Title: Laverne Galeener-Moore, compiler, Burnside Biographical Dictionary (Heritage Books, Inc., Bowie, MD: 1991)
Page: pg. 151
CallNumber: CS / 71 / C989 1889
Title: Wright, F. Edward & Pamela S. Pearson, Colonial Families of New Jersey (Lewes, Delaware : Colonial Roots, 2004-2007)
Name: FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah
Givenname: FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah
CallNumber: F129 / K4 / K45 /1985
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Givenname: Internet, google search
CallNumber: F127 M55 P462 1990
Note: m "EARLY HISTORY OF THE TOWN OF MILFORD AND OTHER PARTS OF OTSEGO CO. From 1773 to 1903 by EZRA STEVENS In 1788 when the Schenevus Valley was hardly known to the white population, a gentleman from Albany County wended his way through the dense forest from the said county with a determination to reach the Susquehanna River for the sole purpose of making a permanent settlement for himself and his family, and master the adversities which must be endured in a wilderness country. Thomas Burnside of Scotch-Irish origin was a strong, resolute, and adventurous gentleman. He found his desired home and was well pleased with his selection. He found the Collier settlement on the west side of the river, but he preferred the east side, and commenced on the Schenevus Creek. He made a beginning by erecting a log cabin, and returned to Albany for his family bringing them back for a permanent home. Mr. Burnside reared a large family and all proved to be respectable citizens and ornaments in society. His family consisted of himself and wife and fourteen children (some of his children were born in Milford)."
Note: Internet: Done by Betty Fink, see: www.bettyfink.com/family/nti07027.ht
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