Dr. Arthur Ernest Bullock 262
- Born: 1889, Nottinghill, London, England 262,544
- Died: 26 Sep 1915, Brandhock, Belgium at age 26 262
Dr Arthur Ernest Bullock
b. 1889, d. 26 September 1915, #2458
Relationship=4th great-grandson of William Greathead <p148.htm>.
Last Edited=12 Nov 2005
Appears on charts:
William Greathead <ld6.htm>
Dr Arthur Ernest Bullock was born in 1889 in Nottinghill, London, England <pd17.htm>.1,2 He was the son of Dr Joseph Ernest Bullock and Ada Eliza Greathead <p83.htm>. In the census of 5 April 1891 in 87 Ladbroke Gardens, Kensington, London, England <pd17.htm>, he was listed as the son of Dr Joseph Ernest Bullock.3 In the census of 31 March 1901 in 87 Ladbroke Grove, Kensington, London, England <pd17.htm>, he was listed as the son of Dr Joseph Ernest Bullock.4
Captain Arthur Ernest Bullock R A M C was educated at Colet Court and at St Paul's School, where he gained both junior and senior scholarships. he distinguished himself in athletics, and was captain of gymnastics and swimming. In 1907 he gained the Sports Challenge Cup, and in the same year carried off, with another, the Public School's. Championship Shield for Gymnastics at Aldershot. He, with a few others, established the St. Paul's School Mission.
Having obtained a leaving exhibition from St. Paul's, he entered St. Mary's Hospital in 1908, where, after qualifying he held various house appointments, and for some years represented the Hospital at football and swimming (and on occassions represented the United Hospitals at swimming)
On the outbreak of war he received a commission in the R A M C. After a few weeks in France he volunteered for service with a regiment and was appointed Medical Officer to the 4th Battalion Middlesex Regiment early in September of last year. He was mentioned in despatches early in 1915.
He was again mentioned in the despatch published 1 January 1916, and was present at the several engagements round Hill 60, Ypres and Hooge. At the expiration of his first year of service he was promoted to Captain.
He also became an undegraduate of the University of London and was about to go up for his M.B. when war broke out.5
He, a Captain in the Royal Army Medical Corps Middlesex Regiment attached to the 4th battalion and a medical doctor died on 26 September 1915 in Brandhock, Belgium <pd2.htm>.6,7 He was buried on 29 September 1915 in Brandhock Military Cemetery, Grave reference I. A. 25, Brandhock, Belgium <pd2.htm>.6,7
Sources of information
[S4 <s1.htm>] Jan's thoughts based on information from census enumeration sheets.
[S51837 <s1.htm>] GRO Indexes, www 1837 or Free BMD, 1889/Q1 Kensington Volume 1a Page 152.
[S1891000 <s1.htm>] Enoch 1891, www.freecen.rootsweb.com or Ancestry, RG12 - 5 April 1891 ,RG12 Piece 25 Folio 34 Page 65.
[S1901002 <s1.htm>] Census 1901, RG13 Piece 27 Folio 73 Page 89, copy of enumeration sheet obtained from www.Ancestry.co.uk. <../Census Images/RG13 - 27 - 73 - 89.jpg> <../Census Images/RG13 - 27 - 73 - 89.jpg>
[S55002 <s1.htm>] Newspapers, Morning Post Wednesday 6 October 1915.
[S4176 <s1.htm>] E-mails from Audrey Summerill to Jan Cooper, from 30 September 2002.
[S50021 <s1.htm>] Commonwealth Graves,www.cwgc.org.
Noted events in his life were:
• Residence, 1891, 87 Ladbroke Grove, London, England. 546 Living here are Joseph E. Bullock as head, ada E., wife; and children Arthur, Gerald, and mother Elizabeth.
• Residence, 1911. 544 Living with Joseph Ernest Bullock, his wife Ada, sons Arthur Ernest, Gerald Frank, and Ena Ada. There were also 3 servants in the house - a parlour maid, a cook, and a housemaid.
• Occupation: Medical Student, 1911. 544
• Residence, 1901, 87 Ladbroke Grove, London, England. 547 Living here are Joseph E. Bullock as head, wife Ada, children Arthur, Gerald, and Eva. Visiting here are Joseph J. Greathead and Eliza. Also a visitor is William A. Evans.
• Residence, 1901, 87 Ladbroke Grove, London, England. 547 Living here are Joseph as head, wife Ada, children Arthur, Gerald, and Eva. Also visitors Joseph J. Greathead and Elizabeth Greathead. And 2 servants.