There was no member of the crew with the surname Burnette aboard Titanic. The closest case would be the mis-spelling for the name of a Fireman, George Bennett. Unless he travelled under another name on Titanic, I am afraid the gentleman was not on board. Sounds as though there's a story there, however.
Walter Belford claimed to have been the "Chief Night Baker" on board Titanic that night. He convinced Walter Lord that he was a survivor during the writing of Mr Lord's book in the 1950's, but cannot be traced to actual crew rosters whether post or pre-sinking. There is a man with a similar name on Titanic in the cooks department who was lost, but that's as close as it gets I am afraid. Thanks for the heads-up! Will be looking for further posts from you.
Hi Brian, Thanks for the info. Actually for a while I was thinking that maybe Walter Belford might possibly be Burnette because I read his middle name was Barnet but I just am not sure. Again, thanks for the help and the post. By the way, there is another crew member I have been having trouble finding info on. His name was Melville E. Stone. I believe it was Lord who mentions him, I'm not sure, but he was listed as a steward, but that's all I have on him. Do you by any chance have a list Thanks, Mona