Thomas Bull, Jr. (1762 - 1823)

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Birthplace: Manchester, New Hampshire Grants
Death: Died in Clintonville, Franklin County, Ohio, United States
Managed by: Jason Peter Herbert
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About Thomas Bull, Jr.

A Patriot of the American Revolution for VERMONT with the rank of PRIVATE. DAR Ancestor # A016802

Thomas Bull Jr. came to the Clintonville, Ohio area in 1812 with his family from Vermont, by way of Worthington. He was the first white settler in the area. Bull purchased about 680 acres in Clinton Township, and bequeathed land to his children when he died in 1823. Bull and his family were Methodists and abolitionists.

The Thomas Bull residence stood on the east side of High Street between Dunedin and Piedmont in Clintonville, Ohio. Some of the information about the house is conflicting, but Nancy Pendleton states that Alonson Bull helped to build the house around 1821 and lived there until the mid-1860s. The local Methodist congregation held services in this house until Thomas Bull’s death in 1823.

from: Clintonville History by Shirley Hyatt http://clintonvillehistory.com/

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Thomas Bull, Jr.'s Timeline

1762
November 17, 1762
Manchester, New Hampshire Grants
1788
March 23, 1788
Age 25
1795
March 10, 1795
Age 32
September 29, 1795
Age 32
September 29, 1795
Age 32
1797
November 8, 1797
Age 34
Manchester, Bennington, VT
1799
1799
Age 36
1801
1801
Age 38
1823
October 16, 1823
Age 60
Clintonville, Franklin County, Ohio, United States