|Birth: ||Sep. 30, 1831|
|Death: ||May 27, 1905|
History of Ontario Co, NY, Conover & Aldrich, pub 1893 pg 20 - 21
Birdsey Hawley Burch, Canadice, was born in Salisbury, Litchfield county, Conn., September 30, 1831. His father, John I. was of English descent, and a native of Rhode Island. He married Fidelia Race, and came to Canadice in 1842. Of their eight children four are now living: Henry of Newark, N. J.; Laura, widow of G. Gibbs, of Wassaic, N. Y.; Thomas, who lives in Union Springs, but whose business is in Syracuse; Sabrina E., wife of Albert Stone, of New York; and Birdsey H., who was educated at Claverack near Hudson, and at the schools here. He married in 1859 Alvira Adams, daughter of Joseph and Charlotte Adams, and they have one son, Marcus Bronson, born in 1861, now a billing clerk in the employ of the D. L. & W. R. R. Co. at Dansville, N. Y. He married Delta, daughter of D. S. and Mary Beam. Mr. Burch has one hundred and sixteen acres in his farm on the east side of Canadice Lake, and has for three years been engaged in buying and shipping hay to New York and New England. He has served as commissioner of highways and collector, and was supervisor in 1886-87, being a Democrat in politics. The children of Joseph and Charlotte Adams are: Hester Ann Spaulding, who lives in Michigan; Margaret Snook, who lives in California; and Alvira, wife of Mr. Burch.
The Naples News (Naples, New York)
Wednesday, 31 May 1905
Birdsey H. Burch of Canadice, a well known and prominent citizen, foreman of the jury at the last trial of Benhem at Canandaigua, died Saturday, May 27th aged 72. The funeral was held at the Methodist church at Wayland, Decoration Day. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Shepard attended. Mr. Shepard being a cousin to Mrs. Burch.
Ontario County Journal (Canandaigua, New York)
Friday, 02 June 1905
A Former Resident Dead
- Birdsey H. Burch died at his home at Wayland on Saturday. Mr. Burch came to this town from Connecticut with his parents at the age of eleven years and continued to reside here until two years ago, having passed about sixty-three years of his life here. Mr. Burch was a successful farmer, and a good business man. A strong Democrat, he had held every important office in a Republican town, including collector, commissioner of highways, justice of the peace, and supervisor. A generous, kind hearted man, a consistent member of the church here, a man of undoubted honesty, he will be missed by all. A widow and one son, Marcus B. Burch. of Dansville, survive him. The funeral was held from the Methodist church at Wayland on Tuesday.
John Irish Burch (1802 - 1871)
Fidelia Race Burch (1807 - 1899)
Alvira Adams Burch (1838 - 1915)*
Marcus Bronson Burch (1860 - 1924)*
Birdsey Hawley Burch (1831 - 1905)
Laura L. Burch Gibbs (1833 - 1915)*
John Irish Burch (1838 - 1866)*
Thomas Jefferson Burch (1842 - 1918)*
George Buel Burch (1846 - 1882)*
Wayland Village Cemetery
New York, USA
Created by: Orville E. Hamman Jr.
Record added: Mar 21, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 50006571