DAR

Daughters of the American Revolution

Bullard Patriots

The majority of these are from the same ancestors, through different descendencies. Following is a list of the ancestors used as DAR Patriots. Below this list is more information on each application. Please note that these are all very early applications for DAR members. All are from Mass. except one patriot from North Carolina.

List of DAR Patriots graves below the applications-


Patriots

Aaron Bullard (1761-1846) served as private and corporal. -Mass.

Asa Bullard (1730-1803) responded to the Lexington Alarm as a private in Captain Staple's company, Col. Samuel Bullard's Massachusetts regiment. He was born and died in Holliston, Mass. Asa Bullard m. 2d 1764 Hannah Cooke; Paul Atkins (b. 1770) m. 1793 Mary Higgins (b. 1770).

Baruch Bullard served as private and corporal, 1778-81, under Captains Edward Seagrave, March Chase, Amos Ellis, and Colonels Wade, Nathan Sparhawk, and Dean, Massachusetts troops. He was born, 1758, in Uxbridge, Mass., where he died.

Benjamin Bullard (1730-78) served as a private in Capt. Aaron Guild's company, Col. Josiah Whitney's regiment, 1776, Massachusetts troops. He was born in Dedham; died in Sharon, Mass.

David Bullard (1761-1831) served as private and fifer in the Massachusetts troops under Colonels Fisher and McIntosh. He was born in Dedham, Mass.; died in Gaines, N. Y-David Bullard m. 1788 Elizabeth Hadley (1766-1850).

Ebenezer Bullard (1737-92) served as private in the Massachusetts troops under Capts. Brooks and Brewer, Colonels Dike and Perry. He was born in Holliston, Mass.

Eleazer Bullard (1737-1825) enlisted as private, 1777, in Massachusetts troops and marched to Fort Edward. He was born in Holliston; died in New Marlboro, Mass.

Elisha Bullard (1752-1834) enlisted, 1776, as sergeant in Capt. James Metcalf's company, Col. Reed's regiment. He was born in Medway; died in Franklin, Mass.

Ebenezer Bullard, (1737-92), served in Capt. Jesse Eames' company, Col. Samuel Bullard's Fifth Middlesex County Regiment, 1776.

Henry Bullard, Jr., (1749-1821), served as a minute man at the Lexington and Rhode Island Alarms. He was born in Medway, where he died.

Jonathan Bullard (1727-96) was a member of the 1st Provincial Congress, of Massachusetts. He was born in Watertown; died in Oakham.

Jonathan Bullard (1727-96) served, 1777, at the Bennington Alarm in Capt. John Crawford's company, Col. Jonas Converse's Massachusetts regiment. He was born in Watertown; died in Oakham.

Jonathan Bullard, Jr., (1734-1824), served as a private in Capt. Benjamin Nye's company of Massachusetts militia, 1777, which marched to reŽnforce the Northern army. He was born in Barre, Mass.; died in Hancock, N. H.

Malachi Bullard was on the Safety Committee of Medway.

Moses Bullard (1734-93) was lieutenant in Capt. Aaron Smith's company, Col. William Heath's regiment, which marched on the Alarm 1775; also captain 1778 in Colonel Jacob's regiment, Massachusetts militia. He was born and died in Needham, Mass.

Nathaniel Bullard (1759-1816) served as drummer in Capt. Aaron Smith's company, Col. William McIntosh's regiment 1776, at the taking of Dorchester Heights.

Samuel Bullard, 1775, was a member of the Council of War and served with distinction throughout the contest. He died in 1793, aged seventy-eight. Massachusetts

Samuel Bullard (1720-1807) was colonel 1776 of the 5th Middlesex County regiment and served in the Burgoyne campaign. He was born and died in Sherborn, Mass.

Samuel Bullard, Jr., commanded the Fifth Middlesex County Regiment in the Burgoyne campaign. He died in 1816 at Hollister, where he was born in 1740. Massachusetts

Seth Bullard (1736-1811) commanded a company at the Lexington Alarm. He was born and died in Walpole, Mass.

Silas Bullard (1752-1835) and Avis Keyes, his wife.

 


North Carolina

Thomas Bullard (1759-1837) was placed on the pension roll of Bladen County, N. C., 1833, for service as private, North Carolina Continental Line. He was born in Virginia; died in Bladen County.


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Mrs. Lydia
Bullard Clayes.
DAR ID Number: 10442
Born in Massachusetts.
Widow of Hollis Clayes.
Descendant of Corp. Aaron
Bullard, Col. Samuel Bullard, Col. Samuel Bullard, Jr., Ephraim Littlefield, William Grant and James Partridge, all of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Aaron
Bullard and Jerusha Littlefield, his wife.
Granddaughter of Samuel
Bullard, Jr., and Lydia Partridge, his wife; Ephraim Littlefield and Sarah Grant, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel
Bullard and Deborah Morse, his wife; William Grant and Elizabeth Marshall, his wife; James Partridge and Keziah Bullard, his wife.
Aaron
Bullard, 1777, served as corporal of Capt. Daniel Eames' company in the expedition to Rhode Island. He died at Framingham in 1846, aged eighty-five.
Samuel
Bullard, Jr., commanded the Fifth Middlesex County Regiment in the Burgoyne campaign. He died in 1816 at Hollister, where he was born in 1740.
Samuel
Bullard, 1775, was a member of the Council of War and served with distinction throughout the contest. He died in 1793, aged seventy-eight.
Ephraim Littlefield turned out at the Rhode Island Alarm.
William Grant guarded the Burgoyne prisoners.
James Partridge, who had fought in the early wars, also gave service during the Revolution. He died in 1799.


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Mrs. Anne M. Clayes Johnson.
DAR ID Number: 11458
Born in Massachusetts.
Widow of Joseph Johnson.
Descendant of John Clayes, Sergt. John Clayes, Jr., Col. Samuel
Bullard, Col. Samuel Bullard, Jr., Corp. Aaron Bullard, Malachi Bullard, Capt. John Look, Benjamin Weaver, Ephraim Littlefield, William Grant and James Partridge, all of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Hollis Clayes and Lydia Partridge
Bullard, his wife.
Granddaughter of Josiah Clayes and Eunice Look, his wife; Aaron
Bullard and Jerusha Littlefield, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of John Clayes, Jr., and Desire Perry, his wife; John Look and Elizabeth Weaver, his wife; Samuel
Bullard, Jr., and Lydia Partridge, his wife; Ephraim Littlefield and Sarah Grant, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Clayes and Elizabeth Morse, his wife; Benjamin Weaver and Ruth Sheffield, his wife; Samuel
Bullard and Deborah Morse, his wife; William Grant and Elizabeth Marshall, his wife; James Partridge and Keziah Bullard, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Malachi
Bullard and Bethiah Fisher, his wife.
[p.176] John Clayes (1707-94) served as selectman of Framingham.
John Clayes, Jr., (1735-77) was at Concord and Bunker Hill.
Samuel
Bullard (1715-93) served with distinction and was a member of the council of war during the contest.
Samuel
Bullard, Jr., (1740-1816) commanded a Middlesex regiment in the Burgoyne campaign.
Aaron
Bullard (1761-1846) served as private and corporal.
Malachi
Bullard was on the Safety Committee of Medway.
John Look (1735-78) was captain of a privateer.
Benjamin Weaver (1708-93) served in the militia.
Ephraim Littlefield (1747-1828) served in Rhode Island.
William Grant (1727-1802) guarded the prisoners captured from Burgoyne at Saratoga.
James Partridge (1715-99) served as a minute man.
Also Nos. 4696, 10442.


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Mrs. Nettie Fiske Howe.
DAR ID Number: 14911
Born in Massachusetts.
Wife of Willard Howe.
Descendant of Lieut. Asaph Bigelow, Samuel Gleason, Benjamin Herring, Corp. Moses Fiske and Ebenezer
Bullard, of Massachusetts; Oliver Johnson, of New Hampshire.
Daughter of Moses M. Fiske and Harriet Herring, his wife.
Granddaughter of Seth Herring (1780-1853) and Deborah Bigelow, his wife; Isaac Fiske (1782-1846) and Betsey Johnson (1784-1853), his wife (m. 1805).
Gr.-granddaughter of Asaph Bigelow and Martha Gleason, his wife; Oliver Johnson and Hannah George, his wife; Moses Fiske and Betsey
Bullard (1759-1847), his wife (m. 1780); Benjamin Herring and Meriam Dean, his wife (m. 1767).
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer
Bullard and Elizabeth Haven, his wife; Samuel Gleason and Dorothy Faux, his second wife; Isaac Fiske (1714-99) and Hannah Haven, his wife (m. 1736).
Asaph Bigelow, (1745-1824), served as lieutenant in Capt. Job Shattuck's company, Col. Jonathan Reed's regiment, 1770.
Benjamin Herring, (1738-95), enlisted from Dedham in Capt. William
Bullard's company, 1775, and 1776, served at Castle Island under Capt. Ebenezer Battle.
Moses Fiske, (1755-1828), served in Capt. Micajah Gleason's company from Framingham, 1775, and was corporal under Capt. David Brewer at the Rhode Island Alarm, 1780.
Ebenezer
Bullard, (1737-92), served in Capt. Jesse Eames' company, Col. Samuel Bullard's Fifth Middlesex County Regiment, 1776.
Oliver Johnson served in Capt. Jacob Hinds' company, Col. James Reed's regiment, at Bunker Hill. He was under Col. Benjamin Bellows in the northern campaign, 1777.
Samuel Gleason, (1715-96), turned out from Framingham at the Lexington Alarm.


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Miss Martha A.
Bullard.
DAR ID Number: 24202
Born in Framingham, Massachusetts.
Descendant of Col. Samuel
Bullard, Col. Samuel Bullard, Jr., Corp. Aaron Bullard, James Partridge, Malichi Bullard, Ephriam Littlefield and William Grant, all of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Dana
Bullard and Mary Ann Tarelton, his wife.
Granddaughter of Aaron
Bullard and Jerusha Littlefield, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel
Bullard, Jr., and Lydia Partridge, his wife; Ephraim Littlefield and Sarah Grant, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel
Bullard and Deborah Morse, his wife; James Partridge and Keziah Bullard, his wife; William Grant and Elizabeth Marshall, his wife.
[p.74] Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Malichi
Bullard (father of Keziah) and Bethiah Fisher, his wife.
Samuel
Bullard, (1715-93), was a member of the Council of War. He was born in Holliston, where he died.
Samuel
Bullard, Jr., (1740-1816), commanded a Middlesex regiment in the Burgoyne campaign.
Aaron
Bullard, (1761-1846), served as private and corporal.
James Partridge, (1715-99), served as a minute man.
Malachi
Bullard, (1710-1801), served on the Safety Committee, of Medway.
Ephraim Littlefield, (1747-1828), served in Rhode Island.
William Grant, (1727-1802), guarded the prisoners captured from Burgoyne.
Also Nos. 4696, 10442, 11458.


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[p.125] Mrs. Edith
Bullard Dudley.
DAR ID Number: 27335
Born in Perry, New York.
Wife of Homer E. Dudley.
Descendant of Jonathan
Bullard, Jr.
Daughter of Shepard Pratt
Bullard and Helen Burnett, his wife.
Granddaughter of Nathan
Bullard and Elizabeth Fay, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan
Bullard, Jr. and Polly Barbour, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan
Bullard (1706-84).
Jonathan
Bullard, Jr., (1734-1824), served as a private in Capt. Benjamin Nye's company of Massachusetts militia, 1777, which marched to reŽnforce the Northern army. He was born in Barre, Mass.; died in Hancock, N. H.

 


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Mrs. Lucy Stevens Davis.
DAR ID Number: 29021
Born in Methuen, Massachusetts.
Wife of Abbott Bricket Davis.
Descendant of Silas
Bullard, of New Hampshire.
Daughter of John Adams Stevens and Lucy
Bullard, his wife.
Granddaughter of Joseph
Bullard and Lucy Felt Cragin, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Silas
Bullard and Avis Keyes, his wife.
[p.9] Silas
Bullard, (1752-1835), served as a private in the New Hampshire militia. He was born in New Ipswich; died in Mason, N. H.


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Mrs. Elizabeth Jones Snell.
DAR ID Number: 29030
Born in Methuen, Massachusetts.
Wife of Cyrus Coral Snell.
Descendant of Silas
Bullard, of New Hampshire.
Daughter of Jewett Jones, Jr. and Elvira
Bullard, his wife.
Granddaughter of Joseph
Bullard and Lucy (Felt) Cragin, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Silas
Bullard (1752-1835) and Avis Keyes, his wife.
See
No. 29021.


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Mrs. Leila Emmeline Stubbs.
DAR ID Number: 32882
Born in Medway, Massachusetts.
Wife of Eugene M. Stubbs.
Descendant of Col. Samuel
Bullard, John Cutting, Lieut. Abel Perry, Corp. Abel Perry, Jr., and David Haven, all of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Ira Perry, M. D. and Joanna
Bullard, his wife.
Granddaughter of Abel Perry and Amitta Morse his wife; Jotham
Bullard and Anne Cutting, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel
Bullard, Jr., (1740-1816) and Lydia Partridge, his wife; John Cutting and Ann Gale, his wife; Abel Perry, Jr., and Asenath Haven, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel
Bullard and Deborah Morse, his wife; Abel Perry and Kesiah Morse, his wife; David Haven and Abigail Prentiss, his wife.
Samuel
Bullard, (1714-93), was a member of the Council of War. He was born in Holliston, Mass., where he died.
Also Nos. 4696, 10442, 11458, 24204.
John Cutting, (1750-1828), was a minute man at the Lexington Alarm from Sudbury. He was born in Sudbury; died in Wayland, Mass.
Abel Perry, (1736-1808), served as lieutenant at the Lexington Alarm. He was a member of the Provincial Congress and of the Committee of Correspondence. He was born in Natick, Mass., where he died.
Abel Perry, Jr., (1758-1841), served as corporal in the Rhode Island campaign, 1778.
David Haven, (1734-1805), served as a private at the Lexington Alarm. He was born in Hopkinton; died in Natick.
Also Nos. 3614, 14914, 18561, 27406, 29502.


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Miss Ethel Lee Van Deusen.
DAR ID Number: 33900
Born in Elmira, New York.
Descendant of Jonathan
Bullard.
Daughter of Benjamin Van Deusen and Ellen
Bullard, his wife.
Granddaughter of Gardiner
Bullard and Diana Kinsman, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of John
Bullard.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan
Bullard and Mary Barbour (1744-1824), his wife.
Jonathan
Bullard, (1734-1824), served as a private in Capt. Benjamin Nye's company, Massachusetts militia 1777, which marched to re-enforce the northern army. He was born in Barre, Mass., died in Hancock, N. H.


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Mrs. Catherine Whitney Little.
DAR ID Number: 34172
Born in Braintree, Massachusetts.
Wife of Theodore W. Little.
[p.61] Descendant of Capt. Seth
Bullard, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Hammond Moore Whitney and Catherine Reed, his wife.
Granddaughter of Edward Reed and Catherine Howard, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of William H. Howard and Maria Willett, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Willett and Jemima
Bullard, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Seth
Bullard and Joanna Lewis, his wife.
Seth
Bullard, (1736-1811), commanded a company at the Lexington Alarm. He was born and died in Walpole, Mass.

 


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Miss Frances Sargent Howard.
DAR ID Number: 34664
Born in San Francisco County, California.
Descendant of Henry
Bullard, Jr., of Massachusetts.
Daughter of William Henry Howard and Anna Dwight Whiting, his wife.
Granddaughter of Nathaniel Whiting and Rebecca
Bullard, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Titus
Bullard, (1783-1849) and Esther Whiting, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Henry
Bullard, Jr. and Rebecca Richardson, (1751-1838), his wife.
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Henry
Bullard and Jemima Pond, his wife; Moses Richardson and Abigail Allen, his wife.
Henry
Bullard, Jr., (1749-1821), served as a minute man at the Lexington and Rhode Island Alarms. He was born in Medway, where he died.

 


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Mrs. Katharine Chapin Higgins.
DAR ID Number: 42314
Born in Manchester, New Hampshire.
Wife of Milton Prince Higgins.
Descendant of Col. Samuel
Bullard, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Aldus M. Chapin and Catherine Fisher Sawin, his wife.
[p.119] Granddaughter of Bela Sawin and Becca Barber (b. 1789) his wife, m. 1810.
Gr.-granddaughter of Elisha Barber and Martha
Bullard (b. 1762), his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel
Bullard and Mary (Coolidge) Ware (1731-1813), his wife, m. 1754.
Samuel
Bullard, (1729-1807), was colonel 1776 of the 5th Middlesex County regiment and served in the Burgoyne Campaign. He resigned 1779. He was born and died in Sherborn, Mass.


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Mrs. Katharine Elizabeth Higgins Riley.
DAR ID Number: 44358
Born in Worcester, Mass.
[p.144] Wife of Robert Sanford Riley.
Descendant of Col. Samuel
Bullard of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Milton Prince Higgins and Katharine Elizabeth Chapin, his wife.
Granddaughter of Aldus M. Chapin and Catherine Fisher Sawin, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Bela Sawin and Becca Barber, his wife, m. 1810.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Elisha Barber and Martha
Bullard, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Samuel
Bullard and Mary Coolidge Ware, his 2nd wife.
Samuel
Bullard (1720-1807) was colonel 1776 of the 5th Middlesex County regiment and served in the Burgoyne campaign. He was born and died in Sherborn, Mass.

 


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Miss Ella May Holbrook.
DAR ID Number: 47729
Born in Sherborn, Mass.
Descendant of Col. Samuel
Bullard, Capt. Ebenezer Battle (Battelle), Eleazer Dowse, Jeremiah Leland, Corp. Jonathan Holbrook, Capt. James Mann, Lieut. Josiah Bigelow, Joshua Morse, and Ralph Day.
Daughter of Charles Albert Holbrook and Martha Ann Salisbury, his wife.
Granddaughter of Jonathan Holbrook and Catherine B. Mann, his wife; James Salisbury and Clarissa A. Morse, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Jonathan Holbrook and Betsey Leland, his wife; Ebenezer Mann and Polly Dowse, his wife; Leonard Morse and Clarissa Battle, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Jonathan Holbrook and Sarah Bedlow, his 2nd wife; John Mann and Hannah Bacon, his wife; Hezekiah Morse and Sarah Bigelow, his wife; Jonathan Battle and Mercy Day (b. 1766), his wife; Eleazer Dowse and Mary
Bullard, his wife; Jeremiah Leland and Mary Harding, his 1st wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of James Mann and Abigail Willard, his wife; Joshua Morse and Unity, his 2nd wife; Samuel
Bullard and Mary Coolidge Ware, his 2nd wife; Ebenezer Battle (Battelle) and Hannah Allen, his wife; Josiah Bigelow and Mary Harrington, his wife; Ralph Day and Mercy L. Winship, his wife.
Samuel
Bullard (1720-1807) was colonel 1776 of the 5th Middlesex County regiment and served in the Burgoyne campaign. He was born and died in Sherborn, Mass.
Also Nos. 42314, 44358, 47186.
[p.346] Ebenezer Battle (Battelle) (1727-1806) commanded a company of minute men at the Lexington Alarm. He was born and died in Dedham, Mass.
Also Nos. 17823, 23150.
Eleazer Dowse (1750-1826) served 1775 as matross in Capt. Joseph Chadwick's company, Col. Gridley's regiment. He turned out at the Rhode Island Alarm 1778 and was in service at the close of the war. He was born in Charlestown; died in Sherborn.
Also Nos. 8433, 47186.
Jeremiah Leland (1752-1808) served as matross in Capt. Thomas Melvill's company, Col. Thomas Craft's artillery regiment, 1776-77. He was born and died in Holliston, Mass.
Also
No. 47186.
Jonathan Holbrook (1743-76) enlisted as corporal in Capt. Benjamin
Bullard's company 1775 and served in the New York campaign, where he was mortally wounded. He was born and died in Sherborn, Mass.
Also Nos. 23918, 47186.
James Mann (1726-85) commanded a company of minute men from Natick 1775 and marched on the alarm of the battle of Bunker Hill. In 1778 went with his company to Rhode Island. He was born in Holliston; died in Natick, Mass.
Josiah Bigelow (1730-1810) served as lieutenant in Capt. Israel Whitmore's artillery company which marched to the Lexington Alarm. He was born and died in Waltham, Mass.

Joshua Morse (1728-87) was a private in Capt. Amos Perry's company, Col. Abner Perry's regiment 1780 which marched to the Rhode Island Alarm. He was born and died in Sherborn, Mass.

Ralph Day (1717-95) turned out at the Lexington Alarm in Capt. Ebenezer Battle's company. He was born and died in Dover, Mass.


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[p.103] Mrs. Annie Phebe Hutchinson.
DAR ID Number: 48216
Born in Lawrence, Kans.
Wife of Dr. Marcella Hutchinson.
Descendant of Capt. Moses
Bullard, Nathaniel Bullard and of Moses Abbott.
Daughter of Daniel W. Palmer and Phebe Newell Abbott, his 2nd wife.
Granddaughter of Jacob Abbott and Betsey
Bullard, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Moses Abbott and Elizabeth Holt, his wife; Nathaniel
Bullard and Sarah Saunders, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Moses
Bullard and Sarah Newell, his wife.
Moses
Bullard (1734-93) was lieutenant in Capt. Aaron Smith's company, Col. William Heath's regiment, which marched on the Alarm 1775; also captain 1778 in Colonel Jacob's regiment, Massachusetts militia. He was born and died in Needham, Mass.
Nathaniel
Bullard (1759-1816) served as drummer in Capt. Aaron Smith's company, Col. William McIntosh's regiment 1776, at the taking of Dorchester Heights.
Moses Abbott (1735-1826) served at the Lexington Alarm in Capt. Henry Abbott's company ; also as lieutenant in Capt. John Abbott's company, 4th Essex County regiment, 1776. He was born and died in Andover, Mass.


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Miss Minnie Amelia Perry.
DAR ID Number: 49503
Born in Canton, Mass.
Descendant of Lieut. Abel Perry, Corp. Abel Perry, Jr., Col. Samuel
Bullard, John Cutting, and David Haven, all of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Ira Perry, M.D., and Joanna
Bullard, his wife.
[p.220] Granddaughter of Abel Perry and Amitta Morse, his wife; Jotham
Bullard and Anne Cutting, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Abel Perry, Jr., and Asenath Haven, his wife; Samuel
Bullard, Jr. (1740-1816), and Lydia Partridge, his wife; John Cutting and Anne Gale, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Abel Perry and Kesiah Morse, his wife; Samuel
Bullard and Deborah Morse, his 1st wife; David Haven and Abigail Prentiss, his wife.
Abel Perry (1736-1808) served as lieutenant at the Lexington Alarm. He was a member of the Provincial Congress and of the committee of correspondence. He was born and died in Natick, Mass.
Also
No. 18561.
Abel Perry, Jr. (1758-1841), served as corporal in the Rhode Island campaign, 1778. He was born in Sherborn; died in Natick, Mass.
Also Nos. 29502, 40904.
Samuel
Bullard (1714-93) was a member of the counsel of war. He was born and died in Holliston, Mass.
Also
No. 32882.
John Cutting (1750-1828) was a minute man at the Lexington Alarm from Sudbury. He was born in Sudbury; died in Wayland, Mass.
Also
No. 33791.
David Haven (1734-1805) served as a private at the Lexington Alarm. He was born in Hopkinton ; died in Natick, Mass.
Also Nos. 3614, 14914, 18561, 27406, 29502, 32882.


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Miss Edna C. Whitcomb.
DAR ID Number: 49567
Born in Swanzey, N. H.
Descendant of Capt. Jonathan Whitcomb, Capt. Elisha Whitcomb, John Whitcomb, Sergt. Elisha
Bullard, and Aquila Ramsdell.
Daughter of George E. Whitcomb and Fostina Ramsdell, his wife.
Granddaughter of Roswell Whitcomb and Rhoda
Bullard, his wife; Aquila Ramsdell and Lovisa Whitcomb, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Jonathan Whitcomb, Jr. (b. 1766), and Miriam Willard, his wife (parents of Roswell); Fisher
Bullard and Rhoda Clark, his wife; Elisha Ramsdell (b. 1786) and Eunice Robley, his wife; Joseph Whitcomb and Sally Whitcomb, his wife (parents of Lovisa).
[p.249] Gr-gr-granddaughter of Jonathan Whitcomb and Dorothy Carter, his wife; Elisha
Bullard and Rachel Rockwood, his wife; Aquila Ramsdell and Esther Brown, his 1st wife; Elisha Whitcomb and Joanna Whitcomb, his wife (parents of Joseph); Silas Whitcomb and Rhoda Stanley, his wife (parents of Sally).
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of John Whitcomb and Sarah Whitcomb, his wife (parents of Silas).
Jonathan Whitcomb (1739-92) served as captain in Col. James Reed's 3rd New Hampshire regiment at Bunker Hill. His brothers Joseph Philemon and Abijah also served in the Revolution. He was born in Leominster, Mass.; died in Swansey, N. H.
Elisha Whitcomb (1742-1814) served, 1776, as lieutenant in Capt. Daniel Carlisle's company, Col. Timothy Bedel's regiment, and in 1777-78 as captain in same regiment. He was born in Bolton, Mass.; died in Swanzey, N. H.
John Whitcomb (1731-1835) enlisted, 1776, as private in Capt. Joseph Whitcomb's company, Col. Samuel Ashley's regiment of militia from Cheshire County, N. H. He was born in Bolton, Mass.; died in Swanzey, N. H.
Elisha
Bullard (1752-1834) enlisted, 1776, as sergeant in Capt. James Metcalf's company, Col. Reed's regiment. He was born in Medway; died in Franklin, Mass.
Aquila Ramsdell (1756-1844) enlisted, 1775, as private in Capt. Andrew Peter's company, Col. Joseph Read's regiment. He was born in Mendon, Mass.; died in Swanzey, N. H.


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Mrs. Martha Isabel
Bullard Richmond.
DAR ID Number: 55610
Born in Pearson, Ga.
Wife of Henry Lee Richmond.
Descendant of Thomas
Bullard, Thomas Frazier, and Daniel Fowler.
[p.277] Daughter of Bernice Frost
Bullard and Amorette Kennedy, his wife.
Granddaughter of Henry
Bullard and Anna Eliza Fowler, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Barton
Bullard and Nancy Frazier, his wife; William Fowler, Jr., and Rachel Parker, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Thomas
Bullard and Jemima Hall, his wife; Thomas Frazier and Elizabeth Fowler, his wife; William Fowler and Elizabeth Smith, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of John Fowler and Hannah Sutton, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Daniel Fowler and Mary Jane Rollins, his wife.
Thomas
Bullard (1759-1837) was placed on the pension roll of Bladen County, N. C., 1833, for service as private, North Carolina Continental Line. He was born in Virginia; died in Bladen County.
Thomas Frazier (1760-1844) enlisted at the age of sixteen in Capt. Michael Quinn's company, 10th North Carolina regiment, and subsequently served under Colonel Caswell, taking part in the battle of Camden. His claim for a pension was granted in 1819, and after his death the pension was transferred to his widow.
Daniel Fowler enlisted, 1776, as a private in the 1st North Carolina regiment, commanded by Col. Thomas Clark. He was born 1714; died after 1793, as there are deeds on record at Clinton, Sampson County, N. C., bearing this date, establishing a transfer of land.

 


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Mrs. Ella
Bullard Salter.
DAR ID Number: 58243
Born in Richmond County, Ga.
Wife of Thomas Salter.
Descendant of Edmund Murphey, Alexander Carswell, and Ensign John Carswell.
Daughter of Needham
Bullard (1817-76) and Elizabeth Anne Murphey (1826-51), his 2nd wife.
Granddaughter of Rev. Nicholas Murphey and Nancy Carswell (1793-1869), his 2nd wife.
See
No. 58242.
[p.88] Gr-granddaughter of John Carswell and Sarah Wright (d. 1808), his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Alexander Carswell and Isabella Browne, his wife.
Alexander Carswell (1727-1803) served as a soldier and received a grant of land in Georgia.
John Carswell (1760-1817) served with his father in the Revolution and was ensign in the 4th Georgia battalion.

 


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Miss Alice
Bullard Ide.
DAR ID Number: 58673
Born in Boston, Mass.
Descendant of Capt. Seth
Bullard and of Abner Daggett.
Daughter of Lemuel N. Ide and Ann Daggett
Bullard, his wife.
Granddaughter of Francis
Bullard and Harriet Daggett Monson, his wife.
[p.232] Gr-granddaughter of Jabez
Bullard and Mary Hartshorn, his wife; George Monson and Mary Daggett, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Seth
Bullard and Joanna Lewis, his wife; Abner Daggett and Mary Holmes, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Solomon
Bullard and Jemima (Bullard), his wife (cousins).
Seth
Bullard (1736-1811) commanded a company at the Lexington Alarm. He was born and died in Walpole, Mass.
Also
No. 34172.
Abner Daggett (1755-1832) responded to the Lexington Alarm as a private in Capt. Jabez Ellis' company and later served in Capt. Caleb Richardson's company, Col. Timothy Walker's regiment. He was born in Attleboro, Mass.; died in Providence, R. I.


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Miss Elizabeth Belcher
Bullard.
DAR ID Number: 61735
Born in Brooklyn, N. Y.
Descendant of Asa
Bullard, Samuel Hartwell, Sergt. Jesse White, Major Joseph Strang, Capt. William Belcher, Dr. Elisha Belcher, John Foshay, Dr. Ebenezer White, and Horton Reynolds.
Daughter of William Sumner
Bullard and Ella Belcher, his wife.
Granddaughter of Oliver Crosby
Bullard and Sarah Jane Hartwell, his wife; Samuel Elisha Belcher and Elizabeth Purdy Foshay, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Artemas
Bullard and Lucy Maria White, his 2nd wife; Seth Hartwell (b. 1897) and Isabella Henderson, his wife; William Nathan Belcher and Emaline Strang, his wife; Jacob Foshay and Esther Williams, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Asa
Bullard and Hannah Cook, his 2nd wife; Jesse White and Anna Mason, his wife; Samuel Hartwell and Susannah Burr, his wife; Samuel Strang and Catherine White, his wife; John Foshay and Anna Van Wait, his wife; Elisha Belcher and Lydia Reynolds, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Joseph Strang and Anna Haight, his 2nd wife; Ebenezer White and Helena Barton, his wife; Horton Reynolds and Lydia Knapp, his wife; William Belcher and Desire Morgan, his wife.
Asa
Bullard (1730-1803) responded to the Lexington Alarm as a private in Captain Staple's company, Col. Samuel Bullard's Massachusetts regiment. He was born and died in Holliston, Mass.
Samuel Hartwell (1755-1826) served as a private, 1775, from Worcester County and was at the battle of Concord. He was born and died in Bridgewater, Mass.
Jesse White (1754-1826) responded to the Lexington Alarm as sergeant in Capt. Josiah Wood's company from Northbridge, Col. Nathan Tyler's regiment. He was born in Uxbridge; died in Northbridge.
William Belcher (1731-1801) commanded a company in the New York campaign, was at Germantown, and wintered at Valley Forge. He was born and died in Preston.
[p.255] Elisha Belcher (1757-1825) enlisted as surgeon's mate, was promoted surgeon, and served in many battles. He was born in Preston; died in Round Hill, Conn.
Also
No. 21879.
Joseph Strang (1725-94) commissioned major, 1775, of the 3rd regiment, Westchester County, New York militia. He was born in Westchester County, N. Y.
John Foshay (1744-1809) served as a private in Col. James Hammond's Westchester County regiment. He was born and died in Tarrytown, N. Y.
Ebenezer White (1746-1827) served as surgeon, 3rd regiment, Westchester County militia, and was captured and imprisoned at Wallabout Bay. He was born in Southington, L. I.; died in Yorktown, N. Y.
Horton Reynolds (1732-91) served as private, 1777, in Captain Hobby's company, Colonel Wooster's Connecticut regiment, at the battle of White Plains. He died in Greenwich, Conn

 


 

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Mrs. Gertrude
Bullard Coonley.
DAR ID Number: 65512
Born in Orange County, Vt.
Wife of Henry E. Coonley.
Descendant of Samuel Adams, Sergt. Jonathan Read, Benjamin
Bullard, and Lot Whitcomb.
Daughter of John
Bullard (b. 1826) and Addie Cornelia Adams (1833-1903), his wife, m. 1859.
[p.176] Granddaughter of Rev. Mark
Bullard (1794-1880) and Abigail Whitcomb (1800-82), his wife, m. 1819; Luther Adams (b. 1791) and Lydia Read, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Oliver
Bullard (1763-1839) and Abigail Gay (1762-1836), his wife, m. 1786; Samuel Adams and Betsey Litchfield, his wife, m. 1777; Jonathan Read and Polly Humphrey, his wife; Branch Whitcomb (1768-1834) and Elizabeth Rogers (1768-1808), his 1st wife, m. 1792.

Gr-gr-granddaughter of Benjamin Bullard and Judith Lewis (1738-1807), his wife, m. 1756; Lot Whitcomb and Lydia Nye (d. 1831), his wife, m. 1762.
Samuel Adams (1753-1827) served as a private in the 4th troop, 2nd regiment, of Light Dragoons, commanded by Col. Elisha Sheldon, Continental Army. In 1818 he was placed on the Vermont pension roll. He was born in Canterbury, Conn.; died in Williamstown, Vt.
Also
No. 50941.
Jonathan Read (1752-1834) was placed on the pension roll, 1818, from Orange County, Vt., as sergeant in Capt. Moses Ashley's company, Col. John Patterson's regiment, and was in the battles of Princeton and Trenton. He was born in Rehoboth, Mass.; died in Brookfield, Vt

Also No. 49803.

Benjamin Bullard (1730-78) served as a private in Capt. Aaron Guild's company, Col. Josiah Whitney's regiment, 1776, Massachusetts troops. He was born in Dedham; died in Sharon, Mass.
Lot Whitcomb (1739-97) enlisted in Capt. Benjamin Wait's company of Rangers under Major Joab Hoisington, 1776, and was a member of the Committee of Safety, 1778. He was born in Rochester, Mass.; died in Stockbridge, Vt.


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Mrs. Juanita
Bullard Oglesby.
DAR ID Number: 65788
Born in Cochran, Ga.
Wife of James W. Oglesby.
Descendant of John Taylor, William Stewart, and Thomas Pace.
Daughter of Kennedy Cornelius
Bullard (b. 1851) and Joana Hudson (1858-90), his wife, m. 1877.
Granddaughter of Kennedy
Bullard (1819-52) and Susan Pace (1824-1911), his wife, m. 1842; John Newton Hudson (1832-86) and Amanda Melvina Stewart (b. 1832), his wife, m. 1857.

 


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Mrs. Marietta Brewer Street.
DAR ID Number: 68550
Born in Berkshire County, Mass.
Wife of Oscar Dickinson Street.
Descendant of Isaac Brewer, Darius Stebbins, Eleazer
Bullard, and Lieut. Michael Holcomb.
Daughter of Squire Brewer (1811-49) and Emeline
Bullard (1815-76), his wife, m. 1831.
Granddaughter of Harvey Brewer (d. 1866) and Polly Stebbins (d. 1833), his wife; Eleazer
Bullard (1787-1856) and Hannah Watson (1779-1830), his 1st wife, m. 1812.
Gr-granddaughter of Isaac Brewer and Esther Tyrell (1762-1848), his wife; Darius Stebbins and Louise Merick (1763-1854), his wife, m. 1782; Joel
Bullard (1760-99) and Mary Holcomb (1757-1851), his wife, m. 1784.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Eleazer
Bullard and Hannah Rawson (1741-1825), his wife, m. 1759; Michael Holcomb and Mary Hillyer (1740-98), his wife.
Isaac Brewer (1763-1847) served as private in Capt. Enoch Noble's company, Col. Ezra Wood's regiment, Massachusetts militia. He was born in Tyringham; died in Berkshire County, Mass.
Darius Stebbins (1739-1819) served as private, 1779-80, under, Lieutenant Bates, Colonel Bradford's regiment of Massachusetts troops. His widow received a pension, 1838. He was born in New Marlboro; died in Tyringham, Mass.
[p.200] Eleazer
Bullard (1737-1825) enlisted as private, 1777, in Massachusetts troops and marched to Fort Edward. He was born in Holliston; died in New Marlboro, Mass.
Michael Holcomb (1733-1817) served as lieutenant in Capt. John Spoor's 2nd company, Col. John Ashley's regiment of Massachusetts Militia. He was born in Granby, Conn.; died in New Marlboro, Mass.


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Miss Mary Elizabeth
Bullard.
DAR ID Number: 69999
Born in Independence, Mo.
Descendant of Col. Samuel
Bullard, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Daniel
Bullard (b. 1855) and Martha J. McCoy (b. 1856), his wife, m. 1882.
Granddaughter of Daniel Coolidge
Bullard (1814-99) and Elizabeth Keyser (1824-58), his wife, m. 1844.
Gr-granddaughter of Andrew
Bullard (b. 1787) and Beulah Coolidge (b. 1787), his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of James
Bullard (1762-1828) and Mary Harding, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Samuel
Bullard and Mary Coolidge Ware (1731-1813), his wife, m. 1754.
Samuel
Bullard (1729-1807) was colonel, 1776, of the 5th Middlesex County regiment and served in the Burgoyne campaign. He was born and died in Holliston, Mass.

 


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[p.93] Miss Grace E. Lovell.
DAR ID Number: 70256
Born in Milwaukee, Wis.
Descendant of Micajah Ayers, Lieut. James Whipple, Ichabod Packard, Jonathan
Bullard, Capt. John Crawford, and Alexander Crawford.
Daughter of Edwin O. Lovell (b. 1842) and Ellen T. Ayres (b. 1844), his wife, m. 1864.
Granddaughter of John Whipple Ayres (1822-1905) and Julia Ann Packard (1822-1904), his wife, m. 1843.
Gr-granddaughter of John Ayres (1796-1873) and Deidamia Whipple (1796-1875), his wife, m. 1818; Jonathan Packard (1792-1855), and Susan Willis Crawford (1793-1871), his wife, m. 1811.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Moses Ayres (1766-1844) and Sarah Edmands (1763-1850), his wife, m. 1793; Oliver Whipple (1769-1863) and Elizabeth Hassam (1769-1806), his wife, m. 1792; Caleb Packard (1771-1851) and Hepzabeth
Bullard (1776-1851), his wife, m. 1791; Alexander Crawford and Bethia Willis (1768-1811), his wife, m. 1788.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Micajah Ayres and Sarah Barnes (1734-89), his wife, m. 1764; James Whipple and Elizabeth Hall (1740-1853), his wife, m. 1763; Ichabod Packard and Ruth Allen (1738-1824), his wife, m. 1757; Jonathan
Bullard and Lydia Foster (1735-1819), his 2nd wife, m. 1755; John Crawford and Rachel Henderson, his wife.
Jonathan
Bullard (1727-96) served, 1777, at the Bennington Alarm in Capt. John Crawford's company, Col. Jonas Converse's Massachusetts regiment. He was born in Watertown; died in Oakham.

 


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Mrs. Jessie Allen Thompson.
DAR ID Number: 73351
Born in Amberst, Mass.
Wife of Frank M. Thompson.
Descendant of Jonathan
Bullard, of Massachusetts.
[p.133] Daughter of Lysander Hubbard Allen and Mary Maria
Bullard, his wife.
Granddaughter of Aden
Bullard and Mary Blake, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Alpheus
Bullard and Patty Green, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Silas
Bullard and Polly Furnis, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Jonathan
Bullard and Anna Harrington, his wife.
Jonathan
Bullard (1727-96) was a member of the 1st Provincial Congress, of Massachusetts. He was born in Watertown; died in Oakham.

 


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Mrs. Abby Barber Morse.
DAR ID Number: 74062
Born in Sherborn, Mass.
Wife of Rev. Grosvenor Clarke Morse.
Descendant of Lieut. Abel Perry and of Col. Samuel
Bullard.
Daughter of Horace Barber (1804-85) and Emerline Parry (1809-52), his wife, m. 1832.
Granddaughter of Oliver Barber (b. 1763) and Nancy
Bullard (b. 1768), his wife; Abel Perry (b. 1785) and Submit Morse (b. 1786), his wife, m. 1806.
Gr-granddaughter of Abel Perry (1757-1844) and Aseneth Haven (1762-1842), his wife, m. 1782; Samuel
Bullard and Mary (Coolidge) Ware (1731-1813), his 2nd wife, m. 1754.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Abel Perry and Keziah Morse (1736-94), his wife, m. 1757.
Abel Perry (1736-1808) responded to the Lexington Alarm as lieutenant. He was a member of the Provincial Congress and of the Committee of Correspondence. He was born and died in Natick, Mass.
Samuel
Bullard (1729-1807) was colonel, 1776, of the 5th Middlesex County regiment and served in the Burgoyne campaign. He was born and died in Holliston, Mass.
Also Nos. 47187, 69999.

 


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[p.256] Mrs. Clara E. Barber Jacobs.
DAR ID Number: 74693
Born in Worcester, Mass.
Wife of Frederick A. Jacobs.
Descendant of Col. Samuel
Bullard.
Daughter of Walter Barber and Mary E. H. Barber, his wife.
Granddaughter of Eliot Barber and Eliza Stevens, his wife (parents of Walter).
Gr-granddaughter of Oliver Barber (b. 1763) and Nancy
Bullard (b. 1768), his wife.
See
No. 74062.

 


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Mrs. Louise I.
Bullard Luther.
DAR ID Number: 74813
Born in Sutton, Mass.
Wife of Charles R. Luther.
Descendant of Brigadier-General Ebenezer Learned.
Daughter of Henry B.
Bullard (b. 1839) and Huldah A. Wilcox (1841-1906), his wife, m. 1861.
Granddaughter of Joseph
Bullard (1806-72) and Olivia P. Hill (b. 1812), his wife, m. 1834.
Gr-granddaughter of James Hill, Jr., and Betsey Kingsbury (1788-1867), his wife, m. 1810.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of James Hill (b. 1744) and Dorothy Learned (b. 1751), his wife, m. 1769.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Ebenezer Learned and Jerusha Baker (1732-99), his wife, m. 1749.
Ebenezer Learned (1728-1801) served as colonel at the battle of Bunker Hill and the siege of Boston, where he was injured. He [p.299] commanded a brigade in the Burgoyne campaign and was at the surrender. He was forced to resign, as a result of his having wintered at Valley Forge, and was placed on the invalid pension roll, 1793, as a colonel. He was born and died in Oxford, Mass.


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Mrs. Julia Withington Robie.
DAR ID Number: 80958
Born in Springwater, N. Y.
Wife of William Farnsworth Robie.
Descendant of Jonathan
Bullard.
Daughter of Albert Withington (1825-1907) and Mary
Bullard (1837-1906), his wife, m. 1858.
Granddaughter of Nathan
Bullard, Jr. (d. 1889), and Lucy Lawrence, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Nathan
Bullard (b. 1779) and Elisabeth Fay, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Jonathan
Bullard and Polly Barbour, his wife.
Jonathan
Bullard (1734-1824) served as private in Capt. Benjamin Nye's company, Massachusetts militia, 1777, which marched to reinforce the northern army. He was born in Barre, Mass.; died in Hancock, N. H.

 


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Miss Alice Margery
Bullard.
DAR ID Number: 82800
Born in Belleville, N. J.
Descendant of Corp. Baruch
Bullard and of Lieut. Elisha Brewster.
Daughter of Edward Payson
Bullard (1841-1906) and Alice Martin Camp (b. 1844), his wife, m. 1865.
Granddaughter of Luther
Bullard (1788-1848) and Hannah Dudley (1794-1845), his wife, m. 1817; Joseph William Camp (1809-94) and Lucy Augusta Brewster (1820-1903), his wife, m. 1839.
Gr-granddaughter of Baruch
Bullard and Juletta Messenger (b. 1762), his wife, m. 1785; Elisha Curtiss Brewster (1791-1881) and Elizabeth Root (1795-1887), his wife, m. 1817.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Elisha Brewster and Margaret Curtiss (b. 1752), his wife, m. 1777.
Baruch
Bullard served as private and corporal, 1778-81, under Captains Edward Seagrave, March Chase, Amos Ellis, and Colonels Wade, Nathan Sparhawk, and Dean, Massachusetts troops. He was born, 1758, in Uxbridge, Mass., where he died.
Elisha Brewster (1751-98) served as 2nd lieutenant of foot under command of Jedediah Huntington. He was born in Middletown Conn.

 


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Mrs. Mildred Bent Farwell.
DAR ID Number: 83191
Born in Wayland, Mass.
Wife of Edwin Farwell.
Descendant of Col. Samuel
Bullard, as follows:
1. William Harrison Bent (1840-96), m. 1861, Teresa Helena Loker (b. 1841),
2. James Agustus Loker (1817-1906), m. 1839, Polly Maria
Bullard (1822-93).
3. Otis
Bullard (1797-1858), m. 1821, Polly Pierce (1800-73).
4. Benjamin
Bullard (b. 1773), m. 1796, Persis Babcock (1776-1809).
5. Samuel
Bullard, m., 2nd, 1754, Mary Coolidge Ware (1731-1813).
Samuel
Bullard (1729-1807) was colonel, 1776, of the 5th Middlesex County regiment and served in the Burgoyne campaign. He was born and died in Holliston, Mass.

 


 

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[p.251] Miss Augusta Barber.
DAR ID Number: 94834
Born in Sherborn, Mass.
Descendant of Col. Samuel
Bullard, as follows:
1. Leander Barber (1818-90) m. 1841 Anna Eames (1821-91).
2. Walter Barber (1794-1870) m. 1817 Sally Ann Clark (1795-1872).
3. Oliver Barber (1763-1814) m. 1790 Nancy
Bullard (1768-1823).
4. Samuel
Bullard m. 2nd 1754 Mary (Coolidge) Ware (1731-1813).
Samuel
Bullard (1729-1807) was colonel, 1776, of the 5th Middlesex County, Massachusetts regiment, and served in the Burgoyne campaign. He was born and died in Sherborn, Mass

 


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Mrs. Mary A
Bullard Flint.
DAR ID Number: 107046
Born in Boston, Mass.
Wife of Elliot Flint.
Descendant of Maj. Seth
Bullard, as follows:
1. Francis L.
Bullard (b. 1836) m. 1863 Ellen M. Bullard (b. 1839).
2. Francis
Bullard (1805-87) m. 1831 Harriett Daggett Monson (1808-87).
3. Jabez
Bullard (1773-1852) m. 1799 Mary Hartshorn (1779-1807).
4. Seth
Bullard m. 1761 Joanna Lewis (1740-1816).
Seth
Bullard (1736-1811) commanded a company at the Lexington Alarm and subsequently served as major. He was born and died in Walpool, Mass.

 


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Mrs. Mae Thayer Burke.
DAR ID Number: 149720
Born in Dannebrog, Neb.
Wife of Dr. Edw. L. Burke.
Descendant of Stephen Thayer and of Corp. Samuel
Bullard, Jr., as follows:
1. Aaron E. Thayer (1844-1910) m. 1877 Annie Frost (b. 1850).
2. Ferdinando Davis Thayer (1815-1900) m. 1838 Catherine Grant (1822-50).
3. Aaron Thayer (1780-1856) m. 1802 Peggy (Margaret)
Bullard (1778-1852).
4. Stephen Thayer m. 1762 Rachel Davis; Samuel
Bullard, Jr., m. 1769 Lydia Partridge (1743-1838).
Stephen Thayer (1732-81) served as private in Capt. Gershom Nelson's company, Massachusetts troops. He was born in Mendon, Mass.; died in service.
Samuel
Bullard, Jr. (1740-1816), served as private and corporal in the Massachusetts troops under Captains Miller and Eames, Colonels Doolittle and Hawes. He was born and died in Holliston, Mass.

 


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Mrs. Bertha Thayer Updegraff.
DAR ID Number: 149721
Born in Dannebrog, Neb.
Wife of Clermont B. Updegraff.
Descendant of Stephen Thayer, Samuel
Bullard, and Corp. Samuel Bullard, Jr., as follows:
1. Aaron E. Thayer (1844-1910) m. 1877 Annie Frost (b. 1850).
2. Ferdinando Davis Thayer (1815-1900) m. 1838 Catherine Grant (1822-50).
3. Aaron Thayer (1780-1856) m. 1802 Peggy (Margaret)
Bullard (1778-1852).
4. Stephen Thayer m. 1762 Rachel Davis; Samuel
Bullard, Jr., m. 1769 Lydia Partridge (1743-1838).
See
No. 149720.
5. Samuel
Bullard m. 1732 Deborah Morse (1718-1801).
Samuel
Bullard (1715-93) was assessor, 1779, and moderator, 1780, of Holliston, Mass., where he died. He was born in Sherborn, Mass.


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Mrs. Alice Freeman Reed.
DAR ID Number: 156638
Born in Everett, Mass.
Wife of Carlton Lorenzo Reed.
Descendant of Corp. Moses Fiske, Ebenezer
Bullard, Lieut, Asaph Bigelow, Benjamin Herring and Samuel Gleason, as follows:
1. James Everett Freeman (1864-1911) m. 1886 Alice D. Rider (b. 1864).
2. James Freeman (1836-67) m. 1863 Nettie M. Fiske (b. 1840).
[p.200] 3. Moses Madison Fiske (1807-88) m. 1831 Harriett Herring (1807-93).
4. Isaac Fiske (1782-1846) m. 1806 Betsey Johnson (1784-1853); Seth Herring (1780-1853) m. 1802 Deborah Bigelow (b. 1778).
5. Moses Fiske m. 1780 Betsey
Bullard (1759-1847); Asaph Bigelow m. Martha Gleason (1748-1829); Benjamin Herring m. 1767 Miriam Dean.
6. Ebenezer
Bullard m. Elizabeth Haven (1724-1811); Samuel Gleason m. 2d 1740 Dorothy Faux (d. 1751).
Moses Fiske (1755-1828) served as corporal in Capt. David Brewer's company, Col. Abner Perry's regiment, Massachusetts troops. He was born and died in Framingham, Mass.
Ebenezer
Bullard (1737-92) served as private in the Massachusetts troops under Captains Brooks and Brewer, Colonels Dike and Perry. He was born in Holliston, Mass.
Asaph Bigelow (1745-1824) served as sergeant and lieutenant in the Massachusetts troops under Col. Jonathan Reed. He was born and died in Framingham, Mass.
Also
No. 127448.
Benjamin Herring (1738-95) served as private in the Massachusetts troops under Capt. William
Bullard and Colonel Heath. He was born and died in Dedham, Mass.
Samuel Gleason (1715-96) was a private in the Massachusetts militia serving as a guard under Capt. John Homes and Col. Jonathan Reed. He was born and died in Framingham, Mass.

 


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Mrs. Mary Morse Nicholson Whitehead.157078
Born in Newton, Kan.
Wife of Ennis Whitehead.
Descendant of Col. Samuel
Bullard, as follows:
1. John C. Nicholson (b. 1862) m. 1891 Carrie C. Morse (1864-99).
2. Grosvenor C. Morse (1827-70) m. 1857 Abigail P. Barber (b. 1833).
3. Horace Barber (1804-85) m. 1832 Emeline Perry (1809-52).
4. Oliver Barber (b. 1763) m. Nancy
Bullard (b. 1768).
5. Samuel
Bullard m. 2d 1754 Mary Coolidge Ware (1731-1813).
Samuel
Bullard (1729-1807) was colonel, 1776, of the 5th Massachusetts regiment; also Selectman, delegate to Provincial Congress, member of the Council of War and of the Committee of Correspondence. He was born and died in Sherborn, Mass.


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Miss Lola Adeline Shepard.
DAR ID Number: 159197
Born in Lake County, Ill.
Descendant of Jacob Shepard, Robert Chandler, Edward Capen, James Capen, Josiah Parkhurst, John Parkhurst, Benjamin Richards, James Dickerman, Corp. James Harkness, Samuel Cummings, Ebenezer
Bullard and Alexander McNall, as follows:
1. Henry Shepard (1845-1911) m. 1867 Ella Louise Chandler (1850-1913).
2. Joel Richards Shepard (1807-81) m. 1835 Adeline Capen (1815-59); Horace Leonard Chandler (1819-78) m. 1845 Cordelia Parkhurst (1817-85).
3. Thomas Shepard (1766-1835) m. 1792 Elizabeth Richards (1766-1835); George Chandler (1797-1855) m. 1818 Julianne Dickinson (1803-64); Asa Capen (1785-1873) m. 1812 Mary Dickerman (Clapp) (1788-1873); Josiah Parkhurst (1789-1882) m. 1813 Rachel Harkness (1794-1868).
[p.68] 4. Jacoh Shepard m. 1765 Bathsheba Puffer (1745-1809); Robert Chandler m. 1788 Sarah Walker; James Capen m. 1786 Elizabeth Comins (Cummings); John Parkhurst m. 1783 Sarah
Bullard (d. 1818); Benjamin Richards m. 1763 Mary Belcher (1742-1820); James Dickerman m. 1788 Joanna Crossman (1763-1843); John Harkness (b. 1759) m. 1781 Rachel McNall (b. 1762).
5. Edward Capen m. 2d 1780 Elizabeth Paul (1757-1849); Josiah Parkhurst m. 1758 Elizabeth Bigelow (1738-1816); James Harkness m. 1757 Nascy Gary; Samuel Cummings m. 1756 Elizabeth Fisher (1733-1819); Ebenezer
Bullard m. Elizabeth Haven (1724-1811); Alexander McNall m. 3d 1758 Annie Moore.
[p.69] Ebenezer
Bullard (1737-92) served as private in the Massachusetts troops under Capts. Brooks and Brewer, Colonels Dike and Perry. He was born in Holliston, Mass.

 


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Mrs. Florence Rich King.
DAR ID Number: 160026
Born in Worcester, Mass.
Wife of George R. King.
Descendant of Asa
Bullard and Jedediah Higgins, as follows:
1. Henry H. Rich, Jr. (b. 1842) m. 1865 Mary L.
Bullard (1844-1915).
2. Henry H. Rich (1822-43) m. Mary Atkins (1817-71); Joseph
Bullard (1786-1864) m. 2d 1829 Laura Clarke (1799-1877).
3. Asa
Bullard m. 2d 1764 Hannah Cooke; Paul Atkins (b. 1770) m. 1793 Mary Higgins (b. 1770).
4. Jedediah Higgins m. 1763 Phoebe Paine (1738-93).
Asa
Bullard (1730-1803) responded to the Lexington Alarm as a private in Captain Staple's company, Col. Samuel Bullard's Massachusetts regiment. He was born and died in Holliston, Mass.

 


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Mrs. Frances Henderson Cross.
DAR ID Number: 161998
Born in Palmyra, N. Y.
Wife of Howard Lamson Cross.
Descendant of William Coney, Capt. Oliver Coney, Lieut. John Houghton, Jonathan Houghton, William Richards, David
Bullard, Jonathan Whiting and James Adams, as follows:
1. Josiah Robert Henderson (1853-1918) m. 1880 Emogene Coney (1853-88).
2. David Henderson (1811-86) m. 2d 1849 Malvina Houghton (Nourse) (1817-53); Charles Clinton Coney (1823-1916) m. 1850 Amanda Bartlett (1825-1906).
3. Justus Coney (1789-1827) m. 1821 Maria Clark (1797-1890); Josiah Houghton (1790-1838) m. 1817 Joanna Richards (1799-1822); James Bartlett m. Olive
Bullard (1796-1847).
4. Oliver Coney m. 1774 Jane Adams (1752-92); Jonathan Houghton m. 1st 1783 Rachel Hale (1765-1821); William Richards, Jr. (1763-1824), m. 1785 Joanna Whiting (1763-1843); David
Bullard m. 1788 Elizabeth Hadley (1766-1850).
David
Bullard (1761-1831) served as private and fifer in the Massachusetts troops under Colonels Fisher and McIntosh. He was born in Dedham, Mass.; died in Gaines, N. Y

 


Graves of Revolutionary Patriots in CT., MA., N.Y. & N. H.

Name Cemetery Location
BULLARD, Adam Millis Millis-Medway MA ................
BULLARD, Asa Sherborn No 2 Sherborn MA
BULLARD, Asa South Cem Holliston MA
BULLARD, Baruch Prospect Hill Cem Uxbridge MA
BULLARD, Benjamin Old Cem Canton St, Sharon MA
BULLARD, David Gaines Cem Gaines NY
BULLARD, David Gaines Cem Gaines, Orleans Co NY
BULLARD, Ephraim Wellesley Village Cem Wellesley MA
BULLARD, Henry Millis Millis-Medway MA
BULLARD, Henry Jr Millis Millis-Medway MA
BULLARD, Isaac Holliston Center.......... Holliston MA
BULLARD, Isaac Millis Millis-Medway MA
BULLARD, Isaac Village Dedham MA
BULLARD, James Sherborn No 2 Sherborn MA
BULLARD, Jonathan Old Yard Pine Ridge, Hancock NH
BULLARD, Lemuel Epis Cem Cheshire, New Haven Co CT
BULLARD, Nathan South Cem Holliston MA
BULLARD, Royal Millis Millis-Medway MA
BULLARD, Samuel Central Bur Gr Holliston, Middlesex Co MA
BULLARD, Samuel Plain Cem Sherborn MA
BULLARD, Samuel Col Plain Cem.............. Sherborn MA
BULLARD, Seth Col Old Town Cem Walpole MA
BULLARD, Timothy Millis Millis-Medway MA ,,,,,,,,,,,,,