John Henry BARNETT William Robertson BARNETT John Miles BARNETT Albert Gallatin BARNETT Elijah Tresvan BARNETT Caroline BARNETT Louisa Jane BARNETT Lucinda Catherine BARNETT Sarah Elizabeth BARNETT Frances A BARNETT John Franklin BARNETT William A BARNETT Susan A BARNETT Peter Lee M BARNETT James C BARNETT Amanda BARNETT Mary Ellen BARNETT Amos BARNETT Minerva Taylor OWENS Harriett Minerva BARNETT Richard Beard BARNETT Samuel Davidson BARNETT Elizabeth Kissiah ROBERTSON Mini tree diagram
John B BARNETT

John B BARNETT8,9,7,10,5,6,4

about 18228 - 14th Feb 18971

Life History

about 1822

Born in Atlanta, Dekalb, Georgia.1,5,6,4

(most likely)

1822

Born in Georgia.8

(less likely)

about 1824

Born in Morgan County, Georgia.7,2

(less likely)

about 1838

Birth of daughter Caroline BARNETT in Alabama.8

between 1838 and 1844

Resident Seminole Wars service and Marriage in Alabama.1,2

7th Jan 1841

Married Minerva Taylor OWENS in Cedar Bluff, Cherokee, Alabama.1,39,4

about 1842

Birth of daughter Louisa Jane BARNETT in Alabama.8,7

5th Dec 1845

Birth of daughter Lucinda Catherine BARNETT in Tishomingo County, Mississippi.11,12,13,14,7,8

about 1846

Birth of daughter Sarah Elizabeth BARNETT in Alabama.8,15,7

about 1849

Birth of daughter Frances A BARNETT in Mississippi.16,8,7,17

7th Aug 1850

Birth of son John Franklin BARNETT in Lee County, Mississippi.4,15,8,18,7

about 1852

Birth of son William A BARNETT in Mississippi.7,6,19

Aug 1855

Birth of daughter Susan A BARNETT in Itawamba County, Mississipp.6,20,21,22,7,23,24

18th Jul 1856

Birth of son Peter Lee M BARNETT in Mississippi.21,7,1

Oct 1856

Birth of son James C BARNETT in Mississippi.25,26,27,21,7

4th Nov 1859

Birth of daughter Amanda BARNETT in Prentiss County, Mississippi.7,21,28,29,30

31st Jan 1861

Birth of daughter Mary Ellen BARNETT in Baldwyn, Prentiss, Mississippi.31,32,33,34,35,6,21,4,36,37,38

about 1862

Birth of son Amos BARNETT in Mississippi.21

1870

Residence3 in Booneville, Prentiss, Mississippi.5

Jul 1878

Death of daughter Sarah Elizabeth BARNETT in Prentiss County, Mississippi.4

24th Oct 1889

Death of son William A BARNETT

3rd Nov 1889

Death of son Peter Lee M BARNETT in Gainsesville, Cooke, Texas.1

1892

Residence4: Retired, address for Indian War pension in Marietta, Pickens County, Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory.1

14th Feb 1897

Died in Arnoldville, Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory.3,4

(most likely)

Pneumonia; after an illness of about a week

14th Feb 1897

Died in Orinne, Love, Oklahoma.1

(less likely)

18th Feb 1897

Buried in Arnoldville, Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory.3,4

Notes

  • Birth reports have the birth date of John B Barnett from 1814 to 1824. Most census age reports would place his birth about 1822-1824.Several genealogies report his father was one John Henry Barnett, withhis mother's name unknown, and his stepmother as Mary ElizabethHudson.

    But the date of birth of 1814 on John Henry Barnett's grave does notallow him to be the father of John B Barnett, because John B was bornin 1822, when John Henry would have been only 8 years old.  And somegenealogies have John B's birth date as 1813!  It appears two familieshave been confused.  None of those genealogies discuss or providedocumentation or even acknowledge this problem.

    But one genealogy I found has a credible report of parents of John BBarnett, who married Minerva Owens, John H Barnett as we expect andElizabeth Robertson.  John is reported born in 1785 and Elizabeth in1788.  This couple, according to this genealogy, has two childrennamed John, a phenomenon we find frequently in families of this eraand into the late 1800s.  John Miles Barnett is reported born in 1880,and John B Barnett is reported born in 1815.

    John H Barnett
    Birth 11 Apr 1785 in  Prince Edward, Virginia
    Death 3 Nov 1844 in  Madison, Tennessee
    Parents:
    John Barnett 1763 - 1807
    Mary Carter 1765 - 1810
    Marriage 08 Jan 1807 to Elizabeth Robertson
    Birth 8 Jan 1788 in Georgia
    Death 29 Nov 1875 in Madison, Tennessee
    Children:
    William R Barnett 1808 - 1885
    John Miles Barnett 1809 - 1891
    Albert Gelatin Barnett 1811 - 1852
    John B Barnett 1815 - 1897
    Elijah T Barnett 1821 - 1859
    Harriet Minerva Barnett b 1824
    Richard Beard Barnett b 1830
    Samuel Davidson Barnett b 1833
    --  Hicks-Boren,http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/26624573/person/1903806275

    Elizabeth's birth in Georgia provides a connection with John B'sbirthplace in Georgia.  His parents moved on to Tennessee where theydied.  John B and his wife Minerva Owens moved to Mississippi, beforemoving on to Indian Territory.  Minerva was part Cherokee, her motherDeborah Ross reported to be a niece of Chief John Ross.

    Researcher Kay Harper reports the following information on the sonJohn B Barnett.

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    Military: In 1836 John Barnett served as substitute for his brother,William R. Barnett in the "Seminolian Florida War."

    Also he enlisted at Fort Payne, Alabama as private in the AlabamaVolunteers on 12 Mar 1838 in the Indian Wars, was discharged 22 July1838 at Fort Payne. This information comes from the form "Declarationof Survivor for Pension, Indian War Service Pension" filed by John B.Barnett on 12 Aug 1892, a resident of Marietta in the ChickasawNation, Indian Territory, Ok.

    Personal History: According to military pension records, the Barnettfamily lived in Cedar Bluff, Al; Carrollville, Ms; Baldwin, Ms;Graham, Tx; Arnoldville, Ok; Sivells Bend, Tx and Marietta, Ok.
    --  Kay Harper,http://awtc.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=katty&id=I16762
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    The 1824 birth date would make this impossible, because he would havebeen 12 or less when he went to the war.  This favors the birth dateof 1814.  If he was born in 1814, he would have been 22 years old in1836.  Other factors put the weight of likelihood on the 1814 date.The birth location varies as well as the date, which seems to indicatesome confusion of individuals with the same name.  The earlier date isassociated with DeKalb County, Georgia.

    But the early date, and even the 1824 date is too early for hispurported father's birth date, reported by a family genealogy (seebelow) as 14 August 1813.  But John was married in 1841, so it couldnot have been much later than 1822-1824.  If 1824, he would have beenabout 17 in 1841.  Another problem is that their first daughterCaroline is reported to have been born in 1838, three years before themarriage of her parents!

    Also in regard to the information in petitions for the pension, SusanBall reports from her research:
    "In affidavits filed in pursuit of this pension, John B. Barnettstates that he is called John B. to distinguish himself from hisfather, John.  John B. Barnett further states that he was born inMorgan County, Georgia, moved to Cherokee County, Alabama (prior to1838) and moved to Mississippi about 1844."
    --  Susan Ball, RootsWeb Lists,http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/TXMILAM/2007-05/1179752184

    This statement by John about the year they moved to Mississippi isconsistent with the ages of the children reported in the 1850 census.Some genealogies provide more detail about his parents and family.This genealogy has only one wife for John B's father, John H Barnett,named Mary Elizabeth Hudson.  But this is not John's mother.  MaryElizabeth was born in 1920, and married John Henry Barnett in 1838,while John B himself married in 1841.

    But notice also that John Henry Barnett, who is supposed to be JohnB's father, is here reported to have been born in 1813, only a year ortwo before John B himself!  While other sources report that John BBarnett's father was John H, the information reported here cannot befor that John H.  These appear to be the parents of John WesleyBarnett, born in Alabama.  Despite its errors, this genealogy doeshave one child left out by some other genealogies.  The child namedMandaray here appears to represent Amanda.

    John B BARNETT
    Birth 1814 in Atlanta, De Kalb, Georgia
    Death 14 Feb 1897 in Orinne, Love, Oklahoma [buried in the ArnoldvilleCemetery, about 2 miles east of Orinne]
    Father John Henry Barnett
    Birth 14 Aug 1813 in Elbert, Georgia [this date is late for his son'sreported census ages, most putting his birth in 1822-24]
    Death 14 Mar 1875 in Standing Pine, Leake, Mississippi
    Step-Mother Mary Elizabeth Hudson Married 5 Apr 1838
    Birth 2 Feb 1820 in Elbert, Georgia
    Death 21 Mar 1879 in Leake, Mississippi
    Married 7 Jan 1841 to Minerva Taylor Owens
    Birth 1 July 1817 in South Carolina
    Death 1 July 1903 in Fort Gibson, Love, Oklahoma
    Children:
    Caroline Barnett b 1838
    Louise Jane Barnett b 1843
    Sarah Elizabeth Barnett 1846 - 1880
    Lucinda Catherine Barnett 1847 - 1902
    Francis D. Barnett 1849 - 1900
    John Franklin Barnett 1850 - 1914
    William A Barnett b 1852
    James C Barnett 1854 - 1920
    Peter Lee M Barnett 1856 - 1889
    Susan A Barnett 1857 - 1939
    Mandary Barnett 1859 - 1942
    Mary Ellen "Molly" Barnett 1861 - 1949
    Amos BARNETT b 1862
    -- Toni Boren,http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/28227842/person/12542351279

    The census month in 1850 was November, which meant most of thechildren had already had their birthday for that year.  The censusmonth in 1860 was June.  The age of the oldest child, Caroline, placesher birth before the marriage of John and Minerva in 1841.  Are theage reports that much off?

    1850 Federal Census, Itawamba County, Mississippi, 2 November,District 6, page 133 (scan 368), Hse #904, Fam #911
    John Barnett 28 M Farmer  Georgia [born abt 1822]
    Minerva Barnett 26 F South Carolina [born abt 1824]
    Caroline  Barnett 12 F Alabama [born abt 1838]
    Louisa J Barnett 9 F Alabama [born abt 1841]
    Elizabeth Barnett 7 F Alabama [born abt 1843]
    Lucinda K Barnett 5 F Mississippi [born abt 1845]
    Frances Barnett 4 F Mississippi [born abt 1846]
    John F Barnett 1 M Mississippi [born abt 1849]

    Child Lucinda is given the middle initial of K.  In the next censusshe is Lucinda C.  The likely name with these two initials isCatherine/Katherine.  I also found that Kay Harper has the middle nameas Catherine, so I am spelling the name that way, following the 1860census.

    We can tell from this census that John and Minerva married in Alabama,as their first three children were born there.  The oldest, Carolineappears to have been born in 1838, so they would have been marriedabout a year earlier.  But a date in 1841 is reported by some sources. The year of Caroline's birth matches the year that John enlisted inthe Alabama Volunteers, so this also supports a date of at least 1837in Alabama.  It could have been earlier.

    Following John's enlistment information and the 1850 census, we willsay that the family moved into Mississippi about 1844.  The problemwith this is that both 1860 and 1870 censuses report that SarahElizabeth was born in Alabama in 1846.  The 1859 census has earlierbirth dates with older ages than either of these censuses.  So ifSarah Elizabeth was born in Alabama in 1843, as the 1850 census says,or even 1844, they could have moved to Mississippi as early as1843-44.  People did not keep as close track and as specific detailson ages and births back then.

    The 1860 census reports John and Minerva's children as younger andthus born later than indicated by the 1850 census.  In the 1850census, the age of Elizabeth is 7, which indicates a birth of about1843 in Alabama.  But in 1860 her age is 14 (only 7 years gained inthe 10-year period!), which would make it appear she was born in 1846in Alabama.  If John was right about moving to Mississippi in 1844,then the ages in the census of 1850 are closer.  And in general wewould expect the children's age reports to be more accurate at ayounger age.  There is an obvious difference between a 4 year old anda 7 year old!  Surely in 1850 her parents would not report her to be 7years old when she is 4!

    1860 Federal Census, Itawamba County, Mississippi, 20 June, PO GunTown, page 1 (scan 219), Hse/Fam #2
    Barnett, John 36 M Farmer  $200 real $1125 personal  Georgia [born abt1824]
    Barnett, Minerva 38 F South Carolina [born abt 1822]
    Barnett, Louisa J 17 F Alabama [born abt 1843]
    Barnett, Sarah E 14 F Alabama [born abt 1846]
    Barnett, Lucinda C 12 F Mississippi [born abt 1848]
    Barnett, Francis (Frances) A 11 F Mississippi [born abt 1849]
    Barnett, John F  10 M Mississippi [born abt 1850]
    Barnett, William A  8 M Mississippi [born abt 1852]
    Barnett, Lee M 7 M Mississippi [born abt 1853]
    Barnett, James C 6 M Mississippi [born abt 1854]
    Barnett, Susan A 3 F Mississippi [born abt 1857]
    Barnett, Manday [Mandy] 1 M Mississippi [born abt 1859]

    Sarah E matches Elizabeth in 1850 and 1870.

    John and Minerva switched birth years with the ages given in thiscensus.  I surmised that Louisa J was probably Louisa Jane.  KayHarper's Barnett genealogy indeed reports that as her full name.Larry Kingsley also has this name in his genealogy that includes theBarnett family.

    By 1870, they are in Prentiss County, Mississippi, near Booneville.The 1870 census gives us a birth year of 1848 for Lucinda Catherine,but her 1850 age yields a birth year of 1845.  They added 3 years toLucinda, not to mention that the census was earlier in 1870, and shemight not have had her birthday yet.  The same thing happened to SarahElizabeth.

    1870 Federal Census, Prentiss County, Mississippi, 11 June, POBooneville, Township 6 Range 7, pages 5-6 (scan 428), Hse/Fam #31
    (page 5)
    Barnett, John 55 M W Farmer $200 real $1125 personal Georgia [born abt1815]
    Barnett, Manerva 53 F W Keeping House Georgia [born abt 1817]
    Barnett, Elizabeth 24 F W Alabama [born abt 1846]
    Barnett, John F  19 M W Mississippi [born abt 1851]
    Barnett, William A  18 M W Mississippi [born abt 1852]
    (page 6)
    Barnett, Peter M 16 M W Mississippi [born abt 1854]
    Barnett, James C 15 M W Mississippi [born abt 1855]
    Barnett, Susan A 14 F W Mississippi [born abt 1856]
    Barnett, Amanda 12 F W Mississippi [born abt 1858]
    Barnett, Mary E 10 F W Mississippi [born bet June-Dec 1860]
    Barnett, Amos 8 M W Mississippi [born abt 1862]

    If the ages are right in this census (and we see that is not likely),they lived in Mississippi until after 1870.  I cannot tell when theymoved form Gun Town to Booneville.  But this might just be anindication of name changes or redistricting within Itawamba County.

    We find here in the ages of for John and Minerva one of those wondrouserrors in census ages.  Note that in 1860 John is 36 (thus born abt1824) and Minerva is 38 (thus born abt 1822).  The children's ages areabout 10 years greater in the 1870 census, but John ages 19 years andMinerva ages 15 in that period from June 1860 to June 1870!

    In 1870 John's age is reported as 55 (thus born about 1815) andMinerva (Manerva) 53 (thus born about 1817).  Also in this great spanof years, in 1860 Minerva is two years OLDER than John, but in 1870,she is two years YOUNGER.

    Minerva's place of birth has also changed from South Carolina toGeorgia, probably in the enumerator's inattention, copying the birthstate of her husband as a ditto for Minerva (Manerva).

    Elizabeth of 1850 was Sarah E in 1860, and has become Elizabeth againin 1870.  The child Lee M in 1860 matches Peter M in 1870.  Was hePeter Lee M?  Or Lee Peter M?

    I note here that the age for Susan matches a birth year of 1856, butin the 1900 census, the birth date is reported as August 1858.  In1860 her age of 3 would yield a birth year of 1858, for an Augustbirthday.

    The first daughter Louisa J is now out of the household.  Two otherdaughters are also now and apparently married; Lucinda and Francis(Frances).

    Mary E and Amos were born since the 1860 census.  Since Mary is 10years old, we may suppose that she was born between the June 1860census and December of 1860.

    Living a few houses away in 1870 was the Gooch family, whose son JesseA Gooch would marry John's daughter Amanda about 1877.

    A Barnett family genealogy by Kay Harper lists the children of thisfamily, which I will not include in my primary entries:
    1. Frances BARNETT b: 1849
    2. Mary Nancy Ellen 'Mollie' BARNETT b: 31 Jan 1861 in Prentiss Co,Miss
    3. Lucinda Catherine 'Katie' BARNETT b: 27 Dec 1847 in Wheeler, Ms
    4. Louisa J. (Jane) BARNETT b: 1843 in Ala
    5. Sarah E. (Elizabeth) BARNETT b: 1846 in Ala
    6. John F. BARNETT b: 1850 in Ms
    7. William A. BARNETT b: 1852 in Ms
    8. James C. BARNETT b: 1854
    9. Susan A. BARNETT b: 1856
    10. Peter M. BARNETT b: 18 Jul 1856 in Ms
    11. Amos BARNETT b: 1862
    --  Kay Harper,http://awtc.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=katty&id=I16762

    There is a child of this family missing from Kay's and another Barnettgenealogy I found.  She is listed in two censuses I have found.  Sheis Amanda, age 12 in 1870, and reported as Manday (for Mandy), age 1,in 1860.  Larry Kingsley includes Amanda in his genealogy of severalfamilies that includes this Barnett family.
    --  Larry Kingsley,http://awtc.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=ldkingsley&id=I02794

    Some genealogies have one child as Susan Amanda.  Susan always appearsin censuses as Susan A, but I have never seen the name Amanda in anyrecords, only in genealogies, without any source or documentation.Since there was a younger child, Mandy, a standard nickname forAmanda, it seems certain that Amanda was a younger daughter of thisfamily, not the same child as Susan A.

    John and Minerva moved to Texas in the 1870s.  Their son James C isliving next to them in the 1880 census in Young County, Texas.  Jamesand his wife have one son, 1-year-old Christopher.  Christopher isreported as 1 year old and born in Texas.  I have not identified theward William Hays.

    1880 Federal Census, Young County, Texas, 13 June, Precinct 2,District 168, page 17, Hse #144, Fam #148
    Barnet, John  W M 64   Farmer GA GA GA [b abt 1826]
    Barnet, Menerva W F 56 Wife Keeping House SC VA SC [b abt 1824]
    Barnet, William A  W M 25 Son Single Farmer MS GA SC [b abt 1855]
    Barnet, Susen A  W F 22 Dau Single Keeping House MS GA SC [b abt 1858]
    Barnet, Mary E  W F 18 Dau Single Farm Laborer MS GA SC [b abt 1862]
    Hays, William  W M 12 Ward Single Works on Farm TN -- TN [b abt 1868]

    Next door is John and Minerva's son James C and his family.

    1880 Federal Census, Young County, Texas, 13 June, Precinct 2,District 168, page 17, Hse #145, Fam #149
    Barnet, James C  W M 22   Farmer MS GA GA [b abt 1858]
    Barnet, Christina  W F 20 Wife Keeping House IL -- -- [b abt 1860]
    Barnet, Christopher  W M 1 Son Single TX MS IL [b abt 1879]

    According to Barnett family genealogies, John died 14 February 1897.Kay Harper gives his place of death as Orinne, Love County, Oklahoma.This is helpful, and confirms the exact location, but is ananachronism.  This was Chickasaw Nation until 1907, when Chickasaw wascombined with other Nations and the Oklahoma Territory farther westand north to form the State of Oklahoma.

    Larry Kingsley says John's place of death is Arnoldville, near Orinne. He also reports burial in Arnoldville.  Because of this additionaldetail and the burial information, I am following Larry on this.Notes on the communities and cemeteries is also included in John'sextensive memorial on Find a Grave.  Arnodville and Orinne were closeto each other.

    In the 1900 census, we find Minerva living in Chickasaw Nation, thepart that became Love County, with her son James and his wifeChristina.  There are 4 men living with them as boarders.  James islisted as a farmer, and his son Christopher is working on the farm.His biosgraphy ion Find a Grave incldes his obituary which reports hemovd to the Territory 15 years before his death, which would be about1882.

    Note that child number 2 in Kay Harper's genealogy has three givennames:  Mary Nancy Ellen.  This is the only place I have seen the nameNancy for this daughter.  Two other genealogies have her as MaryEllen.  All three give Mollie as her nickname, a common nickname forMary in the 1800s.

    The genealogy by Larry Kingsley joins Kay Harper in giving the middlename of Lucinda:  Lucinda Catherine.  Kay Harper gives her nickname asKatie.  Larry gives the nickname Bette for Sarah Elizabeth.

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    John B. Barnett

    Birth 1814, Atlanta, DeKalb County, Georgia, USA
    Death Feb 14, 1897 Love County, Oklahoma, USA [it was Chickasaw Nationat that time]

    His Wife is Manerva Taylor Owens Barnett.  They were married January07, 1841.

    He served in the Seminolian Florida War in 1836 as a substitute forhis Brother, William R. Barnett.  On March 12, 1838 he enlisted in theIndian War as a Private in the Alabama Volunteers at Fort Payne,Alabama. He was discharged July 22, 1838.

    John B. Barnett, who Resided 6 Miles East of Town near Orine, passedPeacefully to another world on Sunday, February 14, 1897, after anillness of about a week with Pneumonia.

    He was laid to Rest on Thursday, February 18, 1897.

    Mr. BARNETTE was the Father of 12 Children, who reached the age oftwenty.  Six of these were with their Aged Father, still survive him.

    Mr. BARNETTE came to this Territory about 15 years ago and had alwaysenjoyed good health until about a week before his death which camePeacefully, and the Spirit of this Brave Pioneer passed to thejudgement.

    Their Daughter Sarah Elizabeth "Bette" Barnett married DanielWashington "Tuck" Kingsley.

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    Additional Information Provided By "Wvy, Contributor No. 46555353.Thank You Very Much!

    DOCUMENTED:
    #1> His Burial is at Arnoldville Cemetery, Love County, OK; not OrinneCemetery as reported on many Ancestry Family Trees.
    #2> Arnoldville Cemetery is Listed as being 4 Miles West of Marietta.Post Office from 1885 to 1899; Very Large Cemetery; No Longer InExistence; a Deserted Cemetery remains.
    #3> Arnoldville, Love County, OK at one time, in the 1880s, was a goodsize Community, but closed its Post Office in 1889; and disappeared.
    #4> Family Trees on RootsWeb show the Burial of Mr. Barnett atArnoldville Cemetery, Love County, OK.
    #5> Ancestry Listings Incorrectly show his Burial as being in OrinneCemetery.
    #6> Orinne was Changed to Greenville; Located 6 Miles North ofMarietta; Post Office Name Changed to Greenville in 1902 andDiscontinued in 1909;
    #7> Confusion possibly because of the proximity of the AbandonedArnoldville, OK or Abandoned Arnoldville Cemetery to that of theOriginal Name and Location of Orinne, OK.
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    Children:
    Lucinda Katherine Barnett Rogers (1845 - 1902)
    John Franklin Barnett (1850 - 1914)
    Susan A Barnett Green (1856 - 1939)
    Amanda 'Danie' Barnett Ridge (1859 - 1942)
    Mary Ellen Barnett Black (1862 - 1949)

    Burial Arnoldville (SW of Marietta), Love County, Oklahoma, USA

    Created by Sue Moore-Hardy Jan 18, 2009
    --  Find A Grave Memorial #33022985,http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=33022985
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