Regiment : Royal Artillery and No 11 Commando
Service number : 826260
Conflict : WW2
Date of death : 16th June 1941 aged 26
Buried : Ramleh War Cemetery, Israel, Grave P. 9.
Relatives : Son of Roger Ernest and Rose Bullock, of Wollaston, Stourbridge, Worcestershire
Memorial : Stourbridge War Memorial
Also appears on : Wollaston St James's Church
Credits : Researched by Sandra Taylor.
Appears on the Army casualties list for Worcestershire.
A letter from H.J. Winnington, Honorary Secretary of PCC, St James Church, Wollaston dated 17th December 1950 can be found within war records held at Worcestershire Archives requesting that Howard Bullock be added to the county roll of honour.
The following information has been researched and transcribed by The Black Country Society:
Howard Bullock attended Wollaston C. of E. School and left to become an electrician. He enlisted in the Royal Artillery and was posted to 11 Commando in Palestine. He was possibly engaged in the defence of the RAF station at Ramleh near Jaffa/Tel Aviv. He died on the 16th June 1941.