History of Greene County,
JESSE ULLOM, merchant, Rogersville,
Penn.—Among the substantial business men of Rogersville, we take
mentioning Jesse Ullom, who was born in Greene County June 20, 1836. He is a son of Daniel T. and Anna (Johnson)
Ullom, who were natives of Greene County,
resided until Mr. Ullom’s death, in October, 1881.
His widow survives him. This union
was blessed with twelve children,
nine of whom are living—three sons and six daughters.
On March 29, 1861, Jesse was united in marriage
with Phoebe Morris, who was born in this county November
11, 1843. She is a daughter of Ephraim
and Martha Morris, both deceased. Mr.
and Mrs. Morris were the parents of ten children, of whom eight are
living. Mr. and Mrs. Ullom have a family
children, four living, viz., Thomas M., Mattie A., John T. and Jesse F. The deceased are Fannie L. and two
infants. Mr. Ullom has been engaged in
farming and merchandising all his life.
He owns forty-seven acres of land, nice property in Rogersville,
general country store. In 1881 he was
elected to the office of justice of the peace in Center Township,
and has been serving in that capacity ever since. He
and wife are active members of the Methodist Protestant
History of Greene
Samuel P. Bates
Nelson, Rishforth & Co., Chicago.
Transcribed by Annette Bame Peebles
The Greene County,
Biographies Project –
Date of Transcription: 16 June 2007
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