Bulmore Family Reunions

About 1920-? - The Bulmore (Bulemore) family reunions were begun with the descendants of James Bulemore (1816-1894) who had 9 children by two wives. The descendants of the first wife, Matilda Dix (1821-), were born in England. Most of their descendants live in Michigan with a couple of very small branches that have since ended in New York. I'm descended from his second wife, Anna Powers (1827-1910) from Ireland. She bore him 4 children in Western New York including Timothy J. Bulmore. Most of their families are in New York.

1939-1942 - This reunion includes the descendants of Timothy J. Bulmore (1862-1945), son of the above James, and Carrie Melvina Hill (1863-1930). They had 11 children with 3 sons and 5 daughters reaching adulthood. These reunions ended in 1942 due to gas rationing.

1961-Present - The revived Bulmore reunions were organized by their daughter G. Marion Bulmore Hadley and a grandaughter Gladys Bulmore Wiggins while both were living in Buffalo at the time.

Past Bulmore Family Reunions

2004 Reunion

DATE: Saturday, 24th of July 2004

PLACE: Home of Tom & Tina Wiggins, 5172 South Street, Leicester, NY

DIRECTIONS: Take exit 46 (I-390) off the NYS Thruway South
            Exit 390 at the Geneseo Rt 20A exit
            Turn right on 20A. Travel about 10 miles to Leister.
            Turn left on South Street

            Filtered Ice water
            Table needs (plates, plastic ware, napkins, etc.)
            Hot Dogs & Hamburgs

            Dish to pass
            Your Beverage
            Family photos for the album

CHARGE: Typically less than $5 per family. (Usually decided at the meeting based on the costs incurred during the last year.)

Why should you come?
            1. To see all your cousins again.
            2. The younger members play volleyball or ?
            3. Lots of YUMMY food.
            4. Several scrapbooks with photos of previous reunions done with the oldest and youngest and by generations. Early scrap books have newspapers clips of deaths, marriages and other important events.

COPYRIGHT © 2004 Bob & Betty Hales