Bulkey, Arthur an English prelate of the 16th century, was born either in Cheshire or (more probably) in Anglesea. He was educated doctor of laws, but had wholly forgotten the chapter "De Sacrilegio," for he spoiled the bishopric of Bangor, to which he was preferred, and sold the five bells. He occupied the see fourteen years, was suddenly deprived of his sight, and died in 1555. See Fuller, Worthies of England (ed. Nuttall), iii, 509.