- Category: Bullock, Revd. William
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The Rev. William Bullock was Vicar of St Matthew's from 7 June 1922 until 1930, when he was appointed Vicar of St Peter's, Wellington, to replace the Rev. Herbert Watson, who had resigned because of ill health. Mr Watson preceded Mr Bullock as Vicar of St Matthew's.
He appears to have been a popular and effective vicar, as the Evening Post of 23 April 1930 notes that the Vestry of St Matthew's received his resignation at a special meeting "with genuine and sincere regret."