Re: William Bulkley of Chedle/Beaumaris
- From: Kay Allen <allenk@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 24 Feb 2010 10:11:39 -0800 (PST)
Dear Paul Bulkley,
Your original query was for information concerning other siblings of Bartholomew. My answer
was that it was likely that he had no siblings or that they died without issue because there was small likely record. There are many people who have existed in this time period of whom there are few or no records, who are therefore not likely to be known. What part of this is misleading? Either there are records or there are not. If there are records, something might be discovered. If there are not any records,
nothing is likely to be known about people. You might see if there are any extant manorial records.
Records of this time period are generally, land tenure=based. No land tenure, no record, no information.
You might also check Bishop's Registers for wills.
If you are not pleased with my answers, too bad. I don't see anyone else coming up with anything more for you.
From: paul bulkley <designeconomic@xxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wed, February 24, 2010 6:44:44 AM
Subject: William Bulkley of Chedle/Beaumaris
Dear Kay Allen:
Thank you very much for your explanations which do not address my query , unfortunately are misleading, and simply at the best quote well known information.
I look forward to learning from you information regarding Bartholomew (son) William Bulkley.
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