Bullock, Daniel a Methodist Episcopal minister, was born in Herkimer County, N. Y., in 1806. He was converted at the age of twenty-one; and in 1834 entered the New York Conference, wherein his appointments were as follows in 1834, Windham and Prattsville; in 1835, Lee, Lenox, and Hopbrook; in 1836, Lenox; in 1837, Middletown; in 1838, Charlotte; in 1839-40, Deposit; in 1841-42, Jefferson; in 1843, Middletown; in 1844-45, Charlotte. In' 1846 he removed within the bounds of the Wyoming Conference, then held a supernumerary relation, engaged in business for some time, and was afterwards employed by the presiding elder two years at Triangle, three at Coventry, two at King's Settlement, and two at North Norwich, N. Y., where he died, Aug. 31, 1879. Mr. Bullock was a great revivalist, a man of much prayer, and a powerful exhorter. See Minutes of Annual Conferences, 1880, p. 43.