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The surname is documented as early as the mid-thirteenth century when one Roger le Buleter is recorded in the Chartulary of Oseney Abbey, Oxfordshire, in the year 1246; the same gentleman is noted in subsequent references as Roger le Buletor (1248) and as Roger le Bolter (1253). Another Roger le Boletere was employed at Oriel College, Oxford and appears in records of the College in 1261. One Geoffrey le Bolter is noted in the Hundred Rolls of Berkshire in Huntingdonshire are recorded in the same sources. The surname is known to have arrived in America at an early data; one Thomas Boulter dwelt at Weymouth in 1661 while one Nathaniel Boulter resided at Hampton around 1685. The arms were first awarded in 1720 to Dr. Hugh Boulter, Bishop of Bristol, later Lord Primate of Ireland.
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(from the Encyclopeadia Brittainica)
"BOULTER, HUGH (b. Jan. 4, 1672, London--d. Sept. 27, 1742, London) English archbishop of Armagh and virtual ruler of Ireland at the height of the 18th-century Protestant Ascendancy, when Ireland was dominated by members of the established Anglican Church of Ireland.
Boulter was ordained priest in the Anglican Church and in 1719 became chaplain to King George I. In 1724 he reluctantly accepted appointment as archbishop of Armagh and primate of the Church of Ireland.
Appointed lord justice, he became the English government's chief adviser in Ireland.
Boulter based his policies on the conviction that England's interests in Ireland were threatened by the large Roman Catholic majority.
Hence, he made the penal laws against Catholics more stringent (1728); Catholics were deprived of the vote and excluded from the legal profession. He also opposed constitutional independence for Irish Protestants but encouraged the establishment of Protestant schools as vehicles to convert the Irish Catholics. At the same time, he sought wherever possible to replace Irishmen with Englishmen in ecclesiastical and political offices. Nevertheless, he made improvements in agriculture and gained some popularity through his generosity to the poor of Dublin."
Mr. Boulter received his B.A. in Government from the University of Texas at Austin and an LL.B from Baylor University School of Law.
He is married to his wife, Rosemary.
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