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Nottingham
Frederick Edward Bullock (junior) was born in 1885 was the son of Frederick Edward Bullock (senior) a slater and Amy Bullock née Weston of 91 William Street, Long Eaton. Frederick Edward (senior) was born in 1861 Amy Weston was born in 1865 both were born in Walsall married on 6th December 1880 at St Marys Church, Nottingham, they went on to have the following children, Amy b1883, Frederick Edward b1885, Annie b1887, James b1889, Mary Eleanor b1891, William b1892, Lilly b1895, Charles b1897, Joseph b1900 and Florence b1904 all the children were born in Long Eaton (except Frederick Edward who was born in Stapleford) In 1911 the family are living at 91 William Street, Long Eaton, Frederick Edward a house slater, wife Amy 45 yrs and their children, Amy helping at home, Annie a lace worker, James a house slater, Mary Eleanor a lace trade worker, William a house slater, Lilly a ladies helper, Charles a chemists assistant, Joseph a scholar and Florence a scholar. Frederick Edward (junior) married his wife Millicent Elizabeth Skelton (born 2nd January 1887 ) they were married in 1905 their marriage was recorded in the Shardlow registration district, thye lived at 44 Hamilton Road, Long Eaton and had the following children, Frederick Edward born March 1906, Frank born August 1908 and James Thomas born February 1910. In the 1911 census the family lived at 21 Cobden Street Long Eaton (later at 6 Antill Street Stapleford Nottinghamshire) and are shown as Frederick Edward Bullock 27 yrs a house slater, he is living with his wife Millicent 25 yrs and their children, Edward 5 yrs, Frank 2 yrs and James 1 year old. Folowing his death his widow Millicent was awarded a pension of 20 shillings and 6 pence a week which commenced on 3th July 1916
He was a roof slater
14 Dec 1915
31
1605034 - CWGC Website
14292
Private
10th Bn Sherwood Foresters (Notts & Derby Regiment)
Private Frederick Edward Bullock enlisted at Derby, he went to France on 14th July 1915 and was killed in action, 14th December 1915, age 31, by German shellfire, whilst serving in the line near Sanctuary Wood, Belgium. His name is commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Belgium. Panel 39 and 41.
Additional Research by David Nunn
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