Isaac William Burns-Lindow 886
- Born: 10 June 1868 886
- Marriage: Madelaine Harriette Mary Theresa Boileau on 11 February 1896 in Ormesby St Margaret, Norfolk 54,885
- Died: 19 June 1946, Whitehaven, Cumberland aged 78 13,886
From The Times, 21 June 1946
Lieut.-Col. I.W. Burns-Lindow
Lieutenant-Colonel I.W. Burns-Lindow, D.S.O., of Ingwell, Moor Row, Cumberland, who died on June 19, was High Sheriff of Cumberland in 1935.
Isaac William Burns-Lindow, born on June 10, 1868, eldest son of J. L. Burns-Lindow, was educated at Christ Church, Oxford, and entered the Army. Reaching the rank of captain in the 8th Hussars in 1898, he served through the South African War, in the course of which he was severely wounded. He gained the Queen's Medal with six clasps. In 1903 he was promoted major, going in that rank the next year to the Royal Irish Horse, of which he later became lieutenant-colonel commanding. When war broke out in 1914 he went at once on active service. His conduct gained him the D.S.O. in 1915, and four mentions in despatches. In 1922 he relinquished his commission. He was well known in the hunting field as Master of the South Union Hounds from 1908 to 1917. Burns-Lindow was patron of the living of Drigg, Cumberland, was joint patron of the living of Seacale, and was lay rector of Beckermet. In 1896 he married Madelaine Harriette Mary Theresa, daughter of Colonel G. W. Boileau, of Old Catton, Norwich.
Noted events in his life were:
1. Resided: 19 June 1946, Ingwell, Whitehaven, Cumberland. 13
2. He had an estate probated on 10 October 1946 in Carlisle, Cumberland. 13
Isaac married Madelaine Harriette Mary Theresa Boileau, daughter of Colonel George Wilson Boileau and Fanny Eliza Knyvett, on 11 February 1896 in Ormesby St Margaret, Norfolk 54.,885 (Madelaine Harriette Mary Theresa Boileau was born in 1869 in Hethel, Norfolk and died on 15 March 1948 in St. Martin's Hospital, Bath, Somerset 13.)