Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties

Weavour Barnes

Male 1701 - 1785  (84 years)


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  • Name Weavour Barnes 
    Born 1701 
    Gender Male 
    Died 27 Feb 1785  Montgomery County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I49258  Tree1
    Last Modified 21 Oct 2021 

    Father Family Barnes 
    Relationship Adopted 
    Family ID F12017  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Elizabeth Pigman,   d. 19 Nov 1785, Montgomery County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married 13 May 1779  Montgomery County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Thomas Barnes,   b. Aft 1765,   d. Aft 1785, Montgomery County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 20 years)  [natural]
     2. Joseph Barnes,   b. Aft 1765,   d. Aft 1785, Montgomery County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 20 years)  [natural]
     3. Richard Weavour Barnes,   b. Aft 1765,   d. Aft 1785, Montgomery County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 20 years)  [natural]
     4. Dorcas Barnes,   b. Bef 1760, Frederick County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1785, Montgomery County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 27 years)  [natural]
     5. Elizabeth Barnes,   b. Aft 1765,   d. Aft 1785, Montgomery County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 20 years)  [natural]
    Last Modified 21 Oct 2021 
    Family ID F28913  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
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      Montgomery County, Md Wills
      BARNES, WEAVOUR L B f 20 12 Jan 1781
      L 1 p 90 27 Feb 1785
      Wife: Elizabeth - dwelling plantation "Snowden's Add. to his Manner"
      Son: Thomas Barnes - 150 a. "Inspection"
      Son: Joseph Barnes
      Son: Richard Weavour Barnes - pt. of "Second Add. to Snowden" and "Snowden's Addition"
      Dau: Dorcas Hocker
      Grandsons: Richard Weavour Johns; Weavour Barnes, son of Joseph; Weavour Hocker, son of Philip Hocker
      Granddau: Ann Johns
      Exs: Joseph Barnes and Richard Weavour Barnes
      Wit: Edward Burgess, John Farrall, Archibald Mason
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      John. Barnes 94.29 FR £61.8.0 Jul 14 1767
      Appraisers: Henry Gaither, Ephraim Davis.
      Creditors: Nathaniel Rigman, Joshua Warfield.
      Next of kin: Weaver Barnes, Joseph Barnes.
      Mentions: Basil Mullican.
      Administratrix: Mary Mullican.
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      John Barnes 5.73 D FR £68.8.0 Aug 25 1767
      The amount of the accounts also included #2400.
      Distribution to: Widow (unnamed, 1/3).
      Residue to: John Waters Barnes (son).
      Administratrix: Mary Mullican, wife of Bazil Mullican.
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      http://www.msa.md.gov/msa/stagser/s1400/s1437/html/1437mo.html

      Maryland State Archives
      MARYLAND INDEXES
      (Assessment of 1783, Index)
      1783
      Montgomery County
      MSA S 1437

      Elizabeth Barnes. MO Lower Newfoundland, Rock Creek, and North West Hundred, p. 1. MSA S 1161-8-2 1/4/5/51

      Elizabeth Barnes. Addition to Snowdens Manor, 200 acres. MO Lower Newfoundland, Rock Creek, and North West Hundred, p. 12. MSA S 1161-8-2 1/4/5/51

      Weaver Barnes. MO Lower Newfoundland, Rock Creek, and North West Hundred, p. 1. MSA S 1161-8-2 1/4/5/51

      Weaver Barnes. Addition to Snowdens Manor, 200 acres. MO Lower Newfoundland, Rock Creek, and North West Hundred, p. 12. MSA S 1161-8-2 1/4/5/51

      Thomas Barnes. Inspection, 150 acres. MO Upper Newfoundland and Seneca Hundred, p. 6. MSA S 1161-8-5 1/4/5/51
      Thomas Barnes. MO Upper Newfoundland and Seneca Hundred, p. 16. MSA S 1161-8-5 1/4/5/51

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      1773-1778 Frederick County Land Records; {Patricia Abelard Andersen}
      BD2:18-25. John Lackland recorded land commission and deposition, issued to Andrew Heugh, Zadok Magruder, Thomas Cramphin and David Lynn on part of tract Prevention. Advertisement posted at Rock Creek Church, Rock Creek Chapel, The Paint Chapel and at Georgetown. Met at the place where the beginning tree of Joseph's Park formerly stood, deemed to be a tree of Prevention, 9 March 1773. John Hardie, aged 44 years deposed that 14 years ago, he was with his uncle John Allison, who was a renter of John Lackland, and disputes arouse among the tenants regarding the bounds, and this deponent along with Jeremiah Lackland were chain carriers after William Dent, surveyor on tract. Jeremiah Lackland, age 45 years, deposed that beginning tree was near the south east corner of the plantation where Samuel Prather dwells, belonging to a child of the late Jacob Barnes. John Hardie further deposeth regarding a heap of white stones lying in the corner of a fence near where he lately lived near to James Higgins' plantation, and further deposeth that he and his father, John Hardie lived for 30 years on said land as tenants to the late Capt. James Edmonston. Signed by mark. On 16 Nov. 1773, met at John Lackland's quarter, at the house the late John Allison Sr. Lately lived, on John Lackland's plantation, and ran courses with Thomas Belt, who ran four different lines. On 17 May 1774, met at John Lackland's quarter. John Jones Sr., aged upwards 70 years deposed that he has lived in the neighborhood about 43 years, and he understood from the late John Allison Senr. That Capt. Alexander Beall laid off the land where he lived, John Hardie and Francis Abstone when they became tenants to Capt. James Edmonston. Signed by mark. On 14 Nov. 1774, met at the house of Samuel Prather and took the deposition of Weaver Barnes, aged 73 years or thereabouts, who deposed that 14 or 15 years ago he came to this place to purchase part of John Richard's Lane, a part of Prevention, which had been attached by the late James Perry and William Williams, and the aforesaid white oak tree was the beginning tree of tract he was shown. William Deakins, aged 55 or thereabouts, said about 14 years ago, he came to area to purchase a tract of land of John Richard's which he then lived on, and was shown the said white oak. On Tuesday, 25 July 1775, met one Colonel Samuel Beall, aged 60 years, to best of his memory, 27 years ago last spring, at instance of William Beall, he left his house in order to run out a piece of land he had sold to John Richards, out of tract of land called Hermitage, claimed by Thomas Butler, and tree he now touches was beginning tree of Addition, Philip Lee's land, and a tree of Prevention. He further states that about 19 years ago, Isaac Brooke showed him the beginning of The Addition, then Hancock Lee's land. James Moore, aged 56 years, deposed that 10-12 years ago, Luke Windsor showed deponent this tree and said it was the beginning of Addition, Hancock Lee's land.

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