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William Francis Bulkley, American archdeacon. Ordained to ministry Protestant Episcopal Church as deacon, 1908, as priest 1909.

Background

Bulkley, William Francis was born on April 21, 1881 in Tashua, Connecticut, United States. Son of William Howard and Annie F. (Pemberton) Bulkley.

Education

Student, Detroit Church Academy, 1899—1901. Bachelor, Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut, 1905. Bachelor's Degree, Berkeley Division School, Middletown, Connecticut, 1908.

Doctor of Divinity, Church Division School of Pacific, 1943.

Career

City missionary, Salt Lake City, 1908-1914;chaplain, St. Mark's Hospital, 1908-1914;priest-in-charge, St. Mary's Church, Provo, 1914-1929;general missionary, Utah., 1917-1924;archdeacon, Utah., 1924-1949;retired, 1949. Delegate many church conferences, synods.

Achievements

  • Ordained to ministry Protestant Episcopal Church as deacon, 1908, as priest 1909.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: St. Mark's Cathedral, a Spiritual Force, 1947, The Episcopal Church in Utah, 1949.

Membership

Active many local and national civic activities. Secretary Interdenom. Intermountain Area Conference, 1937-1949.

Member Utah Commission Physically Handicapped, from 1952. Member executive committee Salt Lake Safety Council. Member Utah Society United Nations (director), Utah Social Hygiene Association (director), Sons of the American Revolution (Minute Man award 1958), Society Mayflower Descendants, Masons, K.T., Shriners, Provo Rotary Club, Phi Gamma Delta.

Connections

Married Fanny Douglas Lees, February 14, 1914. 1 child, William Lees.

father:
William Howard Bulkley

mother:
Annie F. (Pemberton) Bulkley

spouse:
Fanny Douglas Lees

child:
William Lees Bulkley