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Bullards in Robeson County, NC

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  • brbrooks99
    I have just found, in the 1820 Census for Robeson County, NC., two Bullard names-side by side Jn. Bullard- age 16 and und 26- no one else in household Charles
    Message 1 of 9 , Dec 29, 2001
      I have just found, in the 1820 Census for Robeson County, NC., two
      Bullard names-side by side

      Jn. Bullard- age 16 and und 26- no one else in household

      Charles Bullard- age 16 and under 26- no one else in household

      I wonder if this Charles Bullard could be the son of Richard Bullard
      of Spt. Co., Va- ONLY- because he is not be found anywhere else- the
      age group is wrong, he whould be over 26- had children born ca 1804-
      1806-1809 but, who does this one belong to, if not the son of
      Richard.

      Thanks for any help,

      Betty
    • brbrooks99
      I have just found, in the 1820 Census for Robeson County, NC., two Bullard names-side by side Jn. Bullard- age 16 and und 26- no one else in household Charles
      Message 2 of 9 , Dec 29, 2001
        I have just found, in the 1820 Census for Robeson County, NC., two
        Bullard names-side by side

        Jn. Bullard- age 16 and und 26- no one else in household

        Charles Bullard- age 16 and under 26- no one else in household

        I wonder if this Charles Bullard could be the son of Richard Bullard
        of Spt. Co., Va- ONLY- because he is not be found anywhere else- the
        age group is wrong, he whould be over 26- had children born ca 1804-
        1806-1809 but, who does this one belong to, if not the son of
        Richard.

        Thanks for any help,

        Betty
      • Michael Alan Brown
        Thanks much, Betty. I don t know these Bullards. I ll dig around and see if they somehow fit in with anyone I m researching. My g.g.g. grandfather was the
        Message 3 of 9 , Dec 30, 2001
          Thanks much, Betty. I don't know these Bullards. I'll dig around and see if
          they somehow fit in with anyone I'm researching. My g.g.g. grandfather was
          the "other Richard" - Richard Bullard born 1790 in Robeson County, NC, son of
          James Bullard and Sarah Pittman. Got tons of info on him and his wife
          "Elizabeth" (nee unknown) and all their descendants, just still sitting here
          staring at the same brick wall as everyone else - who was Elizabeth?? All
          anyone knows is that she was born 1799 in Virginia (based on multiple census
          entries), and that she died in 1869 in Appling County, GA (based on her dower
          lands document and census data). No other clues, no marriage date or place
          (first son born in 1818 in NC), etc. Been searching for any info on
          Elizabeth for several years to no avail...

          By the way, is there an entry in the 1820 Robeson County census for "my
          Richard?" I've never gotten a look at the 1820 census. Would REALLY
          appreciate having the numbers data from that census (should be Richard,
          Elizabeth, and one child age 2) to confirm that Richard and family were
          indeed in Robeson instead of some other county in NC in 1820. I know they
          were in Appling County, GA by 1832, and apparently in GA by 1823 (birth of
          third son in 1825, and statement by third son that they moved to GA in 1823),
          but they should have been in Robeson in 1820. Thanks so much again, and all
          the best. Cheers, Mike

          brbrooks99 wrote:

          > I have just found, in the 1820 Census for Robeson County, NC., two
          > Bullard names-side by side
          >
          > Jn. Bullard- age 16 and und 26- no one else in household
          >
          > Charles Bullard- age 16 and under 26- no one else in household
          >
          > I wonder if this Charles Bullard could be the son of Richard Bullard
          > of Spt. Co., Va- ONLY- because he is not be found anywhere else- the
          > age group is wrong, he whould be over 26- had children born ca 1804-
          > 1806-1809 but, who does this one belong to, if not the son of
          > Richard.
          >
          > Thanks for any help,
          >
          > Betty
          >
          >
          >
          >
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        • Wade G. Motsinger
          Hi Michael, We have talked before, about a year ago. You were asking for a lookup for Richard Bullard on the 1820 Robeson Co Census. I found the following: Pg
          Message 4 of 9 , Dec 31, 2001
            Hi Michael,
                We have talked before, about a year ago.
                You were asking for a lookup for Richard Bullard on the 1820 Robeson Co Census.  I found the following:
             
                Pg 324
            Richard Bullard    2    -    -    -    1    -            1    -    1    -    -    -
            James                 1   1    -    1    1   1            -    1     -    -   1    -
            Robert                 3   1    1    -    1    -            -   1     3    -   1    -
             
                Pg 306
            Charles                -    --    -    1    -    -            -    -    -    -    -    -
            John                    -    -    -    1    -    -             -    -    -    -    -    -
             
                Pg 305
            Ephraim                2    2    -    -    -    1           1    -    -    -    1    - 
            William                  4    -    -    -    1    1           1    -    -    1    -    -
             
                Pg 296
            Benjamin                -    -    -    1    -     -            -    -   1    -    -    -   
             
                Happy hunting!   Regards, Wade M.               
            ----- Original Message -----
            Sent: Sunday, December 30, 2001 10:46 AM
            Subject: Re: [BULLARD] Bullards in Robeson County, NC

            Thanks much, Betty.  I don't know these Bullards.  I'll dig around and see if
            they somehow fit in with anyone I'm researching.  My g.g.g. grandfather was
            the "other Richard" - Richard Bullard born 1790 in Robeson County, NC, son of
            James Bullard and Sarah Pittman.  Got tons of info on him and his wife
            "Elizabeth" (nee unknown) and all their descendants, just still sitting here
            staring at the same brick wall as everyone else - who was Elizabeth??  All
            anyone knows is that she was born 1799 in Virginia (based on multiple census
            entries), and that she died in 1869 in Appling County, GA (based on her dower
            lands document and census data).  No other clues, no marriage date or place
            (first son born in 1818 in NC), etc.  Been searching for any info on
            Elizabeth for several years to no avail...

                 By the way, is there an entry in the 1820 Robeson County census for "my
            Richard?"  I've never gotten a look at the 1820 census.  Would REALLY
            appreciate having the numbers data from that census (should be Richard,
            Elizabeth, and one child age 2) to confirm that Richard and family were
            indeed in Robeson instead of some other county in NC in 1820.  I know they
            were in Appling County, GA by 1832, and apparently in GA by 1823 (birth of
            third son in 1825, and statement by third son that they moved to GA in 1823),
            but they should have been in Robeson in 1820.  Thanks so much again, and all
            the best.  Cheers, Mike

            brbrooks99 wrote:

            > I have just found, in the 1820 Census for Robeson County, NC., two
            > Bullard names-side by side
            >
            > Jn. Bullard- age 16 and und 26- no one else in household
            >
            > Charles Bullard- age 16 and under 26- no one else in household
            >
            > I wonder if this  Charles Bullard could be the son of Richard Bullard
            > of Spt. Co., Va- ONLY- because he is not be found anywhere else- the
            > age group is wrong, he whould be over 26- had children born ca 1804-
            > 1806-1809  but, who does this one belong to, if not the son of
            > Richard.
            >
            > Thanks for any help,
            >
            > Betty
            >
            >
            >
            >
            > Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to http://docs.yahoo.com/info/terms/

            --
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            President
            Ching Yi Kung Fu Association
            Website: http://www.chingyikungfu.com
            Email: mabrown88@...




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          • Michael Alan Brown
            Hey Wade, Great to hear from you again! I do indeed recall our previous exchanges. Thank you so much for the 1820 census info. Definitely confirms that my
            Message 5 of 9 , Dec 31, 2001
              Hey Wade,

                   Great to hear from you again!  I do indeed recall our previous exchanges.  Thank you so much for the 1820 census info.  Definitely confirms that my g.g.g. grandfather Richard BULLARD and family were in Robeson County, NC as opposed to any other NC county in 1820.  I know they were all in Appling County, GA from 1823-25 forward.

                   Sorry to be a pest about it, but would really appreciate it if you could tell me the number breakout system they were using in the 1820 Robeson census; i.e., what do the numbers shown equate to? (males over 30, females over 20, kids, FPC, slaves, etc.):
               
              Pg 324Richard Bullard    2    -    -    -    1    -            1    -    1    -    -    -


                   REALLY appreciate your help!  Thank you again, and all the best.  Cheers, Mike

              "Wade G. Motsinger" wrote:

              Hi Michael,    We have talked before, about a year ago.    You were asking for a lookup for Richard Bullard on the 1820 Robeson Co Census.  I found the following:     Pg 324Richard Bullard    2    -    -    -    1    -            1    -    1    -    -    -James                 1   1    -    1    1   1            -    1     -    -   1    -Robert                 3   1    1    -    1    -            -   1     3    -   1    -     Pg 306Charles                -    --    -    1    -    -            -    -    -    -    -    -John                    -    -    -    1    -    -             -    -    -    -    -    -     Pg 305Ephraim                2    2    -    -    -    1           1    -    -    -    1    -William                  4    -    -    -    1    1           1    -    -    1    -    -     Pg 296Benjamin                -    -    -    1    -     -            -    -   1    -    -    -     Happy hunting!   Regards, Wade M.
              ----- Original Message -----
              Sent: Sunday, December 30, 2001 10:46 AM
              Subject: Re: [BULLARD] Bullards in Robeson County, NC
               Thanks much, Betty.  I don't know these Bullards.  I'll dig around and see if
              they somehow fit in with anyone I'm researching.  My g.g.g. grandfather was
              the "other Richard" - Richard Bullard born 1790 in Robeson County, NC, son of
              James Bullard and Sarah Pittman.  Got tons of info on him and his wife
              "Elizabeth" (nee unknown) and all their descendants, just still sitting here
              staring at the same brick wall as everyone else - who was Elizabeth??  All
              anyone knows is that she was born 1799 in Virginia (based on multiple census
              entries), and that she died in 1869 in Appling County, GA (based on her dower
              lands document and census data).  No other clues, no marriage date or place
              (first son born in 1818 in NC), etc.  Been searching for any info on
              Elizabeth for several years to no avail...

                   By the way, is there an entry in the 1820 Robeson County census for "my
              Richard?"  I've never gotten a look at the 1820 census.  Would REALLY
              appreciate having the numbers data from that census (should be Richard,
              Elizabeth, and one child age 2) to confirm that Richard and family were
              indeed in Robeson instead of some other county in NC in 1820.  I know they
              were in Appling County, GA by 1832, and apparently in GA by 1823 (birth of
              third son in 1825, and statement by third son that they moved to GA in 1823),
              but they should have been in Robeson in 1820.  Thanks so much again, and all
              the best.  Cheers, Mike

              brbrooks99 wrote:

              > I have just found, in the 1820 Census for Robeson County, NC., two
              > Bullard names-side by side
              >
              > Jn. Bullard- age 16 and und 26- no one else in household
              >
              > Charles Bullard- age 16 and under 26- no one else in household
              >
              > I wonder if this  Charles Bullard could be the son of Richard Bullard
              > of Spt. Co., Va- ONLY- because he is not be found anywhere else- the
              > age group is wrong, he whould be over 26- had children born ca 1804-
              > 1806-1809  but, who does this one belong to, if not the son of
              > Richard.
              >
              > Thanks for any help,
              >
              > Betty
              >
              >
              >
              >
              > Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to http://docs.yahoo.com/info/terms/

              --
              Michael Alan Brown
              President
              Ching Yi Kung Fu Association
              Website: http://www.chingyikungfu.com
              Email: mabrown88@...
               
               
               

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            • Wade G. Motsinger
              Hi Michael, Sorry for the cryptic manner of listing the 1820 Census data. Deciphering same, the breakout goes: (listing by column) Males under 10 of 10 and
              Message 6 of 9 , Dec 31, 2001
                Hi Michael,
                    Sorry for the cryptic manner of listing the 1820 Census data.  Deciphering same, the breakout goes:
                (listing by column)
                    Males   
                        under 10
                        of 10 and under
                        16-18
                        of 16 and under 26
                        of 26 and under 45
                        45 and above
                    Females
                        under 10
                        of 10 and under
                        16-18
                        of 16 and under 26
                        of 26 and under 45
                        45 and above
                 
                    FYI, I have access to almost all the Census images of America, either on CD or online.  I have separate indices for many of the states, especially SE US, through 1870; a transcribed copy on CD of the entire 1880 US Census (fully indexed).  I have access to a fully indexed 1900 Census.  I don't mind doing an occasional lookup, as it takes me very little time and effort.  I am happy to assist in furthering research on the Bullard family, since (I think I mentioned to you earlier) my sister, Violet has been researching the family for several years.  She married a Bullard who is a descendent of James Bullard and Sarah Jane Ham.  I pass along any Bullard info I find.  She has collected a lot of info on all branches, although her main effort is on her husband's line.  I am especially interested in how you make out in connecting to the MA Bullards.  I have found several who have reflected this in their research, but who have not offered any substantial evidence or documentation to support the claim.
                    Regards,  Wade M.       
                ----- Original Message -----
                Sent: Monday, December 31, 2001 12:35 PM
                Subject: Re: [BULLARD] Bullards in Robeson County, NC

                Hey Wade,

                     Great to hear from you again!  I do indeed recall our previous exchanges.  Thank you so much for the 1820 census info.  Definitely confirms that my g.g.g. grandfather Richard BULLARD and family were in Robeson County, NC as opposed to any other NC county in 1820.  I know they were all in Appling County, GA from 1823-25 forward.

                     Sorry to be a pest about it, but would really appreciate it if you could tell me the number breakout system they were using in the 1820 Robeson census; i.e., what do the numbers shown equate to? (males over 30, females over 20, kids, FPC, slaves, etc.):
                 
                Pg 324Richard Bullard    2    -    -    -    1    -            1    -    1    -    -    -


                     REALLY appreciate your help!  Thank you again, and all the best.  Cheers, Mike

                "Wade G. Motsinger" wrote:

                Hi Michael,    We have talked before, about a year ago.    You were asking for a lookup for Richard Bullard on the 1820 Robeson Co Census.  I found the following:     Pg 324Richard Bullard    2    -    -    -    1    -            1    -    1    -    -    -James                 1   1    -    1    1   1            -    1     -    -   1    -Robert                 3   1    1    -    1    -            -   1     3    -   1    -     Pg 306Charles                -    --    -    1    -    -            -    -    -    -    -    -John                    -    -    -    1    -    -             -    -    -    -    -    -     Pg 305Ephraim                2    2    -    -    -    1           1    -    -    -    1    -William                  4    -    -    -    1    1           1    -    -    1    -    -     Pg 296Benjamin                -    -    -    1    -     -            -    -   1    -    -    -     Happy hunting!   Regards, Wade M.
                ----- Original Message -----
                Sent: Sunday, December 30, 2001 10:46 AM
                Subject: Re: [BULLARD] Bullards in Robeson County, NC
                 Thanks much, Betty.  I don't know these Bullards.  I'll dig around and see if
                they somehow fit in with anyone I'm researching.  My g.g.g. grandfather was
                the "other Richard" - Richard Bullard born 1790 in Robeson County, NC, son of
                James Bullard and Sarah Pittman.  Got tons of info on him and his wife
                "Elizabeth" (nee unknown) and all their descendants, just still sitting here
                staring at the same brick wall as everyone else - who was Elizabeth??  All
                anyone knows is that she was born 1799 in Virginia (based on multiple census
                entries), and that she died in 1869 in Appling County, GA (based on her dower
                lands document and census data).  No other clues, no marriage date or place
                (first son born in 1818 in NC), etc.  Been searching for any info on
                Elizabeth for several years to no avail...

                     By the way, is there an entry in the 1820 Robeson County census for "my
                Richard?"  I've never gotten a look at the 1820 census.  Would REALLY
                appreciate having the numbers data from that census (should be Richard,
                Elizabeth, and one child age 2) to confirm that Richard and family were
                indeed in Robeson instead of some other county in NC in 1820.  I know they
                were in Appling County, GA by 1832, and apparently in GA by 1823 (birth of
                third son in 1825, and statement by third son that they moved to GA in 1823),
                but they should have been in Robeson in 1820.  Thanks so much again, and all
                the best.  Cheers, Mike

                brbrooks99 wrote:

                > I have just found, in the 1820 Census for Robeson County, NC., two
                > Bullard names-side by side
                >
                > Jn. Bullard- age 16 and und 26- no one else in household
                >
                > Charles Bullard- age 16 and under 26- no one else in household
                >
                > I wonder if this  Charles Bullard could be the son of Richard Bullard
                > of Spt. Co., Va- ONLY- because he is not be found anywhere else- the
                > age group is wrong, he whould be over 26- had children born ca 1804-
                > 1806-1809  but, who does this one belong to, if not the son of
                > Richard.
                >
                > Thanks for any help,
                >
                > Betty
                >
                >
                >
                >
                > Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to http://docs.yahoo.com/info/terms/

                --
                Michael Alan Brown
                President
                Ching Yi Kung Fu Association
                Website: http://www.chingyikungfu.com
                Email: mabrown88@...
                 
                 
                 

                Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to the Yahoo! Terms of Service.



                Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to the Yahoo! Terms of Service.

                --
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                President
                Ching Yi Kung Fu Association
                Website: http://www.chingyikungfu.com
                Email: mabrown88@...
                 

              • Michael Alan Brown
                Hey Wade, Excellent! Really appreciate the additional info. Those numbers leave me with a coupla puzzlers, though. First and foremost is Richard s wife
                Message 7 of 9 , Dec 31, 2001
                  Hey Wade,

                       Excellent!  Really appreciate the additional info.  Those numbers leave me with a coupla puzzlers, though.  First and foremost is Richard's wife Elizabeth (as usual).  In 1820, she should have been in the next block; i.e., Elizabeth should have been either 20 or 21 years of age in 1820.  Therefore, the females listed in the 1820 census Robeson census should have been 1 - - 1 - - instead of 1 - 1 - - -.

                       Elizabeth was 51 in the 1850 Appling County, GA census, putting her birth year as 1799.  Going back from there, she shows up in the 1840 Appling census in the 40-50 age range (should have been 41), and in the 1830 Appling census, she was in the 30-40 block (should have been 31).  So in 1820, something's awry...

                       The other puzzler is the kids.  I only know of one male child they had in 1820 (Samuel J., born 1818 in Robeson).  The next child I'm aware of was James who was born on 5 Sep 1822 in Robeson.  So, by the 1820 numbers, there was another boy and a girl born before 1820...   It's possible they died, of course, before 1830, so I'll just have to assume that either they were someone else's kids in the household or something happened to them prior to 1830.

                        Anyway, thanks so much for all your help.  As for your question about the connection of James Bullard (1750-1832) to the Massachusetts Bullard line, all I really have on it is Toni Turk's 10-generation chart.  I think you have a copy of that, but I'm attaching it here again just in case.  The second attachment is an updated GEDCOM file that Toni sent me in September this year. 

                       In Lt. General Robert Lee Bullard's genealogy, he expresses his conclusion that "my" James Bullard was not from the Massachusetts Bullards.  He believed instead that three brothers, James, John and Robert, were born in England, and came to America around 1760, after the father, UNKNOWN Bullard, an English sailor had drowned at sea while the family was still living in England.  I'm not taking a strong position on it one way or the other because I haven't done any research on it myself.  However, I am quite strong on anything from James Bullard and his wife Sarah Pittman of Robeson County, NC on forward to me.

                       Also, I've attached a third file done in June 2001 by Spence Bullard in case you don't have it.  More great information on the Bullards of North Carolina in the 1700s.

                       Hope this helps you or someone else.  Thanks so much again for everything.  All the best in the New Year!  Cheers, Mike
                   

                  "Wade G. Motsinger" wrote:

                   Hi Michael,    Sorry for the cryptic manner of listing the 1820 Census data.  Deciphering same, the breakout goes:(listing by column)    Males        under 10        of 10 and under        16-18        of 16 and under 26        of 26 and under 45        45 and above    Females        under 10        of 10 and under        16-18        of 16 and under 26        of 26 and under 45        45 and above     FYI, I have access to almost all the Census images of America, either on CD or online.  I have separate indices for many of the states, especially SE US, through 1870; a transcribed copy on CD of the entire 1880 US Census (fully indexed).  I have access to a fully indexed 1900 Census.  I don't mind doing an occasional lookup, as it takes me very little time and effort.  I am happy to assist in furthering research on the Bullard family, since (I think I mentioned to you earlier) my sister, Violet has been researching the family for several years.  She married a Bullard who is a descendent of James Bullard and Sarah Jane Ham.  I pass along any Bullard info I find.  She has collected a lot of info on all branches, although her main effort is on her husband's line.  I am especially interested in how you make out in connecting to the MA Bullards.  I have found several who have reflected this in their research, but who have not offered any substantial evidence or documentation to support the claim.    Regards,  Wade M.
                  ----- Original Message -----
                  Sent: Monday, December 31, 2001 12:35 PM
                  Subject: Re: [BULLARD] Bullards in Robeson County, NC
                   Hey Wade,

                       Great to hear from you again!  I do indeed recall our previous exchanges.  Thank you so much for the 1820 census info.  Definitely confirms that my g.g.g. grandfather Richard BULLARD and family were in Robeson County, NC as opposed to any other NC county in 1820.  I know they were all in Appling County, GA from 1823-25 forward.

                       Sorry to be a pest about it, but would really appreciate it if you could tell me the number breakout system they were using in the 1820 Robeson census; i.e., what do the numbers shown equate to? (males over 30, females over 20, kids, FPC, slaves, etc.):

                  Pg 324Richard Bullard    2    -    -    -    1    -            1    -    1    -    -    -
                   

                       REALLY appreciate your help!  Thank you again, and all the best.  Cheers, Mike

                  "Wade G. Motsinger" wrote:

                  Hi Michael,    We have talked before, about a year ago.    You were asking for a lookup for Richard Bullard on the 1820 Robeson Co Census.  I found the following:     Pg 324Richard Bullard    2    -    -    -    1    -            1    -    1    -    -    -James                 1   1    -    1    1   1            -    1     -    -   1    -Robert                 3   1    1    -    1    -            -   1     3    -   1    -     Pg 306Charles                -    --    -    1    -    -            -    -    -    -    -    -John                    -    -    -    1    -    -             -    -    -    -    -    -     Pg 305Ephraim                2    2    -    -    -    1           1    -    -    -    1    -William                  4    -    -    -    1    1           1    -    -    1    -    -     Pg 296Benjamin                -    -    -    1    -     -            -    -   1    -    -    -     Happy hunting!   Regards, Wade M.
                  ----- Original Message -----
                  Sent: Sunday, December 30, 2001 10:46 AM
                  Subject: Re: [BULLARD] Bullards in Robeson County, NC
                   Thanks much, Betty.  I don't know these Bullards.  I'll dig around and see if
                  they somehow fit in with anyone I'm researching.  My g.g.g. grandfather was
                  the "other Richard" - Richard Bullard born 1790 in Robeson County, NC, son of
                  James Bullard and Sarah Pittman.  Got tons of info on him and his wife
                  "Elizabeth" (nee unknown) and all their descendants, just still sitting here
                  staring at the same brick wall as everyone else - who was Elizabeth??  All
                  anyone knows is that she was born 1799 in Virginia (based on multiple census
                  entries), and that she died in 1869 in Appling County, GA (based on her dower
                  lands document and census data).  No other clues, no marriage date or place
                  (first son born in 1818 in NC), etc.  Been searching for any info on
                  Elizabeth for several years to no avail...

                       By the way, is there an entry in the 1820 Robeson County census for "my
                  Richard?"  I've never gotten a look at the 1820 census.  Would REALLY
                  appreciate having the numbers data from that census (should be Richard,
                  Elizabeth, and one child age 2) to confirm that Richard and family were
                  indeed in Robeson instead of some other county in NC in 1820.  I know they
                  were in Appling County, GA by 1832, and apparently in GA by 1823 (birth of
                  third son in 1825, and statement by third son that they moved to GA in 1823),
                  but they should have been in Robeson in 1820.  Thanks so much again, and all
                  the best.  Cheers, Mike

                  brbrooks99 wrote:

                  > I have just found, in the 1820 Census for Robeson County, NC., two
                  > Bullard names-side by side
                  >
                  > Jn. Bullard- age 16 and und 26- no one else in household
                  >
                  > Charles Bullard- age 16 and under 26- no one else in household
                  >
                  > I wonder if this  Charles Bullard could be the son of Richard Bullard
                  > of Spt. Co., Va- ONLY- because he is not be found anywhere else- the
                  > age group is wrong, he whould be over 26- had children born ca 1804-
                  > 1806-1809  but, who does this one belong to, if not the son of
                  > Richard.
                  >
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                • Wade G. Motsinger
                  Hi Michael, Just for your peace of mind (and mine), I double checked the 1820 Census, and it really does indicate the numbers I sent you. For the record, the
                  Message 8 of 9 , Dec 31, 2001
                    Hi Michael,
                        Just for your peace of mind (and mine), I double checked the 1820 Census, and it really does indicate the numbers I sent you.  For the record, the second column for male and female should read "Of 10 and under 16".  I wouldn't struggle too much with the ages as listed in the census.  I have done a lot of work with the census, and it is not unusual for a person to be listed under the wrong column --- especially when it is a matter of a couple of years (or 4 or 5).  Literacy rate was low, and many times the census enumerator simply guessed at the ages.
                        Regards,  Wade M.
                  • Michael Alan Brown
                    Hi Wade, Thanks much for the confirmation. Makes sense to me. I ve run into the same thing, so I figure that s probably the case here; the recorder probably
                    Message 9 of 9 , Jan 1, 2002
                      Hi Wade,

                          Thanks much for the confirmation.  Makes sense to me.  I've run into the same thing, so I figure that's probably the case here; the recorder probably just put a one in the adjacent column.  Anyway, the 1820 data really helped a lot.  Thank you again, and all the very best.  Cheers, Mike

                      "Wade G. Motsinger" wrote:

                      Hi Michael,    Just for your peace of mind (and mine), I double checked the 1820 Census, and it really does indicate the numbers I sent you.  For the record, the second column for male and female should read "Of 10 and under 16".  I wouldn't struggle too much with the ages as listed in the census.  I have done a lot of work with the census, and it is not unusual for a person to be listed under the wrong column --- especially when it is a matter of a couple of years (or 4 or 5).  Literacy rate was low, and many times the census enumerator simply guessed at the ages.    Regards,  Wade M.



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