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Bullis, Charles 1828-1863

BULLIS

Posted By: Linda Ziemann, volunteer (email)
Date: 10/27/2014 at 09:38:47

Sioux Valley News, December 31, 1891
(Sioux County Iowa)

LOCAL COMMENT:
We hear that Chas. Bullis, of Kingsley, is dead. Bullis was a prominent G.A.R. man, well known here. We are entirely without particulars of his death.
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LeMars Semi-Weekly Sentinel
January 1, 1892

KINGSLEY: (Special Correspondence)
Died, Tuesday, December 29, 1891, Mr. Charles Bullis. Mr. Bullis had been in poor health for sometime and being quite advanced in years, he had not the constitution to withstand serious illness. Mr. Bullis was one of the pioneers of this county having located near where the town of Quorn was afterwards built. For many years he was without easy access to towns or railroads. Like a mighty oak that stood the storms of many years, he has had to yield at last to the relentless hand of time. The funeral occurred Wednesday at the M.E. church, conducted by Rev. Yerger. Everybody sympathizes with the afflicted family.
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Plymouth County Court House
Death Records Book #1, Pg 83

BULLIS, Charley
Died 29 Dec 1891, Kingsley, IA
Age: 63 yrs, 6 mos
Male
White
Blacksmith
Cause of death: Brights Disease
Born New York
Buried 30 Dec 1891, Elkhorn Township


 

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