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Ebenezer Barnes

Soldiers of the Revolution and the War of 1812
Buried In McLean County, Illinois

by: Milo Custer - 1912

(Transcribed by: Teri Moncelle Colglazier)

Abbreviations

b. - born
ch. - children
d. - died
... - information unknown


Barnes, Ebenezer, b. ... County, Massachusetts, ...17...

[Military History in Pension Commissioner's Office, Washington, D. C.]

Settled at Barnes' Grove, (Named for him) Sec 33, in what is now Danvers Township, McLean County, Ill. about 1830, d. Barnes Grove (?) May 17, 1836. Buried in Stouts Grove Cemetery, (?) Sec 16, Danvers Township, McLean County, Ill.

( See Book A. Pages 24 and 47, County Commissioners Court Records, and Box 1, Case 53, Estate Files, McLean County, Ill. also Duis' "Good Old Times" 1874, Page 440. Information also from Charles Barnes, Grandson, Mound City, Kansas, 1912.)

Wife, Ruth (...) Barnes, Sons, Harrison Barnes, Ebenezer Barnes, Jr. [Other ch.?]



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