Charles Thomas Bullman, winner in 1876, shown here wearing the winner's coat and badge.
Born in Shadwell c1855, he was apprenticed to Leonard Lefevre on 11th October 1870, gaining his Freedom on 14th March 1876. In later years, he lived in Brook Street, (now Cable Street), and the family also owned a pub on The Highway, Shadwell, called Bullmans. Thomas Bullman, possibly his son, also won the race in 1897.

Picture courtesy of C.T.Bullman's great grand daughter, Sandra Jillings.

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