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Ernest Bullock (1890—1979) organist and music teacher

Fanny Bullock Workman (1859—1925)

Gaston Bullock Means (1879—1938)

George Bullock (1783—1818) sculptor and cabinet-maker

George Bullock (1521—1572) theologian

Henry Bullock (c. 1485—1526) humanist scholar

James M. Bullock

Margaret Bullock (1845—1903)

Michael Bullock (b. 1918)

Roger Bullock

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Sir Christopher Llewellyn Bullock (1891—1972) public servant and businessman

Susan Bullock (b. 1958)

Walter Bullock (1907—1953)

William Bullock (c. 1782—1849) naturalist and antiquary

William Bullock (c. 1662—1742) actor

William Bullock (c. 1272—1343) administrator

William Edward Bullock (1877—1968) motor car manufacturer

William Thomas Bullock (1818—1879) missionary

Wynn Bullock (1902—1975)


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A name given by sailors in the Royal Navy to a member of the Royal Marine Artillery before their amalgamation with the Royal Marine Light Infantry in 1923 to form the Royal Marines. They were also known as Grabbies, Jollies, or Turkeys.

Subjects: Maritime History.

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