Great
grand
parents

Gen.=+6
Richard   Burrows
1718-1753 Monument in Great Sampford Church
      Matthew   Woodley
1724-1782
  Morris   Stamford   David   Pulley
1723-1788
  William   Seymour   Matthew   Woodley
1753-1831 Churchwarden of St Mary the Virgin, Stansted Mountfichet. Info on the Woodley family from Geoff Woodcock c/o Tony Woodcock <aw697@@tiscali.co.uk>
   
m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m.
Elizabeth  
1716-1782 Written about by Gerald Curtis in his story of the Sampfords Monument in Great Sampford Church
  Margaret   Battell
1727-1771 Marriage banns (Geoff Woodcock has copy) say she was 21 & a half when he was 22. Marriage was in Jun 1749 suggesting she was born c. 1727. However his tomb says he was 58 when he died in 1782 suggesti
Letitia   Mary   Mills
-1775
Martha   Letitia   Stamford
1754-1808 At marriage noted as of Stansted Mountfitchet! From copy of letter from Matthew Fuller Woodley 11/1/1886: '....? Stamford from Stamford, Lincolnshire.' Inscriptions St Mary the Virgin, Stansted Mount> fitchet 1404: 'Sacred to the Memory of Mrs Letitia Woodley Wife of Mr Matthew Woodley who departed this life the 17 Day of December 1808 Aged 51 years Also of Mr Matthew Woodley Husband of the above w
 
Grand
parents

Gen.=+5
Richard   Burrows
b. MAY 1752
d. APR 1832 buried 1 May 1832 Saffron Walden
m. Ann  
b. 1756
d. FEB 1832 buried 16 Feb 1832, Saffron Walden
Matthew   Woodley
b. 1753
d. 9 DEC 1831 Churchwarden of St Mary the Virgin, Stansted Mountfichet. Info on the Woodley family from Geoff Woodcock c/o Tony Woodcock <aw697@@tiscali.co.uk>
m. Letitia   Stamford
b. ABT 1754
d. 17 DEC 1808 At marriage noted as of Stansted Mountfitchet! From copy of letter from Matthew Fuller Woodley 11/1/1886: '....? Stamford from Stamford, Lincolnshire.' Inscriptions St Mary the Virgin, Stansted Mount> fitchet 1404: 'Sacred to the Memory of Mrs Letitia Woodley Wife of Mr Matthew Woodley who departed this life the 17 Day of December 1808 Aged 51 years Also of Mr Matthew Woodley Husband of the above w
Joseph   Pulley
b. 9 NOV 1760
d. 14 JUL 1843 I originally had Henry. New info from Marjorie Perry. 1841 Census: Hackney ! <marjorie@@rmperry.freeserve.co.uk>
m. Frances   Seymour
b. 21 DEC 1759
d. 29 JAN 1843 1841 Census: Hackney
William   Woodley
b. 1776
d. 8 MAY 1827 Monumental Inscription in St Mary the Virgin, Stansted Mountfitchet
m. Charlotte   Eames
b. ABT 1786
d. 23 FEB 1875 d. aged 88, poss. registered in Kensington (FreeBMD). Monumental Inscription in St Mary the Virgin, Stansted Mountfitchet
Parents
Gen.=+4
Henry   Burrows
b. 10 JAN 1798
d. 29 AUG 1873 1841 Census: Market Place
m. Elizabeth   Woodley
b. 7 MAY 1796
d. 20 OCT 1859 Saffron Walden
Samuel Horton   Pulley
b. 5 FEB 1800 London
d. 26 NOV 1869 Upper Clapton of Lower Eaton Herefordshire and of Hornsey Middlesex. in 1838 1851 census: 9 Mount Pleasant, Stamford Hill, Hackney
m. Suzannah King   Woodley
b. 11 JAN 1809 City of London
d. 11 DEC 1899 Campsbourne, Beckenham, Kent 1841: with William Matthew and Charlotte Augusta Woodley Hornsey, Middlesex .1851: 9 Mount Pleasant, Stamford Hill, Hackney 1871: 11 St James, Paddington, 1881: Albemarle Rd Beckenham, Kent 1891: 75 Albemarle Road, Beckenham
Husband,
wife &
siblings

Gen.=+3
Richard Woodley 1831-1905 Moved from Saffron Walden to Twickenham ca, 1864. Later head of brewing firm Cole & Burrows. Lived at The Limes Twickenham. Buried Oak Lane Cemetery (obituary in local paper - died on Saturday). At
Henry Parker 1832-1871 d. suddenly at Mr Lawrence's
Albert Thomas 1840-1901 buried Teddington Cemetery
John Stamford Burrows
b. 10 APR 1834 Saffron Walden
d. 25 DEC 1911 23 Durham Terrace
Underwriter (Lloyds) of 29 Change Alley, Shortlands (1858) then of Strawberry Vale, Twickenham 1895 'The Elms' between Shortlands & Beckenham. Later 12A Upper Hamilton Terrace, London. Elected member of Lloyds 23 Jun 1858 (50 entrance fee, 12/12s annual subs.) buried Teddington Cemetery. 1871 Census: Bromley? 1901 Census: Paddington (b. 1835)
G3, ID=7
m.
Emily Josephine Pulley
b. 18 DEC 1843 Hornsey Middlesex
d. 11 MAY 1934 12A Upper Hamilton Terr. N.W.
buried Teddington Cemetery 15 May 1934 'The Elms' Beckenham, Kent, then 12A Upper Hamilton Terrace, London (near Edgware Rd) 1901 Census: Paddington (b. 1844) 1891 Census: Bromley. 1871 Census: Twickenham 1861 Census: Stamford Hill, Hackney Marriage record: Hackney 1865 Oct-Dec Vol 1b p803.
G3, ID=15
Susan 1838-1858 Youngest child? Possible death record Hackney 1859 Jan-Mar vol 1b p208
Matthew 1839-1856 Likely birth record Edmonton vol3 p103. Likely death record Hackney Oct-Dec.
Samuel 1841-1906 Eldest child? Likely birth record Edmonton Jul-Aug, vol3 p126.
Frederick 1846-1901 (Fred) 2nd child. Possibly became a tea planter in Kenya? (info fr. L. John Burrows). Probable birth record Edmonton 1846 Oct-Dec vol3 p165. Possible death record Falmouth 1901 July-Sep.
Children
Gen.=+2
Arthur John
b. 6 SEP 1866 Strawberry Vale, Twickenham
d. 17 SEP 1910 educ. Sherborne
m.
Ethel Maud Foggett
d. 1967 or Doggett? Lived on an annuity from her father-in-law, Granfer & Harry Burrows. Lived in Brighton (except during WW2 she was in Wantage).
Maude Mary
b. 18 SEP 1867 Strawberry Vale, Twickenham
d. 14 APR 1942 unmarried, Wantage lived with her parents and then in a bedsit. For WW2 lived with Mabel in Wantage. Died of liver cancer. Possibly lived with brother Percy after his wife died (info fr. L. John Burrows).
Percy
b. 11 AUG 1868 Strawberry Vale, Twickenham
d. 16 DEC 1925 educ. Sherborne. Lived at 12 Bournevale Road, Streatham (1901). Constructed railways in Argentina
m.
Alice Clara Clarke
b. 11 DEC 1867 Gloucester Street, Faringdon, Berkshire
d. 9 FEB 1913 Siblings - George C., Emily, Agnes, Helen, Tom, and Kate. Dau. of Charles Clark [b. 1843 at Little Coxwell, Berkshire. Lived at 129 Sherwood Road, Reading (1891). Siblings -Elizabeth, John, Emma, Thomas. Various occupations Railway police, Publican, Labourer] and Elizabeth George [b.about 1847 Uffington/Baulking, Berkshire. Siblings - Ann, Martha]
Ernest Pulley
b. 14 FEB 1870 Strawberry Vale, Twickenham
d. 28 FEB 1945 'Granfer' educ. Sherborne. Lived Hayes Cottage, Hayes, 1897-1904, Westwood, Keston, 1905-11, Heatherside, Keston, 1911-40 (requisitioned by RAF), Beggar's End then Post Cottage (1940-) Developed TB in 1913, & went to a sanatorium in England then Switzerland. While he was away his business went bust. Lieut. in Volunteers (Home Guard) in WW1. After the war a 2nd business went bust. He then worked for Burrows & Co. Retired at Xmas 1939. 1901 Census: Hayes
m.
Margaret Lowther Bouch
b. 1873 Surbiton, Surrey
d. 1958 Esher, Surrey 'Peggie' 'Groomy'. Lived Hayes Cottage, Keston (1897-1905) then in Westwood (1905-11), then in Heatherside (1911-), later in Post Cottage, Bookham (1940-1951) & lastly with Mem & Demon at Lammas Cottage.
Harry Stamford
b. 18 MAY 1874 Strawberry Vale, Twickenham
d. APR 1945 educ. Sherborne. Became 2nd partner in Burrows Bros. Lived in and then took over his parents house, 12A Upper Hamilton Terrace. Destroyed by incendiary bomb 1941.
m.
Averil Florence Taylor
d. 1957 Widow of Harry's great friend Harold Harriman, who d. 1938. After Harry died bought a little house in Ruislip & saw a lot of Charles & Doris Burrows.
Mabel Emily Josephine
b. 13 FEB 1880 The Elms, Shortlands, Kent
d. 1963 lived in Sudbury from 1920 until Bertie retire, then Trevose(?), East Challow, nr Wantage (ca. 1927-37)[letter 28 Sep 1927]., then Edgehill, Wantage, Berks Marriage day from newspaper cutting. Had > polio as a child which left her with a limp.
m.
Capt Herbert Strong (Bertie) Burrough
b. 13 DEC 1876
d. 11 SEP 1952 4th son (out of 10 sons + 1 dau.). A decedant of Henry VII - see Henry7descendSep08.txt  Died of oesophagal cancer. www.angelfire.com/realm/gotha/
Grand
children

Gen.=+1
    Percy Charles Stamford 1 DEC 1895-1969 of Sentosa, Sevenoaks Road, Orpington [2 letters to his Aunt Mabel 1/10/1927 and 8/10]. Army officer in 1915. Ran a tea shop in Lewes (1947), later moved to Ruislip and ran a tobacconist's.
Leonard Thomas (Tom) 14 MAR 1899-JAN 1980 of 27 High St, Shoeharuguess(?) [letter prob. written ca. 1941 to Aunt (Maude?)]. Worshipful master of several masonic lodges including the Great City Lodge in London. Played bowls for England.
Ernest Lowther (Peter) 19 OCT 1899-9 JUL 1902 1901 Census: Hayes, Kent
Dorothea Joan 6 APR 1901-1951 Emigrated to Australia in autumn 1925. Returned 1932? and lived with parents. Died of cancer.
Elizabeth Lowther "Betty" 11 OCT 1902-10 AUG 1903
Richard Morell "Dick" 9 AUG 1904-2 AUG 1942 educ. Tonbridge School. Emigrated to Australia in autumn 1925. Served in Australian Light Horse Regiment (Capt., acting Major). Died of TB.
Katharine Margaret "Kitty" 20 DEC 1906-NOV 1976 'Kaybe' 'Gabby' earned her living as a model. After marriage lived in Beckenham, later Ecclestone Place, London EC1 then Ranelagh Gardens, Putney
Anthony John "Anto" 6 FEB 1908-MAY 1949 educ. scholarship to Tonbridge. Joined Burrows Bros. (ca. 1925) and became a partner (ca. 1935) . Joined West Kent Yeomanry (artillery). Fought in France (Dunkirk), N. Africa, Yugoslavia (Vis). Boug
Cecily 6 APR 1910-1 JUN 1910
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