Writer, tutor, interpreter. Born 1878– Fair Hill Plantation at Boligee, Greene County. Spent her childhood in Mobile and in Washington, D.C. Parents– James Madison and Anna Mary (Garrow) Bullock. Married– George Bullock-Willis, October 3, 1905.  Education– Private tutors; studied in Paris; George Washington University, bachelor’s degree, master’s degree and post graduate study; American University, post-graduate study. She and her husband were owners of cotton plantations in Alabama and Mississippi.   Taught French in the Washington area and at times served as interpreter for officers and wives of the French military mission to the United States. An accomplished horsewoman and frequent traveler. Wrote under the pseudonym of Panthea Pendleton. Died April 20, 1965.


Files at Alabama Public Library Service; ancestry.com


Jangle Jingles of Fairies and Flowers; Children’s Poems. New York; Pageant Press, 1957.

Magnolias and Gray Moss; Jingles by a Rhymester. New York; Pageant Press, 1961.

Pat, by Panthea Pendleton. New York; Pageant Press, 1958.

Pawns of Fate.  New York; Vantage Press, 1960.

The Young Virginian and Other Stories. New York; Pageant Press, 1964.