Burton, of Burton Hall, Carlow, Ireland. I think there were several Williams... NB Burton Hall : 6 miles from Tullow, 4 miles from Carlow and 45 miles from Dublin. LANDOWNERS IN WICKLOW 1876 Part 2: 4. William Burton, address Burton Hall, Carlow, owned 32 acres. (in co. Wicklow) Stamford Mercury 1819 - Lincs. Feb/ Married On Friday the 17th instant, at Lincoln (by the Rev. Edward Chaplin) Sir Richard SUTTON, Bart of Norwood Park, Notts, to Mary Elizabeth eldest daughter of the late Benjamin BURTON,Esq., and sister of the present William BURTON, Esq., of Burton Hall in the County of Carlow, and lately of Walcot Park near Stamford. County Carlow Landowners 1870's: Sir Charles Burton, address Pollacton, Carlow, owned 381 acres. William F. Burton, address Burton Hill, owned 4,422 acres. 1913: Carlow * William Fitzwilliam Burton loses case over allegations that Charles J. Engledow, (who had leased Burton Hall from the late 1870s until 1901) had removed a valuable Gainsborough portrait of Lady Anna Ponsonby; the painting proved to be a fake. 1922 Carlow * Major William Mainwaring Burton & wife using Burton Hall as summer home. 1927 Ireland * Burton Hall purchased by Harman Herring Cooper, who demolished part of house in order to use salvaged materials to build a new house within nearby walled gardens - hoard of silver discovered in panelled alcove. 1000 acres of land purchased by Irish Land Commission.