|Birth: ||Dec. 27, 1842|
|Death: ||Oct. 12, 1905|
******** Civil War Soldier **************
35th Alabama Infantry Company G
PLEASE SCROLL ALL THE WAY DOWN FOR FRANCIS' BARNES SIBLINGS.
Married Mary Jane "Mollie" Clem in Sand Springs, Alabama near Oak Grove/Limestone County on June 12, 1864. This union produced thirteen children:
1. Emmett Bud Barnes - born in Alabama
2. John A. Barnes - born in Alabama - married (1)Ollie (2)Flora Dotson 9-28-1904. *flora was older than John and became sick. So one day when he was outside, she shot herself. He later married Ollie.
3. Mary Katherine "Kate' Barnes - born in Alabama - married Doc Ross.
4. George Thomas "Tom" Barnes 9-6-1885 - born in Alabama - married Lucinda "Lutie" Vinnings 8/7/1887 in Limestone Co., Elkmont, AL; born 1869.
5. William R. "Dee" Barnes - born 1-27-1867 in AL., married Nancy E. Griffin, April 24, 1883, died August 10, 1936.
6.James B. "Jim" Barnes, born 2-26-1869 in Alabama, married Lizzie B. Wright, 8-17-1898.
7. Marion LaFate "Fate" Barnes, born 2-6-2872 in Alabama, married Betty Elliott 11-23-1892 in Limestone Co., Elkmont, AL.
8.Carrie Cordelia "Deely' Barnes, born 12/1/1873 in Alabama, married F.F. Griffin, 2-23-1892 in Limestone Co., Elkmont, AL.
9. Laura Jane Barnes, born 2-4-1876 in Alabama, died 4-18-1899, married Norman.
10. Allie Cuin Barnes, born 9-12-1879 in Alabama, died 4-3-1863 in Rockwall Co., rockwall, TX married Lena Cooper 12-18-1904, born 6-21-1888 in Van Zant, TX, died 2-7-1985 in Rockwall Co., Rockwall, TX.
11. Francis E. Barnes, born 4-5-1884 - died 8-16-1897 in Rockwall, TX.
12. Bernard Nod Barnes norn 7-21-1888 in Limestone Co. Elkmont, AL died 3/21/1974 in Dallas, TX;married Lula Gordon Rush March 13,1923 in Dallas, TX.
13. Minnie Belle barnes - born 12-11-1890 in Alabama, married Harvey Olin Tabor 5-17-1907.
History of the 35th Alabama:
The 35th organized at LaGrange, in Franklin, April 1862, Ordered to Corinth, it was there brigaded under General Breckenridge. It followed that officer to Louisiana and took part in the attavk on Baton Rouge, losing wuite a number. It was part of the force with which Van Dorn assaulted Corinth, and the Thirty-Fifth was a sever loser in the casualties of that fierce struggle. Placed under Ge. Buford, the regiment was under fire at the first bombardment of Port Hudson. It passed some time in that vicinity, and in May 1863 the regiment was engaged at Baker's Creek with light loss. Escaping the perils of Vicksburg by following Gen. Loring out of the battle, the Thirty-Fifth was soon after sent to the Army of Tennessee; bu it February 1864 went back to Mississippi to confront Sherman's advance. The regiment was now in the brigade of Ge. T.B. Scott of Louisisana, consisting of the Twenty-seventh, Forty-Ninth, Fifty-fifth, and Fifty-seventh Alabama, and Twelth Louisiana. Rejoining the Army of Tennessee, the Thirty-Fifth was part of the resolute column that stood in front of Sherman's army during the great struggle in north Georgia, and in the bloody and fruitless sacrifices made before the gates of Atlanta. During that time, it lost greatly, 65 being killed of wounded July 22 at Atlanta, and 27 on the 28th following. the regiment moved into Tennessee with Gen. Hood, and was in the advance in the attack on the outpost at Decatur, where it lost 35 killed and wounded, or one-half its effectivwe force. The lost at Nashville was light, and the remnant of the regiment proceeded eastward to renew the then hopeless struggle in the Carolinas. The Thirty-Fifth was surrendered with the Army of Tennessee.
SIBLINGS to FRANCIS:
Children of John B. and Matilda Barnes:
1.Francis Marion Barnes, born December 27, 1842, in Elkins, Giles County, TN.; died October 12, 1905 in Rockwall County, Rockwall, TX.; married Mary Jane "Molly" Clem June 12, 1864 in Sand Springs, Alabama (near Oak Grove/Limestone County).
2. James H. Barnes, born 1846 in Elkins, Giles County, TX.; married melissa Ann Carr April 1, 1866.
3.Cynthia Cathryn Barnes, born May 20, 1847 in Elkins, died December 23, 1926 in Limestone County.; married Rufus H. Brown December 11,1861 in TN; born March 25,1843 in TN; died August 15,1922 in Limestone Co. Alabama.
4.Malinda E. Barnes, born 1851 in Limestone Co., AL.; married Newton R. Brown, June 19,1870 in Limestone Co., AL.
5. Rebecca Barnes, born 1852 in Limestone Co., AL.
6. Lacey Ann Barnes, born 1853 in Limestone Co., AL.
7. Robert Lewis Barnes, born March 7, 1854 in Limestone Co., AL., sided September 7,1933; married Lucy Laura Ann Clem, December 28, 1873; born March 23, 1857; died November 14, 1935.
8. Rubin A. Barnes, born in Limestone Co., AL., died in Giles Co., Pulaski, TN.
9. Marcilla R. Barnes, born 1856 in Limestone Co., AL. (spelled as Narcilla - nicknamed Tassey)
10. John H.H. Barnes, born 1859 in Limestone Co., AL., married Sarah Ann Grisham, August 8, 1880.
11. George Barnes, born 1862 in Limestone, AL.
12. Permelia (nickname Nancy) Jane Barnes, born 1864 in Limestone Co., AL, married James Fletcher McCowan, November 10,1885.
13. Termuly Barnes, born 1866 in TN.
14. Andrew Stroud Barnes, born 1868 in TN, married Elizabeth J. Moss, December 22, 1887.
15. Lenora Sarah Barnes, born 1869 in TN.
Kindly respect Dear Great-Grandfather Francis Marion Barne's Memorial:
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~No Silly Tokens please,
Thank you for your respect.
John B Barnes (1823 - 1879)
Matilda Elizabeth McCormack Barnes (1828 - 1898)
Mary Jane Clem Barnes (1847 - 1922)
William Henry Barnes (1867 - 1953)*
James Bernard Barnes (1869 - 1954)*
Marion Lafayette Barnes (1871 - 1953)*
Allie Cuin Barnes (1879 - 1963)*
Bernard Nod Barnes (1888 - 1974)*
Minnie B Tabor (1890 - 1973)*
Toddler Francis E Barnes (1894 - 1897)*
Francis Marion Barnes (1842 - 1905)
Melinda Elizabeth Barnes Brown (1846 - 1946)*
James H. Barnes (1846 - ____)*
Cynthia Cathryn Barnes Brown (1847 - 1926)*
Rebecca Barnes (1852 - ____)*
Robert Lewis Barnes (1853 - 1933)*
Lacey Ann Barnes (1853 - ____)*
Rubin Allen Barnes (1855 - 1933)*
Marcilla R. Barnes (1856 - ____)*
John H. H. Barnes (1859 - ____)*
George Barnes (1862 - ____)*
Permelia Jane Barnes McCowan (1865 - 1942)*
Termealy Barnes (1866 - ____)*
Andrew Stroud Barnes (1868 - ____)*
Lenora Sarah Barnes (1869 - ____)*
He followed virtue as his truest guide. Lived as a Christian and a Christian died.
Maintained by: Diddy & Doodle
Originally Created by: Mimi Simpson Davidson
Record added: Jun 03, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 14484168