DANIEL C. BULLOCK, farmer, contractor and builder, located on sec. 26, Deerfield Tp., was born in the Dominion of Canada, May 5, 1828. His parents, Ira and Betsey Bullock, are now residents of Canada; father a native of the State of New York, and mother of Canada.
Mr. Bullock remained a resident of his native place until 1863, the year in which he located in Deerfield Tp. He bought 40 acres of land in an entirely uncultivated state, built a log house, and has so perservered in his labors that he has 31 acres under the plow, and has erected a good frame house, in which he resides. In political sentiment he is a Republican.
Mr. Bullock was married Feb. 22, 1859, in Canada, to Sarah, daughter of Ephraim and Sarah (Roszell) Burss, native of Canada, who finally emigrated to Allegan County, and thee resided until the father's dath. The mother resides with her son-in-law, Henry Mills of Deerfield. Mrs. Bullock was born in Canada, Oct. 28, 1833. Of seven children born of this marriage, three are living, born as follows: Ira E., Dec. 10, 1859; Charlie E., Aug. 19, 1867; Franklin D., March 10, 1870; Minnie L., born June 21, 1862, died July 17, 1866; Alma M., Sept. 10, 1864, died July 25, 1866; Eddie G., Sept. 18, 1869, died Nov. 23, 1869; Johnnie S., Sept. 8, 1872, died March 28, 1881. The eldest son is the owner of 40 acres of land adjoining his father's farm; was married in Deerfield Tp., Aug. 22, 1882, to Lena, daughter of William H. and Martha M. (Wilson) Kuhn, born Feb. 18, 1862, in Livingston Co., Mich.; removed to Mecosta Co in the spring of 1882. P.O., Rustford.