Person record: BURNHAM, John  (c.1849-1912)

Basic biographical summary of this person
NameJohn BURNHAM
Gendermale
Relevance of this personarranger and publisher of services of song used with slide sets 
Main period of activity1870s-1900s
Relationships to other peoplemarried to BURNHAM, Mrs Fanny  (c.1846-1911)
father of BURNHAM, Miss Edith M.  (1876- after 1901)
ChronologyDateAgeEvent/activity
date unknownowner/proprietorJohn Burnham
c.1849born atCranbrook, Kent, England
1891-1912residentFern Bank, 81 Boston Road, Brentford, Middlesex, England
31 March 1901~52census record1901 Census of England and Wales, RG13/1195.131.20
29 September 1912~63died atBrentford, Middlesex, England
1913archive entryNational Probate Calendar Index of Wills and Administrations, 1913 p.296
Texts linked to this personServices of song (45)

Fannie Eden (arr. John Burnham), Bells across the snow (London and Brentford: W. Nicholson & Sons and John Burnham, n.d.)

John Burnham (arranger), Birdie's message: or what Robin heard (n.d.)

M.S. Haycraft (arr. John Burnham), Blind Betty's text (London: W. Nicholson & Sons, n.d.)

John Burnham (arranger), The cabin boy's Bible (n.d.)

Sydney Watson (arr. John Burnham), The Californian gold nugget (n.d.)

M.L. Rossvally (arr. John Burnham), Charlie Coulson: the drummer boy (London: W. Nicholson & Sons, n.d.)

John Burnham (arranger), The coming of the angels (n.d.)

John Burnham (arranger), The crown of life (n.d.)

‘C.E. Doe’ and John Burnham, Davy's sacrifice: or, the children's Christmas (London: A. Weekes & Co., n.d.)

M.S. Haycraft (arr. John Burnham), Deacon Todd's lesson: or, charity never faileth (London: W. Nicholson & Sons and A. Weekes & Co., n.d.)

Fannie Eden (arr. John Burnham), Father, come home! (London: W. Nicholson & Sons, n.d.)

J.T. Allen (arr. John Burnham), For mother's sake (London and Brentford: W. Nicholson & Sons and John Burnham, n.d.)

Mary Sewell (arr. John Burnham), Gems from Mrs Sewell (n.d.)

M.S. Haycraft (arr. John Burnham), Gipsy Miriam: or, found faithful (London: W. Nicholson & Sons, n.d.)

M.S. Haycraft (arr. John Burnham), Harry Neil: or, tried and true (Glasgow and Brentford: Bayley & Ferguson and John Burnham, 1904)

John Burnham (arranger), He careth for you: or, the sailor's garden (n.d.)

‘Hesba Stretton’ (arr. John Burnham), Her only son (London and Brentford: A. Weekes & Co. and John Burnham, n.d.)

Fannie Eden (arr. John Burnham), Left alone (London: W. Nicholson & Sons, n.d.)

John Burnham (arranger), Little motherless Joe (n.d.)

Fannie Eden (arr. John Burnham), Loved unto death: a story of gipsy life (London: W. Nicholson & Sons, n.d.)

John Burnham (arranger), The minister's hymn (n.d.)

Fannie Eden (arr. John Burnham), The mission of the roses (London and Brentford: John Bateman and John Burnham, n.d.)

John Burnham (arranger), Molly's mistake (n.d.)

J. Jackson Wray (arr. John Burnham), The musical miller (London: A. Weekes & Co., n.d.)

F.M. Cowen (arr. John Burnham), Nell: the story of a London waif (London and Brentford: John Bateman and John Burnham, n.d.)

M.S. Haycraft (arr. John Burnham), No surrender (London: W. Nicholson & Sons, n.d.)

John Burnham (arranger), Norah (Brentford: John Burnham and John Bateman, n.d.)

John Burnham (arranger), Only a waif (n.d.)

M.S. Haycraft (arr. John Burnham), Over the snow (n.d.)

John Burnham (arranger), Peter the fisherman (n.d.)

J. Jackson Wray (arr. John Burnham), Primrose Garth (London: W. Nicholson & Sons, n.d.)

John Burnham, Ralph's favourite story: or, the wanderer's welcome (London: W. Nicholson & Sons, n.d.)

John Burnham (arranger), Restored: or Ruth's return (n.d.)

William Robson (arr. John Burnham), The river singers (London: W. Nicholson & Sons, n.d.)

John Burnham (arranger), Sabbath bells (n.d.)

John Burnham (arranger), Silver lilies (n.d.)

John Burnham (arranger), Stumpy Sam (n.d.)

Mary Sewell (arr. John Burnham), There's help at hand (London and Brentford: Jarrold & Sons and John Burnham, n.d.)

M.S. Haycraft (arr. John Burnham), Those merry bells (London: W. Nicholson & Sons, n.d.)

‘ Jim's Wife’ (arr. John Burnham), Timothy Crab: or, fighting the drink fiend (London: A. Weekes & Co., John Burnham, Sunday School Union and West London Auxiliary Sunday School Union, n.d.)

Fannie Eden (arr. John Burnham), True as steel: arranged as a service of sacred song (Brentford: John Burnham and John Bateman, n.d.)

William Robson (arr. John Burnham), The two garrets (n.d.)

Edith M. Burnham (arr. John Burnham), An unseen singer (London: W. Nicholson & Sons and S.J. Shaylor, n.d.)

Rosa F. Kellam (arr. John Burnham), 'Violets, sweet violets' (n.d.)

Minnie Lermont (arr. John Burnham), Won by a song: an Australian story (London: W. Nicholson & Sons and S.J. Shaylor, n.d.)


Other items (1)

Hannah Harcourt Pickard (arr. John Burnham), Tim's 'special' (London: A. Weekes & Co., John Burnham and Richard J. James & Son, n.d.)

Lucerna ID no. 6001252Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 4 October 2016