c1761 - 1831
|Married||18 Sept 1783||Hannah Stacey||Ambersham, Hampshire|
|Son||William Burt||bapt.||Easebourne, West Sussex||7 February 1785|
|Son||Thomas Burt||bapt.||""||15 October 1786|
|Son||Thomas Burt||bapt.||""||6 February 1789|
|Son||Edward Burt||bapt.||Lodsworth, West Sussex.||1784 or 1797|
|Daughter||Margaret Burt||bapt.||Easebourne, West Sussex||31 March 1799|
|Daughter||Mary Burt||bapt.||""||12 April 1801|
|Son||Charles Burt||died||""||23 August 1894|
|Son||Henry Burt||bapt.||Ambersham, Hampshire||29 December 1805|
|Widower||6 August 1829||His wife Hannah was buried|
|Buried||20 June 1831||Ambersham, Hampshire|
Thomas Burt lived for 70 years, worked the soil and raised a family in Hampshire and West Sussex.
He was not rich or famous, but he and others like him made these South Downs the best place in the world to live.
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This is Family History.