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Bullock, L. C., was born in Worth, N. Y. August 16, 1842, a son of Leonard and Martha (Gillett) Bullock. Leonard Bullock wasanative of Worth, a son of Leonard, who came from Rhode Island to Oneida county, and to Worth in 1802 on a farm, which has always remained in the family. He also built a saw mill on the farm. They had four sons and eight daughters. He died in 1828 aged fifty-five years; his wife died in 1860 aged eighty-two years. Mr. Bullock's father was born in 1817 and was one of the leading farmers of the town. He served in the Patriot war; he was a Democrat and highway commissioner for many years. He died August 1, 1888, and his wife September 17, 1888. L. C. Bullock was reared on a farm and educated in the common schools. He is a farmer and owns 130 acres of land, with a dairy of eighteen cows. January 1, 1862, he married Eliza Coggswell, born in Oneida county, and daughter of John and Eliza Coggswell, and they had four children: Mary E., wife of Fred M. Moore; Lizzie P., wife of C. M. Barnard; Julia E., wife of Burt Bullock, and Lottie E. They attend and support the M. E. church.

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