Friends of Hastings Cemetery
And in Memory of their son
The Reverend Canon
Frederick William Bagshawe Bullock
Ph. D. -
20th July 19 -
He will dwell with them, and they shall be his people. Behold, I make all things new.
Rev. 21: 3-
Educated at Emmanuel College, Cambridge (BA 1924, MA 1928, MLitt 1934, PhD 1937) and University of Manchester (BD 1928). At Ridley Hall, Cambridge 1924, and Egerton Hall, Manchester 1925.
1927: was ordained deacon.
1928: was ordained priest at St Albans.
1937: Select Preacher, Cambridge.
from 1936: Assistant Editor of
In 1948 he returned to live in St Leonards.
Hastings & St Leonards Observer, 7December 1974
Churchman and scholar
A churchman and scholar whose family had long links with the borough, Canon F W Bullock, of 6 The Uplands, St Leonards, died in St Helen's Hospital on Thursday last week. The funeral was on Thursday at St Helen's Church, Ore, where his father had once been rector.
Frederick William Bagshawe was born on July 20 1903, at Ore Rectory, Hastings, being the son of the rector, the Revd William Charleston Bullock, and of Mrs Helen Janneta Bullock, and the grandson of the Revd Charles Bullock, founder of 'Home Words' and of Dr Frederic Bagshawe, who was Mayor of Hastings in 1897-
Canon Bullock was educated at Rugby School and at Cambridge and Manchester universities, obtaining doctors' degrees in philosophy and divinity. While at university he reached the semi-
He was ordained deacon in 1927 and priest in 1928, and three years later became vice-
After serving as a chaplain to the Forces in the second world war, Canon Bullock became rector of Hollington Church-
For 20 years he was the warden of lay readers for the Archdeaconry of Hastings and for eight years a member of the Church of England advisory committee of the South-
His other interests included listening to classical music, visiting ancient sites and historic buildings at home and abroad, hill walking and mountain climbing.
"Canon Frederick William Bagshawe Bullock, of The Uplands, Maze Hill, St Leonards, Canon Emeritus of Truro Cathedral, left £2,000 to his housekeeper, Minnie Osborne, £1,000 each to augment the endowment of the benefice of St Mary Magdalene, St Leonards, St Helens, Ore, St Leonards Parish Church, and St Leonard's, Hollington, and £1,000 to the Historic Churches Preservation Trust. The canon, who was 71 when he died in November, left £125,533 net (duty £38,454)."