To know the heart of the Bullard story, you have to go back to the beginning.
VOLUME I Rev. 7
THE LIFE AND TIMES NARRATIVE OF
JOSEPH BULLARD (~1732-1788)
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Preface “…and Others” Bullard Narratives: A New Approach Origin of the Bullard Name Notations Early Bullard Family Groups Joseph Bullard Synopsis The Immigrant Years John Bullard the Elder (Joseph’s father) Ulster, Northern Ireland (Scots-Irish ancestry) Opequon Creek Settlement (Frederick County, Virginia) Frederick County, Virginia (1735-1750) The Settlement Years Joseph Bullard Early Life Joseph Bullard marries Martha (last name unknown) Joseph Bullard Life Map Old Rowan County, North Carolina (Guilford/Randolph Counties, NC) The Western Frontier Life on the Western Frontier (1770-1775) Watauga Association 1772-1775 Transylvania & Jacob Brown’s Land Purchases (1775) The Cherokee Wars Cherokee Attacks Ft. Watauga Siege (July 1776) Indian Spy Scout (Ft. Lee) Chota Indian Expedition The Government Years Watauga Petition (1776) Living on the Cherokee Border (1777) Washington County, North Carolina Established (1777) Little Limestone Creek Homestead Chickamauga Indian Raids (1779) American Revolutionary War Battle of Kings Mountain (October 1780) Battle of Boyd’s Creek (December 1780) The Christmas (Chota) Expedition (December 1780) Tuskasekee (Erati) Cherokee Raid (March 1781) South Carolina Patriot Campaign (Fall 1781) Washington County, North Carolina (1782) Last Revolutionary War Indian Expedition Revolutionary War Pay Vouchers Greene County/The State of Franklin Greene County, NC/TN Established (1783) Lick Creek Homestead (1783) The State of Franklin (1784-1788) The Final Year 1788 The Battle at Lookout Mountain Joseph Bullard ambushed, killed, buried The Final Year: Post Script Martha Bullard & Women’s Property Rights Martha Bullard & Heirs (Lick Creek to Lost Creek Migration) The Territory of the United States South of the River Ohio Tennessee Statehood 1796 Luke Bowyer - Bullard Family Connection (and Appendix H) Epilogue Appendix Appendix A Joseph Bullard Descendant Charts (9 Generations) Appendix B Joseph Bullard (Father and Sibling Sketches) Appendix C Joseph Bullard Revolutionary War Land Grants Appendix D Bullard DNA Mapping Appendix E Notes and Charts (1) Bullard Narratives: Volumes I, II, III, IV, (2) Eastern Tennessee County Formations (3) Joseph & Martha Bullard’s Children (Marriage Chart) (4) Direct Descendant Life Span Chart (5) Cherokee Campaigns and Revolutionary War Battles (1774-1788) Appendix F Jost Hite Land Grants (Frederick County, Virginia) Appendix G Scots-Irish Brogue Appendix H Luke Bowyer Synopsis and Chronological Events Appendix J Bullard Slaves Supplement: Joseph and Martha Bullard Children (Sketches) Isaac Bullard b. ~1760 Ann(e) Bullard b. 1764/65 John Bullard b. ~1765 Phoebe Bullard b. ~1770 Christopher Bullard b. 1771/74 Martha (Patsy) Bullard b. ~1773 Sarah Bullard b. 1778 Mary Bullard b. 1780 Migration Route Map: Joseph Bullard’s Children End Notes
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