Catherine was born in 1410. Catherine Clifford ... She passed away in 1466. 
Sir Gyles Bruges, was seated at Coberley, co. Gloucester, and in the 7th Henry V. (1419) was amongst the persons of note of that county who had command to serve the king in person for the security of the realm, all those then required so to do being such (as the words of the writ impart) as did bear ancient arms by descent from their ancestors. In 1429, he was sheriff of Gloucestershire, and again in 1453. In the next year, Sir Gyles Bruges and William Whittington were returned members of parliament for that shire. He married Catherine, daughter of James Clifford, Esq. of Frampton, co. Gloucester, and widow of Anselm Guise, Esp., of Elmore, by whom he had,
Cicily, who m. 1st, Thomas Gates, Esq.; and 2ndly, John Wellesborne, Esq.
Sir Gyles d. in 1466 and was s. by his son,
Thomas Burges, Esq., of Coberley, who was returned to parliament by the co. of Gloucester in 1459, and by the co. of Hereford in 1472. He married Florence, daughter of William Darell, Esq., of Littlecot, in Wilts, and had issue,