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040    BULLINGTON FAMILY

      Location - on Plantation Dr, Axton.

      Coordinates: 36d 40m 02.1s N; 79d 40m 18.8s W Click here for Google maps

      Survey by Mike K. Williams and Chris Hanks in 2006.


  1. Austin, Missie   (b. 26 Apr 1860 - d. 28 Sep 1901)
      • Wife of L. B. Austin
  2. Bullington, Ada   (b. 25 Oct 1889 - d. 8 Dec 1932)
  3. Bullington, Charlie L.   (b. 5 Jan 1879 - d. 3 Jul 1905)
      • Husband of Leona A. Bullington
  4. Bullington, Ethel Green   (b. 16 Oct 1875 - d. 28 Apr 1904)
      • Wife of W. F. Bullington
  5. Bullington, Ira Fletcher   (b. 7 Apr 1876 - d. 23 Dec 1954)
      • Husband of Josie Davis Bullington
  6. Bullington, Josie Davis   (b. 26 Sep 1883 - d. 18 Feb 1994)
      • Wife of Ira Fletcher Bullington
  7. Bullington, Leona A.   (b. 21 May 1883 - d. 27 Mar 1962)
      • Wife of Charlie L. Bullington
  8. Bullington, Lucy H.   (b. 4 May 1854 - d. 30 Jan 1905)
      • Wife of Sidney B. Bullington
  9. Bullington, Sidney B.   (b. 28 Oct 1851 - d. 15 Jan 1941)
      • Husband of Lucy H. Bullington
  10. Norman, James D.   (b. 5 Sep 1874 - d. 5 Mar 1914)
      • Husband of Sallie B. Norman
  11. Norman, Sallie B.   (b. 17 Nov 1880 - d. 16 May 1959)
      • Wife of James D. Norman


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