William Frederick Burnley

???? - 1903

Claimant or beneficiary

Biography

Glasgow merchant focused on Trinidad, partner in Eccles, Burnley & Co. and William and James Eccles. Son of William Hardin Burnley (q.v.); married to Rosina, daughter of James Eccles (q.v.).

  1. Sequestration in 1848 of Eccles, Burnley & Co., William & James Eccles of Glasgow, and George James Eccles of Greenock and of John Ronald Eccles, Andrew Eccles, William Frederick Burnley and George James Eccles as individuals.

  2. Marriage of William Frederick Burnley to Rosina, daughter of James Eccles, at Renfrew, Scotland, 10/09/1833.

  3. Confirmation [of the will of] William Frederick Burnley of 24 Ainslie Place Edinburgh died 07/01/1903. He had been at this address since at least the 1851 census.

Sources

T71/887 British Guiana claim no. 2362. Edinburgh Gazette, Issue 6079, 06/06/1851, p. 449.

  1. Edinburgh Gazette, Issue 5758, 13/06/1848, p. 291.

  2. www.familysearch.org batch no. M11575-5.

  3. National Probate Calendar 1903.


Further Information

Absentee?
British/Irish
Spouse
(1) Rosina (2) Catharine Stow
Children
Eliza, Hardin Burnley-Campbell (1843-1920)
Occupation
Merchant

Associated Claims (5)

£1,275 8S 4D
Awardee
£8,627 3S 6D
Awardee
£2,858 13S 7D
Awardee
£4,286 14S 7D
Awardee
£3,827 5S 10D
Awardee

Legacies Summary

Commercial (2)

Firm Investment
William & James Eccles
West India merchant  
 
Name partner
Eccles, Burnley & Co.
West India merchant  
 

Relationships (7)

Husband → Wife
Son → Father
Brother-in-law → Sister-in-law
Nephew → Uncle
Notes →
William Frederick Burnley was married to Rosina nee Eccles, who was the niece of William...
Nephew → Uncle
Notes →
William Frederick Burnley was married to Rosina nee Eccles, the niece of Robert...
Brother-in-laws
Brother-in-laws

Addresses (2)

Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Central Scotland, Scotland
24 Ainslie Place, Edinburgh, Midlothian (Edinburgh), Central Scotland, Scotland
Notes →

William Frederick Burnley was recorded at the same address in Edinburgh from at least the 1851 census until his death in 1903.