Matthaus Gottfried Bullitschek (B7)
Matthaus Gottfried Bullitschek (B7) was born 19 Mar 1778 at
the Bullitschek farm near Germantown, Stokes Co., NC. The Bethania Church Book records, "Mathhaus Gottfried, Joseph Ferdinand and Maria Charlotta Buitschek's little son
born the 19th of March of this year, baptized the 22nd of the same month in an
open meeting in Bethania by Br. John Jac. Ernst. Sponsors
were Philipp and Maria Magdalena Transou
and Gottfried Grabs." He was
bondsman for the marriage of his sister Elizabeth Bolejack (B4) to William
Francis in 1798. He received $150 from
the estate of his brother Joseph Bolejack in 1846. He married Martha Francis (B7/W/, born __ ___
17__ in __________ Co., __., daughter of __________ and _________ (_________)
Francis) on __ ___ 1800 (?) in __________
A Matthew Bolejack signed a petition on 28 July 1806 from the citizens of Carter Co., TN. for a wagon road "from the boundary line of North Carolina, at or near Roanes Creek Iron Works , about . . . four miles across the Stone Mountain, to meet the road leading down the south fork of Roane Creek by siad works to Edward Smith's, and from thence opening about two and one-half miles to join the main road on Watauja through Elizabethton (TN.) . . . . By the Occonomicald disposition of two hundred dollars combined with our own exertions, we will be enabled to effect the opening of the road."
A Matthew Bolijack (age 50-60) with 1 female under 5 (__________), 1 female 20-30 (__________), and 1 female 50-60 (Martha) appeared in 1830 Warren Co., TN. census. They had no slaves. Beside them appeared Samuel Bolejack with 1 male 15-20 (Samuel), 1 female 20-30 (his wife ?) and 1 female under 5 (their child ?). This is assumed to be Matthew's son.
Matthew died __ ___ 18__ in __________