|Birth: ||Jun. 25, 1823|
|Death: ||Jan. 7, 1901|
Born near Savannah, Georgia, June 25, 1823.
Well known Confederate naval agent who operated out of England during the war. Gave an account of his services in the two volume work THE SECRET SERVICE OF THE CONFEDERATE STATES IN EUROPE.
Remained in England after the war, as he was excluded from the amnesty.
Died on January 7, 1901.
First Confederate Special Agent. Born James D. Bulloch, he served in the United States Navy, eventually retiring and joining the Confederate States military in 1861. While leading a group of agents in Liverpool England, he secured monies for many Confederate Navy vessels and material. After the secession of hostilities, James Bulloch stayed in England and became a citizen, working quite successively as a cotton importer and broker. He was never pardoned for his role in supporting the Confederate cause, and he died from complications due to cancer and cardiac failure on the 7th of January 1901 at 76 Canning Street in Liverpool aged 77.
James Stephens Bulloch (1793 - 1849)
Martha Stewart Bulloch (1799 - 1864)
Harriott Cross Bulloch (____ - 1897)*
"an American by birth, an Englishman by choice."
Toxteth Park Cemetery
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