John Matthews

M, #7159, b. before 1822
  • Birth*: before 1822
  • Marriage*: after 1842; Principal=Hester Hunt

Family: Hester Hunt b. 1822

Mary Hunt

F, #7160, b. 1824
  • Birth*: 1824; Corsley Parish, Wiltshire, England; Per email from Yvonne Shultis, April 15, 2001.
  • Marriage*: after 1844; Principal=Thomas Wingrove
  • Married Name: Wingrove

Family: Thomas Wingrove b. b 1824

Thomas Wingrove

M, #7161, b. before 1824
  • Birth*: before 1824
  • Marriage*: after 1844; Principal=Mary Hunt

Family: Mary Hunt b. 1824

Elizabeth Hunt

F, #7162, b. 1827
  • Birth*: 1827; Corsley Parish, Wiltshire, England; Per email from Yvonne Shultis, April 15, 2001.
  • Marriage*: after 1847; Principal=Oliver Farrier
  • Married Name: Farrier

Family: Oliver Farrier b. b 1827

Oliver Farrier

M, #7163, b. before 1827

Family: Elizabeth Hunt b. 1827

Sarah Hunt

F, #7164, b. 1830
  • Birth*: 1830; Nelson Twp., Halton Co., Ontario; Per email from Yvonne Shultis, April 15, 2001.

Susannah Hunt

F, #7165, b. 1825
  • Birth*: 1825; Ontario; Per email from Yvonne Shultis, April 15, 2001.
  • Marriage*: after 1845; Principal=John Rensberry
  • Married Name: Rensberry

Family: John Rensberry b. b 1825

John Rensberry

M, #7166, b. before 1825
  • Birth*: before 1825
  • Marriage*: after 1845; Principal=Susannah Hunt

Family: Susannah Hunt b. 1825

Mary Sumpton

F, #7167, b. before 1842
  • Birth*: before 1842
  • Marriage*: after 1862; Ontario; Principal=Thomas Hunt III
  • Married Name: after 1862; Hunt

Family: Thomas Hunt III b. 1838

Margaret Huston

F, #7168, b. before 1842
  • Birth*: before 1842
  • Marriage*: after 1862; Ontario; Principal=John Hunt
  • Married Name: after 1862; Hunt

Family: John Hunt b. 1840

Arthur Lindsay Hunt1

M, #7169, b. after 1904
  • Birth*: after 1904; Bentinck Twp., Grey Co., Ontario; per Farm Lanes of Bentinck, pg. 255
  • Occupation*: after 1930; Ontario; "Lindsay Hunt , the eldest, became a banker." per Farm Lanes of Bentinck, pg. 255

Citations

  1. Per email from Yvonne Shultis, April 15, 2001.

Mary Emily Hunt

F, #7170, b. after 1905
  • Birth*: after 1905; Bentinck Twp., Grey Co., Ontario; Per Farm Lanes of Bentinck, pg. 255
  • Marriage*: after 1925; Ontario; Principal=? Clarke
  • Married Name: Clarke
  • Occupation*: after 1930; Bentinck Twp., Grey Co., Ontario; "Emily Hunt Clarke taught public school for years in Bentinck and in the surrounding townships." per Farm Lanes of Bentinck, pg. 255
  • Note*: 1950; Bentinck Twp., Ontario; "1950 - Nellie Hunt (widow) to Fritz Bailey. Heirs were Mary Clarke, Robert Hunt and Edward Hunt" from Farm Lanes of Bentinck, pg. 375

Family: ? Clarke b. b 1905

Edward Wellington Hunt

M, #7171, b. 1916, d. 1961
  • Birth*: 1916; Bentinck Twp., Grey co., Ontario; Per Farm Lanes of Bentinck, pg. 255, 705
  • Death*: 1961; Bentinck Twp., Grey Co., Ontario; Per Farm Lanes of Bentinck, pg. 705
  • Burial*: 1961; Holy Trinity Anglican Cemetery, Glenelg Twp., Grey Co., Ontario; "Holy Trinity Anglican Cemetery (Lot 52 Conc 2 EGR Glenelg) "137. Edward W. Hunt (1916-1961); also his wife Audrey McWilliam" Per Farm Lanes of Bentinck, pg. 705
  • Occupation*: 1961; Durham, Ontario; "Edward Hunt, the youngest, operated a grocery store in Durham until 1961." per Farm Lanes of Bentinck, pg. 255

? Clarke

M, #7172, b. before 1905
  • Birth*: before 1905
  • Marriage*: after 1925; Ontario; Principal=Mary Emily Hunt

Family: Mary Emily Hunt b. a 1905

Levina Goheen1,2

F, #7177, b. 1816
  • Birth*: 1816; Northumberland Co., Ontario; Date 1816 & location UC per 1861 Census. Per marriage reg'n2
  • Marriage*: circa 1839; Ontario; per GEDCOM of Ellie Cameron (ecam@home.com) Nov 30 2016.; Principal=Daniel Bullock3
  • Marriage*: 18 February 1873; Bowmanville, Ontario; Marraige Reg'n: Groom: John Bambridge; Age: 62; Born: Ireland; Status: widower; Parents: Francis & Jane Bambridge; Bride: Levina Bullock; Age: 57; Born: Cda.; Status: widow; Parents: Charles & Nancy Goheen; Witnesses: John Latrie, Darlington & Larrie Breton, Bowmanville; Date: Feb 18, 1873; Location: Bowmanville; Religion: Methodist; Performed by: Rev. John Breton; Principal=John Bambridge4
  • Married Name: after 1839; Bullock
  • Census*: April 1861; Hamilton Twp., Northumberland Co., Ontario; Age 45 at 1861 Census: see Daniel Bullock2
  • Married Name: 18 February 1873; Bambridge4

Family 1: Daniel Bullock b. 1815

Family 2: John Bambridge b. 1811

Citations

  1. Lavina per 1861 Census.
  2. [S10] Unknown author, 1861 Canada Census, Record Type: microfilm.
  3. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.
  4. [S8] Unknown author, Ontario Archives, Record Type: Microfilm, 009576 - 1873.

Daniel Bullock1,2,3

M, #7178, b. 1815
  • Birth*: 1815; Quebec; Date 1815 & location Lower Canada per 1861 Census. Date 1815 & location Ont. per GEDCOM of Ellie Cameron (ecam@home.com) Nov 30 20162,3
  • Marriage*: circa 1839; Ontario; per GEDCOM of Ellie Cameron (ecam@home.com) Nov 30 2016.; Principal=Levina Goheen2
  • Census*: April 1861; Hamilton Twp., Northumberland Co., Ontario; Age 46 at 1861 Census: Bullock, Daniel, 46, b. L Canada, C of E, lab., married; Lavina, 45, b. U Canada, CE, married; Owen, 21, b. UC, CE, lab., single; Cynthia, 19; Loretta, 17; Harriett, 16; Maria, 14; Elizabeth, 12 (1861 Census: Hamilton Twp., Northumberland Co., pg. 836 of 899, line 19 - ancestry.com)3

Family: Levina Goheen b. 1816

Citations

  1. Daniel Bullock per 1861 Census. Daniel David Bullock per GEDCOM of Ellie Cameron (e-mail address) Nov 30 2016.
  2. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.
  3. [S10] Unknown author, 1861 Canada Census, Record Type: microfilm.

John Bambridge

M, #7179, b. 1811
  • Birth*: 1811; Ireland; Per marriage reg'n
  • Marriage*: 18 February 1873; Bowmanville, Ontario; Marraige Reg'n: Groom: John Bambridge; Age: 62; Born: Ireland; Status: widower; Parents: Francis & Jane Bambridge; Bride: Levina Bullock; Age: 57; Born: Cda.; Status: widow; Parents: Charles & Nancy Goheen; Witnesses: John Latrie, Darlington & Larrie Breton, Bowmanville; Date: Feb 18, 1873; Location: Bowmanville; Religion: Methodist; Performed by: Rev. John Breton; Principal=Levina Goheen1

Family: Levina Goheen b. 1816

Citations

  1. [S8] Unknown author, Ontario Archives, Record Type: Microfilm, 009576 - 1873.

Colonel Richard Bullock

M, #7180, b. before 1760, d. 2 October 1824
  • Birth*: before 1760; Ireland
  • Marriage*: 1787; Ribbsford, Worcestershire, England; "Got excited the other day. I mistakenly ran across on LDS familysearch.org of Col Richard Bullocks first marriage to his 1st wife Eleanor Grove in England. England Marriages 1700-1900 it is a pilot program and I was just lucky to have put him in it. They had the first three children of Richard Bullock. Their first daughter was born in Worcestershire, England in 1788. How happy to cross the ocean.; Groom's name: Richard Bullock; Groom's birthdate: - ; Groom's age: - ; Bride's name: Eleanor Grove; Bride's birthdate: - ; Bride's age: - ; Residence: Ribbesford, Worcestershire, England;
    Event place: Ribbsford Or Ribsford, Wore, Eng.; Event date: 1787; Father of groom's name: - ; Mother of groom's name: - ; Father of bride's name: - ; Mother of bride's name:
    Groom's prev wife's name note: - ; Groom's previous wife's name: - ; Bride's previous husband's name note: - ; Bride's previous husband's name: - ; Batch number: M14640-1; Date range: 1775 - 1812; Record group: England-VR; Film number: 992393; Collection: England Marriages 1700-1900" per email from Merriam White, July 22, 2009
    Per Pioneer Life on the Bay of Quinte, pg 137; Principal=Eleanor Grove1
  • Marriage*: 22 July 1797; Parish Church, Affane, Watford Co., Ireland; " ... that Jane English, his sister, was married in the parish church, Affane, County of Waterford, on or about the 22nd of July, 1797, to Richard Bullock, then lieutenant in his Majesty's Foot, and later a captain in said regiment, and that his said sister accompanied her husband, Captain richard Bullock, with the 41st Regiment to Canada in 1800, where he died ... " from Pioneer Life on the Bay of Quinte, pg. 136; Principal=Jane English
  • Death*: 2 October 1824; Murray Twp., Northumberland Co., Upper Canada; "21 Oct 1824: On 2nd inst. at Springfield, in Murray, Col. Richard Bullock, of the first Regiment of Northumberland Militia and formerly a Captain in the 41st regiment." Upper Canada Gazette & Weekly Register 1823-1825, Reid's Death Notices, Ontario Registers CD
    "He died from rheumatic gout, about 1824. His wife, Jane Bullock, survived him until 1834, dying in her fifty-eighth year." Per Pioneer Life on the Bay of Quinte, pg. 139
    "He died on the 2nd of October, 1824 at Springfield Park in Murray Township at the age of 58 and was buried in St. Thomas Cemetary in Belleville. He was listed as Col. Richard Bullock of the First Regiment Northumberland and former Captain in the 41st Regiment. His widow Jane died at Presqu’ile on February 19, 1834." from United Lodge No. 29 A.F. & A.M., G.R.C., Brighton, Ontario History 1818-1996 written by W. R. Topham, page 2
    Note: Springfield is not a name that is identified in Murray Twp. Might they mean Smithfield, the village just north? Anyone know of a historical name Springfield in the area of Carrying Place?2
  • Note: 1800; Upper Canada; "Bullock came to Canada with his regiment in 1800 and took part in the war of 1812." from United Lodge No. 29 A.F. & A.M., G.R.C., Brighton, Ontario History 1818-1996 written by W. R. Topham, page 2
  • Note*: between 1812 and 1814; Canada; "Colonel Bullock was in command of the 41st Regiment whose bravery, courage and distinguished service are matters of Canadian history." from Pioneer Life on the Bay of Quinte, pg. 137
    "Bullock came to Canada with his regiment in 1800 and took part in the war of 1812. He led a company of his regiment under Major General Sheafe at the Battle of Queenston Heights. Sheafe brought his forces up from Niagara and turned the tide of the battle after the death of General Brock. Colonel Bullock was present at the following engagements: capture of General Hull at Detroit, July 1812; taking of Fort Meigs May 1813; defeat of General Proctor at Fort Stephens, Sandusky, where his son Richard rallied the remnants of the English forces and retired to Burlington Heights; capture of Fort Niagara Dec. 1813; the taking of Black Rock and the destruction of Buffalo on the 30th and the storming of Fort Erie on the 15th of August 1814.” from United Lodge No. 29 A.F. & A.M., G.R.C., Brighton, Ontario History 1818-1996 written by W. R. Topham, page 2
  • Note: 1816; Quebec, Lower Canada; "In 1816 he was initiated into Masonry at Quebec City shortly after he had retired on half pay. His charter was donated to our Lodge by his family and it hangs in the ante-room." from United Lodge No. 29 A.F. & A.M., G.R.C., Brighton, Ontario History 1818-1996 written by W. R. Topham, page 2
  • Residence*: circa 1817; Murray Twp., Northumberland Co., Upper Canada; "Colonel Bullock moved to Carrying Place and was granted land in the English Settlement. Being an enthusiastic Mason, he, with other Masons petitioned to hold a Lodge at the Carrying Place, which was on the main thoroughfare between Upper and Lower Canada. The petition was presented to the Grand Lodge meeting at Kingston and the Lodge was granted Charter No. 16 which is still in possession of United Lodge." from United Lodge No. 29 A.F. & A.M., G.R.C., Brighton, Ontario History 1818-1996 written by W. R. Topham, page 2
    "He was granted land locally in English Settlement. (Part of this land was later owned by H. S. May, a 75 year member of the United Lodge.)" from United Lodge No. 29 A.F. & A.M., G.R.C., Brighton, Ontario History 1818-1996 written by W. R. Topham, page 3
  • Census: 1817; Murray Twp., Northumberland Co., Upper Canada; 1817 Assessment: Capt. Bullock; 1480 acres uncult., 20 improved
  • Census*: 1817; Murray Twp., Northumberland Co., Upper Canada; 1817 Census: Richard Bullock; 1 male over 16; 5 males under 16; 1 female over 16; 3 females under 16; Total 10
  • Census: 1818; Murray Twp., Northumberland Co., Upper Canada; 1818 Assessment: Capt. R. Bullock; 1470 acres uncult., 30 improved
  • Note: 1818; Murray Twp., Carrying Place, Northumberland Co., Upper Canada; "Being an enthusiastic Mason, Bullock met with a few other Masons and petitioned to have a Lodge at Carrying Place. This was a place of considerable importance, being on the main thoroughfare between Upper and Lower Canada. The petition was presented to the Grand Lodge meeting at Kingston which granted Charter No. 16, still in possession of the Lodge. M.W.Bro. John Ross Robertson in his history of Masonry concluded that this Lodge was in existence and working as early as 1818. Colonel Bullock was the founder and first master of the Lodge." from United Lodge No. 29 A.F. & A.M., G.R.C., Brighton, Ontario History 1818-1996 written by W. R. Topham, page 4
  • Census: 1818; Murray Twp., Northumberland Co., Upper Canada; 1818 Census: Richard Bullock; 1 male over 16; 4 males under 16; 2 female over 16; 3 females under 16
  • Census: 1819; Murray Twp., Northumberland Co., Upper Canada; 1819 Census: Richard Bullock; 2 male over 16; 1 female over 16; 4 males under 16; 4 females under 16
  • Residence: 1 May 1819; Conc 5 Lot 11, Murray Twp., Northumberland Co., Upper Canada; Land Registry Records (Patent) show that Richard Bullock obtained the Patent from the Crown for the east half 100 acres of lot 11, conc 5, Murray Twp. ITS Date: May 1 1819. (Ontario Land Registry Records, Northumberland Co., Murray Twp., Book 9, Conc 5 Lot 11, pg. 089 of 361, pg. 1, copied from OnLand.ca by Dan Aug 23 2021.)3
  • Census: 1820; Conc B Lot 14 & 15, Murray Twp., Northumberland Co., Upper Canada; 1820 Assessment: Richard Bullock, Esq.; Murray - Conc B Lot 14 W 1/2 & 15, 250 acres uncult., 50 acres cult.; Conc C Lot 9, 100 acres uncult.; Conc 5 Lot 34, 200 acres uncult.; Percy - Conc 11 Lot 15, 16 & 17, 600 acres; Conc 12 Lot 16, 200 acres uncult.; Broken Lots ?River Trent?, 200 acres
  • Census: 1820; Murray Twp., Northumberland Co., Upper Canada; 1820 Census: Richard Bullock; 1 male over 16; 4 males under 16; 1 female over 16; 4 females under 16; Total 11
  • Note: 1820; Lot 10, Carrying Place, Northumberland Co., Upper Canada; "The original meeting place of the Lodge was on Lot 10 Carrying Place at the tavern of Benjamin Young, a son of Captain Young mentioned earlier. The formal inauguration of the Lodge took place in August, 1820 and the first initiation in September. The candidate was Abijah Smith after whom Smithfield is named." from United Lodge No. 29 A.F. & A.M., G.R.C., Brighton, Ontario History 1818-1996 written by W. R. Topham, page 4
    Note: It may be likely that the village of Smithfield was named after Abijah's father, John Drummond Smith, who was the first settler there around 1792.
  • Residence: 8 August 1820; Conc 5 Lot 11, Murray Twp., Northumberland Co., Upper Canada; Land Registry Records (B&S 871) show that Richard Bullock sold 25 acres in the south east part of lot 11, conc 5, Murray Twp. to Abraham P. Maybee. ITS Date: Aug 8 1820. Reg'n. Date: Dec 1 1821. (Ontario Land Registry Records, Northumberland Co., Murray Twp., Book 9, Conc 5 Lot 11, pg. 089 of 361, pg. 1, copied from OnLand.ca by Dan Aug 23 2021.)3
  • Note: 1821; Murray Twp., Northumberland Co., Upper Canada; "Col. Richard Bullock - First Master of United Lodge No. 29: A unique condition exists in United Lodge No. 29 A.F. and A.M. this year. The Master Elect, Hubert Bullock, 30 years of age, is the fifth of that name in direct decent to sit as Master. His great-great-grandfather, Col. Richard Bullock, was Master from 1818 to 1821; Christopher Bullock, his son, was Master about the year 1845; the latter's son, D. C. Bullock, in 1891; ? A. D. Bullock, 1909 and 1910; and now his son H. A. Bullock in 1930. The lodge has photographs of all five." on the front page, top left of The Brighton Ensign, Jan. 30, 1930, see on microfilm at The Ontario Archives, Feb. 22, 2001
  • Census: 1821; Murray Twp., Northumberland Co., Upper Canada; 1821 Census: Richard Bullock; 3 males over 16; 3 males under 16; 1 female over 16; 4 females under 16; Total 11
  • Census: 1821; Conc B Lot 14 & 15, Murray Twp., Northumberland Co., Upper Canada; 1821 Assessment: Richard Bullock, Esq.; Conc B Lot 15, 146 acres uncult., 54 acres cult.; Conc B Lot 14, W 1/2, 94 acres uncult., 6 acres cult.; Conc C Lot 9, 100 acres uncult.; Conc 5 Lot 34, 200 acres uncult. (William Ireland has East Half of Lot 14)
  • Note: 1821; Murray Twp., Northumberland Co., Upper Canada; "Colonel Bullock was the Worshipful Master for 1820 and 1821." from United Lodge No. 29 A.F. & A.M., G.R.C., Brighton, Ontario History 1818-1996 written by W. R. Topham, page 2
  • Residence: 26 April 1821; Conc 5 Lot 11, Murray Twp., Northumberland Co., Upper Canada; Land Registry Records (B&S 792) show that Richard Bullock sold 75 acres in the north wet part of lot 11, conc 5, Murray Twp. to Stoddard Comstock. ITS Date: Apr 26 1821. Reg'n. Date: May 15 1821. (Ontario Land Registry Records, Northumberland Co., Murray Twp., Book 9, Conc 5 Lot 11, pg. 089 of 361, pg. 1, copied from OnLand.ca by Dan Aug 23 2021.)3
  • Census: 1822; Murray Twp., Northumberland Co., Upper Canada; 1822 Census: Richard Bullock; 3 males over 16; 3 males under 16; 2 female over 16; 3 females under 16
  • Census: 1822; Conc B Lot 14 & 15, Murray Twp., Northumberland Co., Upper Canada; 1822 Assessment: Richard Bullock, Esq.; Conc B Lot 15, 146 acres uncult., 54 acres cult.; Conc B Lot 14, W 1/2, 94 acres uncult., 6 acres cult.; Conc C Lot 9, 100 acres uncult.; Conc 5 Lot 34, 200 acres uncult. (William Ireland has East Half of Lot 14)
  • Census: 1823; Murray Twp., Northumberland Co., Upper Canada; 1823 Census: Richard Bullock; 4 males over 16; 3 males under 16; 2 females over 16; 3 females under 16
  • Census: 1823; Conc B Lot 14 & 15, Murray Twp., Northumberland Co., Upper Canada; 1823 Assessment: Richard Bullock, Esq.; Conc B Lot 15, 150 acres uncult., 50 acres cult.; Conc B Lot 14, W 1/2, 90 acres uncult., 10 acres cult.; Conc C Lot 9, 100 acres uncult.
  • Census: 1824; Murray Twp., Northumberland Co., Upper Canada; 1824 Census: Richard Bullock; 3 males under 16; 2 females under 16; 3 males over 16; 2 females over 16
  • Census: 1824; Conc B Lot 14 & 15, Murray Twp., Northumberland Co., Upper Canada; 1824 Assessment: Richard Bullock; Conc B Lot 15, 150 acres uncult., 50 acres cult.; Conc B Lot 14, W 1/2, 90 acres uncult., 10 acres cult.; Conc C Lot 9, 100 acres uncult.
  • Census: 1825; Conc B Lot 14 & 15, Murray Twp., Northumberland Co., Upper Canada; 1825 Assessment: Richard Bullock; Conc B Lot 15, 150 acres uncult., 50 acres cult.; Conc B Lot 14, W 1/2, 90 acres uncult., 10 acres cult.; Conc C Lot 9, 100 acres uncult.

Family 1: Eleanor Grove b. b 1767

  • Marriage*: 1787; Ribbsford, Worcestershire, England; "Got excited the other day. I mistakenly ran across on LDS familysearch.org of Col Richard Bullocks first marriage to his 1st wife Eleanor Grove in England. England Marriages 1700-1900 it is a pilot program and I was just lucky to have put him in it. They had the first three children of Richard Bullock. Their first daughter was born in Worcestershire, England in 1788. How happy to cross the ocean.; Groom's name: Richard Bullock; Groom's birthdate: - ; Groom's age: - ; Bride's name: Eleanor Grove; Bride's birthdate: - ; Bride's age: - ; Residence: Ribbesford, Worcestershire, England;
    Event place: Ribbsford Or Ribsford, Wore, Eng.; Event date: 1787; Father of groom's name: - ; Mother of groom's name: - ; Father of bride's name: - ; Mother of bride's name:
    Groom's prev wife's name note: - ; Groom's previous wife's name: - ; Bride's previous husband's name note: - ; Bride's previous husband's name: - ; Batch number: M14640-1; Date range: 1775 - 1812; Record group: England-VR; Film number: 992393; Collection: England Marriages 1700-1900" per email from Merriam White, July 22, 2009
    Per Pioneer Life on the Bay of Quinte, pg 137; Principal=Eleanor Grove1

Family 2: Jane English b. b 1777, d. b 1796

  • Marriage*: 22 July 1797; Parish Church, Affane, Watford Co., Ireland; " ... that Jane English, his sister, was married in the parish church, Affane, County of Waterford, on or about the 22nd of July, 1797, to Richard Bullock, then lieutenant in his Majesty's Foot, and later a captain in said regiment, and that his said sister accompanied her husband, Captain richard Bullock, with the 41st Regiment to Canada in 1800, where he died ... " from Pioneer Life on the Bay of Quinte, pg. 136; Principal=Jane English

Citations

  1. [S33] Unknown author, "Email Message," e-mail to unknown recipient.
  2. [S27] Unknown compiler, Pioneer Life.
  3. [S46] Unknown location, Ontario Land Registry Records; unknown film.

Jane English

F, #7181, b. before 1777, d. before 1796
  • Birth*: before 1777; Ireland
  • Marriage*: 22 July 1797; Parish Church, Affane, Watford Co., Ireland; " ... that Jane English, his sister, was married in the parish church, Affane, County of Waterford, on or about the 22nd of July, 1797, to Richard Bullock, then lieutenant in his Majesty's Foot, and later a captain in said regiment, and that his said sister accompanied her husband, Captain richard Bullock, with the 41st Regiment to Canada in 1800, where he died ... " from Pioneer Life on the Bay of Quinte, pg. 136; Principal=Colonel Richard Bullock
  • Death*: before 1796; Ireland; Per Pioneer Life on the Bay of Quinte, pg. 137
  • Death: 19 February 1834; Murray Twp., Presqu'ile Point, Northumberland Co., Upper Canada; "On 19th February, Mrs. Jane Bullock, relict of the late Colonel Richard Bullock, of Presque'Isle." Cobourg Star, 5 March 1834, Ontario registers CD
    "He died from rheumatic gout, about 1824. His wife, Jane Bullock, survived him until 1834, dying in her fifty-eighth year." Per Pioneer Life on the Bay of Quinte, pg. 139
    "He died on the 2nd of October, 1824 at Springfield Park in Murray Township at the age of 58 and was buried in St. Thomas Cemetery in Belleville. He was listed as Col. Richard Bullock of the First Regiment Northumberland and former Captain in the 41st Regiment. His widow Jane died at Presqu'ile on February 19, 1834." from United Lodge No. 29 A.F. & A.M., G.R.C., Brighton, Ontario History 1818-1996 written by W. R. Topham, page 21
  • Married Name: 22 July 1797; Bullock
  • Census*: 1825; Murray Twp., Northumberland Co., Ontario; 1825 Census: Widow Jane Bullock; 3 males under 16; 2 females under 16; 2 males over 16; 2 females under 16; Total 9
  • Census: 1826; Conc B Lots 14 & 15, Murray Twp., Northumberland Co., Ontario; 1826 Census: Jane Bullock; Conc B, Lot 15, 150 a uncult., 50 a cult.; Conc B, Lot 14, 90 a uncult., 10 a cult.; Conc C, Lot 9, 100 a uncult.; 1 male over 16; Total 1
    Note: This would be Jane (English) Bullock, widow of Richard Bullock. May be a mistake showing male over 16?? Notice that the whole family seems to be living wit William M. Bullock - see Census for him.

Family: Colonel Richard Bullock b. b 1760, d. 2 Oct 1824

  • Marriage*: 22 July 1797; Parish Church, Affane, Watford Co., Ireland; " ... that Jane English, his sister, was married in the parish church, Affane, County of Waterford, on or about the 22nd of July, 1797, to Richard Bullock, then lieutenant in his Majesty's Foot, and later a captain in said regiment, and that his said sister accompanied her husband, Captain richard Bullock, with the 41st Regiment to Canada in 1800, where he died ... " from Pioneer Life on the Bay of Quinte, pg. 136; Principal=Colonel Richard Bullock

Citations

  1. [S27] Unknown compiler, Pioneer Life.

Capt. Richard Bullock

M, #7182, b. October 1792
  • Birth*: October 1792; Granard, Longford Co., Ireland; Per Pioneers of Bay of Quinte. 1797 Per 1851 Census
  • Marriage*: 1816; Upper Canada; Principal=? ?
  • Marriage*: 13 March 1828; Niagara, Upper Canada; "Richard and Margaret Bullock were married on the 13th of March, 1828, at Niagara, by the Rev. Thomas Addison."
    "26 March, 1828: In Niagara, on 13th inst., Richard Bullock, late Captain 88th Regt., to Margaret, daughter of the late Ralph Clench. Rev. Robert Addison." from the Farmer's Journal, St. Catharines, Stay Issues of Newspapers to 1829, Ontario Registers CD; Principal=Margaret Clench1
  • Occupation*: 13 March 1828; Niagara, Upper Canada; " ... late Captain 88th Regt. ... " per marriage record
  • Census*: 1829; Conc B Lot 14 & 15, Murray Twp., Northumberland Co., Upper Canada; 1828 Assessment: Richard Bullock; Conc B, Lot 14 & 15, 223 acres uncult., 70 acres cult.; Conc C, Lot 9, 100 a uncult.; 1 male under 16; - females under 16; 1 male over 16; 1 female over 16; Total 3 (The this line is written is a bit unclear but it appears to include Lots 14 & 15, Conc B.)
    Note: This is the first records for Richard Bullock, Jr. - Sr. died in 1824.
  • Census: 1830; Conc B Lot 13, Murray Twp., Northumberland Co., Upper Canada; 1830 Assessment: Richard Bullock, Esq.; Conc B, Lot 13 to 16 - over 500 acres
  • Note*: between 1837 and 1838; Canada; "Richard, his son, after he retired from the army and came to succeed his father, became one of the most prominent men in civil life, of his day and period. He was for years Adjutant General of the Militia for Upper Canada. He was successively appointed by Sir John Colborne and Sir F. Bond Head to the respective offices of Collector of Customs at Port Hope, the Shrievalty of Prince Edward District, and finally to the Shrievalty of the Midland District in 1837. When the MacKenzie Rebellion broke out, Colonel Bullock was summoned by his Excellency, to Toronto, and requested to take upon himself the onerous duties of Adjutant General of Militia, with the view of increasing, organizing and rendering the militia efficient. During the first year of the '37 Rebellion, Colonel Richard Bullock increased the strength of the Sedentary Force, from thirty-four thousand to forty-three thousand, and subsequently in the year 1844, to eighty thousand. In addition to this he organized fifty-one incorporated corps and eighty independent troops and companies of artillery, cavalry and infantry, during which time he issued six thousand commissions." from Pioneer Life on the Bay of Quinte, pg. 139
  • Residence*: 1851; B. F. Lot 1, Brighton Twp., Northumberland Co., Canada West; 1851 Agricultural Census shows Richard Bullock on Broken Front Lot 1, beside William Quick, with a half acres, and by himself.2
  • Census: 1852; Brighton Twp., Northumberland Co., Canada West; Age 54 at 1851 Census: Bullock, Richard, 54, b. Ireland, Episc., Collector of Customs, married (1851 Census: Brighton Twp., pg. 67 of 160, line 38 - ancestry.com)2

Family 1: ? ? b. b 1796

  • Marriage*: 1816; Upper Canada; Principal=? ?

Family 2: Margaret Clench b. 1803

  • Marriage*: 13 March 1828; Niagara, Upper Canada; "Richard and Margaret Bullock were married on the 13th of March, 1828, at Niagara, by the Rev. Thomas Addison."
    "26 March, 1828: In Niagara, on 13th inst., Richard Bullock, late Captain 88th Regt., to Margaret, daughter of the late Ralph Clench. Rev. Robert Addison." from the Farmer's Journal, St. Catharines, Stay Issues of Newspapers to 1829, Ontario Registers CD; Principal=Margaret Clench1

Citations

  1. [S23] Unknown subject, Ontario Registers CD.
  2. [S11] Unknown author, 1851 Canada Census, Record Type: microfilm.