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THE 

BARNES FAMILY 

YEAR BOOK 

TRESCOTT C. BARNES 
RivEKTON, Conn. 

VOLUME III 



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Frances E. Tuttle Trescott C. Barnes 

Married 40 Years, Feb 2, 1910. 



THE 

BARNES FAMILY 

YEAR BOOK 

AN ANNUAL PUBLICATION ISSUED UNDER 

THE AUTHORITY OF THE BARNES 

FAMILY ASSOCIATION 

COMPUTED BY 

TRESCOTT C. BARNES 

Secretary and Genealogist 

Riverton, Conn- 

Vol. Ill— 1910 




1910 

WINSTED PRINTING & ENGRAVING CONN- 

WINSTED, CONN. 



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CONTENTS 

Descendants of Thomas Barnes of Hartford, 5th Generation S 

Descendants of Thomas Barnes of New Haven, 4th Generation - 14 

The Barnes Family of Long Island - - - - - 23 

Obituaries ...-...--- 27 

Ancestrial Records of Members of the Barnes Association - 39 

Index .-.-.----.. 44 

PORTRAITS 

Mr. and Mrs. Trescott C. Barnes 1 

General Alfred C. Barnes 27 

Rev. George B. Barnes -------- 32 

Isaac Barnes .--..... - 34 

NOTICE 
Where no State is given io this work Connecticut should be read. 



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DESCENDANTS OF THOMAS BARNES OF HARTFORD 

5th GENERATION 

Lines from females of 1st and 2nd Generations dropped 
Three stars denote lines on which we have no further information 

REVIEW 

No. 80. Moses Barnes, P. 3, Vol. 2. An error is found in 
considering this Moses and his son Moses the same as Moses Sr., and 
Jr., of Wallingford whereas they are of separate families; it is prob- 
able that this Moses lived wholly in Farmington, although he may 
have gone West late in life; another child of his in all probability 
was Heartwell Barnes whose name appears in Farmington and later 
in Fabius Onondaga Co., N. Y., where in an application for pension, 
the following afladavit is recorded: Served in Capt. Judd's Co., Col. 
Samuel Wylly's Regt.. Gen Parson's Brigade, Conn., line, Age 72, 
(1820) dependant on son. Elias Jefferson, aged 19 for support, a 
daughter, Lydia Clark 17, and son, Elias with a wife 55 subject to 
cramps and rheumatism make up the family. Himself hard of hear- 
ing, subject to convulsions and tits occasioned by hardships and 
fatigue in the army. 

160 LYDIA TERRELL, m. Feb. 1, 1768, David Beebe, son of 
Lieut. Jonathan and Hannah (Lewis) Beebe. He was born April 12 
1747, died in Ohio, Nov. 11,1840; she died Aug 17,1833. Children: 

386 Alice Beebe, b. Dec. 8. 1768; * * * 

387 Arab Beebe. b. Nov. 13, 1770; d. Nov. 14, 1773. 

388 Electa Beebe, b. June 8, 1773; * * * 

389 Lydia Beebe, b. July 20, 1775; * * * 

390 Esther Beebe, b. June 27, 1777, m- Noah Terrell; * * * 

391 Eunice Beebe, b. Sept. 17, 1779; * * * 

392 David Beebe, b. Sept. 2, 1781; * * * 

393 Molly Beebe, b. Oct. 15, 1783, m. Willis Terrell; * * * 

394 Chester Beebe, b. Nov. 5, 1785; * * * 

395 Agustus Beebe, b. Aug. 18, 1788. 

396 Luman Constance Beebe, b, Jan. 11, 1791, unm. d. in Ohio, 
Feb. 4, 1827. 

162 TAMASON TERRELL, m. April 15, 1773, Joseph Beebe, 
son of Ephriam of Saybrook. Only one child found: 

397 Temperance Beebe, b. Oct. 14, 1773; * * * 

168 BENONI BARNES, m. Content Scott Peck who died Mar 
30, 1844, Age 70, he died Nov. 30, 1828. One son found: 

398 Jeremiah Barnes, b. Oct. 15, 1803. 



4 Barnes Family Year Book, 1910 

172 ZUBA BARNES, m. Mar. 10, 1765, Solomon Tompkins- 

Children: ^ ^ ^ 

399 Abraham Barnes Tompkins, b. Feb. 7, 1766; * * * 

400 Martlia Tompkins, b. Nov. 2, 1767; * * * 

401 Phebe Tompkins, b. Mar. 15, 1770; * * * 

402 Abigail Tompkins, b. Apr. 15, 1772; * * * 

403 Obediah Tompkins, b. June 2, 1774; * * * 

404 Charlotte Tompkins, b. June 16, 1777; * * * 

405 Samviel Tompkins, b. Mar. 16, 1779; * * * 

406 Vasiiti Tompkins, b. Nov. 19, 1781; * * * 

407 Edmund Tompkins, b. Mar. 2S, 1784; * * * 

408 Sylvia Tompkins, b. Feb. 18, 1787; * * * 

188 ABEL BAR>JES went to AVallingford, enlisted in Col- 
Canfield's Regt. of the revolutionary army, after peace was declar- 
ed he went to York State. Several years later returned and settled 
in Windsor, (Windsor records show a marriage of Abel Barnes to 
Abigail Heath, Aug. 18, 1813 which may apply to him or a son.) 

189 AMOS BARN'ES, m. Dec. 8, 1785, Rachel Gould; * * * 

190 JONATHAN BARNES. In disposing of land inherited 
in Farmington he is shown to have gone to Southington thence to 
Wallingfo'rd and probably went West; * * * 

191 JAMES BARNES, m. July 28, 1774, Sarah Dickenson, he 
sold out in Farmington about 1788 and moved to Paris, N. Y., 
where he died about 1830. His widow died in Westmoreland, N.Y., 
about 1840. Children: 

409 Abel Barnes, b. Dec. 5, 1775. ' 

410 Asa Barnes, b. 1778. 

411 Horace Barnes, m. Amy Heacock; * * * 

412 Amos Barnes, * * * 

413 Sophia Barnes, * * * 
411 Abigail Barnes, b. Jan. 11, 1783. 

415 Polly Barnes, m. Alvah Ford; * * * 

192 THOMAS BARNES. Hs m record has not been found 
he 7noved west with his brother, it is said he had nine or ten 
children among which were the following: 

416 Thomas Barnes; * * * 

417 Luman Barnes; * * * 

418 Laura Barnes, b. May 16, 1810. 

419 James Barnes; * * * 

420 Samuel Barnes; * * * 

421 Lucy Barnes; * * * 

422 Lydia Barnes; * * * 

423 Sophronia Barnes; * * * 

206 SAMUEL BARNES, m. Jan. 19, 1803, Lydia Curtiss, dau. 
of Solomon and Abigail (Gillett) Curtiss. She was bapt. in 1780. 
They settled in North Granby, family record not obtained. 



Thomas Barnes of Hartford 5 

208 SYLVIA BARNES, m. Jan. 19, 1803 (at the same time as 
her brother Samuel) to Allen Clark. They lived in Southington, he 
was a clothier, he died June 30, 1861, She died Jan. 12, 1857. 

Children : 

424 Sophia Clark, b. Dec. 1, 1803, d. Sept. 9, 1805. 

425 Solomon F. Clark, b. Jan. 14, 1805. 

426 Henry A. Clark, b. Aug. 26, 1806. 

427 Sophia Clark, b. Oct. 6, 1808, d. Apr. 10, 1840; * * * 

428 George R. Clark, b. Dec. 30, 1810, d. June 19, 1834. 

429 Polly Clark, b. Feb. 11, 1813, d. Nov. 2, 1816. 

430 Phebe Clark, b. Jan. 12, 1815, d. Nov. 18, 1816. 

431 Polly Asenath Clark, b. Feb. 19, 1817; * * * 

432 Phebe Ann Clark, b. April 12, 1819. 

438 Lemuel Clark, b. Mar. 1, 1821. 

434 Minerva Clark, b. Feb. 16, 1823. 

209 DANIEL BARNES, m. May 1, 1811, Ruth Finch, moved 
to Illinois; * * * 

211 THOMAS BARNES, m. Jan. 13, 1814, Eunice Finch, it is 
supposed that he went to Illinois with his brother and sister. * * * 

212 PHEBE BARNES, m. Gordon Bickley. They went to 
Illinois; * * * 

213 PATIENCE BARNES, m. Aug. 27, 1817, Roland Hayes. 
They settled in North Granby where she died Aug. 11, 1870. 

Children : 

435 Sophia Patience Hayes. 

436 James Roland Hayes. 

437 Caroline Elizabeth Hayes, d. Age 2 yrs. 

439 Franklin Barnes Hayes. 

440 Frances Maria Hayes. 

441 Lucia Amelia Hayes. 

442 Nancy Elizabeth Hayes. 

214 BERIAH ANDREWS, m. Mar. 15, 1795, Anna Carring- 
ton, daughter of Jesse. He was a tinner, he died Oct. 12, 1826, 
she died Mar. 6. 1840, Age 65. Children: 

443 Philena Andrews, b. 1797, d. Jan. 26, 1823. 

444 Julia Andrews, b. Dec. 2, 1798. 

445 Laura Andrews, b. 1802. 

446 William Andrews, b. Feb. 23, 1806. 

447 Son, b. Jan, 8, 1815, d. Mar. 14 same year. 



215 JOEL ANDREWS, m. Roxanna Dutton; 



* * * 



216 PATIENCE ANDREWS, m. Oct. 10, 1802, Col. Samuel 
Harr, his 2nd wife, his 1st wife, Roxanna (Clark) having died leaving 
seven children. Patience died Mar. 30, 1865, her children were: 

448 Roxanna Hart, b. June 23, 1803. 



6 Barnes Family Year Book, 1910 

449 Patience Hart, b. June 23, 1803, d. Sept. 8, 1803. 

450 John Nelson Hart, b. Nov. 4, 1804. 

451 Collingwood Hart, b. Jan. 5, 1806. 

452 Patience Hart, b. Jan. 1809, d. Jan. 26, 1810. 

453 Mary Ann Hart, b. June 7, 1812, d. Aug. 19, 1812. 

454 Mary Ann Hart, b. Aug. 13, 1813, d. y. 

455 Mary Ana Hart, b. Nov. 29, 1815. 

456 Benjamin Hart, b. Feb. 23, 1818. 

217 CHAUNCEY ANDREWS, m. Fanny Hart; * * * 

218 BENJAMIN ANDREWS, ra. Polly Bradley, dau. of 
Ichabod and Abigail (Moore) Bradley. She was born May 4, 1789. 

220 ROSANNA ROOT, m. Nov. 22, 1813 Chauncey Dunham. 
She died Nov. 27, 1823 and he m. Sylvia Langdon (daughter of 
Giles No. 200.) Children. 

457 Samuel C. Dunham, b. May 13, 1815 d. Feb. 8. 1816. 

458 Charles Dunham, b. Dec. 4, 1816 d. Jan. 14, 1817. 

459 George B. Dunham, b. June G, 1819 d. Oct. 6, 1820. 

460 Rosanna Dunham, b. Sept. 20, 1821. 

461 Chauncey Dunham, b. Nov. 27, 1823. 

221 NORMAN ROOT, m. 1816 Anna Amsden he died in Otisca, 
V V * * * 

222 MARY ROOT, m. June 4, 1818 Truman Lee of South- 
ington, son of Timothy, he died Sept. 5, 1846. She died Oct. 18, 
1831. Children: 

462 Truman Lee, b. Sept. 8, 1819. 

463 Ira Lee, b. Feb. 11, 1821. 

464 Selah Lee, b. Oct. 7, 1822, d. Aug. 18, 1843. 

465 Eliza Lee, b. Nov. 5, 1825, d. Feb. 4 1826. 

466 Anna Lee, b. Mar. 15, 1827, d. young. 

467 Aroma Lee, b. 1829, d, Apr. 15, 1875. 

223 AMON ROOT, m. 1819, Amy Lewis, dau. of Mark. He 
settled in Milton, Mass. * * * 

224 SIMEON ROOT, m. Langdon, settled inVincennes,Ind. * * * 

225 HEZEKIAH ROOT, m- 1st. Azuba Russell, 2nd. Nov.3, 
1853, Lucy Hough of Wallingford. Children: 

468 Julius Root, went to Cal. * * * 

469 Luther Root, went to Kan. * * * 

470 Elvira Root, m, settled in Milton, Wis. * * * 
4 71 Lydia Root, settled in Milton, Wis. * * * 

426 LUMAN ANDREWS, m. Sept. 30, 1802 Lowly Cowles, 
daughter of Calvin and Maria (Atwater) Cowles, She was born. 
May 1779; d. Feb, 2S, 1819. He m. 2nd. Polly, widow of Martin 



Thomas Barnes of Hartford 7 

Piuney. He was a blacksmith and manufacturer of wood combs, 
he died Sept. 17, 1839. Children: 

468 Gad Andrews, b. May 5, 1803. 

469 Sylvia Andrews, b. June 1805; d. young. 

470 Bennet J. Andrews, b. Dec. 5. 1806. 

471 Emma A. Andrews, b. July 8, 1813; d Mar. 12, 1829. 

By 2nd. m. 

472 Iram Andrews, b. Jan. 6, 1827; d. Nov. 18, 1827. 

473 Polly Jane Andrews, b. Apr. 1, 1829: * * * 

228 BETSEY ANDREWS, m. John Church; * * * 

229 SAMUEL ANDREWS, m. May 7, 1806, Betsey Clark, dau- 
of Elisha and Hannah (Sherwood) Clark. She was born in 1786- 

Children : 

474 Lambert R. Andrews, b. May 12,1807. 

475 Hannah E. Andrews, b. Dec. 30, 1812. 

231 SOPHL\ ANDREWS, m. Joel Smith; *** 

233 ROXANNA ANDREWS, m. Dr. John B. Johnson, she died 
and he married her sister Temperance, No. 286; * * * 

234 WARREN ANDREWS, m. Eliza Johnson; *** 

235 EMMA ANDREWS, ra. Richard Frisbie; * * * 

237 HE^RY ANDREWS, m. Nov. 24, 1831, Betsey Seward. 

240 LUCY BARNES, m. June 13, 1765 in Farmington, James 
Lee, son of John and Lydia (Porter) Lee- He was born Sept. 30, 
1742, settled in Bristol. From his tomb stone in Bristol south yard, 
we copy, "Capt. James Lee, d. Feb. 14, 1823, Mrs. Lucy Lee d. Feb. 

8. 1828." Children: 

476 John Lee, b. May 28, 1766. 

477 James Lee, b. Dec. 16, 1770. 

478 Lucy Lee, b. Nov, 6, 1777. 

241 EUNICE BARNES, m. David Roberts; * * * 

242 ABIGAIL BARNES, m. in 1772 in Windsor, Timothy 
Foote, son of Samuel and Lois (Loomis) Foote. He was born Oct. 

9, 1752. They moved to Johnstown, N. Y. where she died Apr. 1786. 
He afterwards married Lucy Throop, daughter of Josiah Throop of 
Johnstown, by whom he had nine children. They removed to Fair- 
field, Ohio where both died, he Aug. 6, 1832, Abigail's Children: 

479 Timothy Foote, b. Mar. 13, 1773. 

480 Samuel Foote, bapt. Sept. 11, 1776. 

481 Ebenezer Foote, bapt. Mar. 22, 1778. 

482 Abigail Foote, b. 1780. 

483 Lois Foote, b. 1783. 

484 Luey Foote, b. 1786. 



8 Barnes Family Year Booi, 1910 

243 TIMOTHY BARNES. His m. record not found. Children: 

485 Polly Barnes, bapt. Dec. L5, 1774; * * * 

486 Timothy Barnes, bapt. Sept. 19, 1776; *** 

487 Dorcas Barnes, bapt. Feb. 16, 1779; * * * 

488 Eunice Barnes, bapt. Sept 16, 1781; * * * 

489 A Child, bapt. Aug. 31, 1783; * * * 

244 ELIPHALET BARNES; After the death of his mother he 
was brought up by relatives in Farmington, hence was not mentioned in 
his father's will (see error in No. 2, P. 5.) He served in the revolu- 
tion; he and his wife Molly sold land in Farmington in 1783 and 
moved to Plymouth, then to Watertown, where he was found by the 
census collector whose report indicates three boys and two girls 
in his family, one child only has been found. 

490 Amanda Barnes. 

245 STEPHEN BARNES, m. Nov. 16, 1780, Wealthy Ann 
Loomis who in 1824 became the second wife of Moses Wilson. They 
resided in Windsor; * * * 



>47 BEDE BARNES, m. Oct. 10, 1779, Ira Clark; 



* * * 



251 ASAHEL BARNES, resided in Bristol. He died Sept. 7, 
1777 and his widow Mercy married Mark Root. Children: 

491 Seth Barnes, b. May 7, 1771. 

492 Sarah Barnes * * * 

493 Martin Barnes, b. 1774; d. Mar. 27, 1779. 

494 Asahel Barnes. 

252 HULDAH BARNES, m. Wilcox of Middletown; * ** 

254 DANIEL BARNES, m. 1st. Jan. 13, 1779, Jerusha Webster 
dau. of Aaron, she was born Dec. 14, 1756, died Feb. 20, 1785. He 
m. 2nd. Nov. 23, 1785, Sarah Webster sister to Jerusha, she wag 
born Aug. 7 1767 died in Weymouth, Ohio, June 10, 1830. He was 
a Captain. At the Battle of Monmouth, he became sun stricken and 
never regained good health. Chilaren: 

495 Loren or (Louren) Barnes, b. June 16, 1781. 

496 Horace Barnes, b. Apr. 16. 1783, unm. lost at sea. 

By 2nd. m. 

497 Marcus Barnes, b. Feb. 17, 1787; d. Mar. 13, 1806, deranged. 

498 Daniel Barnes, b. Sept. 1, 1788. 

499 Polly Barnes, b. Nov. 12, 1790. 

500 Giles Barnes, b. Oct. 30, 1792. 

501 John Bird Barnes, b. Feb. 23, 1795. 

502 Orville Barnes, b. Feb, 26, 1797. 

503 Romolus Barnes, b. Oct. 16, 1800. 

504 Oliver Elsworth Barnes, b. Jan. 12, 1802. 

505 Darius T. C. Barnes, b. Apr. 28, 1804. 

506 Henry Marcus Barnes, b. Nov. 23, 1806. 



Thomas Barnes of Hartford 9 

256 LYDIA BARNES, ra, Daniel Prisbie. As no mention is 
made of either her or her heirs in the settlement of her mother's 
estate, it is presumed that she died early. 

258 MARY BARNES, m. James Stoddard of Litchfield she died 
Oct. 1788, no mention of any heirs when her mother's estate .was 
settled in 1810. 

259 PRUDENCE BARNES, m. James St. John, and in 1810 
was called wife of Simeon Howe. * * * 

260 NATHAN BARNES, m. Oct. 30, 1783, Martha Judd, his 
cousin, dau. of Joseph. In 1801 Nathan and Martha Barnes of 
Bristol bought for two thousand dollars, a farm in New Hartford 
where they lived to a good old age. He was a pensioner for service 
in the revolution, his estate administered upon in 1847. Children: 

507 Lydia Barnes, b. Dec. 4, 1784. 

508 Orrin Barnes, b. Apr. 10, 1787. 

509 Anson Barnes, b. Apr. 1, 1789. 

510 Allen Barnes, b. Apr. 1, 1789. 

511 Truman Barnes, b. Oct. 25, 1791. 

512 Leman Barnes. 

513 Joseph Barnes, b. Apr. 15, 1797. 

514 Mary Barnes, * * * 

263 LOIS BARNES, m. Nov. 20, 1782 in Southington, Silas 
Bronson. She died Mar. 24, 1793 and he soon after married Mary 
Barnes, a descendant of Thomas of New Haven (see No. 299, P. 13, 
No. 2.) Children: 

515 Levina Bronson, (called Liua) * * * 

516 Ashbel Bronson, * * * 

517 Infant, d Mar. 23, 1793. 

264 LEVINA BARNES.m. Apr. 19, 1792,Levi Dickenson. * * * 

265 LEVI BARNES, m. Oct. 29, 1797, Abigail Curtiss dau. of 
Solomon, she was born Dec. 10, 1779. They lived in Southington 
One son: 

518 Anthony Barnes, b. 1801. 

269 ELIJAH BARNES. His estate inventoried in 1807, distri- 
buted to widow Ruth and to brothers and sisters. 

270 ASAHEL HART, m. 1st. Anna Kilbourne (No. 302, P. 8. 
Year Book No. 2) m. 2d., Jan. 11, 1804, Chloe Booth dau.of Nathan, 
m. 3d, Prudence (Peck) widow of Stephen Gridley. Children all by 
1st, wife: 

519 Anna Hart, bapt. May 18, 1783, m. Samuel Cossett of Granby 
* * * 

520 Beiilah Hart. bapt. May 18, 1783, unm. * * * 

521 Asahel Hart, bapt. Oct. 3, 1784. 



10 Barnes Family Year Book, 1910 

522 Joseph Hart, bapt. Oct. 28, 1787, 

523 Eunice Hart, bapt. Jan. 3, 1790, m. Sept. 15, 1818, Cliauncey 
Clark; * * * 

524 AzubaHart, bapt. Sept. 16, 1792. 

525 Elizabeth Hart, bapt. May 19, 1795, m. Wakeman Stanley; 
* * * 

526 Adna Thompson Hart, bapt. May 28, 1797, 

527 Hannah Day Hart, born. Mar. 20, 1799. m. Ozem Wood- 
ruff, of Avon: * * * 

528 Ezra Day Hart, bapt. May 17, 1801, unm. * * * 

271 PHINEAS BARNES, m. Mary Lynch, settled in Pompey, 
N. Y. Children: 

529 Stephen Barnes. 

530 Elijah Barnes. 

531 Ira Barnes. 

532 Phineas Barnes, 

533 Alonson Barnes, 

534 Mary Barnes, m. Amos Warner; * * * 

535 Diodama Barnes, m. Zachariah Kinney; * * * 

536 Lucinda Barnes, m. Simeon Southerland; * * * 

272 SAMUEL BARNES, m. Rebecca Bement lived in Hartford 
and Virgil Cortland Co. N. Y. Children: 

537 Lemuel Barnes, b. 

538 Guy Barnes, b. 1783; 

539 Asa Barnes. 

540 John Barnes, * * * 

541 Stephen Barnes, * * * 

542 William Barnes, a doctor, in New Orleans, La. * * * 

543 Charles Barnes, a doctor in New Orleans, La. * * * 

544 Rebecca Barnes, in. Daniel Gleason. * * * 

545 Anna (Amy) Barnes, m. Asa Edwards. * * * 

546 Ruth Barnes, died young. 

547 Mary Barnes, m. Henry Edmunds. * * * 

273 RUSSEL(Rosewell)BARNES, m. Candace Hart, dau. of Job 
and Eunice (Beckely) Hart. She was baptized Feb. 8,1758. They 
settled in Sullivan Madison Co. N. Y. He m. 2d. Russel. Children: 

548 Vespatian Barnes, d. y. * * * 

549 Delilah Barnes, m. Johnson. * * * 

550 Leverett Barnes, m. Mary Culver. * * * 

551 Theodotia Barnes, m. John Adams. * * * 

552 Betsey Barnes, m. John Harkness. * * * 

By 2d. m. 

553 Roswell Barnes, set. in Sullivan. * * « 

554 Mary Barnes, m. Heacock, * * * 



Thomas Barnes of Hartford 11 

274 ASA B ARNES,m. Mary Day.lived and died in Pompey,N.Y. 
many of his descendants remain there at the present time. Childen: 

555 Asa Barnes. 

556 Elias Barnes. 

557 Polly Barnes, m. Samuel T. Marsh, of Pompey. * * * 

558 Betsey Barnes, m. Ebenezer Hale, of Pompey. * * * 

559 Diodama Barnes, m. Isaac Delemarter. set. in Mich. * * ♦ 

560 Hannah Barnes, m. Peter Digert, set. in Hastings N. Y. 

* ♦ * 

561 Calista Barnes, m. Joseph Williams, set. in Van Buren, N. Y. 

* # * 

562 Emeline Barnes, m. Philo Peck, set. in Van Buren N. Y. 

* * * 

563 Adeline Barnes, m. Nelson Dowd, set. in Brutus N. Y. * * * 

275 THOMAS BARNES, m. Mrs. Sylvia(Robinson)Taylor, set. in 
Pompey N. Y. later removed to Niagara where he died. Children: 

564 Soloma Barnes, m, James Willia:ns. * * * 

565 Orpha Barnes, b. Oct. 10, 1800 

566 Ansel Barnes, b. Aug. 1802. 

567 j Orson Barnes, b. May 1804. 

568 I Orlean Barnes, b. May 1804. 

569 William Barnes, b. May 1806. 

276 APPLETON BARNES,m. Abigail Eaton,dau. of Samuel and 
Chloe (Stedman) Eaton, of Hartford Co. Ct. She was born Apr, 
19, 1771 died in Syracuse, N.Y., Jan. 21, 1832; they lived in Sulli- 
van N. Y. He was drowned in the Erie Canal Nov. 5, 1833. 

Children : 

570 Charles Barnes, b. Mar. 11,1791, 

571 Ann Barnes, b. Sept 13, 1792. 

572 Chloe Barnes, b. Oct. 23, 1794. 

573 Isabella Barnes, b. Mar, 8, 1797 

5 74 Roxanna Barnes, b. Oct. 3, 1799, d. Age, 18 yr. 

575 Appletcn Barnes, b. July 15, 1801. 

576 Dota Barnes, b. Jan. 27, 1803, d. Oct. 8, 1808 

577 Lucy Barnes, b. Oct. 13, 1804. 

578 Zetto Barnes, b. Oct. 4 1807 

579 Pliuny Barnes, b. Feb. 28, 1810. 

580 Orris'Barnes, b. Aug. 24, 1812. 

581 Julianna Barnes, b May 30, 1815, m. Hiram Adams of 
Syracuse N. Y. she died Oct. Ist."'l832, Age, 17 yr. 

277 LEVINA BARNES, m. Mar. 10, 1787, E. Punderson Avery, 
she died Mar. 30, 1847. Children: 

582 Hannah Avery. 

583 Sally B. Avery. 

584 Lucy Avery, m. Belden Reesiguie, 4ch; * * * 

585 William Avery, m. Eunice Hart, 2 ch; * * * 



12 Barnes Family Year Book, 1910 

586 Phebe Avery, m. Col. Reynolds, 12 ch; * * * 

5.S7 Caudace Avery, m. Horace Sweet, 8 ch; * * * 

588 Lucetta Avery, m. Wm. Wood, no cli. 

589 Perlena Avery, m. Abner Diiell, 4 cli; * * * 

590 Perlina Avery. 

591 Cyrus Avery. 

592 Nancy Avery, m. Eiam Thomas, 9 ch: * * * 

593 Samuel Avery. 

278 PHEBE BARNES, m. 1st, Joseph Herring; m. 2nd, Mark 
St. John, he died in Pompey, N. Y. Children- 

594 Harriet Herring, ni. Henry Hart Furman; * * * 

595 Levi Herring, * * * 

By '2nd. m: 

596 Lewis St. John; * * * 

597 Esther St. John, m. Edmund Phelps: * * =5= 

598 Ann St. Jolin, in. Simeon Burnham; * * * 

599 Sanford St. John, m. set. in Ohio: * * * 
GOO Thadeus St. John, m. ; * =!= =^= 

279 WILLIAM BARNES, m. Oct. 12, 1794, Sarah Willard, 
set. in Pompey, N. Y. Children'- 

601 Phebe Barnes, b. 1796. 

602 Myra Barnes, b. 1797. 

608 Orson Barnes, b. Mar. 20, 1802. 

280 IRENE BARNES, m. Samuel Rice. Children: 
001 .Samuel Rice, m. Sally Mulkins; * * * 

605 Lovina Ric^', m. James Williams; * * * 

006 Roswell Rice; =■= * * 

007 Aaron Rice, set. in Lockport, N. Y. ; "■•'■ * * 
608 Lorinda Rice; * * * 

009 Allen Rice, m. Polly Stanton; * * * 

010 Avery Rice, m. Aurelia Cleveland ; * * * 
(511 Experience Rice, m. Elias Post; * * * 
612 Warren Rice; * * * 

61.'! Gilbert Rice; * '^ * 

614 Phf.be Rice; * * * 

2>a LUCY BARNES, m. Samuel Bement. Children: 

615 Harrison Bement; * * * 

010 Hiram Bement, set. LaPorte, Ind.; * * * 

617 Philander Bement; * * * 

Perhaps other children in this family. 

282 TRUELOA^E BARNES, m. Silas Bement: * * * 

283 SILAS BARNES, m June 3, 1783, Ann Judd, set. in 
Williamsville, Mass. Children: 

618 Elnathan Barnes, b. Nov. 13, 1786. 

619 Silas Barnes, b. Nov. 19, 1788. 

620 Jotham Judd Barnes, b. Mar. 21, 1791. 



Thomas Barnes of Hartford 13 

621 Ann Barnes, b. May 8, 1793. \ 

6"2'2 Louisa Barnes, b. Sept. 11, 1795, d. May 26, 1796. 

623 Alva Barnes, b. Dec. 27, 1797. 

624 Cyrus Barnes, b. 1799, d. y. 

625 CharloUe Barnes, b. Nov. 2, 1802. 

626 Lucy Mariali Barnes, b. Nov. 19, 1908. 

287 TLMOTHY BARNES, m. 1st. Betsey Johnson, m. 2nd, 
Polly "Webb, lived in Alford. Mass., one son known: 

627 Abraham Barnes, b. Sept. 15, 1790. 

288 ELTSHA BARNES, m. Mar. 3, 1796, Vilate Ford who was 
born June 1775, died Nov. 19, 1872. They lived in West Stock- 
bridge, Mass. Children: 

628 Erastus Barnes, b. June 2, 1797. 

629 Asahel Barnes, b. Oct. 4, 1800, d. Apr. 1, 1823. 

630 Betsey Barnes, b. Nov. 5, 1802. 

631 Elisha Munson Barnes, b. Dec. 4, 1804. 

632 Seth Austin Barnes, b. Jane 28, 1808. 

633 Thomas Wm. Barnes, b. Feb. 9, 1811. 

634 Nancy Vioiet Barnes, b. Sept. 5, 1814. 

289 SETH BARNES, m, Mehitable Barker, set. in Victor, N. 
Y. Children: 

635 Timothv Barnes, b. Sept. 8. 1796; * * * 

636 A\rilliam Barnes, b. Nov. 17, 1800: * * * 

/ 637 Reuben Barnes, b. Dec. !, 1803, set. in Angola,N.Y. ; * * * 

638 Elisha Barnes, b. Apr. 8, 1810, set. in Victor. N. Y.; * * * 

739 Miriam Barnes, I). Aug. 14, 1812: * * * 

640 Leman Barnes, b. Oct. 17,1814; *** 

290 ISAAC BARNES, m. Mar. 17, 1802, Sarah Foote who was 
born Sept. 17, 1779, died May 24, 1866. They settled in Brighton, 
N. Y., he died Dec. 30. 1863- Children: 

641 Isaac Miller Barnes, b. Dec. 12, 1803. 

642 Sarah Emily Barnes, b. Aug. 14, 1806. 

643 Chailes Milo Barnes, b. May 5, 1811. 

644 Mary En eline Barnes, b. Oct. 14, 1813. 

645 Milan Day Barnes, b. June 15, 1819. 

64 6 Edward Milton Barnes, b. Sept. 29, 1822. 

293 LUCY BARNES, m. Percis Merriman, son of Eben, born 
Oct. 17, 1755, they had a son: 

647 Almon Merriinan, b. 1807, d. July 7, 1829. 

294 BEEBE BARNES, m. June 24, 1805,Rosanna Beecher, set. 
in Southington, he died July 13, 1829, Age 47. 

648 Augustus Beecher Barnes, b. June 19, 1801. 

649 Silas Barnes; * * * 

650 Daggett Barnes, b. 1807. 

651 Rosanna Barnes. 

295 ROSANNA BARNES,m.Mar.25,1800,Marcus Curtiss, * * * 



DES0EXDAXT3 OF THOMAS BARNES OF NEW HAVEN 
Children ix the 4th. generation Continued 

A(Mitions to records m Yea" Book No. 2. 

Pa";e 13, No. 6S, AVise Barnes, m. 1st, Jan. 18. 1753 in North 
Branford, Hannah Bartholomew, (Baile)"":3 Conn. Marriages.) 

Page 14. No. 84, Abel Barnes; one son omitted from his family 
331a, John Barnes, b. May 9, 1767. 

Page 15, No. 85, Enos Barnes, four youngest children omitted, 
339a Ambrope Barnes, b. May 19, 175T. 
339b Sarah Barnes, b Nov. 13, 1759. 
339c Ase Barnes, ]) Apr. IG, 17G2. 
339d Asa Banes, b. xMar. 25, 17G8. 

Thomas Barnes of New Haven. 4th. Generation. 



1G8 JOSEPH CORNWALL, m. Alugail Candee; 



^ ^ :*; 



1G9 ABIGAIL CORNWALL, m. Amos Miller son of Benjamin 
and Mary (Basset) Miller. 

171 ELIZABETH CORNW^ALL, ra. 1st. Jeremiah Bacon, 2nd. 
Ichabod Miller, brother of Amos who married her sister above. 

562 Rachel iMiller, m. Eli Coe. 

174 PATIENCE WARD, m. June 2nd, 1734, Samuel Plum, 
who was born April 18, 1710, they lived in the Parish of AVestfield 
where they died, he July 15, 1794, she Jan. 10. 1793, they had 
eleven Children: 

563 Dorothy Plum, b. Sept. 2, 1735. 

564 Samuel B. Plum, b. Jan. 9, 1737. 

565 Aaron Plum, b. Mar. 9, 1739. 

5GG Elizabeth Plum, b. Mar. 30, 1741, d. 180.S; * * * 

5G7 Son, d. July 1, 1743. 

5G8 Mary Plum, b. July 26, 1744, d. Sept. 1839; * * * 

569 Jesse Plum, b. July 23, 1746. 

570 William Plum, b. Dec. 26, 1748. 

571 Lucy Plum, b. Feb. 27, 1751. 

572 Anna Plum, b. Mar. 12, 1754. 

573 James Plum, b. May 4, 1757. 

175 ANNA AVARD, m. June 19, 1735, Ebenezer Elton who 
was born in 1712, they lived in Wallingford where she died May 2, 
1753. He m. 2d, Jan. 23, 1755, Hannah Bacon who bore him eleven 
children. Anna's Children: 



Thomas Barnes of New Haven 15 

5 74 Recompence Elton, b. Mar. 7, 1736, d. June 15, 1T94; * * * 

575 Ebenezer Elton, b. Feb, 20, 1788; * * * 

576 Mary Elton, b. Dec. 3, 1739; * * * 

577 Bradley Elton, b. April 11, 1742, d. Jan. 23, 1830; * * * 

578 Patience Elton, b. Feb. 10, 1744. 

579 James Ehon. b. April 20, 1746, d. Sept. 14, 1776: * * * 

580 William Elton, b. Aug. 2, 1748, d. April 15, 1822; * * * 

581 Richard Elton, b. Sept. 29, 1750, d. June 15, 1756. 

582 Elizabeth Elton, b. Dec. 26, 1752, d. Aug. 8, 1753. 

176 MARY WARD, m. 1734-5, Benjamin Cornwall of Middle- 
town, she died Feb. 19, 1739. Children: 

583 Benjamin Cornwall, b. Feb. 6, 1736. 

584 Hannah Cornwall, b. Feb. 6, 1736, d. Mar. 5, 1739. 

585 Mindwell Cornwall, b. Aug. 11, 1738, d. Sept. 4, 1742. 

177 WILLIAM WARD, m. Nov. 9, 1742, Martha Bow, dau. of 
Edward and Anna (Prior) she was born Aug. 23, 1718, died Dec 8, 
1770. He m. 2nd, July 4, 1771, widow Hannah Spencer, he was 
known as Captain Ward, he died Feb. 3, 1786. Children: 

586 W^illiam Ward, b. Sept. 17, 1744. 

587 Edward Ward, b. Oct. 22, 1746. 

588 Annear Ward, b. Jan. 9, 1748. 

589 James T. Ward, b. April 3, 1751. 

590 Martha Ward, b. May 30, 1753. 

591 Asher Ward, b. Oct. 15, 1755. 

592 Mary Ward, b. Sept. 1759. 

179 ABIGAIL WARD, m, Samuel Galpin of Wallingford, the 
will of her father mentions one son, 

593 James Galpin; * * * 

180 JOSEPH WARD, m. Mar. 15, 1758 at Cromwell, Lucia 
Buller of Middletown who was born Mar. 8, 1731-2, lived in Middle- 
town, he died Oct. 12, 1812. Children: 

594 Olive Ward, b. Mar. 23, 1759, d. Feb. 2, 1760. 

595 Joseph Ward, b. Aug. 15, 1760. 

596 Eber Ward, b. Aug. 10, 1762, d. Mar. 20, 1798; * * * 

597 Lucy Ward, b. July 11, 1764; * * * 

598 Beela Ward, b. May 2, 1766; * * * 

599 Olive Ward, b. Mar. 2, 1768; * * * 

600 Rebecca AYard, b. Aug. 2, 1771, d. Sept. 10, 1771. 

601 Phebe Ward, b. Oct. 28, 1772. 

602 Rebecca Ward, b. Oct. 28, 1772, d. Nov. 12, 1772. 

184 MOSES HARRIS. He and his brother Gilbert served in 
the French war, were at Port Royal; and for service both received 
land grants which they took up in Washington Co., N. Y. Gilbert 
became a Tory and caused Moses and his son William to be seized at 



16 Barnes Family Year Book, 1910 

his house during the revolution and talcen to Canada where they 
suffered many hardships. Gilbert was later compelled to vacate and 
took refuge in the wilderness west of Lake George. Moses is said 
to have removed to Ky., where he died. Children'- 

603 Moses Harris, b. Nov. 19, 1748. 

604 William Harris; * * * 

605 Joseph Harris. 

185 JOHN HARRIS, m. Feb. 5, 1740 in Derby, Rachel Moss, 
lived in Derby five years, moved to Goshen, tlience to Cornwall 
and to Duchess Co., N. Y., where he died in 1758, he was one of the 
first deacons of the Congregational Church in Cornwall, his widow 
married David Owens of Salisbury. Children: 

606 Timothy Harris, b. in Derby, Oct. 6, 1742; * * * 
60 7 John Harris, b. in Derby, Mar. 5, 1744. 

608 Israel Harris, b. in Cornwall, Feb. 15, 1747. 

609 Rachel Harris, b. in Cornwall, Feb. 22, 1749. 

610 Samuel Harris, b. in N. Y. 

611 Jonathan Harris b. in N. Y. 

18S JOSEPH HARRIS. Little has been found regarding his 
family. It is only known to us that he had a son, 

612 Seth Harris. 

191 ABIGAIL HARRIS, m. Oct. 1st, 1741, Lieut. Asa Hop- 
kins from Hartford. Stie died before 1759 as he had a daughter 
Rhoda born tliat year by a second wife. Abigail's Children: 

613 Asa Hopkins, b. Nov. 13, 1742. 

614 Harris Hopkins, b. Mar. 4, 1744-5. 

615 Abigail Hopkins. 

193 JONATHAN GILBERT, m. Oct. 25, 1739 in Middletown, 
Prudence Hanis, dau. of \Vm.3, Wm.2, DanieU. She was born, 
Sept. 18, 1721, died Aug. 30, 1798, he «;ied Jan. 3rd, 1812. They 
were life long residents of Middletown. Children: 

616 Infant, b. and d. 1740. 

617 Martha Gilbert, b. Nov. 18, 1743; * * * 

618 Daniel Gilbert, b. Jan. 15, 1745; * * * 

619 Jonathan Gilbert, b. Feb. 21, 1747; * - * 

620 Prudence Gilbert, b. Aug. 6, 1750, m. Daniel Stow; * * * 

621 Elizabeth Gilbert, b. Jan. 29,1 753,m. Timothy Powers; * * * 

622 Ezekiel Gilbert, b. xMar 25, 1756. 

623 William Gilbert, b. June 14, 1758; * * * 

624 Patience Gilbert, b. Nov. 9. 1760; * * * 

625 Sarah Gilbert, b. Nov. 1, 1763. 

301 DANIEL'jBARNES, m. June 25, 1752, Sarah Sackett prob- 
ably^ dau. of Samuel and Elizabeth (Todd) Sackett, born April 9, 



Thomas Barnes of New Haven 17 

1730, died May 19, 1801, he died April '20, 1809, his estate weut to 
his sons, Solomon, Samuel and Eli. Children: 

626 Millicent Barnes, b. 1768, d. Dec. 3, 1770. 

627 Lydia Barnes, b. 1754. d. Dec. 19, 1802. 

628 Solomon Barnes, b. 1757. 

629 Jemima Barnes, b. 1760. 

630 Eli Barnes, b. 1762; * * * 

631 Samuel Barnes, b. 1765; * * * 

632 Daniel Barnes, b. Dec. 1770, d. June 24, 1772. 

203 ESTHER BARNES, m. July 5, 1753, Stephen Goodyear, 
son of Theophilus and Esther (Sperry) Goodyear who was born 
June 15, 1729. He was a Captain in the Revolutionary Army, 
Esther died Oct. 23, 1776. He afterwards married Mary Peck, he 
died Nov. 1, 1803. Children: 

633 John Goodyear, b. Mar. 26, 1754. 

634 Lucy Goodyear, b Dec. 26, 1755, d. Aug. 13, 1773. 

635 Esther Goodyear, b. Aug. 7, 1757, d. Oct. 11, 1776. 

636 Lowly Goodyear, b. June 12, 1759. 

637 Stephen Goodyear, b. June 16, 1761. 

638 Chauucey Goodyear, b. May 25, 1764. 

639 Eii Goodyear, b. Jan. 16, 1766. 

640 Mabel Goodyear, b. May 18, 1769, d. Aug. 20, 1773. 

204 3ETII BARNES. The family name of his wife Abigail 
we have not found, nor have we been able to trace any of their 
descendants the cencus records of 1790 gives two males under six- 
teen in his family which denotes another son. Children: 

641 Leverett Barnes, b. May 23, 1758. d. May 30, 1758. 

642 Abigail Barnes, bapt. July 31, 1763; * * * 

643 Samuel M. Barnes, b. 1767, d. Sept 1772. 

644 Seth Barnes, bapt. Feb. IS, 1771, d. Mar. 26, 1772. 

645 Lucinda Barnes, bapt. May 19, 1772. 

646 Lemuel Barnes, bapt. Mar. 15, 1778. 

205 EUNICE BARNES, m. Nov. 4, 1762, Caleb Cooper; * * * 

206 TITUS BARNES, m.Sarah Peck,dau.of Samuel. Children: 

647 Atheneth Barnes; * * * 

648 Sarah Barnes. 

649 Lowly Barnes. 

207 JACOB ROBINSON, m. July 14, 1747, Elizabeth Brockett. 
Children : 

650 Moses Robinson, b. July 14, 1754; * * * 

651 Adah Robinson, b. Aug. 8, 1760; * * * 

208 MARY ROBINSON, m. Moses Sanford; * * * 



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209 JOHN ROBINSOX, Jr., m. IT.U, Lois Sanford. Children: 

652 Mary Robinson, b. Aug. 8, 1753: * * * 

653 Desire Robinson, b. Jan. 2, 1758; * * * 

654 John Robinson, b. Nov. 12, 1760. 

655 Justin Robinson, b. Dec. 6, 1765; * * * 

656 Harmon Robinson, b. July 1767, died young. 

657 Harmon Robinson, b. July 7, 1768. 

658 Medad Robinson, b. July 19, 1770: * * * 

659 Linas Robinson, b. Feb. U, 1774; * * * 

660 Lois Robinson, b. Mar. 19, 1776; * * * 

210 MIRIAM ROBINSON, m. Joel Bradley who was the fifth 
of the eleven children of James and Sarah (Humiston) Bradley of 
North Haven, born 1722. Children: 

661 Esther Bradley. 

662 Sarah Bradley. 

663 Daughter; * * * 

212 JESSE BARNES, m. removed to York State one son was 

664 Lemuel Barnes, bapt. Mar. 13, 1778. 

213 AMBROSE BARNES, m. Beulah Blakeslee, daughter of 
Isaac and Mary ( Prost) Blakeslee, he lived in Cheshire where he 
died Mar. 22, 1831. His widow died April 14, 1832. Children: 

665 James Barnes, b. April 16, 1773. 

666 Elizabeth Barnes, bapt. Aug. 24, 1774. 

667 Pliebe Barnes, bapt. Dec. 8, 1776. 

668 Al)iah Barnes, b. Feb. 15, 1780. 

669 Jesse Barnes, b. Sept. 7, 1782; * * * 

219 ANNA BLAKESLEE, m. June 3, 175L Amos Bronson, 
they settled in Plymouth, she died in 1800 and he married again in 
1802 and died Sept. 1819. Children: 

670 Lucy Bronson, b. Nov. 1, 1752. 

671 Pliebe Bronson, b. May 30, 1754. 

672 Tamer Bronson, b. Feb. 1, 1756, d. 1757. 

673 Zerah Bronson, b. Jan. 22, 1758. 

674 Sylvia Bronson, b. Feb. 3, 1760, d. April 17 76. 

675 Tillotson Bronson, b. Jan. 8, 1762. 

676 Noah Bronson, b. Aug. 6, 1764, d. 1766. 

677 Noah Mills Bronson, b. July 4, 1776. 

678 Amos Bronson, b. Sept. 3, 1769. 

679 Anna Bronson, b. Jan. 20, 17 73, 

680 Sarah Bronson, b. Nov. 3, 1774. 

681 Sylvia Bronson, b. Nov. 22, 1776. 



Thomas Barnes of New Haven 19 

220 ABNER BLAKESLEB, m. 1st, Sept. 25, 1775, Thankfull 
Peck, daughter of Samuel, sister to Sarah who m. Titus Barnes, No. 
206. He married 2nd, Feb. 19, 1786, widow Mary Noble, he died 
Nov. 29, 1791. Children: 

682 Samuel Blakeslee; * * * 

683 Jacob Blakeslee; * * * 

684 Infant Son. 

685 Clement Blakeslee; * * * 

686 Micajah Blakeslee; * * * 

687 Ziba Blakeslee, b. July 1st, 1768; * * * 

688 Abner Blakeslee; * * * 

689 Betsey Blakeslee; * * * 

690 Thankfull Blakeslee; * * * 

By 2nd. m. 

691 Sally Blakeslee; * * * 

692 Jacob Nash Blakeslee; * * * 

222 ASHUR BLAKESLEE, m. Mary Humaston, daughter of 
John. Children: 

693 Sala Blakeslee; * * * 

694 Salmon Blakeslee; * * * 

695 Anner Blakeslee; * * * 

696 Gad Blakeslee; * * * 

697 Ashur Blakeslee; * * * 

223 NOAH BLAKESLEE, m. widow Annis Curtiss had one 
child. 

698 Sarah Blakeslee, b. Jan. 11, 1772; * * * 

225 SARAH GRINNELL, m. about 1760, James Redfield her 
first cousin, he was born Mar. 29, 1735, the youngest of thirteen 
children of Theopliilus and Priscilla Redfield, resided in what is now 
Westbrook, he died April 3, 1788, she Oct. 23, 1793. Children: 

699 Sarah Redfield, b. April 2, 1761. 

700 Priscilla Redfield, b. July 26, 1763. 

701 Sabera Redfield, b. Mar. 22, 1765. 

702 James Redfield, b. June 27, 1767. 

703 Theophilus Redfield, b. Aug. 26, 1769. 

704 John Redfield, b. Mar. 20, 1773. 

234 BENJAMIN ATKINS, m. Jan. 2, 1746, Hannah, widow of 
Jonathan Sage, daughter of William and Ann (Bidwell) Watts, 
settled in New Britain near Newington. Children: 

705 Lucy Atkins, b. Nov. 8, 1746. 

706 Hannah Atkins, b. Aug 12, 1750. 

707 Benjamin Atkins. \ b. Apr. 3, 1756. 

708 Rachel Atkins, f b. Apr. 3, 1756; * * * 

709 Hezekiah Atkins, b. May 16, 1765. 



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245 EZEKIEL BARNES. History of Middlefield says he re- 
moved to York State, had a son Allen who became a Methodist 
minister. 

710 Allen Barnes 

246 GILES BARNES, m. Catherine Stow (probably a widow 
and mother of Thomas Stow) he m. 2nd, Jemima Atkins, daughter 
of Thomas, resided in Middletown, perhaps after the revolution re- 
moved to York State. Children- 

711 Gate Barnes, b. May 80, 1762; * * * 

712 Esther Barnes, b. July 1, 1764; * * * 

713 Sarah Barnes, b. Dec. 26, 1765. 

714 Ghloe Barnes, b. April 9, 1767; * * * 

715 Samuel Barnes, b. Sept. 15, 1768; * * * 

716 Lucy Barnes, b. May 30, 1770; * * * 

717 Giles Barnes, b. July 19, 1771; * * * 

718 Hannah Barnes, b. Oct. 7, 1772; * * * 

719 Lois Barnes, b. June 12, 1775; * * * 

720 Stephen Barnes, b. Feb. 13, 1777; * * * 

247 LOIS BARNES, m. at Cromwell, May 18, 1769, Joseph or 
(Josiah) Brainard, no Children. 

249 EBENEZER BARNES, m. and first settled in Tolland, 
Mass. .later moved to Ohio,had two children which were dwarfs;* * * 

250 AMOS BARNES, m. 1st, in Middletown, May 17, 1765, 
widow Sarah Crowell who died July 7, 1770, m. 2nd, May 2, 1771, 
Abigail Brooks who died Sept. 26, 1816, Age 82, he died Feb. 20, 
1814, he was a Captain in the Revolutionary Army, lived in Middle- 
town. Children: 

721 Rhoda Barnes, b. Jan. 24, 1772. 

722 Abigail Barnes, b. Sept. 21, 1774. 

254 BENJAMIN BARNES, m. May 12, 1763, Mary Coe, 
daughter of Ephriam and Hannah (Miller) Coe, she was born Mar. 
24, 1740, died July 3, 1795, after which he married a second wife. 
He removed early to "West Granville,Mass. He served in the Army, 
was a Captain, was with Ethan Allen at Ticonderoga and at Fort 
William Henry; he fell into the hands of the British, but made his 
escape and after extreme privations reached the American lines. 
He died in West Granville, June 13, 1834. Children: 

723 Rhoda Barnes, b. Mar. 5, 1764, died young. 

724 Elijah Barnes, b. Mar. 13, 1766. 

725 Anah Barnes, b. July 31, 1768, unm. d. Feb. 8, 1857. 

726 Lucy Barnes, b. Sept. 12. 1772. 

727 Benjamin Barnes, b. 1776. 



Thomas Barnes of New Haven 21 

255 PHINEAS BARNES, m. Mercy Provin of Blanford, Mass., 
settled in West Granville, Mass., his wife died Mar. IS, 1821, Age 
72, he died Sept. 25th, 1832. Children: 

728 Phineas Barnes. 

729 William Barnes. 

730 Amos Barnes, b. Mar. 4, 1780. 

731 Hophni Barnes. 

732 Eunice Barnes. 

733 Mercy Barnes. 

734 Daughter who m. Zepheniah Mills; * * * 

256 ELIHU BARNES. He settled in Blanfield, Mass. near his 
brothers. He served in the Revolution, after term of service he 
started for home with others and was poisoned by a Tory on the 
way. Children: 

735 Elihu Barnes. 
735a Huldah Barnes. 

258 JEREMIAH BARNES, m. Sarah whose family name is 
supposed to have been Curtis, they settled at West Granville, Mass., 
near his brothers, his wife died Dec. 24, 1822, Age 74, he died Aug.28, 
1845. Children: 

736 Son, b. May 30, 1777. d. May 31, 1777. 

737 Joel Barnes, b. Sept. 21, 1778. 

738 John Barnes, b. May 5, 1780, d. Jan. 7, 1782. 

739 Rhoda Barnes, b. Oct. 15, 1781. 

740 Jeremiah Barnes, b. Sept. 22, 1783. 

741 Jesse Barnes, b. Aug. 8, 1785. 

742 Sarah Barnes, b. Aug. 23, 1787. 

743 Anson Barnes, b. Dec. 15, 1790. 

259 SIMEON BARNES. We do not know whether he married; 
his brother Solomon was appointed administrator of his estate 
Feb. 7, 1767. 

261 SOLOMON BARNES, m. Jan. 9, 1768, Jerusha Hale, lived 
in Middletown, died Dec. 1, 1790. Children: 

744 Rhoda Barnes, b. Mar. 26, 1769; * * * 

745 Simeon Hale Barnes, b. May 15, 1773; * * * 

746 Solomon Stow Barnes, b. June 14, 1776; * * * 

747 Gideon Barnes, b. Mar. 4, 1779; * * * 



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266 THOMAS BARNES, m. Feb. 7, 1772 in Middletown, 
Sybil Adkins, the birth of five children is recorded in Middletown. 
He lived in that portion of the Town set off to form the new Town 
of Middlefield. The history of Middlefield mentions the other Child- 
ren given in this family. 

748 Nathaniel Barnes, b. Oct. 10, 1774, set. in Middletown; * * * 

749 Isaac Barnes, b. Nov. 21, 1776; * * * 

750 Betsey Barnes; * * * 



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751 Sybil Barnes, m. Mr. Strong, moved to Ohio; * * * 

752 Jonatlian S. Barnes,b.Aug.l2,1786,set. in Middletown; * * * 

753 Thomas Barnes, went South and died; * * * 

754 Elijah Barnes, set. in Ashtabula, 0.; * * * 

755 Mary Barnes; * * * 

756 Josiah Barnes, set. in Ashtabula, 0.; * * * 

271 JOSEPH N. BARNES, m. in Middleiown, Nov. 16, 1768 
Thankfull Ward who died during his captivity, Nov. 16, 1776. 
He entered the Army was made prisoner at Ft. Washington and 
made to suffer the privations allotted to those prisoners, upon ob- 
taining his release he had not vitality to sustain life and died on the 
way home. Children: 

757 Mehitable Barnes, b. Feb. 9, 1770; * * * 

758 Thankfull Barnes, b. Feb. 16, 1772. 

759 Joseph Barnes, b. Mar. 30, 1774:; * * * 

760 Abijah Barnes, b. Aug. 23, 1776; * * * 

272 NEHEMIAH BARNES, died in service probably in the 
the British prison ship, a son named after him lived in Middlefield, 
was blind many years his eyes having been shot out. 

761 Nehemiah Barnes. 

275 LOIS BARNES, m. Sept. 12, 1751, John Ives, they appear 
in New Hartford before the revolution, later in Barkhamsted where 
both died, he June 17, 1812, she July 15, 1814. Her mother 
Mehitable, widow of Gershom Barnes also died at Barkhamsted, Jan. 
31, 1787. No record of John and Lois Ives family has been found. 

762 John Ives. 

276 ASA BARNES, m. Lois Yale who was born Sept. 3, 1739, 
they soon removed to Lanesboro, Mass., was called Col. Soon after 
the close of the revolution they moved to Charlotte, Vt., he died 
Mar. 21, 1802, she Mar. 10, 1807. Children: 

763 Hezekiah Barnes, b. 1760. 

764 Lois Barnes, } b. Sept. 4, 1762, died young. 

765 Esther Barnes, [ b. Sept. 4, 1762, died young. 

766 Asa Barnes, b. Jan. 8, 1765. 

767 Abner Barnes, b. Oct. 29, 1767, died young. 

768 Yale Barnes, b. July 8, 1769, d. July 22, 1788. 

769 Abner Barnes, July 22, 1771; * * * 

770 Esther Barnes, July 24, 1773; * * * 

771 Lois Barnes, Mar. 23, 1775. 

772 Joseph Barnes, b. Sept. 13, 1778, 



THE BARNES FAMILY OF LONG ISLAND 

Additions in 3rd Generation 

33 PATIENCE BARNES, Page 33, Vol. I, Children not given. 
118c Zeruiak VanScoyeck, bapt. Nov. 22, 1724,m. May 20, 1744 
Uzziel Cook; * * * 

120a Mary VanScoyeck, bapt. Sept. 30, 1733; * * * 
I20b Jonathan Van Scoyeck, bapt. Oct. 30, 1738. 

The Barnes Family of Long Island, 4th Generation 

(Continued) 

85 TIMOTHY BARNES (records not included in A^ol. 2) m. 
Oct. 25, 1782 in Wallingford, Enuce Munson daughter of Solomon 
and Sarah (Peck) Munson, she was born Oct. 19, 1754, died Dec.ll, 
1807, resided in Litchfield until 1794, then a few years in Cooper- 
town, N. Y., later at Clinton, N. Y., where he died Nov. 15, 1825. 
Children : 

294 Erastus Barnes, b. Nov. 14, 1773; * * * 

295 Abigail Barnes, Aug. 29, 1775, d. 1783. 

296 Sally Barnes, b. Aug. 26, 1777; * * * 

297 Eunice Barnes, b. Aug. 7, 1779, died young. 

298 Timothy Barnes, b. Oct. 8, 1780. 

299 Eunice Barnes, b. Nov. 8, 1782; * * * 

300 Munson Barnes, b. June 26, 1784; * * * 

301 Phebe Barnes, b. Nov. 13, 1787; * * * 

302 Abigail Barnes, b. Aug. 7, 1794; * * * 

106 CASGIAH (KESIAH) BARNES m. Sept. 7, 1745, Jeremiah 
Sherrill; * * * 

110 ISAAC BARNES, entered service during the French war, 
was in command of a company at Cape Britain, N. S. when he died 
Oct. 21, 1758. 

111 NATHANIEL BARNES, m. about 1768, Elizabeth Brown 
of Westerly, R. 1., she was born 1741, died Mar. 5, 1826. He was 
Captain of a Privateer and died in Charleston, S. C, during the Rev- 
olution. Children: 

303 Nathaniel Barnes, b. Sept. 12, 1769 in Amagansett, L. I. 

304 Son, died in Infancy. 

305 Sally Barnes, m. Brown; * * * 

306 Betsey Barnes, m. Amos Ci'oss; * * * 

307 Nancy Anna Barnes, m. Joshua Robinson; * * * 

113 MATHEW BARNES, lived in Easthampton, L. I., his 
name appears on the town records very often between 1775 and 
1800 as assessor, trustee and Highway Commissioner. The Bap- 
tismal Records of his family show Children: 



24 Barnes Family Year Book, 1910 

308 Child, bapt. May 23, 1777. 

309 Child, bapt. May 23, 1777. 

310 Mathew Barnes, bapt. June 24, 1778; * * * 

311 Child, bapt. May 1783. 

312 Child, bapt. July 1785. 

313 Matilda Barnes, bapt. May 20, 1788; * * * 

314 Esther Barnes, bapt. May 1791; * * * 

315 Nancy Anna Barnes, bapt. Dec. 12, 1793; * * * 

316 Sarah (Sally) Barnes, bapt. Feb. 1797;* * * 

115 ANNE BARNES, m. Nathan Hand, a son: 

317 Augustus Hand. 

118 ISAAC BARNES, had a son baptised Aug. 20, 1783. 

318 Nathaniel Barnes, bapt. as above; * * * 

124 EDWARD JOHNSON, m.Nov. 13, 1760, Abigail Stoddard. 
Children : 

319 Lois Johnson, b. April 15, 1761; * * * 

320 Orange Johnson, b. July 14, 1762; * * * 

321 Abigail Johnson, b. Mar. 30, 1764; * * * 

322 Lucretia Johnson, b. Feb. 25, 1766: * * * 

323 Sylvia Johnson, June 4, 1769; * * * 

324 Seymour Johnson, b. Apr. 30, 1771; * * * 

325 Edward Johnson, b. July 15, 1773; * * * . 

126 ZACHARIAS JOHNSON, m. July 25, 1765, Sarah Peck. 
Children : 

326 Elizabeth Johnson, b. Mar. 1, 1766, d. Dec. 6. 1766. 

327 Minerva Johnson, b. July 7, 1768. * * * 

328 Elijah Johnson, b. Oct. 4, 1770, d. Aug. 7, 1777. 

329 Irene Johnson, b. Dec. 21, 1772. * * * 

330 Isaac Johnson, b. Ang 9, 1774, d. July 26, 1777. 

331 Elvin Johnson, b. June 18, 1776, Aug. 1, 1777. 

332 Sarah Johnson, b. June 5, 1778. * * * 

129 ESTHER JOHNSON, m. Lemuel Gibbs, son of Benjamin, 
he died Feb. 27, 1805. Children: 

333 Medad Gibbs, b. Oct. 21, 1762. * * * 

334 Philo Gibbs, b. Sept. 15, 1764. * * * 

335 Lemuel Gibbs, b. Oct. 4, 1766 * * * 

336 Abigail Gibbs, b. Jan. 15, 1769. 

337 Elizabeth Gibbs, b. June 10, 1771. * * * 

338 Benjamin Gibbs, b. Sept. 4, 1773. * * * 

339 Esther Gibbs, b. Nov. 6, 1775. * * * 

340 Tryphena Gibbs, b. June 10, 1779. * * * 

132 PHEBE JOHNSON, m. July 25, 1767, Hezekiah Orton, 
son of Hezekiah and Ann (Sedgwick^ Orton. He was born Dec. 2, 
1745, died May 25, 1770. Children: 



The Barnes Family of Long Island 25 

341 Solomon Orton, | b. June 5, 1768. * * * 

342 Hezekiah Orton, j b. June 5, 1768. 

343 Phebe Orton, b. Jan. 23 1770. * * * 

135 WILLIAM EMMONS, m. Apr. 4, 1768, Thankfull Lee 
Children: 

344 Alice Emmons, b. May 2, 1769. * * * 

345 Elizabeth Emmons, b. Dec. 6, 1770. * * * 

346 Amy Emmons, b.Feb. 29, 1772. * * * 

347 Lydia Emmons, b. Jan. 30. 1774. * * * 

348 Sarah Emmons, b. Nov. 17, 1775. * * * 

349 Anne Emmons, b. Nov. 24, 1777. * * * 

350 Urania Emmons, b. May 28, 1779. * * * 

351 Ely Emmons, b. Feb. 10, 1781. * * * 

352 Mary Emmons, b. Mar. 16. 1783. * * * 

353 John Emmons, b. May 2, 1784. * * * 

354 Lois Emmons, b. Oct. 8, 1788. * * * 

355 Heman Emmons, b. Nov. 4, 1791. * » * 

139 SAMUEL BARNES, m. Abigail Daines, they with Castle 
and Jonathan Daines, brothers of Abigail joined the Friends, re- 
moved to New Jerusalem, N. Y. in 1793 where he died in 1809, 
age 66, she died in 1842, age 92. Children: 

356 Parmelee Barnes. 

357 Elizur Barnes. 

358 Julius Barnes. 

359 Samuel Barnes, b. 1786. 

360 Henry Barnes, b. 1790. 

143 RACHEL AUGUR, m. Nehemiah Rogers, son of Josiah.*** 

144 KETURAH AUGUR, m. Benjamin Lindsley of Wolcott or 
Bristol, he died in Bristol, their children all except Lud removed 
to York State. Children: 

361 Sarah Lindsley, b. Feb. 1766,m.Hart,she d.Oct.13,1824. * * * 

362 Keturah Lindsley, b. Feb. 2. 1768, m. Roberts, she died 
1830. * * * 

363 Lud Lindsley, b, Sept. 24, 1770. 

364 Rachel Lindsley, b.Oct. 24,1772,m. Alling,she d.Dec.10,1834 

365 Jared Lindsley, b. Dec. 5, 1774. * * * 

366 Lucinda Lindsley, b. Mar. 17, 1777, m. Ailing, d. Apr. 20; 
1844. * * * 

367 Dorcas Lindsley,b.Apr.l2,l778,m.Gridley,d.Dec.20,1824. *** 

368 Benjamin Lindsley, b. Nov. 10, 1780. * * * 

369 Eldad Lindsley, b, June 19, 1784. * * * 

145 JOHN AUGUR m. Ist, Nov. 24, 1776, Dinah Page, dau. of 
Daniel and Dinah (Baldwin) Page, she was born Mar. 14, 1752, 
d. Jan. 26, 1795, he m. 2d, Dec. 19, 1799, Deborah, widow of 
Ralph Hoadley, daughter of Timothy Frisbie. He was a soldier in 
the Revolution, died Jan. 8, 1827. Children: 



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3V0 Rhoda Augur, b. Aug. 5, 1777, d. Sept. 13 1821, unm. 

371 Wealthy Augur, b. Aug. 20, 1779. 

372 Daniel Page Augur, b. Mar. 14, 1781. 

373 Phebe Augur, b. Apr. 8. 1783, d. Apr. 1, 1803 

374 Robert Augur, b. July 9, 1785. * * ♦ 

375 Reuben Augur, b. July 29, 1789. * * * 

376 Joel Augur, b. Apr. 9, 1791. 

377 Trypliene Augur, b. Jan. 3, 1793. * * * 

378 By 2d m. Eunice Anna Augur, b. Mar. 14, 1801. * * * 

149 WILLIAM BARNES, m. Dec.4, 1746, Jemima Sherrill, who 
was born in 1725, died Mar. 29, 1823, he died July 3, 1814. 

Children ■ 

379 William Barnes, b. Sept. Sept. 1747. 

380 Jemima Barnes, bapt. Jan. 7, 1750. * * * 

381 Eli Barnes, bapt. Feb. 24, 1754. 

382 Jex'emiah Barnes, b, 1756. 

383 Joseph Barnes, bapt. Mar. 11, 1759. 

384 David Barnes, b. 1763, d. June 3, 1809. 

385 Noah Barnes, bapt. Aug. 18, 1765. 

150 MARTHA BARNES, m. Apr. 4, 1749, in Cromwell, Israel 
Wilcox, a record of one child has been found. 

386 Mary Wilcox, b. Sept. 13, 1756. 

151 JOSEPH BARNES, m. Oct. 6. 1748, in Middletown, Hannah 
Stow, dau. of Thomas and Martha (White) Stow, who was born 
Dec. 7, 1726. died Oct. 5, 1812. He died Feb. 13, 1813. Soon 
after their marriage they moved to Lanesborough.Mass., where they 
remained during life. He was a Captain. Children: 

387 Hannah Barnes, b July 10, 1749. * * * 

388 Joseph Barnes, b. May 2, 1751. 

389 William Barnes, b. Feb. 19, 1754. 

390 Mary Barnes, b. Mar. 7, 1756. * * * 

391 Lucy Barnes, b. Nov. 5. 1758. * * * 

392 Moses Barnes, | b. Nov. 15, 1760. * * * 

393 Aaron Barnes, f b. Nov. 15,1760. * * * 

394 Mercy Barnes, b. July 27, 1763. 

395 Jemima Barnes, b. June 17, 1765. * * * 

396 Comfort Barnes, b. Oct. 18, 1767. 

154 (See Vol. 2.) SETH BARNES. He died in 1824, his 
wife Abigail died, Mar. 1826, is the meager information furnished 
us. Children: 

397 Hannah Barnes, bapt. Feb. 22, 1784 * * * 

398 Salle Barnes, bapt. Feb. 20, 1786. = 

399 Ethelinda Barnes, bapt Apr. 1789. 

400 Puah Barnes, bapt. June 24, 1792. 

401 Abigail Barnes, Dec. 1794. * * * 

402 Maria Barnes, bapt. Oct. 1796. ■*■ * 



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General Alfred C. Barnes 



OBITUARIES 

GENERAL ALFRED C. BARNES was born in 1842 in the 
city of Philadelphia, of Connecticut parentage on both sides, his pedi- 
gree dating way back to Colonial days. His father, Alfred S. Barnes, 
had already established the publishing firm of A. S. Barnes & 
Company in 18B8, in the city of Hartford. Believing that Phila- 
delphia would be the future publishing center, he moved thither, 
but soon abandoned it for New York where the firm has ever since 
carried on a successful business. 

Alfred C. was his eldest son, and his father's successor at the 
time of his death in 1888, as head of the firm. In 1890 the firm 
sold out its school book interests to the American Book Company. 
The subject of this sketch went with it and became Vice President 
of this great concern, which is probably the largest publishing 
house in the world. 

In 1891 he founded the Astor Place Bank and became its 
President. In 1900 he was elected Chairman of the Associated 
Bankers of New York City. He was also an active member of 
the New York Chamber of Commerce. 

He was appointed without solicitation a trustee of the 
Brooklyn Bridge during its period of construction, and afterwards 
received five consecutive appointments. Many of the well known 
features of the Bridge were of his devising, especially the station 
and plaza at the Brooklyn terminal. Unfortunately the plaza was 
afterwards defaced by the installation of tlie elevated roads, against 
his earnest protest. 

He was for manv vears a trustee of the Brooklvn Librarv, and 
served three terms as its President. When the Library was trans- 
ferred to the trustees of the Brooklyn Public Library, he became 
one of that board. 

He was the founder and first President of the Oxford Club in 
Brooklyn, and was President of the Aldine Club of New York at 
the time of his death. The Aldine was originally an association 
of publishers, but being consolidated with the Uptown Association, 
has now a very distinguished membership from the best classes of 
the commercial world in the vicinity of Fifth Avenue and 18th 
Street, where it is located. He was also a member of the Tuxedo 



28 Barnes Family Year Book 1910 

and Hamilton, and Cornell l^niversity Clubs, and of the most 
notable patriotic societies, including the Society of the Colonial 
Wars, Sons of the Revolution, Society of the War of 1812, and 
Pennsylvania Society. 

He succeeded his father as a trustee of Cornell University, 
where he founded Barnes Reference Library, and constructed and 
presented to the University a Geodetic Observatory in honor of 
the lamented E. A. Fuertes, Director of the College of Civil 
Engineering. He was also formerly a trustee of the Polytechnic 
Institute and of the Adelphi Academy in Brooklyn, and of the 
Brooklyn Hospital. 

His Military career began in 1801 when he accompanied the 
Seventli Regiment of tlie National Guard to the front. Only the 
Sixth Massachusetts preceded the Seventh Regiment, whicli was 
therefore the second military body to respond to the call of the 
President for troops to defend Washington. 

He was subsequently transferred to the Twenty-thinl Regiment 
upon its oi-ganization in 1862, and in that Regiment participated in 
the Gettysburg campaign in ISO.'! in response to an emergency 
summons. At the expiration of liis first term of service, he retired, 
and remained unattached until 1877, when he returned to the 
Twenty-third Regiment as its Major. In 1S8<) he was appointed 
upon Governor Cornell's staff, with tlie rank of Brigadier General 
and General Inspector of Rifle Practice, State of New York. In 
this capacity he directed all the educational processes in this im- 
portant department of the service, having charge of Creedmor and 
all the other ranges, and fixed the routine of duty to be observed 
by all of the troops. Upon his retirement at the conclusion of the 
Governor's term, he was elected Colonel of the Thirteenth Regi- 
ment, N. G. S. N. Y., and remained with that organization for two 
years, during which it enjoyed great prosperity. The Thirteenth 
was subsequently transferred into an artillary regiment, and it is 
now the largest National Guard organization in the United States. 
While holding this commission, General Barnes' rank as Brigadier 
General was renewed by brevet. 

After an interval of sixteen years, he was recalled to his old 
Regiment, the Twenty-third, as its Colonel, his rank of Brigadier 
being again renewed. His principal service of public interest 
during this last incumbency was the conduct of his Regiment to 



Obituaries 29 

suppress the Albany strike and incidental riots in 1902. As show- 
ing the facility with which a reliable National Guard Regiment can 
be convened for duty of this sort, it is interesting to record that the 
orders to proceed to Albany was received at eight o'clock in the 
evening, and at daylight the next morning the organization was at 
its post of duty in the threatened city. The authorities relied upon 
it principally to suppress disorder, which was successfully accom- 
plished in the short term of three days. 

General Barnes was a charter member of Lafayette Post, 
G. A. R., the most celebrated and influential organization of 
Veterans of the Civil War. On January 1st. 1902, he was elevated 
from the ranks and installed as Commander of the Post and the 
following year was re-elected for a second term, — two years being 
the consiitutional limit of office. Lafayette Post has over 500 
members and its roll includes such names as General Barlow, 
Butterfield, Collis, Clarkson, Dodge, Greeley, Miles, Pierson, 
Serrell, Webb and Viele, Admirals Meade and Barker, and men 
distinguished in civil life like Chauncey M. Depew, Richard Watson 
Gilder, Robert C. Ogden and Joseph J. Little. 

General Barnes was an extensive traveler, having visited 
Europe many times, and in 1892-3 made the tour of the World, 
visiting the Hawaiian Islands, Japan, China, India, etc. He had 
also been to Madeira, Algiers, the Nile, the Holy Land and Con- 
stantinople, as well as Cuba, Mexico, Alaska, and nearly every state 
of the Union. His house was filled with interesting curios from all 
parts of the world, personally gathered during his travels. 

General Barnes' private life was spent quietly in Brooklyn, 
where he resided at No. 114 Pieirepont Street, up to the time of his 
death in November 1904. His wife, Mrs. Josephine R. Barnes, 
died in 1899. Two children survived him, Harriet Josephine, wife 
of Truman H. Newberry of Detroit, who was Secretary of the Navy 
in President Roosevelt's cabinet, and a son, Alfred Victor Barnes. 
Another child, Mary Grace, died in 1873 

CHARLES MONTGOMERY BARNES died in Seattle, Wash., 
May 1907. He was second of eight children born to Rev. Romolus 
Barnes,(The Evangelist) and his wife Olivia (Denham),and a descend, 
ant of Thomas Barnes of Hartford in the seventh generation. He 
was born Sept. 18, 1833, graduated from Knox in 1856, studied 
Theology at Andover, Mass. and at Chicago. He married, Oct. 30, 



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1860, Ellen Moore of Windham, N. H. and upon the breaking out 
of the rebellion he entered the army as a Chaplain, from which he 
retired in poor health and a voice too weak to continue in his. pro- 
fession. He set up a book store in Chicago, where he built up an 
extensive trade. He leaves two sons and three daughters, two 
other sons having died young. 

LINUS BARNES passed away in 1 !J07, he was born Jan.9, 1826; 
the youngest of six children of Amos and Abigail (Sweetman) 
Barnes of Tolland, Mass. Grandson of Phineas and Mercy (Provin) 
Barnes of West Granville. Mass. Great grandson of Ebenezer 3rd, 
Maybee 2d, Thomas 1st of New Haven. Mr. Barnes was twice 
married and had eight children, several of whom live in Waterbury. 

REBECCA WEEKS (BARNES) OTIS passed away at Grand 
Junction, Mich, on Christmas day 1907, she was a daughter of Dr. 
Enos Barnes of Watkins,N.Y.,by his second wife and was born Mar. 
8, 1834. She married Rev. J. T. Otis, who survives, and lives with 
a son, Arthur at Grand Junction. Mrs. Otis traces to Thomas 
Barnes of New Haven; from Dr. Enos 6th, Enos 5th, Enos 4th, 
Thomas 3d, John 2d, Thomas. 

DR. LEWIS BARNES of Oxford died July 5, 1908 aged 83 
years, he was born June 2(5, 1825. He was a descendant of the Long 
Island Barnes ancestors through Julius 7th, Jonathan 6th, Jonathan 
5th, Stephen 4th. Stephen 3rd, AVilliam 2d, Charles. Dr. Barnes 
marrie.l June 6th, 1854, Caroline Saltonstall. They were pro- 
minent at the Barnes reunions many years ago. He was the son of 
Dr. Julius Steele Barnes of Southington and graduated from Yale 
in the class of '47. After leaving Yale he taught at Bristol, later 
studied medicine at the College of Physicians and Surgeons in 
New York m 1 848 and 1 849. He afterwards entered the oflfice of 
his uncle, Dr. Josiah Barnes, in Buffalo, N. Y., and graduated in 
1850 at the medical department of the University of Buffalo, under 
Drs. Flint and Hamilton. He began the practice of his profession 
in Meriden. In 1856 he removed to Oxford, where he had been m 
active practice until two years ago. He was judge of probate of 
Oxford for twenty-three years, also town clerk for thirty years and 
acting school visitor for forty years. He was at one time president 
of the New Haven County Medical society and also a state politican 



Obituaries 31 

of influence. He is survived by liis wife, Caroline Barnes, and 

three sons, Randolph Barnes, Henry S. Barnes and John Steele 

Barnes of Milwaukee, Wis., and also by a daughter, Mrs. Louis 
Church of Seymour. 

HALBERT W. HARRINGTON of Collinsville died Aug, 4, 
1908. He was the youngest of four sons of Elisha B. and Caroline 
(Barnes) Harrington, born June 27,1838, grandson of Isaac and Eliza- 
beth(Langdon) Barnes, of New Hartford, and great grandson of Israel^ 
No. 298 Year Book, No. 2, P. 13. He married, July 4, 1864, Ellen 
E. Clark who died leaving one son. He was a retired merchant. 



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MRS. ANNA (RICE) YASSAULT died at Grand Rapids, 
Mich., Mar. 25, 1908. She was a daughter of Anson B. and Hannah 
(Dayton) Rice, granddaughter of Reuben and Emily (Barnes) Rice. 
She married Edward Evans, then Mr. Yassault. She leaves a son and 
a daughter by her first husband. Emily Barnes,her grandmother, was 
the oldest child of Anson and Martha (Mills) Barnes and grand- 
daughter of Israel Barnes, No. 298, (P. 13, Y. B. No. 2.) 

MRS. MARY JANE (WELLER) SMITH, wife of Alexander 
Smith of Canastota, died Nov. 27, 1908. She left no children. She 
was of the sixth generation in line from Thomas Barnes of Hartford, 
being daughter of Winthrop and Leva Lavina(Barnes)Weller,grand- 
daughter of Loren Barnes, No. 322 (Leon) P. 9, Y. B. No. 2. 

CATHERINE L. (BIRDSEY) COE, widow of Russell Coe,died 
in Meriden, Dec. 26, 1908. She was widely known for her liberal 
charities. Thomas Barnes of New Haven was her ancestor. She 
was a daughter of Seth and Ruth (Ward) Birdsey of Meriden, 
granddaughter of William Ward 5th, William Ward 4th, William 
Ward and Mary Harris 3d, Daniel Harris and Abigail Barnes 2d, 
Thomas Barnes 1st. 

HENRY TRUMBLTLL BRONSON, died at his home in Rye, 
N.Y., Sept. 1, 1908. He was a son of Oliver Hart and Emily(Munson) 
Bronson, born Sept. 18, 1842 in Waterbury. His ancestors trace 
back to both Thomas Barnes of New Haven and to Charles Barnes 
of Long Island. He married, on the 10th of June 1869, Ellen 
Amelia Philips of an old New York family, four children blessed 
the union, two sons and two daughters. His family with the ex- 



32 Barnes Family Year Book 1910 

ception of one son survive him. He enlisted in August, 1862 in 
the 23d Regiment, Conn. Volunteers, serving as 1st Sargeant of 
Company A. He began his active business life in New York in 
1865 with the Second National Bank. He was interested in Real 
Estate and Banking, being director in the American Savings Bank, 
The VanNorden Trust Co.. The Twelfth Ward Bank, The 
Nineteenth AVard Bank and The Bankers' Investing Company. He 
was a member of the Sons of the American Revolution, the Grand 
Army of the Republic, in which he was very prominent, the Pres- 
byterian Union, of wliich he had been President, the Congrega- 
tional, the Patria, Quill. Army and Navy, and American Yacht 
Clubs. He served many years as Ruling Elder in the Madison 
Avenue Presbyterian Church. A friend said of him at a meeting 
in October, "I never knew one who everywhere and always seemed 
so instinctively to find where a little sunshine was needed, and to do 
just the right thing. — I doubt if in many years he had done any- 
thing to add to anyone's burden, but I know he had done much to 
lighten burdens and Ijrighten lives." 

FRANK CARLTON BARNES dropped dead in the church 
parlors in Plainvi]le,Conn..on the evening of Dec. 8, 1908, as he rose to 
take part in an entertainment debate. He was the oldest of five child- 
ren born to the late Romolus A. and Elvira(Payne)Barnes,born Sept. 
27, 1855. He leaves a widow, but no children, an only son having 
died young. His grandfather, Oliver Ellsworth Barnes of Plain- 
ville was son of Capt. Daniel Barnes of Bristol. See No. 254 Page. 
6, Y. B. No. 2. 

REV. GEORGE BYINGTON BARNES, D. D. died in Minnea- 
polias, Minn., May 4,1909. Dr. Barnes was a well known clergyman 
in the North West and was held in the highest esteem, especially 
through Minnesota and the Dakotas', where he had labored for 
many years. He was a son of Rev. Harvey H. and Betsey Hannah 
^Hubbard) Barnes, born in Turin, New York, Sept. 19, 1837; 
grandson of Loren, great grandson of Josiah Barnes (See No. 114, 
Year Book No. 2 Page 9,) a descendant of Thomas Barnes of 
Hartford. He received his education at Pottsdam Academy and at 




Rev, G. B. Barnes, Wahpeton. North Dakota. 



Obituaries 33 

Oberlin; taught school until the breaking out of the rebellion when 
he enlisted, ill health caused him to become discharged, but he re- 
enlisted in Company F. 186th New York Infantry and served until 
the close of the war. He married near Copenhagen, N. Y., 
Henrietta Amelia Rich who with three sons survive him, one 
daughter died youug. In 1867 he became principal of the high 
school of Windsor, A't. He later went to Michigan and engaged 
in supplying churches and conducting revival meetings, he was or" 
dained and preached in Michigan and Illinois until 1 883 when he 
commenced his labors in Wahpeton, North Dakota, where his first 
pastorate comprised years in whieh the town contained a saloon to 
each sixty of its inhabtants; a condition which he combated with 
such vigor that his life was repeatedly threatened, yet his church 
became prosperous and influential. He I'esigned the Wahpeton 
field to take the first presidency of Fargo College, to which posi- 
tion he gave four years of arduous labor carrying the institution 
through its most trying ordeal for existence. He visited New 
England and gave lectures of such eloquence that he obtained 
generous contributions to place the College on an enduring basis. 
After which at the urgent request of the church at Wahpeton, he 
gave up a retired life he had chosen and took up a second pastorate 
with them, during which subscriptions to build free of debt a new 
chui'ch were obtained. When he again made an attempt to retire 
and devote himself to his increasing private business cares. But it 
was not to be, he was called to Campbell, Minn., to Valley City, to 
Fargo and to Minneapolis, where after two and a half years he was 
overtaken by his last sickness. His life had been a worthy example 
for others to imitate in continuing the good works which could be 
no longer carried on by our departed friend. 

BLAKESLEE BAR>TES. a real estate dealer, living at 355 
West End Ave. New York, died Jan, 2, 1909 in his fifty third year, 
leaving a widow, one son and one daughter. He was the oldest of 
three sons of Blakeslee and Margaret (Peck) Barnes formerly of 
Berlin, Conn. He was born June 9, 1856, married in 1882 Aida 
Cornwall. His grandfather, Samuel Blakeslee Barnes, was a wide 
awake tinner and business man in New Britain when that place was 
only a small hamlet in the corner of Berlin; he having come from 
Wallingford for a wife, he was the son of Moses Barnes, No. 91, 
page 20, year book, Vol. 1. 



34 Barnes Family Year Book 1910 

ELMORE ALPHONZO BARNES, of the firm of Barnes 
Brothers, Laundrymen of Pittsburg, Penn., died in January 1909. 
He was a successful man, a member of the Barnes Family Associa- 
tion and took an interest in its work. He was born Dec. 8, 1845, 
he married at Beaver Falls, Penn., July 20, 1869, Abby Luella 
Fisher who with four of their six childeren survive him. He was 
son of William and Phebe (Bouton) Barnes, grandson of Robert 
and Agnes (Graham) Barnes of West Bridgwater, Perm., great 
grandson of Peter and Sophia (Inman) Barnes who were early 
settlers in Maryland (perhaps from Massacliusetts.) 

LEON M. BARNES, a native of Woodbury, died in Seattle, 
Wash., Feb. 27, 1909, having survived his young wife but little 
more than a year, her death liaving been noted on page 34, 
year book No. 2. Mr. Barnes was an exceedingly bright and active 
young man. and his untimely death is lamented by a wide circle of 
friends. He was a printer and had compiled directories of his 
native town as well as some adjoining, he also compiled a mortality 
record of Woodbury from its settlement down to 189S, was editor 
of the AVoodbury Reporter before he moved to Seattle. He was an 
active temperance advocate and was nominated for Secretary of 
State by the Prohibitionists in 1904. His parents are living, also 
two brothers. His body was brought east and buried beside his 
wife in AVaterbury. 

ISAAC BARNES of Burlington (see Page 37, year book Xo. 
2) died at his home surrounded by his family Mar. 28, 1909 in the 
seventy ninth year of his age. Mr. Barnes was born and brought 
up on a farm and that farm has always been his Jiome. The glitter- 
ing accounts from the gold fields of California in forty nine lured 
him to that eldorado of wealth. He took passage on a vessel over- 
loaded with gold seekers but with provisions for a few^ days only 
and which became exhausted upon the high sea. With starvation 
almost certain if the voyage was continued, the master was placed 
in chains, the mate in command and a race made for land, havins: 
reached the coast of Mexico and finding no food available most of 




Isaac Barnes 



Obituaries 35 

the party struck out for California and crossed the Continent on 
foot, a journey the hardships of which can only be realized by those 
who have taken it without preparation for making the attempt, soon 
becoming bare-footed and stamping foot prints of blood along the 
rocky paths over which they were lead by treacherous guides, or 
carried if to sick to stand; no halting on the way; the dano-ers 
surrounding them put them on a race for life. Mr. Barnes reached 
the gold fields at last, but in no condition for labor, and witli a 
longing to reach the old farm alive uppermost in his mind; he 
reached it in time, ■ wiser if not richer. He recovered from the 
physical wreck he appeared and regained a robust constitution. 
From that time on he sought riches by hard labor and a close 
attention to his business interests. Besides carrying on his ex- 
tensive farming interests he has engaged in lumbering, butchering 
and numerous other business projects. He has at all times stood 
ready to council and assist in every public enterprise and has been 
closely identified with everything of this nature throughout his 
immediate locality. He was a director and a leading factor in the 
Farmington Valley Agricultural Society from its start until his 
death, a quarter of a century. He helped to establish and became 
a director of the Canton Trust Company, and a trustee in the 
Collinsville Savings Society. He has been a Representative in the 
Legislature and honored in his town. He has left a good life 
record, has been a true and faithful citizen, and he will l;ie missed 
and not forgotten while any who have known him are left to honor 
his memory. 

MRS. EMMA E. (WHITMORE) BARNES. Widow of Wood- 
rafl" Lyttleton Barnes, died in Brooklyn, N. Y., June 10. 1909. 
She was born May 30, 1829 and had just passed her eightieth year, 
she was married to Mr. Barnes in Middle Haddam, Conn, in the 
year of 1850 and became the mother of one son and four daughters, 
all born in Middle Haddam, her son was drowned when fourteen 
years old; her daughters all survive, they are Emma, Mrs. William 
A. Curtiss of Norwalk; Eliza W., Mrs. James Bates of Brooklyn, 



36 Barnes Family Year Book 1910 

N. v.. Mary, Mrs. Edward J. Ovington of Cliicago, 111, and Miss 
Jessie Lyttletou of Brooklyn. Her husband was born in Litchfield 
Conn., Oct. 17. 1816 and first married Jeannette Walker, who left 
one daughter. He was the second son of Enos and Lucy (Woodruff) 
Barnes, Enos served six years in the Revolution from Litchfield, 
see No. 339, page 15, Year Book No. 2. 

HENRY EYELIN HARRINGTON, the last surviving of the 
family of Elisha B. and Caroline (Barnes) Harrington died at his 
home in Hartford. Ct,. Aug. 24. 1909. He was born May 27, 1833, 
married, Sept. 20, 1859, Lucelia Hough of Collinsville, who with 
one son survive him. Mr. Harrington was a man of rare ability 
and pleasing manners, strictly temperate, just and honorable. For 
many years he was engaged in the mercantile business in Collins- 
ville which he left to engage in the real estate business in Hartford 
at which he met witli much success at first: but finally during a 
panic he became involved and sacrificed his all to meet liis obliga- 
tions by assignment, receiving a discharge he went into the in- 
surance business and used his first earnings to repay his old 
creditors to the last penny after whicli he laid aside for himself and 
wife in their declining years. He had retired from business, made 
a tour of Europe and settled down to enjoy the comforts of a 
pleasant home. 

DEACON AVILLIS EDWIN RUSSELL, one of Suffields most 
respected citizens died Oct. 22. 1909. He was a son of Almon C. 
ard Ann Eliza (Sperry) Russell of Blandford. Mass. He was born 
at that place July 6. 1S55. married there June 22, 1881, Emma 
Eugenia Culver, who with a son and daughter survive. They 
settled on a farm in Suftield where he engaged largely in growing 
tobacco. He was a member of SufSeld Grange. His ancestrial 
line leads back to Thomas Barnes through his mother who was a 
daughter of David G. Sperry. sou of Caleb, who was son of Elihu 
and Abigail (Barnes) Sperry: Abrigail Barnes, No. 368 Year Book, 
No. 2, page 6. 



Obituaries 37 

SETH BARXES, Bristol. He was born March IM, 1846 
in Xorfolk, the youno;est of five children of Edward and Rebecca 
(Bonney Barnes. He married Nov. 13, 1867, Maggie Phetsing, 
who died June 27, 1890. He married again in New Britain Apr. 
6, 1892, Mrs. Minnie Finkle of Thomaston. His father was the 
second of five children of Timothy and Sarah (Roland) Barnes, 
born May 16, 1804, died in 1853. Timothy No. 3.51, page 10, 
Year Book No. 2. Seth Barnes died in Bristol, Oct. 22, 1909 
leaving two sons, Arthur of the Bristol Press and Frederick of 
Danbury. He had been employed in the clock shops most of his 
life, was many years trial Justice, in 1902 he left the shop and has 
been in the real estate business, was twice treasurer of the Barnes 
Association, and held a prominent position in the Masonic fraternity, 
many years trustee of the Savings Bank, and held numerous other 
official positions. AVe quote from the press. '-Those who knew Mr. 
Barnes intimately loved him much. They thoroughly understood 
and appreciated the earnestness of his character, his ideals, great 
kindness and human sympathy, his tenderness toward the weak and 
suffering, his unflinching honesty, square dealing, uprightness and 
intergrity. They will miss him much, mourn for him sincerely, 
and cherish his memory as long as they live. 

Other Deaths Reported Were : 

ANSON BARNES RICE in Kansas City, Mo. 

MRS. LUCIA (BARNES) VAN ALLEN. 

MRS. L. BARNES of Ware, Mass. 

WILLIAM H. BARNES of New York. 

CHESTER E. BARNES of St. Elmo, N. Y., Feb. 12, 1908. 

MRS. MARY S. SIMMONS of Rock Stream, N. Y., Aug. 12, 

1908. 

WILLIAM HENRY CHAPMAN in Colebrook, Sept. 25, 1908. 

ALGIE BARNES in Olga, Florida only son of Loren W. 

formerly of Hartford. 



38 Barnes Family Year Book 1910 

HIRAM S. BARNES, Marceliu, Mo.. Jan. 22, 1908. 

MRS. LAURA J. (LOOMIS), wife of Henry Barnes, Canaan, 
Feb. 8, 1909, aged 70. 

CHARLES BELL, Meriden, Feb. 13, 1909. 

DANIEL D. BARNES, Slielburn Falls, Mass, Feb. 18, 1909, 
ao-ed 79. 



"o^ 



NORMAN BARNES, AVatertown, Mar. 17, 1909. 

CLIFF D. BUTLER, Lewiston, 111., Mar. 14, 1909, born Sept, 
1898. 

MRS. ANNA (LAWTON) BARNES, Winsted. April 19, 
1909, aged SO. 

WARREN VAN ALLEN, March 1909. 

JAMES COE, Davenport, N. Y. 

MRS. JAMES COE, Davenport, N. Y. 

MRS. SARAH (BARNES) CAREY, Galesburg, 111., June 29. 
1909. 

JAMES BARNES, Hartford, July 6, 1909. 

MRS. MARY ANN (SPEAR) BARNES, Lockport, N. Y., 
July 15, 1909. 

FRANCIS J. RAYMOND, Forest Port, July 30, 1909. 

JOHN S. BARNES, Hartford, Aug. 25, 1909. 

JOHN C. BARNES, Middletown, Aug. 26, 1909. 

ANDREW BARNES, Southington. 



ANCESTRIAL RECORDS OF MEMBERS OF THE 
BARNES FAMILY ASSOCIATION 

55 MRS. IDA (RICE) WIRSHING, Naugatuck. Sister of 
Mary A. 28, and of Hattie 52, see line given. She is a life member 
and a Vice President of tlie Association. She was born Oct. 
8, 1861. 

56 CHARLES WIRSHING, Naugatuck, husband of 55 
married Jan. 11, 1892. 

57 ANNA (UPSON) BARNES, Burlington, wife of Adna 
N. Barnes 32. She was born in Burlington Jan. 27, 1857, oldest 
of two daughters of Washington and Sarah (Foote) Upson, her 
father died when she was quite young, he was son of Charles and 
Amanda (Humphrey) Upson, born June 10, 1S.S3, the oldest of a 
family of eleven, his grandparents were Washington and Rhoda 
(Carter) Upson. Rhoda Carter was daughter of Jacob and Mary 
(Hitchcock) Cartel', b. Nov. 6, 1775, and granddaughter of 
Jacob Sr. and Mary (Barnes) Carter, descendants from the Long 
Island and Barnes family, see No. 98, page 30, Year Book No. 2. 

58 BESSIE S. BARNES, Collinsville, youngest child of 
Weston and Charlotte (Marquis) Barnes, born Aug. 18, 1883, see 
40 and 41. 

59 ALBERT J. BARNES, Troy, N. Y., born March 1, 1842, 
married Hannah Clarissa Bigelow, they have six children. He is 
the oldest child of John and Diana (Robinson) Barnes who were 
both born in Thompson, Conn., and grandson of John Barnes, who 
was born in Pomphret, Oct. 29, 1787 and married in 1811, Almina 
Robbins. Mr. Barnes is not able to trace farther back, if any have 
done so he would be [ileased to share with them the knowledge. 

60 BENJAMIN H. BARNES, West Haven, born Oct. 30, 
1877, son of Andrew J. and Olive D. (Maddox) Barnes of West 
Haven, grandson of Hubbard and Naomi (Spring) Barnes of North 
Haven, same ancestors as 53. 



40 Record of Ancestry 

61 EDWIN W. BARNES, Middle Hope, N. Y., a son of 
"William D. Barnes, page 50, Year Book No. 1, a fruit grower, 
grandson of Nathaniel and Effie (Dusenberre) Barnes, and great 
grandson of Isaac and Mary (Hunting) Barnes of Southampton, 
Long Island. Isaac was born Dec. IS, 1757, he moved to Litch- 
field, Conn, in 1780, later to York State. His father, Matthew was 
a farmer near Amagansett, L. I., he died coming in from his hay- 
field of heart failure about 1763, when of middle age. He is said 
to have been a descendant of Charles, the school master, but tJiere 
seems to be uncertainty as to his father's name. 

G2 N ATH ANIAL A7. BARNES, Newburg, N. Y., son of James 
W. and Sarah F. (Owens) Barnes of Newburg is an instructor; 
made Vice President of the Barnes Association. His father was 
son of Nathaniel Barnes Jr., a brother of William D.. see 01 for 
line. 

03 EVERETT P. BARNES, Preston, son of Chester M. and 
Lucretia L. (Palmer) Barnes, born Mar. 2, 1857, married 1st Mary 
Barns Zabnskie wlio died Nov. 18, 1887. He married Anu'. 2 
1892, Susie Bell Hyde, he is a farmer and teacher, President of the 
Barnes Association two years, has two children, son and daughter. 
His father born June G, 1826 was the sixtli of eleven children born to 
Avery W. and Abigail (Cook) Barnes and grandson of Ezra and 
Eunice (Morgan) Barnes, all of eastern Connecticut. Ezra being 
born in 1730, died in 1805. 

tU REV. GEORGE N. BARNES, Conneaut, Ohio, born 
Nov. 17, 1843, enlisted in the 137th Penn. Infantry and served 
during the civil war. He married, Nov. 21, 1865, Lucy A. Kidder? 
they have one daughter. He has compiled and published a volumn 
of Barnes Genealogies. His father, John L. Barnes was born Feb. 
25, 1815, married Jan. 21, 1838, Julia Ann Goodenow and settled 
in Bussewago, Penn. and died Apr. 15, 1863, they had five children 
He was one of seven children of Jotham J. and Lavina (Bradley) 
Barnes formerly of West Stockbridge, Mass., but later in life lived 
in Girard, Penn., where he died Sept. 13, 1863. Jotham J. was son 
of Silas and Ann (Judd) Barnes, see No. 288, page 12. 

65 MERRICK M. BARNES, 600 West 146 St., New York, 
born in Southampton, Mass., Mar. 10, 1841, married May 31. 1865 



Barnes Family Year Book 41 

Sarah Flint, who died Mar. G, 1867, married second May 24, 1879, 
Mary Lincoln Bowman, they have one daughter. He is brother to 
Edward F. 4. 

66 ERXEST J. BARNES, Rummersfield, Penn., born Mar. 
4, 1867, married Mar. 27, 1867, Mert Robinson they have five 
children. He was the youngest of five children of Jesae and 
Clarissa (Lloyd) Barnes and grandson of Jesse and Roxanna 
(Warfield) Barnes, Jesse No. 741, page 21. 

67 MRS. MARY B. (LEE) CROWELL, New Britain, born 
Dec. 28, 1846. married Nov. 22, 1866, Henry B. Crowell, three 
children. She was a daughter of Roswell and Sarah (Bidsey) Lee of 
Middlefield, her father was son of Lathrope and Abigail (Barnes) 
Lee, born Jan. 4, 1807, died Jan. 30, 1873 the sixth of eleven 
children of Abigail Barnes see No. 722, page 20. 

68 MRS. JULIA (BARNES) ANDREAVS, New Britain. A 
life member of the Barnes Association, she was born Dec. 2, 1821, 
married May 7, 1843, John Henry Andrews of New Britain, who 
died Jan. 30, 1899, seven children were born to them- Her mother 
Huldah Barnes No. 495, page 22. Year Book No. 2, was born June 
9, 1788, married in 1810 James Church of Haddam who died about 
1840 leaving nine children, Julia being the fifth. 

69 ALFRED C. BARNES, New York, see page 27. 

70 ANDREW FAYETTE BARNES, Marion, born Aug. 6, 
1826, married Ida A. Stephens, farmer and lumberman, a son and 
daughter. His father Philo Barnes, No. 292, Page 32, Year Book 
No. 2,.was twice married and the father of sixteen children, all of 
whom became prominent and respected citizens. 

71 CHESTER M. BARNES, Preston, father of 63. 

72 GEORGE A. BARNES, Slierman, born March 4, 1841, 
married Dec. 15, 1871, Emma C. Haviland, settled on the old 
Barnes homestead, has one daughter^ he has been first Selectman 
man}^ years, also Representative and State Senator. His father, 
Albert Barnes was son of Andrew and Polly (Giddings) Barnes, b. 
Aug. 6, 1805, died Jan. 22, 1882, married Catherine Gaylord, they 



42 Record of Ancestry 

had three sons. Andrew was the third of nine children born to 
Stephen and Nannie (Finney) Barnes who settled in Sherman be- 
fore the Revolution and was a Commissary daring that war. He 
was son of William and Mary (Cone) Barnes of East Haddatn, grand- 
son of William and Mary (Smith) Barnes and great grandson of 
Thomas of Marlboro, Mass. 

73 HENRY L. BARNES, Shelton, born May 19, 1834. 
married March 11, 1857, Hester C. Pike, had four daughters, three 
of which are living. He is of the Long Island family, brother of 
George B. Barnes 19. 

74 HENRY D. BARNES, East Haven, record not obtained, 
son of Asa and Maria (Strickland) Barnes of Warren, Mass. 

75 SHBRIDEN W. BARNES, Canaan, born Apr. 22, 1838. 
married Dec. 17, 18<)6, Libbie A. Gardiner, a descendant of the 
Barnes family early in Sharon. They were parents of six children 
two sons only now living. He was son of Charles R. and Hannah 
M. (Dibble) Barnes, the fifth of a family of ten. Charles R. born 
May 16, 180G, died Apr. 29, 1876, was the pioneer in the lime 
business in Canaan. He was son of Job and Diatlama (Root) 
Barnes, grandson of Job Sr. and Esther (Horsford) Barnes. Job 
Sr., No. 352, page 10. Year Book No. 1. 

76 MRS. CORNELIA M. (BARNES) RALPH, Utica, N. Y" 
A life member of the Barnes Association, married George Frederick 
Ralph, they have two sons and a daughter. Her father, Sylvester 
W. Barnes born in 1825 was a son of Abraham A. and Lucina 
(Topping) Barnes, he married Cornelia A. Cheralier. Abraham A. 
was son of Abraham No. 486, Year Book No. 2, page 21. 

77 VINCENT EMERY BARNES, AA^estfield, Mass., the 
youngest of three sons of William and Sarah A. (Richards) Barnes 
of West Granville, Mass., he married Ellen Phelon, he is an extensive 
lumberman, they have one daughter. His grandfather was William 
Barnes, No. 729, page 21, who was born about 1776 and married 
Rachel Porter, and was a life long resident of West Granville 
where he died Apr. 18, 1841 leaving eight children. 

78 WILLIAM ExMERSON BARNES, Mundale, Mass. 
Brother of Vincent E. 77, married Celia A Phelon, farmer and Post 
Master at Mundale, two daughters. 



Barnes Family Year Book 43 

79 ADRIAN MOSES, Unionville. A well known and 
respected farmer and business man living in the corner of the town 
of Burlington, He was born March 31, 1838, married May 1863, 
Clarinda V. Beckwith of New Hartford, see 80. They have a son 
and daughter. 

80 CLARIXDA VIOLA (BECKWITH) MOSES, Union, 
ville. She was the oldest of three children of Isaac and Laura C. 
(Shepard) Beckwith, born July 2, 1841, granddaughter of Benjamin 
and Betsey (Barnes) Beckwith of South East New Hartford, who 
had nine children, great granddaughter of Israel Barnes, No. 298, 
page 13, Year Book No. 2. A soldier in the Revolution, see 12. 

81 MRS. GRACE M. (BARNES) SHOOK, Collinsville. The 
oldest of seven children of T. C. and Frances Barnes, born in New 
Hartford, Oct. 12, 1871, married Jan. 5, 1893. William J. Shook 
a mechanic, one son, see 12 and 13 for ancestorys. 

82 ERNEST EDMUND BARNES, Barkhamstead. The 
second child of T. C. 12, born July 21, 1873. married, in New 
Britain, May 16, 1900, Eva M. Mc Williams, they have two sons and a 
daughter living, they have lost a girl. 

83 MRS. LUCY E. (BARNES) TODD, Branford, sister of 
Benjamin H., No. 60. She was born Oct. 24, 1867, m. Charles S. 
Todd, they have one daugh ter. 

84 VERNETT E. CLEVELAND, Worcester, Mass. A 
descendant of Thomas Barnes of Marlboro, Mass., line not 
obtained. 

85 FREDERICK H. HITCHCOCK, New York, born July 9, 
1867, married, June 9, 1896 in Chicago, 111., Ethel Olive Hunter 
he is a publisher of geneological books in company with his 
brother, known as the Grafton Press Co. He was son of Thomas 
Barnes Hitchcock of Boston, Mass., whose wife was Sarah S- 
daughter of Joel Hills and grandson of Dr. David and Abbie 
(Barnes) Hitchcock, great grandson of Dr. Thomas Barnes of 
Boston, who was a descendant of Thomas Barnes of Hingham, 1637 

86 THOMAS BARNES HITCHCOCK, New York, brother 
of Frederick H., associated with him in business. 



NOTICE 

Make Corrections As Follows. 

Page 14. 339c Read Asa Barnes, b. April 16, 1762. 

14. 339d Read Orange Barnes, b. Mar. 25, 1768. 

17. Line 25 Read census. 

18. Line 9 Read Linus Robinson. 

19. Line 33 Read Sabra Redfield. 
23. Line 3 Read Zeruiah Van Scoyeck. 
38. Last Line Read Andrew F. Barnes. 
41. Line 15 Read Julia B. (Church) Andrews. 



INDEX 



Adams, Hiram, 11 

Johu, 10 
Adkins. Sybil, 21 
Ailing-, 25, 25 
Anisdeu, Anna, 6 
Andrews, Benjamin, 6 
Bennett J, 7 
Eeriah. 5 
Betsey. 7 
Chauncey, *5 
Emma, 7 
Emma J. 7, 
Gad. 7 

Hannah E., 7 
Henry, 7 
Iram, 7 
Joel, 5 
John H.,41 
Julia, 5 
Lambert R., 7 
Laura, 5 
Leman. 6 
Patience, 5 
Philema, 5 
Polly J., 7^ 
Roxanna, 7 

Sophia, 7 
Sylvia, 7 
Temperance, 7 
Warren, 7 

William, 5 
Atkins, Benjamin, 19, 19 

Jiannah, 1<J 
Hezelviah. 19 
Jemima, 20 

Lucy. 19 

Rachel. 19 

Thomas, 20 
Atwaier, Maria. 6 
Angur Daniel P., 26 

Eunice A . 26 

Joel. 26 

John. 25 

Keiurah. 25 

Phebe. 26 

Rachel. 25 

Reuben, 26 

Rhoda, 26 

Kobert. 26 

Tryphena. 36 

Wealtha, 26 
Avery, Candace. 12 

Cyrus, 12 

E. Ponderson. 11 

Hannah. 11 

Lucretia. 12 

Lucy, 11 

Xancv, 11 

Perlena, 12 

Perlina. 12 

Phebe, 12 

Sally P. 11 

Samuel. 12 

William, H 

Bacon, Hannah, 14 

Jeremiah. 14 
Baldwin. Dinah, 2= 
Barker, Mehitable, 12 
Barnes, Aaron, 26 
Abbie, 43 



Barnes, Abel, 4, 4, 14 
Abiah, 18 
Abig-ail. 4, 7. 17, 20, 23, 23, 26 

31. 3o. 41 
Mrs. Abigail, 17, 26 
Abijah. 27 
Abner 22, 22 
Abraham. 13,42 
Abraham A.. 42 
Adeline, 11 
Adna N., 32 
Asustus B. 13 
Albert 41 
Albert J.. 39 
Alfred C. 27. 41 
Alfred S.. 27 
Alffie, 37 
Allen. 9. 20 
Alonson, 10 
Alva, 13 
Amanda, 8 
Ambrose, 14, 18 
Amos 4. 4. 20, 21, 30 
Amy, 10. 
Aiah, 20 
Andrew. 3«, 41 
Andrew F., 41 
Ann, 11. 12 
Anna. 10 
Anne. 24 

Ansel, 11 

Anson, 9. 21. 31 

Anthony. 9 

APpleton. 11, ll 

^sa. 4, 11. 11. 14. 14, 22, 22. 4 

Asahel, 8, 8, 13 

Atheneth, 17 

Avery W., 40 

Bedei 3 

Beebe. 13 

Benjamin. 20, 20 

Benjamin H-, 39,43 

Benoni. 3 

Bessie 3., 39 

Betsey, 10, 11. 13. 21, 23, 43 

B lakes lee. 33, 33 

Calista. 11 

Caroline. 31, 36 

Casgiah,23 

Cate. 20 

Charles. 10, 11, 31.40 

Charles, M. 13, 29 

Charles R. 42 

Charlotte, 13 

Chesier E-. 37 

Chester M.. 40,41 

Chloe. 11. 20 

Comfort. 26 

Cornelia M , 42 

Cyrus. 13 

Dagsrett. 13 

Daniel, 5. 8. 8, 16, 17 

Daniel D.. 38 

Darius T. C, 8 

David. 26 

Delilah. 10 

Diodama. 10, 11 

Dorcas. 8 

Dota. 11 

Ebenezer. 20, 30 

Edward. 37 

Edward F. 41 

Edward ^i-' 13 



Barnes, Edwin W., 40 
Eli, 17. 26 
Eli*s. 11 
Elias J.. 3 
Elihu. 21,21 
Elijah, 9, 10, 20. 22 
Eliphalet, 8 
Elisha, 13,13 
Elisha M., 13 
Eliza W..35 
Elizabeth, 18 
Elizur, 25 
Elmore A. 34 
Elnathao, 12 
Emeliiie. 11 
Emily, 31 
Emma. 35 

Eiios, 14. 30. 30, 30, 36 
Erasius. 13. 22 
Ernest E. 43 
Ernest J. 41 
Esther. 17, 20, 22, 22, 24 
Ethelinda. 26 
Eunice. 8. 17, 21. 23, 23 
Everett P-. 40 
Ezekiel. 20 

Ezra, 40 

Mrs. Frances. 43 

Frank C . 32 

Frederick. 37 

George A. 41 

George B., 32, 42 

George N., 40 

Gershorti. 22 
2 Gideon. 21 

Giles. 8. 20. 20 

GraceM ., 43 

Guy. 10 

Hannah. 11. 20. 26. 26 

H.irvey H.. 32 

Heartwell. 3 

Henry. 25. 38 

Henry D.. 42 

Henry L-. 42 

Henry M.. 8 

Henry S-. 31 

Hezekiah. 22 

Hiram S., 38 

Hophvi. 21 

Horace. 4. S 

Hubbard. 39 

Hulriah.8. 31.41 

Ira. 10 

Irene, 12 

Isaac. 13.21.31.34,40 

Isaac M . 13. 23 

Isabella. II 

Israel. 31. 31. 43 

James. 4. 18. 38 

James W.. 40 

Jemina. 17. 26. 26 

Jeremiah. 3. 21. 21. 26 

Jesse. 18.18.21,41,41 

Jessie L.. 36 

Job. 42. 42 

Joel. 21 

Joho.lO, 14, 21,30, 39, 39 

Johu B..8 
John C..38 
John L.. 40 
John S.31, 38 
Jonathan. 4 
JouathaTi S. 22 



Index 



Barnes Joseph, 9, 22, 22, 26, 
26. 20 
Josepn N. 22 
Josiali, 22, 30, 32 
Jotham J.. 12. 40 
Juliaana, 11 
Julius. 25 
Julias S., 30 
Laura, 4 
Lemaii, 9, 13 
Lemuel. 10, 17, 18 
Leoa. M. 34 
Leve L.. 31 
Leverett. 10, 17 
Levi, 9 
Leviua. 9. 11 
Lewis. 30 
Linus, 30 

Lois, 9. 20, 20, 22. 22, 22 
Loren. 8. 31. 32 
Loren W, 37 
Louisa. 13 
Lowly, 17 
Lucia. 37 
Mrs. L..37 
Lucinda, 10, 17 
Lucy, 4, 7. 11, 12. 13. 20. 20. 20 
Lucy C 43 
Lnc5- M.. 13 
Lnnian. 4 
Lvdia. 4. 9. 9, 17 
LydiaC, 3 
Marcus. 8 
Maria. 26 
Martha, 26 
Martin. S 
Mary. 9, 9. 9. 10. 10. lO, 22, 26, 

30,39 
Mary E., 13 
Matilda, 24 
Matthew. 23,24. 40 
Maybee. 30 
Mehitable. 22 
Mrs. Mehitable. 22 
Mercy 21. 26 
Mrs. Mercy 8 
Merrick. M.. 40 
Milan D.. 17 
Millicent. 17 
Miriam. 13 
Mrs. Molly. 8 
Moses. 3. 2o. 33 
Muosou. 23 
Myra. 12 
Nancy A.. 23. 24 
Nancy V . 13 
Nathan, 9 

Nathaniel. 21. 23. 23. 40. 40 
Nathaniel W.. 40 
Neh.-niiah 22. 22 
Noah, 20 
Norman. 38 
Oliver E .8. 32 
Orlean. 11 
Orpha. 11 
Orria.9 
Orris. 11 
Orson. 11. 12 
Orville. 8 
Parmelee, 25 
Patieiice.5, 23 
Peter. 34 

Phebe. 5. 12, "2.18, 23 
Philo, 41 

Phineas, 10. 10. 21. 21. 30 
Plinny. 11 
Polly" 4, 8. 8. 11 
Prudence, 9 
Puah, 26 
Randolpli. 31 



Barnes. Rebecca, 10 
Rebeccj'. W., 30 
Reuben. 13 
Rhoda, 20, 20, 21. 21 
Robert. 34 
Romolus. 6. 25 
Roiuolns A., 32 
Rosanna. 13. 13 
RoswoU, 10. 10 
Poxanua. 11 
Russell. 10 
Ruth. 10 
Mrs. Ruth. 9 
Salle, 2o 
Sally, 23. 23 • 
Saloma. 11 

Samuel. 4. 4. 10. 17. 20, 25, 
Samuel B, 33 
Samuel M , 17 
Sarah, S, 17. 20, 21. 24.38 
Sarah. E.. 13 
Se'h. 8, 13. 17, 17. 26.37 
Seth A.. 13 
ShL-ridan W., 42 
Silas, 12. 12. 13. 40 
Simeon, 21 
Simeon H., 21 
Solomon. 17. 21 
Solomon E.. 21 
Sophia. 4 
Soplironia 4 
Stephen. 8. 10. 10. 20,42 
sybil. 22 
SyKester W.. 41 
Syl' ia. 5 
T. C. 43.43 
Thankfull. 22 
Theodocia. 10 
Thomas, 4, 4. 5. 11, 21, 22, 

30, 30, 31. 31. 32. 36. 43. 43 
Thomas W.. 13 
Timothy. 8. 8. 13,13,23.23 
Titus. 17, 19 
Trtielove. 12 
Truman. 9 
Vespatian. 10 
Vincent E.. 42 
Weston, 39 
William. 10. 11, 12, 13, 21, 

26, 2o. 34. 42. 42. 42. 42 
William D.. 40. 40 
William E.. 42 
William H.,37 
Wise. 14 
Woodruff L.. 35 
Yale. 22 
Znba. 3 
Zetto. 11 

Bartholmew. Hannah, 14 
Bassett. Mary, 14 
Bates, James. 35 
Beckley, Eunice. 10 
Beckwith. Benjamin. 43 

Clarlnda E.. 43. 43 

Isaac. 43 

Beebe. Ajnstus. 3 
Alice, 3 
Arab, 3 
Chester. 3 
David. 33 
Electa. 3 
Esther. 3 
Eunice. 3 
Jonathan. 3 
Joseph. 3 
Luman C. 3 
Lydia, 3 



Beebe, Molly 
Temperance, 3 

Beecher. Rosanna. 7 

Bell. Charles. 38 

Bement. Harrison. 12 
Hiram. 12 
Philander. 12 
Rebecca. 10 
Samuel. 12 
Silas. 12 

Bickley. Gorden, 5 

Bidwell. Ann. 19 

Bi&elow. Hannah C. 39 

_j.Birdsey. Catherine L., 31 
^^ Sarah, 41 
Seth, 31 

Blakeslee, Abner. 19, 19 

Anna, 18 

Anuer. 19 

Asher, 19. 19 

Betsey. 19 

Beulah. 18 

Clement. 19 

Gad. 19 

Isaac. 18 

Jacob. 19 

Jacob N., 19 

Micajah, 19 

Noah. 19 

Salla. r» 

Sally, 1'' 

Salmon. 19 

Samuel, 19 

Sarah. 19 

Thank full. 19 
30. Ziba. 19 
, 43 Bonny . Rebecca. 37 

Booth. Chloe. 9 
1.37 Nathan. 9 

Bouton. Phebe. 34 

Bow, Edward, 15 
Martha. 15 

Bowman. Mary L-. 4 

■y, Bradley. Esther, 18 
^°- Ichabod. 

James. 18 

Joel. 18 

Lovina, 40 

Pollv. 

Sarah. 18 

Brainard, Joseph, 20 
Brockeit, Elizabeth. 17 
Bronson, A mos, 18' 18 

Anna. 18 
Ashbel. 9 
Henry, T., 31 
Levina, 9 
Lucy. 18 
Noah. 18 
Noah M.. 18 
Oliver H.. 31 
Phebe. 18 
Sarah, 18 
Silas. 9 
Sylvia, 18, 18 
Tamer 18 
Zerah. 18 

Brooks, Abitrail, 20 
Brown. Elizabeth, 23 
Burnham. Simeon, 12 

Butler. Cliff D„ 38 
Lucia. 15 



Index 



Caadee, Abig-ail, 14 

Carey, 38 

Carring'ton, Anna. 5 
Jesse, 5 

Carter, Jacob, 39, 39 
Rhoda. 39 

Chapman. William H.. 3T 

Cheralier. Cornelia A.i 42 

Church, James, 41 
John. 7, 
Julia B., 41 

Louis, 31 

Clark, Allen, 5 

Betsey, 7 

Chauncey, 10 

Elisha.7 

Ellen E.. 31 

George R.. 5 

Henry A.. 5 

Ira, 8 

Lemuel. 5 

Minerva, 5 

Phebe, 5 

Phebe A., 5 

Polly, 5 

Polly A. 5 

Roxanna. 5 

Solomon F..5 

Sophia 5, 5 
Cleveland, Aurelia. 12 

Aurelia. 12 

Vernett. E., 43 

Coe. Eli, 14 

Ephriam, 20 

James, 38 

Jamss, Mrs., 33 

Mary. 20 

Russell. 31 
Cone. Mary, 42 
Cook. Abig-ail. 40 

Uzziel 23 
Cooper, Caleb. 11 
Cornwall, Abigail 14 

Aida, 33 

Benjamin. 15, 15 

Elizabeth, 14 

Hannah. 15 

Joseph, 14 

Mindwell, 15 

Cossett, Samuel 9 
Cowles, Calvin. 6 

Lowly , 6 
Cross, Amos. 23 
Crowell. Henry B.. *1 

Sarah. 20 
Culver. Emma E., 36 

Mary. 10 
Curtiss. Abig-ail 9 

Mrs. Annis, 19 

Lydia. 4 

Marcus. 13 

Sarah. 21 

Solomon, 4. 9 

William A., 35 

D 

Daines, Abigail. 25 

Castle. 25 

Jonathan. 25 
Day, Mary. U 
Dayton. Hanuahi 3 
Delemater, Isaac, 11 



Dibble. Hannah. 42 

Dickersou, Levi, 9 
Sarah, 4 

Digert. Peter. 11 

Dowd, Nelson, 11 

Duell, Abner, 12 

Dunham. Charles, 6 
Chauncey, b, 6 
Georjre B.. 6 , 
Roxanna. 6 
Samuel C. 6. 

Dusenberre. Effiei 40 
Dutton, Roxanna, 5 



Eaton, Abigail, 11 
Saumel. 11 

Etlnmnds Henry, 10 

Edwards, Asa, 10 

Elton, Bradley, 15 

Ebenezer. 14, IS 

Eliziabeth. 15 

James. 15 

Mary, 15 

Patience, 15 

Recompence- 15 

Richardt 15 

William. IS 

Emmons, Alice. 25 
Amy, 25 
Anna, 25 
Eh. 25 

Elizabeth. 25 
Heeman. 25 
John-, 25 
Lois, 25 
Lydia, 25 
Mary, 25 
Sarah. 25 
Urania, 25 
William- 25 

Evans, Edward, 31 



Finch, Eunice. 5 
Ruth. S 

Finkle, Mrs. Minnie, 37 

Fisher. Abby L„ 34 

Flint' Sarah. 41 

Foote. Abigail, 7 

Ebenezer, 7 

Lois, 7 

Lucy. 7 

Samuel, 7, 7 

Sarah. 13, 39 

Timothy, 7, 7 
Ford. Alvah, 4 

Vilate. lo 

B'risbie, Daniel, 9 
Deborah. 25 
Richard. 7 
Timothy, 25 

Frost, Mary, 18 

Furman, Henry H., 12 



Galpin, James, 15 

Samuel, 15 
(iardiner. Libbie A., 43 
Gaylord, Catherine, 41 



Gibbs, Abigail, 24, 
Benjamin, 24 24 
Elizabeth, 24 
Esther, 24 
Lemuel. 24, 24 
Med ad. 24 
Philip. 24 
Tryphena, 24 
Giddings. Polly, 41 

Gilbert, Daniel, 16 
Elizabeth. 16 
Ezekiel. 1« 
Jonathan. 16, 16 
Martha. It; 
Patience, 16 
Prudence, 16 
Sarah, 10 
William, 16 

GiUett, Abigail, 4 
Gleason. Daniel 10 
Goodnow. Julia A., 40 

Goodyear, Chauncey, 17 
Eli. 17 
Esther, 17 
John, 17 
Lowly. 17 
Lucy, IT 
Mabel. 17 
Stephen. 17, 17 
Theophilus, 17 

Gould. Rachel. 4 
Graham. Agnes, 34 
Gridley. Stephen, 9, 
Grinnell, Sarah. 19 

H 

Hale. Ebenezer, 11 
Jerusha, 21 

Hand. Augustus, 24 
Nathan. 24 

Harkness, John, 10 

Harrington. Elisha R., 31, 38 

Halburt W.,:il 

Henry E , .36 
Harris. Abigail, 10 

Daniel, 16, 31 

Gilbert, 15 

Israel, 16 

John, 16, 16 

Jonathan, Ifi 

Joseph. 16, 16 

Mary. SI 

Moses. 1.1, 16 

Prudence, 16 

Rachel, 16 

Samuel, 16 

Seth. 16 

Timothy, 16 

William, 16, 16, 16 

Hart. 25 

Adna 10 

Anna. 9 

Asahbel.9, 9 

Azuba. 10 

Benjamin, 6 

Beulah,9 

Condace, 10 

Collingwood. 6 

Elizabeth. 10 

Eunice. 10, 11 

Ezra D., 10 
Fanny. 6 

Hannah, 10 
Job. 10 
John N.,8 
Joseph, 10 

Mary A., 6, 6 

Patience, 6, 6 

Roxanna, 6 

Samuel, 6 



Index 



H 

Haviland, Emma C. 41 

Hayes, Caroline E., S 
Frances M., 5 
Franklin B.. S 
James R., S 
Lucy A., 5 
Nancy E. 5 
Roland, 5 
Sophia P.> 5 

Heacock, 10 

Am3', 4 
Heath, Abigail, 4 

Herring, Harriet, 12 
Joseph, 12 
Levi, 12 

Hills, Joel, 43 

Sarah S., 43 
Hitchcock. David. 43 

Frederick H, 43 

Mar V, 39 

Thomas B., 43, 43 
Hoadley, Ralph, 25 
Hopkins, Abigail, lb 

Asa. 16. 16 

Harris. 16 

Rhoda. 16 
Horsford, Esther. 42 
Howe. Simeon, 9 
Hubbard, Betsey H., 32 
Humiston, Sarah, 18 
Humphrej', Amanda, 39 
Hunter, Ethel O., 43 
Hunting. Mary, 40 
Hyde, Susie B, 40 

I 

Inman, Sophia, 34 
Ives, John. 22, 22 



Johnson, 10 
Abigail, 24 
Betsey, 13 
Edward. 24, 24 
Elijah, 24 
Eliza. 7 
Elizabeth. 24 
ElTin, 24 
Esther. 24 
Irene, 24 
Isaac, 24 
John E., 7 
Lois, 24 
Lucretia, 24 
Minerva, 24 
Orange, 24 
Phebe. 24 
Sarah. 24 
Sejmour, 24 
Sylvia. 24 
Zacharias, 24 

Judd, Ann, 12, 40 
Martha, 9 



Kidder, Lucy A., 40 
Killbourne, Anna 9 
Kinney . Zacherias, 10 



Lansrdon. 6 

Elizabeth, 31 

Sylvia, 6 
Lawton, Anna, 38 

Lee, Anna, 6 
Aroma, o 
Eliza, 6 
Ira, 6 
James, 7, 7 
John, 7, 7 
Lathrope, 41 
Lucy, 7 
Mary B.. 41 
Roswell, 41 
Thankfull, 25 
Timothy, 6 
Truman, 6. 6 

Lewis, Amy, b 
Hannah, 3 
Mark, o 

Lindsley, Benjamin, 25, 25 

Dorcas, 25 

Eldad, 25 

Jarez, 25 

Keturah, 25 

Luciuda. 25 

Lud, 25 

Rachel, 25 

Sarah, 25 
Lloyd, Clarissa. 41 
Loomis. Laura I., 38 

Lois, 2 

"Wealtha A., 8 

Lynch. Mary, 10 
M 

Maddox, Olive D., 39 
Marciuis. Charlotte, 39 
Marsh, Samuel T. 11 
McWilliams. Eva M., 43 
Merriman, Almon, 13 

Ebeo, 13 

Percis, 13 
Miller, Amos 14 

Benjamin, 14 

Hannah, 20 

Ichobod, 14 

Rachel, 14 

Mills. xMartha, 31 
Zepheniah, 21 

Moore. Abigail, 6 
Ellen, 30 

Morgan. Eunice. 40 

Mosesi Adrian. 43 

Mossi Rachel. 16 

Mulkins. Sally. 12 

Munson, Emily, 31 

Eunice, 23 

Solomon, 23 

N 

Noble. Mrs. Marv, 19 
Orton. Hezekeiah. 24, 24, 
Phebe- 25 
Solomon. 25 



Otis. Arthur, 30 
J. T.. 30 



Ovington, Edward J., 36 
Owens, David. 16 
Sarah F.. 40 

P 

Page, Daniel. 25 
Dinah, 25 

Palmer, Lucretia L.> 40 

Payne. Elvira. 32 

Peck. Content S.> 3 

Margaret, 33 

.Varv, 17 

Philo- 11 

Prudence, 9 

Samuel- 17, 19 

Sarah. 17. 19. 23, 24 

Thankfull. 19 
Phelon. Celia A. 42 

Ellen. 42 
Phelps, Edmund, 12 
Phetsing. Maggie, 37 
Philips. Ellen A. 31 
Pike, Hester C. 42 
Pinney. Martin. 6 

Nannie, 42 

Mrs. Polly. 6 
Plum, Aaron. 14 

Anna. 14 

Dorothy. 14 

Elizabeth. 14 

James, 14 

Jesse, 14 

Lucy, 14 

Mary. 14 

Samuel. 14, 14 

Samuel B.. 14 

William 14 

Porter, Lydia. 7 

Rachel. 42 
Post. Elias, 12 
Powers, Timothy, 16 
Prior. Anna, 15 

Provin. Mercy, 21. 21 

R 

Ralph. George F. 42 

Raymond. Frances J., 38 

Redfield. James, 19, 19 

John, 19 
P.iscilla.. 19 
Mrs. Priscilla, 19 
Sabera. 19 
Sarah, 19 
Theophilus, 19, 19 

Ressiguie, Belden, 11 

Reynolds. Col., 12 

Rice, Aaron, 12 
Allen. 12 
Anna. 31 
Anson B., 31. 37 
Avery, 12 
Experience. 12 
5 Gilbert. 12 
Haitie, 39 
Ida, 39 
Lorinda. 12 
Lovina, 12 
Mary A. 39 
Phebe- 12 
Reuben, 31 



Index 



Rice.Roswell, 12 

Samuel. 12, 12 
Rich, Henrietta A., 33 
Richards, Sarah A.i 42 
Wobbins, Almina. 39 
Roberts, 25 

DaTidi 1 
Robinson. Adah, 17 

Desire, 18 

Diana, 39 

Harmon. 18. IS 

Jacob, 17 

John. 18. 18 

Joshua. 23 

Justin, is 

Linas. 18 

Louis, 18 

Mary. 17. 15 

Medad. 18 

Wert. 41 

Miriam, 18 

Moines. 17 

Sylvia, 11 

Rog-ers. Josiah. 25 
Nehemiah. 25 

Roland. Sarah, 37 

Root. Anion. 6 
Diadama, 42 
Elvira, 6 
Hezekiah, 6 
Julius, 6 
Luther, 6 
Lydia, 6 
Mark, 8 
Mary. 6 
Norman. 6 
Rosanna, 6 
Simeon. 6 
Russell, 10 
Almon C; 36 
Azuba. 6 
Willis E..36 

s 

Sackett. Samuel, 16 

Sarah, 16 
Sag-e. Jonathan. 19 
Saltonstall. Caroline, 30 
Sanford. Lois. 18 

Moses. 17 

Sedgwic'', Ann. 24 

Seward. Betsey. 7 

Shepard. Laura C 43 

Sherill. Jemima. 26 
Jeremiah. 23 

Sherwood. Hannah, 7 



Shook. William J. 43 
Simmons. Mrs. Mary. 37 
Smith, Alexander. 31 

Joel. 7 

Mary, 42 
Southerland, Simeon. 10 
Spear, Mary A>, 38 
Spencer, Mrs. Hannah, 15 

Sperry, Ann E, 36 
Caleb, 36 
David G,, 36 
Elisha. 36 
Esther, 17 

Spring-. Naomi. 39 
Stanley. Wakenian, 10 
Stanton. Polly. 12 
Stedman, Chloe. 11 

St. John. Ann, 12 

Esther. 12 

James. 9 

Lewis. 12 

Mark, 12 

Sanford, 12 

Thadeus, 12 
Stoddard. Abigail. 24 

James, 9 
Stow, Mrs. Catherine, 20 

Daniel. 16 

Hannah. 26 

Thomas. 20. 26 
Strickland. Maria, 42 

Sweet, Horace, 12 

Sweetmau. Abigail, 30 



Taylor, 11 

Terrell, Lydia, 3 

Noah. 3 

Taraason, 3 

Willis. 3 
Thomas. Elam, 12 

Throop. Josiah, 7 

Lucy, 7 
Todd. Charles S., 43 

Elizabeth, 16 

Tompkins, Abigail, 4 
Abraham B.. 4 
Charlotte. 4 
Edmund. 4 
Martha, 4 
Obediah, 4 
Phebe, 4 
Samuel, 4 
Solomon, 4 
Sylvia. 4 
Vashti. 4 

Topping, Lucina, 42 



U 

Upsou. Anna, 39 
Charles, 39 
Washington, 39,39 

V 

Van Allen, 37 

Warren, 38 
Van Scoyeck, Jonathan, 23 

Mary. 23 

Zeruiah, 23 

Vassault, 31 

Walker, Jeannette, 36 
Ward, Abigail, 15 

Anna, 14 

Annear, "5 

Ashur, 15 

Beela, IS 

Eber, 15 

Edward, IS 

James T.j T5_ 

Josephi 15, 15 

Lucy, 15. 

Martha. 15 

Mary, 15. 15 

Olive. IS, 15 

Patience. 14 

Phebe. IS 

Rebecca. 15. 15 

Ruth. 31 

Thankfull, 22 

William. IS. 15, 31. 31, 36 
Warfield. Rosanna. 41 
Warner. Amos. 10 
Watts. Hannah. 14 

William, 14 

Webb. Polly. 13 
Webster. Aaron. 8 

Jerusha. 8 

Sarah. 8 

Weller. Mary J.. 31 

Winthrop. 31 
Whitmore. Emma E., 35 
White. Martha, 26 

Wilcox, Israel, 26 
Mary, 26 

Willard. Sarah, 12 
Williams, James, 11. 12 

Joseph. 11 
Wilson- Moses. 8 
Wirshing. Charles. 39 
Wood, William, 12 

Woodruff, Lucy, 36 
Ozem, 10 

Z 
Zabriskie, Mary B., 40 



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