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1 A Biographical Memoir of the Rev. John Williams, First Minister of Deerfield
Page 26 includes the story of Joseph Barnard's death. "The Redeemed captive ... has been out of print for more than twenty years. ... I have been induced to prepare another edition of it, in a new form, under the title of a biographical memoir of the pious and distinguished author of that work, in which I have thrown out much which has appeared… 
 
2 A Catalogue of the Names of the Early Puritan Settlers of the Colony of Connecticut
Many Barnards in the Catalog, with Francis and Hannah p. 133. Francis was a viewer of chimneys and ladders in Hartford 1646, but not known in the land division at Hartford, 1639. A Catalogue of the Names of the Early Puritan Settlers of the Colony of Connecticut: With the Time of Their Arrival in the Country and Colony, Their Standing in Society,… 
 
3 A Historic and Present Day Guide to Old Deerfield
Page 53 includes the story of 4-Salah Barnard and Elizabeth Nims. See page 670 of Francis Barnard Part F. A Historic and Present Day Guide to Old Deerfield By Emma Lewis Coleman Published by s.n., 1912 Original from Harvard University Digitized Mar 4, 2008 116 pages Available on Google Books: http://books.google.com/books?id=BnAWAAAAYAAJ
( My… 
 
4 A History of Deerfield, Massachusetts vol. 1
Page 248 has the account of Joseph Barnard killed at Indian Bridge. A History of Deerfield, Massachusetts: The Times when the People by Whom it was Settled, Unsettled and Resettled By George Sheldon Published by Press of E.A. Hall & co., 1895 Item notes: v.1 Original from Harvard University Digitized Mar 4, 2008 Available on Google Books:… 
 
5 A History of Deerfield, Massachusetts vol. 2
The Barnard genealogy begins on page 65, which is about halfway through the document (page numbers start over). A History of Deerfield, Massachusetts: The Times when the People by Whom it was Settled, Unsettled and Resettled: with a Special Study of the Indian Wars in the Connecticut Valley: with Genealogies By George Sheldon Published by Press… 
 
6 A History of the Presbytery of Kittanning of the Presbyterian Church
Page 215 lists John R. Barnard as trustee. The same page mentions J. T. Irwin, J. M. McGaughey, J. C. McGaughey. Page 24 gives the ordination date of David Johnston Irwin. He is also on page 25. A History of the Presbytery of Kittanning of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America: With Its Churches and Schools By David Harvey… 
 
7 About This Book
Introduces Francis Barnard (ca. 1616-1698) and his Descendants, A Genealogical Study, by Dr. Walther M. Barnard. How to submit corrections and updates. 
 
8 Catalogue of the Collection of Relics in Memorial Hall, Deerfield
Numerous Barnard artifacts listed. Page 73, autograph of Paul Revere, 1765. Bill to Joseph Barnard for silver tankard. Catalogue of the Collection of Relics in Memorial Hall, Deerfield, Mass., U. S. A. By Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association, Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association (Deerfield, Mass.) Edition: 2 Published by The Association, 1908… 
 
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Church of the Resurrection Mausoleum at Saint Adalbert Cemetery
Church of the Resurrection Mausoleum at Saint Adalbert Cemetery
Status: Located. From Find A Grave:
Added by: David M. Habben
2/2/04 
 
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Claude R. Henderson
Claude R. Henderson
Status: Located. Henderson, Claude R. Henderson, Sept. 7, 1883 - May 12, 1947. Claude R. Henderson was a son of Robert Morrison Henderson and Mary M. Turner. He married Sarilda Zumwalt on Mar. 16, 1904 in Callaway Co., Missouri. 
 
11 Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society 1912
Page 605 records the marriage between frainces barnard and hannah meruell. Various other references in the book to Francis Barnard/Bernard. Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society By Connecticut Historical Society Published by The Society., 1912 Item notes: v.14 1912 Original from the University of Michigan Digitized Nov 17, 2006 … 
 
12 Daniel Boone
Oil sketch of Daniel Boone by Chester Harding, the only portrait of Boone painted from life. This was painted when Boone was 84 years old, a few months before his death. Harding painted Boone in June 1820 while Boone was living with his daughter Jemima Boone Callaway in Missouri. According to historian Ted Franklin Belue, "from this original oil… 
 
13 Daniel Clark Davis Biography
History of Indiana County, Penn'a by J.A. Caldwell, 1880 
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14 Descendants of Reinold and Matthew Marvin of Hartford, Ct., 1638 and 1635
This book does include a descendant of Joseph Barnard of Deerfield. "The foundation of the present volume was laid by the late Theophilus R. Marvin, in a little book of 56 pages, entitled 'Genealogical sketch of the descendants of Reinold and Matthew Marvin,' printed in 1845 and 1848." Descendants of Reinold and Matthew Marvin of Hartford, Ct.,… 
 
15 Dr. Walther M. Barnard
This undated photo was published with Dr. Walther Barnard's obituary in The Observer. 
 
16 Dr. Walther M. Barnard
Dr. Barnard leads the faculty processional into Commencement 2009, flanked by State Senator Catharine Young and Fredonia President Dennis L. Hefner. Published with obituary on SUNY Fredonia Web site. 
 
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Edward T. Henderson
Edward T. Henderson
Status: Located. Henderson, Edward T. 1878 - 1961. Edward T. Henderson was a son of Robert Morrison Henderson and Mary M. Turner. He married Lydia Neeley on Nov. 6, 1913 in Callaway Co., Missouri. 
 
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Guthrie Cemetery
Guthrie Cemetery
Status: Located. Picture of Guthrie Cemetery, Guthrie, Callaway Co., Missouri 
 
19 Henderson Chronicles
I have transcribed pages 1-84 into database form. Henderson chronicles. A roster of descendants of Alexander Henderson of Fordell, county Fife, Scotland, three of whose sons emigrated to the American colonies, prior to 1740, and settled near Alexandria, Va (1915) Author: McCue, John N. (John Nolley), 1885- Subject: Henderson family (Alexander… 
 
20 Henderson, Sallie, Certificate of Death
 
 
21 Hinsdale Genealogy
Page 107, person 140. CAPTAIN NATHAN FRARY5 (Mehitable Dickinson4 Mehitable Hinsdale3 Samuel2 Robert1), son of Nathaniel Frary and Mehitable Dickinson, his wife, born Apr. 24, 1719, died May 20, 1794. He married, first, June 1, 1749, Elizabeth Barnard, born at Roxbury, 1731, died at Deerfield, about 1788, daughter of Ebenezer Barnard and Elizabeth Foster, his wife. He married, second, December 20, 1789, Eleanor Warriner, who died September 7, 1819, aged 83. He was a Corporal in the French and Indian Wars, a Captain in the Militia, and a member of Captain Isaac Newton's Company in the Revolutionary service. He was a selectman in 1768. He had nine children, one of whom, Electa, married the Reverend Justin Parsons, the grandfather of Levi Parsons Morton, ex-Vice-President of the United States. Hinsdale Genealogy: Descendants of Robert Hinsdale of Dedham, Medfield, Hadley and Deerfield, with an Account of the French Family of De Hinnisdal By Herbert Cornelius Andrews, Sanford Charles Hinsdale, Alfred L. Holman Published by A. H. Andrews, 1906 Original from the University of Wisconsin - Madison Digitized Jan 3, 2008 497 pages Available on Google Books: http://books.google.com/books?id=rPdUAAAAMAAJ
( My local file name: Hinsdale_Genealogy.pdf )
 
 
22 Historic Hadley: A Story of the Making of a Famous Massachusetts Town
Numerous references to John Barnard slain by Indians. Page 16, city directory, names Francis Barnard father of John Barnard. Page 21, wife of Joseph Barnard arraigned as person of small estate wearing silk contrary to law. Page 28, John Barnard is one of the teamsters slain at Bloody Brook. Historic Hadley: A Story of the Making of a Famous Massachusetts Town By Alice Morehouse Walker Published by The Grafton press, 1906 Original from the University of Virginia Digitized Sep 7, 2007 130 pages Available on Google Books: http://books.google.com/books?id=7PEMAAAAYAAJ
( My local file name: Historic_Hadley.pdf )
 
 
23 History of Hadley 1863
This is the original edition. Numerous Barnard references, particularly including John Barnard, Francis Barnard, their wives, and Joseph Barnard. Both the original and revised editions are in my book list because both are quoted by other sources. History of Hadley: Including the Early History of Hatfield, South Hadley, Amherst and Granby, Massachusetts By Sylvester Judd, Lucius Manlius Boltwood Published by Printed by Metcalf & company, 1863 Original from Harvard University Digitized Aug 31, 2006 636 pages Available on Google Books: http://books.google.com/books?id=1q3RY7ns5-8C
( My local file name: History_of_Hadley_1863.pdf )
 
 
24 History of Hadley 1905
This is the revised edition. Numerous Barnard references, particularly including John Barnard, Francis Barnard, their wives, and Joseph Barnard. Both the original and revised editions are in my book list because both are quoted by other sources. "Introduction to the new edition, containing a careful study of the lives of the regicides [William Goffe and Edward Whalley] and an inquiry into the historical basis of the "Angel of Hadley" legend. By George Sheldon": p. v-xxxiv. History of Hadley: Including the Early History of Hatfield, South Hadley, Amherst and Granby, Massachusetts By Sylvester Judd, Lucius Manlius Boltwood, George Sheldon Published by H.R. Huntting & Company, 1905 Original from the University of Michigan Digitized Sep 22, 2008 709 pages Available on Google Books: http://books.google.com/books?id=JwV5AAAAMAAJ
( My local file name: History_of_Hadley_1905.pdf )
 
 
25 History of the Hopkins Fund, Grammar School and Academy, in Hadley , Mass
Page 28 includes John Barnard's bequest. Land adjacent to Francis Barnard's land. Other pages mention Widow Barnard. Page 43, 23 August 1686, mentions Henry Barnard and Samuel Barnard. History of the Hopkins Fund, Grammar School and Academy, in Hadley , Mass By Hopkins Academy (Hadley, Mass.) Published by The Amherst record press, 1890 Original from the University of California Digitized Oct 2, 2007 198 pages Available on Google Books: http://books.google.com/books?id=YBpBAAAAIAAJ
( My local file name: History_of_the_Hopkins_Fund__Grammar_Sch.pdf )
 
 
26 Introduction to the Henderson Chronicles

A Roster of the descendants of Alexander Henderson of Fordell, County Fife, Scotland, three of whose sons emigrated to the American Colonies, prior to 1740, and settled near Alexandria, Va. 
 
27 John Bullock Clark, Jr.
 
 
28 John Bullock Clark, Sr.
 
 
29 Memoranda Relating to the Ancestry and Family of Hon. Levi Parson Morton
Page 138 begins the Barnard genealogy, stating Francis Barnard was born at Coventry, England, in 1617. Memoranda Relating to the Ancestry and Family of Hon. Levi Parson Morton, Vice-president of the United States (1889-1893). By Josiah Granville Leach Published by Printed at the Riverside press, 1894 Original from Harvard University Digitized Feb 1, 2008 191 pages Available on Google Books at: http://books.google.com/books?id=DN0UAAAAYAAJ
( My local file name: Memoranda_Relating_to_the_Ancestry_and_F.pdf )
 
 
30 Old Paths and Legends of the New England Border
Page 189. The Old Manse, Deerfield "built on honor" for Joseph Barnard in 1768. Describes the silver tankard made to order by Paul Revere for Joseph Barnard. Old Paths and Legends of the New England Border: Connecticut, Deerfield, Berkshire By Katharine Mixer Abbott Published by G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1907 Original from the University of California Digitized Oct 18, 2007 408 pages Available on Google Books: http://books.google.com/books?id=KddCAAAAIAAJ
( My local file name: Old_Paths_and_Legends_of_the_New_England.pdf )
 
 
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Photo of Saint Adalbert Cemetery
Photo of Saint Adalbert Cemetery
Status: Located. From Find A Grave:
Added by: David M. Habben
2/2/04 
 
32 Settling the River Towns
Settlement of Hartford and adjoining areas. Deteriorating relations with the native Indians beginning 1637, culminating in "King Philip's War" 1675-1677. 
 
33 Sibley's Harvard Graduates
Page 174 begins the biography of Thomas Barnard, son of Francis Barnard and Hannah. Vol. 1 includes "an appendix, containing an abstract of the steward's accounts, and notices of non-graduates, from 1649/50 to 1659." Sibley's Harvard Graduates: Biographical Sketches of Those who Attended Harvard College in the Classes ... with Bibliographical and Other Notes By John Langdon Sibley, Massachusetts Historical Society, Clifford Kenyon Shipton Published by Massachusetts Historical Society, 1885 Item notes: v.3 1678/1689 Original from the University of Michigan Digitized Jul 2, 2007 Available from Google Books: http://books.google.com/books?id=MR05AAAAMAAJ
( My local file name: Sibley_s_Harvard_Graduates.pdf )
 
 
34 Sommer, Beverly SSDI
Social Security Death Index 
 
35 Sources of Information
Correspondents and other sources of information used in compiling Francis Barnard (ca. 1616-1698) and his Descendants, A Genealogical Study 
 
36 Sowinski - Cyrwus Marriage
International Genealogical Index reference to Frank Sowinski and Anna Cyrwus marriage 
 
37 Sowinski, Anne
Medical Certificate of Death
Place of death: Resurrection Hospital, Chicago, Cook, Illinois
Length of stay: 3 days
Usual residence: 5622 N. Mulligan Avenue, Chicago, Cook, Illinois
Length of residence: 60 yrs
Lived on a farm: No
Name: Anna Sowinski
Date of death: Dec. 30, 1965, age 77 years
Date of birth: 2-22-1888
Birthplace: Poland
Citizen of what country? USA
Female, White, Widow, Home maker, At home
Father: Unknown Cyrwus
Mother's full maiden name: Not Known
In U.S. armed forces: No.
Social Security Number: Unknown
Informant Signature: S. M. Leonard, 7435 Talcott Avenue, Chicago, Illinois
Relationship of informant to deceased: Hosp. Records
Medical Cause of Death
Immediate cause: Acute congestive heart failure
Interval between onset and death: 12 hrs
Underlying cause: Coronary sclerosis, interval: unknown
Autopsy: Yes.
Other significant conditions contributing: acute pulmonary embolism; acute duodenal ulcers with gastro intestinal hemorrhage; Gangrene - left leg
Operation: 12/27/65, findings: Embolism, popliteac artery
Dr. S. A. Milewski
I hereby attended that I attended the deceased from Dec. 27, 1965, to Dec. 30, 1965, that I last saw the deceased alive on Dec. 30, 1965, and death occurred at 12:10 P.M. from the causes and on the date listed above.
Signed: Stanley A. Milewski, M.D., Dec. 30, 1965, 3929 N. Central Avenue, Chicago Illinois
Burial: 1-3-66, cemetery: St. Adalberts, location: Niles, Cook, Illinois
Funeral director: Potenek Funeral Home, Roy J. Gaseor(?), 5735 Fullerton, Chicago Illinois
Received for filing on: Dec 31 1965, Samuel L. ???, local registrar
Stamped Jan 17, 1995
Source: Illinois Department of Public Health, Bureau of Vital Statistics, Medical Certificate of Death state file number 91183 (1965), Anna Sowinski. 
 
38 State Hospital for the Insane
History of Northeast Missouri, Chapter XII, by Ovid Bell, Fulton 
 
39 Living
(At least one living individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
40 The Barnard Line in Canada
Introduction to the Barnard line in Canada, descended through Francis Barnard's grandson Ebenezer. Family history and genealogy "list" written by Julienne Barnard (1892-1986), a 9th generation descendant of Francis. With updated information by André Barnard (10th generation). Document provided by André Barnard (son of 10-André). Written in French. 
 
41 The Book of Prominent Pennsylvanians
Page 129 is the biography of Stewart Archibald Davis, born 21 July 1867 at Blairsville, Indiana, Pennsylvania. Parents are Stewart Davis and Amanda J. De Vinney. The Book of Prominent Pennsylvanians: A Standard Reference By University Library System, Digital Research Library, University of Pittsburgh Published by Leader Publ., 1913 Original from the New York Public Library Digitized Jun 25, 2007 253 pages Available on Google Books: http://books.google.com/books?id=K-QDAAAAYAAJ
( My local file name: The_Book_of_Prominent_Pennsylvanians.pdf )
 
 
42 The Early Barnard Settlers
The earliest Barnard immigrations to North America. Sorting the erroneous claims out from the most probable. 
 
43 The Early Barnards of Massachusetts and Connecticut
Francis Barnard's emigration from England to Massachusetts (ca. 1634), life in Massachusetts and Connecticut, and relation to other early Barnard lines of early North America. 
 
44 The English Ancestry of Reinold and Matthew Marvin of Hartford, Ct., 1638
Pages 111-112 present the interesting conclusion that Hannah Marvin/Meruell is not a sister of Reinold and Matthew Marvin, and probably did not have the surname Marvin at all. The English Ancestry of Reinold and Matthew Marvin of Hartford, Ct., 1638: Their Homes and Parish Churches By William Theophilus Rogers Marvin Published by Priv. print [T. R. Marvin & son, printers], 1900 Original from the New York Public Library Digitized Mar 14, 2008 184 pages Available on Google Books: http://books.google.com/books?id=VxEXAAAAYAAJ
( My local file name: The_English_Ancestry_of_Reinold_and_Matt.pdf )
 
 
45 The Foote Family
Page 271 discusses both wives of Francis Barnard, including the pre-nuptial agreement recorded with Frances (Foote) Dickinson. The Foote Family: Or, The Descendants of Nathaniel Foote, One of the First Settlers of Wethersfield, Conn., with Genealogical Notes of Pasco Foote, who Settled in Salem, Mass., and John Foote and Others of the Name, who Settled More Recently in New York By Nathaniel Goodwin Published by Press of Case, Tiffany and company, 1849 Original from Harvard University Digitized Sep 19, 2006 360 pages Available from Google Books: http://books.google.com/books?id=M1N2rD9tnlcC
( My local file name: The_Foote_Family.pdf )
 
 
46 The Higleys and their ancestry. An old colonial family (1896)
Sally Higley married George Barnard. Author: Johnson, Mary Coffin, b. 1834 Subject: Higley family Publisher: New York : D. Appleton and Co. Possible copyright status: NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT Language: English Call number: srlf_ucla:LAGE-1834201 Digitizing sponsor: MSN Book contributor: University of California Libraries Copyright-evidence-operator: james-hixon Copyright-region: US Copyright-evidence: Evidence reported by james-hixon for item higleystheirance00johniala on March 28, 2007: no visible notice of copyright; stated date is 1896. Copyright-evidence-date: 20070328030623 Scanningcenter: iala Mediatype: texts Collection-library: srlf_ucla Identifier-bib: LAGE-1834201 Identifier-access: http://www.archive.org/details/higleystheirance00johniala Identifier: higleystheirance00johniala Imagecount: 858 Ppi: 400 Lcamid: 1020705142 Rcamid: 1020707124 Camera: 5D Operator: scanner-kelly-critch@... Scanner: iala5 Scandate: 20070328183017 Identifier-ark: ark:/13960/t1wd3rj4m Bookplateleaf: 4 Sponsordate: 20070331
( My local file name: higleystheirance00johniala.pdf )
 
 
47 The Marshall Family
Pages 164-165 contain the biography of James Harvey Marshall who married Margaret Barnard. Since his next youngest brother is John McKee Marshall, there is undoubtedly another McKee connection here as well. The Marshall Family: A History of the Descendants of William Marshall (born 1722, Died 1796) By Oscar Sloan Marshall Published by Steam Press of Reichert Bros., 1884 Original from the University of Wisconsin - Madison Digitized May 31, 2007 245 pages Available on Google Books: http://books.google.com/books?id=RMM1AAAAMAAJ
( My local file name: The_Marshall_Family.pdf )
 
 
48 The Missouri School for the Deaf
History of Northeast Missouri, Chapter XII, by Ovid Bell, Fulton 
 
49 The New England Historical and Genealogical Register 1883-98
Page 115 begins the biography of William Theophilus Rogers Marvin, A. M., L. H. D. (1832-1913). W. T. R. Marvin was the author of the "Reinold and Matthew Marvin" genealogies. Vols. 37-52, 1883-98, include section: Genealogical gleanings in England, by H. F. Waters. The New England Historical and Genealogical Register By Henry Fritz-Gilbert Waters, New England Historic Genealogical Society Published by The Society, 1914 Available from Google Books at http://books.google.com/books?id=hcyTX5-KfkAC.
( My local file name: The_New_England_Historical_and_Genealogi.pdf )
 
 
50 The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. XIII, 1859
Page 53 includes the marriage record of Francis Barnard and Hannah Meruell. The New England Historical and Genealogical Register By New England Historic Genealogical Society Published by New England Historic-Genealogical Society, 1859 Available on Google Books: http://books.google.com/books?id=54PTaKTLJroC
( My local file name: The_New_England_Historical_and_Genealogi_1859.pdf )
 
 

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