|Death: ||Jan. 23, 1897|
Barnes, John Horace: Cpl., Co. A, 43rd Btln. Va. Cav.;
Note., Confederate Soldier with a C.M. designation indicates they are listed on the monument to tbe Confederate Dead.
Aug 2008- birth and death provided by Scott Hutchison.
s/o Jack and Sarah Barnes - more on this as we research.
From Scott Hutchison 4/30/2010: UPDATE! Served first in 17th Va.Inf.Regt. Died Chantilly,1/23/1897,per widow.
Aug 10, 2010 - Barnes, John Horace "Jack" Cpl., Co. D, 17th Va. Inf.; age 29; son of John Horace and Sarah H. (Lane) Barnes; farmer; vtd. for secession at Sangster's 4/23/61; enl. Pvt. 4/25/61 at Fairfax C.H., prom. to 4th Cpl. 5/24/61; captured near Fx. C.H. 6/9/61 and sent to Old Capitol Prison; admitted 6/18/61 to U.S. Army Hosp. with rubeola (measles); AWOL 12/61; paroled date/place unknown; joined 43rd Btln. Va. Cav. 3/63; captured, convicted of violating his parole and sent to the U.S. Penitentiary at Albany, N.Y. w/Pvt. Philip Trammel and held until close of war; owned "Hope Park Mill" on Pope's Head Rd., Fx. Co. and the Hotel in Fairfax; m. Mary Isabella Fox, Wash., D.C.; brother of Samuel L. & Wm. A. Barnes; b-i-l of Pvt. Frank G. Fox; mbr. John Q. Marr Camp U.C.V.; d. in Wash., D.C. 10/1897, "consumption"; bur. Fx. Cem.
He married Mary Isabella Fox d/o Gabriel Fox and Susan Jane Millan. Per a diary of Susanna Summers Clarke posted by Bart Gripenstraw, his wife Mary was alive after 1917 and had 7 beautiful daughters in their time.
Fairfax City Cemetery
Created by: Anne Rupert
Record added: Sep 15, 2003
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