (iHl>, I'l'iiiiHylviinia. 

V-L»:{ Cliildivii of IJirh.inl ,111,1 r,,ll> . ||,,trn,;i|| , |'.,|||. |\'ti;,. 

a -loliii N., Ihiim ill islii, 111,1 iiii-d ( 'at lii-r-iiif Sliaf|», who 
was l)<)i'ii .March 7, liSl4, and dit-d i'"eljnmry (>, l!>()4. Ho 
died da Hilary 2. LSSS VI-83 

'I'liiy li\icl III l)(ivir, ^■|M■ii CiMiriiy, I'cnriHylviiiiiii, wlirrr )u> mncl« potlnry 

iiiid liiiil II rmni. lie WHS i riliTi'sli'<l in the ' ' I'liflfrKrouiiil li'i'' ■'■■-mg 

Ihr Civil Wiir. 

Ii IioImtI, lioi'ii ill 1S1"_', ni.'irrii'il Siis;iii .lai'k.Mni. .\o j.s- 
suc. 

Tliry lixi'cl iit 1 lunti'vsvilli'. Missouri. 

C I^'raiik. lioni in ISI."). m.-n'rird ('arolini' Ma'-llnini \'I-.H4 

Tlu-y livcil III Dcm'air, Oliii>. 

d William, born in 1818, dictl in Alabama. 

Hi- was a traveling salpsman. 

e ]\lary. l)()rii in ISill. niai'rird (Jeor^c Kiinklr. who was 
born in 181(i \'l-85 

They lived at Manchester, Pennsylvania. 

V-24 Childivn of Elijali and Lydi.-i iK;iiin) I'.iill. IX'-tl-e 

a Anna, born in IS'ib. inari'icd .bilin Stair VI-86 

They lived at Ilummelstown, Pennsylvania. 

b Ennnaline, born in 1826, married dolui (IrinMii. .son ot" 
John and i>arbara Grinnn, whose ancestors weiv from Ger- 
many VI-87 

They lived at Strinestown, York County. Pennsylvania. 

A'^-25 Children of John antl Catlicritie ( Hreiiiu-r I IJnIl. IV-ti-f 

a Levi, born in 1820, mafricd Kli./.abrtli .Mrl. <j:ar Vl-SS 

They lived at Landesville, Pennsylvania. 

b 1. Sarah. l)orn in 1826, married Mirli;i<-I M;ie!lit.rii VI-SO 

They lived at ^lanehester, Pennsylvania. 

2. Elijah, born in 1826, married Klizab.'tii Ileekmaii VI-OO 

They lived at Lexington, Pennsylvania. 

c. Elizabeth, born in 18:?0 in ronewaji:o Townshi|). York 
County, Pennsylvania, married Sanuiel SchaetVei-, who was 
born in Windsor Township, York Couidy. in 183') VI-Dl 

They lived in Weiglestown, Pennsylvania. 

d Ann, born in IS:?."), man-ied Henry S. Wilt, who was 
born in Dover Township, York County, in 1800. She died 
in 1911 VI-92 

They lived at ."iP', West Philadel|)hia Street, York. Pennsylvania. 

e Lydia, born in 18:^!) in Conewaii'o Township. York 
Countv, died unmarried in i;)l)4. 



46 



THE BULL FAMILY 



V-26 Children of Dr. Ross and Elizabeth (McGrew) Bull. IV-6-i 

a Jane, born in 1819. married Michael Quickel, who was 
born in 1821 and died in 1890 VI-93 

They lived in York County, Pennsylvania. He is buried in the church- 
yard of Salem Church, Dover Township, and she is buried at Lock's School- 
house graveyard. 




MEETING HOUSE NEAR JOHN BULL'S HOUSE 

III-2-C 

(Page 14) 

b Sarah, born November 7, 1821, married Solomon Eu- 
pert. She died June 4, 1844. 

They lived in York County, Pennsylvania. 

c Elizabeth, born June 6, 1823, married John H. 
Hoover, who was born September 28, 1827, and died July 
27, 1860. She died January 3, 1898 _ VI-94 

d William B., born October 19, 1825, married December 



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17, 1H4S, l';i\ir;i Iv Sliirhls, uti.i u;is Imni .\|.ril Vi, 182H. 

;iii(l (lic<| .l.iiiiiiiiT 1."), 1IM7. Ilf (li.'il .Inly L':!. I'M '. Vl-I),'* 

'riii'\ lixiii ;i I I; i-iiMi If:i I , liMliitia, wlii-rr )if ^v,ii ,t furinrt 

r .M;iri;i. Ixini •l,iiiii;i r.\' H, Isi'.s. iiuirr-it-d Lewis limly 
Miller, son n\' S,iiiiii(l imkI Lydiii - l>'ii(lyi Miller-. Iiofii .May 

r_', 1S:!1, :ill(| (lied .|,lllll;i|-y >, ISlKi. She died Sr|.|eri|ll.T 

24. 1S!);{ '. \ I-:m, 

'liny livid 111 I .I'wisliiirj;, Yiirk CoiUll.v, wIhti- he owivl  ,,, ,.i,,i ,„,. , 

niovril 111 > ink, l'rinis.\ Iviinia.* 

r K'('l>('cc;i. Iioni ()ci()l)ir ■_', ls:;-_'. <lird iiiiiii;in-ird .March 
17. 1!M)1. 

,'>lLr li\ril Ml ^■|Pl■k. I 'rimsj lviini:i. iiiiil is ini'iit inm il .. . « ..tul.-i -^i II - 
iiiti'iTsl inn- woman ' ' . 

<X (it'OfLi'c. liorii ill I^^-'k). iii;i rrird l>';iidic| lluiriiiiiM. 

■|'hi> li\ III at ( laik. (ihiii. 

li I'jstlicf Ami, hoi'ii ill 1841, iiiairicd ClafU Wil.sun 
She (lied ill 1!)11 \'l-97 

'rhr.\ livi'il al Mrrlianicsbuvf;, I'cniis.vlvjiiiiii. 

V-27 Cliildrcii of Samuel and -laiic (l')iill) Aiidcfson. !\'-7-a 

a Tlioinas Wilson, born September 2(i, lsl4. married 
Octolier 4, 1886, ('oliiml)ia fM(d^\'rran) Kimlisli. Me di.M 
in Ked l^iver County, Texas, Auyust 15, 181)1) \'l-9S 

'riiiinias W. Anderson wns ii mini.ster of the Missionary Bapti.st Church. 
Ho p 10 ached a iiiunber of .veais at Cape Girardeau, Missouri, until he moved 
to Texas in 1S.")2. and preached in Ked Kiver County thirtysi.\ years. He wus 
at one church twenty years. 

1) ^rai'^aret Amanda, born August .'), 18:11, marrieil in 
188!). doliii Wilson. She died in 18.")!) VI-0!) 

'I'liey livetl at Cape Girardeau, Missouri. 

V-28 Children of Beniamin and Jane ( Hull-Anderson i Wilson. 

lV-7-a 

a William Berry, horn daiiuary 14. 18:!1, married Sep- 
tember 15, 1853, Ann Eliza dudeii. lie died Octolier is. 
1900 VI-KKt 

William B. Wilson was a physician and lived at Cape Girardeau, Missouri. 

b D. Oreen, born October 8, 1888. married ^Tay 4, 1871. 
Mary S. Yeai-in, who was born Xovemlier 1!), 18.")1, and died 
April 15, 18!)0 \l KH 

He was a lawyer, and was .iud^c of County Court. Lived at Bloouitield, 
Stoddard County, Missouri. 

*,Sainuel Miller (born in ISOS. died in ISS(l) was the son of .Tohn Miller (born March 12. 
17."!)) and firandson of Andrew Miller (born in IT.'U and died in I"!).".), who was n .soldier in 
tlie Revolutionai-y War. S'ee Pennsylvania Arcliives. Sixth Series. Vol \1. Spangler's .Vnn.nN. 
and Gibson's York County History. Dorothea was the wife of .Vndrew Miller: niid the wife 
of .lohn Miller was .Taiie Kanisey. of wluun it was said, •'She could speak Knelish only". Her 
father was proniiiieiit in the Kevolutionary War; she was born .lanuary '^J. 177-1, and died 
October :^7, 1S4:',. 



48 THE BULL FAMILY 

Y-29 Children of Thomas A. and Elizabeth (Bull) Wilson. 

IV-7-C 

a Alphonzo, born January 17, 1817. married August 31, 
1837, Almedia Wilson, who was born in Kentucky August 
27, 1822, and died August 21, 1891 VI-102 

Alphonzo and Almedia Wilson are both buried at the cemetery of Apple 
Creek Church, near Pocahontas, Missouri. 

b Mary Ann, born August 28. 1818, at Gallatin, Ten- 
nessee, married October 31, 1837, Ezekial McNeely of Jack- 
son. Missouri, son of Adam and Lettie (Kilpatrick) Mc- 
Neely of Mooresville, North Carolina VI-103 

Both are buried at Old Centre Church there. Adam McNeely was born 
July 8, 1804, and died March 5, 1885. Lettie McNeely died at Jackson, Mis- 
souri, August 30, 1901. Ezekial McNeely first married in 1829 Martha Cress- 
well of Mooresville, North Carolina, and moved to Perry County, Missouri, 
where she died about 18-32. Mary Ann Wilson moved in 1819 from Gallatin, 
Tennessee, to Shawneetown, Missouri, where her parents died. 

Ezekial and Mary A. McK'eely are buried in the cemetery of Apple Creek 
Church, near Pocahontas, Missouri. 

c Elizabeth Jane, born September 29, 1820, married 
September 30. 1841, George Short, who was born in 1816 
and died in 1894. She died in 1864_.... VI-104 

They lived in Fruitland, Missouri. 

d Michael Alexander, born February 22. 1823. married 
December 17, 1846, Dovey Ann McLain, daughter of Joseph 
and Jennie McLain of North Carolina, died April 15, 1865. 
He died October 11, 1855 VI-105 

Michael A. Wilson is buried at Bloomfleld, Missouri. He was a farmer. 
Dovey A. Wilson is buried at Appleton, Missouri. 

e Margaret Rebecca, born December 2, 1825, died Sep- 
tember 28, 1828. 

f Thomas Addison, born April 13, 1828, married April 
7, 1853, Minerva Russel. who was born January 14. 1827, 
and died January 14, 1910. He died December 8, 1906 .VI-106 

Thomas A. and Minerva Wilson are buried in the cemetery of Apple 
Creek Church, near Pocahontas, Missouri. They lived near Shawneetown, 
Missouri, where he was a farmer. 

g Theresa Caroline, born January 23, 1831, married in 
1849 Uriel ]Monroe Howard, who was born in 1829 and died 
in 1863. She died in 1863 ____ __ VI-107 

h Richard Anderson, born March 20, 1833, married Sep- 
tember 6, 1853, Catherine E. Knox. He died March 20, 
1884 - VI-108 

They lived at Brazeau, Missouri. 

i Rachel Surrilda, born September 2, 1836, married (1) 
in 1855 Newton Hughey - -— VI-109 

Married (2) in 1865 George Clodfelter of Huntsville, 
Alabama. She died in 1874 ___ ___ VI-110 

Rachel S. Clodfelter is buried in the cemetery of Apple Creek Church, 
near Pocahontas, Missouri. The parents of George Clodfelter came from Ger- 
many. He was merchant and manufacturer at Birmingham, Alabama. 



Till-: 111 l,L I'W.MILV 49 

j liil.N' ( "<iliiiiilii;i, lioiii Aiitrnsi lT), ls:{!>, iii}irrii'«l (1) 

ill IS")! ('ic.'l'o ll(i\\;ii(| (if ( )kl;il:()in;i Vf ]]] 

.Miirricd ( Ll ) in isiir), .lolm ('jiiviii Ailiims \' I \\2 

Cicrio lldWiird wns kill.d at tin- liattlr (if Pilot K ,,,,1, |t| tllo Tivit War 
V-;{0 ("hildlVII dl' \V. Andrrsdli ;ill(| l.'.-irhrl \V. i \V;ilhir,., I'.iill. 

IV-7-«i 

a ]\I;ii'\' .Iniif, l)()iii Sc|ilciiilHr 1, 1 s •_'•"). ilir.l .liilv 1*0 
1828. 

I) Ani;iii(l;i Ann. horn Sc|)tciiil)ir 17. 1s-J7. nmrrifd 
()('l()i)cr ;U), 184."), \Villi;ini I'.. I'';ii'r;ii'. Slir ilinl Ail"iisf .'> 

1848. 

'I'wd sons and (iauiililcr said Id liavc licni liviiii;, Imt no r<Tor(l ha* hten 

I'dii nd. 

(' l*]liz;il)('1li, Itoni August L'li. ISl'D, nuii-ricd ( )c|(il)|.r ;{0. 
184."). .Innics A. Wood. 

Xo rccdi'd has ln'i'ii fdunil of tliis family. 

d William Andovson, Jr., ])oni .Mandi 17. 1s:!l', niarrii-d 
December 27. 18.''):5. .Margaret Liu-kcy. lie di.'d in 1!»12 \'lll:; 

e James .\.. l)oni .July 11, 18;)4. ma rricd .M;iy •_':;. ImII. 
Amanda Ilnghey, who died Sci)f(iiihi'i- 7. l!i]"). l|,. difd 
July 8, 1880 ! Vlll 1 

V-81 Children ol" William and Margaret (Bulls ('iia|nnan. 

IV-7-.. 
a James Alexander, horn in Rnnnier County, 'rcnnrsst'e, 
November 6, 1823, died in Springliehh .Missouri. Julv :iO, 
1847. 

V-32 Children of Benjamin and Kebeeea A. (Bull) Chapman. 

IV-7-g 

a Richard Alexander, horn November 29, 1820. married 

at Gallatin. Tennessee, April 30. 1857. Mar\' ^'i\•ian I-'ry of 

"Wineliester. Clarke Connty. Kcntiickx'. who was Ixirn 

August 20. 1837 ' ' \' l-li:^ 

They lived in Sumner County, Tennessee, until l.Sdi;^ when thoy inovpil to 
Sherman, Texas, where Richard A. Cliapmau ensraged in business. They live 
at l.')01 E. Lamar Street, Sherman. See .Vppendix. 

1) AVilliam Anderson, born August 2. 18:^2. married 
February Ifi. 1858, ^Mildred Fry. who was l)orn Octolx-r lH. 
1831, in Clarke County, Kentucky, and died Dcccmhcr 2. 
1881. at Gallatin, Tennessee. 11.  di.MJ F<'l.rnary 27, lOlt; \\-]\r, 

c James Pauldinu', horn Mav 3, 1835, died Octohft- It!. 
1848. 

V-33 Children of Richard and Sarah (Clark) liiill. IV-8-a 

a AVilliam D.. born in 1S12, iiiarrif.l 1 Druxilla Mix Vr-n7 

They lived at Montieello, Kansas. 

Married (2) Susan B. Brown, lb' died in 1875 Vl-llS 



50 THE BULL FAMILY 

b Lizanna, born in 1813, died in 1892, unmarried. 

She lived in North Webster, Indiana. 

c Emeline. born February 23, 1815, married March 23, 
1837, by Eev. Jones at Washington Township, Kosciusko 
County, Indiana, Joel Vanderford. She died November 
12, 1891 __... VI-119 

They lived at Wolf Lake, Indiana. 

d Sarah E., born in 1816, married AV. Harrison Nutter. 
She died in 1881..... VI-120 

They lived in Knoxville, Iowa. 

e Robert Henry, born May 9, 1818, married in 1850. 
Maria Greider, born September 15, 1828, in Cumberland 
Count5^ Pennsylvania, and died in Noble County, Indiana, 
February 12, 1912. He died in Noble Countv, March 10. 
1858 ..-.-- - ......L.... .....VI-121 

They lived at AVihnoth, Indiana. After his death she lived with her 
daughter, Mrs. L. H. Upson, for thirty-eight years. 

f Margaret S., born in 1819, married James L. Fordyce. 
She died in 1893 VI-122 

They lived at Forest Grove, Oregon. 

g Alexander C, born in 1821, died in 1848, unmarried. 

He lived in Xorth Webster, Indiana. 

h John AL. born in 1822, married Sarah Holcomb. He 
died in 1861..L. VI-123 

They lived at Forest Grove, Oregon. 

i Joseph Brady, born June 19, 1824, married Septem- 
ber 19, 1854, Anna Greider, daughter of Henry and Eliza- 
beth (Howenstine) Greider of Cumberland County, Penn- 
sylvania, born August 5, 1831, and died May 28, 1905. He 
died at Camp Piatt, AVest Virginia, July 31, 1865. VI-124 

.Joseph Brady Bull served in the Civil War in Company B of the 1.52nd 
Kegiment, Indiana Volunteer Infantry. He enlisted at Kendallsville, Indiana, 
as a private February 14, 186.5, and died at Camp Piatt. (Certificate of the 
Adjutant General of Indiana, February ?,, 1917.) They lived at Wilmot, 
Indiana. .John Greider, V-.S.S-j, Maria Greider, V-33-e, and Anna were brother 
and sisters. 

j Rebecca Jane, born April 20, 1826, married February 
19, 1855. John Greider, who was born October 20, 1829, and 
died June 11, 1904. She died February 1, 1895 VI-125 

.John and Rebecca J. Greider are buried at Oak Grove, Warsaw, Indiana. 
They lived at Wilmot, Indiana. 

V-34 Children of Charles and Mary (Bull) Or wan. IA^-8-b 

a Sarah, no record ; married a Holliday. 

Lived in Canada. 

b Charles, no record. 

c Mary, no record; married a Blackburn. 

Lived at Elmira, New York. 



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y -'A') ("liildl'cn <il' 'I'Ikiiii.is |) ,iimI 111 :/.;ilirl li i I'lill ) <ior<loll. 

IV-H-c 

a .l(t;iiiii;i ( di' -I cm iin;i ' . l)(>ni .liiiic- "_'!>. IH'J'). married 

May l!l, ISliO, Nincrnt 1,'nliisnii. sun uT 'rinntiiis I), ami 

l*]li/,ali('l li Ivohisoii (>r Kiisciiiskd (diiiity, I ii(li;iii;i, liorn m 

iSOd, and di.'d in ISIII). She died April l.'., IST'J \\ IJ>i 

'I'llc.N llVill .11 Nnllh Wi'lisliT, I liill,'i ll.'i. \\,- WHS 11 flirilHT. 

Y-'M't Children ol'Sanind and Cracc i r.ull i Willis. \\'s.,\ 

a William I'.iill. liorn Au-iist I.'), I>r.). 

S;ii(l 1(1 Ikivc iiKHTird, wife's lirsl ri;i Kllcii, Jiiiil In linvi- lliiil lwi> »nn», 

;inil Id liiivc lii'i'ii a ('(jnU'iiclor iit (ImIi'Iki. Mliiinis, mid Ht. I.ouix, MiKHiiuri, 

.\(i I face ciiuld l.r I'ound. 

I) -lames Dillavan. liorn Ah'jhsI "JS. 1S22. inari-ifd (]) 
Fi'hi'uai-y 17, 1840, Mary lliintcr of Millcrslown. Pennsyl- 
vania, who was born Noveinhci- :!, \H'2'I. and died I) -ni- 

hcr IMI. 1862 \'i 1_'7 

Man-icd (2) l^riscilla Steele. dau<,']der of .Taeuli and 
Sarah J. Steele, horn Auj^jiist 27, 1S2S, and died .lannarv 
5, 1899. No issue. He died May 20, 188G. 

.laniis I)., Mary, niul Priscilla Willis arc Imricd in tlif ct'iiU'tiT} of the 
(lid I'lt'shytorian Cluirrh at .luiiiata Bridge, I'l'iiiisylvaniii. Tlii'v liviwl im a 
la nil near Concannon, Pennsylvania. 

e Eieliavd (^iinnnins, horn June 1!>, 182.'). 



d Sarah Darliniiion, horn ()i-tol)ei- 12. IS: 



e 1. Rohert Nelson liuU, horn .Mareh 12. 1>:11, mari-ied 
(1) November 28, 1850. Susanna Kistler, d.ni-hter of .\hi-a- 
ham and Jane Kistler, born Septemher 12. 1>-11. and died 
•lannaiy 16, 1859 \'l 12^^ 

.Married (2) Rebecca Drunigold. dangliter of Samuel and 
Rebecca Drunmold, born August 27, 1841, and dieil Feb- 
ruary 21, 1903 VI-129 

'riicy lived in X(^\v nioomfuMd and in Penn Township. Perry County, 

Pennsylvania. 

2. Eli.'.abeth. born ^Farch 12, ISll, died unmarried at 
North Webster, Indiana, in 1881. 

Klizabeth Willis was raised t'r(nn infancy by an uncle aiul aunt. Thomas 
D. and Klizabeth Gordoii, going: with tliein le liidi.ina. Her mother died when 
she and her brother were ten days old. 

Y-o7 C'liildreu of John and -lane ( Linn I liull. IV-8-e 

a Nancy K., born September 12. 1S17. married January 
30, 1845, Thomas Robinson ^leredith. who w.is horn Sep- 
tember 20, 1815, and died January 31. 18S1. Sh.' died 
Oetober 17, 1881 \'1130 

They lived at Hyron. Illinois, going there from Perry I'ouiity. I'onnsyl- 
vania, in l.'^."i."). 

b (iraee, horn Mareh H, ISIH, m.-ii'ried in Kebniary. 
1851. John llench, born in I'erry Comity. Pennsylvania, in 
1822, and died at l^yroii, Illinois, in 1895, She ilieil No 
vember 18, 1891 ' VI-l:n 

They lived at Byron. Illinois, where they arrived May :!. l.'Cil, goinj: from 
Perry County, Pennsylvania. 



52 THE BULL FAMILY 

c Margaret Anna, born November 20', 1820, married in 
1849, William Robinson Hench, born in Perry County, 
Pennsylvania, September 17, 1815, and died at Seward, 
Illinois, October 6, 1868. She died in 1870 _ ._. ....yi-132 

They lived at S'eward, Illinois, to -which state they moved from Perry 
County, Pennsylvania, in 1851. 

d Sarah Darlington, born January 6, 1823, died unmar- 
ried March 12, 1892. 

Lived at Byron, Illinois. 

e William Kincaid, born November 5, 1821, died Octo- 
ber 16, 1839. 

William K. Bull is buried at Bull's Hill graveyard, Donnelly's Mill, 
Perry County, Pennsylvania. 

f Martha Linn, born September 5, 1826, died June 14, 
1830. 

Martha L. Bull is buried Et Bull's Hill graveyard, Donnelly's Mill, 
Perry County, Pennsylvania. 

g Robert H., born July 12, 1828, married January 13, 
1868, Ruth Sargent, who was born August 12, 1833. He 
died December 25, 1875_ _ _ ......VI-133 

They lived in Byron, Illinois. 

h Rebecca Neilson, born April 30, 1830. married in Jan- 
uary, 1854, John Kosier, who was born June 29, 1830 ....VI-134 

They lived in Byron, Illinois. 

i Matthew P., born August 9, 1832, married December 
14, 1873, ]\Iary Elizabeth Linn, who was born ]March 14, 
1845. He died October 13, 1913 __-yL135 

They lived at Rockford, Illinois. 

j Jemima Jane, born July 17, 1835, married October 
6, 1858, James ]\Iilligan, who was born February 23, 1827, 
and died March 11, 1905. She died January 12, 1903 VI-136 

They- lived at Mason City, Iowa. 

k Elizabeth Gordon, born April 14, 1837, died unmar- 
ried October 8, 1912. 

She lived at Kockford, Illinois. 

1 Ellen Martha, born November 2, 1839, married in 
June, 1865, Albert Byington, who was born in 1831. She 
died September 6, 1880 ..VL137 

They lived at Rockford, Illinois. He was living recently with son, Fred 
.Jackson Byington, at Escanaba, Michigan. 

V-38 Children of Francis and Sarah (Bull) Jordan. IV-8-f 

a Jemima, born in Mexico, Pennsylvania, October 17, 
1832, married September 26, 1878, AA" illiam Plank, who was 
born in Adams County, Pennsylvania, November 14. 1818, 
and died February 19, 1890. She died at Delphi, Indiana, 
February 11, 1916. No issue. 

They are buried In the Plank cemetery at Deer Creek, Pennsylvania. 

b ]\Iartha, born in Alexico, Pennsylvania, May 2, 1836, 
unmarried. 

Lives at oo22 Haverford Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 



Till'; r.i I.I, i-.\.\iii,v j3 

»' Willijiiii I'.iill, Ihii-ii in Mt-xicd, ri-niisvlvania. Frh- 
I'lijiry 14, ls:;s. inniiicd in tiir 'I'lisi-arora V'alh-y, I'mnsyl- 
\ani;i. ( )<'l(tl)rr !), ]S\-2, Nancy S|iar-ks Amlt-rson. ilaiiuliNT 
of 'I'lioiiias Wilson anil Nancy Sparks i<^ni(ini Amlcrsoti. 
Iioni .Inly 4, ls|l, ||,. <|ir.| Ortol.ii- 1 |. I'li:, \' I ) > 

W illiani !'.. ,liil'<liiii u:is in llic nlTiii' nf of llic Sir 
W'ilii.iiiiNpni I Divisiiiii of llic I'l'iinsylviiniii l{ailriiii<l, in v 
liii'U I'nr lil'ly yriil's, lit the liini' of jiis ilriilll. lie wiih i;ri!it|^ I,. 
I'l'llnws. Mild Ills fiiiirrfil wiis liiv;ri'ly ill Ifiidi'd liy railroad ini-n ff 
purls of tlio coinpiitiy 's lines, and liy his fidlow rilizcnn. Mf  mi 

inncli honor in Wildwood ('cinrtrry at Williiiiiisport, roniiiyl ,fi. 

of his i-csidcncf. Mrs. .Ionian, who siirvivi'd hini, Ik living n, ,, .,,, |..rrl. 

The following is the record of service in the I'eiinMylvHtiin Knilnmil: 
Kntered service at MilVlin, Pennsylvania, May 1, ]H7A',, in capacity of clerk; 
July 1, ISti.'i, was promoted to position of enuine repairer; March, !»«!«•, wa« 
transferred to PIrie, Pennsylvania, as storekeeper; Septernlier, |M»!.S, »•«, trir.v 
ferred to Kenova, Pennsylvania, in charKe of oil refinery |ilant ; .Mii 
was iironioted to shop clerk at samp place; Oclolier 1, IHM;.'. wan trai 
to Willi.unsport, Pennsylvania, as motive power clerk, which plate he In Ul 
until retired on pension March 1, ]!)(IS. havinii served 41' yearM. 

V-39 CMiililivn <.r IJolicn ;iii(| .\iina iliiilh .\.laiiis. I\'-s.|| 

a Tlionias C, burn iu 1829. iiian-it'd (Ij .Marj,'a!vt Siiv- 

der '. '..VM39 

]\Iarried (2) M.J.dcdily. Xo issue. • 

Lived at Greenwich, Ohio. 

h S^arn rivaee. boi-n Xoveinhci- 23. 1831, married .\ii<rii.st 
12. IS.'l. William Hamilton Craiii, wlio dii'd March 7, 1^7"). 
She died Sr|i1cmliiT l!l. 1!I15 VI-140 

They lived at Carlisle Springs, Pennsylvania. 

c Margaret, born in 1834, died unmarried. 

Lived at Haberly, Pennsylvania. 

d Jemima, ])orn in 183(). married .Moses Connor ^'I-l 11 

Lived at Newberg, Pennsylvania. 

e Susan, born in 1838, married TTarry (". Uarr \'I-142 

Lived at Greencastle. Pennsylvania. 

f Rebeeca. boi'ii in 1S40. died uninarried. 

Lived at Xewville, Pennsylvania. 

V-40 Children of William and Kebeeea D. (BulH Xeilsoti. 

IV-S-i 

a Eleanor K.. born Deeemlier 20. 182B, marrit^l October 
1. 1846. Iie\'. Sanuiel AV, Seibert, who was born Ai)ril 1. 
1824. She died Jnne 16, 1905 VI-143 

They lived at Newport, Pennsylvania. 

Y-41 Children of Levi and .AT. Elizabeth (Ileister) Pawliuir. 

IV-lt-h 

a Elizabt'tli, l)orn in 1806, married Thoma.s Ho.ss. .son of 
Judge John and Mary (Jenkins) Ross, born at Easton. 
Pennsylvania. Deeember 3. 1806. and died July 1. 1865*... .VM44 

*.John Ross, of West Chester, Pennsylvania, was l)orn .lune '24. 1T."7. ami died Octohvr li*'. 
1822, was son of Thomas Ross of Salsbury. Bucks County. Preached nniong Kriciids. Mary 
Jenkins was of Jenkinstown, born January :'.l. 170.'!. died October S, 1S.'>2. 



54 THE BULL FAMILY 

b Joseph Heister, born in 1809, died July 9, 1847, un- 
married. 

Joseph H. Pawling was appointed cadet at the U. S. Military Academy, 
West Point, New York, July 1, 1825. He graduated July 1, 1829, and was 
made Brevet Second Lieutenant of the 1st U. S. Infantry. He was on frontier 
duty in 1829 and ISS'O at Fort Crawford, Wisconsin. He resigned November 
■30, 1830. He studied law and was counsellor at law at Doylestown, Pennsyl- 
vania, 18J2 and 184.3. He was clerk in War Department, Washington, D. C, 
1843-1847. Died July 9, 1847, at Doylestown, Pennsylvania, aged 37. 

c James M., born in 1811, married Lydia Collins AVood, 
who had lived in Reading, Pennsylvania, from childhood 
with an uncle, Alark John Biddle. He died November 3. 
1838. She died December 3, 1881 .VI-145 

James M. Pawling is buried in the churchyard of St. John's Episcopal 
Church, Norristown, Pennsylvania. He was a lawyer. 

d Rebecca, born in 1815, married March 4. 1851, Henry 
Friedley (second wife), born in Norristown. Pennsylvania, 
February 4, 1815, and died January 11, 1894. She died No- 
vember 30, 185L....._._ - ..- - VI-146 

He was born February 4, 1816, son of Henry Friedley of Norristown, 
Pennsylvania. He died January 11, 1894, and they are buried in the church- 
yard of St. John's, Norristown, Pennsylvania. He was a lawyer. 

e Ellen, born in Norristown in 1816, married June 11, 
1845, in Norristown, Pennsylvania, Henry Friedley 
(V-47-d) (first wife). She died February 6, 1850, sud- 
denly, being found dead in bed - VI-147 

Henry, Ellen and Rebecca Friedley are buried in the churchyard of St. 
.John's Episcopal Church, Norristown, Pennsylvania. They lived at 31 West 
Main Street, Norristown. 

f Mary, born November 4. 1819, married April 4, 1846, 
Sylvester Norton Rich, son of Lester and Maria (Ingham) 
Rich of Hilltown. Bucks County, Pennsylvania, born 
August 12, 1812, and died October 12, 1893. She died 
October 31, 1895 - - VI-148 

They lived at Norristown, Pennsylvania, where he was a lawyer and prac- 
ticed law. He was in the Emergency Corps to protect Harrisburg in the Civil 
War. They are buried in the Odd Fellows' Cemetery at Philadelphia, Penn- 
sylvania. 

g Henry deWitt Clinton, born in 1819, married Anna 
S. Bull (V-9-i). daughter of John G. and Sarah (Young) 
Bull, born October 8, 1917, and died in 1862. He died in 
1893 - -- - - -VI-149 

Henry deW. C. Pawling graduated as M. D. at University of Pennsyl- 
vania, and was assistant surgeon (See V-9-i) U. S. Navy. After resignation 
from the Navy he lived in Norristown, Pennsylvania, where he practiced medi- 
cine until his death. 

V-42 Children of William and Rebecca (Butler) Pawling. 

IV-9-C 

a Henry, born October 8. 1824, died unmarried. 

b Thomas B., born December 15, 1825, died unmarried. 

c Albert, born January 17, 1828. died unmarried. 



'I'llh: I'.ri.l, I'AMII.V 55 

\'-l;! ( 'liililrcii dl' .l;iiiii's ;ini| I'llcjiiior rawliii^) Miliinr. IV'-9-«|. 

;i W ill i;i in II in \-y, 

1) ('h.'irlcs I'ldw ;ii( 1. Ihhii Auirnsl I'l I s-Jii, iiiiirrii-i| in 
Newark, Nrw .Icrsiy. Susan l']li,:a Sirplifiis, \vli(» was Imrii 
.\lar<'li <i. lS"_'-">. and was the (laiit,'litrr of .lolin llrnrv ami 
l.ydia llayncs ( I'lly ) Stciilims. Slir dinl .limr Is, ]>){)] 

lie dlrd Ml Maivh. 1S77 VM.V) 

'I'licy livcil 111 Nru \ t,[U ( ilv. 

Y-U (diildivii ol' .Inliii and Martha iStnai-ti I'af trrsoii I \' lU-a 

a -hunt's, honi .laiiiiaiw- !•. Isii]. ijird Man-li 1(». IsSl, 
iiniiiari'it'd. 

.Iiiiiics I'allcrsdii is luiiiid in llir cliiircliyii I'd of tin- I'ri'iliytrrinn f'hiirrh, 
Xiiiiil ciii\ illi', M(iiilyniiici-.\ ('uiiiii>. I'liiMsy Ivniiiii. 

1) Cliristoplicr Stuafl. Itoni Marrli l'. l^^n:'., di.'d I ).• 
eeiiiber 12, 182(5, iiiiniarriid. 

Cliristoijher S. Patterson is liuried in the churchyard of the I'rcMhytiTinn 
Church, Norritonvillc, Montsonicry County, Pennsylvania. He Kradiim.il .t 
Trinceton College in 1S20, was an attorney al law. 

(' AVilliain Orv. Itorn Scplcnilti't' :>, 1.^0."), dii'd .\iiuMist 

28, 1828. 

"William (). Patterson is liuiied in the churchyard of ilic Pre.sl»yt«'rian 
Clnirch. Xorritonville, .Montn-oinery County, Pennsylvania. 

d Joseph, Imni Fcbnuiry 2, 1808, inarricd .Man-h 2:'., 
1887, Jane Cuylci-. daimliter of IJcv. ( 'oi'in-liiis ( '. ('nyiiT, 
1). 1).. of Phiiadelitliia. She died S.'|>tenilier 28. 18«i."). II.- 
died Septeuiher 25, 1887 V I l''l 

Joseph Patterson was a niei-ch.int and b.iiiker in Philadelphia. 

e John Thompson, horn Aui^itst 2(i. isli', nian-ied (1) 
ill 1838, Fannie A. Jenks, daughlei- of •lonatliaii Jeiiks of 
J'Jiihidelphia, horn in 181i). and died .January 1. l^o.") . \'|-1.'.2 

^larried (2) nnknown, and issue unknown. II-' died in 
188—. 

f Edward, horn ^Mareii (i. 18l;>, married .Viitrust 24, 
1832, ^Martina (r. Talinadii'e. dauiiiiter of Tliomas (loyiie 
Tahnadiic of Somerset ('oiint.v. New -Jersey, i)orn in 1810 
and died Deeember 14, 1882. He diet! Xovemher (i. 18:)»i....V l-i:)3 

Edward Patterson graduated at Kutgers College in IS:::: and was an attor- 
ney at law. 

g Ilenry Stuart, horn .Vuuiist 1.'), 181."). married .\|)i-il 
30, 1846, Elizaheth hummis Bonsall, daii-riiter of ll.-nry 
Lummis Bonsai! of IMiiladelpliia. lie died Noveml>er •;. 
1856 - V 1-154 

Henry S. Patterson graduated at the University of Pennsylvnnitt in ISTtti. 
He was a physician and professor of the Medical School of the I'niversity of 

Pennsylvania. 

V-45 Children of William and l-llizah^'t h v^tnart < Henderson. 

IV-liKh 

a Elizaht4li Phillipson. horn -Inn.' ^. 17!'!l. died Fel»- 
ruarv 8. 1800. 



56 THE BULL FAMILY 

b Christopher Stuart, born January 28, 1801, lost at sea 
about 1820. 

c Mary Ann, born July 31, 1802, died February 13, 
1872. 

d William, born May 18, 1805, died August 28, 1840. 

e John Graff, born November 9, 1808, married ^lay 18, 
1810, Phebe Ann Ashbridge, born November 28, 1813, near 
AVest Chester, Pennsylvania, and died March 28, 1891. He 
died September 22, 1883 - VI-155 

Jolin G. Henderson was a merchant and lived at Harrisburg, Pennsyl- 
vania. 

f Martha Patterson, born October 3, 1811, died in De- 
cember, 1890, unmarried. 

Sixth Generation 

VI-1 Children of David and Sarah (Hughes) Rittenhouse. 

V-l-a 

a Hannah Hughes, born about 1802, married October 
13, 1858, Judge Alexander Jordan of Sunbury, Pennsyl- 
vania, who died October 5, 1878. She died July 21, 1895. 
No issue. 

Alexander .Jordan T\'as District Judge S3 years. 

b Benjamin Franklin, born in Milton, Pennsylvania, 
August 7, 1805, married (1) in 1829, Isobel Laurie, daugh- 
ter of James Laurie, a Scotch Presbyterian clergyman of 
Washington, D. C - - --- VII-1 

Married (2) October 15, 1835, Henrietta Waring David- 
son, daughter of James Davidson, cashier of Metropolitan 
Bank, Washington, D. C. born March 31, 1916. He died 
in 1883 : -- VII-2 

Benjamin Franklin Rittenhouse was appointed clerk in the Treasury 
Department, Washington, D. C, in -June, 1819, when he was not quite four- 
teen years old, and continued in office (with the exception of a short time, 
having resigned his position) until 188.3, the year of his death. Part of the 
time he was chief clerk of the Register's Bureau. He was appointed by 
.Joseph Xourse, the first Register of the Treasury, who had married his great 
aunt, Maria Bull, and who had been made Register by President Washington. 
It was at Dr. Laurie's house in Washington that the original manuscript of 
th.e "Lay of the Last Minstrel'' was burned during a fire there. Isobel 
Laurie was a first cousin to Sir Walter S'cott. 

c Mary Eli.zabeth, married November 1, 1837, Abraham 
Brewer Shuman of Maryland. He died April 10, 1851, in 
the City of David, Chiriqui, New Granada. She died 
March 20, 1890 _..VIL3 

d Emily Josepha, married Rev. David Hull, D. D., of 
Milton, Pennsylvania, son of William and Hannah (]Marr) 
Hull* - - - -.-- VII-4 

*Rev. Benjamin Hull came to America from England in 1640. His grandson Benjamin, 
born in 17.50, was the grandfather of Rev. David Hull. William Hull, his father, was born 
July 17, 1771. The brothers and sisters of Rev. David Hull were Tom, Price, and Alec, Hannah 
M. married a Slater, and Susan M. married a McCarty. 



'I'lIK I'.l 1.1, I'A.MII.V 57 

I' ( 'li.irli's lldwiii, iii;irrir(| Scptrtuhcr H. I *> tl . Sarah 

Miilil(l;i, (l;iii'^lilcr of S;iiiiiir| ;iii(| l.ydiji ( .\i'\vIm)I.| i Wliitall 

of ( Icorj^clowii, IJ. C;. Ill' died uhout l.S.SO. Sll<-di'd M.ir.f: 

l^O, 1S!)12 VI f. 5 

(li.irlis iMlwiii K'ii ii'mIkhinc wimi im ( ii-iii'k;<-i<>\vii fiiur ycnr* afivr ' 

liiiilhii-, lirMJjiiiiiii !■'. Killfiilii>ii.si', went Id WiiMliiiiKloii. Ili- I..-. 

(lent of tile CliiiMiliiT (if ('(iiimii'iTc, (ii>(ii'i;i-lii\vii, iiliil iiIkii i,t  
Ikuisc of KiltcTil sc. h'owliT ,V ( 'o. of WiiHliiiiKtori. Siiimii'l Wlir 

W.'l>; .11 • • Ucllr\ 111' ', (;l■^|■^'(■llp^vll, wllirll oil Ili.H lll'llltl Wt'Ht tO hlM fl«UK>ller, 

S;i riih .M . Kill cnliiniM', 

I •Inliii 1 1 iiii'lics, liiini in 1 S'J.'), iiKiiTii'd in Si-pfi-nilMT, 
1S47. .I;iii(' L. Siiiiontiiii, (hiiii^lilcr nf lion. W. I,. Siiiioritoii, 
M. I)., of I loliiicslicrg, rcniisyl\iini;i. lie dii-d in Noveiii- 
hrv. ISf)!} VII-O 

• loliii lliifilics Uilli'iilidiisc WHS ■,\ (•Ic|-;;yiii;in of llir ('re)il>)'(t<rinn Churrh. 
Si'o A|i|)('iulix. 

g' (Foiii' cliildi'cn died in inr;inc\-; im rci-itcd.) 

\l-'2 Childi'fii ol' Miclijicl ;ind .\l;ii'\' ' !> it tciili(iiisr Xoiirsi-. 

V-M) 

a Elizaliclli liiltcnlionsc. iMirn .);iniiai-\' •"'. l^ni'. dird 
.I;iini;ii'y ;!0, 1S02. 

b John Kitteiiliouse. lioi-ii Scpli'inhri- 1, Iso:!. iiuiiTifd 
(1) .luiic 13, lS2i\ Elizal)idli Skinnn-. djiii.trldrf i^\' lu'V. 
leliahod L. Skimicr of Wasliiiiiitou. I). (,'.. liorn in Nuftli 
Coventry, Connecticut. ()ctol)er 24, 1803, died at Washini:- 
1on. 1). C. September 6, 1829 \'ll 7 

^AFarried (2) November 17. 1830, Lncreliji Colt Skinnn- 
(sister of first wife), boi'n March 18, 181)7. and dirij at 
AVashington. I). C, January 25, 1872. lie died April 7, 
1871, at Washington, D. C VII-8 

c James. ])orn April 30. 180."). mairird Octobei- 1. 1^2!>. 
Sarali North Harvey, daughter of Samuel Harvey of .\lil- 
roy. Pennsylvania, born Alav 18. 1810. and dird Frbriiarv 
15, 1871 '  \'[I-!» 

James Nourse was a clcrtryniiin of tlic Presbyterinn Churrh. 

d Benjamin Franklin, born April 15, 1807. marrird 
January 3. 1832. Jose])liiu(' Stansbur\'. who was boi-n De- 
cember 10. 1813. and died September 27. 18t)5. He died at 
Key West. Florida, of yellow fever. May 1!), 1836 VII-10 

Boii.ianiin Franklin Xonrse graduated as B. A. in ISl'.'i ut .lelTerson Col- 
lege, and as M. D. at the Mediral Society, Washington, D. C. in ISl';). Was 
appointed Acting Assistant Surgeon, U. S. Navy. 

e ^rary P]iillii)s. lioru April 12. 1809, died XoviMubn- M. 
1844. unnuirried. 

f Sarah Harriet, born -January 2i'. L^^ll. married in 
1833. George W. Stettiniiis. son of Sam F>ndredy and Mary 
Ann (Hornaliowitz) Stettiniiis, born March 18, ISjO. Sh.- 
died June 10. 1839 VI I-ll 

After death of Sarah TT. Stettinius. George W. Stettinius married Caro- 
line licland and had two daughters. 



58 THE BULL FAMILY 

g William, born October 23, 1812, married September 
15, 1840, Isabella Lucretia Bond of Abington, Maryland, 
born December 19, 1821. He died March 2, 1892 VII-12 

li Anna Josepha, born October 21, 1814, married Octo- 
ber 4, 1837, Assistant Surgeon Charles Augustus Hassler, 
TJ. S. Navy, who was born February 2, 1810, and who was 
drowned November 27, 1846, near Fisher's Island, Long 
Island Sound, in the wreck of the Steamer Atlantic. She 
died June 17, 1885_._ _ __ _ _.. VII-13 

Charles Augustus Hassler graduated as A. B. from Rutgers College, and 
as- A. M. and M. D. from the University of Pennsylvania. Was appointed from 
New York, Assistant Surgeon, U. S. Navv, November 4, 18-3'4; Past Assistant 
Surgeon, .Julv 12, 18-39; Surgeon, .July 22, 1,S44. Served as follows: 18.'54-183o 
U. S. S. "Vandalia"; 18.38-18.39, on waiting orders; 1840-1841, Navy Yard, 
Washington, D. C. ; 1812, U. S. S. "Delaware"; 184.3, on leave; 1844, IJ. S. S. 
"Decatur"; 1845, U. S. S. "Falmouth" in the Mexican War. 

i Charles Howard, born December 1, 1816, married (1) 
October 14, 1841, Maria Robertson of Rockville, Maryland, 
who died November 11, 1847.___ __VII-14 

]\Iarried (2) March 5, 1849, Elizabeth Jane (Henderson) 
Peter, widow of John Park Custis Peter of Washington, 
D. C. She was born in 1811 and died April 20, 1877. He 
died July 12, 1876 :- VII-15 

Charles Howard Nourse graduated from .Jefferson College in 1835. During 
the Civil War he was arrested as a spy, but was released. Elizabeth Jane 
Henderson was the daughter of the Henderson who 'was a professor at 
William and Mary College, and who had been a member of the House of 
Burgesses of Virginia ; and of Elizabeth Hamilton, daughter of Earl Robert 
Hamilton, Duke of Black Hall, Scotland, direct descendant of Robert the 
Bruce. 

j Joseph Everett, born near Washington, D. C, April 
17, 1819, married December 12, 1841, Sarah Wright of 
Georgetown, D. C, who was born August 21, 1821, and died 
June 1, 1892. He died October 8, 1889, at Washington, 
D. C -. - --- -VII-16 

.Joseph Everett N'ourse graduated at .Jefferson College in 1837; was prin- 
cipal of Rittenhouse Academy, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in 1840: was pro- 
fessor of Ethics and English studies at the U. S. Naval Academy, 18.i0-1864; 
was commissioned Professor of Mathematics in the U. S. Navy in 1864; was 
on duty at the Naval Observatory, 186.5-1880. He was licensed to preach in 
the Presbyterian Church in 1849 and held services at Fort Adams, Rhode 
Island, during the Civil War, also later in the District of Columbia, and in 
Virginia. He was the U. S. renresentative at the International Geographic 
Congress at Paris, France, in 1875. He published several professional books. 

k David Boyd, born October 29, 1820, died October 15, 
1821. 

1 Henry Michael, born September 25, 1824, married 
September, 1846, Cora Stansbury. who was born August 
8, 1826, and died December 8, 1879. He died October 16, 
1868 - .- -: VII-17 

Henry Michael Nourse gi'aduated at Yale Colleg-e and at Yale Law School. 
Practiced law at Lafayette, Indiana, where they lived. 

m (Three children died in infancy, unnamed.) 



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VI-4 Children of William 



and Marllia .M. (Siiiitln Davison. 

V--J-a 

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a Anna Augusta, liorn A|u-il 7, 
1802. 

b John Sniitli Hull. \)ov\i DimtiuIxt >. l>u:^. hapti/fil 
July 21. 1808, married in lS2i;, .Mary Kltiiiirc Hit.', daiiirh- 
ter of ]\[ajor Isaac and .\nn 'runslall Mani'X' llitc of 
"Belle Grove." lie died in 1874 VIIH 

.John Smith ]5nll Davison atttMidod Wiiichi'stov .Vraileiny. wh»>rp hp was 
prepared for college, and at the atre of 1!> entered William and Msiry C"»IIogi>. 
He was called home after being there a year, liy the deatli of bis father, the 
care of the family reciuirins' him. lie studied law witli the tirin of Tiirker i^- 
Holmes at AVineliester and entered the bar in ISl'."!. In 1S:.".» he moved to .i 
farm named ''The Forest" on the Shenandoah Kiver, a traet of ltNH> aeres, 
which Ma.ior Isaac Hite Siive to liis daughter on her marriage. Il was pan of 
the original tract called the Y'ostHite (iraiit. He was .lustiee of the Peaco 
from ISl'O to the time of his death, except during the Civil War: was High 
Sheriff in IStO to IS.".! : and was in the State Legislature lS::t;.l,>s;7 1S42-1S4:{. 
IstJd-lscT. 



60 THE BULL FAMILY 

c Edward Jaquelin, born at Ambler Hill, May 24, 1805, 
baptized July 21, 1805, married February 11, 1835, Eleanor 
Conway Baldwin, daughter of Dr. Cornelius C. (Sr.) and 
Nelly Conway (Hite) Baldwin, born March 31, 1810, and 
died August 10, 1849. He died September 1, 1848 _ VII-19 

Edward Jaquelin Davison, after several years residence at Cedar Grove, 
moved to Cole County, Missouri, and lived on a farm. Both died at .Jefferson 
City, Missouri. 

d Maria Louisa, born May 1, 1808, baptized July 21, 
1808, married in 1838 or 1839, Isaac Fontaine Hite, who 
was born May 7, 1807, and died in 1887. She died March 
24, 1889 VII-20 

e William Armstrong, born at '^ Ambler Hall," Win- 
chester, Virginia, August 20, 1810, baptized July 21, 1811, 
married August 29, 1838, Ann Alexander Caldwell, daugh- 
ter of Judge Alexander and Eliza Jane (Halstead) Cald- 
well of Wheeling, now AVest Virginia, born June 2, 1813, 
died November 29, 1899. He died January 6, 1871.. VII-21 

William Armstrong Davison was educated in Virginia and graduated as 
M. D. from the University of Pennsylvania, in 1S34. He practiced medicine 
and was a druggist at Winchester, Virginia. In 1840 he moved with his family 
in company with his iDrother, Alexander McDonald Davison, to .Jefferson City, 
Missouri, where both practiced medicine for several years. William H. Davi- 
son bought large farms in Cole and Saline Counties, Missouri, and for some 
time lived in Saline County, but before his death returned to Jefferson City, 
where he and his wife both died. .Judge Alexander Caldwell, born November 
1, 1774, was judge of the United States Court at Wheeling, and died there in 
1837. Eliza .Jane Halstead was a native of Perth Amboy, Iv'ew Jersey. 

f Sarah Jaquelin, born March 29, 1812, baptized July 
21, 1812, died November 29, 1812, at Winchester, Virginia. 

g Alexander Macdonald, born December 28, 1813. bap- 
tized July 21, 1814, married (1) in 1838. Matilda Madison 
Hite, who was born in 1819 and died October 2, 1853 VII-22 

Married (2) December 12, 1855, Mary Catherine Powell, 
daughter of Thomas William and Clarissa (Chesley) Powell, 
born in 1830. He died March 5, 1889. ..VII-23 

Alexander Macdonald Davison moved to Jefferson City, Missouri, in 1856, 
and from there to Saline County, Missouri, in 1857, returning to .Jefferson 
City in 1868. Thomas William Powell died in Henderson County, Kentucky, 
Januarv 6, 1853. Clarissa Chesley Powell died in Saline County, Missouri, 
in 1867.* 

VI-5 Children of Robert and Eliza B. (Smith) Mills. V-2-b. 

a Sarah Zane, born August 27, 1811, married May 16, 
1835, John Evans, M. D., of New Hampshire, who was born 
February 14, 1812, and died April 13, 1861. She died at 
Longview, Texas, September 26, 1894 ....VII-24 

John Evans was the son of Judge Richard Evans of the Supreme Court of 
New Hampshire, born at Portsmouth, N. H. He graduated at Bowdoin Col- 
lege, Massachusetts. He received the degree of M. D. from St. Louis Medical 
College. He was on survey of Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa and N'ebraska with 
Dr. David Dale Owen, as physician and geologist. He discovered and 

*After the death of Mrs. William Davison, the children were placed in care of the grand- 
mother, except Maria Louisa, who went to her aunt at Frederick, Maryland. 



'nil-: I'.ri.h i-.\.\iii,y 61 

(Icscrilii'il (li'positH (if rosHilN in llii< lliid l.iiiiils cif N'i-lirn«kn, Aft>' >« 

ill chiirKt' "I (icdliiKii'iil Survey in Oiti;ipii iitiil WiiMliinulnn, nml lu ,. 'If 

VMS ffcdloKisI I'f ihc ( 'liii'ii|iii l':.\|iriliiioii, iHtliiiiiiN of I'nriniiiB. Lived at 

hontjvicw, 'I'cMis, ulii'i'c liK (lii'd. 

I) .l;i(|iii'liii Siiiilli. Im)|-ii ill I "^ 1 I , iii.'irrii'd St-plftiilM-r 
17. 1S:{;5. I"](l\\;ii'(l .\l;i\iMs riiiillilon ol' \' ir|/iiii;i, who wan 
lioni M;iy '_'4, 1S();1. ;iihI ilird in ( )cl<)licf. ]S')H. Sin- iWn] 
ill IS.")!). \() issue. 

]\T;ify rowcll, lioni •l;iiiii.ir> 11, l"^lt), iii;ii-|-ir(| Apiil 
2.'), IS;?."). ;il W'nsliiimloii. I ). ( '.. .\ 1c\,iiiiI<t I )iiiiit i-y. son of 
.\ii(]i'i';i ;iii(l .M.-iriniiiic ('clcstc i|)r;ii'S' himitfy. l)oi-ii in 
New Orlcjiiis, L()iiisi;iii;i, l-'clifiin i\- (i. ISD."). ;iiii| ilit-d tln-n- 
.lanuiiry 'M), 1888. She died duly 1.'). 18!)4. at .X.-w Orlraii.s Vn-2r, 

.Mixaiiilir Diinitry Ki'ii'liii'tivl frdiii (iOorK<'l(iwii, I). ('., Ciilli-i;"', nrid in 
ISliT it'iciv cil (Ic^rrcc of IJi.D. fioiii siiiiH-. He wiis tlir tirst Kii--Ii~li .ililor of 
the New Orleiiiis Bee; first Stiite Siiperinteii<lciil of I'nlili ion of 

LouisiiUiii : in lS'."i!> wiis ;ii)i)ointe(l Minister of the United Sliil' ' Hi Kicn 

and NiearjiKUii, resisninj; on tlic (HilbreMk of secession liy Loiii^imiu ; wim 
Assistant Postmaster Gener.il nf I he ronfederacy at Hicdiinoiid, Viririnln. Ilr 
was buried from the C'hnrcli of the Tmniaeulato Conception at New OrleanN. 
Ijouisiana. .\ndrea Diniitry was a native of the Ishind of Hydra in tho 
Grecian .\r(diii)eUiKo. 

d A SOU. uiiuauifd (stilllioi'ii ) . I )rcriiiliir II. 1^17. 

e Anna Siiiitli, born in 18111, nianicd iu 1^-').'). l-'oi-tu- 
natus Cosby of Philadelphia. She died duur :;(i. isiij. N,, 
issue. 

f Jo]iu S^mith. boni Septeiubcr 1:'.. ISi'i). died duly IJ. 
1822. 

g Virginia, l)orn in 182(i, died in 1844. 

VI-G Children of An^nstine C. and Fdizabcth I). ^ .Mauiil / Smith. 

V-2-e 

a Marv Thurston, l)orn August 21, 1812. died dun.- 28. 
1818. 

b Anne Magill, born Febi-uary l-"^, 1814. died August 
25, 1815. 

c John Augustine, born Scpteiiihci' 7. ISI."). died uimiar- 
ried June 7, 1875. 

John Augustine Smith graduated in medicine at Philadelphia Medical 
School and practiced medicine at Morgan City. Louisiana. Ho was on n Sun- 
day School excursion in Vermillion Bay, and was either pushed ofT or fell 

into the water and was drowned. 

d Maria Davison, born February 4. 1817, dii-d Junr 2ti. 
1818. 

e Elizabeth Augusta, born Xoveiiibcr 4. 1818. inarri.'il 
September 27. 18:'>8. at Coluiiibia. South Carolina. Cor- 
nelius Haldwin llite, horn March 21. 1818. and di.-d No- 
vember 25, 1841. She died :\rareh 20. 1900 VI 1-26 

Cornelius Baldwin Hite graduated at the University of Virsinin I.nw 
School and practiced law. He was Captain of the Volunteer Compsinv of 
riflemen, in Frederick County, Virginia. "While hunting and when olirabinff 
over a fence, his gun was accidentally discliarged and kille<l liini. 

f Josepha Xourse. born :\rareh iM). 1820. marrietl April 
11, 1844. Leonard FUiiiaker Swartzwehler of rennsylvania. 



62 THE BULL FAMILY 

who died in 1865 of grief and privation after close of Civil 
War. She died February 14, 1895 _ VII-27 

He was a hardware merchant at Winchester, Virginia. 

g Sidney Frances, born September 25, 1821, died young. 

h Rebecca Boyd, born December 21, 1822, married Octo- 
ber 24. 1850, John Marshall of Virginia, son of James 
Markham and Hester (Morris) Marshall, born June 27, 
1804, and died September 18, 1855 .VII-28 

John Marshall was appointed Midshipman in the U. S'. Navy January 1, 
1818, Lieutenant, March .3, 1827. Resigned September 18, ia38. He served 
as follows: 1819-1821, U. S. S. "Guerrieve" ; 1822-1824, U. S. S "Frank- 
lin"; 1825, on leave; 1826, Navy Yard, Norfolk, Virginia; 1827, on waiting 
orders and leave; 18.31-18.33, U. S. S. "Concord"; 18.34-1837, on waiting 
orders. After his resignation he settled in Bdgemont, Virginia, where he 
was known as "Navy John". He is buried at Leeds Churchyard, Parquier 
County, Virginia. In 1916 Rebecca Boyd Marshall was living at Maysville, 
Kentucky, v 

i Mary Ann, born July 19, 1824, married October 1, 
1856, Dr. Adam Clarke Swartzwelder of Lancaster, Penn- 
sylvania. She died in 1876 at Waco, Texas, and is buried 
there VII-29 

Adam Clarke Swartzwelder was in the Federal Army during the Civil 
War. He settled on a plantation named "Boscobel". 

j Charles Magill, born January 10, 1826, married Kath- 
erine Stirling of Franklin, Louisiana. He died November 
7, 1901, at Franklin, Louisiana...... VII-30 

Cliarles Magill Smith graduated from the College of Physicians and Sur- 
geons at Philadelphia, and practiced medicine at Franklin, Louisiana, until his 
death. He was a surgeon in the Confederate Army during the Civil War. 

k Augustine Jaquelin, born May 2, 1828, married at 
Falling Spring, Virginia, December 4, 1855, Elizabeth Bad- 
inger Morgan, daughter of Jacob and Mary Jaquelin 
(Smith) Morgan, born August 3, 1827, and died May 20, 
1902. He died September 5, 1903 VII-31 

Augustine Jaquelin Smith was a Major in the Quartermaster's Depart- 
ment of the Confederate Army until the surrender of Appomatox. He after- 
wards received the degree of LL.D. from a college in Texas. He was presi- 
dent of the Maryland Agricultural College. 

1 Anna Jaquelin, born August 3, 1831, married Colo- 
nel William Augustine ^Morgan of the 1st Virginia Cav- 
alry, son of Jacob and Mary Jaquelin (Smith) Morgan, 
born March 30, 1831. and died February 14, 1899. She 
died in 1874 VII-32 

William Augustine Morgan commanded a troop of cavalry at the out- 
break of the Civil War and afterwards commanded the regiment. He was of 
fine personal appearance, "A good, brave and determined officer, respected by 
his men and loved by his fellow officers, he went through the Civil War". 
There hangs on the wall of the house of his daughter, Mrs. Henry Clay 
Getzendammer, at Charles Town, West Virginia, a canteen which C'olonel 
Morgan carried through four hundred battles and skirmishes in the Civil 
War, once said to have contained a drink called "Old Rebel's Apple .Jack". 
See Appendix. 

m Maria Louisa Hite, born February 4, 1833, married 
in 1857, George W. Jackson of Ironton, Ohio. She died in 
1863 VII-33 



Till'; l!l I.L I'AMII.V 63 

II A n-liil>;il(l Mjiuill. Imiiii .\l;iy 17. is:},'). inarr-ii-i| |)f>cciii- 
licr 1I>, 1S(17, ill Wiiiilicsiri-. \'ir^Miiiii. Mjiry I'.ollinu' Mm*- 
(litli, (laii^liliT ol' l>r\ \\illi:iiii ( 'lii|-l<.s(iii Mini I'ofulloiita.H 
( Holliiij^) .Mcivdiih. I). I) VI[-:U 

Ai-cliiliuM i\Iii«:ill Siiiilli. i;ni<liiiili-.l M. A. iit llic I'lilviTnily of VtrKinla. 
w.iN iuliiit; <'iii>l,iiii (if 'riii>oi.Mii|)liiiMl I'liiKiiiiiTH ill ilir ('oiifi-di'rnlr Amiy ; wa* 
riiundi'r dl' SlifMiiiidiiiili \'iilli>.v A<M(lriii.v iit WiiirlicNtcr, VirKinin, and wa« 

liriiicipiil of llic I'diiiilc liislilulc ^il W'iiiclii'slcr. 

o All'rcd.i Ann Tiickir, Imhii I )irciiilMT 17. \<\~. iiihi*- 
ricd ;i1 ('hrisi ('hiirch. Wiisliiip^loii. |). ( '., I )t'c»-iiiltfr l!>, 
1S()7, ( icor^c W. .I;i('ks(»ii (si'i-uihI w ilC. , -111(1 sister ut" his first 
wife) ( \'l-(;-iii) \'ll :'. 

\'i-7 ( 'liil(li-('ii of (Icor^'c AV. .-md Mdw.ird .1. II. SiiuiIm .Mur- 
dock. V-2-}; 

ii (iroriic Potts, liorii in iSlli, dird iiiini.in-iid in 1^72. 

1) Joliii Sniilli, Itoni in ISlS, m.-irrird in l^^tl'. I'lnima 
AViilliicc, djiii^lilcr of Andrew Wiillace of ( 'nliiinlii;!. South 
Caroliiiii. horn in lSl'L\ and died in 1SS7. ili' died in IS.'O V[[-.'Wi 

YT-S ( Miildrcn of .lames M. and i'Mward -1. II. i Smit li Mnrdoek j 
Daniel. ^--S 

a Kiclun-d Potts, lioi'ii Auiiiisl lit. 1,S2S, married '1) 
Octolter 1, 1S")S, Isolx'l Mai\y Feniaiide/. who was horn No- 
vember 2, lS8(i. and died October 12, 1866 \'l I-:{7 

Married (2) March 19, 1868. Evelvii -lane Kernandez, 
horn March 2, 1846, died July 20, 187!). No issue. 

Married (8) Anpmst 4. 188(1. Ella (i. Christopher. Itoi-n 
:\[ay 10, 1860. He'died April 16. l!)!."). She is still liviu},'. 
No issue. 

Kicliai'il Tdtts Daniel was li(iru in Culuiiiliia, S. C, l)ut moved to Florida 
with his ])aieiits in the year 1S47. After Kratluatiiii: in niediciiif nt the ("ni- 
versity of Pennsylvania he entered the Ignited States Navy in 1S.'"(4 ns ii.Hsist- 
ant surgeon of the sloop of war ''San .lacinto'', and was in the N'livy for more 
than five years, ernisins aronnd the world. He was ahoard the l'. S. war 
vessel whieh took Connnissioner Townsend Harris to .lajian to ri>nsuininat«> 
the treaty negotiated hy Commodore Perry with that eoiintry. opeiiiiis up its 
ports to the commerce of the world, and more especially with the rnitod 
States of America. 

He spent some time in China, .lapan. India, Ceylon, and the I'hilii'i>iii>-< 
and could converse interestingly and intelligently regarding those c 
Returning to Florida shortly before the Civil War, at its oiitlireak he 
his services to his State, and enlisted in the Confederate Army ns sursrtMi "t 
the Eighth Florida Regiment, He served throughout the four years of the 
war, and was with Lee's army at the final surrender at .Vppomatox. .Vfter 
the surrender he spent several years in Urazil. making a special study of 
fevers peculiar to tropical countries. Later on he resumed the pructice of hi« 
profession in .Tacksonville, Florida, and soon ac(|«ired a large practice, in 
which he continued for more than forty years in that community. 

During the yellow fever epidemic of ISSS, ])r. DHiiiel reniiiined at his post 
of duty, and gave the liest that was in him, to alleviate the sufferines of 
hundreds of the unfortunate victims of that dreadful scourge. At the chise of 
the epidemic, when the first State Hoard of Health was organized, Dr. I>aniel 
became its first president, and held that otVice for a niimber of years. He 
served as president and also as chief of statV of St. Luke's Hi>spilnl. .Farkson- 
ville. Florida, and also as president of the Florida Medical .\s-.oci;itioii. and 
Dnval County Medical Society, for several years, and was honorary president 
of each of said bodies at the time of his death. .\t this time he was also 
senior warden of St. John's Episcopal Church, .fncksonville. Florida, whieh 
position he had held for many years. He was also Coinninnder of K. K. I.ee 



64 THE BULL FAMILY 

Camp Xo. 58, Confederate A^eterans, having been reelected to this office many 
times. Dr. Darnel's life was an unusually long one. and was one of unselfish 
and unremitting service to his fellow men. 

Dr. Daniel's father was descended from an old South Carolina familv one 
of his ancestors, Governor Robert Daniel, being one of the colonial governors 
of that State. His mother was a member of the old and well-known Smith 
family of Virginia, and was descended also from the French familv of La 
Roche Jaquelin. 

b James Jaquelin, born August 14, 1832, married May 
22, 1860, Emily Isobel L 'Engie, who was born November 7, 
1842, and died June 13, 1915. He died October 2, 1888... VII-38 

c "\\"illiam Augustine, born September 18, 1834, married 
December 16, 1864, Anna Margaret L 'Engle. who was born 
June 16, 1848, and died February 10. 1901. He died April 
7, 1909. No issue. 

d Sarah Cornelia, born December 18, 1836, married ]^Iay 
15, 1861, John Claudius L 'Engle. who was born October 
22, 1840, and died September 9. 1914. She died October 
13. 1901 .: VII.40 

VI-9 Children of John B. D. and Elizabeth (Peyton) Smith. 

V-2-i 
a Son, died in infancy. 

VI-10 Children of Charles J. and Eebecca (Morris) Xourse. V-3-b 

a Mary Josepha, born October 16, 1817, died unmarried 
March, 1908. 

b Caroline Eebecca, born June 13. 1819, married Feb- 
ruary 2. 1848, Bladen Dulaney. She died July 27, 1893, at 
Mount Alban, D. C VII-41 

Bladen Dulaney, born in Virginia. August 16, 1793, was appointed Mid- 
shipman in the U. S. Navy from the District of Columbia, Mav 18, 180fl. Com- 
missioned Commander, March 5, 1831, and Captain, September 8, 1S41. He 
died at Mount Alban, Washington, D. C, December 26, 1856. His service was 
as follows: 1814, U. S. S. "Lawrence" and Lake Erie Station; 1815, U. S. S. 
'•Spitfire"; 1817, U. S. S. "Independence"; 1819, U. S. S. "Guerriere"; 
1826, 17. S. _S. "Brandywine" ; 1827, on waiting orders; 1828, U. S'. S. 
"-Java": 1829-1836, on leave and waiting orders; 1844, commanding Receiv- 
ing Ship at ^'ew York; 1.845, on waiting orders; 1846, IT. S. S. "Cumber- 
land"; 1847-1851, on waiting orders. The U. S. S. "Cumberland" was flag- 
ship of Commodore Conner at the commencement of the Mexican War, while 
Captain Dulaney commanded her. 

c Louisa, born September 29, 1820. married October 6, 
1846. Charles Weyman Forrest, who was born March 18, 
1802, and died January 31, 1883. She died June 12, 1851....VII-42 

Charles W. Forrest was a clerk in the Treasury Department from date 
of appointment by President Andrew -Jackson until his death. 

d John, born October 25, 1821, died August 11, 1822. 

e Rosa Morris, born October 10, 1823, died unmarried 
in 1903. 

f Charles Joseph, born June 23, 1825, married (1) in 
1849, ]\Iargaret Kemble of New York, who died December 
12. 1883 VII-43 

Married (2) August 12, 1885, Anne Carroll Simpson of 
Smithfield, Isle of Wight County, Virginia. He died in 
1906 ....VII-44 



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iX i'h(,rlir I 'I'lllijrrldli ANtiris, linril I ).-rrri|l>.T K, I82fi 

(lifil iiiiiii.-irriril, .\|;irr|i l:i, is.")!). 

Il .Ijllllrs r.liril, h(ini ScplrilllnT I -> , ] ^2H. 

,, "'• ''^'"', ■'' \\ ' "' I'i'iiii, Ciisiiiiiiva l'...sici|-ri,-.>, Kiiri|iii,.r Cmtuiy, Virilnis 

ill' ",is il cl.rk III the Win- l)c|mil iiiciit, VViiHliiiii;t..ii, |H.'i;- IN.VS. 

i l"]li/;il)('l II, lioiii .l.iiiii.iiy ].;. l^:;i. iii;in-i«(| Xovmilirr 
l-">. IS..!). ('Ii.irlcs (';irroll Siimiis. uIki \\;i.s lioni in StalVonl 
("oiiiily. \'ir<4iiii;i. .Mjiivli :',[), 1824, and dird in (ujorK^'towii 
J). C, DccciuIht 18, 1884 VrF-l.') 

Cliinlis (arrdll Siiiiiiis wiis a clerk in the llciillli OfTicu nt W 
l>. <'.. .illir llic ( ivil Will- until liis (leiitli. He wiis Ix.rn in, iipp.. 
iind a cilizcn n( \i i ;;iiii,i. M idshipniim U. H. .Niivv, Ortol.fr !l l>- d 

Miilsliiimiaii, .Inly L', isj.",: .M.islcr, .lnnimry 1."., l.shl; Mftiirnnnl 1' 

IN.M: (lisniissiil, April I'l*. ISIil. His rcsiKniilinn iil tin. I.rciikini; hi- 

Civil War was nut acccplcd. His service was as fnllows: IHIO IM '^ 

■• I'oloniac", Brazil Slatinn: IM.'i-l.SM, l'. S. S. "Triixtiin" special -• 
1S-I.-1, Xaval Schodl, J'hila(lelplii;i ; ISKI-ISIS, IT. H. S. ' ' Mariiin" ', c 
Africa: 1 S^ ! »• 1 ,S.">0, Coast Snrve.v dul.v, I'acific I'nast ; IMol- m.'.!', {'. S. >•■ 
••Mjissachusetts", Pacific coast; l.S.-.;!-l,S.-|4, Xav.v Yard, WasiuMKloii. I' ' 
1N.i.>, Xaval Rendezvous, Philadelphia; l.»«'."(i- l.STi", coniiiiandiiii; I' > .-i 
•Utdeaso", special service; IST.S, U. S. steam frii;ate ' ' .Mcrriinac" ',' Purine 
St.it ion; IS.i!)^ V , S. steam frigate " AFinnesota ", Kast India .S.|iiadr..n; I.S«M|. 
ISC.l, Xavy Yard, Washington. Confederate service as follows: Appoint..*! 
from Yirsinia, Lieutenant Yirsinia Xav.v; .Tune lo. l.st;]. First liifuti-nniit 
C. S. Nav.v; October 2."!, 1S(12, First Lieutenant to rank from October 2, lS»;i»; 
June 2, 1.SC.4, First Lieutenant Provisional Xjivy to rank from .liine 2. ISJU; 
l.St.l, Xavy Yard, Xorfolk, and Potomac Kiver defenses, Sli'am.T .St. Xicholas- 
L'<C>2, C. a. S'. Yirsinia, took part in battle in IFampton Koads, March S, 't^ 
1Sli2: October 2.".. C. S. S. ••Florida"; ^f<(■,n, Ordnance Foundrv. Seimn, 
Alabama; 1S(;;M,S(i4, C. S. S. "Raltic" ; LStU, comiiiandinc C. S. S. "Xash- 
ville", Mobile S(iuadron ; ].S(i.5, JLiy 4, surrendered; May ]'>, ISC.'., parobcl. 

.i TToiu'ietta Cordelia, boni NoYemhcr 21. ^A■V^. dii-d iiii- 

iiijirricd in November, 1870. 

k Israel Pem])ei'1oii. horn Ano'iist 17, 18:?(i, tlicd uiiiiuii-- 
ried July 28, 1861. of a wound ;it the l.;ittlr of I'.iiil K'lin, 
Virginia. 

He was in the Confederate States Army. 

Children of AVilliam R. and Sarah II. il!t»Yd/ Smith. 

V-4-a 

a Marv Eliza, born ^larcli 21), 1S27. inarrinl in I'l-oria, 
Illinois, June 29, 1864, Sainiicl .Ma.xnaid (iiiest. son of 
Charles and Cornelia Ciuesl of l)r\tii\ .\lii-hi«ran. boi-n in 
Erie, Pennsylvania, Oetol)er 18, 18;;:), di.-d August, I'JlG, 
at Danville. Illinois. She died January 27. I!tl2 '. VII-4(> 

Samuel ^Faynard Guest enlisted April 2;'., IStU, in 72nd Ulinois Volunlper 
Infantry, •'Chicago Board of Trade Refriment'', and served until the closo of 
the Civil War; was 1st Lieutenant of TOth V. S. Colored Infantry, nnti wn» 
Regimental Ad.jutaiit on duty in Louisiana under General .Ins. Stiu-ktun. 
Mary Eliza Smith was a nurse at the Union Hospital, Memphis, Tennrs.si>«>. 
during the Civil War, and was closely identified with •'.Mother Uii-kerdiko" 
in the (xayosa and other hospitals. He is buried at Uanville, Illinois. 

b John Boyd, born at Sunbury, Pennsylvania. Septem- 
ber 15, 1829, married September 1. 1864. Lueetta Howell, 
born April 20, 1840, at Peoria. Illinois. \\r dicil at Fn-sno, 
California, December 20. 189:>. She dii'd at Fresno, Mav 
19, 1917 VI 1-47 

.John Boyd S'mith graduated from Tjafnyette College with honor in 1S40. 
He moved with his famil.v to Fresno, California, from Peoria. Illinois. He 
and his wife are both buried in Peoria. 



66 THE BULL FAMILY 

c Rebecca Boyd, boru November 3, 1831, in Suubury, 
Pennsylvania, died at Clinton, Wisconsin, March 15, 1911, 
unmarried. 

d Elizabeth Lathy, born November 16, 1834, in Sun- 
bnry, Pennsylvania, died February 22, 1916, unmarried. 

e Anne Haines, born May 12, 1837, lives at Clinton, 
Wisconsin. 

VI-12 Children of Dr. Henry K. and Elizabeth Pt. (Boyd) Lathy. 

V-4-d 
a John Boyd, born July 4, 1827, married January 10, 
1864, Isabelle Fenton, daughter of Charles Jennings and 
Sarah A. (Montgomery) Fenton of Conneaut. Ohio, born 
March 4, 1846. He died May 31, 1901, at Upper Alton, 
Illinois - VII-48 

.John Boyd Latliy is buried at Upper Alton, Illinois. Isabelle Lathy is 
living in Pasadena, California. 

b William Kent, died at the age of 18 while at Shurtliff 
College, Upper Alton, Illinois. 

c Henry Godman, died at the age of 2 years. 

VI-13 Children of William T. and Katherine G. (Slater) Boyd. 

V-4-f 
a Rebecca, 
b Reuben H. 

c Josephine Headley, married Henry Reilly of Alton, 
Illinois. 

They have lived at Waikiki, Honolulu. 

cl James Slater. 

e Mary, married Charles Taggart. Both dead. 

f 1. John, died at San Diego, California, in 1907. 

2. AVilliam Thomas, died at Peoria, Illinois, in 1914..VII-49 

Mrs. W. T. Boyd, who lives in Peoria, Illinois, has the Bull-Boyd Bible 
which was given to her by her sister, Mrs. Reilly: letters from Tom Paine 
to a Bull; the cup and ladle that belonged to E. W. Bull; and a horn cup. 
She also has letters from Mrs. Rebecca (Boyd) Bull. 

VI-14 Children of Samuel F. and Maria J. (Boyd) Headley. 

V-4-g 

a John Boyd, born February 22, 1834, married Septem- 
ber 16, 1857, Helen Alason Thomas, who was born October 
22, 1833, and died February 6, 1907. He died August 6, 
1870 VII-50 

.John Boyd Headley, born at Berwick, Pennsylvania, moved to Morris- 
town, New .jersey, in 18.54. Was Superintendent of Construction of the 
Erie Railroad and afterwards was Freight Agent of the Erie Railroad at New 
York. In 1860 he moved to Peoria, Illinois, and engaged in banking business. 
In 1862 he returned to Morristown and in partnership with Hon. William P. 
Steele of Somerville, entered the banking business in New York. In 1866 he 
retired from business and engaged himself in the improvement of a large 
farm in the vicinity of Morristown. In 1867 was appointed Collector of In- 
ternal Revenue, which he held until his death, which occurred in a railway 
accident on .Vugust 6, 1870, at Jessy's Run on the Chesapeake and Ohio Rail- 
road, when on his way to Virginia Springs. 



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87 



I' r>rii.i;iiiiiii l''r.inkliii, Imrii ;il I '.cru ick, I 'rmisylvariia. 
M;iy L':>. is:;ii, iii,irrir,| M.iy L>(i, ls:,7. K'osiiiji .1, .\|.-( JMldrirk^ 
who \\;i,s horn in New ^dik ('ily Aii^misI L'S, l,s:5(i. ||.-<|ii-ii 
at Mon-islow n. New -li'isc.v . I )i'('«'iiiht'r 11, 1S77 N'II-.'jI 

Kiisiii.i .1. Mcidlry li\,s .11 I Cniii-I Street, Morristowti, Vnw .ItTm-y. 

(• ]OIi/.;ihfl h llo\-(l (known ;is I'.cssic Moyd , hoi-n Mav 
l!l. 1S4"_', married (li I )cccnihci' L'l, isi;]. .lanit-s N'irfoV 
I'x'nHcy, who was horn at lirooklyn, Xrw ^'ot•k. I )fcfiiiltcr 
14, 1S:>T, and died al Aloiristowii. New .In-sry. Oi-lohrc :{. 
l^^l ' \ 1 1 32 

.Mai'i'icd (-2) Jnnc 2S. ISS:^ S;,ylrs Jrnks liouvn. who 
was hoi'n al Scipio. Cayn^a County, .New ^'ork. Octohn- 
17. 1S1;>, and died at Washington. 1). ("., Dccrinhcr l(i. IS,^!). 
She (lied Xoveiiiber 25. 1!)04. 

 huncs Victor Hi'iitlcy was :i li<'\it ma iK in tlir l.'iih .\r\v .l.^rsfy Volun- 
lc<'rs in tli(> Civil War. 

Sayli's Jenks Kowcn was Cicrii I'. .S. Treasury Department, WnshinKton, 
1). ('., 1845-184.^; Commissioner of Poliee, 1). C., ISCl, iiiiil Disliursinu' Offieer 
I'oi- the V. S. Senate; Collector of Internal Kevemie, District of ('<iluinbia, 
1.SC.L', and Postmaster, WashinRton, D. C, 18ti:?. He was elected Mavi.r of 
AVasliinRton l.Sli.S and served two years. He was the first to esliiblish public 
schools for colored children in the city of Washington, and drew \i|) ordi- 
nances which afterwards beciime laws. The city authorities refusiiiR to obey 
the act of Congress re(|uirinfc them to pay a share of this school fund, Howen 
sustained them from his own private means, for nearly a year, expending 
over .HL'e.oilo (if his own money. He was a regent of the Smithsonian Institu- 
tion, and a |jhil.int Inopist, greatly interested in the amelioration of the colored 
race. 

(I Annie, Ikii'ii March 2."), 184r), died Kelifnary 24. ls.')4. 

e Charles, born January 25, 1850, died Kehruarv l-'! 
1854. 

YI-15 Children of Joseph Tl. and Josephine C. B. (Youii};) 
Nourse. \'-ti-a 

a Eli.zabetli. born in July or August. 1823, died in 1^58, 
uninarried. 

Elizabeth Xourse was scholar of hish ordci-. 

b Josephine, died on Easter Siinda.\-. 1872. uninai-ried. 
c Harriet, dicnl in 1851, uiiiiian-ie(L 

Vl-in Children of Jacob and ?]leanor (Skeen) Hatfield. V-7-a 
a I\a('liel, born Xovember 21, 1814. in Liiueriek Town- 
ship, Montgomery County, l*ennsylvaiiia. married Charles 
William Kuhnle, born January 27, 1814. at Somei-sheim. 
Germany, and died at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Deeem- 
ber n. 1887. She died at Phiia.ltdi.hia September l(i. l:)(>2 \'ll-5;j 

A^T-17 Children of Alexander and Henrietta i^ Davis) Ottiuirer. 

V-8-a 
a James Smith, born Mareh 1:!. 1>24, married I'aroliiie 
Hinkle, daughter of Garrett and Eli/ai)eth llinkle of Chest- 
nut Hill, Pennsylvania, born k'ebruar\' 4. 182t). and died 
December 10. lf)()2. He died January 10, 1!102. No issue. 

•lames Sniitli and {\iroline Ottinger are buried in Ivy Hill t cini'tery. 
Monnt Airey, Pennsylvania. He was a builder. 



68 THE BULL FAMILY 

b Anna Maria, born August 20, 1826, married March . 
5. 1846, Charles Huston, son of Alexander and Sarah Hus- 
ton of Chestnut Hill, Pennsylvania, born October 10, 1820, 
and died October 15, 1860. She died September 7, 1914.....-VII-54 

Charles and Ansa M. Huston are buried in Ivy Hill Cemetery, Mount 
Airey, Pennsylvania. 

c John, born May 19, 1828, died in infancy. 

d Amanda Fitz-AUan, born September 14, 1830, mar- 
ried Franklin Levering Smith, born December 20, 1821, and 
died April 4, 1898. She died December 19, 1899. No issue. 

Franklin Levering and Amanda Fitz-Allan S'mith are buried in Ivy Hill 
Cemetery, Mount Airey, Pennsylvania. 

e Anna Matilda, born September 18, 1834, died unmar- 
ried. . 

VI-18 Children of John and Isabella (Bull) Elliott, Jr. V-9-a 

a Sophia, born December 23, 1823, married August 4, 
1845, Harvey Shaw, who died October 12, 1888. She died 
January 7, i899....__ - _.....VII-55 

b Charles Jolly, born March 18, 1825, married April 11, 
1850, Rebecca Roberts Thomas, who was born July 31, 1827, 
and died January 16, 1904. He died February 24, 1861_._...VII-56 

VI-19 Children of Lewis G. and Sarah R. (Meredith) Bull. V-9-d 

a Isabella, born February 14, 1828, married James A. 
Darling, who died August 26, 1893. She died May 31, 
1905 -- - VII-57 

James A. and Isabella Darling are both buried at Mount Moriah ceme- 
tery, at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

b Sarah Mary Rush. 

c William Meredith, born February 17, 1840, married 
Ella Maty Shipps, who was born February 16, 1860, and 
died September 10, 1915. He died June 7, 1907.... VII-58 

William M. and Ella M. Bull are both buried at Harleigh Cemetery, 
Camden, Kew Jersey. 

d Lewis Gronow III, born June 27, 1843, died November 
4, 1881. 

Aa-20 Children of :Mordecai and Sarah (Bull) Stephens. V-9-h 

a Emetine, died July 22, 1916. 

b Isabella H. 

c Abiah. 

d Jeannette. 

e Sarah Bull, married Beerbower VII-59 

Lives in Elizabeth, New Jersey. 



■nil'; lil I.I, I'AMILV gg 

Vl-L'I ( 'hi 1(1 ivii of Dr. Ilriiry ,|rW. C. ;iii,| Aiiiijk S. M'.iill . Tiiwl- 
iii,^;'. \'.«l.i 

.•I Amii;i I lull, iii.irricd !•". 1 l.slun Tu.lil, I '.otii <|. •,•!•! 
issue. 

Tlii'V li\i(l :i( I'lirl Isniiirdy, I 'ciiimy Iviiiiiii, iiriir V'alli-y Koriti'. Hhi> wnn 

'li^ '^'•'' I "ill'. A son l.y lir.sl wife, ('liiirirK M. 'I'mld, Ih liviliK ut Kinjc of 

I'ru^siii. .MoiilydiniM-y (luiiily. I'cnri.sylviiiiiii. 

1> Xalliiiii. (lied ill iSTl^. \v;i.s a physician. 

\\':iK Killi'd ill ;iii :iiTiil. Ill willi :i I'li iiM way ImrKi'. 

!■ iiosc .M iili Ii'Ii1ici\l;-. ilicil II iini;i ri'ii'i I. 

'I llciiry. iii;irric(l ('l;ir;i SI iii'_:l ii IV. il.niM-litrr ut' W, |I. 

and .Mary (Kno.xj Siiniiliirr. Ilr wasa |iliysici;in. 

(■ (;('()r,uc Watci's. died .Juiu- 21, 11)15. 

l.ivrd ai llir K'iiiL;- n( Pnissiii, IMdnlfrdiil'Ty f'iiMli(>, I'mnsv Ivania 

I' Mlliii, iiiafi'icd Georg-e Scliall. 

(Tcuifrt' ScliiiU wa.s killed in a lailioail ac(i<liiit. Kllcii Scliall is livini; 
ill Xorristowii. \o issue. 

ii' K\;\. dii'(| iiiiiiian'icd. 

Ii .Ma\'. iiiiiiiarrii'd. Ii\cs in Xon-istown, Pennsylvania. 

\'r-'22 Children of John and l*]iucliiie (Bull; Adams. \'-lt-k 

a Charles Elliott, died in 1!)07 Vil-fJO 

b Emma, horn 1858, died in 1859. 

VI-28 Children of John and P]lizal)e1li (Robinson) .McQiiistion. 

V-lO-d 

a Richard Robinson, born A Fay 1. 1825, married (1) 
Se])tember 30. 1847, Elixabetii Newell, who was born in 
1823, and died July 25, 1854 V|[-t;i 

Married (2) Elizabeth Barr, who died October 31. 18%. 
He died August 31, 1905 V1I-H2 . 

Tiichaid Ro1)iiisnn. Elizabetli (Xewell), and Eliznlieth (Barr) McQiiis- 
tiiiii are buried in Uniondale Oeuiotery, PittsburKh. Pennsylvania. 

1) Joseph Lewis, born June 7. 1S27. mari'ii'd .Maivh 29. 
1849. ^Fary Jane Hall, who was horn Jannarv 2ii. 1^21'. and 
died June 10, 1905. He died April 2, 18!)4.! \ll-li3 

Josepli L. and .Tane McQuistion are buried at Irwin, Pennsylvania. 

VI-24 Children of Tiionuis and Eli.;ai)eth t IJoliinson-.Mei^iiiis- 
tion) Cochran. \'-lii-d 

a George Rolnnson. horn in IMiller County. I'eiin.syl- 
vania, February 14, 1834, luanied in Alle<:hany County. 
Penn.sylvania, December 25, 1885. Eliza Forsytli. who was 
born at Brush Cr(M^k. in Butler County. Beiuisylvania. July 
28, 1828, and died in Alleghany Counlv January 24. 1910. 
He died August 22, 1897 VII-64 

George R. and Eliza Cm lira n are buried at I'liiondale Cemetery. Pitts- 
burgh, Pennsylvania. 



70 



THE BULL FAMILY 



1) Alarv Ann, married William Johnson. She died 
August 22, 1897 - ---VII-65 

Williiim and Mary A. Johnson were buried in Uniondale Cemetery, 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 

c Susan A., married William Wilson. No issue. 

(1 Sydney. 

e James, born October 9, 1838, married September 13, 
1860, ^Margaret McCully, daughter of John and Elizabeth 
:^IcCully of London, England, born January 6, 1841, and 
died January 21, 1892. He died November 25, 1914 ...VII-66 

.Tanies and Margaret Cochran are buried in Uniondale Cemetery, Pitts- 
burgh, Pennsylvania. 




ANNA (BULL) SMITH 

IV-l-b 

(Page 18) 



VT-2.". Cliil.lt 



■('11 



of David and Anna D. (Robinson) Gilleand. 

V-lO-e 



a Xaiicy (iutlirie, born July 16, 1847, married February 
5, 1867, James Sample Crawford, who was born February 
22, 1845, and died July 6, 1915. She died October 26, 1909..VII-67 

VI-26 Cliildren of Christian and Susan I. (Robinson) Mechling. 

V-lO-g 

a Iiii'luD'd Rol)inson, born February 14, 1830, married 
Sarah Jane Aslicraft, who was born March 25, 1844, and 
died December 1, 1914. He died April 14, 1896 ...VII-68 

b Mai-y, liDi'ii November 11, 1831, died February 14, 
1849. 



Till': I'.ILI, KAMII.V 71 

(• ( ';it hcriiii' r.iil'liiiLildii, Ihii'ii I )cci'|iiIht (1. ls;;:',_ luiirrii'il 
I\irkl;iii(l Sl;ilrr. Slicdicd Sr|.1ciiilicr l.'i, l!in!l. 

(I I Iciij.-iiiiiii I'^r.-iiikl ill. lioni .\l,in-li l-l. ls:',(i. iii;in'ic(| 
.l;iiiii;ii'\' 17, ISliT. Ldiiisii llcfsli, (|;iii'_;hlcr of .loliii ;iii(| 
.M;ii'tli;i Iv (Wilsdii) llcrsli ol' ( "Icarlii'ld ('oiiiily, 1 'riiiis,^!- 
vniiiji. She \\;is horn -liiiic :*>. 1850 \'ll-<i!) 

Ilciijiiinin \'\ ;\I('cliliiiK "'^i^^ i" lln' l'(ilir;il Aniiy iliirin^' the f'ivi! War. 
lie is M retired I'MViner. 

e Anil l''li/;il)('1 li. Imni l''clini;iry 1. IS.'IS nijirrird .|n-,r|i|i 
Elds. She (lied .M;i.v 17. l!ni ' Vn-7i) 

f Sidney .Ijiiic. horn April 24, 1S40, nijirrird I'jitrick 
(irahnin Martin, son of 'i'hoiiias and Kosaiiiia ((iraiuun) 
:\rartiii. She died May l(i. liUl. Vll 71 

ji' .laroh. hoi-n Aimiist 14. 1842, died May I'li, 18H:3. 

.l;ieol> M cell line: enlisti'd at Hiitler, Pennsylvania, as a i)rivate in Company 
n, TStli IJesinient, Pennsylvania Ydlunteer Infantry, September 17, ISfil; 
and died at Mui freesboro, 'J'ennessee, during service. He is buried in the 
Xational Cemetery at Stone River, Tennes.see. 

h Henry George, horn l^'chruary 8. 184.'). marrii'd 
]\[aria :\roody V 11-72 

He was in the Federal Army during Civil War. 

i Lewis Robinson, born April (i, 1847. inai-riml Marv 
Cricks VIT-7:? 

j Phillip. Iiorn June 8, 1840. died November Ki. 1840. 

k Tlioiiias, born (^ctolx'r 27, 1850, died November 18. 
1855. 

1 Oriushy CJreti-g, horn April 4. 1858. married -lauiiary 1. 
1895, Annetta Staley, dano'hter of William and Eliza Staley 
of Butler Count.v, Pennsylvania, l)orn -hine 20. 1855 YII-74 

He is a steel worker at Butler. Penns.xlvania. 

m William Wallace, born November 14, 1855. married 
July 17. 1876. :\rary Winner, daughter of 15. S. and Sarah 
(Scott) Winner of Pennsvhania and New -lersey. horn 
IMarch 18. 1856.. .." V 1 1-75 

"\Villiam "\ValIaci> Mechlina' is in the iron and steel business. 

VI-27 Children of Kichard P. and Marv K. (Cregorv) Hohinson. 

Y-lO-i 

a Ricluird Gregory, liorn in Xew York City, August 4, 
1843, married in San Francisco, California. July 26. 1868, 
Jeannette Eveleth. daughter of Dwight and Sarah Eveleth 
of San Francisco (who came from Massachusetts), born 
March 81, 1848 '. YII-76 

Richard Gregory Robinson came in l,"*."i4 with mother and brother, via 
the Isthmus to San Francisco. He is a retired Marine Kngineer, and lives 
with liis wife and daughter at 2711 Octavia Street, San Francisco. He was 
for years in the Pacific Coast Steamship Service, and in the China Service 
of the Pacific ;\Iail .Steamship Company. 

b Gregory Ellis, born in New York City October 81, 
1845. married November 20. 1890, in San Francisco, Cali- 
fornia, INIargaret Allen Hinckley, daughter of 'SI. F. and 



72 THE BULL FAMILY 

llnmiali (Milxard) Hinckley (who came from Maine and 
Marl)leliead, Massachusetts), born October 18, 1847 VII-77 

Gregory E. and Margaret A. Robinson live in San Francisco, California. 

c ]\Iary, born and died at Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, 
d Sidney Ormsby, born January, 1857, married Mary 
Daley. He"died March 21, 1882....... VII-78 

Sidney Ormsby Robinson is buried at Woodlawn Cemetery, S'an Fran- 
cisco, California. He was a painter by trade. 

e ]\Iargaret Sarah Lear, born June 27, 1863, married 
July 26, 1884, AA^illiam J. Denicke. No issue. 

Th(>y live in Oakland, California. 

\'I-2S. C'liildren of James A. and Anna H. (Smith) Richards. 

V-12-a 

a Sarah Smith, born March 2, 1813, died August 10, 
1813. 

b John Smith, born February 5, 1815, married (1) Octo- 
Wi- 1, 1839, Nancy O'Brien, who was born April 21, 1817, 
and died May 27, 1843 ' VII-79 

Married -(2) December 29, 1857, Julia Van Ness AVilliams, 
wlio Avas born July 25, 1827, daughter of Dr. Cornelius 
Williams of Hudson, New York, and Catalina Van Ness of 
Duchess County, New^ York, and died May 25, 1872. He 
died August 25, 1872 VII-80 

c Elizabeth Bull, born November 14, 1817, died unmar- 
ried April 25, 1857. 

Elizabeth Bull Richards died when nursing- with her mother at the bed- 
side of .John S. Richards, her mother dying the same day. 

d AVilliam Miller, born January 2. 1819, died unmarried 
Alay 23, 1842. 

e Thomas Smith, born December 16, 1821, married in 
1848. Louisa Haven Sheafe. He died October 24, 1895 VII-81 

They lived at Bunker Hill, Illinois. 

f Levi Smith, born January 5, 1825, died July 5, 1825. 

g James Armstrong, born July 6, 1826, married Feb- 
ruary 13, 1855, Margaret E. Wright. He died July 5. 1890..VII-82 

They lived at Coatesville, Pennsylvania. 

h Josepli O'Brien, born May 27, 1829, married in 1859, 
Isadore Reese. He died April 12, 1902....' ...VII-83 

Thoy lived at St. Louis, Missouri. 

\' 1-2:1 ( 'liil.lrcn of Tliomas B. and Annetta (Old) Smith. V-12-b 
a John Howard, born at Joanna Furnace, Chester 
County, Pennsylvania, July 29, 1817, died unmarried Sep- 
tember 5, 1847, at the hospital, Salmadina, Mexico. 

John Howard Smith graduated at Kenyon College, A. B., and at the 
L niversity of Pennsylvania, M. D. He was appointed Assistant Surgeon in 
o.; io.o^'^t'- *'' ~'^' ^^"'^> commissioned Passed Assistant Surgeon November 
-J ]^4.,. His service was as follows: 1838-1839 Brazil Station; 1840 U. S. S. 
Independence, Coast of Brazil; 1841 U. S. S. "Columbus"; Receiving 
^ E i!' .?'ii'^'""= 1842-1843 U. S. S'. "Delaware," Brazil Station; 1844 
Ti"  . I ''""sy'ynia. ' Receiving Ship at Norfolk; 1S45 in charge of Naval 
HospHHl. lort Mahon, Spain; 1846 on waiting orders; 1847 U. S. S. "Prince- 
Ion, Home Squiidron, Gulf of Mexico, Mexican War 



'nil'; r.rij. 1•'AMIL^' 73 

1) Ilorjicc. horn -Inly S, ISII), iii;i I'ricd NonciiiIkt 17, 
IS-Ki, .\iiii;i M.iri.i Niclidls, lioni .liil.\- s. Im'l'. ;i| Orwi^rs- 

l)!!!"^'. I 'clIIISV 1\ ,1 lli.l. <'lll(l (lied I )iM'(llll)i'|- lii. ISlT. Ili' ili<'il 

July 8, \SS2 \ll->i 

llorMci' Smith pviiduiitcd at Keiiyon OoIIpkc A. B., read law and adiiiit- 

tod to till' bar at Kcadiiif;, Tciinsylvaiiia, I'racticcd law at I'ottsvillc, 
Pennsylvania, until IS.'iO, when he was appniiilid Cnnsiil at Oporto, I'orliieal. 
lie canic lionic in 1N.">U and died at Kcailiiii;. Anna Maria Nichols was thi! 
daufilitcr of h'rancis Bonde Nichols, a rciitid army oIliccT, and his wife, 
Anna Maria Niclmls. 

e Vinoeiil Henry, horn •liil.\' '■)]. 1s-Jl>. ni;i!'riril |)('('ciii- 
Iht 4. IS.")!. .Mary ('". Siiiilh. I I'c dir.l Aii-usi l'!I. 1S68 VII-85 

They lived in Philadelphia, l'enns\l\ania. 

d Tlimnas TTcni-y. horn 0('tol)er 1, 1824, dii'd in infancy. 

VI-30 Chihlrcii of Jacob and Sarah r>. ( Sniit In Lcoscr. V-12-c 

a John Smith, born September 28, 1816, died iinniarried 
February 12, 1848. 

.Idhn Smith fjeoser was badly injured in a railroad accident, and fell 
dead when helping others. 

b Thomas Smith, born iSlay 27, 1818, married Novem- 
ber 7. 1838, ]\rary TliUeo-as Eheem, born Auoust 28. 1817. 
died March 8, 1887. lie died September 12, 1841) VI 1-86 

Thomas Smith Leoser was captain of 2nd Pennsylvania Volunteers in 
the Mexican War. 

c Elizabeth Stringer, born ]\Iay 29. 1820. aiul dietl un- 
married April 11, 18-1:9. 

Elizabeth Stringer Leoser was noted for her beauty. She lived at 
Reading, Pennsylvania. 

d Annetta Old, born September 4, 1823. died unmarried 
July 11, 1838. 

VI-31 Children of William and Maruari'tta V. (Smith) Darling. 

V-12-e 
a Mary Smith, born January 18, 1821. married Decem- 
ber 11. 1846. Rev. Samuel AVih-ox. She died February 4. 
1895  ..._ VII-87 

They lived at Oswego, New York. 

b Henry, born December 27, 1823, married (1) Sei)tciii- 
ber 1, 1845, Julia Strono-. who was born .March 3. 1826. and 
died June 26. 1851. No issue. 

:\rarried (2) Ophelia 0. Wells, dauo-hfop of Eiehard T. 
AVells of Hudson, New York. She was l)orn in New York 
City April 27. 1853. He died April 20, 1901 VII-88 

Henry Darling graduated from Amherst College in 1S42; from Union 
Theological S'eminarv, 1S42-4.') : from Auburn Theological Seminarv, 1,S4."?- 
1845. He received D. D. from Union College in IStW, I.I.. D. from La- 
fayette College in 1881, and LL. D. from Hamilton College in 1881. 
He was pastor of the church at Hudson, New York (where he was ordained 
and installed); of Clinton Street Cliurch. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: and 
of the Fourth Presbyterian Church at Albany, New York. He was President 
of Hamilton College, Permanent Clerk and ^Moderator of the General .Vs- 
sembly of the Presbyterian Church, and was the author of uuiny works and 
addresses. 



74 THE BULL FAMILY 

(• Thomas Smith, born December 7, 1825. married April 
17 1854 S. Augusta Taylor, who died at Heading, Penn- 
sylvania, May 1. 1897. He died August 30, 1863..._ VII-89 

d ]^Iargaretta, born January 5, 1828, died unmarried 
^lay 16. 1900. 

e William Howard, born October 17, 1829. died March 
19, 1832. 

f Edward Payson, born November 10, 1831, married 
September 29, 1858, Emily Hollenbeck Rutter, daughter of 
Nathaniel and ]Mary Ann (Cist) Rutter of Wilkesbarre, 
Pennsvlvania. born December 16, 1833, and died January 
22, 1882. He died October 19, 1889__ _. .._. VII-90 

Edward Payson Darling graduated from Amherst College, A. B., in 1851, 
studied law and was admitted to the bar at Reading, Pennsylvania, in 1853. 
He was a prominent lawyer and was associated with his brother, John 
Vaughan Darling, at Wilkesbarre, Pennsylvania. They were greatly sought 
for in the administration of estates, and they had the business of many cor- 
porations. 

g Emily Howard, born December 17, 1833, died Novem- 
ber 12. 1835. 

h Eli./abeth Smith, born January 19, 1836, married 
September 23, 1858, "William A. Drown, Jr., born in Phila- 
delphia, Pennsylvania, January 16, 1836, and died Decem- 
ber 21, 1890. (Her middle name also given as O'Brien) VII-91 

William A. Drown, Jr., was manufacturer of umbrellas and jjarasols. 
They lived at Oak Lane until 1867, and th«n moved to Welden, Montgomery 
County, Pennsylvania. 

i " Susan Jane, born July 20, 1838, died March 30, 1839. 

j Frances Caroline, born March 12, 1840, died August 
14, 1843. 

k Valeria, born January 31, 1842, died February 3, 
1842. 

1 John Vaughan, born July 24. 1844, married October 
9. 1872. Alice Mary McClintock, daughter of Andrew T. 
and Augusta Bradley (Cist) McClintock of Wilkesbarre, 
PiMinsylvania. born January 31. 1848, and died October 14, 
1900. He died November 10, 1892. No issue. 

John Vaughan studied law and was admitted to the bar at Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvania, in 1805. He was a member of firm of Henry & Darling. He 
was a frequent contributor to magazines, and for five years was Assistant 
Editor of the Xorth American Review. In 1874 he moved to Wilkesbarre, 
Pennsylvania, and joined his brother, Edward Payson Darling, in law busi- 

VI-32 Children of Joseph and Elizabeth B. (Smith) O'Brien. 

V-12-f 
a David, no record. 

b Annetta Smith, born September 15. 1823, married 
March 30. 1847, George F. Dunning. She died April 19, 
1852 VII-92 

They lived in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. After her death he lived in 
Farmington, Connecticut. 



Till': HI I.I, KA.MILY 7o 

(' Jnscpli. IK) rciMird. 
(I l'lli/,;il)cl li, IK) icciird. 

(■ h'niiK'is \';ilcri;i. iii;iiTir< | in 1 >."> 1 I,' icliji n | I )iiiiiiiiij^. 
She (lic(| ill .l;i iiii;ii'y, IS.'di. No issue. 

\l-:VA Cliildivii of Levi I'., iiiid I'liiiily il. i r.;id'^cr iSnulli. \' 1 l'-j^ 
■•1 \';di'ri;i. Iioni .M;ircli 11, IS'JS, nijin-ifd .limr Ii', IS");'). 
AVilli;ini Ilirsirr (dyiiicr. son of l']d\\;ird TilLiliiiiiiii kikI 
M;iri;i ( 'at lici'inc (lliinlcri ('lyiiici-. Ihuii iir;ir .M((i-t,'aii- 
towii. ill Cacniarvc'ii Tow iishi|i, I'x'rks ('oiiiity. I'ciiiisyl- 
vaiiia, ()i-lol)cr !>, 1820, and dird duly L'(i. 1883. Slir died 
Au^iisl 17. l!t(il VII-!i:5 

Uo was pi'oiiiiiu'iit ill the iron Imsincss, liiiving the Oley nnfl Mount 
LauiH'l Furnncc'.'i, forming tlic ('lyincr Iron ConiiiJiriy. He was also President 
of the Temple Iron Coni|)any, and was President of the First National IJank 
of Ueadinf;, I'ennsylvania. 

1) Kli/.al)('tli FraiKM's, honi .Mardi 1!). 18:^0, inai-ricd -lan- 
iiary 1"). 18G8, Rev. Ellis donis Ikicliards, who was l)orii at 
LlaiKdiyclan on Lake Biila in Wales, lie died .March -?.">, 
1872. at Reading, Pennsylvania. She died .\uuust 2. li)12....VII-0-4 

lOllis .Tones Hiehards catne to this eountry a.s a cdiild. He graduated from 
l'rin<('ton (^ollege in 1S."!4 and later from Princeton Theological Seminary. 
He was pastor of the First Presbyterian Church at Reading from October, 
IS-Ki, until his death. Elizabeth Frances Richards was devoted to charities 
which occupied much of her time, the balance of which was spent in the com- 
l)letion of the Genealogy of the Buck family, published after her death under 
her name. 

c Bentley Howard, born December 6, 1832, at Mt. Airey. 
Berks County, Pennsylvania, died Jannary l!l. lIHil). un- 
married. 

Bentley Howard Smith graduated at .\mherst College in IS.'il. At the 
outbreak of the Civil War he was enlisted as a corporal in Company A, 
14th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers, on April 27, 18G1, for three months. 
Before disciiarge he was promoted to First Lieutenant of Company K. In 
June, 1S(>.">, he raised a company in the 42nd Regiment, Pennsylvania Militia, 
and was appointed Major, serving as such fifty days when discharged. He 
was afterwards interested in the iron business, at .Toanna Furnace and with 
the Teiiiiile Iron Works Co. 

d AVilliam Darling, born .Mareli 12. 1835, died July 30, 
1911. 

Lived at Reading, Pennsylvania. He was Itorii at .loanna Furnace, and 
was graduated at Willistown Seminary, Fiast Hampton, Massachusetts. In 
1S()3 he organized CVunpany I) of 42nd Pennsylvania Militia Regiment, serv- 
ing si.xty days. He was afterwards interested with his lirothers in the iron 
business, was an adjuster in the Xaval Office of the Custom House at Phila- 
deliihia, Pennsylvania, from ISlil to lS(i.">, and was Deputy Collector and 
Auditor of Customs from lS7t> to IS.SS. He was prominently connected with 
charitable institutions, and held many offices of trust in Keading, Pennsyl- 
vania. 

e 1. Levi lleber, born Oetober 18. 1837, married -lan- 
iiarv, 17. 18()8, Ella .Jennie (irubb. lie died Aumist -"i. 
1898 - Vn-95 

They lived at .Toanna Furnace. He was born there. On August 10. 
1802, he was mustered into service as Capt.iin of Company A, 128th Regi- 
ment, Pennsylvania Infantry, for nine months. He was at the battles of 
South Mountain and .Vntietam, September 14-17, 18(i2. He was promoted 
to Lieutenant-Colonel at Stafford Court House February 1, 180:). At the 
battle of Chancellorville, he was taken prisoner in the trenches and was sent 
to Libbey Prison. .Shortly afterw.nds he was released on parole, and was 
on .Tune '■!. ISO.",, honorably discharged from the service. He was promi- 
nently coniie<-ted with many important institutions. She is living at Phila- 
delphia, Pennsylvania. 



-g THE BULL FAMILY 

2. Emily Anuetta, born October 18, 1837, died unmar- 
ried January 2, 1916. 

She lived at Reading, Pennsylvania. 

f :Mary Badger, born March 19, 1810, died unmarried 
May 22. 1861. 

She lived at Reading, Pennsylvania. 

g Horace Vauglian, born August 20, 1842, died unmar- 
ried July 23, 1878^. 

He lived at Reading, Pennsylvania. 

li Thomas Stanley, born January 25, 1845, died unmar- 
ried November 25, 1887. 

He lived at Reading, Pennsylvania. He was born at Joanna Furnace, 
Berks County, Pennsvlvania. He graduated in 1865 at Amherst College, 
and in 1868 at Jefferson Medical School. He studied for a year at the Uni- 
versity of Leipsig. He vs^as appointed in 1875 as lecturer of physical diag- 
nosis "at Jefferson Medical School, resigning in 1877. Then he practiced 
medicine until his death at Reading, Pennsylvania. 

1 Edward Hunter, born April 17, 1847, died January 
19, 1863. 

VI-34 Children of John V. and Virginia (Parker) Smith. Y-12-h 

a Foxhall Parker, born February 14, 1847, died Jan- 
uary 19, 1863. 

He was horn in Massachusetts and was appointed from Virginia, Sep- 
tember 20, 1S62, a midshipman at the U. S. Naval Academy, Newport, 
Rhode Island. He died while at the Academy. 

VI-35 Children of George and Susan G. (Smith) Burcker. 

V-12-i 

a Levi Smith, born April 21, 1841, died December 29, 
1855. 

b James Milnor, died in infancy. 

YI-36 Children of Goodloe H. and Jane C. (Smith) Bowman. 

V-12-j 

a Isabella Lowry, born February 25, 1842, married Jan- 
uary 12, 1881, Christopher Leoser. She died September 23, 
1892. No issue. 

1i James Lowry, born August 25, 1845, died unmarried 
M;iiv|, 2, 1896. 

(• .John Howard, born October 23, 1848, married No- 
vember 21. 1872, Caroline Snowden Jacobs, who was born 
December 7, 1848. He died February 9, 1911_ VII-96 

(1 Anne Sweitzer, born March, 1852. 

e AVilliam Robert, born August 17, 1854, married (1) 
April 24, 1878, Emma Maria Winne, who was born Feb- 
ruary 9, 1855, and died June 11, 1904 VII-97 

^lari-ied (2) Luella Goodspeed, who was born October 
13, 1862. 



Tiii': I'.ri.i, l••\Mll,^■ 77 

\'l-;!7 ('hildl'cli of \\'illi;ilii ;iliil S;i|-;ili ( '. ( 1 )c\V('i'.s; ('litiUMM. 

\' 14-a 

;i .\l;irl li;i. lioni .liil\- :'.l, ISIT. iii;iri-ii'i | .\|;iy S, l,s:;s, |)r. 
John Aiiilrrsoii Aldrrisun of I ,;iiii';istri' ('oiinly. I'riiiisyl- 
Viiiii;!. lioni .laiiiiiiry ;!1, iSl 1, ;iim1 ilicd .Inly I'li, lijlj-i. She 
(lied An.iiiisl l(i. ISSL' \'li :is 

.liiliii ,\iiclri-Min ;iiiil Miii'tlui Mon'isnii .'i it liuricil :ii I''m(;i;'s MiiMor 
CiMiicI I r.\ . (Iii'slcr ('iiuiily, i 'cmisylvimiii. lie ;xia<lu:i 1 iil nuiii .IctTcrsnn Col- 
U'Ki' ill I'^-'T imd liilcr troiii tlic I'nivcrsil y "f I'riuisy Iviiiiia willi dt-Krcc of 
M. 1). lie \v;is clcclcd iis Mi'iiihcr of llmisc ol' Itciiri'scntal ivcs of I'liitcfl 
Sliitcs ( (iTi;;rcsN in IS."! I'or llii' Si'ssion of ISTil' mill IS.".'!. He was DriiK 
Tiispccltii- of r. S. Cusloins uiidiT I'rcsidciit UiicliniiMii. llf livrd (it rochrari- 
villi'. Clu'sliT ( 'iMinl \. 

1) (Muirlcs Millcf. Iioni M.iivh S, iSi'il, ni;irrir,| .M;in-Ii 
U, 184:?, Mari.-i T. nrnnkf. wIk. \v;is horn Mnivh li'. 1S2(). 
jind died M;iy 17. l!M)4. llcdi.'d Ahiivli I'T. isT-') \'ll-!'!i 

'I'ilcy livi'd ill 1 1 n|ii\\ I'll l''ui'iiacc', I'.ci ks ('diiiily, I 'iniisy Ivaiiia. 

e AVilliani \\'., horn .Mai'eli 2, 1822. died F('hniai-\- 7, 
18:5,"). 

He is liuricd in tlic cliurcliv ard of St. Mary's Epi.scojial Cliiiri-li. War- 
wick, Pennsylvania. 

d Tl'ioinas Dewees. 

e Annie .1.. horn soon at'tcf licr ra1lici''s (h-ath. mai'ried 
William AVood Vir-loO 

'I'lii'v livi'd in l'liiladrli>liia. 

VI-38 C'hildivn of Dillt-i- li. and Klizabctli T. (^Dewees) Fcfiv.'. 

Y-14-C 
a ^Faiy Elizabeth, born in 1822, Samuel Dennis Mr('lrl- 
land. She died in 1855. No issue. 

They lived near Parkslnirg, Pennsylvania. They are Iniried in the 
Churchyard of Octarara Presbyterian Cluirch. 

b George Clemson, born Oetober 1, 1825, married Re- 
becca Zook. He died May 2, 1879 VII-101 

They lived at Parkslnirs, Pennsylvania. 

c David Dewees, born Se])temb('r 9, 1826, married Jan- 
nary ;31. 1860, ^Fary Rebecca Hutchinson, daughter of Mos- 
ley and Elizabeth B. (Hall) Hutchinson, born April 24. 
1825, died March 10. 1901. He died .May 20. 1869 Vir-1()2 

They lived at Parksburs;, Pennsylvania, lie is buried at Lancaster, 
Pennsylvania, and she is buried at C'ayug;a, New York. 

d Alan Wood, born in 1828, died in 1852. 

He was a wonderful cornet player. 

e Thomas Waters, born February 5, 18:35, married Octo- 
ber 12, 1865, Emily Cleaver Bartholomew, daughter of Ed- 
ward and Emily (Cleaver) Bartholomew, l)orn at IMiila- 
delphia, Pennsylvania, February 16, 1842 VTT-10:^> 

They lived at Yorklyn, Delaware, for thirty-eight years, and then moved 
to Wilmington, where they now live. 

f Frederic Baker, born .Taimnry 8. 1840. 

Lives at Wilmington, -Delaware. 

*Dr. -Tohn A. Morrison married a second time. Sarah Bovd, and thev had one son. George 
B., born July 19, 1850, and died December 22, 1S5S. 



78 THE BULL FAMILY 

VI-39 Cliildreu of Dr. Samuel and Mary L. (Dewees) McLean. 

V-14-d 

a Anna Jane. l3orn in 1823, married Thomas S. Stew- 
art : - - - VII-104 

Lived in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

h George F., born in 1826, married (1) Anna Herons..-VII-105 
^Married (2) Lydia G. Veasey. No issue. 

They lived at Merehantville, Pennsylvania. 

e John, born in 1830, married Harriet C. Calvert VII-106 

They lived at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

YI-10 Children of Alan and Ann H. (Dewees) "Wood. V-14-e 

a Waters Dewees, born April 17, 1826, married (1) 
March 16, 1848, Louisa Rosalind Howard Gilpin of Wil- 
mington. Delaware, daughter of Richard B. and Anna (Por- 
ter) Gilpin, born November 5, 1829, and died May 19, 
1883 - - - : VII-107 

Married (2) ]\Iay 23, 1889, Gertrude St. John. He died 
January 2, 1899 '. .-- -- VIL108 

They lived at Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He was in iron business 
with his father-in-law, Richard B. Gilpin. 

b Thomas Dewees, born December 12, 1827, married 
October 9, 1850, Maria Flagg. He died May 28, 1880 VII-109 

They lived at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

c Infant, unnamed. 

d James D., born April 11, 1831, married August 6, 
1854, Laura Gilpin. He died March 27, 1864... VII-110 

They lived at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

e Alan, born August 6, 1834. married October 24, 1861, 
Mary H. Yerkes. No issue. 

He was in iron business at Conshohoeken, Pennsylvania. They lived 
in Philadelphia. 

f George W., born March 20, 1837, died February 24, 
1859. 

g Howard, born February 8, 1846, married January 28, 
1869. Mary Canby Biddle, born December 17, 1849, died 
.T;imKiry 16. 1897. He died in 1912... VILllI 

VI-41 Children of George AV. and Amelia (Snyder) Dewees. 

V-14-g 

a Anna ]Maria, born November 26, 1829, married Jesse 
Eastburn. No issue. 

They lived at Bridgeport, Pennsylvania. 

b Daniel Udru, born January 4, 1832, married Emma A. 
Raysor. He died February 13, 1910 VII-112. 

They lived at Brenford, Delaware. 



'I'lir: iiri.i. i' am i i.'i' 7;< 

(• Tlioiiijis Hull, li(ii-ii .Jiil\' ti, l>s;M, iiiari'itul Mary Voiiii'j-. 
lie (lic.l .Inly:). ISSii " \' I I 11:; 

'I'Ikiiiims I!. |)ruiM's crilisli'd in llir I'. S. Ai'iny lis a [iriviilc, Iktiiiik! 
(•(ir|)()riil, M'l'Ki'iiiil , anil Isl siTyraTil ol' ('oiripany li, lliid I'. S. l)rii(;iiiiiiH, 
I'roni JNIarch !t, IH.")S, to Xdvi'iiihiT -, ISUI. Ilc> wiis iiuHlf SfcomI hii'iitriDint 
SccciikI Cavnlry, OcIoIxt L'I. IKCI: |''irM I .icutcTijiiil .Inly 17. I.Sf.l'; l{ci;i- 
incnliil Ailjulaiil .lul.\ I, IMi.'i, id March (i, IMCili; lii'iiiiiiciilaj (^iia rliTtiiiistcr 
March »'i. IMii;. In -Inly lu, Isr.C; Captain .Inly 1(>, ISI'ii;; .Majnr, .\inlh Cav- 
alry, Oclcilicr US, issl : he icicivcil liicvcl CaptHin .Innc '.», ISli.",, for uallatil 
and nuTilornnis service in Ihr liatlli' of licvcrly l''o?'d, \'ir(;inia. 

(I S;ir;ili ( '., Inirii Aiiuiisl III, iSlKi, mnn-ird .\ li'\;i tidrr 
Kennedy \' I 1 1 1 1 

■|'li(\ li\('d at KcniH'dysvillc, iM.aryland. 

VI-42 ('liildiTii of (It'orui' W. ;ind Loiiis.-i 1'.. illolslrin) Dcwccs. 

V-14-f? 

;i I']\;i Aiii('li;i. Imm'ii An<ins1 !!•, 1S41). 

she li\i's at Norristdwn, l'cnns.\ Iva nia. 

1) Isiiac llolstcin. horn April 1."), 18.'):}. inan-icd .Jiiiif ].'). 
1S!)"J, ()li\i;i ( '. liCilyai'd, dniiiilitei' of Deiiiiison and ()livi;i 
(Hall) Lcdy.ird of Montgomery, Alabama \' 11-11.") 

They live at M (intK'inicvy, Alahania. 

c ^lary lluiihes, boni October 29, 1856. 

She livfs at Xurristown, Pennsylvania. 

VI-4:3 Children of Leoiuird F. and Rachel B. (Dewees) Roberts. 

Y-14-h 

a Thomas, born March 27, 1832, in East Xantmeal 
Township, Chester Connty. Penns.vlvania, mai'ried June •">, 
1858, Elizabeth Hill Hissell, daiightei- of Israel Morey and 
Angusta Turner (JNIeade) Bissell, boi'ii at Cincinnati. Ohio. 
Jannary 4, 1836 V 1 1 -1 1 (i 

Thoy live at Kivciton, >,'e\v .Jersey. He was engiised in the commis- 
sion business in I'liihuUdjihia, now retired. She was descended from .Tolin 
Bissell, who settled at \\'insldw, C'diineeticnt, in 1(>-lll, and William Meade, 
early settler in Virginia. 

b Anna Hunter, born August 16, 1835, married Septem- 
ber 20, 1855. Dr. Charles Edward Coates. son of Dr. -lessi^ 
and .Martha Wells (Pennock) Coates. born October 10, 1821). 
died March 26, 1001. She died I\Iarch 14, 1908 VI 1-117 

They lived at Baltinidrc, Maryland, where he practiced medicine. 

c Mary Frescoln, born October 9, 1838, married Feb- 
ruary 2, 1865, John S. Tyson. She died October 23, 1902.. .A' 1 1-118 

They lived at Baltimore, Maryland, where he practiced law. He was 
lost in a storm when luintins dncks. 

d Waters Dewees, born December 13, 1840. 

Enlisted at Pottstown, Pennsylvania, as a ijrivate in Conijiany C, 4th 
Reaiment, Pennsylvania Yolnnteer Infantry, for three months, and was dis- 
charged .Inly 27, ISCil, on expiration of enlistment. Re-enlisted in Company 
B, 11th Regiment, Pennsylvania Cavalry, for three years on the lOth of 
August, IStil, and was appointed First Lieutenant. He was wounded in action 
at Keani.s Station, Virginia, .Tune UII, ISIU, was made prisoner and died at 
Petersburg, Virginia, in the hands of the enemy, .July 0, IStH. 



80 



THE BULL FAMILY 



e 



, Hamiali Louisa, born December 30, 1842, married De- 
eember '^4 1863, John R. Brooke, who was born July 21, 
1838. She died October 22, 1867 - VII-119 

John B. Brooke was appointed Captain in 4th K.eg™ent Pennsylvania 
Volunteer Infantry, April 20, 1861, and served until July 27 1861. He 
was made Colonel "of 53rd Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantr5^ Sep- 
tember IS, 1861: was made Brigadier General of Volunteers May 12, 1864, 
for distinguished services at battles of Old Wilderness and S-pot^sylvama 
Court HoiTse, Virginia; and Brevet Major General of Volunteers August 1, 
1864 for meritorious services at the battles of Tolopotomy and Cold Harbor 
Virc'inia He resigned February 1, 1866. He was commissioned Lieutenant 
Colonel of the 37th U. S. Infantry July 28, 1866. He was made Brevet Colo- 
nel (Regular Annv) March 2, 1867, for gallant and meritorious service 
at the battle of Gettvsburg, and Brevet Brigadier General on same date for 
same service at Spottsylvania Court House. He was commissioned Colonel 
of the 13th U S. Infantrv March 20. 1879, and transferred to the 3rd U. S. 
Infantrv .June 14 1879. He was commissioned Brigadier General April b, 
1,888 and Major General May 22, 1897. He was in command of Division of 
U S troops sent to Porto Rico in 1898, was Military Governor of Havana, 
Cuba,- 1898-1899, and in command of Eastern Division of U. S. Army 19O0- 
1902.' He was retired from active service July 21, 1902. 

f Levi Bull, born March 17, 1845, died unmarried July, 
1877. 

g Ella Frances, born March 27, 1854, married December 
19, 1872, Professor Harry C. White of Baltimore, :\raryland. 
She died January 13, 1913, at Athens, Georgia. No issue. 

They lived at Athens, Georgia. 

VI-44 Children of Thomas B. and Elizabeth (Hause) Dewees. 

V-14-i 

a Ann Hause, born December 8, 1836, married April 1, 
1873, William Leonard. He died IMarch 20, 1898. No issue. 

She lived in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

b Jacob Hause, born February 5, 1837, in West Nant- 
meal Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania, married De- 
cember 13, 1866, Sarah Stiteler, who was born in 1842 and 
died April 23, 1912 __ - - - — Vn-120 

He lives and has a large farm in West Vincent Township, Chester 
Countv, Pennsvlvania, and another large farm in Uwchlan Township, having 
a large dairy business. He was in the Federal Army during the Civil War, 
enlisting September 11, 1862, in the 12th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteer 
Infantry, at Harrisburg. Pennsylvania, and served until discharged Septem- 
ber 27," 186.5, at Harrisburg. 

c Hannah Louisa, born October 24, 1839, died January 
26, 1840. 

She is buried in the churchyard of St. Mary's Episcopal Church, War- 
wick, Pennsylvania. 

d Sarah Clingan, born November 27, 1840, married 
Reuben Preston Mosteller, who was born February, 1841....VII-121 

They live at Chester Springs, West Pikeland Township, Chester County, 
Pennsylvania, where he has a large farm. 

e Thomas Bull, born January 28. 1844, married (1) No- 
vember 1, 1865, Hannah L. Templin. She died October 1, 
1882. 

:\rarried (2) February 26, 1885. Ida L. Knerr of West 
YiiK'fnt Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania, born 
September 19, 1857 - -- VII-122: 

They lived at Birchrunville, Chester County, Pennsylvania. He was born 
and raised on his father's farm in West Nantmeal Township, Chester County, 



Till'; I'A'IA. I'A.MIhV 81 

and at Iciidi'd scliiml at l''i'rclaMd Scniiiiar.v, and at 'rri'ciniiuiit, NorriHiowii, 
li'avitiK till' lallir In enlist in ('(iinpan.v I'", I'JtIi Ui'kimk'MI, I't-nnHylvania Vol- 
iiiclrii- I nr.iril I y. I )n Mari'h 10, IHtil, was inadf l''ir.sl l.iciiti'nant, 'l.'jlh [J, 
S. Inlanlry. lie was discliai'tccd Dccciiilicf 1!), lH(ir>. During tin- war he wiiH 
ill scvi'ral hat lies. Al'tiT liis discliarn'' l"' I'liKatrcil in liiiHincNK in ISirr-liniii- 
villi", wlu'ic he was iioslniaslcr ten years. In IHH!) he moved to I'lioeiiixville, 
where he eiitra^red in liardwar<' Imsiiiess, and in marble and Kraiiile workK. 
April 1. IHilT, \\f returned to Uirchriiiiville and hiiilt a creaiiiery, a storir and 
a piil>lii' hall. lie was a(;ain ajipointed iiostm.-isti'r in 1h;i-i. 

r .loliii Ihiusc, horn -iiinc 12, 184"), died April l'_'. I>«"t7. 
^ Kliiiir;i. Itoni .\I;iy 1l'. ISJT. ninrrird I )icciiil)rr 11, 

1881, fJolm l);i\is. who \\;is horn .|;iiiii;iry 'J.4. ls;{(i, jiml ilinl 
June S^ IDO;} ' \' I 1-123 

I'.lniira Davi.s lives at (J7:i Preston Street. Thiladel])Iiia, Pennsylvania. 
.Inliii Davis was for many y(>ars eiiKatird in the ni;inu l';ii| ore of Saratoga chips. 

h Willi;mi AVaters, honi May 7, 184!i. died . 

i dcssc llaiiso. ])oni .May 4, 1851, inarricd Soptcinhcr 1I>. 

1882, Kiimia \'irgiiiia Xicliuls. lie died June 8, 18IJ;J. Xu 
issue. 

j Howard AVood. horn l■^■hl•ua^y 11, 1853, died . 

k Henry Clay. ])orn September 23, 1854, married Jan- 
uary 9, 1884, Annie M. Young-, who was born June 9, 1863.. VI 1-124 

They live at Ansehua, Chester County, Pennsylvania, where he has a 
farm. 

1 Ida, born January 10. 1857, married AVilliaiii Yeagei'. 
horn February 8, 1857 ;...VII-125 

VI-45 Children of Josepli and Ann II. (AleClintoek) Xeide. 

V-15-C 
a Infant, died unnamed. 



-) 



A^I-46 Children of Joseph and Rebeeea (Shafer) Xeide. V-l()-a 

a Horace, liorn December 21, 1837. married Alary Jones, 
lie died in Philadelphia December 3, 1915 \"II-126 

Horace Neide was commissioned a Second Lieutenant of the 2nd Penn- 
sylvania Reserve Infantry, May 27, IStJl, and served in the army of the 
Potomac and the army of the Virginia, risinis to the rank of Lieutenant 
Colonel. He was taken prisoner and paroled in 18G2, exclian^ed in Aufrust, 
18()2. He was mustered out in .laiiuary, ISfiT. He was commissioned F-irst 
Lieiitenant of 44tli T^. S. Infantry, .Taiuiary 10. 1867: was iinassisned in 
18f)9: assigned to 4th U. S. Infantry in December, 1870, and promoted to 
Captain in April, 1880. He retired from active service April 4. 1893. with 
the rank of Ma.ior. He received the following; brevets for gallant and meritori- 
ous services: Captain, U. S. A., for hattle of Guines !^^ll. Virginia: Major, 
U. S. A., for battle of Glendale. Virginia : Colonel of Volunteers for the 
battles of Glendale, Mechanicsburg, Guines Mill and Charles City Cross Roads, 
Virginia: and Brigadier General of Volunteers for the same battles and for 
the war. During the war he received a gunshot wound in the left arm. After 
the war he served in frontier duly at Forts Ijaramie, Bridger, Sanders and 
Fetterman, Wyoming. 

b Carrol, born September 12. 1840, at Pottstown. Penn- 
sylvania, married February 20. 1884, at Philadelphia, Flor- 
ence Harding. He died Xovember 24, 1911, at Piiihulel- 
phia. No issue. 

c Samuel, died in infancy. 

d Alice, died unmarried May 21. 1915. 

e ]\Iartha Shafer. 



S2 ' THE BULL FAMILY 

f Ann Hunter, born February 25, 1848, at Pottstown, 
Pennsylvania, married October 21, 1891, Thomas Cupner 
Steele! who died in 1912. She died September 29, 1910 .VII-127 

They lived at Pottstown, and are buried there. 

g Sarah, married Alfred Brooke VII-128 

h Bayard, born June 18, 1856, married Margaret Quin- 
ter. daua-hter of George and Margaret (Francis) Quinter, 
born June 7, 1860 - -- ....VII-129 

They live in Pottstovini, Pennsylvania. 

i Ersldne, born March 20, 1858, at Pottstown, Pennsyl- 
vania, married (1) June 7, 1881, Lidie Butler, daughter of 
William and ^lary (Wylie) Butler of Lewistown, Pennsyl- 
vania, born June -4, 1857, died March 1, 1903, in San Fran- 
cisco. California .- VII-130 

^larried (2) IMarch 29. 1911, at San Francisco. Califor- 
nia. Elizabeth Forrest, daughter of George and Julia 
(Kraemer) Forrest of Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, born De- 
cember 20, 1865. 

He was for a number of years in the Pay O'orijs and Pay Department of 
the Quartermaster's Corps, U. S. Army. June 3, 1916, was appointed Second 
I>ieutenant in Quarter Master Corps. Promoted to Captain Q. M. C. 

VI-17 Children of Addison and Elizabeth (Shafer) I\Iay. V-16-b 

a Martha Ellen, born March 22, 1840, in Coventryville, 
Chester County. Pennsylvania, married May 27, 1869, Dr. 
Joseph Trimble Eothrock, son of Dr. Abraham and Phebe 
B. Eothrock of iMcVaytown. Mifflin County, Pennsylvania, 
born April 3, 1839. She died May 10, 1917 VII-131 

They lived at West Chester, Pennsylvania, where she died, and where 
she is buried at Oakland Cemetery. She was a prominent member of society 
in philanthropic work, commencing early in her life with the work for the 
comfort of soldiers in the Civil War. She was closely identified with the 
affairs of Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, was one of the Governing Board of 
the Public Library, was a founder of the Century Club, and was prominent in 
local matters connected with the Society of the Daughters of the American 
Revolution. Dr. Joseph T. Rothrock graduated B. S. at Harvard College in 
1864, and M. D. at the University of Pennsylvania, in 1868. He enlisted as 
a private in Company D of 131st Pennsylvania Regiment of Volunteer Infan- 
try, in 1863, for nine months. He was severelj' wounded in the thigh at the 
battle of Fredericksburg. December, 1863. He was commissioned a captain 
in the 20th Regiment, Pennsylvania Cavalry, assigned to Company E and 
served si.\ months. He was a member of exploring expedition to British 
Columbia in 186.5 to 1866. He practiced medicine at Wilkesbarre, Pennsyl- 
vania. 1870-1873. From 1873-187.5, he was surgeon of the W^heeler Survey- 
ing ?3xpedifion in Western Territories. He was elected to the chair of Botany 
at the T'niversity of Pennsylvania in 1877; was made secretary of the Penn- 
sylvania Forestry Association in 1896; was appointed commissioner of For- 
estry, Department of Agriculture in 1897, and was State Commissioner of 
Forestry in Pennsylvania until 1904. He became much interested in the 
camps for the outdoor life of consumptives, and personally established that at 
South >[ountain, Franklin Countj^ Pennsylvania. He is the author of several 
scientific works. 

VT-l'-i Children of John B. and Margaretta J. (Bull) Clemson. 

Y-17-a 
n Infant, born June 11, 1828. died in infancy. 
1) Lf'vi Bnll. born June 4. 1829, died August 13, 1831. 



'I'llI'] I Ml. I, h'A.MILY 83 

(' l']li/.;iltrt li, lioni .liiiic Lis, 1S:;(), iii;i rriii 1 l''i'lii'ii;i r\' 7, 
1854, l''islicr ll;i/.;ir(l wlio u.is l.oni OctoKn- 11. HiJ!). himI 
(lied Aii<i-list LT), ISSS. She dhd 1 )(r,inlH|- L'S. 1!»()8 \' I 1 I:!!' 

il Ami P.iill. l>(>rii .liiiK' IS. 1S;5L>. iiijinicd 1 i April liS, 
185!), Ooorj^'c lijir.'iycltc W.ishiii^lon (if lljirrwood. West 
\'ir^iiii;i, w Iki died l''clii-ii;i r.\' 7, 1s7l1 \'|[ lo'J 

M;iri'it'd (1^) I )('('cinl)cr S. 1S71I, Linin'l Slinusliy IiohiTts. 
She died duiic 'JI>, 1!)14. No issue. 

(ii'cirn'i' I -;i I'a.NcI 1 1' \\'iisliin;;icin .iiid Aim (Hull W'a.sliiiintiiri ) IJiilxTls an- 
buiiiHl lit iijuut'l ilill ('cnu'ti'r.v, l'liiliiil(l|)lii:i. I'i'Miinv Ivaiiia. (icur),'!' L. Wanh- 
iiiKtoii was the iimst iliriTt liviiifi rrpic'scntalivc of (icncral Ocoi-K"- WashiiiK- 
tnn. li.v ri'iison of wliich tlic fainoiis iiifdiils of the (it'iirral were inhrritcd hy 
him, Owiiitr to the loss of nil liis iiiTsoiial piopi-rty l)y the conditions con- 
iifi'ti'd with tho Civil War. hi' was ohlii^iil to disposi' of thi'si' nirdals to 
soi'ii'tii's of New York and I'hijiidi'lphia. whi'ri' thry arc placed on view in 
prominent collections. Ohliircd to leave his home, he resided with his father- 
in-law at t'layniont, Delaware. The description of his liome may he of interest 
in connection with his family history, botli of which are to he found in the 
libraries throughout the country. 

e Thoiiins (iroon. horn Xovoinliov 19. ^^'■V^. iiinrricd Sep- 
teiuber ID, 18G7, Sarali Frances Ogden, who died June 27, 
1888 VII-134 

lie was a clersyman of the Episcopal Church, and was rector of the 
clmrcli at Waddins'ton, New York. They are buried in the churchyard of St. 
David's Church. Radnor, Pennsylvania. 

r Miwy Martha Sherwood, horn ^hin-li ■J7. is.!."), died 
uniiiarried Xoveniher 21, 1!)()8. 

She is liuried at Laurel Hill Cemetery. Phihideljihia. Pennsylvania. 

g Cyrus Jacobs. l)oni Xoveniher l!'. 1S:!I). died Jjuuiary 
7, 1838. 

VI-49 Cliihlren of Thomas K. and Sarah S. fSliower^ Bull. 

V-17-h 

a ]Margaretta (deinson, liorn December IS, 1839, died 
September 22, 1844. 

Buried in the churchyard of St. jNIary's Episcopal Church, Warwick. 
Chester Count.v, Pennsylvania. 

b Emma Louisa, born September 17, 1841, dird uniiiar- 
ried. 

Buried in the churchyard of St, ^Mary's Episcopal Church, 

c Charlotte McClellan, born Sei)tember 2G, 1843, die.l 
September 16, 1844. 

Buried in the churcli.\ aid of .St, Mary"s Episcopal Church, 

d Elliza Jacobs. l)orn -liiiie 17. 1845. died unmarried .Inly 
6, 1886. 

Buried in the church.vaid of St, Mary"s Episcopal (^luirch. 

e Sarah Smith, born .lime 2(5, 1847. died June 30, 1851. 

Buried in the churchyard of St, Mary's Eiiiscopal Church, 

f Levi, born August 18, 1850, died June 26, 1851. 

Buried in the church.vard of St, Jlary's Episcopal Church, 

g Edward Sliower. Ixu'ii Mav 4. 1S52. died Auizust 19. 
1852. 

Buried in the churcliyard of .St, Mary's Episcopal Church. 



jj4 THE BULL FAMILY 

VI-50 Chiklreii of Thomas K. and Julia H. (Henderson) Bull. 

V-17-b 
a Infant, stillborn, September 4. 1860. 
b Caroline Jacobs, born March 7, 1863. 

She lives on and owns the old homestead Imilt by her great grandfather, 
Colonel Thomas Bull, after the close of the Revolutionary War, in East 
Xantmeal Township. Chester County, Pennsylvania. 

e Ann Hunter, born April 19, 1865, died March 26, 1880. 

VI-.ll Children of Hamilton and Caroline J. (Bull) Alricks. 

V-17-C 
a Anne Bull, born October 6, 1838, married at Harris- 
burg. Pennsylvania, June 8, 1864, Benjamin Law Forster, 
son of General John and Margaret (Law) Forster, born - 
Auo-ust 29. 1834, and died in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 
February 5, 1918. She died April 26, 1888...-_ VIL135 

John L. Forster was educated at Harrisburg. He practiced law at Har- 
isburg, and was at one time in the State Attorney General's office. 

b ]\Iartha, born May 24, 1840, died unmarried January 
10. 1866. 

c Caroline Jacobs, born May 12, 1842, died October 2, 
1843. 

d Levi Bull, born August 15. 1843, married (1) October 
1. 1872, Anna Henderson (VI-155-d), daughter of John G. 
and Phoebe A. (Ashbridge) Henderson, born November 
29, 1847, died August 1, 1880.. -- --- Vn-136 

^Married (2) Emilie S. Fisher. No issue. He died Feb- 
ruary 18, 1911. 

Levi B. Alricks and Anna H. Alricks are buried in Harrisburg Cemetery, 
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Emelie S. Alricks lives in Harrisburg. 

e Eliza Jane, born September 19, 1846, died September 
28, 1849. 

YI-52 Children of Robert S. and Ann H. (Bull) Potts. V-17-d 
a Howard, born March 3, 1841, died at St. Paul, Minne- 
sota. March 25. 1895. 

He is buried at Pottstown, Penaisylvania. 

\'l -.'):] Children of Cyrus J. and Mary A. (McClure) Bull. V-17-e 
a Levi George, born in 1846. 

Lives in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

b Joseph McClure, born in 1848, died unmarried in 
1902. 

c Florence, l)orn in 1853, married April 17, 1884, Hor- 
ace Augustus Willits, son of Alfred and Annie 0. Willits, 
died April 15. 1888. No issue. 

Shf lives in Germantown, Pennsylvania. 

d Edward Coleman, born October 5, 1859, married (1) 
1887, ^lary A. Willis, who was born in 1862 and died Octo- 
ber 10. 1904 yiI-137 

:\Iarried (2) 1910, Mrs. Addie Carter. 

They live in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 



'I'lll': III 1,1. I'WIII.V 85 

Vl-r)4 Cliildivii of .liinics A. ;iii(l .\l;iry A. (Sli.'.-ilVi hull. \'-lT-f 

;i K\\ .ilictli Shciir. Ih,iii -Inly IS. IS.')!!, .|ir.| .Inly IS, 
is:):!. 

I) .hiiiics llciii'.w Ikhii . I Mill' I'l, Is.")!', iii.-irrinl .M;in-li .">, 
1S7S. at 'I'l'iiiit.N' I']|msc()|i;iI ( 'hiii'di, Saiila l>arl>ara, ('ali- 
lofnia. Ii.\' the K'cv. llohai'l ('iiclwoud. Kal hciiiir Whit tr|.si-.\' 
'I'illiiian, (laii.ulilcf dl" . lames W. and Mai'liia Ann ('onant 
Tillnian. t)()rii al Ddroil. Alirlii-an \'l 1-1:58 

.l;iiiirs llriii-.\ IJull \\;is ii | >|i()i n I ( (I ,-i in i (Isliipmnn at the U. S. Naval 
Aciidi'iii.N', .lul.\- -'), 18()(i, K''ii<hi;ilinK .Innc 7, IMTO. He wns in active service 
until .lul.v 1. I!tll7, when he Wiis retired witli the rank of Coininiidore, hy 
rciiscm of nieilical recoi-d, liavin;; li;id a severe accident June 9, 1901, when on 
dul.\ al Ihe Pan Aniei'ican Exposil ion, HulT.-ilo, New York, falliiiK forty feet 
from tiio dome of the (Jovernment IJuildiiiK to Ihe roof." 

He was commissioned Knsifin July 15, 1871: Master, October .3, 1874; 
Lieutenant. April 27, 1881: Lieutenant Commander, March :!, 1899: Com- 
mander, September 22, 1901: Cai)taiii, May LMi. 190(i; Commodore, June ;!0, 
1907. His service was as follows: 1870-1871, U. S. S. •■Guard", on Fishing 
Hanks S(|uadron and Darien Interoceanic Canal Survey: 1871-1872, I'. S. S. 
■'Wyoming", and V. S. Flagship "Worcester" of Xorth Atlantic Squadron: 
1872-1873, Nicaragua Interoceanic Canal Survev Expedition; 187.3-187t), 
r. S. S. "Lackawanna", U. S. S. "Yantic", and U. S. S. "Saco" in 
Asiatic Station: lS7(i-lST!>. on coast survey duty in the steamer "Mc.Vrthur" 
on the coast of Southern California, sounding the Santa Barbara Channel and 
the coast line ad.iacent thereto: 1879, Torpedo Station at Newport, Rhode 
Island; 1879, U. S. S. ■Wachusett" in attempt to steam up the Mississippi 
River; 1879-1880, Receiving Ship "Franklin" at Norfolk. Virginia: 1880- 
1882, U. S. S. "Powhatan" on special service; 1882-1885, Instructor in 
Ordnance and Gunnery at the V. S. Naval Academy; 1884, U. S. S. "Dale" 
on practice cruise: l.'^.'i.'-lSSti, U. S. S. "Mohican" of Pacific Station: isx"- 
IS.'S!), U. S. S. •■Marion" and U. S. S'. "Monocacy" on Asiatic Station: 1S0O- 
1S!):!, N'aval Station, New London, Connecticut: 1.S02, attendance on War Col- 
lege, Newport. Rhode Island; 189.3-1894. U. S, S. '•Alliance" of Pacific Sta- 
tion; 1894-1895. U. S. S. "Montgomery" on special service, making tests of 
Alabama coal; 1895-1897, Pensacola Navy Y'ard; 1896, attendance on War 
College, Newport, Rhode Ishuid; 1897-1898. executive officer, V. S. S. "New- 
port" on Nicaragua Interoceanic Canal Survey; and on the blockade of 
Havana during the Spanish-American War in the Squadron of Rear Admiral 
AVilliam T. Sampson, U. S. N. ; 189S. Receiving Ship "•Richmond" at Navy 
Yard. Philadelphia; 1898-1899, executive officer. U. S. S. ••Petrel" in the 
Squadron of Admiral George Dewey. U. S. N.. being at the capture of Ho Ho 
and (\'bu during the insurrection in the Philippines, and personally hoisting 
the American flag on the port at Celiu. Febrnar- 2"J. 1899; 1899-1900. U. S. 
S. "^Monterey" in Squadron of Rear .\dmiral John C. Watson in ^lanila Bay 
during the Philippine insurrection; 1900, U. S. S. "Newark", flagship of 
Rear Admiral Louis Kempfl": 1900, U. .S. S. "Dixie" returning to I'nited 
States: 1900-1902, Hydrographic Insi)ector and Recruiting Officer at ButTalo, 
New Y'ork: 1902, Naval Hospital at Brooklyn, New York, for treatment: 1902- 
1904, Light House Inspector of 7th (Florida) District: 1904, Navy Yard, 
Mare Island, California: 1904-1905, commanding U. S. S. "'Solace" on special 
duty: 190G. inspection duty. Navy Yard. Norfolk. Virginia: 190ti, attendance 
on War College. Newport, Rhode Island: 1907, Commandant of Naval Train- 
ing Station, San Francisco, California, and in command of V. S. S. " "Pensa- 
cola". He was given service medals for the "West Indian campaign. 1898", 
and the "Philippine campaign, 1899-19(t:^' '. He was President of the Florida 
Society of the Sons of the American Revolution ; member of the Society of 
Foreign Wars; and member of the Societ.v of "Sons of Revolution''. After 
retirement from active service, he has lived at Santa Barbara. California. 

h Yaii "\Yyek Sheaff, ])orn April 4, 1854, married Jan- 
uary 5. 1898. Elizalietli Tia])p. dauo'liter of Bariiot TJ. and 
Ellen Eapp, horn at Philadelphia, l^eniisvlvaiiia, Jiil\- 2!i. 
1869. lie died August 16, 1898. No issue. 

They lived at West Chester. Pennsylvania, and she now lives in Phila- 
delphia. He is buried at Oakland (\>metery. West Chester. Pennsylvania. 

e Goold Iloyt. horn May V2. 18.')6. uiarriiHl April 22. 
1885, ^Margaret Adelaide ^laeonih, daughter of Chief En- 



86 THE BULL FAMILY 

gineer (U. S. Navy) David B. and Augusta Hartwell 
(Pope) Macomb, born July 16, 1865 VII-139 

Goold Hoyt Bull was appointed Cadet Engineer after successful com- 
petitive examination, to the U. S. Naval Academy, October 1, 1874, and 
graduated in June 1878. He was commissioned Assistant Engineer June 20, 
ISSO, and resigned June 29, 1889. His service was as follows: 1880-1881, 
U. S. S. "Trenton" on European Station; 1882-18S4, U. S. S. "Powhatan" 
on special service: 1886-1887, on special duty, University of Pennsylvania; 
188S-1880, U. S. S. "Trenton". After resigning from the U. S. Navy he 
was Construction Engineer at Boston, Massachusetts. During the Spanish 
War he was an Acting Chief Engineer in the U. S. Navy, and was Chief 
Engineer of IT. S. S. "Prairie" in the Porto Rico campaign. Was given 
service medal for "Porto Rico campaign, 1898". After his discharge from 
service he was appointed Professor of Marine Engineering at Webbs Academy, 
The Bron.x, New York City. After the opening of the war with Germany he 
was assigned to inspection duty at New York on engines of submarine 
chasers. On January 4, 1918, was commissioned Lieutenant Commander in 
the U. S. Fleet Naval Reserve, and assigned to inspection duty at Erie, Penn- 
sylvania, on machinery for torpedo destroyers 296-335. He owns a home in 
The Bronx, New York City. 

d Anne Jacobs, born December 23, 1857. 
e Reginald Heber, born August 18, 1860, died August 
11, 1863. 

YI-55 Children of Levi G. and Rachel H. (Davies) Bull. VI-17-g 

a Levi George, Jr., born February 7, 1843, died March 
11, 1844. 

Buried in the churchyard of Bangor Eijiscopal Church, at Churchtown, 
Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. 

VI-56 Children of William M. and Sarah R. (Thomas) Bull. 

V-17-h  

a Richard Thomas, born November 9, 1846, died July 
11, 1847. 

b William Levi, born July 10, 1848, married September 
29, 1903, Jean Alice (Christie) Chandler, daughter of John 
and Sara Kaye (Hardman) Christie, born at Troy, New 
York, August 4, 1866. No issue. 

William Levi Bull graduated A. B. from the University of Pennsylvania 
in 1868. Studied law with AVilliam Henry Rawle of Philadelphia, later 
entered the Theological School of Protestant Episcopal Church, and graduated 
there in 1874, and was ordained priest on Ascension Day, 1874. He was 
deeply interested in Home Missions and for several years occupied his time 
in visits to prisons and asylums. 1898-1904 he was' General Missionary of 
the Diocese of Spokane, Washington, and from 1906-1909 was Arch Deacon 
of Missionary Diocese of Salt Lake, Utah. Jean Alice Christie graduated as 
A. B. at the University of Vermont in 1886, receiving the degree of M. A. in 
1916. She married George Garvin Chandler January 19. 1887, and he died 
October 16, 1894, leaving three children, John, born February 18, 1889; 
George Garvin, Jr., born August 23, 1890, and Jean Kaye, born October 29, 
1894. After his death she studied medici'ie and graduated at Hahnman 
College as M. D. in 1897. She practiced medicine until her second marriage. 
Her parents: John Christie was born in Glasgow, Scotland, February 24, 1828, 
and Sara Kaye Hardman was born in Cheatle Parish, near ' Stockport, 
Cheshire, England, July 21, 1836. 

c Sarah Thomas, born July 28. 1850, married December 
11. 1878, Rev. Langdon Chevis Stewartson, who was born 
Xoveinber 10, 1850. She died March 13, 1879. No issue. 

'I .\ niic, born February 13, 1852, died unmarried March 
26, 1895. 

e Lydia Thomas, born May 16, 1858, died June 15, 1858. 



TIM'; I'.l I.I. I'AMII.V 



87 



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,-i I II r.'i III . 

I) l.l,'\\cll;in l';irry, iIkmI hi IS.")!!. 
(' l'](l\\ ;i vA I );i\ics, died in 1S.')'_'. 

(1 .\iiii;i \';ilrri;i. lioni in IS.").'), iii;i rrin I Sc|ilriiil)ir ]"_', 
1S77. \V;invii ( )lis S|icncfr (.r I 'hil;i( |rl plii;i \' I I Ui> 

Shr li\r^ in riii ladrlph j.i. 

(' I.oiiisa Ik,, horn in 1 S.")7. 




"HACKWOOD" 
IV-l-b 

(Pasre IS) 

VI-oS Children of William A. aiul (Mara M. ( Huin Sniitli. V-17-1 

a Ivohcrt llobart. boi'ii l-'chniai'v '2-. 1848. niai'i'icd il^ 
July 5, 187o, Dinah Dunn ol' ('hcltcnliani, England \'Ii-141 

Married (2) May 8. li)OH, Marion llobart Ilunofrrford, 
daughter of Charles and Enu'line Amanda iXims) llnnufr- 
ford of West Deertield, ^lassaehusetts VI 1-14:1 

Robert Hobavt Smith gi-iuluiitcd B. A. at Trinity College in 1869. He 
was in business of banker and broker, in partnersliip with his father. After 
27 years he retired from business. .Vfter liis second marriage his wife hav- 
ing one strain of llobart blood, and liimself two strains, a kinsman of the 
name having expressed tlie wisli that lie should adopt the surname of llobart. 
on the first of June, 191'J. by ,ividieial decree, he assumed the additional 
name of Hobart. They live at Hobart, Delaware County, Xew York. 



8g THE BULL FAMILY 

h Levi Bull, bom June DH, 1850, died January 22, 1855. 

c Clara Hunter, born December 25, 1852, married Octo- 
ber 19. 1881. Eev. Langdon Clievis Stewartson (second wife, 
see YI-56-c). 

He was President of Hobart College, Geneva, New York, and after 
retirement has lived at Greenwich, Connecticut, where he has been rector of 
the Episcopal Church. 

d :\rary Potts, born April 12, 1855, died April 30, 1856. 

VI-59 Children of Henry H. and Emma (Henderson) Bull. 

V-17-n 

a Octavius, born March 27, 1868, died unmarried Octo- 
ber 14. 1900. 

Buried in "Woodlawn Cemetery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

b Heber Levi, born February 7, 1871, died unmarried 
February 9, 1891. 

Buried at Albany, Texas. 

VI-60 Children of Octavius and Hannannetta (Nichols) Bull. 

V-17-0 

a Francis Nichols, born April 6, 1880, in Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvania, married at Baraboo, Wisconsin, February 26, 
1907, Anna Cecilia Powers, daughter of William and Ellen 
(O'Reily) Powers, born at Corpus Christie, Texas, April 
2, 1879 - - VII-143 

He enlisted in Troop K of the 11th U. S. Cavalry January 16, 1902, 
serving over two years in the Philippines at the close of the insurrection. 
He was discharged January 15, 1905, and re-enlisted the next day. He was 
recommended for a commission but was not appointed. He was commissioned 
Second Lieutenant of the Texas National Guard April 22, 1914, and while in 
service organized a Machine Gun's crew at Dallas, Texas. He has since his 
resignation from the National Guard, August 27, 1915, lived at Dallas, Texas. 
After the commencement of the war with Germany, he attended the Training 
Camp at Leon Springs, Texas, and at its close was appointed a Captain of 
Infantry, O. R. C. He reported for duty at Camp Travis August 29, 1917, 
and was transferred to Camp Kearny, where he was made instructor of the 
National Guard, later becoming Personal Officer. On January 1, 1918, he was 
detailed for duty as Machine Gun Instructor at Camp Lewis. After five weeks 
service he was ordered to Monterey, California, to assist in the organization 
of the 301st Cavalry, and in May, 1918, received a commission as Captain of 
Cavalry. The regiment has since been transferred to the Field Artillery, as 
the 46'th, and is now at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, School of Fire, the officers' 
commissions having been changed to those of Field Artillery. 

b Emma Louise, born January 27, 1882, married Sep- 
tember 15, 1909, Dr. Joseph Ignatius O'Farrell of Buenos 
Aires, Argentine — VII-144 

They live in Buenos Aires. 

e Sue Dorothee, born November 27. 1882, married June 
19. 1915, James Rayner Hurford VII-145 

^'L(il Children of Rev. Thomas and Ann H. (Jacobs) Creigh. 

V-18-a 

a Tliomas, no record, died unmarried, 
b James Jacobs, born in Mercersberg, Pennsylvania, No- 
vember 25, 1835, married in West Chester, Pennsylvania, 



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\'l-(iL' Cliililivii of ( 'ynis ll.;iii(| K\l;ilwilli .I;m-,,I,s. \'-1>-I. 

Two cliiltlri'ii. MO I'l'coi'd, Kolli dird in infiiiii'V. 

VI-6;5 ('Inldrcn of Tlionnis 15, ;ind .\l;ir\- ^ ( 'fri'^^h i .l;icf)l)s. 

V-l.S-c 

a .Tolin ("rci^li, hoi'ii Scplcinbrf 1:!. IS:',:^. liaptizcd l)y 
Rev. Levi I'.iill. I). I)., Novcnilicr lo, iSo'.i, died Aiiji;ust 
21, is:?."). ;d ( 'ai'lislc, I'('nns\-I\ania. 

h -lanirs ('x'lMis. horn -luni' 1.'). ]H'>-[, dic(| .)mI\- lM. 1S:54, 
at Carlisle. I'cnnsyUania. 

YI-G4 Childrrii oT Thomas 15. and Alarv (p:iliott) Jafobs. 

V-18-C 

a Jesse Elliott, boni .March 1!), 1839, at Carlisle, Penn- 
sylvania, niairied November 28, 1872, Margaret Dwight 
Rcll of Allculumy, TiMinsylvaiiia. TTc died Octobrn- IH, 
lUOU, at Ijalliniore, ^Maryland. No issLie. 

He is buried in Oakland Cemetery, West Chester, Pennsylvania. She is 
living in Baltimore, Maryland. lie was captain's clerk of the U. S. S. "Wyo- 
ming" on a cruise in the Pacific, IS.'K-tHl. He was appointed Captain and 
Assistant Ad.iutant (ieneral of Volunteers .Tuly 17, 1862. serving on the statf 
of (ionoral Washington Elliott in (ieneral Thomas' army, and was honorably 
discharged September 1st, 1806. See record at I'. S. Pension Office, Wash- 
ington, D. C. He was General Agent of the Xew York Life Insurance Com- 
pany. He was a member of the Loyal Legion. 

b Cyrus Hamilton, born at I lam pi on. Lancaster County, 
Pennsylvania, July 8, 1842, dic.l April 26, 1863. 

Was in the Federal Army during tlie Civil War, in (^)mi)any B, 7"3nd 
Regiment, Ulinois Volunteer Infantr.v. and died on board the Hospital Ship 
Nashville, at Milliken's Bend. He was buried at Milliken's Bend, Ijouisiana, 
but afterwards the remains were interred at Oakland Cemetery, West Chester, 
Pennsylvania. 

c Fanny ^Margaret, born .June 30, 1844, at Hampton. 
Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. 

.She is living at West Chester, Pennsylvania. 

d Tbomas Bull, born ^lareh 24, 184(), at Hampton, and 
died November Ki, 1S.')1, at West Chester. 

e Hilary Duncan, born .Ma.\' 2(1, ISM), 

She is living at West Chester, Pennsylvania. 

f AVilliam Vaughan, born June ID, 1853, married No- 
veinlx'i- ID. 1800. ^lary AVhi])]iU' of AVinona, Minnesota, 
daughter of William Jay and Cornelia (Foster) Whipple, 
born July 9, 1871 .'. VII-147 

They live at (ilencoe, Illinois. 

g Elizabeth Et'vinus. born Fel)ruar.v 8, 18.")6, dietl 
August 26, 1896, at Thoiiiasville, (ieorgia. 

She is buried in Oakland Cemetery, West Chester, Pennsylvania. 



90 THE BULL FAMILY 

\'l-6d Children of John W. and Margaret (Beatty) Bosserman. 

V-19-a 

a Elmira Jane, born September 14, 1828, married 
Amos C. Clemson, who was born October 12, 1815, and died 
July 10, 1888. She died September 12, 1915 VII-148 

They lived at Newport, Pennsylvania. 

b Amos J., born January 1, 1831, married February 12, 
1856, Phoebe A. Pratt, who was born August 4, 1836. He 
died at Long Point, Illinois, February 1, 1887 VII-149 

They lived at Long Point, Illinois. 

c Ephraim, born in Perry County, Pennsylvania, in 
1838, married Mary A. Simmons _. ....VII-150 

They lived at Ottawa, Illinois. 

VI-66 Children of Thomas L. B. and Martha (Beatty) McClure. 

Y-19-b 

a Elizabeth, born April 20, 1832, married by Eev. 
George W. Lahuiser, December 23, 1851, Pattison Jolly, 
born December 23, 1832, in Ireland. She died July 5, 
1914 ______ VII-151 

They lived at Dicksonburg, Pennsylvania. 

b Mary, born March 9, 1836, died unmarried June 21, 

ISSl. 

c Grace, born December 13, 1838, died April 15, 1841. 

d Martha, born March 28, 1841, died September 24, 
1852. 

e Elmira, born January 17, 1847, unmarried. 

f George Birch, born February 7, 1849, unmarried. 

VT-67 Children of Henry B. and Sarah A. (Wallace) Beatty. 

V-19-C 

a Belinda, born September 3, 1838, married in 1857, 
Joseph Larimer, who died January 23, 1878. She died 
April 21, 1903 VII-152 

They lived at Saegertown, Pennsylvania. 

b James Wallace, born October 25, 1840, married De- 
cember 30, 1864, Adeline Smith, who died September 29, 
1905. He died November 18, 1907 ¥11-153 

They lived at Meadville, Pennsylvania. 

c John Henry, born September 17, 1842, at ^Meadville, 
Pennsylvania, married October 10, 1872, at Saegertown, 
Mriry Elizabeth Smith, who was born December 14, 1843....VII-154 

They lived at Cambridge, Massachusetts. 

d Calvin Rush, born September 25, 1845, married Sep- 
teml)er 24, 1872, Ida Kliimph, who died September 29, 1905. 
He died June 30, 1905...... VII-155 

They lived at Greenville, Pennsylvania. 



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1ST:!, MiiruJii'ct t;i I']ll;i Smitli ol' Stmirli.-iiii. .Mjissai-liiisftts. 
who \v;is honi Miiv D, ISH), at Alcai l\ 1 1 lr, rciinsyl vaiiia ... VI I-l.")(i 

'rll.\ llX.'d ,'ll liclst.lM. M.'ISSill-llllsl-lls. 

r 1 Iciii'iclla \\'.. burn Sc|i|ciiilic|- -I. 1S.')(). niai'i'iril Si-p 
tcinlxT L'. ISiiS, Alai'ioii Miiiiiini. who died Mai'ch 2. l!)l)ti \'II I'l" 

Tlii'V li\i(l ill S.-icLTi-rliiwii. !'riiiis> I VMiMM. wliiTc .sill' is still liviiiL'. 

o' Aih'Ha 15.. lioni l-'chnia ry I'l. is,'),'), married Or], ,}),■]■ 
•2-2, 1S7;5. Charles K. lliinler.'who die.! .Xueust 2:',. liM:'.. 
She died Septcinhcr 1»), lSS(j \'il-l.')S 

riiry livrd at S,-ici:cl-tn\vii. I'ciiiisylvailill. 

Vl-()8 ('hihii'eii of Daniel and (Iraee W. iUealls'i ('lose. \'-ll)-(| 

a Mai'lha. liorii Deceiiiher 2'-]. lS:>Ll, itiarrii'tl N'ovemhei' 
6, 1862, dohii McCluiv, who was Imi'ii .May 14. lsl;j, ami 
diedJuly 1!». ISSl. She died Mareh L'4. \'.)\\ \'If-ir,!» 

Tlic.v lived at llariiioiisliui'K'. l\'mi.s.\lvaiiia. 

b James B., born July 16, 18:?7, married Septeiuher 13, 
1864, Mary Elizabeth ^leClure, who was born September 
16, 1848, ami died Seplemher 22, 11)10. He die<l Sep- 
tember 26, 1907. Xo issu(\ 

They lived at 1 lai'inonsburs, Pt'mi.sylvaiiia. 

c William J., born March 24, 1848, man-ietl -In tie 1."). 
1871, Liz-xie Melntosli, who was born in 184."). and diet! in 
1911. He died Ansjnst 6, 1899 VII-160 

They lived at Harmon sbuvE:, Pennsylvania. 

d jMargaret, born April 16, 1846, died Deeemiter 2."). 
1849. 

e Cvmaiitbia. born January 12, 1848, died DenMnber 1. 
1849. 

f Daniel Wilfred, born April 28. 1851. died March 21, 
1857. 

VI-69 Children of Freedom and Elizabeth (Beatty) Lord. V-19-f 

a Eleanor L., born February 18. 1842. married Myron 
Ransom. She died August 24, 1907 VII-161 

They lived near C'onneautville, Pennsylvania, and he is still living there, 
having married October, 1012, Mary Lord Ltictis. He has large farm in 
Spring Township, Crawford County. 

b George Bancroft. l)orn February 18. 1845, married 
December 81. 1868. Delia M(d)owell. who was born January 
14, 1848, He died :\Iav 28, 1906, at Independence. Kan- 
sas - VII-162 

They lived at Franklin. Pennsylvania. She lives in Bartlesville, Oklahoma. 

c Francis L., born June 1. 1847. in Crawford County. 
Pennsylvania, married Fel»i'uar.\- 20. 1870, Caroline L. Ster- 
ling, who was born December 15, 1850. Tie died August 
5, 1915 -.-- VlI-168 

Thev lived at Conneantville. Pennsylvania, where she is still living. 



92 THE BULL FAMILY 

d Henry, born in 1849, died unmarried. 

e Grace S., born in Conneautville, Crawford County, 
Pennsylvania. June 28, 1851, married at Conneautville 
August 1, 1877, Joseph Daniel Howard, who was born Sep- 
tember 7, 1842, at Aurora. New York. She died September 
5, 1911, at Tavares, Florida - VII-164 

They lived at Ardmore, Oklahoma. She is buried in Rynd Farm, Venango 
County, Pennsylvania. He is living at Ardmore. 

f Ida May, born in 1854, died unmarried in 1890. 

She lived at South Oil City, Pennsylvania. 

g Lizzie, born in 1856, died unmarried. 

VI-70 Children of John and Roxanna (Beatty) Englehaupt. 

V-19-g 

a Margaret B., born August 13, 1843, married Darius 
Smith ......VII-165 

She lives at Sandwich, Illinois. Further information requested, Isut not 
answered. 

VI-71 Children of AVilliam H. and Mary (Deyo) Beatty. V-19-h 

a Luther C, born in 1845, married May 1, 1895, Mabel 
Ladd, daughter of Jacob and Amelia A. (deMaas) Ladd, 
born January 1, 1855. He died April, 1917. No issue. 

They lived at lola, Kansas. 

b Sadie J., born September 23, 1849, married (1) July 
23, 1898, Frank Fancher, who died July 24, 1902, killed by 
accident. No issue. 

^Married (2) February 5, 1903, Joseph B. Furman, born 
July 9, 1846. No issue. 

They live at Springfield, Missou.ri. 

A'I-72 Children of Robert B. and Martha (Thompson) Jordan. 

V-20'-a 
a Child died when six months of age. 

VI-73 Children of Robert B. and Emeline (Crossett) Jordan. 

V-20-a 

a Caroline Jane, born at Newport, Pennsylvania, June 
8. 1837, married at Tola, Allen County, Kansas, June 27, 
1858, Francis Marion Power, who was born at Anderson- 
ville, Indiana, ]\Iarch 2, 1831, and died at Archer City, 
Texas. She died there February 11, 1916 : ..VII-166 

He wa.s a hanker and stockman at Archer City, Texas. 

b Amos, born November 2, 1839, died unmarried Sep- 
tember 21, 1863. 

He was in the Federal Army during the Civil War, and died when in 
servicf. 

c Kijiiicis. horn June 21, 1842, and died unmarried 
February 6, 1863. 

He was in Home Guard during the Civil War, and died when in service. 



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OclolxT L*!'. iSTl'. .Iciniie DciiiaiTc, wliu di<j'l Novi-iiili'T in. 
18S(i, ill lolii. K.iiisMS \'ii-n;8 

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Jul.v 24, 1S!)!I. ;d lol.i, K;iiis;is \'ll-ltil) 

■|'lir\- liviMl ;il lnl,i, KiiiiMis, 

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1, 18()!l, -loliii (). \V. ll()\\;ir<i. wild \\;is Kdrii XovrinlM-r II. 
1S4!), ;iiid .lird .Viiuiisl. IHK; \'ll-l<<) 

Mrs. Howard is lixinu- iil ImIh, Kansas. 

o- Infant, born and difil OctolxT !•. IS.")?. 

YI-7-1: Children oi' Hugh and rai'oliiu' ^Jordan,) McClcaiy. 

V-20-b 
a Jane, born in 18:33. married October 28. 1857, Jolin 
TIatcli Uaines, son of Kb(Miezer and Rosamond (Johnson) 
Haines, born at Portsmouth, New llami)shire. and died at 
Providence, Rhode Island, September 2, 188!). She died at 
r>n\\ry. Pennsylvania, -la unary 7, 1907 YIT-171 

They ure buried at Forest iiills Cemetery at Boston, IMnssacIuisetts. He 
was early in life superintendent of an iron works in Pennsylvania, and after- 
wards was engaged in the petroleum l)usiness. They lived in Dorchester and 
Boston, Massachusetts. 

VI-75 Children of John K. and Caroline (Jordan-MeCleary) 
Smith. V-20J) 

a Son, born in 1838, died in infancy. 

b jNlartha R., born in February, 1839, married in 18G9. 
George II. Brewster VII-172 

They lived in Mankato, ]\Iinnesota. 

c INIary A., born June 18, 1841, at Newport. P.miusvI- 
vania, married OctobiM- (i, 1864, at Ilarrisburg. Pennsyl- 
vania, Reuben (iardncr, who was born at Newport Novem- 
ber 4, 1834, son of John and Hlizabeth (Sliatto) (Gardner, 
and died at Seattle, Washington, Sei^tember 2.1. 1903 VII-173 

Reuben Gardner was living at Newport. Pennsylvania, al the outbreak 
of the Civil War. and enlisted .\pril 20. lS(il, in the 2nd Regiment. Pennsyl- 
vania Volunteer Infantry, for three months. At the expiration of this enlist- 
ment he was in July 26. 18(il, discharged. On August 20. 18(>1. he re-en- 
listed in Company H, 47th Regiment. Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, and 
was given the rank of Sergeant. On October 20. 18ti3. having enlisted in the 
Veteran Volunteer Infantry, he was discharged from the 4Tth Regiment. 
September 14, 1864, he was made First Lieutenant, and in January 2."). 186.5, 
was promoted to Captain. He was discharged at Charleston. Sv)uth Carolina. 
December 25, 1865, and mustered out at Philadelphia. January 12, 1866. He 
was wounded in the thigh at Pocotaligo Bridge. South Carolina, and again in 
the hand and breast in the Red River campaign. After the war he went to 
Seattle and was in the Post Oflice Department there. He was buried there by 



*John K. Gardner, born in 1811, and died 1844, was the son of William and Catherine 
(Richwine) Gardner. William died .Vpril 8, 1848, aged 85, and Catherine (Richwine) Gard- 
ner died August (!, 1850, aged 80. She was of French descent and taught French at Newport. 
Elizabeth Shatto was born in 1811, and died September 16, 1882. 



94 THE BULL FAMILY 

the Grand Army of the Eepublic, Odd Fellows and Post Office employees. 
Mary A. Gardner lives in Seattle, where she has been active in war Avork. 
She "is Past National Chaplain of the Woman's Relief Corps, aiixiliary to the 
Grand Army of the Republic* ; member of Order of the Eastern Star, and of 
the National Association of Patriotic Instructors, and has been busy with Red 
Cross work. 

VI-7G Children of Samuel and Rebecca A. (Jones) Jordan. 

V-20-C 

a 1. Sarah J., born February 8, 1841. married August 
1. 1861, Daniel H. Buckwalter, who was born August 9, 
1840, and died June 18, 1915. She died July 15, 1914 VII-174 

They lived in Minneapolis, Minnesota. 

2. Caroline, born February 8, 1841, married George S. 
Emerich _._ - YII-175 

They lived at Mexico, Pennsylvania. 

b Amos Gibson, born in 1844, married Martha AVhar- 
ton __ ..VII-176 

They lived at Logansport, Indiana. 

e Elizabeth E.. born October 12. 1846, married Samuel 
Roth Deckard, who was born March 14, 1844, and died 
June 7, 1915... .- _ .VII-177 

d Anna ]\Iary, born in 1850, married Jerome K. Kerch- 
ner .__ VII-178 

e Two children died in infancy. 

"^'1-77 Cliildreii of Dr. Lewis and Isabella Y. (Martin) Jordan. 

V-20-d 
a Sarah E., born October 11, 1841, married July 5, 

1864, Dr. John Wirt, born in 1820, and died in 1893. She 

died April 21, 1870 ..VII-179 

He was graduated at the Eclectic College, Cincinnati, Ohio, and they 
lived at Delphi, Indiana. 

b Clara Jane Blanchard, born November 20, 1853. 

Lives at Delphi, Indiana. 

VT-78 Children of Jeremiah and Ellen I. (Linn) Jordan. V-20-f 

a Grace Linn, born July 21, 1872, married December 
30. 1891, Clarke E. Twanley, who was born September 25, 

1865, and died November 24, 1910 ....VII-180 

They lived at Alexandria, South Dakota. 

b ^]. Lillian, born November 9, 1873, died in infancy. 

c L :\Icirtha Edith, born June, 1875, died April 4, 1909. 
2. ^Margaret Eva, born June. 1875, married June 30, 
1803. Cliarles Benjamin Gipson, who was born November 
IT, 1870 _.. ...VII-181 

They lived at Alexandria, South Dakota. 

d 1. IMary Caroline, born April 23, 1877, married 
October 9, 1906, John Twanley, who was born April 30, 
1867 _ Vn-182 

They lived at Alexandria, South Dakota. 



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L*. W. Lewis, lidiii Api'il ■_'.'). 1S77, (lird in inl'.-inry. 
e Willi.-iiii Linn, lioi-n July L'l, L^T!', nnnuirriril. 

Hi' lives ill A lr\,iiiili ill. Smilh l)iil<ola. 

t' ('li;ii'li's Lnicrson, lioi'n .hiiin;ii'\' "J. ]SS], 

Mr li\('s III A lr\;iiiilri;i, Si.iilh liiikuiii. 

\'I-7ll ('liildrcn (if llcni-N' I'., iind .\;ini'\- -L i. Meredith i Ivdiierts. 

\'-L'L;i 

n ^Ijiltic. liofu Xovcmlx'i' '_'(). ISi;."). ;il \Vinneli;iM(). Illi- 
nois, died April 10, 1SS:}. 

Slu' is liinird III Miilillr Ci k ('riinlrry. W i n nrliii i.'(i. 

1) Jessie Meredilh, liorn l''el>i'u;i ry L'O, ISiiS, ;it W'inne- 
1);i^'(). Illinois, iiKii'i'ied ()clolier S. L'^IKI, ('liarles I'Mwnrd 
Moi'se, son of Williaiii ;iiid X;ine\' ( M;it I hew s i .Mnrse, diecl 
]\ray 19. 189J) ' \' 1 1-183 

Jessie Meredith Roberts graduated from Rookford. Illinois, Female Sem- 
inary. (Miarles Kdward Morse frraduatod at Oberlin ('(illcyc, .\. I'. She lives 
in Chicago, Illinois. He is buried at Winnebatro. 

c Blanche, horn a1 Winnebaj^o, Illinois. May "in. 1878, 
married February 19, 1896, Dennis AVasmus Grippen, Jr.. 
son of Dennis Wasmns and AFar.u'aret fAVallaee) (irippeii. 
born Fel)riiary 15, 1876. at AViiiiiel)ay,(), Illinois \MI-184 

The.v live at Mason City, Iowm. Dennis Wasmus Grippen, Sr., was First 
Lieutenant of 14fith Regiment, niinois N'lilunteer Infantry in the Civil AVar. 

d Samuel Henry, born Febi'uary 1, 1883. at AYinnebair'o. 
Illinois, married June 15. 1912. Katbarine Sberwood AFar- 
ble, wbo was born at Canton. Obio. April 8. 1891. dan.iibter 
of Onilford Lionel Alarble and Lenore Katharine Sber- 
wood .VIl-185 

Grand davighter of Colonel .lohn M. C. Marble, also grand daughter of 
Kate Brownlee Sherwood,* author, and General Isaac R. Sherwood, breveted 
Brigadier General for "'gallant and meritorious services'' in the Civil War: 
.iudge, editor. Secretary of State of Ohio (18(i9-7:!). now Congressman from 
Toledo (Ohio) District (8th term). Samuel Henry Roberts educated at the 
University of Michigan and graduated with A. B., 190.">. and LL. B. 1907. 
National president. Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, 1910. Other similar 
activities listed in Levere's ''Leading Greeks''. Corporation lawyer, John 
V. Farwell Company, Chicago, Illinois. Lives at Wilmette, Illinois. 

e Etbel. born December 30. 1885, at AVinnebago. Illinois. 

She attended Fairmont Seminary, Washington, D. C. She lives in Chi- 
cago, Illinois. 

VI-80 Children of Edward IJ. and Ann ( 1 lamer > Kob.'rts. V-'Jl-b 

a AVilliaiu llaiuer. l)orn September 1. 1853. in Ihiiitiiiii'- 
don County. Pennsylvania, married October. 1881. Anna 
Powell, danu'liter of Lewis and .Mary M. (llallowell) Pow- 
ell of Winnebapo. Illinois. He died June "23, 188(). Xo 
issue. 

They lived at Fecatoncia. IlUnois, where he ])racticcil medicine, having 
graduated at Chicago Medical College. He is buried at Winnebago, Illinois. 

*Grand daughter ot Alexander Brownlee. Laird of Torfoot. 



96 THE BULL FAMILY 

b Alfred Thomas, born August 4, 1855, in Huntingdon 
County. Pennsylvania, married May 4, 1876, Nellie Smith, 
daughter of Frank Adams and Sarah (Brown) Smith, born 
October 5. 1852, at Byron, Ogle County, Illinois- VII-186 

They live at Lons: Beach, California. 

c Mary Peacock, born November 18. 1859, at Elida, 
Illinois, married October 4, 1887, John Elmer Compton, 
son of Samuel and Jane (Stewart) Compton of Burritt 
Township. Winnebago County, Illinois, born May 19, 1857. 
She died March 17, 1902 VII-187 

She is buried at Winnebago, Illinois. He was again married February 2, 
1905, to Mary Elizabeth Tuttle, of Winnebago. 

d Edward, born April 30, 1869, at Elida, Illinois, mar- 
ried October 6, 1898, Leonora ^I. ^Miller, daughter of Carl 
and Katherine (Jones) Miller, born April 1, 1866, at 
White Rock, Ogle County, Illinois.__.___ .......VII-188 

VI-81 Children of Samuel and Maria (Shoop) Okeson. V-22-c 

They live at Rockford, Illinois. 

a Mattie, born in 1861, married John Williams. She 
died in 1914 ___ __ - : VII-189 

They lived at Marble, Pennsylvania. 

VI-S2 Children of James and Rebecca J. (Okeson) Diven. 

V-22-d 

a Mary Ellen, born August 24, 1858, married Charles 
Silverthorn. She died June 10, 1883 - VII-190 

b Tirza B., born July 21, 1860. 
c George jMcClellan, born February 22, 1863. 
d William H., born November 23, 1865, married 1890 
Alice Cornelius _- - VII-191 

They lived at Shade Gap, Pennsylvania. 

e Albertson 0., born March 10, 1869, married Minnie 0. 
Wagoner. No issue. 

VI-83 Children of John N. and Catherine (Sharp) Bull. V-23-a 

a Eliza Ann, born in 1836, married Daniel Fackler, 
born in 1829, died in 1894. She died in 1898 VII-192 

They lived in West Manchester Township, York County, Pennsylvania, 
and were buried in the churchyard of Neiman's Church. 

b Henry J., born in 1840, died January 8, 1884, unmar- 
ried. 

c ^Mathilda, born in 1841, married Henry Burns, born 
in 1842 and died in 1913. She died in 1912.. ....VII-193 

They lived at York, Pennsylvania. 

VI-84 CJiildren of Frank and Caroline (Maelhorn) Bull. V-23-c 
a AVilliam. 

He lived at Degraff, Ohio, where he was a druggist. He was killed by 
accident while hunting. 



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'I'liiy lived lit I Inrtfovd City, liHli;inn. 




JOSEPH AND MARIA T.OUISA (BULL) XOURSE 

IV-l-cl 

(Piise IS) 

b Auios, born in 184 1, married Alice 11 inkle, daiigliter 
of Asher Hinkle of Emigsville, I*ennsylvaiiia \'l 1-196 

c William, born in 1S4;>, mai-ried Theresa (^wen. 

They lived at Manchester, Pennsylvania. 

d Sarah, born in 1845, married Zaeharias flyers ^'ll-l!)7 

They lived at No. 105 Doiislas Street, Freeport, niinois. 

VI-8G Children of .John and Anna iliiilh Slair. V-:24a 

a Lydia, married Josiah Eshenour. V11-1'J8 

They lived near Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. 

b William V 1 1-199 

e John. 

Said to have two daughters. 

d Eli. 

He lived at IMeehanicsburg, Pennsylvania. 

e Daniel, married Harriet Yetter VlT-l'OO 

They lived at Hummelstown, Pennsylvania. Said to have two danghters. 



gg THE BULL FAMILY 

f Jacob. 

g Emma, married Eshenoiir.. VII-201 

They lived at Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. 

li Samuel, died young. 

VI-S7 Children of John and Emmaline (Bull) Grimm. V-24-b 

a ]\Iar.y Jane, born in 1850', married Emanuel Bair, 
born in 1846. No issue. 

They lived at Mt. Wolf, Pennsylvania. 

b Amanda, born in 1862. married Theodore Gross, son of 
Samuel and Catherine (Wents) Gross, born in 1864 and 
died June 30, 1908 -- VII-202. 

He graduated at the State Xormal School, Millerstown, Pennsylvania, and 
taught school in York County. The Gross family were of the early settlers 
in York County, and figured prominently in Colonial history. 

VI-88 Children of Levi and Elizabeth (Metzgar) Bull. V-25-a 
a Jacob ]M., born in 1853. married Eliza Maye. No issue. 

They lived at Columbia, Pennsylvania. 

b John M. B., born in 1855, married Ellie Arnold. No 
issue. 

They lived at Columbia, Pennsylvania. 

c Emma, born in 1858, married Jacob ]\I. jNIarsekman. 
d Henry, born in 1865, married H. Alice Goodman. 

VI-89 Children of Michael and Sarah (Bull) Maelhorn. V-25-b 

a John, born in 1848, married Anne Rhodes VII-203 

They lived at York Haven, Pennsylvania. 

b Levi Bull, born in 1849, married Emma Rhodes VII-205 

They lived at Mt. Wolf, Pennsylvania. 

e Elizabeth, born in 1850. 

She lived at Manchester, Pennsylvania. 

d AVilliam B., born in 1853, married Mary A. Metzgar..VII-205 

They lived at Selinya, Pennsylvania. 

6 Jacob B., born IMay 27. 1854, married Amanda Shepp, 
daughter of John and Fielta (Sultzberger) Shepp of May- 
town, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, born January 10, 
1855 VII-206 

They lived at Mt. Wolf, Pennsylvania. 

f Andrew B., born in 1855, married Caroline Hart- 
man .......VII-207 

They lived at York Haven, Pennsylvania. 

g Leah, born in 1858, married William Richcreek VII-208 

They lived at York, Pennsylvania. 

h Anna, born in 1862, married Benjamin Myers VII-209 

They live on George Street, North York, Pennsylvania. 



Till'; I! I 1,1, I'AMILV 99 

\' 1-1)0 (1iil(li-cii (.r Mlij.-ih ;iimI l':ii/,;il)rtli < I I cckiii;] n , I'.ull. \'--_'.')-|, 
<i .\iiii;i I'... honi ill iSlii'. iiiiirricd K'oIxtI ( 'hi w son. 

'rili'\ In.il III l\|ili I :i t ,1, 1 .,1 nr:i nI .■! ('olllil,\. I 'ill li s.\ I \ ii li ill . 

1) 1. .Milloii, lioni ill ISIK;, 
L*. Lizzie, lioni in iSlKi. 

She livril in I 'li i liidrl pli i .i. I 'en nsy I VM n i.'i . 

(• Mjiry, liorn in IS(ll). 
(I Willijiiii, born in 187)5. 

I.i\ril al M|ili i:il ,1. I ..'i iicMStcr ('(lUnly, I 'ciinsy i va iii;i. 

Kllic, lioni ill IS?."). 

She lived al I Ml i la drl |ili ia , I 'I'liiis yl vania. 

\'I-!)1 Cliildivn of S;iiiiiirl , -111(1 Ml iz;i lirt h (I'.iill) Sli.-irlTiT. X'-^.l-c 

;i Adjiiii, hoMi April 1-"). 1858, at Wi'igleslow n, I'ciinsyl- 
vaiiia. iiiai'i'it'd .lane Sliact'f'cr. , 

Tlley livi'il al I ,iiL;aiisvill(>, Pi'imsylvaiiia. 

b Clai'a A., born DccciiibtM' f). 1859. 

c Catherine K., boni March 27, 18G1, niiinicd William 
11. Wriolr. 

d Alice ]\I., born Scptciiibcr '2. 18(i"_', married l^'i'ankliii 
E. Miseiihart VI 1-210 

They lived at Yoi'k, Pennsylvania. 

e John F., born October 10, 18(i8. married Delila Reeser. 
l)orn in 1866..... VI [-211 

They lived at Rollo, Pennsylvania. 

f Emma E., born May 2, 1865. 

g William II., born August 26, 1866. married Ida Ul)- 
lander. He died January 3, 1918 \'1 1-212 

They lived at York, Pennsylvania. 

h ]\Iary J., liorn November 1-4, 1867, mar]'i(>d Walter J. 
Arndt. She died March 7, 1916..! Vll-21:^ 

They lived at York, Pennsylvania. 

i Constantine Jacob, born December 26, 1869. mnrried 
Cletes Alice Schriver VI 1-214 

j Flora J., born April 3, 1871, married TIarrv E. Turn- 
bull [ VI 1-215 

k Solomon M.. born September 26, 1872. married 1-hiima 
J. Arnold. 

1 ^Maggie ^I., born Julv 1, 1874. married Amos li. 
Schaetfer ^ ".... VI 1-216 

They live on AVest Philadelphia Street, York, Pennsylvania. 

Vl-92 Children of Henry S. and Ann (l^uin Will. V-25-d 

a Clarence B., born in 1858, married Cora Tolman \'n-217 

They lived at Mitehel, South Dakota. 

b Ileynian, died. 



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100 THE BULL FAMILY 

VI-93 Children of Michael and Jane (Bull) Quickel. V-26-a 

a Eliza, born December 15, 1849, married (1) John 
Hammett. No issue. 

Married (2) David Hursh, who died December 28, 1911. 
Xo issue. 

b John, married Elizabeth Benedict... VII-218 

They lived at Berlin, Adams County, Pennsylvania. 

c Edward, married Mary Swartz. 

They lived at Mexico, Pennsylvania. 

d Sarah, died in childhood. 
VI-91 Children of John H. and Elizabeth (Bull) Hoover. V-26-c 

a Kate, born April 17, 1851, married September 16, 
1877, Samuel A¥. Hykes, farmer, born August 11, 1857....VII-219 

b Augustus D., born in 1855, married Carrie Shettle, 
who was born January 1, 1851, and died January 1, 1915..VII-220 

They lived at Zion's View, Pennsylvania, where he was a farmer; later 
moved to York, Pennsylvania, where he was a dealer in tobacco. 

c Rebecca A., born March 25, 1856, married Philip 
Shindle Quickel, who was born January 31, 1857 VII-221 

He was a farmer, son of Gideon and Susan (Shindle) Quickel, and 
grandson of Michael (Crone) Quickel. His great grandfather was a Colonel 
in the Revolutionary War and was uncle to Dr. Smuckei', one of the founders 
of the Lutheran Church west of the Susquehaulia, and a minister of note in 
early history of York County, Pennsylvania. 

VI-95 Children of AA^illiam B. and Elvira E. (Shields) Bull. 

V-26-d 
a Esther A., born September 30, 1849, married Novem- 
ber 2, 1884, Smith Newall, who was born December 5, 1847, 
and died February 9, 1914 ......VII-222 

He was a farmer near Rensalear, Indiana. 

b William Ross, born October 7, 1851, married Novem- 
ber 17, 1881, Miriam English, who was born November 17, 
1853, and died October 24, 1915. 

They lived at Rensalear, Indiana. 

c Sarah Catherine, born March 6, 1854, married Henry 
A. Barkley, who was born in 1848. She died April 15, 
1910 VII-223 

He was a farmer near Rensalear, Indiana. 

d Emma Frances, liorn June 9, 1857, married in 1877 
Jasper Wright. She died June 8, 1888....^ VII-224 

They lived at Mt. Ayer, Indiana. 

e John Morgan, born in 1858, married Libby F. Hall....VII-225 

They lived at Elmo, Missouri. 

f Lillie May, born August 25, 1860, married Charles C. 
Carter ....yiI-226 

They lived at Silver Lake, Indiana. 

g Louis Andred, born September 7, 1866, died in 1893, 
unmarried. 



TWi: I'.ri.L KAMILV 101 

ll I(l;i \'i()l;i. Imni AilLiilst Ki, lS(i!l. djiil Ailj^llst In. 
181)0, iiiiiii;irric(|. 

\'I-!)(i Cliil.livii ol' Lewis Iv*. ;iihI .M;iri;i niilli Millrr. \'-L'(i-,. 

;i .\iiii;i I']l i/.iilict ll, lioni Sc|)t('iiilii'l' L'^I, IS.")."), iii;i rricil 

IhiiTV ( 'fcilzinaii Zciulcr. who \\;is Ixii'ii April L'T. 18.")4-, riinl 

(lied .lull.' IL', iSllil. She <li.Ml Novcliili.T :^1. IIMII) \l 1-1^1^7 

Ihirry ('. /('if;li'r was (lcsci>iiili'<l rroiii urn- nf llir I'lirlicst York f'oiinty 
l';iniilics llml lit;niT<l |iri)iniiiriil iy in its liUlory iliiriiit; llii' l<i-vip|iitii)niii'y W'lir. 
and hitiT. 

1) W'illiniii lli'iii-y. lioni Sc|itciiil)cr 1 s. 1S,")7, iiuii'fird Ky 
liu! llvw Alcxjiiidci' (I'olwald. •Iiiiic ;ll). ISSI, Sarah -laiir 
Yost, (lauylitcr of Ahi-aliain and Alarv Kuiin Yost, honi 
]\Iay 121. 1858 ! 1 V 11-228 

Thoy live in York, Penii.s.vlv!ini!i, where he is senior nieml)er of W. H. 
Miller & Son, shoe firm, niul is eonneeled witli various otlier business inter- 
ests. She is !i graiul daugliter of .lolm and Salome (ShaetVer) KiniK; a 
great granddaufrhter of .Tacob and Catherine (Bollinger) Kniig; a great great 
granddaughter of Valentine and Harbara (Sunper) Emig; and is a descend- 
ant of .lohn and Eva (Si)angler) Emig. Eva Si)angler's grandfather, f.asper, 
was 1)0111 May 2(>, 171.", at Weyler under Steinsbach, County of Ililsbach in 
the Palatinate on the Uhine (now in Baden). The Yosts, S'unpers, Emigs 
and Spanglers were among the earliest settlers in York County, owning 
niagniticeut farms. The Yosts came from Switzerland and were Jloravians. 
(See Spangler Annals.) 

c John Ross, born October 21, 1860. died .January 1. 
1866. 

VI-97 Children of Chirk and Esther Ann (Biilli Wilson. 

V-26-li 

a ]\Iary, married William Shade of Harri.sbiirp-. Pcnii- 
sylvania ' VII-22!) 

b Mathilda, married • John Smith of ^[eehanicsbur"'. 
Pennsylvania VII-280 

e William, married Alice Crumblinof VIT-231 



^f- 



d Annie, married Alexander Bollinger VII-232 

e Elizabeth, died unmarried. 

VI-98 Children of Thomas W. and Columbia (.McFerron-Knii- 
lish) Anderson. \'-27 

a Amanda B., born in lS;i7. died in 1S31). 

b Elizabeth J., born October 12, 183!i, married (1) in 
1856 Judge J. R. Woolten, who died in 1864.. VII-233 

^larried (2) in 1867 William Edward Conlv. who died in 
1887. She died IMay 28, 188!) VlI-231 

William Edward Conly was a farmer. They were esteemed members of 
the Baptist Church and of the community in which they lived. 

e Samuel Joseph, born Sei>tcmber 4. 1841. married (l") 
July 25, 1866, Mattie L. Conly. who died in April, isyo. 
and was the daughter of Elizabeth I^ell Conly \'l 1-235 

]\rarried (2) November 15, 1871. Virginia Irene Lacy, 
daughter of II. ]\I. and Harriet (Bramer) Lacy, who came 



202 THE BULL FAMILY 

from Virginia and Alabama, respectively. She was born 

May 9, 1856. He died March 15, 1907 VII-236 

Samuel Joseph Anderson served four years during the Civil War. He 
was born at Cape Girardeau, Missouri, and went to Texas with his father's 
family in 18.53. He was educated at the Boston High School in Bowie, 
Texas, and prepared for the ministry at the Baptist Institute at Lattonia, 
Texas.' In 1860 he entered the ministry and was licensed, but not ordained 
to preach. Then it was he entered the Confederate army and served as a 
courier for General Dick Taylor in the Red River campaign. When that was 
ended he joined Forrest's Cavalry, where he served until taken prisoner. 
After the war he returned to the work in the ministry. He was a devoted 
pastor in several churches in Texas. He was the founder of Burleson Col- 
lege in Greenville, Texas, and was its president for three years. Was cor- 
responding secretary of the Baptist Missionary Association of Texas, several 
years; associate editor of the Baptist paper several years; and he received 
the degree of D. D. from Baylor University at Waco, Texas. He was greatly 
beloved by all who knew him, and his memory was eulogized by many. She 
is living at Jefferson, Texas. 

d Richard Alexander, born in 1843, died unmarried in 

1862. 

e James Carey, born and died in 1845. 

A Sarah Ann, born August 12, 1846, married January 
30, 1867, John Brown Statler, son of John and Martha 
Statler, from Missouri, born July 21, 1840. She died 
June 9, 1894 -... - .: _...VIT-237 

.John Brown Statler is a retired merchant. He saw service in the Civil 
War from 1861 to 1865. She is buried at Pilot Point, Texas. 

g Jasin McFerron, born in 1849, married in 1875 Sadie 
E. AVilliams, born in 1850 _...__ _ VII-238 

h Columbia Adelia, born September 5, 1852, married 
December 15, 1872, Bob Smith Pope, son of Cullen and 
Temperance Pope of Jefferson, Texas, born November 1, 
1845 _ - ...VII-239 

He was a confederate soldier for three years in the Civil War. Is a 
farmer at Annona, Texas, Route 2. He lost his arm in 1881, but was able to 
continue work and do well, supporting comfortably a large family. 

i Thomas Wilson, Jr., born October 25, 1855, married 
January 9, 1882, Emma Williams, daughter of A. J. Will- 
iams of Texas, born January 16, 1860, and died May 5, 
1896. He died December 4, 1908_._ .......VII-240 

He was a prominent business man, and they were active members of the 
Missionary Baptist Church. 

YI-99 Children of John and Margaret A. (Anderson) Wilson. 

V-27-b 

a Sarah Jane, born May 24, 1843, married ]\Iarch 5, 
1865, Julius M. Snider ......VII-241 

b AVilliam Thomas, born July 4, 1849, married Feb- 
ruary 9, 1874, Bernice Limbaugh. He died January 13, 
1908 VII-242 

They lived at Cape Girardeau, Missouri. 

c Virginia Ann, born October 4, 1851, married August 
4, 1869, Frederick Schatte, son of Charles L. and 



Till': I'.ll.l, KA.MILV 103 

(liCJidtTi Schallc of (';i|ic ( i ir;i m li'.iii. .M issoii i-i. Iiiini -liiii- 
ii.-iry 1, IS lit. Me iliid ;it Los A ii^tIcs. ( ';ilir(inii;i, .\()\riii- 
Ixi-!), lSi>7 \'ll i^i:; 

Slic livis in l.iis AiiKi'lcs, Ciili foriiiii. 

lie is liuricd ;il Los .\iik>'1<'^. < ':i lifni-niii. 

(i Adcljiidc IsjkIoi'c. Iiorri Mjirdi 1.'!. 1S.')|. iii;irrif(I 
N;i1 Imiiicl ('ool'; b'risscll of ( ';i|ic ( 1 ir;ii'(lc;iii, .Missouri \' I I l! H 

e Kdwiii, no rt'cord. Studied nicdicinc. All 1i;iit lost. 

VI-1()() Cliildivii of \)v. \Villi;iiii !'.. ;iiid Ann Iv -.liidsoin Wil- 
son. \'-"_'S-a 

;i Clijirlcs Oreeiu*, horn Anu'nst IS. 18r)4, iii;ii'i-ifd Xo- 
V('nd)tT 2."}, 187G, Ennna ^Vnianda Williams. lit- died 
Angust 1!). 18!10 VII -1^4:^ 

1) Ellen, hoi'n Auji'nsl 11. IS.")!!, inarrifd .Xovcniix'i- .3, 
1880, Alexander Ilaui'illon .Miller '. VII-24G 

c Joseph ]\raple. born Ang'nst 10, 1864, niai'riecl .luiir 11*. 
1894, Grace Semie VI 1-247 

d John Draper, horn Fel)i-iiarv 12, 187.'i. nmi-ried June 
5, 11)01, Emma Brucker \'il-248 

YI-101 Children of Jndge D. Greene ;ind :\rarv S. (Yeadn) 
Wilson. V-28Ji 

a Benjamin, born April 3, 1873. 

h William, horn Jannary 8, 1877. 

c John, born August 9, 1885. 

d :\radge. born :\rareh 24, 1888. 

VI-102 Children of Alphonso and Aliiirdia (Wilson) Wilson. 

V-2!l-a 

a Gilbert Lafayette, born September 30, 1842. maiTied 
in 18H8. Susan Elizabeth Colyei', daughter of -lames 
Franklin and Adelina (Dunlop) Colver. born Xovember 
15, 1842, died January 31. 1894. He died April 11, 1872...A^II-249 

They lived at Cape Giiardean, Missouri. .Tames F. and Adelina Colver 
are buried in the cemetery of Apple Creek Church, near Pocahontas, ilissouri. 

b Archibald Alexander, l)orn Xo\'ember l(i. 1844. mar- 
ried January 6, 1870, ^Tary Alice Hansel, born Jiilv 4. 
1851, died February 3, 1904. He died December 3, 1913...A'n-250 

They lived at Pocahontas, Missouri, and are buried in the conietei'v of 
Apple Creek Church. 

c Thomas M., born 1840. died in 1848. 

d Sarah Elizabeth, born April 3. 1848, married Jan- 
uary 17, 1867, James W. Colver, son of Franklin and 
Sallie Colyer, born :\larch 29, 1844. died January 5, 1904. 
She died at Pasadena, California. December 17, 1914 VII-251 



1U4 THE BULL FAMILY 

e Martha Theresa, born in 1849, married (1) Henry 

Clouse - - VII-252 

^Married (2) Dr. A. M. Ehnore. No issue. 

She lives at Dallas, Texas. 

f Lily Virginia, born February 4, 1852, married Sep- 
tember 9, 1875, Campbell 0. Turner, son of David and 
Anna Turner of Pike County, Missouri, born November 
10, 1852 ._ - - - ---VII-253 

They live in Hollywood, California. 

g Shaby Ann, born January 23, 1854, married Septem- 
ber 4, 1877, Austin Lunsford Hines, born August 18, 1838, 
and died February 17, 1912. She died August 28, 1908....VII-254 

They lived at Pasadena, California. 

h Surrilda Jane, born January 30, 1858, married in 
1903, Lauehlan Donaldson in Tiftonville, Tennessee. She 
died at San Diego, California, ]\Iareh 1, 1917. No issue. 

She is buried in Mountain View Cemetery, Pasadena. 

i Susan ^Minerva, born May 5, 1860, married February 
27, 1900. John Walter Chambers of Alabama. No issue. 

They live at San Diego, California. 

j Edward, born in 1862, married December 16, 1885, 
at Pilot Point, Texas, Bennie Harrison, born May 18, 1865_.VII-255 

They live at Denton, Texas. 

VI-103 Children of Ezekial and Mary A. (AVilson) McNeely. 

V-29-b 

a Martha Elizabeth, born 1840, married 1857, John 
W. Knox : ._ .-.- VII-256 

They lived at Cape Girardeau, Missouri, and at Jackson, Missouri. 

b Sarah Caroline, born in 1841. Lives at Jackson, Mis- 
souri. 

c Lettie Columbia, born in 1844, married in 1867, 
Thomas Swan. She died in 1869. 

She is buried at Brazeau, Missouri. They lived in Perry County, 
Missouri. 

d Rebecca Jane, born in 1847, married in 1869 Otho 
Price _ .__... - - VII-257 

They lived at Brazeau, Perry County, Missouri. 

e Laura, born in 1849, married in 1870, David Edward 
Hope, who was born in 1842. She died in 1878. He mar- 
ried the third time, Fannie Long. He died in 1893 -- ¥11-258 

They lived at Cape Girardeau, Missouri. He was a merchant. Elizabeth 
F. Howard (VI-107-b) was his first wife. Laura McNeely was his second wife. 
He wns son of David C. and Narcissa (Harris) Hope from North Carolina. 
He is buried at the cemetery of Apple Creek Church, near Pocahontas, 
Missouri. 

f Nancy Julia, born February 11, 1852, married Decem- 
ber 25, 1877, James "William Brantley, son of James and 
Jane (]McNeely) Brantley of Mooresville, North Carolina, 
born September 9, 1849, and died April 10, 1890 VII-259 

He was a farmer, and he is buried at Farmington, Missouri. She is living 
in St. Louis, Missouri. 



'I'llh; I'.ILI. I-'A.MILY 105 

^' I'liiiiii;! Siirril(l;i, liorii in IS.')."), 

sill' lives jil .l.'icKsdii, Missiiiui. 

Ii Tliomiis I<]iiji:('ii(', horn .M;iy Id. ls.")!l. ;il A lli iiliiir<,', 
.Missouri. ni;i rricd .linic 11, ISIHI, .M.illir (';irr .lolinson ;it 
Colli'^f Hill, .Mississi[)|)i. She was lioni -July '^, 167G, and 
(lied .Inly ;!(), IDKi Yll-'2m 

lie lives ill .hieksim, Missouri, iiiul she i.s Imried there. He Kriidniiled at 
Missouri Sliile Xoriiuil Scluxil with decrees nf Hiielielor of S<'ieiit i(ir' l)idiic- 
tics, 1111(1 .M. .S'. 1).. inid from Missouri Sl.ile l'niversit,v with det'ree.s of A.M. 
and A.M. He is ii school teiicher. She was the dauKhter of Heiijaiiiiii (). 
1111(1 Miirthii lOliziilieth (l.ucke.v) .lolinson. The latter was from Kowuri 
Coiiiit.v, .Xortli Carolina, and is still liviiif; at Oxford, AHssissiijpi. He wus 
a fanner. 

VT-KU (Miildivii of (Icoriiv and Elizalid li .1. ' Wilson i Short. 

a Martha Caroliiic. horn in KS-1^>. married in 18(J(> lioh- 
crt \V. McXocly. She died in 187;^ Vll-Jtll 

h 'riioinas Wilson, born in 184(). married in ISliS .Marv 
S. CJillsland. lie died in 1!)14 VlI-262 

e John Xewton, hoi'ii in 184!». married in ISTil .Mice 
Short, lie died in HUT Vll-2ti:{ 

d Margaret Emeline, born in 1852. died unmai'ried in 
1877. 

e Elizal)etli Effiie, born in 18G0. married in 1887. Robert 
Andrew Caldwell VII-264 

The.v live at Friiitland, Missouri. 

YI-105 Cliildren of :\liehael A. and Dovey A. (MeLain) Wilson. 

V-2!)-d 

a Otho, born November 8, 184S. marri(>d :\ray :31. 1870. 
Cora C. .MeXeely. lie died January 2. 1S82 " \' 11-203 

b James Anderson, born July 26, 1850, died ucmarried 
February 22, 1873. 

e Laura, born June 20, 1852, married in 1872 William 
Ruff Vll-2(in 

They live at .Tackson, JHssouri. 

d Thomas IMarion, l)orn Octobei- 11. IS.")."), married .lan- 
uary 12, 1883, Nora Davenport, dauiiiiter of Joseph and 
Jane Davenport of North Carolina, horn October 18, 18(^0. 
He died May 18, 11)00 Vll-2t)7 

He was a school teacher. He was buried at Oklahoma. He had college 
degree of Bachelor of Scientific Didactics. She married asraiii and is now 
Mrs. Jacob Doyle, of Cape Girardeau, Missouri. 

VI-lOG Children of Thomas A. and Minerva (Russel) Wilson. 

V-2!)-f 

a Elizabeth Sojihia, born February 15, 1854. married 
Mareh 26, 1874, Edgar Lowrie Hope, son of David C. and 
Nareissa Hope of North Carolina, born January 28. 1848..„VII-268 

They live at Puxico, Missouri, where he is a merchant. 



-,Q6 THE BULL FAMILY 

h :\Iary Emily, born July 12, 1855, married April 25, 
1876, EliAbernathy, son of Baltic and Delilah C. (Mc- 
Comijs) Abernathy, born October 15, 1846. _..... - VII-269 

He is a graduate of St. Mary's Seminary, at Perry ville, Missouri. They 
live at Jackson. Missouri. 

c Surrilda, born June 29, 1857, married March 25, 
1875, David B. Seibert..- .- - -VII-270 

They live at St. Louis, Missouri. 

d infant, born January 7, 1859, died February 14, 1859. 

e Thomas Elliott, born January 22, 1861, married Octo- 
ber 25, 1893, Beulah Harris, daughter of Dr. Edward R. 
and Annie E. Harris of Cape Girardeau, :Missouri, born 
August 31, 1872 .__ - -- - -- -- VII-271 

He is a farmer near Jackson, Missouri. 

VI-107 Children of U. Monroe and Theresa C. (Wilson) How- 
ard. ^'-29-g 

a Cora C, born in 1850, married in 1886 Oliver S. 
Harris, who was born in 1842 and died in 1887 VII-272 

b Elizabeth F., born in 1853, married in 1869, David 
Edward Hope, who was born in 1842 and died in 1893. 
(See VI-103-e.) She died in 1870. 

Elizaheth F. Howard was his first- wife, Laura McNeely (VI-103-e) was 
his second wife and Fannie Long was his third wife. They lived at Cape 
Girardeau, Missouri. 

c Flora Octavia, born in 1858. married in 1883, Thomas 

Drum, who was born in 1854 — VII-273 

d Effie, born and died in 1862. 

V 1-108 Children of Richard A. and Catherine E. (Knox) AVilson. 

V-29-h 

a Robert Pinkney, born March 29, 1857. married Lillian 
Seibert. He died January 30, 1896. - _.....-VII-274 

VM09 Children of Newton and Rachel S. (Wilson) Hughey. 

V-29-i 

a Henry, born in 1856 and died in 1867. 

VI-110 Cliiklren of George and Rachel S. (Wilson-Hughey) 
Clodfelter. V-29-i 

a ]\Iinnie Ann, born ^larch 20, 1866, married April 21, 
1^s5. AVilliam Addison Morton, son of William Pinckney 
and Eliza ]\Iorton of Pocahontas, Missouri _... ..VII-275 

They live in Birmingham, Alabama, and his business is that of a travel- 
ing salesman. 

b Charles, died in 1889. 

Vl-111 Children of Cicero A. and Lily C. (AVilson) Howard. 

V-29-j 
a Iva. born in 1857, married in 1878, John Robb _....VII-276 

They live in Hayti, Missouri. 



TIIH I'.l 1,1. lAMILY 107 

\'I-11'_' (Miil.hvii (.1' -loliii ('. ,iih1 I/iI\- <". I Wilson II()w;ii-il I 
Ad.-iins. \' -!'-.i 

;i Itiirii. 
I) Lulu. 
C I.llll.l. 
(1 IJusli. 

C ( i 1 1 i 1 1 1 . 

VI-ll:? Childivii (.f Willi.-iiii A., Ji'.. nnd M;ii'<^-:itv1 (Liickfy) 
I5ull. V-:5()-(l 

;i l);i\i(l, luiiri'ifd Nellie (iilisoii. 

I) Annie. 

C Cl'illenden. 

\'l-114 Children of .lames A. and Amanda ^llnulieV) i'.ull. 

V-;:{0-e 
a Tiillie A., horn ^[arch 4, 1862. married -Toluison Evans. 
1) -lolm W.. Iiorn Jainiarv 1:^, 1858, mai'i-ied .Mai'\' F. 
Cook. 

Vl-llT) Childi'eii of Kieliard A. and .Marv V. (Fry) Chapman. 

V-82-a 
a James Edwin, horn May 5. 1858. mai-ried dune 4-. 
1897, Helen Smith, l)orn at Austin, Texas. No issue. 

Tlu'V live at Slieriuan, Texas. 

b Kieliard Alexander. l)orii .January 81, 18()l), marritnl 
December l-l, 1892, Nora Mayfield, who was born at Over- 
ton. Texas. No issue. 

They live at Sherman, Texas. 

c Rebecca Lucille, bom A[)rii ItJ, 1S(J2, married .June 
14, 1888. Allison Mayfield \'iI--_'77 

They live at Overton, Texas. 

d Susan Frv. born Xov(>mb(>r 28. IStiT. died -lanuary 
28, 18G8. 

e Georg'e l^'ry. horn May li', 1870. 

He lives at Sherman, Texas. 

f Mamie Elizalieth. born Ai)ril 8, 1878. 

She lives at Sherman, Texas. 

Vl-116 Cbildreii of William A. and .Mildred iFrv) Chapman. 

V-82d) 

a Ann Eliza, horn May 2(). 1859, died Deeemht'r 18, 
1860. 

1) ]\lartlia Clifton, born Jannary 8. 1861, mai-ried Feb- 
ruary 21, 1894, Charles Edwai'd I^owell. She died Auunist 
6, 1895. No issue. 

They lived at (4allatin, Tennessee. 

c William AUic, born October 9. 1862, died April 18, 
1864. 



108 THE BULL FAMILY 

d John Fry, born April 14, 1866, married June 14, 
1899, Jane Cantrell ...._. - - VII-278 

They live on the Cantrell Farm, Gallatin, Tennessee. 

e Amanda Estill, born May 11, 1869. married Septem- 
ber 12, 1894, Harvey Davis Henley VII-279 

They live at Gallatin, Tennessee. 

f Sally Mary, born October 29, 1873. 
VI-117 Children of William D. and Druxilla (Mix) Bull. Yl-3;3-a 
a Emma, no date record, married Richard Moore. 

Lived at Lafayette, Indiana. 

b Eben, no date record, died unmarried. 

He is said to have served in Civil War — nothing is on file at Adjutant 
General's Office, Indianapolis. 

c William A., no date record, died unmarried. 

Served in the Civil War, enlisted in Company D, 1.52nd Regiment, In- 
diana Volunteer Infantry, February 9, 1865, as private for one year. Pro- 
moted to Corporal February 25, 1865, mustered out at Charles To-wn, West 
Virginia, August .30, 1865. From certificate of Adjutant General Indiana, 
February 3, 1917. 

VI-118 Children of AA^illiam D. and Susan B. (Brown) Bull. 

V-33-a 
a Frank, no date record, died unmarried, 
b Anne, no date record, died unmarried. 

VI-119 Children of Joel and Emeline (Bull) Vanderford. Y-SS-c 

a Sally Ann, born May 16, 1838, married (1) April 9, 
1866, Crichfield Goodwin, who died in 1869.... VII-280 

He served in army during Civil War. 

:\rarried (2) in 1889 AVilliam Tyler, who died March 1, 
1910. She died July 11, 1915. Xo issue. 

b Eliza Una, born July 30, 1840, in Ross County, Ohio, 
married October 6. 1861, Thomas Smith in Noble County, 
Indiana. She died in 1916.. VII-281 

They lived in Voble County, Indiana. 

c Richard Clark, born in Noble County, Indiana, Jan- 
uary 17. 1843. married August 30, 1866, Eliza McCutch- 
eon ..VII-282 

He served during the Civil War. He enlisted as a private at Keu- 
dallsville, Indiana, February 14, 186.5, in Company F, 1.52nd Regiment, In- 
diana Volunteer Infantry, for one year. Promoted to Sergeant March 6, 
18tJ.j, mustered out at Charlestown, West Virginia, August 30, 1865. They 
live at Spokane, Washington. 

d Alary, born in Noble County, Indiana, November 7, 
1844. married (1) July 9, 1865, S. A. Covell. No issue. 

Alarried (2) October 30, 1886, Daniel Morris of Kos- 
ciusko County. Indiana. She died November 12, 1891. No 
issue. 

They lived at Kimmell, Indiana, and she is buried there. 

e AVilliam Comer, born in Noble County, Indiana, 
Alarch 26, 1847, married (1) February 12, 1868, Alary E. 



Till': I'.rij, I'AMii.v lu'j 

( 'iitsliji w , who (lied \()\ciiilicr !•. ID-H. in Ijim'oIii. Nr- 

lir;isk;i, :iii<l \\;is luiriiMl ;il K ini iin'l I. |ihIi;iii;i N'II-'J"^."! 

M.-irricd ( L' I . I;i iiii;i ry 1, l!Mtl. Mrs. Lydiii I'.r;i( l.-ii of 

Howe, I iiili;iii;i. She ( lied . I ;iim;i ry 1^.'). 11)17. No issue. 

Ilr siivi'il (liiiiiiLr ilii' (ivil W;ir. I''.iilisl('<l iis a private in diinpany F, 
I.'iL'ihI Kiniiiitiil. \ uliiiiicci- 1 nr.itil ry. mI Kriidallsvilli', Tiirliatia, Frbriiary l!l), 
lsi;."i. lor iiMc vrar. .M iislcrcil (iiil May !.'(■>, ISti.'i, al l''rc(li'rifk. Marylaiiil, by 
V. (». 77. ('. S', .\. <i. (). I.Kti.'i. .V(l.iulant (icricral's ( 'crt ilicatr, Iiiiliaiia. Ki-liru- 
ary .'I. Ilil7. lie is liviiiir at Kiiniiicll, Indiana. 

t" Xaiicir .l;iiic. lioni M;irc|i ]'2. l^^.")!, died Si'|)lrinlii'r :>, 
18.") 1. 

<;• -loliii i"'i'cuiuid. Iioi'ii Sc|ilcinlnT lii. ls.')t;. djrd -Inly 
30, 1878. 

He was il inw ind in ilir ( iilunii'l Kivrr, iifar Chicago, Illinois. 

Vl-ll'd Childivii (.r \V. ll;irris(.ii ;iiid S;ir;di i:. I'-idl) Xiittcr. 

V-:5:^(l 
;i l''i';iiicis. 
1) IJliodcsia. 
e Einiiin. 
d :\I;iry. 
e Eli.v.a. 

Notliini;- UiKiwn of tlifni liy rrlalivfs sincp l.'^SI. 

VI-121 CMdIdivii of 1v'(.Im'1-1 II. and .Maria ((Jrrid.MM iJiill. V-33-e. 

a 1. llciii-y Ivicliard, honi Mjirdi "Jli, 1803, married 
January 21. 11)08, Emma Rank, dau^lilcr of t'liarles and 
Frederioa Rank, from Germany. No issue. 

He changed his name to Buell. They have lived at 121ti Xoble Street, 
El Paso, Texas. He is a telegraph operator and railroad agent. 

2. Sarali Eli/.alx'tli. born ^Tarcli 26, 1853. married De- 
cember 23. 1871, Edwin Harvey Tpson, son of William 
Henry and Lucy (Eaii'les) Fpson of Delaware and Genesee 
Counties, New York, liorn .May 1, 1851 VII-284 

They live at Ubee, Huntingdon Couniy. Indiana. He is a brother of 
William "Wallace Upson, "\'I-lL'4-a. 

VI-122 Children of James L. and .Maruaivt S. (Bull) Fordvce. 

V-33f 
a :\rary E., born in 1830. married William J. Strieby....Vn-28ri 

They lived at Wooster, Indiana. 

b Sarah, born in 1841, married Sainnal Hendricks Vn-286 

They lived at Piereetown, Indiana. 

c James IT., born in 184."), married ]\Iary Bennett VTT-28T 

He was in U. S. .Vrmy durins Civil War. They lived at Whiting. 
Indiana. 

d Lydia, born November 1, 1847. married (1) Autrust 
29, 1876. Josiah Newman, who was born November 28, 
1833, and died April 6. 1906. 

Married (2) October 28, 1911, John S. Ronewitz, son of 
Lawrence and Elizabeth (Siesi'fried) Bonewitz of AVayne 
County, Ohio, born January 12. 1840 VI1-2SS 

Josiah Newman is buried in Cemetery at Mentone, Indiana. 



110 THE BULL FAMILY 

e E. Viola, born in 1856, married Wesley P. Downs VII-289 

They lived at Piercetown, Indiana. 

f Eobert W., born in 1862, lived at Arkadelphia, Ar- 
kansas. 

VI-123 Children of John M. and Sarah (Holcomb) Bull. V-33-h 

a Emma S. 
b Horace E. 

All trace of these was lost after 18G1 when they were at Forest Grove, 
Oregon. 

VI-124 Children of Joseph B. and Anna (Greider) Bull. V-33-i 

a Emma Elverda, born September 10, 1855, married 
September 14, 1873, William Wallace Upson, son of Will- 
iam Henry and Lucy (Eagles) Upson, who came from 
New York VII-29(> 

They lived at Pierceton, Indiana. He is a brother of Edwin Harvey 
ITpson, VI-121-a. 

b Sylvester Greider, born September 12, 1857, married 
June 1, 1887, Blanche Stearns, who was born January 25, 
1866, daughter of Sheldon V. and Mary (Monroe) Stearns, 
from Pennsylvania ....- VII-291 

They live at Arlington, Washington. At the request of the father, -Joseph 
B. Bull, all the sons changed their name by decree of court to Buell. 

c Edith Elizabeth, born August 19, 1859, married Sep- 
tember 6, 1884, Adam Franklin Fidler, son of John A. and 
Margaret (Fancil) Fidler, born May 19, 1857._ VII-293 

They live at Cromwell, Indiana. 

d Fremont Cameron, born November 18, 1861, married 
October 31, 1886, Julia Etta Kindle, born October 28, 1867, 
daughter of James and Julia (Garber) Kindle, from 
Ohio ..__ ...VII-294 

They live at Pierceton, Indiana. He changed his name to Buell at the 
request of his father. 

e Justus Joseph, born May 20, 1864. 

He lives at Pierceton, Indiana. He changed his name to Buell at 
request of father. 

VI-125 Children of John and Rebecca J. (Bull) Greider. V-22-j 

a Alexander Owen, born March 6, 1856. married August 
20, 1892, Mary Charlotte Clark, born January 17, 1874, 
daughter of George and Eleanor Clark, who went from 
Virginia to Indiana VII-295 

They live at Elkhart, Indiana. 

b Elizabeth, born September 5, 1858, married Septem- 
ber 27, 1883, Aaron Starner, who was born June 27, 1855, 
and was the son of George and Anna Starner of Massilon, 
Ohio VII-296 

They live at Warsaw, Indiana. 

e Henry Lee, born May 1, 1860, unmarried. 

He lives at Pierceton, Indiana. 



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(I ,\l;iry, lidfii Sriilriiiliri' 11, iSfiL', iiiJirficil .l;iiiii;i ry I'l. 
18<S(), .)<)shii;i \\',ii-i'i'ii Mdorr, horn Aipjiisl L' 1 . iSlil, son of 
.loliii Moon-, 11(1111 Wiliiiiiii^ldii. I )(l;i\\ ;i IT. ;iiii| Lin-y 
UMilchcll ) Moore. Iioiii ( 'li;iiii|i;iuiic ('oiiiity, Ohio \' I 

'I'licx' live :it l,ii,'iiiiic|-, I ml i.i n:i. 

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r l.jiiiil) A., l)oi'n ill lS(i7. 

sill' livi'S ill ricri-ctiiii. IimMiiiki. 



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LEWIS OliONOW 111 l.L 

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VI-12() ('liildrcii of \'iiicriit ;iii(l -loniiiin ilionloin Tio])isoii. 

V-:l-)-a 

a 'riioiiins \V.. horn .M;irch 1. ISlil. luarfird in ISS;]. 
Adella Jones. (lau*ihter of Andrew -loiics of New Paris. In- 
diana, lie (lied Septemher iT). ISSii. She died in 1!)05 VII-29S 

lie was a lariiuT cil' Xortli WeUsliT, Iiiiliaiia. ami botli are buried there. 

h Sabin V.. liorn Ma.v IB. 18f)8. niaiTied Xovem]>or 11, 
1885, Jjnlu Hrennenian, dauu'iiter of Al)faliain ami Jane 
Brennenian of ('haiiii)aune Count v. Ohio. She was born 
May 2, 1864 " VTT-2!)0 

He was travi'ling salesman forincrly with Deerins Harvester Co. and In- 
ternational Tlarvi'ster Company; also was in hardware business at Lees- 
burs:. Indiana, and later has been cnLrairi'd in farniiiisr. 

VI-127 Children of -lames D. and Mary (llunten WiMis. V -M-h 

a AYilliam Hunter, horn -luly 2:^. 1S4T, married [1) 
Elizabeth Barriek, born Februarv 10. 18.")(), dieil February 
21, 1874 XII-300 



212 THE BULL FAMILY 

IMarried (2) December 13, 1882, Mary Hench, daughter . 
of William C. and Matilda (Williams) Hench of Perry 
County, Pennsylvania, born December 31, 1862__ VII-301 

William H. Willis enlisted February 22, 1864, from Perry County, Penn- 
sylvania, in Company C, 21st Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteer Cavalry, 
which was in the 2n'd Brigade of Fifth Army Corps, Army of the Potomac 
and Army of the Virginia, until close of Civil War. He was in all the 
battles during that period until the surrender at Appomattox Court House, 
April 5, 1S65. He was honorably discharged at Lynchburg, Virginia, July 8, 
1865. He has lived on farm near Duncannon, Pennsylvania. Elizabeth (Bar- 
rick) Willis is buried in the cemetery of the Old Presbyterian Church, near 
Juniata Bridge, Perry County, Pennsylvania. 

b Dillavan Fernandez, born October 7, 1848, died Octo- 
ber 25, 1863. 

He is buried in the cemetery of the Old Presbyterian Church near Juniata 
Bridge, Perry County, Pennsylvania. 

c Alfonzo Theopolis, born July 29, 1851, died February 

27, 1870. 

He is buried in the cemetery of the Old Presbyterian Church near 
Juniata Bridge, Perry County, Pennsylvania. 

d Tortuga Aurora, born April 2, 1854, in Penn Town- 
ship, Perry County, Pennsylvania, married November 25, 
1897, Bessie jNIaud Pair, born October 12, 1876, daughter 
of Jeremiah Bair of Howe Township, Perry County. She 
died March 24, 1914, at Forest City, Iowa VII-302 

He lives at Forest City, Iowa, and she is buried in Madison Cemetery 
there. 

e Samuel Cloid, born May 11, 1857, died May 13, 1857. 

f Adolphus Arthur, born in Penn Township, Perry 
County, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1858, married February 24, 
1887, Sarah Elizabeth Morit.'^. born in Howe Township, 
Perrv County, January 25, 1865, daughter of AVilliam H. 
Moritz ; - -- VII-303 

They moved from Perry County, Pennsylvania, to Forest City, Winnebago 
County, Iowa, where he is now engaged in farming. 

YI-128 Children of Robert N. and Susannah (Kistler) AA^illis. 

V-36-e 

a AA^illiam Alelanthon, born September 27, 1851, mar- 
ried in 1875 Etta Garret, born in 1856, daughter of Andrew 
and Alinerva Garret- - VII-304 

They live at Buda, Illinois. 

b Jacob Dillavan, born November 25, 1853, died March 

28, 1886. 

He was killed on duty in railroad yard at Los Angeles, California, and is 
buried in the Masonic Cemetery, at that place. 

c Elizabeth Jane, born September 7, 1855, married No- 
vember 6, 1879, Dr. James Calvin Hall, born October 11, 
1852, son of Rev. B. F. and Mary Anna Hall. He died sud- 
denly February 11, 1903 VII-305 

He graduated at the College of Physicians and Surgeons, Baltimore, 
Maryland, in 1870. He was leading physician at Millerstown, Pennsylvania, 
wb<T<- hi- (]]<■(]. ;ind where Elizabeth J. (Willis) Hall now lives. 



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'I'liK 111 1,1, i''.\.\iii,v ii:{ 

\'l-lL'll Childivii ol' K'ohci't N, ;iihl l.'rli, ■(■,•,•! i I )nii,iL'uM i Willis. 

a S.'iiiiiK'l l*](l\\;ii'(l, lioni Oclohrc '_*!), 1S(!1. died M;iy <!, 
18!)4, umiijii'i'icd. 

W'ms Uilli'il li> l<ii,' r.illin:: ,'iiiil sliikinir (in lii'.id. uIhmi faslcniiii; cliiiin 
mHl<'f u'.-incin. Itiiiicil ill ('ii|i|ili' (ri'fU, ('(iliiriidii. 

I) h'(»l)cr1 Milton, born Mjirdi L'1, iSdS, inurricd Xovuiii- 
hci'. IS!!."). K.-itic IMaxwcll, who <lird m llKKi \'II-:!i)ti 

I \v li\ I'll :il l'!\ ;iiis, ( 'iilnriidn. 

I' (irace Kliioi'a, honi Scplniilici' II. IST". inai-rifd So- 
\'t'iiil)('f 12"), 1S!)1. (Miarlcs Ivlward 1 Icrnhrisrl, Itocii \)i'rfU]- 
ber 18, 18()4, son of William and l''annir I '.crnlicisci VII-:507 

They live at Greon I'aik, l'riinsylviitii;i. 

d ^lary TJi'bccca, Ixii'n .laniiai'V l20. IST-"', died .Vpfil 1^0. 
187(1. 

VI-130 Childivii of Thomas K. and Xaiicy K. (P.ull) .M.-ivditli. 

a John Calvin, l)oi'ii Jnly 18, 1856, man'icd February 
10, 1876, Lizzie Taggart. He <licd :\Iay 26, 1897 .'VII-308 

They lived at Winnebago, Illinois. 

b David Black, l)orn November 8, 18-47, married No- 
vember 28, 1892. Isabella Smith Love VII-309 

Lives in Byron Township, Ogle County, Illinois. 

c Jane ^Tartha, born February 22. 1851, died unmarried 
December 5, 1915. 

She lived at Rockford, Illinois. 

d Sarah Grace, born November 1, 1852. 

Lives at Ivockford, Illinois, nnni.'UTicd. 

VI-131 Children of John and (irace (Bull) Hench. V-37-b 

a AVilliam Ross, born June 13, 1852, inarricd (1) De- 
cember 15, 1877, Sarah J. Taylor, who was hoiai in l'-^'^. 
and died in 1879 .' Xil-UO 

I\rarried (2) September 3, 1882, Eudora Elizabeth :\rur- 
phy, who was born Fcbniary 18, 1859 VII-311 

He studied for the ministr.v and was licensed to preach in the Presby- 
terian Church. Has been teaching; in schools near Dundee. Illinois, where 
they live. 

b Jane Linn, ])orn Januarv 9, 1854. tlicd unmarried 
May 12. 1903. 

She lived at Byron, Illinois. 

c John Bull, born November 13. 1855. married Novem- 
ber 29, 1883. Helen Bebb. born Marcli 29. 1860 VII-312 

They lived at Hinsdale, Illinois, where he is a practicing physician. 

d Robert Ilenrv. born November 2it. 1S57. maiTied -laii- 
iiary 14, 1892. Ida Kindle Vri-313 

They live at Appleton, Wisconsin. 

e Thomas ^leredith, born January 10, 1860. 

He lives at Byron, Illinois. 



114 THE BULL FAMILY 

f Sarah Bull, born February 13, 1862, married Decem- 
ber 28, 1892, William Wright. No issue. 

They live at Sewavt, Winnebago County, Illinois. 

g Abraham Lincoln, born May 29, 1865, married Jan- 
uary 19, 1894, Fannie Wright. No issue. 

They live at Egan, Ogle Connty, Illinois. 

VI-13-^ Children of William R. and Margaret A. (Bull) Hench. 

V-37C 

a Robert Henry, born in 1851, married Viola Jones VII-314 

They live at Aurelia, Iowa. 

b Hannah Jane, born in 1853, married John Hogbin. 
She died in 1893......_..- - - - - - VII-315 

They lived at Addison, ^'ebraska. 

c John Bull, born in 1855, died unmarried in 1874. 
d George P., born September 28, 1856, died unmarried 
November 9, 1910. 

e William R., born in 1858, married Carrie Bradbury..VII-316 

They lived at Minneapolis, Minnesota. 

f Daniel M., born December 29, 1859, married (1) De- 
cember 24, 1883. Mary M. Neville, born May 25, 1855, died 
July 31, 1885, in Buchanan County, Tennessee ¥11-317 

Married (2) December 14, 1887, May I. Frizzle, born 
^larch 10, 1862, in Lee County, Illinois, and died in Wright 
County, June 1, 1899 - - - VII-318 

]^Iarried (3) in Wright County, Iowa, June 29, 1909, 
Ellen Llazen, born February 29, 1868, in Benton County, 
Iowa. 

They live at Winterset, Iowa. 

g James Linn, born in 1862, married Ann Halsey, no 
issue. 

They live at Eockford, Illinois. 

\' 1-133 Children of Robert H. and Ruth (Sargent) Bull. V-37-g 
a Ella Jane, born January 22, 1872. 

She lives at 602 Woodlawn Avenue, Rockford, Illinois. 

VI-134 Children of John S. and Rebecca N. (Bull) Rosier. 

V-37-h 

a Frances Marion, born February 27, 1855, died un- 
married July 8, 1886. 

b Charles Bissell, born May 21, 1857, married Decem- 
ber 12, Alice Amelia Fisher, born October 20, 1856 VII-319 

V 1-135 Children of Mathew P. and Mary E. (Linn) Bull. V-37-i 

a .Tohii Linn, born September 7, 1874, died August 20, 
1888. 



■I'lii'; i;i i.L I'AAi II. V 115 

I) M;i I'l;;i rd Isaln'l, Imii'ii l''i'l)rii,i i-y lM, l"^7fi. iii;i iti<-i | 
S('i)tciiil)ci- I'd. IIMIL!. \lr\. U'lcli.-ird Artliiir Alorlry, wIid u;is 
l)()l'll I )cc('iiil)rl' L'l , 1S.")S, ill (liihilKi. (',iii;Mla \'II-:')L'I) 

'r\ir\ li\ <■ .It Corkidrd. lllirinis. 

(• KNtlicrlii .Ijiiic, lioni .Inly L'T, isTS, iii,iiTii-(| .jolm (i;ii-- 
l-cll. She (lied X(i\ciiiltiT L'l, l!)ln. ;il Los A iii;r|rs. Cjiii- 

roniiji. NO issue. 

(I 1. .M;iry K'ulh, iMirii April 1^1. I>s|. nuirrifil Scp- 
tciiilii'i' L'O, 11)11. ( 'lijiiiiiccy U'iiy llopkiiis, who wjis liiitn Xo- 
vciiihcr {■>. 1878 '. '. \'I \ -VI] 

'I'licv li\i' ;il I'liidii Si)riiif;s, New Viii'U. 

'_*. .M;irtli;i Xiincy. horn Api'il 1^4. iSSl. nwniiid .Inly 
l(i, 1!»1L', Charles lleiii-y .Maiisficld, horn Aii-iisl S. 1 ss4... .'V I 1-;!l'l' 

'I'licy livr :il I'liidii Springs, New VnrU. 

e (Irace Grant, honi .Inly 1!'. ISS.l. 

Slu' lives at Koikroril, llliiuii.s. 

A"T-1."1() riiildreii of -Tames and .Teiiiiuia -T. (Bull) Millii:-an. 

V-:i7-j 

n ^Fatliew Hull, horn .lnl\' 11. LSoO, iiiai'ried Sei)tein- 
l)ei' l.'i. 1SS;5, Jeiniie riiillips, horn October 22, iS.j.'j. Slie 
died -lanuary 23, 1!)!."). No issue. 

The.v lived at Crockstowii, Minnesota. 

h Elmer Ellsworth, horn X'ovemher 1. 18fiO. married 
Maroaret liarron. He died May 12, 11)13 \'ll-323 

They lived at Salt Lake, T'tah. 

c John Bull, born September 27, 1862, at Winnebago, 
Illinois, married Ida Ellen Biglow of Oshkosh. Wiseonsin. 
born February ti, 18()!) '^ Vll-324 

They live at Salt Lake City, Utah. 

d Martha Bull, born AFareli 27, 186I-, married :\rarch 28, 
1888, Frank Habeoek. born at Scott. ('oni-tlan<lt Coiiiity. 
New York, Xoveml)er 11, 1853. lie tlied Xo\enilier 2. 
1913 \' 11-325 

She lives at Mason City, Iowa. 

e Thomas ^leredith. born .lul.v 11. 18Hfi. married De- 
cember 28. 181)7. A. May Whiting' of Salt Lake City. 
Utah, who was born November 17, 1875, at (iunnison. 
Utah VII-326 

They live at Seattle, Washiniiton. K. 11. 0, Box 20. 

f Rebecca Elizabeth, born Fet)ruary 15, 1868. 

Slie lives at Mason City, Iowa. 

g Joseph Braddock, born August 1. 187i). married (1) 
Florence Spalding. Slu^ died . 

^Tarried (2) February 21. 1911, at Superior. Wisconsin, 
Nellie Elizabeth Youngman. who was born at Sparta. Wis- 
consin. June 16, 1880. Xo issue. 

The.v live at Rainy River, Ont.'irio, C,-inada. 



IIQ THE BULL FAMILY 

h AYilliam Porter, born August 15, 1872, married June 
30 1897, Katherine A. Oakins. who was born at Northfield, 
Minnesota, April 21, 1877 -...- - VII-327 

They live at Tiiitie, Utah. 

i Elnora Emma, born November 28, 1874, died May 15, 
1901. 

She was unmarried and lived at Minneapolis, Minnesota. 

i Grace Garfield, born October 9, 1876, married (1) A. 
Sauzer - - - - VII-328 

Married (2) Lloyd Seager. 

Was living at Buffalo, New York. 

VI-187 Children of Albert and Ellen Martha (Bull) Bying- 
ton. V-37-1 

a Glenn Maurice, born December 12, 1869. 

He lives at Rochelle, Illinois. 

h Dean A., born February 8, 1871. married Flora Heif- 
ler. 

They live at Aurora, Illinois. 

c Fred Jackson, born September 12, 1876, married July 
30, 1902, Edith C. Zalesky, who was born October 11, 
1876 ....;. - -- - -- VII-329 

He is division superintendent of Chicago & Northwestern Railroad at 
Escanaba, Michigan. 

VI-138 Children of William B. and Nancy S. (Anderson) Jor- 
dan. V-38-c 
a Harry Francis, born at Patterson, Pennsylvania, 
August 22, 1863, married October 20, 1900, Bertha Annie 
Smith at Renova. Pennsylvania. She was born February 
14, 1875. No issue. 

They live at Williamsport, Pennsylvania, where he is in the employ of 
the Pennsylvania Railroad, having succeeded to the place long held by his 
father. 

b Nellie Forrest, born August 18, 1865, at Patterson, 
Pennsylvania. 

Lives in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. 

c Martha Lettie, born February 1, 1868, at Erie, Penn- 
sylvania, died April 10, 1872. 

d Katherine Anderson, born December 23, 1869, at Re- 
nova, Pennsylvania, married September 2, 1890, at Elmira, 
New York, Paul P. Gauthier, who was born at Montreal, 
Canada, in 1862 VII-330 

They live at Williamsport, Pennsylvania. 

e Thomas Barnett Lewis, born October 19, 1872, at Re- 
nova, Pennsylvania, married at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 
June 5. 1005, ^lary Florence Davenport of Holly, Philadel- 
])liia. J^'unsylvania, daughter of John and Mary Ann (Pat- 
ter.son) Davenport, born June 27, 1880. No issue. 

He is a physician at Cape Charles, Virginia, and is a graduate of the 
Tniversity of Pennsylvania, with degree of M. D. .lohn Davenport came 
from Macclesfield, England, and Mary Ann Patterson was of Philadelphia. 



Tin; iMi.L i-A.\iii,v 117 

r \\'illi,-ini r>illl. .Ir., Iiiini l''cl iiii;i ry l!7, 1<S7."). ;it Iii'Mi)\;i, 

rciiiisyK ;iiii;i, iii.-irricd Ahin-li II, ISII". ( ';i lol iiir I'.-iiiliiic 

IjJIIiiiii ;M l']liiiir;i, \'r\\ ^'()|■k. She \\;is;i (liiiiL;liliT ol' Am- 

hrosi' ;ili(l l']iiiiii;i KilL;i'iii;i i l'";ilpiri L:iiiiiii ;iihI \\;is Imfii ;it 

W;i1s()lil(i\\ II, I 'ciiiisy l\ ;iiii;i. ()i-|((licr 11, 1^7 1. NO issue. 

'I'Ikn live ill \\illi:mispnri, l'cinis,vlvii iiiii, LMI West l''(Mirlli Htri'i-t. lie 
is in till' riii|ilii,\ III' the l'l'^M^.^'lv,'llU!l KMilnmil. ill' liiis liccn I'liiiiii'i'li'd with 
tile I'cmis.vlvjiiiiji liiiilriiiid siiici' Oclolici' 1, IS!):!, Imviiii; ciitfrcil tin- hitvIi-c 
IIS iiicssctitrcf, 1111(1 now liiilds till' iiiisitiiin of Assistant Chief 'ri'iiiis|iorliitiiiM 
Clerk in the olTice of tlie (linir.il Siiperinteiuleiil of the Ceiitriil (irand 
Division. 'I'liis depii linniil ronlroU all inatteis of freight and passeiitter 
trall'ie. Ambrose 1/aiiini was of Milton. I'l'iinsy Ivaiiia, and l')iniiia Kiii;enia 
Valier was of Derinot, I'eiinsylvania. 

<i' St;iiil(',\' Li\iii<4sl(»ii. liuni -Inly L*7. lS7iS. ;it Ifi'iioVM. 
I'fiiiis.vlv;iiii;i. iii;irrii'(l K;illir\ii Kmiicfs .Miller ;it ('oniiii^. 
New 'N'tM'k. (l.iiiLiliter (if .\ 111 li(iii,\' ;iii(l .M;ir,\' ' I liiwkiii.s) 
Miller, Ik. I'll ;il i^ilsloii. I 'eiiiisy I \ ;'i iiiii. -Inly :;'l, 1883 VII-331 

He is 1). 1). S., praetieing at Seattle, WashiiiEton, office in the Cohh 
BiiikliiiK, and is a ^jradnate of the t'lii versit.v of Peniis,vlvaiiia. with degree 
of D. D. S. Anllinn.v Miller was of liall iinnri', Mai-.\lanil, and Mary Hawkins 
was from Rnuhiiul. 

Ii ('li;irles, horn Septemlier "Jl, ISSO, ;it lu'iiovji, I'eiiii- 
sylvaiiia, died Deceiiiher 20, 1887. 

i Eli>ca])etli Putt, born January 8, 1886. 

Tiives at Willian-.sport, Pennsylvania, and is in the employ of the Penn- 
sylvania Kailriiad. 

VI-139 Children of Thomas C. and Margaret (Snyder) Adams. 

V-39-a 
a Anna, married -Tolin E. Ritchie (second wife). Xo is- 
sue. No date record. 

b Mary J., married -John E. Ritchie (first wife). Xo 
issue. X'o date record. 

VI-140 Children of William H. and Sarah G. (Adams) Crain. 

Y-39-1) 

a Anna Adams, born ^NFarch 2'^, 1853. married .lolin T. 

Connoi'. who died Oeloher 15. 1912. She died Deeeiiihei- 

2, 1887 VI 1-332 

1) Alfred Herman, born December 18, 1854. married 
Apri 3, 1894, Emma Myers, who died August 5, 1917 \'ll-3:':', 

They lived at Carlisle Springs, Pennsylvania. 

c Charles Edward, l)()rn Kehruary 1. 1857. died uiniiar- 
ried December 27, 1895. 

He lived at Jersey City, Xew .Tersey. 

d Florence Elizabeth, born July 27. ISliii. married De- 
cember 25, 1SS3, Walter Lee (larlaiid. lie died dune 12. 
1895 VII-334 

He was killed in an aceideiit of horse running; away. Slie lives at Car- 
lisle, Pennsylvania. 

e ^lary Ellen, born XovtMubei- 11. ISfifi, married Jan- 
uary 1, 1895, Harry Woolf. She ilied June 10. 1897 VIl-335 

They lived at Halfonr, Pennsylvania. 



j^jg THE BULL FAMILY 

VI-141 Children of Moses and Jemima (Adams) Connor. V-39-d 
a Birdie Dole, born in 1872. 

YI-142 Children of Harry C. and Susan (Adams) Barr. V-39-e 

a Eobert B., born in 1868, married Eva Manchester....VII-336 

They lived at Colfax, Washington. 

b Grace, born in 1869, married Asa J. Johnston. No 
issue. 

They lived at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

c Hobart, born in 1871. 

d Henry Clay, born in 1873. 

e Anna A., born in 1875. 

f Ira C, born in 1877. 

g Harvey S., born in 1879. 

h Lillie W., born in 1882. 

i May D., born in 1885. 

VT-143 Children of Rev. Samuel "W. and Eleanor K. (Xeilson) 
Seibert. V-40-a 

a William Xeilson, born May 28, 1848, married June 9, 
1870, Elizabeth A. Heiges, who was born April 4, 1849. 
He died suddenly at Duncannon, Pennsylvania, February 
11. 1918 ^'11-337 

They lived at Xew Bloomfield, Perry County, Pennsylvania. He Avas 
admitted to the bar of Perry County, August, 1869, and practiced at his 
home town. He was elected president of the 41st Judicial District, Perry 
and Juniata Counties, for the ten-year term beginning January 1st, 1912. He 
was ruling elder of the Presbyterian Church, a place he had held for thirty- 
five years. He was director of the First National Bank at Newport. 

b James L.. born October 16, 1851, married November 
1, 1873, T. Eliza Bolich. daughter of Charles and Susan 
Bolich of Mt. Carmel, Northumberland County, Pennsyl- 
vania, born October 2, 1853. No issue living. 

Thev live at Bellefonte, Pennsylvania. He graduated M. D. at the Uni- 
versitv of Pennsvlvania in 188.3, and practices medicine at Bellefonte. He is 
phvsician and chief of stafif of the Bellefonte Hospital. Fellow of American 
Medical Association, acting medical inspector of Centre County, Pennsyl- 
vania. 

c Virginia R., born in 1856, died unmarried in 1897. 
d Charles, born in 1866, died in 1875. 

VI-] 44 Children of Thomas and Elizabeth (Pawling) Ptoss. 

V-41-a 

a John, died in infancy. 

b Helen. 

c Henry Pawling, born at Doylestown, Pennsylvania. 
December 16, 1836, married (1) June. 1865, May Clifton of 
Prinr-eton, New Jersey, who died November 26, 1873 VII-338 



TIIK IMLI, I' AM 1 1, Y 1 I'.l 

.M;irric(| i "J i .\(i\ ciiilicr 17, 1 >^7."i, Miiiily Shci'uood in- 
luiiii^' (if r>n)()kl\ii, Nrw ^'(iik, who \\;is lioiii .l;iiiii;iry 10, 
1854. 

Tlicx lived lit Xdi risliiu II. rciuisjlviiiihi. lie K'i"liiiilc(l H. A. iil I'riiice- 
Inn. in 1 ^"m. whs .in(l:;i' nl' llie Ciiiirl nt' ( nirinion I'lriiH of MnnlijoiiHTy 
Cinmt.v in ISTl. Wiis i:iniliil,il e for (idvi'iridi', iiriti fur Sii|)ii'iiii' Coiirl .IiiiIkc, 
botii times ilefeale<l. llii' latter llirnni;li tile lilunili-i' iif frieiiils. 

(I .M;ii'.\', (lic(| iiiiiii;i rricil. 

(' (Icor^c, iiijiri'ii'il Mllcii riiipps \'l [-:'''(> 

\'1-14."') ( 'hildrt'ii of .l;iiiifs .M. ;iii(i L\ili;i ( '. (Wood) I'awlitit,'. 

V-41-C 
;i l^'jiniiic. iii;i fried .luiif I'l. ]>'!-. |)r. IJolirrt Shoi'iiwikcf 
Dana of Morrisxilli'. IJiicUs ('oiinly. rciiiis\l\aiiia. son of 
Robert Sylvester and I-ili/.aln'i h iHrowni |)aiia of Wilkcs- 
harrc. rciinsvlvania, lioni .Xoxfiiiln r 111. IS:;;!, and dii-d 
Fehi-uary 1, 1915 V 1 1-;54() 

He graduated from college in March, lSr»7, as surgeon and M. I). Was 
surgeon of the KlTth Pennsylvania Volunteers from September, lS(i2. to 
ISi!.'), one year being in the ilth Army Corps staff. He is buried in Green- 
wood cemetery. Trenton. Xew Jersey. 

1) Levi, died yoiuig. 

He was drowned in the llndson Kiver. Xew York, when on a boat ins trip. 

\'1-1-K) Children ol' lleiirv and IJebecea (I'awliimi l-'riedlev. 

V-41-d 
a Ellen Pawling', boi'n Xoveniber 30, 1851. inarried 
Charles W. French, who was l)orii October 31, 1841), and 
(lied April 11. 181)5..._ -- VII-341 

VI-147 Children of Henry and Klleii (Pawling) Friedley. V-41-e 

a Rebecca Pawling. l)orn at Xori'istown. Pennsylvania. 
June 27. 184(i. married at Xorristown. Aj)ril 8, 1872, .John 
J. Corson, who was l)orn .lannar.x' 5. 1840, at Areola Statem, 
Perkiomen, Montgomery County. Peiinsyhania. and died 
December 2, 1911. " VlI-342 

They lived at Xorristown, where she is now living. 

b Henry, born duly 28, 1848. married (1) ^Nlamie Clif- 
ton. N^o issue. 

^larried (2) .\ovenil)er 17. 18>5. Kmily Sherwootl (Ge- 
nuing) Ross, widow of .ludge ITeni-y Poss V 11-343 

^Married (3) Mabel Morse, who was born Janiiar.N- 10, 
1854. 

They lived at Xorristown. reiinsy Iva nia. 

VI-148 Clnldren of Svlvester N. and .Mary vl'awling) Rich. 

V-41-f 
a George Pawling, born February 20. 1847, married 
February 28, 1883, Georgine Clarke, daughter of Samuel 
and :\rary :\[argaret (Rogers) Clarke of I'hiladelphia,^ 
Pennsylvania ^ 11-344 

They live at ."i.".l'l Knox Street. Geriiiantown. Pennsylvania. He is a 
lawyer, practicing in Philadelphia. 



]oo THE BULL FAMILY 

b Alice Everton, born January 6, 1849, died January 
30. 1865. 

c Ellen Pawling, born June 19, 1850, died January 7, 
1865. 

d Laura Augusta, born February 10^ 1852, died Jan- 
uary 12, 1865. 

e Frances Carroll, born March 23, 1855. 

Entered the sisterhood and is a nun at Brooklyn, New York. 

f Henry Gilmore, born April 30, 1861, died December 
11, 1865. 

g Clara Dalton, born April 13, 1868. 

Lives in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

YI-149 Children of Henry deW. C. and Anna S. (Bull) Pawling. 

V-141-g. See VI-21 

VI-150 Children of Charles E. and Susan E. (Stephens) Milnor. 

V-43-b 

a Eleanor, born February 20, 1850-, married September 
4. 1873, Lieutenant Commander Caspar Frederick Good- 
rich, who was born in Philadelphia, January 7, 1847. She 
died May 29, 1908 _ VII-345 

She is buried at All Saints Memorial Church, Is'avesink, New Jersey. 
Caspar Frederick Goodrich was appointed Midshipman from Connecticut, 
December 10, 1861; Master, December 1, 1866; Lieutenant, March 12, 1868; 
Lieutenant Commander, March 26, 1869; Commander, September 27, 1869; 
Captain, September 16, 1897; Rear Admiral, February 17, 1904; retired, 
.January 7, 1909. Served: European Station, "Colorado" and "Frolic", 
1865-1868; South Atlantic Station, "Portsmouth" and "Lancaster"; 
1868-1871; Naval Academy, 1871-1873; Asiatic Station, "Tennessee" and 
"Kearsarge", 1876-1878; Torpedo S'tation, Newport, R. I.; European Sta- 
tion, "Lancaster", 1881-1884 (naval attache, staff of Sir Garnett Wolseley, 
Tel-el-Kebir campaign, 1882) ; Inspector Ordnance and Board of Fortifica- 
tions, 1884-1886; Torpedo S'tation, 1886-1.8.S9 : commanding "Constellation", 
1891-1893; commanding "Concord", 1893-1895; Lecturer, Naval War College, 
1896-1897; President, Naval War College, 1897-1898; Gold Medalist, Naval 
Institiite, 1898; Spanish-American War, 1898, established Coast Signal Serv- 
ice; commanding "St. Louis; 1899, North Atlantic Squadron, commanding 
"^'ewark" ; 1900, Pacific Squadron, commanding "Iowa"; 1901, Naval 
War College; 1902-1903, Philadelphia Navy Yard, commanding "Richmond" 
and "Minneapolis"; 1904, Commandant, Navy Yard, Portsmouth, N. H. ; 
1905-1906, commanding Pacific Station; 1907, special duty. Navy Depart- 
ment; 1908-1909, Commandant, N'avy Yard, New York. 

b Susan Vincent, married Emslie JNIorven Gillet. She 
died in 1912 _ _. ....Vn-346 

c Jeannette Stephens, died in 1912. 

d Alice. 

e John Stephens. 

VI-lol Childroii of Joseph and Jane (Cuyler) Patterson. V-44-d 

a Cln-istopher Stuart, born June 24, 1842, married 
October 10, 1867, Ellen Stuart, daughter of George H. 
Stuart of Philadelphia. She died August 15, 1915 ......VII-347 

He graduated at the University of Pennsylvania in 1860, and entered the 
Philadelphia bar. He was Dean of the Law School of the university, 1888 
to 1896. During the Civil War he was in Landis Artillery Company and was 



Till'; i;ii,i, i\\Mii,v 121 

\\(iiumI((I ill llir ( ill I ysluir;; ciiiiiliii ii;ii. In IK!l."i lie ri'liiid fnnii tlii' priirtic-c 
of liiw mill biTiniii' |ii'(iiiiiiii'iit in i;i'iii'i'iil piililii' iil1'air><. Ili- wiin ihi- aiittuir of 
ScViTiil pi'iil'cssiiiniil plililiriil ioiiK, iinil uiih ii ini'liiliii' of mcviTiiI Korlcl !»••(. 

Ii I"]lr;iiiiir ('iiylrr. lioin Api'il ]."), Isll. iii;iiTii-<l -linn- 
n. ISIIT). I'liiLi'i'iir l']llii'()|t (if 1 '..I It iiiioiT, .M;iryl;iii(|, who dii-d 
June ■-•. 1!)()S. 

Ill' u:i^ i;i|il:iiii in llu' Isi K'l'i^i niiMil nl' I*. S. VoluntfcrH in llic Spnnish- 
AiiiiTiraii \\;ir ill llir I'oii.i l;iin ciiinpaiK'i- Hhc livrs in I'liilatldphia. 

(' (Jrjicc Lcslir. lioni -himuii'v 11. 1^47. iiuuTird |)c- 
('(■liihi'i- l'T. ISTT. .loliii ('l,ii'l<i' Sims ol' I 'liiliidclpliiii. I'fiiii- 
sylv;iiii;i, who dinl .l;iiiii;ir\- (1. l!!lll VII-348 

ill' was sccri'tary nf llic l'i'iiiis\ ivaiii.i Ka ilni.-Kl, Slu' lives at Chestnut 
Hill, I'hiladollihia. Trniisylvania. 

d Throih)!'!' ('iiyh-r. honi I )ri-riiilHT l'l'. isjll. tiijirrii'd 
:May !), 1878, FraiR-es Hissdl, (hiutihln- of l^rv. S. I',, S. I'.is- 
S(>I1 oF Xorwalk, Connocticut VI I-;U!» 

riicy live in Philadi'liiliia. I'rnnsylvania, where he praeticed law. 

VI-1."')2 ("liildrcn of -John T. and Fannie A. fJciiks) Pattorson. 

V-44-e 

a llcnr.v Stuart. l)oi-ii 1^'chi-iiary 18, 1840, died St^p- 
teml)ov, 1854. 

1) l']li/aht'th .JcnUs, honi Aiiii'iist 7, 184l'. iiiarriiMl .Mav 
17, 1862, Charles II. .Iciiks (a cousin) 'VII-350 

c John Joseph, hoi'ii .March .'iO. 184."). 

d James Edward, born September 26, 1848, died in 1887 
at ^remphis, Tennessee, unmarried. 

VI-15:^ Children of Edward and .Martina (1. (Talmadge) Patter- 
son. V-44-t 

a ]\rartlia Stuart. Iiorn .Mai-ch 26, 1835. married .luiie 
7, 1855, TiolxM't ^liles Iiot)iiison of Jenkinlowu. I'eiinsyl- 
vania \'il-;]51 

1) Thomas G., born March 12. 1837, married at Los An- 
geles, California, September 24, 1863, Annetti Di Costa 
Crane, daughter of John \V. Crane of I^rooklvn, New 
York [ VII-352 

c Edward, born ^Farch 6. 1839. married September 24, 
1865, Isabella Liddon Coxe. thiughter of Abraliam Coxe, 
M. D., of New York City. She died Jnne 1, 1907 VII-353 

He was a lawyer in New York City.. Was jiuljre of the S'liprenie Court 
of the State of Xew York from .Tamiary, ISSS. to lilOO. when retired for age. 
Was presiding ,iudge of Appellate Division. First Department. He received 
the degree of LL.D. from Columliia, Williams, and Hobart Colleges. 

d John II., born February 111, 1843, married (1) De- 
cember 27, 1871, at Fort Tot ten. Dakota, .Mary Eli.-.abeth 
Forbes, daughter of William II. Forbes of St. Paul, Miinie- 
sota. She died at Camp Supplv, Indian Territory, March 
24, 1883 '  VII-354 



122 THE BULL FAMILY 

Married (2) Grace Hallam Learned, daughter of Hon. 
William Learned of Albany, New York. 

He was commissioned First Lieutenant of the 11th U. S. Infantry, May 
14, 18G1: Brevet Captain, October 1, 1864; Captain 20th Infantry, .July 28, 
1886: Major ."rd Infantry, May 19, 1891; Lieutenant Colonel 1st Infantry, 
.Tanuary 21, 189.3; and transferred to 22nd Infantry. Wounded at the battle 
of El Caney, Santiago de Cuba, Cuban campaign, in the War with Spain; 
Colonel 2(lth Infantry, September 28, 1898; Brigadier General of Volunteers 
to November 30, 1898; Brigadier General, .January 18, 1899; was retired 
from active service, after .30 years service, on account of wound. He was 
awarded in 1897 a Medal of Honor for gallantry performed at the battle of 
the Wilderness in 1864. He has also the Service Medal for the Cuban 
campaign in the Spanish-American War. They live at Albany, New York. 

e Valentine Mott, born February 14, 1847, married 
June 8. 1878, Florence Hart, daughter of Thompson D. 
Hart of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He died at Denver, 
Colorado, March, 1900 -.-VII-355 

Thompson D. Hart was Lieutenant Colonel of the 104th Regiment, 
Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, in the Civil War. 

f Martina Talmadge, born November 8, 1849, married 
October 17. 1875, Rufus Henry Sanford of Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvania - -- VII-356 

VI-154 Children of Henry S. and Elizabeth L. (Bonsall) Patter- 
son. V-44-g 

a Carrie Bartram, born July 23, 1847, married Novem- 
ber 11, 1869, Thomas Mitchell Newbold of Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvania. She died September 30, 1915 ...VII-357 

b Joseph Henry, born October 3, 1848, died April 10, 
1854. 

c Harriet Kelly, born October 3, 1850. 

Lives in New York State. 

VI-155 Children of John G. and Phoebe A. (Ashbridge) Hender- 
son. V-45-e 

a Elizabeth Stuart, born January 21, 1842, married 
June 2, 1864, James William Cromwell, son of William and 
Caroline Cromwell of New York ...._ ....VII-358 

They live at Summit, New Jersey. 

b ^lary Ann, born March 7, 1844, died August 9, 1845. 

c Crittenden, born June 7, 1846, died July 12. 1847. 

d Anna, born November 20, 1847, married October 1, 
1872, Levi Bull Alricks (VI-51-d) (VII-136). He died 
February 18, 1911. at Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. She died 
August 1. 1880, at Harrisburg, Pennsylvania VII-359 

e William H., born August 19, 1849, married November 
n . 1881, Emma Boyd _ VII-360 

They live at 11.30 Front Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. 

f Frank, born October 15, 1851. married August 31, 
1875, IMartha Hershaw of Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvania. He died November 10, 1904. No issue. 



Till'; r.I'M, I'AMILY 123 

Seventh Generation 

\' 1 I 1 ('liildrcii uT r.cii.i.-iniiii K. ;mmI Isolid < 1 ,;iii rii' ) Iiitli-n- 
hdlisr. \'l-l-l) 

;i l"]li/.;ilM-lli Scoll. iiiiiri'ir.l .|;iiiii;ii'>- :'.(). IS,")!. William 
llciiry l^itzliuiili (liirlf\- of I'ofllaiid. Maiin', who was hofii 
ill 1S:;() a-id (lii'd .luly 7, lS(i(i. Sh.' died -liily -J.'), isDii \'lll-l 

llr u,is li> priirrssimi n biwyer. 

1) Sai'ali I'lniily. iiiniia rricd. 

Shr li\ I'd ill W'asliiiiKi "". I ' ' 

(■ Isolicl Ijaui'ic. lioni -laiiiiarx' 17. IS-'l'I, iiiari-ird Mai'fli 
1.";. IS.l;!. .Idscph llar\r\- Ndnrsr (\'II-!);m. who was liofii 
-Julv 7. 1S:;(I. and died .liiiir •J"-', ISDI. She died Aiiuiist .'>. 
1904 VI II-- 

VII-2 (diildivii of Bc'iijaiuiii V. and Ilniri.-tla W. (Davidson) 
Rittfiiliouse. \'I-M. 

a ]\Iary Davidson, born in Wasliin<i'ton. T). C.. mar- 
ried in (Icoro-etown, D. C, Xovenihcr 7, 18()<l. Alcxandt-r 
^Miller Woods, son of Rev. James Sterrett and .Maiiaimc 
(Witherspoon) Woods, lioni a1 Lcwiston. IN'iinsylvania, 
Julv 31. 1831. He died at Malionoy City, l\ninsylvaiiia. 
November 1!). 1897. She died at W^ashington, D. C, De- 
cember 22, 191(3 VIII-3 

He was a Prosbytorinn minister aiul li:i(l a cluirch at Mahonoy City. She 
was buried at I.ewiston, Pennsylvania. He was a grandson of Rev. .John 
"Witherspoon, one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence. 

b llciirit'tta Warinsi^, married ^lay (k 18r)7. Captain 
Thomas Wilson, U. S. Armv, who died in 1901. She died 
in 1907 VII 1-4 

He was appointed Cadet to V. S. Military Academy, West Point. July 1, 
1S40, and graduated in the famous class of ■■.":'.", whose motto was ' 'We ^sep- 
arate for service". He was commissioned Second I,ieutenant of the tith V. S. 
Infantrv, .lulv 1, ISr^V; transferred to the ."ith Infantry, October LM".. lS.'i4 : 
made First Lieutenant ."th Infantry, .Vpril 1, 1S.">7; Captain. Commissary of 
Subsistence, October L'.'i, ]SI>1 ; Lieutenant Colonel, Commissary of Subsistence, 
December L>(>, l,S(!:l; Brevet Colonel of Volunteers, August 1, 1S(>4. for faithful 
and meritorious service in the field; Brevet Brigadier General of Volunteers 
for faithful and meritorious service in the war, March i:>, lS(i.">: and on the 
same date, for same service, Brevets U. S. Army, of Major, Lieutenant 
Colonel. Colonel, and Brigadier General. He was relieved as Lieutenant 
Colonel. Commissarv of Subsistence, August 1. ISlT. ; was commissioned Major, 
Conimissarv of Subsistence, October 2\). 1S.S2; Lieutenant Colonel. Assistant 
Commissary General of Subsistence, August 1, 1S02; Colonel, Assistant Coni- 
missarv General of Subsistence. .Tune 1. ISOti. IJetired from active service, 
.Tune 10, L'^Od. His service was as follows: On frontier duty. Fort Ridgely. 
Minnesota, 1S.":1: Fort Snelling. Minnesota, IS.'i.'MS.".-! : Fort Ridgely, 1S.">4: 
Jefferson Barracks, Missiniri, 1S.")4; frontier duty, Ringgold Barracks. Texas, 
lS.")4-lS."ili; Florida hostilities against the Seminole Indians. IS.'ilMS.'.T : Coast 
Survey, Mav 2."), L*!."?, to April l."i, L««(U ; Headquarters Guard to General in 
Chief.' Washington, D. C to July, ISlil : Acting Assistant Adiutant General, 
defenses of Washington, D. C, July L"., IStil, to October 2r>, IStU : Commissai-v 
of Subsistence at Annapolis, Maryland, from October l!(>. 1S<>L to^Iay. L*^')-. 
providing stores for (ieneral Burnside's expedition to Xorth Carolina: in Vir- 
ginia Peninsular campaign. May to .Vugust, ISCli: in the Maryland <-amp;iii:ii. 
September to Xovember, IStii: at the battle of .\ntiet:im, September IT. lSli2: 
on the Rappahannock. November. ISlii;. to June. ISt^:;: in the defenses of 
Washington. I). C, June to December, 1S(i:!; Chief of the Commissariat of the 
Army of the Potomac, Richmond campaign, December 21), ISti."!, to June 0, 
180.")^ being on the staff of the commanding general of the Army until capitu- 



124 THE BULL FAMILY 

lation at Appomatox, April 9, 1865; Depot of Commissary of Subsistence, Bal- 
timore. Maryland, August, 1865, to July 31, 1872; leave of absence, August 10 
to October 1'2, 1872; Cbief of Commissariat Department of California, Decem- 
ber 12, 1S72, to March 23, 1876; leave of absence, October 22, 1875, to January 
22, lS7(i; Chief of Commissariat of Department of Arizona, April 8, 1876, to 
February 21, 1877; office of the Commissary General, Washington, March 12 
to April 23. _1877; Purchasing and Depot Commissary, Boston, Massachusetts, 
April 25, 18(7, to April 23, 1878; same at Washington, D. C, April 25, 1878, 
to July 30, 1879; Chief Commissary of Subsistence, Purchasing and Depot 
Commissary at Omaha, Nebraska, Department of the Platte, to October 1, 
l.S'«3; same at San Antonio, Texas, October 8, 1883, to October 7, 1884; same 
at Fort LeaveuAvorth, Department of Missouri, October 22, 1884, to November 
7, 1SS7; Purchasing and Depot Commissary at Chicago, Illinois, November 8, 
1887*, until retired from active service. 

c Benjamin Franklin, born in Berwick, Columbia 
County, Pennsylvania, December 15, 1839, married (1) 
I\Iarch 4, 1868, at Brooklyn, New York, Elizabeth Shapter, 
who was born at Brooklyn, New York, August 30, 1842, and 
died at AA^ashington, D. C, July 30, 1904. VIII-5 

^larried (2) February 5, 1910, at Frankford, Pennsyl- 
vania, Emily K. Rowland. He died at Frankford March 
6, 1915. No issue. 

He was appointed Second Lieutenant of 5th U. S. Artillery, May 14, 1861, 
from the District of Columbia ; made First Lieutenant of 5th Artillery, July 
13, 1862; Brevet Captain for gallant service at Bethesda Church and during 
the campaign before Richmond, on August 1, 1864; Brevet Major for good 
cond'jct and meritorious service during the war, in March 13. 1865; appointed 
Captain of 20th U. S. Infantry, .July 28, 1866, declined: appointed Captain of 
5th Artillery, January 5, 1870; graduated at Artillery School, 1869; promoted 
to Ma.ior, April 23, 1904; retired from active service October 7, 1874. He was 
at the battle of Gettysburg, and was badly wounded at Petersburg, June 9, 
1864. 

d David, married "May 24, 1887, Alary Tilghman Earle. 
She died in 1889. He died January 29, 1917, at AA^ashing- 
ton, D. C. 

He was receiving teller at Riggs Bank, ^Vashington, D. C. 

e Clementine Crawford, born December 9, 1844, mar- 
ried Alay 28, 1868, Richard Samuel Thomas Cissel, who was 
born Alarch 23, 1824, and died at Elizabeth, New Jersey, 
Alay 2, 1905.. yill.6 

She is living at Elizabeth, Is'ew Jersey. 

f James Delozier, born August 8, 1846, married Alay 10, 
1882, Dolores Casillas of Arizona, who was born September 
12. 1849. He died at Florence, Arizona, November 4, 1887..VIII-7 

She is living at Los Angeles, California. 

g Helen Alurray, unmarried. 

h James E[all. born in AVashington, D. C, February 13, 
1851, married (1) April 10, 1878. Ida Cole, daughter of 
Rev. Leonard Cole, born at Siddonsburg, Pennsylvania, 
May 12, 1848, and died April 20, 1893 .VIII-8 

Alarried (2) September 3, 1907, Alary Chapman Palmer. 

He erraduafed from Lafayette College in 1872, and received L. C. R. from 
1 ennsylvania State College in 1907, and K. D. R. from same in 1912. He was 
civil and mining engineer at Seranton, Pennsylvania. 

i Charles Edward, married in 1880' Helen S. Good of 
AVashington. D. C VIII-9 

.i Job 11 D.. died in infancy. 



'riih; r.ii.i. i'a.milv 12') 

VlI-."{ ( 'liildrcii of .\lii-,-ili;iiii I'., iiiid .\l;ir\ Iv li il t mlioils*' ) Sliii- 
iii;iii. \'-]-c 

;i S;ii';ili, dinl In iiil'iiiicy. 

I) I );i\i(l, (lic(| uiiiii.-iri'icd. 

(■ Helen M., (lied h'eliiii.i ry 1 I. iSfW;. 

d l']iiiily Aiiiiii, iiiiiiuiri'icd. 

she li\is in I 'hil.lilrlliili.i, l'rlllls\ h .1 lli;i. 

(' Mary U'il leiihdiise. iiiini.-iri'ied. 

Shr lives in I'll i l;i (Iclph i.i, rrniisylvailia. 

r diaries iv. <lied May '20. isr.f). 

YII-4 Children of K*e\. I)a\id and J-jiiiU- .). ' Kit leiihoiise) Hull. 

Vl-l-d 

a William Tiittenliouse. hoi'ii l^'ehi'iiary 7, 1S:5(). mai-ried 
Jcnislia M. Willard. lie dii'd July 15, liio;^ Vill-lO 

They lived at \Villi:inispovt. l'pnns\lvani.T. 

1) Jost'i)ii Framptoii. liorn .June 1:!, 1S;!1I. inai'ried Mary 
Elizabeth Mehaffey VIlI-ll 

VII-5 Children of Charles K. and Sai'ah M. (Whitall i Uitlen- 
house. Vl-l-e 

a Fannie, horn July 27, 18-4'2. mai'ried October 27. b"-!t)4. 
Thomas Hyde, son of Anthony and Anna Maria (Smith) 
Hyde VI 11-12 

b Sarah Louisa, unmarried. 

c ]\lary Xewbold. born October 28. 1847, married Octo- 
ber 28, 1868, Leonard Gunnell, who died February 18, 1872. 
She died November, 1905 VI [1-13 

d Sanniel AVhitall. born October 10. 1850, married Sej)- 
tembci' 80, 1874, Cai'oline Reed Lockwood. dau^i'litei' of 
(ieneral Henry Ilayes Lockwood. Pi'ofessoi' V. S. .\a\y, 
and Anna Booth of Delaware. She was horn \ovemI)er 11. 
1856 - VI 1 1-14 

e Charles Edwin, died in foui'teenth year. 

f Anna, died in infancy. 

g Emily, unmarried. 

VII-6 Children of Rev. John H. and Jane L. (Simonton) Ritten- 

house. ^'^-^-f 

a Martha Louisa, born Se]>tem])er 8, 1848, married .lune 
13, 1871, Joshua Williams, who was born April 3, 1843. 
She died May 11, 1907 VIII-15 

He was a hai'dware nuTchaiit at Minneapolis, Minnesota. 

b Cliarles Edwin, born April 8, 1850. married Decem- 
ber 24, 1883, Grace Ilubbell, who was born July 11. 1860....VIII-16 

He was president of the People's Bank at St. Paul, Minnesota. 



126 



THE BULL FAMILY 



c 'SlRvy Frances, born in Washingtonville, Pennsyl- 
vania. October 10. 1853, married in St. Paul, ^Minnesota, 
:\rav 5. 1875, David Hale Lambie, who was born at Hamil- 
ton, New York, June i, 1845 _.....VIII-17 

He is a real estate dealer in Great Falls, Montana. 

VII-7 Children of John R. and Elizabeth (Skinner) Nourse. 

VI-2-b 

a Mary Frances, born July 1-4, 1827, married (1) Sep- 
tember 24, 1855, Matthew Smythe, Presbyterian clergyman, 
born in Ireland, died at Centreville, Iowa, August 11, 1859. 
No issue. 




JOHX SMITH 

IV-4-a 

(Page 21) 

Married (2) March, 1860, Adam Clark McCaffrey, who 
died December 31, 1862. She died - VIII-18 

He was killed at the battle of Murfreesboro, Tennessee. After 1862 she 
was employed in the Treasury Department, Washington, D. C. 

b John Frederick, born August 20, 1829, died July 30, 
1830. 

VII-8 Cliiklren of John Ft. and Lucretia C. (Skinner) Nourse. 

VI-2-b 

a Elizabeth Hannah, born November 23, 1831, died Jan- 
uary 14, 1833. 

b Anna Josepha, born February 28, 1834, married Feb- 
ruary 15, 1872, Richard Henry Hall of Baltimore, Mary- 



'rill'l I'.ri.l, I'AMII.Y 127 

hiiid, lioi'ii M;ir<'h :!l, 1S:M, ;iii(l (\\<;\ . 1 ;i iiii;i ry ].'). l^DT. Slir 
(lied I )cccinlicr, IIM I. No issue. 

I I r u'.-is .-I 1 i;i\ el I ni; .•lu'riil , 

(' ll;iiiii;ili l']liz;il)r| li, Imi'ii Sc| il ciiilni- .>. ISiifi. dird 
Aii!4iisl 1."). is IT). 

(1 llclcii Lurrcliii, honi I )ircinli(i- •'>. ls:^s, mjn'ri'-d 
.1 line 2. 1851), Willi;! Ill 'riioinpsdii of .Monl iT;d, ( ';iii;ii|;i. Iioiii 
.Imic 14. IS:^:^ iiiid died duly S.i, l.S!)(i. No issue. 

He uiis li.v lr:i(li' n |ilimilicr mihI lived ill Sji^'o. .\I,ii-\ j.i ml. lli- was vict;- 
l)rcsi(lciil (if the Mctroixilitim Hiiiik, \V:islii ll^'l on, I). ('. 
She is livini;' lit Silver S|ii-iiii;s, .\Iiiryl;iii(l. 

e Sjirali Lord. Itorii .Viiynist '51, 1841, iiinrrird Srptrin- 
l)er 18, 18()(). Hleetus .\l.i.j;ili l'r;itt of ();d< II ill. Cn-ni 
Count\'. Xcw York, honi SeplcniluM' 1. is.'lii. jiiid <lii'i| ()c1o- 
ber 2'^ lillO VIlI-lU 

The.v lived lit Minneapolis, Minnesota, where he was a lawyer and real 
estate a^eiit. He Rraduated at Yale as A. B. in ISti.". and received LL. K. from 
Cdhiniliia I'liiversit.v in IS":'.. Me was a Captain in the ('. S'. Army during the 
Civil War, and was a clerk in the War Deiiartment, Washiiisrtnii, T). C, ISti." 

to i,s,s:i 

f Ada Caroline, born April 27, 1844, die(l .Xun-ust !), 
1860. 

g Edward ^lieiiael, born January H, 1847, married No- 
vember 18. 1872, Julia ^Nloore, who was born August 11. 
1847. and died December 6, 1886 YIII-20 

He was a real estate agent at WashiiiKton, T). C. 

VTI-n Children of Eev. James and Sarah X. ( ITarvey) Xourse. 

VI-2-e 

a JoseiJi ITarvey, born July 7, 18:^0. married ^lardi \'). 
1858. Isobel Laiiri(> Uittenhouse (XTl-l-et. born .lanuar.v 
17, 1838, and died August 5, li)()4. lie died dune 20. 1891..Vni-21 

They lived at I'ayfield, Wisconsin, where he was a merchant. They were 
second cousins. 

b p]li/,al)etli Rooker, honi dune 8, 1882, married Novem- 
ber 3, 1853, John Wilson Nairn. She died October 7, 18fil.A^III-22 

He was a druggist at ^\'asllington, I). C. He married twice after her 
death. 

c INIary Anna, liorii December 25, 1888, died Se[)tember 
5, 1844. 

d ]\Iargaret Baxter Maelay. born Deeeiiibrr 11. 1835, 
married ^lay 30, 1861, l\ev. Hoijerl .Ma.vne Patterson, who 
was born July 17, 1882. She died Deeeiid)er 6. 1862. No 
issue. 

He was a Preshytcrian clergyman, editor of the Preshyterian Journal, 
author of several books: and was ])astor of the Great Valley Presl)yterian 
Church, Cliester County, Pennsylvania. He received the degree of D. D. from 
Princeton and 1,T,. U. from Lafayette. 

e Sarah Harriet, born Ocfolier 28, 1887, marrii'd .Ma.v 
19, 1863, John P. Taylor of .Milroy, Pennsyh ania. who was 



128 THE BULL FAMILY 

bom June 6, 1827, and died July 4, 1914. She died Decem- 
ber 25, 1870. No issue. 

They lived at Milroy, Pennsylvania. He was a son of -John and Elizalseth 
(Mcilanigle) Taylor of Reedsville, Pennsylvania. He was appointed First 
Lieutenant of Company C, 1st Pennsylvania Reserve Cavalry, August 6, 1861, 
and was promoted through grades to Brevet Brigadier General in 1864; was 
mustered out, September 9, 1864; was wounded at the battle of Cedar Moun- 
tain: was prominent in the "Grand Army of the Republic"; and was presi- 
dent of the Pennsylvania Commission on Gettysburg monuments. 

f James Michael, born May 14, 1840, married May 18, 
1865, Sarah Frances Blackmail, daughter of David Somers 
and Abigail Hugg (Doughty) Blackman of Port Republic 
of New Jersey, born February 3, 1844. She died at Alex- 
andria, Virginia, June 19, 1914 __ .__ VIII-23 

He is a Presbyterian clergyman at Vienna, Fairfax County, Virginia. Pie 
graduated at Princeton Theological Seminary, April, 1865. She was promi- 
nent in church and social circles, being interested in the work for uplifting 
the public mind. She was an active member of the Daughters of the Amer- 
ican Revolution. 

g Eva Maria, born November 28, 1841, married March 
11, 1863, James Penrose Burchfield, M. D., who was born 
at Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, June 23. 1834, and died at 
]\Iilroy, Pennsylvania, November 8, 1904. She died Decem- 
ber 26, 1864.._.. __ _ ___; VIII-24 

He entered the army as Assistant Surgeon of the .o.'ird Regiment, Penn- 
sylvania Volunteer Infantry, in 1861, and was promoted to Surgeon, 83rd 
Regiment, April .3, 1863. Later was made Corps Surgeon and Chief of Staff. 
Mustered out, .June 28, 1885. After the war he practiced medicine at Clear- 
field, Pennsylvania. 

h John Thomas, born February 24, 1845. married July 
7, 1871, Eleanor Maclay Pomeroy, daughter of Joseph Pom- 
eroy of Academia, Pennsylvania, born February 15, 1848, 
and died July 20, 1891 ._ _ __ VIII-25 

He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania Law School, June, 
1SF^8, practiced law at Philadelphia, and at Parkersburg, West Virginia. He 
moved to California in 1886 and settled at Santa Ana, where he was Post- 
master, April .30, 1890, to June 30, 1894. He now lives in San Francisco. He 
was in the 13th and 30th Regiments of Pennsylvania Cavalry during the Civil 
War; mustered out July 27, 1865. He was the first Military Postmaster at 
Fayetteville, North Carolina. 

i 'Mary Rittenhouse, born September 25, 1847, died 
July 18, 1864. 

j Ann Caroline, born June 9, 1854, married October 26, 
1880, Isaiah George Marks, who was born October 26, 
1850 Vin-26 

They live at Chico, California, where he is an insurance agent and justice 
of the peace. 

VII-10 Children of Benjamin F. and Josephine (Stansbury) 
Nourse. VI-2-d 

a Emma Josepha, born November 15, 1832, married De- 
cember 7, 1852, Cornelius Stribling, who was born March 
27, 1831, and died December 15, 1875, son of Rear Admiral 
Cornelius K. Stribling, U. S. Navy, and Helen M. (Payne) 
Stribling VIII-27 



Till': I'.ri.l, FAMILY 129 

I) Siisjiii S1;iiisImi ry, lioi'ii \(i\ciiilicr ].;, ls;|. iii;i rrifd 
(1) July L'7. IS.");'), .|;ic(ili W.ilkiiis W'iii.-ins. who \v;i.s linrii 
l"'rl)ni;ify 7. iSl'l, ;iii(| die, I .Iiil\- Jl). IS;');") \'III-L'8 

Aliii-ricd ( lV) -loliii iJiirroiij^lis. 

.liiciili W.'ilkiiis Wiii.-ins i;r;i(lii.-itc(l ii t I'rincci iin 'riiiMiloijiciil SiMii in.i r \ in 
IS.'iL', ;iiiil was :i i'liM-i;\ iiiiiii in llic I'lcsh y( i-ri:i ii ('liiirrli. 

VIL-U Cliildi'fii oT (icorj^c W. ;iii(l S;ii-;ih II, i NOiirsc; Sid t iniiis. 

Vl-l'-f 

ii (icoi'Li'c \\'illi;iin, Imm-ii .\|iril :i(), ls:',l, iii;i rriiMJ (li 
IMary Sarah Fovil. \\ Iki \\;is JKirii in 18:W am! who i\\r,\ April 
8, 1S7L'. ill Illinois. 

.\(i I'liiiliir ri'iiiid ciuild lie O'.-ii-i'il. 

VIT-12 Chihlrcii ol" Williinii and ls;d)fll;i L. (iWmd) Xoiu-sc. 

vr--_>- 

a Emily Joseplia, lioni July 2, 1841, married (1) Sep- 
teml)cr 4, 18()(), Alexander Somei'ville Steuart, who was born 
in 18;?<) and died -luly :}, ISlif) \'ilI-29 

lie was a I'aiicli anil stiK'k (iwiut at Xiilrcs, Texas. 

Married (2) Deceiiiher l(j, 1868, William Augustus Meloy 
at Wasliin^'ton, D. C. lie was born August 26, 1832 .VIir-30 

lie was graduated from \:>lr in IS.'iT with A. M. and received A. R. in 
iSM. Was a law.ver and admitted to practice before the Supreme Court in 
]Nt;i'; was a nieniher of the Mar.vland House of Delegates, ].SS!>-1S!»1. 

b William llond, born Deeeiiiber 11. 1843. married Sep- 
tember 21. 1875, Rosa nazellun-st Kaymond, daughter of 
Samuel and ^lary A. Raymontl of Abington, Maryland, 
born June. 1853 ." '. [ VIlI-31 

He was a farmer near Suit land. Trince George County, Maryland. 

c Edward Fell, born Xox'eiiiber 11, 1847. died August 
12, 1848. 

d Anna Isabella, born Xoveiiiber 2, 1S52, married Oeto- 
ber 11, 1870, at Washington 1). ('., Samuel Henrv :\Ielov. 
who was born Septem1)er 8, 1840 ! .".VIII-32 

He was a farmer living near Forestville, Prince George County, Maryland. 

e ]Mary Wilson, born ^Fareh 22, 1858. mari'ied Decem- 
ber 23, 1879. Thomas Bowie Hrookes of Uladensburg, Mary- 
land ^V 1 1 1-33 

He was a wholesale merchant of notions and dry goods at Baltimore, 
Maryland. 

f Alice Stanley, born Jauuarv 28. 1860, died August 
28, 1860. 

VII-13 Children of Charles A. and .\nna -1. (^Xourse) llassler. 

VI-2-h 

a Charles W^illiam, born at Washington, D. C, July 16, 
1838, married ]\lay 17, 1866, Clara Brace Smith of Brook- 



130 THE BULL FAMILY 

lyu. New York, who was born July 9, 1841, and died in 
June, 1914. He died in East Winsted, Connecticut, Feb- 
ruary 19, 1888 - - VIII-34 

They lived in Xew York City. He graduated from Columljia College with 
degree of A. B. in 1869, and received A. M. in 1875; received degree of LL. B. 
in 187(5 from Columbia University. He was appointed Assistant Paymaster in 
the U. S'. Xavv, August 29, 1861, from Virginia; commissioned Paymaster, 
April 14, 1862." Resigned February 9. 1870. He served in U. S. S. "Oneida" 
from 1862 to 1864. and from 1865 to 1866 in U. S. S. "Vermont".' After res- 
ignation from the U. S. Navy he studied law in New York City, and was a 
lawyer and broker at that place until his death. 

b 'Mary Caroline, born June 16, 1840, married August 
4, 1863, Simon Newcomb, who was born March 12, 1835, at 
AYallace. Nova Scotia, and who came to the United States in 
1853. He died in Washington, D. C, July 11, 1909. She is 
living in Washington - VIII-85 

He was appointed computer in the Nautical Almanac Office in Washing- 
ton, D. C, in 1857. He entered the Lawrence Scientific School and graduated 
in 1858. In 1861 he was appointed Professor of Mathematics in the U. S. 
Navy, and was ordered to duty at the Naval Observatory. He superintended 
the erection of the 26-inch Equatorial, in 1860; he visited the Saskatchewan 
region and observed the eclipse of the sun; in 1874 was at the Cape of Good 
Hope to observe the transit of Venus ; in 1882 he observed the eclipse of the 
sun at Gibraltar, Spain ; after 1884 he was in charge of the Iv'autical Almanac 
Office at Washington, D. C. He published many valuable professional books. 
He received LL. D. from Columbia University in 1874; M. M. and Ph. D. from 
Leyden, Gennany, on its .lOOth anniversary; Ph. D. from Heidelberg, Ger- 
many, on its 500th anniversary in 1886; medal from the Royal Astronomical 
Society of London in 1876; the Huygens gold medal in 1887; and the Russian 
government placed his picture in Pulkowa Observatory as one of the famous 
astronomers. He was a member of a number of foreign and home societies in 
astronomy and science; was Professor Emeritus of Mathematics and Astron- 
omy at the Johns Hopkins University, and Research Associate of the Carnegie 
Institution. 

c Anita Rosalie, born May 13, 1842, died December 17, 
1861. 

d Ferdinand Augustus, born March 6, 1844. at the 
Xaval Hospital, Norfolk, Virginia, married (1) May 14, 
1868, at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Annie Kate Burnett, 
who was born there May 27, 1846, and died November 9, 
1878 VIII-36 

]\Iarried (2) June 27, 1882, at Santa Ana, California, 
Elizabeth Emily Hall, daughter of Owen Buell and Emily 
Maria (Potter) Hall, born at Batavia, Illinois, January 28, 
1865 ..VIII-37 

He was a page in the U. S. Senate from 1856 to 1862. He received the 
degree of M. D. from the LTniversity of Pennsylvania in 1866, and Ph. D. in 
1872. He was Professor of Materia Medica at Lincoln University, Oxford, 
Pennsylvania, in 1873, and practiced medicine in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 
and Washington, D. C, until 1881, when he moved to Santa Ana. California, 
buying property there. He has been author of several professional works, and 
is a member of several scientific societies. Elizabeth Emily (Hall) Hassler 
has written a number of humorous sketches under nom de plume of "Cousin 
Janie". 

YIl-14 Children of Charles H. and ]\Iaria (Robertson) Nourse. 

VI-2-i _ 
a Charles Howard, born July 26, 1844, married June 15, 
1871, Alice Darby, who was born October 15, 1845 VIII-38 

He is a physician at Darnestown, Montgomery County, Maryland. 

b Harriet Robertson, born September 22, 1846, died 
July 14, 1847. 



■I' 1 1 1'] r.riJ, KAMll.V i;',I 

VJl-l.") Cliil.livii (if Cliiirlrs II. iu\i\ l';ii ;ilirtli .1. I I .-n, Irrsoii- 
I 'del' i Xdll l-sc. \' I -ll-i 

;i Miiry K il tt'iilmiisc. liuni -Inly (i. lsr>i!, 111,1 i-riii| ()c|(iln'i- 
I'll. ]S(II), ()||i() .\l;i<_;rii(|rr A 1 1 1 1 ic;i,sl rr, who \\;is liorii n.-liilM-r 

lii. ]XV.\ \lll-;5:) 

III' icccivcil ilic di'Krco! of M. I), from the Miiryliind IJnivcrHity in IStiri. 

lie li:is |ii-ai-| ircil iiu'diciiic in Wn.sliiriyldn, I). ('. 

1) Lucy I lolcoinhc. honi Allans! ]S, ]S'>\, died .\|iiil l!4, 
IS.')?. 

VII-]() ( Miildrcii of -loscpli Iv jiikI S;ii';i1i i \Vtii;lit i Xoiirsc. 

VI--_',j 

a ]\rarv Alice, Ixn-ii OcIoImm- L'O, 1S4'J. died Ai)ril Llo, 
1856. 

b Annie W'i'ilihl, horn .lune "_', 18-1:5, inan'ie(| duly ID, 
1866, Ricliai'd Despard I)o(l<i'(', who was born at Xew York 
City lSei)tenihei- (i. 18:}!), and died Abiivh 5, 1!)14. She died 
IMareli VA. 1870...._ VIII-40 

Ho fiiiiiliiatcd at Kcnsclncr Polytoi-hnic CollcRe, Troy, New York, in ISliO; 
was a])i)(iint('d 'I'liird Assistant Engineer in tlic I'. S. Navy, July 122, IStii; 
commissioned Second Assistant Engineer, Fel)ruary 1"), 1,S(!4; resigned .lune 1, 
18IJ8. His service was as follows: ]S02-l,S(i;!, U.'S. S. -'.Tuniata"; 1S(>4, on 
waiting orders; 18(i."i-lS(J7, U. S. S. Naval Academy; 18(>S, Bureau of Steam 
Engineering, Navy Deiiartment. Washington. D. C. He, after resigning, lived 
in Brooklyn, New Yoi'k, and was ('ugaged in civil engineering work. He was 
treasure!- of the Home Benefit .Vssociation. 

c Sarab TTassler, born ^Tareb 2, 1847, married Septem- 
ber lo, 1871. Cornelius Stille Ramsburg, wlio was born 
August 2, 1839. She died November, 1887. VIII-41 

He was a stock broker, and th(\v livcil at Georgetown, I). C. 

d ^lary Ritteiibouse, born .Mareli 28, 184i). died Decem- 
l)er 17, 1849. 

e INIaria -loseplia. boi'ii September 22, 185o. died April 
5, 1854. 

f Charles -Joseph, born December 15, 1S54. married 

June 2(5, 1879, Emily Louise ITomans of Brooklyn, Xew 

York, who was born October 4. 1856. He died July 23. 
1880: No issue. 

He graduated from Eafayette in 1.S74 as A. B. and frcnn Columhia Uni- 
versity as M. J), in ]S7ti. He was ai)i)oint('d Assistant Surgeon, U. S. Navy, 
June 1, 187fi, and died in service. From 1S7r> to 1S77 was at the Naval Hos- 
pital, Chelsea, Massachusetts, and in 1S7".I was in the V. S. Coast Survey 
Steamer "Blake". 

g Anna Jan(\ born AFay 24, 1856. 

h Frank, born duly 29, 1858, died Odoher 7. 1865. 

i Plenry Duniont, born June 30, 1863. nuirried .\iimmt 
24, 1-889, Sarah Agnes Peter at Darnestown. Aiar\dand. 
He died September 15, 1870 ....Vni-42 

He graduated as M. 1). at Columbia University in 1S.S7, and lived at 
Georgetown, D. C. 



132 THE BULL FAMILY 

VII-17 Children of Henry M. and Cora (Stansbury) Nourse. 

VI-2-1 

a Henry Stansbury, born August 3, 1847, married April 
25, 1871, Victoria ]Monroe of Pompton, New Jersey, who 
was born June 6, 1846 _......-._..- - VIII-43 

He enlisted in Comjiany F, 72nd Indiana Volunteer Infantry, February, 
1SG4, and was mustered out May, 1865. He was in the U. S". Coast Survey 
in February and March, 1868, and afterwards was engaged in railroad sur- 
veys until injured in 1872. He then took up literary and art work, first 
becoming librarian of Harlem New York Library, and later director of 
School of Design, State Normal and Training School, at Potsdam, New A^ork. 
He had his name changed by decree of court to N'orse. 

b Laura Hagner, born in 1849, died in 1885. 

She was drowned in the Ohio River near Louisville, Kentucky. 

c John, died in infancy. 

d Benjamin Franklin, born March 27, 1853, married 
May 3, 1871, Harriet de Bow, who was born August 25, 
1854 —- --- -- VIII-44 

They moved to New Orleans, Louisiana, in 1885. 

e Emma, died in infancy. 

f Cora, born in 1867, died in 1881. 

g Anna St. Clair, born June, 1866, married November, 
1884, John Barbour Mendenhall, who was born February 5, 
1866 _ _ - - VIII-45 

He was telegraph operator at Cape Cliarles, Virginia. 

YII-18 Children of John S. B. and Mary E. (Hite) Davison. 

VI-4-b 

a Anna Maria, born October 16, 1827, married at "The 

Forest" October 16, 1849, Robert Henry Turner, son of 

Colonel Robert and Lucy Green (Long) Turner of Front 

Royal, Warren County, Virginia, born in 1827 VIII-46 

He studied and practiced law, and was the representative of Warren 
County in the State Convention which jjassed the resolution of secession of 
Virginia in 1860. He enlisted as a private in the Confederate Army and was 
soon commissioned a lieutenant, finally reaching the rank of major, and serv- 
ing on the staff of General Montgomery Corse until the surrender at Appo- 
matox. He was made judge of the Circuit Court of Warren County in 1869, 
remaining in that position until -January 1, 1895. 

b Sarah Jaquelin, born September 12, 1829. 

After the Civil War and after the death of her father, she became a mis- 
sionary, and in 1880 took charge of the "Mary Baldwin Memorial School" at 
Jaffa in the Palestine. (See Mission Life in Greece and Palestine.) 

c Virginia Augusta, born July 10, 1835, died in 1878. 

(1 John Smith, born October 10, 1837, married December 
12, 1871, Mary Elizabeth Bowman, daughter of Captain 
Isaac and Eleanor Briscoe (Hite) Bowman of Mount Pleas- 
ant, Virginia _ Vni-47 

e Louise Fontaine, born October 10, 1839, married at 
"The Forest" January 28, 1862, Rev. Robert M. Baker, son 
of Jacob and Catherine (Street) Baker of Winchester,- Vir- 
ginia. He died in 1884... VIIL48 

He graduated at Yale College in 1856. and studied for the m.inistry at the 
Protestant Episcopal Seminary, Alexandria, Virginia. He was ordained by 



Till': i:i LI. I'AMII.V i;{3 

HislKip .liiliii .liiliiis III Isriil. Ill' wiiH il|i|iiiiiili'il rliii|iliiiii nil tlif .sliilf of Miijor 
(iriiciiil iMiMilnoiiii'iy ( diM' ill l.Slil, iiiHJ srrvcd until dii' curl nf iln- (,ivil 
\\':ir. lie l.ihT lillcil Ihc <'liiirclic,s of Front Itoviil, \'ii'i,'iiiiii, I .oiiisvilli-. Ki-ii- 
(ucU\. :iii(l (uacT ( li ii nil, ( icorKi'liivvn, 1). ('. 

r \V;ilktM- .Miiiiry. horn .Inly L>;;. ls|l. ilinl in is,")."), 
ii' licssic IJird. lioni Aii;,iiist, 17, 1844. 

Alter llic Civil W.ir sh.' Ihi-.-uic ,'i iiiissioniiry iinil liilcr for (iftirn W'.n s 
\vi\s in cliiir^ic nl' llir ■'.iiiliii .IdIiiis IiiMniuiry iiiid llnspiliil ' ' . Af li'rwnrd.s slii- 
Wiis in cluiriic 111' llii' 'St Anilrcu's lloini'", K'iclinioiKJ, Viiiriiiiii. 

li ( onicli;i Mile, horn Ahiy •_'(). lS4(i. dird in Isiii'. 

i \\'illi;iiii A niisl roiiL;', honi Sc|itciiihrr !), Isjs. m.-n-rird 
Siindi \l. Wnlsoii. djiu^lilcr of Sjiiiiiicl liiii'^uohl \\';itsoii of 
(JrtM'iiNinc. Son Hi Cjiroliiic \'1II-4!J 

llr ^I'ailiKilcd ill incdiiiiic al llic Medical S(dl(iol of tllP T^'nivprsUv of 
Marx- la lid at Hall iniore, in 1S77, and lived at Middlcliiwn, Frcdrrick Ci.iinty, 
Viriiiiiia, at'ler .lannary, 1S7S. 

j Miivy Elliiiiiv, born in IS.IO. 

A Tier the Civil War sho boc-inu' a niissioiinvy and went with her sister. 
Sarah .la(|nelin. to daft'n in the Palestine, where she was assistant at the "Mary 
Haldwin Memorial Sehool". Keturninpr to the I'liited States she studied for 
deaconess at tjie Protestant Ki)iscopal Training Scdiool at Philadelphia, Penn- 
sylvania, and was •■ordered" liy Bishop Whittaker in IS!)."'.. S'he was assismpd 
to Grace Church, Philadeljihia. as assistant to Kev. Dr. Stone, where she was 
greatly loved and honored in lier work. In 1S08 she was called to St. 
Andrew's Church at Kichniond, Virginia. 

k Alexander iNEeDonald, lioi-n July, 1852. married Jnnc. 
1877, at IMoiint Calvaiy Chnrch, Front "Royal. Viruinia, 
Hester ^Morris ^Farsliall, daiiii'hter of Captain James .Morris 
Marshall of "Happy Creek," Warren County, Virginia VnT-HO 

She was sister of Cliarles Coates Worth ;Marshall. 

VII-19 Children of Edward J. and Eleanor C. (Baldwin) Davi- 
son. VI-4-e 

a Eleanoi' Cornelia, horn •January 15. 183G, married De- 
cem1)er 5, 1855, John H. Pedigo of ^lartinsville. Yiro-inia. 
horn in 1823 ^ VTTT-51 

h ^Farv Baldwin, horn Novemher 30, 1837. died Xovcm- 
her 9, 1846. 

c Edward Jaquelin. horn Julv 25, 1842, died January. 
1844. 

d AVilliani Sinilli, horn Oetohei- 4. 1845, married Aiiii'ust 
29, 1876, Anna ^laria Davison (VII-21-f). born November, 
1848. He died at Walla Walla. AYashington. Xovemlier 28. 
1904 VIIT-52 

They were first cousins. He entered the Southern army (Virginia) at 
about the age of eighteen, where he served under General F.ivl\-. Fought in 
the battles of Bull Run, Cedar Creek. He was wounded in the btittle of 
Fisher's Mill, and as a result lost his right arm. Was hnioralily discliarged. 
Atteiuled Baltin'ore Conimercial (\illege. and later taught sch;;ol. Went to 
Jefferson City. ^Missouri, about the year ISlili. Served as city clerk while 
studying law. Was admitted to the Missouri bar. .Tuly .S. ISTU. Was elected 
prosecuting attorney of Cole County, Missouri, and served for two terms. 
Was appointed .iudge of the County Court of Cole Countv, Missouri, by Gov- 
ernor David R. Francis, to fill a vacancv. and later was elected indge. serving 
a full term. :Moved to Walla Walla, Washington, iti .August. IS'.i:'.. where he 
practiced law until about two years before his death. She is living at Walla 
Walla. 



J34 THE BULL FAMILY 

e Edmonia Louise, born October 15. 1848, died in 1876. 

She became a missionary at Athens, Greece, where she died and was 
buried. 

VII-20 Children of Isaac F. and Maria L. (Davison) Hite. VI-4-d 

a Anna Jaquelin, born 1831, married John Wright, 
who is dead-— — - VIII-53 

She is living at the old home in Middletown, Frederick County, Virginia. 

b Isaac Fontaine, Jr., born in 1841. He was killed in 
January. 1865, at the capture of Beverly, AVest Virginia, 
by the Confederate troops. 

He Tvas a member of Company D, 6th Virginia Cavalry, Army of Xorthern 
Virginia. 

VII-21 Children of William A. and Ann A. (Caldwell) Davison. 

VI-4-e 

a Elizabeth Alexander, born in 1839, died in July, 1840. 

b Louisa Hite, born in August. 1840. married April 18, 
1871, Dr. Alexander Monroe Powell of Collinsville. Illinois, 
son of Captain Thomas and Clarissa (Cheslev) Powell of 
Kentucky _ VIII-54 

He graduated at the Medical College of St. Louis, Missouri, in 1860, and 
was a widower, his first wife having been Ann Maury Davison. (VII-22-a.) 

c Alexander Caldwell, born August 12, 1842, at Jeffer- 
son City, Missouri, married December 80,-1869, at Jeff'erson 
City, Sarah Caroline (Pelot) Eppes, daughter of Charles 
Aloore and Margaret Ann (Ford) Pelot, born on the planta- 
tion of her father, "Whitlich," Abbeville District, South 
Carolina, J\Iay 13, 1840, and died at Jefferson City, Mis- 
souri. October 13, 1909. He died at the same place October 
12, 1908...... Vin-55 

He lived for several years in his youth with his aunt, Mrs. Charles 
Xeave, at Clifton, Cincinnati, Ohio, where he attended Mr. Brook's Seminary 
until lS.o9. In 1860 he began the study of medicine at the Medical College in 
St. Louis, Missouri. At Ihe outbreak of the Civil War in 1861 he joined, 
near Miami, Missouri, Williams' Regiment of General .Jo Shelby's Brigade, 
and served as surgeon during the entire war. .Ifter the war he completed his 
studies at St. Louis and graduated from the Medical College in 1867. For the 
following year he was associated with Dr. E. H. Gregory of St. Louis, at S't. 
Luke's Hospital. He then returned to .Jefferson City, where he practiced as 
a physician and surgeon. 

Sarah Caroline (Pelot-Eppes) Davison was the widow of John Wales 
Eppes, a great grandson of Thomas .Jefferson. They were married at Cokes- 
bury, South Carolina, September 29. 18.59, and had one daughter. Margaret 
.Julia Eppes. born November 1. 1861. Charles Moore Pelot was born April 24, 
1791, and died December 7, 186.S, and was a descendant of the two Colonial 
Governors Moore of South Carolina. 

Margaret Ann Ford was born January .3, 1795, and died September 2, 
184."'.. The Pelots were descendants of the Iluguenots who came to South Caro- 
lina in 169."). The mother of Charles Moore Pelot was Mary Postell, daughter 
of Colonel .James Postell, of South Carolina, who served in the War of the 
Revolution under General Francis Marion. Sarah Caroline Pelot finished her 
education at Miss Willard's Seminary, Troy, New York. She, with her hus- 
band and family, left South Carolina during the reconstruction period and 
made their home in Saline County, Missouri. 



( ( 



d Emma AA^ashington, born in July, 1844, married at 
Hackwood," A'irginia, April 29, 1873, AVilliam Howard 



Till': I'.ri.l. I'A.MILY 135 

Dnvis of .Icircrsoii ('ity. Missouri, w hit \\;is Imni ;it liidi- 
iiioiid, N'iftiiiiia, July 2fS, 1845, luid died at Jtdi'ci'soii City 

ill ISO:? VIII-:^ii 

'I'lu-y livfd nil II farm r.illiil ' I larkwood ' ', (wii iiiili-s finm .IflTcrKoii City. 

I' .Ja(|U('liii Smith, lioni in Miirdi, Isjd. man'ifd .Mai'v 
Cannon of Saline ( 'onnly, .M issonri. No issue. 

r Anna .Maria, hoi'u in .\oveinl»er, ls4S. inar-i'ied Autrust 
'2U, 187(i, William Smith Davison ( \' I l-l!»-d i. hoi-n Octoltec 
4, 1845. and died .\ovend)er 28, lf)ll4, at Walla Walla. Wasli- 
illp:toii. See \' 1 1 I -.")■_>. 

They were fir.st cousins. Slie lives at Walla Walla. Washineton. 

fr AVilliain Afnedonald. horn .Ianiia)'y. 1 '-!."')0. uiai'ried 
Sallie (Iriflilh. 

h Edward llalstcad, horn -July. ISoii. married Fanny 
Land. 

i Mary .Matilda, horn .\o\'emher. ls.")4. married in d'race 
Church, Jefferson City. ^Missouri. .Ma.v 26. 1885. Heii.iamiii 
"William (lall.x' of the O.i'ai Valle.v, Ventura Connt.v, Califor- 
nia, who was hor)i Julv 20, 1852, and died Xoveni])er 25. 
1893 !. VIII-57 

VII-22 Children of Dr. Alexander AF. and Matilda :\r. (llite) 
Davison. ' VI-4-tr 

a Ann Alaiiry. born April 25, 1840, married June 21. 
1860. Dr. Alexander AFonroe Powell, son of Captain Thomas 
and Clarissa (Chesle.y) Powell of Kentuekv. She died 
:\lareh 3, 1870 '.. ^ VIII-58 

His second wife was FiOiiisa Hite Davison (VII-21-I)). 

h Maedonald Alexaiidi'r. horn .March 23. 1843, died No- 
vember 1. 1849. 

e John Smith. Jr.. horn October 31. 1845. died unmar- 
ried in 1909. 

d CorneFins llite. born -liilv 8, 1848, died Januarv 10, 
1865. 

He errew up iiiiusually bright and intelligent and living on a farm, was 
fond of hunting and fisliing. Possessor of a handsome gnn. which was searched 
for by the Federal soldiers. He was so indignant with them that he ran 
away from home and .iomed Slielby's Brigade of the Confederate Army. In 
the terrible march they made to Texas, when there was nothing to eat but 
parched corn, he went with the many who succumbed to hunger and disease. 
He died at Myrtle Springs, Texas, but his grave was not marked. 

e William Arinstron<i'. born in Jefferson City, [Missouri, 
Oetol)er 12, 1851, married September 15, 1875, Anna Xixon 
Kimbrough, wlio was liorn A]U'il 29, 1855. Tie died at Big 
Pine, Inyo County, CaFifornia. February 5, 1907. Xo issue. 

He graduated at the ^fedical School. St. Louis. Missouri. March 1.'!. 1^7:'.. 
They lived at Big Pine, Inyo County, California, where she still resides. 



136 THE BULL FAMILY 

f Louisa Fontaine, l3orn January 7, 1853, married June 
8. 1875. Colonel ^lack Jeremiah Learning, born at La Porte, 
Indiana. February 15, 1842, and died at Great Falls, Mon- 
tana, August 8, 1893.; -- - -- - VIII-59 

He studied law at Wheaton College, near Chicago, Illinois, and finished 
at the Law School of Albany, New York. He practiced first at Jefferson City, 
Missouri, and was elected prosecuting attorney for two successive terms, in 
Cole County, Missouri. He subsequently practiced in Denver, Colorado, and 
later moved to California. In 1883 he opened a law office at Fort Benton, 
Montana, where his time was divided between the practice of law and the 
industry of stock raising up to 1891, when he moved to Great Falls, Montana. 
He enlisted early in the Civil War in the First Board of Trade Regiment from 
Chicago, Illinois, and was later commissioned Ma.ior of the 1.3th Cavalry at 
Fort Pillow. Before his discharge he attained the rank of Colonel. At Fort 
Pillow he was badly wounded in the side, and this eventually caused his death. 
His first marriage was to Maria Louisa Buck, whose children were Herbert, 
born April 29, 1866; and Nellie, born .June 24, 1868, and married to Fred C. 
Church, living in Jefferson City, Missouri. 

VII-23 Children of Dr. Alexander M. and Mary C. (Powell) 
Davison. VI-4-g 

a Livingston Edward, born September 23, 1856, mar- 
ried February 7, 1878. Martha L. Powell, daughter of Dr. 
Bruce E. and Martha (Hicks) Powell. He died'in 1901 _VIII-60 

They were first cousins. 

' b Edward Jaquelin, born November 23, 1857, married 

Maude E. Guilford. No issue. 

They live in Kansas City, Missouri, where he has a large business in 
commercial photography. 

c Alexander Macdonald, born September 24, 1859, died 
June 6, 1860. 

d Kate Madison, born February 27, 1861, married April 
28, 1880, Jesse Ward Henry, son of Judge W. Henry of the 
Supreme Court of Missouri VIII-61 

e Margaret Chesley, born February 25, 1863, married 
January 9, 1884, Frank Obear YIII-62 

They live in St. Louis, Missouri. 

f Maria Augusta, born September 20, 1865, married 
December 16, 1885, Henry Clay Lambert.. VIII-63 

They live in Kansas City, Missouri, where he is cashier of the American 
Bank. 

g Sarah Emma, born November 25, 1867, married in 
1895, John M. Nuckols, leading newspaperman of St. Louis, 
Avho died in 1898. 

She lives in .Jefferson City, Missouri. 

VII-24 Children of John and Sarah Z. (Mills) Evans. VI-5-a 

a Robert Mills, born May 2, 1836, died May 23, 1836. 

b Richard Joseph, born in Washington, D. C, July 14, 
1837, married February 4, 1861, Mary Anais Denise La- 
garde, daughter of John B. and Athenais (Dimitry) La- 
garde of New Orleans, Louisiana ..VIII-64 

He entered the U. S'. Coast Survey as aide in 185.5. Moved to New 
Orleans in 1S.-.9 and taught school. He was in the Confederate Volunteers, 
three months men, and took part in the battle of Shiloh, Companv C, Cres- 



'I'lll': IMIJ. FAMILY ]?,7 

cent KcKiiiiiiil , Aiiiiy (if 'rcMiiics.sci'. AfliT llic Civil War he whm with various 
riiilriiads in lln' Soiilli as const nirl ion anil I'i'Hiili'iil t'liKini-i-r, and for ii tiini> 
was coiinc'ctcd with the liiiriviu of Sicain Knuinfcriiit; of the Navy l)i-parl- 
incnt. His last railronrl service was with the (iulf, West 'I'exas and I'acidi- 
lkailroa<l, as picsidrMl, cliiel eiii,'inecr and manager, now part of the Santa I'l: 
System. 

c -loliii •l;ii|iiil ill, liorii N()\ riiilnf Lll), ISJS, iiijirrii'd .);iii- 
ii;ir\' 111, 1S74, Isjilicl lii\iii<^st()ii Uhinkiiuiii. (l;mL;lilcr of 
Michel Anio , •111(1 .l.iiic lk'V(.'i-ly (Craw rord) Ijlaiikiiian. \\i- 
(lied .Januaiy 17, 1S77 \llI-(»;> 

He was lost in tlie I'. S. S. '■lluidn''. .l.i nii.i r> 17, INTH. He was .scrv- 
int; on hoard iis !i diMuu-lil siti.i n. 

d Vir^'iiiia .Mills, liorn Octol.ff IS, \SV.K 

Slir livi'd at ][yatlsvillc. .\Ia r.\ lainl. 

VII-25 Cliildivii of Professor AI.'.xaiid.T and .Mary 1'. (.Mills) 
Dimitry. VI-5-e 

a John Bull Sinilli. horn in W'ashinuion. 1). C, Decem- 
ber 27, 1835, married February 7. 1S71. Adeline Stuart of 
]\Iississippi. lie died Sei)tenii)er tj. 1!)()1. No issue. 

He was educated at College Hill near Kayniond, Mississippi; was Sec- 
retary of Jjegation when his father was Minister to Costa liica ; was a 
soldier in tlie .\rmy of tlie Tennessee, and afterwards was chief clerk in the 
Post Office Department of the Confederate States. From 1S74 to ]S7(! he 
was Professor of English and French at the Collegio C'aldas at Baranquilla, 
United S'tates of Colombia. He was dramatic and literary critic of the New 
Orleans Times, and from ISSl to ISKil was on the editorial staff of the New 
York ilail and Express. He was author of several books. 

b Charles Pattoii, born July 81, 1837, married June 1, 
1871, Anne Elizabeth Johnston, daughter of Rebecca John- 
ston of Alexandria, Virginia, who died in August, 1880 VIIT-fi6 

He lives in New Orleans, Louisiana. He graduated at Georgetown Col- 
lege as A. M. in ISti". He served as a private soldier in the Confederate 
Army during the Civil War, and afterwards was on newspaper work in dif- 
ferent cities. Is the author of several novels. 

c Eliza Virginia ]\[ills, born Sei)tember 2, 1839, inari'ied 
December 31. 1856, Enoch Fenwick Ruth of Washington, 
D. C. She died September 22, 1891 VIII-67 

d ]\Iary Elizabeth Lynn, born August 15, 1841. married 
December 8, 1862, Colin ^IcRae Sclpli of New Orleans, 
Louisiana. She died June 14, 1891 VIIT-68 

He was a practicing lawyer in New Orleans. 

e Alexander Godgrand, born October 10. 1S43, died 
September 19, 1864. 

He was in the 18th Virginia Cavalry, Confederate States Army, and was 
killed at the battle near Germantown, Maryland. 

f ^Matilda Fortier, born August 17, 1846. married Julv 
31, 1873, William de Vere :\liller. Tie died in New Orleans, 
Louisiana VIII-69 

g Robert ]\Iills, born October 6, 1847, and died same day. 

h RobtM't Andrea, born Se]itember 14, 1848. married 
Februarv 7. 1894, Augusta XortJeet :\Iills. He died October 
19. 1904. Xo issue. 

He was liuht keeper at Round Island Light House, Mississippi Sound. 
She was the widow of Dr. James B. Mills of Mississippi. 



138 THE BULL FAMILY 

i Thomas Dabney, born March 11, 1850, married De- • 
cember 31, 1882, Anne Therese Snee of Bayou Goula, 
Louisiana VIII-70 

j Ernest Alexander Lagarde, born May 5, 1857, married 
at Christ Church, New Orleans, Louisiana, by Bishop Ses- 
sums, June 20, 1906, Maude Lindsay Smith, daughter of the 
late Colesworth Pinkney Smith, Chief Justice of the Su- 
preme Court of Mississippi. 

VII-26 Children of Cornelius B. and Elizabeth A. (Smith) Hite. 

VL6-e 

a Isaac, born December 26, 1839, died in infancy. 

b Elizabeth Smith, born January 25, 1841, married in 
1858, Thomas T. Fauntleroy, son of Colonel T. T. Fauntle- 
roy, 1st U. S. Dragoons, and Ann (Magill) Fauntleroy VIII-71 

Slie has lived in St. Louis since his death. He was judge of the Court 
of Appeals of Virginia, and they then lived at Winchester and Richmond, 
Virginia. 

c Cornelius Benjamin, Jr., born August 6, 1842. married 
(1) November 29, 1871, Margaret Lewis Marshall, daughter 
of Fielding Lewis and Rebecca (Coke) Marshall, born May 
17, 1846, and died July 2, 1899, at Portsmouth, Virginia... .VIII-72 

Married (2) August 21, 1915, Mary Newton Grimshaw. 

He was in Company D, "Clarke's Company", of the 6th Regiment, 
C. S. A., during the Civil War. Margaret Lewis Marshall was great grand- 
daughter of Chief Justice Marshall of the LT. S. Supreme Court, and her 
grandfather, Richard Coke, was Congressman from Williamsburg. After the 
Civil War, Cornelius B. Hite, .Jr., was in the Pension Bureau in Washing- 
ton, and later was in the real estate and insurance business. 

YII-27 Children of Leonard E. and Josepha.N. (Smith) Swartz- 

welder. VI-6-f 

a Elizabeth Smith, born December 23, 1844, married 

Rev. William Meredith of Winchester, Virginia. Both are 

dead. No issue. 

He was of the Episcopal Church. Both are buried at Mt. Hebron 
cemetery, Winchester, Virginia. 

b Leonard Ellmaker, born in June, 1846, died in 1863. 

He was killed in the battle of Treviban Station, in- Virginia, during the 
Civil War. 

c Josepha Nourse, died unmarried April 2, 1888. 
d Alice Cary, died in infancy, August 26. 1862. 
e jNIaria Louisa, died in infancy. 

f Ada Clarke, married December 21, 1886, Walter Le- 
Fevre, son of Rev. Mr. LeFevre of Baltimore, Maryland.... VIII-73 

He received degrees of Ph. D. from Berlin and Heidelberg. They lived 
in Austin, Te.xas. He was Associate Professor of Political Science and Phi- 
losophy, University of Texas. 

g Augusta Jaquelin, l)orn in 1861, married November 
19, 1885, John Scott of Virginia -.._ _ VIII-74 

They live in Waco, Texas. 

h :Mary, married William Tidball of Winchester, Vir- 
ginia VIII-75 

They live in Fort Worth, Texas. 



Til !•: I'.riJ. I' \ \i ll.^' i;!0 

\'ll-li8 Cliildi-i'ii (iT -Idliii ;iiiil l>'rlicci-;i r,. iSiiiilln .\l;i rsliall. 

VI-(i-li 

;i llcslcr .Morris. Iidrii -Inly Llil. IS.'):'.. ;it I'ldj^cwoi-lli, 

Fjir(|iii{'i' ( 'oil Illy. \' i riiini.-i. iii;irric(| ( )c1olirr "js, 1 ssd, ,|;iiii,.s 

I'cyloii .M;irsli;ill. .son of ( 'li;irlrs .M;i!-sli;iM of .Mjisoii ( 'oiitity. 

Kciil ii('k\', lioni ill IS-IS. She (lied in 111(17). No issue. 

I) -lolin A iii;iisl inc. horn Si'plcinlicr .), 1^.).), niiirricd 
OcloltiT 1, 1888, dcssic 1\ ii'k|»;il ricl< of \' i I'uiii i;i \' I I I Tii 

lie sluilit'd nl llir I iiixnsily nl' \' i it;i ni.i. :i iid t;i'ii(lliiiti'(l lliorc, .Fllly li, 
ISTI. lie sludii'd l:i\\ iiiid u.is iidinillrd Id tin' li.ir at Ikiimc, May, IH".*^. \\v 
wriit Id Sail liakr ( ily .■irid cnlciiMl llic linn nl' Hiiinrl t, Marsliall & Mradlcy, 
lie was a|)i>oiii((Ml li\ 1 'irsidrii I ( lixilaiid .indue "i llii' District Court. IIi' 
rcsisiii'd iMi accdUiil nl' ill lii'.-illh and has since |-esiirned |)T-acl ice. 'I'llcy live 
at Sail Lake ( 'il,\-. 

e 

Adiipled Sim, Charles Kicliard, died rrniu llie ki(d< of ;i horse, Sepleniln-r 
10, IS!):!. 

d 

Add|iied son, .Mdi-ris Orr, Iiorn May, 1.*!1<). 

Vll-2i) Childivn of Dr. Adam ('. and .Mary A. (Sinillij Swai-tx- 
wcldcr. VI-6-i 

a Eli/al)('tli. horn July 18, 1854, died April .l. lS:)(i. 

1) :\lary, born September 1. 1857. died October 2!), 1864. 

(• .\da, born November 2, 1859. died October 14, 1864. 

d Joseplia, born January 20, 1861, died. Augnst 9. 1861. 

e INIaude, born January 17, 1868, married Novenibtr lH. 
1885, Theodore Stark West, son of James Camden and 
Mary (Stark) West of Columbia, South Carolina VI 11-77 

They live in Waco. Texas. 

f Frida. born -Inly 14, 1867. died October 11, 1867. 

VlI-:30 Cbildi-cn of Dr. Charles ^l. and Katherine (Stirling) 
Smith. VI-6-j 

Louis Stirling, married October 1, 1891, Addie Coke..VT 11-78 



a 



^t' 



Thfy live at Dallas, Texas. Slie is a niece of Senator (^oke of Texas. 

b John Augustine, Jr., marrieil l)eceml)er 22, 1897, Eula 
Hare - VIII-79 

They live at Xew Orleans, Louisiana, where he is connected with the 
Board of Trade. 

c Charles JMagill, died young. 

d Katherine Stirling, died young. 

e August int^ Jaquelin, niai-ried ^Farie Boulaine. daugh- 
ter of the late Dominguez lioulaine of Xew Orleans, Louis- 
iana : ..viii-80 

Tie is a prominent surgeon at Franklin, TiOnisiana, and did great service 
in stamping out yellow fever at Vera Cruz, Mexico. 

f Charles Magill. bom Xovciiibrr 26, 1S75. died August 
27. 1900. unmarried. 

He graduated at tlie Maryland .Vgricull ural College, at the age of l.'i. 
Attended Washington High Scho(d and graduated when 10, and studied law 
at Columbia University and George Washington Law School, graduating with 
highest honors. He was for several years secretary to .Instice E. D. White of 
the U. S. Supreme Court. 



140 THE BULL FAMILY 

g Archibald ^Magill, born February 10, 1877, married 
November 16, 1905. ]\Iary Boiling Turner, daughter of 
Eobert Fauntleroy and Pocahontas (]\leredith) Turner of 
' ' The Plains, ' ' Virginia.. ....VIII-81 

They live in New Orleans, Louisiana. He is a certified public account- 
ant. He was Supervisor of Public Documents, State of Louisiana, 1008 to 
1012. He is president of the Society of Louisiana Public Accountants. 

VII-31 Children of Augustine J. and Elizabeth B. (Morgan) 
Smith. VI-6-k 

a Augustine Jaquelin, Jr., born January 22, 1856, mar- 
ried j\Iay 21, 1890, Mary Augusta Robbins, daughter of 
Stephen Robbins of Augusta, Georgia. He died at Alex- 
andria, Virginia, May 30, 1918. Funeral services were held 
by Bishop Harding at the Cathedral of S.S. Peter and Paul, 
Bethlehem Chapel, Washington, D. C, June 4, 1918. He 
Avas buried in Oak Hill Cemetery. 

He was a graduate of Shenandoah Valley Academy, .Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity of Baltimore, Maryland, and of the Virginia Protestant Episcopal 
Seminary at Alexandria, Virginia. He was ordained deacon by Bishop 
Whittle in 1882, and made priest by Bishop Peterkin in 188.3. He was rector 
of a number of churches, and was last rector of the Episcopal Church of 
Poolesville, Maryland. 

b William Morgan, born January 13, 1859, at Win- 
chester, Virginia, married 'Slaj 17, 1913, Ann Stanton ]\Iur- 
phy. . No issue. 

He graduated in 1880 at the Medical School of the University of Mary- 
land, and took post-graduate courses at Berlin, Vienna and London. He 
settled at Alexandria, Virginia, in 1881, and has practiced there ever since. 
He was appointed surgeon of the .Srd Virginia Volunteer Regiment in the 
Spanish-American War, and has been Battalion Commander of the TOth- 
Eegiment, Virginia National Guard. He is postmaster of Alexandria, sur- 
geon for the Southern Railway Company, and surgeon for the Washington 
Railway Company. He is president of the Virginia State Board of Health, 
president of the Medical Society of Virginia, a member of the Southern 
TJailway Surgeons American Association, a life member of the Masonic 
Lodge of Virginia, a Past Grand Master of George Washington Lodge, a 
Knight Templar, a Shriner, and an Elk. 

c Elizabeth Magill, born June 17, 1861, married in 1890 
Edward Robinson Todd, son of Rev. John Todd of Mary- 
land. He died in 1896 ._ VIII-82 

They lived in Washington, D. C, where he was connected with the 
National Museum and Smithsonian Institution. 

d ]\Iary Jaquelin, born February 27, 1864, married 
June 17, 1913. Richard Bowen Daniel (VII-37-a), son of 
Richard P. and Isobel M. (Fernandez) Daniel of Jackson- 
ville, Florida, born November 15, 1862. No issue. 

They have been living in Denver, Colorado. He was educated in Vir- 
ginia and trained as an expert accountant, being for several years connected 
with the .Jacksonville, Florida, Bank. Later he has been in charge of lumber 
and cattle interests in Colorado. 

e Augusta Louisa, born September 27, 1879, married 
November 15, 1899, Elon St. Clair Hobbs of New York 
City VIII-83 

They live at Fordham, New York City, where he is a lawyer of several 
years practice. He is a graduate of St. Johns College, Annapolis, Maryland. 



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Vll-;5"i Cliildr.-ii (if ('c)loiifl \\'illi;iiii A. .iihI .\iiii;i -1. Smitli) 

;i ( 'liild, iHini. (1 In I in III t';iiicy. 

li Aimiist iiic ( 'linrlrs. honi Aii-^iisl. 1 s.'s.'), niiirrinl l''riiii- 

OOS lilissci llowlrV of W'ilirlicslcl-. \' i I'^i 11 i;i . 
Tlu'.v li\c .11 Slii|ilic'i'ilst<)\vii. \\ iNl Nir^'ini.i. 

(' iMiii'V Auii'iisln. iiKirricd 1S7S. ( '. iJdrsrS' Tyson of 
Frederick. M;il'\'l;iii(l. She d ied .1 iiiie 7. ISTI*. No issue, 
d Mli.;;il»etli .M;i>_;il 1. died ii iiiii;i frie( I I )eeeiiil)e|- (i. 1 Slid. 




KEV. LEVI liULL, D. D. 

IV-4-e 

(Page 22) 

e Anna Jiuiuelin, married Henry L'lay Get/endannuer 
of Charles Town, West Virginia, whose parents were from 
Pennsylvania VIII-8-1 

He giacluated with the degree of A. B. at Washington and Lee Uni- 
versity. He practices law at Charles Town, where they live. He has been 
elected to the S'tate Senate several tin-es, and was Captain of Company 11 
of the 2nd West Virginia Volunteer Infantry in the Spanish-American War. 
He was at one time cashier of the National City Bank of Charles Town. 

f AYilliam Augustine, married (1) Anna Means of Kan- 
sas City VIII-85 

Married (2). 

g Daniel ITenry, horn in West Virginia. Dei-emher 18, 
1870, married Isabella Booker. 

They live at Amehia Court House. X'irsinia. He was appointed Assistant 
Surgeon in U. S. Navy, November 27, ISllli, commissioned Past Assistant Sur- 
geon, November 27, ISOO, and retired 'from active duty for incapacity incident 



142 THE BULL FAMILY 

to the service, March 9, 1904. He served as follows; 1897, at the laboratory, 
Xavv Yard, New York; U. S. S. "Cincinnati", 1898; U. S. S. "Iris", 1899; 
U. S. S. "Vermont", 1900; U. S. S. "Philadelphia", 1901-1902. Treatment 
at hospital, Mare Island, California, 1903. 

li Archibald Magill Smith, married Sarah Shepherd of 
Shepherdstown, AVest Virginia - VIII-86 

They live at Charles Town, West Virginia. 

VII-33 Children of George W. and Maria L. H. (Smith) Jack- 
son. VI-6-m 

a Elizabeth, 
b Mary. 
c Louisa. 

All died in childhood and are Iniried at Ironton, Ohio. 

VII-34 Children of Archibald M. and Mary B. (Meredith) 
Smith. VI-6-n 

a Elizabeth ]\Ieredith, born May 31, 1869, married Feb- 
ruary 24, 1892, Walter Joseph Suthon of Franklin, Louis- 
iana" --... VIII-87 

He graduated at Oxford University, Mississippi, and with B. L. at Tulane 
University, New Orleans, Louisiana. He was District Attorney of St. Mary's 
and Terre Benne Parishes, Louisiana, and is now a sugar planter at Houma, 
Louisiana. 

b "William Meredith, born December 1, 1870, married 
Eliza Clarkson Marshall of Markham, Virginia. 

They live at Markham, Farquier County, Virginia, where he is a farmer. 
She is a direct descendant of Chief Justice John Marshall. 

c Archibald Magill, born December 28, 1872, died 
March 24, 1875. 

d John Augustine, born February 3, 1875, married De- 
cember 3, 1902, Alice Virginia Hagley of Charles Town, 
West Virginia - -- VIII-88 

He is a farmer living near Charles Town. 

e Pocahontas Boiling, born June 28, 1877, married 
George Carroll Todd of Isle of Wight County, Virginia.... VIII-89 

He is a graduate B. L. of Columbia College, Washington, D. C, and is 
First Assistant Attorney General of the United States, at Washington, D. C 

f Reuben Boiling, born October 10, 1879, died March 
30, 1881. 

g Mary Thurston, born March 10, 1882, married Sep- 
tember 16, 1903, Jean Louis Caillonet of Houma, Louis- 
iana' VIII-90 

He is a graduate of Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana, and is 
now a sugar planter at Houma, Louisiana. 

h Reuby Jaquelin, born July 21, 1884, married April 
22, 1913, Tliomas Massie Boyd of Bryant, Virginia Vin-91 

He is an orchardist at Bryant, Virginia. 

i Charles Magill, born December 11, 1886. 

He is a civil engineer, living at Amarilla, Texas, where he is computer for 
the Santa Fe Railway. 



'rill': 111 LL I'AMii.v 1 1:{ 

VII-S") ( 'hihliTii iif (i(oi\L;c W. ;iii(l Alfred;! A. '1'. iSiiiillii .l;irk- 

Sdll. \' I li () 

n .M;ir\- |);irlc\', iii.ii'ricd |)r. Wiillrf Lrc Austin ol' 
'r.'\;is .' ' \lll !»2 

li Alfi'cdji Aim 'riickci'. iiijifficd Api'il '2\. IfKfJ. .hiiiirs 
Lewis .\I;irsli;dl ol' roi-lsiiKiiil li. \' iiM;ini;i, son of U'irli;ii-d 
('okc ;iMd ( 'id lirrihi' i Wilson i .\l;irsli;d I . 

Mr is Krt'iit ui'iinImiii c,I' ( hiri .lii^iii-.' .I.iliri M.-irshnll of lli.' t'. H, 
Siiprciiii' Coiii't. 

VII-8() Ciiildi't'ii of .lohn S. ,'ind I'jniii;! i Widlaec i Mnrdock. 

\'I-7I. 

;i Sai'.-di d;i(|iirliii. Iioni in South (';irolin;i in l"^lo, iii;ir- 
I'ifd (1) .M;iy iS, ISiili, \\'illi;ini 'Townsend Adams, wliodi'd 
in .lanuaiy,' 187:5 \'lll-!j;} 

^Mai-ried 1^2) in 1874 William Wallace of Colunihiu, South 
Carolina V 1 il-:(4 

b Eleanor Tolls. ])()i-n in South Carolina in 184(i. 

e Ennua Jane, horn in i'doi-ida in 1848, inai'rifd in ls7i) 
Josei)li Warren Seott Vni-U5 

d Lilv Dell, horn in Florida in 1853, married in 1880 
.lames .r. Crosswell VIII-OB 

Mrs. Crosswell lives in Fayettevillc. North Carolina. 

e John Wallace, born in Florida in 18r)t). marrii'd in 

1879 Josephine Brand of St. Augustine, Florida VIII-97 

f Alexina Evans. l)orn in hdoi'ida in 18.')!). died in l^I'l. 

VII-37 Children of Kiehard P. and lsoi)el M. (Fernande.^.) 
Daniel. \'I-8-a 

a Eichard Bowen, born Xovember 15. 1852. married 
(1) .laniiary 20, 1800. Anna Hardy Bell \'iII-08 

Married (2) June 17, lObi, Mary Jaquelin Smith 
(VII-31-d), daughter of Augustine -1. and HIizaheth 15. 
(^lorgan) Smith, born Februai-y 27. 18(i4. 

See A'lI-Ml-d for personal reeord. 

VII-38 Children of James J. and I'hnilv I. (L 'Fugle) Daniel. 

VI-8-b 

a Susan Fatio, born Mareh 1:5. ISlil, married .May 5. 
1884, Arthur ^Merrill Knigiit. horn Novemi)er l(i, 1850. Sju' 
died April :^0. 1010 ^ V 111-09 

b Cornelia Coodrich. born August 13, 1863, marrieil 
April 10. 1802, llerliert Lamson, born February 20. 1870. 
died Xoveml)er 10. 1894 VIII-100 

c James Jacpielin, born June :'. 1805. died July 2. 1883. 

d Mar.v Fmil.v, born Scptemhci' 4. IStil'. married June 
23. 1003. Mathew llawes Houghton, born July 21. 1800. 
No issue. 

e Evelyn Isobel, born September 20. 1871. 



144 THE, BULL FAMILY 

f Ilenrv Augustine, born November 20, 1874, married 
February 11, 1908, Lovela Mallard, born July 24, 1880. No 
issue. 

g Anna Madeline, born November 18, 1876, married 
June 3, 1902, Franklin Harper Elmore, born April 1, 1869. 
She died May 7, 1909 ____ _ VIII-101 

li Richard Potts, born July 13, 1880, married June 10, 
1911, Mary Goff Palmer, born August 20, 1871 VIII-102 

VII-40 Children of John C. and Sarah C. (Daniel) L'Engle. 

YI-8-d 

a Claudia Cornelia, born May 22, 1865, married Septem- 
ber 25, 1889. Charles Sullivan Adams, born June 20' 1862. 
She died February 10, 1895. No issue. 

b Rosa Madeline, born April 14, 1868, died June 10- 
1901. 

c Edward Jaquelin, born November 2, 1870. 

d John Claudius, born May 9, 1873, died December 25, 
1885. 

e Mary Evelyn, born June 22, 1875. 

YII-41 Children of Bladen and Caroline R. (Nourse) Dulaney. 

Vl-lO-b 

a Caroline Rebecca, born Mav 25, 1845, died October 
18, 1846. 

b Phoebe Pemberton, born February 1, 1850, married 
October. 1883, Thomas John Chew of "Cleveland," Prince 
William County, Virginia. (Second wife.) He was born 
April 18, 1845. She died December 22, 1883. No issue. 

c Rosa Morris Romilly, born May 25, 1852, married May 
17, 1872, Thomas John Chew (first wife) . She died in April 
1879 .-- -- _._.VIII-103 

VII-42 Children of Charles W. and Louisa (Nourse) Forrest. 

VI-lO-c 

a Rebecca Morris, born August 19, 1847, died March, 
1849. 

b Elizabeth, born December 7, 1849, died unmarried 
February 11, 1879. 

c Louisa Rebecca Nourse, born June 9, 1851, married 
October 6, 1897, Colonel John Bratton Erwin of South 
Carolina, born October 12, 1832. She died February 25, 
1916. at A¥ashington, D. C. No issue. 

They lived in Washington, B. C. 

Yn-43 Cldldren of Charles J. and Margaret (Kemble) Nourse. 

VLlO-f 

a Charles Joseph, born May 1, 1854, married April 14, 

1887. Julia Livingston Peabody, daughter of Judge Charles 

and Julia (Livingston) Peabody, born February 4, 1853. 

He died in November, 1907 Vin-104 

They lived in >>'ew York City, where she still resides. 



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VII-44 C'liiMi-i'ii (if ( 'li;irl(',s .1. ;iii(I Aiiiir ( '. i Simpson) Xoili'Sf. 

Vl-lo-f 
n Amic (^onstniicc. boi-ii I )( rciiilin- S. ISSfl. 
I) M;ii\v I*ciiil)iM-|()ii. Ix.iii .Inly iL'. ls:)(». 
(• W.-iltrr i;iii-l(.ii, horn April l!:;. 1S!):{. 
(1 Chai'lotlc St. (Joorgr, l»orn I )(TrMii.<T L'O, ls!»4. 

VIT-4r) (Miildrcn of (Mi;ii-lcs C ;iii(l I'-Ii/.;iI)t'11i ('Xoursc) Simins. 

\'l-lll-i 

a Cliarlcs Noiii'sc. liofii .Ma\' 1. IS.VI:, niarrifil (l) Junt! 

25, 1880, C'atliri'in.' Klla r.unV.u-lis VIII-105 

Married (2) Laura Coylc. No issue. 

b Ri('hai-(1 Douglas, l)()i'ii .Mar.'li 2!i, 1868, inarrir,! I!in2 
Emily Dunlop Vll I-lOG 

Lives in Washington, D. C. 

VII-46 riiildn'u of Samuel M. and :\rarv E. ('Smith) Guest. 

VT-ll-a 

a Sara Eiehmond, l)orn in Mempliis, Tennessee. October 
7, 1866, married November 26, 1890. Charles (I. Hamilton, 
son of eTames T. and Jane Elizabeth Ilamilton, ])orn October 

26, 1857 - VTTI-in7 

Tht'v live at South Hadley, Massachusetts, where he is a farmer. James 
T. Hamilton was from Norwich, Connecticut, and .Jane Elizabeth Hamilton 
was from Ogden, New York. 

YII-17 Children of John B. and Lneetta (Howell) Smith. 

Vll-11-1) 

a Bovd, born ^Nlarcli 23, 1866. married in 1895. Melissa 
Cnllom " VIII-108 

b Sarah Harriet, born at Peoria, Illinois. August 8, 
1868, married June 21, 1894, AVilliain Edward Stone II of 
Peoria, who was son of AVilliam JMlward and (iertrude V. 
(Gerstoff) Stone, and who was born December 80, 1861... \'l 11-109 

They live at 121 Flora Avenue, Peoria, niinois. 

c Archibald Alexander, born at Peoria, Illinois, Novem- 
ber 11, 1870, died at Fresno. California. January 17. 1899. 

d Lewis Howell, born at Peoria. Illinois, November 3, 
1872, married at Georgetown, El Dorado County. Califor- 
nia. April 20. 1899. :\Iaude Evelyn Sliepherd. daughter of 
Benjamin Franklin and Fannie Shepherd, born Februarv 
9, 1873 VIILllO 

He attended high school at Peoria, Illinois; moved to California .Tuly 14, 
1S89; graduated at Stanford University. May !!'.>, ISO.'i, receiving tirst law 
diploma issued there: was city attorney of Fresno. 1S071S!)0 and lOl.'MOlT: 
president of Fresno Cliamber of Commerce, 1004. They are living in Fresno. 

e Elsie Latimer, born August 15, 1878, at Peoria. Illi- 
nois, married ^lay 25, 1915, Jay Allen Fiske of San Fran- 



146 THE BULL FAMILY 

cisco, California, son of John Dewey and Amanda Jean 
(Newman) Fiske from Tarrytown, New York, born Octo- 
ber 27, 1882 - ._..VIII-111 

They live in San Francisco, California, where he is in business. 

f Marion Lucette, born July 3, 1880, died November 
30, 1885. 

She is buried at Peoria, Illinois. 

VII-IS Children of John B. and Isabelle (Fenton) Lathy. 

Vl-12-a 
a Henry Kent, born September 21, 1864, married Achsa 
Maud Barnwell of Fresno, California _ .VIII-112 

He graduated at a business college in St. Louis, Missouri. They live 
near Fresno, California, where he has a large raisin ranch. 

b Sarah Fenton, born December 4, 1867, married De- 
cember 4, 1901, George B. McClelland, from Liberty, Mis- 
souri. 

He graduated at Columbia University, and is Professor of Manual Train- 
ing at Pasadena, California, where they live. No issue. 

c Carl Boyd, born September 10, 1882, married July 20, 
1911. Edna "Worden, daughter of Dr. Frank Worden of Al- 
ton, Illinois -- - - __....VIII-113 

He attended Shurtleff College in Alton, Illinois, Washington University of 
S't. Louis, Missouri, and Michiajan University at Ann Arbor, Michigan. He is 
a civil engineer at Houston, Texas. 

Yn-49 Children of William T. (II) and Boyd. VI-13-f 

a William Thomas III, born May 23, 1885. 

Appointed Midshipman at the U. S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Mary- 
land, in 1904: graduated in 190.8; resigned from the Navy, March 17, 1911, 
and was appointed Second Lieutenant in the U. S'. Coast Artillery, August 12, 
1911; promoted to First Lieutenant in 1915, and to Captain in 1918. 

VII-50 Children of John B. and Helen M. (Thomas) Headley. 

VI-14-a 
a Annie Latona, born September 30, 1858, died January 
3, 1857. 

b William Thomas, born May 29, 1860, married Novem- 
ber 22, 1882, Kate P. Freeze ...._VIII-114 

c John Boyd, born ]May 1, 1864, died December 28, 1866. 
d Helen Thomas, born March 27, 1867, unmarried. 

YII-51 Children of Benjamin F. and Rosina J. (McGoldrick) 
Headley. YI-14-b 

a ]\Iary Elizabeth, born at Morristown, New Jersey, No- 
vember 7, 1859. 

b ]\Iaria Josepha, born in Morristown, New Jersey, Octo- 
ber 31, 1861. 

c Frank IMcGoldriek, born at Newark, New Jersey, 
April 21, 1866, married Leah Miller of Dayton, Ohio. No 
issue. 

d John Boyd, born at Harveyville, Pennsylvania, 
August 5, 1870. 



Till': r.ri.i, I'',\.\iilv 147 

VII-')!* Cliildrcii ol' .Iniiics \'. ;iii(l Ml i/;i lirl h |;. llrjMll.-yi I'.nit- 
l,.y. \'l 1 I '• 

;i ( 'h;ii-li'S llcjidli'V, lioni A|inl II), lS(i|, m.i rrird No- 
VciiilxM- ■_';>, 1S(S7, Siisiiii l']li/,;ilir| li (';ikc, wlio \\;is liorii Sfp 
tcnilici' 10. 1S(i7 \'l I I 11.". 

I) Ucssic Txtyd, boni Au<;iist IR. iSHn. ui;ifficd Octolicr 
28, 1885, Tlii'otlorr Ijw i'arsoiis Multonl, wImi \\;is lioni in 
18(50 \' II I - 1 1 1; 

(' .|(»sr|)li;i lioyd. lioni l''rlirii;i ry Id, 1^71. iii;in-ii'd Xo- 
vcinlxT ;5, 1SI)4, W'illiiiiii Ki'cdcrick Ihdl'oid tindsoii, son of 
Fii'dci'ick llalt'oi'd (.'odsoii (»!' ('lapliain Manor lloiisr. Lon^ 
don, Kn^'laiid, born 1 here Scplcnd)!!- •">, lS(i8 \' II I 117 

III' ciilislcd .■iiicl scrvid lis ii piiviilr .inil r(ii|iiii-:i I in Triir))) H, Isf Cavalry, 
I'niin April IS, IS'.t!, In .lul,\ 17, |s',i|. |lr was ap|)iiiMtc<l First F^iciitenant, 
.'iritU U. S, N'liliiiilcci- Iiil'aiitiy, from Nrassacliusclts, .Inly .1, IStlil. Honorably 
ninstci'cd luit May 2, 11M11, and ii|)l)oint('d First Ijiciitcnant, Kith I'. S. Cavalry, 
from February 11, 1!M)1. I'romotcd (o Captain of (avalry, Mardi 11. Iflll. 
Transferred to the Sth Cavalry, March 1, l!ti:!; a(l,iutant of ref;iiiieMt, Uerem- 
her S, 101."!, Promoted to Ma.jor and to Lieutenant Colonel in the Xalional 
Army, and assigned to duty at Heme, Switzerland, UllS, in intelliirenre work 
relative to pi'isoners. Promoted to Colonel, October '2'.). ^'^^S., 

d Tlelen Louise, boni December 7, 1874, married .May 
19. 1898, Jolni Charles Lewis, who was born November 26. 
1871 \' 1 1 1-118 

He is president of the Ijewis Fuel Company of Baltimore, Maryland, 
where they live. 

VII-53 Children of Charles W. and K'achel (Hatfield) Kiilmle. 

Vl-l()-a 
a INIary Anna, born Xovember 5, 1837, in Last Han- 
over Townshi]), Lebanon County. Pennsylvania, married 
•John Adam Loger, who was liorn June 8. 1833, in Douglass 
Township, Montgomery ('Ount.v. Peiinsyhania. and died at 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. March 28. ]!)():!. Sh,. dird 
August 7, 1!)()4, at l'hiladeli)hia VI 11-119 

Yn-54 (diildreii of Charles and .\niia ^1. (Oltinger) Huston. 

Vl-17-b 

a Mary P^lma, born December 2. 184t), married Lemuel 
Zell Shermer, son of William and Maria Sliermer of Mount 
Airy, Pennsylvania, born December 16, 1845 VIII-120 

b Charles. Ji'.. born Au.unst 3, 1852. died in infancy. 

c Henrietta Ottinger, born October 2, 1855. married 
April 7, 1876. John James Macfarlane, son of David and 
Catherine Macfarlane of Chestnut Hill. IMiiladclpliia, Penn- 
sylvania, born June 5, 1826 Vni-121 

VII-55 Children of Harvey and Soi)liia (Hlliotti Sbaw, Vl-18-a 

a Isabella, born ^lay 31, 1846, unmai-ried. 

b John Elliott, born February 27. 1848. married June 
30, 1880, Clara :\lcCarter, who was l)orn .March 19. 1855. 
He died May 25, 1905 VIII-122 



148 THE BULL FAMILY 

VII-56 Children of Charles J. and Kebecca R. (Thomas) Elliott. 

VI-18-b 

a Charles John, horn June 9, 1854, died unmarried 
May, 1875. 

b Mary Jones, born October 21, 1860. 

YII-o7 Children of James A. and Isabella (Bull) Darling. 

VI-19-a 

a Lewis, born in 1869, married Lillian Shaw. He died 
June 21, 1901 ....- VIII-123 

YII-58 Children of William M. and Ella M. (Shipps) Bull. 

VL19-C 

a Lewis Gronow IV, born October 25, 1884, married 
March 31, 1907, Edna Rebecca Buck, born November 28, ' 
1887, daughter of Charles and Rebecca Buck of Colestown, 
New Jersey VIII-124 

b William Meredith, Jr., born November 26, 1888, mar- 
ried October 6, 1915, Mildred Gladys Whitmore, born Sep- 
tember 21, 1892. 

c Elsie Marie Isabella, born March 19, 1892. married 
October 2, 1912, Clarence Bennett, son of Alphonza and 
]Mary Bennett of Cape J\Iay, New Jersey, born April 4, 

1885. 

VII-59 Children of and Sallie B. (Stephens) Beer- 
bower. VI-20-e 

a Eleanor. 

YII-60 Children of Charles E. and Adams. yi-22-a 

a Donald, died in 1912. 

VII-61 Children of Richard R. and Elizabeth (Newell) McQuis- 
tion. VI-23-a 

a Mary Jane, born December 26, 1848, married Decem- 
ber 26, 1867, John J. B. Fink, who was born August 5, 
1837 VIII-125 

They live in Tulsa, Oklahoma. 

b Albert Barnes, born July 3, 1850, married September 
3, 1876. Fidelia ^Morrison, who was born July 8, 1846, and 
died December 16, 1913 _ __ VIII-126 

c Joseph Lewis, born April 19, 1852, died October 12, 
1855. 

d Susannah Hall, born July 15, 1854, died in infancy. 



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A'lI-li'J CllildlVll <il' l,'irli;ir,| l:. ;ill(| I'l I i /.;i 1 ir t 1 1 i|',;ilT' .\|r(^llis- 

a Laura I'.aiT, iii;i rrird William ll(iir\' W'isr, who ua.s 
boni .\l;i\' ."). IS IT), al Maiislidil, (lliio. No i.ssiii-. 

'I'hiy livi' Ml Oil <'ily, I'cimsy lv,uii;i. lie ciilisli'd Si'iili'inlicr 1, IMIil, sm 
liiivali' ill ( iiinpiiiiy K, .'II-'ikI Kcfiimriil, ((liio N'oluiiti'cr I iifiiiil ry, lii-coriiini; 
( 'oiliDiiil ill ISli:;, S<'r;;ciiMt, .Inly HI, ISI!;',; Scrond Licillcliaiit, ,\|(fil <(, ISCil, 
1111(1 ('iii)liiin, Xovi'iiiliiT IS, LSI'il; liii.illy (lischii rm'd git Liniisvilli', Kent iicky. 
.Inly L'l!, l.sii,", ,ci (11(1 111' will'. Ifis st'i-vicc wiis at MrDdwcll, VirKiiiiii; ( ruMH 
Keys, Vii'«iiii;i. ;iii(l I hi ipcr's Ferry, A'irK'i'iii. wlii'i'c Iw was lakt'ii prisoni-r. 
lie was jiai'dlcd allcr Iwo days and was at I'arolc Caini), ChicaKo, IlliiiolK, 
iiiilil ('X(diaiii;i'(l .laniiai\- 1, I.Sli:!. 'I'lu' rcitiiiiciit was then sent to join (icncral 
(iranl's (■(umnand on llic ,M ississipjii, and was at "N'icksliiir^, Atliintii, r)ii th<! 
•'Miircli to llic .Sea'', and tinally al llic sniTcndcr of (icncral .Irdiiistnnc at 
T\al('ii;li, Xoiili (*,i nilina, in ISI'.". llr was jiriKadc Inspi-ctor on the stalT of 
liriiiiidicr (icncral I'.. 1''. I'olls, liist two months in service. 

1) lOdwiird Everett, lioni ;it (V)iilt(>r, Peniisylv;iiii;i, Sep- 
1eiiil»cr, 1860, married .hiiiiijiry 1.'), 1S84. Ethel \Villiains....\'I I I-Il'7 

e Jxiehard Eobiiisoii, horn ;it Coulter, Penusylvani.i. 
Seiit(Mnl)er 21, 18()."), married Septeml)er 1, 1889. Maud 
I'liillips, who \v;is l)orii ;it iManchoster, England. Miindi 21. 
18()8. daughter of AViiiiiim Perry and 10iiiiii;i Siitlon 
INiillips ' \' 1 1 1-128 



VII-6:5 Children of Joseph L. jiiid AFjiry J. (Hall) ]MeQuis- 
tion. VI-23-1) 

a INIargaret Jane, horn .lulv 22, 1852, marrii'd Walter 

Sergeant ": ' VITr-12!) 

h IMary Ellis, horn August 15, 1854. 

c Sidney Ormshy. horn July 17, 1859. niiirried Oetoher 
28, 1879, Kieluird Hartie, who was born Deeemher 6, 1851). 
and died August 21, 1909 VI 1 1-130 

He was a large paper mamifacturer, a business now carried on by his 
sons. ?Ie is buried at Homewood cemetery, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She 

lives at Tittsliiirsli. 

VII-6-1: Children o£ George \l. Jind VAiza (Forsj^th) Cochran, 

VI-24-;i 

a James Taylor, horn on Steul)envilh' Pike, Alleghany 
County, Pennsylvania, ^rareh 4. 1857. nuirried in Alle- 
ghany, Pennsylvania, August 17, 1882. Xaney Jane Porter, 
who was horn at Beaver, Pennsylvania, Oetoher 28. 1852..VIII-131 

b INIargaret Jane, l)orn in Sharpshurg, Pennsylv;iiii;i, 
October 21, 1859, died unmarried in .\llegli;in\- County. 
Pennsylvania, November 21, 191(i. 

pjuricd in Uniondale cemetery, Pittsburjjli. Pennsylvania. 

c Elizabeth Eobinson. l)orn in Pittsburgh, Pennsyl- 
vania, June 21. 18()2, 

d George IIam])ton. l)oni in AMeghany. April 12. 1S))7. 
died there November 4, 1872. 

P.uried in Uniondale cemetery, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 



150 THE BULL FAMILY 

YII-65 Children of AA^illiam and Mary A. (Cochran) Johnson. 

VI-24-b 

a Susan Arabel. 

b Thomas Cochran. 

c John. 

d Mand Cramer. 

e William. 

f Bertha, married AYitzall. 

VII-66 Children of James and Margaret (McCully) Cochran. 

VI-24-e 

a Floretta Elizabeth, born February 22, 1868, married 

July 9, 1889, James H. Gestler, who was born September 

1, i860 ...._... - - - _.__.VIII-132 

b Clara Jane, born March 31, 1870, unmarried, 
c Elma Arabell. born October 27, 1874, died May 16, 
1875. 

d Harry Milton, born November 10, 1877, unmarried. 

A^II-67 Children of James S. and Nancy G. (Gilleand) Craw- 
ford. Aa-25-a 
a Harry Gilleand, born March 14, 1868, married Feb- 
ruary 18, 1897, Addie Scott.. VIII-133 

b Lydia Elizabeth, born December 4, 1869. 
c John, born May 15, 1872, died July 2, 1872. 
d James Graham, born January 12, 1884. 

VII-68 Children of Richard E. and Sarah J. (Ashcraft) Mech- 
ling. VI-26-a 

a Ormsby Wallace, born September 29, 1864, mar^ 
ried VIII-134 

b Christian D., born January 13, 1867, died October 23. 
1897 VIII-135 

c Amanda Minerva, born July 11, 1872, died May 18. 
1911, married Crook...... VIII-136 

d John Henry, born May 20. 1877. married VIII-137 

e Emma Janetta, married Howard Irwin of Clearfield, 
Pennsyvania VIII-138 

f Iva Arnold, born February 7, 1881. 

g Annie Laura, born February 19, 1884. 

YTT-69 Children of Benjamin F. and Louisa (Hersh) Mechling. 

VI-26-d 
a Isabella Alartha, l)orn January 16, 1868, married 
April 1, 1896, Charles Ilindman. No issue. 

b ]\Iary Alice, born March 10, 1870, died February 8, 
1873. 

c Anna Florence, born April 28, 1872, married July 24, 
1889, George S. Bagett, died March 10, 1905 ...'....VIIL139 



Til 10 liii.i, i'wiii.v ir,i 

(I I'linilx' l>(iliri-ts. horn .\l;i\ II. 1.S7I. iii;i rrifd .M;iy ]s. 
18!)S, Willi.iiii r. L.iliiiicr " X'lIIUO 

f -lohii ( 'li I'ist i;i II. Iiofii -liiiir !2'^. iSIT'i. iii;i frin | .\iiii;i 
] li'iisliT. .\() issue. 

r ll;ir\('y .l.-iroh. Iioni .\(i\riiil)i r .">, ISTS, iiwin-ird .Xpril 
7. liKi:!. AhiKi (iciT.-ird '. \' I I I 111 

^ 1 it'll ininiii liiilici't. lioni .I;iiiii;if\' 21. ISSl. (linl .\I;ifr|i 
18, ISSl.' 

h 'rii()iii;is 1,1'slic. li(ini I )('ci'iiil)iT •".!. iss:;. niiirricil l)i'- 

(••■IIiImt I'l. ]!)(•:!. Siirll;i .\l;iru';Hvl Slr;iii] \' I I I ] [-J. 

i liiii'll;! -l.-iiir. iHini \\;\y '21. Is'^ti, ni.-irrii'd M;iri-li "J'^. 
IIKMI, .l.-inics L. Dcnlc.w Shr di.'d OdolxT iT). I'Jlti \'1II-U:{ 

j Williniii llriiry 1 l;i rrisdii, liorii .\ii'_;iis1 4, 1888, mai"- 
rit'd .l;iiiii;iry L'D. liidS. (icrtrudr .M iiivhl;iiid VI 11-144 

k (iracc l^li./a. born .hil\' '2. ISIM). niaiTii'd Octol)!')- ]2. 
1!)11. Harry Euiivuc Hall, hoi'ii Ortohci- :](), 1888 \'lll-14r) 

1 Wallace Fiuinklin. born -janiiai-v 8, 1803. 

VIT-70 Children of Joseph and Ann E. (^Feehlino-) Kkis. VT-2fi-e 

a iMiiina -lane, l)orn -liiiic 17, 18.18. iiian-ic(l I ).'rciiibiT 
6, 1877. Eli (ii])son Vlll-U(i 

h James Bhd-cely. 

e Kiehard ^leehliiig', born Aut;iLsl 2o, lSi)2, married 
August 20, 1891, Anna :\[. Fowler.. VI 1 1- 147 

d Annie Elizabeth, born October 28, 1865, married No- 
vember 11. 1014, Adam ^liningcM". No issue. 

e Susan I., born September 27, 18G7, married (ieorge 
W. Gibson VI 1 1-148 

f John Alexander. 

g Sidney Ellis, born January (I. 1871, married Novem- 
ber 27, 180i2. J. C. Fowlei- ' VIil-140 

h Charles Franklin. 

i Georg-e Thomas. 

.i Joseph Levi. 

k Lewis Lemon. 

1 Samuel ^Martin. 

VII-71 Cliildren of P. Graham and Sidney J. ('^leddinu-'* ^lartin. 

VL2(i-t' 

a Lewis Louden, died .Mav 23, 1011, at Younestown. 
Oliio. 

1) ^Morah Ellis, 1)orn Febi'uaiy 27, 18(id. at liiitlrr, Penn- 
sylvania, married September 23, 1883. Sanuud Erwin Ryan, 
since deceased. Xo issue. 

He was on the st;iae. Slie is authnvess of many popular novels. '"In 
Love's Domain". ■•Told in the Hills*'. •'For the Soul of Rafael". •'The 
House of Dawn", and many others. She lives in Xew York (Mty and Fayette, 
Pennsylvania. 



152 THE BULL FAMILY 

VII-72 Children of Henry G. and Maria (Moody) Mechling. 

VI-26-h 

Said to have three children. No record ohtained. 

TII-73 Children of Lewis K. and 'Mary (Cricks) Mechling. 

VI-26-i 

Said to have seven cliildren. Xo record obtained. 

VII-74 Children of Ormsbv G. and Annetta (Staley) ]\Iechling. 

VI-26-1 

a Vallie E.. born February 14, 1897. 
b Porter, born April 3, 1899. 

YII-75 Children of William W. and Mary (Winner) Mechling. 

VI-26-m 

a Oliver Ormsby, born April 18, 1877, married August 
14, 1907, Ella May Eankin, daughter of Joseph Huston 
and Anna (Conaway) Eankin of ]\Iillsboro and Frederick- 
toTTn, Pennsylvania, born July 7, 1878. No issue. 

He is a machinist. He "was Sergeant of Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, 
mustered in at Mt. Gretna, Pennsylvania, May 12, 1898, and mustered out, 
February 28, 1899, at S'ummerville, South Carolina. 

b Bessie Pearl, born October 27, 1878. married June 12, 
1907, Dr. Thomas George Greig, son of Walter and Mar- 
garet Greig, who were from Scotland; born March 14, 
1882  .__._ VIII-150 

He graduated at Pennsvlvania State Normal School in 1897 with degree 
of B. E. 

c John Walter, born January 3, 1881, died July 17, 
1887. 

d Thomas Blair, born November 15, 1885, died Decem- 
ber 18, 1903. 

e Wallace Frankling, born November 29, 1893, died 
October 16, 1918, at Fort Leavenworth. Kansas. 

He graduated in the Agricultural Department of the Pennsylvania State ' 

College in 1917. He enlisted in the Training Detachment at Pittsburgh, 
Pennsylvania, .July 1, 1918; was transferred to Spring Garden Institute, 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and later was sent to the 6lh Training Battalion, 

Signal Corps, U. S. Army, at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. He was promoted to 

Corporal. Died at Fort Leavenworth, October 16, 1918. 

VII-76 Children of Richard G. and Jeannette (Eveleth) Robin- 
son. ' YI-27-a 

a ]\Iary Jeannette, born in San Francisco, California, 
June 21, 1869. died there June 25, 1869. 

Buried at Woodlawn cemetery, San Francisco, California. 

h Grace Agnes, born June 20, 1870, at San Francisco, 
California. 

She lives with her parents in San Francisco, California. 

c Richard Gregory, Jr., "born June 30. 1872, at San 
Francisco, California, married November 24, 1904. Lou 



'I'lIK 111 1,1, I'WIILV 1.-3 

.M;mI(I ( 'rdrki'l I , (|;i iil;IiI cr i>\' ( rior'jr .\\ci-y ;iiii| -losii- M;iii(| 
(Mills) ('rockcit I'loni Xoi'l lipoi-l . Ahiiiir. Imrii ( )ct()l)iT "_'0, 
ISST). No issue. 

lie is II ni.irlric ciiKi Mi'iT, .-iiul liny live .il Scaltli', \V;isliiiii;|r>n. 

(I Siirjili I*]li/,;ilirtli. Iioiii .\|)iil 21. 1S74. ;if S;iii l'"i;ui- 
cisco, ( ';ili lOnii;!. iii;ii')'ir(| April 111, l!Hii', .|()sc|»li (lr((ri_f(. 
Co.x. son ol' ( icoi'uc ;iii(l l"'rc(|crii'k;i ('ox. troiii l']ii'jl;iii'l :iiii| 
CJci'inaiiy, hoi'ii .MniTli (i, iSiiT. NO issinv 

'riicy live in ( );il<l,'i ml, ( '.i 11 rnriii;i. 

e l<'r;iiik .los('|ili, horn -iunr II, l^^l, ;it S;in h'r;i iirisco, 
('iilil'onii;i. died niniiiirricd p'ciiriniry L'T. l!il [. 

VII-77 ('hildrcii of ( ii-cti-ory Iv ;ind .M;ir,u;ii-c1 .\. IliiM'kli'y) 
lu)l»inson. \'I-LI7-I> 

;i LcKoy, l.oi-n M;iy 1!). 188."). died April -J.l^ 1888. 

VII-78 Cliildrcn oi' SidncN' OniisliN' ;ind .M;ii-v (Dalcv) Kohinsnn. 

Vl-L'7-d 

a Sidiu'V ()rnisl)y. 

VIT-7n (Miildr.Mi of Jolin S. and Nancy (O'J^.ricn) Ridianls. 

A^I-28-b 

a Annclta 0'J>i'ien, born .Januai-y (i, 1841, died Decem- 
ber 6, 1845. 

b 1. Jcsepli Edmund, born ]\Iay 25. 1843. died Septem- 
ber 24, 1843. 

2. Nancy Valeria, born May 25, 1843, died October 9, 
1843. 

VII-80 Children of John S. and -Julia V. N. (Williams) Rich- 
ards. VI-28-b 

a Ann Elizabeth, born -lanuary 8, 18()0, married No- 
vember 29, 1881. John W. Tavlor, who was born Februarv 
17, 1842 '. VIII-151 

b John Howard, born Jannarv 3, 1861, died Jnlv 18, 
1861. 

c AVarren TVoodward. born April 3. 1862. man-ied 
Ang'ust 16, 1903, Fannie (Benson) Kops, chiuiiliter of .James 
and Caroline (Lyon) Benson, l)orn in New York City. No 
issne. 

d Bentley Smith, born Mny 2, 1865. died Auo-nst 4. 1870. 

e John Smitli, liorn October 16. 1869, married Februarv 
17, 1891, Anna Zook YIII-152 

Tlu'V live ill New York City. 

VII-81 Children of Thomas S. and Louisa IE. (Sheafe) Richards. 

VL2S-e 
a INIarv Tlaven. born .\pril 4. 1849. married June 3(\ 
1873, Alfred Wilson Lawton VlII-153 

They live nt H;ickensack, Xew .Jersey. 



154 THE BULL FAMILY 

b A¥illiam Miller, born June 3, 1851, married December 
20, 1880, Julia Florence Ryon. No issue. 

They live at Leadville, Colorado. 

c Anne Hunter,' born July 18, 1853, died unmarried 
August 28, 1885. 

d Charles Slieafe, born November 5, 1854, married July 
6, 1887, Jessie M. Pierce. He died March 2, 1904. No issue. 

e Thomas Howell, born July 4, 1856, married (1) Octo- 
ber 26. 1878, Sallie Jameson Boclley._.___ VIII-154 

Married (2) June 4, 1901, Amy Turtlee Westerfelt VIII-155 

They live at Hackensack, New Jersey. 

f Elizabeth Smith, born February 3, 1859, married 
January 17, 1884, Henry M. Hook .__....VIII-156 

Editor of paper for Immigration, and capitalist, Bureau of South and 
Southwest. They live at Hackensack, Iv'ew Jersey. 

g Margaretta Sheafe, born August 7, 1862, died Sep- 
tember 29, 1866. 

VII-82 Children of James A. and Margaret E. (Wright) Rich- 
ards. VI-28-g 
a Louden Wright, born January 26, 1856, unmarried. 

Lives at Hathaway Place, Lebanon, Pennsylvania. 

b Bentley Smith, born November 3, 1857, died March 
15, 1858. 

c Emily Smith, born April 29, 1862, unmarried. 

She lives at Lebanon, Pennsylvania. 

d Margaret Wright, born July 5, 1871, unmarried. 

She lives at Lebanon, Pennsylvania. 

VII-83. Children of Joseph O'B. and Isadore (Reese) Richards. 

VI-28-h 

a William Pollock, born September 12, 1869, married 
 June 9, 1897, Elizabeth F. Lammeroux. He died in 1913. 

b Emily Smith, born September 14, 1871, died in in- 
fancy. 

c Anna May, born May 24, 1873, married February 27, 
1894, Horace ECill Coleman. No issue. 

They live at S't. Louis, Missouri. 

VII-84 Children of Horace and Anna I\I. (Nichols) Smith. 

VI-29-b 

a Frank H., born December 6, 1847. 

Both of his parents died before he was five years old, and he was taken 
in fharse by his uncles. Disappeared in 1858 and never heard from. 

VII-85 Children of Vincent H. and Mary C. (Smith) Smith. 

YI-29-C 

a Annetta Old, born September 1, 1852, died May 4, 
1861. 



Till'; lill.L I'AMILV 155 

1) Aiiiir l,iiiiis;i. lidi'ii .\imiis1 :{, IS.")!, di'il .hminiry ]'■',, 
IS'u. 

(• Miwy Cjillicriiic. born l''cl»ni;irv Ll 1 . ls.')(i. 

Slir livTs .'il rliil:i(li'l|ilii:i. I'l'iirisy 1\ iiiii.i. 

A'll-S() ( 'hil(li-cii (if 'riioiiiiis S. ;iii<l .\l;ir\- II. iKIicciii; l>c().sc|-. 

V[-:}0-l) 

;i ( 'h;ifli'.s Ali'lviiiLihl , liofii in li'r.-n 1 i iii;'. 1 'i-iilisyl \;i iii;i, 
Au,l;iis1 4, 1S:11I, inniTird ( 1 i Sc|)|ciiiiiri- 1 1, 1 S(i(i, ( Jcor^'ijin;! 
Close Sinilli. honi April -Jd, isli'. died Mjirdi I. 1S7S X'!!!-!.')? 

.M.-il'ricd (1^) .liiiH' LIT, ISSS. .Iuli;i lldi'ii lu-pplicl', 
(lauglilcr of (!('or<i't' St'hastinn Ii('|)|>licr of I'liiladclpliia, 
Ponnsylx aiiia. liorii Noxcinlici' L'S. 1S47. Ilr dicil l-'rli- 
ruary" l^o. 1S9G VII 1-158 

Tlicy lived in New York City. ITo was appoiiitod f'adot at thp U. S. 
Military Ac-adcmy, West Point, July 1. IS.'iT, and <;raduati'd .hily 1, l.S»;i ; wa.s 
appointed Seeond Lieutenant of the Second I'nited .States DraKoons; served 
in the Army of the Potomac, and was taken prisoner at Trebilyan Station, 
Virginia, June, ISM. lie was exchanged. January IS, 1S(!5, and was made 
Provost Marshal of the Army of the Slicna ndciiili. Resigned October 19, 18(!5, 
having then the rank of Colonel. 

h (Mii'istoplier, born September 9, 1840. mai-ried Jan- 
uary 12. 1878, Bella L. Bowman. Tie died Deeemhei- 0. ISOl. 

Thoy lived in Reading, Pennsylvania. 

c Sidney Harvey, born ]May 1, 1842, married .laiiuary 
12, 1865, :\rorton C. Mcllvaine VIII-159 

He was in the iron business, and they lived in Reading, Pennsylvania. 

d Thomas Smith, born October 22, 1843. died February 

15, 1840. 

VII-87 riiildr.m of Samuel and :\Iarv S. rDarlino;^ AVilcox. 

VT-31-a 

a William Darliiio-, liorii October 7. 1847. married Anna 
Ilolling'sworth Fairhnnli. horn Auuiist ">i>. 1S4."). ijied .laiiu- 
ary 12. 1889. 

b Maro'aretta Vauglian. born Jnne 3, 1849. 

c llenrv Darlinu'. born April 2t). 1851, died February 

16, 1859. 

d Samuel, born January 16. 1S54, died May 16. 1864. 

VII-88 Children of llenrv and Oi-lielia O. ( Wells) Darliim'. 

Vl-31-b 

a William. 1)orii Mnn-h 15, 1854. died .May ;». 1S54. 

b Richard Wells, born March 23. 1855. unmarried. 

He is a graduate of Amherst. ISTC), and of tile l>aw School. Albany, New 
York. Practices law and lives in Hrooklyn, New York. 

c Jennie. l)orn .lanuary li. 1S57. married December 30. 
1884, Frederic A. S|)ickerman. 
d ]\rary. born June 22. 1858. 
e Margaretta Vatmhan. horn Fehi-nary 1. 1860. 



156 THE BULL FAMILY 

f Heury, Ji"-, ^orn March 21, 1862, married Alice 
]\Iooiiey, daughter of Thomas N. Mooney of Chicago, Illi- 
nois, horn ill 1871. He died April 27, 1893. No issue. 

He ^vas a graduate of Amherst, 1885, and practiced law at Utica, New- 
York. 

g Anna Monell, born June 17, 1863. 

h Elizabeth Fobes, born January 20, 1865. 

i Howard, born December 26, 1866, died January 3, 
1867. 

j Fannie Collier, born November 7, 1868, married Sep- 
tember 27, 1900. Rev. Edward Niles, son of Rev. Henry E. 
Niles, D. D., of York, Pennsylvania — ...VIII-160 

He is a clergyman of the Presbyterian church, and is pastor of South 
Bushwick Reformed Church. They live in Brooklyn, New York. 

k Florence, born December 24, 1869. 

YII-89 Children of Thomas S. and S. Augusta (Taylor) Darling. 

VI-31-C 

a Fannie, born February 6, 1855, married September 6, 

1877, George W. Filbert - VIII-161 

b Julia, born July 31, 1856. 

c William, born October 24, 1860. 

All live at Reading, Pennsylvania. 

VII-90 Children of Edward P. and Emily H. (Rutter) Darling. 

VI-31-f 

a Mary Rutter, born December 2, 1860, married Novem- 
ber 28, 1892, William Thomas Smedley, son of Peter and 
Amy Smedley of Chester County, Pennsylvania VIII-162 

They live at Lawrence Park, Bronxville, New York. He studied art in 
Paris and is a portrait painter. He was for years well known in the illustra- 
tions for Harper's periodicals, and other puhlications. 

b Thomas, born May 29, 1863, married June 3, 1902, 
Emma Childs McClintock VIII-163 

They live in Wilkesbarre, Pennsylvania, where he is a lawyer of the firm 
of Woodward, Darling and W" Iward. 

c Emily Cist, born February 23, 1868, married April 25, 
1900, Arthur Hillman VIII-164 

They live at Wilkesbarre, Pennsylvania, where he practices law. 

d Infant, unnamed, born and died July 14, 1871. 

VII-01 Chiklren of AA^illiam A. and Elizabeth S. (Darling) 
Drown, Jr. VI-31-h 

a :\Iary Darling, born July 21, 1859, died May 22, 1862. 

b Edward Darling, born October 1, 1861, unmarried. 

Graduated at the University of Pennsylvania. Was engaged in business 
with his father, and later took up that of horticulture. Lives at Weldon, 
Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. 

c William Messenger, born November 22, 1863, died 
August 9, 1864. 



'niM I ; I 1,1, I'A \i 1 1,^ 157 

(I Tlidinas I );i rliii'j'. Ikh'ii •Iiiim' 'J ! , Isil."). dii-d .Inly 1:;, 
]S!)0. 

Ill' ui;i(lu;i I I'll willi ilrfifi'i' (if li. S. ^1 1 llic I'niviTsil y of f 'I'riiiNylviiliiii 
ill |SS7. .'iiiil Willi Iv M . ill I SSS. Ill' UMs ,1 rlll'lllisi ill till' l''.lli;ill' 'rllnlllNiill 
linn ( 'oiiiii.i ii,\ , ,'il I '.r.iililnik, rniiis^ Iv.i hill . 

(' .M;ir,u;ircl I ;i I ),i I'liiii;'. Imimi ()cl()lii'r 17. isiii;. nuiiiiiil 
October 'M. ISS!), l-^'.-iiicis .\ lc\;iiii I.t I'li.'Ips. Ii(.ni .M;i\- I. 

isri'!) ...Niiin,:^ 

'riicy livii 111 AVilkcsliiiiTc, I'l'iinsylviiiiiii. Wo is in \h<' hnrilwnre huMineitg 
in Zili.i r.c'niii'll iV Compiiiiy, now I'lnlps, Siriiw \- ( 'oiMp.i n>-. IIi' tri'mlinitifd 

nl W'l'sli'v.-i n I ' nivcrsity, M iilillclou n, ( 'iiiuhm-I iciil . 

t" V;niL;li;iii I );irliiiu', liorii April 111, ISIiS. dinl .M;iri-li 
25, 1S71. 

llr u;is n niriiilHT of llii' rhi^s of 1 SSS ;i t llii' I'ni \ iTsit >' of I'l'iHisylvaniii. 

li' I*!;ii/.;il)i'l li I );irliii'_;-, lioni .l;i iim;i r\' 111, l.sTl. iii.-irricd 
A|)ril 8, 18I)(), Zil);i lictiiii'tl IMidjis. luini 1 )cci'iiil>ri' 7. 
1870 VlIMfili 

Ho sriidiiatcd ;it Yulo with (Icrvpo of A. 15. in 1S0.5. Thoy live at 

P.iiiu'lKiniton, Now York, wlicro lir is coiil roller of the Socni'ity Miitiiiil Lifo 
Insuranco Company. 

li Emily J);irliiiii', l)oi'ii October 4, 1874, iiiiiii;iiTi(Ml. 

¥11-92 Child ivii of (Jooi-ov F. nnd Annotta S. (O'Bi-icin Dnn- 
iiiiiiz' Vl-:;2-l) 

a .Mary Klizabetli, born February 7, 1842, married -Jcjlui 
E. Dow, who was born August 6, 1842, died .May 25, 1898..VIII-1G7 

Slie lives at Briar Crook Manor, New York, where she has a school for 
young ladie.s, having formerly been with Miss Porter at Farmington, Con- 
necticut. 

b Annetta O'Brien, born May 18, 1844. 

Lived at New Canaan, Connecticut. 

c Frances Valeria, born June 10, 1847. 

Lived at Farmington, Connecticut. 

VII-93 Cbildren of William 11. ami Valeria (Smith) Clvmei-. 

vi-83-a 

a Emily Smith, born July 16, 1856, died September 18, 
1904, unmarried. 

Lived at Heading, Pennsylvania. 

b Edward Tilghman, born August 8, 1857. married 
August 5, 1896, Ada Burno. She died -June 15, 1907 VlIl-lOS 

They lived at Overbrook, Pennsylvania. Ho was an iron master. Had 
charge of blast furnaces at Allentown, and of the Hethlehem Iron Company at 
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. 

c AVilliam lliester, born .March 28, 1860. died unmar- 
ried, June 5, 1914. 

He lived at Heading, Pennsylvania. Was an iron master and was manager 
of Empire Steel Company at Tipton, Pennsylvania, and of Henry Clay Furnace 
at Reading, Pennsylvania. 

d Levi Smith, born April 2, 1863, married June 1 1 , 1891. 
Clara :\Iatilda IJiegel VIII-169 

Thoy live at Riegolsvillo, whore ho has a knitting mill and stock farm. 
He was an iron master. 



158 THE BULL FAMILY 

e Valeria Elizabeth, born April 29, 1865, married June 
21. 1899. Dr. Samuel Smith Hill _ VIII-170 

They live at Wernersville, Pennsylvania, where he is superintendent of 
the Pennsylvania S'tate Insane Asylum. 

f Frederick Hiester, born May 2, 1869, married October 
27. 1910, Elsie Ellsworth Bachman, who was born March 
7, 1882 _..._._ - VIII-171 

He graduated with degree of M. E. at Lafayette College, and has been 
chemist at iron works in Pennsylvania and Tennessee. 

YII-91 Children of Ellis J. and Elizabeth F. (Smith) Richards. 

VI-33-b 

a Jane Ellis, born April 8, 1870, died May 28, 1899, 
unmarried. 

VII-95 Children of Levi H. and E. Jennie (Grubb) Smith. 

VI-33-e 

a Clement Grubb, born March 10, 1870, married June 
5, 1906, Edith "Watts Comstock. He died March 11, 1910..VIII-172 

He graduated at Yale and was a specialist in examination of iron ore. 
They lived at Mount Hope and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

b Heber Levi, born July 10, 1873, married June 6, 
1903, Nelly Oliver Baer, daughter of George Baer, president 
of the Reading Company. 

They live at Reading, Pennsylvania. 

c Mary Grubb, born July 15, 1875, unmarried. 

She lives at home in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

d Daisy Emily, born August 19, 1878, married April 19, 
1902, William Stuart Morris, son of Dr. Cheston Morris....VIII-173 

They live in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

e Stanley McDonald, born August 31, 1883, married No- 
vember 12, 1914, Caroline Franklin. 

He graduated at Yale University _ in 190-5. They live in Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvania. 

f W^illiam Howard, born July 12, 1886. 

YII-96 Children of John Howard and Caroline S. (Jacobs) Bow- 
man. YI-36-C 

a Jane Vaughan, born September 12, 1873, married 
October 18, 1910, William Frederick AVise, son of Joseph 
and Sarah (Stockdale) Wise of Washington County, Penn- 
sylvania, born November 3, 1859 ..._ _ VIII-174 

They lived in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 

b Goodloe Harper, born January 7, 1875, died January 
25, 1894. 

c Ann Jacobs, born September 13, 1876, married No- 
vember 23, 1905, Robert Tindle jNIcElroy, son of Edward 
Francis and Katherine Elvira McElroy of Pittsburgh, 
Pennsylvania, born May 7, 1871, and died May 20, 1912. 

They lived in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 



'I'lll'] IMI.l, I'A.MILV ]',[> 

(I .M;ii'i;;in'l I ;! \';i ul;Ii;i n. Imni MjiitIi (I. ]s^l), in;i ri-in] 
June 1!*, 1!)()l!, L'irhind Ned Voiiiit;- of .\l iiiiii;i|)((lis, Miiiiic- 
sntn, son of llciiiy Ahisoii ;iii(l l>(isr N'onii'.;- of St. ( 'luifli's. 
Illinois. 

Tliry li\i' ;il L'HIT Isiihtmiii ,\vriiui', .M i n nc,-i |iolis, .M i iiiif.s(»tll. 

(■ ls;il>cll;i L()\\r\', horn -lunc JS, 1S,S2. 

\'ll-!)7 ( 'hil(li-cn ol' \\'illi;ini l>.;in(l l''iiini;i .M . 'Winnri I'lowinjin. 

\'\-M;-r 

;i -hinc ('oiTcN'. Iiofn Sc|ilcnil)iT "_!."). issn, nuirriiM | .M;iy 
'JO, 1!)():). Il;in»l<l N'crnct llnlc dI' .Mjison ('ity. Inwji, son of 
fJaiucs and .lanr Iv ulc. 

Tllcy live at Mason Cil.N', lown. 

b (;ra<'(' Winnc, hoi-ii FcbiMiafv 20. 1885. 

(• Annie llafpcr. Iiofn .laniiary ll', ISSD. died March 
<J, lS8iJ. 

VII-98 Children of Dr. John A. and :\rartha (Clingan) :yrorrison. 

V-37-a 

a AYilliam Clinj^'an, l)oi-n July 2, 1840, married (1) Xo- 
Yenihei- 15, 18()(), Cordelia Walker, dau^'hter of Ijewis and 
Elizabeth (Woodruff) Walker of Coehranville, Chester 
County, Pennsylvania. She died December 1:5, 1877 VI11-1(5 

Married (2) i\Iay 17, 1882. Sara Johnson, dau<>'liter of 
Jesse and Marp-aret- (Snead) Johnson of Coehranville, born 
]\Iareli 15, 1854. lie died February 18, 1884. Xo issue. 

They lived at Coehranville, Chester County, Pennsylvania. He is burii'd 
at FiiRss Minor cemetery. He grafUinted at the Medical .School of the Penn- 
sylvania University. He vi^as commissioned Assistant Surgeon, U. S. Army, 
August 1st, lS{iL>, from Cliester (^ounty, Pennsylvania, and served in the Civil 
War with the !)Tth Kegiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers. Resigned and honor- 
ably discharged from the service of the United States, .January 1, lSi;.">, by 
S. O. '-'tS') of l)ei)t. of Virginia and North Carolina, Army of the .lames, dated 
Decenib(>r .'!, Is(i4. 

1) Thomas Alexander, born June 12, 1843, dietl Sei»teiu- 
ber 20. 1862. 

He enlisted as a juivate .Vugust 21. 1SC.2, in Company C, llSth Pennsyl- 
vania Volunteer Infantry, "Corn K.\change Regiirent", under Colonel Prevost. 
He was killed at the Itattle of Shepardstown. Virginia, September 21), lSli2. 

VII-99 Children of Dr. Charles M. and .Maria T. (Brooke) Clin- 
gan. VI-37J) 

a Clement Brooke, l)orn in 1 )eceiiil)fr, 184'>, married 
Anne Thomas. He died in 1874. No issue. 

They lived in Philadelphia. 

b Charles Brooke, born Au^'ust 17. 1851. married Jan- 
uarv 13, 1875, Kosalind Wood (Vll-110-a). lie died Oeto- 
ber 4, 1903 VI 1 1-1 7(^ 

Thev lived at Birdslioro, Pennsylvania. 



160 THE BULL FAMILY 

c Alan Hunter, born March 5, 1857, died unmarried 
March 18, 1905, at Birdsboro, Pennsylvania. 

d Anne Louise, born March 12, 1864, married October 
12, 1887, Edward Brooke, son of George and Mary Baldwin 
(Irwin) Brooke, born June 4, 1863, at Birdsboro, Pennsyl- 
vania ...- - VIII-177 

VII-100 Children of William and Anne J. (Clingan) Wood. 

VI-37-d 
a Sarah Ann, born September 11, 1846, in Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvania, unmarried. 

Lives in Pliiladelpliia. 

b Charles Miller, born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 
February 2, 1854, unmarried. 

Lives in Philadelphia. 

YII-101 Children of George C. and Rebecca (Zook) Ferree. 

VI-38-b 
a Alan AVood, born in 1855. 

VII-102 Children of D. Dewees and Mary R. (Hutchinson) Fer- 
ree. VI-38-C 
a William Dewees, born June 13, 1863, married Septem- 
ber 6, 1889, Margaret Halpin, daughter of Thomas and 
Mary Halpin, born May 5, 1871 VIII-178 

They live on the Hutchinson Farms, Cayuga, K'ew York. 

b Eugene Hutchinson, born March 17, 1866, married 
May 6, 1890, Marian E. Coapman, daughter of Daniel and 
Elsie Coapman, born March 17, 1867. She died December 
23, 1895 -- - -. -- VIII-179 

He lives at Lockfort, New York, where he is president of a manufactory 
of leather and metal specialties. He graduated at Cornell University in 1891. 

VII-103 Children of Thomas W. and Emily C. (Bartholomew) 
Ferree. VI-38-e 
a Edward Bartholomew, born October 23, 1866, married 
at Wilmington, Delaware, December 15, 1890, Anna Jen- 
ness, daughter of Hiram David and Sarah Rebecca Jenness 
of AVoodlawn, Cecil County, Maryland, born in 1861 .VIII-180 

They live at Cedars, Delaware. 

b Emily Cleaver, born January 18, 1868. 

Lives at home, Wilmington, Delaware. 

c Howard Garrett, born May 26, 1873, married Decem- 
ber 19, 1902, Rachel Jane Mackey, daughter of Robert and 
Sarah Alackey of Fair Hill, Cecil County, Maryland, born 
July 24, 1876 ' ...VIII-181 

d Adda Mabel, born July 8, 1877, married October 3, 
1900, Harry Gibson Fisher, at Hockessin, Delaware, by 
Rev. John D. Blake. No issue. She died June 21, 1906. 

e Diller Dewees, born January 18, 1885, died unmarried 
September 14, 1913. 



Till': IMIJ, h'.\.\lll,V 161 

VII-KM ( 'hiMl-i'li of Tll()lii;is S. .-iimI \iiii;i.|. ' M r | ,, -i n . SI cWji f| . 

11 'riioitijis Sclliy, horn in IS.').'*. 

I.i\rs in 1 'liilailrlpli in, Ten lis v Iv.'i ii in . 

^'Il-1<'"> ( 'liililirii (if (I'cdi-H'c 1<\ .-ind .\nn;i 'Ilrcons) M''I,r;in. 
;i Alici;i l^\, \h)v\] in IS.")?, ni;ii'i-ir(| .|. Str\\;irt llruwn. 

Tlii'V li\C(l ill .\llri;li,-i ny, I 'cniisy I Vii ni.-i . 

Vll-KHi C'liililrcn of -lohn .-ind Il.-irrict C ( ( 'iiivcrl j .\li-Lc;in. 
;i \Villi;ini 1 1., Iioni in IS,")!!. 

VlI-lOT Cliildivn ol' Waters D. mid L. T>(»s;dind II. (iilpinj 
Wood. \'I-4i)-a 

;i Jiiciiard liil[)in, l)orii in 1840, marrird .Mollic Mrl'luT- 
son VIII-182 

They lived iit rittsljiirsli, Pi'iuisylvMiiin. 

b Alan, horn in IcSaO. married (1) Annie Knox VIH-ISS 

:^^arriod (2) Frances A. Carrier \MII-184 

e Lanra (lil]>in. liorn in IS'V^. married Deeemher o. 187;!, 
Persifor Frazer Sinitli. born April 1, 184U, at West Cliester. 
Pennsylvania. Both died in 1918 VIII-186 

They lived at Alleghany, Pennsylvania. He was in the service of the 
Pennsylvania Railroad until 1SS0, when he was superintendent of the Bedford 
division. From ISSO to inon he was president of the Wellsville Steel and 
PlateC'onipany, of Wellsville, Ohio, and since lOttO has been manager of the 
American Sheet Steel and Tin Plate Company. 

d Thomas Dewees, born at ^NleKeesport, PcMinsylvania. 
in 1857. married (1) Oilberta Kline \'lll-18ti 

^larried (2) April 27. 188(i. ^Fary ^Moorliead Craige. 
danghter of John Lindsay and Elizabeth (Heberton) 
Craige, born September 18, 1865 V 111-187 

They have lived at Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: Santa Barbara, California, 
where he was Mayor of the city, and at Bryn Mawv, Pennsylvania. He is a 
member of the firm of Alan Wood Iron and Steel Company, of Conshohockon, 
Pennsylvania. 

e Annie Hunter, born in 1866, marritMl Joseph Tl. Dil- 
worth \' 1 11-188 

They have lived in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and in New York City. 

f Nellie Foster, born in 1867. married Thomas Me- 
Kee VIII-189 

They lived at Alleghany, Pennsylvania. 

g George, born in 1871, married Jessie Daily V 11 1-190 

VII-IOS Children of Winters D. and (iertrude (St. John) AVood. 

YI-40-a 
a Gertrude Dewees, born in 1893. 



162 THE BULL FAMILY 

VII-109 Children of Thomas D. and Maria (Flagg) Wood. 

VI-40-b 

a William B., born in 1851, married Catherine Stew- 
art - ---- - - VIII-191 

They lived at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

b Aleen, born October 15, 1863. married October 15, 
1882, George W. P. Coates (VII-117-a). She died Decem- 
ber 12, 1883. 

YII-110 Children of James D. and Laura (Gilpin) Wood. VI-40d 

a Rosalind, married Charles B. Clinghan (VII-99-b)..VIII-177 
b Hunter. 

VII-111 Children of Howard and Mary C. (Biddle) Wood. 

VI-40-g 

a Biddle, born December 22, 1869. 

b Helen Biddle, born December 22, 1872. 

c Alan III. born March 1, 1875. 

d Howard, Jr., born September 20. 1876. 

e Clement Biddle, born July 13, 1878. 

f Owen Biddle, born March 4, 1880, died February 24, 
1882. 

g Rachel Biddle, born January 29, 1882. 

h Marion Biddle, born August 13, 1884. 

i Dorothy, born January 24, 1887, died April 9, 1887. 

VII-112 Children of Daniel U. and Emma A. (Raysor) Dewees. 

VI-41-b 

a George 0., born in 1860, married Jennie Barnes VIII-193 

They lived at Branford, Delawai'e. 

b Jacob H., born in 1869. 
c William H., born in 1872. 

VII-113 Children of Ma.jor Thomas B. and ]\Iary (Young) De- 
wees. VI-41-C 

a Louisa S., born at Fort Laramie, AVyoming, May 27, 
1867, married September 2, 1894, Walter L. Finley of the 
XJ. S. Army, son of Surgeon General Alexander Finley, 
\J. S. Army, and Elizabeth Moore of Philadelphia. He was 
born January 1, 1857, and died December 14, 1914, at 
Walter Reed Hospital, Washington, D. C : ...VIII-193 

He was appointed cadet to the U. S. Military Academy, West Point, from 
Pennsylvania, .Tuly ], 1875, and graduated -June IS. 1879. He was commis- 
sioned Second Lieutenant, 0th U. S. Cavalrv, .June 18, 1879; First Lieutenant, 
l»th Cavalry, October 2.5, 1883; Captain, 9th Cavalrv, April 22, 1891; Major, 
11th Cavalry, February, 1901; Assistant Adjutant General, December 2, 1902; 
transferred to the 9th Cavalry, December 8, 1900: Lieutenant Colonel, 1.3th 
Cavalry. April 18, 1907; Colonel of Cavalrv, April 11, 1911; and assigned as 
Colonel of the 1st Cavalry, August 29, 1912. 



THK nii.L FAMILY k;:; 

\' I I - 1 1 I ('llildrcll (if A lc\,lll(|iT iilid S;il;ill ('. i I )r\Vc('S l l\i-|l- 

iicly. \'l II .1 

;i Will i;iiii. 

\'ll-lir) ('liildi-cii (tf ls;i;ic II. ;iii(| ()|i\i;i ( '. i Led vjifd i I )c\vrcs. 

Vi-4L'I. 

;i Lcdy.ird llolslrin. Iioiii in |S!i:;. nui n-icd in Sc|>lcni- 
Ix'i', IIM."), S;idic li.-ii'ni'tt of .M()nl'_;()nii'ry. A l;di;iiii;i. 

\'ll-ll(l Childfcn of 'riioinns ;ind Ml i/.;d)i't h II. lUis.sdli K'ohcrfs. 

VI-4:{-?. 

a (icof^c Wood I'lLsscll. horn .Mjin-li "_*. is.'i'.). ni;irrifd 
FchiMiary 10, lS8(i, .Mary l•^lst.•r l-"rot hini;haiii \'III l!i| 

The.v live at Iviverton, \ew Jersey. 

h Waters Dewees. horn ^Fay !•>. ISI)."), marrird .May 7. 
1895. Kale Palmer Clianiberlaiii at (Ireat Yarmouth, Kn^-- 
land VIir-U)5 

lie is rector of St. .Tohn's Church, East Boston, Massachusetts, where 
tliey live. He is a clergyman of the Protestant Episcopal Church. Made 
deacon by Bishop Paddock, in St. .Tohn's Memorial Chapel, Cambridge, Massa- 
chusetts, .hnie 20, ISSS, and was ordained to the priesthood in St. .Tohn's 
Cburcli, .Taniaica Plain, Boston, .Tune ."i, ISS!). 

e May, born 'Slay 1, 18()7, dietl in infancy. 
d Augusta ]\[eade, liorn Deeeniber 1. 1869, maiiicd 
-Vpril L'l). 1892. Tlu'odor.' W. Reatli \'III-196 

Tlicy live in Philadelijhia. Pennsylvania. 

e Thomas, born July 81, 1871. died in int'anc\'. 
f Thomas, Jr., born June 14, 187-'). married December 
4, 1911, Evelyn Chew of Washington, D. C. 

VTl-117 Children of Dr. Charh's E. and .\niia II. . IJoberts> 
Coates. VI-4:M) 

a (ieorge William I'eiinoek. born Mav 8. 1857, married 
(1) Oetober 15. 1882. Aleen Wood (VII-109Ji), born Octo- 
ber 15, 1868, aiul died D.H-ember 12, 1888 Vll!-l!)7 

Married (2) .\i)ril 15, ISDl, I-;d\\in (ii-aliam. boiwi Drto- 
ber 10, 1862 VIIl-198 

They live at Abilene, Texas, where he is a broker in farm and ranch 

loans, and is a large ranch owner and stock raisei-. 

b Leonard Roberts, born December 25, 1858. married 
June 24, 1889, Janev J. Roarman. born November 25, 
1872  [ - VIII-199 

He is a physician and has lived at Laurel, Maryland. 

c Dewees Roberts, horn October 81. 18(U, died Septem- 
ber 16, 1865. 

d Charles Edward, dr., born .\imust 18. 1866. married 
June 26, 1901, Ollie Maiirin. born -Inly 28, 1882 VIII-200 

They live at Baton Kougo. Louisiana, wliere he is Professor of Chem- 
istry at the University of Louisiana. He has the degree of Ph. D. 



164 THE BULL FAMILY 

e Maiy Louisa, l3orn June 3, 1868, married October 31, 
1889, John Augustine Benedict, who died ]May 23, 1899. 
She died January 8, 1903 —- - VIII-201 

They lived at Athens, Georgia. 

f Jesse, born February 7, 1870, married January 1, 
1898, Mary Miller Merritt. No issue. 

They live at Lynn, Massachusetts. He is a Major in the Aviation Service, 
U. S'. Army, with the American Expeditionary Force in France. 

g Eachel Anna, born January 20, 1872, married June 
2. 1897, Dr. Frank ]\Iartin of Baltimore, Maryland. She 
died November 6, 1913. No issue. 

She is huried at Baltimore. He is a physician and surgeon of great 
prominence, in practice in Baltimore. 

VII-118 Children of John S. and Mary F. (Roberts) Tyson. 

TI-43-C 

a ]\lary, died in infancy. 

VII-119 Children of John R. and H. Louisa (Roberts) Brooke. 

VI-43-e 

a "William H., born November 22, 1864, married Alma 
Ogden of San Antonio, Texas.-- - : ' - -.VIIL202 

He was appointed Second Lieutenant of the 4th U. S. Infantry in 1891, 
from Pennsylvania; First Lieutenant, 4th Infantry, April 26,- 18.98; Captain, 
.3.5th Volunteer Infantry, July .5, 1899; Major, 46th Volunteer Infantry, 
August 6, 1889; transferred as First Lieutenant to the Loth Infantry, Novem- 
ber 21, 1899; Captain, 1.5th Infantry, FelDruary 2, 1901; Quartermaster detail, 
August 9, 1907; .30th Infantry, August 9, 1911;" Major of Infantry, January 11, 
1914; transferred to the 21st Infantry, October 21. 1914; Lieutenant Colonel, 
Infantrv: Colonel, Infantrv, jSTational Army, 1917; returned to Lieutenant 
Colonel, Infantry, .July, 1918. 

b Louis, born in 1867. 

VII-120 Children of Jacob H. and Sarah (Stiteler) Dewees. 

VI-44-b 

a Howard, born December 2, 1868, married February 
19, 1896. j\Iary Elizabeth Stiteler, who was born July 29, 
1874 — .__ VIII-203 

They live near Chester Springs, Pennsylvania. 

b Rosalind "Wood, born April 13, 1871, married James 
B. Mosteller, who was born August 9, 1867 VIII-204 

They live near Chester Springs, Pennsylvania. 

c George Stiteler, born January 27, 1873, married No- 
vember 26, 1910, Clara Elizabeth Bailey, daughter of James 
B. and ]\L Jane Bailey of W^est Chester, Pennsylvania, born 
December 27, 1879 ...........VIII-205 

He attended the State Normal School, and graduated at the Law School of 
the University of Pennsylvania in 1879. He practices law in West Chester, 
Pennsylvania, where they live. He was elected County Controller of Chester 
County, Pennsylvania, for a term of four years from January, 1918. 

Vn-121 Children of Reuben P. and Sarah C. (Dewees) ]\Ios- 
teller. YI-44-d 

a Laura Gilpin, born November 29, 1866, died Feb- 
ruary 15, 1872. 



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I l;ilT\\ w ho \v;is lidi-ii .\l;nv|i 1.'), lS7(i \'IIIl'II7 

(I .\l;ir\- Mll.i. luiiii Ahirdi 1^. l^TS, iMJirrii'il .M;iy t. 
1!)()4. I'lliiicrS. Alillcf. honi -l.iiiii.ir.N I, IS?.') ' \' I I I L»()H 

\'11-1i1l' ( 'llildrcll (»!' 'riioiiiiis W. ;iihl |i|;i I,. Kii.rr |).-\\ri'S. 

;i .M;il)cl Iv, lioni April 7. iSSi;. iiKirrird S;iiiiiic| i.o^nii 
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h Walter Roseo, l)oni April 4. 1888, dit'il Scptmiltcr Id. 
1889. 

c Emma M., bom Scpteinlirr 17. 18!!1). 
d Ella Davis, boi-ii 1)c(mmii1..m- :?. 18;)2. 
e Clara Knerr, honi .liiiu' :>. IS!),!, 
f Howard Knerr, lioni Deeeiidier '■]. l!)i'2. 

VII-123 ChiUlreii of .lolm and Kliuira t 1 )e\ve!'s ) Davis. Vl-44-g 
a Ennna, Ixn-n .June 6. ISSl. mairieil September lo, 
1909, Charles Mott VIII-210 

b Thomas Dewei s. lorn Deeeiuhi !• 14. 18So. tiled -lulv 
14, 1884. 



166 THE BULL FAMILY 

YII-12-1: Children of Henry C. and Annie M. (Young) Dewees. 

VI-44-k 

a Hilda May, born May 26, 1886, died June 6, 1886. 

b ^largaret Young, born October 4, 1888, married Octo- 
ber 20, 1909, Oscar M. Lumis-- _ VIII-211 

c J. Hause, born September 19, 1890. 

d Ida Elizabeth, born November 17. 1896. 

e H. Herbert, born March 18, 1902. 

YII-125 Children of William and Ida (Dewees) Yeager. VI-44-1 
a Thomas Homer, born August 8, 1880. 

He is in the United States Coast Guard Service, Second Lieutenant of 
Engineers, and was stationed in the Steamer Manning at Astoria, Oregon. 

b William Leonard, born August 11, 1889. 
c Waters Dewees, born August 8, 1894. 

YII-126 Children of Horace and Mary M. (Jones) Xeide. VI-46-a 
a Blanche E. 

VII-127 Children of Thomas C. and Ann H. (Xeide) Steele. 

VI-46-f 

a Rebecca Neide.born at Pottstown, Pennsylvania, De- 
cember 26, 1892, married at AA^hitford. Pennsylvania, Sep- 
tember 16, 1916, Thomas Weston Hearne. 

A' J 1-128 Children of Alfred and Sarah (Neide) Brooke. Aa-46-g 

a Elsa Neide, married May 21, 1914, Lieutenant Walter 
Pridgen. 1st IT. S. Infantry, at St. David's Church. Radnor. 
Pennsylvania. He was born in North Carolina June 6, 

1883. 

He was appointed cadet to the IT. S'. Military Academy, West Point, June 
11, 1001, and graduated June 13, 1905; commissioned- Second Lieutenant sfime 
date, 22nd Infantry; transferred to the 1st Infantry, June 28, IflOo; First 
Lieutenant, 1st Infantry, March 12. 1911; Captain, July 1, 1916; Major, 
National Army; Lieutenant Colonel, November, 1918. 

A^II-129 Children of Bayard and Margaret (Quinter) Neide. 

VI-46-h 

a Laura Gertrude, born August 11, 1878, married June 
25. 1904, Harvey B. Prizer. 

They live at Pottstown, Pennsylvania. 

b Annie, born August 6, 1880. 
c George AVilliam, born November 17, 1882. 
d Alargaret Rebecca, born September 15, 1886, married 
June 25. 1908. Lloyd Snyder. She died July 26, 1915. 

They lived at Muncie, Indiana. 

6 Helen Alice, born April 14, 1899. 



'I'm-; IMI.L lAAllL^- 1»]7 

VII-1."?<) ChildlTii (if I'lfskiiic ;iii(l l.idir ' I '.lit I.t , Sr\,\r. \'\ I'i j 
;i Wilson I'.iillcr. Ih,i-ii Aii^iisl L'!), iSDi'. 

Mr L;r:Hlii:il.Ml ;ii L.limli I iii\,i il> in I'.ll.'i. Hi- is i'iii|ilo.\ id Willi |-'iilli-r 
I'lnni iii'cliiii; < 'mil |i:i iiy ;il ( 'ii I ;i s;i u'Hii , I'm iisy I VM iiiii. 

Vll-l;n Cliildivii ol' Dr. Joseph T. ;iii<l .\l;iilli;i Iv (May. I.'otli- 
i-ock. \' I IT ;i 
;i Addison M.-iy. horn M;iy iL'. isTii, ;il W'rst ('h-sli-r. 
IN'Hiisyl v;ini;i, iii;i rricd in l!l(ll hdorcin'i' I'lllis. (hiiii^htcr ol' 
Kdwarcl aiul Haidu'l (^Siiulh; VAlis ol' Diihliii ('uuiity, irc- 
hind ". VIII-212 

lie i;r,i<iu,-il ril in issii I'rdiii llir Srinicil ni' r,i(il(it;y ill the University of 
I'l'iin.svlviiinii. iind llicn sluilicd in llic Mcdicai ScIhhiI. i-crcivintf the (letrce of 
M. D. ill 1S",K!. ]lf Wiis resident physici.iii iil Si. .Iiiseph's llospiliil, I'hihidel- 
pliiii. for fifteen inontlis, jiiid tlien went to (io(diiiKeii, (ieriiiaiiy. wliere lie 
studied several months. Tlienee he went to I'liris, reiiiMinini; fifteen inonths 
studying in special branehes of medicine, and Ixmiij; e.vtreiiiis in the Hospital 
St. Lazare. Keturninp; to America he settled in Wilkestiarre, Pennsylvania, 
where he was until he enlisted in I.SIKS in the Uth IveKiment, Pennsylvania 
Volunteer Infantry. While at the encampment at (Chattanooga he contracted 
typhoid fever atid was seriously ill. lie remained until the close of the war. 
In 1!H»4 he took charge of a tulierculosis camp at Mount Alto, Pennsylvania, 
and remained there until 1!)1(», when he took charge of a new institution, 
which he had ])lanne(l, at Ueading, Pennsylvania, for the care of tuberculosis 
patients, '''riie Xavesiiik Mountain Sanil aiium ' '. and he is still there. He is 
a member of the Reading, the I'ennsylvania, and the American Medical .Soci- 
eties, and he has published in various, .journals, articles on the open-air 
treatment of tuberculosis. He was appointed Captain in the Medical Corp.s, 
U. S. Army, August S, li)l.S, and was with Medical Replacement \o. 2.', Amer - 
ican Expeditionary Force in France. He was later in the :!(i<lth Regiment of 
Infantry and distin>;iiishecl liiniself in tlie Meuse-Argonne fight, receiving the 
following letter: 

.".('(ith Infantry, American K. F.. llth Xovember, lOl.S. 
From: Commanding Officer ."llidth Infantry. 
To: Captain Addison Af. Rothrock, M. C, 
Sub.iect : Conduct of Officers in Recent Oflfensive. 

1. I desire to conve.v my congratulations to you on the efficient and cour- 
ageous manner in which you performed your duties as Battalion Surgeon in 
the operations of this regiment on November 1st and llnd. 

2. Under the most trying circumstances, and subjected for a long period 
of time to heavy machine gun and shell fire, you carried on your work in such 
an efficient manner that a large part of the success gained by the regiment 
was due to your courage,- energy and aggressiveness. 

3. I assure you of my continued interest in your military career. 

Signed, H. C. PRICE, 

Colonel ;ifiOth Infantry, 

Commanding. 

h TTciiiy Abraluuii, horn OctolxM- "24, 1872. at AVilkcs- 
barre, Pennsylvania, married June 7, 181)8. at Biiighaiuton. 
New York, Eleanor Cleves VIIT-21:i 

They live at West Chester, Pennsylvania. He graduated from the School 
of Biology, University of Pennsylvania, in ISOI. and then studied in the 
Medical School, graduating with the degree of M. D. in IS'.I.". He was resident 
physician of the Wilkesliarre, Pennsylvania, Hospital, which was founded by 
his father, for one year, then went to Paris, France, where he studied under 
specialists in diseases of the eye and nerves. Returning home he settled in 
West Chester, Pennsylvania, and has made a specialty of eye diseases. He is 
a member of the Chester County, the Pennsylvania, and the American Medical 
Societies, and is oculist for the Chester County Hospital. Was made Assistant 
Surgeon, U. S. Army, with rank of Captain, August S, lillS, and is stationed 
at Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia. 

c Howard Gray, born in West Cheslrr. I'ennsylvania. 
Septem})er 5, 1874, died September 4. 1877. 
d Elizabelh Ma.v, niiinaiTied. 
e :\Iar1lia Mav, died in inraiicy. Man-h 2!). 1883. 



168 THE BULL FAMILY 

VII-lo2 Children of Fisher and Elizabeth (Clemson) Hazard. 

VI-48-C 

a j\Iary Fullerton, born February 20, 1855, married 
October 21, 1880, John R. Leisinring, who was born May 11, 
1852, and died January 13, 1909 _ _ .....VIII-214 

They lived at Hazleton, Pennsylvania. 

b John Clemson, born April 9, 1856, married December 
19, 1883, Mary Alice Breinig, who, was born December 19, 
1862 -.- - .......VIII-215 

They live at Fort McCoy, Florida. 

c Elizabeth, born March 28, 1858, married October 15, 
1879, Charles F. Graef, who was born April 19, 1856, and 
died March 10, 1900. SE|rdied- March 15, 1887... VIII-216 

d Erskine (1), born July 2, 1860, died August 7, 1861. 

e Erskine (2), born November 17, 1862, married IMarch 
18, 1909, Myrtle Thomas, who was born August 17, 1879. 

They live in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

f Ethel, born February 6, 1873, unmarried. 

Lives in her old home at Mauch Chunk, Pennsylvania. 

VII-133 Children of George L. and Ann B. (Clemson) Wash- 
ington. ' VI-48-d 
a i\Iargaretta, born in 1860, died January 11, 1917, at 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

b John Clemson, born in 1865, died young. 
c ]\Iartha, born in 1867. 

She lives in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

d Anne Harewood, born in 1869, married June 6, 1906, 
Edwin Fairfax Naulty -.. - -.- VIII-217 

They live in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

e ElLiabeth Fisher, born in 1871. 

STie lives in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

Note — ^The above living members of the family are recognized as the 
nearest relatives of the present generation to General George Washington. 

VII-134 Children of Rev. Thomas C. and S. Frances (Ogden) 
Clemson. VI-48-e 

a Gertrude Gouveneur, born in 1868, married Louis 
Lawrence Smith ....._. VIII-218 

They live at Strafford, Pennsylvania. 

b Ludlow Ogden. 

c ^Margarita Helen, born in 1874. 

YII-135 Children of Benjamin L. and Anne B. (Alricks) Fors- 

ter. VI-51-a 

a Caroline Alricks, born June 20, 1865, married at Har- 

risburg, Pennsylvania, December 29, 1891, William Rolhion 

Duncan of AVilmington, Delaware, born August 6, 1852....VIII-219 

Lived at Chesterton, Maryland, but moved in 1917 to Philadelphia, Penn- 
sylvania. 

b John Douglas, born October 12, 1866. 

Is a civil engineer and forester, now at work in Porto Rico. 



Reference Page 169-VII-138 B 

Feb. 11, 1919 
FEOM Commanding General 

TO Director of Aircraft Production, Washington, D. C. 

SUBJECT: Eecommendation for Distinguished Service Medal. 

1. In accordance with the Act of Congress, approved July 9, 1918, as 
published in Bulletin No. 43, War Department, 1918, it is recommended that a 
Distinguished Service Medal be awarded Lieutenant-Colonel Henry T. Bull, 
Air Service, AP. 

2. This officer was on duty with the Division from March 23, 1918, to 
August 17, 1918, his responsibilities were very great at all times and his conduct 
throughout his service has been honorable. 

3. Colonel Bull, one of the few regular officers of this Division, was placed 
in command of the Grays Harbor and Willapa Bay District, which included all 
operations bordering on the Pacific Ocean, north of the Columbia River and 
south of Tacoma. This was one of the largest and most important districts oper- 
ated by this Division. Colonel Bull had command of the military personnel 
in this District which numbered approximately 4000 men. They were engaged 
in railroad construction, truck road building, riving and logging and were scat- 
tered in isolated districts in the heart of the forest. Under great difficulties, 
Colonel Bull maintained a high esprit de corps and state of discipline among 
his officers and men and obtained, through his personality, administrative and 
ceaseless vigilance, the maximum amount of work from his command. Colonel 
Bull's command stood out as one of the best disciplined and most efficient 
organizations of the Division. His services, which entailed the responsibility 
of producing in a minimum time a maximum amount of lumber, were performed 
in a distinguished manner. 

4. The above service was rendered at a time when the Division was being 
organized from raw recruits and untrained officers, for the purpose of securing 
a 1500% increase in production of airplane lumber. The operations of the 
Division involved constant and intimate relations with 150,000 civilian lumber- 
men and over 500 lumber mill and logging camp operations, over a mountainous 
country 500 miles long, in which the Division was scattered in 234 different 
camps and stations, constructing railways, mills, etc., in a climate with an 
annual rainfall averaging over eight feet. Through the exceptional and con- 
spicuously meritorious service of such men, the war period was passed without 
a single case of friction with civilian or civil authority and the mission of 
the Division was accomplished in spite of continuous I. W. W. agitation and 
pro-enemy propaganda. 

5. I have had approximately 30,000 officers and men under my command 
during the past fifteen months and of them am recommending a total of twenty 
for this recognition of service. I sincerely believe in their award and regard 
it a.s a necessary mark of aiDpreciation from our government if, in its next 
emergency, we are to look for the same quality of service to the rear of active 
operations as we have had in this one, and a service which is so vital, and to my 
own knowledge, more heartbreaking than anything man is called upon to endure. 

BEIGE P. DISQUE 

Brigadier General, U. S. Army, 

Commanding. 



Till': r.ri.L fa.mii^v 169 

Yll-l;ili ( 'liilili't'ii (if liC\i <'iiiil .\iiii;i I I Irtidi-rsiiri ' Alrii'ks. 

\ii :;:.:», \i :)i .1, xi-ir),')..! 

;i -Idliii I l;i III il loll. Iiiini AiiliiisI :!. ISJ;}. 

Is iillnnicy ;il law at II a riisljii i'lT. I'l'rinsy Iviiniii. 

\'Il-l;}7 Chil.livM (.r I'Mwnrd ('. ;iihI .\1;ii-v A. 'Willie I'.iill. 

\' I -:).!. I 

;i Jessie A iiii;i. lioni in 1 SSf). 

1» Noniiaii l"](l\\ ;ir(l. Imh-ii in 1S!I(), nuirried in 1I»1:I 
Helen Justin \'lll JJD 

VTT-1;]S (Miildreii of J.-iniesir. ;ind ]\;inwi-ine W. ('TiIIi.i;in ^ I'.iill. 

\'i-:.M) 

a James Arniila^e, born at Santa Jjai'bafa. Calilornia, 
November 19, 1878. 

After ntteiulance jit the Washington Hijjh ScIkkiI, h(> entered the Univer- 
sity of the South, Smviinee, Tennessee, from which lie graduated with the 
decree of A. ]i. in 1!MM). While there he was a n;eniber of the Niearagua 
t'anal Survey in IMIT and ISilS. He was inspector at the Pan-American 
Exi)osition at liutTalo in llMIl, and was supervisor of San Fernando Province 
in the Philippine Islands in llHIli and irxi;;. He was appointed an Assistant 
I'aymaster in the U. S. Navy, May '29. KMk",, from California; Past Assistant 
Paymaster, Feljruary 15, P.KI.', and Paymaster, July 1. 1!>14. He resigned 
from the N'avy, August .'i'l, l!tir>, when of the grade of lieutenant Commander. 
His service was as follows: IIMI."! to l!H>i;. on the Asiatic Station: I'.KiT to liMfcS. 
at the Navy Yard, Pensacohi. Florida; IIIIH) to I'.lll, Asiatic Station: 1!»1L' to 
1i)l."), Receiving Ship at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. On March :!, lf>17. he 
was commissioned Paymaster in the U. S. Naval Reserve, with the rank of 
lieutenant Commander, and assigned to duty at the Philadelphia Navy Yard. 
In November, P.>17, he was assigned to duty at the Naval Supply Depot, Base 
• !, being ordered as Assistant Naval Attache to the legation in London. Dur- 
ing the period he was out of the naval service from -\ugust, 1!H.~>, to March, 
P.nT, he was in the firm of Leonard Snyder. l>nn(l bi-okers. New York, and 
manager of the Philadelphia branch. 

b Heniy Tilo-lim;iii. ])oni May 28. 1880, at West Ches- 
ter, Pennsylvania, married A|)i'il ."). 1!)04. ;i1 \V;isliinuton. 
D. C, Sally Franklin AVainwriglit, daughter of Dallas and 
Eose (Kendig) AVainwrio-ht .'. VIlI-i'i'l 

He was in attendance at the Harvard Scientific- School at Cambridge. 
Massachusetts, at the outbreak of the Spanish-.Vmerican \\'ar, and enlisted as 
a private, first class, in the 1st U. S. Volunteer Knsineers. .Tune 27. ^Si)>^. The 
regiment went to Porto Rico and served through the campaign. He was hon- 
orably discharged October l.S, ISO.S. For this service he received the Porto 
Rico Campaign medal. He again entered the Harvard Scientific School, h.it 
later transferred to the University of the South at Suwauee. Tennessee, and 
graduated there with the degree of C. E. in inOL He was appointed a 
Second Lieutenant of the l.'lth l^. S. Cavalry from New York, dating from 
February 2. 11101 : commissioned First I.,ieutenant of the itth Cavalry. October 
."i. iniO; transferred to the l.'lth Cavalry, November 2!l. lillH; assigned to 
duty as head of the Department of ililitary Science and Tactics at Cornell 
University, December 2S, 1912, which place he filled until November L 1!H.">. 
During this period the new .Vrmory at Cornell was planned by him. authorized 
l)y the Legislature, and l)uilt under his supervision. During this period also, 
in I'M'i. he was instructor at the Plattsburg Camp of business men. He was 
assigned to the 5th Cavalry and with it did service in Me.xico. that regiment 
being in the force under the command of Major General Pershing. He was 
promoted to Captain of Cavalry, .Tuly L lOKi, and assigned to the 17th Cav- 
alry, a new regiment formed and organized at Fort Bliss, El Paso. Texas. 
He was detached from the 17th Cavalry and ordered as Afilitarv Instructor of 
Cavalry at Fort Ben.i.imin Harrison, Indiana, May — , 1!>17. Detached from 
this duty in September. 1017, be was ordered to Camp Pike, Arkansas, and 
couimissioned Ma.ior in the National .\iniy. Five days after arrival at Camp 
Pike he was ordered to ^Vashington to duty in the .Vviation (non-tlying) sec- 
tion of the Signal Corps, and commissioned Ma.iiir, and then Lieutenant 
Colonel. All three latter commissions bear the same date. August .">. 1017. 
After being on duty at Washington in the personnel office of the Aviation 



170 THE BULL FAMILY 

Section of the Signal Corps until April — , 1918, he was ordered to duty in 
command of the S'pruce Production Division of the Signal Corps of Grays 
Harbor and Willipa Bay, State of Washington. Detached from this duty, 
August 18, 1918, he joined the T2nd Regiment of Infantry at Camp Meade, 
Maryland, as Lieutenant Colonel. On October 28 he was commissioned Colonel 
of Infantry and assigned to duty as Train Commander of the 11th Division. 
For service in Mexico he received the Service Medal authorized by Congress. 
He is a graduate of the Cavalry School in 1912. He is also entitled to wear 
the Sharpshooter's and Pistol Marksmanship badges of the Army. 

c Martha Conant. born September 1, 1882, at AA'est 
Chester. Pennsylvania, died December 30, 1885, at Oakland, 
California. 

She is buried at Detroit, Michigan. 

d Elizabeth Siirth, born March 22, 1888, at Yokohama, 
Japan, died January 29, 1890, at Omaha, Nebraska. 

She is buried at Detroit, Michigan. 

e Wilfrid Douglas, born May 27, 1890, at New London, 
Connecticut. 

He was educated at the Thacher School, Ojai, California, and at La Villa, 
Lausanne, Switzerland, where he was, during his last term there, captain of 
the school. On return to the United States he took a special course in inter- 
mational law and diplomacy at the George Washington L^niversity, Washing- 
ton, D. C He was afterwards in business in the employ of F. F. G. Harj^er & 
Co., custom house brokers, at San Francisco, California. While there he 
attended the Military Training Camp at Monterey, California, during the 
summer of 1916. In May, 1917, he applied for service in the American Field 
Ambulance Service in France, and was accepted. He sailed from Ivew Yort, 
.luly 2.3, 1917, in the steamer Rochambeau, of the French line, and on arrival 
was assigned to Section 12. On duty near Epernay, France, when the Amer- 
ican Field Ambulance Service was taken over by the U. S. Army, he was 
enlisted as a private on S'eptember 11, 1917, and was in October named as a 
first-class private. In May, 1918, Section 630 (which was the name changed 
from Section 12), received the commendation of the Chief Surgeon of the XXXth 
Division, French Army, which that section operated with, as follows: ''Order 
K'o. 15. The American Conductors of S. S. V-630, commanded by Lieut. 
Pouselle and Lieut. Rogers, have given proof of an admirable sangfroid and a 
courage above all praise assuring night and day from two first line posts on 
unprotected (or exposed) and terribly bombarded roads, an extremely perilous 
service. Three cars have been nearly destroyed by shells. The Medecin 
Divisionaire congratulates and thanks greatly Lts. Pouselle and Rogers and 
their conductors. Signed by Medecin Divisionaire of XXXth Livision." On 
May 30, 1918, he was decorated by the French authorities with the "Croix 
de Guerre" in accordance with the following citation: 
"7eme Regiment d'Infanterie. 

Extrait 

de rOrdre du Regiment No. 255. 
du 8 Mai 1918. 

Le Lieut. Colonel Bouret, cdt le 7eme R. I. cite a I'ordre du Regiment. 

W. D. Bull de la Section auto Americaine 630: 
Automobiliste Americaine A montre le plus grand devoument en continuant 
seul son service, alors que son camarade venait d'etre tue. A maintes fois 
brave la mort, on assurant le transport les blesses au milieu des plus violentes 
bombardments. 

Le Lieut. -Colonel Bouret cdt le 7eme R. I. 

SIGNS: BOURET.* 

In connection with the above it must be recorded that he returned to iKe 
field and recovered the body of his comrade, whose death is mentioned in the 
above citation. 

On October 22, 1918, he was commissioned First Lieutenant in the Intelli- 
gence Department, U. S. Army, and was detailed as assistant military attache 
at the American Legation, Berne, Switzerland. He has since received the 
Division Citation for bravery in service. 



*The regimental citation conveys a bronze star with the Croix de Guerre, and the Divisional 
Citation adds a silver star. 



Kff.;ftjiice VII-13«<;. I'att.! 170 

cri'ATION A L'ORDIiMv 

Ordro (JciieraU; No. \)'j dii KJ .Mai 1'J18. 

Le General Ciudt la 131e I). T. Cite a I'oidiv dc la DIVISION. 

Le eonducteur BULL Wilfrid Mle 9797. 

Conducteur Aniericain de la S. S. U./630. 

"Condueteur d'lm sang froid & d'une intrepidite remarquables 

et toujours pret a se devouer. " 

Le General Chavet Cdt la 131e D. T. 
C. J. Chavet. 



'riih: I'.i 1,1, KA.Mii.v 171 

r .M;ir'_;vi-y l-'.-i n |ii li;i i-, Ix.ni ,il ih.- .\;i\;i| Shilion. New 

I'liiiddii. ( 'oiiiicci irii I . iii;i M'icil III Trimly ('Inu'cli. Sjititji 

l>;irli;ir;i. I)y I5isli()|) .loscjili II. .lolinsoii, .\|»iil tl. l!t|'). 

( 'li('f\t'f llci'hcrl .\c\\li;ill. son of ( 'linrlcs ;iii(| |-'r-;iiiccs 

S;ii;ill I \V;itl-issj Xcwiljill of .);iluil ic;i I'lji in, J 'K.stoii. .\I;iss;i- 

rlilisctls \' I I I 22- 

Tlicy live lit Chcstiiul Hill, Hostoii, Miissncluisctts. Kcbruai-.v II. lill.S, hi- 
WHS coiiiniissiiiiifd FiiNl I,ii'iilcn;iiit in .Vviiitioii, .Vdii-Klyitic Ht-cticm. SiKiml 
Corps, and iissi(;iicd to duty iit Washington, I). C. lie has also hn-n on duly. 
iinassiKncd, in tlie otTicc of thi- Assistant Sfcrctary of War. 

\'I1-1M!) Cliildivn ol' (ioold II. ;iii(| .\l;if^;nvt A. (Mjicoml., |5iil|. 

vi-r,4-o 

ii .Mai'^ai'ft .\(|cl;ii(li'. hocn 1 )rcciiil)iM' L'l. l>S(i. i\\i;\ 
Aiiiiust -Jii. 1S87. 

1> David Maconili. bofn Januaiy 2S, ISSS. niai-i-ird No- 
vi'iiihi'i- 14. VJU, Helen .Marg-aret Smith VI 11-22:'. 

Ijivt's in the Bronx, New York City. He has been ga.s engineer with thf 
Metropolitan Gas Company of New York City. He was appointed Captain of 
Knuiiicers. U. S. Army, September 24, I'.tlS, and is with the .Vmerican K.xpedi- 
tionary Force in France. 

e Dorotliy Sheaff. born Aucrust !). 18Si). niarrii-d .linic 
6, 1912, Dr. -lojiii I'aul Siinnions, who was horn Oi-tohrf 
15. 1880 VI 1 1-224 

?Ie is professor at New York Cnllefre. where they live. 

d Mildred Worthington, horn January 6. 18!)2. tnai-ried 
April 2!). 1915. Lientenant David Irviii llfdri.-k. I'. S. 
Navy, who was horn in Ohio. Deeemher 81, 1886 VI 1 1-225 

He was appointed ;^^idsllipnlan at the Naval .\cademy. .Vnnapoli.s. Mary- 
land, .Tuly 2J, 1!K».">: graduated June .">. T.XI'.t: commissioned Knsign .Tune h, 
lull; commissioned Lieutenant (.junior grade) .lune .">. ]'.I14; Lieutenant. 
.Tune .■>, 1!>17. He was promoted to Lieutenant Commander (temporary), 1!»1S. 
His service has been as follows: I'.tKt-l'.Ill, Atlantic Fleet in V. S. Iiattleship 
•"New Hampshire"; l!»ll-l!»l:!, Bureau of Ordnance. Navy Department. Wash- 
ington. D. C. ; l'.>i:;-T.)14. torpedo destroyers •Walke" and ••Benham"; 1!>1.'>- 
mii;. naval gun factory, Washington, D. C. War service on convoy duty. 

e Marjori(> Macomh. l)orn Decciiihci- 24, 1895. 
f lioold Xornian. born Deeeiuher 15. 1898. 

Appointed to the Naval Academy, Annapolis, Marvland, as a Midshipman, 

Septeml)er .'U). imO. 

VII-140 Cliildivn of Warren O. and .\iiiir V. (Rulh Sponoer. 

VI-57-(l 
a Harry Riitler. horn .liinc 27. 1878. 

YII-141 Children of Robert II. and Dinah Dunn) Smith. VI-58-a 
a liobei't William llobart. born Mai-di :>i'. 1^7t). 

VII-142 Children of Robert II. S. and .Marion II. * lluiiirerford) 
llobart. VI-58-a 

a Robert llobart Dull Wingfiehl. born Februarv 8. 
1907. 

b Dorothy Marion Clare, born April 17, 1913. 



172 THE BULL FAMILY 

VII-143 Children of Francis N. and Anna C. (Powers) Bull. 

VI-60-a 
a Francis Cecil, born at Madison, Wisconsin, February 
5, 1908. 

b Girl, unnamed, born and died June, 1910, at Denver, 
Colorado. 

VII-144 Children of Dr. Jose I. and Emma L. (Bull) O'Farrell. 

VI-60-b 

a Dorothee Silvia, born January 11, 1911, at Buenos 
Aires, Argentine Republic, South America. 

YII-l-lo Children of James R. and Sue D. (Bull) Hurford. 

; VI-6D-C 

a James Rayner, Jr., born April 6, 1916. 

VII-146 Children of Rev. James J. and Emma C. (Barber^i 
Creigh. VI-61-b 

a Mary Dunbar, born December 17, 1866, at West Ches- 
ter, Pennsylvania, married November 14, 1898, at A¥est 
Chester, Willis Hatfield Hazard, born at West Chester, 
Pennsylvania, July 27, 1866.._ VIII-226 

He is engaged in special insurance worli and has cliarge of a departn^'ent 
in New England Insurance Company at Boston, Massacliusetts, where tliey 
live. His parents were Willis Pope Hazard, who was born at Huntsville, Ala- 
bama, in 1825, died in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, February 18, 1913, and 
Susan Robinson Gilpin, born in Philadelphia in 1825, and died at West Ches- 
ter, June 19, 1906. They were married November 14, 1850. 

VII- 147 Children of William V. and Mary (Whipple) Jacobs. 

VI-64-f 

a Jesse Elliott, born I\Iarch 14, 1892, married Feb- 
ruary 1, 1917, Mildred Muir. 

b AAHiipple, born February 7, 1897. 

c Katharine, born February 18, 1899. 

YII-148 Children of Amos C. and Elmira J. (Bosserman) Clem- 
son. VI-65-a 

a Arabella C, born August 24, 1847, married October 
16, 1867, William H. Morrow, born February 14, 1842. He 
died February 19, 1888... VIII-227 

She lives at Southington, Connecticut, with her daughter, Mrs. L. F. 
Requa, -Jr. 

William H. Morrow lived in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where he. was in 
business. At the time of his death he was a member of the firm of Baldwin 
Locomotive Works. 

b Lloyd Colder, born January 20, 1849, married No- 
vember 24, 1872, Anna Laura Nixdorf, born June 7. 
1856 VIII-228 

They live at Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. He is superintendent of motive 
power of the central division of the Pennsylvania Railroad, headquarters at 
Altoona, having been with the company since 1870. 



Till'; I'.i i,L Kwiii.v 17:; 

\'||-ir) Cliildivii dl' AiiK.s .1. ;iihl I'liorl.r \. il'iiitl, l;i.-.si'nii;m. 

VI-«M-I) 

;i W'illiiir 'riiorni', lidni ;il ( ';i I'ldoii. \'rln'iisl<;i. .M;iy II, 
IS.";?, iii;irri('(l Scptfiiiliri- 1.'). ISSI, Siis;iii .\iii;iihI;i I'liillips, 
(Inimhlcr ol" •hiiiics iJo.xd iiiid S;ir;ili ! Miillips ol' TjiIiIi' Ii'n'k. 
X('l)i';iskii, lioni ()cl()licr :ll. iSliO. ;it \\'iii(iii;i. llliii()\. Ih- 
.li,Ml Drc.^nilici' S. 1,S8!) \'III-229 

Slir lives al Ijni'dlii, .\('lii';isl<ii . TTc is Imrii'd :il I.nii:; I'lPinl, llhnoi-,. 

1) .Icssic, l)()rn .liiiiiuiry 'J. IS.")!), nuin-ird Xovcinlx-i- 24. 

1881, William Iv -lacksoii, who was horn NovpiiiIu'I- 4. 

185!) - \' 1 1 1-230 

They live iit riirnillirMi, I^rissiiuri. 

e Frank, born Auii'nst -i, ISIiO. niarrird I). inhn- -Jl. 

1882. Flora Carh^on, dau^-lilci- ol' l!cii.ja;iiiii and -Lim" 
(Sillik) Carlclon. horn Octohcr 80, 1862 VIII-2:n 

'Pliey live iit Los Anjielcs, Ciilildniia. Hi'iijiiiiiin C'arleton ( ISl.i-inO." ) was 
burn ill Koiit, KnKlii'ul, ;ui(l Jane SiUik ( 1S1'L'-1S!>1 ) was from Ciiniida. 

d .lohii W.. I)oi'n in 1862, died . 

e Ross, born January 14. 1868, at Grand TJidge. La Salle 
ConntY. Illinois, inarri(Ml October 27. 181)2. at Duburjiic. 
Iowa, by Ivev. AValkcr of the Kpisropal Cluirch. Mlbi 
Blanclic Cox. Iioi'ii .lanuary (i. ISiil, at l)idMH|iic. l()wa....Vni-232 

'rhi\\' live :it 'Wirliita. Kansas. 

VII-150 Children of Ephraiin and .Mary .\. (Simmons) Bosser- 
man. VI-6r)-c 

a Cieorge W., born in 1860. 

He lived at Ottawa, Illinciis. 

b ( 'laricc. born in 1864. 
(' ( 'older v.. horn in 1867. 
d Lester, born in 1871. 

lie lived at Ottawa. Illinois, 

e Dora, born in 1874, iiuirrifd Sctli A. Lalrome. 

They lived at Ottawa. Illinois. 

A^I-lf)! Children of Pattison and Hlizalx'th (MeCliin-* -lolly. 

VI-66-a 

a ]Maa:dalen('. horn Septfiubfr 2. 1860, died unmarricil 
]\L^rcli 19. 1012. 

b ^Martha, boi-n January D, 1862. unmari-ied. 

e James Warner, born .July 4. 1868. married i)y lu-v. 
Jordan, June 22, 1898, .Maude Shaw, who was born Novem- 
ber 13. 1871 VIII-283 

d Elizabeth, l)orn June 12. 1865. unmarried. 

e Katlierine. l)orn November 25, 1S67. unmarried. 

f ^Tary, born ^lairh 17. L861). unmarried. 

u- Elinor Elniii-a. liorn Xovcmhcr 24. 1870. mai-ried by 
Rev 1). E. S. Perrv S,.pt,.nilM"r 5. 1895. Frank C. Stan- 
ley  VIlI-284 

They live at Riverside, California. 



174 THE BULL FAMILY 

YII-152 Children of Joseph and Belinda (Beatty) Larimer. 

VI-67-a 

a Edwin M., born April 11, 1858, died unmarried April 

23, 1888. 

He was a physician. 

VII-153 Children of James W. and Adeline (Smith) Beattr. 

VI-67-b 
a William Rush, born May 17, 1872, married October 
14, 1903, Elizabeth Mae Michaelis. 

They live at Meadville, Pennsylvania. 

YII-154 Children of John H. and Mary E. (Smith) Beatty. 

VI-67-C 

a Earle Hastings, born November 10, 1871, at Green- 
ville, Pennsvlvauia, married June 16, 1905, Bertha Lin- 
wood Rich.l , - VIII-235 

b Fred Fairchild, born June 9, 1874, at Meadville, 
Pennsvlvauia, married June 18, 1907. Marv Carr Sinclair 
of Winthrop, Maine. He died September 29, 1914 ...VIII-236 

TH-155 Children of Calvin R. and Ida (Klumph) Beattv. 

VI-67-b 

a Lester Roy, born July 14, 1873. 

b Sarah Anna, born February 9, 1876, died November 
29, 1889. 

c Laura Hayes, born November 14, 1878. 

d Calvin Rush, Jr., born September 15, 1881, died Julv 
31, 1913. 

YIL156 Children of William R. and Margaretta E. (Smith) 
Beatty. VI-67-e 

a Raymond Wallace, born April 30, 1874, died July 6, 
1887, drowned. 

Vn-157 Children of Marion and Henrietta W. (Beatty) 
Minium. VI-67-f 

a Henry Clyde, born January- 1, 1870, unmarried. 

b John C, born December 25, 1871, unmarried. 

YII-158 Children of Charles E. and Adella B. (Beatty) Hunter. 

VL67-g 
a Roy Henry, born September 29, 1874, unmarried. 

He lives in Alaska, where he has been for fourteen years in the govern- 
ment service. 

b Winnifred, born October 17, 1875, married Septem- 
ber 10, 1895, William Cochran, who was born September 
10, 1874, and died June 13, 1906 __....yiII-237 

They lived at Saegerstown, Pennsylvania. He was the son of John and 
Caroline Cochran. 



'I" III': llll.l, K\\!II,V 17.-, 

\'ll-l.")|l ( 'hildi'cti (•!' -loliii ;iimI .\I ;i rl Ii;i (('lose .\l (•< 'I ii r-r. 

\l t;^ ;i 

a Aniiji (i., Ihini ()ct()licf ;! Isd;;, died l''rl(ni;ii-\ 7 
1S74. 

1) -Idllll l'>., hiini •lllllf Ii, ]SS(i, lii;i |-|-ic( I I )ccc|ii her 1 "> . 

ISSI), ,liili;i A. Ihiwkc, wild \\;is liorti AiiliiisI lii. l>ii!) \' I 1 1 -J.'.^ 

'I'lii'N livi' III ( oiiiiiM III I.iiIm'. I'l-iiiKsU vaiiia. 

(■ .M;ir\- 1).. horn -Inly 'ifi, 18()8. iii;i iricd .lnl.\ 17, l^lHt, 
Willi.-iiii TrW Siiiitli, \\\\i) \v;is hoiii .M;i\ :;, isiii^' \'l 1 1 •_':;!) 

'liny live al ( oiiiira ill \ i llr, I'l'iilisjiviiii in. 

tl \Villi;mi \'., hoi'ii I )('('('iid)('i- ]'■'>. Is7(>, nuirrii'd .liiiir 
1(), 1S97, Kli/.jilx'tli Siiiitli. w lu) \v;is horn .)iil\ L'l), 1.S72. H,. 
died I<\'hniai'y L'S. l!)(l(l. 

A'll-ltid Chihlrcn of Willi.iiii .1. .iiid I.iz/i<" f:\rcIiitoslit Dose. 

vr-<j8-c 

a Geoi-gifi, hoi-u in iS74, dicil in .May, lUll. 

Yir-liil ('hildi'cii of .M\i'on and l''dcaiii>r L. ( Lord i luinsoin. 

VI-69-a 

a ^lyra, born in 1868. inai'ficd ("licstci- Parry of Xortli 
Carolina. Xo issue. 

They live at West Lilierty. Iowa. 

b Abbie, boi'ii in 1865, iiiari'icd Professoi- K. T. 
]\rason. She died VrTT-240 

The.v lived at Coniieautville. Pennsylvania. 

c Henry 0., horn in ISliS, married ("anic i\ii-r.\-. N'o 

They live at Atalissa. Tnwa. 

d Jessie Annie, hoi-n ncai- Atlantie. Penn.sylvania. 
January 15, 1870. inariicd Au.mist 10. 18!)8, Clyde Fetter- 
man, son of Trail and .Mary Ellen Fettennan : horn No- 
veinher 28, 186!', near ( "onncaiitNillc. Pcnnsylx ania. No 
issue. 

The,v live at f'onneantvilli'. Pennsylvania. 

e I-{o])ert Freeihnu. horn l-'i'hiMiarx- 2!'. 1S72. mai'ried 

Mareh 28. 1892, at Westtichl, N.-w York, by Rev. S. 1). 

Prather, Carrie Bnrditdv, dauLthtcr of David I^^-anklyn 

and Carrie (Berdick) liurdiek ; horn Frhruary 17. 1S74, 

,at Conneautville. I'cnnsylvania \M 1 1-241 

The.v live at Connfautvillr. I'rnns,\ Ivania. 

f Mabel, born ^lareh 26. 1875, dird Septi-inhcr 80, 
1875. 

i»' Lney T.. l)orn in 1874. married Harry Burkliardt. 

Lives at Erie, Pennsylvania. 

Ji Mary Elva, born in 1877. married ^lyron Po.\"le. 

They live at Atalissa, Iowa. 



176 THE BULL FAMILY 

i Henrietta, born in 1880, married Fred Bendure. 
She died September 11, 1910. 

They lived at Erie, Pennsylvania. 

j Genie F., born in 1883, married Frank Timberlake. 

They live at West Liberty, Iowa. 

k Ida Gabrielle, born January 12, 1886, at Conneaut- 
ville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania, married at Erie, 
Pennsylvania, August 1, 1907, Myron Christian Hahn. who 
was born May 25, 1886, at Gerard, Erie County, Pennsyl- 
vania, son of Ernest and Elizabeth (Peters) Hahn VIII-242 

YII-162 Children of George B. and Delia (McDowell) Lord. 

VI-69-b 

a Henry Merrill, born January 17, 1871, died December 
26, 1895. 

b Bessie Mabel, born May 16, 1873, married January 
26, 1899, Harry B. Snow VIII-243 

They live at Oil City, Pennsylvania. 

c George Clyde, born January 7, 1879, married in In- 
dependence, Kansas, July 11, 1908, Frances Emma 
Moore ..._ .VIII-244 

d Harold Owen, born January 23, 1881, died March 13, 
1899. 

e Delia Estelle, born June 3, 1887, married May 22, 
1912, Fernand S. de Costar. 

YII-163 Children of Francis L. and Caroline L. Sterling Lord. 

VL69-C 

a Seldon E., born December 25, 1870, married May, 
1908, Inez Kennedy. 

They live at Hiram, Ohio. 

b Raymond Sterling, born April 16, 1873, married July 
5, 1899, Carrie L. Paul - - VIII-245 

They lived at Point Centre, Pennsylvania. 

c Ethel P., born August 10, 1875. married July. 1892, 
Charles Lord Walton __.. ..._VIII-246 

They lived at Centre Station, Pennsylvania. 

d Emily Grace, born December 15, 1879. married No- 
vember 9, 1900, Charles 0. McDowell -....-- .....¥111-247 

e Donna de Ette, born February 16, 1882, married 
October, 1905, Jesse G. Smith .VIII-248 

f Frances Cleveland, born March 18, 1886, married No- 
vember 11, 1915, Merle L. Bradley .*• 

g Howard F., born May 11, 1890, died October 4, 1911. 



'I'lll'] I'.ll.l, l-.WIll.V ] 



I I 



N'll-ltil ( 'liililnii ol' .loscjili I). iiii<| (ifiicc S. ( l.ord I 1 low , -I I'll. 

\'l (,!i ,■ 

;i l'](lilli .Mildred. Ikimi AipjiisI II. Is7l), ;ii K'ynd l'';inii, 
\';iii;iii<j;() Coiiiits. rciiiisyl Y;iiii;i. iii;i iricil ;il l.'ynd l'';inii 
^\|»i'il ;5(). 1I)(>."5. doliii l''f;iiikliii L;i\\ rciicc, ulio u;is Iimi-ii ;iI 
Einlciiloii, l'ciiii.s_\l\ ;iiii;i, I )ccciiit)t'r 27, 1S77 N'IIIlM!' 

'J'licy live :il .\ i-<liii(ir('. ( )N hilMuii.i. 

1» Il;in-y, honi .M;iy IS, 1881, dird .lim,. •_'.;, ISHI. 

I'.iiiicil ;il l;\ii(l I'.iiiii, \'rii:i ii^ii Ciiuiily, I 'rniiN \ l\ ;i iii.-i . 

(' Mi\\)v\ .\dcli;i, lioi'ii .M;iy (i, ISS!',, jd Ii'yml l-';ii'iii. \';m- 
an^'o Couiily, l'ciiiisyl\;iin;i, iiuii'ficd id l']iisti.s. l-'lofidu. 

'J'lii'V live ;il l.iiulsuy, C'ali I'drni;!. 

VII-lGf) Cdiildreii oL' Darius and AIarj;arL't ['>. ( 10ii^dcliaii|)t > 
Siuith. VI-7(»-a 

a Allen E., born in 1861, iiiari'icd Tillic llciTiiij,n-r. lie 
died. 

'I'licy lived :it Genessee, Illinois. Children living. 

I) Tidward J., born in 1863, niarrifnl. No issue. 

'I'licy live in Montana. 

c Laura 15., born in 1865, married. 

Plas a child named Grace. 

d Edith (iarrett, born in l.S()7. married (Jcorge 1'. Dick- 
son, who is dead. 

They lived at South Oil City, Pennsylvania. 

e Garrett W., born in 1868, married. 

f William Harry, born in 1S71, married. Xo issue. 

VII-166 Children of Francis .M. and Caroline •!. Jordan ) 
Power. \'l-7;^a 

a h]l\ira lOiiieliiie, boi'ii -June iMi, 1860, at lola. Kansas, 
unmarried. 

b Howard Lincoln, born September 6, 1862, at Tola. 
Kansas, married May li). 18!)0. Sadie Cox of Rrower. Oi-e- 
gon. He died October 23. 1908. at Marlin, Texas V 111-230 

He was a physician at Bridal A'eil, Oregon. 

c Francis Clarion, boi'ii -Inly 1!), 1864. at lola. Kansas, 
nnmarried. 

d ITarve.v Allen, born Jannarv 11, 1868. at Tola. Kan- 
sas, married at Archer City. Texas, February 18. li)00. 
Lena Leota Wolf, avIio was I)orn dune 15, 1880.*. VIII-251 

'riie\- live at .\irher City, Te.xas. 

e Maude Pearl, born January 7. 1877. at Tola. Kansas, 
married at Archer City, Texas. December 25. 181)8, All)crt 
Sydney Fonville .'. VIII-252 

Thev live at Wichita Falls, Te.xas. 



]^7S • THE BULL FAMILY 

VII-167 Children of Eobert B. and Alice (Oliver) Jordan. 

VI-73-e 

a Leona. born in 1898. 
h James, born in 1900. 
c Racliel, born in 1910. 

VII-168 Children of Samuel G. and Jennie (Demaree) Jordan. 

VI-73-e 

a Ernest Allison, born August 4, 1872, married Decem- 
ber 7, 1905, Louise Sargeant. He died October 1, 1910....VIII-253 

He was in the service of the Los Angeles Times at Los Angeles, Cali- 
fornia, and was killed when the building was partially destroyed by dynamite 
by the agents of the labor unions. 

b Clara Belle, born February 11, 1876. married August 
19, 1896, Gilbert Breckenridge VIII-25-1 

They live at Orosi. California. 

c Francis Burton, born April 15, 1878, married October 
21. 1903, Marie Hawk.: - VIII-255 

They live at Tulsa, Oklahoma. 

d Samuel Harvey, born August 16, 1880, married July 
25, 1904, Grace Jones - - - - -VIII-2r.(l 

They live at Modesto, California. 

VII-169 Children of Samuel G. and Deborah (Brown) Jordan. 

VI-73-e 

a Lewis, died in infancy. 

b Albert Wilson, born December 7. 1894, at Sand 
Springs, Oklahoma. 

c Roscoe Esmond, born January 20, 1896, at Orosi, 
California. 

d Olin, born January 7, 1898. at Sand Springs, Okla- 
homa. 

VII-170 Children of John 0. W. and Laura C. (Jordan) Howard. 

VI-73-f 

a Infant, died at birth. 

b Elvira Loretta, born October 18, 1872, married (1) 
September, 1890, Rev. George B. Knake. He died in 
1892 - .-.- - - VIII-257 

Married (2) June 29, 1896, Corwin P. Day...- __.VIII-258 

They live at Colony, Kansas. 

c Cliffie Leona. born January 26, 1875, married August 
31, 1893, John H. Chilcote..: - VIII-259 

They live at Carlyle, Kansas. 

d Infant, died at birth. 

e Caroline Jane, born September 15. 1878, married 
May 15, 1901, Lewis Mogel -... VIII-260 

f Samuel ^lorton. born July 2, 1880, died January 10, 
1881. 



'I' UK 111 1,1, I'WIILV 179 

H' Os^'ood Iniliiil, horn ()rl()l)(i- >. Iss]. nijirrifd .\i-llif 
I'uZvrs \'III 2«;i 

li I'x'ssic M;ic. iMini I )i'i-ciiilicr .'>. lss;i. iii;i i-fi'-il K.-li- 
IMIJII'V 1, 11)11, ll;iir\ (ii'icoc. She died Nov rinlMi- •_'•_'. IDll. 
No issue. 

i -lollll K(t\', l)()lli S('lit(iiil>(i- L'7. iSS,'), iiniirird id;i 
MlllIlM .'. '....- \lll li(ili 

\'ll-171 ( Miildi'cii ol' -lohii II. ;iiii| •l.iiic i .Mr( '|r;ii'\- Ihiincs. 

\'l-74-ji 

a C'li;ii-lrs Sidcrs. lioMi .\ii^iist I'l. l^.')!!, ;il r.r;iiiy's 
Bend. rciiiis\l\;iiii;i. iiiiiiTird .M;iy i' 1 . 1S!)(). Mlrjiiior .\''\- 
iiijin of r>iillci', l'ciiiis\l\;iiii;i V^lll-2»):{ 

'I'lii'.v livi' iit liutlcr, rciinsy lv:iMi:i. 

1) Francis Mnrcli, born Mardi iT), iSlll. died ;it Kort 
Wortli, Texas, uniiiiii'ricd, .liiiic 1. inOf). 

lie studied at Boston, Miissiicliiist'tts, and received the Kold medal of the 
Clianniii}; Hall .Association. He graduated at the Massachusetts Institute of 
TechiioloKy in 1S.S:{. He was vice-president of the Kort Worth and Dallas 
Klectric Kailroad at the time of his death. He is Ijuried in Forest Hill ceme- 
tery, Boston, Massachusetts. 

e Alon/,0 Jolinson, born July 22, 1865, niarrii'd .luiif 
29, 18!)9. Belle Bronson of Elyria, Ohio. 

He was a graduate of the Massachusetts Instittite of Technology. He was 
auditor of the Dominion Sfeel and Iron Company of Sydney, N'ova Sioti.i. 

VIT-172 riiildren of Oeoro-e TT. ;iiid :\r,ir1li:i K. (Smitli ' liivw.ster. 

vi-7r,-i) 

a Carrie A., unmarried. 

She lives at Mankato, Minnesota. 

b George S., died in iid'jincy. 
c Grace M.. uiniwirried. 

Slie lives at Mankato. .Minnesota. 

yiI-178 Cliildren of Keubcn and M;ir\- .\. iSniitli ( i.-irdiifi-. 

\'l-7.')-.- 

a Edward Everett, born October lo. 18()7. umnafrifil. 

He lives at Metalcnc', Wasliiimi (Hi. 

1) Harvey LeKoy, boi'ii Au<4ust 2;!. 1S71, in.inird .No- 
vember 6, 1900, Sarah Mary Finlay. lie die.l May 4. 1!»08. 
No issue. 

e Frank Worth, born at Tviver Falls, Wisconsin. Feb- 
ruary 20, 1878, married at Seattle. AVashiiiirton, June 8. 
1910, Myrtle Irene Paul, dauiihter of Charles Caleb and 
Caroline Marie (Rosenstihl ) Paul, born .Inly 27. 1887*....VIir-2ti4 

They live at Seattle, Washington. 

*Caleb Charles Paul, son of C. ( '. Patil. was born at Cooperstown. Xew York. December S. 
1S.")0, married January 1, 1S77. Caroline Maria Kosenslihl at Zena, Nebraska. .She was born 
December 17, 185."), at Fettermont, Viiginia. 



180 



THE BULL FAMILY 




ST. MARY'S CHURCH 

IV-4-e 

(Page 22) 

y 11-174 Children of Daniel H. and Sarah J. (Jordan) Buck- 
waiter. VI-76-a 

a Bessie A., born April 23, 1862, married December 
27, 1882, Orlando S. Roberts.. - ..VIII-265 

They live at Havre, Montana. 

b Rebecca J., born November 19, 1864, married Feb- 
ruary 3. 1883, William W. Crawford..... ...yiII-266 

They live at Vancouver, British Columbia. 

c ]\Iathew, born in July, 1865, died in 1866. 

d ]Mollie B., born January 13, 1867, married December 
21, 1893, Russell A. Anderson, who was born February 23, 
1865 - - - ...VIII-267 

They live at Eden Prairie, Minnesota. 

e Harrie S., born March 11, 1869, married June 30, 
1898, Nettie . No issue. 

They live at Minneapolis, Minnesota. 

f Carrie Belle, born November 23, 1870, married Sep- 
tember 24, 1889, Thomas Neil Vessey, who was born June 
10,1864..: - ...VIII-268 

They live at Vancouver, Washington. 



Till': I'.rij, I'AMii.v 181 

n- ()r\illc I"'.. Imni .liiiiii;irv 7, I'^T-l. iii;i i-ricil Aiilmi^I I. 
1S!)S. Crliii I '.I net I \l I l-2<;!) 

Ill' spi'lls 11,'iiri' I '.iiiikw'.'i ll IT, ;iM(l llii'v li\i' ill M iiini'ii|i(iliH, MitiiioHotn, 

li 1. Sjiriili .Iniic, lioni ;it Sliippiiw. Wisconsin. N'ovcm- 
I)(T .'), lS7(i, iii;in-i«Ml h\'l)ni;ii-y I!). IS!)."). Srlli I'rtn- Collirlli. 
who w.is lioi'ii ;il W'.'irnii, Wisconsin. Dcccniltcr ](), lsT:i \' I I i L'T" 

'I'liry livr ,-1 1 \\;ii-|i'ii. W isriiiisi ii, 

l2. I'.crl. i)orn Xo\-cniI)cf .">, iSTi;, died .Inly .'>. !s77. 

A'II-17.") ('iiildrcii ol' (icoi'u'c S. .-ind ('.iroliiic i.lord;iiii I'lnicrirli. 

\'I 7li;i 
;i Mollic, horn in 1S7:). niiii-ricd (icorj^c 1\. liodj,MTs \' 11 I L'71 

'I'lii'v live lit Port Ro.N'.il, .liiiii;i(ii County, Pennsylvania. 

1) (ieorg'e. Ixu-n in ISIili. 

lie livrd :i t niiHiniiiiiji (in. Illinois. 

Vri-1 7(> ( 'hihli'cii (ti' .\inos {',. and Midi ic i AVharlon i .lor(K-in. 

vi-7i;d) 

a Flora A., born in ISti!). married Caleb li. lianta. 

They live :it Lognnsport, Indiana. 

1) Carrie B.. l)orn in 1871. married Charles C. Kistler. 

Thoy lived at Riiyal Centi-c, Indiana. 

c A. Grace, horn in 1873, married Otto L. Fultz. 

They lived at Lcisansport, Indiana. 

d Pearl, born in 1879. 

VlI-177 Children of Sanniel Iv. and Elizabeth ]•]. (Joi'dant 
Deckard. VI-7tJ-e 

a TTarrv Jordan. l>orn .Vpril 10, 1860. nianicd Septem- 
ber 19, 1889, Margaret A. Murray, born :\larcli •_'7. I^C^ \'Ill--_'72 

They live at jNlarysviUe, Pennsylvania. 

b Nila Clarion, born Aiig-nst 31, 1871. married Septem- 
ber 8, 1889, .John X. K'oiish, She died Kcbniary ll'. lUlii \'ilI--J73 

c Infant, boi'ii in .\pril, 1S73, died in infancy, 
d Eebekah North, boi-n .Iniie '20. 1874. mai'ried Sc|>tciii- 
ber 27. 1892, Wilson W. Kitlcr V 11 1 271 

VI-178 Children of •Icronic 1\. and .\inic ^\ . i'-T(n-datr Kerch- 
iier. \ l-7t)-d 

a Edii'ar. born in 1871. married Minnie McDonnell. 

1) Sallie B. 

e Eebeeea, boi-n in 1S77. 

d Harry, born in 187!'. 

e ^Minnie, born in 1886. 

YII-179 Children of Dr. .John and Sarah K. (.lordain Wirt. 

Vl-77-a 

a Francis Jordan, born -Inly 14, 1865. 



182 THE BULL FAMILY 

A'II-180 Children of Clarke E. and Grace L. (Jordan) Twanley. 

VI-78-a 

a Floyd John, born September 17, 1892. 

b Oliva LaVerne, born July 10, 1894, married June 15, 
1915, Victor Leland ]\Iaydin. 

c Anna Gertrude, born September 5, 1896, married Feb- 
ruary 3, 1916, Ray John Kaskie. 

d Eva Mildred, born April 27, 1898. 

e Clifford Hume, born February 19, 1900. 

f Harold Jordan, born March 9, 1902. 

g Edith Ruth, born March 31. 1904. died October 31, 
1906. 

h Mary Irene, born November 28, 1909. 

VII-181 Children of Charles B. and M. Eva (Jordan) Gipson. 

VI-78-C 
a Charles Linn, born March 8, 1896. 
b Walter Ben, born October 6, 1897. 
c John Claude, born July 4, 1899. 
d Theodore, born October 19, 1901. 
e Ralph Jordan, born July 10, 1903. 
f Herbert Leslie, born April 8, 1905. 
g Wellington, born July 10, 1906. 
h ]\Iarv Eleanor, born September 29. 1910. 
i Charles, born October 29, 1912. 

YII-182 Children of John and Mary C. (Jordan) Twanley. 

VI-78-d 

a Grace Esther, born November 5, 1907. 

b Belle Ethel, born August 26, 1909, died in infancy. 

c Florence, born January 11, 1911, died in infancy. 

d John Hume, born February 1, 1912. 

e Blanche LaVerne, born January 1. 1914. 

f Alta. born March 5, 1916. 

VII-183 Children of Charles E. and Jessie M. (Roberts) Morse. 

VI-79-b 

a Helen Roberts, born December 4, 1892, at Indianap- 
olis, Indiana. 

She grarluated with, the degree of A. B. in 191.") at the University of 
Michigan. She lives at Niles, Michigan, and Chicago, Illinois. 

b Mildred Meredith, born November 12, 1895, at Indian- 
apolis, Indiana. 

She graduated I'nth the deeree of A. B. at the University of Michigan in 
1017. She lives in Chicago, Illinois. 

VII-184 Children of Demus W. and Blanche (Roberts) Grippen. 

VI-79-C 

a Bruce Roberts, born October 30, 1900, at Winnebago, 
Illinois. 

He lives at Mason City, Iowa. 



'I'llh; 111 1,1, lAMII.V 183 

li ('h.ii'Ics Mcndil h. hofii Xovniihci- In, r.ti)7, ;it Mjison 
('ity, l()\\;i. 

V K'o^vr \V;ill;icr. liorii .\l;iy L'L'. lUln, ;it .\I;is<)ii ( 'itv. 
Town. 

il |)cimis W'jisimis III. horn I )r('ciiilicr ■_'!. I'.ill, ;il 
..Mjisoii ( 'il \ , low ;i. 

\ [\ !>«.") Children of Sjinnicl II. ;iii<l K;it luirim- S. ( .MnrMr i 

Roberts. Vl-7!t-.l 

a. SticfWdod. Iioni .M.ircli "_'t. l!il.!. ;it < 'hicji'jn. Illiimis. 

li Sjimiii'l .M (■ red i t II. Itnni ( )i-| oIiit L'. 1 !»1 ."), ;it Mx-jiriston. 

llliiidis. 

Vll-lSli (diildivii (d' .Mtivd T. iiiid Xcllir .Siiiiili l:.d..Tts. 

VI-SO-I. 
a Frank Mdwanl, lioru May S, 1S77, at \\'inni'l)a'_'o. 
Illinois, died .luly 12, 1877. 

He is buried iit Winnebagi). Illiiidis. 

h St(dla Claudino. l)orn Jniic S. 187S. at Winni'l.airi). 
Illinois, niai'ricd Xovctnhcr 14. IDOO, (icoryc l^"'()rl»cs Piiinn. 
son of William and -liilia (Jarvis) l>nnn; hoi'ii Api'ij ".Iii. 
1879. at Byron. Illinois VlII-L'7r) 

Thoy livofl at P>.\r(in. Illinois. 

e Henry Brown. l)orn Annnst 15. 188ii, at l-lliila. Illi- 
nois, married February 1.1. lilld. Fditli Iluidrr. daughter of 
Hon. David and Sarah ((Junsaulus) Hunter; born July "J!*, 
1884, in Guilford Township. AViiniebairo County, Illinois .\' 1 1 1--!7») 

Tht'V lived at Rockfoid. Uliiinis. linn. David Hunter was niany year> 
a representative in the Tllinois letcislature. 

d William Homer, born S(^])tcnd»cr iNi. 188;^, at Hlida, 
Illinois, married IMaiiche Wriulit. daiiLihter of .Tolin and 
]\Iary (Ilomei-) Wrig-ht. born Aiii^nst :!1. ISSl. at Wiinie- 
bago, Illinois VII I-l'77 

They live in .loliet. Ulinois. 

e Lena IJelle. born Xo\fmbrr li>. 188(), at Klida. 
Illinois. 

She lives at Luns Beaeh. ( aliforuia. 

f 1. Harry Cl.vde, born .May 7. 188!). at Klida. Illinois. 

He has enlisted in Company 'S.\. Coast .\rtillery. stationed at Fort Mr- 
Arthur, San Pedro. Califorria. 

2. Thomas CliU'ord. born May 7. 1889. at Klida, Illi- 
• nois. 

lie lives at l,on<; Beach. California. 

g 1. Fred AVliite. born February 1.'). ls!»2. at Klida. 
Illinois, married •Inne 2. 11117. Cora Lewis X'iducr of Los 
Angeles, California, daughter of Samuel aiul !May t Wash- 
burn) Vidger. born at Fargo. North Dakota. Ma.\- LL 1892. 

They live at l,on<r Beaeh. California. 

2. Fay Smith, born February 1."). 181)2. al Klida. 
Illinois, died September 20. 1892. 

He is buried al Winnebago, Illinois. 



184 THE BULL, FAMILY 

YII-187 Children of John E. and Mary P. (Roberts) Compton. 

VI-80-C 

a Vera Lncille, born October 26, 1888, at Burrit, "Win- 
nebago County, Illinois, married October 4, 1911, Frank 
Emery, son of Grant Samuel and Isabella (Spencer) 
Emerv, born in Scipio Township, Hillsdale County. ]\Iichi- 
gan L - - - - -VIII-278 

They live at Winnebago, Illinois. 

b Genevieve, born August 9, 1891, at Burritt, Winne- 
bago County, Illinois. 

She lives at Winnebago and Rockford, Illinois. 

c Elmer Carlyle, born November 4, 1891:, at Winnebago, 
Illinois. 

He lives at Rockford, Illinois. 

d Albert Edward, born May 2, 1898, at Winnebago, 
Illinois. 

He lives at Rockford, Illinois. 

YII-188 Children of Edward and Leonora M. (Miller) Roberts. 

VI-80-d 

a Allan Miller, born December 12, 1900. at Elida, Illi- 
 nois. 

He lives at Rockford, Illinois. 

b Eleanor, born August 4, 1903, at Elida, Illinois, 
c Roland Karl, born May 7, 1906, at Elida, Illinois. 

VII-189 Children of John and ]Mattie (Okeson) Williams. 

VI-81-a 
a LeRoy, born in 1892. 

VII-190 Children of Charles and Mary E (Diven) Silverthorne. 

VI-82-a 

a Mary Grace, died January 10. 1885. 

VII-191 Children of William H. and Alice (Cornelius) Diven. 

VI-82-d 

a Ira C, born January 27, 1891, married Ai^ril, 1913, • 
Josie Wilkins of Chaffee, New York. 

b Lemuel Jesse, born September 17, 1893, married 
October, 1913, ]Mildred Murphy of Shade Gap, Pennsyl- 
vania. 

c ]\Iai-tha Rebecca, born November 10, 1895, died Feb- 
ruary 9, 1896. 

d Alice Ruth, born August 21, 1897. 



Tllh; mi, I, lA.MILY 185 

Vir-l!|-J ChiMlTIl uf I);illlr| ;in,| I'lli/;, A. 'I'.lllh l-";ir|<Irr. 

;i Lewis llciifv, horn in ]s.')S nwifrii-d Katif .May 
Sp.-inulcr, (IjiH'jtitcr (t\' Solnmon and ('allirriin- <\/,\\i) 
Span.iilri', l.oi'n in lS(i!) \'III--_'7!» 

'I'lii'v live in Vi>rl<, I'cmisylviiniii. wlicic lie is n prai'licini; pliyHiciiin. (If 
ttriuluiilcil ill .IclViTsoii Ciilli'i;!', IMiiliKlclpliiii, I'l'iiiisylviiiiiii, with llif (li'icrfi- of 
M. 1). She is (li'scciidcd t'ldiii tlif oldest Spiitiijlcr si-lllrr in York ('oiiiity, ami 
her nnccstors wcri' pniiiiiiii'iit in llic ('oloiiiiil liistory of tlii- i-oiinty, mid In 

tliiil of till' Ki'vnliil i<iii,-iry \\':ir. 

h Mai'\- Iv, linrn in 1 Sd ] in.i nird William (\ l'"iidv, who 
was hoi'n i'n lS!i(l. She died in llM:', VIII-280 

'I'hi'v livrd ill Y(irl<, I'ciiiisy lv.iiii;i. 

(' .Inlui AniMistns, hoi-n -lannary tl, ISfir?, marrird Lni-y 
l^oosc. daimldcr of DaYid and Elizal>c'th lioosu, hoi'ii 
Dec. nd).M- :Vo, 1867 ¥111-281 

Tlicy lived ;it Dover, "^'ork roiiiily. I'eiinvylv.-iiiia. 

d Kate A.. l)OVii in ISdd. died in l!t()2. 
e (ieorue AV.. horn in iStiT. uiari'ied Carrie Xeimaii. 
He died Deeeml)er 14, 11)17 VIII-2S-_> 

They lived in Koiinoke, Virginia. 

f Elizabeth, 1)orn in 1S71, in.iri'ied Dniiiel (Iraid .^Fecls'- 
ley. Avho was l)orn in 1868 \' 111-283 

'riii'\ lived :it York, reiiiisylvanin. 

\'1M!);) Children of llenrv and Mathilda (Bnllj Burns. 

A^I-83-c 

a ]\Iary Jane. l)oi'n in 1S()7. nianied Adam Spotz. who 
was born in 1S4!). Siie died in l!n7 Vni--J^4 

Tlicx lived at York, I'eiiiisvl vaiiia. 

1) Emma, liorn in 186!), married Thomas EnswiU-r. who 
was born in 1S65. Xo issue. 

e 1(1,1 Kate, Itoi'ii in l>i71. m.irried -lolin Il.imen. Xo 
issue. 

They live in Dallas, Te.xas. 

A^TMOl Children and :\Iartha fl^ull > llonTs. Vl-S4-b 

a Hurley. 
1) Eillian. 

AHI-195 Children of Kol)ert E. and Susan M. ( Diek Kunkle. 

VI-Sr)-a 

a Ella, born in 1862, marrii'd Edw.ird -1. Winters. 

They live nt Hartford City, Tn<liana. 

b Flora, l)orn in iSlil. married Sidney W. Cantwell. 

The,\- live at llartl'oiil Cil.N'. Indiana. 

VII-196 Children of Amos and .\liee !Hinkle) Kunkle. A^I-8o-b 

a Elizabeth, born .Mareh 24. 1S72. marritnl Georire 
Alatbias. Imi'u April 2.'). 1864 VIII-285 



]S6 THE BULL FAMILY 

b William, born December 14, 1873, married Hattie 
Spaugier. 

e Mary, born January 9, 1876, died February 29, 1876. 
d George, born January 18, 1877, married Lizzie 
Keggie. 

e Elsie, born July 24, 1879, married Alf. Stone. 
f Ehvood. born October 8, 1881. 
g- Sarah, born April 11, 1883, died same day. 
h John, born March 31, 1884, died June 2, 1884. 
i Roy, born August 22, 1886, married Jennie Clark, 
j Alpha, born November 1, 1888, married Lily Gilbert, 
k Bessie, born November 27, 1890, married Harry 
Brown. 

1 Eddie, born January- 1, 1893. 

YII-197 Children of Zacharias and Sarah (Kunkle) ]\Iyers. 

VI-85-d 

a Charles A., born in 1865, married Etta M. Dapp. 

They live in Sheldon, Iowa. 

b Sadie, born in 1868, married W. Edgar Scott. 

They live in Cherokee, Iowa. 

c Albert C, born in 1870. 

d Susie, born in 1876. 

e George B., born in 1878. 

f Harrv B., born in 1880. 

g W. Earl, born in 1884. 

h H. Gail, born in 1886. 

riI-198 Children of Josiah and Lydia (Stair) Eshenour. VI-86-a 

a Solomon, married (has one child) . - 
b Jeremiah, unmarried. 

He lives near Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. R. D. Xo. 1, box .32. 

c Ephraim, married (has children) . 
d Edward. 

He lives at Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. 

e Lawrence, 
f Lillie. 

She lives at home, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. 

VII-199 Children of William and (Hoopes) Stair. 

VI-86-b 

a William, 

b Nora. 

c Alda, married Laird. 

d Harry. 

VII-20a Children of Daniel and Harriet (Tetter) Stair. VI-86-e 

a (daughter). 

b (daughter). 



TIIIO I'.l 1,1, I'AMILY 197 

A'll-L'nl ('liildirii of ,111(1 lliiiiii;! fSl.iif) Kslit'iioiir. 

;i Kjihrr. 

II.' Ii\cs ;il I III nisliiiri;', 1 'en iisy l\ a iii;i. 

VIl-lidLl ( 'liildi'cii (if 'riicuddiT ;i 11(1 A iii;in(l,i ((iriiiiim (lc(»ss. 

\'l-s7.|. 
;i I>;i\\i"('iicc Andrews. Iiofii in iSSi;. iii;iiTic(| Myrtle 
Slrinc VIIl-2>t» 

'I'lu'x live 111 Ool(lsl)or(i, Tcrmsylviini,!. He Icnclics schnol. lit- is a ktikI- 

iialc cii' y nvU ('(iiiiily Acailiiiiy. 

1) Snnuiel Afpliihi. hocn in ISSS. iii;ii-i'ied <if;ieie Sipe, 
Ixjrii in IS!).'). 

They live iit Mani-licsl ci-, rcimsylv.-uiia. 

(' l"]!mn;i Kate, ])orn in 181)4. iiuii'i'ied i'ldwin I'.ower. son 
of A\'illi;iiM iind Clnrn (Ci-otici Piowef. lie is ;i dcjiuirlits- 
nian. 

Vri-208 Children of .lolin and Anne i UMiodesj .Maelliorn. \'l-SO-a 

a Albei't. l)oi-n in 1 STO. 

1) I'^dwin 11.. l)(>rn in IST^l 

e Ellen 1\. horn in 187:5. 

d John F., horn in ISTfi. 

e Laui'a A.. l)orn in 1871). 

f Sadie ().. hoi-n in 1881. 

g (darenee C, horn in 1883. 

h Annie K.. horn in 188."). 

i Charles C., horn in 1887. 

.i Cora E.. horn in 188!). 

k P^mnia 1*1., horn in 1890. 

VII-201: Children of Le\i 15. ;ind Enmia Rhodesi .Maelliorn. 

vi-8:)-b 

a Zehnlon P.. Iiorn in 1871. niai'rie(l .\nna Lnst. who was 
horn in 1887. 

h Marv S.. horn in 187"_', uiari'ied -lohn Kihliler. who was 
horn in 1869 .1 VIII-287 

c Sanniel C.. l)orn in 187!). married .Mauui,. Hoover VIII-288 

d Susie, horn in 1881. 

e Janies X.. hoi'ii in 1884. iiiarrie(| hdorenee MeCann. 
who was horn in 1882 VIlI-28!) 

f Henrv H.. horn in 1887, married Frances S. Sterlinjr. 
who was horn in 1889 VI 1 1-290 

g Nora L., horn in 1889. luai'ried Charles Bueher. who 
was horn in 1887 VIII-291 

h Nettie S.. horn in 1891. 



188 THE BULL FAMILY 

VII-205 Children of AVilliam B. and Mary A. (Metzgar) Mael- 
horn. VI-89-d 

a Sarah, born in 1876. 
b Annie, born in 1880. 
c Catherine, born in 1882. 
d Elizabeth, born in 1886, married David Hubley, who 

was born in 1879 __ - - VIII-292 

e Mary, born in 1888, married Leroy Garman, who was 

^ born in 1890 - -.- - VIII-293 

f Dalvin, born in 1890, married Annie Brosy, who was 

born in 1888 - - - --- ¥111-294 

g Emma, born in 1892. 
h 1. William, born in 1896. 
2. John, born in 1896. 

YII-206 Children of Jacob B. and Amanda (Shepp) I\raelhorn. 

VI-89-e 

a Minnie M., born in 1876, married (1) Charles Eife.-VIII-295 

Married (2) James Fake VIII-296 

They live at Mt. Wolf, Pennsylvania. 

b William Henry, born in 1877, unmarried. 

c Mary Alice, born in 1880, married Israel Gross _...VIII-297 

d Sadie Ellen, born in 1884, married Jacob King_. VIII-298 

They live at Star View, Pennsylvania. 

e Alfred Harvey, born in 1888, married Minnie  Sweit- 
zer --- - VIII-299 

f 1. Amanda, born in 1892, married Cyrus Lehigh.. ..VIII-300 
2. Jacob, born in 1892. 

g Fannie Edith, born in 1893, married Gray 

(in U. S. Army). 

YII-207 Children of Andrew B. and Caroline (Hartman) Mael- 
horn. VI-89-f 

a Clayton H., born in 1882. 
b Carrie H., born in 1885. 
c Lillie H., born in 1887. 

YII-208 Children of William and Leah (Maelhorn) Richcreek. 

VI-89-g 

a Paul. 

VII-209 Children of Benjamin and Anna (Maelhorn) Myers. 

VI-89-h 

a Lillian, born in 1883, married Frank Gross. 

b Earl, born in 1891, married Bertha Heindel. 



'I'lil'l iniJ. I''.\.\I1I,V 189 

VTT -21(1 Cliildnn <.r h'l-.-iiikliii Iv.umI Ali.-,. M. - SliiirlTrf , l-lism- 
li.irl. VI-!ll-(| 
;i W'illi.iiii llciiry, Ixiiii -Inly l!1, l.ssii. niarrird Mal'garft 
L. (ii-ilTilli. who \v;is lioni Api-il If). 1887 VIII-^Ol 

'I'lii'N livr in ^■|■l•k, I'l'iuisx Iviiniii, wlii'ir lir is iclli-r ni iIm- Kirnt NnlionnI 

l;,-iiik. 

A'I1--J11 Cllildivii of .lollli !•'. ;ili(| I)rlil;i K'rrs.T. S!:;irrr.'f. 

;i .Mniiiii'. Iiorii in ISSS. 

It 1 lowjird. hoi'ii ill 1 >^f'1 . 

<■ ( ici'lrudc K., horn in ISI) I. 

(1 draco A. 

e Ksllici- I-:. 

f Wilhiif A. 

o- Floyd \l. 

VTT--212 diildivn of William 11. and Ida (Ohland.T^, SliarlV.-r. 

VT-!n -L' 

a IK'U'ii A.. died . 

b Catherine L., , died — . 

(• Pauline (i.. married riicstcr Boyer VIII-:?02 

d Xeviii V. 

e Franklin E. 

f Richard W. 

g ]\rare:aret E. 

h Clara E. 

i Evelyn jNT. 

VII-213 Children oL' Waller .1. and Marv J. (Shaeifer) Arndt. 

Vl-Ol-h 
a Albert, 
b Adam, 
c INIaaraie E. 
d Walter J. 

VII-21-t Children of Constantinc -1. and C. Alice (Schrivcr) 
Shaeffer YI-91-i 

a AVilliam H.. born in 1^01. 
b Ciordon. 

YII-215 Children of llarrv E. and Flora J. ^Shaeffer^ Tiii-nladl. 

VI-91-.i 
a Wallace, 
b Eichard. 
e Harry, 
d John. 

VII-216 Children of xVmos R. and Mau-o-ie 'SI. (Shaeffer) Shaef- 
fer. VI-!) Id 

a Ethel. 
b Florence. 



190 THE BULL FAMILY 

VII-217 Children of Clarence B. and Cora (Tolman) Wilt. 

VI-92-a 
a Winfield. 

VII-218 Children of John and Elizabeth (Benedict) Quickel. 

VI-93-b 

a Ellen E., married Gleason Deardorff VIII-303 

Thev live at Dallestown, York County, Pennsylvania. 

b Oliver _ VIII-304 

They live at Hanover, Pennsylvania. 

c Sadie. 

She lives at East Berlin, Adams County, Pennsylvania. 

d George. 

He lives at the old home in East Berlin, Adams County, Pennsylvania. 

VII-219 Children of Samuel "W. and Kate (Hoover) Hykes. 

VI-94-a 
a Edgar S., born May 26, 1878, married January 25. 
1901. Susie Cunningham... VIII-305 

b Mary E.. born March 31^ 1879. married August 24, 
1901, Conrad Julius VIII-306 

c William H., born December 1. 1882, married March 
22, 1909, Minnie McCloskey VIII-307 

d Annie K., born September 25, 1884, married Septem- 
ber 30, 1906, Charles H. Little VIII-308 

e Elizabeth H.. born March 27, 1888, married October 
. 12, 1912, John Bush VIII-309 

f Caroline M., born January 12, 1890, married Jan- 
uary 12, 1910, Chester Gross VIII-310 

g Albert Rov, born July 24, 1892, married March 16. 
1914, Bertha Emig VIII-311 



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YII-220 Children of Augustus D. and Carrie (Shettle) Hoover. 

VI-94-b 

a Elizabeth Shettle, born April 12, 1889, married Ray- 
mond Gemmil \ VIII-312 

b Clarence Shettle, born in 1892, married Minerva 
Trone VIII-313 

VII-221 Children of Philip S. and Rebecca A. (Hoover) Quickel. 

VI-94-C 
a Frederick Hoover, born in 1887, married Olive For- 
paugh ;. VIII-314 

She is a granddaughter of Adam Porpaugh, the great circus exhibitor. 
They live at Crow's Point, Indiana. 

VII-222 Children of Smith and Esther A. (Bull) Newall. 

VI-95-a 
a Mary Emily, born August 24, 1882. • 
b Lorena ^May, born ]May 31, 1885. 



Till-; I'.ri.i, I'AMihY liti 

(• Ida rcarl. \h)\i\ I )rccii:lifi- lH, ISSj. 

,1 Ddii/clla, lM)iti l''rliniai'y I'L'. ISilO. iii;in-i.-(| in \U\:', \' 1 11.315 

(■ Iv'iith Mslhrr, iMini ni iSHi'. 

VI1-L'L>:{ Cliildrcii (.!' llriii\- A. and S. Cal lininr I I'.iill i l'.;irl<l.-v. 

vi-!i:.-c 

a William Ilcnrx'. liorn NOxciiilirr (l, issi'. niari'ii'd No 
Vcnili.T (;. 1!MI7. Kloss Iv SlaiT Vlll-i'.lti 

I) \']-A\-\ Alcxaiidrr. horn Scptciidici- 4, 1H84. marriod M i 
April ;>(), 1!)()I(. ('ai'ric li-cnc Lauliani, who was horn -lan- 
nar\' (i. ISSS. and died No\rMihrr 11, IIMIK. No issm-. 

^iarri^ll ( 1' ) ( )ctohrr :>. IIM. Lollir Iv Mai-ion \'III-:;17 

VII--J24 Cliildrcn of -laspci' and l^nnia F. ( I'.nll Wriu'lit. 

\'I-!):.-d 
a Rov, horn Mav 10. 187!). injiia-icd I.nhi Jramttc Sam- 
ple, llc'dicd Dfccmlu-i- 2."). li)17 VIII.:n« 

1) Ijillic May, horn I)eeeml)er 2, 1888. imuTicd George E. 
Hershmaii. who was born June 29, 1884 VIII-319 

Tlu'v livi' ;it C'r(i\v's I'diiit, IiuliMiia. 

VII-225 Childivn olMohn .M. and Lihhy F. (Hall' I'.ull. \'l-li.'.-e 
a .Mary E.. boi'n in 1894. married AVolcott. 

Tlicy livi^ at Elnia, ^Missouri. 

VII-226 Childivu of Charles C. and Fillir AF. (Bull) Carter. 

VI-95-f 

a Charles, died in infancy. 

b Emma Frances, born -Tunc 29. 188n. married Morton 

Frye VIII-:120 

e Paul, born in 1894. 

VIT-227 Children of TTari'v C. and Anna K. . Miller • Zeiuder. 

VI-9i;-a 

a William Francis, born -lune G, 1881. married .Mary 
Axe. who was born in 1S81. 

b Harry Creitzman, horn -Inly 1, 1882. mari-ied liertlia 
Grace Ilenze. born Sejitember U, 1879 VI 1 1-321 

They live in York, Pennsylvania, where he is American Railwa.v Express 
agent. 

c Ealph :\Iiller, born :\Iay 27, 1885. 

He is a civil engineer and is now corporal in Company D of the 41st l'. S. 
Engineers in the American Expeditionary Force in France. 

d Paul Edwin, born December 22. 1890. 

He is Captain of Headquarters Company, 112th Regiment. V. S. Infantry, 
with the American ExiuMlitinnary Force in France. He has been cited for 
promotion to Ma.ior. 

e Charles Lewis, boiai -Inne l.'i. 18112. married November 
25. 1915. Mary Jane Harleil. He ilied November. 1918. at 
}'hiladeli)hia. Pennsylvania. 



192 



THE BULL FAMILY 



f Helen Elizabeth, born February 6, 1896. 

g George Eveland, born June 15, 1899, married in 1918 
Belle Wilson, who was born in New Brunswick, Canada, in 
1899. 

They live in Lawrence, Massachusetts. He is enlisted in the U. S. 
Corps, and is assigned to U. S. S. "Seattle". 

YII-228 Children of William H. and Sarah J. (Yost) :\riller. 

VI-96-b 

a Clara Elizabeth, born June 13, 1882, married in St. 
Paul's Lutheran Church, York, Pennsylvania, by the Kev. 
Clinton E. Walter, November 15, 1910, Joseph Edward 
AYayne, son of Edward Francis and Jennie Clevenger 
(Schober) Wayne, born June 25, 1885. 

He is superintendent of the York Railways Company at York, Pennsyl- 
vania. He is descended from Captain Anthony Wayne, first of that family to 
settle in America, and who was the grandfather of General Anthony Wayne of 
the Revolutionary War. (See Appendix.) She was educated at the York 
Collegiate Institute, and at the Wheaton Seminary, Norton, Massachusetts. 

b George Lewis, born January 3, 1886. married July 12, 
1915. Sarah Elizabeth Bennett, daughter of John Henry 
and Alargaret Ann (Trout) Bennett, born December 21. 
1895 - - - ---VIII-322 

Thev live in York, Pennsylvania, where he is a member of the firm of 
W. H. Miller & Son. Note — IBennett was originally Bennington of England. 

YII-229 Children of W^illiam and Mary (Wilson) Shade. 

YL97-a 

a Esther, died in infancy. 

b Helen. 

YII-230 Children of John and Alatilda (Wilson) Smith. 

YI-97-b 

a Clark. 



YII-231 Children of William and Alice (Crumbling) Wilson. 

YI-97-C 

a Fred, 
b Henry. 

YII-232 Children of Alexander and Annie (Wilson) Bollinger. 

YL97-d 

a Clarence. 

b Elizabeth! 

c Carrie. 

d Ealph. 

e William. 

f George. 

g Piuth. 



'I'lli: I'.riJ- I'WMII.V 103 

Vll-L';!:'. ChildiTii of .)ii.l-v .1. l;. ;m,| 111 i/;il.r| li 'I". AihI.tv.u 
Woollrii. \'l-:»S.h 
11 Mjii'V ( 'oliimhi.i, lidiii -Inly 7, iS.'iS. ni.n-rii'd ( (cloKir- 
It, 1S7!I. I)r. ('Iijirlcs I Icii.j.-iiiiiii .\l(isclr.\-, who \\;is Imrn ]■'>■]> 
ni;uy li'. is.ll. niid died .M;i\- :;, iMi:; \'l 1 1 :;•_':; 

'V\\r\ li\r(l ;ii AurciT'ii, 'ri'\;is, wlirii' hi' |ii-iic( iced modicino nixtcopn ypor-t, 

111' i(Tci\r(l 111,' ilc-ic,. (,r M, I), (y Ill,, l.duisviilc (Ki'titiickv) Mcdinil ('..I 

Icnc ill INTT. 



1) 'Plioiii.-is I'.i'ii.i.-iiiilii, lioni ill ISIIO. dird in Isi;.'). 

VII-2:54 Childivii of Willinm Iv ;iiid Mli/.alirl h .1. .Woollrn An- 
dci'soii 1 ( 'only. \' I-!»S-|, 

;i l*]d\\;ii'd Wilson, horn in iSlil). died in iSTi). 

1) Maltic Im'II. Iiorn April 4, iSTl^, iii;iirird \(»vriiil)i'i- 
17, 1895. Piiriiiiin J. neiidorsoii, son of NCwt iiiid .M;ilild;i 
neiidorson of 'l\'.\;is, hoi'n Fcbriuiry 4, 187') \'III^'.lM 

'Phcy li\c ;it Aulircy, y'cxns. 

c Madiic born A])ril 21, 187."), married Scplcnilicr 18, 
1895, Waltei- T. l\Ioiiroe, son of ^Ir. and Mrs. II. E. :\ronroe 
of Alabama, born February 24, 1873 VIII-:525 

Pi'nlci- in plviniliin};- m;itri-i;il in Aiibi-ey, Texas. 

(1 AVilliam Edwai-d, born February 2;?, 1877. mariied 
December 20, 1905, Knth Adelaide Mullins. dauocliter of 
Tom and Suelo Mnllins of Tennessee and Ark'ansas, born 
July 20, 1887 _. V[I[-:!2(^ 

e Addle Beth, born December 21, 1878, married Sej)- 
tember 18, 1895, J. ]\I. Harris, who was born November Ki. 
1878 VIII-:?27 

He is a blacksniitli by trade. 

f Samuel Anderson, born ^lay 28, 1882. 

VII-235 Cdiildren of Snmu(4 J. and AFattie L. fConly^ .\nder- 
son. \'l-I)8-e 

a Columbia Bell, I)()i'n August 20, 18()S, iii.-ii'ricd .Fune 
17, 1891, Joseph Howell Rowell, son of Jose])h Howell and 
Josephine (Hart) Eowell of T.ee Countv. Alali;iiiia. born 
July 4. 1865 ' \" 1 1 F-:^2S 

He is a merchant at Jefferson, Texas. 

VII-236 Children of Samuel J. and Virginia I. (Laey) .\ndirson. 

VI-98-e 

a Oliver Lacy, horn Xoveml3er l-'>, 1872. married (1) 

February 22, 1896, Leone Preuss, dauuliti-r of .Mrs. M. L. 

Preuss, from Germany. She died in 1911 \'lll-">29 

Married (2) in 1912. ]\Frs. Annie Borders. 

He graduated at Burlesnn Collesre and has been a teacher and a writer. 
He is now with the Galveston Daily News, and they live in Galveston. Texas. 

1) Samuel Judson. born Febi'iuiry 24. 1880. married 
]\Fary Bell Towers, dauyhter of .Mr. and .Mrs. Parrv Toweis 
of Texas, born :\Fay 11. 1886 VlII-330 

He is a painter and paper hanger at Detroit, Michigan, where they live. 



194 THE BULL FAMILY 

c ]\Iattie Irene, born March 7. 1882, married December 
1. 1902, J. M. Scales, son of John R. and Texana (Kelly) 
Scales of Tennessee, born August 23, 1876 _. ._.VIII-331 

They live at Dallas, Texas, where he has a large music house and pub- 
lishes music. She is a musician and has composed "Hoover Hooverize" and 
other popular pieces of music. 

d Onita, born October 29. 1887, married June 3, 1906, 
J. Barton Penn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. Penn of 
Missouri - VIII-332 

They live at .Joplin, Missouri. 

e Horace Clyde, born May 14, 1890. married January 1, 
1912, Mabel Moore....- VIII-333 

They live at Lubbeck, Texas, where he is a printer (linotypist; 

f William Earle, born January 16, 1893, married De- 
cember 1, 1912, Bertha Humphrey, daughter of D. L. 
Humphrey of Texas, born March 18, 1895 VIII-334 

He is a Baptist clergyman at Port Worth, Texas. 

VII-237 Children of John B. and Sarah A. (Anderson) Statler. 

VI-98-f 

a Effie Jane, born December 10, 1867, married August 
17. 1886. Dr. John William Hyatt, son of Stephen and Jen- 
nie Hyatt of Denton, Texas, born October 3, 1863, and died 
January 19. 1910 VIII-335 

He is buried at Bellevue, Texas. 

b John Wilson, born December 12. 1869. 

c Annie Laurie, born December 26, 1871, married May 
25, 1902, William Paschal Ratchford, son of Thomas and 
Laura Ratchford of Alabama, born October 29, 1858. No 
issue. 

He is a merchant and banker at Aubrey, Texas. Thomas and Laura 
Ratchford are buried at Pilot Point, Texas. 

VII-238 Children of Jasin McF. and Sadie E. (Williams) An- 
derson. VI-98-g 

a Hugh Elmo, born in 1876, married in 1905 Julia An- 
tine VIII-336 

He is a clergyman. 

b Forst Hull, born in 1878, married February 24, 1909, 
Wilmer Gougli. 

He is a merchant at Clarksville, Texas. 

c He Elo, born in 1881, married in 1892 E. L. Canter- 
bury VIII-337 

He is a banker. 

d Jasin Thomas, born in 1883, married March 11, 1911, 
Emodel Griman. 

He is a bookkeeper. 

YII-239 Children of Bob S. and Columbia A. (Anderson) Pope. 

VI-98-h 
a Anne Columbia, born July 5, 1874, married (1) Jan- 
uary 16, 1893, Osie Sivley, son of Joseph and Mary Sivley 



Till': I'.ILh I'AMll.V 195 

of ( 'l;ii-ki's\ill('. Ti'Xjis. Ii(i!-|i .M.-imIi 1"_'. 1 ^7 1 . ;iii<I (lird .\I;ii-r|i 
1, ISI)."!. No issue. 

t)sic' Si\ li> u;is ii viiy liii 1 1 ill II I iiiiil pDpii In r Nniiiiu liiiiii. hiiviiii; lliif 
fiiniiiiii: iiiliTi'sls mill inn unci ni; llii'iii ui-ll ; wns ;i frii'iiil In nil. lie m luirii-il 

111 l')ll^lllllll, 'I'l'XIIS. 

M;irri('(l ( 1' i I )rcriiilirr -Jd. 1S|IS, W ill i.-nn Aikni ( 'niiiHT, 
soil of <>. ( '. and Alarv ('niiiiri' of I'aiis. 'Trxas, horn l)i- 
('('iiil)fi' IK iSo:!. She (licil l-'rliniary ti. llil.") \'lll-;{;{8 

llr i;iiiilii,iliMl ill ilic law ili'ii.irl nl ,ii ( 'u in hiTliirul I'nivcrMity, l,c)inniiii, 

'I'i'iinrsscc. ill Isyii. Sill' is luiiiiMl al i'aii.s. 'I'lAas, 

1) Oliver I'wi^lisli. horn Aiieust 17. Is7fi. marrieil heenn- 
her L*4, !!)()(). I(hi Diike. (laiiiiliter of .liiii and KHeii Diiki' of 
New Boston, r.ow ie ('oimly, 'I'exas. horn l''ehniar_\' L'l). l^^^l. 
and died ()etol)er L'h. 11)07 \'1I|. :;:!!» 

llr is suiiriiiiimilcnl oT nil wiirks at KiiKli.sh, Tc.xa.s, and raiiks hijrh in Ins 
work. 

(' Tom .Vnderson. born April 2!), ]>^1\) died .\ii<nist Iti 
lSi)0. 

d Erskine Kli/.aliet li, horn .January -■). iss:}. iiuirried 
August 21, 1910, AVilhur Horace Carman, who was lioni 
Febrnaiy 9, 1876 VI 11-340 

She Ki'iiduated at Metropolitan College, Dallas, Texas. He is manaijer of 
a larse book coiu-ern at Dallas, where they live. She is a zealous worker in 

the Red Cross. 

e 1. Effie, lioni Xovemher Ki, 188(), inan-ied .Mareh 2:5, 
1905, Ambrose Franklin Denison, son of B. L. and Jane 
Denison of Anderson County, Tennessee, born .liine o. 
1875 .' VIII-:U1 

He is a nien-haiit at Blossom, Texas, and a successful business man. 
She is a member of the Missionary Baptist Church, and an ardent workei 
and manager of a sewing class in the Red Cross. 

2. Bell, born November 16, 1886, married Se|)teiiiher 4. 
1910, Charles Barber Allen, who was horn .lime 11. 1888..VIII-:U2 

He is in the real estate business at Soper, Oklahoma. She is a prominent 
worker and in charge of the knitting depaitment of the Red Cross. 

VII-240 Children of Thomas AV. and Emma (Williainsi .\nder- 
son, Jr. \'l.!iS-i 

a Eva Estelle, liorn Xovemher 6, 1SS2. married Deeein- 
ber 27. 1904, James Joseph Chambers, son of Fuller and 
Annie Chambers of Texas, born June 2!), 1878 V1II-:U:? 

He is a traveling salesman, of .histin, Ti'xas. 

b Alma Leach, born in 1884. died Auuiist lil. 19(»1. 

c Joe Holt, born November 29. 1887, married February 
2, 1910, Lena Lorice Kerley, daughter of T. T. Kerlev of 
Texas, born December 24. 1887 !...VIII-:U4 

He is a sheet and metal \v.>i ker at Chillicothe. Texas. 

d Flossie Irene, born August 22. 1890. married January 
10, 1910. Olen Homer Naylor, son of S. A. Xaylor of Texas. 
l)orn June 25. 1882 Vlll-iUo 

He is a merchant at Chillicothe. Texas 



196 THE BULL FAMILY 

VII-241 Children of Julius M. and Sarah J. (Wilson) Snider. 

VI-99-a 
a Yuba, born December 18, 1865. married April 1, 1889, 

John V. Horn. She died May 31, 1891 VIII-346 

b ^Marshall, born October 10, 1867, married February 
11. 1893, Eloide Medley...- - VIII-347 

They live at Cape Girardeau, Missouri. 

c John A., born December 30, 1869, married June 2, 
1895. Drusie Miller _ _ ___ ...__.VIII-348 

They live at Oak Ridge, Missouri. 

d Mason, born October 7, 1871, married September 13, 
1899, Louise Ford \ VIII-349 

They live at Cape Girardeau, Missouri. 

e Wilson, born August 10, 1873, married October 20, 
1897, Amelia Obermider yiII-350 

They live at .Jackson, Missouri. 

f Julius M., Jr., born March 27, 1876. married August 
14, 1898, Alma Abernathy. He died in 1904. ....yiII-351 

They live at .Jackson, Missouri. 

g Amanda, born January 14, 1879, married November 
20, 1899, George Simms VIII-352 

They live at -Jackson, Missouri. 

h Robert B., born August 18, 1881, married May 7, 
1903, Susan Bergman. VIII-353 

They live at Cape Girardeau, Missouri. 

VII-242 Children of AVilliam T. and Bernice (Limbaugh) Wilson. 

VI-99-b 

a William Francis, born July 11, 1875, married January 
30, 1901, Gertrude Ammerman VIII-354 

They live at Oklahorna City, Oklahoma. He graduated at the University 
of Missouri, with the degrees of A. ,M. and A. B. and the degree in law. 

b Ann Agnes, born March 5, 1884. 

c Emma Jane, born November 16. 1886, married Octo- 
ber 31, 1916, William IMartin Mulholland, who was born 
November 12, 1885....... ....VIII-355 

d Adelaide Bernice, born December 26, 1888, married 
November 15, 1912, Thomas James Fitzpatrick.... VIII-356 

e Mary Margaret, born March 5, 1890, married May 5, 
1915, Elmer Styner Blaine. 

They live at Parma, Missouri. 

VII-243 Children of Frederick and Virginia A. (Wilson) 
Schatte. VI-99-c 

a Effie. born April 9, 1871, died at Los Angeles, Cali- 
fornia, July 9. 1904. 

Was Sister of Mercy Stanislaus. 



Till': I'.ILL IWMILV IU7 

1) ( 'li.irlcs LiitlMi-, lioi-ii AiiL'iisl 1, ISSO, iniin-ii-il KW/.n 
Ilcrvcv lidckw Odd, (I.iiimIiI rr of \\'illi;iiii Kcrl<|cy :iiii| 
S()|)lii;i I'lliziilict ll (("oHicri L(»cl<\\nu(l ol' ( ';il-| isle, ('lintoii 
Couiil.w Illinois, Ixini .\l;iy Iti. 1885.... \' II 1-357 

'I'hcy live Ml I. CIS A unci's, (a li rni-iiiii. 

\'ir-L>44 Childivii of N;illi;iiiicl ( '. :iihI A.lrl.iid- I Wilsnn 
Ffisscll, \'|!l!».| 

;i Tlioiii.Ms Tnylor. Ikimi .liiiic (;, ISTli, liuirrit'd Si'|i|.iri 
her 14, ]S!I7. Kiiiiii;i Ldiiisc Diiih'.ih \'l 1 1.35ft 

'riiiiinas Taslui- I'lis-rll was a pp"! n I cd ciidcl ill llic I'. S. Milititrv Af'iul- 
I'lii.v, W'l'sl I'diiil. \i\v \iii-k, .luiic l.'i, IS'.l.'l; };r'!i(liiiilc<l, .lliiii' II. I*^!l7, and 
was a|>i)(iinlc(l Si'imiikI Ijcnti'iiant, l;:!r(l l'. S. Iiir.-mtr.v; lriiiisfcrr<'(l In llir "rrl 
Iiir.-intr.v, Octdlicr 1."i, IS'.iT: coiiiniissioiii'd I''iist l/n'Utfiiiiiil. :!i(l Iiifaiilry, 
Miirch 2, lS!)i»: (';il)t,iin, L'llli I iila iil ly. .April .">, 1!):il.': dcliiiliMl In l^iiiirliT 
niasfrr's Dcpartiiient. April 1.;. IIMI; retired for disaliilily in the liiii' 'if duty 
April 1!1. 1!n."i. K(>call(Hl to active scrvire in I'.lIT and priiiiioled to Major, 
siMviiiK in (Quartermaster's Deiiartivent. 

h RieliMi'd AViHi;iiii, Ixti-ii Xoxcinlicr 18, 1873, iiirirrirMJ 
October 17, 1003. ElUi Brown VIII-:',.')!) 

Tlii'v live at Espaiiola, Xew Mexico. 

e Boas, liorn Januai-.v 17. 1870. 

d Samuel, hoi'u Api'il 1."), ISSI. married October "JO, 
1005, Lily IToiigbton, wlio Avas born March 1, 1880. No. 
issue. 

They live at Xew lilonnilield. Missouri. 

e Ella, lioi'i! September 'JO, bSS3, mai'ried September 
16, 1005, AVilliam Evans Nailer, w lio was Ixirii Octol)er 26. 
1863. 

They live at Minneapolis, jMiiinesota. 

f Patrick, born Febrnai\- 0. 1887. married Rel)ecca 
Ilonck  VITI-3G0 

TTe enlisted as a p'ivate in Cnn'pany F, 17th U. S'. Infantry, October I'S. 
I'.IIIS, and was also Corporal and Serireant during enlisttvent; dischar-teil 
August 27. 1011. He was commissioned Second Lieutenant of Infantry from 
July L'e, litn ; unassiened. Decemlier 11. UI14: assigned to the llth Infantry; 
commissioned First T^ieutenaiit, 11th Infantrv. .Inly 1, 1!n7; assigned to duty 
at .Vviation School, ,Sau Diego, Cali I'oinia. I'romoted to Captain and Ma.ior in 
Aviation Service. 

i>' Charles Wilson, born ^lardi 17. 1800, married Lanie 
Sclnvannerman. 

h Henry, born October 21, 1802. 
i Howard, born July 0. 1805. 
.1 :\ray, born March 25, 1808. 

VII-245 Childivn of Cliarh^s Ti. and Emma A. OViHiams) Wil- 
son. VT-lii't-a 
a Edna Xaomi, liorn November -\K 1>77. 
b Elisha Ilall (Jreuory. born .Vn-ust 24. 1870. 

c Jnlia, born -Inne 26. b^S2 m.irried June 17, 100:i. J. 
R. Nolte. 

d Emma Anatole, born October 20, 1886. 
e Charles P., born April 17, 1880. 



198 THE BULL FAMILY 

VII-246 Children of Alexander H. and Ellen (Wilson) Miller. 

Vl-lOO-b 
a Ann Eliza, born November 5, 1883. 

VII-247 Children of Joseph M. and Grace (Senne) Wilson. 

VI-lOO-c 
a Senne, born May 21, 1895. 
b William Berry, born May 19, 1898. 
c Mary, born October 26, 1900. 
d Ellen, born February 7, 1903. 
e Joseph Maple, Jr., born April 28, 1905. 

VII-248 Children of John D. and Emma (Brucker) Wilson. 

Vl-lOO-d 
a Edith, born December 4, 1902. 
b Ann Eliza, born June 29, 1904. 

VII-249 Children of Gilbert L. and Susan E. (Colyer) Wilson. 

VI-102-a 
a Ella, born December 13, 1868, married April 3, 1895, 
Robert Ephraim Brantley, who was born December 11, 
1893 _ .__... '...__ _ _ VIII-361 

They live at Mooi'esville, J^'orth Carolina. 

b Adda Martha, born November 5, 1871, married Octo- 
ber 1, 1896, Dr. William Nicholas Howard VIII-362 

They live at Cape Girardeau, Missouri. 

VII-250 Children of Archibald A. and Mary A. (Hansel) Wilson. 

VI-102-b 
a Thomas Edward, born October 21, 1870, married 
August 27, 1899, Roxanna Martin, who was born February 
2, 1872 VIII-363 

They live at Pocahontas, Missouri. 

b Byrne Alfonzo, born March 11, 1873, married Janu- 
ary 26,"l897, Hallie Lindsay. He died May 20, 1910. No 
issue. 

c Emma, born August 15, 1875, married December 24, 
1899, Purl Burrett Adams, who was born July 24, 1875....VIII-364 

They live at Pocahontas, Missouri. 

VII-251 Children of James W. and Sarah E. (Wilson) Colyer. 

VI-102-d 

a Robert Franklin, born December 16, 1867, married 
May 21, 1904, Adeline Elizabeth Roger. No issue. 

They live in San Francisco, California. 

b Bertha, born January 31, 1872, married February 8, 
1892, John Charles West, son of Edward and Caroline 
West of Knoxville, Illinois; born June 3, 1868, died June 
5, 1906 VIlI-365 

She lives at Pasadena, California. 



Till': I'.l I.I, I'AM ILY 1«)9 

(• ( Jcft rmlc, l)(>i-M ()ct(ilHM- II. Is7l. iiijirrifd in llllli.'. 
l-<'\i ()r\illi' .\t\\()()(l, son of ('hiirlcs .\cl.soii ;iiic| lin-,c-l|;i 
lliiirrows) .\t\\()(ii| of U'ock ('reck, .M;iss;ii-liiisrt Is \|||-:{»;»; 

'I'hc.V li\r 111 K'cirk, M ,iss,i.lii|s,.( Is. 

(I (iillu'i-l, liorn Kclini.i r\ l!). I.s77. dinl ((ctolirr II 
ISSI. 

I' li.iiTy .\l|)lioiizo. hoiii Scplriiihcf I."). ISS!) iiiMi-rii'ii 
Sc|t|finl!iT l(i. 1IM4, Mli/.;il)clli Ik;iii(lol|ih .S| oi-|-r»\v. (hniL'li- 
tcr of Sjiiiiiit'l iiiid ( 'oi-;i (.\llciM S|oi'i-ow of r;is;i<|rri;i. 
Ciiiirornia V \ \ \.:',t,~ 

'I'hry livi' in PiisndoiiM. ( iilifdriiiji. 

¥11-252 Cliildivii of llcm-y mid .M;ii-tli;i T. (Wilson Clous.'. 

\'I-lii2-«' 

;i EfH(\ l)orii in 1S71, inai-ficd W. TT. Vau'_:]m. Sin- died 
in 1!)10 VIII-:}<i8 

Tlit'v lived in St. Louis, Missouri. 

b Einina. boi-n in 1873, niafric<l <i. M. Lindsay. 

They live in 1 lulls wood, Ciilit'orni:i. 

c Grace, horn in 1875. 

She lives in Dallas, Texas. 

(1 Alphonso. hofii in 1S77. died uninan'icd in Xrw Yoi-lv 
City in August. 1!)15. 

\'II-253 Children of Campbell 0. and Lilv V. (Wilson) Tuni.T. 

VI-102-f 

a Nellie, born August 11, 1870, died Jan nary 23, 1870. 

b Lilian, horn June 21, 1884, married June 12. 1000. 
Alexander ^lackay Boiiy, son of Alexander 'SI. and Rosa- 
nioiul (Dowker) Bogy, Jr., of St. liOiiis, ^lissouri ; l)t)rn 
January 30, 1883 \ VIII-360 

They live at Hollywood, California. 

c Wilson Cam]ibell. born January 24, 1887. 

VII-254 Children of Austin L. and Shah\- .\. (\Vilson) lliiies. 

VT-102-g 

a Thomas C, born in 1878. married in 1004, Lois 
Tubbs, daughter of Setli B. R. and ]\Iarv Catherine (iSears'i 
Tubbs* ; _ " VI 11-3711 

They live at Pasiulena, ( 'alit'ornia. wIiitc hi' is ninnasrer of ''Model 
Grocery' '. 

b Fay Al])lionzo. born -Inly 1!'. 1884, marrird July 4. 
1913, Annie Laura Brown of IIi(d<nian. Kentueky. daugh- 
ter of James Kohert and Annie Mar\ iRosc'i lii-own. lioi-n 
April 16, 1884. 

*Seth B. R. Tubbs was born in New York State. .Tanuary 11. lS::(t. died October 4. 1!H7: 
and Marv Catherine S'ears was born near Eliuira. New York, .Inlv "J.". 1S:U. and died .Vusrust 
l.j, llllT. 



200 THE BULL FAMILY 

c 1. Grace, born February 27, 1887, married January 
27, 1909, John McRoberts, son of John and Jane (Young) 
McRoberts of Ireland, born September 22, 1879 .....VIII-371 

They live in Pasadena, California. 

2. Elsie, born February 27, 1887, married October 24, 
1906. Gilbert Crawford Robb, son of Dr. John Shaw and 
Elizabeth (Crawford) Robb, born July 2, 1866 VIII-372 

d Rupert Lunsford, born November 6, 1891. 

e Paul Asborn, born October 21, 1893. 

VII-255 Children of Edward and Bennie (Harrison) Wilson. 

VI-102-j 

a Campbell, born December 4, 1886, died July, 1902. 
b Edwin, born April 1, 1890, married November 10, 
1909, Eugenia Seay. He died February 6, 1913-....: VIII-373 

They lived at Denton, Texas. 

VII-256 Children of John W. and Martha E. (McNeely) Knox. 

VI-i03-a 

a Chloe Ann, born January 20, 1861, married Novem- 
ber 9, 1882, Lucias Luckey McNeely, son of Adam Albert 
McNeeh^ of Mooresville, North Carolina, and Mary Luckey 
of Brazeau, Missouri, born August 25, 1856 VIII-374 

He is a carpenter and farmer at Cape Girardeau, Missouri. 

b Lillie, born March 23, 1864, married April 5, 1892, 
David C. Hope, who was born September 12, 1861.. VIII-375 

He is a farmer. They live near Jackson, Missouri. 

c Willis, born April 17, 1870, married December 29, 
1897, Mollie Shoults, born October 10, 1876 VIII-376 

He is a manufacturer of handles. They live at .Jackson, Missouri. 

d Walter, born June 8, 1872, married May 9, 1894, 
Norah Wilson (YII-265-a), born April 12, 1873 VIII-377 

They live in Jackson, Missouri. 

VII-257 Children of Otho and Rebecca J. (McNeely) Price. 

VI-103-d 

a Samuel, born in 1870, married Ethel Statler. 

They live in Brazeau, Missouri. 

b Carrie, born January 10, 1874, married February 3, 
1902, Cyrus Barber, son of William and M. J. Barber of 
Brazeau, IMissouri (orififinallv from North Carolina), born 
November 17, 1867. She died June 15, 1912., VIII-378 

He graduated from college in 1888. She is buried at Brazeau, Missouri. 
He is an agrieultiirist. 

YIT-258 Children of David E. and Laura (McNeely) Hope. 

VI-103-e 

a Addie, born in 1872, married Oliver JMorton VIII-379 

They live at Jackson, Missouri. 



I'lll': I'.IM, I'AMII.Y zi)l 

I) .M;il I ic. I Kin I ill 1 S7 I. iii.i nir( I ( l.i i-i'in-c 1 , .|c;mi. 

'rlli'\ ll\r III I. CIS A ri:;i'li's, ( ;ililiillini. 

I' Ivicli.-ird I'c-ifl, horn in lS7(l(|ir(| in llMHl. 

VIl lM!) Children of .1; s W , .■iihI .\;inc\- .1. I McXfrly . I'.raiif- 

\ry. ' Vl-l();{.f 

a Kniiiia, liorn .laniiai'v L'l, 1S88. 

She is a Iriiclii'i- in Si. l.nuis, Missouri, 
h Willie I'.elle, horn Sepl eiiiJMT !l, ISDI). 
She is :i Icacliri- in Si. l.niiis, Missouri. 

Vir-2(;0 ("hildi-eii (.r Tliomas K. and Mallie <'. i .lolmson i .\|e- 
Xccly. \'M l(i:!-(i 

a JMIU'eiie .)()hllS(MI, Imiai .\() Xi'lll I ler 1, llMH). 

1) Martha Kli/ahetli, horn .Iaiiiiar\- ;{(», 1!)()S died .Jnlv 
20, 1913. 

Slie is liuvied at Jackson, Missouri. 

VTI-261 Cliildivii of Kolx-rt AV. and ^Marlha ('. i Shoi't < Me- 
Neely. \'l-li)4-a 

a P.iii'ley l>eiis()ii. niai'ried in 181)0, ("oluiiihia Woods \'III 'isd 
h (_)|lie. inarrii'd in 18!J0, iJeorge Piiikuey .Morion \lil-;i81 

They live in Jackson, Missouri. 

VII-262 Children ot" Thomas W. and :\Iary S. (Gillshmd) Short. 

Vr-l(i4-h 

a Minnie. 

b Charles L., married in 1904. .TelTie Slack VTTT-3.82 

They live in Jackson, Missouri. 

c Curtis. 

V11-2G3 Children of .John \. and Alice (.Siiorl; Short. \'l-l(i4-c 
a :\lal)el. born in 1880. 

She lives in .lackson, Missouri. 

1) Sloan. l)orn in 188."), mari'ied in IDI.'). Rosel)iuI 
Snider. 

c Clyde, horn in 1887. married iM'iihih Thompson. 
d Irene, born in 18'JO. 

Lives in .Tackson, Missouri. 

e Ryland, horn in 180(!. 

Lives in .lackson, I\Iissouri. 

f Harlan, horn in 1903. 

VII-264 Children of Robert A. ami Elizabeth E. (Short) Cald- 
well. VI-104-e 

a p]ulah. born in 1887. 

b Ellis, horn in 1890. 

c Carrie, born in 18!)2. 

d 1. Ceori;'e, born in 1897. 



202 THE BULL FAMILY 

2. Inez, born in 1897. 

e 1. Maud, born in 1900. 

2. Mabel, born in 1900. 

VII-265 Children of Otlio and Cora C. (McNeely) Wilson. 

VI-105-a 
a Nora, born April 12, 1873, married May 9, 1894, 

Walter Knox (VII-256-d), who was born June 8, 1872. 

- - VIII-337— VIII-383 

They live near -Jackson, Missouri, where he is a farmer. 

b Albert, born August 26, 1876, married July 13, 1902, 
Rebecca Hatcher, who was born January 16, 1877.. VIII-384 

He is agent of the Standard Oil Company, at Dexter, Missouri, where they 
live. 

VII-266 Children of William and Laura (Wilson) Ruff. 

VI-105-C 
a Burn. 

b Jessie, born October 9, 1873, married August 10, 
1898, William Jerry Hitt ^. VIII-385 

They live at Cape Girardeau, Missouri, where he is a farmer. 

c Nora, married Edwin A. Plaggard.. VIII-386 

d Lucy, married J. M. Hannebrink, Jr VIII-387 

They live at Cape Girardeau, Missouri. 

e AVilliam, married Freida Amelunka VIII-388 

VII-267 Children of Thomas M. and Nora (Davenport) Wilson. 

VI-105-d 
a Ben Joseph, born February 1, 1884. 
b Thomas Richard, born December 18, 1886. 
c Robert Virgil, born August 15, 1891. 
d Paul Dan, born April 17, 1895. 

VII-268 Children of Edgar L. and Elizabeth S. (Wilson) Hope. 

VI-106-a 
a Alma, born February 6, 1875, married March 4, 1896, 
Theophilus Robb, son of Hickman and Euphresia Robb, 
born December 1, 1873 VIII-389 

He graduated at Barnes Dental College in 1907. They live at Kennett, 
Missouri, where he is a dentist. 

b Harris, born January 26, 1877, married December 
12, 1889, Clara Puis VIII-390 

They live in St. Louis, Missouri, where he is a salesman in Greenfield 
Bros. He served in the army during the Spanish- American War. 

c Lucy, born December 31, 1878, married October 20, 
1898, Ellis C. Hope, son of Addison and Mary Hope of 
Missouri, born December 2, 1876 .' .VIII-391 

They live at Enid, Oklahoma, where he is a carpenter. He has been at 
work on army cantonment buildings at Fort Sill, Oklahoma. 

d Mary, born May 14, 1881, married June 25, 1904, 
Walter AVhite, son of George S. and Margaret V. White of 
Tennessee, born January 2, 1875. No issue. 

They live at Ruxico, Missouri, where he is a merchant. 



'I'lIK r.l l.L l'".\MII,V 



203 



\'ll l^iil) Childivii of i:ii .111(1 .\l;iiy !■;. Wilsniii A iM-rrinl li V. 

\i ii)t;-h 

a I'l'ssic, liofii \(>\ I'liiliir II, isTT. iii;in-i<'(| I )cri-iiil»fr 
11. II'OII, .\l\iii AiiLiiisI l'(.>s. son 1)1' llciii'v ;iii(| \ji-Uii 
0>flin'iis) I'.oss. I.orii .Miirch ;il. Is7:> Vni.:',!>-.' 

They livi' ;il .I;i(Umiii, Missouri, wliric hi' is ii luiiikiT. 




RICHARD ALEXANDER BULL 

IV-7-f 

(Page 20) 

VII-270 Children of David B. and Suiiilda (Wilson) Soibert. 

V1-1(H)-L' 

a David (ilciiii, Lorn .Tanuar\- 21) 1S77. iiiarficd l-'IIa 
Wilkinson  \I I !-:?!•:? 

They live at Jackson, Missouri. 

1) William Wilson, boi-ii Octobci- ;U, 1883, marrifd Kate 
B. Dennis. 

VII-271 Children of Thomas E. anil l^eulah (Harris) Wil.son. 

\' I 1 1 Xj-e 

a Thomas Edward, boi'ii August 31. l^fU. 
b .Alary (iayle. born Octotiei- 2!). 18!)7. 
c Helen Jean, born .Inly 23. 1 !)(»(). 

VII-272 Childnm of (Oliver S. and Cora C. (Howard Harris. 

VI-107-a 
a Lily L., hoi-n in lS(i(i. died in IM'T. 
1) Willie ').. l:(>rn in ISliS. married in ISSH. John .1. 
Ellis, who was born in 18(H : VITI-304 



204 THE. BULL FAMILY 

c Eraerv J., born in 1872, married in 1893, Dora B. 
McLain, who was born in 1871..... VIII-395 

d Ida J., born in 1873, married in 1889, Herbert 
Thompson, who was born in 1869 _. VIII-396 

VII-273 Children of Thomas and Flora 0. (Howard) Drum. 

VI-107-C 
a Myrtle, married Dr. Seabaugh. 

VII-274 Children of Robert P. and Lillian (Seibert) Wilson. 

VI-108-a 

a Robert Kent, married in 1907, Amelia Helm- 
kampf . ....VIII-397 

They live in .Jackson, Missouri, where he is in the real estate business. 

b Irene, died in infancy, 
c Kirk, died in infanc}^ 

YII-275 Children of William A. and Minnie A. (Clodfelter) 
Morton. Vl-llO-a 

a Rita Arline, born May 5, 1886, married April 29, 
1912, Edwin S. Watson, whose parents were from Eng- 
land and Norway, born at Chicago, Illinois, August 5, 
1885 - VIII-398 

b William Lambert, born January 19, 1888. 

He is a Chief Machinist Mate in the U. S. navy after four years service 
in the Pacific Station in armored cruisers "West Virginia'' and ''Colorado''. 

c Lowndes Davis, born June 14, 1894, married June 8, 
1917, Susie Venable Davis of Craigsville, Virginia. 

He is in the Aviation Division of the U. S'. Signal Corps (1918) at Hemp- 
stead, Long Island. 

d Pinkney, born December 25, 1896, died August 25, 
1899. 

VII-276 Children of John and Iva (Howard) Robb. Yl-lll-a 

a John, 
b Mattie. 

VII-277 Children of Allison and Rebecca L. (Chapman) May- 
field. YII-115-C 

a ]\Iary. born April 27, 1889, married August 29, 1918, 
Milton R. Gutsch of Austin, Texas. 

YII-278 Children of John F. and Jane (Cantrell) Chapman. 

YL116-d 
a Mildred Fry, born July 6, 1900. 
b ^Margaret Creighton. born May 1, 1S03. 
c William Anderson, born May 28, 1906. 
d Oeorge Cantrell, born May 8, 1909. 
e Richard Alexander, born February 12, 1912. 
f John Fry, born April 17, 1915. 



'I'lii': I'.ri.i, rwMiLV .,,, 

\' I I 'JT!' ( 'hill I rcii dl' ll;ii-\i'y | ). .'iml A iii;i m |;i \',, • 'liapiiwiii i 

llclllc.V. \'l 1 It. ■• 

ii S;illic Clirioii, l;()ni .hil\ ::l, l^'Kl. 
1) .M;ii-y, horn h'chni;i ry L', IIIDD. 

VII-'JSO ('hihlrcii of Crichhrhl ;iii.l S;illir A. i \';iii.lf|-r<)nl i 
(M.odwiii. \'l I l!l ;i 

;i liohci'l . ilic'd ill in l';i iit-y. 

Yrr-l?Sl ('hihircii of 'rhniii;is ,•! 11(1 Mlizji 1'. i \';i ik h'rl'on I > Siiiilh, 

\I-11:M) 

;i .M;ii-y ( )li\-(', horn in Xohh' ( 'oiiiily, I im li;iii;i. -liinii;! ly 
28, IHi)."), married (li Odohcr :!ll. 1 SSti, .|(,hti Marion I'.aiiks 
of Kenton, Oliio, who died Sci)t('iiiht'r '!■'>, isss. .Marrifd 
(2) October 1."). 1898, Theo<lore Nelson of .Miiiicie. Indiana. 
Xo issue. 

'I'licy live :it Wnit' l.akc, Iii(li,'in:i. 

1) .loliii Chark's, l)()rn Xoveinher If. I'^Tl. inan-ied 
Februai-y (i. ISDti. KUa Fi-iend. hoi'ii August ;;1. 1S72. 
dauuhtci- of David \V. and Hannah (Etx'niii-cj Friend, 
from Ohio and ({erniaiiy, respectively \'III-:5I)1) 

Tlu'y live on Smith ironu'.sti'ad inic ami a Irill' miles from Wolf Luke, 
Indiana. David W. and Hannali l^'rirnd air luiricil in Wolf Lake cemetery. 
.Tdlin Cliavlcs Smith is a farmer. 

VII-2S2 ("hihlreii of Richard C. and Fliza (Mcriitclieon ) Vaii- 
(h'rfor.L VI-ll!)-e 

a i^eonard. 

b Lelah, born in 1867. married Mehin Trilil)ey. 

They lived at ^Minneapolis. Minnesota. 

VII-28;5 Chihlren of William C. and .Mary K, iCiilshaw. \'an- 
derford. \'i n:»-e 

a Alfred, born in 1868. 

?Te lived at Lyman, Washins'ton. 

b Joel P., born in 1869. 

He lived at Kinimell. Indiana. 

c John Frank, born October 17, 1S71, married October 
25, 1894, Ilattie Freeman AVoodw daiiuhter of (;eo!->j:e 
Franklin and ^lary Eleanor AVoody of Indiana and Maine, 
respectively, born Aiignst 2.1. 1871 ^ 111-400 

They live at Seattle. Washinirtun. 

d B. Simon, born in 1873. 

He lives at Ijvman. Washinirton. 

e Otio AVih'y, liorii October 2. 1888. 

He lives at Lyman, Wasliinnton. and is a shini;le weaver. 

f Chester, born in 1887. 

li' Pearl, born in ISDI), married Lafayette Crothers. 

Tli(>y live at Kimmell. Indiana. 

h Blanche, born in 18!)8. married TTnff. 



oy(j THE BULL. FAMILY 

VII--^8-i Children of Edwin H. and Sarah E. (Bull) Upson. 

VI-121-a 

a Aletta, born August 17, 1873, in Kosciusko County, 
Indiana, married December 8, 1897, Andrew Watson Sny- 
der, son of John and Anna Barbara (Haffer) Snyder of 
Switzerland, born May 16, 1873.... ^. VIII-401 

They live at Huntingdon, Indiana. 

b Martha Algina, born in Noah County, Indiana, May 
25, 1878, married February 27, 1897, Jacob Garber, son of 
Samuel W. (of Tuscarawas County, Ohio) and Polly 
(White) (of Kosciusko County, Indiana) Garber, born 
September 30, 1871__. .-.. VIII-402 

They live at Pierceton, Indiana. 

YII-285 Children of William J. and Mary E. (Fordyce) Strieby. 

VI-122-a 
a Margaret E., born in 1864, married Marion Fen- 
ton VIII-403 

They lived at Warsaw, Indiana. 

b Ulysses Grant, born in 1869, married Nellie Van Tas- 
sel .- -- VIII-404 

They lived at Burlington, Tennessee. 

c Edward E.. born in 1871. 

d Anna E., born in 1874, married Schuvler AVoolford, 
who died in 1902. She died in August, 1915.'. VIII-405 

They lived at Warsaw, Indiana. 

e G. Myrtle, born in 1876, married Harvey E. 
Hooven __. - VIII-406 

They lived at Wooster, Indiana. 

VII-286 Children of Samuel and Sarah (Fordyce) Hendricks. 

VI-122-b 

a Myrtle M., born in 1874. 

yiI-287 Children of James H. and Mary (Bennet) Fordyce. 

VI-122-C 

a ]\laggie, born in 1877. 

b Frank, born in 1879. 

c Harry, born in 1881. 

d Editii, born in 1883. 

e Bessie, born in 1886. 

VII-288 Children of Josiah and Lydia (Fordyce) Newman. 

VI-122-d 

a Beulah S., born November 17, 1884, married Decem- 
ber 25, 1914, Charles Henry Billings of Cleveland, Ohio, 
son of Fred Albert and Leona (Burlingham) Billings. No 
issue. 

b Percy Earle, born December 22, 1887. 



'I'll!'; I '.I LI, I'AMILY 207 

\'I1-'_*S!) Cliildrcii of Wrslcv I', iiiid Iv \'iul;i I'ovdy,-,- j |)<.\viih. 

;i .Mcl-l L., iMini 111 ISSII. 

I) ( )|>;il L., Iioiii ill iss:',. 
C lliil li., Iiorii ill iSS!). 

\'11-L:!)() Childivii of Willi;iiii W. ;iim1 I'll ;i K. f|'.iilli I'|).s<)M. 

\'l IJt ;i 
;i Anna Lucy, hoi-ii S('|)tciiil)('r '22. 1S74, iiiiiniirrird. 
b .Minerva May, lioni Scptcinlirr iMi, 187ti, uniiiaiTii-il. 
c Kdwin Sylxcslci', lioi'ii N(i\ niilici' iM . IHIH, niiiiiarrifd. 
d Jjaui'a l<'il\Ti'(la. lioni April I'll. iSS;;. nniiiairird. 

VJl-L'!)l riiildrcn of S\lv('slrr (i. and niaiiclir (Strai-nsi I?m.-II. 

VI IlMI. 
a Elsie L.. born in 1S!)1, inai'ficd in llMi' l(, I). \V. 
Tlionias \' 1 1 1-4' IT 

They lived at Sciittlc. Wiisliington. 

b Leslie Clifford, born May 2:5, 18!):^. married Odobrr 
1, li)l(;, Nellie Kuth Hrown, dauf^-liter of L. M. and Mildivd 
(Uutehinsoii) Brown, boi'ii September 1I>, 18IK5. 

They live at Kverelt, Wasliiiigton. 

VII-2!»2 (Miildren of William J. and Editli E. (Hull) Foreman. 

Vl-lJ4-e 

a William Willard, born .May 4. 1878, luari-ied .\|)i-ii 
1!), 1!H)(), .Minerva ^lyrtle Loeke, dautihlei' of .\lvis .Marion 
and Eranees Jane (llarvey) Locke \'lll-4ti> 

Tliey lived at North Webster, Indiana. 

VII-298 (diildren of Adam F. and Edith E. i I'.iilh Fidler. 

Vl-124-e 

a Noah Winfred, born Sei)lember 1:^, 188."). married De- 
cember 31, 1!)1(), P]lizabeth Dell White, dau-hler of Samuel 
A. and Mary E. White, born Auyust 15, 1888 VIII-4()!» 

'I'liey live at Sarwill, Indiana. 

b Jessie Mae, born Noveinbei- 22. 1S8!). mai-ried Orin- 
ber 14, 1911, John W'ilson llindliauuh, son of William M. 
and Emma B. llindbaui>'h, boim .Man-b 1. 1S8l'. V 111- HO 

They live at Sarwill, Indiana. 

c Ferry Elmer, born Maivh ;U. ISHl, tlietl -January L'7, 
1893. 

He is buried in OaU (irove cenieter.N, North Webster, Indiana. 

d (Jeoi'ii'e Emard. born .\pril 2i\ 181)3. enlisted Dercin- 
ber 12, 1917, A. E. F.. q. M, D. 301, F. S, Army. 

TII-294 (Miildren of Fremont ('. and Julia E. K'indlei Hiiell. 

\'l-124-d 

a Paul Cameron, btirn September lit, 11' 12. 



208 THE BULL FAMILY 

VII-295 Children of Alexander 0. and Mary C. (Clark) Greider. 

VI-125-a 
a Mary Esther, born July 23, 1893. 
b Fannie May, born March 21, 1896, died April 9, 1908. 

VII-296 Children of Aaron and Elizabeth (Greider) Starner. 

VI-125-b 
a Merle John, born in 1880. 

He enlisted, September 1, 1910, in Company F, 14th U. S. Infantry. 
Again enlisted in April, 1917, and is Sergeant of Battery D, 137th Field 
Artillery. 

b Edward Lonis, born September 17, 1884, married 
Jnne 20, 1904, Rosa Catherine O'Connell, daughter of 
Michael and Kathryn (Creed) O'Connell of Muskegon, 
Michigan, born September 4, 1885 ....VIII-411 

c Maude M., born October 13, 1887, married Novem- 
ber 22, 1903, Charles R. Bolenbaugh, son of Reuben Bolen- 
baugh, born March 22, 1883 : VIII-412 

They live at Warsaw, Indiana. Reuben Bolenbaugh was a veteran of 
the Civil War. 

d Edna May, born Februaiy 25, 1889, married July 30, 
1911, Ernest Melvin Sholl, who was born May. 18, 189i....VIII-413 

They live at Warsaw, Indiana. 

VII-297 Children of Joshua W. and Mary (Greider) Moore. 

VI-125-d 

a Omer Harrison, born June 25, 1888. 

b Josie Elizabeth, born November 29, 1889, married 
February 27, 1913, Arthur Yeager, son of Jacob and 
Savylla Yeager of Peru, Indiana, born November 6, 
1887 VIII-414 

c Leonard Fisk, born May 21, 1891. 

d Cora Aseneth, born July 31, 1892. 

e John Marshall, born December 29, 1902. 

YII-298 Children of Thomas AY. and Adella (Jones) Robison. 

YI-126-a 

a AA^ard, born in 1884. 
b Edward, born in 1885. 

A"II-299 Children of Sabin and Lulu (Brennernan) Robison. 

YI-126-b 
a Rolland Y., born January 19, 1887, married Novem- 
ber 11, 1908, Chloa Ferverba, daughter of Hiram and Eva 
Ferverba of Leesburg, Indiana, born October 23, 1887.:.-..A7'III-415 

He is a graduate of the Oswego High School and in the hardAvare business 
at Leesburg, Indiana. 

b Garland F., born December 9, 1897, married Novem- 
ber 11. 1917, Snowden Harley, daughter of Eugene and 
Pearl Harley of Leesburg, Indiana, born August, 1897. 

He is a farmer at the Garland farms near Leesburg, Indiana. 



Till': i;i I.I, I'AM 11, Y 209 

YTT-.'^dO CliiMivM (.r Willi.iiii II.iimI l':ii/;il)rtli ( l'.;in-ir|<, Willis. 

Vi-lL'Ta 

;i l)('ll,i l''t'ni, l)()ni (jcIoIht |."i, 1s7:!. m.i rrinj .\ii<_'iist 'J, 
18I>L', i'ctci' I'jiicfv Kirk, smi ol' .lulm ;iii.| KJiiMfii Collins 
(Tlioiiipsoii ) Kirk, of .MliMiiia. rciiiis\ I \ ;iiii;i. Iioni l''<'l»r-ii 
ju-y S. 1S7;5 '. \-|i[ \\h 

'I'licN li\(' Ml I larrishurc, Pciiiis.vlviiiiiii. 

I> <Jr,iiil I )illi\ .111. lioni l''(lii-ii;iry !"_'. 1 ^7 I. ni.iiTicd .M.iv 
14, 1!)(>;5. I';rric .M;i.\ LfhiM;iii. (|;Mi'_:litcr of .|;ic.,li ami S;ir-;iii 
(Dcri'ick) Ii('iiiii;iii ol' I )uiic;imi((ii. I 'niiisvK ;i n i;i \' II I 117 

'I'licy li\(' III I I ,'1 rrisliii t'u', I 'i-nns \ |\ ;i n i:i 

VI1-;{01 Cliildivii of Willuiiii II. ;iimI .Mary i iKncJn Willi.s. 

\l-lL'7-a 
a Grace, boi'ii I^'chni.-iry 12, 1SS4. 

Lives lit lioTilc, Diinraimon. rciiiis.v lv:i iii,i. 

Vn-;50-J Children of Tortu.ua A. and I'.cssic .M. ( \h\iv ) Willis. 

VI-l-_'7-d 

a .Ici'cmiali, horn .March 8, 18i)I), in Miller 'rownsliip. 
Perry Connt.v, Pennsylxania. 

1) " Forest Edward, horn A|)i-il 7. 1000. in :\|i|]er Tuwri- 
ship, Perry County, I'ennsylvania. 

e .Xaldy Hampton, hoi'ii May Ki, IDOl, in .Milh r Town- 
ship, Pei-ry County, Pennsylvania. 

cl Lottie Pearl, born June 7, lOO:!, at T.ai-edo, Ci-undy 
Count.v, ]\rissoiiri. 

e ]\ral)el A'iola, born August 18, 1905, at Stover. ."Mor- 
gan County, ]\Iissouri. 

f Edna Euellen, born -Tauuary 1. IDOS. at Stov.-i-. :\ror- 
gan Count.v, ^lissouri. 

g Clarence Reed, born July ."}, 1!)!.'), at (I rand Junetion, 
Greene County, Iowa. 



VII-303 Children of Adoli)hus A. and Sarah K. ; .Mmil Willis. 

\'ll-J7-r 

a Dillivan Fernandez, liorn Jainiar.\' 11. 1>SS. in .Miller 
Townshij), Perrv Count.v. Pennsylvania, married Decem- 
ber 4, 1913, Emma 3Iatilda Pai^c, daughter of John Pair"' 
of Luther, Boone County, Iowa, horn February "Jl. iS!"") \' 1 1 1-418 

b AA^illiam Alvin, born December 2'2. HS!). in Millei- 
Township, Perry CViunt.\'. Pennsylvania, niai-ried Octohei- 
23, 1911 Verna Viola Kousb. daimhtei- of David Roush of 
Miller Township, born March 24, 1SII2 \" 11 1-419 

e Eaymond Howard, horn Fehi'uai-.\ 21. 1892. in ^liller 
ToAvnship, Perry Count.\', Pennsylvania. 

d Kuth Bardella. horn August 2. 189."'i. in Miihi' Town- 
ship, Perry Count.v, Pennsylxania. married Decemhei- l.">, 
1915, xVrthui- A. Finer, son of (leorge Finei- of Tlioinpson. 
Winnebago County. Iowa, hoi-n May 11. 1892 VI 11-420 



210 THE BULL FAMILY 

e Darleiie Fern, born September 26, 1898, in Miller 
Township, Perry County, Pennsylvania. 

f 1. Vernon Earnest, born June 23, 1901, died Novem- 
ber 8, 1915. 

He is buried in Rose Hill cemetery, Thompson, Iowa. 

2. Clemence Alva, born June 23, 1901, in Miller Town- 
ship, Perry County, Pennsylvania. 

VII-301: Children of William M. and Etta (Garret) Willis. 

VI-128-a 

a Kobert Garret, born July 19. 1877. married Septem- 
ber 19, 1900, Maida Texido, daughter of Fred and Laura 
Texido of Snow, Idaho, born July 4, 1882.... VIII-421 

He is a farmer and has a farm and dairy at Eureka Springs, Arkansas. 

¥11-305 Children of Dr. James C. and Elizabeth J. (Willis) Hall. 

VI-128-C 

a Koscoe AVillis, born February 22, 1888. 

He graduated at Dickinson College with the degree of Ph. B. in 1908; at 
Johns Hopkins University with M. D. in 1912; was interne at the City Hos- 
pital, Bay View, Baltimore, Maryland, 1912-191.3; assistant; resident and 
assistant dispensary psychiatrist at Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1913-1915; dis- 
pensary psychiatrist and resident psychiatrist at .Johns Hopkins Hospital, 
1916-191T. Enlisted in U. S. Army in May, 1917, commissioned First Lieuten- 
ant in May, 1917, and Captain, .Tune 27, 1917, sailing for France with 1st 
Neurological Unit August 9, 1917. Served at Iving's College Hospital, Lon- 
don, until January 1st, 1918; at Hospital for Officers at Edinburgh, Scotland, 
for three weeks ; at hospitals in France near Verdun, in Lorraine in foothills 
of Vosges Mountains, and in Haute Marne District until September 1st, 1918; 
and was with hospitals of First Field Army as Director until armistice was 
signed. He went to London for attention to shell-shock patients, and was 
there on latest information awaiting further orders. 

y 11-306 Children of Robert M. and Katie (Maxwell) Willis. 

VI-129-b 

a Grace Gwendoline, born February 12, 1896, married 
March, 1913, Ray Noll, who M^as born February 18, 
1875 ....VIII-422 

b Fay, born in 1898. 

c Cleel, born in 1899. 

A^II-307 Children of Charles E. and Grace E. (Willis) Bern- 
heisel. VI-129-c 

a Forest Willis, born December 19. 1892, married Octo- 
ber 7. 1914, Dora Garber, daughter of Emanuel and Sarah 
Garber ; VIII-423 

b 1. Newton Clarence, born October 26, 1894. 

Enlisted May, 1917, and was in service at Corpus Christie, Texas, until 
August, 1918, when he sailed for France in Company A, .5th Regiment of 
Engineers. 

2. William Lawrence, born October 26, 1894. 

Was drafted into the Army August, 1918, and sent to France in Septem- 
ber, 1918, in 5(>th Pioneer Infantry. He was assigned to the Headquarters 
C'onpany. 



'Illi: I'.l 1,1, !•• AMILV -I I 

^'ll-;!llS ('liildrcii of .Idliii ( '. ,iihI Li/./.ir i '\':\>^iSiw\ ) Mcrrditli. 

;i Kolicrt TjlULUIfl , llOl-tl I )i'crnilir|- 11. ]s7(i illril I )r 

(•(■ml. CI- n, 1S!)!I. 

I) l']lc;iii()i';i, Ikimi .M,i\- 17, Ihhl!, iiiarric(| .l,iiiii;ii-v 1, 
lilOT. Ilci-licrl Aiidcisoii ' \'II|.lL'l 

'I'hi'V live ;il W iiirii'lj;i:;n. Illiiiois. 

(• Ijicillc. Ik. Ml M.iivli 1!), iSSj. iiwirricd .\I;irc|i ll', ]'Mi7, 
ll;in'\ r.;ini(k \' I I I - L'.'i 

'I'lii'V li\(' ill Wiiinrliii;;-!!, Illiiuiis. 

d 'I'Ik.iikis l);i\'i<l, Imni .M.-in-li •'!'). issii. Mi;irrici| .|;iihi 
ary 20, 1!)10, Kdilh Ciirlcr. 

TlicN' live :il Wiiin('l)a};i'. Illimiis. 

VII-80!) Cliildivn of David P.. and Isal.clla S. ( Lovc , M.-ivdit h. 

VI-l:'.(i-l. 
a ("alviii Malcci'. horn NOvciiil.ci- I'li. lS!)(i. 
1) ]\rar,uai-c1 l.c.vc. lioi-ii .Ma\ Id. 1:m»I). 
e William .M(d\iiilcy. I.oni .liiiic 1(», 11)01. 

VII-:]10 Children oi' Kev. William K. and Sarah .J. Tavlor) 
Heiich. VM:n-a 

a (irace T., born in 187!). mai'iicd iJidiai-d Locke VIII-42t; 

VII-311 Children of Rev. William J{. and Kudora K. .Mnrpiiv) 
Hench. VI-LU-a 

a Ricdiard. Ix.rn Jnnc 24. 1883, died An-ust 2:5. 1893. 

1) ^lary Linn, born Septendxi' 30, 1885, married Octo- 
ber 30. 1912. Otis Alfred Ci'(.uhaii. who was horn Decem- 
ber 30. 1884 \'1 11-427 

VTT-312 Children of John B. and Helen rRebl.. llen.-h, 

Vl-l:;i-e 

a .Ja\- Lxiiian, horn April 11. 18S.'). married dune 22, 
1911, Rachel Elting Cable, who was born dune 1. 188H.. \' 1 1 1-428 

b Horace, born Maindi 24, 1SS7. mai-i'ied Decend.er 2ti, 
1913, ]\Iadeline Xash Mea(diem, who was horn .\uL:ust 1 '>, 
1887 - V 1 ll-42'» 

c Ralph Bull, born Octob(M- 29, 1889, 

d Helen Kathi'vn. hoi'n January 1, ISDo. mai'ried Feb- 

I'uary 1. 1!)17. Frank dae(.h Sehaefer Vll-429* 

VII-313 Children of Roherl 11. and Ida Kindle lleiieh. 

Vl-131-d 

a Rnth TIaz(d, horn in 1S93. married X(U-eniher, 1914. 
John Cornell VIII-430 

b Jose]ihine. born in 189.'i. 



212 THE BULL FAMILY 

VII-314 Children of E. Henry and Viola (Jones) Hencli. 

VI-132-a 

a ]\Iarr, born in 1880. 

b Alice M.. born in 1881, married September 18, 1907. 

John G. Waterman - VIII-431 

c Robert H., born in 1888. 

d LeRov P., born in 1890. 

e Hazel V., born in 1892. 

f Glen Edward, born in 1897. 

VII-315 Children of John and Hannah J. (Hench) Hogbin. 

VI-132-b 

a William R., born in 1888, died nnmarried. 

Yn-316 Children of William R. and Carrie (Bradbury) Hench. 

VI-132-e 

a Florence, born in 1885. 

b Waldron, born in 1889. 

c Henry 0., born in 1893. 

d Margaret E., born in 1896. 

VII-317 Children of Daniel M. and Mary M. (Neville) Hench. 

VI-132-f 

" a Grace X., born May 14, 1885, married July 8, 1908, at 
Cherokee, Iowa, Leo Morton .___VIII-432 

VII-318 Children of Daniel M. and May I. (Frizzle) Hench. 

VI-132-f 

a Eddie R., born October 8, 1888, at Cherokee, Iowa, 
died January 17, 1893, in Cherokee County, loAva. 

b Bernice A., born February 7, 1892, at Cherokee, 
Iowa, married July 12, 1916, Earl B. Cummins of ]\Iadison .- 
County, Iowa. 

c^ Georgie May, born July 4, 1895, at Cherokee, Iowa. 

d Alvin M., born August 5, 1897, in Wright County, 
Iowa. 

VII-319 Children of Charles B. and Alice A. (Fisher) Kosier. 

VI-134-b 

a Hattie Rebecca, born October 5, 1882, married De- 
cember 12, 1901, William Stukey _.VIII-433 

They live at Rockford, Illinois. 

VII-320 Children of Richard A. and Margaret I. (Bull) Morley. 

VI-135-b 
a Virginia Linn, born June 5, 1903. 
b Elizabeth Lois, born November 12, 1905. 
c Richard Arthur II, born September 6, 1908. 
d William Haydon, born September 8, 1911. 



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VI1-:!J1 Childivii (.r Cliiiiiiicry l.'.j.inl Ahiiy I,', il'.iilh I Inj.kins. 

\l 1 :{.')-. I 

.•I 1. .M,irtli;i i:ii/;il>rtli. Im.i-h .IiiI\ •_', 111];;. 



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VII-;}L*l: Children (. I' C. I Icnry ;i ikI .\|;irth;i X. >l',iill. .Miiiisli.-M. 

vi-i;;:.-.! 

;i "Rolx'i-I .■\I;i1tlic\\. Im)|-h Api'il 1-'). l!)l:!. 
1) .loliii .liidsoii. horn Oi-tolicr 'I'-'), lltl I. 
e (Mijii'Ics Ilciiry, dr.. horn d;imi;ify 111. 1I(1(). 
d Jeiiii l>iiiii. Ihhii d III \- 1' I, l!il7. ;it I iiioii Spriii^.s, New 
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JUll.X iU LL 

IV-S-c 

(Page -21) 

VII-323 Children of Elmer E. aiul Ahii-aret (Barron) Milliiraii. 

Vl-l:5tid. 

a Nathan V.. Iiorn in lf)(»(). 
b Ella, liorn in l!Hr_>. 
c Vera, burn in 1!)()4. 

VII-32-1: Children' of John 15. and Ida E, (Bigelow) Milliiran. 

Vr-l:{H-.- 

a Edward Conistoek. l)orn May 12, 1S!)1. 

b Earl Lowell, born October I'o. 18!).'). 

c John James, born Januarx' 4. ISDT. 

d Fred. 

e Hay. 

f Howard. 

g Frank. 



214 THE BULL FAMILY 

VII-325 Children of Frank and Martha B. (Milligan) Babcock. 

VI-136-d 
a Edward, born September 3, 1905. 

A'II-326 Children of Thomas M. and A. May (Whiting) Milli- 
gan. VI-136-e 

a James Newton, born November 28, 1898. 
b Donald Alonzo, born December 17, 1903. 
c Kyle Meredith, born Febrnary 18, 1907. 

VII-327 Children of William P. and Katherine A. (Oakins) 
Milligan. VI-136-h 

a William Porter, Jr., born December 29, 190-4, in JMin- 
neapolis, Minnesota. 

YII-328 Children of A. and Grace G. (Milligan) Sauzer. 

VI-136-.j 
a Gordon, born in 1907. 

VII-329 Children of Fred J. and Edith C. (Zalesky) Byington. 

VI-137-C 

a Frederick Jackson, born February 25, 1901. 
b Corinne, born November 11, 1905. 
c Robert Richard, born July 25, 1914. 

VII-330 Children of Paul P. and Katherine A. (Jordan) Gau- 
thier. VI-138-d 

a William Bull Jordan, born at Williamsport, Penn- 
sylvania, June 24, 1891. 

He is a Lieutenant in the U. S. Army and is attached to Company C of 
the 56th Engineers, Search Ijight Division, American Expeditionary Force in 
France. 

VII-331 Children of Stanley L. and Kathryn F. (Miller) Jor- 
dan. VI-138-g 

a John Stanley, born at Seattle, Washington, Decem- 
ber 23, 1907. 

b Thomas Barnett, born at Seattle, Washington, 
August 25, 1909. 

c Kathryn Marie, born at Seattle, Washington, August 
12, 1911. 

d William Bull, born at Seattle, Washington, Febru- 
ary 19, 1918. 

VII-332 Children of John T. and Anna A. (Grain) Connor. 

VI-140-a 
a Edgar Ahl, ])orn January 23, 1874, married August, 
1900, Georgia Claskill. He died August 9, 1911. 

b ]\rary Grace, born February 20, 1879, married March 
15, 1900, Governia B. McClure, who was born January 18, 
1879 L..VIII-434 



'I'lIK I'.ri.l. FAMILY 215 

\'ll-;{;v5 ( 'liildri'ii (if Alliril II. ,111, 1 l^iiiniii i .M.Vt-rs i < 'rjijn. 

\l ll').|, 

;i luiliiTl MiiiiTN , liiii'ii M.-iri'li 1(1, ISI)."». 

h .M,ii-y .Myers, horn .M;in-li I'D. 1S!I!I. 

(• Willi.iiii ('l;ii-k, horn I-'.-hi'iiii ry IJ, lllOl. 

\' I l-;>;U Cliih h'l'M oT W'.ilt rr Iv ;inil l^'lorciier lv i ( 'I'.-iin i < i;irl;iii<I. 

\'l-140-(l 
;i Khcy St ii;irl . hoi'H Sept cinhir I'T, l.S.S,"), m.-irrii'd (lr;ine 
Scliiitz. 

h l'.l;inchc ( 'r;iiii, horn .M;iy •_!. lSS(i. 
(• \V;iilcr l;cc. horn ( )ctohfr 'Jd. ]S!)(i. 

VII-335 Cliihhvn of Ihiny jnid .Mary H. (CraiiM \V..()lt'. 

VI-14(W 
a Ruth Craiii. .lied Scptciidx-r Kt. 1898. 

VII-336 Cliildi-cii ot" Robert li. and Kva ( .Maii.-h.-stcr ) I'.arr. 

\'l 1 l_'-a 
a AValtrr S.. born in IS!).") 

\'li-337 Children of William X. and l-^li/.ahet h A. > ileiircs) Sci- 

bert. VI-14:5-a 

a AVilliaiu Sponsler, born Decenihei- I'l. l^T'J. marrieil 

Octol)er 22, 1806. Allie F. Fastuaeht. who was horn .Mav !!•. 

1874 L. \'III-43;^ 

They live at New Bloomfield, Pennsylvania. 

VII-338 Cliildreii of Ileury P. and .May (Clifton^ T^oss. \' 1-144-.- 
a Etbel. died iiniiiarricd. 

YII-339 Children of George and Ellen (Pliipps) Ross. VI-144-e 

a Thomas, married IMary Rlohy of Pliiladelpliia VII 1-430 

b Elsie, 

e Ellen, 

d :\Iay. 

e Gertrude, 

f George. 

VII-340 Children of Pohert S. aiul Fainne i*awliim Dana. 

VM4.")-a 

a Robert Sylvester, 

b Emma A. 

e Eli./.abeth. 

d Louisa A. 

e Ellen. 

AW are dead, and they are Imried in Cireenwood een.etery at Trenton. New 
Jersey. 



216 THE BULL FAMILY 

YII-341 Children of Charles W. and Ellen P. (Friedley) French. 

VI-146-a 

a Charles Howard, married Lillian L. Forrest .....VIII-437 

They live at Seattle, Washington. 

VII-342 Children of John J. and Rebecca P. (Friedley) Corson. 

VI-147-a 

a Ellen Pawling, born May 23, 1874. married September 

7, 1904, Dr. Eben Wesley White of Washington, D. C VIII-438 

b Susan Rogers, born August 26, 1875, unmarried. 

She lives at Landsdowne, Pennsylvania. 

c Alice Vincent, born December 31, 1876, at Norristown, 
Pennsylvania, married October 8, 1908, Kenneth Stewart 
Patton, Jr., of Charlottesville, Virginia VIII-439 

They live at Rochelle, France. 

d John Jay, born April 21. 1878, at Norristown, Penn- 
sylvania, married December 16, 1909, Eleanor Gertrude 
Yeakle of Norristown, Pennsylvania VIII-440 

They live at Xorristown, Pennsylvania. 

e Henry Friedley, born at Norristown, Pennsylvania, 
November 14, 1881, married April 10, 1912, Mary Lois Alker 
of Norristown, Pennsylvania. No issue. 

They live at NorrLstown, Pennsylvania. 

f Paula Lawrence, born at Norristown, Pennsylvania, 
October 5, 1883, married February 15, 1905, Paul Mames 
March - = VIII-441 

They live at Norristown, Pennsylvania. 

g Charles Russell, born at Norristown, Pennsylvania, 
April 25, 1887, unmarried. 

He lives at Lansdowne, Pennsylvania. 

h Dorothy Heister, born at Norristown, Pennsylvania, 
July 2, 1889, married September 9, 1914, Samuel R. Brookes 
of Washington, Georgia VIII-442 

They live at Washington, Georgia. 

VII-343 Children of Henry and Emily S. (Gemung-Ross) Fried- 
ley. VI-147-b 

a Eleanor Henry, born August 2, 1887. 

VII-344 Children of George P. and Georgine (Clarke) Rich. 

VI-148-a 

a Gerald, born August 13, 1895. Has been in service, 
1918, with U. S. Cavalry in Texas. 

b Mary Margaret, born August 8, 1898. 

VII-345 Children of Rear Admiral Caspar F. and Eleanor (Mil- 
nor) Goodrich. VI-150-a 

a Eleanor, born at Yokohama, Japan, October 19, 1876, 
married (1) June 1, 1901, Douglas Campbell. No issue. 



TIIK I'.l 1,1. KAMILV 217 

.M;iiTii'(l ( "J ) ( »c|(ilirr I, l!l|:'., ( 'lijii-lcs ThoiiKis I );ivi.s. Cjlp- 

l;i ill ill li '7l h I 'idiirrrs (iT I m I i;i A rmy. 

li .\l iliior. Ixtrii ISTs. ilicl iSSii. 

(' (';is|i;ir, lioni in l''l(irriici', Italy, .\l;i> I I "^"^L', ili"-i| 
.Inly 1."). I!)()7. 

lie w.is iippoiiiti'd M Idslii |iiii,'i II Irniii ( 'iiMiii-i'l ii'iil iil til)' N'aviil Ai-itfli-iiiy, 
A iiiia|iiilis, Mjir.vliiiKl, Scpl imiiIm r 7, lsi>7; cniilnatrd, .liitii- 7. l!Mi| ; fiiiiiini<i- 
sidiK'd Kiisi^ii, .liinc 7, I'.MI.'!; Licntcniiiit, junior (;rni\i\ .liiiii- 7, l!MH>; wni 
killed (HI lidiii'd tlir I'. S. hull Icsliin " '( Jcuruin ' ' liy an explosion. IIIm hitvIit 
wiiN as I'dlldw-s: I!Hll-l!lir_', l'. S, S. ' ' I .iiiicnsti'r' ', 'rraiiiiiii; Kipiiidrnii ; |!Hi:!, 
r. S. S. ■■M:iiiH'" iiiid 1. S, S.  •Clivc'laiid". Atlaiilii- Slalion; r.»ll.'i liMMi. 
r. S. S. •■('hica-n", racilic Slatioii; I'.iii7. I'. S. S. ' •(JcitrKin", Atlantic 
Slaliiiii. 

(1 (ianicl Woolsey, Ihu'ii in l-'loinirr, Italy. 1 SS-J. died at 
Siena. Ilal.\-, ISSIi. 

(■ (iladys. liorii.luiH' M. iSSfi, inarrird (1) at Wasliint^- 
ton, 1). ('., Octolx'i'. 1!)0!». (Miai'Ics IJclkiiai). Xo issnr. 

]\[an-ied (2) Septi'inhfr 17. llHil. -lolin Clai-k I'.ivnnan. 

VII-346 Cliildi'cii of Elmsli." M. and Susan V. (Miliior) (lill.-t. 

VI- 150- 1. 

a Alice, married ITeiiry Xott Ransom \'III44:! 

1) P>(^rtlia. marriod AVilHaiu i'atcrson \' II 1-444 

(• -lane llaxall, nian-icd .Morris Kctdiain \'lll-44") 

d Ciiarlotte ^Miliior, luan'ifd Ai'tlun- 1'. .\i-dena\v VIII-44«; 

e Langdon, married April, 1016, Ayiinc .Mct'ready. 

f :\Iildred, married 1912, Reoiuald Saulonl VI 11-147 



VTT-:147 riiildivu of riiristoplici- S. aii(] Ell.'ii ( Stuart I'att.T- 
soii. \'l-l.")l-a 

a (ieorge Stuart, born October bt. ISiiS, uiai-ried .May 
2(), 1!)04, p]leanor AVilling, daughter of Arthur Lee and 
Anne Louise (Hoy) Willing .^ \' 1 1 1 448 

He gnuUiated at the University of Pennsylvania in 1SSX. Ts a lawyer 
and general solicitor of the Pennsylvania Kailroad. 

b Joseph TIenrv, Ixnai .Iiiiic 1. lS7(b died uniuarri«'d 
May 1. 18!)9. 

He g-raduated at the University of Pennsylv.-iiiia, ami w.is a i.nirTiali^t 

c Christopher Stuart, ])orn Deeeniiter 10, 1>71. 

He graduated at the rniversity of I'eniisy Ivania. Ho was a Lieutenant in 

the IL S. Coast Aiiillcry, Kesi^-iuMl. 

d Eleanor CuyltM-, born October 2!'. 1S7;1. 

e Francis Deiiiiison, born .lime 2. lS7.'i. married Octo- 
ber 21, IIH);"), p]dith Zuleika .\daitisoii. daui^litiM' of Arthur 
Jay Adamson. 

He graduated at the University ol" Pennsylvania with the desrree of M. D. 
He was Assistant S'urgeon in the :!rd Ri-irinient. Pennsylvania Volunteer In- 
fantry, in the Porto Rico campaign. Siianish-.Xinerican War. 

f Jane Ouyler, lioni .luiie 21). 188."). died unniarri»'d 
December 24, "l!H)(;. 



218 THE BULL FAMILY 

VII-348 Children of John C. and Grace L. (Patterson) Shns. 

VI-151-C 

a Grace Patterson, born November 1, 1878, died Julv 
4, 1882. 

b Jane Curler, born December 21, 1879, married No- 
vember 14, Arthur Newlin, M. D., of Philadelphia, Penn- 
sylvania - - VIII-449 

c Dorothv Falcon, born March 5, 1881, married June 
20. 1904, Charles Piatt III.. VIII-450 

d Emmeline ]\Iarion, born January 22, 1883. married 
Septemiber 14, 1910, Frederick Eosengarten of Philadel- 
phia, Pennsylvania VIII-451 

e James Patterson, born July 21, 1884, died January 
17. 1885. 

f John Clarke, born September 27, 1887, married Octo- 
ber 1, 1913, Helen Robins - ..¥111-452 

g Joseph Patterson, born January 6, 1900, married 
January 17, 1917, Ann Scott. 

They live at Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

YII-349 Children of Theodore C. and Frances (Bissell) Pat- 
terson. ' VI-151-d 

a Elizabeth Stuart, born November 25, 1882, died De- 
cember 24, 1890. 

b Maria Jesup, born October 4, 1884, married July 18, 
1907, George Howe of Boston, Massachusetts.-- - -VIII-453 

He was educated in Europe. Is an architect at Cliestnut Hill, Philadel- 
phia, where they live. 

VII-350 Children of Charles H. and Elizabeth J. (Patterson) 
Jenks. VI-152-b 

a Francis B., born November 6, 1875. 

VII-351 Children of Robert M. and Martha S. (Patterson) Rob- 
inson. VI-153-a 

a Samuel, born July 12, 1856. married November 2, 
1882, Florence Janvier, daughter of Edward P. Janvier of 
Kent County, Maryland. 

b ]\rary, born January 9, 1860, married December 4, 
1902, AVilliam B. Cummings. 

c Martina Talmadge, born June 30, 1863. 
d Jonathan John, born January 11, 1865. 
e Margaret, born August 12, 1867, died December 3, 
1899. 



'iiii'; i;i I.I, i''A.\iii,v '.'19 

\'II-;{r;-J Cliildivii (,r 'riK.in.i.s C .in.l AhimIIi |), (CniiH-i I'at- 

Icisoii. \'l l.'):M) 

i\ ('h.iilrs I'ld w ;ii'(|. lnMii April 1 ^. |s(i(;_ nwirricil .]\\tio 

1"), ISS!), .Iciinii' Lvoii, (1,1 ii'j hi cr of ,\l)i<'| llciir-v liVoji of 

Chicnp.. Illinois ' ' \' I II l.'>4 

li AhlfV (H'|-|ni(lc, horn Srpl clnhiT 17. IStiS, UliltTlfrl 

Ocloh.M' IS. ISSS. Wiillrr \\;i I k ins of Nrw \,M-k <'ity \' I I I J.').'. 

VIT-:^"):) ('liihlrcn of l*'(l\\;ii-(l and Isnhcllii L. (('oxcj I ';it tf|-snri. 

vi-i:.:;-.- 

;i l^(l\\;ii'<l Liddoii, horn Anmisl I'l. lS(i(i. ;it Kast 
( )i';iii<,;r. New .Jersey. ni;irried dune II. r.Mi:',. |<'r;iners l.oiiiHi' 
llewlell of Ilewlell. LoilU' Ishind, h.\- llir I,'i--|it KeV. I'.islioj. 
Ihif^t'ss ol' liOii^ Ishiiid. 

Ill' KrailiiMlcil Ml ('(iluiiilii.i ('(ilic^c ill Issi'i. ;iiii| 111 ( 'olmiiliiii Liiw Sclioul 
ill ISSS. Ill' is :i liiwycr. lie wms Kiisl Liciilcnaiit of llic L'lllst N'cw York 
Nnluiilcrr lnl'iiiitr.\ Kcyiini'iil ill llic S|i:iiiish-Atncririi ii war. im<l was aiilc ilf 
i-aiii|i to l!ri«:a(lii'r (Iriicral (iii.\' \'. llniry. I'. .S \'iiliiiitccrs, in I'nrlii llir.i. 

1) .Mary Xcwljold, hoi'ii Ai)ril 1!). iSd!). ;it Kast Oraii-j-e. 
New Jersey, inarri.'d May 14, 1!)(»:;, K'ieli,ird \V,ilden li;de 
of Boston, .Massaeliiisetts \' II I J.'iti 

(* Eh'aiioi- Stiiarl, horn June 24. 1^7-2. ;d l-'Iast OraiiLie. 
.\(^w .Jerse\', married December 20, 11)().'>, Harris Kohins 
Childs of New York City Vlll-i:.7 

d Ileniy Stnart. liorn .lannary ;"), 1874. at I*'ast Oi-anire. 
New Jersey, mai-ried Oetohei- h. 1!H)(). ( 'liai'lotte Wise 
Hopkins, at the ("liapel, Williams ColleLic. Massaeluisctts. 
l)y the Rev. Henry IIo])kins, presi(h'nt of the eoUeije VIII-4")S 

He giafluated at Williairs College in IS'Mi, and at the College of Physi- 
cians and Snri;f(inK. New York City. Ts a i)liysician. 

e Artlmr Coxe. hoi-n did.\ ;U, 1S7S. at Kast Oraii.ire, 
New Jersey. 

Gradnated at Williams Colleso in llml. Is n lawyer. 

f Anthonv Drexel, l)orn .lainiar\- 18, 1883, died .Mav 1. 
1890. 

VII-354 Cinldren of Bri^'adier (ieneral doliii II. and Mary K. 

(Forbes) Patterson! Vl-l.'):;-d 

a Stnart For])es, horn at Fort Totten, Dakota. Kel>ni- 

arv 4, 1874. died at Sai-an;ic Lake. New \avk. Decemher .'•. 

1910. 

He graduated at Willi.inis (,(ille-c in l''^'.i-">. Was a law.ver. 

h Elizabetli Stnart. horn at l-'ort Seward. l^akot;i. Sep- 
tember 20, 187(i. 

c Helen, hoiai at ("olnmhiis Bari-atdcs. Ohio. Jainiary 
2, 1881. 

VII-355 Children of Valentine .M. and Klorenee .Hart Patter- 
son. VI-iri3-e 
a Clifford, born Jannary .">. 1880. 
b :\rai-v Fli/.a. born April !•. 1882. 



220 



THE BULL FAMILY 



VII-356 Children of Rufus H. and Martina T. (Patterson) San- 
ford. VI-153-f 
a Edward Patterson, born July 29, 1877. 

Graduated at the University of Minnesota in 1900. Is a lawyer. 

b Henry Chapman, born January 20, 1883. 

YII-357 Children of Thomas :\I. and Carrie B. (Patterson) 
Newbold. VI-154-a 

a Margaret Mitchell, born March 22, 1873, married 
James M. Castle. 

They live at Cliestnut Hill, Pennsylvania. 

b Henry Stuart, born October 23, 1881, died unmarried, 
c Grace Bartram, born September 15, 1884. 

VII-358 Children of James AV. and Elizabeth S. (Henderson) 

Cromwell. VI-155-a 

a Lincoln, born May 20, 1865, married October 30, 

1895, IMabel A¥heeler Smith, daughter of Rev. Cornelius 

Bishop and Mary (Wheeler) Smith, born in 1865 VIII-459 

They live in New York City. He graduated at Columbia Col-lege in 1886, 
and at Columbia Law School in 1888. He is a merchant. 

b James A¥illiam, born April 19, 1868, married Novem- 
ber 11, 1903, Paula Bronson, daughter of Robert D. and 
Isabella D. Bronson of Summit, New Jersev, born in Nice, 
France - - - - -- VIII-460 

He graduated at Columbia School of Mines in 1889, and is an architect. 

c Anna Caroline, born March 15, 1872, unmarried. 

d Charles Edwin, born July 2, 1877, died January 11, 

1879. 

Aai-359 See VII-136. Children of Levi B. and Anna (Hender- 
son) Alricks. VI-155-d 

A^II-360 Children of AVilliam H. and Emma (Boyd) Henderson. 

YL155-e 

a Anna, born May 10, 1883. 

Eighth Generation 

VIII-1 Children of William H. F. and Elizabeth S. (Ritten- 
house) Gurley. VH-l-a 

a Emily, born November, 1854, died January, 1855. 

b Ralph Randolph, born January 16, 1856, married 
June 6, 1878, Ella Jeannette Gibbons.l _..JX-1 

c Henrietta, born and died in 1857. 

d Alarion, born and died in 1859. 

e Franklin Rittenhouse, born May 31, 1860. 

f AA^illiam Fitzhugh, born April 30, 1861, married 
Elizabeth Buckey. No issue. 



'I'lli; I'.l l,L I'AMII.Y 221 

'j; l<\'i'(liii;iii<l, lidni ;im(| dioj in isi;:,'. 
Ii ( ';ir(iliii('. IxiiM ;i III I died in iSli.'i. 

i (icoi'Lic Mull. Imiii .\o\('iiil)cr II. Isiil, diiil N'ovi-m 
her 17, 1 SI) I, iiiiiii;i iTicd. 

A'lH-l.' (Miildrcii of .loscpli II. ,iiid IsoImI I, > U'lt ti'iilioiisf » 
Noiirsc. iN'III-l'l) \'il-l .• 

;i \Villi;iiii. horn April .">. Is.'il, died l"'idini;ify "J'J, Ibo-t. 

1) Isolx'l. honi .\()\i'iiil)cr II, I S.').'!, iiiiiii;in-ii'd. 

c lIiMirict l;i, lioni ;iiid dird .Jiiiic |(i, iS.'jS. 

(I iMuily, lioni .liiiic r_', iSol), niiiii;irrii'd. 

(■ l-]d\\;ii'(| l'i\(Tc|j. Iioi'ii I )('('(Mnl)('r l!4. isi;;',. at \'>:\\  
fi(4(l, Wiscoiisiii. iiijirricd .M;iy 1(1, isnl. Susie l'\iy Siivt-i-- 
iiail, Avlio \v;is honi ()c1()I)im- 2!I. Isiiii. at I!;iyfirld. Wis- 
consin. 

They live at Berlin, Coniieeticiit. lie wiis student iit the I.ako Forest 
Aeademy and rniversity, ]S,S2-lSS(i; Mae.VIester < olleire. St. I'lml, Nfinnesotii. 
ISSd-lSST: Lake Forest University, ISSS; <]r|-;,,luated at Ilartfiiril. ( '..niieetii-ut, 
ThedldS'ieal Seminary. 1S!H: received degree of S. T. D.. 1S!>:;; p^:st-i;radtiiite 
Hartford Seminary, IS'.i:',- 1S!I4 : University of Jena. l.S04-1S!l."i ; rereived desjree 
of I). D. from Lake Forest Seminary in ISilT: was licensed to preach l>y the 
Chicago Presbytery in 18!ll>: ordained in the Presbyterian >rinistrv. IS'.i:',; «-ns 
pastor of Berlin, Connecticut, Second Congregational Cliurch. 1S!tt>-lS!(.S; at 
ILirtford Seminary, instructor. 1S!IS-1!I0I1; assistant professor. 1'.»',ll)-1!i:iri. and 
Professor of Bil)lical Theology, lilt).'; lectured at llolyoke College in lilli:!. Is 
author of several woi'ks and articles on theology. 

o- ITarvoy, born February 20. 1870. 
h Laurie, born January 18, 1872. 
i Louisa, boni December 25, 1873. 
j Bessie, born June 10, 1876. 
(Four ebildiMMi died in infancy.) 

VIII-3 Children of Alexander ^L and .Marv 1). (Rittenlion.s<>) 
Woods. \- 1 1 2,1 

a Henrietta Rittenhouse. ])nr\\ in Wasliiuytoii. D. ('. 

b James Sterrett, born in Ilartsville. Hucks ("ouiitv. 
Pennsylvania, married January, 18!)8, Lenoi-e Ross Isen- 
ber^', dauiiliter of JoseiJi (i. and Lois (DufVy Iseid)er^' of 
Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania IX-2 

They live at Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, where he is n lawyer. 

c Franklin "Rittenhous(\ born at TTartsville. liiu-ks 
County, Pennsylvania, married Septeiubei- 14. ISDS. Mai-y 
Stella Woolcoek, dau.uiiter of Tlioiuas and Christine (Rob- 
ertson) Woolcoek of MaliiMioy City. Pennsylvania. Xo 
issue. 

They live at Newcastle. Lawrence County. Pennsylvania. 

d Annie Withersi>oon, btu-n in Mahonoy City, Penn.syl- 
vania, died in infancy. 

e Samuel Stanhoiu', Ixiru in Malionoy City, t'ennsyl- 
vania. died in inl*aiu'.\'. 



222 THE BULL FAMILY 

Ylll-i Children of Brigadier General Thomas and Henrietta 
W. (Rittenhonse) Wilson. VII-2-b 
a William Lowe, born August 3, 1860, died in 1861. 
b Mary Duncan, born January 23, 1861, married Jan- 
uary 27, i882, Warren Switzler IX-3 

They live in Omalia, Nebraska. 

c Henrietta, born November 29, 1862, married (1) 
June 30, 1887, Lieutenant Daniel H. Boughton, 3rd U. S. 
Cavalry, at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. He died August 
24, 1914, at Fort Huachuca, Arizona XI-4 

He was appointed Cadet at the U. S. Military Academy, West Point, from 
Minnesota, September 1, 1877; graduated and commissioned Second Lieuten- 
ant, 3rd Cavalry, June 11, 1881 ; First Lieutenant, ord Cavalry, January 27, 
1885; Captain, 3rd Cavalry, April 5, 18!)(); Major, 2nd Cavalry, May 25, 1903; 
transferred to the 5th Cavalry, June 16, 1909; Lieutenant Colonel of Cavalry, 
March 5, 1911; transferred to the Sth Cavalry, April 3, 1912; Colonel of Cav- 
alry, April 30, 1914; attached to 10th Cavalry when he died. His service was 
as follows: During the Spanish- American War he served with his troop in 
the campaign at Santiago de Cuba, and was recommended for Brevet Major 
for gallantry in action. After detached service in the United States, went to 
the Philippines, and was in several engagements with the insurgents, at Sin- 
nit, at Santa Rosa Mountain, and at Malacanan ; and served on the staff of 
Brigadier General J. T. Bell. On return to the United S'tates in 1903 he 
was senior instructor in the Department of Law at the School of Infantry 
and Cavalry, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. He had, in 1887, graduated No. 1 in 
a class at the same school. He studied and graduated at the New York Law 
School and was admitted to the New York State bar in 1894, while on duty as 
assistant instructor in law and history at the Military Academy, West Point, 
1891-1894. He graduated at the Washington University Law School, St. Louis, 
Missouri, in 1897. He was on duty as senior instructor in law and military 
art at the Army Service school, 1904-1908. He served on the General Staff 
on work on Field Regulations and Maneuvers in 1908-1911. He was chairman 
of the Military Information Committee and a member of the Geographic 
Board. 

Married (2) William Moore, who was born November 2, 
1862. 

He is surgeon of steamship "Minnesota" in the Naval Supply Service. 

d Margaret Stevens, born November 25, 1864. 

Assistant librarian and. cataloguer at the Public Library, Norwalk, Con- 
necticut. 

Yni-5 Children of Ma.jor Benjamin F. and Elizabeth (Shapter) 

Rittenhouse.. VII-2-c 

a Benjamin Franklin, born June 26, 1869, at Eastport, 

Maine, married June 17, 1896, Roberta Lackey Hendrick 

of Leesburg, Virginia. No issue. 

He was appointed Second Lieutenant, U. S. Marine Corps, from Virginia, 
May 26, 1899. Was promoted to Captain, March 2, 1903, and to Major and 
retired, August 29, 1916. 

b Sterling Shapter, born at Fort Adams, Rhode Island, 
June 11, 1873, died at Yonkers, New York, March 19, 1875. 

c Elizabeth Caldwell, born May 7, 1877, at Washing- 
ton, D. C, married June 7, 1905, Alfred Theodore Clifton, 
First Lieutenant, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, who was born 
in AVashington, D. C, May 26, 1875 IX-5 

He served as a private. Sergeant and First-Class Sergeant, U. S'. Signal 
Corps, June 15, 1898, to March 24, 1899; Second Lieutenant of Volunteer 
Signal Corps, July 1, 1900; vacated. May 26, 1901; First Lieutenant, U. S. 
Signal Corps, February 21, 1901 ; Captahi, January 2, 1906. Promoted to 
Major and Lieutenant Colonel. Now Cliief Signal Officer at Camp Meade, 
Maryland. 



'I' 111'; i;i LI, I'AMILV 2i'3 

(I r.nsil \(in-is, hoi'ii ,il l'';li/;il)ft li. New .ItTscN'. .\iiL'iist 
If). 1S7!», iii.iiTicd N()\rinl)iT rj, 1!»<>1, ill \V;isliini:t(tn. I). C, 
Milfic IjOllisc 'riicl'iri- IX-fl 

Mr crilisicil as :i piiviitr ill ( '(iiii|mii,v L, I'Tlli VoluMli'tT liifnntry. Aiisu*' 

11, IMI'.!, llliil srl\((l Ici AllKllst IS, |M!l!l; (■(illllllisNt>>tli-(l Sfciilill l,(i>lltfnnril , 
:Utli \i)riinlcii- liilMiiliv. Aiiirnsl ■_'.".. lS!i!», sfiviiii; to .\|«iil I", I'.iH ; ii|>|i..inl.'rl 
SccdTiil l.ii'iiti'iiiiiil. Illli Ciiviilrv, (liiliin; ffciiii KriMiiiiry L', liHIl ; iiiTi-|>t..il. 
July '.). lilUL'; I'iisl I .ifiil iiiii ill , .Inly L'.'i. I'.tlcj; < iiptiiiii, lilh Caviilry, Miin-h »',. 
I'M;;. (iiMiluMlcil at llic 1 iil'iiiil ly 1111(1 Caviiliy Sclmol in I'.Mi:;. I'miimti'il In 
Mii.jdr. r.ilT. Mini |c> Miiiliiiiiiil Ciiliiiicl, liif,iMli\ ( 'ri'iii|ii>niry I , ]'.>\^ 

Ylll-(i (Miildrcii ol' Uich;ii-(| S. '\\ und ( 'Iriiinirni.' ( '. iRitt.'ii 
house) Cisscl. \'ll •-' '■ 
;i 'Wiwy Croshic, hoi'ii .Miii-cli ■_'■">. ]S(ifl. tuiiiTird .\|)nl. 
1S!)1, Sjiiiiik'I Berry, wlio \v;is lioi-n -hily l(j, LStiT. She 
ditHl Novt'inlx'r 25, "iDOT IX 7 

Tlii'v lived :il I'lliza liit li, Ni'W .Icrscy. 

1) Helen Murray, Ixirn Octnlier ."). ISTl. 

e Ettie Davidson, born .laiiiiary 1. 1S74. married (>rtii- 
her '25. li)10. .James Crane Kellog-;-, who was horn Fehi-ii- 
ary 1 \\ 1S71 ^ I X-S 

They live at Elizabeth, New Jersey. 

d ClemcMitine, liorn Deeemlier 2!), 1M75, married .\l;iy 
28, 1900. AVilliam Pereival :\laekeuzie IX :) 

They live at Gernianlciwii, l'riiiis> 1\ aiiin. 

e ^Fariiaret S., horn .lanuary 17, 1S7S, married Xoveiii- 
l)er 15, 1004. Frederick Pardee l-'uMer. who was horn at 
Seraiiton, Pennsylvania. May IS. 1871 IX-IO 

They live at Yonkers, New York. 

f Katherine Barnard, born February 8. 1880. married 
February 6. 1918, Walter l^arnham Siinms, -who was boi-ii 
at Newark, New Jersey. February 12, 1858. 

ii' .John Atkinson, born .Man-li 24. 1882. miri-ied Ortn 
ber 24, 1908, Grace Wood, who was hoi'ii April 22. 1884 1X11 

VIII-7 Childivn of dames 1). and DoIoih's (Casillasi Ritten- 
house. Vll 2-f 

a i^eloxier James, born .liiiie 12, 1888. married AulmisI 
12, 190G, ^Mary Daltou, who was horn September 11. 1890.. ..IX- 12 

They live at Phoenix, Arizona. 

YIII-8 Chiklren of .lames 11. and Ida (CoK't Kittenhoiisr. 

\ll-2-h 

a Lucia Morse, horn .May 8. 187!>. a1 Serantoii. I'enn- 
s.vlvania, married •lul.\- 18. llhiii. Dr. Ch.irles (iardner 
Slioemaker of Washiimton, P. ('. IX-18 

b Ralph Davidson, horn •laniiary 14. 1881. at Wyalus- 
luix, Bradford County, Peiui.sylvania. died March !>. 1908, 
at Saranac Lake. X\'w York. 

c Leonard Cole, born OcttJier 81. 1884. at Seranton. 
Peniisvlvania. married .Iiin(\ liMti. Peatrice Williams. 



224 



THE BULL FAMILY 



d Howard, born and died January 4, 1886. 

e Karl David, born March 2, 1888, at Scranton, Penn- 
sylvania, married May 5, 1915, Bessie Thomas of AVilkes- 
barre, Pennsylvania... - IX-14 

They live at Scranton, Pennsylvania. 

VIlI-9 Children of Charles E. and Helen S. (Good) Ritten- 
honse. Vn-2-i 
a Sarah Elizabeth, born November 22, 1880, at Wash- 
ington, D. C, married January 16, 1906, Charles Living- 
ston .Snell, who was born December 11, 1877, at Washing- 
ton. D. C -- - IX-15 

They live at Washington, D. C. 

b Arthur. 





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THE CONESTOGA WAGON 

IV-8-e 

(Page 27) 



VIII-10 Children of AVilliam R. and Jerusha M. (Willard) Hull. 

VII-4-a 

a David Frampton, born December 7, 1865. 

b Waldo Willard, born September, 1868, married 
Mabel Fermor Swartz — IX-16 

c Clarissa Josepha, born March 9, 1870. 

VIII-11 Children of Joseph F. and Mary E. (Mehaffey) Hull. 

VII-4-b 

a Emily Alice, born March 16, 1878, married Roland 
Thompson IX-17 

VIII-12 Children of Thomas and Fannie (Rittenhouse) Hyde. 

VII-5-a 

a Thomas, Jr., born October 10, 1866, married October 
1, 1890, Ellen Adair Augur. He died July 4, 1899 IX-18 



'I' hi: III I.I, I'AMII.V •»«' 

li l'liiiil> luiw l.iinl, horn .l;iiiii;iry :!l. 1^7<i, riiiirrif<| \ 
Xovfiiilici' Jd. ISDI), |;;in\ I'.nlklry IX-1'> 

.M;in-ic(| CJi .\(i\ cnilMi- l'l'. pioii, .|u|,ii Allni Collirr 
Wi-i-lil. 

^'lll-l•'! ('llildrcM (if L('n|l;i|-(| ;|||(| .M,ir\ X. f |,'it trnllrmsr ) (Jim- 

iK'ii. vii.:,.<- 

a Lcoiinr.l. honi .\|,i\ l.'s. iSl.l). iiiarrinl \\\n\\\ N.-lstin. 
'laiiLilitci- of Wvx. K'olxTl .111(1 - (I'oiril/.) Nelson of Vir- 
liiiiia. 

K'cN-. l;(il)iTt_ Nt'lsdii \\:is fr(.ni ():i li l:iiul, Nir-iiiiii. iiml I'oinlX wnK 

I'ruiii Sl.inldii, Vii'fciiii;!. 

\'Iir-14 ("liildi'cii of Saimicl W. and Caruliiic \{, hockwnod) 
K'iltcnliouse. \' 1 1 ;, ,| 

a Cai-olyii ('Ia\-. liofii Scptcniix'i- •_*•_', isj."), nian-h-d 
Al)i'il 2(i, 1!H)4. William lii^jis of Ddruit. .Mirhi-an IX L't) 

1) ^lary Wliilall, hom .Inly IS. ISTS. iiinnarricl. 

e llciii-y L()(d<\V()()(l, lioi-ii Xoxcinlni- iM. 1881, iiiai-ri''d 
A])!-!! 14, !!)()!), Aniic ('oiuhII Cocliiaii. horn XovcimImt 
15, 18!)() IX.iJl 

d Charles Edwin, born Xovember 22. 1884. unniarricd. 

e Paul Lockwood. horn Api-ij ;!(). 1887, iiiiniaiTifd. 

VIII-lo Children of .lo.shua and Martha L. (Kittenhoiisc ) Wil- 
liams. \'[r-(i-a 
a Aliee Jane, boi'ii AiilmisI 2<>, 1872. 
1) Louis Hudson, hoi'ii April 2(). 1874. 
c Charles Kittenhouse, born -January 'M), I87t). 
d Kachel Louise, born Septembei- 11, 1870. 

VIII-16 Children of Charles L. and Craee i^llubbell) K'itti-n- 
house. Vll-H-b 

a John Iluii'hes. l)orn Fcl)ruar\ ."> ISS.I. died .\pi-il 2i>. 
1886. 

b Catherine, born :\Iay :n. 188n. 

VTTT-17 Childi'eii of David II. and .Mar\- l'\ i Kit ti'iiliousc i Lam- 
bie. ' Vll-t;-f 

a Arthur Dah'. born Octohei- 2!», 1S7S. 
b Helen Rittenhouse, horn April 1."), iMil. difil -lidv 
2!), 1910. 

c Ethel Louise, born Xovcmbcr 17. lSlt4. niarricil 
Angust 14, 1912, Douulas Xoi-inan Wilson LX-22 

They live at Great Falls, Mmitana. 

VIII-18 Children of Adam C. and Marv F. Xoursc-SmvtIuO 
McCaffre.v. ' VlI-7-a 

a John Clarke, boi'n Deeenilu r 14. 18H0, tliecl unmar- 
ried June 14, 1882. 



226 THE BULL FAMILY 

VIII-19 Children of Electiis A. and Sarah L. (Nourse) Pratt. ' 

VII-8-C 

a William Norman, born June 19, 1867, died August 
22, 1867. 

b Edward Electus, born October 4, 1870, died unmar- 
ried October 17, 1912. 

c Charles William, born March 7, 1875, died Mav 9, 
1886. 

d Helen, born May 19, 1877, died February 25, 1880. 

VIII-20 Children of Edward M. and Julia (Moore) Nourse. 

VII- 8- g 



o 



a Robert Willett, born December 4, 1873. 
b Ida Moore, born September 19, 1877. 
c Julia de Pass, born January 15, 1880. 

VIII-21 See VIII-2 Children of Joseph H. and Isobel L. 
(Rittenhouse) Nourse. VII-9-a 

VIII-22 Children of John W. and Elizabeth R. (Nourse) Nairn. 

VII-9-b 

a Mary Wilson, born September 21, 1854, married 
September 3, 1878, Franz John Heiberger, Jr., who was 
born February 9, 1852 , IX-23 

b John James, born October 25, 1856, married Novem- 
ber 19, 1884, Gertrude Hastings Sissons at Hartford, Con- 
necticut, daughter of Thomas and Gertrude L. (Hastings) 
Sissons, born October 2, 1860. No issue. 

He is a wholesale druggist. Thomas Sissons was born in West Hartford, 
Connecticut, June 15, 1828, and Gertrude L. Hastings was born at Suffield, 
Connecticut, August 4, 18S1. 

c Joseph, died in infancy. 

d James, died in infancy. 

e Thomas Shields, born May 7, 1860, married April 8, 
1884, Sallie Louise Garretson at Philadelphia, Pennsyl- 
vania, who was born August 1, 1864 IX-24 

f Elizabeth Rooker, born September 1, 1861, died 
October 1, 1861. 

VIII-23 Children of James M. and Sarah F. (Blackman) 
Nourse. VII-9-f 

a Hattie Foster, born February 22, 1866, married Feb- 
ruary 12, 1889, Albert Doyle Brockett, son of Edgar 



Till'; I'.ri.l. I'W.MII.Y 227 

Jjaiiu'dnii ,111(1 ( Jcihl: i.iiia ( Scv mniir i I Jroclifl I , horn at 
Enfield, Xoi'l li ( 'ai'ol ma. 

'I'lii'V live nt Alcxiiiiiliiii. \'iii;iiiiii, wIhtc llwy liavr iilwiiyN Iwi-n iiiliT 
('sli'<I. Iiolli loi'iilly Mild ill llir sliili'. in wnrk for tin- |Mililt<' K'"''! <>>i'l >» )"• 

lliririll lllillli'l's, lirilli;- luc'lll lirls of lillllll'i'nils Morii'tinM.* 

1» Alplicns lloiaicr, liofn I )('C)Mnl>('r '\, 1>^(17, inarTi''il 
ScplcnilxT '2'\ 1!»(I7. I'lva l-'Jizalirt li Caliill, (laui.'littT oi' 
'i'liomas i<'raiicis aiiil l']\a l-'Jizalid li ('aliill of iJoston. Ma.H- 
sacliusclts. Imm'ii Si'|)trinlh'r l(i. 1S7I) IX-L'.'» 

111" is n inrcliaiucii I ciiiiinccr. 

C Clai'cnrc DonLzlity. hocn -Inly 1 I. l^Tfi, rrian'hi! .hini- 
7, 1871), Fjli/ahcth Uoicc. (lant;ii1iM- nf llrmy and Catli 
ci'inc -M. (Smith) lioirc, lioni -lanuary I'D. 1S71 IX-2fj 

He is M ii\il I'lit^iiK'iT. 

d Edith Ilolincs, hoi'n Scpti'inhcr 'M), 1S7"_'. niai-cifd 
Noveiidx'i- IS, IDdL*, -Icssc Sidwfll Myers, son of -Inhn and 
Alice (Si(hvell) M\'('i-s ol' ( 'arroll ('niintx, .Mai-\land, liorai 
:\rairli :n , 1873 ' '. '. I X :^7 

e James Ei'aiK'is, l)()rn X'ovemltef 18, 1874. nuin-ied (1) 
October 8, 11)06, Hazel (i. Ballard; married (2) June 1, 
1918, Frances Gallagher. 

He is a civil enfiineer. He w;is ;i Liciitt'iiaiit in I'. S. Vdluiitfcr Iiifiiiitry 
in the Spanish-American War. 

f ]\Iary Abip-ail, born Xoveiuher 1*1, 1S71). married Api-il 
121, 1!)()6, John Edg-ar Myers, son of John ami .Mice (Sitl- 
well) ]\lvers of Carroll ronnt\', ]Mar\laiid. liorn !\ra\ 14. 
1875 ....' ;  iX-2S 

VIII-24 Children of James P. and Eva ^\ ( Xmirse) Biirehfield. 

Vll-O-ir 

a James Xourse, born September 17. lS(i4. at Milroy, 
Pennsylvania, married (1) at Clearfield, reunsylvauia. 

*Allied taniilies descended from: 

Paternal. Maternal. 

Harvey. Blacknian. 

North. Doughty. 

Rittenhouse. S'inith of NVw .lersev ami Connecticut. 

Todd. Owen. 

Fonace. Risley. 

Gregory. Clark of New York and Connecticut. 

Burton. Leek. 

Phillips. Rose. 

Edwards. Insersoll. 

Martin. Ireland. 

Rambo. Soniers. 

Eekerly. Parkers of Conneetieiit. 

Bowen. Pratts of Connecticut. 

Ingram. Howards. 

Edwards. Von Cowhenovon (Conover). 

De Wees. Hodgkins. 

Bethell. GriswoUls. 

Cock. Adams. 

Sibrnnts. 

Barber. 

Xorth. 

Buckinghaiu. 



228 THE BULL FAMILY 

October 14, 1886, Anne Luella McCullough, who died at 
Roanoke, Virginia, May 29, 1897 IX-29 

Married (2) at Pottstown, Pennsylvania, December 26, 
1899, Annie M. Stringer, who died at St. Clair, Pennsyl- 
vania, March 4, 1901 IX-30 

Married (3) at Clearfield, Pennsylvania, October 21, 
1903, Catherine Josephine Genie. No issue. 

They live at Altoona, Pennsylvania, where he is a lawyer. 

VIII-25 Children of John T. and Eleanor M. (Pomeroy) Nourse. 

VII-9-h 

a Sarah Harvey, born at Cairo, West Virginia, July 2, 
1872, married September 24, 1901, Arthur Garner Welbon, 
fourth son of Thomas and ]\Iary Elizabeth (Beach) Wel- 
bon, born at Eastmanville, Michigan, August 4, 1866 IX-31 

He has been a missionary to Korea. Thomas Welbon was born in Lin- 
coln, England, March 31, 18:31, died January 11, 1885; was married, July 23, 
1854, to Marv Elizabeth Beach, who was born at Rochester, New York, Febru- 
ary 20, 1832," and died Xovember 12, 188:3. 

b Joseph Pomeroy, born November 15, 1873, married 
April 6, 1901, Minnie Sylvester _...._ IX-32 

They live in San Francisco, California, where he is a teacher in the 
Lowell High School. 

c James Rittenhouse, born August 19, 1875, married 

(1) January 14, 1904, Clara May Crawford IX-33 

Married (2) April 2, 1914, Ella Goldie Cunningham. 

They lived in Los Angeles, California, where he was a journalist, and 
recently was assigned to newspaper work at Washington, D. C, where they 
are now living. 

d John Thomas, born March 3, 1877, married June 11, 
1908, Ruth Hoppin - IX-34 

They live in San Francisco, California, where he is Judge of the Superior 
Court of California, appointed November 8, 1917, being at the time of appoint- 
ment Assistant Attorney General of the State. In September, 1918, he was 
re-elected by the primaries, having no opposition. 

e Bavard Everhart. born Januarv 10, 1880, married 
August 21, 1909, Carolyn GerakL _.'... IX-35 

They live at Alameda, California. He is an insurance agent at San 
Francisco. 

VIII-26 Children of Isaiah G. and Ann C. (Nourse) Marks. 

VII-9-j 

a Reba Warren, born Julv 21, 1884, married January 
1. 1913, Roy G. Goodwin. 

They live at Sacramento, California, where he is a journalist, assistant 
editor of the Sacramento Bee. 

b Ann Lucille, born June 1, 1886. 

c George Nourse, born October 14, 1887. 

d Will Jay, born December 27, 1889. 

_e James Harvey, born December 9, 1898, at Los Ala- 
mitos, California. 



Till'; \'.\\A. i'AMIi.V 229 

N'lll "JT ('liildrcii of ( 'niMicliiis ,iii(l Miiiiii.i .1. ( Xdiirsf I Slril)- 

lill-. Vlf-lO-;, 

;i llclcll .l(isc|i|i;i. Ii(ini ()c|(il)i'|- L'."). ]>')'■',, .|i.-(| M;ii-r|| 

11,1 H'-tr^. 

I» ( 'onicli IIS K iiiclicloc, lidiii AiiLiiist !i. 1 s,')7, iii;ifr-ii'(| 
Xovclllhcr IS. iSSIi. .M.ii-y r.cll .Mc|);iiiir|s. win. w;is hofli 

.\\\uv (), lS(i7 IX :{»i 

I'luy live ill Wiishiiifrtoii, D. f., whcrp ho is oinplnrod in fho OovcrnniPnt 

riiiiliiiLT jiiiildiiit;. 

<• liOiiisa l*r.\'iu', hoi-ti I )('Cfiiil)cr Iw, l>sr)S, iiuirrifd ilj 
Willi;! Ill il.'iii-y Creswcl! '. ] IX-;!7 

Mjiri'icd Cji ill lS!l-_' \)v. Kirkscy of I'lckciis, South (';ir(i- 
liii:i '. ]X \-2 

Mni'ficd (:]) Jj. P. ]>ii(l;iliii. ]i\rs ;it P.rriiiriMoii. W;isli- 
iiigton. 

d Beiijaiuin Xourse, boi-n -Juh 17, 18G(), clird .Juh' '), 
1861. 

VIII-28 C'liildren ol' Jaeub \V. and Susan S. (^Xuurscj Winans. 

VII-10-1) 

a Benjamin l<"'ranl<]iii Watkiiis. Ikumi l^'rhniary 8. 1856, 
married -liinc "^T. 1880, Ksllicr Dickson I'rown. \vlio was 
born June 27, 1857.. IX-38 

They lived at Mt. Vernnn. Xcw Yoi-k. 

VIII-29 Cliiidrun of Alexander S. and Kuiii\- d. i Xoiii-se) 
Steiiart. ' VI 1-12- a 
a William Motl. born October 2. iSlil. married .May 2, 
1888, Florenee May lleibrr-vr, boi'n Mi\y 2!», 1866 " IX-iiO 

They live in Washiiifftoii. I). C. wlieie lir is :i lawyei'. lie lr<s the decrees 
of LL. B., 1SS1: \Aj. M., lSSr>, and was admitted to the Washington l>ar in 
1886. He is in the Bureau of Tensus Departments of Coninifn-.' and Labiir. 

b Alice Nourse, born September 5. 1868. in Xiieees 
County, Texas, married dune 21. 1887, at Washinirton. D. 
C, Jobn ^Milton Killitts, who was born October 7, 1858 IX-40 

Tliey live at Toledo, Ohio. lie !;radiiated at Williams ColleK*' with the 
degree of A. B. in 1880, .V. jM. in 1SS7, and from Columhia I'niversity 1,1,. B. 
in 1885, and I,T,. M. in 1S,8C). He was a lawyer at Bryan, Williams Connty, 
Ohio, and was .ludse of the Court of Common Pleas of the T'.rd Pistriet, Ohio. 
100."i-im<>. He was a])i)ointed Cnited S'tates District -hidire nf the Xnrtherii 
District (if Oliio, Toledo, .lune "-M. I'.iln 

e Alexander SomerN-illc. boni Sr|i|ciiiltcr 21, l>ii5, mar- 
ried June 2(5. 188i). l,iii(Li llo-iic. Iioiii .March 15. 1868 lX-41 

They live .1 1 Washincton. D. C., where he is a patent attorney. He has 
the decrees «< 1. 1.. B., ISSli, ,in<l 1,1.. M., 1S;.S7. from f'idnniUia Cniversity. 

VIir-30 Ohildreii n\' William A, and F,mil\ d, i Xoiirse-Stniart'' 
Meloy. " VII-12-a 
a Edith Willard. born October S. 1869. 
b Isabella Kittenhouse, born Ajiril 15. 1871, 
e (iuv Stanlev, born Julv I), 1874. marrieil June 21. 
1902, Irene Bock' ' IX-42 



230 



THE BULL FAMILY 



d Francis Edward, born May 23, 1876. 
e Emilv Gertrude, born October 23, 1879. 
f Hugh Brian, born June 6, 1881, married October 16, 
1902, Mary Owens Cunningham IX-43 

VIII-31 Children of William B. and Rosa H. (Raymond) 
Nourse. VII-12-b 

a Ray (adopted), born May, 1885. 

VIII-32 Children of Samuel H. and Anna I. (Nourse) Meloy. 

VII-12-d 

a Arthur Nourse, born March 8, 1872. 
b Helen Scott, born January 15, 1874. 
c Ralph Nourse, born September 30, 1877. 

VIII-33 Children of Thomas B. and Mary W. (Nourse) Brookes. 

Vn-12-e 

a Arthur Bowie, born September 14, 1880. 
b Bessie Nourse. born September 16, 1882. 
c Marv Rittenhouse, born January 26, 1884. 
d William Thomas, born August 18, 1887, died Febru- 
ary 27, 1888. 

e Nellie Russel, born August 10, 1889. 

VIII-34 Children of Charles W. and Clara B. (Smith) Hassler. 

VII-13-a 

a Anna May, born August 16, 1867. 

She lives at Pelham Manor, New York. 

b William Hersford, born September 17, 1869, died 
September 27, 1869. 

c Walter, born March 5, 1871, died August 9, 1871. 

d Edith Dwight, born December 8, 1874, married Octo- 
ber 9, 1899, John Favil Capron IX-44 

They live at Newton Centre, Massachusetts. 

e Clarissa Brace, born February 3, 1878, married at 
Manila, Philippine Islands, December 31, 1903, Asa Fran- 
cis Fisk, Major of Philippine Constabulary, who died at 
Naugatuck, Connecticut, March 14, 1915 IX-45 

He was badly wounded in the head by a Moro arrow, and died from its 
effects. She lives at Newton Centre, Massachusetts. 

Vni-35 Children of Simon and Mary C. (Hassler) Newcomb. 

VII-13-b 

a Anita Rosalie, born November 4, 1864, married Feb- 
ruary 14, 1888, W. J. McGee, who was born April 17, 1853, 
and died September 4, 1912 IX-46 

He was a son of .James and Martha Ann (Goodwin) McGee of Farley, 
Iowa, and was a geologist and anthropologist in the U. S. Geological Survey; 
chief of anthropology at the St. Louis Exposition; and was also in the Depart- 



THK ItriJ. |-A.\III,V 231 

iMciii .if \^'ii(iilliirc. lie WHS II iiii'IiiImt iif lln- Iiiliind Walrrwii) h ('oiiimlii»i»n 
ii'i'l 111 III!' Xiiliiiiml ('iiiiHcrviitioii ( llllllMi.s^i<lM. t>y ii|>|Miiiii iiu'iii nf I'ri-nidi-rit 
Kodsrvcll. 

Sill- t;riHliiiili(l MS M. |i. in IS'.rj. mikI fii.m ISIis i.i llir cml i.f tlitNl wiix 
,\<'tiiit; Assi.shiiil SuiKi'dii m \\i,- 1 S. .\rm\, in rlmrni- of tlir Army N'liriii! 
("orps, wliicli she oiKiiiiizcil. In IIMII, diiiiin; tlii' ItUHsri .liipaiifHi' Wiir. nhr wan 
suixTvisiir (if Murscs in the .liipiimsi' Army, liiivinu' lukrn nine former I'. R. 
Army nurses to serve in .liipmi; niid received four dei-oriitioiiM iiiirl iiiednN 
from tlie Kinperor iind I'jnpress of .liipim, inclndini; the "Order of the 
Crown''. She is tlie only wom.in memlier of Sp,inish War V'eteriiMH, She ih 
^really inlei-eslt'd in KenealoK.v and has eolleiled a mass of Information ahout 

th(nisa?uls of lier ain-estors in all lines; hut nonr' of it has I n piildiMhed, 

except what was furnished fi>i- the j;'''i<'iil"it.v of ".lami's NoiwHe and lliji 
Ui'scendanls' '. and for this IhioU. 

1) Willi.iiii P>;iftlc11, horn jhkI died Sc|.|cii:l)cr •_':{, IStiT. 

(' Kiiiily K;itt', honi .liiiic ;!l), ISIill, inwn'ifd April S, 
18i)(). Fl-;ilicis Asliiifx Wilson of I'.osloii. M ;i.ss;M'linsi-t Is, 
son of Gt'or.u'c Piekorinu' jind Mmily ()rill;i iKiskc) Wilson, 
horn Aii^'ust 28, 1857 IX-47 

Tliey live at Pelhjuu, New York, ho tiein;; an offici.il of the I.igcett & 
Myers Toljaeeo Company, of New York. 

(1 Anna J()S('i)lia, l)oi-n Scptciiihci- 'J7, 1S71, married 
Ai)ril 11, 18!)(i. EchYard Kaldwin Whitney, son of I'ro- 
fessor Edwin Dwiii'lit and Klizahetli W^ (liahlwini Whit- 
ney; born Ang'nst Ki. isr)7. and died Jniie .'>. 11)11 IX-48 

He graduated at Yale in ISTS and studied law at Yale and Columhia 
T^niversity. He was Assistant Attorney General of the United States in tlie 
second Cleveland administration, and was .fudge of the New York Supreme 
Court at the time of his death. Professor Edwin Dwight Whitney was the 
distinguished idiihdogist. 

VIII-36 Children of Ferdinand A. and Annie K. (Bnrnett) 
Hassler. ^'^-^:^d 

a Elfroda Ti-one, horn and dii^d Oetoher (>. 1S7"_'. 

VITI-87 (Miildren of Ferdinand A. and Flizabeth K. (Ilain 
Hassler. \'II-l;!-d 

a Charles Ferdinand, hoi-n June 25, 1885, niarried De- 
ceml)er 22, IDOH, Bertlia Ilnn/.iker IX-l!» 

They live at Oakland, California. 

h Arthnr E.yhert, horn .Iiiiie 'MK 1887. married Fel)- 
rnary 21, 1910, Anna li. Cnllom lX-5() 

They live at S'anfa .Vna, California, where he has a walnut raiieh. 

e Ferdinand Owen, hoi-n XoYemlx'i- 12, 188!). 

He lives at Santa Ana, California, on his ranch. 

d Adelhert Rndoli)h. horn Mai'idi 21. ISltil. 

He was, in IMIT, a student in wireless telegraphy. 

VIII-38 Children of Dr. ("harh's II. and .\liee (Darhv) Nonrse. 

vmu-a 

a Anna Cnrrie, horn Deeeml)er 8, '\>^7'\ died .Viiuu>^t 
6, 1875. 

h Upton DarhY, horn -June 8, 187(), married Jniie 1!'. 
1901, Alice Windsor IX-51 

They live at Darnestown. Marylan<l, where he is a practicing physician. 



232 THE BULL FAMILY 

c Mary Helen, born October 5, 1879, married May 15, 
1907, W. Morris Haines of Carrol County, Maryland. She 
died March 9, 1908..__ IX-52 

VIII-39 Children of Otho I\I. and Marv R. (Nourse) Muncaster. 

VII-15-a 

a Charles Nourse, born October 19, 1870, died March 
31, 1877. 

b Mary Elizabeth, born March 2, 1873, died June, 1873. 

c Ida Rachel, born December 27, 1876, married Novem- 
ber 27, 1901, Philip Van Sickler, son of James Craven and 
AVinifred Henderson (Simpson) Van Sickler, born Septem- 
ber 5, 1876 IX-53 

They live at North Fork, Loudon County, Virginia. 

d Harriet Henderson, born May 8, 1880, married Harry 
Southwell Brown _ i -- - IX-54 

Vni-40 Children of Richard D. and Annie W. (Nourse) Dodge 

Vn-16-b 

a Francis Despard, born January 14, 1868, married 
April 18, 1895, Ella Bell Patterson, who was born February 
8, 1867. 

They live at Brooklyn, New York. He graduated as Ph. B. at Columbia 
University, and for two years was assistant instructor in the School of Mines. 

b Richard Joseph, born March 11, 1870, died Septem- 
ber 13, 1890. 

Vni-41 Children of Cornelius S. and Sarah H. (Nourse) Rams- 
burg. VII-16-C 

a Karl Hassler, born July 9, 1872, died April 12, 1891. 

b Charles Joseph, born May 30, 1877. 

c Alice Louisa, born June 22, 1880. 

d Josephine Nourse, born June 29, 1884. 

e Elizabeth Thayer, born October 4, 1885. 

VIII-42 Children of Henry D. and Sarah A. (Peter) Nourse. 

VII-16-i 

a Henry Dumont, born June 23, 1890, died December 
24, 1890. 

VIII-43 Children of Henry S. and Victoria (Monroe) Nourse. 

VII-17-a 

a John Francis, born April 28, 1872. 
b Susan Ludlam, born October 9, 1875, died January 
6, 1877. 

c Orlando Monroe, born August 25, 1877. 



TIIK I Ml, I, I -A Ml I. Y 2:{3 

^'III II ( 'liil<l rcii of I H'li jniiiiii I"", ;iii(| 1 1 ,i riiit  i\r \',i,\\ ) Noiirsf. 

VII 17 .1 
;i .\iiii;i ( ii'i-||-ii( |r, IkiI'ii .\(i\ rmln-i' IlI. 1S71. ilird l)r.- 
(•(•iiil)ci- IS. IS?:!. 

1» W'illiiiiii Kent, li(ii-ii .M;ii-i'h 1. IST^l. 
(• .Mnlicl Si'ot I, lioni -I iiiM' S, 1S7!). 

VTTr-4r) ( Miildri'ii ol' .loliii r,. ■.n\,\ Ann Si. ( '. 'Nonisri .Mcndrii- 

li.-ill. \'ll ITi,' 

a AlntTuou S\(lnt'\-, horn .)iil\ II, Jh5li, died Ocluhrr 

I) -lohn St. ( '|;iii-, lioi'n .liiiic \-J.. I^IM. 

VIII-4() ('hildi'cii of liolx'i'l 11. and Anna M. i Davison i 'rufm-r. 

\'ll-is-a 

a Lucy Eltiii<iH', born Apfil I'D. 1S.')1, niari'ird 1S78 
Charles Coatcsworth Marshall, son of .lanics .Mafshall of 
liappy Creek', Warren County. \'ir^inia. No issue. 

Tlu'.v live Mt .Vli'XMiidriM, \'irt;iMi:i. 

b Anna Davison, hoi'ii Septenibei' IT. IS.")!), niari'ied 
June, 187!', Di-. (ieor^'e William Cartel- of .Marl<hain, h\in- 
quier Count.v, \'ii'<i'inia IX-").') 

He Ki-ii(hiiitc(l as M. I), at tlu' I'niversity of iVIai'vlaiid, Haltiinore. in ISTri. 

e Smith Davison, horn .lune 18, 1863, married Julia 
Cook IX-r^i] 

The.v live at Parkersbursr. AVest Virginia, where he is a lawyer. 

d llenrv .\ugustus. horn 1865, married \o\-emhi'r iL*. 
1895, Delia' Xeale Orison IX-57 

e Cornelia Tlite, born iSfiS. married (h'orii'e W^iiliam 
Adams of Front Royal. \'ir^i!iia lX-')vS 

f Phili|) Williams, horn 1871, marrietl 1!)03 Anna Wal- 
lace Daniel of Alabama IX-")!i 

He studied law and practiced with his Imither, Smith Davisnn. at I'arkers- 
hurjr. West Virginia. He moved to Frankfort. Kentucky, and took np civil 
engineering. 

YIII-17 Children of .Tobn S. and Marv E. ( Dowmaii Davison. 

\'IMS-d 

a John Smith, horn in ]^~'2. 

b Eleanor Briscoe, born in 1S74. 

c 1. Mar,\' •la(|iieliiie. horn in 1^78. 

2. Frances Arabella, horn in 1S7S. mai'rird Ma.v 30. 
1902, Henry Hull Olmstead of Maryland. 
d ^lar.v Williams, born in 1880. 
e Raleigh Delfield, boiii in 1887. 

VIII-48 Cliildren of K'ev. Kobert M. an. I Louise F. , Davi.son) 
Baker. \ll-18-e 

a T. Christian, born 1863, married Daisy Sehiber lX-60 

They live in Cliicago, where he is in business. 



f34 THE BULL FAMILY 

b Robert Magill, born in 1870. 

He is with the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company at Washington, D. C. 

c Maury Davison, born in 1872. 
d Edward Stuart, born in 1879. 

He graduated at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 

e Louis Fontaine, born in 1880. 

He is a civil engineer. 

f Henry Ball, born in 1882. 

He is in business in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

g Mary Eltinge. 

She is a graduate nurse, and has had special work with the late Dr. Weir 
Mitchell of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

h Katherine Street, married June 24, 1903, Charles Al- 
bert Stuart of Alexandria, Virginia, son of William Douglas 
and Martha (Henderson) Stuart IX-61 

They live at Norfolk, Virginia, where he is in business. 

VIII-19 Children of William A. and Sarah R. (Watson) Davison. 

VII-18-i 
a AVilliam Watson, born August 2, 1881. 

He graduated at the Virginia Polytechnic Institute, June, lf>03. He is 
Professor of Mathematics and Science at Powhatan College, Charles Town, 
West Virginia. 

b Jesse Bird. 

c Nanny Drayton. 

VIII-50 Children of Alexander McD. and Hester M (Marshall) 

Davison. VII-18-k 

a James Marshall, born 1878, married April 5, 1903, 

Mary Alice Streepy, daughter of the Rev. William Streepy 

of the Protestant Episcopal Church.. IX-62 

They live in Philadelphia, where he is in the service of the Pensylvania 
Railroad. 

b Fontaine Hite, born in 1879. 

c William Ringgold, born in 1881. 

d Cary Ambler, born in 1883. 

e Ludwell Baldwin, born in 1885. 

f Charles Morris, born in 1891. 

VIII-51 Children of John H. and Eleanor C. (Davison) Pedigo. 

VII-19-a 

a Eleanor Conway, born May 5, 1859. married January 

15, 1880, John Worrell Edwards, who was born June 6, 

1842 IX-63 

b Sallie Louise, born January 3, 1859. 
c Jenny Gray, born November 26, 1861. 
d Robert Edward, born April 26, 1863. 
e Norborne Elijah, born July 22, 1865. 
f Alark Henry, born February 21, 1867. 
g ]\Iary Louisa, born ]\Iarch 26, 1870. 
li John Hardin, born December 31, 1871. 
i Ann Maury, born August 23, 1878. 
j Jessie Davison, born May 20, 1880. 



Till': lil I.I, |-\MII.V 



233 




HOUS'E OF J)H. liOSS ]UI.L 

IVti-i 

(Pase 2.-1) 

YIII-52 CliiUliTii of .JikUe William ^. ami Anna .M. havisoii' 
Davison. VII-19-d— Vll-i'l-f 

a Kdinonia Loui.sc, IxM'n .\pi-il '21. ISTl. 
1) (V'c'il Annstroiig, born .lul\- •'>!, 1883, dinl Xovcmhrr 
7, 1888. 

c Fontaine llilc born Dccfinlu'i- '24. 18>4. 

d Jos(']ili William, born Novcmlifi' I'D, 1888. 

e Anna, hoiai -luly 5, 18!)4. died Nov.'ndx'f 1^. IS'.t-l. 

VIII-53 Cbildivn of John W. and Anna J. vHile Wi-io:lit. 

VII-2d-a 

a Maria Louise, born 18r)4, married 187!i Walker Smith 
Cooley IX-(5-4: 

b George Bntler, born in 185(1 mari'ied Ettie Center, 
daiigbter of Rev. J. W. Center IX-65 



236 THE BULL FAMILY 

VIII-54 Children of Alexander M. and Louisa H. (Davison) 
Powell. VII-21-a 

a Nan Caldwell, born April, 1872, married April, 1903, 
James Emmet Combs... IX-66 

b Kate Louise, born April, 1874, married October, 1901, 
"William E. Hadley IX-67 

c Alexander Cliesley, born April, 1876, married Decem- 
ber, 1905, Stella Beso. 

d Margretta Neave, born March, 1878. married Novem- 
ber, 1904, Louis H. Kraft. 

e William Magnus, born June, 1881, died November, 
1888. 

f Maury Davison, born March, 1885, married October, 
1911, Hazel Derby. 

yiII-55 Children of Alexander C. and Sarah C. (Pelot-Eppes) 
Davison. VII-21-c 

a Gregory Caldwell, born 1871 at Jefferson City. Mis- 
souri, married 1898 Alice Lidia Shepard, daughter of Rear 
Admiral Edwin Malcolm and Alice (Stevens) Shepard. 

He was appointed Naval Cadet to the U. S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, 
Maryland, May 22, 1888; graduated, June, 1892; commissioned Ensign. .July 1, 
1894; Lieutenant, junior grade. May 3, 1898; Lieutenant, July 1, 19O0 ; re- 
signed, 1907. His service was as follows: U. S. S. "Castine", 1894-1896; 
U. S. torpedo boat "Gushing", 1897; U. S. S. "New York", 1899-1900; 
Bureau of Ordnance, 1901-1902; commanding torpedo boats at Norfolk, Vir- 
ginia. 190.3; torpedo boat "Paul Jones", 1904; torpedo station, Newport, 
Rhode Island, 1906. 

b Thomas Pelot, born 1873 at Jefferson City, ^Missouri, 
married in 1902, at Charleston, South Carolina, Catherine 
Clyde Kemp, daughter of Francis and Sarah C. (Dupre) 
Kemp of Columbus, Mississippi. 

He studied medicine at the LTniversity of Gottingen, Germany, in 1894. 
He entered the U. S. Army in 1898 and was at the battles of El C'ano and 
San Juan Hill in the Santiago de Cuba campaign of the Spanish-American 
War. 

c James Pelot, born in 1887 at Jefferson City, ^Missouri, 
drowned January, 1893, in the Missouri River, 
d Marianne Alexander, 
e Sarah Carolyn, 
f Charles William. 

He graduated at the Dental College, Kansas City, Missouri, and lives at 
•Jefferson City. 

VIII-56 Children of William H. and Emma W. (Davison) Davis. 

VII-21-d 

a Laura Alta, born March 1, 1874. 

b Howard Armstrong, born December 5, 1875, married 
November 2, 1899, at Jefferson City, Missouri, Lillian May 
Mans. 

c William Alexander, born January 21, 1878. 

d Emma Judson, born July 2, 1879. 

e Ethel Louise, born January 12, 1882. 

f Mary Willey, born April 11, 1884, married at Jeffer- 
son City, Missouri, Joseph Herman Replo IX-68 



'I' III': III 1,1, l■■\Mll.^' 237 

\' 1 I I ."i7 ( liilil Irii (if I MM |;i mill W. ;i iH I .\l;ii'V .\l , ' I );i\ ismi i ( lallv. 

\'ll-2l'-i 

;i llow.-inl I );i\is()ii, honi ,\ii'_:iist In, iS.Sii. 

1) 'rilOlll.'IS K illl(lll|-|ir, ImiI-II All'Jllsl 17. 1<S(S(S. 

(• l'.cii.i;iiiiiii Willc.w Ikhm .\1;i>- 1 I. lS!):{. 

\'I1I-.')S CliildiTii (if \)v. ,\lf\;iii(lri- .\1. :iii<l .\iiii;i M Djivisoii) 

I'ouvll. \'ll -JL'-ii 

;i |)()ii;il(l .Mdiiror. lioni 1S7(>, dird ill ( '()lliiis\ill<-. Illi- 
nois, ill ISSH. 

VIII-'ill ('hil(lnii(ir M.ick -I. ;iihl Loiiis.i \-\ i|);i\is()ii Ij-Jiliiilit.'. 

\'ll -jL'-f 
;i A l('\;iii(lcr |),i\is(iii. horn .\l;ircli L'ti, l"^7t>, 
I) M;iry .Mntild.i, Iktm .Inly L'. ISJ!). 

(• Mdwni'd li'iiT, iMirii .l.iiiii.i r.\ 7. 1^"^!, died .|;iiiil;ii\v 17. 
ISSC. 

d .M;ick Kih'iMlItT, horn .\pril I'll. ISSfi. 

YlU-()() C'hildi-cn of Livinuston Iv .-ind .Mjiftli.i L. I'owflly 
Dfivi.son. \ll-2;J-a 

a (iiiv Powell, 
b Elise. 

YIII-61 Cliildivn of Jesse W. and Kate :\r. (Davison) Tleiirv. 

VrT--2:^d 
a ^Macdoiialil. 
b John Porter, 
c Jessie Powell. 

YIII-62 Children of Frank and .Maruaret C. (Davison) Obear. 

VIT-2:U^ 
a Adelaide, 
b Alexander Davison. 

VIII-63 Children of Ilenr\' ('. and Maria A. ( Daxison) Lambert. 

VI 1-23- f 
a Henry Clay, Ji-. 

1) Mary Davison. Married, 

VIII-64 Children of Ki.-hai'd -I. and Mai'v .\. D. ^ La-rarde) 
Evans. VH-24-b 

a Sarah Athenais .Mai'ie. horn ()etoher :!1, iMil. died 
September 18, 1863. 

b .lohn -)a(Hielin. ])or\\ .Vu^'nst 1. lS(i3, married il > De- 
cember 17, 188;), Iva Danes IVrsot IX-tiO 

:\rarried (2) October 1!), 18!I7. Minerva Lee Civorden IX-69 

c Eiehard ^lills. born Februai\\- ID. lS(i.'). married (1) 
November 10, 18SS. Kate Therese Marks, who died Novem- 
ber 8, 1889 IX-70 

^Married (2) January 7, 1893, Eula Carrie Greatliouse. 
who died November 2. 1900 IX-71 



238 THE BULL FAMILY 

d Lagarde, born and died July 29, 1867. 

e Mary Sarah, born September 28, 1869, married Decem- 
ber 28, 1887, James Edwin Clemens, M. D., of Louisville, 
Kentucky -- .JX-72 

f Augustine Jaquelin, born October 4, 1870, died 
August 5, 1871. 

g Laura Pandsly, born June 28, 1872, married June 30, 
1897, Joseph Augustine Borman, who was born i\Iay 31, 
1872, and died August 7, 1904 . IX-73 

h Anais Lagarde, born April 3, 1874. 

i Ernest Joseph, born May 3, 1875, died September 19, 
1875. 

j Virginia Mills, born December 9, 1876. 

k Matilda Dimitry, born December 3, 1878. 

1 Francis Zenobia, born October 30, 1880, died Novem- 
ber 3, 1880. 

m Robert Mills Ignatius, born August 9, 1884. 

VIII-65 Children of John J. and Isabel L. (Blankman) Evans. 

VII-24-C 
a Isabel Mason, born April 9, 1876, married ,Septem- 
ber 10, 1902, Joel Winter Cochran IX- 74 

Vin-66 Children of Charles P. and Anne E. (Johnston) Dim- 
itry. VII-25-b 

a Son, stillborn, unnamed. 

VIII-67 Children of Enoch F. and Eliza V. M (Dimitry) Ruth. 

VII-25-C 
a Mary Elizabeth, born December 2, 1857, married 

December 2, 1882, Dracos Anthony Dimitry... IX-75 

b Margaret Celeste, born February 11, 1860. 

c Genevieve, born Februarv 7, 1862, married June 22, 

1888, Lewis Alfred Veazie ." ...IX-76 

d Enoch Fenwick, Jr., born January 1, 1865. 

VIIL68 Children of Colin McR. and Marv E. L. (Dimitrv) 
Selph. VII-25-d 

a Colin McRae, Jr., born July 16, 1864, married (1) 

1889, Rosa Lee Goodman, who died September 11, 1901. 
No issue. 

Married (2) February, 1902, Nancy Helen Wilback. 

b Alexander Dimitry, born December 24, 1867. 

c Albert Pike, born January 19, 1870. 

d Mary, born February 21, 1872. 

e Leslie Brooks, born June 3, 1874. 

f Sarah, born June 8, 1877. 

g Archibald, born August 29, 1879. 



Till': I! I 1,1, I' AM 1 1, V 239 

VIII-(i!> Cliildfcii of \\iHi;mi (lc\'. ;m(| .M;illiil.|r !•'. 'Diiiiilrv- 
Miller. VII •_'.-)-> 

;i .Mills. li(M-ii .\\\\\ II, 1^71. iii;ii-i-ir<| OcImIh-i- 1. lllDl, 
-I 111 i; I l'",li/,;i lirl h Al ,1 III (111 IX -77 

VI 11 -7(1 ( 'llilill'cll (»!' Tll(lin;is I ). il 111 I .\ llllc T. I Sure I I )iiiiil |-\ . 

vir-i.vi 

;i .M;ii'> .Mills. l)()ni .XovrmlxT 'J I. 1 SS:{. 

I) .\l ice Tlicfcst'. i)()rn ! )ccciiiiic|- ]'J, ISS."). 

i'. .lolin, Imu'ii ;i!iiI diril .\iil:iisI 7, 1SS7. 

(I .\ li'\;iii(lcr, lidi'ii .\iii:iis| 1. 1S,SS_ 

(• 'riioiiKis |);il»iic.\, .li-., hofii .liliir oil. ISDO. 

f .Idscpli .\imiist inc. horn .\iiL:iist ■_'7. 1S!)2. 

iX 1mI\v;ii'(I -hniiicl ill. Imrii .M.iv It, l>It|. 

h -Idlin lv;i|)li;i('l, lioni Octdhd- 'Jl. iSiHi. 

i ii'ohci-t .Mills. Iioni N()\riiilici' iMi. 1!)(»1. 

YTII-71 Childivn of .liid-v 'I'lionuis 'I'. ;i!id Ml i/.;ili.'t li S. Ilit.g 
F;iuiill('f().\-. \'II-:i(i-b 

a. Curuelius llite. 

He graduated with the degree ol' .\, .\I. Mt the I'liiversity of \'iri;iiii!i. 
Is ii Ui\v,\cr ;it St. T.iiuis, Missouri. 

b Tlioinas 'I'lirner, iiiai-ricd al Si. I'aiil. .Miiuifsota, 
Bessie S. Lee of Westchester ("oiiiity. New 'N'oi'k IX-78 

c Ann xMaiiill, niai'ricd 1S!)1, i)i-. Rohcrt Randolph I'.aii. 
siir^ieon \\ S. Ai-niy, i)orn at Spriniiwood, London Counl.x', 
Virginia, son of (leoi'ue Washiiiiiton and .Marv lit'verlv 
(Randolph) Ball ^ '...: \ '....lX-10 

d Elizabeth Dan.ucrli.'Id. iiiarricd Odohcr 'J. I'.nu), Kd- 
"vvai'd Jones Willis. 

e Charles MaLiill. died in inl'aney. 

f Joseph Barnes. 

He is !i jili.vsician in iiiMdici' at A^livillr, Nmili ( iirolinji. 

g' Robert Ranilolph. iiiarried .Miss darnel of Essex 
Conntv, Yirtiinia. 
h Gnilford Griflt'en. 

i ]\rary Barnes. 

.) T\;itlierine W. 

VIII-72 Children of Cornelins B. and Mai'-raret E. (Marshall) 
llite. Jr. Vll--Jti-c 

a. Infaiil. died al hirl h. 

VIII-73 Children of Waller and .\dn C. ( S\vai-t/.\velder) Ee 
Fevore. VlI--J7-f 

a Ada. born in IJerlin, (iei'uiany. married (Jeorge Ibn-- 
ton Blaekman. 

' They live at St. T,ouis. iFissouri. 

b Katherine. ])orn in Bei'lin, (iecniany. dieil there Avheii 
one month old. 



240 THE BULL FAMILY 

YIII-74 Children of John and Augusta J. (Schwartz welder) 
Scott. VII-27-g: 

a John, 
b AVilliam. 
(Two daughters and one son dead.) 

VIII-75 Children of William and Mary (Swartz welder) Tid- 
ball. VII-27-h 

a AVilliam Stuart, born in 1887, died in infancy, 
b Leonard Clarke. 

He lives at Fort Worth, Texas. 

YIII-76 Children of Judge John A. and Jessie (Kirkpatrick) 
Marshall. VII-28-b 

a Mary, born January 19. 1890. 
b Cary Jaquelin, born February 13, 1891. 

YIII-77 Children of Theodore Stark and Maude (Swartz- 
welder) West. VII-29-e 

a Marj'- Maude, born August 26. 1886. 
b John Camden, born March 11. 1889, died April 28, 
1893. 

c Charles Shanman, born May 31, 1890. 

He enlisted in the Canadian Ai-my, February, 1918, at Windsor, Ontario, 
■was trained at Hamilton until April 14, 1918, and sailed from Halifax, April 
16, 1918, for London, England. After training at Purfleet Camp, near Lon- 
don, until -July, he was transferred to the Canadian line in Picardy, France, 
between C'ambrai and St. Quentin. His number is 26271.57 of the 1st Bat- 
talion, Canadian Railway Troops, British Expeditionary Force. 

d Stark, born October 10, 1891, died February 17, 
1892. 

e Leslie Thurston, born October 24, 1894, died Octo- 
ber 6. 1895. 

f Jaquelin Clarke W'ells, born September 18, 1899. 

He joined the S. A. T. at A. & M. College, College Station, Texas, but 
this was discontinued on signature of the armistice. 

g Virginia Cary, born June 5, 1905. 

YIII-78 Children of Louis S. and Addie (Coke) Smith. 

YII-30-a 
a Catherine Coke. 

YIII-79 Children of John A. and Eula (Hare) Smith. YII-30-b 
a John Augustine, Jr. 

VIII-80 Children of Augustine J. and Marie (Boulaine) Smith. 

Yn-30-e 
Two sons. 

YIII-81 Children of Archibald M. and Mary B. (Turner) Smith. 

YII-30-g 
a Pocahontas Meredith, born August 19, 1906. 
b Charles Ma gill, born October 5, 1908. 
c Katherine Stirling, born September 2, 1912. 



Till': lill.L I'AMILY 241 

\'III-Si' Childivii of I-Mw.ird i:. ;ni(| l-:iiz;il)rt li .\I. 'Smith 'I'o.l.l. 

;i l'](l\\;ir(l Ivohiiisdii, .1 r . liiirn ISDl. 
Ii A II l; list I Me .|,i(| lid I II. Iiorii 1 Sl):{. 
c Lillir .M.iL'ill, 1m. Ill is:i:,. 

\'[fI-S:! Cliildivii of MIoii SI. C. ;iii(| .\iiw||sl;i I.. iSiiiitiM I|()I)I)S. 

\II-:n-.> 

;t l']li/;ilM| h Si. (■l.iir. Iioni Sc|itriiilirr -Jl . l!)()(i. 
1) Kloii Si. (Liir. Jr., lioni Xovciiiltcr 1!», ]I)l):{. 

C I"]Vcl\ II .l;i(|l|r|i II, Imni Si-|il I'Mllirr- "JT, 1!)()."). 

(1 Willi, nil M..r-,iii, Imni Sc|.|riiil.crd. l!)(»!l. 

VIII-84 ( 'liildli'li (if ihlil'V ( '. ;iiid .\iiii;i .| . ^ .MorLT.l II i (ict/fll- 
d;i iiiiiicr. \'II-:»"J-r» 

;i •l;i(|Hcliii. 
1) ^Iai",i;;ii't't. 

VIII-85 C'liildi'cii of Willijiiii A. ;iiid Aiiiui i.Mcaiisi .Moi-^'iiii. 

VII-:]2-f 
a William A., di-. 
b Maria Ktnina. 

VIII-86 Children of Ardiihald M. S. and S.nali 'She])her(li 
:\ror^aii. Vir-:^2di 

a Aridiihald Mauill. -Ti-. 
1j Flore-nee Slieplu'rd. 
e Cary Jaqueliii. 

VIII-87 Ciiildrt'ii of Waiter -J. ajul Eii..ahetli M. i Smith; Suthou. 

VII-:U-a 
a Waltci', l)orn Jaiiiiai'\' 1893. 



Tie is !i K>ii<li':ite of the l.:i\v SiIkhi] of Tuhine University, Xcw nrlfiins. 
Louisiana. 

b Andiibald :\Ia-ill. 

VIII-88 Childivii (if ddliii A. and Alice V. i llaglev) Smith. 

Vll-.U-d 
a John Anenstino. 
b A5,ities. 

VIII-8!) (diildrcii of Ooors;,' C. and Pocahontas H. (SmitIO 
Todd. VII-:U-e 

a ]\rary ^Merrdilh. 
b Frances Can-oil. 

VIII-90 Children of Jean L. and Marv T. (Smith) Caillouet. 

VII-34-or 

a Xorbert ]\lai;ill. 
b Alice Gresham. 
c Jean Louis. 



242 THE BULL FAMILY 

YIII-91 Children of Thomas M. and Reuby J. (Smith) Boyd. 

yiI-34-h 
a Mary ]\Ieredith, born December 23, 1904. 

YITI-92 Children of Dr. Walter L. and Mary D. (Jackson) 
Austin. VII-35-a 

a George Darley, died in infancy. 

VIII-93 Children of William T. and Sarah J. (Murdoch) 
Adams. VII-36-a 

a William Jaquelin, born August 26, 1867. 
b Emma Jessie, born December 11, 1869. 

VIII-9-4 Children of William and Sarah J. (Murdock-Adams) 
Wallace. VII-36-a 

a John Daniel, born October 16, 1876. 

b Elise, born March 17, 1878, in South Carolina. 

c John McLemore, born September, 1880, died Septem- 
ber, 1888. 

d Margaret Victoria, born October 23, 1882, in Florida. 

e Helen Muir, born February 11, 1886. 

f Malcolm, born October 3, 1891. 

VIII-95 Children of Joseph W. and Emma J. (Murdoch) Scott. 

VII-36-C 
a Warren Finley, born in 1872". 
b John Murdoch, born in 1875. 
c Clarence, born in 1878. 
d James Crosswell, born in 1881. 
e Alexine Evans, born in 1885. 
f Emma Wallace, born in 1889. 

YIII-96 Children of James J. and Lily D. (Murdoch) Crosswell. 

VII-36-d 
a James J., Jr., born in 1881. 
b Jennie Chestnut, born in 1883. 
c Jessie de Coltas, born in 1885. 
d Jaquelin Daniel, born in 1906. 

YIII-97 Children of John W. and Josephine (Brand) Murdoch. 

VII-36-e 
a Eleanor Agnes, born in 1881. 
b Josephine Brand, born in 1884. 
e George AVilliam, born in 1886. 
d John Smith, born in 1888. 
e Henry Gaillard, born in 1891. 
f EdAvard AA^allace, born in 1895. 

VIII-98 Children of Richard B. and Anna H. (Bell) Daniel. 

Aai-37-a 
a Anna Hardy, born October 30, 1892. 
b Isabel, born September 1, 1895. 



TIM': IMI.I, lAMILY 213 

Vril-!»!t Cliildivii of Ailliiii' .M. :iii(| Siis.iii I'". iJ.uii.l Kni^'lit, 

\ll-;{H.a 
;i .lii(|ilrliii Miiiilc. lioiii N()\ fiiilirr ]:i, l>>ti. dji-d N'o- 
Wiiilicl- IS. l!ll-_'. 

li Ailliiir MiTiill, .l|-.. Itorii .l;iiiii;ii_\' '>, ]^>!). iii;i r-i-j.-d 
• liiiir I'l. l!tl:i. ALiiirs \'ir<_Miii;i Sc;ii-l)(ir-<»ii^'-|i. Itorn .Inly 7. 
ISII] r.\'>!0 

(■ (irr;il(l lllixloli. Ik. I'll .IlliM- !>. lSf)H. 

VIII-IIIO ('liildnii (if Ili'i-lii-it ;iiii| ('.innli;! (i. |);iriif| l/iiiisoti. 

\l|.:;s-l, 
;i I li rliii'i . Jr.. Imiii ! )crriiilirr 2S. 1S!):'i. nuirrifii .\I;iy 7. 
lf)18, .Ir.iii .McDoii.ild .M;is(iii. Iioni April 1. 1H!»7. In st-rvic.' 
W S. .\;i\.\' ill i'!iir()|ic;iii wiiti'fs diirinir \v;ir. 

\'III-lin Cliildivii (if I'^'jiiikliii II. ,11 id .\iiii;i .M. ' l);iiii.-l I Ml more. 

\'II-:i8-g 
a Franklin I larpcr. .1 r.. horn .Maivh l'l'. iDii:!. 

VITT-lOL' Childivn of Ki.-liard I', and .Mai-y (;. ( Palnu-r i I);nii.-I. 

Vir-:5S-li 
a ()iiliclia Mason, l)orn DecenilxT 4. 1!»12. 
1) da(|Ui'liii dames, born Septfuilirr 22, 1916. 

Vlii-lUo Cliiidreu uT Tliumas J. and lio.sa iDulaiu-v) ( 'hcw. 

 VII-41-C 
a Rosa Diilaney. born April 2"), 1874, married Rii-hard 
Williams of Baltimor(\ ^Farylaiid. 
b Bladen Dulanc.x', died in iiil'aney. 
c Jeannette, lioin Februar.v 3. 1S77. married l)i'. Sam- 
uel Clau-,irett of l-'icdcritd^ Coiintw .Mar\land. llr died in 
•Time, If) 14. 

d Thomas .John, dr., died in inranc_\-. 

VIII-1()4 ('hildrcji of Chai'les J. and .Iiilia L. i Tcabodv > Xoiirse. 

VII-4;5-a 
a Charles Joseph, born February 24, 1888. 
1) .fnlia Tii\inL:s1on. l)orn Oetobo- '27^, ISDI. 

VIII-105 Chihlivii (d' Cliarhs N. and Catherine E. ( Burroutrhs) 
Simms. VII-4.")-a 

a Charles Carroll. l)orn .Tnnc 2. 1SS4. mai-rit'd ^far- 
.iraret Bi-own. 

1) Kiehard Douglas, born :\rareh 28, 1888. 

I.,ives in Washington, D. C, where he is in the office of U. S. Engineers. 

VIII-106 Children of Richaid D. antl Enulv (Dunlop) Simms. 

VII-45-b 
a Elizabeth Brent, born 190.S. 
b (ieorue Dmdop. died Avheii four years old. 



244 THE BULL FAMILY 

YIII-107 Children of Charles G. and Sara E. (Guest) Hamilton. 

VII-46-a 
a Elizabeth Gurden, born at Clinton, Wisconsin, Feb- 
ruary 29, 1892. 

Has prepared as nurse for service in France. 

b Charles Maynard, born at Clinton, Wisconsin, April 
5, 1900. 

YIII-108 Children of Boyd and Melissa (Cullom) Smith. 

VII-47-a 
a Bruce, born March 21, 1897, married 

VIII-109 Children of William E. and Sarah H. (Smith) Stone. 

VII-47-b 
a William Edward, Jr., born April 19, 1895, at Peoria, 
Illinois. 

Has been in U. S. Army, First Lieutenant, Infantry, Camp Grant, 
Illinois. 

b John Boyd, born March 4, 1897, at Peoria, Illinois. 

Has been in U. S. Navy, at Great Lakes Training Station, Illinois. 

A'III-110 Children of Lewis H. and Maude E. (Shepherd) 
Smith. VII-47-d 

a Archibald Alexander, born July 18, 1900. 

In L^. S. Naval Radio Service. 

b Merilyn Maude, born November 16, 1902. 

c Lewis, born January 7, 1905, died January 24, 1910. 

d Barbara, born November 2, 1911. 

e Dorothy, born May 7, 1913. 

f Tiny, born August 11, 1914, died May 19, 1915. 

VIII-111 Children of Jay A. and Elsie L. (Smith) Fiske. 

VII-47-e 
a John Dewey, born April 20, 1917. 
b Roger Allen, born December 27, 1918. 

VIII-112 Children of Henry K. and Achsa M. (Barnwell) Lathy. 

VII-48-a 
a Henry Kent, born in 1901. 
b Achsa Maude, born in 1903. 

VIII-113 Children of Carl B. and Edna (Worden) Lathy. 

VII-48-C 
a Elizabeth, born July 14, 1915. 
b Geraldine, born July 19, 1917. 

VllT-lll Children of William T. and Kate P. (Freeze) Headley. 

VII-50-b 
a Thomas Boyd, born July 28, 1884, married Septem- 
ber 27, 1916, Gretta Ruff Lyman. 
b Mary, born November 16, 1885. 
c ^linerva, bora June 3, 1891. 



'nil-: I'.iLi, iw.Mii.Y 



LM.l 



\'III-lir) Cliildicii of r|i;iil,s II. :iii(| Siis.-iii Iv i(';il<ri limlL-v. 

\ll .V_'-a 
a .l.'iiiii's r>i'iirc. hoiii ( )(|i)lirr '2H, 18HH. niin-cii-d .lime 
!». Ifil::. Klsic Nicliohis. 

li -loliii Uoyd, lidiii l-\lirii;iry S, isilll. 
(• ( icoru'c ( ';iki'. liorii AiivT'ist 11. |S!)7. 

\'lll-llli rhiMiTii (.I' 'I'licod.nv L. I*. :iiid I'.i'ssir I'.. I '.I'lit It-y , 

Mill lor. I. \1I.VJ-1) 

a .Idsipli.i lloyd. Imiim M.iy ]!), Issll. iii;irrird l*'i-l»riiiii"y 
14. 1!Ml'. \\r\u-y Coi'Ihii ImiIIcV. 

I) •hllll-'S Ih'IiIIcN', IhiI-II Sclil rlld)iT "I". 1S!)(). 




'•ArXT BECKY XEILSOX" 
IV-Si 

(Page L'T) 

VIlI-117 Children of Williani K. II. .iiid .l..sri.ha P.. (Bentley) 
Godson. VII-.l-J-c 

a William Frcdfrick lliilfoi'd. -li'.. horn Fchriiai-y 1. 
1896, at New Hedford. .Massaeliusetls. 

He was appointed ca<l<t ;it T. S. Military Ai-acleiny. West Point. Grad- 
uated, and is now Kitsi I .irulriKint of Cavalry. 

1) Elizabeth Aniiis. horn August 30. 1897. at New Bed- 
ford, Massachusetts. 

VIII-118 Children of .loliii ('. ;md lIcKii I.. ^Bentley) Lewis. 

Vl[-.V_'-d 
;i TTelen T>onise. horn M;ireh Ki. 18!l!t. 
b John Charles. -Ir.. Ix^rii October ti. 1901. 
c James W.. born duly o. 1908. 



246 THE BULL FAMILY 

VIII-119 Children of John A. and Mary A. (Kuhnle) Boger. 

VII-53-a 

a Ida Elizabeth, born June 24, 1857, married October 9, 

1877, Jacob Fegley Fryer, son of Reuben and Maria Fryer 

of Pottstown, Pennsylvania, born April 16, 1852, and died 

May 18, 1897 -- IX-81 

He graduated at the Philadelphia Dental College in 1874 and was in prac- 
tice until his death. He is buried at Mt. Zion cemetery, Pottstown, Pennsyl- 
vania. She lives at Bally, Berks County, Pennsylvania. 

b Jacob Henry, born at Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, June 
27, 1859, married at Findlay, Ohio, December 6, 1882, Jen- 
nie Mungen, daughter of Hon. William and Marietta 
(Bowman) Mungen, born at Findlay, Ohio, September 12, 
1859 ......._.. .JX-82 

He graduated at the Pennsylvania College of Dental Surgery, Philadel- 
phia, Pennsylvania, in 1880, receiving the degree of D. D. S. He is practicing 
his profession at Findlay, Ohio, where they live. Hon. William Mungen was 
born at Baltimore, Maryland, May 12, 1821, and was Colonel of the 57th 
Regiment of Ohio Volunteer Infantry during the Civil War. Marietta Bow- 
man was born in Bedford County, Pennsylvania, September 13, 1822. 

c Charles William, born July 7, 1861, unmarried. 

He is a lawyer, living in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He is the president 
of the Board of Reviewers, at the City Hall, Philadelphia. 

d Mary Alberta, born November 20, 1863, at Harris- 
burg, Pennsylvania, died December 24, 1889, at Philadel- 
phia, unmarried. 

e John Albert, born June 20, 1868, at Harrisburg, Penn- 
sylvania, unmarried. 

He is a surgeon, living at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

f Blanche Estelle, born July 29, 1869, at Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvania, married Charles Walter Palmer. 

They live in Philadeli^hia, where he is a civil engineer. 

g Edward Lucien, born at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 
December 3, 1871, married at Philadelphia, April 2, 1902, 
Anna Mae Roop, daughter of Charles Franklin and Eva 
Theresa Roop of Philadelphia, born there December 21, 
1875 ._ - .--._ - - IX-83 

He graduated at the Philadelphia Central High School, and is engaged in 
cotton and wool business in Philadelphia. He is captain of the American 
Protective League operating during the war, 1917-1918, under the Department 
of Justice; doing active service in the Philadelphia district on cases of sedi- 
tion, disloyalty, sabotage, alien enemies, etc. They live at 332 West Logan 
Street, Germantown, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

Vni-120 Children of Lemuel Z. and Mary E. (Huston) Shermer. 

VII-54-a 

a Eva Maria, born September 5, 1869. 

VIII-121 Children of John J. and Henrietta 0. (Huston) Mac- 
farlane. VII-54-c 

a Catherine, born April 7, 1877. 

Lives at Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where she is a prac- 
ticing physician. 

b Charles Huston, born October 11, 1878, died in in- 
fancy. 



'I'lii'] r.iLi, l••\Mll,^' 2»7 

\'III-IL'l! ('hildnii ,>\' John Iv .iiid ('|;ii-;i ^ .\|c( ';irtrf i Shaw. 

;i S()|)hi;i MlliotI, Ixini .\(i\riiilirr L'Ll. iSSl', niMfi-ii-d .Jiin'- 
I'll, 1!MI7. I''i'aiik Ivlward Hiixtuii, wlio was born SiiptciiiljiT 
^4, lS(i8 IX-84 

'I'lii'V live ,il .M;ililiii. MussihIimm'IIs. 

\'ll l-1'J:; Cliildr.'ii uT Lew is and IJIIiaii > Sliau ^ I )ailiiii: \' I \ 'tin 

a A list ill 1 loopfi'. 
1) I'^ai'l .lohii, 
(• (I race .Mar\'. 

\'lll-lL'4 Childivii of Lewis (1. (TV) and I'Miia l>. il'.iicki I'.nll. 

VIl-.-.S.;, 

a WalttT Sl,'|)hciis. hoi'ii daniiary Ml. IflOS. 
li Dorothy I':ii/,al>cl li. horn diil.\- l'l!, IHI 1. 

N^lU-l-Jo Chihlrcii of dohn d. I',, and .Marv d. ' .Mr(^iiistion ) 
Fink. Vll-fil-a 

a Ira Berlin, l)orn ^Faivli M. iSiiO. died Aiij^Mist L*:?. lS!):i. 

1) Klizabt'tli Newell, horn dniic Iti. ISlii'. iiiarrifd dinu' 
IS, IS!).'), llarrv Burns Snanian. who was hoi-ii dune -. 
1871 IX-sr, 

Tlii'V live at Alici;li;iny City. l'rmis> Ivania. 

c dohii Berlin, hoi'.i Ai)ril 2:-!, 1886. 

VIII-126 Children of Alhei-t B. and Fidelia (Morrison) Mc(^iii.s- 
tion. Vll-fild. 

a Ira D., born -January 1, 1878. 

He graduated at AllcKhany College, Meadville, Pentisylvanhi. and is in tlu' 
insurance liusiness at Kiie, Pennsylvania. 

1) Blanehe Elizabeth, born September lo, 1871), married 
September 30, 1903, George A. Zillafro IX-86 

They live at Hixford, Pennsylvania. She graduated at I^ock Haven N'or- 
mal School in T.NM). and taught school, one year in McKean County, two years 
in Alleghany County. She is Past Worthy Matron of the O. E. S.. Keystone 
Chapter No. 2. Unke Center, Pennsylvania. 

C deimie !'>.. hoi'ii diilx' 7, ISSl. married diiiif '_'. I'.ilo. 

E. AV. Bliss '. IX-S7 

'I'hey live at Bradford. Pennsylvania. She graduated at the Commercial 
College of Meadville, Pennsylvania. 

VIII-127 Children of Edward K. and Kthel (Williams) Me^uis- 
tion. Vir-ti2d> 

a Earl A., born May, 1887. 

VIII-128 Children of KMehard K. and Maud > BhiUips) MeQuis- 
tion. VII-62-e 

a Eugenia Kli/.alx'th. bom at Cleveland. Ohio. Autrust 
3, 1870. 

b Harold Richard, born a1 ('le\eland. (>hio. Mareli 24, 
1803. married Julv 1!), 1!I14, Anna Srhultz. 



248 THE BULL FAMILY 

VIII-129 Children of Walter and Margaret J. (McQuistion) Ser- 
geant.  VII-63-a 

a Joseph Louis, born September 18, 1873, died Octo- 
ber 12, 1913. 

b Walter Foard, born December 21, 1875, died Decem- 
ber 7, 1876. 

c Edward Walter, born July 16, 1877. 

d William Wilson, born September 15, 1879. 

e Minerva Jane, born January 26, 1882. 

f Frank O'Brien, born July 22, 1887. 

g ]\Iary Olivia, born July 1, 1893. 

VIII-130 Children of Richard and Sidney 0. (McQuistion) 
Hartje. VII-63-c 
a Charles Grant, born November 25, 1880, married 
October 19, 1910, Naomi Davis IX-88 

b Sidney Ellis, born September 5, 1882. 
c Richard H., born September 20. 1884. 

He is ordered to report for training at Camp Gordon. 

VIII-131 Children of James T. and Nancy J. (Porter) Cochran. 

YII-64-a 
a Orpha Thompson, born in Alleghany County, Penn- 
sylvania, September 14, 1884. married in Kansas City, Kan- 
sas, April 25, 1908, William C. Beery, who was born in 
Buena Vista, Colorado, April 16, 1882 IX-89 

VIII-132 Children of James H. and Floretta E. (Cochran) 
Gestler. YII-66-a 

a Margaret, born July 24, 1890. 

b Susan Arabel, born May 30, 1892, married July 9, 
1914, John Albert Chambers, who was born April 10, 1891..JX-90 
c Harry, born June 3, 1894. 

YIII-133 Children of Harry G. and Addie (Scott) Crawford. 

YII-67-a 
a Ray Scott, born July 21. 1898. 
b Elsie Olive, born March 25, 1901. 

YIII-134 Children of Ormsby W. and ( ) 

Mechling. YII-68-a 

a Franklin Claire, born September 11, 1884, died No- 
vember 29, 1887. 

b Gertrude Gay, born October 14, 1886, died November 
26. 1899. 

Yiri-135 Children of Christian D. and Mechling. 

YII-68-b 
a John Guy, born May 9, 1893. 
b Florence, born November 20, 1895. 



Till': It I I, I, IWMILV 24» 

\' 1 1 I I.Iti ( 'liildifii (if iiiid .\miiinl;i M. ' Mrclilint;,/ 

Ci'uuk. \'II-»;.S.(r 

;i ('. !•'.. iM.ni April 1 1. IM)II. 
h .1. L.. Iioni Dcr, iiiIpii- .■>. 1S!I|, 
(• I'",(l \\;i I'll, linni .\ii\ ciiilirr .'). lS!);5. 

(I I,'. Iv, \u,V\\ Dcrrlllli.l- 11). IS!)."). 

e .M. A,. Imm'ii .\I;iiv|i l'. isiiT. 
r I'", (i.. I.i.ni Aj.nl iL'. r.ioi. 

fX l<'l(..\-. liol-ll Sr|.|rll|lir|- I. IDli:;. 

h (icr;il(liiic. lioni AmliiisI !•. I'.tllS. 

\'lll-l:!7 Childrrii (,r .|,,|iii II. , -111, I Mrrhliirj. \'ll-(;-^-.| 

;i Otis. I.(.rii .M;i.\- L'4, lS!l!l. 

1) L;iiir;i, Ihm'Ii .I;i iiii;i |'\- L".). I'.MIl. 

(' \lny I., liol'll -I line I'T. 11111!). 

VIII-1;?8 Cliilih'oi of llow.ird .iiid Mniin;! .1. i .MiTliIinjr ) Frwiii. 

VIl-«i8-(' 

S'nid til ll;ivr llii'rc cliild rcl\ : no rrciii'd ntit.-iinr'd. 

YIII-l:5!) CMnldiTii ol' (iror^r S. jiiid Aiiiiii !•'. ( .MiMdiliiiir I l»a^- 
gett. \II-69-c 

;i Jriines Percy. l)nrii -Inly 2. 18!)0. 

I) Alice ^r;iy. boi'ii Oclolii'i- '■](). 1892. married Fi'l»i-ii;n-y 
16. 1!)12. liyi'oii ('. (Mark. NO issue. 

e Pearl .Maude, lioi'ii .Mav 26, 1896, iiiai'rird .June 2. 
I!n4. Kal|.ll KetehleSS '. IX-91 

VIII-140 Childivii of WilliaDi ( '. and Kinil.\ K'. (.Merhling) Lati- 
mer. \'II-t;!i-d 

a .Toliii Franklin. ])orn Fel)ruary 26. 1800. 

b William Del!)ert. born October IS. liido. 

e Louisa Xarcissa, l)oni Septemliei' 27, 1902. 

d Leslie Robert, born .Inly 1!), 1908. 

VIII-141 Children of Ihnvev .1. and .\liiui (derrard) Mecliliuu'. 

Vll-(i!t-f 
a Jessie T>ouisa. boi'u A|)i'il 4. 1!)04-. 

b Nora Maryaret, boru February 9, 1906, dietl Januarv 
30, 1907. 

c Nina ^radye. born September 4. 1011. 
d Lois Aleiie. boi-n .May l:'. I!tl4. 

VIII-142 Cbildivn of 'riioinas 1.. and Suella M. Sti-ain) Mech- 
ling. VII-6!)-h 

a Florence Allretla. born -June 10. 100."). 

h Txoy Leslie, born :\Iarch 2.'). 1009. 

C ]\Iargai'et I'.elle. boi'ii .lanuarv 10. lOU. 

d Charles, 

e AYillard. 

f ]\Iarion. 



250 



THE BULL FAMILY 



VIII-143 Children of James L. and Luella J. 



(Mechling) Denley. 
VII-69-i 



a Wilnia Grace, born March 10, 1907. 

b Bernice Luella, born May 27, 1909. 

c Ethel Florence, born April 23, 1911. 

d Arthur James, born June 10, 1913. 

VIII-lll Children of William H. H. and Gertrude 
land) Mechling. 

a Andrew Franklin, born October 11, 1908. 
b Forest William, born December 24, 1910. 
c Lois Gertrude, born May 28, 1916. 



(Murch- 
VII-69-j 



YIII-1-15 Children of Harry E. and Grace E. (Mechling) Hall. 

VIL69-k 
a Edna Mary, born December 4, 1912. 



VIII-146 Children of Eli and Emma J. (Ekis) Gibson. 

a Joseph, born in 1878. 

b George, born in 1880. 

c Ella, born in 1889. 

d John, born in 1892. 

e Margaret, born in 1897. 

f Ira, born in 1899. 

g Plummer, born in 1901. 

h Mary, died in infancy, 

i Elgin Martin, born May 16, 1912. 

j Hilda May, born February 25, 1916. 



VII-70-a 



Vin-147 Children of Richard M. and Anna M. 



(Fowler) Ekis. 
VII-70-C 



Vni-148 



a Charles Fremont, born June 5, 1892. 

b Edna Esther, born October 31, 1894. 

c Jesse M., born December 22. 1896. 

d N. Evaline, born May 1, 1899. 

e Lewis Lemuel, born March 16, 1902. 

f L. Maude, born December 25, 1904. 

g Agnes, born October 11, 1907. 

h Ralph Mechling, born June 1, 1909. 

i Elgin Martin, born May 16, 1912. 
Wilda May, born Febriiary 25, 1916. 

Children of George W. and Susan I. (Ekis) Gibson. 

Vn-70-e 
Clarence Walter, born February 17, 1886. 
Alvin Roy, born March 6, 1888.' 
Stella EUice, born December 5, 1890. 
Elgie Leon, born May 17, 1894. 
Lillian Blanche, born September 13, 1898. 
Herbert Lawrence, born January 13, 1901. 



.1 



a 
b 
c 
d 
e 
f 



TIIM I'.riJ, I' AM I I. V 2.31 

H' Siis;iii l';ii/;il)r| h, l.oni -Iiiih' :' I, \'.H):>,. 

h (icori^v Leslie, ImiI'II .\I;i.\ J I. llMlT. 

i .losepli Donald, l.oni .lime Ki, |!»():). 

j K'li! Ii .lane, l)()i-u Septi'iiilier US, ]!)11. 

\'III-I4!I ChiMreii (.r .1. (". and Sidiiev K. M'lkis) l''..uler. 

\ll Tit-L' 
a Williani ('.. hdrn ( )elolicr LlO, IS!):;. 
1) (JeorLic W'., lioi'M -Inne S ISlHi. 
e Lesler K., IxM'll .\()\'iMn 1 lel' ol ), ISDT. 

(I Kali .lames. l...i-n May 1 1, 1!)()(». 

e K'iehard I'lllis. horn .laniiary 1:5, lilOli. 

f .\rtlini' .losepli, lioiMi .lannar> 2.1. lilOl. died .Inne 1 \. 
1908. 

!;■ I'earl Elizahidli, born .)aiinai-y D. liHMi, died .Inne 12, 
1!)08. 

h A. Ileiu-y, Itoi'n Se|.tend)ei' :!i». 1!»(>S. 

i CMemeiice L., horn Ocloher Id. l!tl(». 

j ('arl. born Ftd)ruary !), 1!)1:!. 

YTTT-ir)0 Cdiildren of Dr. Thomas CJ. and Be.ssie I'. (.Meehlin^O 
Groig'. Vir-7r)-b 

a Bessie Meeldin^-, l)oni April ."), 11)08. 
1) Dorothy ^lar^aret. hoi-n -lannai-y 23, IHll. 
(' Tliomas rjeorec, .ji-., horn .\nuiist 20, 1!)14. 

VIII-l.")! Childi-en of John \V. and .\ini K. (Kiehards) Tavlor. 

Virso-a 

a AVarreu ^lelville, horn Deeeinhei' 2!(. 1SS2, married 
February 1, 1907, Hazel Smith, who was horn February 
27, 1888! !...IX-92 

b Julia Van Ness, born December 22, 1884. married 
December 19, 1904, Oscar Dertrand Kliiu'. who was born 
An,-nst 14, 1880. 

c John Xorvel, born Ai)ril l:>. ISSS. married .\i)ril 14. 
1909, Julia Alay Cnnnninus, who was horn XoNcndier 17. 
1890  IX-!i4 

d ]\Iaro-aret Anna, born March 2"), 1881. married De- 
cember 2G, 1911, I\alph I). Rogers, who was born Sei)tem- 
ber 11. 1890 IX-95 

e Blanche Eichards. born October 17, 18!):^, mai-ried 
June 14, 191.5, Frank C. Foster, who was horn September 
23, 1893 lX-96 

f Francis Gait, l)orn October 11, 1897. 

VIII-152 Children of .Tohn S. and Anna ( Zook > Eichards. 

VlI-80-e 
a Zook \'an Xess. l)()i'n l)eeeml)er 15, 1891. 
1) Harold, born September 1.5. 1895. 



252 THE BULL FAMILY 

VIII-153 Children of Alfred W. and Mary H. (Richards) Law- 
ton. VII-81-a 
a Francis Nichols, born April 23, 1874, married Artha 
Marion Kiel. 

They live at Hackensack, New Jersey, where he is an electrical engineer 
in charge of a plant. 

b Sheafe Richards, born December 9, 1878, died Jan- 
uary 29, 1891. 

c Louisa Haven, born April 15, 1882. 

VIII-154 Children of Thomas H. and Sallie J. (Bodley) Rich- 
ards. VII-81-e 
a Sarah Bodley, born September 29, 1879. 
b Leila Louisa, born July 22, 1881. 

VIIL155 Children of Thomas LI. and Amy T. (AVesterfelt) Rich- 
ards. Vn-81-e 
a Elizabeth Turflee, born February 20, 1903. 

VIIL156 Children of Henry M. and Elizabeth S. (Richards) 
Llook. VII-81-f 

a Laura Eugenia, born November 28, 1884, died July 
31, 1885. 

b Leila Margaret, born December 9, 1887. 

c Henry Ferdinand, born May 28, 1899, died Mav 1, 
1902. 

VnL157 Children of Charles McK. and Georgiana C. (Smith) 
Leoser. VII-86-a 

a Thomas Smith, born June 6, 1867, married (1) Jan- 
uary 13, 1892, Mary Helen Schropp, who was born August 
25, 1868, and died November 9, 1903 __ IX-97 

Married (2) June 1, 1904, Ethel Summerfield Squire, who 
was born November 24, 1873. He died May 18, 1909. No 
issue. 

They lived at Morristown, New .Jersey. 

b Charles McKnight, born February 20, 1871, died un- 
married May 1, 1913. 

VnL158 Children of Charles McK. and Julia H. (Repplier) 
Leoser. VII-86-a 

a Paul, born April 7, 1890. 

b Ruth Schropp, born April 17, 1897, died December 
21, 1898. 

VIII-159 Cliildren of Martin C. and Sidney H. (Leoser) Mc- 
Hvaine. VII-86-c 
a Howard Leoser, born January 19, 1866, married Jan- 
uary 27, 1894, Elizabeth Parry Clapp IX-98 



I!l I.I. I'A.MII.Y 



253 



1) M;ii'\', lioni .\(i\cii:licr 1. IS(II). iii;inicil .l;iiiii;iry "J'l. 
JS:)S. .loliii .l.icol. Kilt.'. IX-U'J 

'I'licy live III l'liil;iil.l|,liiii. I'cniiNylviinia. 

(• Tlioin.is Lcdsrr. Iiiiiii Api'il '2'). 1^7'i. dinl AiiltusI S, 
1S71. 

(1 .\iiiic .Morion, lioni .\()\ ciiilirr :Jil, ]s77, iii;iiTii'il Api'il 
S. 1!»0L'. .lohii Loiii; .Miclslc. .\() issue. 

'I'lii'V livr ;il I'll i l;iil<'l|ili III. I'l'iuisN Iviiliili. 

A'llMilll ('liildrrii ol' M(l\\;in| ;iiii| l'";iiiiiir ( '. ( I );irl i mlt i \il«'S. 

;i lli'iiry |);ii'li!i^', Itoni .\o\ ciiilicr. lUi'l. 
\'III-lt)l (Miildrcii of (l(■o^^■(■ W, ;iii(l l'\iiiiiii'  I );ifliiiu- 1 l-'illn-rt , 

Vlf-Sl)-;, 

a I'Mward harliiii;-. Iioni .Ma\' '2'), \>'~'~', iiiai'i'lcd Auirnst 
(i. 1!)0(). Mary K. lim-litcr ' I.\'-100 

They live iit Ui'iuliiiK, I't'iiiisylviiniM, 

1) Horace A., born ^lai-cli 7, issl, died Scj)lriiil)('r ■_!.'», 

(' TTt'lcii, l)orii Xo\-cnd»cr •■!. 1SS'2. iiiarrii'(l ^I;i\- H, 
IDOf). William -J. Todd. 

d 'i'lioinas Stanley, horn l^'ebiMiary 1:!, 1885. 

V11I-1G2 Children of William T. and Mary K. (Darlinu. Smed- 
ley. Vir-!)()-a 

a Rntli Thurlow. liorn Octohci- '2'A, lSf)8. mai-ried ()cto- 
ber 26, 1910, Griswold Wheeler, who was hoi-n Octobei- i'^. 
1890 IX-KH 

They live at Wateifoid, Connecticut. 

b Edward Darling', horn .laiinar> 27), 1S!I7. 
e AVilliam Thomas, horn .lime 14, l!iiiii, died October 
16. 1901. 

d Dorothy Darlin- horn .May 10, VM.i. 

Yin-168 Cliildren of Thomas and Emma C. (:\rc('lintock^ 
Darlin<r. VlI-!)0-b 

a Thomas. Ji-.. l)orn .lime "iti. 1!)0."1 
b Edward, boi'ii .la unary 2. 19(1(1. 
(• Clara Childs. hoi-n April 17. 1907. 
d Elsie Lowrie. hoi'n .Marcdi 27, VM4. 

VIII-16-4 Children of Arthur and Emilv C. (Dailiim-i llillman. 

Vll-!l(»-e 
a Xalali,. .MeClinto.d<, horn .Ma\ L'l, 1901. 

VIII-165 Chililren of Francis A. and .Mai'i^aret ta I). ^ Di'ownl 
Phelps. ^ \'ir-91-e 

a AVilliam Drown, horn September 30, 1890. 
h Alice Dai-lin-.;'. horn Mai'ch 7. 1898. 
c Francis Slocum, horn Au.uust 12, 1896. 



254. THE BULL FAMILY 

VIII-166 Children of Ziba B. and Elizabeth D. (Drown) Phelps. 

VII-91-g 

a Elizabeth Drown, born September 20, 1898. 

b Emilv Drown, born January 14, 1900. 

c Martha Bennett, born September 27, 1903. 

d Ziba Bennett, born January 14, 1906. 

VIII-167 Children of John E. and Mary E. (Dunning) Dow. 

VII-92-a 

a Annetta Dunning, born October 21, 1871, died De- 
cember 17, 1876. 

b Lawrence Adam, born July 28, 1874. 

VIII-168 Children of Edward T. and Ada (Burno) Clymer. 

VII-93-b 
a Stanley Palm, born August 16, 1897. 

Enlisted in Troop K., 16th U. S. Cavalry, and is stationed at Brownsville, 
Texas. 

b Charlotte Bertha, born February 18, 1903. 

VIII-169 Children of Levi S. and Clara M. (Riegel) Clymer. 

VII-93-d 

a John Riegel, born April 14, 1892, died November 
22, 1914. 

b A'^aleria Smith, born January 12, 1896. 

YIII-170 Children of Samuel S. and Valeria E. (Clymer) Hill. 

Vn-93-e 
a Samuel Smith, Jr., born July 6, 1900. 

VIII-171 Children of Frederick H. and Elsie E. (Bachman) 
Clymer. VII-93-f 

a Mav Rose, born Julv 13, 1912. 
b Emily Ellsworth, born January 30, 1914. 

VIII-172 Children of Clement G. and Edith AV. (Comstock) 
Smith. VII-95-a 

a Julia Comstock, born May 24, 1907. 

VIII-173 Children of William S. and Daisey E. (Smith) IMorris. 

Yn-95-d 
a Heber Smith, born June 12, 1904. 
b Mary Cheston, born November 2, 1911. 
c Jane Grubb, born January 11, 1915. 

VIII-174 Children of William F. and Jane V. (Bowman) Wise. 

VII-97-a 
a Annie Bowman, born August 29; 1902. 



'I' 111'; I '-I I, I, KAMII.V 2 JO 

\'lll-17."i ('liiltlrcii of \\'illi;iiii ( '. iiiid ('ordrlia i Walkfr i Moc- 
risoii. \'| I lis ii 

ii S.illic l>., Iioni \()\ ciiihcr '_'.;, I'^ti'>. iii;i i-rii'il April 17, 
IS!):). .M.iris .McClclLiii I'.ail.'S, son n[ 'rii(.iii;is .1. A. ;iii<l 
luiclifl A. ( LiLilit I l'.,iilc\, from Strclcvillc, CIh'mI"*!- 
('()llMl\ . I'ciiiisylv;iiii,i, lioiii ( )ct()l)cf .1(1, iSliS IX-1'»J 

Tlicy live ;il ( 'i><lir;i ii\ i llr, ( lirslri- Ccniiily. I'l'niiNylviitiin. 'rhoiimH .(. A. 
Bililry is liUiicil i\\ (Mm l.'iin n- Iriy iiriil Mrs. Iliiilcy is Mlill liviliif. 

1) .loliii Lewis, l)()iii I )»'('('iiil)('i- S, lS71,<li('(| Aiiiriist "JO. 
187;'). 

lie is liui'lcd lit FiiK>;s Miiiinr criiii-ii-ry. 

(' (';ilcl) WoodnilT, liofti Sc|)triiilic|- 2(i, l>71.<lii'(| l<"cl). 

He is liuric'd :ii FiiKKs MiiiKir <iTiii'l cry. 

VIli-17G riiildi-i'U ol' C'liark's 1>. and Ko.saliiid (Wood) Cliii^'aii. 

vir-f»!>-h 

a l>aiii'a Tlicfcs.-i. Ixm-h .March H. Is7fi, rii;ii-i-icd |)r. 
Josei)li Coles 15ri(dv IX-l(t:{ 

1) Kosaliiid, died in infancy. 

c Clcinentine, horn August 1. 1880. marritxl lu-v. Wil- 
liam Kemper IX-104 

d Ann Ilnnlci-. horn duly 11. ISS:}. nuirri.-d Rev. 
Charles Dnbell .' TX-lo.') 

e Charles Brooke, born :\ray 19, 1887. 

VIII-177 ChiUlreii of Kdward and Anna L. iClingan) Brooke. 

VII-9!)-d 
a Oeortie TIT. born July 7. 1888. 
b Edwai'd. di-., l)orn Jaiuiai'X' 1(». 18!)(). 
c Cliarles, hoi'u January L*4. 18!)L*. 
d Mary Baldwin It-win, horn ()etoher Ifi. I>lt7. 

VIII-178 Children of AVilliani H. and M.-ii'iraret (TTali-in- Ferree. 

\ll-l()2-a 
a ]\Tary Rebecca, horn duiii' lii. IMMI. 
b AViliiam Ibdi-in. horn .May Li. 18i)4. 
c (ieoi'U'e Kuiicne. born duly .">. ISII."). 
d Helen .Mar^uaret. born .Mai'idi Iti. IIHH). 
e Kaflierine Josephine, boi'ii dune l!7, 1!MI4. 
f Mildred Elizabeth, boin duly 30, 1907. 

VIII-179 Childivn of T^iovne TT. and M;irian K. (Coapman^ 
Ferree. VII-102-b 

a Florence A., boi-n duly 17. 1S!)1. 
b Elizabeth C, boi'u Decenihci' !'!•. iSHi'. 
c ^Ini'inu R.. horn Decendier 18. 1895. 



2o6 



THE BULL FAMILY 




"THE HIGHLANDS" 

Washiiieton, D. C. 

V-3-b 

(Page ai) 

VIII-180 Children of Edward B. and Anna (Jenness) Ferree. 

VII-103-a 
a Helen Jenness, born September 14, 1893, married 
September 13, 1911, at Wilmington, Delaware, by Rev. 
George W. Wolfe, Boyd Urias White, son of Henry Wat- 
son and JMary Catherine (Miller) White of Port Deposit, 
Maryland, born November 11, 1892. IX-106 

They live at Perryville, Cecil County, Maryland. 

b Rowdand Howell, born January 6, 1898, died July 12, 

1898. 

A^lTT-181 Children of Howard G. and Rachel J. (Mackey) 
Ferree. VII-103-c 

a Harold Vaughn, born November 30, 1904. 
b Newberne Mackey, born December 1, 1907. 

VIII-182 Children of Richard G. and :\Iollie (McPhersonj 
Wood. VII-107-a 

a Alan D., born in 1872. 
b Louisa, born in 1874. 
c Richard D., born in 1877. 



'I' III'; I'.liJ, I'AMILV 2&7 

\' 1 I I 1 S.'l ( 'li ild ri'ii ut' A l;i II ;i III I Annie i l\ iin\ . W'ikmI. 

\ll luT-l. 

;i, Will fl's 1 )c\\ res. lioni ill 1 s , I. 

\'lil-l.S4 ( 'liildrcii (if Al.in ;iii(l l''r;iiici's A. ( ( ';irfirr , Wood. 

\' 1 1 107-1) 
;i I'.irk. lioMi in lS7!t. 
I) l\()s;iliii(l, lidin in ISSL*. 
(• .\ll»('rt;i. IxiMi III ISSI. 
(1 Aiiil;i, horn in ISSIi. 
(' luil;iii(l, Ix.ni III 1SS8. 
I" Helen, i)(.ni in ISDO. 
li' Liiiira, hoi'ii in iSlliI. 

VIII-IS") ('liildrcn ot" I'ei'si lor l'\ ;iiid r.;iiir;i (i. i Wood i Sniitli. 

\'ll-l()7-.- 
a Kosalind Wooil. horn Se|»teiiilier L*, 1S74, inan-it-d 
Januaiy ;?. IS!)!). Hidiard II. .M. IJohinsoii ". IX-l"i7 

They live iii I'.riioklyn, \ew York. 

b Laui-a. horn Xovomlx'r '2:], 1888. 

VIII-18(i (diildivn of Thomas I), and (iillx-rta (Kline) AVood. 

VTT-l()7-d 
a ( Miild (iic^l in ini'anc.x'. 

Vni-lS7 (Miildrrn of Thomas IX and Marv M. (Cnu^e) Wood. 

VII-1()7-(I 

a Lindsay Craig'e, horn .liiiu' ■_'4. ISS/. ;it .McKeospoi-t. 
IN-nnsylvania, died Octohei- ll'. IDOfi, at Denver. Colorado. 

h Rntli (Jilpin, l)orn Fchrnary 17, 188!). at .AIcKeesport. 
i'ennsylvania. 

e Eleanor Koiiers. horn Fchruai-y 1. IS!)!, at .McKees- 
l)Oi-t. Penn.sylvania, married Aiiiiusl 11. I!n7. I-'raneesco 
Lara. 

d \'ineeiit Loi'ter. l)orn Seplemhi-r 1^1, ISDl'. at MeKres- 
])ort. I'eiinsyl \ ania. 

e* Lilian Wayhmd. horn Ma\- l2. 181)4. at .Me Keesinirt. 
Pennsylvania. 

VIII-188 Children of .lo.seph K. and Annie 11. (\Vood) Dilwortli. 

A'll-l(t7-e 
a Dew(>es AV.. horn in 1888. 

VlII-189 Childi-en of Thomas and Nellie F. (Wood) MeKee. 

VTT-107-t' 
a Sellers, horn in ISDl. 

VIIT-inn Children of Ceorov and Jessie (Dailvi Wood. 

VTT-107-£r 
a Eugene, born in 1881. 



258 THE BULL FAMILY 

VIII-191 Children of William B. and Catherine (Stewart) 
Wood. VII-109-a 

a Constance, born in 1881. 

VIII-192 Children of George 0. and Jennie (Barnes) Dewees. 

VII-112-a 
a Ralph I., born in 1889. 
b Paul D., born in 1897. 

VIII-193 Children of Colonel Walter L. and Louisa (Dewees) 
Finley. VII-113-a 

a 1. Thornas Dewees, born June 2, 1895. 

Appointed Cadet at the U. S. Military Academy, West Point, New York, 
August 1, 1912; graduated, June 13, 1916, and commissioned Second Lieuten- 
ant of Engineers; promoted to First Lieutenant, Captain and Major (tem- 
porary). 

2. James Randlette, born June 2, 1895. 

Entered the U. S. Army from civil life, being appointed Second Lieuten- 
ant of Infantry, November 30, 1916. Promoted to First Lieutenant, Captain 
and Major (temporary). 

VIII-194 Children of George W. B. and Mary F. (Frothingham) 
Roberts. VII-116-a 

a Mary Frothingham, born June 13, 1887. 
b Katherine Hubbard, born April 4, 1890, died in in- 
fancy. 

c 1. Elizabeth Bissell, born December 16, 1892. 

2. Dorothy Margaret, born December 16, 1892. 
d Virginia, born August 14, 1894. 
e Edith Langdon, born March 16, 1904. 

VIII-195 Children of Rev. Waters* D. and Kate P. (Chamber- 
lin) Roberts. VII-116-b 

a Theodore, born July 21, 1896, died July 22, 1896. 
b Elizabeth, born July 18, 1897. 
c Margaret, born September 10, 1898. 
d Augusta Meade, born August 13, 1899. 
e Katherine, born September 20, 1902. 
f Thomas, born May 13, 1905. 
g Charles, born December 9, 1910. 

VIII-196 Children of Theodore W. and Augusta M. (Roberts) 
Reath. VII-116-d 

a Benjamin Brannan, born January 19, 1893. 

b Elizabeth Roberts, born December 3, 1895. 

c Thomas Roberts, born July 5, 1897. 

Enlisted as a private in the U. S. Marine Corps, 1917; was promoted to 
Sergeant and recommended for a commission ; was cited for gallantry in 
action. Was killed at Chateau Thierry, France, July, 1918. 

d Theodore, born April 9, 1899. 
e George, born . 



'rill'; r.ri.L i-.\mii,v 259 

Villi!'? CliiMrni of (Imrur W I'. ,ni,| Almi fWoinl) ( 'oat.-fi 

VII 117 a 

;i I iil;iiil, died ill liiilli, I )riTiiil»rr- iL.'. l.SS:{. 

Vlli-lilS Cliildivii (,r (iror-v W, I', and Mduiii (iraliaiii) 
Coahs. \'|I ]i7 ., 

;i l"'raiici.s (irahaiii. horn Octohcr :;|. 1,S!);{. 

A Miidcnl .11 \;,]<- ill I'.ilT. Is ii ('ii|itiiiii in ill.. .'Inl Ki.-ld ArtilliTy l' g 

Anii.v, AiiiiTic.'in I'lxpiMlii imin i\ I', ,!■,■,■ in Kruiiriv 

I) (lc()|-;;r lllllitcl-, l)()i'ii Dcrt'llihci- 'Jl'. JSIHj. 

A sliidciii 111 ilic ^niv(•^^ily cil' l.iuiisiiina in I!ll7. 

^'lil-ll»l) Cliildri'ii of Dr. I,.(.iiard U". and .lan.-v -1. I'.oaniiain 
Coates. VI I- 117 I. 

a -loliii Txson. lioi'M No\rnil)cr l-".. 1S!)(I dird \lai-ili 11 
18f)l. 

1) Leonard Kobci-ls. -Ir.. hoi-ii Xovi-nibrc l'l'. l^!il di.-d 
:Maivli 1!). 18!)2. 

e -Mary Roberta, liorn -lamiary 1. isii;}, niarrird Aiiiru.st 
3, i;)ll. William Wilon Hasterday IX-103 

d I)()i-o1liy Wetliei-all, boi-ii .Al'ay 10. 18!)7. 

e l\()l)ert i)Oaniiaii, horn dune 14. 18!»8. 

TTTT-200 diildrcii of Cliai'lrs K. and Ollir (.Maurin: Roberts. 

VII-117-d 
a riiarles lluntei'. lioi'n Api'il 7. 11)03. 
b Victor ^fanrin, horn .\iiiiiist 2(), litO"). 
c Jesse Pennoek. horn .March li*. lilOS. 
d Caroline IN'nnoek. hoiai .Viimist 11. 11117. 

VIII-201 Children of dohn A. and .Maiy I.. (Coates) Umrdiet. 

\'ll 117-e 
a Anna Coates, boi'ii Matvh 18. 18!)2. 
b Harriet AVhite. horn M:\y ]'k ^<'^'^. 

VIII-202 Children of Licutcnaid Colon. ■! William II. and Alma 
(Ogden) Brooke. VlMlil-a 

a John R.. born in 18!)."v 
1) Alma. 

VIII-2():) Childi'en of Howard and .Marv K. (Stiteler) Dewe.'S. 

VIM2n-a 
a Jacob .Moi'ris, horn Decciidirr 1."). 1811(1. 
b Ceorge ]\o\vell. hoi'ii datniar\' 21'. l^l'^^. 
c Irvin Stiteler, hoiai \o\i'nd)er 2(i. IDOl. 
d Henry Bemier. horn .May 12. IDll. 
e Anna, born November !!•, ll>13. 



260 THE BULL FAMILY 

VIII-204 Children of James B. and Rosalind AV. (Dewees) ]\Ios- 
teller. VII-120-b 

a John Dewees, born July 17, 1899. 
b Sarah Stiteler. born ]\ray 8, 1901. 
c Clinton Russell, born ]May 4, 1903. 
d James Paul, born June 4, 1905. 

VIII-205 Children of George S. and Clara E. (Bailey) Dewees. 

VII-120-C 
a George Malcolm, born January 29, 1912. 

VIII-206 Children of Horace and Ada (Stiteler) Mosteller. 

VII-121-b 
a George Henry. 

VIII-207 Children of Dewees and Florence A. (Harry) Mos- 
teller. VII-121-C 
a J. Harry, born April 17, 1916. 

VIII-208 Children of Elmer S. and Mary E. (Alosteller) :\Iiller. 

VII-121-d 
a Irvin, born March 30, 1907. 

VIII-209 Children of Samuel L. and Mabel E. (Dewees) Shana- 
man. VII-122-a 

a 1. Samuel Logan, Jr., born September 17, 1914, at 
Ardmore, Pennsylvania. 

2. Thomas Dewees, born September 17, 1914, at Ard- 
more, Pennsylvania. 

b Elizabeth Dewees. born ]\Iay 3, 1917, at Ardmore, 
Pennsylvania. 

Vni-210 Children of Charles and Emma (Davis) :\Iott. 

VII-123-a 
a Catherine Davis, born October 23. 1911. 
b Charles Davis, born August 30, 1914. 

VIII-211 Children of Oscar M. and Margaret Y. (Dewees) Lumis. 

VII-124-b 
a George Dewees, born March 19, 1916. 

YIII-212 Children of Dr. Addison M. and Florence (Ellis) Roth- 
rock. VII-131-a 

a James Addison, born September 11, 1905, at ]\Iount 
Alto, Pennsylvania. 

b Joseph Edward, born April 11, 1908, at Mount Alto, 
Pennsylvania. 

c Howard Paul, born April 2, 1909, at Mount. Alto, 
Pennsylvania. 

d Addison May, born July 26. 1911. at Reading, Penn- 
sylvania. 

e* Martha Ellen, born at Reading, Pennsylvania. 



TlllO I'.l LI. IW.MII.V M,,i 

I l»;iclirl W'.i iii)ii;i, lidin ;ii 1 1' iii( | i iitr, I 'I'liiisylvaiiia. 

ii I'Mw.ird <'|i;iilrs, liiiiii < )rt(,lM r, iDHi, ill It'catlint;, 

1 'ciilisyK ;iiii;i. 

\'lll--1:! Cliildicii ol' \)v. Ilriii'v A. .iiiil P:ii;iii()r- ('Irv.s |:,,t|, 
I'ock. \|| i:;|.|, 

;i l']ii^'(iii;i .M;iy. 

I) .l()sc|>li 'rriiiiMr. Jr.. Iioni Xovniiltrr s, IIMI], 
(' 1. Henry A l)r;ili;iiii, II, luirii M.iy ll', l!lii:{. 
'J. Addison .M;iy. .Ii'.. I.oin .\l,i\ II', UK):'., 
d l']lc;in()i' ( 'lc\cs. 
(' ( 'li;i riol ii' S|('|(|i;i iiic. 

VIII-214 ( 'hildi-fii ol' .Idlin l>.;ind .\l;ii> I'". Il,i/.;ird hfisiti?-iriL'. 

\'ll 1 :;_' ,, 
a FisluM' II;i::;ird. lioi'ii Ani^iisl l!l, issl. m.-imc-d .jiini- 
28, I'JO"), I^'ilcanor Dond. who \\;is liorn I )rcciiil)cr Jo. 1>hm 1X1"'' 
b AlcNJinder Willi;ini. l)oni Sc|itciiil)iT S. 1SS4. 
C Helen Don^l.'is, lioni Anuiisl S. ]SS!). ni.irrird !).•- 
(MMiil)er 2, l!)ir>, \\'illi;iiii (lordon Tlioiii;is of WdkeslijifiT. 
i'eniisylvcUiia. 

d Eliza])e1li Hazard. I.oi'n Maivh 111, Is'.M. 

Vin-2ir) (Miildreii (.r .lohn (\ and .Mary A. il'.ivini- lla'ard. 

\'ll |:;2-1. 
a Louisa Biviniji', horn October 2. b^Sti. 
b Floride (Meiiison. hofii ()('1ol)ef ■\. ]>>'.^'2. inafried. 

VIII-21(; Cliildreii of Cliai'les l-\ and I'llizahetli ila/ard »ira.-f. 

\II-l::2-e 
a Carb born .March 2."), b^S-J. 

VIII-217 ("hildren of Kdwin i-'. and .\iiiie II. \Vasliiiii.'t()n) 
Naiilty. _ \ll-b{:{-(l 

a Anne Washiiio'lon, horn .March ■"), l!H)7. 

VIII-218 Children of bonis b. and Cci-lrndc (i. i('lemson) 
Smith. \lbbU-a 

a bonis ( iouvcncni'. 
I) budlow Ou'dcn. 
c ba wi-eiice .Mcredit h ( 'Iciiison. 

VIII-21!) Children oi' William lb and Caroline A. l-"orst»'r) 
Dniiean. \Ibb').")-a 

a ]\birii'ery .\lricUs, horn O.-tober :50. b^!i2. 

b Ihuiiilton AlricUs. horn .May bJ. b^H."). 

c Anne Forster, Itoiii Sc|ileinl)er 2:>. ISJUJ. inai'i-ied .Inly 
10, 1!)15, AVilliaiu Duncan I )criiiucr. who was liorn -lan- 
uaiy 28, 1895 IX-lb' 

They live ut Chestertowii, M.iryland. 

d Ilannaii, boi-n Deceuilier H. 1^!)S. married Auirust \K 
1918, Russell Cotlinan doncs of Stockton. ^blI•ylaIld. 



262 THE BULL FAMILY 

YIII-220 Children of Norman E. and Helen (Tustin) Bull. 

VII-137-b 
a Xorman E., born October, 1914. 
b Helen Elizabeth, born April, 1917. 

VIII-221 Children of Henrv T. and Sally F. (Wainwright) Bull. 

VII-138-b 
a Elisabeth Wainwright, born June 3, 1908. 

YIII-222 Children of C. Herbert and :\Iargery F. (Bull) Xew- 
haU. VII-138-d 

a ]Martha Conant, born June 12, 1916. 
b Eichard Beale, born December 21, 1917. 

Vin-223 Children of David M. and Helen M. (Smith) Bull. 

YII-139-b 
a David Macomb, Jr., born August 22. 1915. 

YIII-224 ChHdren of Dr. Paul and Dorothy S. (Bull) Simmons. 

VII-139-C 
a :\rargaret McComb. born July 20. 1913. 
b John Gilbert, born ]\larch 5, 1916. 

YIII-22.5 Children of David I. and Illildred (Bull) Hedrick. 

YII-184-d 
a David Worthington, born February 3, 1916. 
b James Goold, born September 12, 1917. 

YIII-226 Children of AYillis H. and Mary D. (Creigh) Hazard. 

YII-146-a 
a 1. Colton Dunbar, born at West Chester, Pennsvl- 
vania. May 16, 1902. 

2. Yincent Hatfield, born at West Chester. Pennsyl- 
vania. May 16, 1902. 

b Y'illis Gilpin, born at West Chester, Pennsvlvania, 
April 27, 1907. 

YIII-227 Children of AYilliam H. and Arabella C. (Clemson) 
^lorrow. A"II-148-a 
a Edwin Earle, born August 12, 1868. married Wilhel- 
mina Henrietta Kaufmann - IX-111 

They live at El Paso, Texas. 

b Percy Colder, born at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 
April 4, 1872, married April 27, 1897, at Newport, Penn- 
sylvania, Mary Miller Bosserman IX-112 

They live at San Antonio, Texas, where he makes his headquarters as 
agent of the Baldwin Locomotive Works of Philadelphia. 

c Carrie Lillian, born Xovember 23, 1874. married June 
2, 1903, Rev. Leonard Franklin Requa, Jr.. who was born 
July 5, 1878 _.. IX-113 

He graduated at Columbia Law School, Xew York City. Was a successful 
lawyer, but gave it up and became a minister in the Baptist Church. They 
live at Southington, Connecticut. 



Till': I'.ri.L I'A.MII.Y 



2«1 



\'lll-LlL\S Cliildicii (.r iJuyd ('.ami Anna I, Xixdnrt'^ ( '|.-riis..n 

\ II I \- \, 
a Infant, lioiii l'".lii iia i\- II, J-^TI. i|ii-.| l''fl»nisirv lli, 
1874. 

\'llll!'_*ll ( 'hildivn dl' WilliiiiT and Susan A. I'liilli|.si l'...s.s.-r- 
inan. \lllJ!>-u 

u Lcia .May. Ikhii .Xovcnii)!'!' -\, h>MJ, iiiarri' d -liirf L'H. 
1005, Arthur '(;. Ilof^c IX lit 

'I'lliy livr .11 ( (kllilHilli.i ( ll>, Oklllllolilll, 

h Alvali 'riioriic. I)()rn Scptfinhi'i- •_'!). Iss7. iiiarrifil 
July S, 1!)()S. (luy Lcslci- Mohst. son oT Williarii iu-rd and 
Sarah I'lli.ahdh TxiIlsI. hoiai danuai-\- I'.*, l^'^T IX-ll'i 

'I'licN li\ (■ III I .iiic-ciln, .Xc'In-iisUii. 




U S S'l'KVM SI.OUl' ()!■' w \i;   l'i;lN< K'ro.N" ' 

V IT I" 

(Pagf 111) 

Vin-280 Chihlrcn uf Wdliam Iv and d.'ssir r.os.s.-nnan dai-k- 
son. VII IP 1. 

a Arthur, horn August 17, 1SS4. 

I) Maudf lla/.t'i. l)nrn duiif 1-. ISSii, niai-ii.-d Si'i>ti'm- 
ber 1 IHOB, •Janu's StiNcnson, who was liorn I )r.-ciul>i-r 1:^ 
188:5 I>^ 1'"' 

VIII-231 (Mnhlivn of Fi'ank and 1-dora . ( "arh'toii i liossfnuau. 

Vll-14!t.- 

a Aiicfl 'Phoriif. hdiii in l>>ti. niarrifd h'.hru.u-v 1 \ 
1914, Pearl Uixoii Uass. 
b Fi\y. liorn in ISiH. 



264 THE BULL FAMILY 

VIII-232 Children of Ross and Ella B. (Cox) Bosserman. 

VII-149-e 
a Richard, born in 1893, died . 

VIII-233 Children of James W. and Maude (Shaw) Jolly. 

VII-151-C 
a Frank Gustave Lindholm, born February 26, 1901. 

VIII-234 Children of Frank C. and Elinor E. (Jolly) Stanley. 

yii-157-g 

a Kenneth Clare (adopted), born Aprjl 4, 1902. 

VIII-235 Children of Earle H. and Bertha L. (Rich) Beatty. 

VII-154-a 
a Richard Hastings, born September 13, 1906, at Somer- 
ville, ^Massachusetts. 

b Margaretta Larimer, born July 24. 1912, at Sharon 
Hill, Pennsylvania. 

c Bertha Elizabeth, born October 17, 1913, at Sharon 
Hill, Pennsylvania. 

Vin-236 Children of Fred F. and Mary C. (Sinclair) Beattv. 

VII-154-b 
I a Arthur Sinclair, born March 25, 1908, at Somerville, 

Massachusetts. 

b Caroline E., born February 24, 1910, at Springfield, 
Massachusetts. 

c 1. Earle H., born July 20, 1911, at Springfield, 

2. Helen M., born July 20, 1911, at Springfield, 
Massachusetts. 

VIII-237 Children of AVilliam and AVinnifred (Hunter) Coch- 
ran. VII-158-b 
a Margaret, born February 17, 1897. 
b Emory, born March 25, 1899. 

Vin-238 Children of John B. and Julia A. (Hawke) AlcClure. 

yiI-159-b 
a M. Grace, born November 11, 1890, married October 
18, 1910, Joseph G. Williamson, who was born July 11, 
1884 IX-117 

They live at Harmonsburg, Pennsylvania. 

b L. Ethel, born June 29, 1896. 
c Martha J., born April 12, 1906. 

VIH-239 Children of AVilliam T. and Mary B. (McClure) Smith. 

VII-159-C 
a Clarence McClure, born January 11, 1895. 
b David Evans, born June 24, 1899. 
c Anna Belle, born January 19, 1910. 
d AA^illiam Virgil, born June 29, 1912. 



'rill-: I'.i I.I, I'A.Mii.Y 



2tt 



VIII-240 Childicii of Iv T. ;iinl AM.).- I^iiisoin ^ Miisoii. 

a liiiia. (Ici'casrd. 
\'II1-L'll ( 'liildit'ii ol' IioImiI I'', and <'arrir r.iii-dirk i Ikiiii.soiii. 

a Ki'iicsl. Ixdii III Spriii'' Township, ('faulonl ( 'oiiiit y, 
l'ciiiis\l\aiiia. -laiiiiaiy _'.">. l>'.t:;. ilird .May ."'). lS!i:',. 

I) W iiiiii Ircd. Imiiii in Siiiiiiinrliill Titw iislii|i, ('rawfonl 
OouiilW l*ciilis\ l\ aiiia, -liiiM' l'. 1S!»|, diid I ).TrmlHM- ■'», 
1894.  

(' lii'ssic, l)oni ill Siiiniinrliill T()\viislii|». ('r'awt'onl 
County. rcnnsyKania. -laiiiiaiy l'l', l^lKi. 

(1 Fi'nton, Imuii al ( '(Hiihaiil \ illr. I 'I'linsylvania. .May •'». 
1898, died .Inly L'li. liiiio. 

V Ilarr\' Wayne, horn al ( 'oiiiiiaiit \ iih\ I ''iiusylvaiiia, 
August 17.' 1901.' 

t" .Maud I'iVa. horn at Sprinj^horo. I*fiinsyl\ ania, .laii- 
uary 18, 190:^ 

o- Helen \'ei-ua, l)ui'u al Springhoio, I'miisylvania. -lan- 
uary 19. 1901). 

h Syl\ia Claudine. horn at ( 'onncaiit \ idr. rnMisylvaiiia. 
Felirua'ry 5. 1909. 

i Robert Edwin. Ji-.. honi at ronnraulvilir. Petuisyl- 
vania, Ai)nl 1. 1911. 

YnT-242 Children of M\ron C. and Ida C. > Ivansoiii llaliii. 

VllUil-k 

a Elizaheth. horn Se|)1eiiihei- I'l, 1!'0S, at Cranesville. 
Erie County. Pennsylvania. 

1) :\lahel Chrisiine. horn .\iii:iisl is. l!ll(». and died 
Se])teuiher IS, 1910. at ( 'ra iiesville, 1 'eims\ 1 vania. 

e Douulas ^lason. horn October 7. l!il"J. at Crate-^ville. 
Pennsylvania. 

d Helen .Mihlivd. horn February l'.".. l!'ll. at Craih-s- 
ville. Peniisyha nia. 

e Krnest Allan, hoiai -iiilx 21. I9l(i. and died Oel«»l)er 
11, 191(). at Cranesville, Pennsylvania. 

VTTT-24:l Children of Harrv P>. and P.essie M. Lord Snow. 

\ll-lti2-b 
a Helen .Marie, horn Ma.x l:'-, 1!)01. 
b .Man ('l.\(h'. horn .laniiar.\ 2(i. 1904. 

VIII-244 Children of (ieorge C. and h" ranees Iv .Moore > I.onl. 

\11 P.J  
a Georue Clytl*'. -Ii-.. lioiii September 12. 190:>. 



2G6 THE BULL FAMILY 

VIII-245 Children of Kaymond S. and Carrie L. (Paul) Lord. 

VII-163-b 
a William Paul, born July 21, 1900. 
b Francis Morrell, born July 20, 1902. 
c John Daniels, born June, 1905. 
d Henrietta L., born June 15, 1907. 
e Raymond Sterling, Jr., born August 25, 1910. 
f Howard F., born May, 1913. 

Vni-246 Children of Charles L. and Ethel R. (Lord) Walton. 

Vn-163-e 

a Harold J., born in 1893. 

b Percival C, born June 22, 1895. 

c Mildred, born May 10, 1897. 

d Adrian, born May, 1899. 

e Emily Geraldine, born 1901. 

f Stanley, born December 15, 1903. 

g Bessie J., born in 1905. 

h Kenneth, born in 1907. 

i Milo, born in 1910. 

j Kathryn Irene, born March 17, 1912. 

Vin-247 Children of Charles 0. and Emily G. (Lord) McDowell. 

VII-163-d 
a Donald, born September 14, 1902. 
b Dorothy, born in 1904. 
c Marion, born June 15, 1907. 
d Jessamine, born in 1909. 

VIIL248 Children of Jesse G. and Donna de E. (Lord) Smith. 

VII-163-C 
a Selden M., born in 1906. 
b Caroline, born in 1913. 
c 1. Nevin Nelson, born December 13, 1914. 
2. Neva Lord, born December 13, 1914. 

Vin-249 Children of John F. and Edith IM. (Howard) Law- 
rence. YII-164-a 

a Grace Elizabeth, born at Garnett, Kansas, September 
12, 1906. 

b Edith Louise, born at Garnett, Kansas, December 16, 
1907. 

c John Howard, born at Chanute, Kansas, September 
7, 1911. 

VIII-250 Children of Dr. Howard L. and Sadie (Cox) Power. 

Vn-166-b 
a Howard L. 

He lives at Sandy, Oregon. 



TIIM 111 1,1, FAMILY 267 

X'III-LT)! Childrcii >,\' ll,ii\c> A ;iih| |.,ii,i I. Wolt' \;,\%,-r. 

;i M.irioii II;ir\r\. Iinni .hmr L'ti. lIMil. 
It luil).\ Lrol.-i, Inirii l''rlini;ii'y "J, 1!H);{. 
(' ( ';inirnii'. Iiurn .|;i ini;i i-\ I, ]!)1 ."». 

\'I11-L':):^ Cliililivii of AMmiI S. ;iii,| M.iiiih- I*. I |'..u.r l-'onvillr, 

\ II Ititi.- 
;i ilfi'iii.iii Alhcrl, l.(irn I ).cciril)cr !). l!»()(» ;,| \r--li.T 
C]\y. Tcx;is. 

1) Ml\ir;i Liicilc. liniii .|,inii,ii-\ :^(t, l!)li;; ;il \ r.'li.r < il \ 
Texas. 

\'lll-L'5o C'liiKli'cii ol' Mnicsl A. ;iiiil Louise ( Sarj^rriiiil ^ .loidai;. 

viiniH-H 

a Edward Allison. Iioiii .liiin' 1:;, i:ilii, .it ( )r-u.si, Cali- 
fornia. 

VTTT-2r)4 Cluldivii (tf Cilhci't and Clara 15. .loi-daii nn-.-krii- 
rid^v. \'I! 1»iS-h 

a .\rtlnn- lico. horn ()ctolii'r "Jo. l^l'T. 
h Klhcl Marie, hoi'ti Xovoiiilicr L'o. llioi). 
C Ilai'old 1*>iil:ciii'. liorn .liiiir :!. l!Mi7. 

VIII-255 Children of Francis 1'., and .Maii.' llauk. Jordan. 

\'ll ItiS... 
a Fraiu-is Hurton, dr.. hoin dniv :!n. l!»(»i;. 
I) ^lary \'ir,uinia. l)()rii [''oliriiary .'>. lUlO. 
C Phillip T.owcll. horn January ]_'. lUl.'). 

VIII-256 Children of Samuel II. and (Jraee i.lones -lui-daii. 

\'II lii^-d 
a Jennie Ci-ace. 1torn dainiary 21. 190(1. 
b Marie Adelaide, horn .\u-ust 14. l!)(>!). 
c Clai-ahelle Irene, hoi'ii Oetoher ti. IHIO. 

VIII-257 Children of Kev. (Ieur;.;e 15. and K. Loretta Howard 
Knake. \11 17<>d. 

a Louisa Ila/el, hoiai -lune, 1>^II1. 

VIII-258 Children of Coi'wui I', and K. I.(.i-etta ( Iloward- 
Knake) Day. VII ITd-l) 

a Helen, horn .\pril 24. 1>!»7. 
h duanila. 
c Florenee. 

VIII-259 Children of .lohn 11. and Cliltir I,. Ilowar.h Cliileote. 

\1I 170-e 
a Fay Howard, horn dnne 1^, l^!'!. 
b Viryie \'ieinia. horn .M a \ 1.!, iMtli. 
c Ruby Lou. boi'ti .lui\ 2!>. 1S!)7. 
d Bessie Lee. h(M-n .\uuust 27. IDOd. 



268 THE BULL FAMILY 

VIII-260' Children of Lewis and Caroline J. (Howard) Mogel. 

VII-170-e 
a Howard, born August 27, 1902, 
b Louis, born May 10, 1904. 
c Corwin, born June, 1914. 

Vni-261 Children of Osgood R. and Nellie (Reeves) Howard. 

vn-170-g 

a Donald Osgood, 
b Max Melvin. 

VIII-262 Children of John R. and Ida (Martin) Howard. 

Vn-170-i 
a Vernon. 

Vin-263 Children of Charles S. and Eleanor (Neyman) Haines. 

Vn-171-a 
a Helen McCleary, born July 1, 1892. 
b Robert Neyman, born July 20, 1894. 

VIII-264 Children of Frank W. and Myrtle I. (Paul) Gardner. 

VIL173-C 
a Paul Shatto, born March 27, 1913. 
b Hugh Edward, born March 12, 1916. 

VIII-265 Children of Orlando S. and Bessie A. (Buckwalter) 
Roberts. , VII-174-a 

a Victor Earl, born November 5, 1882, died August 1, 
1883, at Rockford, Wright County, Minnesota. 

b ]\Iarvin Chester, born at Rockford, Minnesota, De- 
cember 21, 1884, married at Miles City, Montana, August 
8, 1907. Anna Anderson, who was born at Milwaukee, 
Wisconsin, February 19, 1887 _ _ IX-118 

c 1. Hazel Marie, born September 27, 1891, married 
April 9, 1916, Raymond V. Love, son of A. E. and Laura 
Love, born March 5, 1892, at Columbia, Marion Countv, 

Iowa - - - .- LlX-119 

2. Helen Mollie, born September 27, 1891, married 
June 20, 1914, Russel Harrison Barney, son of Reuben 
Edgar and Mary Bell (Wilson) Barney, born October 18, 
1888 - .J.. IX-120 

They live at Inverness, Montana. 

d Newell Bruce, born October 2, 1893, died October 20, 
1910, at Havre, Hill County, Montana. 

VIII-266 Children of William W. and Rebecca J. (Buckwalter) 
Crawford. VII-174-b 

a 1. Gertrude F., born in 1886, married Thomas Bell. 

They live at East Collingwood, Price Street, Vancouver, B. C. 

2. William H., born in 1886, was drowned in the 
Narrows, English Bay, Vancouver, B. C. 



THK III 1,1, I'AMILY 



2«» 



li ('l;irciicc M., Ih.ii, in IsnS, iii;i ri-ji-d 
(• L;ill!-,l, ImiIIi III ISllll. ilird III I'll.S. 

(I ( '\\i\r ( '.. Imii'ii mi Inh;.. 

I' I '>;i lie, lidi-ii III I .s!i7. 

\'III-L'(i7 Cliildi-cii of 1,'llSSrll A. ,iihI Mulli.. I'.. 
Anderson. 

a .M;ir\iii A., liorn .\u\ cinlirr IM, I^IM. 

Is ill \mV\ llnspiliil lliil •_• ;|| CicMl j.llkl'M Htlllillll. 

]) IlulxTt ()., Ii(ini Xiivcinhci- 27, 1S!>7. 

Ill' riiii.siiii ill ( |p:iii\ r.. i:;riiii i' s. iiifiiiiiii 

C ( 'ccilc Iv, lioin .1 iil\ S ]!)(l|. 



I'.iitkualtiT) 
VII 171 d 




IIKNKV r.l Lh KUHKIMS 

V -Jl-n 

(I'liiTf 44) 

VIII-268 ("liildi-cii ol' 'riidiiijis N. ,iiid (';in'ir 1'.. ( l?ii.-k\valtt'r) 
Vessey. VII 171 f 

n Ivirli' Kayiiiond. Inn-n -Inly Iti, Inko inacrifd AiiLrnst 
28, li'lo, l\iil)\ DriisiUa Wau.^lr. who was hoi-ii Auirnst ."). 
1896. Xo issiic. 

1) Etliylc .Mary. Ikm'ii .lainiai-y li>. 1S!I2. 

(' Arthur Thomas, hoi u 1 )rrfnihi'i- 12, 1>1>:{, iiiarrifd 
July 2."), 11117, .Iciiiiic ("larkc of St. doiiiis, Ort'Lroii. 

He enlisted in Company C. Ililinil V . S. Infiintry, iiiid hn< li«>en i>n 

detached service in l-^iiince witli tlie military |iolicf. lit- is n ci>rp<>rnl. 

Vril-2fi9 Cliildivn of Orvilh' V. and (".'lia i Uliu-tt ' Hu.-kwalt.-r. 

VII-l74-ir 

a Edwin Orvillc horn Maivh lii. 11)04. 



270 THE BULL FAMILY 

VIII-270 Children of Seth P. and Sarah J. (Buckwalter) Col- 
beth. VII-174-h 

a Lawrence Windfield, born August 15, 1896, at War- 
ren, Wisconsin. 

b Daniel Arad, born August 24, 1897, at Warren, Wis- 
consin. 

c Orville Seth, born January 29, 1899. at Warren, Wis- 
consin. 

d William Harrison, born August 18. 1901, at Warren, 
Wisconsin. 

e Nettie Frances, born August 24, 1905, at Roberts, 
Wisconsin. 

f Albert Wheeler, born March 2, 1910, at'Richardton, 
North Dakota. 

g Floyd Everett, born July 8, 1911, at Richardton, 
North Dakota. 

h Ruby Sarah, born December 1, 1913, at Warren, Wis- 
consin. 

i Myrtle Esther, born January 31, 1916, at Warren, 
Wisconsin. 

VIII-271 Children of George K. and Mollie (Emerich) Rodgers. 

VII-175-a 
a Clinton E. born in 1889. 
b Carrie E., born in 1893. 
c Ada G., born in 1896. 

YIII-272 Children of Harry J. and Margaret A. (Murray) 
Deckard. VII-177-a 
a Elizabeth Ella, born April 29, 1890, married Clayton 
W. Diebold - : IX-121 

They live at Felton, Cuba. 

b Jennie Blanche, born October 10, 1892, married Dan- 
iel D. Fisher... IX-122 

They live at Marysville, Pennsylvania. 

c Stella Shoemaker, born July 4, 1894. 

d Harry Murray, born March 11, 1897. 

e ]\lary Rebecca, born IMarch 15, 1899. 

f Margaret Louise, born July 19, 1903. 

g Samuel Stewart, born August 1, 1905, died in in- 
fancy. 

h Laura Helen, born December 31, 1906, died in in- 
fancy. 

i Ralph Norman, born September 5, 1908. 

VIII-273 Children of John N. and Nila M. (Deckard) Roush. 

VII-177-b 
a Daniel Deckard, born February 8, 1890, died June 
27, 1890. 

b Mary R., born :\Iarch 1, 1891, died April 6, 1905. 



'I'llh; 1:11,1. I' AM \\.\ 271 

\'1I1-L'71 Cliililirii (.r Wilson W. iiihI l.'.lirkiih N, I l)i-«-kanl ) 
U'lttiT. \'I I 177 'I 

a ('licstcr I )cck,i !•( I, liuni .\iii,'iist ."), Isll-J. 

¥111-27.") Children of (imr-r !•', ;in(l Sldla ( ', ^ l,'ol..-i-K Uunn 

\ll ls»i I, 
a William IioImm-Is. Ikiih -lannai-x 11, lim.), at JiynMi, 
Illinois. 

\'III--_'7ll Childivn (if llrnr\- I',, ami M.lilli llnnt-f I.'uImtI.s. 

a l^'niiclnin llnnlci-. Imrn Sc|i|cmlMT I. \'.>\\. at K'm'-U 
ford, Illinois. 

V111-'J77 Children of William 11. and lilaurhr WriL'hl- If..!.- 
crts. \ll i-^ti d 

a Dorothy, horn 1 )i'ccmhtr .'>. ll)(l.'{, at I'llida, Illinois. 

VIII-278 CliililiH'ii of J^'nink ;ind \'rra L. i('om|iton' Mnifi_\- 

\11 ls7.a 
a Goiicvit'Vc \'iol;i, horn •liitic "J. IIMI, al K'oi-kl'ord. 
Illinois. 

b -John Kenneth, horn .Inly -id, r.iltl. at Winiit-hairo, 
Illinois. 

VlII-27!) Children of l.i'wis 11. and Katie .M. Spaiiirl'-f 

Falcker. Vll-l!>2-a 

a Nellie C, hoi'ii -Inm' .'>. ISI'I. marrird liayniond <llat- 
felter, son of Albert (Jlatfelter. 

Thoy live in Ydik, rciinsylv Miiin. uIk re lir is li'llcr in tlif Kurin.T's Hunk. 

b Charles L., horn Aimnst 1, 1S!)4. married Ilarrit't 
Newall .Stone, dauiihter olMolin Stone of I'.altiinore. Mary- 
land, 

IIo was a student at F. .S: M. AcadiMny at l.am-aMiT, I'riin.sylvnnia. in 
1!>1(>, at'ti'V l.cinK at Staiintim NUlitary .Vcadi'Miy in \'.t>*.*. and icntduntfd at 
.Tetferson Medical t'ollfSf, I'liiladelpliia. I'ennsylvaniH. with ihf di-grve nt 
M. D., in lillti. He was appointed assistant in the Mediral ('«r|>!« i)f ihi* 
Xiival Reserve: promoted to Past .Assistant .Surgeon, with rank iif l.ieutfnanl. 
Has been stationed at tlie Marine (.'orps Camp at Quantieo. Virijinin. 

e INIary .M., l)orn Xoveniber 18, IS!)!). 

She lives at Iut fallni's hoiiu' in 'Sork. I'ennsylviinia. 

f Martin laitliei-. horn -Inly ■_'.'.. llKH. 

VIII-280 e'luldreii of William C. and Mary Iv (Faekler^ Fink. 

\' 11-1 !»•_'- b 

a Dais\-. horn in 1>SI. married .lolm Sehrant/ 1.^-123 

They live al \ovk. Pennsylvania. 

b ^linnie M.. born in ISS."). married in llMi* Ib-w.-ml 
Spanii'ler. 

They live ;i( York, Pennsylvania. 

e Cora Iv. born in 1SS<. married in lOln. Harry liotl l.\-r-I4 



272 THE BULL FAMILY 

d Anna M., born in 1890. 

e John H., born in 1894. 

f Wilbur, born in 1895, married in 1916, Margaret 
Evster. 
. 'g Edna, born in 1898. 

h William, born in 1903. 

VIII-281 Children of John A. and Lucy (Boose) Fackler. 

VII-192-C 
a Myrtle, born December 7, 1886, married John 
Hennecke - IX-125 

b Anna E., born Januarj^ 2, 1889. 
c Harry B., born August 15, 1891. 
d Margaret L., born July 10, 1900. 

VIII-282 Children of George AA^. and Carrie (Xeiman) Fackler. 

Aai-192-e 
a Millard, 
b Mary. 
c Kuth. 
d Alargaret. 
e Lewis. 

f Son (name not known), 
g Betty Jane, 
h LTnknown. 

AaiL283 Children of Daniel G. and Elizabeth (Fackler) Meek- 
ley. yiL192-f 

a Harvey Leroy, born in 1890, married Amanda Shaef- 
fer, who was born in 1892 __ ___ IX-126 

They live in West Manchester Township, York County, Pennsylvania. 

b Luther Fackler, born in 1891, married Ruth Pauline 
Lehman, born in 1891 IX-127 

'They live in York, Pennsylvania, where he is teller in the Security Title 
and Trust Company. 

c Allen Bond, born in 1891, married Ruth Cecilia Horn 
of York, born in 1893 __ IX-128 

d Mary Elizabeth, born in 1895, married Chester Homer 
Meredith of Columbia. Pennsylvania, born in 1894. IX-129 

e Daniel Grant, born in 1899. 

VIII-284 Children of Adam and Mary J. (Burns) Spotz. 

VII-193-a 
a Gertie, born in 1886, married Allen Brown, who was 
born in 1882... IX-130 

They have lived in Chicago, Illinois ; have moved to Dallas, Texas. 

b Grace, born in 1895. married Robert Baumaster, born 
in 1894. 

He is in service in the U. S. Army. 



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273 



VIII-285 Cliihiirii (if (icor^c ;iiii| Ml i/,;i lict li i K II iildf ) Malliia.s. 

VII l!M;.a 

n (M;iii-c. lioni .l;iiiii;iry S, IS!)), iii;irrir(| .li-iiiiii- (iotwalt, 
(hnmlilci- ol' Allrr ;iii(| ('Lira i iUunlWuiT) (iotwalt .if V..I-L- 
I 'ciiiisyK ;i Ilia. 

I) .M;iry, Koni I )ii(iiil)cr IS, 1S!I7, niarrir.l .lojin Snydrr 
of Noi'lli ^'(»rk, lioni in 1 ^'u; IX |:;| 

(• .\nii;i, lioi-ii ( )cI(iImt I'll. JSDS. 

VIII-28() Childivii ol' L,i\\ iviicr A. ;iii<l Mvrtlc (Sfi-inn ilrnnH. 

VII jn-J-a 

M JMTiiard U'lissi'll, lidni in r.ilO. 
1) I *;iiiliiic l"l\i'lyii. I)(ini in I'.M 1 . 
C \'i()la Iv'.. Ixirii ill r.M:!. 

\'I1I-2S7 Cliildivii of .loliii and AlarvS. ( .Marlliurii ) KihM.-r. 

VII L'oM, 
a Mariiiircl. Imni in ISftO. 
b Frederick, horn in liMlO. 

VIII-288 diildivii of SaiiiiH'l ('. aiul .Mat:-^:ie (llooveri Marlliurn. 

\' 1 1 -jo-i-c 

a IMarji'aret. Iiorn in llMKi. 
h Edwin, boi'ii in 1IM)8. 

VIII-28!) Cdiildri'ii of dames X. and Idorence i^Met'aiin Mat-l- 
horn. \'II204-c 

a Allen, l.oi-n in I!)!!, 
b Earl, liorii in I!tl7. 

VIII-290 Children ol' llenr\- 11. and l-'iaiiccsS. iStrrliniri .Mael- 



hoi'ii. 

a Robert, born in 11)12. 
b JSterliny, born in 11)14. 



Nil 204- f 



VIII-291 riiildreii of (diaries and Nora L. Maelliorn I5ii.-li..r. 

\'II 2i>4-ir 

a Anna, horn in ll)(l!). 
b Edwai'd. horn in r.)li). 
e Harold, horn in 1 Dl 1 . 
d AViltoii. horn in ll>12. 
e Doroth.v. horn in l!)b!. 
f Kobert. horn in IDlo. 
2' Ehvood. horn in ll)lh. 



VIII-292 Children of David and Elizabeth Maelliorn^ Hublev. 

VII -JO.Vd 
a James ^F., born in 1008. 
b Anna C. born in IDIO. 



274 THE BULL FAMILY 

VIII-293 Children of Leroy and Mary (Maelhorn) Garman. 

VII-205-e 
a Mary R., born in 1909. 
b Luella M., born in 1915. 

VIII-294 Children of Dalvin and Annie (Brosy) Maelhorn. 

VII-205-f 
a Dorothy, born in 1913. 
b Esther M., born in 1915. 
c Boyd R., born in 1916. 

YIII-295 Children of Charles and Minnie (Maelhorn) Rife. 

YII-206-a 
a Helen, born in 1901. 

VIII-296 Children of James and Minnie (Maelhorn-Rife) Fake. 

VII-206-a 
a Paul, born in 1912. 
b Mary, born in 1914. 

VIII-297 Children of Israel and Mary A. (Maelhorn) Gross. 

VII-206-C 
a Nettie, born in 1902. 
b Walter, born in 1906. 
c Pauline, born in 1910. 

YIII-298 Children of Jacob and Sadie E. (Maelhorn) King. 

VII-206-d 
a Earl, born in 1905. 

YIII-299 Children of Alfred H. and Minnie (Sweitzer) Mael- 
horn. VII-206-e 
a Elizabeth, born in 1914. 
b Charles, born in 1916. 

VIII-300 Children of Cyrus and Amanda (Maelhorn) Lehigh. 

VII-206-f 
a Mary, born in 1910. 
b Xorman, born in 1913. 
c Charles, born in 1915. 

VIII-301 Children of William H. and Margaret L. (Griffith) 
Eisenhart. YII-210-a 

a ^Margaret Alice, born April 20, 1913. 

VIII-302 Children of Chester and Pauline G. (Shaeffer) Boyer. 

VII-212-C 
a Donald, 
b Helen. 



TlllO lill.l. I'AMII.Y 



275 



VIII-:i();{ ( 'hildfrll (if < ;lr;is(,ii ,IIhl Mllrli U' . (^Ilirkrl, | ),-ii P. I- .•■•^' 

VII L- 1 
;i ( 'jirrM'. 
I) H.-iri'v. 
(• liiillicr. 
(I ( 'hirciicc. 
(' .loliii. 
r U'oy. 

<:,■ Son ( ii;iiiir Mot ^ucii j . 
h Nellie. 
i Kiith. 



';iiil 



VTII-;?()4 (Miildi-cii of Olivrr ,111 
(Two ehildivii.) 



) <^lliek«l, 

VII J 18. 1) 



YTTT-^Of) ( 'liildi'eii of F.dujif S. ;iii(1 Susie ( ( 'iiiiiiiiiLdi;iiii Ilvkt-s. 

VII-Jl!l.;i 
a Samuel David, horn .l;inn;iry :!1, lIKfJ. 
1) llai'iy Elwood. Iioni .j.mn.iry In, liiii}. 
c Cjitherine Kebeeea. horn Deeenilx-r ).'). I!)!)."). 
d Ira Elniifji. horn Sepleniher I'S. liXtS. 
e (ieorge ('unniiiLjIuini, hoi-n .Tune Iti. 1!M(). 
f Charles Nevin. hoi'n Septmihcr 24. IIM.".. 
g Carl Lincoln, horn I'^ehrnjirN- 11. 1!'17. 

VIII-30(i Cliildi'en of Coniiid ;ind .M;ii\- K. (llvkesi .liiliu.s. 

vii-L'in-h 

a Freddie AV.. horn An-iiisl (i. 1!)0:^ 
1) Helen S.. hoi-n Api'il I'd. 1!)0.'). 
c jNFargaret A., hoi'n -lunc 1:!. llHi'. 

VIII-307 (Mnldren of AVilli.un II. and .Minnie .Mr< losk.-v 
Ilykes. V1I--_M'».,. 

a .Martha Louisa, horn Mrcmihrr I. l!M»l>. 
b IMargarel Willels. horn -hme 23. liUl. 



VIII-308 Childi-en of Cliai'lcs 11. and .\nnir K. Ilvkrs Litth-. 

Vll-21!'-.! 
a Ethel licheeea. horn -lunc 1. l!l()7. 
1) Helen Eli/.ahelli. Ix^-n dune 10. l!)dS. 
e Clair Ilykes. horn Octohrr S. 1!H)!). 
d William Charles, horn October 8. IIUI. 

VIII-309 Children of John and Elizahrth II. llvkes litish. 

VH-21!^-.' 
a Cathei'ine dane. horn l-'ehruar\- 2(». liM.'). 
b Samuel, tmrn March IS. IDIT. 



276 



THE BULL FAMILY 



VIII-310 Children of Chester and Caroline M. (Hykes) Gross. 

VII-219-f 
a Esther Elizabeth, born January 3. 1911. 
b Marian Ruth, born June 6, 1912. 
c Kathryn Romaine, born August 19, 1913. 
d Zacharias Harold, born June 18, 1915. 




MARIA (BULL) MILLER 

V-26-e 

and her son 

WILLIAM HEXRY MILLER 

VI-96-b 

(Pages 47 and 101) 



VIII-311 Children of Albert R. and Bertha (Emig) Hykes. 

VII-219-g 
a AVilliam Albert, born October 24, 1915. 
b Dorothy May, born May 30. 1917. 



•nil'; i:i 1,1. i-\\iii,v j;- 

\' I I I '\]'2 ('liililrni of l>;i \ iiMiiii I ;ini| I'.l i/;i 1 n-t Ii S. llitoViTt <iflll- 
mil. VI|._'Jtl-H 

;i l>icll;i|-(l I lonNCr. linlii .M;iy IS. l'l|ll 

1) .Icniicl I (• < i iislrii.i, lioi'ii .l;i 1111,1 1 y M lUl-'i, 
(• l>;i\ni(iM(l .\liT\iii. liiii'ii Si'|i|i'iiil..-r 1"^. T'l I 

\'III--"U;5 ('liildi'cii (»r ( 'l.iiriirc S. ;iiiil .\liiii-r\ii i 'I'rttiir llnovrr. 

VII-JL'II I. 

;i I )(»r()t liy, Ikhii in 1 11 1 II. 

\'III-:114 ('liiUlrcii (if l''i('(|cciil< II. :iiiil <>li\,. l''Mr|taiii,'lM 
(^)uicl<rl. \'II L'L'I ii 

;i rhili|i l"'i'<'i|ci-icl\, 1mii-ii .iihI dird ( Jrlolpi-r, I'M I. 
1) ( ";it licriiic ()li\r, lioi-ii Nn\ milirr :!ii, ll'l'i. 

\'lll-;51.") Cliildrcu of and Don.'.rttii ( Ni-wail j 

VII-L»JL'd 

a Charles, dicil in inraiicv. 

VIII-31(i Childivii of William II. aii<l Flo.ss K. ( Starr i l'.arl<l.-v 

\'ll L-_':: ,, 
a Aliee, ])orn Jamiar\- 7. 1!M1. 
b Cliarlntto, died in iiifaiii'y. 

VIII-317 (Miildivn (•!' Ivirl A, and Lotlir I'., f Marion i HarklfV, 

VII--JJ:; I. 
a Earl, horn An<inst S. I'.i]:;. 

VTTT-;31S CMnldrcii of TJov and Lulu •!. iSaiiipl.-) Wriixht. 

V11-L-J4 a 
a William Tivston. horn I )cc,Mnhrr I'll, linil. 
b Luey Eslhcr. horn -Inly !•, 1!M)4. 

(' T.uthcr .lasi)ci'. horn August L".h liXitl. dir,| .Inn.' L'i>. 
1907. 

d Martha Kosc. hoi'n Dfccnihci- L':!. i:>ti7. 

e Jnlia Kniuia. horn .lul.\- I'l. ll'llt. 

r .lohn A., hoi'ii .Inly li', llMi'. 

g Dorothy May. hoin .May lii. I'.n."). 

Vlll-'n!) Childi'cn of Cfoii^v K. ;ind l.illir M. \Vi-i<:lit > ll.-rsli- 
man. VII-L-J4-h 

a Ksthcr .\nnc. hoi-n Noxcnihrr 1."). ll'itS 
h Harold Wriiiiit. horn Ortohri' •_'.'). ll»l:i. 
e , liorn |)r('cmhcr L'S, 1!I17. 

VIII-320 Children of .Moiton and Kmma !•'. Cartel- l-'ry.'. 

V11-J_n; h 

a Alberta. 

b Rol)ert. 

e Panl Carter. 



278 THE BULL FAMILY 

VIII-321 Children of Harry C. and Bertha G. (Henze) Zeigler. 

VII-227-b 
a Daughter, died at birth. 

b Margaret Elizabeth, born December 1, 1904. 
c Ruth Pauline, born December 8, 1906. 
d Henry Charles, born August 19, 1910, died October 
6, 1910. 

e Helen Eomaine, born September 19, 1912. 

VIII-322 Children of George L. and Sarah E. (Bennett) Miller. 

VII-228-b 
a Elizabeth Jane, born March 22, 1917. 
b Mary Ann, born April 1, 1918. 

VIII-323 Children of Dr. Charles B. and Mary C. (Woolten) 
Moseley. VII-233-a 

a Esther Woolten, born October 9, 1880, married Jan- 
uary 27, 1901, William Pittman, born April 6, 1876 IX-132 

They live at Annona, Texas, where he is a niercliant. 

b Elizabeth, born July 13, 1882, married April 7, 1901. 
Joseph M. McCarver _ IX-133 

They live at Annona, Texas, where he is a merchant. 

c lone Ann, born July 23, 1884, married 1903 Dr. J. 
Thomas Hutchinson .- IX-134 

d Araminta McCawley, born May 23, 1886. married 
June 5, 1908, John Hall -. IX-135 

e Charles Ben,iamin, Jr., born March 28, 1888, married 
January 28, 1912, Cecilia Maxley Cox, daughter of Robert 
Bowen and Callie (Mabry) Cox of Knoxville, Tennessee, 
born July 4, 1884._.... _ -_ - IX-136 

He is telegraph and station agent of the Paris and Mount Pleasant Rail- 
way, at Bogota, Texas. 

f Mary, born January 4, 1890, and died March 10, 1890. 

g Genevieve, born March 26, 1891, married June 26, 
1913, Clarence Charles de Berry, son of Martin Luther and 
Alice Jane de Berry of Missouri, born January 19, 1891... JX-137 

They live at Bogota, Texas, where he deals in live stock. 

VIII-324 Children of Parman J. and Mattie B. (Conly) Hender- 
son. VII-234-b 

a Franz Parman, born April 4, 1897. 

b Madge, born June 14, 1899. 

c Conly William, born February 4, 1908. 

VIII-325 Children of Walter T. and Madge (Conly) Monroe. 

VII-234-C 

a Conly, born May 21, 1896, married April 30, 1917, 

Virginia — •, born August, 1898. 

b Walter, born October 5, 1903. 



'I'lIM I! I 1,1, I' AMI I, Y 



ro 



VrTT-:V2(; Cliildivii of Willi.iiii K ,111.1 1,'iitli A Miilliiis* Conlv 

;i rniiliii.' I'lli/jilirlh. Iioni < >,-|nl.rf L'T, UMIII. 

Ii M;ify l-]strll;i, horn .\|m-iI >. I'lii^ 

(' .1 iili:i ( iriic\ it'\ r. Iidi'ii .1 mil' |, |!) Id. 

(1 \Vil(l;i I'ldilli, liiHii Dc.riiili.r 1, l!)];;. 

(' Willi.-iiii l'](l\\;inl. -I r. Ihiiii l''.'l)iu;ii-y L'n, I'Mti 

VI1I-;?L*7 Childivii (.r .1. M. .-Ill, I Ad.li.' l; (omIv. Ihini^ 

VII _'::i .. 

;i \\'illi;ini llcrlirrl, hum Sr] i| .■imImt 11. ISIMI. 

lie riilisii'd ill ilii' r. S. Aini.v, .\|>ril 1, I'.tls, mill ih in tlw <'iin)it Arllllrry 
Corps, lllh <'()iiii>!iii.v. Ml Kdi'I K(i-.i'cniir/.. S.iii |)iii;i>. ( 'iilirnriiin. 

1) l»;iyiii()ii(l Tli(»iii;is. li(ini .liil\- '-'A. l^l»!l. 
(• 1. Mnttic I'.cll. horn .M,i.\ 11. lltiij. 

2. MoiuMii, Woi'ii .Miiy I 1. 11)1)2. 
d Sam, 1)01-11 Dcccinhcr L'li. liio:;. ilini |-"rl.i-ii;iiy L'. jMul 
(' 1. Ned. Ixini .M.-iivh 111, r.)i)ii. dird .lul.\ 17. r.)i)i;. 

•J. Ted. Ix.ni M;iivh 111. liKHl. dird .limr Itl. lIMHi. 

VIII-328 Children of .Josfi)li II. ;iii<l ( 'oliiinliiii !',. ' .Viid.TSDti ) 
Rowell. \ii j:',:.-;! 

a Jost'pliiiic, horn Soptcnilirr 2(1. ]S!i4. 
1) Mattic Eli/ahclli. l)oni A|)ril 7. l!»()(). 
e (leorye l^cU, born January 17. IDOS. 

VIII-:^21) Cliildivii of (^liv(M- L. and l.ronr iPiviissi An.i.-r.son. 

Vll-_':!i;-a 

a Oliver Leitli. lioi'ii Ajtril lM. 1^'»7. 

He is now in ihi' V. S. Niivy as t'hief Ycutiiaii. 

VIII-330 Children of Saimiei .1. and .Mary !'.. i Towvrs : And.-r- 
son. Vll--J3»;-I) 

a Elizabeth I'.erniee. born October 'JS. l!K)t;. 

VIII-331 Children of •!. .M. and Mattie I. ^ .\ndei'son Seal.'.s. 

a ^label Irene, hoiai .\|iril 27. 11)0.'). 

1) Samuel Melrose, hoi'ii Kebruar.\- '2'). IDHS. 

C :Mar.i()rie r.ell. horn .Vii-iisi 1 1. 11)1 [. 

Vin-332 Children of .1. 1'.. and Onita i Anderson I'etin. 

\ll-23»i-d 
a TIenry T.. born .liiiie 2. l:)n7. 
b Fred .\iidersoii. horn October l-'.. l!)12. 

VIII-333 Childr.'ii of Horace ('. and .Mabel (.Moored Anderson. 

VII 23(i-e 
a Virginia l^lleii, horn Sepieinb'r 2i), 11'12. 
b ]\rary Vea, born August 14. lIHo. 



280 THE BULL FAMILY 

VIII-334 Children of William Earl and Bertha (Humphrey) 
Anderson. VII-236-f 

a Jnanita Jeannette, born December 13, 191-i. 
b AVayne, born December 11, 1917. 

VIII-335 Children of Dr. John W. and Effie J. (Statler) Hyatt. 

VII-237-a 
a John Statler, born August 13, 1887. 
b Archibald Karl, born March 9, 1890. 
c Raymond Earl, born November 16, 1892. 

VIII-336 Children of Hugh E. and Julia (Antine) Anderson. 

VII-238-a 
a Sarah Catherine, born in 1906, died in 1907. 
b Dorothy, born in 1914. 
c Baby girl, born May 6, 1918. 

VIII-337 Children of E. L. and He E. (Anderson) 'Canterbury. 

VII-238-C 
a Ernest L., born in 1905. 
b Elizabeth, born December 9, 1909. 
c Marion, born December 16, 1912. 

VIII-338 Children of William A. and Anne C. (Pope-Sivley) 
Conner. VII-239-a 

a America Aclelia, born October 4, 1899. 

She graduated, May 28, 1918, at Ward-Belmont School, Nashville, Tennes- 
see. She and her mother were of the Baptist Cliurch, while her father is of 
the Methodist Episcopal, South. 

VIII-339 Children of Oliver E. and Ida (Duke) Pope. VII-239-b 
a Thomas Sidney, born and died October 22, 1907. 

VIII-340 Children of Wilbur H. and Erskine E. (Pope) Carman. 

VII-239-d 
a Elizabeth, born June 6, 1911. 

VIII-341 Children of Ambrose F. and Eft'ie (Pope) Denison. 

VII-239-e 
a Adelaide Jane, born April 9, 1906. 
b Annie Pope, born February 8, 1911. 

Vin-342 Children of Charles B. and Bell (Pope) Allen. 

Vn-239-e 
a Charles Barber, Jr., born June 12, 1912. 
b Bob Pope, born August 23, 1914. 

YIII-343 Children of James J. and Eva E. (Anderson) Cham- 
bers. VII-240-a 
a Thomas Glen, born November 6, 1905. 
b Jack Fuller, born July 15, 1908. 
c Ida Merle, born May 15, 1913. 
d Eva Jo, born Julv 27, 1915. 



Till': 111 I.I. I'AMII.Y 



3»1 



V[I[-;MI ChildlVll (.I' .In,- II ;ill<l l,,|,;i I, Krrl,-V, .\M.|.-l-.i 

VII L'l 

;i l'',iiiin;i l.nricr. hdi'ii .\l;i\ I '^. IIM'J. 

I) .\llii;i Mllcli, iMirii .M,i.\ ■_', t!Mli. 

\'lll-:>4r) ( 'liildrcii (iT ( )lrii 11,111(1 l''lii>>sir I. .\ iii|'-fso(i Navlor, 

\ II-JID-.I 

;i ()li'ii lloiiMT, .If., Ixini .1 ,1 iiii;i |-y |li, IIMlI. 

I) \\ny .\ iKJci'siPii. lidiii .\|i|-il s. I'll I. 
(' lu'lii .l.iiict, horn NomiiiIht JJ, IHlti. 




lilCllAKD AI.KXA.NDKl; CllAlWIAN 
Senior living niemluT i>l' l;iiiiily 



VIlI-84(i CMiiMrcii of .Toliii \'. .iiiil Vnl);i iSnid.T lloiti. 

\' 11 mi -a 

a EtlK'l. l)()iii .laiiuniy 'M. ISIMI. dird .May :!1. 1:h)-J. 

b Ilaz.'l. honi .M.iivli 14. ISIH. 

She lives ;it .laeksoii, Missmii-i. 

VIII-3-l:7 Childri'ii of Marsludl and Miodi.' > M.-dlrv Snider. 

VII -U 11. 

a Enlli. Itofii Dcccinlirr -2. IS!':'. 

I) ]\Iary r>t'riiicc. Ixini Aiimisi "J7. l>li.'>. 

e John Wilson. Itorii NnNcnduT "_'>. ISitT. 

d William Thonia.s, horn dun.' "J. l^'.'l'. 



282 THE BULL FAMILY ' 

VIII-348 Children of John A. and Drusie (Miller) Snider. 

VII-241-C 
a Nathan Miller, born April 19, 1896. 
b Julius Brown, born January 18, 1901. 
c Eli George, born March 17, 1904. 
d Carl Estes, born October 12, 1905. 
e John Hugh, born January 14, 1907. 

VIII-349 Children of Mason and Louise (Ford) Snider. 

VII-241-d 
a Louis, born October 20, 1900. 
b Woodrow, born September 29, 1902. 
c Hazel, born May 4, 1908. 

VIII-350 Children of Wilson and Amelia (Obermider) Snider. 

VII-241-e 
a Clestis, born August 12, 1898. 
b Louise, born December 11, 1900. 
c Dorothy, born January 24, 1902. 

VIII-351 Children of Julius i\L, Jr., and Alma (Abernathy) 
Snider. VII-241-f 

a James, born September 24, 1899. 
b Blanche, born September 18, 1901. 

YIII-352 Children of George and Amanda (Snider) Simms. 

Vn-241-g 
a Lucille, born September 17, 1900. 
b George Julius, born June 17, 1902. 

Vin-353 Children of Robert B. and Susan (Bergman) Snider. 

VIL241-h 
a Bergman, born April 24, 1904. 

VIII-354 Children of William F. and Gertrude (Ammerman) 
AVilson. VII-242-a 

a William Francis, Jr., born July 2, 1902. 
b Clara Bernice, born September 9, 1905. 
c Joseph Phillip, born November 31, 1912. 

VIII-355 Children of AVilliam M. and Emma J. (AVilson) Mul- 
holland. VII-242-C 

a Mary Frances, born October 7, 1917. 

Vni-356 Children of Thomas J. and Adelaide B. (AVilson) Fitz- 
patrick. VII-242-d 

a Bernice, born November 11, 1917. 

Aan-357 Children of Charles L. and Eliza H. (Lockwood) 
Schatte. VII-243-b 

a Sophia Lockwood, born December 7, 1913. 



'I'll!': i;i 1,1, I'WMii.Y 'jnz 

\' 1 1 l-.';r)S ( 'liildi-cii of .\I,i,|(ii- Tli(iiii;is 'I' ;iiii| I'lmiiia I- I )iiii''aii  
Frisscll. VII.'H-u 

;i l)iiiir;iii niillip. Ihmii .Inly |:;, Is!)!). 

VIII-;^')!) Cliildivii of l,'icli;ir,| W. jinl K\\n (I'.rouin l-'ri.s.s.-ll. 

\ll J»4.li 

a ('li;ii-lcs r>r()\\ii, iioi'ii M.irch (i. |!l(l| 

\'!ll-:>f!ll Childnii (if M.ijor l';ittick .ind Hihccra Iloiick) 
Frisscll. VIl.L'44-f 

a Mary, honi April S, iDjil. 

VIIl-;{(il Cliildivii of \ln\nT\ Iv and Mlla Wilson i I '.rant j.-y. 

VII 2\'.i-n 

a I'ilsic, horn ScplrnilnM' li, 11MI"_'. 

I» lioltcrt Wilson, horn -Innr L', ]!)()S. 

\'III-:>(iL* Cliildi'cn of Dr. William .\. an. I .\,lda .M . Wilson) 
Howard. \II l'[!M> 

a Susie, hovu ncccinbci- -'A). l.'^DS. died -lannary >. js!)!). 
b Sai'ali Avis, bom Au<iu.st .'ll, 1 :>()(). 

\'TTT-."36:^ Children of Tlininas K. and Koxjuiiia (Martini Wilson. 

\ll •J.")()-a 
a Lloyd Leo, hoiai Sc|)tcnihcr S. l!)iii). 

VIII-36-4 Children of Turl 11. and i'lnnna i Wilson) Adams. 

VII-L'.-)0-c 

a Wilson Lonnew ])oi-n (Ictobei-, l!l()(). died .linie I). 
1907. 

1) I'earl .Marie, horn .\ii>iust :>, liiOl'. 

c Lloyd Harold, horn -lidy ."1, l!i()4. 

d Lifaid daniilitei-. uiuianied. horn and dird .Marrli 2'k 
190(5. 

e Mildr.'d .Myrtle, horn l-'ehrnary L'7. IIH)?. 

f Lela Evelyn, horn .\pril li'. i:i(i!i. 

<>• John Alexander, born -Inl.v 11. llMl. 

li \'ivian Kstella, boi-n dul.v 7, ll'lL*. 
i T\o.v Llani, born Xovendier 'JS, l!)!."). 

Vlll-oDo Children of -John C. and r.ertlia iColven West. 

VII-2.")l-h 

a lla/.el. liorn Auiiiist (!. lS9;i. 

VIII-86(; ("hildi-en of L. (». and Cert rude (Colver) Atwood. 

VlI--J.".I-e 
a C.raee Kli/.abcth. boiai .\u<rust -Jti. l!K)S. 

VIII-367 Children of llari'v .\. and i:ii/.ahrth K. iStornnvi Col- 
yer. VIl--J.">l-e 

a Samuel James, born .lanuar.\' 17. ll'lii. 
b Thomas Stoi'row. horn .\nuust L'4, l!'17. 



284 THE BULL FAMILY 

VIII-368 Children of W. H. and Effie (Clouse) Vaughn. 

VII-252-a 
a Gladys, born July, 1892. 

b James, born 1898. 

VIII-369 Children of Alexander M. and Lilian (Turner) Bogy. 

VII-353-a 
a Eosamond Virginia, born August 26, 1910. 

VIII-370 Children of Thomas and Lois (Tubbs) Hines. VIL254-a 

a Wilson Sears, born July 15, 1912, at Pasadena, Cali- 
fornia. 

b Kathryn, born January 19, 1915, at Pasadena, Cali- 
fornia. 

VIII-371 Children of John and Grace (Hines) McEoberts. 

VIL254-C 
a Jack Alexander, born September 3, 1913. 

VIIL372 Children of Gilbert C. and Elsie (Hines) Eobb. 

VII-254-C 
a Twin girls, born and died September 7, 1908. 

VIII-373 Children of Edwin and Eugenia (Seay) AVilson. 

VII-255-b 
a Edwin Blake, born October 12, 1913. 

VIII-371: Children of Lucius L. and Cliloe A. (Knox) McNeely. 

Vn-256-a 

a Ethel, born November 25. 1883, married April 14, 

1903, Edward S. Guese, son of Frederick and Louise Guese 

, of New Haven, Franklin County, Missouri, born February 

8, 1877 . IX-138 

He graduated with the degree of M. D. in 1909 from Cape Girardeau, 
Missouri, Normal School. Is in the insurance business at Cape Girardeau. 

b John Gracey, born January 10, 1885, married Decem- 
ber 24, 1911, Josephine Helen Barndollar, daughter of Ferd 
Barndollar of Pennsylvania and Catherine Morgan of In. 
diana ....._ __... .._. IX-139 

The}' live at S'anta Monica, California, where he is a teacher. He is a 
graduate of the Missouri State Normal School, 1907, degree of B. Pd. 

c Lucille, born in 1886. 

She lives at Santa Monica, California. 

d Lester Eay, born in 1888. 

Vin-375 Children of David C. and Lillie (Knox) Hope. 

VIL256-b 
a Nellie, born February 12, 1894. 



Till'; r.r LI, i'amii.v jMft 

Vni-:i7(i riiildivii (,r Willis :iiii| Molhr I Shoiilts) Km.. 

Vll J...,. 

;i 1. Mildred, linlli ( )r|,,l.rl' I!). IIMIU. 
2.' Miiii-d.d.iic. I)<)iii OcIoIht 1!I. IIMMI. 

I) (ir;icc. lu.n: .hil\ l!l, 1!H)7. 

\'lir-">77 ('liildrcii III' \\';illir ,'iiid \'()i';i ' Wilson i l\ii(i\ 

\iii-;{8:j-^vn.j;,«;..l 

;i (';iiT(il Wilsdii. I)()iii .\l;ii-cli L'li, ISI).'). 

1) l"'dii;i. Ixirii in 1 S!l(i. 

(' ( 'Ijirciicc, lioi'ii ill 1 S'IS. 

(1 I'l.-ifl, lioni ill 1!M)1. 

VIII-:57S ("liildrcii of ('\Tiis ;iiid (';irrii' il'rici-i I '.jirli.'r. 

\il-L':)7-i. 

;i Al|»li;i. lioni I )(m-ciii1mt iM. I'.MIS. 
1) Sjiiiiiicl, horn .liil\- IS. i:i](). 
(• Trice. Iiorii .l;iiiii;i ry :!, llMl'. 

YTTT-;?7!) Children of Oliver ;iiid Addie (Hope. .Mort(.ii. 

\ll--j:)S-a 

a Vir^'iiiia, horn ISII.'). married I'Jltl Iv L. Kinder. 

They live in .liicUson, Missouri. 

1) Hope, horn in IS!)!). 

VTTT-380 (Miildreii of IJiirlev W. and Cohimhia ' Woods i Me- 
Neely. VIl-lMil-a 

a Ft'rn, married ('lyde .M(d\ee. 
1) Fraiikii', married in l!n7. Xewel McKee. 

VIII-881 Children of Georoe 1'. an<l Ollie (MeX.-ely i Morton. 

VII-_'til-l. 
a Delia, married Ernest Miller, 
b Lucius, 
c Erma Dale, 
d ^ Fart ha. 
e l^lauehe. 
f Hessie. 
g' Kobevt. 

VIII-382 Children of Charles K. and defile (Sla.-ki Sliort. 

VIl-L'(i2-b 

a AVilsou. 
b Mildred. 

VIII-383 Children of Waller and Nora Wilson l\iio\ See 
VIIT-377.) XllJti.Va 

VIII-38-J: Children of Albert and Keheeea • llati-iier i Wilson. 

Vll-JtJ.Vb 

a Cora, born May 18. 1004. _ 

b Victor, born Sei)teiul)er '2i. IDdti. 

c Paul, born February 9. IDU. 



286 ' THE BULL FAMILY 

VIII-385 Children of William J. and Jessie (Ruff) Hitt. 

VII-266-b 
a Helen Gayle, born May 20, 1901. 
b Hazel Winfred, born June 26. 1904, died February 
18, 1905. 

Vni-386 Children of Edwin A. and Nora (Ruff) Haggard. 

VII-266-C 
a Laura, 
b Edwin. 

VIII-387 Children of J. M., Jr., and Lucy (Ruff) Hannebrink. 

VIL266-d 
a Ruth, 
b Clarence, 
c John, 
d David. 

YIIL388 Children of William and Freida (Amelunka) Ruff. 

Vn-266-e 
a Wilson Lee. 
b Ben Howard. 

Vm-389 Children of Theophilus and Alma (Hope) Robb. 

VII-268-a 
a Lilian, born December -4, 1896, married May 9, 1916, 
Russell R. Pankey IX-140 

They live at Kennett, Missouri. 

VIII-390 Children of Harris and Clara (Puis) Hope. yiL268-b 
a Clara Louise, born December 13, 1902. 

Vin-391 Children of Ellis C. and Lucy (Hope) Hope. VIL268-C 
a Addison, born July 23, 1899. 
b Xelson, born February 14, 1901. 
c Hull, born November 5, 1905. 
d Elizabeth, born August 18, 1907. 
e Dorothy Lucille, born December 3, 1909, died Sep- 
tember 1, 1910. 

f Thomas, born February 1, 1913. 

yiII-392 Children of Alvin A. and Bessie (Abernathy) Boss. 

Vn-269-a 
a Henry Eli, born November 3, 1901. 
b Margaret E., born May 21, 1903. 

YlII-393 Children of David G. and Ella (Wilkinson) Seibert. 

VIL270-a 
a David, 
b Wilson, 
c Lillian, 
d Irene. 



Till'; I'.l 1,1. I''\M1I,Y 



2»7 



A'III-:;!I| (Miildivii (.r .luliii .1. ;iii.| Willi. • .1 lliirn.-,. I'AWh. 

\' 1 1 JT-J-li 

a I'lsllici-. Iioiii III |SII-_', inaiiii'ij Joliii lli-niy. 

'I'lic> livi' ill (l;iU l>'iili;i-, M isMDiin. 

\'1I !-;{!).') Cliildi-cii ol' I'liiiciN -I and Dora I'.. M^Laiii llarriH. 

Vll-L'72-c 

a (Marciicf i'iiickiicv, Ikh'm in l^'il 

h Mallei ()cla\ia, horn in |s:).). mairi'd Wrslrv I'.nUrrH. 

TlicN li\i- 111 ( >;ik l.'iH-.', \li- -..nil 




KEV. SAMl Kl. .lOSKl'll A M >i:i{Sl)N. D. 1>. 
VlitS-r 

VIlI-396 Children of llcrlx-i-t and Ida d. llaiTis^ 'riioiiipsoii. 

VlI-JTJ-d 

a liaby boy, horn and died in 1S!)0. 

b William I larris, born in l^'.'!. 

c Habv Liii'l. born and died in 1S11:{. 



'earl, horn 



ill \S\)4. 



e Glenn Ellis, born in ISD.'). 

f Lola Eai-I. born in ISDS. 

g Arcliie Collai'd. born in IS!)!), 

h Yiro'il Ora. born in liHU. 

i Ehnei' .\.. born in 1!H)-J. 

j Baby ^'ii'l. boi'n and died in l'.'ii4. 



288 THE BULL FAMILY 

VIII-397 Children of Robert K. and Amelia (Helmkamf ) Wilson. 

VII-274-a 
a Eobert, born in 1910. 
b Irene, born in 1912. 

VIII-398 Children of Edwin S. and Rita A. (Morton) 'Watson. 

VII-275-a 
a Edwin Samuel, Jr., born February 13, 1913, at Bir- 
mingham, Alabama. 

b John, born April 16, 1914, at Porter, Alabama, 
c William Thomas, born March 4, 1916, at Pinson, Ala- 
bama. 

d Arline, born September 21, 1917, at Pinson, Alabama. 

VIII-399 Children of John C. and Ella (Friend) Smith. 

VII-281-b 

a Emma Mae, born February 3, 1897, married October 
25, 1917, Dewey K. Haney. 

b Frank Woodrow, born December 3, 1903. 
c Martha Eliza, born July 31, 1905. 
d Ruth Ellen, born January 17, 1913. 

VIII-400 Children of John F. and Hattie F. (Woody) Vander- 
ferd. VII-283-C 

a Claude Woody, born July 11, 1895. 
b Clara Eleanor, born January 22, 1897. 
c Walter Frank, born February 3, 1901. 

VIII-401 Children of Andrew W. and Aletta (Upson) Snyder. 

VII-284-a 
a Ralph AVadsworth. born December 4, 1899. 
b Elizabeth, born July 11, 1914. 

VIII-402 Children of Jacob and Martha A. (Upson) Garber. 

VII-284-b 

a Vigo AA^ayne, born Alarch 13, 1898. 

b Mabel Virginia, born December 25, 1912. 

VIII-403 Children of Marion and Margaret E. (Strieby) Fenton. 

VII-285-a 

a Hiram E., born in 1887. 

b Homer F., born in 1889. 

c Edith M., born in 1892. 

d Myrtle M., born in 1894. 

Vin-404 Children of U. Grant and Nellie (Van Tassel) Strieby. 

VII-285-b 

a Ralph, born in 1896. 



■I'lll'] i;i 1,1. )• AAiii.v 289 

N'mi"") ( 'liildicM III' Scliii\ Irr ;iii(| Anii.i !•]. (Strii-liv) Woolfonl. 

\' 1 1 -jHrMi 

a Floyd ().. Ix.ni ill lS!i;!. 
I) ("hiihl.' !•;., hoiii 111 ls:)(i. 
(- Mildivd. 

Vlll-4()(i ChiMivii of ll.irwy K. ,iii,| C, Myrllr Stn. •!.>') 

lloowii. \'ll-:i.s.'j.<. 

a .Maiy 15., lioni in IS! IT. 

VIlI-4()7 Cliildivn of 1). \V. ;i,,d i;isir I, ij'.iirll, Tlionia.s. 

\llL'!llii 

a -It'iin. hoi'ii ill llll:>. 
I) -loycc, lioi'ii ill l!!].'). 

V11I-4IIS Childivii (if \Villi;iiii W. ;iiid .Miiirr\;i M, i|,.,rl<,.i Kor- 
mail. \'II--_".tL'-a 

a \'c]iiia Ma.', lioni -Inly lM;. lIMMi. 
1) Richard Dale, horn Scptcinh..!' Ki. 1!)()8. 

VIII-40!) Childiviiof Noah W. and Mli/.ah.'lli 1). > Wliitn Fidl.-r. 

\'ll-j:i:l-a 
a :\rary Eli.:al)r1h. lioni April IT). Ifn2. 
h Lewis D., horn -111110 5, lillM. 

VIII-410 Cliildivn of .lohii W. and .Irssic M. iFidh-n llin.j- 
baugh. V1I--_'!>:M. 

a Elsie Doi-is. born Octobrr .'>. lUlL'. 
b Georgia ]Mav, born Oetober 4. lUl'l. died O.-tolifi- ."). 
1913. 

Buriefl in SaU'in cenu'li'iy, AVilmol. Tiuliiinii. 

e Jessie Francis, born August 16, IHH. di.d .Vuirust 
19, 1914. 

Buried in .Salem cemetery, Wiln-ot. Iiuliana. 

d Jobii :\b>rlin. born July 9. 191(;. 

VIII-411 Children of Fdward L. and Rosa C. (O'Coiiii.-lli Star- 
ner. VIl-L'9tiJ. 

a 1. Morris JMigrne. born .Man-li ill). r.l(i.'>. 
'2. Rosalie Frnestine. born March 'M\ liM)."). 

VIII-412 Ciiildren of Charb-s R. and Maude M, Starncr' Holcii- 
baugh. \'l[--j:Mi-e 

a Ruth E.. born .lanuary l(i. IIH).'). 

b Lallah lionita, horn Aiiuust 1!». l!»10. 

VIII-413 (Jiildrcn of Hrncst .M. and Kdna .M. -Starncr^ Sholl. 

VI 1-1:9. ;-ti 

a Pcniia Elizabcfh. born ^lav 1, 191-J. 



290 



THE BULL FAMILY 



VIII-41i Children of Arthur and Josie E. (Moore) Yeager. 

VII-297-b 
a Florence Cora, born February 17, 1914. 
b Chester Arthur, born September 28, 1915. 

VIII-415 Children of Holland Y. and Chloa (Ferverba) Robison. 

YII-299-a 
a Robert Y., born December 14. 1912. 
b Earl F., born November 24, 1916. 




MATTHEW P. BULL 
V-.37-i 
(Page 52) 

YIII-416 Children of Peter E. and Delia F. (Willis) Kirk. 

YII-300-a 
a Xorah Priscilla, born August 6. 1895. 
b Raymond Eugene, born April 30, 1900. 

YIII-417 Children of Grant D. and Effie :\1. (Lehman) Y^illis. 

YII-300-b 
a Stanley Lehman, born November 11, 1909. 

YIIL418 Children of Dillivan F. and Emma M. (Page) AYillis. 

YII-303-a 
a Arthur John, born September 17. 1915. 

YIII-419 Children of AVilliam A. and Yerna Y. (Roush) Y'illis. 

YII-303-b 
a Clemence, born November 1, 1915. 



■I'lii': r,i 1,1. I' AMI I. Y 

Vlll-4-J() Childivii (,i' Ai-iliiii- A. ,iimI l.'iiili l; (Willi.H) Fiiirr. 

VII-:{():{..i 

ii l);iflcnc I']li/.;il)ctli. Ik.iii .liitir L':',. I'Mi; 

\'11I-1-1 ("hildnil (.r In.hrll (i. ;|||,| .\l;ih|;i iTrxi.lMi \Vlll|>. 

\'ll :{(i|.a 

;i Mildred M., lidni Aimust L'll. l!nil. 

h Lester Texido, liofll .M;il'eli L't;. I'Ml!). 

e Allllil ( lerl rude, liuiii All^lisl 1. I'.Ml'. 

cl \Villi;iiii Krederiek, horn |'"el)i'ii;iry :!, iKl'i. 



rjl 




(. VI IAIN ADDISON MAV l;( III I IJoi K 

r. S'. Army 

Vlll.il-ii 

(Pai:.- 1t;7> 

Vin-422 Chiklivii of Kny ;in<l Ci'ae,' (1. , Willis: Noll. X' I l-:;i)t;-a 

a AVillis. l)oni .Inly l'l'. IHU. 

VIII-Jr23 Cdiikli-eii of l^'orest W . jiiid I )ora ((iarlu-r) litTuhrisel. 

VlI-:{()T-a 

a (iraee Jniiel. Iioi'ii Noveiiilier "Jl. Tin"). 

Vlil-424 Cliiklreii of Ih'i-hiTt and Hleaiiora .M.Teditli AiuUt- 
son. \ll-:iOS-l) 

a Elizabeth \'ii'i:iiiia. l)oni Xo\eiiiliei- 12. II'IO. 

1) ]\rai'ti'ar('t I'lleanora. lioi'ii •laiiiiary iH, ll'l^!. 

c Babv, l)oni Maivh 1:;. IDlii. 



.292 THE BULL FAMILY 

VIII-425 Children of Harry and Lucille (Meredith) Barrick. 

VII-308-C 
a Barbara Jane, born December 26, 1913. 
b Robert Meredith, born December 4, 1915. 

VIII-426 Children of Richard and Grace (Hench) Locke. 

VII-310-a 
a Sarah Dorothy, born October 22, 1904. 
b John Robert, born March, 1906. 
c Edward, 
d Richard, 
e Donald, 
f Phillip. 

VIII-427 Children of Otis A. and Mary L. (Hench) Croghan. 

Vn-311-b 
a Virginia Ruth, born October 30, 1913. 
b Dorothy Marie, born February 6, 1915, died March 6, 
1917, at Savanna, Illinois. 

c Robert Hench, born November 26, 1916. 

VIII-428 Children of Jay L. and Rachel E. (Cable) Hench. 

VII-312-a 
a Katharine Elting, born ]\Iay 12, 1912. 
b Helen Bebb, born September 13, 1915. 

VIII-429 Children of Horace and Madeline N. (Meacham) 
Hench. VII-312-b 

a John David, born September 5, 1915. 

VIII-430 Children of John and Ruth H. (Hench) Cornell. 

VII-313-a 
a Jane Hench, born September 1, 1915. 
b Robert William, born August 11, 1917, at Leaf River, 
Ogle County, Illinois. 

VIII-431 Children of John G. and Alice M. (Hench) Waterman. 

VIL314-b 
a Infant, born and died November 20, 1909. 
b Onez May, born February 14, 1910. 
c Marion Alice, born April, 1914. 

VIII-432 Children of Leo and Grace N. (Hench) Morton. 

VII-317-a 
a Leona, born December 31, 1913, in Cherokee County, 
Iowa. 

VIII-433 Children of William and Hattie (Kosier) Stukey. 

VII-319-a 
a Louisa, born August 5, 1907. 
b Constance Belle, born August 2, 1914. 



'I'lll'; l'.ri,L I'WMII.V 

VIII-4:U Cliililivii (,r (i(.\riiii,i I;, ;,,hI M.irv (J. (Connor) M'- 
CI II IV.  VII.".; 

;i l)iiriii;i (I'rjicc, lioni SiptcmlMT "_'"_', I'HiI. 

VIII-4;::) Cliihlivn ,,r Willi.-nn S. im^l All).' !■: ' KaslMfirlit S.-i- 

'"" vli.:n7.H 

;i W'llliiiin W.. iMirn AiilmisI l'T. 1S!)7. 
\'lll-4;)ti Cliildrcii (if Thoin.is ;iii<| .M.iry |:|,iliv I.'dss. 

;! Tli(tlii;is. 
1) -lolili. 
(• ( icdi'llC 

Vrir-4.")7 Cliildtvii (.r Cli.-iflcs II. ;iii,l Lilli.-m l.. (Frost i Fn-n.-h. 

\'II :!n ;. 

;i Dorothy l.ouisc. horn l'"cli!-ii,ii'y Is, l:il.'. 

Vlll-4;kS Children of Di-. Khcii \V. .nid Illhn I'. (Corson, Whit.-. 

VIMUL'-a 

<■! dohii .1. Corson, hoi'ii iil WashiiiLilon. I). ( '. htTfiii- 
her S, l!)!)."). 

h llcnry l-'riiMHcy Coi-son, lioi'ii ,-it I*hihidrl|»hia. I'fiin- 
syl\aiiia. .Iiiiic 4. 11MI7. 

Vlll-4:):) Chihh-cn of Ivcinirlh S. and .\lic(> V. (CorsoiC Pattnn. 

VIl-iUL'-r 

a Kenneth Stcwai't. -li-., Ixnii in U'oiin', Ital\'. Au^'iist 
8. 1909. 

VIII-440 Childi'cn of .lohii .1 and |-:h'an..r ( 1. Vrakle) Corson. 

\'ri-:{42-.l 

a C;irolinc Houston, horn .March 4. I'.Ml. 
1) Klfaiior dfitiiKh'. horn .Mardi L'l'. 191:;. 

Viil-441 Chihlivn of Paul .M. and l'anh-i L. , CnrsoiC Man-li. 

\'ll ::cj-f 

a Alan llallinan. horn .May !!•. l!M»(i. 

b Paul Manu'S. -Jr., liorn Dt'cciMlicr IS. llt()7. 

(' Rebecca Fi-iedley, born February "Jti, llilo. 

d Louis Charbonnier, born Octoiiei- "_*'_'. IIMI. 

VIII-442 Children of Saniuel H. and Doroithv II ( or.soii  
Brookes. \11-:U-J-I» 

a Sauniel TxOLicrs Corso?i. hoiai l''(4>niar\ bJ. 1!>1."). jit 
Lansdowne. Pennsylvania. 

VlII-44o CliibhH'U of lieurv .\. and Alice tCill.-t K'ansoin. 

Vll-:i4«;-a 

a Alice Mor\-en. horn hecendier. 11MI9. 
b Ilalette Nott, hoi'ii Maw P'bi. 



i»3 



294 THE BULL FAMILY 

VIII-444 Children of William and Bertha (Gillet) Paterson. 

VII-346-b 
a Bertha, born November, 1909. 

VIII-445 Children of Morris and Jane H. (Gillet) Ketcham. 

VII-346-C 
a Morris, Jr., born May, 1906. 
b Dorothy, born December, 1908. 
c Gillet, born December, 1911. 

VIII-446 Children of Arthur P. and Charlotte M. (Gillet) Arde- 
naw. VII-346-d 

a Charlotte LeStrange, born January, 1908. 

b Frederick P., born December, 1910. 

c Natalie, born 1912. 

d Jeannette Milnor, born December, 1916. 

VIII-447 Children of Reginald and Mildred (Gillet) Sanford. 

YII-346-f 
a William ]\Iilnor, born September, 1916. 

VIII-448 Children of George S. and Eleanor (Willing) Patter- 
son. VII-347-a 
a Beatrice Willing, born April 15, 1906. 
b George Stuart, born May 10, 1909. 
c Arthur AVilling, born November 25, 1910. 

VIII-449 Children of Dr. Arthur and Jane C. (Sims) Newlin. 

VII-348-b 
a Nicholas, born January 20, 1908. 
b Jane Cujder, born March 16, 1910. 
c Grace Ledlie, born March 16, 1914. 

VIII-450 Children of Charles and Dorothy F. (Sims) Piatt. 

yiI-348-c 
a Charles IV, born June 13, 1905. 
b Dorothy Sims, born May 9, 1908. 
c Elizabeth Morris, born March 6, 1912. 

VIII-451 Children of Frederick and Emmeline M. (Sims) Ros- 
engarten. VII-348-d 

a Marion Sims, born September 21, 1913. 
b Frederick. 

VIII-452 Children of John C. and Helen (Robins) Sims. 

VII-348-f 
a Mary Routh, born August 18, 1914. 

VIII-453 Children of George and Marie J. (Patterson) Howe. 

VII-349-b 
a Helen, born May 28, 1908. 
b Marie, born January 3, 1914. 



'I'lll': i;i I.I. I'.wiii.Y 2jg 

* 

Vir[-4r)4 Cliildi-i'ii (if ('lijirli's Iv :inii .liiini.- l.ymi) I'atttTMon. 

VII ;,vj.« 

.•I K'litti, l.(H-ii .M,i\ I. I>'i::. 

I) l-^dwiird Si ii;ii't, lM)i-n .liil\ J!). I^!!.'). 
(■ ixu^cr Willijiins, li(ini August "j;?. iKiio 

Vin-4r)r) Cliildivn of W'.dtcr ,iiid \l;ii-v <;. I I'.iMiTsuii . WatkiiiH. 

VII-M.VJI) 
;i liilliaii .\iiiiclli, Immii AiiliiisI I'.i, Issil mai-riftl .Jaii- 
ii;n-y '2'2. l!tl;{. (icori^v Miles Siitlon ol' Nrw ^'..rk City, 

1) \V;dl('r I\cnii('lh. Iidrii .l,i iiii;i!\ L'".. ISI).'}. 

lie K'i'ii>IiiMlc(l ,'il ('ohiinlii^i ill r.il I 

C ]\r;n'.j(»i'y .Mice, lioni .liiiie. I'.M)!'. 

VIII-4r)(i Cliildi-fii of K'iclinrd W. .iiid .M;irv N. ( I'att.-rson) 
Hale. VII-:?.-:M. 

a IJicliai'd Waldcii. Ix.ni .\u^iist :>, 1IM)!l. 

VIII-4r)7 Childrfii of Harris \l. and i:i.;iii..i- S I'aft.Tson) 

Childs. Vll-:^-):^.• 

a Edwai-d Pattcrsoii, liorii O.-IoImt 1'_'. I'int, ,it Zanzi- 
bar, East Africa. 

He is iiinv livin;;' in .\V\v Vcirk City. 

VIII-4r)8 Cliildroti of Mvuvy S. and Cliarlcttr W Hopkins^ 
Patterson. \ll-:i:):;-d 

a Charlotte Ilojikins, Imrii \o\riid>cr 1"^, l!»ln. 
b Edwai-d Kitzuci'ald. I'Mi'ii .\ii-iist iM. I'')!', at Ear 
Rockaway, New Vci'U. dir.l .\ii-iisi -Jii. lul-J. 

c TTeni-y Stiiarl, dr.. horn .Maivli :;l, l!>lii. dinl — 

VIII-459 Children of Lincoln and .M;d>rl W. i Smith ) Cn)m\v.4l. 

vil-:ir)S-a 

a. Lewis, boi-n in Xe^\• York \o\cnd)cr •">. 1S!)«;. 

b Eleanor. l>orn in New -Iciscx- .Inly :!!•. 1^!'^. 

e ]\[ar<:ai'cl. Ihm'ii in New \ nrk .]\\\y 11, l!"rj 

d Elizabeth, horn in New \ ovk Xovemlier •_'•!. l!M).'>. 

VIII-460 Children of dames Widiaiu and Paula iKroii.soni 
Cromwell. VlI-358-h 

a K. Hronson, born December .'>, lilO."). 
b Marv Stuart, born Auirust -JO. l!i<>S. 



296 THE BULL FAMILY 



Ninth Generation 

IX-1 Children of Ralph R. and Ella J. (Gibbons) Gurley. 

Vlll-l-b 
a Florence Powell. 

IX-2 Children of James S. and Lenore R. (Isenberg) Woods. 

VIII-3-b 
a Joseph Blair, born October 31, 1898, at Huntingdon, 
Pennsylvania. 

IX-3 Children of Warren and Mary D. (Wilson) Switzler. 

VIII-4-b 
a Thomas Wilson, born May 2, 1884, married Novem- 
ber 14, 1915, Marie Vanderber, born in Vienna. Austria, 
April 3, 1891. 

They live in San Francisco, California. 

b Robinson Meredith, born November 27, 1885. 

c Alice Royal, born November 19, 1886, married June 
1, 1916, John Daniel Lynn, son of John Daniel Lynn and 
Mary E. (Selsan) Lynn, born November 24, 1880. 

IX-4 Children of Colonel Daniel H. and Henrietta (AA^ilson) 
Boughton. VIII-4-C 

a George Wilson, born September 11, 1888, married De- 
cember, 1911, Regina Burns of Washington. D. C, who was 
born in 1892, and died there June 24, 1915.. X-] 

He lives in California. 

IX-5 Children of Alfred T. and Elizabeth C. (Rittenhouse) 
Clifton. yiII-5-c 

a Alfred Theodore, born at San Francisco, California, 
April 17, 1906. 

b Elizabeth Rittenhouse, born at Fort Omaha, Ne- 
braska, July 15, 1910. 

IX-6 Children of Basil N. and Marie L. (Tucker) Rittenhouse. 

VIIL5-d 
a Basil Norris, born at Fort Riley, Kansas, June 18, 
1905. 

b Elizabeth Beverly, born at Fort Ethan Allen, Ver- 
mont, December 10, 1907. 

IX-7 Children of Samuel and Mary C. (Cissel) Berry. VIII-6-a 

a Helen Hall, born June 11, 1895. 

b Richard Cissel, born February 18, 1898. 

c Dorothy Barnard, born April 25, 1902. 

d Samuel J., born November 21, 1907. 



Till': 111 1,1, FAMILY ^t: 

IX-8 Cliildivii ol' .l.iiiHS ('. :iimI I'.Mir I). (CiHHi'l; Kril...'/ 

Vfll 

.'I Nciin'V l» 1 1 IciiIkmisc. liurii ill \'ru ^'ll|•K Sij.t.' 

11, i!»n. 

li .I.IIIHS ('r.lllc. Ill, In. Ill III Ni'W Voi-k. .\|;iy ]\, li»|.'». 

l.\'-|) ('hildrcii dl' W'iili.'iiii I'. ,-iiiil ( 'iriiiriii nil- ( ( 'i,s,scl ) .Mackm- 

Zi.'. \'lll>i.| 

a Si(|iii>\- S;i\iT, Imiiii ,iI h",li 'alirl Ii, NfU .It-r.si-v, .linn- I' 
1 !)()!'. 

I) ( 'lenient iiif liitleiilioiise, Ixiiii at l'lli/.al)ftli. .\rw .Irr- 
sey, April :!(i, liKXi. 

IX-10 Cliildieii (.r Fiv.leriek I', and Mar-aivt S. (Cisscl) Kull.T. 

\'ll! t. . 

a Katliei'iiie Uaniaril, lidrii -lannarx' !•, lims. 
1) KMchai'd Kredeiiel<. hoin Aimnst •_>:{. l!l(»!). 

IX-11 C'liildiH'U of Joliii A. and (irai-e i Wood > ('is,sel. \' I II >'< <^ 

a (Jracc Wood, horn Septeinlier in, IDIO. 
1) -loliii Atkinson, . 1 1'., Iioni .May 4. IIM"). 

IX-12 Children of Delozier -J. and Marv i Dalton ; K'it teiiliuii.se, 

VllI-7-a 

a Louise Azuseiia, hoi'ii OetoluT 11, 1!hi7. 
h .lames Dalfon, lioni .\imiist :l. l!Mill. 

IX-13 Children of Dr. ("harh's (i. and Liieia .M. > Kitteiihoiisf) 
Shoemaker. \'III-S-a 

a Charles (iardiier. -Jr.. horn at W'ashin^Onn, 1). I .. FvU- 
ruaiy 2, IHIO. 

b Franeis Dod^'e, horn at WashiiiLititn. |). ('. her, in 
ber 2(i. IHI:?. 

e J^ueia JMttenhouse, horn .March 22. ll'l.'). 

IX-14 Childr(Mi of Karl 1). and l>essie (Thomas' K'ittenlio-;^: 

\' 111 - 
a Dorothy (iarrison, hoin at Wilkeshai-i-e. I'eim.sylvania. 
April 1, 191G. 

IX-15 Children of Charles L. and S.nali Iv K'itteiihous.o Sn.-ll 

VIIl-!».a 
a Eli.ahetli h'itteiiliouse, horn at WashiiiLTtoM. |) «'. 
July 16. 1!)07. 

h Aldeii Ivlwards. horn at Washiii.u'toii. D. ('.. Fehriiary 
17, 1909, 

c Bullock I'ierrepont. horn at Washinirtoii. h. «' 
August i;^. 1911. 

IX-16 Children of Waldi. W. and Mal'cl K. ( Swartz ' Hull. 

\1II-10-1. 

a -lohii IJitlenliouse. horn .Vuiiust 11, 1904, 



298 THE BULL FAMILY 

IX-17 Children of Roland and Emily A. (Hull) Thompson. 

VIII-11-a 
a Elizabeth Hull, horn March 14, 1906. 
b Nathaniel Roland, born November 25, 1907. 
c Hannah Cornelia, born May 10, 1909. 

IX-18 Children of Thomas and Ella A. (Augur) Hyde, Jr. 

VIII-12-a 
a Thomas, III, born February 26. 1894. died June 30, 
1894. 

IX-19 Children of Barry and Emily R. (Hyde) Bulkley. 

VIII-12-b 
a Barry, Jr.. born November 5, 1891. 

His name was changed, July, 1901, to Thomas Hyde IV. 

IX-20 Children of William and Caroline C. (Rittenhouse) Inglis. 

VIII-14-a 
a David Rittenhouse. 
b Caroline, 
c William. 

IX-21 Children of Henry L. and Anne C. (Cochran) Ritten- 
house. YIII-14-C 

a Anne Clay, born February 22, 1911. 

b Henry Lockwood, Jr., born December 31, 1912. 

c Gertrude Louise, born September 7, 1914. 

IX-22 Children of Douglas N. and Ethel L. (Lambie) Wilson. 

VIII-17-C 
a Helen Frances, born July 29, 1913. 
b Douglas Norman, born July 19, 1915. 

IX-23 Children of Franz J. and Mary W. (Nairn) Heiberger. 

VIII-22-a 

a Elizabeth Flora, born March 7, 1880. married Sep- 
tember 3, 1903, George Baker AVagner X-2 

b Franz John, Jr., born October 11, 1882. 

c Addie. born January 21, 1885, died June 5. 1885. 

d Fanny, born August 22. 1886, married January 23, 
' 1907, George Carhart Ross X-3 

e Dorothy Nairn, born Alay 9, 1891. 

f Clarence, born August 5. 1893. died same day. 

IX-24 Children of Thomas S. and Sallie L. (Garretson) Nairn. 

YIII-22-e 
a Thomas Gilbert, born April 14, 1885. 
b Hattie Louise, born August 6, 1887. 



'nil'; lU 1,1, K.\MII,Y 2^0 

IX-LT) ('liildrrii (if .\l|iliriis II ;iii<l llv.i !•; (aliilli Noiiitw. 

VIII J ;f. 

a |)()l(»l'rs l"'l;ilic(s, hoiii .\o\ cirilici- (i. 1!)().S. 

I) I )(ir()l li V, lidiii .LiiMiary :;. 1 !i I:',. 

lX-2ti Childnii of ('larnicf 1). ami I'lli/.alji-lli (iJoicf; Nour-.' 

VIII J. 
a ( 'la iciicc. lidi'ii I )rcciiil)fi' 11, lltdl . 
I) ( 'atlici'iii.', hoi-ii .\pril L'T. 1!MM. 
(• IMiilip ikittciilioiisc. lidiii .\(i\riiiliri' Ifi. I'liit; 

IX-'27 Cliildi'di of .It'ssc S. and lldilii II i.Noiirsei .M \ • 

VIM J ; .1 

a ( 'liai-lottf Sidwi'll. lioni da iiiiji r\- 1 1, I'lnl 
I) I la i-ric1 Noil I'sc. hoiai d ii iir I, I 'M 1 1. 

TX-28 (dnldiTii of doliii Iv and .Mar.x' A. < Xoui'sr M\-i'Cs 

' \lll J.;.! 
a Frances Blackmail, lioni dul\' 17. 1IH>7. 
b 1. John Kd^ar. hoiai .Maivh 2i>. HMd. 

2. Mary Klinor. hoi'ii .Mar(di 20, liiKi. 
e , James KicJiard, horn Jainiary 22. 11)14. 

lX-2!) Children of danics X. and .\iin.' I,. .MrCiilIouLdi > I'.Mn-li- 
field. \'lll24-a 

a Archer .McCulIouuli. hoi-n at ( "Icai'tifld. I'l-nnsyl- 
vania, lSeptenil)cr I'-i, 1887. died at Koanokc. \'ii-uiiiia. No- 
vember 27, 1894. 

h Rnssell Penrose, l)orn at ( 'Icarticld, I't'im.sylvania, 
April 17, 1890, married June 2.'), 191:!. Vinla KlizalM'tli 
]McEldowney, who was horn January 22. 1892 X' I 

IX-30 Children of James X. and .\nnie M. (StrinjrtTi Hun-liti.'l.l. 

\'lll 21 a 
a John Edward, horn Fel)rnary 22, limi. 

IX-31 Children of Arthur (i. and Sarah 11. Xourse) W.-Ilxm. 

VI 1 1-2'. a 
a Harvey Thomas, born in S.>oul. Korea. .May 17, 1:mi:;. 
b lienrv (iarner, born in Sroul. Kore.i, Sri>teiiil)«'r 2S. 
1904. 

c Barbara, born in Seoul, Koi-ea. April 4. lIMiti. 

d ]Marv Kleanoi-, born in Seoul, Korea, September 7. 

1907. 

e Charles Pomeroy, born in Seoul. Korea. 1> Miiber 7. 

1909. 

f Alice Kittenhouse. born in .\tiehonLr. Koi-e.i. M.iy '^'V 
1912, died February 9, 1!)14. 



300 THE BULL FAMILY 

IX-32 Children of Joseph P. and Minnie (Sylvester) Nonrse. 

VIII-25-b 
a Robert Sylvester, born October 9, 1902. 
b Barbara Elizabeth, born January 1, 1905. 
c Josephine Sylvia, born November 9, 1909. 

IX-33 Children of James R. and Clara M. (Crawford) Nourse. 

YIII-25-C 
a James Crawford, born December 1, 1906. 

IX-34 Children of Judge John T. and Ruth (Hoppin) Nourse. 

VIII-25-d 
a John Lincoln, born August 30, 1909. 
b Elizabeth, born May 22. 1911. 

IX-35 Children of Bayard E. and Carolyn (Gerald) Nourse. 

VIII-25-e 
a Richard Gerald, born September 8, 1910. 

IX-36 Children of Cornelius K. and ]\Iary B. (]\IcDaniels) Strib- 
liug. ^ yiII-27J.i 

a Mary Bell, born November 25, 1887. 
b Helen Maxwell, born February 23. 1890., 
c Cornelius, born October 12, 1891. 

Is in the Department of Comrrerce, Washington, D. C. 

d John Nourse, born July 13, 1897. 

IX-37 Children of William Henry and Louise P. (Stribling) 
Creswell. VIII-27-c 

a Emma Nourse. 
b William Henry. 

IX-38 Children of Benjamin F. W. and Esther D. (Brown) 
Winans. VIII-28-a 

a Esther Mabel, born :\Iarch 22, 1881. 
b Ralph Franklin, born October 21, 1882. 
c Anna Stansbury, born July 7, 1884. 

IX-39 Children of William M. and Florence M. (Heiberger) 
Steuart. VIII-29-a 

a AVilliam, born November 22, 1890, died July 27, 1898. 
b Alexander B., born July 23. 1900, died in infancy. 

IX-40 Children of Judge John M. and Alice N. (Steuart) KiL 

lifts. VIII-29-b 

a Alice Milton, born March 28. 1888, at Bryan, Ohio, 

married August 7, 1911, Harry Waldo Gardner of Bryan, 

Ohio 

They live at Bryan, Ohio. 

b Edith Steuart, born December 4, 1891. at Bryan, 
Ohio, married June 24, 1915, at Toledo, Ohio, Dr. Howard 
Lee Smallman of Ellicotville, New York. 



'I'lll': I!I LI, I'AMII.Y 
IX-41 ('hildl-cll ol' .\lr\;ilM|,T S. ;in.| |,|||(|;i lloj^U.-; .SU-llai't. 

Vlll-2'J.,' 

ii .M;i I'.iniy, Ih.i'ii A |pi-iI 1 .">, l,s!»l , 

li I'liiiily N<iiiisr, lioiii .liiiir 1:1, 1S!);5. 

(' lj|l(l;i l']li/.;il)rl h. ImiMi I )rrr|||l><T 1:;, lS'l|. 

IX-4:^ ChildiTii of ( iiiN S. ,iih| hviM- \:<>rk) Mcloy. \'lll-.;w-,- 

;i <lll.\' Stjlliliv, .1 r , liorii ;it l.oiiyvirw, rritiri- < i<>orfCo 

( 'oiiiitN'. ,\l;iryl;iii(|. Sr| ilrmli.T I, l!)();{. 

I) A lc\;iii(lcr Sti'iijirl. honi ;il I .oii^vifu . I'l-inrc (irorf^f 

('(Ullitv. .M;if\l;iii(|. Mjii-cIi TJ. l!H)!). 



SOI 




COLONEL HENRY TILGllMAN' lU l.L 
U. S. Army 

viT-i:;si) 

Sonior in r:ink nf dirccl line in prfscnl war 
(Piige 1(J!I) 

IX-43 Children of llimli 1). and .Maiv (). i ( 'iiiiiiiiiu'lianO Mrlov. 

\Ill-:i()"-f 

a AVilliaiii Cai'cv. hoi-ii at Scatllc. Wasliiiiirtoii. ()i-tol»»'r 
^■2. V.nr.]. 

1) llu<:li l>fiaii. .If., liorii at WasliiiiirtDii, D. ('.. .\(>v«'iii- 
ber -.], l!)l;;. 



IX-44: Cliildri'ii of Joliii F. and I-]ditli I). iIlas.sK'fi ('apron. 

vm M.i 

a Charles Ilassler. horn -liilv :;ii. i:Mii). 



302 THE BULL FAMILY 

IX-45 Children of Major Asa F. and Clarissa B. (Hassler) Fisk. 

VIII-34-e 
a Son, born in 1906, died in infancy, 
b Asa Francis, born July 28, 1911. 
c Clarissa Bruce, born ]March 19, 1913. 

IX-46 Children of y\\ J. and Anita R. (Newcomb) McGee. 

VIII-35-a 

a Klotho. born July 10. 1884, married October 12, 

1912, David Madison AA^illis of San Francisco, California, 

son of Ambrose ]Madison and Ella ]\Iaud (Bayley) Willis, 

born August 21, 1886 ._. .' X-6 

Thev live in San Francisco, California. 

b Donald, born September 10. 1895, died June 25, 1896. 
c Eric, born February 11, 1902. 

His name was changed to Eric McGee Kewcomb, so that he might bear 
the surname of his illustrious grandfather. 

IX-IT Children of Francis A. and Emily K. (Newcomb) Wilson. 

VIII-35-C 
a IMarjorie Xewcomb, born February 28, 1892. 
b ]\lildred X.. born November 23, 1894, married in 
Washington, D. C, June 3, 1918, Daniel Xoce. 

Captain Daniel Xoce, U. S. Engineers, graduated at West Point Military 
Academy in 1917. His parents were born in Genoa, Italy, and married in San 
Eranciseo, California. He is now in France. 

c Hildegard. born September 2, 1904. 

d Hertha Siemens, born August 13, 1906. 

e Mary Hassler, born March 3. 1910. 

f Simon Xewcomb, born October 17, 1914. 

IX-48 Children of Edward B. and A. Josepha (Newcomb) Whit- 
ney. VIII-35-d 
a Sylvia, born April 29, 1898, died June 3, 1898. 
b William Dwight, born August 26, 1899. 

Enlisted in the Canadian Aviation Service in 1918. 

c Caroline, born June 25, 1901. 

d Simon Xewcomb. born April 5, 1903. 

e Roger Sherman, born June 19, 1905. 

f Hassler, born March 23. 1907. 

g Elizabeth Baldwin, born ]\Iarch 5, 1911. 

IX-49 Children of Charles F. and Bertha (Hunziker) Hassler. 

VIII-37-a 
a Anna Elizabeth, born July 14. 1908. 

IX-50 Children of Arthur E. and Anna B. (Cullom) Hassler. 

VIII-37-b 
a Evelyn, born February 6, 1911. 



'I'lll'. Ill 1,1. l''.\.MIhY noj 

IX-T)! ( 'hililiTii (iT I [ildii 1). mill Alir,- Windsor) Noi»r«»i', 

VIII .'l-^li 

;i l»cl)(cc;i h.irliy, Imiii .\ii^,'iist '22. l!M)J. 
li Alice ( 'lllTh', liofll .1 lll>- •_'(;, ]')ll>. 

IX-f)!* ('hildicii (if W. .\liin-is ;iiiil M.iry II *.\<»Mts- llaiii"-. 

VIII-Jo-c 

ii ('h.-irlcs L.iiiiTiicc, Ik. Ill .\l;irc|i !i. \'.H)H. 

rX-.");^ ( 'hildl-cli (if I 'liili|i ;i III! |i|;i l>',ic||c| I M linr.-istiT I \'}lll Siflc- 

l«i-. VI II. :{?).<• 

ii .M;ii-y U'it Iciihoiisr, Ihum A|iril I, WHV.i. 

1) KIsic Iloliiirs, iioiii .l.imi.ii'y l'4. 11M).">. 

u IhiiTict M('( I iTuoi', liofii Aniriist \. IDOT. 

(1 AViiiil'ricd Siinpson. horn .liiiiii;ir.\- HI. IKlO, 

IX-.l-J- ( 'liiidi'cii ol' ll;ii'i-y S. ;iiid ll;irrirt II .M imc;isf ri- I'.rown. 

Vill.:{:»-,1 
a George Soiit hwfll, lioni .\ii'^iist in, 1IH)7. 
1) "Raclicl Xoiii'sc. Ix.ni .\pi-il \. iDii'.i, 

IX-5o Childrt'ii ol' \)v. (icor'/c W. .iiid .\iiii;i I). (TiinitT) ('art»'r. 

viii-4«;-») 

a Anna Maury. 

b Virginia. 

c William. 

(1 Lucy Coatcswoi'tli. 

e Ik'ssie Bird. 

IX-56 CMiildren of Smith D. and Julia fCnoU) Turn.-r. \'lll-4ti-c 

a Turner. 

IX-57 ("hildren of llcnrv A. and Krila \. (Ocisoni Turiu'r. 

V!ll-4»i-(l 
a Eli.'.abeth. 
b Anna Bird. 
c Lucy Coateswortli. 

IX-58 Children of George \V. and Corn, lia 11. Tui-n.-n Adams. 

Vl!l-4ti-e 
a Ro])erta, 
1) Lucy Webb, 
c George, 
d Nanny Davison. 

IX-59 Children of IMiili]) W, and Anna W. Danish Turn.'r. 

viii-4«;-f 

a Anna Wallacf. lioi'ii in l!'''!. 

IX-6n diildrcn of T. Christian and Daisy iS,-hit>.T' Hak.>r. 

VIII-4S-a 
a ^Nlaurv Valentine, born in 1!»04. 



304 THE BULL FAMILY 

IX-61 Children of Charles A. and Katherine S. (Baker) Stuart. 

VIII-48-h 
a Katheryne Page, born in June, 1904. 

IX-62 Children of James M. and Mary A. (Streepy) Davison. 

VIII-50-a 
a James Marshall, Jr., born April 15, 1904. 

IX-63 Children of John W. and Eleanor C. (Pedigo) Edwards. 

VIII-51-a 
a Anne Eleanor, born January 7, 1881, married June 
29, 1898, Herbert Martin Grandon._ _ _ X-7 

IX-64 Children of AValker S. and Maria L. (Wright) Cooley. 

VIII-53-a 

a Anna Mary, born in 1880, married McDonald. 

b Jaquelin Smith, born in 1883. 
c Louisa Fontaine, born in 1886. 
d James H., born in 1891. 
e Davis Hannon, born in 1894. 

IX-65 Children of George B. and Ettie (Center) Wright. 

VIII-53-b 
a Nora, born in 1881. 
b Edgar, born in 1883. 
e Charles Elliott, born in 1886. 
d Maud, born in 1888. 
e Leonard, born in 1890. 
f Mattie Steele, born in 1894. 
g Howard Bragg, born in 1896. 

IX-66 Children of James E. and Nan C. (Powell) Combs. 

VIII-54-a 
a Monroe Powell. 

IX-67 Children of AA^illiam E. and Kate L. (Powell) Hadley. 

VIII-54-b 
a Louise, 
b Powell. 

IX-68 Children of Joseph H. and Mary AV. (Davis) Replo. 

vni-56-f 

a Joseph Alexander, born June 25, 1903. 
IX-69 Children of John J. and Iva B. (Persot) Evans. VIII-64-b 

a Marie Anais, born November 25, 1890, died April 15, 
1894. 

b Richard George, born November 3, 1894. 

IX-70 Children of Richard M. and Kate T. (Marks) Evans. 

VIIL64-C 
a Anais Cornelia, born October 22, 1889. 



Till': I ; I I.I, !■" \\III,V 

IX-71 ( 'liildicii of l>ii-li,ii(| Al . ,111(1 I'inlii ('. ij II .-,1 i ri..i| , i.,.iri<i. 

\III ..I •• 

;i .M;iri;i A iiiMiiici;il;i, Ikum .M.iitIi '2i}, 1H!»I 

ll A I llcll.l is .M.lllr l''i;i llCdis, linrii ( )r|((licr LIT, l-^'»7. 

W-IJ. Cliildi-cii ,)[ \)v. .l.iiiKs i;. ;in,| Al;, ry S. (KviUis) Cli'mnriM. 

VII t.» .' 

;i Ikiisscll M.ii'sli.ill. Iioni I )iM-ciiilpr|- L'L', 1 m^s, ,||,..| .Ian- 
uary 1. ISSH. 

lX-7."5 ( Miildfcii (>r .loscpli A. ;iimI I,,iiii';i r. I'lviiiisi I'.nfiiiari, 

VIII (;4-u 

;i Sai-Jili Alarif, Ixini Alan-li L'L'. l>:i> ili.il .Inn.- l:{ 
ISfM). 

1) Aiii;'iist us, l)()ni 1 )('cciiilic|- •_', ]si)|l. 

(' .loscph, honi March L'L', lIMll. 

d iMary Moorchoiisc, horn I )(i-riiihcr Ll 1. l'i(f_'. 

lX-74 riiildrcii of Joel AV. and Isahd .M . i|"",\aiisi ( 'ocliraii. 

\-iii-t;.-,.a 

a Isabel ("luMuhcrlain, horn .liil_\ l!1, llin:;. 

IX-T.") Cliildrcn of Dracos A. and AFarx Iv (Iviitln l)irinfr\-. 

\'!ilt;7-a 

a Eli/.ahclli, hoiai .laiiiiar\- .'10. Iss4. 

b Caroline, born Dcccmlicr 7. ISS.'), died Si'|.trmb«'r 28. 
1886. 

c Dracos. 
d Celeste. 

TX-7() Cliildreu of Tjewis A. and ( ifncvicNf i Uutli > \'ra/if. 

vm t;7-r 

a Malliihb' Miller, horn Al.-iivli !i. iSS!). 

b Frederiek Ediiar. i)()iai Alar.h Iti. 1S!MI. 

c Louis Ai'eliibald, born AuliusI li, l^!'!'. 

d Genevieve Jvutli. boiai .lul\ !i. ]>!••_'. 

e 1. p]noeh F'enwiel^. bom .Maidi 1. 1 ^Dd. 
2. Elliott Anlhon.w horn Alardi 1. ]<'Mk 

f Biebard Kai-le. horn Septeiidier 1::. IIHIJ. 

IX-77 Children of .Mills and .liilia Iv lAlaiitom Miller. 

\!!I-<;!)-a 
a Margaret Alai-y. born (^et(^ber :5, l!»()2. 

IX-78 Children of Tlu.nias T. and Bessie S. (Lee) Famitleroy. 

vm-71-i) 

a 1. I^essie Lee. born Si'ptiMubei- .'i. 1^1'>. 

2. .lanet liaidvin, horn Septeinl)er .i. 18J)8. 
b Mar^ai'et <iuio!i. horn .ImI\ 14, IMOL 



.10A 



306 THE- BULL FAMILY 

IX-79 Children of Dr. Robert R. and Ann M. (Fauntleroy) Ball. 

VIII-71-C 
a Son. 
b Son. 

IX-80 Children of Arthur M. and Agnes V. (Scarborough) 
Knight. VIII-99-b 

a Arthur Merrill, III, born September 20, 1914. 
b Agnes Virginia, born December 14, 1915. 
c Henry Scarborough, born September 21, 1917. 

IX-81 Children of Jacob F. and Ida E. (Boger) Fryer. 

VIII-119-a 
a Effie Marie, born October 10, 1878, married Richard 
J. Sheridan of New York City. 

b Mabel Estelle, born August 5, 1880, married George 
K. Boger of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

c Jamar Ferdinan, born September 26, 1892. 

He is unmarried and lives at Bally, Berks County, Pennsylvania. 

IX-82 Children of Jacob II. and Jennie (Mungen) Boger. 

VIII-119-b 

a Mary Corrine, born at Findlay, Ohio, January 15, 

1888, married May 22, 1913, Lieutenant Harry William 

Stark, Coast Artillery Corps, U. S. Army, who was born at 

Wooster, Ohio, October 28, 1887 - X-8 

He vi'as appointed to the U. S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland, in 
1907, and graduated in .June, 1911. He resigned from the Navy, August .SI, 
1912, and was commissioned Second Lieutenant in the Coast Artillery Corps, 
U. S. Army. Promoted to First Lieutenant, Captain and Major Adjutant, 
Port Thomas, Kentucky. 

IX-83 Children of Edward L. and Anna M. (Roop) Boger. 

VIII-119-g 
a Hermon Batterson, born at Germantown, Philadel- 
phia, Pennsylvania, January 16, 1906. 

IX-84 Children of Frank E. and Sophia E. (Shaw) Buxton. 

VIII-122-a 
a Elliott Shaw, born :\Iarch. 1908. 
b Sophia Shaw, born May, 1909. 
c Lucille, born October, 1910. 
d Eugenia, born April, 1913. 

IX-85 Children of Harry B. and Elizabeth N. (Fink) Snaman. 

VIII-125-b 
a Elizabeth Jane, born April 7. 1896. 
b Catherine Wise, born November 9, 1907. 

IX-86 Children of George A. and Blanche E. (McQuistion) 
Zillafro. Vin-126-b 

a Marian E., born March 23, 1908. 
b Jack A., born November 4, 1911. 



'I'lIK I'.l 1,1, I'AMII.V 3q; 

1X-S7 ( 'liildrcii ol' Iv W, .iiiil .Iciinii' I'., .\lr(^iiistion ) hUss 

VllllJi. . 

ii ,\ll)crl .\iistiii. horn .M.iy L'ti, lHH;. 

IX-88 ( 'llil(ll-cll (if ('h.iilcs (i, iiiid NiMiiiii I |);i\is ll;iil|.- 

\lll I ;■' ., 
;i llclcn ( ';irt w i'i!4hl , imni -I ;i iiii;i i-y >, l!tlL'. 

TX"-S() ('liildrcii of W'illiiini ( '. ;iii<| (»r|.h;i T. i ( 'nrli r.'i n l'.i-rr\. 

\ III 1 :il-» 

;i -hiiiics Scoll, lioni in Kiinsjis ('it\. I\iiiis;i> .l;inii;ir\' 
IS, l!)!.'). 

IX-!)(I Cliildrcii of -loliii A. ;iiid Sns.in A. Hicslrfi ( 'liMirilMTs. 

\lll I:;_M. 
ji l^t'fi'v iMiiZTMc, liorn Api'il "JS, I'MT. 

IX-91 (Miildi-cM of Uidpli ;iiid l'r;irl .M . I ■-.i irj;«'tt ) l{rt.-lilrs>. 

VIII ] ;'i . 

;i -loliu Fr.-inkliii, l)oni .May 11, iDlii. 

lX-;)2 C'lnldnMi of Warrcii M. and ITa/.c] fSiiiilln Tavlor. 

VI 111. '.la 

a .Alclvillc Siuilh. lioni NdxcmlxT •_•_:, l!ilL'. 

IX-93 Childn-ii ol'Oscar li. and -lulia W .\. ('I'avlor' Klin.'. 

\'lll l.'.l 1. 
a Elizahctli. born Fc])rnary 1, lOOC. 
b (Jcoruc Bernard, born Scplcnilicr, IDIIS. 
c :\Iadeiin(' Taylor, boi-n .Inn.' l:!. l!»l(l. 
d .Ian.'. boiMi .Maivh I'M. lim. 
e -lolui Williams, boi'n Anunst. liH^^ 
f Oscar iJcrtrand. boi'ii .Innc, li)l."). 

IX-!)4 CMiildi'cn of .lolm X. atid-lidia M. M 'iininiin'.:s 'r,i\|or. 

\l II l.'.l -.• 
a Virginia l"]li/.al).'11i. Iiorn -lannai-y ."). lliln. 

IX-Ofi Cbildron of Kal]»b I), and .Mai'-ar.'t A. iTavlor^ K'o-.'.'tN. 

Vlll-l.'.l-d 
a INFary Frances, born .Inn.'. IIH 1. 

IX-<JG Cbiklrcn of Frank ('. and lUaiudu' i{. /I'avlor K..st..r. 

\'I11 l.'.l-o 
a Lucia Rebecca, born .Maivli L'H. l!Mli. 

IX-97 Children of Thomas S. an. I .M,ii\ 11. i Schr..pi)) I^eoser. 

VIIl-l.'.T -a 
a Thomas Smith, born .inly 1^7. lS!t;?. 
b John, born -lainiary 14. IS!*."). 

c Ruth Sehr.>|ii'. born .\uirust 17. 18!)7, tlietl Deeeniher 
21, 1898. 



308 THE BULL FAMILY 

IX-98 Children of Howard L. and Elizabeth P. (Clapp) I\[c- 
Ilvaine. VIII-159-a 

a Sidney Leoser, born October 2, 1896. 

IX-99 Children of John J. and Marv (Mcllvaine) Kntz. 

VIII-159-b 
a Sidney Mcllvaine, born January 1, 1899. 

IX-100 Children of Edward D. and Marv E. (Bnchter) Filbert. 

VIII-161-a 
a Horace Darling, born Ang-nst 2, 1904. 

IX-101 Children of Griswold and Ruth T. (Smedlev) Wheeler. 

' VIII-162-a 
a Ruth, born November ■!, 1911. 
b Elsie, born February 7, 1916. 

IX-102 Children of Maris :\lcC. and Sallie L. (Morrison) Bailev. 

VIII-175-a 
a Helen Morrison, born Februarj'- 14, 1897. 
b John Morrison, born June 14, 1901. 

IX-103 Children of Dr. Joseph C. and Laura T. (Clingan) 
Brick. VIII-176-a 

Three daughters. 

IX-104 Children of Rev. AVilliam and Clementine (Clina'an) 
Kemper. VIII-176-c 

One child. 

IX-105 Children of Rev. Charles and Ann H. (Clingan) Dubell. 

Vni-176-d 
a Rosalind, 
b Owen Brooke. 

lX-106 Children of Boyd U. and Helen J. (Ferree) White. 

VIII-180-a 
a ]\lildred Ferree, born at Perryville, Maryland, 
August 3, 1914. 

IX-107 Children of Richard H. M. aud Rosalind W. (Smith) 
Robinson. Vni-185-a 

a Rosalind, born September 21, 1902. 

IX-108 Children of AVilliam W. and Marv R. (Coates) Easter- 
day. VIII-199-C 
a William AVilon II. born February 29. 1916. 

IX-109 Children of Fisher H. and Eleanor (Doud) Leisenring. 

VIII-214-a 
a Hazard Doud, born January 30, 1907. 
b Eleanor Louise, born December 12, 1909. 
c Alary, born August 1, 1911. 



TIIK lil LI. I'WIII.Y 

IX-IKI ('hildrcn i<\' W'illiiiin I). .hkI Auii-- !•'. iDiiricHli) Dit- 
iii-cr. \'I|[ M , 

•■I Willi.iiii hiiiiciiii, Jr.. horn at < 'licHl»'rt<»\v ii. .\l,ii. 

land, Alai-rli l' 1 . lilKI. 

1X1 11 ('liililicn of Ivlwin !■;. and W illid niina II. Kaiiririiirm 
.\1(M row. \-III _'_'7 ,1 

a William K'a I |>li, imrii al .\'r\\ |iMrt . T'-nirsvl valiin .Mhv 
7. ISDI. 

li I'laric (dchison. Imrn at Nrw [inrl . r>'tiii.svlvaiiin. 
.May lM. ls!i;;. 

(• l'fri-\- ('older, liorii at .Xruporl. rrtiM.svlvaiiin. ()ct<>- 
l)cr IM. IS!).'). 

TX-IIlI ('hildrrn n\' W-n^y ( '. and .Mary .M . 1 los.scnnaii ) .Mor- 
low. \'ill J-JT-l) 

a I'ldwin Marl, hoi'ii l-'clirnary 11. 1S!),S. 
1) William llrnry. liorn .\nL;iist '21. lIMt.'i. 

lX-11;! Children ol' Leonard F. and Carrie L. i .Morrow l{e(|iia. 
Jr. \' 1 1 1 J-_'7-r- 

a Sai'ah ('leiiisoii, horn -Inne 2. l!l()4. ilied .\|.i-il l»l. 
10(1."). 

h Leonard l''ranklin 111. Iniiai -lafniarN" ^. Dotl. 
<• William .Mori'ow". horn .\ML:nst l'l!. liMi'.t. 
d Lillian White, horn .\pril ."., l!il4. 

IX-114 Cliildi'en of .\rt hni' C. a nd Leia .M . ( Hos.seniian > IloLri-. 

\'l 1 1 •_'•_'!>- a 

a Lcla Sarif^sa. l)oi-u -Jniie '-A. liMKi. 

IX-115 Childi-eii of Cuv Tj. and .\l\ah T. n^ossi-niiaii iJohst. 

VIII-Jl'!»-I. 

a Until Amhei. hoi'ii .May 7. 1!H)9. 

IX-116 Childf«'n of -lames and .Maude 11. (Jai'ksoii i Stt>v»'nson. 

VIII -j:?!)-!) 
a Stanley Hudson, horn Jnly 2S. 1007. 
1) Rollin Kuuene. born Xovciiiber \'2. lixiii. 

IX-117 Children of Joseiih (!. and .M. Crae.' > .MeClure Wil- 
liamson. \lll-L*:{S-a 
a iMarian l-'nid. hoi'ii Septenihei' 1^, liill. 
I) Helen .MeClniv. IxuMi .\pril 17, V.HA. 

TX-HS Cliildi'en of .Mar\in C. and .\nna i.\ndersont Rol)«>rts. 

vin-_»»i.-)-i) 

a .Mah-olm Wesley, hoiii at .Miles Cit \ . .Montana. .illMe 
4. 1908. 

b Winnefi'ed. lioi-n at Inverness. Montana. .\ui:nst l!'. 
1914, and died same clay. 

c Babv uirl born at Portland. Oreiron. -hme Id. l''!-^ 



310 THE BULL FAMILY 

IX-119 Children of Raymond V. and Hazel M. (Roberts) Love. 

VIII-265-C 
a Dorothy Eileen, born at Havre, Montana, May 14, 
1918. 

IX-120 Children of Russel H. and Helen M. (Roberts) Barnev. 

VIII-265-C 
a Marion Adeline, born at Havre, Montana, October 
20, 1916. 

IX-121 Children of Clayton W. and Elizabeth E. (Deckard) 
Diebold. . VIII-272-a 

a Edgar S., born May 23, 1903. 

IX-122 Children of Daniel D. and Jennie B. (Deckard) Fisher. 

yiII-272-b 
a Daniel Deckard, born August 19, 1913. 

IX-123 Children of John and Daisy M. (Fink) Schrantz. 

VIII-280-a 
a John Eugene, born in 1911. 
b Robert Fink, born in 1916. 

IX-124 Children of Harry and Cora E. (Fink) Bott. VIII-280-c 

a Dorothy Lee, born in 1911. 

b Kenneth Wasson, born in 1915. 

IX-125 Children of John and Myrtle (Fackler) Hennecke. 

Vin-281-a 
a John Augustus, born March 4, 1915. 

IX-126 Children of Harvey L. and Amanda (Shaeffer) ]\Ieckley. 

yin-283-a 
a Margaret Evelyn, born in 1912. 
b Robert Lewis, born in 1915. 

IX-127 Children of Luther F. and Ruth P. (Lehman) Meckley. 

VIII-283-b 
a Betty Jane, born May 11, 1918. 

IX-128 Children of Allen B. and Ruth C. (Horn) Meckley. 

VIIL283-C 
a Donald Horn, born in 1914. 
b Richard Henry, born in 1917. 

IX-129 Children of Chester H. and Mary E. (Meckley) I\Iere- 
dith. VIII-283-d 

a Homer Meckley, born May, 1918. 



'11 IK I '.I 1,1, I' \\1 ll.Y 



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X-l'Il' ( 'liildi-.'ii (.r Allrii ;in,| (Hiti.- (Spot/.) lirown \' 1 1 1 _'->|.a 

l.ll'uld Allrll. IhhM mi l:i(l)i 



;i 

li \ i\ i;iii ( iiTl nnir, Imrn in 1!)()S. 

(■ W'.iid W'.ill.irr. horn in ll'Hi. 



X-l-ll ('liildrcn of -lulm ;uhI .M;iry i .\|;itlii;i.s . Siivi|«T. 

V 1 1 1 js.-, I,' 

;i < • Icnn. Iioiii A uliiisI i . Ill 1 I. 

Ii I )r;ili. liorn ( IcIdlxT L'l I. |!ll."i. 
C ( lr|-;il(l. li(irn .\l,i\- L'S. IHIS. 




COLONEL DANIEL H. BOL'GHTOX 

U. S. Army 

VIII-4-C 

(Pa SI' I'liU) 



IX-132 Childi'.'ii of William and Ksilin- W. i Mos.-li-y ) I'ittmaii. 

\Ill-:{-J:?-a 
a Mae- Mo.st'U'v. Iwrn Octohrr -Jii. l:ii>l. 
1) Bal)y. l)oi-ii -Inly .'>. l!»()(i. 
e Billit", lutrn Sept rinlici' 1.'), i:H)j>. 
d lone Ann. hoiii May •>. IHIT. 

IX-l:33 Childivii of -loscpli .M. and Kli/.al)rtli MosfU-v i Mrt'ar- 
ver. VIII-:VJ:? I. 

a Wooltou Still's, liorn -Inly 11. i:i(13. 

b Marv Francos, horn (X-toluT lii. IIMIT. 



312 THE BULL FAMILY 

IX-134 Children of Dr. J. Thomas and lone A. (Moseley) Hutch- 
inson. VIII-323-C 
a Baby, born and died 1905. 
b Ben Bailey, born in 1907. 

IX-135 Children of John and Araminta McC. (Moseley) Hall. 

VIII-323-d 
a Charles Moseley, born September 15, 1910. 

IX-136 Children of Charles B., Jr., and Cecilia M. (Cox) ]\Iose- 
ley. yiII-323-e 

a Nancy Jane, born October 14, 1912. 

IX-137 Children of Clarence C. and Genevieve (Moselev) de 
Berry. VIII-323-g 

a Dick, born April 20, 1911. 

IX-138 Children of Edward S. and Ethel (McNeely) Guese. 

VIII-374-a 
a Lucius McNeely, born April 25, 1916. 

IX-139 Children of John G. and Josephine H. (Barndollar) Mc- 
Neely. VIII-374-b 
a John Knox, born November 8, 1912. 

IX-140 Children of Russell R. and Lillian (Robbj Pankey. 

VIII-389-a 
a Elizabeth Blair, born August 7, 1917. 



Tenth Generation 

X-1 Children of George AV. and Regina (Burns) Boughton. 

IX-4-a 
a George Daniel, born August 16, 1912. 

X-2 Children of George B. and Elizabeth F. (Heiberger) AVag- 
ner. IX-23-a 

a Elizabeth B.. born Alarch 25, 1905. 
b Doris D., born January 12, 1907. 

X-3 Children of George C. and Fanny (Heiberger) Ross. IX-23-d 

a Franz Heiberger. born November 30, 1907. 
b Annie Rose, born Alarch 3, 1909. 
c George Carhart, Jr., born July 21, 1910. 
d AA^ilson, born November 25, 1912, died December 23, 
1915. 

e John Nairn, born November 24, 1916. 



Till'; IlILL KAMII.V 313 

X-l ('hihlrrii (if Iv'iisscll 1". ;iimI \'|(.I;i \'. Me Mli|o\vii)-V i Him'h* 

lirl.l. ' IX-'i'Ml 

;i i»ich;ii(l N'liili'sc. liMin I )irriiiln-r |, I'MI i||.'i| I )im'«MII' 

i)ci- :>, 11)1 1. 
X-.") ('hildnii (if !1,iiT\- W. ;iiic| Ali'' M Killillsi <iar-iliirr. 

;i -Idliii Killil Is, liorii AilLMist L' 1. I'MJ, 

1> Willi.ini I Iriir.w 1 I. Impi-ii .l;inii;iry L'T, 1'"] I 

X-<i Cliildivii (,r I);i\i(l .\|. ;iii,| Kl(,ili.. I. M. •(;«■••) WilliM, ix.4«;.n 

:i .M;i(lis(iii. Iioni .\iil;iisI '_', 1!I1:'> 

I) 1);i\i(l Aladisdii, -I r , lioi'ii AiilmisI L't,. lull 

X-7 Cliildi'rii of Mri'licri .\l. ;iiid Ami' \'. Kdwjinls; <irnn«loii. 

IX-»J:J 

;i licrl>ci-1 .\1;irtiii. Iioni Ndvcinlirr- •_•!•, ls!t!>. 
1) I']lc;iii(ii' K;d h('i-iiic. lioni ()c|()1iit 1:!. lilOl. 

X-8 Childivii (if 11;iiT\- W. ;iiid .\l;ir.v ( '.  \'u>'^rv > St;irl<. IX-H'J-a 
a llai'i'V I'o'jcr. lioni al l-'oil Sii(tii;4', I'lostmi, .Massacliil- 

setts. April H. liiU. 

1) .Jane Moi'claiid. liorii at l''iiidla\\ ()1iin. Si-plcmluT TJ. 

1918. 



VI!-l(i4 

{_■ Malx'l Adi'lia. lorn al lv\iid K;inii, \'riiaiijro County, 
Peiinsyhaiiia, May li. ISS:^. marfird at l^iistis, Floritla. 
.March (i, 191.S, Autiiislus KN'iit/, Stevens, liorn .hine 1»». 1H7S. 
son of .lames Silas ami Mar»raret (.lanies) Stevens of 
Frieiidsliip, Georgia VIII-24f>x 

She graduated at Kdinboro State Noi-niiil School. PciuiH.vh-ntiia. ai 
school teacher before marriafce. He is a o-irpenter and iii!"-  
Lindsay, California, where Ihey live. 

\MII-24!).\ Cliildivn o\' Ani:iistiis \l. and Mal.rl .\. Iluwarti) 
Sicvens. \'II-ltJ4-e 

a Howard Auuiislns. horn Nox nnhi-r L*7. lI'H. 

Vril-l:2i)x Children of l-'rank .1. an.i Ilrlm I\. Ilenelu 
Sehaefer. Vll-:n2-c 

a Frank Ilarwy, h.M-n Maivh L' 1 . l'.il>. 

IX-^J^'x Children nf •laims K'. and Iv Cohlif i iinnuiu'iiam  
Xoiirse. VI I I. •_'.">- 1- 

a William Marlax. Imrn -laniiary "J!'. II'IT. 



APPENDIX A 



COLONEL JOI IN BULL 
(1731-1824) 

A rrcliiniii.-iiy Slmlv : l'.\ Mrs. Aiiil.i Nuwi-oilllt Mrdri', M. |)., 
l(;-_'() I' Stnct. \V;ishiiint<iTi. I> < . 

Anioii;^ till' r;iily I 'I'li ii^y 1 \ .'i ii i.'i ns who Ixn'r the siiriiaiiii* Hull, tin* niont n'.t,if.Jr 
\v;is .Idliii, ('(ilinii'l ill \\\r ( 'mi I i nciil ;i 1 Army :iiii| A<ljiit)iiit (i«*ii<'rnl of the |»r 
(uiwrnincnt ;ii-clii\('s, csiicci.-illy thuM' nt' I 'ciinsy Ivaniii, luivi' pri'JtiTVi'il «ii. u ,i 
lavfjo miinhcr dl' tads alumt liis lit'c, aiiil nl' his letters, tliat when tlii'M«. nri- ifnlh- 
creel toiictlier and adiled to data |ireserved hy his ijesi-endaiits mie ri' • 
idi'a (if iiis cliaiacter as well as of his career. I*erha(>s the traits  .., , 

most iiroininent were his great strength and mitiring energy, a z»'nl for thi» rauM** 
of his country which no ])orsonal r(^l)iif1" or ad\'ersity could diiiiiiiish, sterling hon- 
esty and ojien frankness about himself and his affairs, with a gooilly sliare of 
business aldlity. 

Although he lived to be 93, the first indication of illness which I lia\'- •' 
is in the contemiiorary newspaiier account of his wife's funeral. She h.i 
suibjenly when both wore 79 years old, anil the husband, "altliongh nim-h ex- 
hausted by sickness and old age, addressed the audience'' in a few word.s of restiij- 
nation to the will of the Lord "and then sank exhausted."' IIIh portrait, whirh 
once liuug in the I'eale gallery, has disapiieared, l)ut I fancy him like a 
familiar type of sturdy, active, l)lulV. Revolutionary gentleman, his rmld  
set oft' by cue and ruffles, sliowing the effects of a life s|>ent mainly in tho o|H'n 
and on his horse's back. The Indian chiefs of tlie Six Nations, who re-^'"-!--' 
him as their best friend in Pennsylvania, described him as "a strong man 
like a great tree," whidi is certainly suggestive. 

Tliomas Bull, John's father, lived on a farm of l.'iit acres in Worcester Town- 
ship, and this therefore appears to have been the place where Jolm. the ohloxt son. 
spent his boyhood. As he was not quite 17 when his father <lied, lea\ • 
with his mother the care of his two brothers and thri-e sisters, he wa.-* i 
still living there wlien lie met and married Mary I'hillips of Chester in 

17.52. He was iust I'l then. A year and four months previous to this, I..- 
Elizabeth Addauis Hull, had married in rhiladelphia a young man nameil '1 
Eossiter, Jr., the eldest son of an apparently jxior family, for they ha>l ii- 
no land from their deceased father. We do not know when young K 
died, but there were no children, and no doubt Mrs. lu)ssit<'r continiietl to live in 
her old home with hor young children. Thomas' will had invide.l his farm be- 
tween the two older sons, KK) acres to John and .">•> to William, but the title not to 
vest in them till Williani was -\. John added to his share in 17.">7 by hu> 
acres adjoining it, from S. Kime, but sold this |>ri>perty to J. .\. Meyer u 
William sold his part the following year, to the same purehnsor, so I judjfe 
William reached 21 not later than KH:?. In October of the same year in which 
John s(dd the old home, his stei>father bought 172 acres in Providence Town>*hip 
(when he is called "of Providence, yeoman"), so 1 su|>pose the Kossiters an. I the 
younger children moved then; the eldest daughter. Ann. was alr.-:idv m.-irried t.. 
Henry Newberry. 

John Bull's possession of the brains and will power to make his way upward 
in the world is best shown by comjiarison with the conditions of his birth. The 
whole province advanced, but he did more than advance with it. His father and 

315 



316 THE BULL FAMILY 

both grandfathers are described in deeds as "yeomen" possessing their own small 
"plantations" {the word farmer not being used then); such were likewise his 
uncles and brother William, though the latter is also described as a saddler — no 
doubt because his father's will directed that he should be put to school till he was 
15 and then to learn a trade. John Bull, on the other hand, is described as a "gen- 
tleman," even as early as 1760. His grandfathers were English; his grandmothers 
apparently both German; and, like their neighbors, none of them had learned to 
write even so much as their own names — which fact in no wise hampered them in 
their long and active lives as pioneers in a wild, new land. John 's mother went 
a little stej) further, for instead of a simple cross, she wrote her initial E as 
' ' Her mark ' ' in lieu of signature. 

John 's father, Thomas, however, must somehow have found a teacher, for in 
his will he proudly says that he made it with his ' ' own handwriting. ' ' He 
thought that he knew something of the law of such matters, so when I find that he 
signed his name many times as witness to the wills of others, I suspect that his 
less learned neighbors were wont to call on him for material aid in the preparation 
of their last testaments. Thomas' provision in his will that his younger children 
snould go to school till they were 15 shows that the eldest, our John, must also 
have had such education as the country afforded in those days. In his letters one 
sees that though the literary grace of a Franklin cannot be claimed for his pen, 
yet he was a clear and fluent writer. One of his granddaughters has left us a 
record in which she says of him and his wife: "They prospered in worldly mat- 
ters and were respected by all. Their daughters were educated at the best schools 
the city of Philadelphia afforded. Their only son was an accomplished physician 
and a good linguist. ' ' 

Socially, Colonel John's high official positions, both civil and military, in the 
provincial government brought him in contact with the most eminent men of 
Philadelphia, which was a leading center of culture in the new world. We have 
evidence, as well as tradition, to prove his friendship with George Washington, 
which doubtless dated from 1758, when both were officers of the Forbes expedi- 
tion to capture Fort Duquesne, where Pittsburg now stands. 

It may be of interest at this point to quote the following about AVashington, 
from the Britannica: "His education was but elementary and very defective, 
except in mathematics, in which he was largely self-taught. Sparks has 'edited' 
the spelling, grammar, and rhetoric of Washington 's Writings to such an extent 
as to destroy their value as evidence." Country schooling was evidently no 
better in Virginia, even among the upper classes, than it was in Pennsylvania! 

Another friend of the Colonel in Philadelphia was that learned astronomer 
and distinguished patriot and official, David Eittenhouse, whose only brother, 
Benjamin Eittenhouse, had married Bull's eldest daughter in 1770. (Benjamin 
was superintendent of the gun-lock factory of Pennsylvania through the Eevolu- 
tion.) The four younger daughters, growing up after the Eevolution, also made 
excellent marriages. 

But whether the outspoken Colonel felt himself quite at home amid the refine- 
ments of the city society is to my mind somewhat doubtful; certainly he hastened 
away from it when his public duties were over and spent the rest of his days 
about as far from it as his pioneer instincts could take him, in what he called ' ' a 
Distant Land. ' ' 

LIST OF MILITARY COMMISSIONS HELD BY COLONEL JOHN BULL 

1758, May 12, to early 17.59. Cai^tain of a company (of about 5.5 men) in his Majesty's 
Third Battalion of the Pennsylvania Regiment ("Provincial Forces"), with service m 
command of Fort Allen and on the Forbes expedition which captured Fort Duquesne — 
a bloodless victory, which Bancroft considers of the "greatest importance" and which 
was due to Captain Bull's negotiations with the Indians. 

17.59, April 29, to . Recommissioned Captain in the same battalion; military service not 

known. 

1775, Xovember 2.5, to 1776, .January 20. Having applied for appointment as Quartermaster 
to the army, or in command of a battalion, in the Continental Army about to be organ- 



'I'm: i;i ll i-'.\,\iii,y 

i/.cd, lie WHS cli'clcd liy llic Ciiiitiiiinnil ('(iiiitri-iiK im ttu' llr«t (..J' 

s.vlviiniit lijitlMlidii I'liisi'il fur ilcfi'iiNf nf lln- riiloiiicN. ||i- huil h 

nics of 7!t iMcii ciirli, or ii lolul of l.'i(H» nii'ii. 'I'lii- ('niitu 

McniDi'iiil friiiM llir ('M|ili>iii-< iinil SiiltiillcrtiH of lliin Imttiilinr 

duct (if ('oldiicl Hull,'' mid referred it In ii riiiiiinillee. .tun , 

t<i Ciumdii received. .I;iiiiiiir.v L'tltli, CliliKrcHN heiinl ii Menu.' 

Kiiii; leiive Id resit,'!! his ciiiiiiiiisNiiiii im iiei'iiiini i,f ,]\ i ', 

iifficeis, lictwecii wIkiiii :iiid liiriiself lii' rei|iieHlei| u .' , 

ciuinlr.N ill iin\ ullier wiiy. .liiiiiiMiy L'-iul, resiijiiatiiiii , 

e\ jieiiriice in llie ( 'nil I i Men ( a I Army. 

•'iil.^ I'll. Ill .■ilinui .iaiiinii-y, 1777. (iiliuiel iif a Itiilliiliori of .Vns 

Ill riiiiiideljihiji (■•."iiir' in his <'<>niiiiissloii, '•fith" in " Archive)." j . t 

llie Slate .\sseinlil.\ . Tliese were new ori;aiii/.iilioriH for home d. , 

unless called into the lield, mid wlieri eiilisleil were «elit In .\i f 

.service in watihinK the ISritisli on Sliiten Island till more neriinii,. 

ized. As Bull's civilian positions kept him iiusy in l'liila<!id|ihiii, ilt>' ( ..i. / 

save liini leave of iiliseiice only from .\iiu'iihI ITlh to Seiitemher l.'th . 

with his battalion in the lield, (Perhaps the nxii were there no hn,. I 

Associator liallaliiins were disliaiuled early in 1777.) Arms und nmn I 

scarce', their weajioiis inelnded pikev and '■ lonuiha wks. " 

Felini.-iiy l.'ilh to .liinc 17lli. C.ildiiel ( 'i.iiiiiiainla nt of the fnrtiflralionii at Htlllnj^p"'^ ' 

a lesiiniiilion ol his civilian woik as (ieneral Superintendent, with i ' 

aiitliiiiil.N- over the troops stationed there. .Vppointed hy the Couiiril 

which r.ull was nienilier) and paid at rate of .■jS.S.". oer nioiith. l>iiriiiiC tl. 

also constriictcd the iirincipal part of Kurt Mercer, nt l{e<l Itank, N. .1 

mouth of llie Schuylkill, which was intended to protei-t the ehevatix de  

laid ill the Delaware (diaiinel lietwecu it and Korl Mifflin on Mud I- 

placed similar obstructions in the channel opjiosile l!illini;sporl, ii few ni; 

when he left in dune there was still a few weeks' more work needed i 

whole. When the British arrived in the iiutuiiin they did not iittempl to 

these defenses, but troops were sent by land to take'them in tlie reiir. mo the 

left them without tiKliting. The enemy partly dismantled or hurnetl tliesi- fi.: 

and tiiok u)) some of the river obstructions; the rest remained till removed in 17^l. 

Ma,\ U'lid lo June 17th. Colonel of the I'ennsylvaiiia State Kecimi'iit of Kool. n ii.-.d 

by the new Board of War. Comiiiission issued May Nth. This rei;imenl 

forir.ed from remnants of several former re;;iineiits which had been under Um 

degree at Hilliiifrsiiort. \. .1., and other points on tlie Deliiwiire Kiver within 

miles of Phila(lel]iliia. and was intended for defense of llie city. In \pril Mu 

reported that he was trying to "cultivate a little harmony" in "the 

but its officers had not yet been eomniissioned as such iiiid "a Kr. 

privates are iirisoners uiioii parole (a circumstance perhap.H new). 

general .ieiilousy and dissat isfaclimi. .\pril .".nth the officers receivt-d cot I 

(according to the journal of one of the Lieutenants) "proceeded to ih. ! 

the officers,'' and early next morning the "regiment was proper! r 

which three companies * * * were entertained oy a harmonious ' I 

passed the day in ,iolity." The appointment of Hull caused a vii.l.ni |.f I 

threats of resignation from all the officers, who (dainied, in a Memorml i.. 'h. 

of the State, they had been promised they should "rise by seni.. • 

that by appointment of a Colonel from outside they "ronsidt-r 'i 

aggrieved, as thereby what little Rank they hold in the .service oi ii 

Destroyed.'' Juiu^ 2nd the strength of the regiment was 44 offi. 

.Tune Itltb the Assemlily voted to transfer the regiment ti the (' 

incorporation in the Continental .\rniy, and .lune 17th the prmn 

lowed by the appointment of a new Colonel. The latter invited tti 

"meet him at 4 P. IM. at the City Tavern" where they eelehrui. 

gallons of Madeira.'' This regiment was ordered away and dec.. 

vania (Colonel Walter Stewart). November 11'. 1777, it was ini-ur(»urdU'U in iUv loii 

tinental Army. 

.Iiiiie 17tli. to .lanuary I."'., I77><. Adjutant (ieneral of the Militi:i oi 

pointed by the Board of War. This was the most stirring and criti.il  

tion about Pliiladelphia, and Hull had manifold duties and re- 

Armstrong was in command of all the State Militia, 4<KH» men !•■ 

end of July and most of them sent to Wilmington when Howe's urn 

bark (August li.'ith), after which they were used as a reserve for «hi  

and for local defense. Orders and letters show Hull providing the in: 

and food, and some timt> after the battle of (ierniantown (October ' 

militia officers were lost, he succei'ded (ieneral Irvine in roiiimaml • 

gade on the east side of the Schuylkill, but (so far as I now know) : 

pate in any battle during any iiart of his military career. His on. 

of fighting was when "a large body'' of the enemy went on .. 

northwest of Philadeliihia, December 11th to "Jtith, anil Hull was !•■ 

to make a deinonstration toward the city to "alarm them In Or.l 

tion from Plundering in Chester County." He reported, nfler r. 

Liberties'' of the city, between Third and Fourth streets, and 

of the Enemies Line, ' that "I drew up my little Hivisioii and h 

Pounders, with 12 conips of artilery. I rather streclid my orders !•> .■>. i ..; 

diracted Cannon Ball. Which no |)oubt Took Place near ye ( hiin-h." » 

good, for thev did fall near Christ Church and "alarmed the city" with..: _ y 

damage.) Bull's report concludes: "We Wish'd thoni a Merry Cri»mM by rau*i>iii( 



318 THE BULL FAMILY 

them to Beat to arms and fire their Cannon from the Lines from all Qurs., their Ball 
Raked our Little Parade both on Right and Left, but without the Least Damage. "We 
brought of one Prisoner, some of their Horses, &c.'' 

Colonel Bull appeared before the Supreme Executive Council on January 13, 1778, 
made a report, and presented account for his pay for the past eleven months, "which was 
ordered paid. (For time as Adjutant General, at rate of .^100 per month.) The Council 
then resolved that on account of reducing the militia an Adjutant General would not be 
necessary in future and therefore ordered that the office be abolished and that "Colo. 
Bull be informed, in the most respectful terms." 

1779, October. "President Reed announced that he intended to take the field at the head of 
the Penna. troops, and Col. Bull was appointed adjutant-general" but "the projected 
movement was abandoned." (I have not verified this.) 

CIVILIAN POSITIONS HELD BY COLONEL JOHN BULL 

1761, February 28th (perhaps earlier) till the Revolution (apparently). One of the Justices 
of the Peace for the County of Philadelphia. He was also one of the Justices of the 
Court of Quarter Sessions of the county. 

1774, November to September 17, 1776. Was, by election, one of 40 members of the Commit- 
tee of Inspection and Observation of the County of Philadelphia (this did not include 
the city), the duty of which was to detect persons not conforming to the patriotic 
"articles of Association" (for trade boycott and price control), which the new Conti- 
nental Congress had framed. These county committees were formed from the members 
of earlier township committees who had been on the side of the colonies from the begin- 
ning. John Bull signed a resolution as chairman of this committee, July 20, 1776, but 
Colonel William Hamilton had been chairman in June and May preceding. May 18, 1776, 
this committee appealed to the Assembly of Pennsylvania to "maintain liberty even if 
forced most unwillingly to declare independence." These committees were dissolved 
after nearly two years' activity. 

1775, January 23rd to 28th. Member of Second Convention (of Pennsylvania leaders) as one 
of 12 chosen to represent the Philadelphia County Committee of Inspection. Pennsylvania 
was now in fact governed by citizen's committees which had superseded the old, too- 
loyally disposed, Assembly (i. e.. Legislature). This convention voted its determination 
to take up arms if redress was not obtainable from Parliament, "though loyal harmony is 
preferred," and it voted unanimously to ui'ge a law prohibiting future importation of 
slaves into Pennsylvania. 

1775, September 3rd. Defeated in election for Sheriff of Philadelphia County by William 
Dewees, who had long held the office; vote was nearly two to one. 

1776, February 8th, Continental Congress resolved "That the 2.50,000 Dollars voted yesterday 
[for the use of the army at Cambridge], be sent to the Paymaster-General under the 
care of Mr. Bull, and two other trusty persons." February 13th the Treasurer was 
ordered to advance "colonel Bull'' .$1.50 to defray his expenses in carrying this money. 
February 26th a letter from General Washington acknowledged receipt of a letter brought 
to him from Philadelphia by "Col. Bull" the evening before. (This is the only 
occasion known to me when he traveled north of Pennsylvania.) 

1776, June 18th to 25th. Member of Pennsylvania Provincial Conference of Committees of In- 
spection. This unanimously approved of a declaration of independence and ordered elec- 
tions to a convention to frame a new Constitution for the Province. For attendance at 
this convention Bull was paid £3, 18s, lOp. 

1776, July 15th to September 28th. Member of convention which set aside all old govern- 
rnent, prepared and passed a new constitution and took other important actions. Frank- 
lin was chairman. Bull was one of eight representatives, elected July 8th, from Phila- 
delphia County. He was member of several important committees, and was paid 
£19, lOs, 2d for attendance. Was given leave of absence August 17th to visit the camp 
at Amboy (where his regiment was), but was back September 16tli. 

1776, July 23rd to March 13, 1777. Member of the Council of Safety (David Rittenhouse, 
chairman; 25 members), by election of the Constitutional Convention. The Council was 
authorized to exercise the whole of the executive powers of government so far as relate 
to the military defense and safety of the province, superseding the former Committee of 
Safety ; and, in fact, took entire control between the end of the old governmental agen- 
cies and the organization of the new. The courts having suspended their activities 
since June, the convention on September 3'rd appointed the members of the Council of 
Safety as Justices of the Peace for the State with power "to take acknowledgments of 
deeds, and cognizance of criminal offences and breaches of the peace. And in cases of 
petty larceny, under 3 shillings, to proceed to punishment." (County Justices had 
previously been appointed.) 

1776, August 6th to . One of six Commissioners for Philadelphia County 

named by the convention in accordance with an ordinance "to hear and determine the 
cases of all persons in prison." (This was to correct injustices done under the old gov- 
ernment.) 

1776, September 26th to December 2nd. General Superintendent of the Works at Billingsport, 
New Jersey, by appointment of Council of Safety. Continental Congress had ordered 
the approach to Philadelphia by water to be defended, at its expense, and Kosciusko had 



TlIK mi,L lAMILY .,^v 

ilr.'iwn |>l,'iiis I'm a I'm I ■,\\ Ki II lliKH|)>irt, iiliiilil |J inili-a ilowii llir r 
I'lisr, \\ Inrh uas iinw In lie liiiilt liy Hull, with ('ii|>luiM II, .lull 
Wdl-U WMS iiilirrii|ili(l \i\ nr<lris In I'Viirillltc Ihi- liliirr, mill whrii 
following, Itiill I'll iir rii'ii lluic us ( 'olimi-l ( 'oiiiiiiikiiiliint (mpk ''Millli 

1770, NctVfinln'i- lUlli. < (Mine il nl Siifcly oidiTcil it uri'iit i|iiiiMlity of valiintilr milit«ry . 
iniincdiiitcl V I'liniiviil In ('iil. MiiII'h at Norriiiifloii' ' iiiiil hi- wn- ti.r..>..i ' . ,. 
pni|ii'i' ^iiMi'ils I'di' lliriii. I .\ liircc iiiirt nf IiIn rNtiitt- then* hod 
lii'I'iiic' llii.s. ) Dcciinlpii- l.'llli tlirsr Wfir t niiiHrci'DMl to Luiii-nKliT, u > 
liiiir Itiill wii.s lius.v ])iii(iiiiii); wiicoiis "'for thr iiniiy'" liiil iiNo iKni 

wiTc tlc'i'iii;; friiiii till' cNpcrti'd UriliHii. Yet thin <liil not iiiiilrnnlly s 

l)ri'.s('iiic at llii' cmisl.iiil ini'd iii);s of tin- Coiiiicil iliiriiii; Ihi' winlvr. Ihi- tuUumui 
ftTcllcc willi llir ln(li,iiis, hnwcviT, ocrilNioiii'd IiIh itliKciiri' for two Wrrk». 

1777. .lainiary L'Ciili i.i I'diniii r\ ( niiuiii.ssioniT to tmit with Iniliaim bI I 

aiii|ilon ('niiiily. i rpicscnl iim. willi Colonel Dnili, tin- Coiitiril of Hat-t 
('(iinniissidiu'i's wcri' I'lom I he < 'out ini'iital ('ont;rfHN iiiid M'tiuiiiiiiiK |W'< 
))ly. Tlu! Iiuliaii ('oiiiiiiisNioiicrs were six (•liicf,H, n-pri'Ncntiiii; Ihi- »ii 
coiiu', with about 1'<M> otliri- Indians, to coniplain of tlw' lin-iikiov' 
treaty (17(!S) in that wliilcs li.id t;iiuv into Ihrir lan<l and houifhl i 
nu'ii, wluiin Ihi'y could not <-ontrol. They inadr variouM olhiT r.. 
and repeatedly asked thai ('olmiel Hull, ''wlnun thi'v seenied to ; 
ehar^i'd with the execution of their private alTairs'' (accordini; i . 
ceedinjis), should lie ai)i)ointed as a i)erinaneiit hnlian ( 'oinniiH-.ioner. '] ' 
strong mall raised like a great tree, that we can depend upi>n,'' and it"^- 
him and the other ConunissioTU'rs. Congress had appropriated $H»K> to buy pr- 
these Indians, but had given no instructions to the ConnnisHioner!!, and Ihnr re. 
tions received scanty attention. The following .May, Hull nieniorialized < '... 
the Indians had sent messengers to him asking for action, but he coiilil do  
officially aiipointed. Jlay liTth Congress resolved that the legislative power ■■< 
of Pennsylvania (Uight to take action either by removing the settlers from Iiel 
or by coniiiens.it ing th(> Indians, but the .\ssembly only discusseil and po«'[. • 
official letter from Hull of .luly !•. 177!'. he thus deplores the failure of hi^ 
■'had they been propt>rly iitteiuleil to I am Clearly of opinion might ^! . 
serv'd the Interest of many of those Indians and thereby not only 1' 
sfruetion of Wioming but would have been the means of Saving the I, 
Preserving in some measure the Peace of the I'lontiers of this State in I'urtuuliir. ' 

I777, February 14th to Octob<>r i;'.th. Member of the lirst Assembly ( i. p.. "■'•• l--.-l>ii«^ 
body) of the State of Pennsylvania under its new constitution. Klected b 
of I'hiladeliihia County to fill one of the vacancies occasioned by four luem 
having (lualified. Took seat February ISth. March L'lst Assembly took n ri-ie«s. w 
ses.siou May l'lst to .Tune lllth; recessed again till Sejitember K'.th. when it g"' -i M" 
by having ordered the members who were in camp to attiMid. It passed 
for wounded soldiers, drafted by a committee of five, including Hull, nnil 
I^ancaster on the ISth, as the British were fast approaching Philadelphia, i' 
October Oth and ad.iourned on the l.''>th. Bull's name appears in the pro. 

number of times, in spite of the fact that he was simultaneously in tb- 

rommand at Billingsport or as Ad.iutanI (ieiieral, and during the Iir-- ' 

likewise a member of the executive government of the State, not to iii. . 
first month he was also (>x-officio a Justice of the Peace. A rei-oril o( •imnliancoaa 
activities which it would be hard to excel 1 

1777, March l.'ith to April KHh. Member Pennsylvania Hoard of War. On Murch *>: 
Supreme Executive ( ouncil was oriranized under the new constitution a'-' ■'•-' '■■-■ 
to itself the civil department '•which re(|uires gieat attention." it d. ' 

five power over military matters to a Board of War and u Xavy Hoi 

nine members, with Pavid Rittenhouse as (hairman. Thus was the i 

(of which Bull had been member) transformeil and its work belter 

board held daily meetings, but Bull wa.s present only six time.s,— iifter th.- 

recessed. On April TIth a new board was formed, with only three of ihr 

bars and two new ones. ._ « ». n. 

(It was in September of this vear. 1777. that the British hurn^-d much of B«ll • 
jiroperty at Norringtmi and his family had to fli"i".) 

177S, .January l!»tli. Bull, having received word that he was_ no longer .Vdjutant •.'. fi.rit whit- 
he was at Hiimnielstowu on his way to his '•Distress'd family'* "in a l> 
wrote a touching letter on his "fate" in now being inactive, after all hi» i 
and private misfortunes, which he thmiu'ht iustitied a better trentnienl. H> aiisiiar* tj 
have been on his way to Berkeley, (West) '\'irginia, at this lime. 

1778, August Slst to . Confirmed (continued.') by the As.senibl.v as on» of lh« Joa- 

tiees of the County Courts. 

1778, August 31st. Reported to the Supreme Kx.'ciitive C'ouneil that at their rrqo*"*! h» had 
"view'd" the bridge over Schuvlkill at Flathind Ford, near Valley Forif : jhat II re- 
quired immediate repairs, and specified these in detail. I presume he was dirrrird lo 

mak(> them, 

1778, September ll-'th to December .".rd. Again Sui)eriiitendent of Works at T^imnr«r"r? ir-.f 
Mud Island. The British having left Philadelphia in June, the ("on 
repair the damage thev had done, erect some batteries, tenipornry ha! 
ing the river defenses, ami direited Bull to employ workmen and prui urc or buv \n^ 



320- THE BULL FAMILY 

materials to complete the work as expeditiously as possible. He was to be paid £3 per 
diem and forage for one horse, and he received £50 for a "ration account," apparently 
in addition. On July 9th he reported to the Council that he was ''Exceedingly Morti- 
fied and Embaras'd" to find that he could not procure the laborers to carry on more 
than a part of the work, so that he was ''not fully Employed," and suggested that it 
might be desirable for him to be sent temporarily to the ''Frontiers of this Province" to 
exert desirable influence on the Indians, as he had done on previous occasions. Council 
evidently thought he could not be spared, for it sent a "request" to the troops sta- 
tioned about Billingsport to help Colonel Bull ''in a Service of so much Importance to 
the City." 

1779, February 27th to November 25th. Continued the above work, which after May 14th was 
done in accordance with plans of the French General, Du Portail. Paid .$24 a day "for 
his trouble and service." 

1779, autumn and winter. Superintendent of repairs on a house at Sixth and Market streets 
owned by the State through confiscation from a Tory, and declared to be the official 
residence of the President of the Supreme Executive Council (this title was changed 
later to that of Governor of the State). 

1779, September 17th. In a letter of this date Bull and Charles Wilson Peale are called "two 
of the committee of this city," i. e., Philadelphia. (In November and December of 1778 
Bull — then called in deeds "of Berkeley, Va." — had bought two adjoining houses on 
Mulberry, now Arch, Street, between Seventh and Eighth, where he may have been living 
at this time, and also a large lot at the northwest corner of Mulberry and Seventh. The 
last he sold in 17S6 to David Rittenhouse, who made it famous as the site of his home 
and of his observatory.) 

1780, .January. Commissioner to a national convention to limit the prices of merchandise, 
which had been called by a meeting at Hartford, Conn., October 20th previous, and 
assembled at Philadelphia January 5. One of three (from Pennsylvania?). 

1780, April 1st to November 27th, and perhaps longer. Commissioner of Purchases for Phila- 
delphia County. Appointed by the Supreme Executive Council, evidently to do all the 
buying in said countv for the state government. Required to give bond in the sum of 
£30,000. 

1780, June 2nd to July 5th. By appointment of the Council, with two others, buyer of pro- 
visions and other necessaries for the Federal Army, in Philaaelphia County, in accord- 
ance with an act passed recently to meet an urgent temporary need. 

(These are the last of Bull's public offices in the Revolution. He sold his Philadel- 
phia house in 1782, and appears to have continued to travel often between Philadelphia 
and Berkeley until he finally settled in Northumberland, Pennsylvania.) 

1786, June. Bull came to Philadelphia from Northumberland County with 'public dispatches 
respecting some disturbances at Wioming. For this he was paid his account of £8, 15s. 
He is said to have moved to Northumberland the previous year. In 1787 he was taxed 
there for having one negro — a man he had bought in 1778. 

1802, Was a candidate for the State Legislature, but defeated by Simon Snyder, the incumbent 
and Speaker of the House, afterward Governor of Pennsylvania. (In 1790 the former 
single legislative body, the Assembly, had been superseded by the Senate and House 
plan.) 

1803, December 6th to April 3, 1804. Was member of the Fourteenth House of Representa- 
tives of Pennsylvania, which sat at Lancaster between these dates. There were 86 mem- 
bers in all. the four from >.'orthumberland County including Simon Snyder and John Bull. 
Bull was immediately put on the committee ''on roads and inland navigation" (one of 
the three large standing committees), and also served on special committees, including 
one "of grievances" appointed December '8th. Bull belonged to the Federal party. 

1804, December 4th to April 4, 1805. Member of the Fifteenth House, serving on the same 
committees as the previous year. 

1805, December 3rd to March 31, 1806. Member of the S'ixteenth House, of which his nephew, 
John Gronow Bull, was also a member, from Chester County. He was present through 
the session and was on some special committees, but not on the large ones above named. 

This ended the long and honorable public career of .John Bull, when he had almost 
reached his seventy-fifth birthday. 



'I'lIK Itl 1,1, I'AMII.V 3JI 

APPENDIX B 

'I'o till' llniililc Sdi-ii'ty liii I 'rci|p;i(^;it illi; tlic (ii)>«|)cl, &c. 

1'lif liniiilil,. I'l'tilicni of Siiii.|i\ Mcriiliris of the < 'on|{ri-|;ntioii l»«»|onj»'--.' •■■ 
St. .I;inics's ('liiiicli nrr I 'i'(|ui liiniii in tlir I 'k.v inn'r i,( I'l-nnii. in hi^hnlf r>t 

selves Mini I lie whole ( 'oii^i-ej^:i t ion. 
Shew ct h 

Th.-it your 1 1 oiioii i:i Me Sorii'ty was |iIc!ihi«(I hoimc y«'ar>i ninro to nentl • Min- 

sioiiaiy for this place in < dii jii net ion uilli W liitcriiiirMli with whom 
well pleased ami used onr lie--! Mnilea \(Mirs to iiiiike him cii'^v wch •.■. 
had ell'ectually done; lint ne\('it heless that (leiitlernaii (Mr. Ilmvifj |.r . 
to officiate at ()xfoi(l insiead of tiiis Chmch which wa.s yraiitftl liiiii, .r 
you were |ileased to seinl o\e|- a \eiy N'oiiii^ Welch (M-litlt'llinil to mt 
and this our f'hnrcli of St. .I.anies' to whom we remilarly |>ai<l onr - 

money amo^ to :i1mmiI 'C-l or il.'i.p. ; iini altho. the .said .\I r. liiiKhfH \- 

came near us and ••lome tiuie in Septemher last (as i)y Mr. ( 'iiiiitniiiKit ') li-tliT to 
the Society may he seen) lie thouf;lit fit without ^iviiiy lis tiic h'a««t notir«» to mako 
•A voyaye to the Islands of Barbadoes where he liiis acc»'|tt»'(| n I'liriHli ami wp ar« 
now destitute of a JNTinister and without ^'our lionoraMe Sorjetv will hi-  
to continue your eare to ns this con;^re^';iti(m will in a very little tiine iIwm 
nau;;ht, we Ix'inj;' surrounde(l wiili |)issenters of ovorv sort. Wf Im'j» leave for- 
ther to acquaint your Honors that unless the (iontlemcii yon send ns hns miirh 
more solidity aud condiiet th.in Mr. lluy;hes our K'eliyion will he hronyht into Ciin- 
tempt. We shall not trouhle your Honors with a l>etail of his misheh i 
douhtinf>- hut you'll recei\e that from some ahlo haml; hut shall *'onidnilf 
desiringf your Care of us and with assurin>.; you that every one of us will most 
(!hearfully Contrihute I'verythiTii^ in our jiower for promotiiijj the Chrintian Ro- 
liyion aud Towards the Supjiort (jf the (lentlemen you'll he pleased to send ns. 

That your Pious ondea\iuirs may not he wantinjj to the Destitute ii the 
Earnest prayer of 

Your honours most sincere & most ohedt hundile servants 

W ni. ^looro h'ohert Shannon 

Sanuud T>ane Phili|> Kiri^ 

Edward Nicholas l{(>j;er North 

Henry Pawling Xiidicdas Hicks 

John Newberry h'ichanl liull 

George Evans John Chain 

Tlios. Tlowe Morris Lewis 

John P.ull Henry H(dstein 

Thomas lUill John i-Mwar.ls 

John Davis Thoma.s Junioa 

Stejihen Boyes Davi.l Piiillips 

Thos. Turner .\rnswell Heailiy 

Wm. Adams John Junlain 

Abraham Adams Tiioinas Kenworthy 

Enoch Davis Henry Pawlini; 

AVm. Bull Henry narnanl 

John Sommonds John Morris 

Peter Eambo Dnniol Morris 



Paul Casselhurv 



Angust 1st. 1736. 
Taken from Ilistorv of Old St. Davids, "Ra.lnor. 



JOHN BITLL. 



322 THE BULL FAMILY 

APPENDIX 

Framed and hanging on the wall of Dr. Ferdinand Augustus Hassler, Ph. D., 
at Santa Ana, California, is the marriage certificate of John Bull and Mary 
Phillips. 

' ' These are to eertifie whom it may concern, that John Bull and Mary Phil- 
lips were lawfully married according to the constitution of the church of England, 
on the 13th day of August, 1752. 

WILLIAM CUERIE." 

Dr. Hassler has also a prayer book which has on one leaf ''Mary Phillips, her 
book, given her by a true friend ' '. On another leaf 

My Dearest Daughter Elizabeth, 
I to thee Recommend 
The Bible and the Testament 
To them an Ear to Lend. 

Because it is the Word of God 
To every Christian Given, 
And Learning it to L^nderstand 
Thou art on the Way to Heaven. 

My Daughter Dear in Doing This 

Thou Wilt Please thy father's heart. 

And Let thy Mind 

Be well Inclined 

To take it for thy Part. 

at Fort Allen, 1758." 

APPENDIX D 

Pennsylvania ss. 

IN ASSEMBLY 

To JOHN BULL, Esquire 

July 4th, 1776. 
We reposing especial Trust and Confidence in j^our Patriotism, Valour, Con- 
duct and Fidelity, DO, by these Presents, Constitute and appoint vou to be 

COLONEL of the 5th Battalion of ". 

Associators in the County of Philadelphia 

for the Protection of this ProA'inee, against all hostile Enterprizes, and for the 
Defence of American Liberty. 

You are therefore carefully and diligently to discharge the Duty of a COLO- 
NEL as aforesaid 

-- by doing and 

performing all Manner of Things thereunto belonging. And we do strictly charge 
and require all Officers and Soldiers, tinder your Command, to be obedient to vour 

Orders as their COLONEL " 

And you are to observe and follow such Orders and Directions, from Time to Time, 
as you shall receive from the Assembly during their Sessions; and, in their Eecess, 
from the present or any future Committee of Safety appointeii by the Assembly 
of this Province, or from your superior Officer, according to the Rules and Regu- 
lations for the better Government of the Military Association in Pennsylvania, 
and pursuant to the Trust reposed in you. This Commission to continue in Force 
until revoked by the Assembly, or by the present or any succeeding Committee of 
Safety. 

Signed by Order of the Assembly, 

John Morton, Speaker. 
SEAL— LIBERTY SAFETY & PEACE. 



'I'lll'; I'-l I.I. KA.MII.Y ^^ 

APPENDIX E 

l'''l'''i' "I' ''I'll. -Iiilin r.iill 111' Noll hmiilHTl.-iiHl, |-;,., wnff.-i, t., i 
scrilii'd Miiiv lliill :il Skipjink: 

'rillirsfluy Moinin;;, M:i\ •([(,_ J , i,,, 

I Send tiles.' lo liirniiii y<ni lli.it I ;i m now iiiiii- riiilcH on tl,.- .,rt..r ■!. -:.,. 
(|U('ii;inii.i ill u-ood li(.;iltli tlio Miiiic.\vli;it weary oC vrstiTflavM I; 
»i;i<l r.i'lt.T Cct tlic sli('<"|, siinin next \v.'ri< and f lir" Lainl.s and Iw.i.i . .11  
soon as yoM Can. if it sli.Hiid Iv'aiii .,i- !„■ Cold iiiylits I think you lta<l 
Tldiisc tiirm Tnwo or tliir.' Mi;,Hits. I C.iiiMot fix ii|>on a tinir wlifli I ihi'll i 

■■'•'^ I ■•II ' l''il'' \vay on my .loiiriicy yet. I '.ill I Kxp.-rt it will not much . 

L' wcclvs from tliis Day if Life \ licaltli I'miiits, you nci-d not frrti'ml t" 

to me iMir llxpcct to licar from nn' a;^ain until f Return. I'leat to F)«-^iri. 
Wells to lielp l>lnli|. Make t li.' Diteli fi'iir,. aloiijr tile Hill l.y the Mea.|..w 1 
Iii m Mi reel ions \'.t' I dre I I .eft liuliie. 

My I.e\e t" all friends |m i',e|sy anna and Diekey and von will Ta' „i 

liittle llollaiid and md Let lii'i' for^^id lii'r 'I'a I k lietoie I Uetiirn and I !;• 
.My Dearyonr Mlfect iona t e \' l,o\inn- jjn-liaiid 

.INO. I'.IM,. 

APPENDIX F 
THE BATTLE OF FORT WASHINGTON 

On tlio niyht of Novoniher I .-., 177(i, a few days after the hattle of White 
Plains, the Jiritisii army, wliicii Jnid Immmi camiKMl over aj^ain.st the Aniertcan.s on 
the Ileij^hts of 'New Castle, nuuh" a sudden and mysterious retrograde movement 
toward New York. Washington eonld not fathoni it. lie did not kn(»\v what we 
know^ today, that on November l^d, ( ol. K'niieit Mag.iw's .adjutant, William Deniont, 
iiud slijiped out of Fort Wasliinoton and betrayed to the enemy the rom|detf plans 
of the Fort — an act of perfidy which, because it was succossful, intlictod a greater 
disaster uiion th(> American cause than the later treason of Arnold. 

Although not understanding tlie designs of Howe, but rea.soning from other 
facts, Washington believed that no good could be subserved by the retention of 
Fort Washington, which had failed to ])revent the passage of tiie enemy's vei.sel* 
up the Hudson. On November Sth, therefore, he revoked the orders which he had 
given Magaw to defend the Fort to the last, and adviseil Greene to withdraw the 
garrison and stores to New Jersey. Tie left this course, however, ili- ry 

with Greene, who was on the ground; and, by the "olVicious interferen. .n- 

gress and a venial error of judgment on the part of dreene" (says Fiake) the Kort 
was retained. 

On November bltli, tli(> day liefore the liattle. Howe, having ilisposed his foreeii 
to his satisfaction, summoned Magaw to surrender, intimating that in <■ 
refusal the .\mericans might expect no ((uarter. Whereupon Magaw sent ba^ 
superb message: 

"* * * ACTUATED BY TIIK MOST (iLOKMOCS O.VT'SK THAT .MAN'- 
KIND EVER FOUGHT TN, T AM DKTKini I N KD TO DHI-'KNI) THIS POST TO 
THE LAST EXTin«::\IITV. " 

That was a bra\e soldier's reply, although Creene should iiave saved him the 
necessity of making it. The courage that dictated it is amazing, in view of th* 
physical and moral situation at that tinu^. Here were only .'{.(M)!) inexperienced 
Americans attempting to defend all of Manhattan Island nortit of 14.">th Street/ 
against 9,00(1 trained and fully equi]>ped foreign troops. The circuit of tlie tiebi of 
action was about 10 miles, an a\erage of one American soldier to about every It 
feet. The King of Prussia, in his History of the Seven Years' War, estimated that 
16,000 men were inade.pmte to defend the city of Perlin, with about the same 
circuit. 

*For the sake of brevity, niiiiiy localities are indicated by modem desiirnation* ir»«>.-»' ■'■♦ 

course, were not then known. 



324 THE BULL FAMILY 

With these odds against them, there had been nothing in the history of the 
Revolution since Lexington to warrant the belief that the Fort could be held. 
Bunker Hill had recorded an American retreat; the American army in Canada was 
shattered; Long Island had nearly cost Washington his army; Harlem Heights was 
a succes d'estime; White Plains was a drawn game. What then, but the glorious 
inspiration of a righteous cause, expressed by Magaw in his message to Howe, can 
account for the superb defense of Fort Washington? 

The citadel of the American defenses, now marked by the efforts of the Empire 
State Society of the Sons of the American Eevolution and the American Scenic 
and Historic Preservation Society, through the generosity of James Gordon Ben- 
nett, Esq., was a pentagonal bastioned earthwork, situated on the highest elevation 
of Manhattan Island (271.4 feet) on the western side of Fort Washington Avenue 
in the line of 183d Street. The Fort mounted 32 pieces of heavy cannon, and its 
out-works eleven more. The chief outer defenses were: A line of breastworks across 
the high ground between 145th and 147th Streets; a second line between 1.53d and 
155th Streets; a third incipient line in the latitude of the Jumel Mansion (Wash- 
ington's Headquarters), at 161st Street; a strong redoubt on Jeffrey's Hook south- 
west of the Fort; a redoubt and breastworks at Fort Tryon, half a mile north of 
the Fort; a fortified position on Laurel Hill, now called Fort George, at the north- 
ern terminus of Amsterdam Avenue; a four-gun redoubt down below Laurel Hill 
to the northward; and various other minor defenses. 

Magaw commanded at Fort Washington; Eawlings and Williams were at Fort 
Tryon with the Maryland and Virginia riflemen; Baxter and Swope were at Laurel 
Hill with militia of the flying camp, and Cadwalader was on the south with his 
Pennsylvania Rangers. 

About 10 a. m., November 16th, the enemy began the assault. The attack was 
made on all sides — on the north by Knyphausen and Rahl with their Hessians and 
Waldeckers; on the east at Laurel Hill by Matthews and Cornwallis with Light 
Infantry, Guards and Grenadiers, and near 155th Street by Stirling with his High- 
landers; on the south by Percy and Howe with Red-coats and Hessians; and on 
the west by the British frigate ' ' Pearl ' ' on the Hudson. 

On the south, Cadwalader, finding himself between the fires of Stirling and 
Percy, made a dogged retreat to the Fort, halting and firing, and strewing his 
path chiefly with Hessians. On the east, under cover of a furious bombardment, 
from University Heights, the British took Laurel Hill, where the brave Baxter 
fell. On the north, Rawlings made the most desperate resistance of the day against 
the giant Hessians, whose bones can be distinguished to-day by their extraordinary 
size. Here there was great slaughter and men fell like leaves from the autumn 
trees. Rawlings and Williams were both wounded. There were not enough men 
to man the breastworks and guns. In this crisis, American womanhood sprang to 
the rescue in the person of Margaret Corbin, who worked the gun at the trail of 
which her dead husband lay, until she, too, fell, severely but not mortally wounded. 

But the torrent could not be stemmed, and the tumultuous whirlpool of battle 
swept nearer the Fort. With the Americans, however, it was still a fight, not a 
flight; — for Magaw, looking down the slopes, could see the contending parties 
.mingled in a desperate hand-to-hand struggle, shooting, thrusting, striking and 
stabbing. The air was filled with the thunder of cannon,- the roar of musketry, 
the ringing of steel, the sickening crunch of descending rifle butts, the shouts and 
curses of combatants, the shrieks of the wounded and the groans of the dying. 
One hundred and thirty-two corpses strewed the ground, 78 of them British; and 
392 men, of whom 380 were British, either lay upon the hillsides or staggered with 
gaping wounds. 

Magaw had kept his word; he had fought "to the last extremity," and fur- 
ther resistance would have converted Fort Washington into a slaughter pen. He 
therefore yielded to a new summons, from Knyphausen, and surrendered. And 
Washington, who had almost been captured earlier in the day near the Jumel Man- 
sion, now standing with streaming eyes on the heights of the Palisades, saw the 
American flag lowered and the British ascend in its jAace over Fort Washington. 
• The whole American command, about 3,000 in number, became prisoners of war, 
and very few of them ever issued from the prisons into which they were cast. 



■I'lll'; 111 I.I, KA.MII.V 

M;iiih;ittiiii IsImihI iciiiiiitii-il in iioMHi'Msion of tin- Mritiih 7 

<liiriii<,r whicli Aiiiciicin I thli'|ii'ii(|riicc wjim ai-hicvcil \,y the <taitii> i 

(TV Hint \v;is ,liN|il:iyr,| ;i| |'',,ri Wasliinntoii, Kiii(|»««r hy Uw ni-i|iiiri«i v .,f 

<;r(';it cr c.x iicrii'ncc. 

Al lrn-tli(;iiM,. iiiHitlnT ,|.iy In 1 7s:{. vvlirii a yay ainl triiim|>hiint \,rnrfnmiun 
crossi'd the Kiti;i's I'.ii.j^c nn-l, with iii>*|ii riii^ mnHir, i-aim- inar.'liini; -lown the 

Kiii<;sliri(lu.. K',,,hI. The niii luiin.s w.-rr I. Inc. Lull' ami wliitr; tin- tUn* -- ' 

.•iihl white stripe, I, with ,i Line canton contHiriinjj l.'{ whito ntarn. U hn 
few ilnys ;it McfHiw.in '> I'nss, in Central I'nrk, while the i;r ' ' .,( 

the Kiii;;'s tKKij.s w.is taking,' place; ami then, on the ■_'.'»Hi. p »y 

where the forma lit ies of evacuation were coinplcteil. On that «lnv II <b 

soldier left New 'I'ork, and once more the Ann-rican lla^ lloiititil u'lifh ..i^.., i,„m 

(he lsl:iiid"s loftiest hei;;lit Munnl \\ashinj;ton. 

(The alHixr is frnm p;nriphlets of •'Society of Sons of the Ki'Vollllioil. ") 

APPENDIX G 

3—52'). 

(). \V. and X. |)i\ isiim. 

i)i:i'Ai>" I'M i:\ r ( )i' rii i: intkkiok 
T. s. c. 

linreau of Tensions, 
Sur\i\or 's File No. ^d.lti 
Rev. War. 

Washington. I ). ( .. Marcli 30, 1907. 
A statement of the military history of Thomas Hull, a sohlior of tho RKVO 
LUTIOXARV WAR, as contained in liis ajiplication for |)eMsioii on fjio in thH 
Bureau: 

Dates of enlistment or appoint iiient : Au^nist. 177i;. 

Leufj-tli of servic(>: I year. !i months. 

Rank: Tjieiit.-Colomd commanding; \Villi;ini Montjjoniery "s F'a. Flvinjj f'amp. 

Was captured in surrender of Fort \\:ishin;,'toii, conJined in .Methodist M.-.-t- 
ing House, New Voik. paroled on hony Island until .\utunin, 1777, whi-ii h.- ";•• 
confined on prison ship 12 days, returned to L. I. and w:is exchanged May 8, 1 7 - 

Battles engajjed in. none mentioned. 

Residence of soldier at enlistnuMit. I'];ist X.antmeal Twp.. Chester <'o.. Pa. 

Date of ajiplication for |ieusion, Sept. S, 18.M'. 

Residence at date of application. K.-ist Xantmeal Twp., ChoMtor Co V • 

Born May 28. 1744, (). S. l'ro\ idence Twp.. Philadelphia Co., Pa. 

Remarks: His claim was allowed; he was reported to lia\-e ili«M| .luU 1.;. I >.'.'.». 
For date of last jJaynuMit of pension apply to the Auditor for tin* Interior r)o|>t.. 
Treasury Depit., citin<;- the following d.ata: ' ' CcrtHic.-ite Xo. iL'tlt i.ssuptl Jany. 17, 
1833, under Act .huie 7, IS.iii. at Pennsyh .iiiia .\<,'ency. " 

APPENDIX H 

IN MEMORY OF COL. THORLA.S BULL 

I I'niiii ■■'file Churchman und K|)i.srii|>al Horordcr. " .luIy 'Ji\ 1*17.1 
DepaitiMl this life. ,at his ri>sidence in Hast N'antnu'al To\viisiii|>. < ...-;.. 
County, Pennsyh aiiia, on Tlinrsd;iy morninii'. the l.'Uii iiist.. Col. Thomas Hull, in 
the 94th year of his aye. the father of lu>v. Levi Hull, of this Diocese. 

It is due to the nuMuory and character of the deceased th:»t something n«ore 
than the mere notice of his death should be juesenteil to the public, lie waj* one 
of our revolutionary ])atriots. and acted a conspicuous part in our strui;yle for lib- 
erty. .At the commencement of the war he received the conunission of Lieiit<Mi.-int' 
Colonel, and was .attacdieil to the corps called tht> Flyini; C:imp. Tliev inn- 
marched to York Island, where they entereil into i-ontlict with the Hriti- 



326 THE BULL FAMILY 

The superior numbers of the latter soon caused the Americans to retreat to Fort 
Washington. They were pursued by the enemy, and after a brave and spirited 
resistance, were compelled to yield themselves prisoners of war! The Colonel, in 
company with Col. Ethan Allen, and several others, was then taken to the Jersey 
prison ship, where he was closely confined, and for three days deprived of food. 
He remained a prisoner for eighteen months, at the end of which time he was 
exchanged and returned to his family at Warwick Furnace. When our independ- 
ence had been achieved, he was called by his fellow citizens, to aid in re-modeling 
the constitution of his native State; and was for many years a member of the Leg- 
islature of the Common-^vealth, the duties of which he discharged to the entire satis- 
faction of his constituents. 

Col. Bull sustained all the duties of private life with exemplary fidelity. He 
was an affectionate husband, a kind parent, and an obliging neighbor. In him it 
may be truly .said, the poor have lost a friend. He was ever ready to give a help- 
ing hand to young men of merit, and there are many who bear grateful testimony 
to his kind and timely aid, and ascribe their success in business, and promotion in 
the world, to his fostering care. His life was protracted beyond the ordinary limit 
assigned to man. His latter end was supjjorted by the hopes and consolations of 
the Gospel of Christ. His departure was calm and peaceful; and he hath descended 
to the tomb like a shock of corn fully ripe in its season. 

APPENDIX I 

GENERAL JOHN SMITH'S COMMISSION AS A COLONEL 

To John Smith, Esquire. 

By Virtue of the Power and Authority invested in us, by the Delegates and 
Eepresentatives of the several Counties and Corporations in General Convention 
assembled, we, reposing especial Trust and Confidence in your Patriotism, Fidelity, 
Courage, and good Conduct, do, by these Presents, constitute and appoint you to 
be Colonel of the Militia of the County of Frederick; and you are therefore care- 
fully and diligently to discharge the Trust reposed in you, by disciplining all 
Officers and Soldiers under your Command. And we do hereby require them to 
obey you as their Colonel. And you are to observe and follow all such Orders 
and Directions as you shall from Time to Time receive from the Convention, the 
Committee of Safety for the Time being, or any superior Officers, according to the 
Rules and Regulation established by the Convention. 

GIVEN" under our Hands, at Williamsburg, this 8th Day of January, ANNO 
DOMINI 1776. 

EDM'D PENDLETON 
JOHN PAGE 
THOS. LUD LEE 
P. CANINGTON 
W. CABELL 
JS. MERCER 

APPENDIX J 
LEAF OF SMITH BIBLE 

Bible register of John Smith of Shooter 's Hill, Middlesex County, Virginia, 
and Mary Jaquelin, and partial register of John Smith (General) of Hickwood, 
Fredrick County, Virginia, and Animus Bull. 

John Smith and Mary Jaquelin were married the 17th day of No- 
vember 1737 By the Rev. Wm. Dawson at James Town. 

Augustine Smith was born the 3 of Janry about 5 o 'clock in the evening at 
York Town 1738 & Christened the 15th of Jan.ry by the Rev.d Wm. Fountain. 

Martha Jaquelin Smith was born 12th Nov.r 1740, it being on a Wensday 
about 11 o'clock in the fore noon, her Aunt her Godmother, 



Till': lilLI, I'A.MII.Y 327 

S;ir;ili Siiiiili \\;is Imhh thr I 1 1 li Ndv.r 17 I:.' iiliuiit '.I ii'rid.'k lit iii|{ht, hrr Aunt 
Cook \- \j. Sinilli with Mr. riiillip CrvtnoH, (iodfiit Iht & Mothrr. 

M;irv Sinitli \v:is Imrn I Iw I'.Mli Sc|it. ITtI at I'l ii 'cloi-k in tlir i,;» 

l\icli;inl Aiiililrr I'lsi].!- M.-ij. I'.iiKclcy ( ;(i.l fii I Ihts. Mrs. Ilnkclfv & MiLl. W i . \l. 

.I;ii{ii('liii Siiiiili w ;is liiini ihc 'Jd iif .Inly ITKi :i)ioiit II o 'i-lork in thf* mornitiK 

and dicil tlic L' Itli I'rii.y 17 17. 

I'lli/.aiictii Smitli was liorn tlir ■J'.Mli ]U-i-.v 17 17 ali't .". in tin- inornini; *•"! 'I'ril 

till" lot li ScptcnilMM- 17 IS 

John Smith was Imhii Ihc 7lh of M.iy I7r)il almnt ."> in tin- niomin);- ~ 
I']d\v;ir(l Smith was Imi-ii the I 1 1 h .Innc 1 7.')i; alioiit I in tin" morning;. 
Malhcw Smith was Inn ii thr \:\{\\ .lan.y 1 7 •">."> ati't I '_' at Noon — 
.lohii Smith \ .\nimiis I'.iill wi'ir mariird the Inth dav of Krhrnnrv 17- 

the i\e\-.d Mr. Stur>;i'ss in I'crkidcv. 

Maitlia Mai'ia Smith was horn the iMrd day of .lannarv I7s-_' |ii'tw«>cn six tt 

St'VlMl ('{(Mdv V. M. 

lOliza IianiW(dl Smith was horn the Inth day id" F(diruary I7->I ahont 12 ofTlork 
in the Nij^ht. 

John An>;ust inc Smith was horn the I'.ntli dav of .lannarv l7Ht» nl>out four 

oClock P. :\i. 

Edward .lai|ii(diii Smith was horn the ^luth day of I )i'ci'inlicr 1 7H7 hrtworn In ft 
olovon oChu iv 1'. M. 

Aufjustine Charles Smith was hoin the otli day id' Ajirii ITS!) uln>iit 2 oClovk in 

the morning. 

APPENDIX K 

LETTERS OF GENERAL JOHN SMITH AND OF MRS. ANNA SMITH 

Washington City, .\\<r\\ L'nd, I^Il'. 
Dr. Sir. 

I rec 'd your letter in answer to two of mine hy a mail of a few ilayr* |>a.Ht, A 
informed Mr. Clay of its contents. 

That gentleman has not heard lattdy from the committee at Kiehnioml, when 
he does, ycni sliall hear from me. — 

I passed an irl<some day yesterday in conclave, in cotise<|iien«'0 of f» ''nn 
fidential message from the I'resident 

The amt. of our deliberations will soon he known ic indeed I ealeula' 
offspring having been announced in l'hila<lelphia Itefore you reeeive • I 

confess I like not the jiolicy adopt(>d, hut certainly shall supi'ort it. .*»•< tin- will at 
the majority — From all tiiat I can learn, we have to look for war at no ili^^tant 
period — G. Britain is determined to maintain her present system, ic ih ninkini; 
arrangements to enforce it — We must therefore he upon the alert & prepare for 
the worst — I have not heard from home lately & am not perfectly at easo in 
consefjuence — It is a thing however that 1 often experience but at present I 
wish to hear that Maria 's well — 

We have at this moment cleared ship again to receive a report from the com- 
mittee on foreign selections — 

This tells you the storm thickens, f.u- this is .■xtra of the business of yester- 
day — I will therefore with my lo\ e to i;ii/.a A: my (i'd Uaugliter conclude with 
friendly salutations. .inn\ s\frTM 

My dear Sandy 

I have wished to answer your letter for some time but my iiaiM iiaa not rcov 
ered its firmness, even now f cannot command it, ami when I came to examine 
my stock of paper, coul.l only liml this defective sheet, excuse it my dear b<»y. 
aiid tell sister that the want of paper prevents my writein^ to her — Tell her too 
that I admire a good secret keeper, even supposeing the secret of no importance — 
love to her. 

We were all delighteil to see William for no one that knows him, can help 
loving him. dont you think he has grown a great deal— I'ncle John is scouring 



328 THE BULL FAMILY 

the bill ill order to meet the throng on the day of election. I hope brother Smith 
will do all he can for him amongst his neighbours, for he mil require the aid of 
all his friends! 

Wont you try and come down at easter if it is but for two or three days — I 
have not seen any thing in the shape of game since you left us untill the arrival 
of Wm. he brought in two rabbits — I beg Neds pardon he did shoot one bird 
this fan. 

offer my best love to dear Smith, and Mary, and Comp. & to Mrs. Meredith — 
be polite and civil to every one, but keep your opinions of them locked fast in 
your own breast — farewell my dear, dear child. A SMITH 

APPENDIX L 
CAPTAIN BOYD'S PENSION CERTIFICATE 

EEYOLUTIOXAEY AVAR EECOEDS SECTION 

3—525. 

DEPAETMENT OF THE INTEEIOE, 
Bureau of Pensions 

Washington, D. C, August 23, 1916. 

A statement of the military history of John Boyd, a soldier of the Eevolu- 
tionary Y"ar, in his widow's application for pension on file in this Bureau: 

Date of enlistment or appointment and length of service: September, 1776, 
to 1781, and February 10, 1781, to end of war. 

Bank: Lieutenant; Captain Company of Eangers. 

Officers under whom service was rendered: Colonel William Cook anu 
Colonel Thomas Craig. 

State: Pennsylvania. 

Eesidence of soldier at enlistment: Not stated. 

Date of application for pension: February 22, 1848. Her claim was allowed. 

Eesidence at date of application: Northumberland County, Pennsylvania. 

Age at date of application: Eighty years. 

Eemarks: He married May 13, 1794, Eebecca, daughter of General John Bull, 
soldier, died February 13, 1832. Their childi'en were: Sarah Haines, born April 
9, 1796; Anima Smith, born February 8, 1798, died November 24, 1801; Mary 
Phillips, born November 24, 1799, died December 7, 1801; Elizabeth Eittenhouse, 
born September 20, 1801; John Benjamin, born January 11, 1805, died August 1, 
1845; Yllliam Thomas, born November 29, 1805, died January 8, 1848; Maria 
J'Osepha, born September 16, 1808. 

APPENDIX M 

COL. ROBERT BULL 

[As a portion of the written and unwritten history of Perry Countj' we 
transfer the following into the Historical Department of The Freeman. Many 
years ago we read the pamphlet written by Captain White of Adams County, who 
afterwards for a time became a resident of Perry County, whose narrative is 
referred to by ' ' Aunt Beckie Neilson. ' ' The writer of this has inshrined in his 
memory as a " thing of beauty and a joy ' ' while life shall last, the kindness, the 
grace and gentleness of Grace Bull, the mother of Colonel Robert Bull. And all 
who knew her — and they were many — called her a "good woman, full of grace 
and truth. ' ' 

The mill owned by Colonel Bull 's father was the one first built in Eaecoon 
Valley, on the site of what has long since been known, and still is, as Donnelly 's 
Mill, on Eaecoon Creek. 



Till'] I?ri,T. I'AMII.V :j2iJ 

Tlic ''Liiii's (in llic hi:itli (iT <'(iliiiirl K'dlicrl Hull'' tin- vvrit<-r lirst srivv in 
iiinillisci'i |it .■ilidiit Is.'iii; ii \\;is llii-n II in Irist (Hul th.'it iv'dlicrl Klliolt c.)' IcUcMliiiry, 
li rot her of Iv'cx . I >i'. I ):i \ ii I 111 I icil t , w .-is 1 liri i- ;i ii I Imr. It is i|iiit i- likely that as f lii-v 

were cdiiird liy iii;iiiy yniin;.; | |>|i' .-ind h.-iinli'il .'ircniihl t'nr |iriv;itc I'iri'iilat ion in 

till' iii'i^li IiiiiIkiiiiI wliriT ('oldiifl i'liill was licst Uiiowii, I licy lia\c lost sonicvvliat, of 
llic |MM'liral [Milisli aiiil beauty in wiiii-li tlicy ori;,ri tia I ly a |i|)e.ire(l. Many thanks to 
''Aunt liei'kie Nei Ismi, ' ' and alsn to Seiialni- Smiley t'oi' re|iroi|iiei ii^ an intfr<'Ht- 
iiiy' item of the W'ai' nt' 1 ^ I L' with (lie;it I'.ritain. 

Nor let it lie sii|i|Misei| thai ('iplmiel Itiill ami his eom |ia t riot s were mere ania- 
teni- Noluntcers. Hull's siirreniler hail lel't a ilet'enselcss frontier, where Hritisli 
forces an<l British Inilians had |iossessioii of a |iortioii of oiir territurv. I'erry's 
victory on Lake taie did then tor Western I 'en ns\d \ a nia what the I'.attio of 
(lettyslmie did diiriiie- Hn' War of the li'eladlion for Middle and I'laslern J'enn- 
syU'ania. The liattleof ('hi|i|iewa and l.und\''s Lane were, considerinj^ the niiinher 
of troops enj^aLjed, as hard foii<;'lit and lierrely ronti'sted It.attlcs us were ever 
foiii;ht on the Continent of North A meric;!. Let not the history ot" the jiast be for- 
e-otton in the noise and din of later acts ot' heroic endurance and sutt'ering. — 
.1. A. Ii.] 

It siauiis that of late years, in eivinj;' \i'nt to our patriotism, we are ai'cus- 
tonied to la\ ish praise u|)on the heroes of the Great Rebellion, forgetting that there 
were other wars, and that there were heroes in those days. There were nien who 
in i-es|ioiise to the country's call went forth from the liills of Perry County to the 
battl(> fiidds of ^Fexico, and to the aoi-th(>rn frontier in the last war with (!reat 
Itritain, who wrote their ]iatriotisni with their own blood as indelibly as did the 
heroes of our generation on the l)attle fields of the Rebellion. The records of 
thes(» men's lives exist now only in family tradition, and the ''recollection of the 
(ddest inhabitants.'' These fireside stories, which will soon cease, contain many 
\aluable pages of history if they were carefully gathered. A few evenings since, 
ill company with a friend, I called at the home of "Aunt Beckie" Xeilson, in 
Center Township, near Bloomfield, and heard her tell her recollection of Colonel 
Robert Bull, who was slain at the battle of ("hijipewa on the ")th of duly, 1H14. 
(' ' Aunt Beckie Neilson'' was Rebecca Darlington Hull, the ninth and youngest 
child of William and [Sarah Bull. She married William Neilson.) Mrs. Neilson is 
one of those delightful, kind old ladies who makes everybody hajijiy who comes 
within the influence of lor jiresence, and altlnuigh the years of her jdlgrimage 
number almost four-score, yet her steji is steady, her eye undimnied, and her recol- 
lection of events that occurred nearly three-quarters of a century ago clear and 
distinct. Her story was substantially as follows: 

''When Governor Snyder issued his call for 14,000 militia to aid in repelling 
the British invasion of our northern l)ordei-, my cousin. Colonel Robert Bull, was 
among the first to go. His father at that time owned a grist mill in Raccoon 
Valley, where we all lived. Robert took with him also my brother, John Bull. 
From my brother and Captain Samuel White of Adams County, who called to see 
me in after years, I learned the story of the Colonel's death. On the ."ird of July, 
1814, the American army crossed the river (Niagara) and <'ai)tured Fort Erie. 
The second day afterward the army was ordered out to attack the British. 
Colonel Bull, before leaving camp, ordered my brother to remain with ilr. .Tones, 
a brother of the late Caldwallader .lones, Escj., of Elliottsburg. .lones was lying 
very low with an attack of dysentery, and my brother was ordered to attend him 
in the hope that his life might be saved. When (uir soldiers met the enemy, there 
was a call made for volunteers to go out ami drive off the Indians, who were firing 
upon our men from some place of concealment. About 300 men with a number 
of friendly Indians olfered to go. The Indians on our side were all commanded 
to tie strips of white muslin around their hats, so that they could be distinguished 
from the Indians of the British. They succeeded in driving the foe from their 
concealment, but were afterwards decoyed by some Indians with white bands on 
their hats into an ambush, where they were nearly all killed or captured. The 
hats with the white bands which they wore had been taken from the friendly In- 
dians they killed, and this strategem proved successful. Among the captured 
were Colonel Bull, Major Calloway and Captain White. Tli(\v were all robbed 



330 THE BULL FAMILY 

and stripped of their clothing, and compelled to march barefoot over the roughest 
kind of ground until they were almost exhausted. Captain White, who was a 
large man, told me when he came here on his visit that he was so far gone before 
they came to a final halt that at last a large Indian came behind him and would 
catch him by the shoulders and push him forward against another, who would 
keep him from falling down, and in this manner they worked him along. 

Soon after they had started with their prisoners an Indian raised his rifle and 
shot Colonel Bull through the body. He cried for help and fell, but the Indian 
rushed up, struck him -wath his tomahawk and scalped him in the most inhuman 
and barbarous manner. They then threw his body on a pile of brush and marched 
away. For weeks no tidings of his death came to his home. When my brother 
returned he had to pass the home of Colonel Bull 's father. I remember that he 
remained at Millerstown until dark so that he could pass the place without being 
recognized, and thus avoid communicating the sad news until they were pre- 
pared for it by first hearing the story from other persons. Jones died on the night 
of the battle of Chippewa. In order that he might have something of a Christian 
burial, my brother took his hatchet and knocked some boards off an old stable, 
with which he made a rough box coffin. He begged a sheet from a nurse, with 
which he enfolded him, and thus shrouded and coffined, he was laid in the ground 
for his final rest. My brother took sick immediately afterwards, and his illness 
prevented him from writing to us concerning his cousin 's death. It was sad 
intelligence when it came, for the whole nighborhood, but particularly for his 
father and an invalid sister, who never recovered entirely from the shock. It was 
said that the father had premonitions of his son's death by the singular stopping 
of the machinery of his mill, and the strange manner in which it started again 
on the very day that he was killed, at least it was to him a mystery which he 
looked upon as the harbinger of evil tidings concerning his son. Colonel Bull 
was an honorable, upright man, a Christian, and always noted for his benevolence 
and charity. It was said when smallpox broke out among his men he would visit 
their couches and minister to their wants, and on the Sabbath day all the time at 
his disposal was spent in reading the Bible and in holding religious conversations 
with the sick in the hospital. As an instance of his kindness of heart, I remember 
that an Irish woman, by the name of Williams, who lived with her two children 
in our neighborhood, had been deserted by her husband. She had no means of 
subsistence, and before leaving home Colonel Bull made the proposition to my 
father that, to prevent suffering in the family, he would make arrangements for 
furnishing them with flour if my father would provide them with firewood. I 
recollect that on a day when they were hauling her wood she selected a stick 
which she put carefully away under the bed, with the statement that if it pre- 
sented some particular appearance at the end of a certain number of weeks it 
would be a sure indication that the Colonel would never return home alive. At 
the designated time the stick was removed, and it presented the appearance she 
dreaded. The old woman made the most solemn asseverations that they would 
never behold the Colonel alive again, and singularly enough her predictions were 
verified. ' ' 

The good old lady closed her story with the statement that Captain White 
had written a narrative of their capture and imj^risonment, which was published. 



11 II'; liiLL I'AMiLV :',:i\ 

APPENDIX N 

(i-'riilii the MliisropMl Iv'rrdrilcr. 'I'rilMltc \<i Mis. M;iiI|i;i (I'.iiII) SllJlfcr.) 

''To iill who li;iil tlif |ilt';isiiiT and iMhitiita^c of an a('((iiaiiitaiii-c with this ex 
(•client la<ly, tlic iicriiliar luvcl i ncss of her (Iis|i(isi1 idn aii<l i-lia radiT was intifriatclv 
known. To tli.it ii.itiiial cxci'lli'iicc of niiini .-iml <lis|)ositioii wliidi ilist in^^uishcil her 
from early yoiit ii n|i t lii(iii;;li all the \ icissi tildes of life to the ilay of iiei- death, di vine 
l^raee had aildeil its cliaiiiis; aii<l fnr III yeai's or more she iiiailc the reli^ion of 
the Sa\i(iiir n\' Siiiiicis the ;^reat fi^()\'erii i ii;^ pri nri |]le. elnnents and irKidel of her 
life, diiriiii^ all nl' wliirli time she remaiiinl ;iii ;ii'ti\e, ronsisteiil and vr-rv ex- 
eiii|ihiry meiiilier nf the I'l-otestant ('linirli nf St. .Mary's, \\'arwi(d< TownHhi|i, under 
the rectorship (d' her revcreiid hrotiier ( li'i'V, l>c\i Hull, I). I).). As mit,'ht he ex- 
|iect(Ml t'roni :i lite sn const a iil ly de\'oted to active usefulness, and imlniecl so iniicli 
with the spirit nf piety, her einl was peace." 

from ;i lie\\s|i;iper of the day after his de;ith is the followinfj: 

''Jiidye Shafer was liorn in I'ottstown, Monti^nmery ('onnty, wliere lie spent 
the (>aidy days ot' his life. The stern, unhendin^' int<'}iiity e\ince(l hy liim in his 
transactions with his neij^hliors and friends, comhinod with his accnracy as an 
acconntant, and his inteili^euce, point(>d him ont as eminently ipialifieij to act in a 
Judicial capacity; and perha|)s no one in this community had a he;i\icr task 
allotted him than lie, in the settlement of estates, in the renderiiijr of ffiiardian- 
ship .accounts, and in inattors of kindred costs. I'ossessed of a liiyli sense of honor, 
and ki'cnlv sensitixe of ri>ilit, lie acteil for otiiei's as he would ha\'p done for him- 
self. 

''Without solicitation on his jiart, a|i|dic;it imi was made in the s]irin^ of 1849 
to (ioN'ernor .lohnstoiie in his behalf for the appointment of Associate .ludj^e in the 
courts of this (Chester) county, to fill a vacancy then occurrinj^-. ilaviiij^ serveU 
more than two years on the bench, the appointiii<; power was taken from the Gov- 
ernor and made elective by the jieople. At the "cneral election in 1851 Judge 
Shafer was elected for five years. Me received the united votes of both political 
jiarties, no candidate being run in upposition to him, an evidence of his extreme 
]>opularity both m his private and official capacit}^, a compliment very rarely be- 
stowed, and as deserved as it was generous. ITe held the office until his death 
on the 2()t]i of April, ISofi, at the age of 65 years and 1 month. 

"Judge Shafer jiossessed the elements of a true man and discharged the 
resjionsible duties of his station with singular jiropriety, discretion and firmness. 
Sound and impartial in judgment, diligent in business, and most amiable in temjier 
and disposition, he w^as universally regarded, and secured the entire confidence of 
th(> community. In his intercourse with the inembers of the Bar lie was not only 
affable and courteous, but kiiul and considerate, and was with them a uni\ersal 
favorite. It niay be said of Judge Shafer that no more Imnoialile or noble-mimled 
man ever adorned the Bench." 

APPENDIX O 

RICHARD A. CHAPMAN 

This business man of Sherman has lived in that city for more tlian half a 
century, and for forty years has been i<lentifie<l in an official capacity with the 
Merchants and Planters National Bank, of whi(di he is vice-jiresident. 

The family to which he belongs has had a long and honorable record of 
activities both in colonial and national history, having resided successivelv in 
Pennsylvania, Virginia, Tennessee, and other Southern States. The ('ha]inians 
were of English origin. Phillip Chapman was born in or aliout London. The 
father of Phillip Chapumn was for a long time a wealthy merchant in that citv. 
There were tour children of this family, three sons and one daughter. The two 
elder sons engaged in business with tiieir father, the youngest was sent to school 
in France and the sister in Spain. At a particular time the father was alone in 



332 THE BULL FAMILY 

London, the eldest son was in Ireland, perhaps on the firm 's business. The next 
son had gone to France and Spain to visit his brother and sister. During their 
absence their father died suddenly, presumably of apoplexy. Before the return 
of either son, the whole estate was seized and sold by the government, either for 
church or state purposes. Thus the children were left measurable destitute. Then 
Phillip Chapman went to Ireland and engaged in the wool-combing business. 
What became of his sister and two brothers is not known, nor the length of 
Phillip 's stay in Ireland, but it was probably not long. During the English per- 
secutions of the seventeenth century, Phillip Chapman fled to America and so far as 
is known was the original settler of the family in the United States. Benjamin 
Chairman, a descendant, once remarked that his relative's account of these perse- 
cutions made his blood boil. The exact time of Phillip Chapman's arrival in 
America is not known; presumably it was some time about the first of the seven- 
teenth century or in the course of the first half of that time. He settled first in 
New Jersey, the length of his stay not being known. He married and removed 
from Xew Jersey, settling in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, about 50 miles from 
Philadelphia. Here he died and was buried. His family consisted of two sons 
and two or three daughters. The name of the eldest was James^ the youngest 
Benjamin. One of the daughters married a Mr. Chaffer, the other a Mr. Brown. 
The former removed to Ohio, the latter perhaps to Virginia. 

James Chapman, a native of Pennsylvania, son of Phillip Chapman and grand- 
father of E. A. Chapman, moved to Sumner County, middle Tennessee, from Prince 
Edward County, Virginia. He was a very prominent American Revolutionary 
soldier, and was entitled to a sword from the government. The tassel was shot 
from the hilt of his sword at the battle of Long Island. He served several cam- 
paigns during the war, and in 1783 moved to Prince Edward County, Virginia. 
He was then called into service again, but his wife being sick, and Benjamin, his 
brother, being then old enough, the latter took the place of James in the army. 
In 1817 this Benjamin, the brother of James, removed from Charlotte County, 
Virginia, to Williamson County, Tennessee. He raised a large, pious family — two 
sons, Phillip and William, and several daughters. Many of the descendants still 
live in middle Tennessee. 

James Chapman lived in Virginia until he removed to Sumner County, Ten- 
nessee, arriving December 24, 1797, at King's Station, about two miles from the 
present site of Gallatin. Mr. King was the father of Rev. Samuel King, one of the 
ministers who constituted the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, and the Kings 
had been special friends of the Chapmans in Virginia. In 1799 Mr. Chapman lived 
on Desha's Fork of Bledsoe Creek. In 1800 he bought a tract of land near 
King's Station. He died the same year of consumption and was buried on King 
land near the station. This disease seems to have been hereditary. While a resi- 
dent of Virginia he was flat-boating and attempted to land in Richmond during a 
violent storm; he experienced great difficulty in so doing, took cold from ex 
posure which settled on his lungs, finally resulting in his death. 

James Chapman married Martha Kirkpatrick about 1772 or 1773. They had 
nine children — Phillip, the eldest; Alexander, John, Martha, Samuel, James, Ben- 
jamin, William and Mary. The latter came to her death by falling in scalding 
water. .James Chapman was extremely religious and was a member and ruling 
elder in the Presbyterian Church. Of the children, Phillip was born in Bucks 
County, Pennsylvania, May 26, 1773. He had three sons — John, Phillip and 
Newton. Nothing is known of John 's family. Phillip and Newton raised families 
in Ellis County, Texas, where some of their chiktren still reside. Alexander 
Chapman, of the above-named children, was born in January, 1776, in Bucks 
County, Pennsylvania, and died September 15, 1834. He was a Cumberland Pres- 
byterian minister and was regarded as one of the greatest revivalists of that 
denomination in his day. He has two grandsons who are widely known mis- 
sionaries in .Japan, Alexander Haile being one of them. Alexander Chapman has 
one grandson in Columbia, Tennessee, and some in Texas and Missouri. John 
Chapman, another son of James, was born in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, and 
died without heirs. Martha Chapman, also born in Bucks County, married a Mr. 
Brown, and had a large family, one of whom, John Brown, joined the Mormons at 



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;iii c.iih il.i 1 1', \\ I'll I witli tliciii IdSmH I ..I kr ( ity n ml Ii;ic| f lircc \vi \ (m ami t went y (ivf> 
cliililriii. S.iiiiiirl .'iml .Iniiirs wcrr Imlh Imrn in I'riinc l!iKv;iril 'iniiity, X'iri^iiiia, 
l)iit tlicri' is no record of tliciii. 

l'>riij;iniiii ( 'lia|>iiiaii, thr t'atlirr of li'irlia rd A. <'lia|itnaM, was l>orri in I'riiice 
Ivlwiii'il ('ouiity, \'ir<^i Ilia, July l.I, 17s'.*. Ilr was stalioiicil at I'msai-ola, l^'loriiln, 
(liirinji till' war of ISliI, ami dird I )i'iriiilit'i- I, Isiil, on the old liomcsti'ad in Miiddlt- 
'Pcnnossci'. .Mioiit isi^i; he mairii'd K'l liocca .\iiii Hull, \\ Iiom' jiatiTiial aiicj'storM 
caino frc)iii I'ln^laml aiiout His."). Ijcr niotliir was a Mi.ss Andrrson, and lo-r i;r;ini|- 
parcnts' siii'iianic Maliiii, whose liisfoiy dates liaidv to ahoiit Wi'lo, lia\inj^ first 
sottled .'it i I i 1 Islmid. Xortli <'arolina, ;iiid |iroMi i neii t ly pa rt ie i pa ted in the Keviilil- 
tionary \\':ii'. Tlie people ol' this seel ion l'rei|ueiit ly r.-iise(l Udiaci-o, |int it in tliifk- 
liended hoe shcai Is, in and Ihrniieh tjic nii<ldle of wliieh t liev inserted a st«)iit wooden 
jiin, placed over thiit two iioles, similar to the sliafts of a \(diic|e, ainl to this 
their o.xeii were hitidiecl, prejiaratory to the ndl trip to market. 

Benjainin ('liapiiiaii was a lioat Imihler liefore the days of st<'ainl)oats, and 
navigated his own lioats liy the ri\er current mi the ( 'iinil)erlaml l{iver and other 
rivt'vs ill 'reiiuessee to New Orle.'iiis. Here he disjiosed of hotii carj^o and lioat, the 
heavy timln'r of tlie latter lieiiiy useil for foundations of Ituildinjjs in New 
Orleans. Tliese boats were pvit toj;etlier with wooden pins, there hein^; no nails 
or iron in those days, even shingles on houses being so retained. He always ha<l a 
horse ahoanl lioat, tlie animal being used to carry specie and camp outfit on the 
return, which entailed a walk back home, a journey through a wilderness fraught 
with much danger, various tribes of Indians being encountered and tlie route fre- 
quented by robbers. As a mere matter of history, at this early date, the inhabi- 
tants as a rule could not get money to pay their taxes, and they were usually paiil 
in jH'ltry, such as the hides of all animals, taken from the records of Sumner 
County, Tennessee. Boat building was the regular business of Henjamin ('ha|)nian 
until is:;,"), at which date he settled down on a farm in Sumner County and 
remained tliere until his death in 1859. There were three children in the family of 
Beiijaniin Chapman, two of whom are still living. William A. Chapman, born 
August -, ls;V2, is on the old homestead in Sumner County. During the war be- 
tween the states he served in the Confederate army under General Morgan, was 
captured with the Morgan force in Ohio, and remained a prisoner until the close 
of the war. lie married Mildred Fry, and has throe daughters an<l one son, John, 
and several grandchildren. 

Richard A. Cliapman, who is now well past the age of fourscore years, was 
born November 29, 1S29, in Sumner County, Tennessee. There he was reared 
and educated, and most of his early training was acquired in a log schoolhouse 
three miles soutli of Gallatin. To (piote liis own words, he ''learned to write with 
a quill pen. seated on a split log, without a back, and no desk. Barefooted boys 
and girls w-aded in the branch and swung eacli other in grapevine swings, and had 
sweethearts as they do today. 

After living the first 3;^ years of his life in Tennessee, ^Fr. Chapman came to 
Texas in Fel)ruary, 1S()'2. lie volunteered for service in the Confederate army, 
and at the close of the war his company was disbanded at Houston. When he 
arrived in Sherman the town was a village of about 400 people, and all the sur- 
rounding country was a wild and open cattle range. He has seen deer, antelopes, 
buffaloes, and wild turkeys in great abundance throughout a country that is now 
covered over with smiling farms, towns, and other evidences of nuidern civilization. 
After the war he invested what little money he lu\d in merchandise and land, and 
has always prospered in his business affairs. When the Merchants and Planters 
National Bank was organizeil in 1S7;5 he becanu^ identified with its efficient man- 
agenuuit, and has served as its vice-president for about forty years. His own 
motto has been "a dollar saved is a dollar made with interest." No man lias more 
friends or has been trusted more implicitly in the community than this well known 
Sherman banker. 

Aliout 1S4S, before he reaidied his majority, !Mr. Chai>nian joined an old school 
Presl)ytcrian church. About fiv(> years later, in IS.lo, he was given liis first degree 
in the Masonic Lodge at Gallatin, Tennessee, and again to use his own words, 
■"found to my surprise that my mother had taught me tlie ]irinciples of the order 



334 THE BULL FAMILY 

from infancy. ' ' On leaving Tennessee in 1862, lie got a dimit from the Masonic 
order, and on reaching Sherman placed this paper with the local lodge and went 
into the Confederate army. He has always been loyal to the tenets of Masonry, 
although other affairs have kept him from as regular attendance as he could have 
wished. He is one of the oldest Masons in North Texas_, and feels that the teach- 
ings of the order are certain to bring into each life the highest ideals of service 
and character. Mr. Chapman believes that while churches may change their teach- 
ings, true Masons never do, and those who obey the strict rules and rites of 
Masonr_y must in all important respects conform to the highest ideas of the 
Christian life. 

On April 30, 1857, Mr. Chapman was married in Gallatin, Tennessee, to Miss 
Mary Vivian Fry, who was born in Winchester, Clarke County, Kentucky. Her 
father was a farmer and merchant of Winchester, and at one time represented his 
district in the State Legislature of Kentucky and was quite a prominent man. 
Mr. and Mrs. Chapman have five children, three sons and two daughters, as follows: 
James E., born in 18.58, married Helen Smith of Austin, Texas, and is a farmer 
and stock raiser near Sherman; Richard A., Jr., born in 1860^ married Nora May- 
field of Overton, Texas, and with George F., unmarried, constitutes the firm Chap- 
man Milling Company at Sherman; Mrs. Lulu Mayfield, the older daughter, is the 
wife of Allison Mayfield, one of the Railroad Commissioners of the State of Texas 
and one of the most prominent men in public affairs in the State today; Miss 
Mamie Chapman lives at home with her parents. 

Mr. Chapman has always been a Democrat and has given his j-eoman 's service 
to the party and to the cause of just government. The Chapman residence in 
Sherman is at 1301 East Lamar Street. 

APPENDIX P 
DEATH OF COL. D. H. BOUGHTON 

Col. Daniel H. Boughton, attached to the Tenth Cavalry, one of the most useful 
officers in the Army, died on Monday, August 24, at Fort Huachuca, Ariz., where 
his regiment is stationed, after an illness of six weeks. Col. Boughton was born in 
Minnesota on August 27, 1858, and entered West Point from Iowa in 1877. He 
was graduated four years later and assigned as a second lieutenant to the Third 
Cavalry, going on frontier duty in Wyoming after his graduation leave. In 1882 
he was in command of Indian scouts in Arizona. He was promoted to first lieu- 
tenant in 1885, and was an honor graduate of the Infantry and Cavalry School of 
the class of 1887. From 1890 until 1894 Col. Boughton was stationed at West Point, 
first as assistant to the quartermaster and then as instructor in law and also as 
assistant professor of history. 

While at the Military Academy Col. Boughton was admitted to the bar of 
New York, and when stationed at Jefferson Barracks in St. Louis he attended the 
Washington University and graduated with the degree of LL. B. He commanded 
a troop of the Third Cavalry at the battle of San Juan and the siege of Santiago- 
in the war with Spain and was recommended for the brevet of major. In July, 
1900, he left Washington with a squadron for China, but at Nagasaki his destina- 
tion was changed to Manila, Peking having fallen. In the islands Col. Boughton 
was placed in command of seventeen organizations, troops, and companies in the 

1902 campaign, which resulted in the surrender of Gen. Malvar. He had charge in 

1903 of the distribution of supplies and aided in establishing civil government in 
the provinces of Batangas, Laguna, and Mindoro. He distributed 22,000,000 
pounds of rice — purchased shiploads at a time — for the benefit of the natives of 
those provinces. 

Col. Boughton was promoted to a captaincy in 1896. major. Second Cavalry, 
in May, 1903, was transferred to the Eleventh"^ Cavalry in October of that year, 
and then to the Fifth Cavalry in 1909. He was senior instructor in the depart- 
ment of law at the Army Service Schools at Fort Leavenworth from 1904 to 1906, 
and then as senior instructor in the department of military art until 1908, in the 
meantime also serving as commandant of the Army School of the Line and Staff 



Til 10 I Ml, I, KWlll.V :«.') 

('ollc^c. Ill' \\;is :\ iiiciiihi'i- (if till' i^i'iiiT.-il st:ilT t'iDiii I'.His t(i I'.iIl:, ;iih1 wriH (jradii- 
iitcd fniin the Army \\;ir ( '(illi';;r in I'.Mn. 'j'hc lnlhivvi n^^ yr;ir li(> wsis [(roinotnl to 
li,. lit I'll,! Ill idliiiicl (if (•;i\;iliy ;iimI \\:is :i(l\iim'i'il to roloncl on .\|>iil .''U last. 

('iii. I Ioiii;lit(iii 's sci'\ ices in <iili;i in iS'.IS (■licitci! ;i letter troiii < 'ol. KfKJSOVcIt 
on l''clini;irv '_', isii'.i, to tlic I'rcsicleiit, in uliicli tlie tlirii jrovcrnor of New York 
siiiil: ''! li;ul tlu' i^ooil t'ortiinc to lie .-in eyewitness to < 'ol. I'oiii^liton 's eool four- 
;ii'-e ;iii(l soldierly i^ood coniliiit iit tlii' exticine front in tin' S:i iit i;it,'o fiylitinj^ aii'l 
I spoak of liiiii with t lie most ii ii rese r\ cd |ii-:iise. lie is as j^ood .-mi olVicer as there 
was in the c.-iviilrx ilixision. I s:iw him ;it the extreme front .-it tin; imkI of the 
.liil\- 1 liyht, when he re|ioited to me. .\ t th:it time there h:id Ix'C'Il HOIIie talk of 
retirine' and he came o\er, ha\iiii^' |ii'e\iously re|iorted to nie I'm- iliity, to state that 
he iKiil heard the rumor and wisheil in most em|diatic manner to protest ami to 
state that he was certain we coiild hohl oiir |i(i^itioii aj^aiiist any force the Span- 
iards coiihl possildy liriii^ to lieai ai^ainst ii-. lie, ;it this time, was one of those 
stationecl at the exlicme ri;^lit tlank and hail lo ;;iiard his flank as well as his front; 
but 110 one who saw the cool stdf-conlideiice and t horou^ili mastery of his profession 
wliii'li lie showed throuehoiit the fij^lit could dmilit his ahilitv to more than make 
liis words e'ood. lie led his troops in e\-er\- charec. j c;innot too hi;^hly coiniiientl 
liim. ' ' 

|)iiriiie- (ol. 1 !(Mi>;litoii 's career in the I'lii lip|iines he was |iract ically in coni- 
niaiid of the troops at the time of the action that caused the surrender of Mahar. 
Of his services in coiuiectioii with the wiiunjr out of the last insurrection in the 
Philipi>ines, Gen. J. P. Bell, the then brigade coiiimaiider, said: "Though all my 
staff officers jierforiued their respective duties in an able manner satisfaetory to 
iiie, their o)i]iortiinities varied, and 1 deem it no invidious distinction to state my 
coiix ictioii that without the exceptionally valuable assistance of Captains Bough- 
ton, Daxis, and .lolinsoii, 1 could not possibly have accomplished the pacification 
of this liriead(> in so short a space of time. These three officers have had ample 
experience and were masters of their special lines of work. They lalK)red — as did 
othei's — night and day, and their zeal, industry, energy, sound Judgment, r.bility, 
and initiative ciuild not have been surpassed. It is with a feeling of profound 
isatisfaction and appreciation that I hereby acknowledge my obligations to them." 

On the departure of his regiment Major Bonghton remained in the islands for 
one year to handle the jiroblem of sup]ilyiiig rice to the ]iro\iiices that had not only 
felt the force of the insurrection, but had also been depopulated by cholera, and 
-where the beast of burden had been eliminated by the scourge rinderpest. In 
this year he purchased in China over a million dollars' worth of rice and furnished 
it to- the starving people. Yet so able was his conduct of this affair that there was 
no cost to either the Federal or to the Philipiiiiie government, and yet rice was 
sold cheaper in the sections controlled by Major Boughton than anywhere else in 
the islands, and the poor were fed without return. 

On his return from the islands ^lajor Boughton was detailed at head of the 
law deiiartmeiit of the School of the Line and Staff College. As Major Boughton 
was not only a graduate of West Point, l)ut of the St. Ijouis I.,aw School as well, 
he introduced at Leavenworth the university system of instruction, and due to this 
fact more than any other has l)eeii tiie great growth of those institutions with 
their marked eti'ect u]ion general staff' work throughout the army. T.,ater he was 
placed in charge of the department of military art and later made assistant com- 
mandant of the schools. 

In 19ns he was brought to Washington on the general staff, where he took 
charge of the military information dixision. and through his ett'orts cooperation 
was seciirt>d with the geidogical surxcy in the matter of military maps of the entire 
country. 

Col. Boughton 's work on the general stalT will l)e best reiiiemliered on account 
of his authorshi)! of the field-service regulations. Of this woi k Cen. Bell, who was 
chief of staff at the time, wrote to Col. Boughton: '"It may be a source of some 
gratification to you to know that I ha\e iiexer heard an unfavorable comment 
about the new' field-service regulations, but have heard on the contrary, many vol- 
untary commendation.s thereof. As for my own opinion, I consider it the best type 
of field-service regulations e.xisting in any ser\"ice. The work you did in conjunc- 



336 THE BULL FAMILY 

tion with coordinating the courses of instruction in the different schools included 
in our educational system must necessarily have great value, which can only be 
fully appreciated by those cognizant of the labor involved." 

In the summer of 1913 Col. Boughton began to break in health under the heavy 
work in the tropics, and in October of that year he was invalided home. After six 
or seven months Col. Boughton requested to be returned to duty. It was his ambi- 
tion, with the soldierly spirit which was a predominating trait, to serve actively 
to the end. He regarded retirement, even for physical disability, in his case as a 
veritable calamity. On his return to duty at Fort Huachuca his untiring mind 
would not let him rest, but he started in to work with his old-time restless spirit. 
But the body could not respond. It was only one week before his death that he 
would let the doctor place him on sick report. Then he gradually sank until Fri- 
day, the 21st, when he lapsed into unconsciousness and passed away at 3:1.5 a. m. 
Monday, August 24. His body was brought to Arlington and laid away with 
Masonic ceremonies August 31. 

APPENDIX Q 

GENEALOGY OF JOSEPH EDWARD WAYNE, WHO MARRIED CLARA ELIZ- 
ABETH MILLER, VII-228-a 

Captain Anthony Wayne, born in 1666, on the border of Derbyshire, England, 
married Hannah Faulkner from Holland. He was Captain of Dragoons under 
AVilliani III at the battle of the Boyne. His grandson was General Anthony Wayne 
of the Kevolutionary Army. 

Jacob and Elizabeth Wayne lived in Philadelphia in 1731. He was a member 
of Christ Church. 

William Wayne was born January 2, 1731, and was baptized at Christ Church, 
Philadelphia. He was married (1) to Sarah Gillingham, and (2) February 27, 1784^ 
to Sarah Hardy. 

Samuel Wayne, born February 10, 1763; married at Christ Church, Philadel- 
phia, December 28, 1784, to Elizabeth Curtain. 

Joseph Wayne, born September 11, 1793, died December 30, 1864; married to 
Ann Dallam, daughter of Samuel and Susannah Dallam of Maryland, by the Eev. 
Jacob Broadhead. She was born October 4, 1799, died September 2, 18.53. 

Joseph Wayne, born December 31, 1832, married November 13, 1856, Julia, 
Varney, daughter of Jesse and Margaret Varney. 

Edward Francis Wayne married Jennie Clevenger Schober. 

Joseph Edward Wayne. 

APPENDIX R— Reference to III-2-e 
RUSH FAMILY 

John Eush commanded a troop of horse in Cromwell 's Army. At the close of 
the war he married Susannah Lucas, at Horton in Oxfordshire, June 8th, 1648. ' 
He embraced the principles of the Quakers in 1660, and came to Pennsylvania in 
1683, with seven children and several grandchildren, and settled at Byberry. 13 
miles from Philadelphia (but now a part of that city). In 1691 he and his whole 
family became Keithians and in 1697 most of them became Baptists. He died at 
Byberry in May, 1699. His sword is in possession of Jacob Eush and his watch of 
General William Darke of Virginia. 

He had issue (as appears by a record in his own handwriting now in the pos- 
session of Doctor Benj. Eush), viz.: 

Elizabeth b June 16, 1649. Married Eichard Collet. 

William July 21, 1652. 

Thomas Nov. 7, 1654. Died in London 4-18-1676. 

Susanna Dec. 26, 1656. Married John Hart. 

John 3rd Mo. 1st, 1660. 



THK \W\A. I'AMILV :;37 

I''r;ilicis I'ml Mo. Mil, KK'.'J. 

.I.-iitu's 7tli Mil. lilst. ICifil. r.iirir.l ,it l'.,iiilMiiy, 1 li I lt;7l. 

.loscjili intli M(i. 'JC, KWlCi. 

I'l.lw.-ird '.itii Ml.. 1^7, I(i7(i. 

.Iiiiic 1-tli .Mil. 1:7. Ifl7:i I. .Miiiiiril .Idlni |);irki'. 

William K'lisli, sun uf .loliii .■mil Susaiin.i. 111,1 iiini in I'ln^^l;! inl ,'iii<l liml i.wsiio. 
Siisaiui;!, w liii niairicil .Idhn Wchstcr ami I'ml .luliti (lillirrt. 
James, married ixicliaiil i'cait. 

Eli'/ahi't li, m;inii'il Timotliv St ciilicnson, ami liy a "Jnij witV. nanic iiiikiiovvn. 
Saraii (at lii^t r.alli'il .\iirclia), niairicii l);i\iil .Mcreditli. 
William, married i'lli/.ahet li lludi^es. 

The father died at Hylierry in the year KiSS, (i\,. years after his arrival in 
tliis country. 

Taken from a t'ainih- ciiart in l.ssl. 



APPENDIX S— Reference to III-2-e 

MEREDITH FAMILY 

David Mereditii settled in Kadnor Township, Chester, now Delaware County, 
Pennsvlvania. 

1 
Meredith Da\id :^ Sarah Hush. (Sarah Hush) called Aurelia until her 

Children took their father's first name marriage and baptism. 86 years old 
for their last name. when she died. Left 100 descendants. 

Born 1675. 
Died 1754. 

CHILDREN. 
.1 Susannah ^= Hayes. 

li David = Elinor (iarrett — married 1738 daughter of Geo. and Ann Garrett of 
b .Ian. 21), 1713. Whiteland, members of Friends Meeting of Goshen. 
(• l\e])eri'a = .lohn Jenkins. 
d William = Mary Lloyd, 
e Rachel =^ Connelly. 

f Joseph Went to Cape Fear and ne\er returned, 
jr John = Mary Cloyd. 

h Mary ^ Daniel Bean or Bane — .lune 111, 1747. 
i Hannah = Guest. 

"They had several children who died young, one of them was lost and per- 
ished in the woods. ' ' 
David Meredith = Elinor Garrett. 



a Ann. 

b Esther. 

c Hannah. 

d Daniel. 

e George 

f Sarah = John T'.ull. 

g Elijah. 

h Alice. 



338 THE BULL FAMILY 



APPENDIX T 



List of members of family in active Miltaiy and Naval >Service during the 

war with Germany and Austria: 

Hubert O. Anderson — 135th U. S. Infantry, Company B, American Expeditionary 
Force, France. 

Marvin Anderson — Navy Hospital Unit No. 2, Great Lakes Naval Training Sta- 
tion, Illinois. 

Eobert Baumaster — U. S. Army. 

Newton Clarence Bernheisel — Company A, 5th U. S. Engineers, American Expedi- 
tionary Force, France. 

William Lawrence Bernheisel — Headquarters Company, 56th U. S. Pioneer Eegi- 
ment of Infantry, American Expeditionary Force, France. 

"William Thomas Boyd — Captain, Coast Artillery Corps. 

William H. Brooke — Lieutenant Colonel, 14th U. S. Infantry. 

David Macomb Bull — Ca^Jtain, U. S. Engineers, American Expeditionary Force, 
France. 

Frank Nichols Bull— Captain, 46th U. S. Field Artillery, School of Fire, Fort Sill, 
Oklahoma. 

Goold Hoyt Bull — Lieutenant Commander, U. S. Naval Fleet Eeserve, Inspector 
of Machinery for Torpedo Destroyers, General Electric "Company, Erie, 
Pennsylvania. 

Goold Norman Bull — Midshipman, U. S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland. 

Henry Tilghman Bull — Colonel (temporary), U. S. Infantry, Commanding Train 
and Military Police, 11th Division, Camp Meade, Maryland. 

James Armitage Bull — Lieutenant Commander, Paymaster Corpjs, U. S. Naval Fleet 
Eeserve, U. S. Naval Supply Depot, Base 6, Queenstown, Ireland. 

Wilfrid Douglas Bull — Private First Class, American Sanitary Service, Section 630, 
Ambulance Service, with 7th Eegiment, French Infantry, France. Commis- 
sioned First Lieutenant, U. S. Army, and assigned as Assistant Military 
Attache at American Legation, Berne, Switzerland. 

Alfred T. Clifton — Lieutenant Colonel, U. S. Signal Corps, Camp Meade, Maryland. 

Stanley Palm Clymer — Troop K, 16th U. S. Cavalry, Brownsville, Texas. 

Francis Graham Coates — Captain, 3rd U. S. Field Artillery, American Expeditionary 
Force, France. 

Jesse Coates — Major, U. S. Aviation Service, American Expeditionary Force, 
France. 

Charles Thomas Davis — Captain, 107th Pioneers, British India Army. 

George Emard Fidler — Quarter Master's Corps, LT. S. Army, American Expedition- 
ary Force, France. 

James Eandlette Finley — Major (temporary), U. S. Infantry, Camp Meade, Mary- 
land. 

Thomas Dewees Finley — Major (temporary), U. S. Engineers, American Expedi- 
tionary Force, France. 

Howard Frissell — 140th Eegiment, U. S. Infantry. 

Patrick Frissell — Major, U. S. Aviation Service, Exj^ert Flier, Lonoke, Arkansas. 

Thomas Taylor Frissell — ^Major, Quarter Master's Corps, U. S. Army, San Fran- 
cisco, California. 

William Bull Gauthier — Lieutenant, Company C, 56th U. S. Engineers, Search 
Light Division, American Expeditionary Force, France. 

William Frederick Halford Godson — Colonel, Intelligence Department, U. S. Army, 
Military Attache, American Legation, Berne, Switzerland. 

William Frederick Halford Godson, Jr. — First Lieutenant, U. S. Cavalry, West 
Point, New York. 

Eoscoe Willis Hall — Captain, U. S. Army Medical Corps, Director of Gas Shock 
Hosjiitals, American Expeditionary Force, France. 



Till': I'.ri.h iw.Mii.v 339 

\\iHi;iin I Icil.i'it, Harris lltli ( '(Uii |i;mi y, I'. S. Cniist Artillrrv ('o|-|is. 

i:icli:inl llartjc — Tra i n i ii}^ (a nip, ( i ordoii , Kent m-kv. 

|)a\i(l li\iii llcdricli Lieut ciia ii( ( 'mnnia mlir, I'. S. \a\y, in service ;it sea witli 

( 'nil \ ()\- S(|\iail roil. 
|;al|ili r.iill lIcMcli — Trainiii^i- ( 'aiii|i /,a<'liaiy ■I'aylur. 
llerlieit l^aiiisoii In T. S. \av_v, in service in M eili t erranea n. 
Wallace I'^rankliiiy- Meclilinf^ — Corporal, l'. S. Sit^iiai Corps, Forr Leavpinvort Ii, 

Kansas; .lied ot' inllneu/.a, Octnlier IS. li)l,S. 
William Moor( — .Surt^coii, I', fcj. iNaval Su|>|ily Ste:uiisliip Minnesota. 
Lowndes Davis Morion — In T^. S. Army Aviation Service. 
William Landiert Morton Cliief Marliinist Mate, C. S. .\a\y. 
I'irslvine Xeide— ('apt ai n ( tem pora r.\- ) , (^)u;iitcr Master's ''orjis, l'. S. .\rmy, War 

department, Washineton, D. C. 
Cliee\er lleriiert Neuliall I'irst Lieutenant, I'. S. Aviation Ser\ii-e, War liepart- 

nient, Washington, I ). ( '. 
hanitd Noco — Cajitain, [' . S. Lol;! neers. 

Walter Pridj^oii — Ma.jor, V. S. Infantry, American Kxi>editionary Force, France; 
retnrned to Hnitod States and jiromoted to Lieutenant ('olonel (temporary), 
V. S. I nlantr.y. 
Thomas K'oherts Keatli — Serjeant, V. S. ]\rariiie Corjis, American Ex[>e<litionary 
Force, France; was lulled in action at Chateau Thierry, France. Hail been 
cited for bravery and recommended for a commission. 
Gerald "Rich— IT. S. Cavalry, Texas, 
liasil ]\'orris Hittenhouse — Lieutenant Colonel (temjiorary), U. S. Infantry, Camp 

Pike, Arkansas. 
Henry Cl.vde Roberts — 23rd Company, IT. S. Coast Artillery Corps. 
Addison May Rothroek — Captain, .Medical Corps, IT. S. Army, Medical Replacement 
No. 25, and with the 3l)l)tli Regiment, U. S. Infantry, American Expedition- 
ary Force, France. 
Harry Abraham Rothroek — Captain, Medical Corps, U. S. Army, Fort Oglethorpe, 

Georgia. 
Frank Jacob Schaefer — Cadet in Aviation, Universit.v of Illinois. 
Archibald Alexander Smith — U. S. Naval Radio Service. 
Harry William Stark — Ma.jor (tem]iorary), U. S. Coast Artillery Corps, Fort 

Thomas, Kentucky. 
Merl .lohn Starner — Sergeant, Battery D, LlTth l"i(dd Artillery. 
John Boyd Stone — U. S. Navy at Ch-eat Lakes Training Station, Illinois. 
William Edward Stone — First Lieutenant, Infantry, Camp Grant, Illinois. 
Wilson Cani})bell Turner — U. S. Infantry. 
Arthur Thomas Vesse.v — Corporal, Company C, l()2nd Regiment, T*. S. Infantry, 

American Expeditionary Force, France. 
Charles Shanman West — First I'.attalion Canadian Troojis, I'.ritish Expeditionary 

Force, France. 
Jaquelin Clarke Wells West — la training with S. .\. T. 's at A. A: M. College, Col- 
lege Station, Texas. 
William Dwiglit Whitney — In Canadian Aviation Service. 
Thomas Homer Veager — Cajjtain (temporary). Engineer. I". S. Coast Guard Service. 

Navy Department, Washington, 1). C. 
Paul Edwin Zeigler — Captain Trench Mortar I'latoon, lli'th V. S. Infantry. Amer- 
ican Expeditionary Force, France. 
Ralph Miller Zeigler — Corporal, Company l>, I Nt 1'. S. I^ngineers, American Ex- 
peditionary Force. 



INDEX 



AlxM-iiiilhy, Alinii l'""' 

Uilll ir ""' 

IScssic -<>•! 

Dcliliih C. (MoCombs) K""' 

KH KHiL'!):! 

Mary Kiuiiy (Wiisoii) -":'• 

Adams, AIumIimiu ''-l 

Antiii 11" 

viiiia (liull) •'•■ 

Burn T'T 

(hiiilcs Klliott ()!)1-IS 

< hai-lcs Sulliviin H-l 

Coi'iielirt Iliti- (Tunier) .■!'••'{ 

Donald US 

Emelii\e (BiilU <'>f^ 

Kniniii "•' 

Emina .Ti'ssie -^J^ 

Knniia (Wilson) |^^;; 

(it'oi-Kt' •"•"•"' 

Geovfce William 23:i-:«i:'. 

Guild ID^ 

Jemima •''•^ 

John ^f>-f>^ 

(President) John 20 

John Alexander -°3 

John Calvin ^^'l^^, 

Lela Kvelyn -^'•'' 

Lilv ColuniI)ia (Wilson-Howard) 1117 

LloVd Harold -S-"{ 

I.uev Webb ;!0:i 

I.ulu 1117 

l.una 107 

Margaret -'2 

Margaret Snyder 11" 

Marv J 1^7 

Mildred Myrtle 2S3 

M. J. (Geddy) 117 

Nancv Davison •^'03 

Pearl Marie 2S3 

Purl Burrett inS-liS:? 

Rebecca !,'•• 

Robert 2t-;i:> 

Roberta •i*'-^ 

Rov Elam 283 

Rush 107 

Sarah Grace /""^ 

Sarah Jatiuelin (Murdock) 242 

Susan -^-^ 

Thomas C r)3-117 

Vivian Estella 28.3 

William -[521 

William Jaquelin 242 

William Townsend 143-242 

Wilson Uonney 283 

Adaii son, Arthur Jay 217 

Edith (Zuelika) 217 

Addams, Alite (Opdengraeff) 7 

Elizabeth 7-315 

Richard '"° 

Albin, ^Margaret l-> 

Alden, (Rev.) Timothy 42 

Alker, Mary Lois 210 

Allen, Bell (Pope) 280 

Bob Pope 2*0 

Charles Barber in5-280 

(Colonel) Ethan 32(j 



.MriiUs, .Viina (Henderson)... 

.\iiMc Hull 

Caioline .lacob.s 

Caroline .liicoba (Bull) .. 

Kli/a .lane 

Hamilton 

.lanii 



Itiit 220 
M4 
H4 

H4 

... .S4 

:!!IH4 

3JJ 

.I..I111 Hamilton 1*51> 

Levi r.i.ll 84-122-100-220 

.Martha S4 

.Marlli.i niamilton) '•'•'•) 

.\nilder, Ki.-hard .''.27 

Amelunka, Freida 202 

Ammerman, (Jertrude i^* 

Anderson, Alma Ellen 281 

Alma Leach 105 

Amanda E 101 

Ann 15 

.\nna 2fiS 

Bertha (Humphrey) 280 

Cecile E 209 

Columbia Ad(dia 102 

Columl)ia Bell 103 

Columbia ( McKerron-English) 101 

Dorothy 280 

Eleamira (Meredith) 201 

Elizabeth Bernice 279 

Elizabeth .1 101 

Elizabeth Virginia 291 

Emma Lorice 281 

Enuna Williams 105 

Eva Estelle 105 

( Captain i Evan 14-15 

Flossie Irene 195 

Forst Hill 194 

Horace Clvde 193-270 

Herbert 211-201 

Hubert 2(i9-.3.3.8 

Hugh Elmo 194-280 

He Elo 194 

.lames Carev 102 

Jane (Bull) 47 

.lasin McFerron 102-194 

Jasin Thomas 194 

Joe Holt 195-281 

.luanita Jeannette 280 

Julia (Antine) 280 

Lena Lorice (Kerley) 281 

Leone (Preuss) 279 

Mabel (Moore) 279 

Margaret .\inanda 47 

Margaret Eleanora 201 

.Marvin A 269-3:{S 

Marv A 279 

Marv Bell (Towers) 279 

Mary Vea 279 

Mattie Irene 193 

Mattie L. (Conlv) 193 

Mollie B. (Buckwalter) 209 

Kancy S'parks 53 

Nancv Sparks (Quinn) r>^ 

OliveV Lacv 193-279 

Oliver Leith 279 

Gnita 103 

Richird Alexander 102 

Kussell A 1>;0 209 

Sadie E. (Williams) 194 

Samuel 20-47 



INDEX 



Anderson, Samuel Joseph 101-102-193 

Samuel Judson 193-279 

Sarah Ann - 102 

Sarah Catherine - - 28() 

Thomas Wilson 47-53-101-102-195 

Virginia Ellen 279 

Virginia Irene (Lacy) 193 

Walne - 280 

William Earle 193-280 

Antine, Julia - 194 

Arbuckle, Thomas - 44 

Ardenaw. Arthur P 217-294 

Charlotte LeStrange 294 

Charlotte Milnor (Gillet)- 294 

Frederick P - 294 

Jeannette Milnor 294 

Natalie -- - - 294 

Armstrong, (Colonel) 30 

Sarah -- SO 

Arndt, Walter J 99-189 

Arnold, Ellie 98 

Emma - - 99 

Ashbridge, Phebe Ann 56 

Asheraft, S'arah Jane 70 

Atherton, Henry 15 

Atwood, Charles Nelson 199 

Gertrude (Colyer) 283 

Grace Elizabeth .- 283 

Levi Orville ...199-283 

Kosella (Burrows) 283 

Augur, Ellen Adair .- 224 

Austin, George Darley 242 

Mary Darlev (Jackson) 242 

(Dr.') Walter Lee 143-242 

Axe, Mary 191 

Babcock, Edward 214 

Frank 115-214 

Mary Bull (Milligan) 214 

Bachman, Elsie Ellsworth 214 

Badger, Emily Hannah 36 

Nannah (Buck) 36 

Stephen 36 

Baer, George - 158 

Nellie Oliver 158 

Baggett, Alice May 249 

Anna Florence (Mechling) 249 

George S 150-249 

James Percv 249 

Pearl Maud 249 

Bailey, Clara Elizabeth 164 

Helen Morrison ._ 308 

John Morrison 308. 

Maris McClellan .". 255-308 

Rachel A. (Light) 255 

Sallie L. (Morrison) 308 

Thomas J. A 255 

Bair, Bessie Maud 112 

Emanuel 98 

Jeremiah 112 

Baker, Daisy (Schriber) 303 

Edward Stuart 234 

Henry Ball 2S4 

Jacob 132 

Katherine (Street) 234 

Louise Fontaine (Davison) 233 

Mary Eltinge 234 

Maury Davison — 234 

Maurv Valentine 303 

Robert Magill 234 

(Rev.) Robert M 132-233 

T. Christian 233-303 

Balcomb, Seth A 173 



Baldwin, (Dr.) Cornelius C 60 

Eleanor Conway 60 

Nelly Conway .'. 60 

Ball, Ann Magill (Fauntleroy) 306 

George Washington 239 

Mary Beverly (Randolph) 239 

(Dr.) Robert Randolph 239-306 

Ballard, Hazel G 227 

Banks, John Marvin ._. 205 

Banta, Caleb B 181 

Barber, Alpha 285 

Carrie (Price) 285 

Cyrus 200-285 

Emma Colton 89 

M. J 200 

Price 285 

Samuel 285 

William ; 200 

Barklev, Alice 277 

Charlotte 277 

Earl 277 

Earl Alexander 277 

Floss E. (Starr) 277 

Henry 100-191 

Lottie E. (Marion) 277 

S. Catherine (Bull) 191 

William Henry 191-277 

Barnard, Henry 321 

Barndollar, Catherine (Morgan) 284 

Ford , 284 

Josephine Helen 284 

Barnes, Jennie 162 

Barnett, Sadie 163 

Barney, Helen Mollie (Roberts) 310 

Marion Adeline 310 

Russel Harrison 268-310 

Barnwell, Achsa Maud 146 

Barr, Anna G 118 

Elizabeth 69 

Eva (Manchester) 215 

Grace 118 

Harry C 53-118 

Henry Clay 118 

Hobart 118 

Iva C 118 

Lillie W 118 

May 118 

Robert B 118-215 

Susan (.A.dams) 118 

Walter S 215 

Barrick, Barbara Jane 292 

Elizabeth Ill 

Harry 211-292 

. Lucille (Meredith) : 292 

Robert Meredith 292 

Barron, Margaret : 115 

Bartell, Mary Jane 119 

Bartholomew, Edward 77 

Emilv Cleaver 77 

Emily (Cleaver) 77 

Baumaster. Robert 272-338 

Beailly, Arnswell 321 

Bean, Daniel 337 

Bearss, Lewis 43 

Beattv, Adaline (Smith) .'. 174 

Adella B 91 

Arthur Sinclair 264 

Belinda 90 

Bertha Elizabeth 264 

Bertha Linwood (Rich) 264 

Caroline E 264 

Calvin Rush 90-174 

Catherine 43 

Earl H 264 



IXIjEX 



III 



]5c,illv, K.iil Hustings 1741.'C>4 

KI.Mii.ir Bull ■!•■'. 

Kliziili.ili 4:{ 

Kliziilifth (Hull) -1- 

Fr.'.l l\iir<hil(l 174'_*(U 

(inicr Bull 4-'! 

Helen M i:i">4 

llcmirlla W !»1 

lliuiv Hull 4-.' 

Idii (Kluinph) 174 

.iHuus 23-42 

Jauu's Wallace !K»-1-4 

John Ihiiiy !K>.174 

Laura Mayes 174 

Lester Kov 174 

Luther (' !I2 

Mar-ari'ttii Klla (Smith) 171 

Mar_'aretta Larimer l'l'>4 

Martha 42 

Marv Carr (Sinclair) 2C.4 

Marv (Deyo) '••2 

Mary Klizaheth (Smith) 174 

Kayuiciud Wallace 174 

Ixiiharil llastinss 2ti4 

Kdxanua 4^> 

Sa.lie .1 02 

Sarah Anna 174 

William Harrison 4302 

William Roberts 01-174 

William Rush 174 

Bebb, Helen 11:'- 

Beerbower, Eleanor 14S 

S'allic B. (Stephens) 14S 

Beery, Orpha Thompson (Cochran) :507 

James Scott 307 

William C 248-307 

Belknap, Charles 217 

Boll, Anna Hardv 143" 

(General) J. F 33.-i 

Mari;aret Dwight SO 

Th.unas 268 

du Bellet, Louise Pequet 31 

Bendure, Fred 17li 

Benedict. Anna Coates 2.10 

Elizabeth lUK 

Harriet White .^.. 2.j0 

John Augustine 164-2riO 

Mary Louise (Coates) 2.")0 

Bennett, Alphonzo 14S; 

Clarence 14S 

John Henrv 102 

Margaret Ann (Trout) 102 

Marv 100-14.S 

Sarah Elizabeth 102 

Benson, Caroline (Lyon) ^'|" 

James 1 •' •"■ 

Bentlev. Bessie Boyd 147 

Charles Headlev 147-24.". 

Elizabeth B. (Headley) 147 

Geoige Cake 24.5 

Helen I^ouise 147 

James Bruce ^ 245 

James Victur 67-147 

John Boyd 24[> 

Josepha Bovd 147 

Susan Elizabeth (Cake) 24.t 

Bergman, Susan 100 

Bernheisel, Charles Edward li:'.l'l<i 

Dora (Garber) 201 

Fannie 113 

Forest Willis 210-201 

Grace Elnora (Willis) 210 

Grace .lanet 201 

Newton Clarence 210-.33'* 

William 113 

William Lawrence 210-338 



Berrv, Dorothy Barnard ... 

ilelen Hall 

Mary (rosbie (Ciaiiel) 

Kicliard (,'issel 

Samuel --■', 

Samuel .1 

dc Berry. Alice Jnne 

(larencn ('harles 27N 

Dick 

(lenevieve ( Moseley ) 

Martin Luther 

Beso, Stella ... 
Betson, Elizabeth 

.lames 

Thomas 

Beverly (Miss) 

Mickerdike (Mother) 

Bi.ldle (Dr.) 

Mark John 

Mary Canby 

Billiii!;s. John Henry 

Fred .\lbert 

Leona (Burlingham) 

Bissell, Augusta Turner (Meade) 

Elizabeth Hill 

Frances 

Israel Morey 

.Tohn 

(Hev.) S. B. S 

Black, Jane 

Blackman, Abigail Hugg (Doughty) 

• David Somers 

George Horton 

Sarah Frances 

Blaine, Elmer Styner 

Blankman, Isabel Livingston 

Jane Beverly (Crawford) 

Michel Arno 

Bliss, Albert Austin 

E. W 247- 

Jennie B. (McQuistion) 

Blohy, Mary 

Bluett, Celia 

Boarman. .Taney J 

Bobst. Alvah Thorne (Bosserman) 

Guy Lester 26;}- 

Ruth Amber 

Sarah Elizabeth 

William Reed 

Bock, Irene 

Bodley, Sallie Jameson 

Boger, Anna Mae (Roop) 

Blanche Estelle 

Charles William 

Edward T.,ucien 246 

(rcorge K ,..;... 

Hermon Batterson 

Ida Elizabeth : 

.Tacob Henry 246 

.Jennie (Mungen) 

.John Adam 147 

.John Albert 

Mary A. (Kuhnle) 

Mary Alberta 

Mary Corrine 

Bogy, Alexander Mackay 100 

Alexander M 

Lillian (Turner) 

Rosamond (Dowker) 

Rosamond Virginia 

Boice. Catherine M. (Smith) 

Elizabeth 

Henry 

Bolenbaugh. Charles R 20'' 

Lallah Bonita 

Maude M. (Starner) : 

Reuben 

Ruth E 



l.'!M5 
■JiHi 

27'« 

31:; 

.•Ml* 

:.12 

278 

H 
H 
H 
20 
•;.", 
4o 
.%4 
7M 

21 Hi 

2<K5 

70 

70 

121 

70 

70 

121 

44 

12.H 

128 

2:',0 

128 

lOf. 

l.'.T 

l.:7 

137 

:^)»\ 

3f»6 
306 
21.5 
181 

.300 
3»>0 
3(10 

2r,3 

2r>3 
■^"•0 
l.">4 

246 
246 

■31 tt; 

3o6 
3<>t> 
246 
.306 
3«V, 
246 
246 
246 
246 
306 
-2!<4 
100 
2.*<4 
100 
284 
227 
227 

2.*!"» 
280 
280 
20S 
2.80 



IV 



INDEX 



Bolich, Charles US 

Susan 118 

T, Eliza 118 

Bollinger, Alexander 101-192 

Annie (Wilson) 192 

Carrie 192 

Clarence 192 

Elizabeth 192 

George 192 

Ralph 192 

Ruth 192 

"William 192 

Bond, Isabella Lucretia 58 

Bonewitz, Elizabeth (Siegfried) 109 

John S 109 

Lawrence 109 

Bonsall, Elizabeth Lummis 55 

Henry Lummis 55 

Booker, Isabella -. 141 

Boose, David 185 

Elizabeth 185 

Lucy 185 

Booth, Anna 125 

Mary L 9 

Borders, Annie 193 

Borman, Augustus 305 

Joseph 305 

Joseph Augustine 238-305 

Laura Pandsley (Evans) 305 

Marv Moorehouse 305 

Sarah Marie 305 

Boss, Alvin A 203-286 

Alvin Augur 203 

Bessie (Abernathy) 286 

Henry !. 203 

Henrv Eli 286 

Lena" (Behrens) 203 

Margaret E 286 

Bosserman, Alvah Thorne 263 

Amos J 90-173 

Ancel Thorne 263 

Clarice 173' 

Colder C 173 

Dora 173 

Ella Blanche (Cox) 264 

Elmira Jane 90 

Ephraim 90-173 

Pay 263 

Flora (Carleton) 263 

Frank 173-263 

George W 173 

Jessie 173 

John W 42-90-173 

Lela May 263 

Lester 173 

Margaret (Beatty) 90 

Mary A. (Simmons) 173 

Mary Miller 262 

Michael 42 

Phillip 42 

Phoebe A. (Pratt) 173 

Richard 264 

Susan Amanda (Phillips) 263 

Wilbur Thorne 173-263 

Bott, Cora E. (Fink) 310 

Dorothy 310 

Henry .....271-310 

Kenneth Wasson 310 

Boughton, Daniel H 222-296-334 

George Daniel 312 

George Wilson 296 

Henrietta Rittenhouse (Wilson) 296 

Regina (Burns) 312 

Boulaine, Dominguez 139 

Marie ISO 

de Bow, Harriet 132 



Bowen, Sayles Jenks 67 

Bower, Clara (Crone) 187 

Edwin 187 

William 187 

Bowers, Wesley 287 

Bowley, Frances Russel 141 

Bowman, Ann Jacobs 158 

Anne Sweitzer 76 

Annie Harper 159 

Bella L 155 

Caroline Snowden (Jacobs) 158 

Eleanor Briscoe (Hite) 132 

Emma Maria (Winne) 159 

Goodloe Harper 37-76-158 

Grace Winne 159 

(Captain) Isaac 132 

Isabella Lowry 76 

James Lowry 76 

Jane* Correy 15!) 

Jane Correy (Smith) 76 

Jane Vaughan 158 

John Howard 76-158 

Margaretta Vaughan 158 

William Robert 70-159 

Bovd, Anima Smith 32-328 

" Elizabeth Rittenhouse 32-328 

Emma 122 

James Slater 66 

John ....19-32-3'2S 

John Benjamin 32-328 

Josephine Headley 66 

Katherine Grace (Slater) OS 

Maria Josepha 32-328 

Mary 66 

Mary Elizabeth 132 

Mary Meredith 242 

Mary Phillips 32-328 

Rebecca 66 

Rebecca (Bull) 7-32-328 

Reuben H 66 

Reuby Jaquelin (Smith) 242 

Sarah 77 

Sarah (de Varre) 19 

Sarah Haines 32-328 

Thom.as 20 

Thomas Massie 142-242 

William 20 

William Thomas 32-66-146-328-338 

Boyer, Chester 189-274 

Donald 274 

Helen 274 

Pauline G. (Shaeflfer) 274 

Boyes, Stephen 321 

Boyle, Myron 175 

Bradbury, Carrie 114 

Braden, Lydia 109 

Bradley, Merle L 176 

Brand, Josephine .-.. 143 

Brantley, Ella (Wilson) 283 

Elsie 283 

Emma 201 

James 104 

James William 104-201 

Jane (McNeelv) 104 

Robert Ephraim 198-283 

Robert Wilson 283* 

Willie Belle : 201 

Breckenridge, Arthur Lee 267 

Clara Bell (Jordan) 267 

Ethel Marie 267 

Gilbert 128-167 

Harold Eugene 267 

Breinig, Mary Alice 168 

Brenernan, Abraham Ill 

Jane ., Ill 

Lulu Ill 



INDEX 



Hri'iitiiiii, .liihri (liiik L'lT 

IJrciiiicr, ('ill luii III' 'jTi 

JSii'wstiT, Cmiiii' a 1711 

(ii^nl-c l; ;. 17!l 

(fiMil';r S ; 17:1 

OiiHc M I7;i 

Marlli.i K. (Smith) I7'.i 

Uiii'K. (I>i'. ) .liiM'iih ('(lies li ">.">-. "ins 

l,:nir;i 'riiiMcs.'i ( ( 'liiij;iiii ) ."IIIS 

Hi();i(11i(:h1, (K'rv, ) .laidl) .'WO 

Broclicll, Allirrt Dnylc 227 

(■'t'lUfjiaiiii (S'('.vinoiii') 227 

Ivl^'.ir Liiiif;(li)ii 227 

Rrdiisdii, liclli. 179 

Ts.ilMlla 1) .....'..'.... 220 

1'muIm """_".' 220 

UoliiTt I) 220 

BrooU., All'iid 82-]0ri 

Allll;i 2."i'.> 

Alniii (OfiiU'ii) 27)'.) 

Aiinp Louise (Clingan) 2.") 

Charles 2.'>r> 

Kdwaid i(iO-2.".r. 

Elsa Xeidi" KHi 

Oi'or<j:,- i(U)-2r)ri 

II:mii:ili Louisa (Roberts) KU 

((Jciural) John R 41-80-lt)4 

.Idhn \i o-,f) 

I^ouis ]ni 

Maria T .' .";;";.' 77 

Mary Baldwin (Irwin) IGO-S-"' 

Sarah (Xeide) ICC, 

Willijiin 11 lG4-2r)n-:'.:'>K 

Brookes, Arthur Bowie 2.".n 

Bessie Xourse 2.'!i) 

Mary Rittenhouse 230 

INIarv W. (Nourse) 2ri'() 

Nellie Russell 2oO 

Samuel Hojrers Corson 20" 

Samuel R 210 

Thcimas Howie 12fl-2dO 

Williaiu Thomas 230 

Brosy, Annie ISS 

Brown. Allen 272-311 

Annie Laura 100 

Annie Mary (Rose) 1911 

Pi'liorah >Y\ 

Kiia z:::;;:::::::;;;;.;;;:;:; 107 

Esther Dickson 229 

(rertie (Spotz) 310 

Georse Southwell 303 

Graee 14 

Harry .".'.'.""". lS(i 

Harry Southwell 232-303 

Harriet H. (Muneaster) 303 

.Tames Kiilicrt 100 

John .'^.'^2 

J. Stewart "........ 101 

L. M :::::; 207 

Margaret 243 

Mildred (Hutchinson) 207 

Xellie Ruth 207 

Rachel Xourse 303 

Robert .^ 14 

Susan B 40 

"William 14 

Brucker, Emma 103 

Buchanan (President) 77 

Bucher, Anna '. 273 

Anna C 273 

Charles ...iS7-273 

Dorothy 273 

Edward 273 

Elwood 273 

Harold 273 

James 273 

Xora T,. (Maelhorn) 273 

Roliei-t 273 

Wilton 273 



I'.iiclilcr, Mary E. 

Buck, ('harh'H 

Kdiia Loiiina 
Rehecra 



r.iicki'v. 



Kli/.alii'ih 



US 
1«M 

■_'■_'' > 



2C.0 

2C,!I 
I HI I 



I'iMck waiter, Uert 

Messie Belle .' 

Celia (Bluett) 

I)atiicl H Dt 

Kriwin Orville 

Harries 

Mat hew 1,S4» 

iMoljie .,. , ISO 

<»rville P 181 2t',!t 

Rebecca .T IWi 

Sarah Jane l.Sl 

Budahn. L. 1' 22!) 

Bucll. I'.l.iiMhe (S'tearns) 2o7 

Elsie \j 2i>7 

Fremont Cameron 110-207 

Henry Richard loO 

Julia E. (Kindle) .... 207 

Justus .Tiiseph no 

Leslie Clillnid 207 

Xellie Until (Hrown) 2o7 

Paul Cameron 20 

Sylvester (ireider 110-207 

Bukeley, (Major) 327 

Bulkley, Barry 225- 298 

Emily Rowland (Hyde) 298 

Bull, Alexander C 50 

Amanda Ann 49 

Amanda (Hughev) 107 

Ann 11-22-4.J:; I.- 
Ann ( Anderson ) 2." 

Ann Hunter : 40-.*^4 

Ann (Hunter) ; 21 

Ann (Jacobs) 30 

Anna (or Animus) 18-320-327 

Anna 24-27 4.". 

Anna B !iO 

Anna Cecilia (Powers) 172 

Anna (Greider) 110 

Anna Valeria .87 

Anne 8P>-10S 

Anne Jacobs ,'5Ci 

Annie 107 

Caddie (Caroline) 07 

Caroline Jacobs 39-.'v4 

Caroline (Maelhorn) 0<'i 

Catherine ( Brenner) 4." 

Catherine ( Sharn) 9C> 

(^harlot te McClellan .8;^. 

Clara Mary 41 

Coleman Jacobs 41-■'^7 

Crittenden 107 

Cyrus Jacobs 40-.S4 

David 107 

David Macomb 171-202-.33S 

Dorothy 10 

Dorothy Elizabeth 247 

Dorothy Sheat¥ 171 

Dru.xilla (Mix) 108 

Ehen 10>i 

Edith Elizabeth 110 

Edna Rebecca (Buck) 2^7 

Edward Coleman 84-ll'.n 

Edward Davies 87 

Edward Shower .*!3 

Eleanor 24 

Eli.iah 15-25-4.' 00 

Elisabeth Wainwright 202 

Eliza Ann OC. 

Eliza Jacobs 41-8:j 

Elizabeth 

7-8-10-15-17 21 23 2.^ 20 27 34-4.1-40-49 



VI 



f] 



INDEX 



Bull. Elizabeth (Addams) 10-315 

Elizabeth (Gordon) - 52 

Elizabeth (Heckman).. 99 

Elizabeth (McGrew) 46 

Elizabeth (Metzgar) 98 

Elizabeth (Pawling)... 13 

Elizabeth Sheaff 85 

Elizabeth Surth 170 

Ella - 97 

Ella Jane 114 

Ella Matv (Shipps) 148 

Ellen Martha 52 

Ellie 99 

Elsie Marie Isabella 148 

Elvira E. (Shields) - 100 

Emeline 35-50 

Emma 98-108 

Emma Elverda 110 

Emma P^rances - 100 

Emma (Henderson). 88 

Emmaline 45 

Emma Louisa 8o 

Emma Louise 88 

Emma S 110 

Esther A 100 

Esther Ann 47 

Ezekial William 18-66 

Florence 84 

Francis Cecil 172 

Francis Nichols 88-172-338 

Frank 45-96-108 

George ■. 25-47 

George M 34 

Goold Hoyt 85-171-338 

Goold Norman 171-338 

Grace 27-51-328 

Grace (Brown) 23 

Grace Grant 115 

Hannanette S. (Nichols) 88 

Heber Levi 88 

Helen Elizabeth 262 

Helen Margaret (Smith) 262 

Helen (Tustin) 262 

Henrv 14-23-98 

Henrv Heber 41-88 

Henrv J '96 

Henrv Richard 109 

Henrv Tilghman 169-262-338 

Horace E 109 

Ida Viola 101 

Isabella 21-33-68 

Jacob M 98 

Jacomyntie 15 

James A 49-107 

James Armitage 169-338 

James Henry 85-169 

James Hunter 23-10-85 

Jane 26-46 

Jane (Linn) — 51 

Jemima 15-23-27 

Jemima Jane 52 

Jennie 97 

Jessie Anna 169 

(General) John 7-11-323-328 

(Colonel) John.. 

20-315-316-317-318-319-320-322 

(Captain) John 10 

John 7-9-10-11-14- 

15-17-23-2o-27-4o-51-315-316-317-321-322 

John Gronow 21-33-35-54-320 

John Joseph 10 

John Linn 114 

John M 50-110-191 

John M. B 98 

John Morgan 100 

John N 45-96 

John W 107 

Joseph Brady 50-110 

Joseph McClure 84 



Bull, Julia Hannah (Henderson) 84 

Katherine Whittelsey (Tillman) 169 

Levi 12-22-39-45-83-98-325 

Levi George 40-84-86 

Lewis Gronow 33-68-148-247 

Libbv F. (Hall) 191 

Lillie A 107 

Lillie May.. 100 

Lizanna 50 

Lizzie 99 

Llewellan Parry 87 

Louis Andred 100 

Louisa R 87 

Lydia - 45 

Lydia (Kami) 45 

Lydia Louisa 41 

Lydia Thomas 86 

Margaret 12-26 

Margaret Adelaide 171 

Margaret Adelaide (Macomb) 171 

Margaret Anna 51 

Margaret Isabel 115 

Margaret (Luckey) 107 

Margaret S 50 

Margaretta 23 

Margaretta Clemson 83 

Margaretta Jacobs 3'9 

Margery Farquhar 171 

Maria ". 47-56 

Maria (Greider) 109 

Maria Louisa 18 

Marjorie Macomb.. 171 

Martha 22-23-97 

Martha Conant 170 

Martha Linn 52 

Martha Nancy 115 

Martha S - - 41 

Martha (Thompson) 16 

Mary 17-21-22-26-27-33-45-99-323 

Mary Ann (McClure) 84 

Mary Augusta (Sheaff) 85 

Mary A. (Willis) 169 

MarV E 191 

Mary Elizabeth (Linn) 114 

Mary Jane 49 

Marv (Phillips) 10-17 

Marv Ruth 115 

Matthew P - 52-114 

Mathilda 98 

Mildred Worthington 171 

Milton 99 

Nancy K 51 

Norman E 262 

Norman Edward 169-262 

Octavius 88 

Polly (Hoffman) 45 

Rachel H. (Davies) 86 

Rachel W. (Wallace) 49 

Rebecca 15-16-19-24-47 

Rebecca Ann 26 

Rebecca (Boyd) 66 

Rebecca Darlington 27-329 

Rebecca Jane 50 

Rebecca Neilson 52 

Reginald Heber 86 

Richard — 

8-9-10-13-15-16-22-24-25-26-45-49-321 

Richard Alexander — 26 

Richard Thomas .- 86 

Robert 23-27-45-328-329 

Robert H 52-109-114 

Robert Henry 50 

Roberta Jane 115 

Ross 15-25-46 

Ruth (Sargent) 114 

Sally Franklin (Wainwright) 262 

Samuel Octavius 41 

Sarah 15-21-22-27-34-45-46-329 

Sarah Anna 34 



INDEX 



Vll 



]^iill, S;ii;ili ( .illiiiiiir UX< 

S'iii-.-ili (Cl.iik) I'J 

Sar.ili l>ai-liii(;l(iM ?>- 

Siiiali ( Dailiiiglon) 20 

Saraii K •"><> 

Sarah Kliznbeth !<«> 

Sarah ((irdiuiw) -1 

Sarah llarricl I'tl 

Sarali ( I Idh-iiiiili ) 1 1<> 

Sarah Mary Hush OS 

Sarah Kohcrls (Thoiims) W> 

Sarah Kiisli (Mercdilh) (>H 

Sarah Sniilh R'{ 

Saiah Siiiilh (Shower) 8:5 

Sarah 'I'homas S(! 

Saiiili ( YouiiK) :^"-."4 

Sue Dorolhcc .HS 

Susan •l-"> 

Susan It. (Brown) KW 

Th.iiuas 7io-i2-i:?-2i-2r)-3ir)-32i-:'.ur, 

Thomas Kcuii)is ;J9-S:;-S4 

\'an WycU Slicaff S"> 

NVallir Stevens 247 

Wilfrid Douglas 170 

William 

. ..i()-i2-ir.-2ti-2n-4r.-oo-n9-3ir>-:u(K{2i-32n 

William A lOS 

\\illiam Anderson 2(5-401 07 

William B 4(!-l(1S 

William D 49-108 

William Kincaid 52 

William Levi 86 

William Meade 40-8fi 

William Meredith : 68-148 

William Ross 100 

Bunn, George Forbes 1S.T-271 

Julia (Jarvis) IS^! 

Stella Claudine (Roberts) 271 

William 183 

William Roberts 271 

Burehfield, Anne Luella (McCullough ) 2!m 

Annie M. (Stringer) 2i)0 

Ai-eher McC.nllough 299 

Eva M. (Nourse) _ --" 

James Xoursp 227- 2!)".) 

(Dr.) James Penrose 128-227 

John p:dward 299 

Richard Xonrse 313 

Russell Penrose 299-313 

Yiola Elizabeth (MeEldowney) 313 

Burcker (Rev.) George 37-76 

.lames ^Vlilnor 76 

Levi Smith 76 

Susan (Trier (Smith) 76 

Burdick. Carrie 17.1 

Carrie (Berdick) 17."> 

David Franklin 17o 

Burgess (Bishop) 219 

Burkbardt. Harry 17."! 

Burnett, .\nnie Kate 130 

Burno, Ada 1~'7 

Burns, Emma 18r> 

Henrv 96-18.". 

Ida Kate 18." 

Marv Jane 18.") 

Mathilda (Bull) 18.". 

Burroughs, Ella 14."i 

John 129 

Bush. Catherine .Tane 27."> 

Elizabeth H. (Hykes) 27.'. 

John 190-27.". 

Samuel 27.". 

Butler, Lidie 82 

Marv (Wylie) 82 

Rebecca 28 

William 82 



I'.uxton, Klliott Shaw '■'<»»'> 

Kugeiiiu .''.'h; 

Frank Shourd 247 I'.IH", 

Lucille :>»'> 

Sophia Elliott (STiaw) :'A»; 

.Sophia Shaw .'!<»•; 

Byingtou, .Mbert 52 1 !•; 

Corinne 21 t 

Dean A 11''. 

Kdith C. (/alosky) 211 

Kllen Martha (Bull) 11'; 

Fred .la.kH(.n 116 211 

Frederick .lai-ksou 21 I 

(fleiin Maurice ll'I 

Robert Richard 214 

(able, Kachel Rlting 211 

W 32t; 

Cahill. Kva Elizabeth 227 

Thomas Frani'is 227 

Caillouet, .Mice Gresham 241 

Jean Louis 142-241 

Marv Thurston (Smith) 241 

Norbert Magill 241 

Cake, Susan Elizabeth 147 

Caldwell, Ann Alexander 6<> 

(.ludge) .\lexander •!<' 

Carrie 2<)1 

Eliza .fane (llalstead) ti<> 

Elizabeth EtTie (Short) 201 

Ellis 201 

Eulah 2(11 

George 201 

Inez 202 

Mabel 202 

Maud 2(»2 

Robert Andrew 10.">-2(il 

Callom, Anna C 42 

Calvert. Harriet C 78 

Campbell, Douglas 216 

Canington, P 32C. 

Cannon, Mary 137. 

Canterburv, E. L 194-280 

Elizabeth 280 

Ernest L 280 

He Elo (Anderson) 280 

Marion 2SO 

Cantrell, Jane 108 

Cantwell, Sidney W 18." 

Capron, Charles llassler .301 

Edith Dwight (Hassler) 3nl 

.lohn Favil 230-.S(il 

Carleton, Benjamin 17.3 

Fb.ra 173 

Jane (Sillik) 173 

Carman. Elizabeth 280 

Erskiue Elizabeth (Pope) 280 

Wilbur Horace 195-2.80 

Carrier, Frances A 161 

Carter. Addie 84 

.Vnna Davison (Turner) -303 

Anna Maury.: 30;? 

Bessie Bird .3(W 

Cha rles 101 

Charles C 100 191 

Edith 21 1 

Emma Frances 191 

(Dr. ) (George William 233.303 

Lillie M. (Bull) 191 

Lucv Coatesworth 30.3 

Paul 101 

"VMrginia .3(^3 

William 303 

Casillas, Dolores 124 

Cass, Lewis 18 



vm 



INDEX 



Casselbury, Paul 321 

Castle, James M , 220 

Catherina, Tritze 7 

Center, Ettie 235 

(Rev.) R. W 235 

Cliain, John .321 

Chamberlain, Kate Palmer 163 

Chambers, Annie 195 

Eva Estelle (Anderson) 280 

Eva Jo 280 

Fuller 195 

Ida Merle 280 

Jack Fuller 280 

Jame« Joseph 195-280 

John Albert 248-307 

John Walter 104 

Perry Eugene 307 

Susan Arabel (Gesler) 307 

Thomas Glenn 280 

Chandler, George Garvin.... 86 

Jean Alice (CTiristie) 86 

Jean Kaye 86 

John 86 

Chapman, Alexander 332 

Amanda, Estill 108 

Ann Eliza 107 

Benjamin 26-49-322 

George Cantrell 204 

George Fry 1 07 

James 332 

James Alexander 49 

James Edwin 107 

James Paulding 49 

Jane (Cantrell) 204 

John 332 

John Fry.... 108-204 

Mamie Elizabeth 107 

Margaret (Bull) 49 

Margaret Creighton 204 

Martha Clifton. 1 07 

Mary 332 

Mary Vivian (Fry) 107 

Xewton 332 

Phillip 331-332 

Rebecca A. (Bull) 49 

Rebecca Ijucille 107 

Richard Alexander 15-49-107-204-332 

Sally Mary 108 

Samuel .332 

Susan Frj' 107 

William 49-107-204-.332 

William Allie 107 

William Anderson 49-107-204 

Cliauncey (Commodore) 42 

Chew, Bladen Dulaney 243 

Evelyn 163 

•Teannette 243 

Rosa Dulaney 243 

Rosa Romilly (Dulanev) 243 

Thomas John ' 144-243 

Chilcote, Bessie Lee 2'87 

• Cliffie Leona (Howard) 267 

Fay Howard 267 

.Tohn H 178-267 

Ruby Lou 267 

Yirgie Vienna 267 

Childs, Edward Patterson 295 

Eleanor Stuart (Patterson) 295 

Harris Robins 219-295 

Christie, .John 86 

Sara Kaye (Hardman) 86 

Christopher, Ella G 63 



Cissel, Clementine 223 

Clementine Crawford (Rittenhouse).... 223 

Ettie Davidson 223 

Grace Wood 297 

Grace (Wood) 297 

Helen Murray 223 

John Atkinson 223-297 

Katherine Barnard 223 

Margaret S 223 

Marv Crosbie 223 

Richard Samuel Thomas : 124-223 

Clapp, Elizabeth Parry 2.52 

Clark, Byron C 249 

Eleanor 110 

George 110 

.Jennie 186 

Marv Charlotte 110 

Sarah 27 

Clarke, Georgine 119 

Jennie 269 

Marv Margaret (Rogers) 119 

Samuel 119 

C'laskell, Georgia 214 

Clay, (Rev.) Slater 29 

Clemens, (Dr.) .James Edwin 2.38-305 

Marv Sarah (Evans) .395 

Russell Marshall '. .305 

Clemson, Amos C 90-172 

Ann Bull 83 

Anna Laura (Nixdorf) 26.3 

Arabella C 172 

Cvrus .Jacobs 83 

Elizabeth 83 

Elmira .Jane (Bosserman) 172 

Gertrude Gouveneur 168 

(Rev.) John Baker (D. D.) .39-82 

Levi Bull 82 

Lloyd Colder 172-263 

Ludlow Ogden 168 

Margaretta Jacobs (Bull) 82 

Margarita Helen 168 

Clemson, Mary Martha Sherwood 83 

Sara Frances (Ogden) 168 

(Rev.) Thomas Green 8.3-168 

Cleves, Eleanor 167 

Clifton. Alfred Theodore 222-296-3.38 

Elizabeth Caldwell (Rittenhouse) 296 

Elizabeth Rittenhouse 296 

Mamie 119 

May : 118 

Clingan, Alan Hunter 160 

Ann Hunter , 25.5 

Anna Louise 160 

Annie J 77 

Charles Brooke 159-255 

Charles Miller ._. 77-159 

Clement Brooke .'. 159 - 

Clementine 255 

Laura Theresa 2.55 

Maria T. Brooke : 1.59 

Martha 77 

Rosalind 255 

Rosalind (Wood) 2.55 

Sarah C. (Dewees) 77 

Thomas Dewees 77 

William 37-77 

William W 77 

Clodfelter, George 48-108 

Minnie Ann 106 

Rachel Surrilda (Wilson-Hughey) 106 



INDEX 



IX 



Closo, Cviiinnthia !" 

Diuui'l 4:i!n 

Dimicl Wilfred '-"I 

(u (i|-;:i.i 1""' 

(Ini.-c liiill (IJpntty) '•" 

.III 111. 's M '■}[ 

Lizzie ( Mcintosh) 17r> 

MarKiii'et '••' 

Mni-tlin !" 

Willi, I 111 ni-i".". 

CldUsf, Alnlionsd 1!l!> 

Ktfie T.«» 

Kiiiiim J!>i> 

(in.ee 1!'!' 

llenrv ll>l l!l!l 

Mnitli.i Thei-pso (Wilson) l!i'.) 

ri.iy.l. Mary :{:!" 

Chiller, Adii (Hiirni)) '2'A 

Chiirliitte Herthii * '2'>4 

C'liirii Miitildii (Kiegcl) 2r>4 

Kdward ■I'il-luiiaii 75-157-L'r)4 

KIsie Kllswc.rlli (Bnehninn) 2."i4 

Kinily Kllswurtli i'.">4 

Isiiiilv Smith ]•"'" 

I'rederiek lliester 158-l.'r«4 

.Idliii UieRpl -"'4 

Levi Smith lol-'Sjj 

Maria Catherine (Hunter) 75 

Mav Rose 254 

Stanley Palm 254-:«S 

Valeria Elizabeth 15S 

Valeria Smith 157 

Valeria (Smith) 157 

AVilliani lliester 75-157 

Coapmaii. Daniel I'iO 

Klsie 100 

Marian E KJO 

Coates, Aleen (Wood) 25!) 

Anna H. (Roberts) IK! 

Caroline Pen nock 25!) 

Charles Edward : 79-163-250 

Charles Hunter 25!) 

Dewees Roberts K'-) 

Dorothy Wetherall 250 

Franeis Graham 25!)-3.">S 

George Hunter 250 

George William Pennock l(52-lli3-250 

Janev J. (Boarman) 250 

Jesse 79-164-S38 

Jesse Pennock 250 

John Tyson 25!) 

Leonard Roberts 163-2r)0 

Martha Wells (Pennock) 79 

Mary Louisa l'>4 

MarV Roberta 259 

Ollie (Maurin) 259 

Rachel Anna lf>4 

Robert Boarman _ 259 

Victor Maurin 259 

Cobean, Alexander 22-37 

Mary ( Bull ) 22-37 

Samuel 37 

Thomas 37 

William 37 

Cochran. Anne Connell 225 

Caroline 174 

Clara Jane 15<) 

Elizabeth Robinson 140 

Elizabeth ( Robinson-McQuistion) t>0 

Elma Arabell 150 

Emory 2(54 

Floret t a Elizabeth l->t) 

George Hampton 14!) 

George Robinson (iO-14!) 

Harry Milton 15(> 

Isabel Chamberlain ..., 305 

Isabel Mason (Evans) 305 

James 70-1.50 



CiichrMn, .laiiiex Taylor 

.loel Winter 

.Iiihn 

.\I argarnt 

.Margaret Jnnp 



I4!t 2JS 

L'.'.'M .".l>5 
171 

14!) 



.Mar-ant (McCully) 15<» 

Mary .\rin 70 

.Vaiii'y .lane (Porter) 2-18 

( )rplia ThompHon ,. 24K 

.Susan A 70 

Sydney _ 70 

'I'hiimas 3.">(>!( 

Wiiinifrcd (Hunter; 2<>l 

William 174 2tW 

Coke. Addie 130 

Ri<hard 138 

( Senator) l->9 

Colbeth. Albert Wheeler 270 

Daniel .\rad 270 

Floyd Even-tl 27<» 

Lawrence Wingfield 270 

Myrtle Esther... 270 

Nettie Frances 271) 

Orville Seth 270 

Ruby Sarah 270 

Sarah Jane (Buckwalter) 270 

Seth Peter 181-270 

William Harrison 270 

Cole, Ida 124 

(Rev.) Leonard 124 

Collet, Richard 3.36 

Colver, Adelina (Dunlop) 103 

 Bertha 198 

Elizabeth Randolph (Storrow) 283 

Franklin 103 

Gertrude 199 

Gilbert 190 

Harry Alphonzo 100-2.'^3 

James Franklin VXi 

James W 103-108 

Robert Franklin 108 

Sallie ia3 

Samuel .Tames 2.83 

Sarah Elizabeth (Wilson) 17S 

Susan Elizabeth 103 

Thomas Storrow 2,83 

(jlombs, .James Emmet 236-')04 

Monroe Powell .30-5 

Xan Caldwell (Powell) .304 

Conipton, Albert Edward 184 

Klmer Carlyle 184 

Genevieve 184 

Jane (Stewart) 96 

John Elmer 96-1.84 

Mary Peacock (Roberts) 184 

Samuel 96 

Vera Lucille , 184 

Comstock, Edith Watts 158 

Conly, Addie Beth 103 

Edward Wilson 103 

Elizabeth J. (Woolt en-Anderson) 193 

Julia Genevieve... -79 

Madge 193 

Marv Estella 279 

Mattie Bell 193 

Mattie L 101 

Pauline Elizabeth 270 

Ruth Adelaide (Mullins) 279 

Samuel .\iulerson 193 

Wilda Edith 279 

William Edward 101-19.3-279 

Conner. America Adelia 2.80 

Anne Columbia (Pope-Sivley) 2.<!0 

Marv 105 

O. C 195 

William Aiken 195-280 



X 



INDEX 



Connor, Anna (Adams) 214 

Birdie Dole 118 

Edgar Ahl 214 

Jemima (Adams) 118 

John T ..117-J214 

Marv Grace 214 

Moses - .53-118 

Cook, Julia 150-233 

Mary F 107 

(Colonel) William 328 

Cooley, Anna Mary 304 

Davis Hannon 304 

James H 304 

Jaquelin Smith 304 

Louisa Fontaine S04 

Maria Louisa (Wright) 304 

Walker Smith 235-304 

Cope, Gilbert 13 

Cornelius, Alice 96 

Cornell, Jane Hench 292 

John 211-292 

Robert William 292 

Ruth Hazel (Hench) 292 

Corsen, (Major General) Montgomery 133 

Corson, Alice Vincent 216 

Caroline Huston 293 

Charles Russell 216 

Dorothy Hiester 216 

Eleanor Gertrude 293 

Eleanor Gertrude (Yeakle) 293 

Ellen Pawling 216 

Henry Friedley 216 

John J 119-216-293 

John Jay 216 

Paula Lawrence 216 

Rebecca Pawling (Friedley) 216 

Susan Rogers 216 

Cosby, Fortunatus ; 61 

de Costar, Fernand 176 

Covell, S. A 108 

Cox, Callie (Mabry) 278 

Cecilia Maxley 278 

David 44 

Ella Blanche 173 

Fredericka 153 

George 153' 

Joseph George 153 

Robert Owen 278 

Sadie 177 

Coxe, (Dr.) Abraham 121 

Isabella Liddon 121 

Coyle, Laura 145 

Craig, (Colonel) Thomas 328 

Craige, Elizabeth (Heberton) 161 

John Lindsay 161 

Mary Moorhead 161 

Grain, Alfred Hermon 117-215 

Anna Adams 117 

Charles Edward 117 

Emma (Myers) 215 

Florence Elizabeth . 117 

Mary Ellen 117 

Mary Myers ,'. 215 

Robert Emery 215 

Sarah Grace (Adams) 117 

William Clark 215 

William Hamilton 53-117 

Crane, Annetti di Costa 121 

John W^ 121 

Crawford, Addle (Scott) 248 

Babe 269 

Clara May .«. 228 

Clarence M 269 

Clyde C 269 



Crawford, Elsie Olive 248 

Gertrude F 268 

Harry Gilleand 150-248 

James Graham 150 

James Sample 70-150 

John 150 

Laura 269 

Lydia Elizabeth 150 

Nancy Guthrie (Gilleand) 150 

Ray Scott 248 

Rebecca J. (Buckwalter) 268 

William H 268 

William W 180-268 

Creigh, Emma Colton (Barber) 172 

James Jacobs 88-172 

(Rev.) John 42 

Mary 42 

Mary Dunbar 172 

Thomas 41-42-88 

Cresswell, Emma Nourse 300 

Louisa Pryne (Stribling) 300 

Martha 48 

William Henry 229-300 

Cricks, Mary 71 

Crockett, George Avery 153 

Josie Maud (Hills).. 153 

Lou Maud 152-153 

Croghan, Dorothy Marie 292 

Mary Linn (Hench) 292 

Otis Alfred 211-292 

Robert Hench 292 

Virginia Rush .'. 292 

Cromwell, Anna Caroline 220 

Caroline :... 122 

Charles Edwin 220 

Eleanor 295 

Elizabeth .,... 295 

Elizabeth Stuart (Henderson) 220 

James William 122-220-295 

Lincoln 220-295 

Lewis 295 

Mabel Wheeler (Smith) 295 

Margaret 295 

Mary Stuart 295 

Paula (Bronson) 295 

R. Bronson 295 

Crook, Amanda Minerva (Mechling) 249 

C. F 249 

Edward 249 

Floy 249 

F. G 249 

Geraldine 249 

J. L 249 

M. A 249 

R. E 249 

Crossett, Emeline 43 

Crosswell, James J 143-242 

Jaquelin Daniel 242 

Jennie Chestnut 242 

Jessie deColtas 242 

Lily Dell (Murdock) 242 

Crothers, La Fayette 205 

Crowell, Lydia 13 

Crumbling, Alice 101 

Cullom, Anna B , 231 

Melissa 145 

Cummins, Earl B 212 

Cummings, Julia Mary 251 

William B. 218 

Cunningham, Ella Goldie 228 

Mary Owens : : 230 

Susie 190 

Currie, William 322 

Curtain, Elizabeth 336 



ixnr.x 



XI 



C'ulsli.uv, Mary K lll>^ l"l'-» 

C'll\lcl'. .It "»♦ 

(U,v. ) Curmlius C. (D. D.) 55 

hiiily, .I.'sse ?. l'»' 

l>:ili y. Miiry "- 

Diilliiin. Ann •*!•!<! 

Siiiiiucl •"9',' 

Susan II Jill 'i'^' 

l)alt<in, Mary -'-•^ 

Dana, KlizaUi-th -!•» 

Kli/.nhclli ( HnnviO 11!> 

Kll.Ml I^lj} 

iMiiiiia A. -I'J 

Kamiy ( I'awling) _-![> 

l.duisa A -'■' 

( Dr. ) RiilnM-t Shoemaker 11!»12ir> 

UciIh It Sylvester llO-L'lj 

Daniel. Anna llardv -^- 

Aniia Manly (Bell) Ii4^ 

Anna M aileliiie 1-i-l 

Anna Wallace 2:!:! 

('(iriielia (i odd rich 14."i' 

Edward ,lai|uelin Haines (Smith- 

Murdock ) 6."? 

Kmily Isobel (L'Engle) 14:^ 

Kvelyii Isobel 14."? 

lleiirv AuRustine 144 

Isal,e"l 24-' 

Isnliel Mary (Fernandez) 140 

James .Taquelin 04- 14."! 

J anil's Madison (i4-14;i 

Ja(|iielin .lames 24.'^ 

Marv Kmily 14.H' 

Marv doff (Palmer) 24:'> 

0)ilielia Mason 24:5 

Kichard Hovven 140-14.'?-242 

Richard Potts 63-140-24:5 

Sarah Cornelia "4 

Snsan Fatio 14-! 

William Augustine t>4 

Dapp, Etta M l'*^t> 

Darby, Alice ^'M 

Darke, John 336 

( General ) William 336 

Darling, Anna Monell !"><> 

Austin Hooper 247 

Clara Childs 253 

Earle John 247 

Edward 253 

Edward Payson 74-15(5 

Eliakim 3(> 

Elizabeth Pobes 1;>I'> 

Elizalieth Smith 74 

Elsie Lowry 253 

Emilv Cist 151i 

Emily HoUenbeck (Rutter) 15ti 

Emilv Howard 74 

Emma Childs (MeClintock) 253 

Fannie !•}'> 

Fannie Collier 15<> 

Florence 1^>'' 

Frances Caroline 74 

Grace Mary 247 

Henry 73-155-1.56 

Howard ' •"''' 

James A 68-14S 

Jennie l'>' 

John Vaughan 74 

Julia 1^1' 

Lewis 14.S-LM7 

Lillian (Shaw) 247 

Margaretta j4 

Margaret t a Vaughan ]5."> 

Margaretta ^'aughan (Smith) ":'.' 

Mary 1J2^ 

Marv Smith 7.'! 



D.irling. .Marv Kiitter 
Ophilia ()'. (WcIIm). 
Ki'becca R, (ThomiiM) 

Richard WcIIm 

Kulh ( Muck) 

S. Aiigusiii (Taylor) 

Susan Jnne 

T ho in as 15<> 

Smith 74 



'I'lioiiias 
\'alciia 
William 
William 



.•?o-73ir,5 



Dar 



I toward. 

.Sarah 

.lane 



hiigton, 

Davenport, 

.loscph 

Mary Florence 

Nora 

Davidson. Henrietta Young 

.lames 

Davies, Anna F 

Rachel H 

Davis, Ann (Newberry) 

(Captain) Charles Thomas 217 

( Captain ) 2< 

?:iniira (Dewees) 

Km ma 

Emma Judson 

Emma Washington (Davison) 

Enoch 

Ethel Louise 

Henrietta 

Howard Armstrong 

John 81-165- 

Laura Alt a 

Mary ( Newberry) 

Mary Willey 

Naomi 

Susan Venable 

Thomas Dewees 

William Alexander 

William Howard 134-135- 

Davison, Alexander Caldwell 1.34- 

Alexander Macdonald 6<>-l."!5- 

Alexander McDonald 133- 

Ann Alexander (Caldwell) 

Ann Maury 

Anna 

Anna Augusta 

Anna Maria 132-133-135- 

Bessie Bird 

Cary Ambler 

Cecil Armstrong 

Charles Morris 

diaries William 

Cornelia Hite 

Cornelius Hite 

Edmonia Louise lo4- 

Edward Ilalstead -_..._ 

Edward Jaiiuelin 60-l.'>."!- 

Eleanor Briscoe - 

Eleanor Conway (Baldwin) 

Eleanor Cornelia 

Elizabeth Alexander 

Elise 

Emma Washington 

Fontaine Hite 234 

Frances Arabella 

Gregorv Caldwell 

Guy Powell 

Hester ^Morris (Marshall) 

James Marshall 234- 

James Pelot 

Jaciuelin Smith 

Jessie Bird 

John 

John Smith 132-13.5- 

John Smith Bull 50- 

Joseph William 



i.m; 
I :,:, 

U7 
1 55 

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l.Vi 

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105 

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248 
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23.5 
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2:55 
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235 
234 
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134 
237 
134 
235 
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234 

36 



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xu 



INDEX 



Davison, Kate Madison 136 

Livingston Edward 136-237 

Louise Fontaine 132-136 

Louise Hite 134-133 

Ludwell Baldwin 234 

Macdonald Alexander 135 

Margaret Chesley 136 

Maria Augusta 136 

Marianne Alexander 236 

Maria Louisa 60 

Mary Alice (Streepy) 304 

Mary Baldwin 133 

Mary Cbnstantin (Powell) 136 

Marv Elizabeth (Bowman) 233 

Marv Eltinge 133 

Mary Eltinge (Hite) 132 

Mary Jaquelin 233 

Marv Matilda 133 

Marv Williams 233 

Martha L. (Powell) 237 

Martha M. (Smith) 59 

Matilda Madison (Hite) 133 

Nannv Dravton 234 

Raleigh Belfield 233 

Sarah Caroline (Pelot-Eppes) 236 

Sarah Carolyn 236 

Sarah Emma 136 

S'arah Jaquelin 60-132 

Sara R. (Watson) 234 

Thomas Pelot 236 

Virginia Augusta 132 

Walker Maury 133 

William 30-59 

William Armstrong 60-133-134-133-234 

William Macdonald 135 

William Ringgold 234 

William Smith 133-135-235 

William Watson 234 

Dawson, (Rev.) William 18-326 

Day, Corwin P .178-267 

Elvira Loretta (Howard-Knake) 267 

Florence 267 

Helen 267 

Juanita 267 

Dean (Colonel) 319 

Deardorf, Carrie 275 

Clarence 275 

Ellen R. (Quickel) 273 

Gleason 190-275 

Harry 275 

John 273 

Luther 275 

K'ellie 275 

'Paul 275 

Roy 273 

Ruth \ 275 

Deckard, Elizabeth E. (Jordan) 181 

Elizabeth Ella 270 

Harry Jordan 181-270 

Jennie Blanche 270 

Laura Helen 270 

Margaret A. (Murray) 270 

Margaret Louise 270 

Mary Rebecca 270 

Nila" Marion ISl 

Ralph Xorman 270 

Rebecca North 181 

Samuel Roth 94-181 

Samuel Stuart 270 

Stella Shoemaker , 270 

Demaree, .Jennie 93 

Demont, William 323 

Denicke, William .T 72 

Denison, Adelaide Jane .' 280 

Ambrose Franklin 195-280 

Annie Pope 280 

Effie (Pope) 280 



Denley, Arthur .James 250 

Bernice Luella 250 

Ethel Florence 250 

James L ..--* 107-250 

Luella Jane (Mechling) 250 

Wilma Grace - 250 

Dennis, Kate B 203 

Derby, Hazel 2.36 

Deringer, Anne Porster (Duncan) 309 

William Duncan 261-309 

Dewees, Amelia V. (Snyder) 78 

Ann (Bull) 37 

Ann Hause 80 

Ann Hunter 37 

Anna 239 

Anna Maria 78 

Annie M. (Young) 166 

Clara Elizabeth (Bail.ey) 260 

Clara Knerr 165 

Daniel Udru 78-162 

Edward Bull 38 

Elizabeth (Hause) 80 

Elizabeth T 37 

Ella Davis 165 

Elmira 81 

Emma A. (Rayser) 162 

Emma M 165 

Eva Amelia 79 

George Malcolm 2()0 

George O 162-258 

George Rowell 259 

George Stiteler 164-260 

George Washington 38-78-79 

H. Herbert 166 

Hannah Louise 80 

Henrv Benner 259 

Henry Clay 81-166 

Hilda May 166 

Howard 164-239 

Howard Knerr 165 

Howard Wood 81 

Ida SI 

Ida Elizabeth '.. 166 

Ida L. (Knerr) 165 

Irvin Stiteler 259 

Isaac Holstein 79-163 

I. Hause 166 

Jacob H 162 

Jacob Hause 80-164 

Jacob Morris 259 

Jesse Hause 81 

Jennie (Barnes) 258 

John Hause 81 

Louisa Brooke (Holstein) 79 

Ledvard Holstein 163 

Levi Bull 38 

Louisa S 162 

Mabel E 165 

Margaret 38 

Margaret Young 166 

Marv Ann 37 

Mary Elizabeth (Stiteler) 259 

Mary Hughes 79 

Marj' Louise 37 

Mary (Young) 162 

Olivia C. (Ledyard) 163 

Paul D 258 

Rachel Bartholomew 38 

Ralph 1 258 

Rosalind Wood 164 

Sarah C : 37-79 

Sarah Clingan 80 

Sarah (Potts) 22 

S'arah (Stiteler) 164 

Thomas Bull 38-79-80-162-165 

Walter Roscoe 163 

Waters 22-37 

William 22-318 

William Bull 22 

William H 162 

William Waters 81 



i\i)i:.\ 



XIII 



rkaril) ... 
( W I ) 



..270 



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l.'.T 



Patton i:!7 



.\iilliony ...... 

.huiiu'liii 

Mills 



I )c\vc\ . ( .\(lriii 111 I ) ( iroryi' 
l>i'V(i. Mary 

Itiilpli  

'I'liliilliM ( MiiriicH) 

1 )i<'kli()iM, Siismi M 

|)ii-l<s(in. (ieorgp P 

.IlllllCS 

Dii'li.ild, Cliivlmi W 

I'ldKiir S. 

Kli/.ali.'lli Kll.i (I)r 
Dihvorlli, Annie llmilri 

Dcwri'.s W 

.idM'pii i; 

Diinil r\ , .McMiiulcr 

.\ Irxii TuliT ( iii(lt;i-aii(l 

.Vlicc 'I'lirrcsc 

Andrea 

Anne KliziiliiMli (.rohnston) 

.Anne Thori'se (Snee) 

( 'iirolinc 

Oolosto 

C'hnrlcs 

Oi'acns 

Dracds 

Kdward 

Eliza VirRinia 

Eliza l)("th 

Ki'iiest Alexander Lagarde 

John 

John Bull Smith 

John Kapha el 

.Tosi'ph .Vnyusline 

^laiiannc Celeste (Draes) . 

Marv I'Mizabeth Lvnn 

Mary Elizabeth (Ruth) 

Marv Mills 

Mary Powell (Mills) ,..; 

Matilda Fortier 

Kobe it Andi'ea .'. 

Kobcit Mills i:;7 

Thomas Babney 1:1S 

Diveii. .Mbertson () 

Alice (Cornelius) 

Alice Ruth 

Geoi-pe McClellan 

Ira C 

James Al 

Lemuel Jesse 

Martha Rebecca 

Mary Ellen 

Rebecca J. (Okeson) 

Tirza B 

William H Ofi 

Dodpe, .\nnie Wright (Nourse) 

Francis Despavd 

Rich aid Despard l.'tl 

Kiclinrd -losepli 

Donaldson. Laiu-lilin 

Doud, Eleanor 

L)ow, .Vnnetta Dunning 

John E 157 

Tjawrence .Vdams 

Marv Elizabeth (Dunning) 

Downs, E. Viola (Fordvce) 

Ina L  

Merl L 

Opal E 

Wesley P 1 110 

Doyle, (Mrs.) .Tacoli 

Drown, Edward Darling 

Elizabeth Darling 

Elizabeth .S'lniih (Darling) 

Emily Darling 

Margaretta Darling 

Mary Darling 

Thomas Darling 

A'aimhan Darling 

William A 7-1 

William Messenger 



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i:: 

i:; 

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!)7 

177 

r.i 

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2."0 

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305 
230 
137 



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1.37 

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230 

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232 

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104 

2r.i 

254 
254 
2.54 
254 
207 
207 
207 
207 
207 
105 
1 50 
157 
1.50 
157 
157 
15(! 
1.57 
157 
l.-.r, 
15IJ 



Diiiiii. I'loia (lelaviii (llowiircl) 

.My rile 

Thomas 

Dniiiigold. Kehocca 

.Saiiiliel 



KH 



Dubell, Ann II. (ClinKan) 

( K'ev, ) Charles 

Owen llrooki' 
Ifiisaliiid 

Duke, l':ilell 

1(1.1 

. I 11.1 



Dulaney, (Cnnimndorp) Uliulen 01 

( aroline licbccca 

Caroline Rebecca (.Nmirse) 
J'hoebe Pemberlon 
Rosa Morris Komilly 

DiiiM-.iii. .\niie I'Virster 

(aioliiie .\lricks (Forster) 

Emma Louise 

iramillon .Vlricks 

Hannah 

Margery Alricks 

William' Rolhion 108- 

Dun I op, Emma 

Dunn, Dinah 



Dunning, .\nnetta O'Brien 

.\niietta (Smith) 

Frances Valeria 

George F 

Mary Elizabeth 

Richard 



.74 



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51 

51 

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105 
105 
105 

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201 

21 ; I 

107 

2t;i 

2C,l 
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145 

R7 

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157 
157 
157 

157 



DuPortail (General) . 
Earle, Maey Tilghman 

Early (General) 

Eastburn, Jesse 



Easterdav. Marv Roberta (Coates) 

William Wilon 259 



320 
124 
133 

78 

30S 
308 



Edwards, Anne Eleanor 

Eleanor Conway (Pedigo) 

•lohu . .. .. 


304 

.■W4 

321 


John Worrell 

Eisenhart, -Mice M. (Shaeffer) .. 


2.*W-304 

isn 

9n-18!) 


Margaret .Mice 

Margaret 1. (Griffith) 


274 

274 


William lleniy 


180-274 

250 


.\iin Elizal)eth (Meehling) 

.Anna M. (Fowler) 

.\nnie Elizabeth 

Charles Franklin 

Charles Fremont 


151 

250 

151 

151 

250 




.? 250 


Elgin Martin 

Emma Jane . ... 


250 

151 


George Thomas 

James Blakely 


151 

151 

2.51 1 


John .Vlexander 

.Toseph 


151 

... .71-151 


Joseph Levi 


151 


Lewis Lemon 


151 


Jjcwis Lemuel 


250 


L Maude 


250 


X K vu n^'t'liiio 


250 


l\:ill)li Mcclilinu^ 


250 


Uichard M grilling 

Samuel Martin 

Sidney KUis 


151-250 

151 

151 


Susan I 


151 


Wilda Mav 


250 



Kllicott, Eugene 121 



XIV 



INDEX 



Elliott, Charles John 148 

Charles Jollv 68 

(Rev. Dr.) David 329 

Isabella (Bull) 68 

(Commodore) Jesse Duncan 42 

John 33-68 

Mary 42 

Mary Jones 148 

Robert -- 23-329 

Sophia 68 

Ellis, Edward 167 

Esther 287 

Florence 167 

John J 204-287 

Rachel (S'mith) 167 

Willie J. (Harris) - 287 

Elmore, (Dr.) A. M 104 

Anna Madeline (Daniel) 243 

Franklin Harper '. 144-243 

Emerich, Caroline (Jordan) 181 

George 181 

George S 94-181 

Mollie 181 

Emery, Frank 184-271 

Genevieve Viola 271 

Grant Samuel 184 

Isabella (Spencer) 184 

John Kenneth 271 

Vera Lucille (Compton) 271 

Emig, Barbara (Sunper) 101 

Bertha 190 

Catherine (Bollinger) 101 

Eva (Spangler) 101 

Jacob 101 

John 101 

Salome (Shaeffer) 101 

Valentine 101 

Englehaupt, John 43-92 

Margaret B 92 

Koxanna (Beatty) 92 

English, Columbia (McFerron) 47 

Miriam 100 

Enswiler, Thomas 185 

Epler, Mary Barbara 28 

Eppes, John Wales 134 

Margaret Julia 134 

Sarah Catherine (Pelot) : 134 

Erwin, (Colonel) John Bratton 144 

Eshenour, Edward 186 

Emma (Stair) 187 

Ephraim 186 

Faber 187 

Jeremiah - 186 

Josiah 97-98-186 

Lawrence 186 

Lillian 186 

Lydia (Stair) ....„ 186 

Solomon 186 

Evans, Alexander Dimitry 2-38 

Anais Cornelia 304 

Anais Lagarde 238 

Athenais Marie Francois 305 

Augustine Jaquelin 238 

Eulah Carrie (Greathouse) - 305 

Ernest Joseph 238 

Francis Zenobia 238 

George 321 

Isabel Mason 238 

Isobel Livingston (Blankman) 238 

Iva Banes (Persot) 304 

John 60 

John Jaquelin 137-237-238-304 

Johnson 107 

Kate Therese (Marks) 304 

Lagarde 238 

Laura Pandsley 238 

Marie Anais 304 



Evans, Marie Annunciata 305 

Mary Anais Denise (Lagarde) 237 

Mary S'arah 238 

Matilda Dimitrv 238 

(Judge) Richard 60 

Richard Joseph 136-237 

Richard Mills 237-304-305 

Robert Mills 136 

Robert Mills Ignatius 238 

Sarah Athenais Marie 2-37 

Virginia Mills 137-238 

Eveleth, Dwight 72 

Jeannette 72 

Sarah 72 

Eyster, Margaret 272 

Fackler, Annie E 272 

Betty Jane 272 

Carrie (Neiman) 272 

Charles L 271 

Daniel 185 

Eliza A. (Bull) 185 

Elizabeth 185 

George W 185-272 

Harry B 272 

John Augustus 185-272 

Katie A 185 

Katie M. (Spangler) 271 

Lewis 272 

Lewis Henry 185-271 

Lucy (Boose) 272 

Margaret 272 

Margaret L 272 

Martin Luther 271 

Mary 272 

Mary E 185 

Mary M 271 

Millard 272 

Myrtle 272 

Nellie C. ; 271 

Ruth 272 

Fairlamb, Frank 92 

Fake, James 188-274 

Mary 274 

Minnie (Maelhorn-Rife) 274 

Paul 274 

Farrar, William B 49 

Fastnacht, Allie F 215 

Faulkner, Hannah 336 

Fauntleroy, Ann Magill 239 

Ann (Magill) 138 

Bessie (Lee) 305 

Bessie Lee 305 

Charles Magill 239 

Cornelius Hite 239 

Elizabeth Dangerfleld 2.39 

Elizabeth Smith (Hite) 239 

Guilford Griffen 239 

Janet Rankin 305 

Joseph Barnes 239 

Katherine W 239 

Margaret Guion 305 

Mary Barnes 239 

(Colonel) T. T 138 

Thomas T 138-239 

Thomas Turner 239-305 

Fenton, Charles Jennings 66 

( Colonel ) - - 23-27 

Edith M -. 288 

Herman E 288 

Homer F 288 

Isabelle 6" 

Margaret E. (Strieby) 288 

Marion 206-288 

Myrtle M 288 

Sarah A. (Montgomery) 66 

Fernandez, Isobel Mary 63 

Evelyn Jane 63 



IXDIvX 



XV 



FiTnc. Adil.M Miilicl Hill 

Alan \\ I 77 ir,<l 

Anna (Iciincss) 2T}Vi 

i>avi.i ra 

David Diuci^s 77Hi<» 

Dilhi- llaUcr .■!7 77 

I'Mwaid liailliolomew KM) lir>('i 

Klizahclh C ;.'."•.". 

Islizaliiili (Dcvvces) 77 

I'lmilx' Cleaver KiO 

iMnily ( h'aver ( Ita il Imlnnicw) 1(1(1 

lMi;;(in' I luleliinsoii KK)-!!.")." 

Flnrenee A \lTt7t 

h'redei-ie llaker 77 

(i CO !•«■(' CI em son 77-l(I(l 

(iedi'Ke Kiifjene li.'iri 

IliiTold \'iiii;;lin li'Mi 

1 1 (den .lenness 2."il) 

Helen Mai'^'.irct 2."." 

Howard (Jaiiett l(l()-2r>l> 

Kallierine .Iose|)liinp '2'i7< 

Mai-^ai-el (Halpin) 2riri 

•Maiian Iv (Coapman) 2.")." 

Mai'ian K 2.") 

Mary Kli/.al)eth 77 

Mary Kcdiccca 2.") 

Mildr.'d Kli/.aliel h 2.V) 

Xewbeinc Mackey 2r)(> 

Kaeliel Jane (Mackev) '2Tti'> 

K(lHica (Zook) '. KiO 

Kowland Howidl 2r»() 

Tlionias Waters 77-1(10 

'William I )e\ve('s i(;0-255 

William Halpin 27,7) 

Ferverba, Chloa Ijds 

Hiram : I'lis 

Ivy 2()S 

Fcttorman, Clyde 17.") 

Iran 1 7.-> 

Mary Ellen 17.". 

Pidler, Adam Franklin 110- 207 

Edith Elizabeth (Rull) 207 

Elizabeth Dell (White) 28!) 

UeorKc lOniard 207-o.SS 

.Tessie ^lae 207 

.T(din A 11(1 

Lewis D 2S!) 

Margaret (Fancil) lid 

Mary Elizabeth 2S!( 

Noah Winfred 207-2Sn 

Perry Elmer 207 

Filbert, Edward Darling 2.'5:V.'{(IS 

Fannie (Darling) 2."i.". 

George W l.")()-2.">:i 

IToraee A 2.">.'! 

Horace Darling MOS 

Helen 2;":; 

Mary E. (Buchter) 3(1,S 

Thomas Stanley 2.53 

Finer, Arthur A 20!1-2!)1 

Darlene Elizabeth 201 

George •'()!) 

Kuth Bardella (Willis) 201 

Fink, Anna M ■'7-' 

Cora E 271 

Daisy 271 

Edna 272 

Elizabeth Newell 247 

Ivan Berlin 247 

• loliii lierlin 247 

.lolm II 272 

•Tnhn .T. B 148-247 

Mary E. (Packler) 271 

Mary ,J. (MoQuistion) 247 

Minnie M 270 

Wilbur 272 

\Villiara 272 

"William C is.">-271 

Finlay, Sarah Mary 170 



I'inley, (Surge. >fi GenornI) Al«xan(li-r |(i2 

I'Mlzabelli (.Moore) H;2 

.(iimcM Kandlette 2.">M .'!:;.S 

BoniHe (Dewee.n) 'J.VS 

'I'lioiiia'* DeWfL'H 2."iS:!.'!X 

W.iller I, !li2 2.">H 



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I HI 
244 



Fisher, Alice Amelia 

DaiOel I) 

Daniel Deckard 

lOnielie S 

Harry (iilison 

.lerinie Blanche ( Deckard ) 

I'isk. Asa FranclH 

( larissii Brace 

(laiissa I'.r.ace f pfassler) 

l''iske, Amanda .lian (. Newman) . 

Klsie Latimer (Smith) 

.lay .\llen 145- 244 

.lohn Dewey , 14fi-244 

Koger .\llen 244 

Filzpatrick, Adelaide Bernice (Wilson).... 282 

Bc-rnice 282 

Thomas .lames 106-282 

Flagg, M.iria 78 

Fonville, Albert Sydney 177-2C>7 

Elmira Lucille 2<;7 

Herman Albert .. 267 

Maude Pearl (Power) 267 

Forbes, Mary Elizabeth 121 

William H 121 

l''iird, Ijouise 106 

Margaret Ann i:U 

Mary Sarah 120 

Fordyce, Bessie 206 

E. Viola 110 

Kdith 206 

Frank 206 

Harry 206 

-lames H 100-206 

•lames L :....50-100 

Lydia ion 

Maggie 206 

Margaret S. (Bull) 100 

Mary (Bennett) 206 

Mary E 109 

Robert W HO 

Sarah 100 

Konman, Minerva Myrtle (Locke) 289 

Kichard Dale 289 

\'elma 289 

William Willard 207-289 

Forpaugh, Olive 100 

Forrest, Charles Weyman 64-144 

Elizabeth 82-144 

George 82 

.Tuliii (Kraemer) 82 

Lillian L 216 

Louisa 144 

Louisa (Xourse) 1-14 

Kebeeca Morris 144 

Forster, .\nnie Bull (Aliicks) 168 

Benjamin Law 84-168 

Caroline Alricks 168 

((Jeneral) .lohn 84 

.lohn Douglas ItiS 

Margaret (Law) 84 

Forsythe, Eliza 69 

Foster, Blanche Richards (Taylor) 307 

(Don) Juan 40 

Frank C 251-307 

Lueia Kebecea 307 

(Rev,) William 326 



XVI 



INDEX 



Fowler, A. Henry 251 

Anna M l2| 

Arthur Joseph ^ol 

Carl 25j 

Clemenee L -^2] 

Earl James £^] 

George W ■■::- Sol 

J. C lol-2o 

Lester F -•'^1 

Pearl Elizabeth 251 

Richard Ellis 2ol 

Sidney Ellis (Ekis) 251 

William C 2al 

Franklin, Caroline 158 

Freeze, Kate P. 146 

Fremont (General) 40 

French, Charles Howard 216-293 

Charles W 119-216 

Dorothv Louise 293 

Ellen P. (Friedley) 216 

Lillian L. (Forrest) 293 

Friedley, Eleanor Henry 216 

Ellen Pawling 119 

Ellen (Pawling) 119 

Emilv Sherwood (Gemung) 216 

Henry 54-119-216 

Rebecca Pawling 119 

Rebecca (Pawling) 119 

Friend, David 205 

Ella 205 

Hannah (Etymire) 20o 

Frissell, Adelaide Isadore (Wilson) 197 

Boas 197 

Charles Brown 283 

Charles Wilson 197 

Duncan Phillip 283 

Ella 197 

Ella (Brown) 283 

Emma Louise (Duncan) 28.. 

Henry 197 

Howard 197-338 

Mav 197 

Nathanial Cook 103-197 

Patrick 197-283-338 

Rebecca (Houck) 283 

Richard William 197-283 

Samuel 197 

Thomas Taylor 197-283-338 

Frizzle, May 1 114 

Frothingham, Mary Foster 163 

Fry, Mary Vivian 49 

Mildred 49 

Frye, Alberta 277 

Emma Frances (Carter) 277 

Morton 191-277 

Paul Carter 297 

Robert 297 

Frver, Effie Marie 306 

Ida Elizabeth (Boger) 306 

Jacob Fegley 246-308 

Jamar Ferdinan 306 

Mabel Estelle 306 

Maria 246 

Rebecca 246 

Fuller, Frederick Pardee 233-297 

Katherine Barnard 297 

Margaret S. (Cissel) 297 

Richard Frederick 297 

Fultz, Otto L - 181 

Furman, Joseph B 92 

Gallagher, Frances 227 

Galloway (Major) 329 



Gaily, Benjamin Willey 237 

Benjamin William 135-237 

Howard Davison 237 

Mary Matilda (Davison) 237 

Thomas Kilbourne 237 

Garber, Dora , 210 

Emanuel 210 

Jacob 206-288 

Mabel Virginia 288 

Martha Algina (Upson) 288 

Polly (White) 206 

Samuel W 206 

Sarah 210 

Vigo Wayne 288 

Gardner, Alice Milton (Killitts) 313 

Catherine (Richwine) 93 

Edward Everett 179 

Elizabeth (Shatto) 93 

Frank Worth 179-268 

Harry Waldo 300-313 

Harvey LeRoy 179 

Hugh Edward 268 

John 93 

John Killitts 313 

Marv A. (Smith) 94-179 

Mvrtle Irene (Paul) 268 

Paul Shatto 268 

Reuben 93-179 

William 93 

William Henry 313 

Garland, Blanche Crain 215 

Florence Elizabeth (Crain) 215 

Rhey S'tuart 215 

Garman, Leroy 187-274 

Luella M 274 

Marv (Maelhorn) 274 

Mary R 274 

Garnet (Miss) 239 

Garret, Andrew 112 

Etta 112 

Minerva 112 

Garrett, Ann 337 

Elinor 337 

George 337 

John 115 

Thomas 15 

William 15 

Gauthier, Katherine Anderson (Jordan).... 214 

Paul P 116-214 

William Bull Jordan 214-338 

Geddy, M. J 53 

Gemmil, Elizabeth Shettle (Hoover) 277 

Jeannette 277 

Raymond 190-277 

Raymond Merwin 277 

Richard 277 

Gemung, Emily Sherwood 119 

Genie, Catherine Josephine 228 

Gerald, Carolyn 288 

Gerard, Alma 151 

Gestler, Floretta Elizabeth (Cochran) .... 248 

Harry 248 

James H 150-248 

Margaret 248 

Susan Arabel "48 

Getzendammer, Anna Jaquelin (Morgan) 241 

Henry Clay '^^'^'Wi 

Jaquelin 241 

Margaret "41 

Gibbons, Ella Jeannette 220 

Gibson, Alvin Roy 250 

Clarence Walker .- 250 

Elgie Leon 250 

Elgin Marlin 2oO 

Eli 151-250 



IXhl'.X 



XVII 



(■'il)Siill, l':il;i 

ICiniMu .liii 

(it'or^c 

(il'dlKC l,osli(' 



(Ekis) 



■J ."ill 

•J.M I 
L'.-.l 



(icoiKc \V , l.'il L'.'ill 

IIi'i'litM'i Lawrence I'.'iii 

IliUlii May li.'id 

Trii •J."i> 

.IdIih lirid 

.Idscpll Ij.",!) 

.Idsi'pli nonnld ; li.'il 

Lilli.-iii IUmmcIic ....: ; L>."() 

M:irs;iiri't ITiO 

iM :i ly ]ir<{] 

Nil tie 10" 

I'hiiimu'r „.; 2."i<> 

Kulli Jane 2.")! 

Stella Kllice I'.-.U 

Susan Klizalictli li.'l 

Susan T. (Kkis) 2r.ll 

Gilbert. John X\~ 

Lily ISii 

Gilleand. Anna Dolby (Robinson) 7I> 

David :{.">- 7(1 

Nancy (inthrie 71) 

Gillet, Alice 217 

Bertha 217 

Cliarlotle Milnor 217 

Klnislie Morven 120-217 

Jane Haxall 217 

T^angdon 21 7 

Mildred 217 

Susan V. (Milnor) 217 

Gillinghani, Sarah .l.'Ui 

Gillsland, Mary S , lO.i 

Gilpin, Anna (Porter) 7S 

Louisa Hosalind Howard 7S 

Richard B 7S 

Gipson, Charles 1S2 

Charles Benjamin Benjamin 94-1S2 

Charles Linn 1S2 

Herbert Leslie .'. ls'2 

M. Eva (Jordan) ]S;2 

John Claude 1^2 

Mary Eleanor 1S2 

Ralph Jordan 1«2 

Theodore 1 R2 

AValter Ben 1«2 

Wellington 1S2 

Givorden, Minerva Lee 2S7 

Gladfelter, Albert 271 

Raymond 271 

Godson. Elizabeth Annis 2-1." 

Frederick Halford 245-X!S 

Josepha Bovd (Bentlev) .... 2J." 

William Frederick Halford 147-245-;',:!S 

Good, Helen S 124 

Gooden, H. Alice <),S 

Goodman, Rosa T..ee ..! 2.')S 

Goodrich. Caspar 217 

Caspar Frederick 120-21 (> 

Eleanor 21 (> 

Eleanor (Milnor) ..,_ 216 

Garnet Woolsey 217 

Glady.s ." "^^!..".. 217 

Milnor 217 

Goodspeed. Luella 7(; 

Goodwin. C'richfield 108-20.") 

Robert 20.1 

Roy G 22S 

SallV Ann ( Vanderford ) 2dr> 

Gordon, Elizabeth (Bull) 40 

Joanna (or Jemima j ;"il 

S'arah 20 

Thomas D ".". 27-40 



(ioluald, (K.v.) Alexaiidi'i' |i)l 

(fill wall, .\tlee 27.'{ 

Clara ((ioodinK) 2711 

(foiilfli, VVilnier . i;»j 

(iraet, (^iirl ji;i 

Charles F | r,s jiw 

Kli/.abi-lh (Mu7.iird) jci 

(iraluini, Kdwiri |i;:; 

(iranilon. .\niie Eleanor (KdwiirdH) .W.', 

I'lleanor Katherine .".i:! 

Herbert Martin '.U\^ .'A-'. 

(Jray, |,SK 

Greathouse, Enla Carrie 237 

Greenleaf, ( Uev. ) I'utrick Henry 42 

Gregory (Cuptain) :;.", 

Mary Ellis :;.". 

(ircidrr, .Mcxander Diven Ilu 20S 

.\ nii.i TAt 

Elizabeth Ill) 

P^lizabeih (Howenstine) ."><> 

Fannie May 20S 

Ili'iiry ."ill 

Henry Lee llo 

John ."Ill lO 

.loseph W Ill 

Lamb -^ Ill 

Maria ."lO 

Marv 1 1 1 

Mary CTiarlotte (Clark) 20.«t 

Mary Esther 20S 

Rebecca Jane (Bull) HO 

Greig, Bessie Mechling 2.")] 

Bessie Pearl (Mechling) 2.">1 

Dorothy Margaret 2.">1 

Margaret I."i2 

(Dr.) Thomas George l."2-2."1 

Walter 1:^2 

Gricoe, Harry 17;i 

Grier, (Dr.) Xathan 22 

Griffith. Margaret L ISO 

Sallie IH." 

Grinian, Emodel 104 

Grimm, Amanda OS 

Barbara 4." 

Emmaline (Bull) US 

John 4.">-0.S 

Mary .lane OS 

Grimshaw. Mary Xewton l:iS 

Grippen. Blanche (Roberts) 1.^2 

Bruce Roberts m2 

Charles Meredith l.S:l 

Dennis Wasmus 0.">-tS2-l.s:', 

Margaret (Wallace) 05 

Roger Wallace _ l.S:i 

Gronow. Bathsheba (Morgan) 1." 

(Colonel) John 1."> 

Lewis l:; 

Gross, Amanda (Grimm) 1,^7 

Bernard Russell 27.'> 

Catherine (Wents) OS 

Chester 100-2".Mi 

Emma Kate 1S7 

Esther Elizabeth 270 

Frank l.SS 

Israel 188-274 

Kathryn Romaine 27t> 

Lawience .\ndrews 187-2 7-'! 

Marian Rvith 27(> 

ifary A. (Maelhorn) 274 

Myrtle (Strine) 27."". 

Xet tie 274 

Pauline 274 

Pauline Evelyn 27o 

Samuel ." OS 

Samuel .Vrphila 1.S7 

A'iola R 27:i 

Walter 274 

Zacharias Harold 2715 



XVlll 



INDEX 



Grubb, Ella Jennie 75 

Grymes, Phillip 327 

Guese, Edward S 284-312 

Ethel (McNeely) -^^j 

Frederick • -^J 

Louisa -'J*^ 

Lucius McNeely -jJ^- 

Guest, Charles 65 

Cornelia ^ V2 

Mary Eliza (Smith) a-^i- 

Samuel Maynard "'''j^^ 

Sara Richmond l^-J 

Guilford, Maud E 136 

Gunnell, Leonard ^25-225 

Mary (Newbold) 22o 

Gurley, Caroline -- - 221 

Elizabeth Scott (Rittenhouse) 220 

Ella Jeannette (Gibbons) 29b 

Emily 220 

Ferdinand --1 

Florence Powell  2.Jb 

Franklin Rittenhouse 2-0 

George Hull 221 

Henrietta ~JJ 

Marion ----- --^ 

Ralph Randolph 220-296 

William Fitzhugh 12-^ 

William Henry Fitzhugh 12.> 

Gutsch, Milton R 204 

Hadley, Kate Louise (Powell) 304 

Louisa f/^-\ 

Powell •-'"'' 

William E 236-304 

Haggard, Edwin ^-^-^ 286 

Edwin A -^-'iot 

Laura ^»o 

Nora (Rufe) - 286 

Hagley, Alice Virginia 142 

Hahn, Douglas Mason 265 

Elizabeth 2bo 

Elizabeth (Peters) IX" 

Ernest 1'6 

Ernest Allan 2b.j 

Helen Mildred 26o 

Ida Gabrielle (Ransom) 26o 

Mabel Christine - • 26o 

Myron Christian 1(6-260 

Halle, Alexander 332 

Haines, Alonzo Johnson ITO 

Charles Laurence ■^*|-^ 

Charles S'iders 1'79'26| 

Ebenezer 93 

Eleanor (N'eyman) 268 

Frances March - 1'9 

Helen McCleary 268 

Jane (McCleary) --■ 1/.9 

John Hatch 93-l<9 

John Smith 32 

Josiah ono 

Mary Helen (Nourse) oUo 

Reuben 2^ 

Robert Neyman -b;J 

Rosamond (Johnson) 9;^ 

Samuel Morris 3- 

Sarah H. (Bull) 32 

W. Morris 232-303 

Hale, Mary Newbold (Patterson) 295 

Richard Waldon 219-295 

Hall, Araminta McC'auley (Moseley) 312 

(Rev.) B. F 112 

Charles Moseley 31J 

Edna Marv 2o0 

Elizabeth Emily l->0 

Elizabeth Jane (Willis) 210 

Emily Maria (Potter) 130 

Graca Eliza (Mechling) -.- 250 



Hall, Harry Eugene loT-2oO 

(Dr.) James Calvin IVi'zVo 

John "'^^"■lA^ 

Libby F 100 

Mary Anna 113 

Mary Jane - — 69 

Owen Buell 13^ 

Richard Henry -^-^ 126 

Roscoe Willis - - 210-3o8 

Halpin, Margaret - - 160 

Mary 160 

Thomas 160 

Halsey, Ann H'l 

Halstead, Eliza Jane - 60 

Hamen, John 185 

Hamer, Ann - '^^ 

Hamilton, Charles G ^^^"off 

Charles Maynard 244 

(Earl) Robert o» 

Elizabeth oj 

Elizabeth Gurden 244 

James T. Ifo 

Jane Elizabeth - 14o 

Sarah Richmond (Guest) 244 

Hammett, John lOO 

Hancock (General) 41 

Haney, Dewey K 288 

Hannebrink, Clarence 286 

l!^S^..:::::z:::z;z=:::=;:::z:^-i86 

John 286 

Lucy (Ruff) 286 

Ruth 286 

Hansel, Mary Alice 103 

Happin, Ruth 228 

Harding (Bishop) 140 

Florence — °1 

Hardman, Sara Kaye 86 

Hardy, Sarah 336 

Hare, Eula 139 

Harley, Eugene 208 

Pearl 208 

Snowden ^'-'o 

Harmer, (Colonel) Josiah 13 

Harris, Addie Beth (Conly) 279 

Annie E 106 

Beulah - 106 

Clarence Pinckney 287 

Cora C. (Howard) 203 

Dora B. (McLain) 287 

(Dr.) Edward R - lOo 

Emery J - 204-287 

Esther 287 

Tfln T 204 

Ym-.zzz:::zz:::z::z 93-279 

Lily L. 203 

Mabel Octavia -2^ 

Mattie Bell -- 2^9 

Moman ^^ 

Ned 279 

Onver"""s:'"-; 106-203 

Ravmond Thomas 2^,^ 

Sam - 2^9 

Ted 2<9 

(Commissioner) Townsend G^ 

William Herbert - 279-339 

Willie J 20d 

Harrison, Bennie 104 

Harry, Florence 165 

Florence ^ — 



Hart, 



John 

Thompson, 



D. 



336 
122 



1X1 ) I', x 



XIX 



llaiiji-. Cli.'irli's (Ir.int lilM .".((T 

llclcii (iii'l w riKlit •ll*~ 

NiiDiiii (Davis) .'HiT 

K'icliMrd 14JC_MS 

i;nii,ii(i II 24S:::'.!i 

S'i.hiiv Kllis lils 

Siiliii'v OriMshy ( McQuistion) lilS 

Hail mil M, Cnioliiic '.IS 

Harvey, Samuel ."7 

Savali Xorlli ."iT 

IlasNler, Aclillicit Kci.ert li.'tl 

Aiiila Kusalir i;!(l 

-Anna H. (Cullcim) :'Ay2 

Aiuia l':ii/.aliclli 'M\-2 

Anna .losepha (Noui'se) 1L".I 

Anna May i;.",ll 

Annie Kate (Rnrnett) L'.".l 

Arlluii- K«:1ht| 2:{1-:!<iL' 

Kerlha (IhinziUer) .•{Ul.' 

Cliarles All KM St MS ."S TJ!) 

Charles Ferdinand li.'il-.'tDlI 

Cliarles William 12i>-L';!ll 

Clara l?ra.-e (Smith) L'.-.O 

Clarissa Uraee '_':!(• 

iMlitli l)\vii;ht L'.'HI 

Kllrc'da Irene l':;! 

Klizalielh Kmily (Mall) L'.-'.l 

I'erdinand Augustus V^0-2'M-'.\-'2 

Marv Caroline l.'lu 

Walter L'.'Kl 

William Herst'ord li."!() 

llalelier. Helieeca 2(>L' 

I laltirld. Jacdl) :V.',-i\~ 

llause, Klizabetli ;!,S 

Henry ;?.S 

Jaeol) 88 

TTawk, Marie 17S 

ITawke. Julia A 175 

Hawkhursl, Elizabeth 20 

Hazard, Colton Dunbar 2fi2 

Elizabeth lfi,S 

Elizabeth (Clemson) KiS 

Erskine ItiS 

Ethel laS 

Fisher S.'i-lfiS 

Floride Clemson 2(>1 

J.)hii Clemson i()S-2t>l 

liouisa Hreinipr 2til 

Mary A. ( Breiniff) 2(il 

Mary Dunbar (Creigh) 2fi2 

Mary Fullerton KiS 

Susan Hobinson (Gilpin) 172 

Vineent Hattield 2()2 

Willis (iilpin '>(;•' 

Willis Hatfield i72-2fi2 

WMllis Pope 172 

Hazen, Ellen 114 

Headley, Ann (Fairehild) .•',2 

Annie t)7 

Annii> Latona 14t! 

Benjamin Franklin 67-14('> 

diaries (',7 

Elizabeth Boyd (17 

Frank MeGoldriek 14(1 

Helen Mason (Thomas) 141^) 

Helen Thomas 14() 

.lohn Boyd 6(M4(i 

Kate P. (Freeze) 244 

Maria .Tosepha l-l(> 

Maria Josepha (Boyd) (J(> 

Mary ." 244 

Mary Elizabeth ]4() 

Minerva 244 

l^iisina .T. (MeGoldriek) 14(5 

(Dr.) Samuel 32 

Samuel Freeman 32-60 

Thomas Boyd 244 

"William Thomas 146-244 



llijiinf, TlioinaH WeMloii li;«; 

I I ecldMUli, I'lli/.abelh , t.', 

Iledrick, David Irvin 171 262 .'!:',!» 

David WortliiuKton .... 2(i2 

21 rj 



Coold .lanie.s 

Mildred WorlhinKloii (Hull) 
IfeibergiT, .Addis 

( 'la renco 

Dorothy Nairn 

Isli/.alielli h'lora 

I'aiinv 

l''loreni-e May 

I'ra nz .lolin 

.\Iaiy Wilson (Nairn) 

Ileirier, Flora 

Heiges, I'Jizabeth A 

Heindel, lierlha 

Ileisler, Elizab.lh (Witman) 

.Iidin Einig 



2<;2 

. 2M 
2! IS 

2!IS 
2! IS 
2! IS 
■_'2!l 
221 '.2! IS 
L'llS 

I ii: 

I IS 

iss 

28 
28 

((ieneral) .loseph 28 

Mary Elizabeth 28 

Helinkamf, Amelia 204 

Heiich, .\braham Lincoln 114 

Alice M 212 

Alvin M 1'12 

Berniee A 212 

D.iniel M 114 212 

Eddie R LTJ 

F^udora Elizabeth (Murphy) Ill 

George P | 14 

(xeorgie May 212 

(xlen Edward 212 

Grace (Bull) ll.-, 

Grace N 212 

Grace T 211 

Hannah Jane 114 

Hazel V l'12 

Helen Bebb 202 

Helen (Bebb) 211 

Helen Kathryn 211 

Horace .". 211-202 

Ida (Kindle) 211 

James IJnn •. 114 

Jane Tiiiin 11:5 

Jay Lyman 211-202 

John r>2ii:5 

•Toliii Bull 113-114 21 1 

John David i'<)2 

.Fosephine 21 1 

Katherine Eltinge 202 

Leroy P 212 

Madeline Nash (Meachnin) 202 

Margaret A. (Bull) 114 

Mary 112 212 

Mary I.,inn 211 

Mary M. (Xeville) 212 

Matilda (Williams) 112 

May I. (Frizzle) 212 

Rachel Eltinge (Cable) .... 202 

Ralph Bull 2ii-;;:;o 

Richard 211 

Robert H 212 

Robert Henrv 113-ii4-2ii 212 

Ruth Hazel 211 

Thomas Meredith ll:; 

Viola (Jones) -^F" 

William C Hi' 

AVilliam R II4 

AVilliam Robinson .V^ 114 

(Rev.) AVilliam Ross il.l^ll 

Hendersiin. .Anna 84-122-220 

Christopher Stuart .">(5 

Conly AA'illiani 278 

Crittenden ".".. 122 

Elizabeth Phillipson ."i."i 

Elizabeth (Stuart) 55-122 

Kninia 41 

Emma (Boyd) "!".......... 220 



XX 



INDEX 



Henderson, Frank 122 

Franz Parman 278 

John Graff 56-84-122 

Julia Hannah 39 

Julia (Seager) ?)9 

Madge - - 193-278 

Marv Ann 56-122 

Martha Patterson 56 

Matilda lf>3 

Mattie Bell (C'only) 278 

Nc^t 193 

Parman J •. 193-278 

Phoebe Ann (Ashtaridge) 84-122 

Thomas - 39 

William 29-55-56 

William H 122-220 

Hendrick, Roberta Luckey 222 

Hendricks, Myrtle M - 206 

Samuel 109-206 

Sarah (Fordyce) 206 

Henlev, Amanda Estill (Chapman) 205 

Harvev Davis 108-205 

Marv 205 

Sallie Clifton 205 

Hennecke, John 272 

John Augustus 310 

Myrtle Fackler 310 

Henry, Jessie Powell 237 

Jesse Ward 237 

John 287 

John Porter - 239 

Katie Madison (Davison) 237 

Macdonald 237 

(Governor) Patrick 18 

(Judge) W 136 

William 34 

Hense, Bertha Grace 191 

Hensler, Anna 151 

Herons, Anna 78 

Herringer, Tillie 17^7 

Hersh, Louisa 71 

Hershaw, Martha 122 

Hershman, Esther Anne 277 

George E 191-277 

Harold Wright 277 

Lillie M. (Wright) 277 

Hewlett, Frances Louisa 219 

Hicks, Nicholas 321 

Hill, (Dr.) Samuel Smith 158-254 

Valeria Elizabeth (Clymer) 254 

William 13 

Hillman, Arthur 156-253 

Emily Cist (Darling) 253 

Natalie McClintock 253 

Hinckley, Hannah (Milzard) 72 

M. F 71 

Margaret Allen 71 

Hindbaugh, Elsie Doris 289 

Emma D 207 

Georgie Mae 289 

Jessie Frances 289 

Jessie Mae (Fidler) 289 

John Merlin 289 

John Wilson 207-289 

William M. 207 

Hines. Annie Laura (Brown) 199 

Austin Lunsford 104-199 

Elsie - 200 

Fay Alphonso 199 

Grace 200 

Kathrvn 284 

Lois (Tubbs) 284 

Paul Asborn 200 

Rupert Lunsford :. 200 

Shabv Ann (Wilson) 199 

Thomas C 199-284 

Wilson Sears 284 



Hinkle, Alice 97 

Asher 97 

Caroline 67 

Elizabeth 67 

Garrett - 67 

Hite, Anna Jaquelin 134 

Anna Tunstall Maury 59 

Cornelius Baldwin 61-138 

Cornelius Benjamin 138-239 

Elizabeth Smith 138 

Isaac 138 

(Major) Isaac 59 

Isaac Fontaine 60-134 

Margaret Lewis (Marshall) 239 

Maria Louisa (Davison) 134 

Mary Eltinge 59 

Matilda Madison 60 

Hitt, Hazel Winfred 286 

Helen Gavle 286 

Jessie (Ruff) 286 

William Jerry 202-286 

Hobart, Dorothy Marion Clare 171 

Marion Hobart (Hungerford) 171 

Robert Hobart Bull Wingfleld 171 

Robert Hobart Smith 171 

Hobbs, Augusta Louisa (S'mith) 241 

Elizabeth St. Clair 241 

Elon St. Clair 140-241 

Evelyn Jaquelin 241 

William Morgan 241 

Hodges, Elizabeth 337 

Hoes, (Chaplain) R. R 9 

Hoffman, Polly 24 

Rachel 47 

Hogbin, Hannah Jane (Hench) 212 

John 114-212 

William R 212 

Hoge, Arthur G 263-309, 

Lela May (Bosserman) 309 

Lela Sarissa 309 

Hogue, Linda 229. 

Holcomb, Sarah 50 

Holmes, Joseph 30 

Holstein, Elizabeth Wayne (Hargman) 38 

George W - 38 

Henry 321 

Laura (Brooke) 38 

Homans, Emily Louise 131 

Honts, Hurley - 185 

Lillian 18o 

Martha (Bull) 18o 

9i 

Hook, Elizabeth Smith (Richards) 252 

Henry Ferdinand 252 

Henry M 154-252 

Laura Eugenia 2o2 

Leila Margaret 2o2 

Hooven, G. Myrtle (Strieby) ^;,A sS^ 

Harvev E - 206-289 

Mary B -. 289 

Hoover, Augustus D. Jll5"i22 

Clarence Shettle '^^^'zl- 

Dorothy 27< 

Elizabeth (Beal) 10<> 

Elizabeth Shettle --- 190 

John H ^^'}^ 

Kate. 100 

Maggie ^^' 

Minerva (Trone) 2(7 

Rebecca A Iw 



IXDI'.X. 



XXI 



U<>],v. Acidic -<MI 

Addison :i(Ci;si; 

A Inn. '-''Ill 

('liir;i Liiuisc U.M> 

Cliini (I'lils) liMC. 

Diivid (• inl 10.- •_'<M)-_'Sl 

David Kdwiinl Inl IliC.L'St 

Dciidtliv l.niillc -Sl"> 

i:d-:ir  L.iu li,. lor.L'dJ 

Kli/a belli -NC, 

Kli/.alH'ili S'ophia (Wilson) •-Mil.' 

Kllis (' li(lli-i;s:. 

lliiiris li012-:jM(; 

Hull •J.sr, 

l,.nii-!i (McN.M'lv) :i<>t> 

Lillic (Knox) 284 

l,u<v 202 

Miirv 202 

Muttio 201 

Niu'cissa (Harris) 104-1(1.' 

NVllic 2S4 

Nols.Mi 28li 

Kichard Pearl 201 

Thdiiias 2S(> 

Hopkins, Allen Linn 21:? 

Charlotte Wise 21!) 

Chauncev Hav Iir>-21:! 

(Kfv.) Henrv 21!i 

.lames 2:i 

Martha Elizabeth 21:! 

Mary \i. CHvill) 21:5 

Horn, Ethel 2S1 

Hazel 2S1 

.Tohn V inC>-2Sl 

Ruth Cecilia liTl' 

Yuba (Snider) 281 

Houck, Rebecca 197 

Houfchton, Mathew Hawes 107 

Howard, Adda Martin (Wilson) 28.'! 

Bessie Mae 170 

Caroline .lane 178 

(Mcero 40-101? 

Clitlie Leona 178 

Cora C 100 

Donald Osgood 208 

Edith Mildred 177 

Effie KMi 

Elizabeth F 1(14- 10C> 

Elvira l-oretta 178 

Flora Octavia 1(Mi 

Grace S. (Lord) 177 

Harry 177 

Ida (Martin) 208 

Iva 100 

.Tohn O. W O:! 

.lohn Rov 170-208 

.Joseph Daniel 02-177 

Lilv Colvinibia (Wilson) !(»(! 

Mabel Adelia 177 

Max Melvin 2(;s 

Nellie (Keeves) 2(i8 

Osgood Robert 170-2(>8 

Samuel Morton 178 

Sarah Avis 28:? 

Susie 28:". 

Theresa Caroline (Wilson) 100 

Uriel Monroe 48-1(ir> 

Vernon 208 

(Dr.) William Nicholas 198-28:> 

Howe (General) 11 

George 218-294 

Helen 294 

Marie 204 

Marie .1. (Patterson) 294 

Thomas 321 

Howell, Lucetta 63 

Hubbell, Grace 125 



AS 



.',ti 



IhiMcy, Davi.l \HH 

Kiizalieth (Mnelhoni) 

Lu.dia .M 

.Mary i.V 

! Infills, i liiiiniilj I I lolHtein) 

Isaac 

Sarah 

Ilui;hcv, .\mi.iihIu 

Henry 

Marl ni 

IOicIm'1 Suirilila (WiUon) 

Ihlll, Aire 

( lv'i\ . ) I'.en.iaiiiin 

Clarissa .losepha 

(Key.) David (D.D.) 

David I'rampton 

I'^mily .Mice 

Ilaiinah 

.lerusha M. (Willard) 

.lohn Kiltcnhnuse ^ 

.foscph F rain I) to II 12." 

Mabel Ferincr (Swartz)' 

Marv E. (Mehuffey) 

Price 

Susan 

Tom 

Waldo Willard 224 

William Rittenhouse 12-"> 

Humphrey, Bertha 

D. L 

Hunger ford, Charles 

Kineline .\nianda (Nims) 

Marion llnljarl 

Hunter, Adelia li. (Ueattv) 

Ann 

Ann (Parry) 1 

Anne 

Charles E 91 

(Hon.) David 

Edith 

George 

.lohn 1 

Margaret 

Mary 

Peter 

Roy Henry 

Sarah (Gunsaulus) 

Winn if red 

Ilunziker, Bertha 

Harford, .Tames Ravner 8.8 

Sue Dorothee (Bull) 

Hursh, David 

Huston, Alexander 

Anna Maria (Ottinger) 

Charles ft8 

Heniietta Ottinger 

Mary Elma 

Sarah 

Hutchinson, Ben Bailev 

Elizabeth B. (Hall) 

lone Ann (Moselev) 

(Dr.) .T. Thomas '. 27.8 

^lary Rebecca 

Hvatt. Archibald Karl 

EtTie .Tane (Statler) 

.lennie 

.Tohn Statler 

(Dr.) .lohn William 194 

Raymond Earl 

Stephen 

Hyde, .\nna Maria (Smith) 

.\nthony 

Ellen Adair (Augur) 

Emily Rowland 

Fannie (Rittenhouse) 

Thomas 125-224 



!.'7:'i 



■_"• • 
■J'.l 
■_". I 

111 
im: 

1 1 Hi 

IIH'i 

.V. 

.".(■ 
221 

1 J.". 
■J-J t 

224 

207 

•J2» 

•_'07 

224 

.".(i 

.">(•> 

."iCi 

207 

224 

194 
104 

87 
87 
87 

171 

i:: 

L' i:; 

i:: 

174 

]s:', 

!«:•. 

i:', 

2 i:; 

l-j 

.">1 

i:: 

174 

174 
2:U 



172 

172 

II Ml 

(■i8 
147 
147 
147 
147 

(i8 

::r_' 

77 

:112 

.-.12 

77 

li.SO 
2.80 
104 
:.',8i) 

L'.80 
280 
104 

125 
125 
208 
225 
224 
208 



XXll 



INDEX 



Hykes, Albert Roy 190 

Annie K 

Bertha (Emig) 

Carl Lincoln 

Caroline N 

Catherine Rebecca 

Charles Nevin 

Dorothy May 

Edgar S .190- 

Elizabeth H 

George Cunningham 

Harry Elwood 

Kate (Hoover) 

Mary E 

Samuel David 

Samuel W 

Susie (Cunningham) — 

William Albert 

William H. 

Inglis, Caroline 

Carolyn Clay (Rittenhouse) 

David Rittenhouse 

William 225 

Irvine ( General ) 

Irwin, Emma Janetti (Mechling) 

Hovsrard 



276 
190 
276 
275 
190 
275 
275 
276 
275 
190 



.100- 



Isenberg, Joseph G. ' 

Lenore Ross 

Lois (Duffy) 

Jackson, Alfreda Ann Tucker (Smith) 

Alfred Ann Tucker 

(President) Andrew 

Arthur 

Elizabeth 

George W 62-63- 142- 

Jessie (Bosserman) 

Louisa — 

Maria Louisa Hite (Smith) 

Mary 

Mary Darley 

Maude Hazel 

Susan 

William B 173 



190 
190 
275 
190 
275 
276 
190 
298 
29S 
298 
298 
11 
249 
150 
921 
221 
221 

143 
143 

IS 
263 
142 
143 
263 
142 
142 
142 
143 
263 

45 
263 

Jacobs, Ann 12-22 

Ann Hunter 41 

Caroline Snowden 76 

Cyrus 12-23 

Cyrus Hamilton 41-89 

Elizabeth Revinus 89 

Fanny Margaret 89 

James Cyrus 89 

James Hunter 42 

James Old 23-41 

Jesse Elliott 89 

John 11-12 

John Creigh .' ...^ 89 

Katharine 172 

(Makall) 89 

Margaret Old 22-23 

Margaretta (Bull) ..:.... 41 

Mary (Creigh) ...•. 89 

Mary Duncan 89 

Mary (Elliott) 89 

Mary (Whipple) 172 

Mildred (Muir) 172 

Rebekah 11 

Thomas Bull 42-89 

Whipple 172 

William Vaughan :89-172 

Jaquelin Mary ..:... 326 

James (King) :. . 13 

Thomas 321 

Janvier, Edwin P 218 

Florence : 218 

Jean, Clarence L 201 

Jenkins, John _ 337 

Marv 53 



Jenks, Charles H 121 

Fannie A 55 

Francis B 218 

Jonathon 55 

Jenness, Anna 160 

Hiram David 160 

Sarah Rebecca 160 

Johns, (Bishop) John 133 

Johnson, Benjamin 105 

Bertha 150 

Jesse 159 

John 150 

(Bishop) Joseph H 171 

Margaret (Sneed) 159 

Martha Elizabeth (Luckey) 105 

Mary Ann (Cochran) 150 

Mattie Carr 105 

Maud Cramer 150 

Ruth A 42 

Sara 159 

Susan Arabel 150 

Thomas Cochran 150 

William 70-150 

Johnston, Anne Elizabeth 137 

Asa J 118 

Rebecca 137 

Jollv, Elizabeth 173 

Elizabeth (McClure) 173 

Elinor Elmira 173 

Frank Gustave Lindholm 264 

James Warner 173-264 

Katherine 173 

Magdalene 173 

Martha 173 

Mary 173 

Maude (Shaw) 264 

Pattison 90-173 

Jones, Adella Ill 

Andrew Ill 

Caldwallader 329 

Grace 178 

Mary 81 

Rebecca Ann 43 

Russell Cottman 261 

Viola 114 

William L. F 43 

(Rev.) 50 

Jordain, John 321 

Jordan, A. Grace 181 

Albert Wilson 178 

(Judge) Alexander 56 

Alice (Oliver) 178 

Amos Gibson 92-94-181 

Anna Mary 94 

Carrie B 181 

Caroline 43-94 

Caroline Jane 92 

Catherine (Kendall) 23 

Charles 117 

Charles Emerson 95 

Clara Belle 178 

Clare Jane Blanchard 94 

Clarabelle Irene 267 

Deborah (Brown) 178 

Edward Allison 267 

Elizabeth E 94 

Elizabeth Putt 117 

Ellen I. (Linn) 94 

Emeline (Crossett) 92 

Ernest Allison 178-267 

Flora A. 181 

Francis 23-27-43-92 

Francis Burton 178-267 

Grace (Jones) 267 

Grace Linn 94 

Harry Francis 116 

Henry Bull 44 

James 178 



INDEX 



XXIII 



Jiirdii II. .Iciiiiinii rc !i;'i 

.liiiiiinii ( Hull) -i'-'i 

.liTciniiili 44U t 

.T<'Miii(' ( I )i'in,i ii'4') ITS 

■Icniiic (iiiiii' L'l'iT 

.Idliii S(;iiih'y ■. i;n 

K at liiri lie Aiiiliison IIU 

Kiithivii .Muric -II 

Kathi-yn l'\ (Millci) U 1 t 

liiiiiiM ('I'ciliii !•.■! 

IjCOIlM 1 TS 

L.'wis .44-94- ITS 

Ijouisii (SarBi'ant) -'iT 

M. Lillian Ill 

Marie (Hawk) liCu 

Marllia .'>•_" 

Manila Kdith '.M 

Manila Kva '.It 

Mai-llia l.ctlic ; 1 Hi 

Manila ( 'riiciiiipsoii) !»"_' 

JVlattic (Wliaiinii) ; 1S1 

Mary Cnnilim' HI 

Mary Viii;iiiia 2(iT 

XaiicN Sparks (Anderson) lit! 

Ni'llif Forrest llf. 

Olive 1 TS 

Poarl 1SI 

I'hilli)) r>owell iJiiT 

Kaclicl 1 TS 

Rebecca Ann (Jones) !I4 

Uobert Hull 43-02-93-lTS 

Koscoe Esmond ITS 

Samuel 4:;-!)4 

Samuel Gantt OS-ITS 

Samuel Harvev 178-2(iT 

Sarah E 04 

Sarah J 04 

Stanley Livingston 117-214 

Thomas Barnett 214 

Thomas Barnett Lewis 11(1 

W. Lewis 05 

William Hull 53-116-117-214 

William Linn 0." 

(Kev.) it:; 

Juden, Ann Eliza 4T 

Julius, Conrad 190-27r. 

Freddie 27."> 

Helen 27.") 

Margaret 275 

Mary E. ( Hykes) 27.5 

.Tustin, John 100 

Kami, Tjydia 25 

Kaskie, Ray .Tohn 1S2 

KeKK'ie, U/./.ic _ r. ISO 

Krlh.nK-, Ettie Davidson (Cissel) 207 

James Crane 22.3-207 

Xanoy Kittenhouse 207 

Kemble, Margaret (54 

Kemp, Catherine Clvde 2."i(! 

Franeis .' 2;5r. 

Sarah C. (Dnpre) 2:!0 

Kemper, Clementine (Clingan) .308 

(Rev.) William 255-30,8 

K'empff, (Rear Admiral) Louis .85 

Kendall, Catherine 2.3 

Kennedy, Alexander 70- K!:! 

Inez 17(> 

Sarah C. (Dewees) 1(!3 

William 103 

Kenworthy, Thomas 321 

Kerchner, Anna M. (.Tordan) 1.81 

Edgar 181 

Harrv 181 

Jerome K 94-181 

Minnie 181 

Rebecca 181 

Sallie B 181 



•rl. 



l.iorire 



Krii 



217 

ls7 



I.I'MU 

T. T 

haiii, |).initli\ 

(illlrl 

.lane llaxall ((iillet; 
Mrirris 

Kil.l.br. Kredorick .... 

.I..I1M 

.M ill j;aret 

.Mary S'. (Maelhorn) 

Kiel, .\rtlia .Mariim 

Killills, Alii'e .Milldii 

.Mice .Vourse (.Sleiiarl) 

l':ditli Sleiiart 

(.Iiidge) .lolm Milton 229 

K iniliriiiigli, .\iiiia .Nixnii 

Kiiiu', S 

Kinder, E. L 

K iiidle. Ida 

.lames „ 

.Iiili.i Klta 

.lulia l(iarber) TT. 

Kiufr. Karl 

Jacob IRS 

Sadie E. (Maelhorn) 

Philii) 

(Kev.) Samuel 

Kirk. Delia Fern (Willis) 

Klnora Collins (Thompson) 

John 

Xora Priscilla 

Peter Emery 200 

Raymond Eugene 

Kirkpatrick, Jessie 

Mantta 

Kirksey ( Dr. ) 

Kistler, Abraham 

Charles C 

.Tane 

Susanna 

Kitts, Katherine Wallace 

Kline, Elizabeth ^ 

(Jeorge Bernard 

Gilbert a 

• lane 

• Icilin Williams 

• luli.i \'an Xess (Tavlor) 

Oscar Bert rand .". 251- 

Klumph, Ida 

Knake, Elvira Loretta (Howard) 

(Rev.) George B 17.8- 

Louise Hazel 

Knerr, Ida L 

Knight, Agnes Virginia 

Agnes Virginia (Scarborough) 

Arthur Merrill 143-243- 

Gerald Buxton 

Henry Scarborough 

.laquelin Einile 

Susan Fatio (Daniel) 

Knox, Carrol (Wilson) 

Catherine E 

("Iiloe -Vnn ; 

Clarence 

Earl 

Edna 

Grace 

John W i04 

Lillie 

Magdalene 

.Mildred 

Mollie (.Slioults) 

Xora (Wilson) 

Walter 2<"H1 

Willis 21X) 



105 
105 
•JO I 
L-OI 
20* 
20 J 



2.5:; 
::iMi 
.30! I 

-31N) 

135 

315 

285 

113 
IK) 

till 
111) 

274 
274 
274 
32 
a32 

290 

209 

209 

2fK) 

20( » 

29() 

1.39 

332 

229 

51 

181 

51 

51 

9 

.307 
.307 
If.l 
.".07 
.307 
.307 
.307 
90 

207 
207 
2tw 
.80 
306 
.300 

243 
.300 
243 
243 
285 
48 
2i>0 
285 
2."<5 
2S5 
2S5 
200 
20«1 
285 
2."<5 
2.>i5 
285 
2.<!5 
2S5 



XXIV 



INDEX 



Kosier, Alice A. (Fisher) 212 

Charles Bissell 114-212 

Frances Marion 114 

Hattie Rebecca 212 

John S 52-114 

Rebecca N. (Bull) 114 

Kraft, Louis H 230 

Kuhnle, Charles William ^'^'l'*! 

Marv Anna 147 

Rachel (Hatfield) 147 

Kunkle, Alice (Hinkle) 185 

Alpha 186 

Amos 97-185 

Bessie 186 

Eddie 186 

Elizabeth 185 

Ella .- 185 

Elsie - 186 

Elwood 186 

Flora 185 

George 45-97-186 

John 186 

Mary 186 

Mary (Bull) 97 

Robert L .....97-185 

Roy 186 

Sarah 97-186 

Susan M. (Dick) 185 

William 97-186 

Kunst, Jacomyntie 9 

Kutz, John Jacob ..253-308 

Mary (Mcllvane) 308 

Sidney Mcllvane 308 

Lacy, H. M 101 

Harriet (Braemer) 101 

Virginia Irene 101-193 

Ladd, Amelia A. (de Maas) 92 

Jacob 92 

Mabel 92 

Lagarde, Athenais (Dimitry) 136 

John B. 136 

Mary Anais Denise 136 

Lahuiser, (Rev.) George W 93 

Laird, 186 

Lamber, Henry Clay 136-237 

Maria Augusta (Davison) 237 

Mary Davison 237 

Lambie, Arthur Dale 225 

David Hale 126-225 

Ethel Louise 225 

Helen Rittenhouse 225 

Mary F. (Rittenhouse) — 225 

Lamm, Caroline Pauline 117 

Lammeroux, Elizabeth F 154 

Lamson, Cornelia Goodrich (Daniel) 243 

Herbert 143-243-339 

Lane, Samuel 321 

Lara, Francesco 257 

Larimer, Belinda (Beattv) 174 

Edwin M 174 

Joseph 90-174 

Lathy, Achsa Maude 244 

Achsa Maude (Barnwell) 244 

Carl Bovd 146-244 

Elizabeth 244 

Elizabeth Rittenhouse (Boyd) 66 

Geraldine 244 

Henrv Godman 66 

Henrv Kent ...32-66-146-244 

John' Boyd 66-146 

Isabella (Fenton) 146 

Mary 32 

Sarah Fenton 146 

William K 32-66 



Latimer, Emily Roberts (Mechling) 249 

John Franklin 249 

Leslie Robert 249 

Louisa Narcissa 249 

William C 151-249 

William Delbert 249 

Latrobe, Benjamin H 30 

Lauham, Carrie Irene 191 

Laurie, Isobel 56 

James 56 

Lawrence, Edith Louise 266 

Edith Mildred (Howard) 266 

Grace Elizabeth ; 266 

John Franklin 177-266 

John Howard 266 

Lawton, Alfred Wilson 153-252 

Francis Nichols 252 

Louisa Haven 252 

Marv Haven (Richards) .'.. 252 

Sheafe Edwards 252 

Leaming, Alexander Davison 237 

Edward Rice 237 

Louise Fontaine (Davison) 237 

(Colonel) Mack Jeremiah 136-237 

Mack Kneedler 237 

Mary Matilda 237 

Learned, Grace Hallum 122 

(Hon.) William 122 

Ledvard, Dennison 79 

"Olivia C ; 79 

Olivia (Hall) 79 

Lee, Bessie 239 

Charles ;. IS 

(Governor) Henry 18 

Jane 13 

Richard 13 

Thomas Lud 326 

LeFevre, Ada 239 

Ada Clarke (Swartzwelder) 239 

Katherine 239 

Walter 138-239 

(Rev. ) 138 

Lehman. Effie May 209 

Jacob 209 

Sarah (Derrick) 209 

Lehigh, Amanda (Maelhorn) 274 

Charles 274 

Cyrus 188-274 

Mary '.. 274 

Norman 274 

Leisinring, Alexander William 261 

Eleanor (Doud) 308 

Eleanor Louise 308 

Elizabeth Hazard 261 

Fisher Hazard .....261-308 

Hazard Doud 308 

Helen Douglass 261 

John R 168 261 

Mary 308 

Mary Fullerton (Hazard) 261 

L'Engle, Anna Margaret 64 

Claudia Cornelia 144 

Edward Jaquelin 144 

Emily Isobel 64 

John Claudius 64-144 

Mary Evelyn 144 

Rosa Madeline ; 144 

Leonard, Ezekial 9 

William 80 

Leoser, Annetta Old 73 

Charles McKnight 155-252 

Christopher 76-155 

Elizabeth Stringer 73 

Georgiana Close (Smith) 252 

Jacob 36-73 

John Sfl7 

John Smith 73-252 

Julia Hilton (Repplier) 252 



i.\i)i':x 



XXV 



JjOoscr, Miirv llclcii ( SclirDpii ) .".Ili 

Miirv llillcKiis (Khcciii) l-"i.") 

I'lnif -'.'.2 

Kiilh S.lii n|)p 2r)2:'.n7 

Small Itull (Smith) ]'■} 

Si<liir\ llin'\i\ l.Vi 

■|'Ihiiii:is Sriiilh 73-155-252-::i»7 

Lewis, llilin Ijouise 2-4r> 

llclin l,<)\iise (Bentley) 24.'. 

.1; s W 2-in 

Lewis, .lull II Charles 147-24."i 

Morris ."^l 

I.imtiiniKli, Bernice 1<>2 

],iii.lsiiv, (i. M l'.l!> 

llMttie I'.IS 

Linn, .lain' 27 

Mary Klizabotli 'f- 

Little, Annie (llylvos) 27.". 

Oiiirlcs II liHI 

Cliiire Ilykes 27."! 

Ktliel K'eheccn 27."( 

Helen Kli/alietll 27.". 

William Cliarles 27.". 

Lldvcl. Marv 337 

William 20 

Locke, Alvis Marion 207 

Donald 202 

Edward 2!)2 

Frances Jane (Harvey) 21)7 

Grace (Hench) 202 

John Robert 202 

Minerva Myrtle 207 

Phillip 202 

Richard 211-202 

Sarah Dorothy 202 

I.,ockwood. Anna (Booth) 12.". 

Caroline Reed 12."i 

Eliza Hervey 107 

(General) Henrv Haves 12.". 

Sophia Elizabeth (Collier) 107 

William Kerkley 107 

London, Mathew 10 

Long, Fannie 104-1011 

Lord, Bessie Mabel 17t'. 

Caroline L. (Sterling) 170 

Carrie L. (Paul) 2(!ti 

Delia (McDowell) 17(1 

Delia Estelle 1 70 

Donna deEtte 170 

Eleanor 01 

Elizabeth (Beatty) 01 

Einilv Grace 17t) 

Ethei R 1 70 

Fi .inces Cleveland 170 

Frances Emma (Moore) 20."i 

Francis L 01-170 

Francis Morrell 2(>0 

Freedom 43-01 

George Bancroft 01-170 

George Clyde 176-2(1.". 

Grace S 02 

Harold Owen 1 7t^ 

Henrietta L 2(10 

Henry 02 

Henrv Merrill 170 

Ida May 02 

John Daniels 2(it> 

Lizzie 02 

Ravmond Sterling 176-200 

Selden E 170 

William Paul 1 70 

Love. A. E 2(?S 

Dorothv Eileen ."'.lO 

Ha/el Marie (Roberts) 31(1 

Isabella Smith 1 1 3 

T aura 2(i'^ 

Ravmond V 20S-310 



Lovi-lace, (Colonel) FraniMM 

Lucas, .Mary Ijord 

SnsMiin.'ili 

LneUey, Martiant 

Liliiiis, (leorne Dewees 

.Margaret VouiiK (Dewees i 
Oscar M 

liiist, Anna 


;» 

01 

. :;;;o 

10 

2tJ<> 

2<i4» 

100 2ti<) 

1X7 


LyiiiMii, (iretlii Ruff 

Lynn, .Mice Hoyal (Switzler) 
.lolm Oaniel 


::i» 
2'.m; 

2!»0 


Mary K. (Selsan) 

Lvon, Abiel Ileiirv 


L'OO 
210 


.lennie 


JIO 


Macfarliine, Catherine 


210 


( li.iiles Huston 

David 


20; 
1 17 


Ileniietta Ottinger (Huston)... 


240 




147-''40 


MacUinzie, Clemi-ntine (Cissel) 

Clementine Rittenhouse 

Sidnev Savre 


207 

207 

207 


William Percival 

Mackey, Rachel Jane 

Robert 


22.3-21>7 

160 

160 


Sarah 


160 


Macomb, .\ugusta Hart well (Pope) 


«fi 


(Chief Engineer) David B. (U.S.X.) 8fi 
Margaret .Adelaide 85 

Maelhorn, .Vlfred Harvey 18.S-274 

.\lbert — 1.S7 


Allen 


273 


.\in:i nda 


188 


.Vmaiida (S'hepp) 

\ndrew B 


188 

08-188 


.Vnne 


OS 


-Vnne (Rodes) 


.. . 187 


A nnie '. 


1.88 


Annie (Brosy) 

Annie K 


274 

187 


Bovd R 


274 


Caroline 


45 


Caroline (Hartman) 

Carrie H 


188 

188 


Catherine .'. 


188 


( harles 


274 


Charles 


187 


Cla rence C 


187 


Clavton H 


1.8.<t 


Cora E 


187 


Dalvin 


188-274 


Dorothv 


274 


Karl 


.... 27.*i 


Kdwin 


273 


Kdwin H 


1.87 


Elizabeth 


.98-1,8,8-274 


Ellen P 


1.87 


Emma 


1,88 


Emma E 


187 


Emma (Rodes) 

Esther M 


187 

274 


Fannie Edith 


188 


I'loit nee ( McCann) 

Fiances .S. (Sterling) 

Henrv H 


273 

273 

187-273 


.Fa cob 


1.8,«! 


.Tacob B 


1,SS 


.lames X 


. 1.<57-273 




0,8-187- 1S.S 


John B 


OS 


John F 


187 


Laura A 


187 


Leah 0.«? 


Levi Bull 


OS- 1 S7 


Lillie H 


188 



XXVI 



INDEX 



Maelhorn, Maggie Hoover 273 

Marearet 273 

Mary A - - 188 

Mary A. (Metzgar) 188 

Marv S - -■ 187 

Michael - - 45 98 

Minnie M - 188 

Minnie (Sweitzer) - 274 

Xettie S -.- - 187 

Nora L - 187 

Robert -- - 278 

Sadie Ellen - - 188 

Sadie 187 

Samuel C - .187-273 

Sarah --- 188 

Sarah (Bull) - - 98 

Sterling - -- 273 

Susie - 187 

William - 188 

William B - ......98-188 

William Henry 188 

Zebulon P -- 187 

Magaw, (Colonel) William 13-323 

Magill, (Major) CTiarles 30 

Elizabeth Dangerfield 30 

Makall, • -— 41 

Mallard, Lovella 144 

Manchester, Eva — 118 

Mans, Lillian May 236 

Mansfield, Charles Henry 115-213 

Jean Linn 213 

John Judson 213 

Martha Xancy (Bull) 213 

Robert Mathew 213 

Manton. Julia Elizabeth 239 

Marble. Guilford 95 

Katharine Sherwood 95 

Lenore Katharine (Sherwood) 95 

March. Alan Hallman 293 

Louis Charbonnier 293 

Paul Mames..... 293 

Paula Lawrence (Corson) 293 

Rebecca Friedley 293 

Maredy. David 15 

Marion, (General) Francis — 134 

Lottie E -- 191 

Marks, Ann Caroline (Nourse) 22S 

Ann Lucille — 228 

George Xourse 228 

Isaiah George 128-228 

James Harvey 228 

Kate Therese 237 

Xeil Jav... 228 

Reba Warren 228 

Marsekman, Jacob M — 98 

Marshall, Gary Jaquelin 239 

Catherine (Wilson) — 143 

Charles 139 

Charles C"otesworth 233 

Charles Richard 139 

( Captain ) David 14-16 

Eliza Clarkson 142 

Fielding Lewis 138 

Hester Morris 133-139 

Hester (Morris) 62 

James 233 

James Lewis 143 

.Tames Markham 62 

(Captain) .Tames Morris 133 

.Tarres Pevton ]39 

Jessie (Kirkpatrick) 2.39 

John .62-1.39 

(Chief Justice) John 138 



Marshall, John Augustine 1.39-240 

Margaret Lewis 138 

Marv 2.39 

Mary Smith 37 

Morris Orr 139 

Rebecca B. ( Smith )„., 139 

Rebecca (Coke) 138 

Richard Coke 143 

Martin, (Dr.) Frank 164 

Ida 179 

Isabella 179 

Lewis London 151 

Morah Ellis 151 

Patrick Graham 71-151 

Rosanna (Graham) 71 

Roxanna 198 

Sidney Jane (Mechling).. 151 

Thomas 71 

Mason, Abbie (Ransom) 265 

(Professor) E. T 175-265 

Jean McDonald 242 

Lena 265 

Mathias, Claire 273 

Elizabeth (Kunkle) 273 

George 185-273 

Maurin, Ollie 163 

Maxwell, Katie 113 

Mav, Addison 39-82 

Elizabeth (Shafer) 82 

Martha Ellen '. 82 

Robert 39 

Ruth ( Potts ) 39 

Maydin, Victor Leland 182 

Maye, Eliza 98 

Mayfield, Allison 107-204 

Mary 204 

Nora 107 

Rebecca Lucille (Chapman). 204 

McCaffrey, Adam Clarke 126-225 

John Clarke 225 

Mary Frances ( Nourse- Smy the).. 225 

McCann, Florence 187 

McCarter, Clara 147 

McCarver, Joseph 278 

McCleary, Caroline (Jordan) 93 

Hugh 43-9.3 

Jane 93 

McClellan, George B 146 

Samuel Dennis 77 

McClintock, Alexander 22 

Alice Mary 74 

Andrew T 74 

Ann Hunter 38 

Augusta Bradley (Cist) 74 

Eleanor 44 

Emma Childs 156 

James H .-.. 22-38 

Martha (Bull) 38 

Sarah May 38 

Sarah (May) 22 

Thomas Bull 38 

McCloskey, Minnie - 190 

McClure, Anna G 175 

Anna Grace 293 

Elizabeth .-.. 90 

Elmira 90 

George Birch 90 

Governia B 214-293 

Grace 99 

John 91-175 

John B 175-264 

.Tulia A. (Hawk) 264 

L. Ethel 264 



IXDl'.X 



XXVIl 



.M(( lurr. M. Hv.ii-r Ur,| 

Miiilli;i !»n 

Miiitlui (IJfiitty) !M» 

Minlliii (Close) IT'i 

Miiitim J i;(i4 

M;irv !)() 

.M;ii V Ann 40 

MiMV U 17.". 

Miirv Kliziiliflli ill 

Miiiv (i. (Connor) l'!).'! 

Thonuis 1,. n -lli-'.K) 

Williiini V 17.". 

Mc('ir:i<l> , ,\.\ uiu" 217 

McCiilli'V. Kliz;il.clll 70 

.lolni 70 

.MMiKJint 70 

I\1i( ullou-li, Anne l.iicllii 228 

McCutchcoii, Klizii 108 

McDiinicls. .Miny Bell 220 

McDonnell, M innie 181 

McDowell. Chillies 171! L'liO 

Delia !»1 

Donald 266 

Dorothy 266 

KTnily (irace (Lord) 266 

.lessuniine 266 

Clarion 266 

McKldowney, Viola Elizabeth 209 

McElroy, IvhviiT'd I'rancis l.")8 

Katlicriiic Islviia ].")8 

Robeii 'I' indie 158 

McPaddeii, Anna -12 

McGee, Anita Rosalie (Newconib)....ll-;}02;!1."> 

Donald 302 

Eric 302 

James 230 

Klotho 302 

Martha Ann (Goodwin) 230 

W. J 230 

McGoldriek. Kosina .T (17 

McGrew. Elizabeth 2.". 

Mcllvaine. Anne Morton 2.'>3 

Elizabeth Parry (Clapp) ^ .308 

Howard i;eoser ''."i'>-3()8 

:\rary '. 2.'3 

Morton 1.".". 

Sidney Harvey (Leoser) 2.')2 

Sidney Leoser 3(lS 

Thomas Leoser 2."i.". 

Mcintosh, Lizzie 91 

McKee, Clyde 2'^i"> 

Nellie Fo,ster (Wood) 2."i7 

Newel 2S."j 

Sellers 2.".7 

Thomas 1li1-2."7 

McLain, Dora B 204 

Dovey Ann J8 

.Jennie 4,S 

.Toseph 4S 

McLean, Allicia F \{\-[ 

Anna ( llci'ons) KH 

Anna .lane "S 

George F 78-1 (il 

Harriet C. (Calvert) Kil 

■Tobn 78-161 

Mary Louise (Dewees) 7,8 

(Dr.) Samuel 37-78 

William H ■..■.".;".. ifil 

McManigle, Eli/.alieth 128 



■Ml .Nicly, .\(iarii JS 

Adam ,\llierl 20O 

Hiirli'V liensoll 201-2.'<.'> 

Chli.e Ann (Knox) 2H4 

Colunibia ( Woo<ls ) 2H.'. 

Cora C. H).-, 

iMonia Siirrild.i lo.'i 

l':tliel 2«t 

I'luKcne .lohnson 2<»l 

I'^/.ekial IS |i»( 

I'ern . 2H.". 

Frankie , . 2>Ci 

• loll II Gracey 284 

• In 111 I Knox 312 

•liisepliine (Bumdollur) 312 

Laiir.i IMJ 106 

Lester Kay 2H4 

Let tie Colnnibia 104 

Lettie (Kirkpiitrick) 48 

Lucille 284 

Liicins Luckey 200 284 

Martha C. (Short) 201 

Martha Flizabelh i<l4-201 

Mary Ann (Wilson) 104 

Mary (Luckey) 200 

Mattie Carr (Johnson) 201 

N'ancv Julia ; 104 

Ollie 201 

Rebecca .lane 104 

Robert W 10."-201 

Sarah Caroline 104 

Thomas Eugene 10."»-2Ol 

McPherson, Mollie 161 

McQuistion, Albert Barnes 14.8-247 

Blanche Elizabeth 247 

Earl .\ 247 

Edward Everett i4!>-247 

i:ii/.abeth (Barr) 149 

Elizabeth (N'ewell) 148 

Elizabeth (Robinson) 69 

Ethel (Williams) 247 

En [Tenia Elizabeth 247 

Fidelia ( Morrison) 247 

Harold Richard 247 

I ra D 247 

.lennie B 247 

.Tidiii 35 

.loseph Lewis 69-148-149 

Ijaura Barr 149 

Margaret .Tane 149 

Mary Ellis 149 

Mary Jane 148 

Mary Jane (Hall) 149 

Maud ( Phillips) 247 

Richard Ivobinson 69-14.'*-i49-247 

Sidney Ormsby 149 

Susannah Hall 148 

McRoberts, Grace (Hines) 200 

Jack Alexander 2.84 

Jane (Young) 200 

John 200-284 

T'eachem. Madeline Xash 211 

JTeade, William 79 

Means, Anna 141 

JTechling. .\lma Gerard 249 

Amanda Minerva 150 

Andrew Franklin 2.".0 

-Vnii Elizalieth 71 

.\nna Florence 150 

Annetta (Staley) 1.52 

-Vnnie Laura 150 

Ben.iamin Franklin 71-1.50 

Ben.iamin Robert 1.51 

Bessie Pearl 152 

Catherine Buflfington 71 

Charles 249 

Christian .3.5^70 



XXVI 11 



INDEX 



Meehling, Christian D 150-248 

Emily Roberts -- - 151 

Emma Janetta - 150 

Florence 248 

Florence Alfreta 249 

Forest William 250 

Franklin Claire - 248 

Gertrude Gay 248 

Gertrude (Murchland) 250 

Grace Eliza 151 

Harvey Jacob ^^^'^f 

Henrv George 71-1 52 

Ira Arnold loO 

Isabella Martha loO 

Jacob - 35-71 

Jessie Louisa - - 249 

John Christian 151 

John Guv - 248 

John Henry 150-249 

John Walter lo2 

Laura — - 249 

Lewis Robinson — 71-152 

Lois Alene - 249 

Lois Gertrude --.. 250 

Louisa (Hersh) 150 

Luella Jane 151 

Margaret Belle - 249 

Maria (Moody) - lo2 

Marion - 249 

Marv - 70 

Mary Alice - 150 

Mary (Cricks).. 
Mary (Dunn).... 
Mary (Winner) 

Xina Madge 

Xora Margaret.. 
Oliver Ormsby...- 



Robinson 70- 



Ormsbv Gregg 71 

Ormsbv Wallace - 150 

Otis 

Phillip 

Porter . 
Richard 

Roy I 

Roy Leslie - 

Sarah Jane (Ashcraft) 

Sidney Jane 

Susan Isabella (Robinson). 
Suella Margaret (Strain)... 
Thomas 

Blair 

Leslie 151- 



Thomas 

Thomas 

Vallie E 

Wallace 

Wallace 

W'illard 

William 

W^illiam 



Franklin -.- 

Prankling 152 

Henry Harrison 151 

Wallace 71 



Meckley, Allen Bond -..- 272 

Amanda ( Shaeffer ) 

Betty Jane 

Daniel Grant 185 

Donald Horn 

Elizabeth (Fackler) 

Harvey Leroy 272- 

Luther Fackler ..272 

Margaret Evelyn 

Mary Elizabeth 

Richard Henry 

Robert Lewis 

Ruth Cecilia (Horn) 

Ruth Pauline (Lehman) 

Medley, Eloide 



152 
35 
152 
249 
249 
152 
152 
248 
249 
71 
152 
150 
249 
249 
150 
71 
70 
249 
71 
152 
249 
152 
151 
■339 
249 
250 
152 

•310 
310 
310 
•272 
310 
272 
310 
310 
310 
272 
310 
310 
310 
310 

196 



Mehaffey, Mary Elizabeth 125 



Meloy, Alexander Steuart 301 

Anna Isabella (Nourse) 230 

Arthur Monroe . 230 

Edith Willard 229 

Emily Gertrude 230 

Emily Josepha (Nourse-Steuart) 229 

Francis Edward 230 

Guy Stanley 229-301 

Helen Scott 230 

Hugh Brian 230-301 

Irene (Bock) 301 

Isabella Rittenhouse 229 

Mary Owens (Cunningham) 301 

Ralph Nourse 230 

Samuel Henry 129-230 

William Augustus 129-229 

William Carey 301 

Mendenhall. Algernon Sydney 233 

Anna St. Clair (Nourse)'. 233 

John Barbour 132-233 

John St. Clair 233 

Meninger, Adam 151 

Mercer, Js 326 

Meredith, Alice 15 

Ann 15 

Calvin Mateer 211 

Chester Homer 272-310 

Daniel 15 

David , 14-15 

David Black 113-211 

Eleanora 211 

Elenor (Rush) 14-15 

Elijah 15 

Elizabeth Smith (Swartzwelder) 138 

Esther 15 

George 15 

Hannah 15 

Homer 310 

Isabella Smith (Love) 211 

Jane Martha 113 

John 337 

John Calvin 113-211 

Joseph 337 

Lizzie (Taggart) 211 

Lucille 211 

Margaret (Donnelly)..... 44 

Margaret Love 211 

Mary Boiling 63 

Mary Elizabeth (Mecklev) 310 

Nancy (Bull) 27 

Nancv Jane 44 

Nancy K. (Bull) 113 

Pocahontas (Boiling) 63 

Rachel 337 

Rebecca 337 

Robert Taggart 211 

Samuel Black 44 

Sarah 14-15 

Sarah Grace 113 

Sarah Rush 33 

Susannah .337 

Thomas 27 

Thomas David 211 

Thomas Robinson 51-113 

William 337 

(Rev.) William Clarkson (D. D.) 138 

William McKinley 211 

Merritt, Mary Miller 164 

Metzgar, Elizabeth 45 

Mary A 98 

Meyer, J. A 315 

Michaelis, Elizabeth May 174 

Mickle, John Long 253 

Mifflin, ( Governor) 17 



i.\i)i':x 



XMX 



Miller, MixmihIci' llimiillon Hi:', 1!IK 

Andrru- •" 

Aim Ivli/a '"•'< 

AniKi Kli/;ilHlli 1<>]^ 

Aiilliiiiiy ' ' ' 

Carl !«■' 

Chiiii Kli/nbeth V.yj'.V.'.U 

DdlOlhcM -1" 

Dnisi,' l!j<' 

K I i /.111 nth .hint" -">^ 

Klloii (Wilson) 1!>R 

KliiuM- S l«r.-U(K) 

Knii'st ->^^> 

(icDiKc Kt'wis 1!1L'L'7H 

Twin ^'«' 

.la nc Kiinisey -17 

.l.ilin ^~ 

.liilia Kliziibrth (Mnnton) •'ill'l 

K.illici-iiii' (.l(ini's) !IJi 

Kiilln\ 11 Fiances 11" 

Leah '. 1-t*! 

J.iMiorii M '•"■> 

Lewis Kiidv -IT-lnl 

Lv<lia ( Uuflv) -4" 

Maria ( Hull ) K'l 

Margaret Mary oO') 

Marv Ann -"•'' 

Mary Klla (Mosteller) ■-'•iO 

Marv (Hawkins) 117 

Matilda Fortier (Diniitry) 2:!f) 

Mills 2:50-:jo:^ 

Samuel -17 

Sarah E. (Bennett) 278 

Sarah J. (Yost) 1!12 

William Tlenry KH-1!)2 

William ilcVere l:)7-2:!n 

MilliKiin. A. May (Whiting) 214 

Donald Alonzo 214 

Kail Lowell 2i:| 

Edward Comstock 21.'! 

Ella --^1- 

Elmer Ellsworth ll."..-Ji:! 

Elnoia Emma 1 1'> 

Prank 2i:! 

Fred 21.". 

Grace Garfield IKJ 

Howard 213 

Ida Ellen (Biglow) 2i:? 

James r)2-ll.") 

James Newton 214 

Jemima .lane (Bull) 11"> 

John Hull lin-2i:; 

.John .Tames 21;! 

Joseph Hraddoek 1 1"> 

Katherine A. (Oakins) 214 

Kyle Meredith 214 

Margaret (Barron) 21.S 

Martha Bull: ll'i 

Mathew I'.ull llo 

Nathan N' 213 

Kay 21H 

Kebecca Elizabeth 115 

Thomas Meredith •'^ri-214 

Vera 1^13 

William Porter 213 

Milnnr, Alice 12l> 

Anna (]5reinuiall) 28 

Charles Edward ri.->-lli;» 

Eleanor 121) 

James 2.8 

Jeannette Stephens 120 

John Stephens 120 

Susan Eliza (Stephens) 120 

Susan Vincent 120 

MMlliam 28 

William Tlenry Ho 



.Mills, .\iiiia Siiiilli 

.\ iiitnsta .\iirflei-l 

Kli/.a Harnwell (Smith).. 

( |)r. ) .laiiicH H 

.l.'Kiiii'liii Smith 

.loliii .Siiiilh 

.\Ia r y I'Dwell 

liol.erl 

.Sarah /,an«' 



.Miiiiiiiii. Ili'iiriella 
lliiiiN Clyde.. 
.loliii' (• 

.Mariiiii 



W. (Mealty).. 



.Milrlicll ( l,iiutin;inl Colonffl ) 
.Mix. Driixilla 



MoKel, Caroline 

Corwiii 

Howard 

Lewis 



( I loward ). 



i.;7 

.'A I 

i::7 
•;i 
I'At 

17» 

171 

171 

!ll I7» 

1 1 n; 

V.) 

•jr.s 

2tiH 

.178-2«W 



Louis 2JW 

Monroe, Conly 278 

(Governor) 18 

?I. E 1!»3 

.Fames 18 

Victoria 132 

Walter 278 

Walter T 193-278 

Montgomery, (Colonel) William 1-3 

Moody, Maria 71 

Mooney, Alice 

Thomas N 



Moore, Cora Aseneth 

Frances Emma 

( Governors) 

.lolin 

John Marshall 

.loshua W'arren Ill 

.losie Elizabeth 

.lulia 

Leonard Fisk 



Lucv ( Mitchell )- 

Mabel 

Marv 

Mary 
Omer 
Hichard 
William 



(Greider). 
Harrison... 



222-321 



l.-|6 
156 

208 
176 
1.34 
111 
208 
208 
l'( )H 
127 
208 
111 
11)4 
111 
208 
208 
108 
339 



Morgan, Anna .Ta((uelin , 141 

.Vnna Jaquelin (Smith) 141 

Anna (Means) 241 

Archibald Magill Smith 142-241 

Augustine Charles 141 

Carev Jaquelin 241 

(General) Daniel 18-31 

Daniel Henry 141 

Elizabeth P.adinger 62 

Kli/.abelh Magill 141 

Florence Shepherd 241 

Jacob 62 

Maria Emma 241 

Marv Augusta 141 

Marv Jaouelin (Smith) 62 

Sarah (Shepherd) 241 

(Colonel) William Augustine 62-141 

Moiitz. Sarah Elizabeth 112 

William H 112 



Morli 



Elizabeth Lois 212 



ihirgaret Isabel (Bull)... .212 

T?ichard Arthur 212 

(Kev.) Richard Arthur ll."i-212 

Virginia Ijinn 212 

William Hayden 212 



XXX 



INDEX 



Morris, Anthony - 31 

(Dr.) Cheston 138 

Daisy Emily (S'mith) 254 

Daniel 108-321 

Heber Smith 254 

Jane Grubb 254 

John 321 

Mary Cheston - 2o4 

Mary (Pemberton) 31 

Rebecca 31 

William Stuart 158-254 

Morrison, Caleb Woodruff 255 

Cordelia (Walker) 255 

Fidelia 148 

(Dr.) John Anderson ''"''-lo? 

John Lewis 255 

Martha (Clingan) 159 

Sallie L 255 

Thomas Alexander 159 

William Clingan 159-255 

Morrow, Carrie Lillian 262 

Earl Clemson 309 

Edwin Earle 262-309 

Marv Miller (Bosserman) 309 

Percy Colder 262-309 

Wilhemina Henrietta (Kaufman) 309 

William Henry 309 

William H 172-262 

William Ralph 309 

Morse, Charles Edward 95-182 

Helen Roberts 182 

Jessie Meredith (Roberts) 182 

Mabel - 119 

Mildred Meredith 182 

Nancv (Mathews) 9o 

William 95 

Morton, Addie (Hope) 285 

Bessie 285 

Blanche 283 

Charles 285 

Delia 285 

Eliza - 106 

Erma Dale 285 

George Pinkney ....201-283 

Grace N. (Hench) 292 

Hope 285 

Leo 212-292 

Leona 292 

Lowndes Davia 204-339 

Lucius 285 

Martha 285 

Minnie A. (Clodfelter) 204 

Oliver 200-285 

Ollie (McNeely) 285 

Pinkney 204 

Reta Arline - 204 

Robert 285 

Virginia 285 

William Addison 106-204 

William Lambert 204-339 

William Pinckney 106 

Moseley, Araminta McCauley 278 

Cecilia Maxley (Cox) ..- 312 

Charles Benjamin 278-312 

(Dr.) Charles Benjamin 193-278 

Elizabeth 278 

Esther Woolten 278 

Genevieve 278 

lone Ann 278 

Mary 278 

Mary Columbia (Woolten) 278 

Xancy Jane 312 

Mosteller, Ada (Stiteler) 260 

Clinton Russell 260 

Dewees 165-260 

Florence A. (Harry) 260 

George Henry 260 



Mosteller, Horace 165-260 - 

J Harry 260 

James B 164-260 

James Paul 260 

John Dewees 260 

Laura Gilpin 164 

Marv Ella 165 

Reuben Preston 80-164 

Rosalind Wood (Dewees) 260 

Sarah Clingan (Dewees) 164 

Sarah Stiteler 260 

Mott, Catherine Davis 269 

Charles 185-260 

Charles Davis 260 

Emma Davis 2(50 

Muhlenberg (General) 18 

(Rev.) Henry A 28 

Muir, Mildred 172 

Mulford, Bessie Boyd (Bentley) 245 

James Bentley 245 

Josepha Boyd 245 

Theodore Lee Parsons 147-245 

Mulholland, Emma Jane (Wilson) 282 

Marv Frances 282 

William Martin 147-282 

Mullins, Ruth Adelaide 193 

Suelo 193 

Tom 193 

Muncaster, Charles Nourse 232 

Harriet Henderson... 232 

Ida Rachel 232 

Mary Elizabeth 232 

Mary Tittenhouse (Is'ourse) 232 

Otho Magruder 131-232 

Mungen, Jennie 246 

Marietta (Bowman) 246 

(Hon.) William 246 

Murdock, Alexina Evans 143 

Edward J. H. (Smith) 63 

Edward Wallace 242 

Eleanor Agnes 242 

Eleanor Potts 143 

Emma Jane 143 

George Potts 63 

George William 31-63-242 

Henrv Gaillard 242 

John' S'mith 63-143-242 

John Wallace 143-242 

Josephine Brand 242 

Josephine (Brand) 242 

Lily Dell 143 

Sarah Jaquelin 143 

Murphv, Anne Stanton 140 

Eudora Elizabeth 113 

Mildred : 184 

Murray, Margaret A 181 

Myers, Albert C 186 

Alice (Sidwell) 227 

Anna (Maelhorn) 188 

Benjamin 98-188 

Charles A 186 

Charlotte Sidwell 299 

W. Earl 188 

Edith Holmes (Nourse) 299 

Emma 117 

Frances Blackman 299 

George B 186 

H. Gail 186 

Harriet Nourse 299 

Harry B 186 

James Richard 299 

Jesse Sidwell 227-299 

John 227 

John Edgar 227-299 

Lillian 188 



XDI'.X 



XXXI 



My. 'IS, Miny AliiKnil (Nuiirsc) IJ'.l'." 

M:iiv i:iiiior -"••"•' 

S.uliV '«" 

Siii-iili ( Kiiiilili') 1^'' 

Susie l*^'' 

W. Kill! 1^'' 

Ziicliariiis 1)7 ISf, 

Mytdii, A. Clink ■< » 

Nailer, Willitmi Kvunn !'••" 

N'MitM. I'lliziiliclh KoDkcr --'« 

I'lli/iilictli Kookfi- (N'ourse) --•> 

1 1, 1 lie Lmiise -"••■'^ 

.1 Mines --'• 

.loll II .lames --'i 

.loll II Wilson 127-1.'1'H 

.1 oselih -'-•'- 

M ai-y Wilson --'• 

Sallie Loriec (OaiTPtson) -!)S 

'Plionias (iillierl IJ'.IS 

'I'lioiiias Shields l.'!IS 

NaullN. Amie llarewood (Washington) l.M!l 

Anne Washington -•>1 

Edwin Fairfax lOS liC.l 

Navlor, Flossie Irene (Anderson) -XI 

Glen Homer in.'-L'Sl 

Keta .la net -•'^l 

Rov Anderson -HI 

S. A i!ir; 

Neave, (Mrs.) Charles i:'.4 

Neide, Alice SI 

Ann Hnnter 82 

Ann Hunter (McClintock) SI 

Annie Ti'i 

Bavard 82 Kid 

Blanehe E KM". 

Carrol 81 

Frskine 82-l(i7-:i:!n 

George William !<'•) 

Helen Alice Ki'i 

Horace 81-1«(> 

Joseph 88-81 

T^aura Gertrude lliU 

Lidie ( Butler) Iti7 

Margaret Bebecca 16(5 

Margaret (Quinter) 166 

Mary M. (.fones) 166 

Martha Shnfer 81 

Rebecca (Shafer) 81 

Samuel 81 

Sarah 82 

Wilson Butler 167 

Neilson, Eleanor K 5S' 

Rebecca Darlington (Bull) r):?-S28-32n 

William 27-53-S20 

Neiman, Carrie 1S."> 

Nelson, Emilv 225 

(Rev.) Robert 225 

Neville. Mary M 114 

Newall, Donzetta 101 

Esther A. (Bull) 1!H> 

Ida Pearl 101 

Lorena Mav 100 

Mary Emilv 100 

Ruth Esther 101 

Smith 100 

Newell, Elizabeth 69 

Newberrv, .\nn, 20 

Ann" (Bull) 12-20 

Elizabeth 21 

Henrv 11-12-20-315 

Israel 20 

Jemima 20 

John 11-20-S21 

Marv 20 

Rebekah 20 

Rebekah (Jacobs) 11 

Thomas 20 



.Newlpolil. ('anil- Iterlraiii ( I'liltiTxon ) 'S-<> 

(J race UiTliiiin 'J'-'o 

Henry Stniirl ;_••_'<» 

Margari't .Mitchell 1"J<| 

'I'lioMias .Mitchell 122 220 

.Wwcoriili, .\nila Kosalii' . 'J.'Ut 

Anna Jo.sepha 'S.',\ 

l''.mily Kale . . 2.'!l 

Erie ' Mc(iee . :M(2 

.Mary ('. (llassleri 'S'.n 

Siiiion \.',il-S.'At 

William Biirtlett 2:;l 

Newliall, Charles 171 

( lieever Herliert IT I 2l'i2 :;;;!l 

l''rancis Sarah (Walriss) 171 

Maii;ery Faniuhar (Bull) llti2 

Martha Conant 2fi2 

l;i<har(l Bealo 2t>2 

.Xewlin. (Dr.) Arthur „ 21.S-2!>4 

Grace Leslie 2f^ 

.lane Cuvler 204 

.lane Cuvler (Sims) 204 

Xichol.is" 204 

Xewman, I'.eiilali S 2WJ 

.liisiah 109-200 

Lvdia ( Fordyce) 206 

I'ercy Earle 20«{ 

Neyman, Eleanor 179 

Nicholas. Edward 321 

Elsie 245 

Nichols. Anna Maria 73 

Emma A'irginia 81 

Fiances Bonde 73 

llannanetta S 41 

(Colonel) Richard 9 

Xiles. (Rev.) Edward .....156- 25» 

Fannie Collier (Darling) 253 

Henrv Darling .- 253 

(Rev.) Henry E. (D.D.) 156 

Xixdorf, Anna l.aura 172 

Noce, Daniel 302-339 

Noll, Grace Gwendoline (Willis) 290 

Rav 210-290 

Willis 290 

Xolte, J. R 197 

Julia (Wilson) 197 

N^orse, Henry Stansbury '2'V2 

Victoria (Monroe) 2.'J2 

North, Roger 321 

Nottingham, (Captain) William 9 

Nourse, Ada Caroline 127 

Alice Currie 3a3 

Alice (Darby) 231 

Alice (Stanlev) 129 

Alice (Windsor) 303 

Alpheus Horner 227-299 

Ann Caroline 12S 

Anna Currie 231 

.4nna Gertrude 233 

Anna Isabella 129 

Anna Jane 131 

Anna Josepha 58-126 

Anna Maria Louisa -"1 

Anna St. Clair 1:'.2 

Anne Carroll (Simpson) 14.5 

Anne Constance 145 

Annie Wright 131 

Barbara Elizabeth 300 

Bavard Everhart 228-.300 

Ben.iamin Franklin 57-128-132-2^3 

Bessie 221 

Caroline Rebecca 64 

Carol vn (Gerald) SiKI 

Catherine 299 

Charles Howard 58-130-131-231 



xxxu 



INDEX 



ISToui-se, Charles Joseph 64-131-144-lJp-243 

Charles Josephus 31-64 

Charlotte St. George 145 

Clara May (Crawford) -— 300 

Clarence - 299 

Clarence Doughty 227-299 

Cora - 132 

Cora (Stansbury) 132 

David Boyd 58 

Dolores Frances - - 299 

Dorothv - 299 

Edith Holmes 227 

Edward Everett 221 

Edward Tell 129 

Edward Michael 127-226 

Eleanor Maclay (Pomeroy) 128 

Elizabeth 65-67-300 

Elizabeth (Boice) 299 

Elizabeth Hannah 126 

Elizabeth Jane (Henderson-Peter).... 131 

Elizabeth Rooker 127 

Elizabeth (Skinner) 126 

Ella Goldie (Cunningham) .-. 31S 

Emily 221 

Emilv Josepha — 129 

Emm'a 132 

Emma Josepha - 128-129 

Eva Elizabeth (Cahill) 299 

Eva Maria 128 

Frank - 131 

Hannah Elizabeth 127 

Harriet 67 

Harriet (deBow) 233 

Harriet Robertson 130 

Harvev - 221 

Hattie Foster -.- 226 

Helen Lucretia - - 127 

Henrietta 221 

Henrietta Cordelia 65 

Henrv Dumont - 131-232 

HenrV Michael - 58-132 

Henry Stansbury 132-232 

Ida Moore 226 

Isabella Lucretia (Bond) 129 

Isobel - 221 

Isobel Laurie (Rittenhouse) 221 

Israel Pemberton , 65 

James 18-33 

James Burn 65 

James Crawford 300-313 

James Francis - — 227 

James Michael 128-226 

James Rittenhouse 57-127-22S-30O 

John 64-132 

John Francis - 232 

John Frederick 126 

John Lincoln 300 

John Rittenhouse 57-126 

John Thomas 128-228 

(Judge) John Thomas 300 

Joseph 18-29-31-33-56 

Joseph Augustus 32 

Joseph Everett 58-131 

Joseph Harvey 81-123-127-221 

Joseph John Washington 32 

Joseph Pomeroy 228-300 

Joseph Robert 33-67 

Josephine 67 

Josephine Caroline Bull (Young) 67 

Josephine (Stansbury) 128 

Josephine Sylvia 300 

Julia dePass 226 

Julia Livingston 243 

Julia Livingston (Peabody) 2^3 

Julia Moore 226 

Laura Hagner 132 

Laurie 221 

Louisa 64-221 

Tyucretia Colt (Skinner) 126 

Lucv Holcomb 131 

Mabel Scott 233 



Xourse, Maria Josepha 131 

Maria Louisa (Bull) 7-31 

Maria (Robertson) 130 

Margaret Baxter Maclay 127 

Margaret (Kemble) 144 

Marv Abigail 227 

Mary Alice 131 

Mary Anna 127 

Marv Frances 126 

Mary Helen 232 

Mary Josepha 64 

Mary Pemberton 145 

Marv Phillips 57 

Mary Rittenhouse 57-112-128-131 

Mary (Rittenhouse) 57 

Marv Wilson 129 

Michael 29-57 

Minnie (Sylvester) 300 

Orlando Monroe 232 

Phillip Rittenhouse „ 299 

Phoebe Pemberton Morris (55 

Ray 230 

Rebecca Darby 303 

Rebecca Louisa 31 

Rebecca (Morris) 64 

Richard Gerald 300 

Robert 33 

Robert Svlvester 300 

Robert Willett '. 226 

Rosa Hazelhurst (Raymond) 230 

Rose Morris 64 

Ruth (Happin) _ 300 

Sarah Agnes (Peter) 232 

Sarah Frances (Blackman) 226 

Sarah (Fonace) 18 

Sarah Harriet 57-127 

Sarah Harvey 228 

Sarah Hassler 131 

Sarah Lord 127 

Sarah North (Harvey) 127 

S'arah (Wright) 131 

Susan Ludlam 232 

Susan Stansburv 129 

Upton Darby 231-303 

Victoria (Monroe) 232 

Walter Burton 145 

William 58-129-221 

William Bond 129-230 

William Kent 233 

William Maclay 313 

Nuchols, John M 136 

Nutter, Eliza - -- 109 

Emma 109 

Francis 109 

Marv 109 

Rhodesia 109 

Sarah E. (Bull) 109 

W. Harrison 50-109 

Oakins, Katherine A 116 

Obear, Adelaide 237 

Alexander Davison 237 

Frank ; 136-237 

Margaret Chesley (Davison) 237 

Obermider, Amelia 196 

Oblander, Ida 99 

O'Brien, Annetta Smith 74 

David 74 

Elizabeth 75 

Elizabeth Bull (Smith) 74 

Frances Valeria 75 

Joseph 36-74-75 

Nancy - — - 72 

O'Connell. Kathrvn (Creed) 208 

Michael 208 

Rosa Catherine - 208 

O'Farrell, Dorothee Silvia 172 

Emma Louisa (Bull) 172 

Joseph Ignatius 88-172 



INDEX 



XXXllI 



Or.Icii, Alinii 1'^^, 

S'arii KriitirfS "•• 

Okcsori, Kllon • , j } 

Jcihii •:•♦•<■* 

Miiriii (Sli(M.ii) '•"> 

M;iiili:i Hull -<■♦ 

Miiiiir •"; 

Kcll.'CI'M (Hull) -»-* 

H.'l.cccii J ■'■' 

Simiucl 44-!H) 

Old, Aim.'lta •'•'' 

Olivir. Alice '■'•'• 

Oliiislciid, ricniy Hull 2:!:! 

OlxlciiKi'iicfl', Alii-iiliaui " 

Di.U I 

I I IIMlil U ^ 

Isniic ^ 

.1 nc(il) i 

MtirRiirct i 

IMiU'Kiirclli!! "t 

Orisipu. l.cila Neale -'■^•'< 

Orwiiu. Charles 27r.n 

J\laiv ^'> 

MaiV (Bull) •"'<> 

Sarah <> 

OttinRer, Alexander 33-(i7 

Amanda Fitz-Allan •>''* 

Anna :\raiia •'•'* 

Anna Matilda '">•'< 

Henrietta (Davis) HT 

.lames Smith '>" 

.lohn ("'^ 

Martha (Hubbs) 33 

■\Villiani 33 

Owen, (Dr.) David Dale 60 

Theresa !^" 

Page. Emma Matilda 200 

.John 209-3L'(i 

Palmer, Charles "Walter 2W 

Marv Chapman 124 

Mary Goff 144 

Pankev, Elizabeth Blair •"112 

Lillian (Kobb) 31:2 

Rnssell R ..:... •. 286-312 

Parker, Virginia 3T 

Parry, Ann I'} 

Carrie ' "■"' 

Cliester l"-''> 

Llewellyn l-l 

Mary (Thomas) 1'! 

Paterson, Bertha 204 

Bertha (Gillet) 294 

William lilT liiil 

Patterson, Annetti diCosta (Crane) 21'.1 

Anthonv Drexel 210 

Arthur (\)xe 210 

Arthur AViiling 1'04 

Beatrice Willing 204 

Carrie Bertram 1-- 

Charles Edward 210 U0.'> 

Charlotte Hopkins 120." 

Cliarlotte Wise (Hopkins) 20.") 

Christopher Stuart .")0-12(V21 T 

Clifford 210 

David 23 

Edward 55-121-210 

Edward Fitzgerald '2'X> 

Edward Liddon 1*10 

Edward Stuart I'O." 

Eleanor Cuvler 121-217 

Eleanor Stuart 210 

Eleanor (Willing) 204 

Elizabeth .Tenks 121 

Elizabeth Lummis (Bonsall) IL'L' 

Elizabeth Stuart ; 21.S-210 

Ella Bell 232 



Patterson, Klleii (Sinarl) 
EaiMiie A. (.lenkH) 
Khireuce ( I larl ) 
Kraiiccs (HisM-ll) 
i''raMcis Dennisoii 



■J 1 7 
IJI 
21!) 
2IS 
217 



(icorge Stuart 217-20t 

Grace lialhini (Learned) 122 

(irace Leslie .. 121 

Harriet Kelly .... 122 

Helen 210 

Henrv Stuart .".-121 122-210 20.". 

Isabella Liddon (Coxe) 2Hj 

.lames 55 

.lamis Edward 121 

.1,1 lie Guvler 217 

 l-.iur (Cuyler) 120 

.leiuiie (Lyon) 205 

.lohn 2S-2n 

((;eneral) .John H 121-210 

.lohn .loseph 121 

.lohn Thoiu|)son .".'•121 

.Liscph ."..'120 

.loseph Ilenrv 122-217 

.Maria .lesup 218 

Marv Eliza 210 

Marv Elizabeth (Forbes) 210 

Marv (iertrude 219 

Marv Xewbold 210 

Martina G. (Talmadge) 121 

Martina Talmadge 122 

Martha Stuart 121 

Martha (Stuart) 28 

(Rev.) Robert Mayne 127 

Roger Williams 295 

Ruth 295 

Stuart Forbes 210 

Theodore Cuvler 121-218 

Thomas G 121-210 

Valentine Mott 121-210 

William Orr .55 

Patton, Alice Vincent (Corson) 203 

Kenneth Stewart 21ti-203 

Paul., ('. (' 170 

Caroline Maria (Rosenstihl) 170 

Carrie L 176 

Charles Caleb 170 

Myrtle Irene 179 

Pawling, Albert .. 54 

Anna Bull 69 

Anna S. (Bull) 120 

Eleanor (Elinor) 28 

Eleanor (Thomas) 16 

Elizabeth 0-lfi-.">3 

Ellen .".4-tlO 

Eva tiO 

Fannie 119 

(ieorge Waters 60 

Henry 7-0-54-t;0-.321 

Henrv .\ugustus 16-2.8 

Henry deWitt Clinton ;.34-54-69-120 

Henry Frederick 28 

.laccunyntie (Kunst) 9 

.Tames" M 54-110 

.lohn 9 

.Joseph Heister 54 

Levi ....:..: 28-53-119 

Lvdia C. (Wood) 119 

M. Elizabeth (Heister) 53 

Marv 54 

Mav" 69 

Nathan 69 

Rebecca 54 

Rebecca (Bull) 28 

Rose Muhlenberg 69 

Thomas B 54 

William 28 



Peabody. (.Tudge) Cliarles 

.Julia I..ivingston 

Julia (Livingston) 



144 
144 
144 



XXXIV 



INDEX 



Peacock, Mary 23 

Peale, Charles Wilson 320 

Pearce, Cromwell 21-36 

Isabella (Bull) - 26 

Lewis Gronow 36 

Margaret - 21 

Peast, Richard - — 337 

Pedigo, Ann Maury 234 

Eleanor Conway 234 

Eleanor Cornelia (Davison) 234 

Jennie Gray - 234 

Jessie Davison 234 

John H 133-234 

John Hardin 234 

Mark Henry 234 

Marv Louisa 2'M 

Norborn Elijah 234 

Robert Edward 234 

Sallie Louise - - 234 

Pelot, Charles Moore 134 

Margaret Ann (Ford) 134 

Sarah Caroline --— 134 

Pendleton, Edm'd 326 

Edward Maynes 61 

Penn. Fred Anderson 279 

Henrv T - "i '1 J -279 

J. Barton 194-279 

Onita (Anderson) 279 

William - 7-0 

Pennebacker, Sibilla (or Isabella) 20 

Perrv (Commodore) 42-63 

(Rev.) D. E. S 173 

Pershing (Major General) 69 

Persot, Iva Banes 237 

Peter. Elizabeth Jane (Henderson) fi^ 

John Park Custis f)S 

Sarah Agnes - 131 

Peterkin (Bishop) : 140 

Petzers, Gretze 7 

Peyton, Elizabeth 31 

Phelps, Alice Darling 253 

Elizabeth Darling (Drown) 254 

Elizabeth Drown 254 

Emily Drown ^.^ 254 

Francis Alexander — 157-2.53 

Francis Slocum 253 

Margaretta Darling (Drown) - 253 

Martha Bennett - 254 

William Drown 2.53 

Ziba Bennett 157-254 

Phillips, David 321 

Emma Sutton 149 

James Boyd ,. 173 

Jennie 115 

Mary 10-315-322 

Mawi 149 

Sarah ] 73 

Susan Amanda — - 173 

William Perry 149 

Phipps, Ellen 119 

Pierce, Jessie M 154 

Pittman. Billie 311 

Esther Woolten (Moseley) 311 

lone Ann 311 

Mac Moseley 311 

William 278-311 

Plank, William 52 

— -Jlatt, Charles 218-294- 

Dorothv Falcon (Sims) 294 

Dorothy Sims 294 

Elizabeth Morris 294- 

Pomerov, Eleanor Maclay 128 

Joseph 128 



Pope, Anne Columbia 194 

Bell 195 

Bob Smith 102-194 

Columbia Adelia (Anderson) 194 

Cullen 102 

Effie 195 

Erskine Elizabeth 195 

Ida (Duke) 280 

Oliver English 195-280 

Temperance 102 

Tom Anderson 195 

Thomas Sidney 280 

Porter, Nancy Jane 149 

Postell, (Colonel) James 134 

Mary 134 

Potter, (Rev.) Alonzo (D.D.) 23 

Potts, Ann Hunter (Bull) 84 

Howard 84 

Robert S 40-84 

Powell, Alexander Cheslev 236 

(Dr.) Alexander Monroe 134-1.35-2.36-2.37 

Ann Maury (Davison) 237 

Anna 95 

(Dr.) Bruce E 136 

Clarissa (Chesley) 60-134-135 

Charles Edward 107 

Donald Monroe 237 

Kate Louise 236 

Lewis _ 95 

Louisa Hite (Davison) 236 

Margretta Neave 236 

Martha (Hicks) 136 

Martha L , 136 

Marv Catherine 60 

Mary M. (Hallowell) 95 

Maurv Davison 2.36 

Van "Caldwell 236 

(Captain) Thomas 134-135 

Thomas William .'. 60 

William Magnus 236 

Power, Caroline 267 

Caroline Jane (Jordan) 177 

Elvira Emeline 177 

Francis Marion 92-177 

Harvev Allen 177-267 

Howard L 266 

Lena L. (Wolf) 267 

Maude Pearl 177 

Rubv Leota 267 

Sadie (Cox) 266 

Pratt, Charles William 266 

Edward Electus 226 

Electus Abijah 127-226 

Helen 226 

Phoebe A 90 

Sarah Lord (Nourse) 226 

William Norman 226 

Preuss. Leone 103 

(Mrs.) M. L - 193 

Price, Carrie 2O0 

Otto ....104-200 

Rebecca Jane (McNeely) 200 

Samuel 200 

Pridgen, Walter 166-339 

Prizer, Harvey B - 166 

Puis. Clara - : 202 

Quinter, George ^^2 

Margaret 82 

Margaret (Francis) 82 

^Quickel, Catherine Olive 277 

Edward W^ 

Eliza IW 

Elizabeth (Benedict) 100 

Ellen R l^O 

Frederick Hoover 100-277 

Gideon 100 



IXDl'X 



XXXV 



(^uirk,l. . 1,111.  (Hull I H»i 

.l(p|iii UK) llIU 

Mi.liii.l 4«-llH» 

()li\c ( l''orpaugh) -77 

oiiv.i- l'.M( •_•-.'. 

I'liillii) ion I'.M) 

riiillip I'lfdi'i-ick -77 

IJrlMM-cii ( ll(i.)V.T) 1!M» 

Si.dic ; VM) 

Siinili II"' 

Siin;iii (Shiiulle) Kill 

U;iiiilin, I', Id- :V2\ 

Kimi.slmit:, Alice Loiiisn -'.'>- 

Cli.iilcs .l(isci)li L'.TJ 

Ciinicliiis SI ill.' i:!Mi:."J 

Kli/jibi'th 'I'liiiyi'V •S.;-2 

.Idsi'iiliiiH' Niiurse -■!- 

Karl 1 l.Mssl,.r 2:{2 

Siiiiili lliissler (Nourse) 2:52 

Rank, C'lunlos 100 

Emma 10!) 

Frederick 100 

Rankin. Klla May ir)2 

.Toscpli Huston 1.')2 

Ran«nm, .\l)l>ie 17") 

Alice ((;illet) 20."> 

Hcssie 2(in 

Carrie (Hurdii'k) 21'.." 

Eleanor L. (Lord) 17.") 

Ernest 205 

Fcnton 265 

Genie F 17fi 

Halette Nott 20:^ 

Harry Wavne 265 

IleleA Verna 265 

Henrietta 170 

Henry Nott 217-203 

Henrv 175 

Ida Gabrielle - 170 

Jessie Annie _ 175 

I.ucv T 175 

Mabel 175 

Marv Klva 175 

Maud Kva : 265 

M yra 1 75 

Myron 91 -1 75 

Robert Edwin 2('i." 

Robert Freedom 175 L'l!." 

Sylvia CTaudine L'li.") 

Winn if red 21)5 

Rapp. Barnet S5 

Elizabeth sr. 

Ellen S:^ 

Ratdiford. Laura 104 

Thomas 104 

William Paschal 104 

Raymond. :yrary A 120 

Rosa Hazelhurst 120 

Samuel 120 

Raysor, Emma A 7S 

Reath. Aususta Meade (Roberts) 25S 

Benjamin Brannaii 25S 

Elizabeth Roberts 25S 

Georfre 25S 

Tlieodore 25S 

Theodore W 25.S 

Thomas Roberts 258-:>;0 

Reese, Isadore 72 

Reeser* Delila O'.i 

Reeves, Nellie 170 

Reilly, Henry liC. 

Replo, .Toseph Alexander ;I04 

.Joseph Ilermon 2.'?0:!O4 

Mary Willy (Davis) :;04 

Rep))'ier, (Jeorsre Sebastian 15." 

.In 11 a Helen 1.5.5 



Ki'ipia. ('.'iri'ii' LilliaM C Morrow | 
(Kev.) Lconaril I'riiiik liii, .Ir. 
Lillian While 
.Sarali ('lernson ... 
William .Muirnw 

Kelililess, .liiliM I'ranklin 

I'earl Mnutic (liaKKell) 

Kal|>li 

Uheem. Mary Ililleija- 

Kliodes, .\nii 

Em mil 

Rich. .Mi<-e Everlon 



•J 10 



2i;2 :««» 

:vnt 

. :'AH> 

:;<i7 
;m7 



OS 
1)8 
120 
I7» 
120 
I20 
I20 
210 



Uertha Lin wood 

Clara D.illoii 

KlIc'M r.-iwliuK 

Krances Carroll 

(ieortce I'awlinc 110 

(Jeorciue (Clarke) 210 

(ierald 210 :!:!0 

Henry (iihnore 120 

Laura .Vncusta r_'ii 

Lester '1 

,\Iaria (Inirham) 54 

Marv Marc.iret 210 

Mary I'awlinK HO 

Sylvester N'orton 110 

Richards, Amv T. (Westerfelt) 252 

Ann Elizabeth in."? 

Ann Hunter (Smith) 72 

Anna May 154 

Anna (Zook) 251 

Anne Hunter 154 

Annetta O' Brien 153 

Bent ley Smith 15:!- 1.54 

Charles Sheafe 1"il 

Elizabeth Bull 72 

Elizabeth S 36 

Elizabeth (Smith) 151 

Elizabeth Turflee 252 

(Rev.) Ellis .lones 75 

Emilv Smith 154 

Harold 251 

Isadore (Reese) 154 

.lames A .36-72 

.lames Armstrong 72 

.lane Ellis 15S 

.lessie M. (Pierce) 154 

•lohii Ilavanl 153 

.l.ihn Smitli 72-153-251 

.loseph Edmund 1.5.3 

•loseijh ()' Brien 72-154 

Leila Louisa 252 

Levi Smith 72 

Louden Wright 154 

Louisa Haven (Sheafe) 153 

.MarKaretta Sheafe 154 

Margaret Wright 154 



Mary 

Nancy 

Nancv 

Sallie 
Sarah 
Sarah 
TlKuuas 



Haven 153 

(O'Brien) _ 153 

Valeria 153 

Jameson (Bodlev) 252 

Bodley ". 252 

Smith 72 

Howell ; l.->4-2.".2 



'1' horn as Smith 72-1.5:! 

Warren Woodward 153 

William Miller 72-l.">4 

William Pollock 154 

Zook Van Ness 251 

Kicliardson, .Tacomyntie (Bull) 15 

.lemima (Bull) 15 

Kichcreek, Leah (Maelhorn) IAS 

Paul 1SS 

AVilliam OS-ISS 

Iviefcel. Clara Matilda .. 157 

Kifc. Charles ;..; lS!.«^-274 

Helen 

Minnie (Maelhorn) 



274 
274 



XXXVl 



INDEX 



Ritchie, John E 117 

Rittenhouse, Anna 125 

Anne Connel (Cochran) 298 

Annie Clay 298 

Arthur - 224 

Basil Norris- 223-2J)6;3S'9 

Benjamin 7-17-29 

Benjamin Franklin 29-56-123-124 

Bessie (Thomas) 297 

Caroline Reed (Lockwood) 225 

Carolvn Clay 225 

Catherine 225 

Charles Edwin 57-125-222-225 

Charles Edward 124-224 

Clementine Crawford 124 

David 7-29-56-124-318 

Delozier James 223-297 

Dolores (Casillas) 223 

Dorothy (Jarrison 297 

Elizabeth 30 

Elizabeth Beverly 296 

Elizabeth (Bull) ....: 29 

Elizabeth Caldwell 222 

Elizabeth Scott 123 

Elizabeth (Shapter) 222 

Emily 125 

Emily Josepha - 56 

Fannie - 125 

Grace (Hubbell) - 225 

Gertrude Louise 298 

Hannah Hughes 56 

Helen Murrav 124 

Helen S. (Good) 224 

Henrietta Waring 123 

Henrietta Waring (Davidson) 123 

Henry Lockwood 225-298 

Howard 224 

Ida (Cole) - 223 

Isobel Laurie 123-127 

James Dalton ■_ 297 

James Delozier ...125-223 

James Hall 17-124-223 

Jane L. (Simonton) 125 

John Beverly 59 

John Bull 29-59 

John D 124 

John Hughes 57-125-225 

Karl David 224-297 

Leonard Cole -- 223 

Louisa Azuzena 297 

Lucia Morse 223 

Marie Louise (Tucker) 296 

Martha Louisa 125 

Marv 29 

Mary (Dalton) 297 

Mary Davidson 123 

Mary Elizabeth 56 

Mary Frances 126 

Mary Newbold 125 

Mary Whitall 225 

Mathias — ] 7 

Nicholas 17 

Paul Lockwood 225 

Ralph Davidson 223 

Samuel Whitall 125-225 

Sarah Elizabeth 224 

Sarah Emily 123 

Sarah (Hughes) 56 

Sarah Louise 125 

Sarah Matilda (Whitall) 125 

Sterling Shapter 222 

William 17 

Ritter, Chester Deckard 271 

Rebecca North (Deckard) 271 

Wilson W 181-271 

Robb, Alma (Hope) 286 

Elizabeth (Crawford) 200 

Elsie (Hines) 284 

Euphresia 202 

Gilbert Crawford 200-284 



Robb, Hickman 202 

Iva Howard 204 

John 106-204 

(Dr.) John Shaw 200 

Lillian 286 

Mattie 204 

Theophilus 202-286 

Robbins, Marv Augusta 140 

Stephen .' : 140 

Roberts, Alfred Thomas 96-183 

Alice (Rambo) 23 

Allan Miller 184 

Ann (Hamer) 95 

Anna (Anderson) 309 

Anna Hunter 79 

Augusta Meade 163-258 

Bessie A. (Buckwalter) 268 

Blanche 95 

Blanche (Wright) 271 

Charles 258 

Dorothy 271 

Dorothv Margaret 258 

Edith (Hunter) 271 

Edith Langdon 258 

Edward :... 23-96-184 

Edward Rambo 44-95 

Eleanora 184 

Eliza 23 

Elizabeth 258 

Elizabeth Bissell 258 

Elizabeth Hill (Bissell) 163 

Ella Prances 80 

Ethel 95 

Fanchon Hunter 271 

Fay Smith , 183 

Frank Edward 183 

Fred Waite 183 

George Wood Bissell 163-258 

Harry Clyde 183-339 

Hannah Louisa 80 

Hazel Marie 268 

Helen Mollie 268 

Henry Brown 183-271 

Henry Bull 44-95 

James 38 

Jessie Meredith 95 

John 38 

Jonathon 23 

Kate Palmer (Chamberlain) 258 

Katherine 258 

Katherine Hubbard 258 

Katharine Sherwood (Marble) 183 

Lena Bell 183 

Lenora M. (Miller) 184 

Leonard Frescolm 38-79 

Levi Bull 80 

Lionel Slingsby 168 

Malcolm Wesley 309 

Marsaret 258 

Martha 24 

Marvin Chester 268-309 

Mary 38 

Mary Foster (Frothingham) 258 

Mary Frescolm 79 

Mary Frothingham 258 

Marv Peacock 44 

Mattie 95 

May 163 

May Peacock 96 

Nancy Jane (Meredith) •. 95 

Nellie (Smith) 183 

Newell Bruce 268 

Orlando S 180-268 

Rachel Bartholomew (Dewees) 79 

Rebecca Jane 23 

Roland Karl 184 

. Samuel Henry 95-183 

Samuel Meredith 183. 

Sherwood 183 

Stella Claudine 188 

Theodora 258 



iM)i:.\ 



XXXVII 



UolMTts, Til. .mils {«-<!! 1(.....H 

Tliiiiiias Clifl'old '^'J 

Victor Kinl |-'j^ 

Viifcinin -nV/.V, "-w 

Wnti'is Dcwees ....(!• ll>-. — >^ 

WiUiiiiii -■'• -• 'j 

WilliMiu IImiiht '•' 



WilliMiii llonir 
WiniiclriMl 



.ia'?-2Ti 
:;u<.) 



218 



IJoliniMiii. Maria 

Kobiiis, llilrii 

Kdhinson, Aiuiii Dcilljy '-J 

Kliziilictli -J:' 

Kraiilv .losi'pli 1;'|> 

treorgp •>;] 

Griu-e Agnes  '•_•- 

Gregory Ellis <ll:;j 

Jane '■}•' 

J.'aniu'lto (KvelPth) 1;;2 

John (iroiiow _ ■'■' 

.lonatlion John -l*^ 

Le Koy 1{;^ 

Tiewis Gronow •'••' 

Marfijirt't -1'"^ 

Marsar.M Allon (Hinckley) IT):! 

Mariiiirct Sarali Tjoar 72 

IMartha Smart (Patterson) 21.S 

Martina Tahnadge 21S 

Marv 72-21S 

Mary (Rnll) ^-J 

Marv Daley IS-^ 

Mary E. (Gregory) 71 

Marv Jeannette !•'- 

Richard 21 :5/i 

IJicliard Gregory 71-1.>2 

Richard TI. M 257-308 

Richard Pierce 3o-71 

Robert Miles 121-218 

Rosalind ■5* '8 

Rosalind Wood (Smith) :«)8 

Saniuid -1° 

Sarali Hnll -w 

S'arah Elizabeth : loS 

Sidnev Ormsby 72153 

( Speaker) 18 

Susan Isabella 35 

(Rev.) Thomas Hastings 44 

Robison, Adella (Jones) 208 

Chloa (Ferverba) 2!M) 

Karl F 2!K) 

Edward 208 

Elizabeth i>l 

Garland F 208 

Joanna (Gordon) Ill 

TjuIu (Brannernan) 208 

Robert V 200 

Rolland V £08 

Sabin V 111-208 

Thomas D 51 

Thomas W 111-208 

X'inccnt •■ 51-111 

Ward 208 

Rodj>ers. Ada G 270 

Carrie E - .- 270 

Clinton E 270 

George K 181-270 

Nellie (Emerich) 270 

Roger, Adeline Elizabetli 108 

Rogers, ;\Iargar<n Ann (Taylor) 307 

Marv Frances . "i\~ 

Ralph I) 251-307 

Roop, Anna :\Iae 246 

Charles Franklin 246 

Eva Theresa 246 

Roosa, Heymans 

Xoelt.ie ^ 

Wiltze 



RoKeMKarteii, Kinolinf 

Frederii-k 

Miirioii Hiui.H . . 

Ross. Annie 
l''.liz»ln-lli 
Ellen 
Ell 



Miirion (Hiins).. 



Emil v 

Elli.-i 

I'anny 

l''ranz 

(ieorgi 

(■eori;(' 

Gi'i't riidi 

Helen .. 

I lenrv 

.lidin 

.lohn 

Marv 

Marv 

Mary 

M a V 

May 

Thomas 

Wilson 



.21«2!M 
21H 

Rose .".r_' 

(I'nwlinK) 118 

215 

(I'hipps) . 215 

. 215 

Sherwood ((ieniiiimi 110 

. •_'I5 

(lieii)erKcr) 312 

Ileibereer 312 

. Iin215 2!t3 

Carhnrt J'.»h.:I2 

215 

..; lis 

I'awiing I IS 215 

5;i-llH2!»3 

Nairn .;; 312 

110 

(lUohy) 203 

(Jenkins) •'•3 

215 

(Ciif'ton) 215 

53-118-215-203 
312 



Rossi ter 
R 



Thomas 



78-315 



throck, (Dr.) Abraham 82 

(Dr.) Addison Mav 167-2t!0-:!:H» 

Addis<.n ^May 2G0-2G1 

Charlotte Stephanie 261 

Edward Charles 261 

lOleanor Cleves 261 

Eleanor (Cleves) 261 

Elizabeth Mav 167 

Eugenia May 261 

Florence (Ellis) 260 

(Dr.) Ilenrv Abraham 167-261-330 

Henry Abraham 261^ 

Howard (irav 167 

Howard Raul 260 

.lames .\ddison 260 

Joseph Edward 260 

(Dr.) Joseph Trimble 82-167 

Joseph Trimble - 261 

:\Iartlia Ellen 260 

Martha Ellen (May) 167 

Martha May 16" 

Phebe B 82 

Rachel Wanona 261 

Roush, Daniel Deckard 270 

David 200 

John X 181-270 

:Marv K 270 

Xila Marion (Deckard) 270 

Yerna Viola 200 

Ivowcll. Columbia Bell (Anderson) 270 

George Bell 279 

Joseph Hewitt 103-270 

.losephine 2iO 

Josei)hine (Hart) 103 

Matti.' Elizabeth 270 



Ivowland 



Rule, Harold 
James 
Jane 



Emily K. .. 
Vernet 



... 124 

... 150 

.... 150 

... 150 



:ufT, Ben Howard 285 

Burn 202 

Freida (.Vmelunka) -' 286 

Jessie :.-•- 202 

Eaura (Wilson) - 202 

Lucv 2(12 

Xorn 202 

William 105-202 286 

William lee 286 

Rupert (Solomon) ...: 46 



XXXVlll 



INDEX 



Rush, (Dr.) Benjamin 15-336 

Edward 337 

Elizabeth 336 

Francis 336 

Jacob 336 

James 33 1 

J007 
ane -j^ ' 

John - 15-336 

Joseph 337 

Sarah 337 

Susanna 336 

Thomas : 336 

William 336-337 

Russell, Minerva - 48 

Ruth, Eliza Virginia Mills (Dimitry) 2.38 

Enoch Fenwick 137-2.38 

Genevieve - 238 

Margaret Celeste 238 

Mary Elizabeth 238 

Rutter, Emily Hollenbeck 74 

Mary Ann (Cist) 74 

Nathanial - 74 

Ryan, Samuel Erwin 151 

Ryon, Julia Florence 154 

Sample, Julia Jeannette 101 

Sampson, (Rear Admiral) W. T 85 

Sanford, Edward Paterson 220 

Henrv Chapman 220 

Martina Talmadge (Patterson) 220 

Mildred (Gillet) - 2.94 

Reginald 217-294 

Rufus Henry .122-220 

William Milnor 294 

Sargent, Ruth 52 

Sargeant, Louise 178 

Sauzer, A 116-214 

Grace G. (Milligan) 214 

Gordon 214 

Scales, J. M 194-279 

John R 194 

Mabel Irene 279 

Marjorie Bell 279 

Mattie Irene (Anderson) 279 

Samuel Melrose 279 

Texana (Kelly) 193 

Scarborough, Agnes Virginia 2-13 

Sehaefer, Frank Jacob 211-313-3.39 

Helen Kathryn (Hench) 313 

Schall, George 69 

Schatte, Charles L 102 

Charles Luther 197-282 

Effie 196 

Eliza Hervey (Lockwood) 282 

Frederick 102-196 

Sophia Lockwood 282 

Virginia Ann (Wilson) 196 

Schrantz, Daisy M. (Fink) 310 

John 271-310 

.John Eugene 310 

Robert Fink 310 

Schriver, C'letes Alice 99 

Schropp, Mary Helen 252 

Schultz, Anna 248 

Grace 215 

Schwannerman, Lanie 197 

Scott, Addie 150. 

Alexine Evans 212 

Ann 218 

Augusta Jaquelin (S'wartzwelder) 240 

Clarence --'- 

Emma J. (Murdock) 2^2 

James Crosswell 242 

John 138-240 



Scott, John Murdock 242 

Joseph Warren 143-242 

(Sir) Walter :. 56 

Warren Finley 242 

W. Edgar 186 

William 240 

Seabaugh (Dr.) 204 

Seagar, Lloyd 116 

Seay, Eugenia 200 

Seibert, Allie F. (Fastnacht) 293 

Charles 118 

David 286 

David B 106-203 

David Glenn 203-286 

Eleanor K. (Neilson) 118 

Elizabeth A. (Heiges) 215 

Ella (Wilkinson) 286 

James L 118 

Irene 280 

Lillian 106-286 

(Rev.) Samuel W 53-118 

Surrilda (Wilson) 203 

Virginia R 118 

William Neilson 118-215 

William Sponsler 215-293 

William W 293 

Wilson 286 

S'elph, Albert Pike 238 

Alexander Dimitry 238 

Archibald 238 

Colin McRae : 1.37-2.38 

Leslie Brooks 2.38 

Mary 238 

Mary Elizabeth Lyman (Dimitry).... 2.38 
Sarah '. 238 

Senne, Grace 103 

Sergeant, Edward Walter 248 

Frank O'Brien 248 

Joseph Lewis 248 

Margaret Jane (McQuistion) 248 

Marv Olivia 248 

Walter 149-248 

Walter Foard 248 

William Wilson 248 

Sessums (Bishop) 138 

Shade, Esther 192 

Helen 192 

Marv (Wilson) 192 

William 101-192 

Shaeffer, Adam 99 

Alice M 99 

Amanda 272 

Amos R 99-189 

C. Alice (Schriver) 189 

Catherine E 99 

Catherine L 189 

Clara A 99 

Clara E 189 

Constantine Jacob 99-189 

Delila (Reeser) 189 

Elizabeth (Bull) 99 

Emma E 99 

Esther E - 189 

Ethel - 189 

Evelyn M 189 

Flora J 99 

Florence 189 

Flovd R : 189 

Franklin E 189 

Gertrude E - 189 

Gordon - 189 

Grace A 189 

Helen A 189 

Howard 189 

Ida (Oblander) 189 

Jane 99 

John F 99-189 

Maggie M 99 



IXDI'.X 



XXXIX 



SliiuH'i'i-, Miimic I'^'-' 

MiiimuTt 10 ixii 

M.uv .1 !•!• 

N.viM I'. 1N!» 

I'liuliiH' (i IH!> 

Iv'i.liMid W 1H!» 

S.iiriii,! -J.'i-lti) 

S,, I, ,111. Ml M IK) 

Williur A 181) 

William II 99-189 

siiiif.i'. i;ii/.!ii)ciii ;?9 

I..V1 Hull :«) 

Miirlhil :«> 

Miirtlia (BuUMcC'lintopk) 3S;!:;l 

lii'hi'cca -iS 

(.lud-.') saiiiuci 22-;{8-:j:n 

Sarah :{9 

Shauaiiiaii, Klizuboth 2(iO 

Malul K. (D.'wees) 2ti0 

Samuel Liifrau IGii-^CiO 

TlKunas Dc'Wi'i's -<M) 

Shannon. KoluTl '.','2\ 

Shaptor. Kli/.abi'th 124 

Sliaip, Cathciiuo 45 

Shall.,. Kli/.alM'th 03 

Sliaw, Claia (McCarter) 247 

Harvev tiS-147 

Isabella 147 

.lohn Elliott 147-247 

Lillian 148 

Maude 17.", 

Sophia Elliott 247 

Sophia (Klliott) N7 

Sheafe, Louisa Haven 72 

Sheaf f, Elizabeth Waddell 40 

,Iohn Van Wyck 4^) 

Mary Augusta 40 

Shelby, (General) .To V.U 

Shepard, Alice I^idia ....'. 23<> 

Alice (Stevens) 2.36 

(Rear Admiral) Edwin Miilculni 2.">(i 

Shepherd, Ben.jamin Franklin 14."> 

Fannie 145 

Maud Evelyn 145 

Sarah 142 

Shepp. Amanda 08 

Fielta (Sultzberger) OS 

John OS 

Shields, Elvira 47 

Sliermer, Lemuel Zell 147-24C. 

Maria 246 

Marv Eliza (Huston) 246 

William 147 

Sherwood. (Brigadier General) Isaac R 05 

Kate (Brownlee) 95 

Lenore Katharine 9.5 

Shettle. Carrie 100 

Shii)ps, Ella Maty 68 

Shoemaker, (Dr.) Charles Gardner 223-207 

Francis Dodge 207 

Ijucia Moore (Rittenhouse) 207 

Lucia Rittenhouse 207 

Sholl, Edna Mav (Starner) 280 

Ernest Melville 208-280 

Perma Elizabeth 280 

Shoop, Maria 44 

Short, Alice 105-201 

Charles L 201-285 

Clvde 201 

Curtis 201 

Elizabeth Eflfie 105 

Elizabeth .lane (Wilson) 105 

George 48-105 

Harlan 201 

Irene 201 



SlM,rl. .I.lli.- (Slack) 2K'i 

l.iliri NfWtun Hi5_'<il 

.\l.ibel 2iil 

.Maii,'iirrt Eiiieline l'>."i 

.\Iarllia ('arnliiie l'i5 

.Marv S'. (UillMliMia> Jul 

.Mildred . J^T. 

.Minnie 2lll 

Kvland 21)1 

Sbiaii 2111 

'I'b.iiiias Wilson Hl5 L'OI 

Wilsmi 2N5 

Shoulls, Mollie . . 2IN> 

.Shower, Sarah Smith .... .30 

Shuman, .Xbrahani Brewer 50-123 

( harles F 125 

David I2.J 

llniilv .\nna 125 

Jleleii M 125 

Mary Klizabcth (Rittenhouse) 12.5 

Mav Rittenhouse '-5 

Sarah 125 

Silvernail, Susie Fay 221 

Silver! horn, Cluirles 96-184 

Mary Ellen (Diven) 184 

Mary Grace 184 

Simmons. D.irnthv Sheaf f (Bull) 262 

.lohn Gilbert 262 

(Dr.) .lohn Paul 171-262 

Margaret Macomb 262 

Mary A 90 

Simms, Amanda (Snider) 282 

Catherin E. (Burroughs) 243 

Charles Carroll 65-14.>24:; 

Charles Nourse 145-243 

Elizabeth Brent 243 

Elizabeth (Xourse) 145 

Emilv (Dunlop) 243 

George 196-2.82 

George Dunlo)) 243 

George Julius 282 

Lucille 282 

Richard D.niglas ;...145-243 

Walter Barnham 223 

Simonton, .lane L 57 

W. L 57 

Simpson, Anne Carroll 64 

Sims, Dorothy Falcon 218 

Emeline ilarion 218 

Grace Leslie (Patterson) 218 

Grace Patterson 218 

Helen (Robins) 294 

James Patterson 218 

Jane Cuyler 218 

John Clarke 121-218-2»4 

Joseph Patterson 218 

Mary Routh 294 

Sinclair, Mary C'arr 174 

Sipe, Graeie 187 

Sissons, Gertrude Hastings 226 

Gertrude I>. (Hastings) 226 

Thomas 226 

S'ivlev, Anne Columbia (Pope) 194 

Joseph 194 

Marv 194 

Osie" 194-195 

Skeen, Abraham 20 

Barbara 20 

Eleanor 33 

.Tames 20 

.lemimah (N'ewberrv) , 33 

Samuel 20-33 

Skinner, Elizabeth 57 

(Rev.) Icabod L 57 

Lucretia Colt 57 



xl 



INDEX 



Slack, Jeffie 201 

Slater, Katherine Grace 32 

Kirkland 71 

Slinglufif, Clara 69 

Marv (Knox) 69 

W. H 69 

Smallman, (Dr.) Howard Lee 300 

Smedley, Amy 156 

Dorothy Darling 253 

Edward Darling 253 

Marv Rutter (Darling) 253 

Peter 156 

Ruth Harlow 253 

William Thomas 253 



Smith, Addie (Coke) 

Adeline -.. 

Agnes 

Alice Virginia (Hagley) 

Allen E .'. 

Alfreda Ann Tucker 

Ann Hunter 

Anna Belle 

Anna (Bull) 

Anna Jaquelin 

Anna Maria (Nichols) 

Anne Haines 

Anne Louisa 

Anne Magill 

Annetta Old 

Annetta (Old) 

Archibald Alexander 14o-244- 

Archibald Magill 63-140-142- 

Augusta Louisa 

Augustine .-. 

Augustine Charles 30- 

Augustine Jaquelin 62-139-140-143- 

Barbara 

Bentley Howard 

Bertha Annie 

Boyd 145- 

Bruce 

Caroline 

Caroline (Jordan-McCleary) 

Catherine Coke 

Charles Magill 62-139-142- 

Clara Brace 

Clara Hunter 

Clara Mary (Bull) 

Clarence McClure 

Clark 

Clement Grubb 158- 

C'olesworth Pinkney 

(Rev.) Cornelius Bishop 

Daisy Emily 

Darius 92 

David Evans 

Dinah (Dunn) 

Donna de Etta (Lord) 

Dorothy 

Edith Garrett 

Edith Watts (Comstock) 

Edward 18 

Edward Hunter 

Edward J 

Edward Jaquelin 30- 

Edward Jaquelin Haines 

Eliza Barnwell 30 

Eliza Una (Vanderford) 

Elizabeth , 175 

Elizabeth Augusta 

Elizabeth Badinger (Morgan) 140 

Elizabeth Bull 

Elizabeth Dangerfield (Magill) 

Elizabeth Frances 

Elizabeth Lathv 

Elizabeth Magill 

Elizabeth Meredith 



240 

90 

241 

241 

177 

63 

36 

264 

30 

62 

154 

66 

155 

61 

154 

72 

339 

240 

140 

326 

327 

240 

244 

75 

116 

244 

244 

266 

93 

240 

240 

129 

88 

87 

264 

192 

254 

138 

220 

158 

177 

264 

171 

266 

244 

177 

254 

327 

76 

177 

327 

31 

327 

205 

327 

61 

143 

36 

30 

75 

66 

140 

142 



Smith, Elizabeth 
Ella Jennie 



(Peyton) 64 

(Grubb) 158 



Ellen (Friend) 288 

Elsie Latimer 145 

Emily Annetta 76 

Emily Hannah (Badger) 75 

Emma Mae 288 

Eulah (Hare) 240 

Foxhall Parker 76 

Frank Adams 96 

Frank H 154 

Frank Woodrow 288 

Franklin Levering 68 

Garrett W 177 

(Colonel) George 11 

Georgiana Close 155 

Gertrude Gouveneur (Clemson) 261 

Hazel 251 

Heber Levi 158 

Helen 107 

Helen Margaret , 171 

Horace 73-154 

Horace Vaughan 76 

Jane Correy 37 

Jaquelin 327 

Jesse G 176-266 

John 18-21-22-30-47-101-192-326-327 

John Augustine.. ..30-61-139-142-240-241-327 

John Boyd 65-145 

John Bull Davison 31-64 

John aiarles 205-288 

John Howard 72 

John Kitner 43-93 

John Vaughan 37-76 

Joseph Nourse 61 

Julia Comstock 254 

Katherine Stirling 139-240 

Katherine (Stirling) 139 

L 327 

Laura 257 

Laura B 177 

Laura Gilpin (Wood) 257 

Lawrence Meredith C'lemson 261 

Levi Bull 36-75-88 

Levi Heber 75-158 

Lewis - 244 

Lewis Howell ...145-244 

Louis Gouveneur 261 

Louis Lawrence 168-261 

Louis Stirling 139-240 

Lueetta Howell 145 

Ludlow Ogden 261 

Mabel Wheeler 220 

Margaret B. (Englehaupt) 177 

Margaret (Vaughan) 21-22 

Margaretta Ella 91 

Margaretta Vaughan 36 

Maria Davison 61 

Maria Louisa Hite 61 

Marie (Boulaine) 240 

Marion Lueette 146 

Martha Eliza 288 

Martha Jaquelin 326 

Martha Maria 30-327 

Martha R 93 

Marv 327 

Mary A 93 

Mary Ann 62 

Mary B. (McClure) 264 

Marv Badger i 76 

Mary Boiling (Meredith) 142 

Mary Boiling (Turner) 240 

Mary C 73-154 

Mary Cobean 36 

Mary Eliza 65 

Marv Elizabeth 90 

Marv Grubb 158 

Marv Jaquelin 18-140-143 

Marv Olive 205 



IXDIOX 



xli 



Smilli, Maiv I'l.iis •'^■^ 

Miiix riiiiisluii lil-lllj 

Miiiy (Wh.clfr) l^'-^'J 

iMiiliii'w ■'•-' 

Miilililii (Wilson) I'-'- 

Miuidi' Kvrlyii (Shepherd) -It 

Minidc l.imlsiiy '•"■•'^ 

Melissa (Ciilldlll) -•• 

.\hTil\ii M.nnlr -•■• 

.\,lln' '■»> 

Nfvii hold _-';'; 

Ncviii Nelson -'''■ 

reisil'oi- Knizi'i- 101-2ri7 

I'eytoii Hull 31 

roeiilioiitiis UollinK 1-12 

I'oeMlionlMS .Meredith -■<<) 

IJelieei :i Uoy<l (i2-(!l> 

Ueulien Hollinsr 1-t- 

Keiiliv .iiunH'lin H- 

Robert lil ■•-il^ 

Rol.eit ll(d)nrt ^' ■'.',' 

Kobert Miiekey •"'' 

Uobert Williiim llobarl ITl 

Kosiilind Wood -•"'" 

Ruth Klleu liSS 

Siuah ■■-~ 

Sai-iih Hull '■'•*' 

Siiiiih (Brown) '•»■> 

Snrah Haines (Boyd) •'•} 

Sarah Harriet ^■> 

Selden M 2W5 

Stanley McDonald !■>« 

Susan Grier 37 

Sidnev Frances fi2 

Thonuis 10'5-2()r, 

Thonias Bull •'>t>-T2 

Thomas Henry "•'! 

Thomas Stanley "<> 

Tiny 244 

Valeria 75 

Vincent Henry 7S-lo4 

Virsinia (Parker) "fi 

(Rev.) W 11 

William 9 

William .\lexander 41-R7 

William Darling 7.") 

William Harry 177 

William Howard l-'S 

William :Meredith 14-_' 

William :\rorsan 14»j 

William Riehmond fio 

William Tell 17ri-2(>4 

William Virgil 2H4 

Smythe, Mathew 126 

Snaman. Catherine Wise 806 

Elizabeth Jane 806 

Elizabeth Xewell (Pink) 806 

Harry Burns 247-806 

Snee, .\nne Theresa 138 

Snell. Alden Edwards 207 

Bullock Pierrepont 207 

Charles Livingston 207 

Elizabeth Kitter.house 207 

Sarah Elizabeth ( Rittenhouse) 207 

Snider, Alma (Abernathy) 2S2 

.\nianda 106 

Amelia (Obermider) 2S2 

Bergman 282 

Blanche 282 

Carl Estes 282 

Clestis 282 

Dorothy 282 

Drusie (Miller) 2S2 

Eli George 2S2 

Eloide (Medley) 281 

Hazel 2<<2 

James 282 



.Siiidi'i'. .Iiihii A. 
.I<dlll ilii^h 
.lobn Wilson 
Julius llriivvii 
Julius M. 
I .ouis 

Louise 

Louise ( I'ord ) 

Marshall 

.Mar,\ r.ernice 

.Mason 

Nat ban Miller 

Kobirl U 

Rosebud 

Rulh 

Sarah Jane (Wilson). 

Susan (Mergniiin) 

William Thomns 



106 2H2 

2X2 
2H1 
2H2 

i<»2io«5-2«:: 

2H2 

2H2 
I!m; 2H1 

2HI 
lot; 2H2 

2X2 
I!m; 2M2 

2")1 

2»<1 
lOf, 

2X2 
'"^^Z 282 



Wilson lfM;-282 

Wood row 282 

Yuba 19« 

Snow, .Man Civile 2fi.'» 

Bessie Mabel (Lord) 26') 

Harrv B 176-26.-. 

11. den Marie 26r> 

Snvder. .\lletta (Cpson) 288 

 Am.lia V 88 

.\ndrew Watson 206-288 

Anna Barbara (Haffer) 206 

Dean 311 

Elizabeth 288 

Gerald 311 

Glenn 311 

.lohn 206-273-311 

Lloyd 166 

Margaret 53 

Marv (Mathias) 311 

Ralph Wadsworth 288 

(Governor) Simon 23-820-820 

Sommonds, John 321 

Spalding. Florence 115 

Spangler, Caspar 101 

Catherine (Dau) 18.-. 

Eva 101 

Hattie 271 

1 Toward 271 

Katie May 185 

Solomon 185 

Spencer, Anna Valeria (Bull) 171 

Harrv Rutter , ^ 171 

Warren Otis 87-171 

S'pickerman. Frederic A 155 

Spotz. Adam 18.-> 

Gertie 272 

Grace 272 

Mary J. (Burns) 272 

Sciuier, Kthel Summerfield 252 

Stair, Alda 186 

Anna (Bull) 07 

Daniel 97-186 

Eli 97 

Enima 08 

Harriet (Yetter) 186 

Harrv 186 

Jacob 98 

John 45-97 

Lvdia 97 

Xora 186 

S.n-uel 98 

William 97-186 

Stalev, Annetta 71 

Eliza 71 

William 71 



xlil 



INDEX 



StanleA-, Angelina 35 

Elinor Elmira (Jolly) 264 

Frank C 173-264 

Kenneth Clare 264 

Stansbury, Cora 58 

Josephine 57 

Stark, Harry Boger 313 

(Major) Harry William 306-339 

Jane Moreland 313 

Mary Corrine (Boger) 313 

S'tarner, Aaron 110-208 

Anna 110 

Edward Louis 208-289 

Edna May 208 

Elizabeth (Greider) 208 

George 110 

Merl John 208-339 

Maude M 208 

Morris Eugene 289 

Rosa Catherine (O'Connell) 289 

Rosalie Ernestine ;:.. 289 

Starr, Floss E 191 

Statler, Annie Laurie 194 

Effie Jane 194 

John 192 

John Brown 102-194 

John Wilson 194 

Martha 102 

Sarah Ann (Anderson) 94 

Stearns, Blanche 110 

Mary (Monroe) 110 

Sheldon V 110 

Steele, Ann Hunter (Neide) 166 

Jacob 51 

Priscilla 51 

Rebecca Neide 166 

Sarah J 51 

Thomas O'upner 82-166 

Stephens. Abiah 68 

Emeline 68 

Jeannette 68 

John Henrj' 55 

Lydia Haynes (Ely) 55 

Mordecai 34 

Sarah Bull 68 

S'usan Eliza 55 

Stephensen, Timothy 337 

Sterling, Caroline L 91 

Frances S 187 

Stettinius, George W 57-129 

George William 129 

Mary Ann (Hornwitz) 57 

Sam Endredy 57 

Steuart, Alexander B 300 

Alexander Somerville 129-229-301 

Alice Nourse .......:.:.... 229 

Emily Josepha (Nourse) 229 

Emily Nourse 301 

Florence May (Heiberger) 300 

Linda Elizabeth 301 

Linda (Hogue) 301 

Marjory 301 

William 300 

William Mott 229-300 

Steyens, Anna M 41 

Augustus Rantz 313 

Howard Augustus 313 

James Silas 313 

Mabel Adelia (Howard) 313 

Margaret (James) 313 

(Goyernor) Samuel 39 

Stevenson, James 263-309 

Maude Hazel (Jackson) 309 

Rollin Eugene 309 

Stanley Hudson 309 



Stewart, Ann Jane (McLean) 161 

Catherine 162 

Thomas S 78-161 

Thomas Selbv 161 

(Colonel) Walter 317 

Stewartson, (Rev.) Laiigdon Chevis 86-88 

Stirling, Catherine ...;.; 62 

Stiteler, Ada 165 

Mary Elizabeth 164 

S'arah 80 

St. John, Gertrude 78 

Stockton, (General) James 65 

Stone, Alt 186 

Gertrude F. (Gerstoff) 145 

Harriet Newall 271 

John 271 

John Boyd 244-339 

Sarah Harriet (Smith) 244 

William Edward 145-244-.3.39 

Storrow. Cora (Allen) 199 

Elizabeth Randolph 199 

Samuel 199 

Strain, Suella Margaret 151 

Stribling, Benjamin Nourse 229 

Cornelius 128-229-300 

(Rear Admiral) Cornelius K 128 

Cornelius Kincheloe 229-300 

Emma Josepha (Nourse) 229 

Helen Josepha 229 

Helen Maxwell 300 

John Nourse 300 

Louisa Pryne 229 

Mary Bell 300 

Mary Bell (McDaniels) 300 

Strieby, Anna E 206 

Edward E 206 

G. Myrtle 206 

Margaret E 206 

Mary E. (Fordyce) 109 

Nellie (Van Tassel) 288 

Ralph - 288 

Ulvsses Grant .....206-288 

William J 109 

Strine, Myrtle 187 

Stringer, Annie M 228 

Strong, Julia 73 

Stuart, Adeline 1.37 

(Canon) 17 

Charles Albert 234-.304 

Christopher 17-28-29 

Elizabeth 29 

Elizabeth (Bull) 28 

Ellen 120 

George H 120 

(Dr.) Henrv 17 

Katherine Street (Baker) .''04 

Katheryne .304 

Martha 28 

Martha (Henderson) 2"^^ 

(Sir) William 17 

William Douglas 234 

Stukey, Constance Belle -92 

Hattie Rebecca (Kosier) 292 

Louisa 292 

William 212-292 

Sturges- (Rev.) 18-327 

Suthon, Archibald Magill 2-'7 

Elizabeth Meredith (Smith) 241 

Walter 2-il 

Walter Joseph 1-12-241 

Sutton, George Hiles 295 

Swan, Thomas 104 



INDI'.X 



xliii 



SwilMl /., 

Miii> 

Suaii/\vi'l<li'i 



Miil.rl I'Vnnor 7-' 



|(i() 



. AiIm .... 

A<1m Cl.nk.' 

Adiuii CliirUo 

Alice Cmi-v 

Autcu.slii .liunic'lin 



i:!M 

, tKi-i:«> 

i:{8 

;; i:!H 

Kliziiii.'iii \:':' 

Klizabclh Smilli ]•}''[ 

i'ti.ia ]:!; 

.ii>«»'i)i>i>  \^.:^^ 

.losi'phii Nourse ''.Ij 

.lost'pha Nourse (Smith) 1;;« 

Lcdiuird 1-0 

MiiriM Louisn ■■;■■ {;;^ 

Minv ^•''^' ::; 

Miirv Ami (Smith) J-;-' 

Maud,' '•>•' 

Swt'itzi'i-. Minnie l'*^*^ 

Switzler. Alice Udval -•"• 

Marv I). (Wilson) -i"; 

Holiinsiin Meredith "-ij"; 

'I'lioniiis Nelson .•.••■ -'■"' 

... 000. ■)(((; 
W aneii "' 

Sylvester, Minnie --^ 

Taggart, Cliarles "';; 

l,izzie 11-' 

TalniadKe. Martina G ['-J 

'I'homas Coyne iJ*' 

Tavlor, Ann Elizabeth (Richards) 251 

Blanche Richards 251 

(General) Dick 1<W 

Elizabeth (McManigle) l-'S 

Francis Gait 2.il 

Hazel (Staith) 307 

John 12s 

John Norvel 251 -.W 

John P 1-' 

John W 153L'.>1 

Julia Mav (Cummings) 3<>i 

Julia Van Ness 2._>1 

Margaret Anna -•>' 

Melville Smith .-><>( 

S. Augusta «^ 

Sarah .1 ll-^ 

Virginia Klizabeth 307 

AVarren Melville 251-307 

SO 



Teniplin, Hannah h. 



210 



Texido, Fred 

Laura -'** 

Maida -1" 

Thomas, Anne Ig*^ 

Bessie - 224 

David 20-21 

D. w 207-280 

Eleanor ^'^ 

Elsie h. (Bull) 2Sn 

Helen Mason fi6 

Jean 2S9 

Joyce 2S9 

Marv 13 

Myrtle lOg 

Rebecca Roberts wS 

Richard 13 

Richard ap 13 

Sarah Roberts) '. 40 

William Gordon 261 

Thompson, Archibald 10 

Archie Collard 287 

Beulah 201 

Elizabeth Hull 208 

Elmer A 287 

Emilv Alice (Hull) 208 

Glen' Kllis 2.S7 

Hannah Cornelia 298 



TlioMipHoii, Herbert 
l<la .1. ( llarriH) 

Lola Karl 

Martha 

.Natlianiat Roland 

I'earl 

Kebecca ;... 

Kolaiid 

X'irgil Ora .A.... 

William 

WilliMrri HarriH .. 

TImrslon, Charles Wynne 
Mary Unckiier 

Tidball. Leonard Clarke 
Mary ( Swa rlz welder ) 

William 

William Stuart 



•JH7 

•JM7 

10 4:! 

L'H7 
l'N7 

, 1-7 

::(i 
:;o 

LMO 

L'lO 

.V.',H-2W 

240 

85 
85 



Tillman, .lames W — 

Katherine WhittelHcy ; 

Marthii Ann (Conant) 

Timberlake, Frank 'i^^> 

Tod<l, Augustine Ja(|uelin .... -^J 

K<l\vard Robinson "Il 

Klizalx'th Magill (Smith) 2»' 

Frances Carroll -^^ -j} 

(ieorg<' ('arroll oti 

(R..V.) John ^jl 

Lillie Magill 5" 

Marv Meredith -41 

Pocahontas Boiling (Smith) ^41 

William J -*>•> 

Tolmaii, Cora ^ 

Towers, Mary Bell l->3 

Parry ^•^■' 

Trieby, Melvin 205 

190 



Trone, Minerva 



.. 190 
.. 190 
.. 199 



Tubbs, Lois 

Marv Catherine (Sears) 

Seth" B. R 

Tucker, Marie Louise 223 

Turnbull, Flora J. (Shaeffer) 180 

Harrv ■•"•' 

Harry E ^^^ 

•Tohn 1^ 

Richard |^ 



Wallace 



104 
303 
223 



'urner, .Vnna - 

.\nna Bird 

Anna Davison 

Anna Maria (Davison) --^ 

Anna Wallace ^^ 

Anna Wallace (Daniel) ■..■- 303 

Campbell <> **^ooo 

C,)rnelia IHte --^^ 

Pjivifl 1"4 

Kliynbeth 303 

Henry Augustus -^'oJiS 

Julia (Cook) 

T.,eila N'eale (Orison) 



303 
303 

Lillian l-JJJ 

Lily Virginia (Wilson) 100 

Lucv Coaresworth ;^*W 

Lucy Eltinge -:" 

Lucv Green (Long) :}•>- 

]\[arv Boiling 1^ 

Xellie - 1^ 

Philip Wiliianis -•^■1*^n 

Pocahontas (Meredith) 1^" 

(Colonel) Robert !•>- 

Robert Fauntleroy ;■- 14*J 

Robert Henry ioo-^i^J 

Smith Davison -^'olv; 

Thomas •"■ ^on 

Wilson Campbell lyy-dvJ.i 



xliv 



INDEX 



Twanley, Alta 182 

Anna Gertrude 182 

- Belle Ethel 182 

Blanche LaVerne 182 

Clarke E 94-182 

Clifford Hume 182 

Edith Ruth 182 

Eva Mildred « 182 

Florence 182 

Flovd John 182 

Grace Esther 182 

Grace Linn (Jordan) 182 

Harold Jordan 182 

John 94-182 

John Hume 182 

Mary Caroline (Jordan) 182 

Mary Irene 182 

Oliva LaVerne !. 182 

Tyler, William 108 

Tvson, C. Dorsey 141 

John S 79-164 

Mary Frescoln (Roberts) 164 

Upson, Alletta :.. 206 

Anna Lucy 207 

Edwin Harvey 109-206 

Edwin Sylvester ! 207 

Emma Elverda (Bull) 207 

L. H 50 

Laura Elverda 207 

Lucv (Eagles) 109-110 

Martha Algina 206 

Minerva May .' 207 

Sarah Elizabeth (Bull) 206 

William Henry 109-110 

William Wallace 110-207 

Vanderber, Marie 296 

Vanderford, Alfred 20o 

B. Simon 205 

Blanche 205 

Chester 205 

Clara Eleanor 288 

Claude Woody 28S 

Eliza (MeCutchen) 205 

Eliza Una 108 

Emeline (Bull) 108 

Hattie F. (Woody) 288 

Joel 50-108 

Joel P 205 

John Frank 205-288 

John Fremont 109 

Lelah ; 205 

Leonard 205 

Mary 108 

Mary E. (Cutshaw) 203 

Nancie Jane 109 

Otto Wiley 205 

Pearl 205 

Richard Clark 108-205 

Sallv Ann ; ::..: 108 

Walter Frank 288 

William Comer 108-205 

Van Ness, C'atalina 72 

Van Sickler, Elsie Holmes 30.T 

Harriet McGregor 300 

Ida Rachel (Muncaster) ?,03 

James Craven 232 

May Rittenhouse 303 

Philip 202-303 

Winifred Henderson (Simpson) 232 

Winifred Simpson 303 

Van Tassel, Nellie 206 

Varnev. Jesse 336 

Julia 336 

Margaret 336 

de Varre, Sarah 19 



Vaughn, Effie (Clouse) 284 

Gladys 284 

James 284 

W. H 119-284 

Veasey, Lydia G 78 

Veazie, Elliott Anthony 305 

Enoch Fenwick 305 

Frederick Edgar 305 

Genevieve (Ruth) -— .--- 305 

Genevieve Ruth 305 

Lewis Alfred 238-305 

Louis Archibald 305 

Mathilde Miller 305 

Richard Earle 305 

Vessey, Arthur Thomas 269-339 

Carrie Belle (Buckwalter) 269 

Barle Raymond : : 269 

Ethyl Marie •. 269 

Thomas Neil : 180-269 

Vidger, Cora Lewis 183 

May (Washburn) 183 

Samuel 183 

Waggle, Ruby Drussilla 269 

Wagner, Doris D : 312 

Elizabeth B 312 

Elizabeth Flora (Heiberger) 312 

George Baker 298-312 

Wagoner, Muncie 96 

Wainwright, Dallas ;. 169 

Rose (Kendig) 169 

Sally Franklin 169 

Walker, Cordelia 159- 

Elizabeth (Woodruff) 159 

Lewis 159 

(Rev. ) : 173 

Wallace, Andrew 63 

Elsie 242 

Emma 63 

Helen Muir 242 

John Daniel 242 

John McLemore 242 

Malcolm 242 

Margaret Victoria 242 

Rachel W 26 

Sarah A 42 

Sarah Jaquelin (Murdock) 242 

William 143-242 

Walter, (Rev.) Clinton B 192 

Walton, Adrian 266 

Bessie J 266 

Charles Lord 176-266 

Emily Geraldine 266 

Ethei R. (Lord) 266 

Harold J 266 

Kathrvn Irene 266 

Kenneth 266 

Mildred 266 

Milo : 266 

Percival C - : 266 

Stanley 266 

Washington, Ann Bull (Clemson) 168 

Anne Harewood , 168 

Elizabeth Fisher 168 

(General) George - 

11-17-20-29-56-83-316-318-323 

George Lafayette 83-168 

John Clemson 168 

Margaret ta 168 

Martha 168 

Waterman, Alice M. (Hench) 292 

John G 212-292 

Marion Alice 292 

Onez May - 292 



i\i)i:.\ 



MV 



Wiilkiiis. l.illinii Aiini'tii |i!l'J 

Mar jury Alin- -•'•_' 

Miirv {iiTlruclc ( I'.-illi'rsiiii i -'•••> 

Willi, r i:r.» -j'.ta 

Walln- Ki'iinrth •. '-"'•' 

AViilsnii, Arlini' -^'^ 

K.Uvin 204-J.SM 

(U.'jir Ailiniriin -lolin •*<•> 

Kilii Arlinc (Mnrlnii) -.^^ 

Siumiil liiii^'^'iilil ]•'•'; 

Siinili K j_'''; 

Williain 'I'liomiis -•'<^ 

AVayn... Anlh.uiy i:Mn-21I!t|^ ::::(; 

Kdward Krain-is ''••- •'••'•'' 

Klizabfth •"'•■'• 

.lacob ;;:;': 

Joseph ■'■''; 

.loniiic ClcvciiKt'r ( Scliiibcr ) I'.rj .■..'.r, 

.l()si'i)l\ Kdward IDli :i:jl; 

S'aiiuicl •'"'' 

Williain ■•■'■^'> 

Wi'listcr, .iciliii •■'■•"■" 

Wt'iKli-, William II !'!> 

Wellioii, Aliri' Kittoidiouse -!>'•> 

Arthur Garner 22.Si;'.)!t 

Harhara -■*'■'' 

Charles Pomoroy '-■'■* 

Harvey Thdinas !-"''•» 

Henrv Garner '-"•''■' 

Marie EIizal)eth (Beach) -2S 

Marv Eleanor -•'!• 

Sarah Harvey (Nourse) -t>!1 

Thomas liliS 

Wells, Ophelia T.'l 

Riehar.l I. ''■', 

West, Bertha (Oolyer) 2.S:'. 

Caroline lt*S 

Charles Shanman 240 :'.:!'. I 

Edward 1i>^ 

Hazel '. -^- 

James Camden l""'-' 

Jaquelin Clarke Wells 240-:!:!!l 

John (\imden I.-^O^-IO 

John Charles inS-2S:! 

T.eslie Thurston -40 

Marv Maude '-^<* 

Mary (Stark) !:!'•• 

Maude (Swartzwelder) -W 

Stark -I<» 

Theodore Stark 13^)••J^0 

A'irginia Cary -40 

Westerfelt, Amy Turflee l-'>4 

Wheeler, Elsie -"08 

Griswold 2o3-:;0S 

Ruth :?os 

Ruth Thurlow (Smedley) SOS 

Whipple. Cornelia (Foster) SS 

Marv Sn 

William Jay 80 

Whitall, Lydia (Newbold) 57 

Samuel ; ")" 

Sarah Matilda f»7 

Wniite. Bovd Trias 2o6-?!OS 

(Chief Justice) E. D l:!'.l 

(Dr.) Eben Wesley 21G-2!):! 

Ellen Pawlins (Corson) 203 

Elizabeth Dell 207 

George S 202 

(Professor) Harry C 80 

Helen Jenness (Ferree) 30-8 

Henrv Friedley Corson 293 

Henrv Watson 250 

John" J. Corson 203 

Margaret V 202 

Marv C'atherine (Miller) 2~A> 

MarV E 207 

Mildred Ferree 30.S 



Whili-, K'MwIaiic! Ilow.-ll 2.Vi 

(('ii)ilain) .Suiilliel '■'>'-■* 

SaiMii.-l .\ , 207 

W;,ll,-r 2<r_' 

(I'.ishop) WilliiiiM 22 2S 

Whiliiiir. A. May Il'i 

Whitiiii.r.'. .Mililiid (iiadys ... I IH 

WhilMrv, .\iiri.i .losephn ( Newriiiiili j . ;«02 

Carnliiu- .T<>2 

K.lward llaldwin 231-302 

( i'mfessor ) Ivlwiii l»\vii;lii 2.".l 

i:ii/,;ilieth lialchvm -■".02 

Klizal.clh W. (Baldwin) . 2:51 

llassli'r . :;;<»2 

Koi;cr Sherman ■''•"2 

Simon .Vewromli '■'•"'- 

Svlvia 302 

William DwJKht :',02-330 

Whiltle (Itishop) 140 

Wilback, Xanric ll.len 238 

Wilcox. Ilimy D.-irlinie:  1['|} 

.Martha N'auKhan .. !•'-_• 

Mary Smith (Darling) . l"i 

(Rev.) Samuel .73ir..j 

William Darling lo.") 

Wilkins, Josie 184 

Wilkinson, Ella 203 

Willard, Jerusha M 125 

Williams, A. J 102 

Alice Jane 225 

Beatrice 223 

Catalina (Van Ness) 72 

Charles Rittenhouse 225 

(Dr.) Cornelius 72 

Emma 102 

I'.imiia Amanda 103 

Ethel 140 

.lohn 0r,-1.84 

.loshua 12r>-225 

Julia Van Ness 72 

l.eKov 184 

Eoiiis Hudson 225 



Martha Louisa (Rittenhouse) 225 

Mat tie (Okeson) 184 

Rachel Louise 225 

Richard 243 

Sadie E 102 

Williamson, M. Grace (McClure) 300 

Helen McClure 309 

Joseph G 2(>4-300 

Marian Enid 309 

Willing. Annie Louise (Hoy) 217 

.\rthur Lee 217 

Eleanor 217 

Willis, Adolphus Arthur 112 

Alphonzo Theopolis 112 

Ambrose Madison 302 

Anna (Gertrude 291 

Arthur John : 290 

Bessie Maud (Blair) 209 

(larence Reed ; 209 

(leel 210 

CIcMuenee 290 

("lenience Alva 210 

Darlene Fern 210 

David Madison 302-313 

Delia Fern 209 

Dillavaii Fernandez 112-209-290 

Edna l.uellan 209 

Edward Jones 239 

EtTie May (Lehman) 290 

Elizabeth 51 

Elizabeth (Barriek) 209 

Elizabeth Jane 112 

Elizabeth (Moritz) 209 

Ella Maud (Bavlev) 302 

Emma Matilda (Page) 200 



xlvi 



INDEX 



Willis, Etta (Garret) 210 

Fay 210 

Forest Edward 209 

Grace 200 

Grace (Bull) 51 

Grace Elnora 113 

Grace Gwendoline 210 

Grant Dillavan 209-290 

Isaac 27 

Jacob Dillavan 112 

James Dillavan 51-111 

Jeremiah 2'09 

Katie (Maxwell) 210 

Klotho (McGee) 31:', 

Lester Texido ....- 291 

Lottie Pearl 209 

Mabel Viola 209 

Madison 313 

Maida (Texido) 291 

Mary A S4 

Marv (Hench) 209 

Mary (Hunter) Ill 

Marv Rebecca 113 

Mild 327 

Mildred M : 291 

Naldy Hampton 209 

Raymond Howard 209 

Rebecca (Drumgold) 113 

Richard Cummins 51 

Robert Garret 210-201 

Robert Milton 113-210 

Robert Nelson 51-112-113 

Ruth Bardella 209 

Samuel 27-51 

Samuel Cloid 112 

Samuel Edward 113 

Sarah Darlington 51 

Stanley Lehman 290 

Susannah (Kistler) 112 

Tortuga Aurora 112-209 

Verna Ernest 210 

- William Alvin 209-290 

William Bull 51 

William Frederick 291 

William Hunter 111-209 

William Melanthon 112-210 

Willits, Alfred 81 

Annie O Si 

Horace Augustus 84 

Wilson, Adda Martha 198 

Adelaide Bernice 196 

Adelaide Isadore 103 

Albert 202-285 

Alice (Crumbling) 192 

Almedia 48-103 

Alphonzo 48-103 

Amelia (Helmkamf) 288 

Ann Agnes 196 

Ann Eliza 198 

Ann Eliza (Juden) 103 

Annie 101 

Archibald Alexander lOH 

Belle 192 

Benjamin 2647-103 

Ben Joseph 202 

Bennie (Harrison) 200 

Bernice (Limbaugh) 196 

Beulah (Harris) 206 

Byrne Alfonzo 198 

Campbell 200 

Catherine E. (Knox) 106 

Charles Greene „ i03-197 

Charles P 197 

Clark 101 

Cora 285 

Cora C. (McNeely) ; 202 

(Judge) D. Greene 47-103 

Douglas Norman 225-298 

Dovey Ann (McLain) 105 

Edith 198 



Wilson, Edna Is'aomi 197 

Edward 104-200 

Edwin 103-200-284 

Edwin Blake 284 

Elisha Hull Gregory 197 

Elizabeth 101 

Elizabeth (Bull) 48 

Elizabeth Jane 48 

Elizabeth Sophia 105 

Ella 198 

Ellen 103-198 

Emily Kate (Newcomb) 302 

Emma 198 

Emma Amanda (Williams) 197 

Emma Anatole 197 

Emma Brucker 198 

Emma Jane 196 

Esther Ann (Bull) 101 

Ethel Louise (Lambie) r.. 298 

Francis Asbury .;. 302 

Fred 192 

Gertrude (Ammerman) 282 

Gilbert Lafayette 103-198 

Grace (Senne) 198 

Helen Frances : 298 

Helen Jean 206 

Henrietta 222 

Henrietta Waring (Rittenhouse) 222 

Henry 192 

Hertlia Siemens 302 

Hildegard 302 

Irene 204 

James Anderson 105 

Jane (Bull-Anderson) 47 

John 102-103 

John Draper 103-198 

Joseph Maple 103-198 

Julia 197 

Kirk 204 

Laura 105 

Lillian (Seibert) 204 

Lily Columbia 49 

Lily Virginia 104 

Lloyd Leo 283 

Madge 103 

Margaret A. (Anderson) 102 

Margaret Rebecca 48 

Margaret Stevens 222 

Marjorie Newcomb 302 

Mary 101-198 

Mary Alice (Hansel) 198 

Mary Ann 48 

Marv Duncan 222 

Mary Emilv 106 

Mary Gayle 206 

Mary Hassler 302 

Mary Jane 23 

Mary Margaret 196 

MarV S. (Yeagin) 103 

Martha Theresa 104 

Mathilda , 101 

Michael Alexander 48-105 

Mildred N 302 

Minerva (Russel) 105 

Nora 200-202 

Nora (Davenport) 202 

Otho 105-202 

Paul 285 

Paul Dan 202 

Rachel Surrilda 48 

Rebecca (Hatcher) 285 

Richard Anderson 48-106 

Robert Kent 204 

Robert Pinknev 106-294 

Robert Virgil 202 

Roxanna (Martin) 283 

Sarah Elizabeth 103 

Sarah Jane 102 

Senne 398 

Shaby Ann 104 

Simon Newcomb 302 



i\i)i;x 



dv 



XlVII 



\\'ilsnn, Surrilda 

 Suri'ilila .liitlO 

SiisiiM l''.li/.,iln'lll (CoIyCM-) .... 

SiiMiii MiiHTvn 

'riicii'sa Cm in line 

(Ciipliiiii ) 'I'lidiims .._ 

Thoimis AddisDii -l> !•'< 

TlKiiniis Kdwiird I'.IS LMlC, 

((iciiiTiil ) 'riiiiiniis \-'.\ 

Tliomiis Kllidtl ll"'' 

M ^ 

Marion lOH- 

K ichard ! 



|ih; 
Mil 

I'.IS 

III! 
•4S 

i-.';: 

inr, 



• > 



'riiiiiiias 

'riiiiiiKis 
'riioiiuis 

Victor 

Viifrinia 

"Virginia 



Ann 

. ._ (Seay) 

William 101-103 

(Colont'l) William 

William Hcny 47-10:! 

\Villi:im Francis 10(3 

Willi;! Ill l.owc 

William Thomas 102 

( rrcsidiMil ) Woodrow 

Wilt, .\nn (Hull) 

Clnrcnco U 99 

Cora (Tohuan) 

Henry S 4 

Hcvman 

Wiiilicld 

Winans, Anna Stansbury 

Jicnjaniin Franklin Watkins 220-." 

Kstlicr Dickson (Mrown) 

Esther Mabel 

Jacob Watkins 120 

Kalph Franklin 

Susan Stansbury (Nourse) 



Ijt II "i 
lo:; 
202 
202 
285 
102 
2S4 
192 

in 

IDS 

■2.s:i 

222 

Tnii 

2G 

99 
■190 
190 
5-99 

09 
190 

.•ioo 
;iMi 
:!()0 

."■(Ml 
-2li0 

:!(io 
220 



Winder (General) 
Windsor, Alice 



Winne, Emma Maria 

Winner, B. S 

Marv 

Sarah (Scott) ... 



SO 

2.",1 

"(•) 

71 



Winters, Edward .1 18" 



Wirt, Francis .Fordan 


181 


(Dr ) .Tohn .. . 


94 isi 


Sarah E. (Jordan) 

Wise, Annie Bowman 

Jane Vanshan (Bowman) .. 


181 

2.>4 

•^.-.4 


Joseph 


l.-|8 


Sarah (S'tockdale) 

Willi;im Frederick 

William llenrv 


1.".8 

Iti8-2."i4 

140 


Witherspoon, (Rev.) John 

^Vitnlan. Adam 


12:; 

28 


Elizabeth 


28 


Witzall, ]5ertha (.lohnson) 

Wolcott, Mary E. (Hull) 

Wood Vlan 37- 


!.-.() 

._^ 101 

78-l(51-16'^-"^."i7 


Alan D 


2.")7 


Alberta 


2."t7 


Aleen 


162-1 (i:! 


Anita 


2.'>7 


Anne Hunter (Dewees) 

Anne J. (Clingan) 

Annie Hunter 


78 

ICO 

KU 


Annie (Knox) 

Biddle 


; 2n7 

1(!-' 


Catherine (Stewart) 


:J.")8 


Charles Miller 


lt!() 


Clement Biddle 


ICC 


Constance .. . 


2.">S 


Dorothy 


I(i2 



Wood, Kleaiior |{oi;crs 

Kiiuene 

l''raiiccH A. (Carrier) 

( ieorite I'i 

(icoriif W 

(irnce 

(Jcrtriiilc Dcwecs 
(iilliei'la ( K line i 

llcl.'M 

Helen Itilldli' 

Howard 7.S-U!2 

1 1 11 11 1 er HI2 



• I 
2:11 
2.}7 

~H 
SSI 
K-.l 
2.'>7 
2."p7 
lt;2 



I). 
(Daily) 



7.sif;-j 

2r.7 

2ri7 

icik;:.' 

102 
2.-.7 



.llllne.s 

.lames 

.lames 

.lessie 

liaiira 

I. aura Gilpin 

I jiura ( (iilpin ) 

Lillian Wayland 

l.iiiilsav Craige 2r»7 

h.misa" ; 25« 

hvdia Collins 54 

Maria (FlaKf;) 102 

Marion Hiddb' 1f>2 

Mary Caiiby (Biddle) H'>2 

Marv M head (Craige) 257 

Mollie ( MclMierson) 250 

Nelli.. Foster 101 

Owen Hiddle 102 



Park 



:io7 



Kachel Hiddle 102 

Kiihard D 250 

1; ichard Gilpin 101-2-">C 

Roland 2."i7 

Rosalind lo9-l(;2-:i.-7 

Kosalind H. (Gilpin) Kll 

Ruth Gilpin 2."i7 

Sarah Ann lf><^ 

Thomas Dewees 78-161-l(32-2.".7 

\incent Porter 257 

Waters Dewees 78-ltil-257 

William 77-1(«» 

William B 102-258 



Miller 
rspoon 



Woods, .\le.xande 
.\niiie With 
( 'dluuibia 

FranUlin Rittenhouse 

Henrietta Rittenhouse 

.lames Sterrett 

Joseph Blair 

Ticuore Ross (Isenberg) 

ilanaiine (Witherspoon) 

;Maiy Davidson (Rittenhouse) 
Samuel Stanhope 



12:V221 

221 

201 

'"""'"". 221 
123-221-20(1 

200 

290 

123 

...""""" 221 



Woody. George Franklin 205 

Hattie Freeman 2(>5 

Marv Eleanor 205 



Woidcock, Cliristine (Robertson) 

:Mary Stella 

Thomas 



Woolf, Harry 

Lena Leota 

Mary KUen (Grain) 
Ruth Grain 



.11 



Wooltdrd. Anna E. (Strieby) 

Claude E 

Flovd O 

M i Id red -., 

Schuyler 20<v 

Woolten, Elizabeth T. (Anderson) 

(Judse) J. B 

Mary Columbia 

Thomas Benjamin 

WordcMi. Edna 

(Dr.) Frank 



.101 



221 
221 
221 

-215 
177 
215 
215 

289 
280 
281) 
2Sn 
■289 

103 
103 
10:; 
193 

140 
146 



xlviii 



INDEX 



Wright, Anna Jaquelin (Hite) 235 

Blanche 1 83 

Charles Elliott 304 

Dorothy May 277 

Edgar S<;4 

Emma P. (Bull) 191 

Ettie (Center) ;',04 

Fannie . 114 

George Butler 235-304 

Howard Bragg r>04 

Jasper 100-191 

John -134-183-235 

John A 277 

John Allen Collier 225 

Julia Emma 277 

Leonard 31)4 

Lillie 'May 191 

Lucy Esther 1:77 

Lulu Jeannette (Sample) 277 

Luther Jasper 277 

Maria Louise 235 

Margaret E 72 

Martha Rose 277 

Mary (Homer) 183 

Mattie Steele 304 

Maud 304 

Nora : 304 

Roy 191-277 

Sarah 58 

William 114 

William Preston 277 

Yeager, Arthur 208-290 

Chester Arthur 290 

Florence Cora 290 

Ida (Dewees) 166 

Josie Elizabeth (Moore) 290 

Thomas Homer 166-339 

Waters Dewees 166 

William 81-166 

William Leonard 166 



Yeagin, Nary S 47 

Yeakle, Eleanor Gertrude 216 

Yerkes, Mary H 78 

Yetter, Harriet 97 

Yost, Abraham 101 

Mary Emig 101 

Sarah Jane 101 

Young, Annie M 81 

Benjamin Flower 20-33 

Henry Mason 159 

Josephine Caroline Bull 33 

Mary 79 

Rebecca (Flower) 20 

Richard N'eel ; 159 

Rose 159 

Sarah 21 

Sarah H. (Bull-Haines) 33 

William 20 

Youngman, Nellie Elizabeth 115 

Zalosky, Edith C 116 

Zeigler, Emma Eliza (Miller) 191 

Bertha G. (Henze) 278 

Charles Lewis 191 

George Eveland 192 

Harry Creitzman ...101-191-278 

Helen Elizabeth 192 

Helen Romaine 278 

Henry Charles 278 

Margaret Elizabeth 278 

Paul Edwin .,... 191-339 

Ralph Miller 191-339 

Ruth Pauline 278 

William Francis 191 

Zillafro, Blanche Elizabeth (McQuistion) 306 

George A 247-306 

Jack A ; 300 

Marian 306 

Zook, Anna 153 



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