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Home person: William Banner Pullum (1871 – 1929)

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William Banner Pullum (1871 – 1929) had 9 children.
4 died in infancy and 3 were daughters.

The elder surviving son, William Banner Pullum (1903 – 1983) had 6 children.
4 of them were daughters and one son died before he was a year old.
The eldest son, William Banner Pullum (1926 – 1949) had one daughter (still living) before he died aged 23.

The youngest son of William Banner Pullum (1871 – 1929) was James Pullum (1908 – 2001)
he had 4 children the eldest son died in infancy. He had a daughter (still living) and 2 other sons.
The elder of the 2, Alan Raymond Pullum (1938 – ) had 2 sons who are still living. One has one daughter and the other 2 daughters that I am aware of.
The younger, was James Richard Pullum (1943 – 2015) and he had one son and one daughter. Both are living but I do not think the son has married.

Therefore this line may not continue.

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Home person: Frederick John Pullum (1876 – 1938)


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Frederick John Pullum (1876 – 1938) was married twice but did not have any children with his second wife. With his first wife, he had 11 children.
2 died as infants and 4 were daughters.

Of his sons, Alfred Pullum (1906 – 1964) and Henry George Pullum (1916 – 1992) did not marry and Richard John Pullum (1917 – 1942) died at sea during WWII and was not married either.

The eldest child was Frederick William Pullum (1898 – 1969) who had one daughter and one son (may still be living), who also had a son and a daughter. They are still living but I do not think they have any offspring.

The other son, William Banner Alexander Pullum (1912 – 1992) also had one daughter and one son (living). This son has only one daughter.

Therefore this line is probably not going to continue.

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Home person: Henry Alfred Pullum (1873 – 1948)


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Henry Alfred Pullum (1873 – 1948), was known as Roger and had 6 children.
One died in infancy, 3 were daughters.

Frederick James Pullum (1907 – 1981) was married but only had step-children.
Albert Edward Pullum (1904 – 1982) had 2 daughters only.

Henry Alfred Pullum (1902 – 1953) was known as Harry and had 4 children.
One died in infancy. 2 were daughters.
His surviving son, Ivor Henry Pullum (1932 – 2003) had 4 daughters.
One died before a year old.
However the name Pullum has continued in this family because
(i) Ivor’s middle daughter had 3 children and although their births were not registered with the name Pullum, her 2 sons at least are using Pullum as part of a double-barrelled name.
(ii) the youngest daughter of Ivor has a daughter with the surname Pullum.

Therefore it is possible that Pullum may continue in this line.

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Home person: George James Pullum (1876 – 1954)


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George James Pullum (1876 – 1954) had 5 children.
2 died in infancy. One was a daughter.
Leonard Alfred Pullum (1907 – 1997) had 2 daughters (living) but no sons.

George Henry Pullum (1903 – 1967) had a son (living) who has 4 daughters but no sons.

Therefore this line will not continue.

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Home person: Charles (Albert) James Pullum (1879 – 1959)


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Charles (Albert) James Pullum (1879 – 1959) had 5 children.
2 died as children. One was a daughter.

Eldest son Alexander John Pullum (1906 – 1980) had one son Ian Pullum (1941 – 1999)
Ian had a daughter and a son (both living). The son has 2 sons.

Youngest son Herbert James Pullum (1914 – 1996) had one daughter and two sons.
Herbert’s eldest son Alec Pullum (1945 – 1990) had a daughter and a son (both living). The son  has a son not yet of age.
Herbert youngest son is still living and has been married twice but has only one daughter.

Therefore this line continues.

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Home person: Thomas Frederick Pullum (1881 – 1959)


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Thomas Frederick Pullum (1881 – 1959) had two daughters (one who died soon after birth) and two sons.
Thomas Frederick Pullum (1908 – 1978) had only one daughter (living).

William Alfred Pullum (1910 – 1995) had two sons, one of which died as a child, the other is living and has one daughter and a son, neither are married.

Therefore this line may continue.

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Home person: Frederick James Pullum (1888 – 1936)


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Frederick James Pullum (1888 – 1936) had one daughter and two sons.

Frederick Redvers Pullum (1916 – 2001) had two sons (both living).
The eldest has no children.
The youngest has two daughters and a son, but they have no children.

Kenneth Lionel Short Pullum (1924 – 2015) had 3 daughters and two sons (all living)
One of the daughters has 3 (maybe 5) children, of which one died as a baby. One of her sons and a daughter have double-barelled names which include the name Pullum.

One of Kenneth’s son is unmarried.
The other has a daughter and a son but the son’s surname if double-barrelled with Pullum as the first part.

Therefore this line may continue.

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Home person: William John Pullum (1893 – 1948)


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William John Pullum (1893 – 1948) had 6 children.
Two were daughters.
Victor J (Patrick) Pullum (1927 – 1965) died aged 38 without issue.

Frederick Charles Pullum (1920 – 1963) had a son and a daughter (living).
The daughter has at least one daughter with the surname Pullum (in New Zealand).
The son does not have children.

William George Pullum (1921 – 1989) had two sons (living) neither have children.

Therefore this may line continue.

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Home person: Alfred George Pullum (1875 – 1955)


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Alfred George Pullum (1875 – 1955) had 5 children. His daughter died before she was 2 years old.

The eldest son, William George Pullum (1904 – 1996) did not have children.

Second son, Walter Stanley Pullum (1906 – 1986) had 2 sons.
Bernard Roy Pullum (1930 -2003) had two daughters and one son, but he did not marry.
The other son (living) had a son & daughter. The son married twice and had a daughter and son with each wife. None have any offspring that I am aware of.

3rd son Sidney Thomas Pullum (1914 – 1996) had one son (living), who has one daughter and two sons. The eldest son has a son & daughter, as yet unmarried. Th younger son has no offspring.

Youngest son Arthur Leonard Pullum (1916 – 1975) had a daughter and one son, who has a duaghter and two sons. His daughter’s children have double barelled surnames that include the name Pullum. Th edlest son had no children. The younger son, has been married twice and had two sons with his first wife.

Therefor this line is continuing.

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Home person: Alfred Albert Pullum (1910 – 1985)


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Alfred Albert Pullum (1910 – 1985) had 11 children.
5 daughters and 6 sons.

Derek Montgomery Pullum (1943 – 1967) and one other son (living) did not marry.

Brian Albert Pullum (1940 – 1992) had 3 daughters and 3 sons (all living),
2 of whom do not have children.
The eldest son has a daughter and 2 sons.
The son of the eldest daughter has her husband’s surname.
The middle son has one son.
The youngest daughter has a son and a daughter both with the surname Pullum.

Raymond Gilbert Pullum (1947 – 2000) was married twice.
He had a daughter with his first wife.
With his second wife he had 2 daughters and a son.
The eldest daughter may have a daughter and the son has married twice.

The remaining 2 sons of Alfred are still living.
(1) has a son and a daughter. The son is unmarried.
(2) married twice and has one daughter.

Therefore this line is continuing.

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Home person: Alfred William Pullum (1898 – 1979)


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Alfred William Pullum (1898 – 1979), known as “Deffie” had 3 children.
His daughter died aged 4 years.

His eldest son Alfred Ernest Pullum (1920 – 2004) was married twice.
He had one son, Anthony Peter Pullum (1941 – 2006), with his first wife.
Anthony had 2 daughters (living).
With his second wife, he had 2 sons (both living).
(1) Married twice. Has 2 daughters and a son. This son has a son and a daughter.
(2) has 3 daughters.

Alfred’s youngest son Terence Bernard Pullum (1929 – 1990) had a daughter only.

Therefore this line’s continuance depends on one individual.

Last updated 03.04.2018

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