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Ockenden Manor, Cuckfield, West Sussex, England.

Timothy BurrellAge: 7416431717

Name
Timothy Burrell
Surname
Burrell
Given names
Timothy
Birth 1643 42
Birth of a brotherRichard Burrell
1644 (Age 12 months)
Birth of a brotherAlexander Burrell
11 November 1645 (Age 2)
Birth of a brotherRalph Burrell
21 May 1648 (Age 5)
Birth of a brotherPeter Burrell
3 January 1649 (Age 6)
Death of a brotherWalter Burrell
24 March 1650 (Age 7)
Death of a paternal grandmotherJane Smith
1655 (Age 12)
Education
Trinity College.
1659 (Age 16)
Occupation
Barrister.

Education
The Inner Temple.
1661 (Age 18)

Education
Graduated with a BA.
1663 (Age 20)

Death of a brotherJohn Burrell
1670 (Age 27)
Death of a fatherWalter Burrell
1671 (Age 28)
Death of a motherFrances Hooper
7 September 1673 (Age 30)
Death of a brotherNinian Burrell
1674 (Age 31)
Death of a sisterFrances Burrell
1680 (Age 37)
MarriageElizabeth GoringView family
1681 (Age 38)
Death of a wifeElizabeth Goring
1682 (Age 39)
MarriageMary CharltonView family
1683 (Age 40)
MarriageElizabeth ChilcottView family
1696 (Age 53)

Birth of a daughter
#1
Elizabeth Burrell
25 June 169610:30 (Age 53)
Death of a wifeMary Charlton
1696 (Age 53)
Death of a wifeElizabeth Chilcott
25 June 169610:30 (Age 53)

Cause: Died during childbirth.
Death of a sisterJane Burrell
16 January 1708 (Age 65)
Marriage of a childThomas Trevor 2nd Baron (Lord) Trevor of Bromham.Elizabeth BurrellView family
2 February 1714 (Age 71)
Death 26 December 1717 (Age 74)
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mother
elder brother
Holy Trinity Church, Cuckfield, West Sussex, England.Walter Burrell
Birth: March 1619 18Cuckfield, Sussex, England
Death: 24 March 1650England
13 years
elder brother
15 months
elder brother
21 months
elder sister
4 years
elder sister
Jane Burrell
Birth: 1636 35Cuckfield, Sussex, England
Death: 1636Cuckfield, Sussex, England
3 years
elder sister
Jane Burrell
Birth: 1638 37Cuckfield, Sussex, England
Death: 16 January 1708Cuckfield, Sussex, England
3 years
elder brother
John Burrell
Birth: 1640 39Cuckfield, Sussex, England
Death: 1670Cuckfield, Sussex, England
4 years
2 years
younger brother
22 months
younger brother
3 years
younger brother
7 months
younger brother
Family with Elizabeth Goring - View family
wife
 
Marriage: 1681England
Family with Mary Charlton - View family
wife
 
Marriage: 1683England
Family with Elizabeth Chilcott - View family
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Marriage: 1696
6 months
daughter

Note
He succeeded to the family estates in 1683 and lived at Ockenden until his death. Described as a kind-hearted, scholarly, English gentleman, with a whimsical wit and some very human traits, his diaries included hand drawn pictures of things he was writing about, a new wheelbarrow, a bell given to him by his niece, hats for his servants, and a sketch of Cuckfield church. A very generous character, he loved having people to dine with him, especially at Christmas. He included the humbler members of society and not just his own class. The following is the food provided at a dinner at Ockenden House on New Years Day 1706: plumm pottage, calve's head and bacon, goose, pig, boiled beef, a clod, two baked puddings, three dishes of minced pies, two capons, two dishes of tarts and two pullets. Greatly upset about his only child's choice of husband, Timothy changed his will on her death, leaving Ockenden to his brother Peter, on trust for his granddaughter, Elizabeth. Along with his cousin, Peter Courthope, Timothy was patron and friend of John Ray, the natural philosopher. The monuments are dedicated to Timothy (bottom) and his wife (top), were erected by his brothers, Walter and Peter, and are both in Latin.
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Media objectJohn H. Ray, sometimes referred to as the father of English natural history.John H. Ray, sometimes referred to as the father of English natural history.
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Note: John Ray, the natural philosopher, was patron and friend to Timothy Burrell, along with his cousin, Peter Courthope.
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