The Family of Jim and Selma Burrows

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  • ID: I3686
  • Name: Elizabeth Bourchier
  • Given Name: Elizabeth
  • Surname: Bourchier
  • Name: Elizabeth 1
  • Sex: F
  • Death: in John Claypoole's house, Noroborough, Northhamptonshire, England 1
  • Burial: @#DJULIAN@ 19 NOV 1665 1 1
  • Birth: 1598
  • Death: 8 OCT 1672 in Northhamptonshire, England 2
  • Change Date: 7 May 2005 at 18:21:30

    Father: (Sir) James Bourchier
    Mother: Frances Crane

    Marriage 1 Oliver Cromwell b: 25 APR 1599 in Huntingdon, England
    • Married: 22 AUG 1620 in St. Giles, Cripplegate, London 3 2
    • Change Date: 7 May 2005
    1. Has No Children Robert Cromwell b: 1621
    2. Has No Children Oliver Cromwell b: 1623
    3. Has No Children Bridget Cromwell b: 1624
    4. Has No Children Richard Cromwell b: 1626
    5. Has No Children Henry Cromwell b: 1628
    6. Has Children Elizabeth Cromwell b: 1629
    7. Has No Children James Cromwell b: 1632
    8. Has No Children Mary Cromwell b: 1637
    9. Has No Children Frances Cromwell b: 1638

    1. Title: Genealogy of the Claypoole Family of Philadelphia 1588-1893
      Abbrev: Graff's Claypoole Family
      Author: Rebecca Irwin Graff
      Publication: (1893)
        Name: Jim & Selma Burrows
        Note: We have a small number of family history books collected by my mother and me over the years. Occassionally they are at her house rather than mine. /s/ JLB
        Date: 22 Sep 1999
        Date: 22 Sep 1999

      Media: Paper + Proofed Scan
      Date: 10 Jul 2005
    2. Title: Linda L Davis's Fox-Miller10104.GED
      Abbrev: Linda L Davis
      Author: Linda L Davis
      Publication: Merged on 7 May 2005 at 18:17:52
        Name: WorldConnect Web site
        Date: 14 Apr 2002

      Date: 7 May 2005
    3. Title: Letter from Benjamin Claypoole to his nephew, 22d March 1706/7
      Abbrev: Benjamin Claypoole, 1706/7
      Author: Benjamin Claypoole
      Text: London, 22d March 1706/7

      This comes by the hand of a gentleman my very good friend a hopeFull young man of a plentiFull fortune, I supposed he may have ventured one third of it this voyage. I have recommended him to you for advice, this being his first going to sea, not but that he has a very honnest Gentleman to his friend, one Mr Palmer who proceeds the voyage with him, & has promised that he will assist in his affairs, but If he should apply himself to you pray advise him cordially as you value me for heartily wish his welfare. To requite your compliance with my curiosity in writing me a particular account of your family, I here send you an account of ours.

      My Grandfather and your great Grandfather was a Knight, he had many children. My father and your Grandfather was the third Son of his first wife, to whom he left an estate of 900 p' ann. & to his eldest son by his second wife he gave 600 p' annum. My father married Mary Angell, her father was fishmonger to King Charles I. My father Was a Justice in corum & member in parliament. they had 14 children 8 sons & 6 daughters I mention them in order of birth, Mary who married William Seild Esquire he was a justice of the Peace, Member in parliament & Captain of Militia,John married Oliver Cromwell the protector's daughter; Elizabeth who married Doctor Alexander Staple an english Knight but his estates was in Ireland, Robert a linnen draper but died a batchelor; Wingfield a Captain of Horse, Graneley a Cornet, Dorothy married a parson with a good temporal estate none living but a granddaughter lately married to one Jones a linnen draper, Frances married to a rich gentleman in lincolnshire and died of her first child, James your good father, Edward a Captain of foot but went to Barbadoes & there married a rich widow by whom had two Daughters-vizt Mary & Frances, Martha died a child, second Martha died unmarried, Norton & myself the youngest, all Happiness attend you here & hereafter is the hearty desires & daily prayers of your affectionate uncle

      Our predecessors coat of arms
      The crest a fleur de luce" [Arms]
      Date: 15 Apr 2008
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