Nancy and John Bullard: North Carolina to Tennessee

In my search for John Bullard's parents, I came across Nancy and John Bullard who lived in Columbus and Robeson counties in North Carolina and later lived in Cannon and DeKalb counties in Tennessee. Using my grand uncle's Ancestry DNA test, I discovered we are closely related to this couple. I have created a records …

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Mary Emaline

Mary Emaline, my fourth-great-grandmother, was the first wife of Bartemus Pack (read more about him here). User-created family trees on Ancestry.com listed her maiden name as Hildreth, but I haven't found any proof of it yet. On the 1850 census and the 1860 mortality schedule, her name is listed as Mary. On the death certificate …

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Nannie Bullard Carrell

Nancy Jane "Nannie" Bullard was my great-great-grandmother. I never met her, as she died in 1955, but I do have a few good photos of her. Having photos of someone always sparks my curiosity even more about that person. I've also talked to several cousins descended from Nannie and wanted to record what I know …

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Bartemus Pack, Civil War Casualty

My fourth great-grandfather, Bartemus Pack, lost his life in Shelbyville, Tennessee during the civil war. If I had to find one positive thing about Bartemus' untimely death, it's that at least we know his final resting place. He is buried in Willow Mount Cemetery in Shelbyville. It's on my bucket list of places to visit …

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