Mary Burgess

(23 September 1692 - before 10 August 1737)
     Mary Burgess was christened on 23 September 1692 in Doddington, Cambridgeshire. She was the daughter of Thomas Burgess.
Mary Burgess married Thomas Bowker, son of Thomas Bowker and Ann Addison, on 25 July 1711 in St Mary, Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire.
Her husband mentions his brothers in law John & David Burgess in his will. In 1725 a David Burgess marries in St Ives, this is the only entry for a David in the county to 1754.
     Mary died before 10 August 1737 in Yaxley, Huntingdonshire. She was buried on 10 August 1737 in Yaxley.

Children of Mary Burgess and Thomas Bowker

Roger Burgess

(30 January 1709 - )
     Roger Burgess was christened on 30 January 1709 in Doddington, Cambridgeshire. He was the son of Thomas Burgess.

Thomas Burgess

     Thomas Burgess married Margaret Smith in 1683 in Doddington, Cambridgeshire, England.

Children of Thomas Burgess

Thomas Burgess

(23 May 1701 - )
     Thomas Burgess was christened on 23 May 1701 in Doddington, Cambridgeshire. He was the son of Thomas Burgess.

William Burgess

(31 October 1697 - )
     William Burgess was christened on 31 October 1697 in Doddington, Cambridgeshire. He was the son of Thomas Burgess.

Mary Ann Burgess? (Symonds)

(circa 1819 - December 1878)
     Mary Ann Burgess? (Symonds) was born circa 1819 in Badwell Ash, Suffolk. Mary Ann Burgess? (Symonds) was also known as Simmons in records.
Mary Ann Burgess? (Symonds) married William Bullett, son of John Bullett, on 1 November 1858 in Elmswell, Stow RD, Suffolk. William Bullet, Laborer (s) & Mary Ann Symonds (w*), son of John Bullet, Laborer. Daughter of Joseph Burgess?, Laborer in the presence of Henry Goddard & Eliza ?
She was probably the Mary Anne Burgess who married John Simmons in the Sep quarter of 1843 in the Stow Registration district; a John Simmons died in the March quarter of 1858 in the Stow district.
     Mary Ann Burgess? (Symonds) and William Bullett were recorded on the 1861 census in Elmswell. William Bullett, head, 41, farm lab., born Rattlesden; Mary Ann, wife, 42, born Badwell Ash; Sarah Burgess, unmarried 19, daughter in law, born Badwell Ash; Wm Henry Simmons, son in law, unmarried? 17, woodcutter, born Elmswell; Rachel Simmons, daughter 13, ... of place; Jemima Simmons, daughter, 10, John Bullett son, 1, George Burgess, grandson, aged 9 months, all born at Elmswell.
     Mary Ann Burgess? (Symonds) and William Bullett were recorded on the 1871 census in Norton, Suffolk. William Bullett 45, farm labourer, born Norton, his wife Maryann Bullett 50 born Badwell Ash, John Bullett 10, labourer ag., born Elmswell.
     Mary's death was registered in the quarter ending in December 1878 in Bradford RD, Yorkshire.

Child of Mary Ann Burgess? (Symonds) and William Bullett

Egidia de Burgh

     Egidia de Burgh was also known as Gille in records. She was born in Scotland?. She was the daughter of Walter de Burgh Earl of Ulster and Maud de Laci. Egidia de Burgh was also known as Jill in records.
     Egidia de Burgh married James Stewart 5th High Steward as his second wife. They had four children including Andrew who died before 1309..

Elizabeth Joan de Burgh

(circa 1826 - 20 February 1854)
     Elizabeth Joan de Burgh was born circa 1826 in Ireland. She was the daughter of Ulick John de Burgh 14th Earl Clanricarde and Hon Harriet Canning Lady Clanricarde.
Elizabeth Joan de Burgh married Henry Thynne Lascelles 4th Earl of Harewood, son of Henry Lascelles 3rd Earl of Harewood and Louisa Thynne, on 17 July 1845 in London, St George Hanover Square, Middlesex.
     Elizabeth died on 20 February 1854 in Harewood, Yorkshire.

Elizabeth de Burgh

(circa 1289 - 26 October 1327)
     Elizabeth de Burgh was born circa 1289 in Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland. She was the daughter of Richard Og de Burgh, 2nd earl of Ulster (The Red Earl; 1259 - 29 July 1326).
     Elizabeth de Burgh married Robert, the Bruce, King of Scotland as his second wife, in 1302 in Writtle, Essex, England.
     Elizabeth died on 26 October 1327 in Cullen, Buckie, Moray/Aberdeenshire, Scotland. She was buried in October 1327 in in the choir of the Abbey, Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland.

Children of Elizabeth de Burgh and Robert, the Bruce, King of Scotland

Richard de Burgh 'Red' Earl of Ulster

( - 28 June 1326)
     Richard de Burgh 'Red' Earl of Ulster was the son of Walter de Burgh Earl of Ulster and Maud de Laci.
     Richard died on 28 June 1326 in Athassil or Athassel, Tipperary, Ireland.

Richard de Burgh the Great

( - January 1242/43)
     Richard de Burgh the Great married Una or Agnes O'Connor. Richard de Burgh the Great was widowed in January 1242/43 on the death of his wife Richard de Burgh the Great.

Children of Richard de Burgh the Great and Una or Agnes O'Connor

Ulick John de Burgh 14th Earl Clanricarde

(20 December 1802 - 1874)
      I4th Earl & 1st Marquess (3rd creation) Clanricarde. Son of John Thomas de Burgh, 13th Earl, and nephew of Henry 12th Earl & 1st Marquess (2nd creation). Educated at Eton and entered the Foreign Office. In 1826 Clanricarde became Under Secretary for State for Foreign Affairs under his father-in-law. K.P., P.C. Ambassador to St Petersburg, Postmaster General. Lord privy Seal. See Clanricarde country for a full account of his problems with Irish lands and his political career. Ulick John de Burgh 14th Earl Clanricarde was born on 20 December 1802 in Belmont, Hampshire.
Ulick John de Burgh 14th Earl Clanricarde married Hon Harriet Canning Lady Clanricarde, daughter of George Canning and Joan Scott, on 4 April 1825 in Gloucester Lodge, London, England. She married the 1st Marquess of Clanricarde and through her descend the Earl of Harewood, Viscount Boyne, Viscount Chandos, Baron Lloyd, Viscount Allendale, Baron Beaumont of Whitley, Baron Poltimore, Viscount Lond, Baron Wraxall, Baron Northbrook, the Earl of Mexborough, the Countess of Carlisle and Sir Charles Cooper Bt. and a host of other families in England & Ireland.
     Ulick died in 1874.

Children of Ulick John de Burgh 14th Earl Clanricarde and Hon Harriet Canning Lady Clanricarde

Ulick de Burgh

(circa 1826 - 1867)
     Ulick de Burgh was born circa 1826. He was the son of Ulick John de Burgh 14th Earl Clanricarde and Hon Harriet Canning Lady Clanricarde.
     Ulick died in 1867.

Walter de Burgh Earl of Ulster

( - after 1264)
      He was Lord of Connaught.. Walter de Burgh Earl of Ulster was the son of Richard de Burgh the Great and Una or Agnes O'Connor.
Walter de Burgh Earl of Ulster married Maud de Laci, daughter of Hugh de Laci Earl of Ulster and Emmeline de Ridlesford.
     Walter died after 1264.

Children of Walter de Burgh Earl of Ulster and Maud de Laci

William de Burgh

      He was of Athankip?. William de Burgh was the son of Richard de Burgh the Great and Una or Agnes O'Connor.

Richard Burgh

     Richard Burgh was born in Ireland.
Richard Burgh married Eleanor Courteney, daughter of Sir Hugh Courteney and Philippa Arcedekne.

Hubert George de Burgh-Canning 2nd Marquess Clanricarde

(1832 - 1916)
      ... surname Canning by Royal licence, as heir of his maternal uncle, the 1st Earl Canning. M.P. for co. Galway 1867-71. On his death the Marquessate of Clanricarde and the Barony of Somerhill became extinct, and the Barony of Dunkellin and Earldom of Clanricarde (cr.1543) and the Viscounty of Burke became extinct, while the Earldom of Clanricarde (cr.1800) devolved under special remainder upon his cousin George Ulick, 6th Marquis of Sligo.. Hubert George de Burgh-Canning 2nd Marquess Clanricarde was born in 1832. He was the son of Ulick John de Burgh 14th Earl Clanricarde and Hon Harriet Canning Lady Clanricarde.
     Hubert died in 1916.

Greta Adelaide Burguez

(1906 - )
     Greta Adelaide Burguez was born in 1906 in Brisbane area, Queensland.
Greta Adelaide Burguez married Knight Percival Barnett, son of Knight Leslie Barnett and Mary Adeline Phillips, in 1931 in Brisbane area, Queensland.

Catherine Burke

(circa 1820? - )
     Catherine Burke was born circa 1820?.
Catherine Burke married John Colbert before 1842.

Children of Catherine Burke and John Colbert

Eleanor Burke

(before 1700 - )
     Eleanor Burke was also known as Elinor Burch in records. She was born before 1700.
Eleanor Burke married John Handy, son of Thomas Handy and Elizabeth Sain(s) / Saim, on 30 November 1719 in St Catherine, Dublin. John Handy & Elinor Burch/Burk. by publication [of banns]. This John seems too old for this marriage - further research required.

Children of Eleanor Burke and John Handy

Gertrude Magdalene Burke

(1891 - 1965)
     Gertrude Magdalene Burke was born in 1891 in Bendigo, Victoria. She was the daughter of Michael & Charlotte.
Gertrude Magdalene Burke married Fredrick Peter Booker, son of William Booker and Emma Bullett, in 1911 in Perth, Western Australia. She married secondly Ernest A Ritchie in 1919 at Perth.
     Gertrude died in 1965 in Rivervale, Perth, Western Australia.

Children of Gertrude Magdalene Burke and Fredrick Peter Booker

John Hardiman Burke

     John Hardiman Burke was born in Ireland. He was of St Clerans, co. Galway.
John Hardiman Burke married Elizabeth Armstrong, daughter of Andrew Armstrong and Deborah Simpson.

Mary Burke

     Mary Burke married James Colbert on 10 February 1833 in Kilworth, Cork, Ireland.

Mary Ann Burke

(1775 - 1826)
     Mary Ann Burke was born in 1775 in Barbados. She may be the same person who was known as Mary nn Ahby, but as neither Kitty nor John Burke Ashby were mentioned in Robert Cooper Ashby's will it needs more work.
     Mary Ann Burke had a long term relationship with Robert Cooper Ashby, son of Robert Moore Ashby and Mary Arthur, from circa 1795 in Barbados.
     Mary died in 1826 in Barbados.
     In Robert Cooper Ashby's will dated 4 November 1837 in Christ Church, Barbados, Mary Ann Burke was named as heir.

Child of Mary Ann Burke and Robert Cooper Ashby

Ann Burkitt

     Ann Burkitt married David Popplewell on 24 June 1706 in Scawby, Lincolnshire.

Mary Burkitt

(before 1710 - 19 January 1788)
     Mary Burkitt was born before 1710 in Messingham?, Lincolnshire.
     Mary Burkitt and Robert Popplewell obtained a marriage licence before 7 July 1731 in Bottesford, Lincolnshire, England. Robert Popplewell & Mary Burkett, aged 22, spinster, to be married at Bottesford or Scotter, neither of the parish.
Mary Burkitt married Robert Popplewell, son of John Popplewell, on 7 July 1731 in Bottesford, Lincolnshire. However her hsuband may have been John of Scotter. A Robert & Mary Popple had children baptised at Messingham: William on 25 July 1762 , Mary 18 Jan 1765 and Anne 26 June 1770 but these seem to be a generation out..
     Mary was buried on 19 January 1788 in Messingham, Lincolnshire.

Children of Mary Burkitt and Robert Popplewell

George Burks

     George Burks married Susanna Bland, daughter of Charles Bland and Susan Smith, on 14 September 1819 in St Mary, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.

Emma Burman

(before 1799 - )
     Emma Burman was also known as Elizabeth Emma in records. She was born before 1799.
     Emma Burman and Thomas Abraham Cocksedge obtained a marriage licence on 18 October 1815 in Sudbury, Suffolk. Thos. Abraham Cocksedge, of Woolpit, s.m. & Emma Burman, of same, s.w., at same.
Emma Burman married Thomas Abraham Cocksedge on 19 October 1815 in Woolpit, Suffolk.
     Emma Burman was mentioned in the will of Thomas Abraham Cocksedge dated 21 April 1825.

Children of Emma Burman and Thomas Abraham Cocksedge

Henry Burman

     Henry Burman married Margaret Trull, daughter of Edward Trull and Ann Unknown Trull, on 31 July 1698 in St Gregory, Norwich, Norfolk, England.

Agnes Burn

     Agnes Burn married Henry or Harry Hooper as his third wife, on 14 May 1736 in Sprouston, Roxburghshire, Scotland.

Children of Agnes Burn and Henry or Harry Hooper