Lowensteyn Family

Samuel Bullock (3)Age: 50 years17811832

Samuel Bullock (3)
Birth November 16, 1781 38 30
Death of a fatherWilliam Bullock (3)
August 19, 1785 (Age 3 years)
MarriagePolly HarrisView this family
December 25, 1803 (Age 22 years)
Birth of a son
Lyman Bullock
October 2, 1805 (Age 23 years)

Birth of a daughter
Mary Ann Bullock
February 11, 1806 (Age 24 years)

Birth of a son
Lewis Bullock
February 14, 1809 (Age 27 years)

Birth of a son
William Harris Bullock
November 22, 1810 (Age 29 years)
Death of a paternal grandfatherWilliam Bullock (2)
December 10, 1810 (Age 29 years)
Birth of a son
Thomas Horace Bullock
February 14, 1817 (Age 35 years)

Birth of a son
Lovell Samuel Bullock
January 15, 1819 (Age 37 years)
Marriage of a childLyman BullockFanny TenneyView this family
October 7, 1821 (Age 39 years)
Birth of a daughter
Louisa Bullock
August 1, 1822 (Age 40 years)
Death of a motherMiriam Whitney
January 29, 1825 (Age 43 years)

Marriage of a childAndrew BangleMary Ann BullockView this family
December 8, 1829 (Age 48 years)
Death of a wifePolly Harris
April 1831 (Age 49 years)
Marriage of a childCharles BangleMary Ann BullockView this family
1832 (Age 50 years)
Death May 16, 1832 (Age 50 years)
Family with parents - View this family
William Bullock (3)
Birth: March 26, 1743 26 26Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
Death: August 19, 1785Guilford, Vermont, U.S.A.
Marriage: September 29, 1769Petersham, Worcester County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
12 years
Family with Polly Harris - View this family
Marriage: December 25, 1803Brattleboro, Vermont, U.S.A.
21 months
4 months
3 years
21 months
6 years
23 months
Lovell Samuel Bullock
Birth: January 15, 1819 37 34Jericho, Chittendon Co VT.
Death: September 2, 1888Abbotsford, QC.
4 years


Most of the records found on this family are from the St. Paul d'Abbotsford QC Anglican Church Records.

Samuel probably settled in Canada following his older brother, William, who moved there in 1801. Many Vermont families went to lower Canada when land became available. Stanstead QC was chartered in 1800 and there were 20,000 acres of land for sale. In 1819, Samuel was of Yamaska Mt. QC, in a part later called Abbotsford, St. Hyacinth District, QC and was a physician. Nothing has been found about his education and he may not have gone to a medical school but was taught by another physician, which was common in those early days. The family still seemed to have strong ties to the United States and two of Samuel's sons, Lyman and Lewis, moved back to Vermont and both served in the Civil War on the Union side.