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

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G. MILES 4 EDWARD BURCHER, son of Miles 3 Burcher (Lewis 2, William 1) and his wife Mollie Charles Burcher, was born July 28, 1872. He married Carrie Maud Ironmonger, daughter of Lemuel and Susanna T. Ironmonger, December 30, 1913. They had no children. (I called her "Cousin Callie" for she was my father's first cousin. T.H.) Miles Edward Burcher died January 29, 1944 and his wife died July 9, 1958. He was engaged in the Funeral Directing business in York County. They lived at one time in the Miles Burcher Houston Oriana, Road, but later moved to the village of Grafton. = H. AMANDA4 BURCHER, youngest daughter of Miles 3 Burcher and his wife Mollie Charles Burcher, was norm November 27. 1873. She never married. She died March 2, 1903. = I. LOFTUS 5 L. BURCHER, youngest child of Miles 4 Burcher and his wife Mollie Charles Burcher, was born October 15, 1877. He never married. He died April 5, 1940. In his later years he lived with a nephew, Howard Burcher. (Much of this information on Miles Burcher and his wife Mary (Mollie) Charles Burcher is taken from a Lindsay manuscript prepared by my mother, Elizabeth Ironmonger. Her work is documented. Mary Charles Burcher's mother was a Lindsay. T.H.)