Born: September 12 1889; baptised December 16 1892; died 1947
Parents: William Bull buried August 30 1933 age 81 Sophia buried January 27 1927 age 72
Address: 1891 census: 4 Wilbeys Yard, Hanslope
1911 census: 49 Haunchwood Road, Stockingford, Nuneaton
1918 Bucks Absent Voters List, The Square, Hanslope
1947 died Oxford
Family information: brother William born 1882, died 1905 age 22;
sisters Edith born 1885; and Evelyn born 1892.
1901 census: location in 1901 were:
William Bull Head M 48 General Agricultural Labourer
Sophia Bull Wife F 48
William Bull Son M 18 General Agricultural Labourer
Daniel Bull Son M 11
Evelyn Bull Daughter F 8
1911 census Daniel was living as a lodger at 49 Haunchwood Road, Stockingford, Nuneaton and a worker for the Haunchwood Colliery Company. For further details see:
Army career: Daniel served as a Private no. 13371 in the 7th Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire (Service Battalion)
Like a number of other Hanslope men, he served from November 1915 in Salonika, taking part in the major battles there. Finally returned to England in 1918. For further details see:
Medals: Campaign medals (Pip, Squeak and Wilfred) and ?Silver War Badge (honourable discharge, no longer fit to serve.)
Post War Information
Married: Elsie Elizabeth Shorter 1919 Oxford; died in Oxford 1947
Remembered: original Roll of Honour, porch of St James parish Church, Hanslope.
*nb there were two men with this name born in Hanslope. Their fathers were brothers. Charles Daniel Bull, son of Joseph and Sarah was born in Hanslope in 1895. However, the family moved to Newport Pagnell. Charles Daniel and his brother Frederick were both killed and remembered on the War Memorial in Newport Pagnell. However, listing incorrectly gives Charles second name as David.