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On 10 Jan 2017 at 03:50 GMT Hugh Barnes wrote:
Welcome, I hope that you decide to join Wikitree. There are 121 people collaborating on various branches of the Barnes family. If I can be of assistance, please contact me. If you trace your roots to my Irish immigrant, Brinsley (Barnes-1145) by all means let’s connect. I operate a website devoted to Brinsley and Solomon Sr. (Barnes-368) both of whom migrated to what became Wilkes County, NC in 1777. Solomon arrived in what was then Rowan County in about 1771. Brinsley arrived in Wilkes about 1784. At the time this was Indian Territory. Solomon’s roots are not known for sure. Some contend that he was English other say Irish. The website also discusses their descendants who migrated to Kentucky, Indiana and Missouri. Embark with me on an adventure to discover unknown fact about the Barnes’s, our Irish family who has been in America since 1734. Some of you have already discovered the stories about Brinsley our Ole Irish Immigrant, Deaf John, Handsome Jim, The Union sympathizing preacher Uncle Sol, or Jehu who was murdered by his brother. Meet these ancestors by clicking on the next link but read the rest of the message before doing https://competitivestrategies.us/barnes-ancestors-and-hist…/ Chose an adventure by clicking on one of the stories. A new story is announced every three or four month. The photo gallery contains pictures of our family. Browse around and learn about our annual reunion or ask questin on the forum. To be notified every time a new adventure is added to our website, fill out the form at https://competitivestrategies.us/barnes-family/
On 4 Jan 2017 at 00:43 GMT Emma (McBeth) MacBeath M.Ed MSM wrote:
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