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1770's Immigrant Robert Barnes (Poss. Peach Bottom)
Posted by: J.D. Arment (ID *****2267) Date: January 04, 2012 at 12:35:14
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I read an excerpt from something called "The Barnes Family Yearbook". It mentions a Robert Barnes coming to southern Lancaster County during the Revolution and settling near Peach Bottom. This is what it says: "ROBERT BARNES came to America during the Revolution; settled in Lancaster Co., Penna. He had two sons and seven daus. One son and two daus. remained unm. Very little is known of the descendants." I'm a Barnes descendant and wondering if I come from him. I found info on a Robert Barnes of Little Britain that had two sons & four daughters. He died about 1815 or so. I'm hoping someone has something on him other than what I included above.


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