|Death: ||Feb. 14, 1897|
He was a Native of Georgia, moving there from Alabama, later to Mississippi.
His Wife is Minerva Taylor Owens Barnett.
They were Married January 07, 1841.
He Served in the Seminolian Florida War in 1836 as a substitute for his Brother, William R. Barnett.
On March 12, 1838 he Enlisted in the Indian War as a Private in the Alabama Volunteers at Fort Payne, Alabama.
At the end of the War he was one of the Party that Escorted the Indians to their new Home in the Territory in 1834.
He was Discharged July 22, 1838.
John B. Barnett, who Resided 6 Miles East of Town near Orine, passed Peacefully to another world on Sunday, February 14, 1897, after an illness of about a week with Pneumonia.
He was laid to Rest on Thursday, February 18, 1897.
Mr. BARNETTE was the Father of 12 Children, who reached the age of twenty.
Six of these were with their Aged Father still survive him.
Mr. BARNETTE came to this Territory about 15 years ago and had always enjoyed good health until about a week before his death which came Peacefully, in the Spirit of this Brave Pioneer passed to the judgement.
Their Daughter Sarah Elizabeth "Bette" Barnett Married Daniel Washington "Tuck" Kingsley.
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#1> His Burial is at Arnoldville Cemetery, Love County, OK; not Orinne Cemetery as reported on many Ancestry Family Trees.
#2> Arnoldville Cemetery is Listed as being 4 Miles West of Marietta. Post Office from 1885 to 1899; Very Large Cemetery; No Longer In Existence; a Deserted Cemetery Remains.
#3> Arnoldville, Love County, OK at one time, in the 1880's, was a good size Community, but closed its Post Office in 1889; and disappeared.
#4> Family Trees on RootsWeb show the Burial of Mr. Barnett at Arnoldville Cemetery, Love County, OK.
#5> Ancestry Listings Incorrectly show his Burial as being in Orinne Cemetery.
#6> Orinne was Changed to Greenville; Located 6 Miles North of Marietta; Post Office Name Changed to Greenville in 1902 and Discontinued in 1909;
#7> Confusion possibly because of the proximity of the Abandoned Arnoldville, OK or Abandoned Arnoldville Cemetery to that of the Original Name and Location of Orinne, OK.
Minerva Taylor Owens Barnett (1817 - 1903)*
Lucinda Katherine Barnett Rogers (1845 - 1902)*
John Franklin Barnett (1850 - 1914)*
Susan A Barnett Green (1855 - 1939)*
Amanda 'Danie' Barnett Ridge (1859 - 1942)*
Mary Ellen Barnett Black (1862 - 1949)*
Arnoldville (SW of Marietta)
Created by: Sue Moore-Hardy
Record added: Jan 18, 2009
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Salute To Our Veterans Who Sacrificed So Much For So Many. Forever In The Loving Arms Of Our Heavenly Father.|
Added: Apr. 18, 2012
John B. was my Grt-great-grandfather. I'm pleased to find him on Findagrave. He had a large family and descendants.May he continue to rest in peace.|
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Added: Jul. 24, 2011