William Barnes

Male - 1774

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  • Name William Barnes 
    Gender Male 
    Death 1774 
    • 1747, Jul 14 -- Deed Book B Page 26-27, Pasquotank County, NC
      Benjamin and Betty Phillips deeded William Barns (late of Pennsylvania) 118 acres located northeast of the Pasquotank River and originally granted to John Jones. Witnesses: Jno. Barns and Tho. Taylor.

      1747, Jul 29 -- Deed Book B Page 57, Pasquotank County, NC
      John and Tamer Norris deeded William Barns a tract originally granted to Richard Madren in 1696. Witnesses: James Letortt, Wm. Nichols, Joseph Pritchard, Jno. Barns and Nathan Massy.

      1751, Jul 1 -- Deed Book C Page 31
      William and Mary Barnes deeded William Martin a tract on the Pasquotank River originally granted to Richard Madren in 1696. Robert Murden and Nathan Massey were witnesses.

      1754, Apr 8 -- Deed Book C Page 178
      William Barnes deeded David Jones 59 acres located on Sawyers Creek of the Pasquotank River being part of land granted to John Jones. John Forbes and Thos. Relfe were witnesses.

      1754, Apr 9 -- Deed Book C Page 179
      William Barnes deeded Cornelius Sawyer 50 acres located on Sawyers Creek of the Pasquotank River being part of land purchased from Benjamin Phillips. John Forbes and Thos. Relfe were witnesses.

      1773, Mar 5 -- Will, Pasquotank County, NC
      Will of William Barns (of Tyrrell County), Dec'd. Heirs: son Thomas Barns [negro George, boy Minger and girl Jeany]; son Stephen Barns [negro women Old Bash; man Benn and girl Cloe]; son James Barns [negro boy Jack, girl Bett and boy Mustypher]; daughter Miliscent Barns [negro James, wife Hannah and daughter Bash and negro girl Bash]; daughter Ann [2 negro girls Charity and Lyda]; wife Elizabeth Barns [2 negro women each named Rose]; daughter Mary Clark Barns [negro boy George, woman Jean and girl Sarah]; youngest daughters Catherine Barns [negro boy Ben, boy Bobb and girl Hannah] and Elizabeth Barns [negro woman Maul, boys Stephen and Isaac]; Edmund Baptist [negro Sam the blacksmith to be sold to pay Baptist for land purchased from Baptist]. Executors: friend Edmund Baptist and son Thomas Barns. Witnesses: Samuel Parsons, William Jennet and William Edwards Junr. Proven Jun 1774.

      1774 -- Estate, Pasquotank County, NC
      Estate of William Barnes Dec'd. Edmund Baptist provided accounts for orphans Catharine Barnes and Elizabeth Barnes from 1773-1783.

      1779 -- Tax List, Pasquotank County, NC
      Edmund Baptist listed 2 tracts for a total of 1345 acres and (for Wm. Barns Orphs) 1 tract of 220 acres
    Person ID I6867  Moore County Wallaces
    Last Modified 28 Sep 2022 

    Family Elizabeth 
    +  1. Male Thomas Barnes   d. Bef 23 Sep 1796
       2. Male S. Barnes
       3. Male James Barnes
       4. Female Millicent Barnes
       5. Female Ann Barnes
    +  6. Female Mary Clark Barnes
    Major Thomas Davis;   
    Malachi Jackson  m. 18 Sep 1800
       7. Female Catherine Barnes   d. 1785
    +  8. Female Elizabeth Barnes,   b. 1765-1770   d. Aft 1840 (Age 71 years)
    Devotion Davis  (Age ~ 54 years)  m. 25 Nov 1785
    Family ID F18657  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart
    Last Modified 26 Sep 2022 

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    1774 Will, Pasquotank County - William Barnes
    1774 Will, Pasquotank County - William Barnes

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