Bullard Geneology

 

Volume I

THE LIFE AND TIMES NARRATIVE OF 

JOSEPH BULLARD (~1732-1788)

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North Carolina and Tennessee Pioneer Settler, Indian Fighter, Revolutionary War Patriot, Militia Officer, Watauga Petition Signer, Mounted Rifleman, Expert Marksman, Farmer/Rancher, Husband and Father

Joseph Bullard (b. ~1732) m. Martha (last name unknown)

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Original Narrative   August 2010
Version #2              January 2011
Version #3              June 2011
Version #4              November 2011                                                                  Version #5              October 2012                                                                    Version #6              April 2015

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

THE LIFE AND TIMES NARRATIVE OF JOSEPH BULLARD

Volume I (Ver 6)

Preface & "The Others"

Bullard Narratives: A New Approach

Origin of Bullard Name
Research & Bullard Family Groups
Joseph Bullard Synopsis

The Settlement Years
Historical Backdrop
Early Migration of Joseph Bullard
Joseph Bullard’s Father and Siblings
Joseph Bullard: Early Pioneer Settler on the Western Frontier
Life on the Western Frontier
Watauga Association 1772-1775
Transylvania & Eastern Tennessee Land Purchases (1775)
Watauga Association to the Washington District

The Cherokee Wars
Cherokee Attacks
Ft. Watauga Siege (July 1776)
Battle of Island Flats (July 1776)

The Government Years

Watauga Petition (1776)
Washington County Established by North Carolina (1777)

Living on the Cherokee Border (1777)

Washington County, North Carolina (1778-1779)

Chickamauga Indian Raids (1779)

Washington County, North Carolina (1780)

American Revolutionary War
Battle of Kings Mountain (October 1780)
B
attle of Boyd’s Creek (December 1780)
The Christmas Expedition December (1780)
Erati Cherokee Indian Raid (March 1781)
South Carolina Patriot Campaign (Fall 1781)
Washington
County, North Carolina (1782)
L
ast Revolutionary War Indian Expedition
G
reene County Established

The State of Franklin

The Settlements (1784)
The State of Franklin (1784-1788)

The Final Year 1788

Battle at Lookout Mountain
Joseph Bullard Burial Location
Martha Bullard & Property Rights

Tennessee Statehood 1796

Epilogue

Children and Grandchildren of Joseph and Martha Bullard ( 8 Summaries)

 

 

Appendix A Joseph Bullard Descendant Charts (9 Generations)

Appendix B Joseph Bullard (Father & Siblings)

Appendix C Joseph Bullard Land Grants

Appendix D Luke Bowyer (Chronological Events)

Notes and Charts (Bullard Narrative Volumes; Sibling Marriage Chart; Dragging Canoe Post Script; Tennessee County Formations; Decendant Life Span Chart)

 

  Volume II

                  THE LIFE AND TIMES NARRATIVE OF

                          JOHN BULLARD SR. (~1765-~1834)

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Early Eastern Tennessee Pioneer in Greene, Jefferson & Claiborne County, Tennessee; Farmer/Rancher; Founding Father of Claiborne County; County Commissioner, Ranger & Constable; Land Owner; Family Patriarch; and Father of 12 Children

John Bullard Sr. married Agnes Nancy Kersey/Casey in 1786

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

THE LIFE AND TIMES NARRATIVE OF JOHN BULLARD SR.

Volume II  (Ver 2)

Preface/Author’s Note

Bullard Genealogy Narratives

Origins of Bullard Name

Bullard Research

Historical Backdrop

John Bullard Sr. Synopsis

The Early Years (1765-1779)

            Early Migration from North Carolina to Tennessee

            Nolichucky Settlement & Greene County

            Cherokee Wars

The Teenage Years (1780-1785)

           Battle of Kings Mountain, State of Franklin

The Marriage Years (1786-1788)   

            John Bullard marries Agnes Nancy Kersey (Casey)

            Kersey (Casey) Family & Chart

            Death of Joseph Bullard at Lookout Mountain (1788)

Land Consolidation Years : Jefferson County (1790-1800)

             Bullard Migration from Greene County to Hawkins/Jefferson County, Tennessee            

             Bullard Land Grant Transactions and  Consolidation

             Migration to Grainger (Claiborne County), Tennessee

Claiborne County, Tennessee Years (1801-1851)  

              1801-1809  

              Formation of Eastern Tennessee Counties            

              Founding Father of Claiborne County, Tennessee

              Bullard Ferry/ Court Minutes

              1810-1819

              Death of Martha Bullard (John Bullard’s mother)

              The War of 1812

              1820-1829

               Tazewell, Tennessee and First Bullard Sibling Migration

              1830-1839

              Death of John Bullard Sr.

              John Bullard Sr. Will & Last Testament

              1840-1849

              Migration of John Bullard Sr. Sons and Daughters (Missouri)

              1850-

              Death of Agnes Nancy Kersey (Casey) Bullard

              John Bullard and Nancy Bullard Burial Site

              Bullard Estate Sale

              John and Nancy Bullard Children Profiles

 Epilogue

Appendix

Appendix A   Bullard Descendant Charts including John Bullard Sr.'s grandchildren

Appendix B   Bullard Slaves (1783-1850)

Appendix C   Luke Bowyer Family Connection


 

Sketches of John Bullard Sr.’s Children (Drafting)