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The history and genealogy of the William Bull and Sarah Wells family of Orange County, New York

the first six generations in America and Canada

by Emma McWhorter

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  • 15 Currently reading

Published by T. E. Henderson in [s.l.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bull family

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesHistory and genealogy of the William Bull and Sarah Wells family ..., William Bull and Sarah Wells family.
    Statementby Emma McWhorter, Dolly Booth, Philip Seaman, and other Bull family members.
    ContributionsBooth, Dolly, 1887-1973, joint author., Seaman, Philip, joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS71.B935 1974
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1046 p., [10] leaves of plates :
    Number of Pages1046
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5440221M
    LC Control Number73089689

    The history and genealogy of the William Bull and Sarah Wells family of Orange County, New York: the first six generations in America and Canada / by Emma McWhorter, Dolly Booth, Philip Seaman, and other Bull family members. Well researched account documenting the life of Sarah Wells Bull. Particularly of interest for family members or those interested in early history of Orange County and New York State. Good accompaniment to Blue Book/5(14).

    Chenango County is a county located in the south-central section U.S. state of New York. As of the census, the population Its county seat is Norwich. The county's name originates from an Oneida word meaning "large bull-thistle." Adjacent counties. Census-designated places. 7 Notable people. Further ssional district: 22nd. William Henry Thomas 22 Feb South Russell, St Lawrence, New York - 31 Mar Ivan p Thomas Aug Rock Rapids, Lyon, Iowa - abt Charles Roswell Thomas Jun Rock Rapids, Lyon, Iowa - 05 Nov

    Father: Simon Rumsey, b. Bef , Southold, Suffolk County, New York, d. Between 11 Jan /52 and 09 Apr , Goshen, Orange County, New York (Age > 54 years): Mother. Genealogy of the Brown Family of Prince William County, Virginia: Being a History of William Brown and Seven Generations of His Descendants. Chicago: Press of G.E. Brown & Co., FHL Fiche ; digital book available at Ancestry ($). [Brown] Brown, James Edgar.


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The history and genealogy of the William Bull and Sarah Wells family of Orange County, New York by Emma McWhorter Download PDF EPUB FB2

The History And Genealogy of The William Bull and Sarah Wells Family of Orange County, New York Also known as The Bull Blue Book, now available for purchase below. This page book first published in and printed for the 4th time in is a collection of family history and lore as well as the genealogy of the first 6 generations of.

According to "Some Interesting Facts about William Bull and Sarah Wells" publication of the William Bull and Sarah Wells Stone House Association, Inc., he was a stonemason and progenitor of the Bull Family of Orange County, New York.

He was an immigrant to America in after learning the trade of stonemasonry in Dublin, en: William Bull, Ester Bull, Catherine Faulkner, Mary Booth, Thomas Bull. Died in leaving a will proved 19 June giving “my dear wife Sarah Bull my dwelling house and farm” Buried on Bull Burying Hill, now known as the Hamptonburgh Cemetery; Some of William Bull’s children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren carried on his stone masonry trade by erecting many fine stone buildings in Orange County.

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The history and genealogy of the William Bull and Sarah Wells family of Orange County, New York: the first six generations in America and CanadaAuthor: Dolly Booth and Philip Seaman Emma McWhorter.

Get this from a library. The history and genealogy of the William Bull and Sarah Wells family of Orange County, New York: the first six generations in America and. William Bull (ca. ) was born at Wolverhampton, England, and immigrated to America, ca.

He married Sarah Wells ( ) in at Goshen, New York. They had six children,all born at Hamptonburgh, New York. William and Sarah Bull are both buried at the Hamptonburgh Cemetery. Descendants lived in New York, Ohio, and elsewhere.

The history and genealogy of the William Bull and Sarah Wells family of Orange County, New York the first six generations in America and Canada by Emma McWhorter. 6 Want to read; Published by T. Henderson in. Written in English.

The History and Genealogy of the William Bull and Sarah Wells Family of Orange County, New York (This is page in the second {corrected} me know if you need a different page.) Fourth Generation in America —- Line of John DANIEL BULL, b.

30 Sep. ; m. MARY SMITH of Saltsprings, N.B. Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag. The history and genealogy of the William Bull and Sarah Wells family of Orange County, New York: the first six generations in America and Canada. Saved in: Bibliographic Details; Main Author: McWhorter, Emma.

Contributors. Open Library is an initiative of the Internet Archive, a (c)(3) non-profit, building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital projects include the Wayback Machine, and Information provided by both the Bull Genealogy Line of John on page 1 as well as "Some Interesting Facts about William Bull and Sarah Wells" provided by the William Bull and Sarah Wells Stone House Association, Inc.

(Note: "Some Interesting Facts about Wm. Bull and Sarah Wells" spells Elizabeth Denne's last name as Denn.). New York Abstracts of Wills, Admins. and Guardianships, includes Orange County (Source: New England Historic Genealogical Society) ($) New York Wills and Probate Records, includes Orange County (Source: Explore Ancestry for free) ($).

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Full text of "History of Orange County, New York". The history and genealogy of the William Bull and Sarah Wells family of Orange County, New York: the first six generations in America and Canada / by Emma McWhorter. Jesse Bull 27 Dec Bull's Mill, Orange, New York, United States - 05 Jan Phebe Ann (Bull) Wheeler abt - 21 Jan Harriett (Bull) Lovell abt Somerset, United Kingdom - abt 30 Oct managed by Neil Smith last edited 1 Jan Montgomery Genealogy (in Orange County, NY) USA (1,) > New York (55,) > Orange County (1,) > Montgomery (58).

Note: This page primarily lists records kept at the city level. Additional records are listed on the county and state pages.

The history and genealogy of the William Bull and Sarah Wells family of Orange County, New York: the first six generations in America and Canada by Emma McWhorter Publication Date: Addendum to the history and genealogy of the William Bull Author: Matthew Thorenz. MacDonald, a cancer survivor, is the founder and President of The Cancer Resource Center of the Hudson Valley Read on about February's Citizen of the Month.

County eligible to receive up to $, through the Complete Count Outreach Grant Read on about Census Count grant. Orange County New York Genealogy and History. County seat: Goshen Try our genealogy search engine. Search Free Orange County New York Genealogy and Family History Records Online including census, cemetery, vital, military and other genealogical and historical records that can be used for your family history research.

Orange County, New York genealogy and family history page is a place. Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. The history of Orange County, New York Item Preview remove-circle ~ Book jumps from page number 10 to 17 (no pages in between) ~ page and are missing.McWhorter, Emma; Booth, Dolly; Seaman, Philip, and other Bull Family members: The History and Genealogy of the William BULL and Sarah WELLS Family of Orange County, New York, The First Six Generations in America and Canada; T.

Emmett Henderson, Publisher, The Service Press, Middletown, NY, [ McW]. Thanks, as usual. Did you ever see a connection to Sarah Wells ()and William Bull () of Orange County, NY?

Interesting if both of my parents were descended from the same couple! We went to the Bull Family Reunion in Goshen NY in