|Death: ||Sep. 18, 1675|
Son of Francis Barnard. Lived in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts Bay Colony. Among the teamsters killed at Bloody Brook. The teamsters were hauling grain to storage, under the protection of Captain Thomas Lothrop and his soldiers.
Parents and siblings:
1. BARNARD, Francis, b. abt. 1617; maltster at Hartford, 1644; was one of the first settlers, of Hadley, 1659, freeman 1666, also of Deerfield, 1673; retired to Hadley in Philip's war, where he d. Feb. 3, 1698, ae. 81.
He m. bef. Aug. 15, 1644, Hannah Marvin; (2) Aug. 21, 1677, Frances, dau. Nathaniel Foote, wid. of John Dickinson, and dau. of Nathaniel Foote.
Ch.: (1) [by first wife]
-Joseph 1641 (2).
-Hannah abt. 1646; m. (1) Oct. 17, 1667, Dr. John Westcarr of Hadley, who d. Sept., 1675; she m. (2) Oct. 9, 1680, Simon Beaman; rem. to Dfd., 1683, he became a garrison soldier,and she the school dame; both were cap. 1704, but came back from Canada; she bequeathed her lands for the benefit of the schools of Dfd.. the first instance of the kind in this part of the state; her will was made in 1723; she d. May 13. 1739.
-Samuel 1654 (4).
-John k. with Capt. Lothrop, Sept. 18, 1675.
-Sarah (prob.) who d. 1676.
History of Deerfield, Sheldon, 1895, v II, p 65
Hadley Genealogies, Judd, 1862 p 10
See cemetery notes for further details and bibliographic sources.
Francis Barnard (1617 - 1698)
John Barnard (____ - 1675)
Joseph Barnard (1652 - 1695)*
Samuel Barnard (1653 - 1728)*
Thomas Barnard (1658 - 1718)*
Bloody Brook Mass Grave
Created by: Mrs. Bee
Record added: Mar 25, 2010
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