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 History of the Bean Family Page 11.

The Burton Family


Harriet (see page 8) second daughter of Alexander Bean and Anne Dickenson his wife, was born 5 June 1768 and died in the Great Cloisters of Windsor 11 Feb 1847 and is buried in the Church of St John, Windsor. She married the Rev. Wm. Burton 19 apr 1787 at Wanstead. There is a famous painting by Sartorius in 1789 of Mr & Mrs Burton ...
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History of the Bean Family Page 11.
The Burton Family

Harriet (see page 8) second daughter of Alexander Bean and Anne Dickenson his wife, was born 5 June 1768 and died in the Great Cloisters of Windsor 11 Feb 1847 and is buried in the Church of St John, Windsor. She married the Rev. Wm. Burton 19 apr 1787 at Wanstead. There is a famous painting by Sartorius in 1789 of Mr & Mrs Burton on their favourite horses, "Crunt" who won the Newmarket Cup: "Diana": with - then pet dog 'Firo'. My cousin Janet Burton, (a daughter of Alfred Burton, who was the eldest son of Harriet and Wm. Burton) has told me of this picture, which she well remembers when she used to stay with her grandparents at Windsor. It is now the property of her nephew Major Willoughby Burton of 4th Kings Own Lancashire Regt.

The Rev. Wm. Burton was, first, Vicar of Faccombe-cum-Tangley, Hants: afterwards Vicar of Horsford, Norfolk: and finally Rector of Trelawney, Jamaica, where he died 12 Dec 1808, aged 42. He was buried at Falmouth, Jamaica. They had 5 sons and 5 daughters.

1st Alfred, the eldest, born 23 Feb: 1788 at Chingford. He was, first, in the Royal Navy and was present at the ...


Photo: Mersea Museum
Image ID FBN_025
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