Bull, Ralph a Presbyterian minister, was born near Scotchtown, N. Y., Dec. 10,1812. His early studies were pursued at Scotchtown, and afterwards at Goshen and Newburgh. He spent two years (1826-28) in Yale College, one in the College of New Jersey, and one. (1829-30) in Princeton Theological Seminary. He was licensed by the Second Presbytery of Long Island, after which he acceptably supplied various pulpits of the Presbytery in connection with his work as a teacher. In the fall of 1836 he became pastor of the Church at Milford, Pa. In the fall of 1839 he removed to Darien, Ga., where he took charge of an academy and also preached. His last field of labor was Westtown. He died June 2, 1877. See Necrological Report of Princeton Theol. Seminary, 1878, p. 27.