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Bull Stone House

Bull Stone House

Built in 1722, the house was once home to William Bull, a stonemason builder, and his wife Sarah Wells, pioneer maiden to the Wawayanda Patent. Strong family roots are still evident as an eighth generation family member resides and proudly welcomes visitors to the ten room colonial dwelling and grounds. Descendants of William and Sarah have continued to meet annually for over 100 years at the site for family reunion picnics. It's not surprising to see over 500 descendants merge for a day of festivities and fun -- and in doing so, keep their ties to the past enduring as they make new memories for generations to come.

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