BULLIS HOUSE

Program
NYS Historic
Subject
People
Location
1727 Canandaigua Road, Macedon, NY, USA
Lat/Long
43.070471, -77.320468
Grant Recipient
Town of Macedon
Historic Marker

BULLIS HOUSE

Inscription

BULLIS HOUSE
BUILT BY CHARLES H. BULLIS
CA. 1839. CAMP BULLIS IN
TEXAS NAMED FOR GRANDSON
GEN. JOHN L. BULLIS WHO
RESIDED HERE IN HIS YOUTH.
WILLIAM G. POMEROY FOUNDATION 2016

Brigadier General John L. Bullis lived in this house with his grandparents from ca. 1857 until ca. 1860 when he attended Macedon Academy. A Civil War veteran, Bullis had been a prisoner of war after the Battle of Gettysburg. According to his May 27, 1911 obituary in the New York Times, Bullis was with General Nelson A. Miles when he took Geronimo, the famous Apache chief, into custody in 1886.