Bulla, Jennie Pumeroy

Miss Jennie Bulla, 1919.

Jennie Pumeroy Bulla, Guilford College, 1911.

 

 

Faculty 1918-1919,
English, French, Pedagogy

Birth: Feb. 7, 1885, Randolph County, North Carolina,
Death: Jun. 19, 1964, Trinidad, Las Animas, Colorado

Parents:
Daniel Webster Bulla (1852-1935)
Letitia Emily Allred Bulla (1854-1920)

Siblings:
Dora Bulla Redding (1879 – 1953)
Lena Elma Bulla Cole (1880 – 1967)
Dovey Bird Bulla Brookshire (1882 – 1962)
Baud Baxter Bulla (1883-1962)
Lillie Elliotte Bulla (1889 – 1977)
William Oscar Bulla (1891 – 1972)
Daniel Robert Bulla (1895 – 1975)

Spouse:
Robert Clark Welborn (1866-1952)
Married: 07 May 1930

Burial:
Marlboro Friends Meeting Cemetery
Sophia, Randolph County, North Carolina, USA

Source: www.findagrave.com, # 183827686.

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The Concord Times (Concord, NC) 15 Aug 1918, p.2.

MONT AMOENA SEMINARY.
Every Prospect of Opening With a Full Enrollment

The Seminary has every prospect of opening September 11th with a full enrollment. The number of old students returning is as usual gratifying and the inquiries of new students are in liberal number. The management is happy to announce two new members of the faculty. Miss Natalie Rugheimer, graduate of Meminger Normal School of Charleston, S. C., 1910, graduate of Elizabeth College Conservatory of Music 1912, with six years successful teaching experience, will be director of the music department. Miss Rugheimer has studied singing under Emma Strout, product and teacher of the Old Italian School of Singing, and for two years was accompanist of the Musical Art Club of 100 voices, a well known club of Charleston. She comes to Mont Amoena with a most favorable recommendation.

In the work of English, French, and Pedagogy, the services of Miss Jennie Bulla, A. B. Guilford College, have been secured. Miss Bulla has been engaged in teaching for several years and will take up this work in the Seminary with the highest endorsements. The other members of the faculty will return. Mont Amoena is ready to serve her patrons in the all-important work of education and to serve solidly and satisfactorily.

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The High Point Enterprise (High Point, NC), June 21, 1964, p. 6C

Mrs. Clark Welborn

RANDLEMAN – Mrs. Jennie Bulla Welborn, 79, of Gunnison, Colo., and a former resident of Randolph County, died in a Trinidad, Colo., nursing home Friday. She had been in declining health for three years and was seriously ill six weeks.

She was the wife of the late Clark Welborn and a daughter of Daniel Webster and Letitia Allred Bulla. She taught school in both North Carolina and Colorado for many years.

Survivors include two brothers, Oscar Bulla of Graham and Robert Bulla of Sophia; and two sisters, Mrs. Lena Cole and Miss Lillie Bulla, both of Charlotte.

Funeral will be held at 4 p.m. Wednesday in Marlboro Friends Meeting, with Rev. Bobby Medford, church, pastor, officiating. Burial will follow in the church cemetery. The body will arrive at Pugh Funeral Home Tuesday morning and will be placed in the church 30 minutes prior to the service.

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