Andrew Burgess formed his own company in 1892 and sold out to Winchester in 1899. It was made in Buffalo, NY with patents starting in 1883.
From the 2004 USA Shooting Calendar (March) comes a photo of a Burgess Folding Shotgun:
"a favored selection of agents responsible for protecting valuable shipments. Buckshot shells were standard issue. The slide-action Burgess was one of faster repeating shotguns available to Wells Fargo, and the choice of agent Fred Dodge."
Hurricane Valley Rangers of Maine
White Mountain Regulators of New Hampshire