The Bull Baronetcy, of Hammersmith in the County of London, is a title in the Baronetage of the United Kingdom. It was created on 25 November 1922 for the Conservative politician Sir William Bull. He represented Hammersmith and Hammersmith South in the House of Commons for many years. His eldest son, the second Baronet, died on active service in the Second World War and was succeeded by his younger brother, the third Baronet. As of 2007 the title is held by the latter's son, the fourth Baronet, who succeeded in 1986.
Bull baronets, of Hammersmith (1922)
- Sir William Bull, 1st Baronet (29 September 1863 – 23 January 1931)
- Sir Stephen Bull, 2nd Baronet (11 October 1904 – 9 March 1942). Bull was the son of Sir William Bull, 1st Baronet, and the brother of Anthony Bull, and was educated at Gresham's School, Holt and New College, Oxford. He succeeded to his father's title in 1931. Bull was Admitted solicitor, 1928, served as Honorary solicitor to the Royal Life Saving Society, the Royal Society of St George and the League of Mercy, as Governor of the Upper Latymer Foundation School, as a Member of the Board of Management of the West London Hospital and Vice-Chairman of South Hammersmith Conservative Association and was Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Mercers of the City of London. During the Second World War, Bull served with the British Army in the Far East and was killed at the Fall of Java in March 1942, during the Japanese offensives in the Dutch East Indies.
- Sir George Bull, 3rd Baronet (19 June 1906 – 9 September 1986)
- Sir Simeon George Bull, 4th Baronet (born 1 August 1934)
The heir apparent is the 4th Baronet's only son, Stephen Louis Bull (born 5 April 1966).
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