BULKELEY, James, 6th Visct. Bulkeley [I] (1717-52), of Baron Hill, Anglesey.
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Family and Education
b. 17 Feb. 1717, yr. s. of Richard, 4th Visct. Bulkeley [I], and bro. of Richard, the 5th Visct.. educ. Westminster 1725 and Oriel, Oxf. 1735. m. 5 Aug. 1749, Emma, da. and h. of Thomas Rowlands of Caerau, Anglesey, and Nant, Caern., 1s. 2da. suc. e. bro. Richard 15 Mar 1739.
Chamberlain of N. Wales and constable of Beaumaris castle 1739-d.
On succeeding to the title in 1739, Bulkeley was returned as a Tory for Beaumaris, which he represented for the rest of his life. In the negotiations between the English Jacobites and the French which led to the Forty-five, he pledged himself to lead a rising in Wales under Sir Watkin Williams Wynn. He died 23 Apr. 1752.