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"Burcher: A Family Genealogy" by Thelma Ironmonger Hansford [Part 3 of 3].

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EDWARD 2 BURCHER, son of William 1 Burcher and his wife Elizabeth Burcher, had two daughters in addition to the four sons whose lines have just been traced. These were: (5) ANN 3 E. BURCHER born 1842. (1850 census) By the next census she could have been married. She was not in a Burcher household. Nothing more is known about her. (6) EMLELINE 3 BURCHER born 1849, was living in the home of a brother, James G. Burcher in 1880. She was still unmarried then. This concludes the known information on the descendants of Edward 2 Burche, son of William 1 Burcher of Warwick County, Virginia.