North Carolina, USA
|Death: ||Sep. 7, 1854|
(The surname is variously spelled "Bullock" or "Bulloch").
Nancy was the first burial at Millwood Cemetery and the cemetery was originally known as the "Nancy Bullock" Cemetery.
Nancy was the daughter of Julius and Susanah (Purnell) Horton of North Carolina and the wife of James Whitis Bullock (1788-1859). Nancy and James were married in N.C. about 1817 and moved to Texas about 1824. They became legal colonists of the Mexican province of Texas, living there as loyal citizens until 1836 when the Mexican General Santa Ana abolished the Mexican Constitution, declared himself dictator, precipatated the Texas Revolution, and marched into Texas to drive the colonists out. Nancy and James then became citizens of the new Republic of Texas until 1845 when Texas joined the Union and they became American citizens once again. For many years they lived in San Augustine County, moving to Collin County late in life.
Julius Horton (1775 - 1818)
Susannah Purnell Horton (1780 - 1862)
James Whitis Bulloch (1788 - 1859)
Mariah Ann Bullock Cronkrite Davis (1820 - 1888)*
Elizabeth Betty Bullock Thacker (1825 - ____)*
Irvin Uriah Bullock (1841 - 1867)*
Amanda Bullock Choate (1843 - 1927)*
Nancy Horton Bulloch (1800 - 1854)
Alexander Purnell Horton (1810 - 1894)*
William Wade Horton (1814 - 1849)*
Plot: Unmarked Grave
Created by: sam sproles
Record added: Aug 09, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 15203574
Dixie Home Georgia
Added: Mar. 10, 2013
In memory of my g-g-g-grandmother whose strength, courage and faith helped build today's Texas and U.S.A.|
Added: Jul. 10, 2007