1. Memorial:Brandhoek Military CemeteryI. A. 25.
2. Book:The (1921) Masonic Roll of Honour 1914-1918Pg.118
3. Memorial:The (1940) Scroll - WW1 Roll of Honour43A GQS

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Family :

Son of Joseph Ernest and Ada Eliza Bullock, of 86, West Hill, St. Leonards-on-Sea.

Education & Career :

St Pauls School, University of London. Doctor

Military :


Unit :4th Battalion Middlesex Regiment 
Attached : 
Action :The Battle of Loos and associated actions 

Detail :

Arthur Ernest Bullock was born on 21 February 1889 in 87 Ladbroke Grove, Kensington, London, England, His father was described as a surgeon. He was the son of Joseph Ernest Bullock and Ada Eliza Greathead. In the census of 5 April 1891 in 87 Ladbroke Grove, Kensington, London, England, he was listed as the son of Joseph Ernest Bullock. In the census of 31 March 1901 in 87 Ladbroke Grove, Kensington, London, England, he was listed as the son of Joseph Ernest Bullock. 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. 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, aged 26. He was buried on 29 September 1915 in Brandhock Military Cemetery, Grave reference I. A. 25, Brandhock, Belgium. See INVIVIDUALS - PHOTO

"The Battle of Loos (25 September to 18 October 1915) was the major battle on the Western Front in 1915, surpassing in every respect all that had gone before in terms of numbers of men and materiel committed to battle. The preliminary bombardment was the most violent to date and the battle was charaterised by the committment of Regular and Territorial battalions on a large scale, in which the Territorials performed just as well as the Regulars. As the battles on the Western Front in 1915 increased in size and violence, so the casualties increased in proportion: Neuve Chapelle 12,000, Aubers Ridge/Festubert 29,000 , Loos 60,000. 1916 was to take the casualty cost to another level. Loos was intended as a minor role in support of French efforts around Arras but circumstances reduced the French effort. It marked the first use of poison gas by the British. Once the initial assualt had failed the battle continued in a series of actions mostly focused on the northern sector around the tactically important Hohenzollern Redoubt."

Masonic :

TypeLodge Name and No.Province/District :
Mother : Sancta Maria No. 2682 E.C.London

10th June 1913
10th March 1914
9th June 1914

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