Burch

Burch is an English surname that most likely originated in Hyndley Birch, Rusholme, Manchester, England. The origins of the name can be traced back as far as 1500. Burch is also likely a variation of Birch being derived from one who resides at or near a birch-tree. "John at the birch," etc.

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Laurel Burch
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... Benjamin Burch was born in Chariton County, Missouri, on May 2, 1825, to Samuel Burch and Eleanor (née Lock) Burch ... Burch then returned to his home where had tutored Applegate’s children before becoming a teacher at the first school in the county ... During the Yakima War in 1856 Burch served as a captain of a company of militia ...
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