December 15, 1837, Canterbury, Kent, England.

June 6, 1913, Hendon, London, England.

West Hampstead, London, England.


A chorister of Canterbury Cathedral, Bullinger studied music for seven years under W. H. Longhurst of Canterbury, and afterwards under John Hullah & William Monk.

Bullinger was educated at King’s College, London; became a deacon in 1861 and priest in 1862. He served as Curate of Bermondsey (1861–63); Tittleshall, Norfolk (1863–66); St. John, Notting Hill (1867–69); Leytenstone (1869–70); Walthamstow (1871–74); Vicar of St. Stephen’s Walthamstow (1875–88); and minister of Brunswick Chapel, London (1891–94).

He was a Greek and Hebrew scholar, and the Archbishop of Canterbury awarded him an honorary Lambeth D.D. in 1881.

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