Some families know a great deal about their roots; others know very little. This site is an attempt to record what I've learned about our family history.
These are places on the Web to look for Odd spellings of the name.
On this page I'll provide a little information about Most of this information was probably obtained from "Surfing The Web " and from researching public records. In the course of doing this research, I've discovered that I have many more relatives than I ever thought possible!
This is a work in progress, so please contact me if you have any information that might help round out the picture.
Southwark - London Colonial
Sarah & Elizabeth Burcher
HOGG ISLAND BURCHERS
George Burcher of Sr. William Berkely Knight & WmBracey Jr.
Captain E. Altham and Master, John Bridges, 44 tons, probably built in Plymouth Colony. The voyage took 90 days and brought ten passengers: 1) Wm Bridges from London (?) 2) Edw Burcher from St. Saviors, Southwark (London) 3) Mrs. Burcher
Quaker - Concord Meeting House
PA Elusive Ancestors