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Bullock family

Works: 180 works in 228 publications in 1 language and 950 library holdings
Genres: History  Photographs  Personal correspondence  Diaries  Genealogy  Personal narratives‚Ä°vConfederate  Legal instruments 
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Scarlett/Bullock family papers( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Bullock family deeds and legal papers (1897-1902); legal papers (1897-1902) of R.C. Bullock (b. ca. 1848) , lawyer of Dardanelle, Ark.; journal (1898) of Ermin Bullock (b. ca. 1882) as a student at Galloway College in Searcy, Ark., as well as later correspondence (1900-1924); medical ledgers, correspondence, autobiographical notes and an article, and other papers of William P. Scarlett (1897-1984), physician of Pope County, Ark.; correspondence and other papers of his wife, Vivian (Bullock) Scarlett; family genealogical materials; memorabilia; newspaper clippings; and other material
Bullock and Evans Family papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The collection of the white Bullock and Evans families of Vance County, N.C., and Granville County, N.C., contain late nineteenth and early twentieth-century women's journals kept by Sarah Cobb Bullock, Lillian Bullock, and Mary E. Bullock; Lillian Bullock's 1917 photograph album with images of Watts School of Nursing in Durham, N.C., and the Sarah Elizabeth Hospital in Henderson, N.C.; an 1860s autograph book of Richard A. Bullock from his student days at the University of North Carolina shortly before the Civil War; day planners of David Pirie Evans related to the construction and maintenance of the Kerr Lake Recreation Area in North Carolina in the early 1950s; genealogical and family history information; and materials related to the University of North Carolina
Bulloch family papers by Bulloch family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

About half of the collection consists of nineteenth-century family and personal correspondence of members of the Bulloch family of Georgia with relatives and friends in Georgia, Virginia, North Carolina, and at Washington, D.C., Newport, R.I., Saratoga, N.Y., and New York City, and of the Lockes while they were in Europe in the 1850s. Beginning in 1888 the papers are chiefly the genealogical correspondence and notes of Dr. J.G.B. Bulloch
Dunwody, Bulloch, Savage, and Jefferies family papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Two oversize items include a land conveyance document, 20 August 1759 (Colleton County, S.C.), in which Justice of the Peace James Bulloch (1702-1780) and his son, Archibald Bulloch (1730- ), sell 800 acres of land to Abraham Hayne for five thousand pounds "current money"; and an 1807 diploma issued by Yale College, awarded to John Dunwoody [presumed to be John Dean Dunwody (1786-1858), the son of John Dunwoody (1715-1776) and Susannah Criswell Dunwoody (1719-1819)
Papers by Bullock family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers of a farm family of Williamsboro (Vance Co.), N.C., relating to personal and business affairs, the Civil War in North Carolina and Virginia, the University of North Carolina (1858), the Spanish-American War, and the Presbyterian and Episcopal churches in North Carolina. Other families represented include the Boyd, Farrar, Goode, Hamilton, Pearson, and Taylor
Beck, Bullock, Thompson and Jackson family archives by Beck family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Materials include photographs (many with captions written on the back) and genealogical papers. Over 125 original photographs; albumens, silver prints, etc. Various formats, such as cabinet cards, real photo postcards depicting studio portraits and snapshot or vernacular photography. Included is a folder of death certificates, a birth register receipt, a Family Bible register leaf, etc. and other miscellaneous genealogical notes, photostatic and photocopies. [Descriptive information provided by dealer // JAD20140416]
Bullock family papers by Bullock family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers of several generations of a family of plantation owners in Piedmont southern Virginia and central North Carolina. Fourteen photographs added at a later date represent bi-racial descendants of this family who lived in Nutbush and Manson, NC. The papers are chiefly composed of correspondence, 1820-1920, between John and William H. Bullock, a second John Bullock and his wife, Susan M. (Cobb) Bullock, their sons and daughters, and other children and grandchildren. Topics include family relationships and genealogy; illnesses and deaths; farming; slaves and tenants; campus life at the University of North Carolina, 1850s; plantation management; market prices, 1850s-1860s; secessionist and Union sentiments in Granville County; religious life; and the Civil War in North Carolina and Virginia, with details on camp life, troop movements, and the Battle of Kinston and the siege of Petersburg. Volumes include two ledgers, a travel diary, 1848, from a business trip to Tennessee, and Susan Bullock's diary, 1869-1871. Included are legal and financial papers dating from 1784-1876, which include a list of slaves, medical receipts, estate records, and land deeds
Bullock and Hamilton family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Bullock family material consists of correspondence regarding finances, household expenses, and plantation management, with some letters on family matters and social events; financial and legal papers, including the 1854 will of Sally Fain, a "woman of colour," who owned slaves. Genealogical information; and printed material; as well as five manuscript volumes of general store and blacksmithing accounts and some diary entries for Bullocks of Williamsboro, Granville (now Vance) County, N.C., especially William Bullock (1776-1829) and his son John Bullock (1799-1866). Materials of members of the Hamilton and related families relate chiefly to Charles Eaton Hamilton (1816-1855), planter of Granville County, N.C., and Lowndes County, Miss. And the families of his wives, Jane Coleman (d. 1850) and Sally Tarry, both of Mecklenburg County, Va., and consist primarily of personal correspondence giving family and neighborhood news, documenting courtship and discussing child raising and the role of women as wives and mothers; the management of the family's plantations, including references to the use of Native Americans to pick cotton in Mississippi; crop and land sales; Episcopal Church matters. The purchase and treatment of slaves and cases of fugitive slaves; the Civil War; and descriptions of life in Mobile, Ala., after the Civil War. There are also a few financial and legal papers of the Hamilton family, a record book detailing plantation expenses in Mississippi, and miscellaneous financial and legal documents belonging to unknown individuals
Papers by Jonathan Wales( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Member of the Massachusetts Legislature and resident of Randolph, Mass. Deeds to land at Randolph, receipts, business papers, and accounts relating to the settlement of Wales' estate; together with papers of the Beamis family, of Randolph, and the Bullock family
Bullock family papers by Bullock family( )

in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The papers consist of family letters and a few legal documents from Mason county (Ky.)
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Bolloke family

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