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Thomas Barnes
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Birth: 1827
North Carolina, USA
Death: Jun. 18, 1888
Arkansas, USA

Married Elizabeth Ann Nall, purportedly in Hokes Bluff, Etowah Co, Alabama, in January 1846, 1847, or 1848. Elizabeth was the daughter of Tapley White Nall and Margaret Ann ("Peggy") Parker.

Eleven children, two born in Alabama, and the rest in Arkansas:
1. John T Barnes (1849-1894)
2. Thomas Hosea Barnes (1850-1925)
3. James Abney Barnes (1852-1931)
4. George W Barnes (1855-1858)
5. Joseph Columbus Barnes (1857-1926)
6. Adolphus T. Barnes (1860-aft. 1920)
7. Sarah Barnes (1863-1864)
8. Louis Charles Barnes (1865-1876)
9. Benjamin Lafayette Barnes (1867-1902)
10. Henry H Barnes (1870-1877)
11. Florence Barnes (1872-???)

I believe that his widow Elizabeth was buried near Thomas in the Cossatot Cemetery and that her marker was lost when the cemetery was left to ruin.
- Dorsey Barnes Drane
 
 
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 Children:
  John T Barnes (1849 - 1892)*
  Thomas Hosea Barnes (1850 - 1925)*
  James Abney Barnes (1852 - 1931)*
  Joseph Columbus Barnes (1857 - 1926)*
  Adolphus T Barnes (1860 - ____)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Cossatot Cemetery
Sevier County
Arkansas, USA
 
Maintained by: Dorsey Barnes Drane
Originally Created by: D Ann
Record added: Mar 26, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 18633895
Thomas Barnes
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Thomas Barnes
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Thomas Barnes
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