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  • axidrfa8@aol.com
    Spence, Thanks again for all your hard work. Can you refresh our memory on the cost and how to go about doing this? Thanks, Vikki Gehring Bullard In a message
    Message 1 of 15 , Oct 21, 2008
      Spence,
      Thanks again for all your hard work. Can you refresh our memory on the cost and how to go about doing this?  Thanks,
      Vikki Gehring Bullard
       
      In a message dated 10/21/2008 5:47:20 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time, sbullard@... writes:


       
       

      Hi All;                                                                          October 21, 2008

       

      This is an update to the BULLARD Y-DNA PROJECT that I and two distant cousins undertook last summer.  At the time we appealed to all male Bullard/Ballard/etc surname Families with roots in The Carolinas and Virginia to join us with the goal of identifying likely connections to several lines of BULLARD FAMILIES.  We have experienced some unexpected success.  The invitation for others to join the project is always open.

       

      The Family Tree DNA analysis of 37 markers from cheek swabs from each of us produced identical results for 36 of the 37 markers and only differed by 1 for Richard Bullard on the 33rd marker.  Richard had a value of 17 where Bill and I had 16. 

       

      The following Table developed by Bruce Walsh, Ph.D., noted population geneticist from the University of Arizona , was provided us with our test results.

       

      Number of

      matching

      markers

      50 % probability that the MRCA lived no longer ago than this number of generations

      90 % probability that the MRCA lived no longer ago than this number of generations

      95 % probability that the MRCA lived no longer ago than this number of generations

      37 of 37

      2

      5

      7

      36 of 37

      4

      8

      10

      35 of 37

      6

      12

      14

       

      Those tested so far are:

      William Richard Bullard known as Richard   Home: Stuttgart , AR ……….likely 6 gen to MRCA

      Claudie B. Bullard known as Bill  Home   North Richland Hills, TX……  5 gen to MRCA

      Spencer Ardell Bullard known as Spence      Home: Lakewood , CO …     ..4 gen to MRCA

       

      We believe based on the results of the test that our MRCA (most recent common ancestor) is Nathan Bullard b. abt. 1765 in Duplin County, NC, son of William Bullard b. abt 1725 and whose genealogy has been document in the book, “William and Nathan Bullard Family History and Genealogy”, by Spencer Ardell Bullard, published in Lakewood, CO in 2004.

       

      We are currently researching with Richard to find the probable connection to the Nathan and Sarah (Stroud) Bullard Family.  This Family had 8 sons and 3 daughters.  The daughter names are unknown.  The sons were:

      Wright b. 1797 in Duplin County , NC ;

      William4 b. abt 1800 in Anson County , NC ;

       Nathan2 b. in Chesterfield County , SC ;

      twins Asa and Elijah b. 1806 in Chesterfield County , SC ;

      John b. 1810 in Chesterfield County , SC ;

      Stroud b. 1814 in NC;

      And Lorenzo Dow b. in 1816 in TN.

       

      We believe we have found the link between second son Williamr4 and Richard’s Family line.  Bill’s Family line is through sixth son John.  Spence’s Family line is through eighth son Lorenzo Dow.

       

      Time and place considerations lead us to suspect a connection to the second son, William4 Bullard, whom we believe was born abt. 1800 in Anson County, NC.  This William4 Bullard family is identified as the William Bullard family found on page 9 of the Henderson County, TN census of 1830.  The census shows the family with 1 male and 1 female in age group 20 to 30; 2 males age 5 to 10; and 1 male and 2 females age 0 to5.  (Note: these children were born between 1820-1830)  The only name is in the census is William as head of household.  The two Nathan Bullard Families found in that census with William were believed to be his father, Nathan1 and his brother named Nathan2 Bullard.

       

      This William4 Bullard family was not found in any subsequent census and therefore not further documented in my book.

       

      Richard has traced his ancestors back to about 1848 when his great grandfather John Hilder Bullard was born in Tishomingo County in the very NE corner of Mississippi .  This is about 50 to 60 miles south of Henderson County , TN where in 1830 census William4 Bullard Family along with his brother Nathan2 and their parents Nathan1 and Sarah (Stroud) Bullard are found.

       

      Richard’s gg-grandfather has been identified as Hilder Green Bullard born in NC in 1828.  This information is not well documented and is likely family hearsay.  Earlier generations are also not well documented but identify a John Bullard b. 1792 in Sumter County , SC as father of Hilder Green Bullard. 

       

      The following is excerpted from the first 3 generations of Richard’s Family Genealogy

      This Family is known as Family # 22 in Shirley Moefield’s BULLARD NEWSLETTERS.  (See issues for Sept. 1998 and Dec. 1998.)

       

      Generation No. 1

       

      1.  BULLARD11.

           

      Children of BULLARD are:

      2.                i.    JOHN2 BULLARD, b. 1792, Sumter County, South Carolina; d. Texas.

      3.               ii.    BENJAMIN BULLARD, b. 1793, SC/Tenn; d. Abt. 1840, Tishomingo County, Mississippi (Iuka).

       

       

      Generation No. 2

       

      2.  JOHN2 BULLARD (BULLARD1)1 was born 1792 in Sumter County, South Carolina1, and died  in Texas1.  He married REBECCA FORTENBERY1.  She was born 1796 in South Carolina1.

       

      More About JOHN BULLARD:

      Residence: 15 Jun 1860, John and Rebecca Bullard were living near Cypress Township, Upshur County, Texas (Gilmer), with Benjamin, Jasper and Martha.2

           

      Children of JOHN BULLARD and REBECCA FORTENBERY are:

                         i.    SARAH "SALLIE"3 BULLARD3, b. 1818, Alabama4; m. (1) MOSLEY HUSBAND OF SARAH "SALLIE" BULLARD5; m. (2) JOHN MCCLURE5, 01 Apr 18635.

       

      More About JOHN MCCLURE and SARAH BULLARD:

      Marriage: 01 Apr 18635

       

      4.               ii.    WILLIAM HENRY BULLARD, b. 1822, Alabama; d. 08 Jun 1904, Tishomingo County, Mississippi (Iuka).

      5.             iii.    CALVIN CULLEE BULLARD, b. 16 Apr 1824, Alabama; d. 26 May 1882, Madison County, Texas (Madisonville).

      6.              iv.    PETER ANDREW BULLARD, b. 1828, Tennessee.

      7.                v.    HILDER GREEN BULLARD, b. 1829, North Carolina.

      8.              vi.    BENJAMIN "BENJ" BULLARD, b. 1830, Tennessee.

      9.             vii.    JASPER P. BULLARD, b. 1833, Tennessee.

      10.          viii.    NEWTON BULLARD, b. 1833, Tennessee.

                       ix.    MARTHA BULLARD6, b. 1835, Tishomingo County, Mississippi (Iuka)6; d. unmarried6.

       

      More About MARTHA BULLARD:

      Residence: 24 Jun 1880, Martha was living with her brother J. P. Jasper Bullard, in Rains County, Texas (Enory)7

       

       

       

      SKIPS TO GENERATION 3:

       

      6. PETER ANDREW3 BULLARD (JOHN2, BULLARD1)71 was born 1828 in Tennessee71.  He married (1) MARY E. CURTIS71.    He married (2) JANE SECOND WIFE OF PETER ANDREW BULLARD72.  She was born Abt. 185072.

       

      More About PETER ANDREW BULLARD:

      Occupation: 18 Aug 1860, Peter Andrew was farming near Holley Spring, Wood County, Texas73

           

      Children of PETER BULLARD and MARY CURTIS are:

      24.              i.    JOHN H.4 BULLARD, b. 1849, Tishomingo County, Mississippi (Iuka); d. Marked Tree, Prentiss County, Mississippi .

                        ii.    ELIZA "LOUISA" BULLARD, b. 1851, Mississippi.

                      iii.    C

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    • sbullard@att.net
      Hi Vicki, It is good to hear from you. I hope you have had some success in your searches for ancestors. You can find most answers to your DNA questions at
      Message 2 of 15 , Oct 22, 2008
         
         
        Hi Vicki,  It is good to hear from you.  I hope you have had some success in your searches for ancestors.
         
        You can find most answers to your DNA questions at www.familytreedna.com.
         
        The tests we took were the 37 marker at cost of $259.00 per test.  We needed that refinement.
         
        Spence Bullard
         
         
      • jamesr23@juno.com
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        Message 3 of 15 , Nov 3, 2009

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          Message 4 of 15 , Nov 3, 2009
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            > you have some kind of casino email coming from you bbullard address to
            > me. please check you computor for bugs.
            thanks,
            ann

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