Owen Bulkeley of Gronant
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Published by Anglesey Antiquarian Society and Field Club in [Llangefni] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Bulkeley, Owen.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Reprinted from the Transactions of the Anglesey Antiquarian Society and Field Club, 1964.

Statementby D. J. Bowen.
The Physical Object
Pagination30-32p.
Number of Pages32
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18673971M

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Edward Bulkeley 'of Gronant' (d by , 2nd son) m. Cecilia Bulkeley (dau of Arthur Bulkeley, son of William of Brynddu) (1) Robert Bulkeley (bur ) m. Elin (d , dau of John Owen Wynn of Ucheldre) (A) Robert Bulkeley 'of Gronant', Sheriff of Anglesey (a ) m. () Dorothy Lewis (bur , dau of Morris Lewis of. Pre death of Robert Bulkeley 1. (when Thomas Bulkeley of Gronant was administrator of his father estate) , 25 Sept: Award by the 3rd Sir Richard Bulkeley upon certain matters at variance between two brothers: Thomas Bulkeley of Gronant and Richard Bulkeley of Dronwy, the Rector, as administrators of their father’s estate. (Bangor File Size: KB. The large house in the centre of the image is Gronant. This was the country house of one of the many branches of the powerful Bulkeley (Bwcles in Welsh) dynasty. One of the most colourful of the Gronant squires was Owen Bulkeley, the 18thC curate of Llanddeusant, who regularly appeared in the pulpit in a highly intoxicated state and who would regularly toast the Devil on the grounds that if. In the course of years subsidiary families, younger branches, had grown up, quite important entities, in their own right; early in the 16th century the Bulkeleys of Porthamel, who came to an inglorious end when Francis Bulkeley shot himself at Plas Llangefni in , and the Bulkeleys of Gronant and Dronwy, the second being represented in later.

The book Owen came out in and the person Owen came out in When the book came out, my Owen had a year to establish himself as a little human being and by the time he was a year old he had a comfort "LeLe" -- a Lambchop puppet with a soft wooly fleece and he sucked his thumb/5(). The Bulkeley family lived at Gronant until the late C19; encompassing 10 generations. The farmstead may have been operated under the 'unit-system' at some stage in its history, where a single farm was run by two branches of the same family. The house had become derelict by the s, and was restored by the present owner, including some. , December 4th, - an illuminated address was presented to Sir Richard Williams Bulkeley of Baron Hill on his coming of age, by the tenants of the estate and other well wishers. Inset are lists of the committee, subscribers etc. saw the death of Sir Richard Lewis Mostyn Williams-Bulkeley, the 11th knight a captain in the Royal Horse Guards. Who was Elis Gruffudd? Elis Gruffudd (‘The soldier of Calais’) was born circa in Upper Gronant in the parish of Llanasa, Flintshire. He joined the English army in about and fought in Holland and Spain. By he was working for Sir Robert Wingfield, a gentleman from Suffolk, and in he moved to Calais where Wingfield was an g: Owen Bulkeley.

The Lesser Antilles [Leather Bound] [Owen T. Bulkeley] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Leather Binding on Spine and Corners with Golden Leaf Printing on round Spine (extra customization on request like complete leather.   Owen, Thomas William→ sister projects: Wikidata item. Alumni Oxonienses: the Members of the University of Oxford, — Owen, Thomas Mainwaring Bulkeley . His second wife was Ellen, daughter of Robert Bulkeley of Gronant, and widow of John Griffith, Llanddyfnan. By he had a third wife, Jane, daughter of Rhys ap Howell. He died 1 March /7, leaving the estate to his son, JOHN WYN EDWARD, who also styled himself JOHN EDWARD AP HUGH GWYN and JOHN EDWARDS. Although there is no known documentary evidence about the history of the Gronant lands before the Bulkeleys, through the medium of the genealogies, and information from some 16th and early 17th century records, we can trace their probable ownership and transmission down to Sioned, wife of Robert Bulkeley I of Gronant.