Burlinghame, Charles a Methodist Episcopal minister, was born in West Greenwich, R. I., in 1801. He removed with his parents to Willett, N. Y., in 1809; was converted in 1822; began. exhorting in 1826; received license to preach in 1828; was ordained local deacon in 1834; and in 1836 entered the Oneida. Conference. In 1842 he was obliged to relinquish active work because of hemorrhage of the lungs, and he died May 30, 1843. Mr. Burlinghame was the means of bringing hundreds into the Church. His character was exemplary. See Minutes of Annual Conferences, 1843, p. 452.