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Generation No. 1
1. Theobald1 Bourke, of Bonnecrower
Child of Theobald Bourke, of Bonnecrower is:
+ 2 i. Miles2 Bourke.
Generation No. 2
2. Miles2 Bourke (Theobald1) (Source: Burke Pedigrees, (1748), p. 121.). He married ? Bourke (Source: Burke Pedigrees, (1748), p. 121.).
Notes for Miles Bourke:
Being in debt, he was forced to fly, and the estate was seized by his creditors until the debts were paid. He first settled in Dublin and afterwards took some farms, and settled at Kill, near Naas, in the County of Kildare, with his wife.
Children of Miles Bourke and ? Bourke are:
3 i. ?3 Bourke (Source: Burke Pedigrees, (1748), p. 121.).
Notes for ? Bourke:
bred to the Law and made Clerk of the Crown in the Connaught Circuit. Died issueless.
+ 4 ii. ? Bourke.
5 iii. Theobald Bourke (Source: Burke Pedigrees, (1748), p. 121.).
Notes for Theobald Bourke:
bred a merchant in Thomas [?] Street, Dublin, and resorting to industry made a considerable fortune and purchased Kill and Palmerstown in the County of Kildare. Dying without issue he settled Kill on his second brother (then the oldest surviving), and Palmerstown on his younger brother.
+ 6 iv. Rickard Bourke.
Generation No. 3
4. ?3 Bourke (Miles2, Theobald1) (Source: Burke Pedigrees, (1748), p. 121.).
Notes for ? Bourke:
bred a surgeon, and being disgraced for his marriage, his brother Theobald settled Kill on him, Bonnecrower fell to him of course, and the bills being paid.
Child of ? Bourke is:
7 i. Theobald4 Bourke.
More About Theobald Bourke:
Fact: 1748, Still living
Fact (2): Called Bourke of Kill and Bonnecrower
6. Rickard3 Bourke (Miles2, Theobald1) (Source: Burke Pedigrees, (1748), p. 121.).
More About Rickard Bourke:
Occupation: advocate for the Bishops Court in Dublin
Child of Rickard Bourke is:
8 i. John4 Bourke, of Palmerstown (Source: Burke Pedigrees, (1748), pp. 121-122.).
More About John Bourke, of Palmerstown:
Fact: Member of Parliament and Commissioner
Military service: Colonel
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