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Thomas Bulkeley, 1st Viscount Bulkeley
b.1585
d.1659
m. 18 Feb 1576
  1. Katherine Bulkeley
  2. Thomas Bulkeley, 1st Viscount Bulkeley1585 - 1659
  • HThomas Bulkeley, 1st Viscount Bulkeley1585 - 1659
  • W.  Blanche Coytmore (add)
m.
  1. Richard Bulkeley - 1649
  2. Robert Bulkeley, Viscount Bulkeley of Cashel - 1688
  3. Thomas Bulkeleyabt 1633 - 1708
  4. Henry Bulkeley
  5. Mary Bulkeley - 1662
  6. Lumley Bulkeley
  7. Catherine Bulkeley
  8. Penelope Bulkeley
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Name Thomas Bulkeley, 1st Viscount Bulkeley
Gender Male
Birth[1] 1585
Marriage to Blanche Coytmore (add)
Death[1] 1659


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Thomas Bulkeley, 1st Viscount Bulkeley (1585–1659) was a landowner from North Wales who supported the Royalist cause during the English Civil War.

The son of Sir Richard Bulkeley of Beaumaris, Thomas Bulkeley was a colonel in the Royalist army and was created Viscount Bulkeley of Cashel in the Irish peerage in 1644. A staunch supporter of King Charles I of England, he is said to have invited the king to take up residence at his home, Baron Hill in Beaumaris, Caernarvonshire.

He married twice:firstly Blanche, the daughter of Richard Coytmore of Coytmore, Caernarvonshire and secondly the daughter of a Mr Cheadle. He had five sons and four daughters. He was succeeded by his second son Robert after his eldest son Richard was murdered by a Chesdle. His fourth son Thomas was Sheriff and MP for Caernarvonshire.

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References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Thomas Bulkeley, 1st Viscount Bulkeley, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia. (Online: Wikimedia Foundation, Inc.).
  2.   Thomas Bulkeley, 1st Viscount Bulkeley of Cashel, in Lundy, Darryl. The Peerage: A genealogical survey of the peerage of Britain as well as the royal families of Europe.