John Bull (congressman)
|Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Missouri's at-large district|
4 March 1833 – 3 March 1835
|Preceded by||Seat created|
|Succeeded by||Albert Galliton Harrison|
Virginia, United States
Rothville, Missouri, United States
|Resting place||Hutcheson Cemetery|
|Political party||National Republican|
|Occupation||Methodist minister; physician|
He was born in Virginia, studied medicine in Baltimore, Maryland; moved to Howard County, Missouri, and settled near Glasgow, Missouri; engaged in the practice of medicine; studied theology; was ordained to the ministry and became a Methodist minister in that locality; in 1832, the unsuccessful candidate for Governor of Missouri; presidential elector on the ticket of Jackson and Calhoun in 1828.
John Bull was elected as an Anti-Jacksonian candidate to the Twenty-third Congress (March 4, 1833 – March 3, 1835); resumed his ministerial duties and also the practice of medicine; died near Rothville, Missouri, Chariton County, Missouri, in February 1863; interment in Hutcheson Cemetery, a family burial ground, near Rothville.
- United States Congress. "John Bull (id: B001046)". Biographical Directory of the United States Congress.
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Albert Galliton Harrison
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