Col. Frederick Mullins was born at Burnham, Norfolk.
Burnham House was seat of
Thomas Mullins (later 1st Baron Ventry).
It is listed as the seat of Thomas Mullins in [The Post-chaise Companion, 1786, p.167].
Burnham House was re-built 1790.
Thomas Mullins was cr Baronet 1797, cr Baron Ventry 1800.
He died 1824.
Burnham House was
(whose surname started off as Mullins but later changed).
Re-built by James Franklin Fuller 1874.
The family sold it soon after 1922.
It is now Coláiste Ide, an Irish-language secondary boarding school for girls.
Burnham on 1829 to 1842 map.
Shows the townlands of Burnham East and Burnham West.
Shows Burnham House and the site of Ballingolin Castle.
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