|Full name||Frederick Edwin Bullock|
|Date of birth||1 July 1886|
|Place of birth||Hounslow, England|
|Date of death||14 November 1922(aged 36)|
|Place of death||Huddersfield, England|
|1916–1919||→ Brentford (guest)||29||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.|
Bullock served as a corporal in the Football Battalion during the First World War. He was wounded in the shoulder during the Battle of the Somme in 1916, in the region of Delville Wood and Guillemont and was injured in the knee after an accident in 1918. After his retirement from football in 1922, Bullock became landlord of the Slubber's Arms pub in Huddersfield. He died of ammonia poisoning in November 1922, having been suffering "nerve troubles" during the month preceding his death.
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