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Elisha Howell Shepard
(1801-1877)
Abigail Kidder Gray
(1805-1884)
Darius S. Cole
(Abt 1797-1871)
Oscar E. Shepard
(Abt 1837-1893)
Laura Cole
(Abt 1841-)
Abigail (Abbie) Louisa Shepard
(1865-)

 

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Thomas Hoover Bulla

Abigail (Abbie) Louisa Shepard

  • Born: Sep 1865, New York
  • Marriage: Thomas Hoover Bulla on 1 Dec 1893 in Youngstown, Ohio
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bullet  Noted events in her life were:

Occupation: Oswego Daily Times, Monday, 14 Nov 1883, Oswego Town, Oswego, New York. Accepted a Position In Youngstown, Ohio.

Miss Abby L. Shepard, daughter of our well known townsman, Oscar E. Shepard, left this morning on the 6:50 train on the R. W. & O. R. R. for Youngstown, Ohio where she will take a very fine position in the public schools in that city. Miss Shepard has been teaching in primary school No. 13, on West Fourth street, Fifth ward, for the last three years and was well liked. She is a very competent teacher. It is reported that Mrs. F. H. Grant of the Stebbins kindergarten school will take Miss Shepard's place at School No 13 and Miss Parmalee will have Mrs. Grant's position in the kindergarten.

Marriage Banns: OSWEGO DAILY TIMES- SUNDAY, 1 Dec 1893, Oswego Town, Oswego, New York. OSWEGO DAILY TIMES- SUNDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1893
Bulla-Shepard.
A very quiet wedding took place at St. John's church in Youngstown, Ohio, last Wednesday, November 29th. Miss Abbie Louisa Shepard, daughter of the late O. L. Shepard of Oswego, was united in marriage to Mr. Thomas H. Bulla, superintendent of the schools of Youngstown, Ohio. Mrs. Bulla is one of Oswego's brightest and most talented young ladies. Before leaving a year or two ago to accept a position as teacher in a school in Youngstown, she taught for some time in Oswego schools. She has a large circle of friends in Oswego who express best wishes for her happiness. Mrs. Bulla's mother, Mrs. O. E. Shepard, and sister, Miss Mabel Shepard, have gone to Youngstown, and they expect to make it their home for the winter.

Residence: From 1930 Census, 1930, Detroit, Wayne, Michigan. name: Abbie L Bulla
event: Census
event date: 1930
event place: Detroit (Districts 0501-0750), Wayne, Michigan
gender: Female
age: 46
marital status: Widowed
race: White
birthplace: New York
estimated birth year: 1884
immigration year:
relationship to head of household: Head
father's birthplace: New York
mother's birthplace: New York
enumeration district number: 521
family number: 26
sheet number and letter: 15B
line number: 84
nara publication: T626, roll 1053
film number: 2340788
digital folder number: 4609293
image number: 441
Household Gender Age Birthplace
son Ralph D Bulla M 26 Ohio
head Abbie L Bulla F 46 New York


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Abigail married Thomas Hoover Bulla, son of Hiram Bulla and Elizabeth Staberg, on 1 Dec 1893 in Youngstown, Ohio. (Thomas Hoover Bulla was born on 8 Sep 1846 in Richmond, Wayne County, Indiana and died on 5 Nov 1923 in Youngstown, Mahoning County, Ohio.)

bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:

Marriage Banns: OSWEGO DAILY TIMES- SUNDAY, 1 Dec 1893, Youngstown, Ohio. Bulla-Shepard.
A very quiet wedding took place at St. John's church in Youngstown, Ohio, last Wednesday, November 29th. Miss Abbie Louisa Shepard, daughter of the late O. L. Shepard of Oswego, was united in marriage to Mr. Thomas H. Bulla, superintendent of the schools of Youngstown, Ohio. Mrs. Bulla is one of Oswego's brightest and most talented young ladies. Before leaving a year or two ago to accept a position as teacher in a school in Youngstown, she taught for some time in Oswego schools. She has a large circle of friends in Oswego who express best wishes for her happiness. Mrs. Bulla's mother, Mrs. O. E. Shepard, and sister, Miss Mabel Shepard, have gone to Youngstown, and they expect to make it their home for the winter.



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