Loved Ones At Home

with open minds anything is possible

William C. Burnam

             William C. Burnam
+               
Elizabeth "Eliza" Jane Denham
                 Married: 9 January 1855
                   Certificate on Record    
in Richmond

William was a farmer and is known to have been abusive to Eliza. He moved to TX in 1876. William was in the Union Army in Civil War 

Eliza was a housewife.

(1820 Census is the first time 'Burnham'
was spelled without the 'h'. Some records indicate that the first person to leave out the 'h' did so to show support of the confederacy.)

To follow the ancestors of Gaye Lynette Burnam click on the ancestor with the asterisk.

Their Descendents:


Curtis "Curt" Field Burnam
B: 1855
D: 1946
Brinkman Cemetery, Mangum OK


Laura Burnam
B: ca 1857
D: 1879
2nd child
Grayson Co. TX


William H. "Bill" Burnam
B:
D:
3rd Child


Nancy Ann Burnam
B: 18 September 1863
Kentucky
D: 3 January 1945
Green Elm, Jack Co., TX


John James (Jim) Burnam

B: 1869
D:


Frank C. Burnam

B:
D:


Thomas C. Burnam

B:
D:
Highlands Cemetery, Iowa Park, TX


Mollie Burnam
B:
D:


Minerva Burnam

B:
D:


* Jesse Edward  Burnam
B: 5 January 1874
Albany KY
D: 29 June 1948
Mangum OK
White Flat Cemetery


Luther Burnam
B: ca: 1879
D: 1886

Martha M. Burnam
B:
D:
Roswell NM

Mary Elizabeth Burnam
B:
D:

Clem Burnam
B:
D: 1938
Brinkman Cemetery, Mangum OK

Recent Forum Posts

Recent Photos

Upcoming Events

Recent Blog Entries

Members Area

Newest Members

Oops! This site has expired.

If you are the site owner, please renew your premium subscription or contact support.