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John BURLEY (bef1803-1870)

John BURLEY,1 son of Charles BURLEY (1773-1851) and Rebecca MAY (1777-1858), was born before 6 January 1803 in Tregony, Cornwall.1,2 He was christened on 6 January 1803 in Tregony.3 He married Ann MINERS on 6 June 1827 at the Parish Church in Cuby with Tregony, Cornwall. The witnesses were Jas. AVOR and Elizabeth daughter of James MINORS and Mary KEAM.2

John and Ann had 11 children :

- John BURLEY (b.30 Sep 1827 Cuby-with-Tregoney)

- Elizabeth Ann BURLEY (b. 26 Sep 1830 Cuby-with-Tregoney, d. 18 Dec 1884 Fore St. Tregoney)

- Charles BURLEY (b. 8 Jul 1832 Cuby-with-Tregoney, d. 1902 Stroud, NSW)

- James BURLEY (b. 23 Oct 1834 Cuby-with-Tregoney, d. 2 Mar 1882 Hills Mills, Cornelly, England)

- Richard BURLEY (b. 19 Dec 1836 Cuby-with-Tregoney)

- Stephen BURLEY (b. 29 Nov 1838 Cuby-with-Tregoney)

- Margaret BURLEY (b. 1 Dec 1840 Cuby-with-Tregoney)

- Harriett BURLEY (b. 10 Jun 1842 Cuby-with-Tregoney, m. James LIDGEY, son of John LIDGEY)

- Thomas BURLEY (b. 4 May 1846 Cuby-with-Tregoney, d. 10 Feb 1847)

- Susana J BURLEY (b. 1850)

- Sarah Ann BURLEY (b. 9 Nov 1850 Cuby-with-Tregoney).2

John died in March 1870 in Truro, Cornwall.2


1{S0155}, Researcher : JONES, Sue re BURLEY, PARTRIDGE. Custom Id: SUB006. Cit. Date: before 1 July 2009. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
2{S0195}, Internet (WCP) Keyser Family Tree : re BURLEY (Rootsweb World Connect Project : Cit. Date: before 1 July 2009. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
3{S0189}, Mailing List (RootsWeb) : CORNWALL-AUSTRALIA-L Archives re : BURLEY (Rootsweb :). Cit. Date: before 1 July 2009. Assessment: Secondary evidence.

Compiler of this family history is : John Owen


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Updated : 7 Jan 2016