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Thomas Barnard

Male 1728 - 1770


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  • Name  Thomas Barnard 
    Born  1728  Aston Township, Chester, Pennsylvania, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender  Male 
    Died  1770  Aston Township, Chester, Pennsylvania, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID  I32159  My Genealogy
    Last Modified  20 Jan 2012 

    Father  Thomas Barnard,   b. Abt 1690, Aston Township, Chester, Pennsylvania, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1782 
    Mother  Sarah Carter,   b. Bef 1700,   d. Yes, date unknown 
    Married  14 Jan 1722 
    Family ID  F3073  Group Sheet

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  • Notes 
    • Thomas Barnard, [Sarah, Jeremiah,] son of Thomas and Sarah (Carter) Barnard, was probably born about 1728, and died in 1770.

      He was a tanner by trade. He resided for several years in Berks county, but returned about 1759 to Chester county, and afterward seems to have lived in Chichester
      township. In 1764 he was assessed with 100 acres in Upper Chichester; also among other things with 1negro.

      He was three times married. In 1754 he married, Sarah Walker, daughter of Thomas Walker, in Berks county. She seems to have died within the next five years. The
      Records of Concord Monthly Meeting state that Thomas Barnard brought a little daughter with him from Berks county. Her name is not given, and there seems to be no
      mention of her afterwards. She probably died young or
      unmarried.

      He seems to have married a second wife about 1761, as on 5, 8 mo. 1762, Thomas Barnard (of Chichester Meeting) made an acknowledgement for marriage by a
      priest to one not a member. Who she was is not now known, but she seems to have died within a few years.

      In 1765 he married, as his third wife, Agnes, (19) daughter of Abraham and Lydia (Clayton) Carter. She was his first cousin, and for this marriage he was disowned by
      Friends meeting in 1766.

      He died intestate and letters ot Administration on his estate were granted to Archibald Dick, 19 Dec. 1770.
      The Administration accounts were filed in 1773.

      Child of Thomas, and Agnes (Carter) Barnard.
      Isaac d. 1800.