Ebenezer Bullard

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  • Date: 13 Oct 1685
  • Location: Medfield, Norfolk, MA, British Empire

Immediate Ancestors

Immediate Descendants

With Susanna Weston

  • John Bullard (b about 1711 in Medfield, Norfolk, MA - 23 Apr 1746 in Keene NH)
  • Ebenezer Bullard Jr (b about 1713 in Medfield, Norfolk, MA)
  • Joshua Bullard (b 25 Nov 1716 in Medfield, Norfolk, MA - 4 Sep 1792 in Medfield, Norfolk, MA)
  • Joseph Bullard (b 16 Jan 1717/18/19 in Medfield, Norfolk, MA - 3 Mar 1792 in Mason, NH)
  • Sarah Bullard (b 5 Mar 1720 in Medfield, Norfolk, MA - 13 Sep 1721 in Medfield, Norfolk, MA)
  • Susanna Bullard (b 28 Oct 1722 in Medfield, Norfolk, MA)
  • Nathan Bullard (b 3 Dec 1725 in Medfield, Norfolk, MA)
  • Sarah Bullard (b 12 May 1728 in Medfield, Norfolk, MA)
  • Hezekiah Bullard
  • Keziah Bullard (b 27 Jun 1730 in Medfield, Norfolk, MA - 18 Oct 1730 in Medfield, Norfolk, MA)
  • Rachel Bullard (23 Sep 1732 in Medfield, Norfolk, MA - 30 Jun 1775)

Places Lived

  • Medfield, MA



  • Date: 28 Nov 1765
  • Location: Medfield, Norfolk, MA, British Empire

Biographical Information

  • Colonial War; served Medfield, MA and Dover, MA Town Military company "training and guarding."
  • "EBENEZER BULLARD, son of Joseph and Sarah Bullard, was born in Medfield, Massachusetts, October 13, 1685, and died there November 28, 1765. He married about 1710, Susanna Weston, daughter of John and Sarah (Fitch) Weston of Reading. She was born June 18, 1686, in "the district of Cape Ann," and died in Medfield June 4, 1763. Ebenezer Bullard lived most of his life in the vicinity of Medfield, but very little is found on record there concerning him, and he doubtless lived at times in the nearby parishes. In 1742 he was admitted to full communion in the church, and in 1750 the town records show that he was given permission to build a small house on the town's land, but there is no subsequent record of his having done so." (from Rootsweb Doneva Shepard)
  • Son John Bullard was killed by Indians in Keene NH 23 Apr 1746