Born Yorkshire; educated at Rotherham under Dr. Edward Williams; became in 1813 pastor of Albany Meeting, Haverfordwest, where he remained till 1840. The rest of his life was spent in the ministry at Rugeley, Bristol, Newbury, and (after an interval) at Langmore and Ruxton near Ross. He died 26 November 1857.
While at Haverfordwest, Bulmer published some ten volumes of verse, sermons, and other religious matter. Among them may be noted The Vicar of Llandovery, 1821, 1830, an English version of the works of Rhys Prichard; Memoirs of the Life of Howell Harris, 1824; and Memoirs of Benjamin Evans (one of his predecessors at Albany), 1826.
Published date: 1959
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