[491] Burnap (spr. Borrnäpp), George W., geb. 1802 in Merrimack im NAmerikanischen Staate New-Hampshire; studirte auf der Harvard Universität u. wurde 1827 Prediger an der Independentenkirche in Baltimore. Er schrieb: Lectures on the doctrines in controversy between Unitarians and other denominations of Christians, 1835; Lectures to young men on the cultivation of the mind, the formation of character and the conduct of life, Baltim. 1840; Lectures on the sphere and ulies of woman, ebd. 1840; Lectures on the history of Christianity, ebd. 1842; Expository lectures on the principal texts of the Bible, which relate to the doctrine of the Trinity, Boston 1845; Miscellanies, 1845; Biography of Henry T. Ingalls, 1845; Popular objections to Unitarian Christianity, 1848; Twenty discourses on the rectitude of human nature, 1850.

Pierer's Universal-Lexikon, Band 3. Altenburg 1857, S. 491.