Curtis Field Burnam - Curtis Field Burnam (1820-1909) graduated from Yale in 1840, was admitted to the Richmond, Kentucky bar in 1842, and served in the Kentucky legislature in 1851-53 and 1859-63 (Senate).  He was a delegate to the convention that nominated John Bell for the presidency in 1860 and helped carry the State for the American Party.  Mr. Burnam was held in high esteem by Kentucky Confederates after the war.  He was the author of the law establishing the Confederate Home at Pewee Valley.  Another service as legislator was his support in 1906 of the bill creating two state schools for the training of teachers in Kentucky, one of which was located in Richmond.   Perhaps the most important recognition of his ability was his appointment as First Assistant Secretary of the Treasury in 1875, a position he held until Secretary Bristow resigned in June, 1876.  Mr. Burnam enjoyed other honors including the presidency of the Kentucky Bar Association. He is buried in Section A, Lot 112.