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Eulalia (Marche) Burt (1600 - 1690)

Eulalia Burt formerly Marche aka March
Born in Sherford, Devonshire, Englandmap
Ancestors ancestors
Wife of — married 28 Dec 1619 in Dean Prior, Devon, Englandmap
Descendants descendants
Died in Springfield, Hampshire, Massachusettsmap
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Biography

Eulalia (or Ulalia) March, daughter of Richard and Joan (Martyn?) March, married Henry Burt at Dean Prior, co. Devon, December 28, 1619. She died in New England August 29, 1690.[1][2]

Ulalia (sic) _______, wife of Henry Burt, was born in England. There is a tradition that Ulalia was laid out for dead in England, and put in her coffin, but signs of life appearing at her funeral, she recovered, came to New England, and was the mother of nineteen children. Her death in Springfield is thus recorded, ‘Widow Vlaliah Burt was sick & died Aug, 19, 1690.’ [3]

Birth

Birth: before 28 Dec 1599, at Sherford, County Devon, England[citation needed]

Christening

Christening: Dean Prior, County Devon, England[citation needed]

Will

Will: 27 May 1684, at Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts
The Will of Eulalia Burt:
I, Ulaliah Burt, of Springfield, being weake in body, but sound in mind, memory and understanding, do make this, my Last wil and Testament, this 27th of May Anoo Dom 1684. Imps. I comend my soul to God who made it, and to Jesus Christ, who redeemed it with his most precious blood. And my body I commit to the earth hoping for that blessed ressurection when it shall be reunited to be forever with the Lord. And for my worldly estate thus I dispose it: To my daughter Sarah I give two milch cows or kine. To my daughter Abigaile I give my cloake, a green Apron and Coate and a shift. To my Daughter Mary I give an heifer. To my Daughter Elisabeth I give two milch Cowes or kine. To my daughter Patience I give my flocke bed at the Medow, a Pillow-beer, One pair of sheets and a Coverlet, my red stockins, one shift, one white neck cloth, one white Apron, one dressing, my hat, one Coife and one Coate and one halfe of my Cloth at the Weavers after two yards are taken of for Abilene Bag. To my daughter Mercy I give the other halfe of that Cloth that is sent to the Weavers, and the Serdge her husband sent me for a Wastcoate, one pair of Sheetes, one Pillow-beer, one Shift, one coate. And to my son Jonathan I do give the whole lot my husband bought of George Lancton and my best brasse kettle to bestow upon his son Henry. If he se good that he enjoy the same after his decease. Also I give my son Jonathan the Pillow and Pillow-beer at his house. To my son David I doe give my oldest yoke of cattle and my old brasse pan. To my son Nathaneel I give my great brasse kettle and the four acres in the sorral Lotte to bestow if he se good upon his eldest son after his decease. And my Scarfe and my Cambricke Necke clothe I give to my son Nathaneel his daughter Rebeca; Also the Yarn and Wool and Tow to make a coverlet I give to sd Rebeca and the Pillow at the Medow. And the rest of my fmal estate not heer named I doe order to be given as there ys most need, or my Executors hereafter named see cause. And do constitute and appoint my son Jonathan and my son Nathaneel to by my True and Lawful Executors to this my Last Wil and Testament as Witnes my hand and seale the day and yeer above written. Ulaliah Burt X (her mark) with her seale affixt. Signed and Sealed in the presence of Benjamin Parsons, Senior, and John Holyoke. At the Courte Sept. 30, 1690. Sworn in Courte by Mr. Jno Holyoke that he saw the Testator signe and seale the Instrument as the Wil and Last Testament of sd Ulaliah Burt deceased and that she was of sound mind and perfect rememberance, to the best of his rememberance, the estate to be disposed according to sd Will. Attest Saml Partrigg, Clerke. Dec 30, 1690. This Last Wil and Testament of Widow Ulaliah Burt, Late deceased, is here entered fro the Original on file. Attest, Jno. Holyoke, Clerke.


Notes

From Geni:

Father: Richard MARCHE b: 1570 in Sherford, Devonshire, England. Mother: Joane MARTYN b: 1573 in Sherford, Devonshire, England. Marriage 1 Henry BURT b: ABT 1595 in Harberton, Devonshire, England. Married: 28 DEC 1619 in Dean Prior, Devonshire, England 6 11 14 8 5 13. Children:

  • Sarah BURT b: BET 14 JAN 1620 AND 1621 in Harberton, Devon, England c: 14 JAN 1621 in Harberton, Devonshire, England.
  • Samuel BURT b: ABT 1622.
  • Abigail BURT b: 1 JUL 1623 in Harberton, Devonshire England.
  • Jonathan BURT b: BET 23 JAN 1623 AND 1624 in Harberton, Devonshire, England c: BET 23 JAN 1624 AND 1625 in Harberton, Devonshire, England.
  • Samuel BURT b: 21 NOV 1625 in Harberton, Devonshire, England.
  • Issac BURT b: ABT 1626 in Harberton, Devonshire, England.
  • David BURT b: 18 OCT 1629 in England c: 18 OCT 1629 in Harberton, Devonshire, England.
  • Henry BURT b: 18 OCT 1629 in Harberton, Devonshire, England.
  • Mary BURT b: in England.
  • Mary BURT b: in Harberton, Devonshire, England.
  • Nathaniel BURT b: 23 MAY 1637 in Harberton, Devonshire, England.
  • Elizabeth BURT b: ABT 1638 in Harberton, Devonshire, England c: 4 DEC 1638 in Harberton, Devonshire, England.
  • Francis BURT b: 1639 in Springfield, Hampden Co, Massachusetts.
  • Hannah BURT b: 28 APR 1641 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts.
  • Dorcas BURT b: 19 APR 1643 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts.
  • Patience BURT b: 18 AUG 1645 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts.
  • Mercy BURT b: 27 SEP 1647 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts.

Sources:

  • Northern New York Genealogy. http:/freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~hubbardNNY_index.
  • Descendants of Deacon Samuel Wright. [http:/freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~jdevlin/source_fileswright2.htm.
  • http:/www.stebbinsancestralsociety.org.
  • Family book of remembrance and genealogy, with allied lines. Author: Mecham, Leonidas DeVon. Publication: Salt Lake City; 1952.
  • New England Ancestors of Forrest King. http:/members.aol.com/_ht_a/fknewenglpafg256.htm.
  • A Genealogical Dictionary of The First Settlers of New England Before1692., James Savage.
  • An American family : Botsford-Marble ancestral lines. Donald Lines Jacobus. Publication: New Haven, CT, 1933.
  • Family history : recording the ancestors of Russell Snow Hitchcock. Hitchcock, Russell Snow. Publication: Bath, Maine; 1947.
  • Ancestors and descendants of Henry Gregory. Grant Gregory. Publication: Provincetown, MA, 1938.
  • TORREY:

BURT, Henry (ca 1595-1662) & Eulalia MARCHE (-1690); 28 Dec 1619, lic 23 Dec; Roxbury/Springfield {Burt 521; Booth (1910) 24; Springfield Fam. (ms) 107; Cross Anc. 329; Sv. 1:313; Botsford-Marble 234-6; Abell 11, 18; Bliss 37; Belden (1898) 223; Reg. 32:302, 72:142, 86:77, 218, 250; Ackley-Bosworth 231, 232; Holbrook Anc. (1942) 24; Cleveland Anc. Chart vi; Putnam's Mag. 1:157; Warner-Harrington 95, 434; Rathbone (1941) 12; Crary-Dunham 145; Stevens-Miller361, 366; Hale (1952) 480, 487; Swift (1955) 127; McCormick-Hamilton 167}.


Henry and Eulalia (Marche) Burt and the minimal Great Grandparent link from the descendants of John and Patience (Burt) Bliss to the descendants of Abigail (Burt) and Francis Ball, including Winston Churchill, Prime Minister of the UK in the 1940s. See the New England Ball Project for Links to Winston CHurchill[4]

Sources

  1. "Genealogical Research in England - The Burt Family" The New England Historical and Genealogical Register. Boston, MA: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1847-. (Online database: AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2001-2018.) Reference Volume 86 (1932), page 218 $Subscription
  2. Jacabos, Donald Lines and Waterman, Edgar Francis, Hale, House, and related families, mainly of the Connecticut River Valley, published 1952. Reference pages 488=89
  3. Burnham, Roderick Henry, Genealogical Records of Henry and Ulalia Burt, the Emigrants who Early Settled at Springfield, Mass., and Their Descendants Through Nine Generations, from 1640 to 1891. Published 1892. Reference pages 17, 29-32
  4. Joseph L Druse, compiler, The Ball Family Descended from Francis Ball of Springfield, Massachusetts died 1648; A preliminary survey (East Lansing, Michigan: Joseph L. Druse, March 1968).
  • Burt, Henry M and Burt, Silas W., Early Days in New England, Life and Times of Henry Burt of Springfield and some of his descendants. Clark W Bryan Company, Printers. Springfield, Mass. 1893. Reference pages 25+
  • "Family Tree," database, FamilySearch (http://familysearch.org : modified 08 February 2018, 19:00), entry for Eulalia Marche(PID https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/4:1:9SSX-7D1); contributed by various users.
  • The Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Connecticut. Register of Pedigrees and Services of Ancestors. Hartford, CT, USA: n.p., 1941.


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Marche-1 and Marche-130 appear to represent the same person because: similar death data, same spouse, unique name...Marche-1 should be the LNAB
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