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Georgia Barnes Jones
It would be great if all you proud Barnes people would have a DNA Y-chromosome test so we can tell whoes who, Especially those Barnes from other countries who would like to hook up with we Barnes in the United States.
iam from rsa
are all you barnes head stong
Hello all the Barnes......, I am so glad to read so many posts from Barnes. I am forth generation since India got Independent and it was my great Grand Father William Barnes who decided to settled down in India in Chennai. Then after my Grand Father-Mr. James W. Barnes who settled in one of the states named as Gujarat and so since last more than 60-65 years we are in this state. Till my knowledge we have never met Barnes surname people else in India except my own cousins residing in the parts of other state of India known as Maharashtra. My father-Mr.Stanislaus J. Barnes tried to find people with same surname but we could not so it would be great if any one residing with same surname get into contact with us.
Yup my family is very head strong. Hard workers too. I'm from australia
Its great to see so many. I mean I always wanted to know the geneology of the name.
Btw. Im from Trinidad 5th Gen
Hey fellow Barnes'. I think it is really cool that there are so many Barnes' commenting hear. Love you all from Australia
My birth name is sharon Barnes my dads name was Norman frank Barnes I think he was from Southampton area not definite on that don't know anything about back round of my family and have not been able to find any relatives although I think he had brothers and sisters
Hi everyone I'm a Barnes from United Kingdom I canot find anyone or anything on my family history my dad died aged 61 over thirty years ago and I cannot find anyway of tracing family history my dad did have brothers and sisters from Southampton England as far as I know but keep looking but keep coming up against brick walls my dad was born in 1921
Christopher Barnes, Jr.
Yo,This Christopher Barnes and i would like to say there are many good first name before Barnes and I would like to say God bess use for letting use have the last name of Barnes
Yet another Barnes checking in from the eastern part of North Carolina. I can't say with any absolute certainty where my family originated. I know it came from England by the turn of the 19th century at least and there the trail ends. Family lore has it that our branch was not exactly the noblest of peoples and were run out of the country under odd circumstances. Now this is not something to be proud of but the lineage itself is said to trace back to the Scots lowlands. I really wish I knew the whole story since I grew up understanding that nic timeo nec sperno (neither fear nor despise) was our family coat of arms motto. Through the best of times and the worst of times, I'm still proud to have such a surname. God bless us all!
i cant figure this out my family is pretty much all german how did we come from enland??
I'm from Southeastern North Carolina, and I love being a Barnes! Rock on Barnes's where ever you might be!
Wow. Usually there's only trouble with so many Barnes around! I'm from Mississippi, and I have no idea how my family got the name or where we came from. But it's super cool to talk to my potential long lost relatives!
Hi I am from Jamaica, I am searching for my Barnes family linage, there are may Barnes in Jamaica and also In Trinidad and I was hoping to connect with them.
Ernesto Borio Barnes
Hi, we're from Argentina, our branch of Barnes came here on the XIX century from South Africa and before that from England of course.
John Scott Barnes
Hello, fellow Barnes. Another hard-headed Barnes here - currently near Richmond (Virginia, not England). I can only trace my lineage to around 1780 in Maryland. There's some evidence I'm descended from Richard Barnes, a bishop from South Lancashire in the 1500s. I hope to find some confirmation.
I'm looking for an Alfred/Albert Barnes who was a US GI in the 1950s, maybe you can help me , he would of spent time in the UK in Butonwood army base.
He is of Afro-American race . If you could help me My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
WOW, I had no clue there were so many Barnes'. I am from Washington, DC and apparently there are a number of Barnes' there. My grandmother is 1 of 19 so I have no idea how large my family is. I would like to know more though.
michael r barnes
Hey guys my names michael barnes, i live in county durham. in the north east of the uk. im trying to research my family history but i have a problem. My biological dad is called Randall (Andy) Barnes, he walked out on me, my brother, sisters and my mother. I have no contact with him. Because of this im finding it hard to follow my family tree if any one recognises my fathers name please let me know. My email is email@example.com
how many people has the same name
Gene Autry Barnes
Fraser Anthony Barnes
My dad was Dr. Felino Barnes (born in 1926) and his dad was Gregorio Barnes. We moved to the U.S. when I was 2, coming from the Philippines. I always thought our last name did not quite fit our origins, though my dad is a bit taller than many Filipinos. Anyone know of a Barnes that moved to the Philippines?
My father, also Aaron Barnes, was born an raised in Jamaica. I am beginning to speculate that the name Barnes has an English origin.
Christoper G. Barnes
I've lost my family trail to my great grandfather George E. Barnes in Arkansas. b. 1889 d. 1920 Was married to Martha Jane Tackett (she remarried) (nee. Treat). Any information would be awesome!