||Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England
||Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Massachusetts, United States
Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Salisbury, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
||1610 - 1834
||BARNES - BARNEY
|Volume 1, Page 123
Thomas of the same, by w. Abigail had Mary, b. 21 Nov. 1679; Sarah,
17 Feb. 1682; Thomas, 24 July 1684, d. young; Thomas, again, 26
July 1687; Sarah, 1689; Rebecca, 12 Mar. 1691; Abigail, 10 June
1693; Elizabeth 10 Nov. 1695; Deborah, 1 Feb. 1698; Hannah, 31 May
1702; Samuel, 11 Apr. 1705; Nathaniel, 11 Jan. 1707; and Abraham,
1711. The f. d. 1712. THOMAS, Farmington, prob. s. of Thomas of the
same, m. June 1690, Mary Jones, d. of Richard, had Ruth, bapt. 23 Oct.
1692; and Elizabeth 21 July 1695; Samuel, b. 4 June 1700; Martha, 8 Mar.
1703; Patience, Sept. 1705; Hannah, 6 Sept. 1708. One THOMAS,
of N. Hampsh. 1690, was of those wh. pray. for protect. of Mass.
jurisdict. WILLIAM, Salisbury 1610, freem. 2 June 1641, by w. Rachel
had Mary, wh. m. 23 June 1659, sec. John Hoyt; William, wh. d. 11
June 1648; Hannah, b. 25 Jan. 1644; Deborah, 1 Apr. 1646; Jonathan,
1 Apr. 1648; Rachel, 30 Apr. 1649, wh. m. 2 Mar. 1668 or 9 (both
dates being giv.), Thomas Sargent; Sarah, wh. m. 8 Sept. 1670, Thomas
Rowell, and next, 26 Oct. 1676, John, or more prob. Thomas Harvey, as
the Amesbury rec. gives the name; and Rebecca, wh. m. Moses Morrill.
Deborah m. 19 Dec. 1663, Samuel Davis. He was one of the first sett.
of Amesbury a. 1654. It has been thot. that he is the man in the list of
passengers by the Globe from London for Virginia, 1635, and the names
of William Brown, and Richard Wells in the same list are seen, both,
also, found at Salisbury. But those surnames are so frequent on both
sides of the ocean, that the argument must not be pressed too far. Some
persons might, at that time, think it easy to go from one part of America
to another; but most of those for Virginia were not puritans, and all wh.
would come to New Eng. especially from London, easily gained direct,
instead of circuitous passage. Of this name, includ. those spelt without e,
Farmer, in 1834, count. seven gr. at Yale, five at Harv. and five at other
N. E. coll.
BARNETT, BARTHOLOMEW, MATTHEW, ROBERT, and others, may
seem to be only perverse spell. for Barnard, wh. see. But THOMAS, New
London, wh. preach. there 1686 and 7, must be print. with this form of
the name, out of regard to that Eccl. Hist. of N. E. call. the Magnalia,
III. 4, where this man is insert. in the third classis, tho. with studied
carelessness, Mather omits his bapt. name. Caulkins could find no more
than this useful designat. for this side of the water; while in vain I search ,
Palmer's Non. Conf. Mem. III. 150 and 1 for ment. of any but Andrew of
Trin. Col. Cambr. and Joshua, s. of Humphrey of Shropsh. wh. were respectable
among the cler. confessors. JOHN, Salem, with alias, Barbart, m.
14 Oct. 1661, Mary Bishop, had Mary, b. 30 Oct. 1662; Familiar (if a
possib. name), 26 Sept. 1664; and Elizabeth 5 July 1666.
BARNEY, JACOB, Salem, freem. 14 May 1634, had John, bapt. 15
Dec. 1639, was rep. 1635, 8, 47, 33, and d. 1673, aged 72. JACOB, Salem,
s. of the preced. perhaps b. in Eng. m. 18 Aug. 1657, Hannah
Johnson, wh. d. 5 June 1659; and next he m. 26 Apr. 1660, Ann Witt,
d. of Jonathan of Lynn or Salem, had Hannah, b. 2 Mar. 1661, prob. d.
young; Sarah, 12 Sept. 1662; Abijah,31 Oct. 1663; John, 1 Aug. 1665;
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