1834–1900
portrait

June 17, 1834, Brook­lyn, New York.

De­cem­ber 8, 1900, Brook­lyn, New York, of su­i­cide.

Low­ell Ce­me­te­ry, Low­ell, Mas­sa­chu­setts.

Uzziah was the son of Uz­ziah Ci­ce­ro Bur­nap, and hus­band of Har­ri­et W. Moore.

He ran a dry goods bu­si­ness in Brook­lyn, though he gra­du­at­ed from the Un­i­ver­si­ty of Par­is with a mu­sic de­gree. For 37 years, he played the or­gan at the Re­formed Church in Brook­lyn Heights.

He was a pro­li­fic com­po­ser, and helped ed­it the fol­low­ing:

  1. Amesbury
  2. Blumen
  3. Boston
  4. Burleith
  5. Cantus
  6. Cara
  7. Cochran
  8. Dewitt
  9. Ephratah
  10. Hinchman
  11. Holy Guide
  12. Inasmuch
  13. Jakarta
  14. New Year’s Day
  15. Serenity
  16. Tennent