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Motier Acklin Bullock

Clergyman

Motier Acklin Bullock, American clergyman. member American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, since 1894; member exec; member board dirs.

Background

Bullock, Motier Acklin was born on April 18, 1851 in Lapeer Company, Michigan, United States. Son of Daniel and Harriet N. (Tripp) Bullock.

Education

Traces ancestry to Richard Bullock, who was born, 1622, and settled in Rehoboth, Massachusetts, 1644. Bachelor of Arts, Olivet (Michigan) College, 1876, A.M., same, 1879 (Doctor of Divinity, 1891). Studied theology with Zachary Eddy, Doctor of Divinity, of Detroit, Michigan, 1877-1878.

Bachelor of Divinity, Oberlin, 1882.

Career

Ordained Congleton ministry, October 19, 1876. Pastor Oakwood, Michigan, 1876-1878, Metamora, 1878-1883 (including leave of absence at Oberlin), Silverton, Colorado, 1883-1885, South Haven, Michigan, 1885-1888, Iowa City, Iowa, 1888-1899, The Vine Church, Lincoln, Nebraska, since 1899. Delaware to National Council of Congressional Churches, 1889, 1895, 1904, 17, 19.

Corporate member American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, since 1894. Moderator Congressional Association of Iowa, 1898-1899. Member Executive Committee Iowa Home Missionary Society several years.

Member board directors Nebraska Home Missionary Society, 1900-1921 (Chairman of the Board 10 years. President of society 1909-1911). Moderator Nebraska Congressional Conference, 1910-1911.

Superintendent Nebraska Prison Association, 1909-1914. Progressive.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Congregational Nebraska, 1905.

Membership

Member American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, since 1894. Member exec; member board dirs.

Connections

Married Catherine Tunison, September 19, 1877.

father:
Daniel Bullock

mother:
Harriet N. (Tripp) Bullock

spouse:
Catherine Tunison