Bulkeley family genealogy

Arms: Sa. three bulls’ heads couped ar. Crest: A bull’s head couped per pale sa. and ar. attired of the last.

1. Bulkeley, mar. and had:

2. William Bulkeley, Archdeacon of Dublin, who m. and had:

3. Alice Bulkeley, who m. Henry Martin, son of the Bishop of Meath, and had:

4. Alice Martin (d. 1740), who was twice mar.: first, to Thomas Whitfield, no children; and secondly, to Rev. William Moore, Rector of Kilternel, and (in 1686) Curate[1] of Ballycanew, co. Wexford, who died intestate in 1705. Of the children of this second marriage, the eldest son was: William Moore (d. 1756), of Tinrahen, county Wexford, who m. Frances, daughter of Lorenzo Hodson, of Coolkenno, co. Wexford. Their eldest son was:

6. Lorenzo Moore (died 1798), Colonel in the Battle Axe Guards, and M.P. for Dungannon, who mar. Henrietta, daughter of Sir Stephen Theodore Janssen (whose ancestor came over from Flanders in the 16th century; full particulars, arms, etc., are given in Burke’s Extinct Baronetage, under “Janssen of Wimbledon,” but the name of this dau. and heiress is not there mentioned), and had several children.

7. Calvert Fitzgerald Moore (died 1869), Chaplain in Ordinary to George IV., William IV., and Queen Victoria: youngest son of Lorenzo; mar. twice: first, to Catherine Marlay, dau. of Major and Lady Catherine Marlay (see “Lanesborough”), and had several children.

8. Catherine Georgina: dau. of Calvert; mar. Frederick Bathurst, Archdeacon of Bedfordshire, youngest son of Sir James and Lady Caroline Bathurst (see “Bathurst” and “Castlestuart.”) They had three children, now (1887) living:

9. Frederick-Marlay (b. 1865); Louisa (born 1861); and Catherine (b. 1862).


[1] Curate: See Records of the Diocese of Ferns, of that period.