100 Burns — Burr.  

BURNS.

   1.   JOHN (David = Mary Crowley), a native of Ire.   m. Mary Quinn, dau. of Bartholomew and Mary (Daley) Quinn.   "Laborer."   Resides on Elm, corner of Emerald St.
   Ch., all b. in Hing., —

   i.   MARY VINCENT.   d. 30 Apr. 1889, æt. 27 yrs. 11 mos. (3:341)
   ii.   DAVID FRANCIS.
   iii.   ELLEN TERESA, March 12, 1864, d. 27 June, 1885, æt. 21 yrs.
   iv.   HANNAH ELIZABETH, Oct. 3, 1866, d. 18 March, 1883, æt. 16 yrs.
   v.   JOHN, Oct. 3, 1866.
   vi.   MARGARET AGNES, July 22, 1868.

   2.   MICHAEL (David = Mary Crowley), a native of Ire.   m. in Hing. Jan. 24, 1871, Catherine Keane.   "Teamster."   Resides on Emerald St.
   Ch., all b. in Hing., —

   i.   MARY, Dec. 23, 1871.
   ii.   CATHERINE, May 27, 1873.
   iii.   DAVID, Jan. 29, 1875.
   iv.   MICHAEL, March 29, 1876.
   v.   ELLEN, Oct. 1, 1877.
   vi.   JOHN, Aug. 6, 1879.
   vii.   CAROLINE, March. 23, 1886. (3:341)


   NOTE. — Mrs. Mary, wid. of David, d. in Hing. 16 Aug. 1885, æt. 90 yrs.   She was a dau. of Dennis and Ellen (Welch) Crowley.   Patrick, d. 20 June, 1871, æt. 63 yrs.   Julia, m. in Hing. Sept. 18, 1854, William Hadden.


BURR.

   1.   SIMON, who came from Dor. and settled in Hing. 1647, was the ancestor of all the families who have borne the surname Burr in this town.   He prob. was a bro. of Rev. Jonathan Burr, who settled as colleague with Rev. Mr. Mather of Dor. 1640, and d. 1641, leaving three ch., one of whom was Simon, undoubtedly named after the Simon who settled in Hing.   There was a Samuel Burr among the early residents of Charlestown; and the name of Matthew Burr appears upon a list of passengers advertised to sail from Gravesend, Eng., July 27, 1635, for Virginia; but whether they were connected with those of the surname in Dor. and Hing., has not been ascertained.   Simon, the planter in Hing. was twice m.   The chris. name of his first w. who d. here, 23 July, 1647, is unknown.   He m. secondly, Nov. 28, 1648, Hester ——.   She d. 3 Feb. 1692-93.   Simon d. intestate, 7 Feb. 1691-92, æt. 75th yr., and Simon, the oldest s. was appointed to administer upon the est. of his fa.   Inv. £326, 1s. 6d., appraised by Anthony Sprague and Thomas Sayer.   "Farmer."   Resided on what is now School St.
   Ch., by his first w., were —

   i.   ESTHER, ——, d. 25 Nov. 1644.
   ii.   HENRY, ——, d. 9 Feb. 1645-46.

   Ch., b. in Hing., by w. Hester, were —

2. iii.   SIMON, bt. Feb. 25, 1654-55.
   iv.   HANNAH, bt. Feb. 25, 1654-55.   m. (1) Apr. 2, 1674, John Hobart, and (2) Aug. 26, 1677, John Record.
3. v.   JOHN, b. Jan. 6, 1659-60.
   vi.   JONATHAN, b. June 13, 1665, d. in the Canada Expedition, 28 Nov. 1690, æt. 25 yrs.

 

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