By Harold Douglas Willis
5800 Lumberdale #9
Houston, TX 77092-1509
Charles Washington Bullock was born 16 Jan 1824 in Copiah Co., Mississippi, the son of Lemuel
Bullock and Martha Day Bullock. Charles died of a heart attack/stroke in Beaumont, Jefferson
Co., Texas on 16 Jun 1902. He was buried in the Magnolia Cemetery in Woodville, Tyler Co.,
He married first to Isabella Martha Scott about 1844, probably in Sabine County, Texas. Isabella
was born about 1820 in Copiah County, Mississippi and died in 1865 in Woodville, Tyler County,
Texas. Their children were:
1. Winfield Scott Bullock
2. Emma A. Bullock
3. W. S. Bullock
4. Charles Washington Bullock Jr.
5. Martha I. Bullock
He married second to Jane Elizabeth Barclay in January 1866.
Condensed from National Archive Microfilm# 323, Roll# 119: Charles W. Bullock, Capt. Co. G,
24th Texas Cavalry (Wilkes Reg't., 2nd Texas Lancers, 2nd Reg't. Carter's Brigade). Enlisted Dec.,
1861, mustered 11 April 1862 at "Camp Carter near Hempstead" . . . "captured Fort Hindman
[NA records also call this Arkansas Pass], Ark. Jan 11, 1863 & transferred from Camp Chase,
Ohio to F. Delaware, Del.; paroled & forwarded to City Point for exchange April 29, 1863."
"Transferred to Trans Mississippi Dept. 1st Aug 1863 by order of Genl Bragg."
Letter dated November 24, 1864 reads as follows:
Beaumont Nov 28, 1864
You will please bring your entire Reserve Corp to this county on Tuesday the 6 day of December
C. W. Bullock
Capt. & C.O.
© Ron Brothers and Harold Douglas Willis. All Rights Reserved, 1999.
Return to Biographies Return to Confederate Soldiers of Northeast Texas
Return to Biographies
Return to Confederate Soldiers of Northeast Texas