Francis Barnard Descendants
   The narratives and essays from "Francis Barnard (ca. 1616-1698) and his Descendants, A Genealogical Study," by Dr. Walther M. Barnard. Based on the book version of 08 November 2008.


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1About 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. 
 
2Sources of Information
Correspondents and other sources of information used in compiling Francis Barnard (ca. 1616-1698) and his Descendants, A Genealogical Study 
 
3The Early Barnard Settlers
The earliest Barnard immigrations to North America. Sorting the erroneous claims out from the most probable. 
 
4The 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. 
 
5Settling 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. 
 
6The 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… 
 
7The Wives and Children of Francis Barnard
Presents evidence answering these questions: Did Francis Barnard have a first wife named Mary Watson? Francis married Hannah in 1644, but was her maiden name Marvin, Merrill, or Meruell? Was Francis' child Joseph Barnard, Sr. born to Mary Watson, or Hannah Meruell? Evidence that Hannah died shortly after birth of youngest child, and that in 1677,… 
 


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