Some newspaper extracts:-
The Lancaster Gazette, Sat 24 Sep 1808
On Tuesday se’nnight, at Ashurst Hall, in this county, in the 96th year of his age, Mr Robert Bullen, father of Mr. Hugh Bullen, of Liverpool.
The Westmorland Gazette, Sat 19 Jan 1822
Tuesday se’nnight, at Childwall, Mr. Robert Rockliff, printer, Liverpool, to Jane, eldest daughter of Hugh Bullen, Esq. of Woolton.
Liverpool Mercury, Fri 15 Nov 1822
On Wednesday, the 6th instant, at Christ Church, Robert Bullen, eldest son of Hugh Bullen, Esq. to Mary Ann, youngest daughter of Mr. John Orrell, Lord Street.
Liverpool Mercury, Fri 13 Mar 1829
Same day*, at his residence at Woolton, Hugh Bullen, Esq. aged 74, of the firm of Hugh Bullen and Co. rectifiers, James Street.
[* = previous entry says, “On Tuesday last...” so day is Tuesday last]
Liverpool Mercury, Fri 24 Apr 1829
On Tuesday, the 14th instant, at his house in Crabtree Lane, Robert Bullen, Esq. aged 34 years, eldest son of the late Hugh Bullen, Esq. of Woolton.
[There was a Crabtree House not far away in what is now Netherley, Liverpool or it could be Crabtree Lane near Burscough]
Liverpool Mercury, Fri 2 Oct 1829
On Thursday, the 24th ult. at the Catholic Chapel, Seel Street and afterwards at St. Philip’s church, Hardman Street, Hugh Bullen, Esq. distiller of Woolton, to Anastasia, eldest daughter of Mrs. Davies, Islington.
[RC church for marriage according to their faith and the CE church for it to be a legal marriage]