There were two Jacob Bull's!!(Past researchers seem to have merged these two men and their families into one family).The one in North Carolina was:
Jacob Bull m1 6 May 1781 in Caswell Co., NC to Judith Chambers and m2 on 12 Jul 1784 in Caswell Co., NC to Elizabeth Walker dau. of Moses Walker.Jacob died abt 1820 in Person County, NC and I have copies of his estate records.
His children from his estate recordswere:
William C. (Chambers??) Bull Judith Bull m. Robert Seymour on 8 Feb 1817 in Person Co., NC Nancy Bull married Samuel Blackwell Elizabeth Bull m. Robert W. Johnston on 6 March 1809 in Person Co., NC. Martha Bull m. John W. Graves on 8 November 1814 in Person Co. Samuel Bull married m. Fanny (Frances) Carver on 29 Dec. 1812 in Person Co., NC.Died in Person Co., NC in 1825. Jesse Walker Bull m1. Mary Anne Seymour in NC.m2. Amy B. Williams in Morgan Co., IL Moses Bull (the youngest son) m. Elizabeth Fuller
Jesse (Walker) Bull and Samuel Bull sons of Jacob Bull of Person County, North Carolinaserved in the War of 1812 in North Carolina.
Moses Bull and Judith (Bull) Seymour families moved to Morgan Co., IL along with Jesse Walker Bull.After a few years in Illinois, Jesse Walker Bullmoved to Callaway County, Missouri.During the Civil War he returned to Morgan County, IL where he died and was buried in 1864.
Some of Jacob Bull and Elizabeth Walkers' descendants can be found on the Moses and Buckley Walker website.http://mwalker.pearlcomm.com/http://mwalker.pearlcomm.com/
I haven't determined who the parents were of Jacob Bull of Person County, North Carolina.