Hannah Burnham

(26 December 1744 - )
     Hannah Burnham was christened on 26 December 1744 in St Mary, Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire. She was the daughter of John Burnham and Hannah Lamb.

Harriett Burnham

(December 1857 - )
     Harriett Burnham's birth was registered in the quarter ending in December 1857 in Whittlesey RD, Cambridgeshire. She was the daughter of John Burnham and Mary Ann Unknown. Harriett was listed as the daughter of John Burnham in the 1861 census in Whittlesey. John Burnham, 41, farmer of 250 acres, employing 3 boys, born Whittlesey; his wife Mary A 39, born Essex and son Alfred 5, and daughter Hariett 3, both born Whittlesey, plus 2 servants.

Henry Burnham

(16 April 1812 - )
     Henry Burnham married Mary Harris. Henry Burnham was born on 16 April 1812 in Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire. He was the son of John Burnham and Mary Blunt. Henry Burnham was christened on 18 April 1812 in St Mary, Whittlesey.

Children of Henry Burnham and Mary Harris

Henry Burnham

(March 1851 - )
     Henry Burnham was also known as Harry in records. He's birth was registered in the quarter ending in March 1851 in Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire. He was the son of Henry Layton Burnham and Ann Griffin. Mary, Elizabeth and Henry were listed as the children of Henry Layton Burnham in the 1851 census in Market Place, Whittlesey.
     Henry Burnham married Fanny Brawn before 1878.
     Henry Burnham and Fanny Brawn appeared on the 1881 census in Raunds, Northamptonshire. Fanny born Ringstead, & Harry Burnham born Whittelsie, both aged 29 are visiting her mother Martha Brawn aged 62 with their son Percy aged 2, born Yaxley. Her brother James W aged 31 and a servant are also in the household.
     Henry Burnham and Fanny Brawn arrived in 1887 at Canada.

Child of Henry Burnham and Fanny Brawn

Henry Layton Burnham

(27 April 1823 - March 1900)
     Henry Layton Burnham was also known as Harry in records. He was christened on 27 April 1823 in St Mary, Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire. He was the son of John Burnham and Mary Blunt.
     The marriage of Henry Layton Burnham and Ann Griffin was registered in Peterborough RD, in the June 1844 quarter.
     Henry Layton Burnham and Ann Griffin were recorded on the 1851 census in Market Place, Whittlesey. Henry Layton Burnham, 28? farmer of 350 acres, 8 labourers, born Whittlesey; his wife Ann aged 27, born B..., Northamptonshire?, children Mary Ann 6, Elizabeth 4, Harry ..months, all born at Whittlesey, with 2 servants and a nurse.
     Henry Layton Burnham and Mary Lilley were beneficiaries in John Burnham's will dated 7 March 1855 in Whittlesey.
     Henry Layton Burnham and Ann Griffin appeared on the 1861 census in Whittlesey. Henry L Burnham 38, farmer of 392 acres employing 11 men and three boys, born Whittlesey, his wife Ann Burnham 37, born Boro' Fen, Northants; children Mary A Burnham 16, Elizabeth Burnham 14, Henry Burnham 10, Alice Burnham 6, Robert H Griffin 12, visitor, farm boy, born Boro Fen, Ann Watson 43, cook, Jane Courts 22, general servant. They lived next door to Thomas Bowker, farmer of 286 acres and his family.
     Henry Layton Burnham and Ann Griffin appeared on the 1881 census in Market Place, Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire. Henry L Burnham, aged 58, born Whittlesey, magistrate farmer of 630 acres 14 men, 4 boys & 2 women; his wife Ann, aged 57, born Boro Fen, Northamptonshire; son George 19, born Whittlesey, with 2 servants.
     Henry's death was registered in the quarter ending in March 1900 in Peterborough RD .

Children of Henry Layton Burnham and Ann Griffin

James Burnham

(20 February 1810 - )
     James Burnham was born on 20 February 1810 in Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire. He was the son of John Burnham and Mary Blunt. James Burnham was christened on 22 February 1810 in St Mary, Whittlesey.

James Burnham

(9 November 1821 - )
     James Burnham was christened on 9 November 1821 in St Mary, Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire. He was the son of John Burnham and Mary Blunt.

John Burnham

(13 May 1785 - September 1855)
     John Burnham was christened on 13 May 1785 in St Mary, Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire. For further information on the Burnham family see http://members.bellatlantic.net/~vze3hk82/hbdescendants.htm. He was the son of John Burnham and Rebecca Ashling.
     John Burnham married Mary Blunt on 5 April 1808 in Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire. John Burnham & Mary Blunt, both single of this parish, married by licence, witnessed by James Blunt & Sarah Blunt, James Spencer, clerk.
Obviously the children listed here cannot all belong to this union, some may be his father's by his second wife or a different John & Mary altogether.
     He was a maltster, at Market Place & miller at Market Hill.
     John Burnham and Mary Blunt were recorded on the 1851 census in Market Place, Whittlesey. John Burnham, 65, landed proprietor, born Whittlesey, his wife Mary 65, born Whittlesey, Caroline Bowker, grand daughter 4, scholar, born Hunts, Gt Gransden and 2 house servants.
     John Burnham made a will dated 7 March 1855 in Whittlesey. His will mentions his father John and his widow May, his own wife Mary, sons John, Henry Layton, James, daughters Ann & Sarah and grandchildren -
This is the last Will and Testament of me John Burnham of Whittlesey in the Isle of Ely in the County of Cambridge Esquire. I give and devise unto my son John Burnham All those several allotments pieces parts or parcels of land containing by admeasurement one Hundred and forty acres two roods and thirtytwo perches (by tax same more or less) situate and being in in Whittlesey aforesaid allotted and awarded to me by the Whittlesey  Commissioners Together with the farm house, barn, stables and other buildings thereon and all other the rights members privileges and appurtenances thereunto belonging as the same and now in the occupation of Samuel Golden To hold the same unto him my said son John Burnham His Heirs and assigns for ever But subject nevertheless and I do Hereby charge and make liable and chargeable the above described land hereditaments and premises and every part thereof and also my said son John his Heirs and assigns in respect thereof to and with the payment of the sum of One thousand three hundred pounds to Joan Little and John Blunt two of the trustees named in the Will of James Blunt late of Whittlesey aforesaid Esquire deceased in discharge of a Bond for that sum made from me to them as such trustees and I hereby exonerate my personal estate from the payment of the principal money on such bond and also subject. And I do hereby further charge and make liable and chargeable the aforesaid land and hereditaments and every part thereof and also my said son John his heirs and assigns in respect thereof to and with the payment of one annuity or  yearly sum of forty pounds of lawful English money unto my wife Mary Burnham and her assigns for and during the term of her natural life by two equal half yearly payments (that is to say on the sixth day of April and eleventh day of October in every year and the first payment thereof to commence and be made on such of those days as shall first appear next after my decease And whereas I have lately contracted with William Ashling of Whittlesey aforesaid farmer absolute purchase of fifteen acres one rood and twenty six perches (more or less) of land situate in  [Oldcameer?] in Whittlesey aforesaid known as the Poplar Tree ground flow I do hereby devise the said parcel of land and hereditaments with the appurtenances to my said son John Burnham in fee simple and do hereby expressly direct that in the event of my death before the completion of the said contract and the conveyance to me my heirs and assigns of the said land and hereditaments that then and in such case my executor hereinafter named shall by out of my residuary personal estate pay and discharge all sum and sums of money which may remain due and owing to the vendor upon or by virtue of such Contract and at the expense of my said Residuary personal estate cause the same parcel of land and hereditaments to be well and effectually conveyed and assured to my son John his heirs and assigns or to such other use or uses as he or they shall reasonably require I devise all that ?? or premises situate and being on the Market Place in Whittlesey aforesaid in the estate of William Burnham and now in the occupation of my son Henry Layton Burnham together with the fixtures and appurtenances thereunto belonging to my said wife and her assigns for and during the term of her natural life and from and after her decease I devise the same unto my son James Burnham in case he shall survive and be living at the decease of my said wife in fee simple. But in case of the death of my said son James either in my lifetime or the lifetime of my said Wife then I devise the said ?? and premises with the appurtenances unto my sons John Burnham and Henry Layton Burnham as tenants in common in fee simple. I devise and direct that my said Wife Mary Burnham shall have the free use and enjoyment of the ?? or ?? where I now reside situate and being on the Market Place in Whittlesey aforesaid Together with the yards garden rights member privileges and appurtenances and all the fixtures and furniture being therein and thereunto belonging for the period of the ?? ?? computed from my decease if she shall so long desire it and subject to the ?? occupation by my said Wife for such period as aforesaid I devise the said ?? or ?? and premises with the fixtures and appurtenances belonging unto my said son Henry Layton Burnham in fee simple. Also I give and devise unto my said son Henry Layton Burnham all those my ?? pieces or parcels or ?? or pasture Fen or Marsh Land or ground lying and being in Heathbush Whittlesey aforesaid and containing together twenty five acres by ?? (?? more or less) with the barn and other buildings standing and being thereon or on some part or parts thereof which I lately purchased of James Burnham (Draper?) subject to the payment of an annuity or clear yearly sum of Ten Pounds to Mary Burnham the widow of my late Father John Burnham deceased during the term of her natural life payable half yearly. Also all those my several other pieces and parcels of arable or pasture land lying and being in Blankbush in Whittlesey aforesaid and containing together forty five acres by estimation ?? the same more or less which I purchased of the Assignees and Trustees of the estate and effects of William Ground of Whittlesey aforesaid Farmer. Also all those my five acres (?? the same more or less) of land or ground situate lying and being in Blankbush aforesaid which I lately purchased of John Bouncy and Sarah his wife and Mary Abbott widow. Also all those my four acres (more or less) of land or ground in Blankbush last ?fields. Also all those my five acres (?? the same more or less) of land lying in Blankbush aforesaid which I lately purchased of John Peed. Also all those my fifteen acres ( ?? the same more or less) of land or ground lying in Blankbush aforesaid late the estate of Francis Drake the ?? deceased and purchased by me of his ??. Also all those my five acres (?? the same more or less) of arable or pasture land or ground lying in Blankbush aforesaid ?? land late of William Moore South Long Grove East and other lands now belonging to me North and which I lately purchased of the trustees for sale under the will of Richard Cheshire deceased. Also all those my ten acres (?? the same more or less) of pasture fen or marsh land or ground lying and being in Blankbush in Whittlesey aforesaid which I purchased of Harry Haynes Esquire. Also all those my five acres (?? by the same more or less) of pasture fen or marsh land or ground lying and being in (Heath?) otherwise Blankbush in Whittlesey aforesaid which I also purchased of the said Harry Haynes. Also all those my five acres (?? the same more or less) of pasture or arable land or ground lying and being in Blankbush aforesaid ?? land Heretofore Sargants north land of James Road Cordwainer South land of John Smith deceased East and Long Grove West which I also purchased of the Trustees for ?? under the will of the said Richard Cheshire deceased and also all those my ?? ?? (by the same more or less) of land lying and being in Blankbush aforesaid near ?? Grove Gate lately purchased by me of William Southfield and James Whyle All within last ?? ?? are in the occupation of my said son Henry Layton Burnham. Together will all and singular the ?? ?? outhouses rights ?? priveleges and appurtenances to the said last ?? lands ?? and premises belonging or appertaining to ?? the same and every part and parcel thereof unto and to the use of my said son Henry Layton Burnham his heirs and assigns forever. But subject nevertheless to and with the payment of the said annuity of ten pounds to the said Mary Burnham widow from and after my ?? ?? on the said twenty five acres more or less of land or ground and premises thereinfore mentioned on the days and times and in the manner the same are now charged and made payable thereon. And also ?? I do hereby charge and make liable and chargeable the said last mentioned pieces or parcels of land ?? and premises and every part and parcel thereor and also my said son Henry Layton Burnham his heirs and assigns in respect thereof to and with the payment of one annuity or ?? yearly sum of fify pounds of lawful money unto my said wife Mary Burnham and her assigns for and during the term of the natural life by two equal half yearly payments that is to ?? on the sixth day of April and the eleventh day of October in every year and the first payment to begin on such of those days as shall first happen after my decease. Also I give and devise all those thirty five acres by estimation (by the same more or less) of land in Blankbush aforesaid with the ?? and buildings standing and being thereon or on some part thereof lately purchased by me of William Moore. Also those ten acres more or less of land in Blankbush aforesaid lately purchased by me of Samuel Freeman and others. And also all that my reversion? Or remainder? Expectant on the death of Elenor Kingston of and in an undivided moity? Of four acres more or less of land in Blankbush in Whittlesey aforesaid lately purchased by and of Robert Whitehead and Ann his wife with the rights and appurtenances to the several lastly thereintofore described ?? belonging unto my said son Henry Layton Burnham his heirs and assigns forever. Also I give and devise unto my granddaughter erison? the daughter of my son James Burnham all those nine acres more or less of land in Southway Field in Whittlesey aforesaid adjoining or near to a ?? of land ?? ?? ?? now in the occupation of Stephen Gregory to hold to her heirs and assigns forever. But in case she shall depart this life before she shall attain the age of Twenty One years then I devise the said ?? and premises to her father the said James Burnham in case shall be living at the time of her decease his heirs and assigns forever. But in case my said son James shall die in the lifetime of his said daughter and before she shall have attained the age of twenty one years then and in ?? last mentioned case I devise the said nine acres (more or less) of land with the appurtenances of the decease of my granddaughter under the age of twenty one to my said sons John Burnham and Henry Layton Burnham to hold to ?? their heirs and assigns forever as Tenants in Common. I bequeath the some of one thousand three hundred pounds and two hundred pounds payable at my decease lately belonging to my said son James and which I purchased of his ?? to my said son John Burnham his executors administrators and assigns absolutely. I bequeath to my said son James Burnham in case he shall be living at my decease the ?? or sum of one thousand pounds in Sterling to be paid to him within twelve calendar months after my death. But in case my said son James Burnham shall be then dead or shall not be heard of for three years after my decease then I bequeath the said sum of one thousand pounds to my said sons John Burnham and Henry Layton Burnham in equal shares. I bequeath to my daughter Sarah, wife of Edward Vorgette, the legacy or sum of nine hundred pounds sterling to be paid to her within six calendar months after my decease. I also bequeath the sum of eight hndred pounds sterling to such of my grandchilden Samuel Golden, Charles Golden, John Golden and Ann Golden (children of my late daughter Ann) as shall attain the age of twenty one years and if more than one ?? and I grant the said sum to be paid or set apart at the ?? of six calendar months from my decease. I bequeath to my said wife Mary Burnham the sum of one thousand pounds to be paid to her within one month after my decease and I also bequeath to my said wife the further sum of eight hundred pounds sterling to be paid to her within ?? ?? months after my decease with lawful interest thereon from the day of my death until actual payment (which said sum of eight hundred pounds forms part of the money now ?? in our Marriage Settlement and which has with appropriation by me for our own use. I bequeath to my friends John Little of ?? Whittlesey aforesaid Farmer and William Read of Whittlesey aforesaid Farmer the legacy or sum of Nineteen pounds and Nineteen shillings each as a small compensation for the trouble they may have in ?? the trusts of this my will. I bequeath to my friend John Peed of Whittlesey aforesaid Gentleman for mourning. I direct that the ?? ?? Hereintofore bequeathed shall be paid free of ?? duty. I bequeath to the said John Little and William Read their executors administrators and assigns the sum of two thousand two hundred pounds sterling but nevertheless upon the trusts hereinafter declared ?? the same (that is to say ?? trust to invest the same in their ?? in or upon the Public stocks or funds or other government securities or any ?? in the United Kingdom with power to vary the investment from time to time for any other of the like nature. And on further trust to empower my said Wife to receive the annual product of the same sum of two thousand two hundred pounds or the investment thereof during her life and after her decease to hold as well the capital as the annual product therefore to become due in trust for the ?? and in the proportions hereinafter declared (that is to say, As of the sum of eight hundred pounds part thereof in trust for my said daughter Sarah Vorgette in case she shall be living at the decease of my said wife her executors administrators and assigns absolutely. But in case she shall be then dead then in trust for the child if only one or all of the children if more than one of my said daughter Sarah Vorgette who shall attain the age of twenty one years absolutely to take in more than one in equal shares as to the sum of eight hundred pounds ?? part of the sum of two thousand two hundred pounds in trust for my said grandchildren Samuel Golden, Charles Golden, John Golden and Ann Golden under the age of twenty one years as well the share originally given as the shares ?? under this ?? executory trust to such grandchild or grandchildren equally or to the grandchild if only one solely I ?? that my trustees shall invest and routine invested in their names ?? to the duration hereinbefore contained the portion and portions of any or either of my grandchildren hereinbefore named or referred to as shall at my decease or at the decease of my said wife be under the age of twenty years accumulating the income and such income and accumulations shall follow the destination of the capital without the same shall have arisen and as to the sum of six hundred pounds in trust for my grandson Richard James Warrington to be vested in him on his attaining the age of twentyone years and I direct the said sum to be if vested at the decease of my said wife paid or if not vested be retained and be ?? invested according to the direction thereinbefore ?? and I direct my said trustees to apply the amount of the said sum of six hundred pounds while the same shall remain contingent towards the maintenance duration and advancement in life of the said Richard James Warrington. But in case the said Richard James Warrington shall die under the age of twenty one years then I direct my said trustees to hold the said sum of six hundred pounds and the unapplied income thereof in trust for my said sons John Burnham, Henry Layton Burnham and James Burnham in equal shares absolutely. Also I give and bequeath unto my said wife all the furniture in the Dining (??) room at the East end of my dwelling house (except the pianoforte, the pictures pictures and prints window curtains and window blinds. Also all the furniture in the room in which I usually sleep with the two chests and the linen contained therein (except the wardrobe window curtains and blinds. Also all the furniture in the room above the chamber where I usually sleep (except the window curtains and blinds. Also all the furniture in the servants chamber and the chamber adjoining (except the window curtains and blinds during the life and after the decease of my said wife then to my said sons John and Henry and my said daughter Sarah Vorgette equally. Also I bequeath to my said wife the use of five pairs of silver salt holders and four silver salt spoons four large sized silver forks and four smaller sized silver forks my plated egg stand with four egg cups and four spoons belonging thereto for her life and after her decease to my said son Henry Layton Burnham for his own use. Also I bequeath to my said wife and eight day clock and all the plate and plated goods which were hers before our intermarriage. Also one dozen of silver dessert spoons one pair of silver tureen ladles and one gravy spoon. Also six dozen of port wine and six dozen of sherry for her own use absolutely. All the rest of my port and sherry wines I bequeath to my said son Henry Layton Burnham absolutely. The remainder of my wines and all my spiritous liquors I bequeath to my said wife and my said son Henry Layton Burnham in equal shares. Also I give and bequeath unto my said son John Burnham my silver tankard, my silver soup ladle one dozen silver tea spoons two pairs of silver table spoons four large sized silver forks and four smaller sized silver forks and my copper tea urn. Unto my son Henry Layton Burnham my silver cup presented to me as one of the trustees under the will of the late Thomas Moore Maydwell deceased by the parties beneficially interested therein unto my said son James Burnham the watch I usually wear with the chain and seals worn therewith unto my said grandson Richard James Warrington my silver half pint and unto my said daughter Sarah Vorgette two pairs of silver table spoons my large silver skewer my silver sugar basin silver ?? jug five large silver forks five smaller silver forks one dozen silver teaspoons and one pair of silver tureen ladles. I give and bequeath all my linen and also all my glass and earthenware and printed books unto my said wife and my said son Henry Layton Burnham in equal shares absolutely. All the rest of my household furniture and effects stock of ale and beer Brewing utensils barrels bottles and all the fixtures that may be in and about my dwelling and premises and the time of my decease and all other my personal estate whatsover and all the rest residue and remainder of my ?? and ?? ?? cottages lands tenements ?? and real estates whatsoever ?? ?? not Hereinbefore otherwise disposed of with the appurtenances I give devise and bequeath unto my said son Henry Layton Burnham his heirs executors administrators and assigns forever. But subject nevertheless and I do hereby charge and make liable and chargeable the said residuary real and personal estates and also in case of a deficiency therein all other the estates therein before devised to my said son Henry Layton Burnham his heirs and assigns in respect thereof to and with the payment of such sum and sums of money in and of my residuary personal estates as my be required to discharge and satisfy my just debts personal and testementary ?? and the several legacies and bequests hereintofore contained. And I do hereby nominate constitute and appoint my said son Henry Layton Burnham sole executor this my will and I devise all estates which at my decease be vested in me as trustee or Mortgagee to the said Henry Layton Burnham his heirs executors administrators and assigns subject to the Equities affecting the same respectively. I declare that the receipts of the said John Little and William Read for such monies stores funds and securities as shall be paid or transferred to them by virtue of my will shall effectually discharge the previous paying or transferring the same from liability to set to application thereof. And I declare that my said trustees shall be ?? for their own respective arts receipts and defauls only and shall be at liberty to retain to and allow to each other out of the monies coming to their hands by virtue of my will all expenses incurred in executing the trusts thereof. And I declare that on the death refusal or incapacity of the said trustees or either of them or any trustees or trustee to be appointed under this Clause it shall be lawful for the ?? trustees or trustee if any of the time being for my will whether refusing further to act or not or if none for the executors or administrators or either or any of them of the last deceased to appoint a fit person or persons to supply the place of the deceased refusing or incapacitated trustees or trustee and I declare that the previous clauses as far as they ?? my trustees as hereintofore named shall extend and be applied to the trustees and Trustee for the time being of my will. Lastly, I revoke all other will and wills by me at any time or times heretofore made and declare this writing alone to be and contain the whole of my will. In witness whereof I have at the foot of each of the nine preceding sheets hereof and and also at the foot or end thereof set my hand this seventh day of March in the year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and fifty five – John Burnham signed by the said testator as and for his last will and testament in the presence of us present at the same time who at his request in his presence and in the presence of each other have hereunto our names as witnesses the several erasures and interliniations appearing herein and ?? by our initials having been first ??. Robert F ?? surgeon Whittlesey – Geo Moore Smith ?? Whittlesey. He added a codicil to his will on 28 April 1855 in Whittlesey. This is the first codicil to the last will and testament of John Burnham of Whittlesey in the Isle of Ely in the County of Cambridge Esquire which will bears date the seventh day of March last. Whereas ?? Read named in my said will as a trustee is lately dead Now it is my will that William Read of Whittlesey aforesaid farmer shall be substituted in the place of the said William Read as one of the trustees of my will. And I direct that my said will shall be read and construed as if the name of the said ?? Read had been inserted therein in the place and instead of the name of the said ?? Read had been inserted therein had been inserted therein and in the place and instead of the name of the said William Read and I bequeath to the said ?? Read the legacy or sum of nineteen pounds and nineteen shillings as a small compensation for the trouble he may have in executing the trusts of my said will. And I confirm my said (wife?) except as aforesaid. In witness whereof I have set my hand this twenty eighth day of April in the year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and fifty five -- John Burnham signed by the said testator as and for the first codicil to his last will and testament in the presence of as ?? at the same ?? ?? at his request in his presence and in the presence of each other have ?? or ?? as ?? -- Robert Kelly Crisp -- ?? Peed.
     John died in September 1855 aged 70.
     His will was proved on 14 February 1856 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. Proved at London with a codicil the 14th Feb 1856 before the worshipful ?? Thomas Pratt ?? of Laws and Surrogate by the oath of Henry Layton Burnham the son the sole executor to whom ?? was granted having been first sworn duly to administer.

Children of John Burnham and Mary Blunt

John Burnham

(27 April 1831 - )
     John Burnham was christened on 27 April 1831 in St Mary, Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire. He was the son of William Burnham and Matilda Beharrell.
     John Burnham was recorded on the 1851 census in Whittlesey. In the Speechleyhousehold were John Burnham, assistant, unmarried 20, journeyman draper, born Whittlesey and James Blunt, apprentice age 19.

John Burnham

(11 November 1748 - before 19 March 1829)
     John Burnham was christened on 11 November 1748 in St Mary, Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire. He was the son of John Burnham and Hannah Lamb.
     John Burnham married Rebecca Ashling on 26 November 1772 in Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire. John Burnham was widowed on 27 January 1804 in Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire, on the death of his wife Rebecca Ashling.
     John Burnham married secondly Mary Lilley on 25 November 1805 in Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire. Married by licence, John Burnham, widower & Mary Lilley (x) spinster.
     John died before 19 March 1829 in Market Hill, Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire. He was buried on 19 March 1829 in St Mary, Whittlesey.

Children of John Burnham and Rebecca Ashling

John Burnham

(16 September 1711? - )
     John Burnham was born on 16 September 1711? In St Mary, Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire. He was possibly the son of Nicholas baptised in 1711.
     John Burnham married Hannah Lamb on 18 November 1739 in St Mary, Whittlesey. They were both single.

Children of John Burnham and Hannah Lamb

John Burnham

(6 March 1820 - June 1877)
     John Burnham was christened on 6 March 1820 in St Mary, Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire. He was the son of John Burnham and Mary Blunt.
     John Burnham married an unknown person on 30 March 1840 in Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire. Married by licence, John Burnham, minor, son of John Burnham farmer, of Market Place Whittlesey, married Elizabeth Haynes of Grove House, Whittlesey, daughter of Henry Haynes, gentleman.
     John Burnham married secondly Mary Ann Unknown before 1851.
     John Burnham and Mary Ann Unknown were recorded on the 1851 census in Whitmore St, Whittlesey. John Burnham, 31, farmer, occupier of 211? acres of land & employing 8 labourers, born Whittlesey, with is wife Mary Ann aged 29, born Stratford, Essex and a servant Elizabeth Winterton, agd 25.
     John Burnham and Mary Ann Unknown appeared on the 1861 census in Whittlesey. John Burnham, 41, farmer of 250 acres, employing 3 boys, born Whittlesey; his wife Mary A 39, born Essex and son Alfred 5, and daughter Hariett 3, both born Whittlesey, plus 2 servants.
     John's death was registered in the quarter ending in June 1877 in Whittlesey RD, Cambridgeshire.

Children of John Burnham and Mary Ann Unknown

John Burnham

(22 February 1775 - before 1785)
     John Burnham was christened on 22 February 1775 in St Mary, Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire. He was the son of John Burnham and Rebecca Ashling.
     John died before 1785.

Mary Burnham

(20 August 1808 - before 1 April 1876)
     Mary Burnham was born on 20 August 1808 in Spilsby, Lincolnshire.
     Mary Burnham married Jarvis Stancer, son of Jarvis Stancer and Sarah Douce, on 23 November 1825 in Sutton St Edmund, Lincolnshire. His name was now recorded as Jarvis Stancer.
     Mary Burnham and Jarvis Stancer appeared on the 1861 census in Suton St Edmund. Jarvis Stancer, head, 58, born Rampton, Ntt, with his wife Mary, 52, born South ... Lincs, daughter Jane unmarried, 22, born Spalding and sons John 18, Charles 16, both ag. labs, born Algarkirk, David 12, ditto, born Surfleet. Mary Burnham was listed as David Stancer's mother in the 1871 census in Holbeach, Lincolnshire. David Stancer, aged 24, agricultural labourer, born Surfleet; with his wife Jane aged 25 born Whaplode; son Henry aged 1 born Holbeach; and his parents Jarvis 67 born Rampton, paralyzed & Mary 63 born Spilsby, Lincs, paralyzed.
     Mary died before 1 April 1876 in Holbeach RD, Lincolnshire.

Children of Mary Burnham and Jarvis Stancer

Mary Burnham

(1838 - )
     Mary Burnham was born in 1838. She was the daughter of Henry Burnham and Mary Harris.

Mary Burnham

(21 August 1809 - )
     Mary Burnham was christened on 21 August 1809 in St Mary, Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire. She was the daughter of John Burnham and Mary Blunt.

Mary Burnham

(4 July 1788 - before July 1789)
     Mary Burnham was christened on 4 July 1788 in St Mary, Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire. She was the daughter of John Burnham and Rebecca Ashling.
     Mary died before July 1789.

Mary Burnham

(31 July 1789 - )
     Mary Burnham was christened on 31 July 1789 in St Mary, Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire. She was the daughter of John Burnham and Rebecca Ashling.

Mary Burnham

(20 February 1740/41 - )
     Mary Burnham was christened on 20 February 1740/41 in St Mary, Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire. She was the daughter of John Burnham and Hannah Lamb.

Mary Burnham

(26 December 1808 - )
     Mary Burnham was christened on 26 December 1808 in St Mary, Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire. She was the daughter of John Burnham and Mary Blunt.

Mary Ann Burnham

(March 1845 - )
     Mary Ann Burnham's birth was registered in the quarter ending in March 1845 in Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire. She was the daughter of Henry Layton Burnham and Ann Griffin. Mary, Elizabeth and Henry were listed as the children of Henry Layton Burnham in the 1851 census in Market Place, Whittlesey.

Percy Harry Burnham

(22 May 1878 - 1954)
     Percy Harry Burnham was born on 22 May 1878 in Yaxley, Huntingdonshire, England. He was the son of Henry Burnham and Fanny Brawn. Percy Harry Burnham was listed as Henry Burnham's son in the 1881 census in Raunds, Northamptonshire.
     Percy Harry Burnham married Julia Christianson on 27 November 1905 in St Paul, Minnesota.
     Percy died in 1954 in Canada.

Children of Percy Harry Burnham and Julia Christianson

Rebecca Burnham

(before June 1811 - before 10 June 1850)
     Rebecca Burnham was born before June 1811 in Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire. She was the daughter of John Burnham and Mary Blunt.
     Rebecca Burnham married Thomas Burgess Bowker, son of George Robinson Bowker and Joanna Aveling, on 24 May 1831 in St Mary, Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire. Married - On Tuesday, the 24th May at Whittlesea (by the Rev S L Pope), Mr Thomas Burgess Bowker of Buckworth, Hunts, to Rebecca, second daughter of John Burnham, Esq, of the former place..
     Rebecca Burnham and Thomas Burgess Bowker appeared on the 1841 census in Bowker's Lodge, Buckworth, Huntingdonshire. Thomas Bowker, 30, farmer born in the county, Rebecca 30 not born in the county, James 3, Henry 6 months, both born in the county, with 2 female servants.
     Rebecca died before 10 June 1850 in Eye, Northamptonshire. She was buried on 10 June 1850 in St Matthew, Eye.

Children of Rebecca Burnham and Thomas Burgess Bowker

Rebecca Burnham

(19 July 1778 - )
     Rebecca Burnham was christened on 19 July 1778 in St Mary, Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire. She was the daughter of John Burnham and Rebecca Ashling.

Robert Henry Burnham

(1912 - 1987)
     Robert Henry Burnham was born in 1912 in St Paul, Minnesota, USA. He was the son of Percy Harry Burnham and Julia Christianson.
     Robert died in 1987.

Child of Robert Henry Burnham

Sarah Burnham

(circa 1820? - September 1879)
     Sarah Burnham was born circa 1820?. She was the daughter of John Burnham and Mary Blunt.
     The marriage of Sarah Burnham and Edward Vergette was registered in Whittlesey RD, Cambridgeshire, in the June 1839 quarter.
     Sarah Burnham and Edward Vergette were recorded on the 1851 census in 4 Market Place, Peterborough. Edward Vergette, 41, linen draper, born Glinton? Nth, his wife Sarah 36, born Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire, children Edward 9, scholar, John 7, scholar, all born Peterborough, with 3 servants, 3 assistants, Thomas Bowker, apprentrice draper, aged 19, born Buckworth and Edward Vergette, 14, nephew, assistant (draper) born Masham? Northamptonshire.
     Sarah Burnham and Edward Vergette appeared on the 1861 census in 4 Market Place South, Peterborough. Edward Vergette, 52, draper, born Borough Fen, his wife Sarah 46, born Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire, children Sarah 20, draper's daughter, Edward 19, articled clerk, John B 17, farmer's pupil, all born Peterborough, with 6 assistants.
     Sarah's death was registered in the quarter ending in September 1879 in Peterborough RD.

Children of Sarah Burnham and Edward Vergette

Stephen Burnham

(13 February 1822 - )
     Stephen Burnham was christened on 13 February 1822 in St Mary, Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire. He was the son of John Burnham and Mary Blunt.

Steven Charles Burnham

(1944 - 2000)
     Steven Charles Burnham was born in 1944 in New York, New York, USA. He was the son of Robert Henry Burnham.
     Steven died in 2000.

William Burnham

(1807 - before 1855)
     William Burnham was born in 1807. He was the son of John Burnham and Mary Blunt.
     William Burnham married Matilda Beharrell on 18 May 1830 in St Mary, Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire.
     William died before 1855.

Children of William Burnham and Matilda Beharrell

William Burnham

(10 November 1786 - )
     William Burnham was christened on 10 November 1786 in St Mary, Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire. He was the son of John Burnham and Rebecca Ashling.