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BARNETT - Coleman Co., TX
Posted by: Jason Gervase Date: May 25, 2000 at 20:46:11
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Richard Barnett, son of Joseph Barnett and Lucy Wade, was born 9 Oct 1773 in Spartanburg County, SC. He died in 1832 in Lawrence County, AL. He married Susannah about 1793 in Spartanburg County, SC. Susannah died sometime between 1814 (birth of son, Jorial) and 1820 (1820 Census). Her maiden name COULD have been White or Smith as Richard and Susannah sold and bought lands from the Whites and Smiths. It is also possible that Susannah's maiden name was Lewis. Their children were:

JOSEPH born 20 June 1807 in Spartanburg County, SC and died 20 Nov 1894 in Coleman County, TX. He married Susan Hampton on 1 Sep 1829 in Lawrence County, AL. Their children were: James (apparently died young), Rial (md. Mary Jane Thomas), Cynthia E. (never married), Richard Thomas (died in Civil War), George (died in Civil War), Harvey (died in Civil War), Rufus Calvin (never married), Mary Ann, and Almary Melvina. Joseph and Sarah moved from Lawrence County, AL to Itawamba Co., MS then to Kaufman Co., TX then to Coleman Co., TX where they are buried in Talpa Cemetery in Coleman, Coleman Co., TX. Their descendants lived in the counties of Kaufman, Coleman and Runnels. Descendants of their son, Rial, later moved to Arizona.

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Jason Gervase


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