"Joseph Bullman was a son of Thomas Bullman and Anna Walling. He was married November 18, 1762, to Mary Baird, sister of Captain John and Major William Baird, and daughter of John and Avis Baird; all were of Monmouth county, New Jersey. Part of the time he was an ensign with Captain Carter and Colonel Hathaway. He removed to Westmoreland country and settled in Loyalhanna township at the woolen factory near Fennel church, where he spent the remainder of his life. His remains were probably interred at the Congruity Presbyterian cemetery, as his son, Rev. Samual P. Bullman, was a member of that church during his youth."
Source: "History of Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania (Volume 1, Chapter 11) by John N. Boucher. New York, The Lewis Publishing Company, 1906. Transcribed July 2003 by Mark Wojcik for the Westmoreland County History Project. Contributed by Mark Wojcik for use by the Westmoreland County Genealogy Project (http://www.pa-roots.com/~westmoreland/)
Composition of gravestone: Gray granite. This is a modern gravestone.
Thomas Bullman (1712 - 1772)
Maintained by: Burke Stoughton
Originally Created by: Alan Saltsman
Record added: May 09, 2009
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