Abraham and Mary Durling are my GGGG- grandparents.
My Burroughs line goes like this....
#1- Wesley Burroughsb. bet 1838 - 1945 in NJ d. Bet 1889-1891 in Trenton, NJ
md Mary Durling b. 10/71841 in Harlingen, Somerset Co NJd. 9/10/1908 in Trenton, Mercer Co, NJ
Jane b. 1865 in NJ (see mother's obit below for married names. I don't know which one is which?)
Ellen b. 1869 in NJ (see mother's obit below for married names. I don't know which one is which?)
George b. 1871 in NJ d. 1938 in Trenton, Mercer Co, NJ md (abt 1896) Kate ? b. 6/1875 in PA
David b. 1875 in NJ d. 1937 in Trenton, Mercer Co, NJ * aka Abram D. Burroughs
Willie b. 1877 in NJ d. 1895 in Trenton, Mercer Co, NJ
Robert b. 1873 in NJ d. 1918 in Trenton, Mercer Co, NJ
H. B. b. 1883 in NJ d. 1903 in Trenton, Mercer Co, NJ *aka Bertram Burroughs
My line continues with #2- Abram D. Burroughs b. 1875 d. 1937.
He married (8/1897) Annie Loretta Quinlisk/Quinn b. 1875 d. 1860.
Their children: Clearance Burroughs, Jennie (Burroughs) Kuhns, Mary Ann (Borroughs) Bourne, Loretta (Borroughs) Kottke, Abraham Burroughs and Margaret (Borroughs) Shible.
Everyone besides Wesley, Jane, Ellen, Clearance and Loretta are buried in Riverview Cemetery, Mercer Co., NJ.
Also, I believe but haven't found proof yet that Wesley's parent's may be Samuel and Emily Burroughs of Hopewell Twp., Mercer Co., NJ.
My line then continues with Loretta Borroughs to Albert A. Kottke
Then Loretta Kottke to Tito Amati
Finally Loretta Amati to Richard Brickner- My Parents
My sources are from:
1) 1850, 1860, 1870 and 1880 Federal Census- Hillsborough Twp., Somerset Co., NJ and 1880, 1900 Federal Census- Trenton City, Ward 7, Mercer Co., NJ
2) 1881-1882, 1885-1891 and 1900 Trenton City Directories
3) Mary (Durling) Burroughs death Certificate
4) Mary (Durling) Burroughs death notice and obituary
5) Abram D. Burroughs marriage certificate- parents Mary Durling and Wesley Burroughs
6) Abram D. Burroughs obituary
After an illness of a week, Mrs. Mary Burroughs, widow of Wesley Burroughs and daughter of the late Abraham and Mary Darling of Neshanic, NJ, died yesterday at her residence, 251 Allen Street.
Mrs. Burroughs was 67 years of age. She was born in Neshanic, Hopewell Township and came to this city about 35 years ago.
She is survived by two daughters and three sons, all of this city. They are: Mrs. H. O. Waldron, Mrs. Rowley Snook, George, Abraham and Robert Burroughs.
The funeral will take place Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock from her late home. Interment, under the direction of Murphy, will be in Riverview Cemtery
1900 City Directory
Waldron Harry O, grocer, Brunswick av cor Phillips, h do (wife Jennie)
Snook Riley, railroader, h 27 Sheridan av (wife Nellie, son Lester)
The funeral of Abraham D. Burroughs, 64, of 128 Old Rose Street, who died last night in St. Francis hospital after a weeks illness, will be held from his home Tuesday morning at 8 o'clock. Solemn requiem high mass will be celebrated in St. Mary's Cathedral at 9 o'clock. Burial, under the direction of M William Murphy, will be at the convenience of the family.
Mr. Burroughs, a lifelong Trentonian, was employed by the Trenton Potteries Company for 52 years, working during that time at the Crescent and Mutual potteries.
He leaves his wife Annie Quinn Burroughs; four daughters, Mrs. Clayton Kuhns, Mrs. John Eckenrode, Mrs. Albert Kottke and Mrs. Edward Schaible; two sons, Clarence D. and Abraham D., Jr., and a sister, Mrs. Riley Snook.