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- My paternal immigrant was 63 when the War broke out but provided material service and is recognized by the DAR. He had 5 sons all were member of the Chatham County, NC militia. My 4th great grandfather resigned from the militia and enlisted in Kingbury's artillery unit, the only independent artillery unit in the Continental Army. As a gunner, he fought at Valley Forge and Monmouth Courthouse and earned the nickname "Deaf John". I am a member of the SAR on the reord of my maternal 3rd gf
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- My paternal line is Barnes. Born in 1713, my immigrant Brinsley arrived in PA from Ireland circa 1734. He, his spouse and all 8 of their children migrated to Orange Co., NC circa 1753. As a Regulator, he protested against the Royal Governor. Fearing Tory oppression, he and four sons migrated to Indian Territory (Wilkes County, NC) which was outside of government control. (See North Carolina tag to trace family migration.) Most stayed in Wilkes some migrated to Kentucky, Indiana an Missouri.
- My paternal great grandmother was a Ferguson
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- I like to keep with innovation
- My paternal 5th great grandmother was a Lindley
- My paternal great great grandmother was a McGee
- This is my mothers direct maternal line. My Grandmother said that Milstead's came on the Mayflower BUT there are none on the passenger list.
- My Barnes Irish immigrant with his family of eight children settled Orange Co. in 1753. As Regulators they protested against taxes imposed by the Royal Governor. Fearing reprisal they migrated to Indian Territory (Wilkes/Burke County) circa 1784.
- My maternal line is Oxford. We descend from Wendy Oxford a Captain in the Royal Army of English King Charles I. Wendy was persecute by Parliament when Cromwell became Prime Minister. He was placed in stocks. Fearing that harm would come to his 13 year old son John, Wendy indentured John on a VA tobacco plantation. John's grandson Samuel, Jr. migrated along with his father to NC where he served as a Revolutionary War.
- My father's maternal line
- My 3rd great grandfather Samuel Oxford was a Revolution War Patriot and I am member on his record
- To see who is getting kudos
Hugh Barnes's DNA has been tested for genealogical purposes. It may be possible to confirm family relationships by comparing test results with Hugh or other carriers of his ancestors' Y-chromosome or mitochondrial DNA. Y-chromosome DNA test-takers in his direct paternal line on WikiTree:
- Hugh Barnes: Family Tree DNA Y-DNA Test 67 markers, haplogroup R-M269, FTDNA kit #439560
- Tim Barnes : Family Tree DNA Y-DNA Test, haplogroup R-M269, FTDNA kit #81370
- Hugh Barnes: 23andMe, GEDMatch M679760
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On 22 Feb 2017 at 15:13 GMT Robert Barnes wrote:
Thank you again ,
Robert, Frank and Susie Barnes
On 5 Feb 2017 at 03:49 GMT Meryl Naismith wrote:
For now mine are from Sussex, England to New South Wales arriving 1838
On 5 Feb 2017 at 02:04 GMT Rick Moore Jr. wrote:
Thanks for your message. Honestly I've never tracked down the Barnes limbs of our tree and should probably spend more time pursuing maternal lines as well. the Moore's as well go back to Ireland (1675) with Andrew and his son captain William later married into the Penescobt (Maine) and Cherokee (South Carolina) tribes. It's apparently true what they say about sailors having a girl in every port.
Even my paternal grandmother, who comes from the Connor / Barnes union, were originally O'Connors upon arrival from Ireland.
I have lots of info to transfer from ancestry back to the wiki. I'll let you know when I find out Moore.
On 28 Jan 2017 at 00:06 GMT Debi (Moseley) Matlack wrote:
On 26 Jan 2017 at 02:55 GMT Kitty (Cooper) Smith wrote:
There are category links to add to your ancestor's profiles and research links to learn more about your family. The Project is a good way to consolidate the WikiTree ancestors with historic connections to the years of 1773 (Boston Tea Party) to 1789 (ratification of the U.S. Constitution.) All patriot, loyalist, Hessians, French, Native Americans or any other profiles with a connection to these years should be linked to an appropriate category in the Project.
If you haven’t already, please set your preferences for your Tags Followed to include 1776 Project and any other tag terms that you wish to follow: http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Special:FollowingSome categories have a template (SAR) to add at the top of a biography. If not, add a category link by putting the category name such as
On 18 Jan 2017 at 15:46 GMT Julie (Fiscus) Ricketts wrote:
Of course you can be bold! ;-)
I'm sorry I didn't leave you a note about your G2G post. I caught it on the fly and then never got back to leave you an explanation.
It's because you were essentially "advertising" a product -- i.e., asking for a fee for documents. The Terms of Service prohibit this in a couple of different sections (3 & 4). You can see it here: https://www.wikitree.com/about/terms.html
It looks like you got this sorted out and revised your post. So, thanks for doing that and good luck with your research group!
On 11 Jan 2017 at 06:21 GMT Lauren Barnes wrote:
On 21 Oct 2016 at 17:46 GMT Patrice Farmer wrote:
On 21 Oct 2016 at 17:28 GMT Patrice Farmer wrote:
On 11 Oct 2016 at 19:59 GMT Connie (Daniels) Graves wrote: