Thomas Bullock, D.D. (24 March 1694, in Herefordshire – 30 May 1760, in Norwich) was an Anglican Dean in the eighteenth century. 
Bullock was educated at Christ Church, Oxford.  He held livings at Mitcham, Surrey; Thurne and North Creake. He was Chaplain to the Bishop of Norwich from 1727 to 1738; and Dean of Norwich from 2 August 1739 until his death. 
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