Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

John Bullen (d. 3/12/1764)
MSA SC 3520-13908
Mayor of Annapolis, 1749-50, 57-58


Married Sarah Guida, March 2, 1741/2. One known son, John. Died in Annapolis, March 12, 1764.

A founding member of the Tuesday Club of Annapolis, a social and intellectual club of prominent Annapolitans. Commissioner of the Paper Currency Officer, appointed by Governor Sharpe in 1753, to replace Robert Gordon. Appointed judges of a special Court of Oyer and Terminer, 1754. Alderman, City of Annapolis. Commission of the Peace, Anne Arundel County. Captain, City Independent Company.

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