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Paul Bulger left his native New York to come to Savannah where he made a home for himself, his wife and their three daughters. Mr. Bulger established himself as an apt machinist and he owned and operated a prosperous machine shop for several years before his death in 1876. His grave marker reads: “An Honest man is the noblest work of God.”
Caldwell, Lynne M., "Biographical Sketch of John Paul Jones Bulger" (1980). Savannah Biographies. 26.