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									Barnes
1 March 2012

                             VIRGIN ISLANDS FAMILIES

                                    Barentz/Barnes/Barns
                                                Origin:

    Related Families: Books, Coakley, Krause, Nelthropp, Robinson, Shea, Smith,
            Smothergill, Tatem, Usher, Veeder, Washington, Watlington

                                      V.I. Location: St. Croix

                                  Contributor: Svend E. Holsoe


Resident at 2b Queen’s Street, Frederiksted:

       Mary Barnes was living in 1824, at 2b Queen’s Street, Frederiksted, classified as
an adult free colored person. 1

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Residents of 45 Prince’s Street, Frederiksted:

          Daniel Barnes was born on St. Croix in about 1772. 2
          He was listed as a mulatto. 3
          He received his Freedom Certificate on 2 May 1798. 4
          He had a relationship with Louisa Shea, who was born on St. Croix in about
1780. 5
        She received her Freedom Certificate on 29 June 1795. 6
        In 1815, they were living at 45 Prince’s Street, Frederiksted, and he was
employed as a Tailor and was a member of the Free Corps, and he had a Blue and Red
Uniform and a good Broad Sword, and she was employed as a Seamstress.7
        In 1824, they were living at 45 Prince’s Street, Frederiksted and classified as an
adult free colored. 8
        In 1831, he is listed in the Frederiksted Free Colored Census.9
        He died on 13 June 1831, a mulatto and free.10

1
  RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1824 Frederiksted Jurisdiction Census, f. 22, 2b Queen’s Street.
2
  RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, 45 Prince’s Street.
3
  Frederiksted Lutheran Mission Church, Church Book, 1805-1831, 1809, baptism no. 55.
4
  NARA, RG55, Entry 215/Box 583/M 1883/Roll 3, Isaac Barnes.
5
  RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, 45 Prince’s Street.
6
  RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, 45 Prince’s Street.
7
  RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, 45 Prince’s Street.
8
  RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1824 Frederiksted Jurisdiction Census, f. 22, 45 Prince’s Street.
9
  NARA, RG55, Entry 215, Box 583, (M 1883, Roll 3), Free Black Men.


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        By 1850, her Property, 45 Prince’s Street, Frederiksted, belonged to her heirs.11

        Children of Daniel Barnes and Louisa Shea:

        1.   i.     Isaac Barnes, b. c1808, d. 23 September 1810
        2.   ii.    Richard Barnes, b. c1811
        3.   iii.   Julianna Barnes, b. 1815, 21 May 1819
        4.   iv.    Isaac Banes, b. 4 April 1817

       1. Isaac Barnes was born in about 1808 and was baptized on 19 March 1809 in
the Frederiksted Lutheran Mission Church, and he was classified as a free mulatto, his
mother as a free mustice and the father as a mulatto. 12
       He died on 23 September 1810. 13

        2. Richard Barnes was born in about 1811 and was baptized on 6 November
1811 in the Frederiksted Lutheran Mission Church, classified as a free mustice, his
mother as a free mustice and the father as free. 14
        In 1815, he was living at 45 Prince’s Street, Frederiksted, and he had no Freedom
Certificate. 15
        In 1824, he was living at 45 Prince’s Street, Frederiksted, classified as free
colored and under the age of 15 years old. 16
        He died on 8 March 1826, a free mulatto. 17
        The baptismal record indicates “dead,” but no date is given. 18
        [He is not in the 1831 Frederiksted Free Colored Census, nor in the 1841 Census
– SEH.]

       3. Julianna Barnes was born in about 1815 and was baptized on 17 September
1815 in the Frederiksted Lutheran Mission Church and she was classified as a free
mulatto and her mother as a free mustice and her father as a free mulatto. 19
       She died on 21 May 1819. 20

       4. Isaac Barnes was born in Frederiksted, St. Croix21 on 4 April 1817 and was
baptized on 4 May 1817 in the Frederiksted Lutheran Mission Church, classified as a free
mulatto, whose both parents were free mulattoes.22


10
   Frederiksted Lutheran Church, Burials 1824-1854, f. 21, 13 June 1831.
11
   RA, St. Croix Census, 1850, Frederiksted, 45 Prince’s Street.
12
   Frederiksted Lutheran Mission Church, Church Book, 1805-1831, 1809, baptism no. 55.
13
   Frederiksted Lutheran Mission Church, Church Book, 1805-1831, 1809, baptism no. 55.
14
   Frederiksted Lutheran Mission Church, Church Book, 1805-1831, 1811, baptism no. 217.
15
   RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, 45 Prince’s Street.
16
   RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1824 Frederiksted Jurisdiction Census, f. 22, 45 Prince’s Street.
17
   Frederiksted Lutheran Church, Burials 1824-1854, f. 5, 8 March 1826.
18
   Frederiksted Lutheran Mission Church, Church Book, 1805-1831, 1809, baptism no. 55.
19
   Frederiksted Lutheran Mission Church, Church Book, 1805-1831, 1815, baptism no. 385.
20
   Frederiksted Lutheran Mission Church, Church Book, 1805-1831, 1815, baptism no. 385.
21
   RA, St. Croix Census, 1841, Free, Frederiksted, 45 Prince’s Street.
22
   Frederiksted Lutheran Mission Church, Church Book, 1805-1831, 1817, baptism no. 528.


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        In 1824, he was living at 45 Prince’s Street, Frederiksted, where he is listed as a
free colored under 15 years old.23
        In 1831, he was classified as a mustice, free born, and baptized in the Lutheran
Church, and living with his mother, Louisa Shea.24
        He was married on 9 September 1838 in the Frederiksted Lutheran Mission
Church to Johanna Books,25 who was born in Frederiksted, St. Croix26 in 1818 and was
baptized in the Lutheran Church. 27
        In 1841, they were living at 45 Prince’s Street, Frederiksted, free, married and
employed as a Carpenter and a Private in the Fire Corps, and she was employed as a
Seamstress. 28
        In October 1846, they were living with their children at 45 Prince’s Street,
Frederiksted, free, married and he was employed as a Joiner and a Private in the Fire
Corps. 29
        In 1850, they were still living at 45 Prince’s Street, Frederiksted, and he was
employed as a Joiner and she was supported by her husband.30
        In October 1860, they continued to live at his property at 45 Prince’s Street,
Frederiksted, and he was occupied as a Joiner. 31
        In October 1870, they were living at his property at 45 Prince’s Street,
Frederiksted, and he was occupied as a Joiner.32

        Children of Isaac and Johanna (Books) Barnes:

        1.   i.     Louisa Augusta Barnes, b. 1 August 1838
        2.   ii.    George Daniel Waldemar Barnes, b. 1 January 1840
        3.   iii.   Richard Julius Barnes, b. 6 July 1842
        4.   iv.    Louisa Augusta Barnes, b. 7 November 1844

       1. Louisa August Barnes was born on 1 August 1838 and on 4 November 1838
was baptized in the Frederiksted Lutheran Mission Church33

       2. George Daniel Waldemar Barnes was born in Frederiksted, St. Croix34 on 1
January 1840 and was baptized on 17 May 1840 a member of the Frederiksted Lutheran
Mission Church. 35
       In 1841, he was living with his parents at 45 Prince’s Street, Frederiksted.

23
   RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1824 Frederiksted Jurisdiction Census, f. 22, 45 Prince’s Street.
24
   NARA, RG55, Entry 215/Box 583/M 1883/Roll 3, 1831 Frederiksted Free Colored Census, Children,
Isaac Barnes.
25
   Frederiksted Lutheran Church, Church Book 1837-1865, f. 5, Marriages, no. 5.
26
   RA, St. Croix Census, 1841, Free, Frederiksted, 45 Prince’s Street.
27
   RA, St. Croix Census, 1846, Free, Frederiksted, 45 Prince’s Street.
28
   RA, St. Croix Census, 1841, Free, Frederiksted, 45 Prince’s Street.
29
   RA, St. Croix Census, 1846, Free, Frederiksted, 45 Prince’s Street.
30
   RA, St. Croix Census, 1850, Frederiksted, 45 Prince’s Street.
31
   RA, St. Croix Census, 1860, Frederiksted, 45 Prince’s Street.
32
   RA. St. Croix Census, 1870, Frederiksted, 45 Prince’s Street.
33
   Frederiksted Lutheran Mission Church, Church Book, 1831-1854, Baptism, 4 November 1838; she is not
listed in the 1841 census.
34
   RA, St. Croix Census, 1841, Free, Frederiksted, 45 Prince’s Street.
35
   Frederiksted Lutheran Mission Church, Church Book, 1831-1854, Baptism, 17 May 1840.


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        In October 1846, he was living with his parents and siblings at 45 Prince’s Street,
Frederiksted, supported by Isaac Barnes. 36
        In 1850, he was living at 45 Prince’s Street, Frederiksted with his parents and
siblings, supported by his parents. 37
        In October 1860, he was living at 45 Prince’s Street, Frederiksted with his parents
and siblings, employed as a Carpenter. 38
        In 1870, he was living at 18a King’s Street, Frederiksted, unmarried and
employed as a Goldsmith. 39

        3. Richard Julius Barnes was born on St. Croix40 on 6 July 1842 and was
baptized on 17 April 1843 in the Frederiksted Lutheran Mission Church. 41
        In October 1846, he was living with his parents and siblings at 45 Prince’s Street,
Frederiksted, supported by Isaac Barnes. 42
        In 1850, he was living at 45 Prince’s Street, Frederiksted with his parents and
siblings, supported by his parents. 43
        In October 1860, he was living at 45 Prince’s Street, Frederiksted with his parents
and siblings, employed as an Apprentice Clerk. 44
        He died a bachelor on 13 October 1898.45

        4. Louisa Augusta Barnes was born on St. Croix46 on 7 November 1844 and was
baptized on 11 May 1845 in the Frederiksted Lutheran Mission Church. 47
        In October 1846, she was living with her parents and siblings at 45 Prince’s
Street, Frederiksted, supported by Isaac Barnes. 48
        In 1850, she was living at 45 Prince’s Street, Frederiksted with her parents and
siblings, supported by her parents. 49
        She was confirmed in the Frederiksted Lutheran Mission Church in 1860. 50
        In October 1860, she was living at 45 Prince’s Street, Frederiksted with her
parents and siblings.51
        In October 1870, she was living with her parents at 45 Prince’s Street,
Frederiksted, unmarried. 52



36
   RA, St. Croix Census, 1846, Free, Frederiksted, 45 Prince’s Street.
37
   RA, St. Croix Census, 1850, Frederiksted, 45 Prince’s Street.
38
   RA, St. Croix Census, 1860, Frederiksted, 45 Prince’s Street.
39
   RA, St. Croix Census, 1870, Frederiksted, 18a King’s Street.
40
   RA, St. Croix Census, 1870, Frederiksted, 18a King’s Street.
41
   Frederiksted Lutheran Mission Church, Church Book, 1831-1854, Baptism, 17 April 1843.
42
   RA, St. Croix Census, 1846, Free, Frederiksted, 45 Prince’s Street.
43
   RA, St. Croix Census, 1850, Frederiksted, 45 Prince’s Street.
44
   RA, St. Croix Census, 1860, Frederiksted, 45 Prince’s Street.
45
   Frederiksted Lutheran Church Burials, 1878-1905, 13 October 1898.
46
   RA, St. Croix Census, 1870, Frederiksted, 18a King’s Street.
47
   Frederiksted Lutheran Mission Church, Church Book, 1831-1854, f. 66, Baptism, 11 May 1845.
48
   RA, St. Croix Census, 1846, Free, Frederiksted, 45 Prince’s Street.
49
   RA, St. Croix Census, 1850, Frederiksted, 45 Prince’s Street.
50
   Frederiksted Lutheran Mission Church, Church Book, 1831-1854, f. 66, Baptism, 11 May 1845.
51
   RA, St. Croix Census, 1860, Frederiksted, 45 Prince’s Street.
52
   RA. St. Croix Census, 1870, Frederiksted, 45 Prince’s Street.


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Residents at 46 Prince’s Street, Frederiksted:
       [In October 1841, Ann Tabitha Barnes owned the property. 53 She continued to
own the property in October 1850. 54 Not in 1860.]

        John Barnes was born on St. Croix in about 1765.
        He received his Freedom Certificate on 1 August 1800.
        In 1813, he, classified as a free mulatto, owned 46 Prince Street, Frederiksted,
with a house, which was empty. 55
        In 1815, he was living at 46 Prince’s Street, Frederiksted, employed as a
Shoemaker and superannuated from militia service. 56

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      William Barnes was born on St. Croix in about 1772. 57
      He was born free, but has no Freedom Certificate. 58
      In 1815, he was living at 46 Prince’s Street, Frederiksted, employed as a
Carpenter and exempted from militia service due to poor eye sight and had a Blue and
Red Uniform.59
      In 1824, he was resident at 46 Prince’s Street, Frederiksted, classified as a Full
Grown Free Colored Person. 60

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       Henry Barnes was born on St. Croix in about 1785. 61
       He was born free but had no Freedom Certificate. 62
       In 1815, he was living at 46 Prince’s Street, Frederiksted, employed as a Tailor
and a member of the Free Corps and had a Blue & Red Uniform. 63
       In 1824, he was resident at 46 Prince’s Street, Frederiksted, classified as a Full
Grown Free Colored Person. 64

       F. Barnes was in 1824 a resident at 46 Prince’s Street, Frederiksted, classified as
an adult Free Colored Person. 65



53
   RA, St. Croix Census, 1841, Free, Frederiksted, 46 Prince’s Street.
54
   RA, St. Croix Census, 1850, Frederiksted, 46 Prince’s Street.
55
   RA, VILA, 1813 Matricle, f. 59, Frederiksted, 46 Prince’s Street.
56
   RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, 46 Prince’s Street.
57
   RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, 45 Prince’s Street.
58
   RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, 45 Prince’s Street.
59
   RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, 45 Prince’s Street.
60
   RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1824 Frederiksted Jurisdiction Census, f. 22, 46 Prince’s Street.
61
   RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, 45 Prince’s Street.
62
   RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, 45 Prince’s Street.
63
   RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, 45 Prince’s Street.
64
   RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1824 Frederiksted Jurisdiction Census, f. 22, 46 Prince’s Street.
65
   RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1824 Frederiksted Jurisdiction Census, f. 22, 46 Prince’s Street.


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Residents at 47 Queen’s Street, Frederiksted:

      Anna Barnes was born on St. Croix in about 1761. 66
      She was born free, but in 1815, had no Freedom Certificate. 67
      In 1815, she was living at 47 Prince’s Street, Frederiksted, occupied as a
Seamstress. 68
      In 1824, she was resident at 47 Prince’s Street, Frederiksted, classified as a Full
Grown Free Colored Person. 69

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         Unknown Barnes had a relationship with an unknown woman. 70

         Children of Unknown Barnes:

         1. i.    Elizabeth Barnes, b. c1768
         2. ii.   Mary Barnes, b. c1780

        1. Elizabeth Barnes was born on St. Croix in about 1768. 71
        In 1813, she owned 47 Prince Street, Frederiksted, with a house, along with her
sister, Mary, and they were classified as free mulattoes.72
        She was born free, but in 1815, had no Freedom Certificate. 73
        In 1815, she was living at 47 Prince’s Street, Frederiksted, occupied as a
Seamstress. 74
        In 1824, she was resident at 47 Prince’s Street, Frederiksted, classified as a Full
Grown Free Colored Person. 75
        At the time of her death on 10 November 1835, she was a member of the
Anglican Church and free. 76

         Child of Elizabeth Barnes:

         3. i.    Ann Tabitha Barnes, b. c1796

        2. Mary Barnes was born in Frederiksted, St. Croix77 in about 178078 and was
baptized in the Anglican Church. 79

66
   RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, 47 Prince’s Street.
67
   RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, 47 Prince’s Street.
68
   RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, 47 Prince’s Street.
69
   RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1824 Frederiksted Jurisdiction Census, f. 22, 47 Prince’s Street.
70
   RA, VILA, 1813 Matricle, f. 59, Frederiksted, 47 Prince’s Street.
71
   RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, 47 Prince’s Street.
72
   RA, VILA, 1813 Matricle, f. 59, Frederiksted, 47 Prince’s Street.
73
   RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, 47 Prince’s Street.
74
   RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, 47 Prince’s Street.
75
   RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1824 Frederiksted Jurisdiction Census, f. 22, 47 Prince’s Street.
76
   Frederiksted Lutheran Church, Burial Journal, [1824-1854], 10 November 1835.
77
   RA, St. Croix Census, 1841, Free, Frederiksted, 47 Prince’s Street.


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         In 1813, she owned 47 Prince Street, Frederiksted, with a house, along with her
sister, Eliza[beth], and they were classified as free mulattoes.80
         She was born free, but in 1815, had no Freedom Certificate. 81
         In 1815, she was living at 47 Prince’s Street, Frederiksted, occupied as a
Seamstress. 82
         In 1824, she was resident at 4 Prince’s Street, Frederiksted, classified as a Full
Grown Free Colored Person. 83
         In October 1841, she was living at her property at 47 Prince’s Street, Frederiksted,
unmarried and supported as a Pensioner. 84
         In 1850, she continued to liver at her property at 47 Prince’s Street, Frederiksted,
unmarried and supported as a Pensioner. 85

       3. Ann Tabitha Barnes was born on St. Croix in about 179686 and was baptized
on 6 November 1796 in the Frederiksted Lutheran Mission Church, classified as free,
with the following sponsors: Doctor Veeder, John Barnes, Bar. Falkner, Ch. Aarestrup,
Madam Nebe, Madam Barnes, Miss Veeder, Miss Hayeeck & Miss Reb. Barnes.87
       She was born free, but in 1815, had no Freedom Certificate. 88
       In 1815, she was living at 47 Prince’s Street, Frederiksted, occupied as a
Seamstress. 89
       In 1824, she was resident at 47 Prince’s Street, Frederiksted, classified as a Full
Grown Free Colored Person.90
       In October 1841, she was living at 47 Prince’s Street, Frederiksted, unmarried and
supported as a Pensioner. 91 At the same time, she was the owner of 46 Prince’s Street,
Frederiksted. 92
       In 1850, she was living at 47 Prince’s Street, Frederiksted, unmarried and a
pensioner, the niece of Mary Barnes, the owner of the property. 93
       In October 1860, she was resident and the owner of 47 Prince’s Street,
Frederiksted.94
       In October 1870, she was resident at her property at 47 Prince’s Street,
Frederiksted, unmarried and blind. 95

78
   RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, 47 Prince’s Street.
79
   RA, St. Croix Census, 1841, Free, Frederiksted, 47 Prince’s Street.
80
   RA, VILA, 1813 Matricle, f. 59, Frederiksted, 47 Prince’s Street.
81
   RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, 47 Prince’s Street.
82
   RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, 47 Prince’s Street.
83
   RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1824 Frederiksted Jurisdiction Census, f. 22, 47 Prince’s Street.
84
   RA, St. Croix Census, 1841, Free, Frederiksted, 47 Prince’s Street.
85
   RA, St. Croix Census, 1850, Frederiksted, 47 Prince’s Street.
86
   RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, 47 Prince’s Street.
87
   Frederiksted Lutheran Mission Church, Church Book, 1788-1818, f. 30, baptism no. 181.
88
   RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, 47 Prince’s Street.
89
   RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, 47 Prince’s Street.
90
   RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1824 Frederiksted Jurisdiction Census, f. 22, 47 Prince’s Street.
91
   RA, St. Croix Census, 1841, Free, Frederiksted, 47 Prince’s Street.
92
   RA, St. Croix Census, 1841, Free, Frederiksted, 46 Prince’s Street.
93
   RA, St. Croix Census, 1850, Frederiksted, 47 Prince’s Street.
94
   RA, St. Croix Census, 1860, Frederiksted, 47 Prince’s Street.
95
   RA. St. Croix Census, 1870, Frederiksted, 47 Prince’s Street.


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       John Henry Barnes was born on St. Croix in about 1793.96
       He was born free, but in 1815, had no Freedom Certificate. 97
       In 1815, he was living at 47 Prince’s Street, Frederiksted, occupied as a Tailor
and a member of the Free Corps, and had a Blue & Red Uniform. 98
       In 1824, he was resident at 46 Prince’s Street, Frederiksted, classified as a Full
Grown Free Colored Person. 99

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        Ann M. Barnes was in 1824, a resident at 47 Prince’s Street, Frederiksted,
classified as a Full Grown Free Colored Person. 100

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         Charles Aug. Barnes was born on St. Croix in about 1804.101
         He was born free, but in 1815, had no Freedom Certificate. 102
         In 1815, he was living at 47 Prince’s Street, Frederiksted, and he was in school. 103


       George D. Barnes was born in Frederiksted, St. Croix in about 1828 and was
baptized in the Catholic Church. 104
       In October 1841, he was living at 47 Prince’s Street, Frederiksted and was
supported by his aunt. 105

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       George A. Barnes was born on St. Croix in about 1830 and was baptized in the
Catholic Church. 106
       In 1850, he was living at 47 Prince’s Street, Frederiksted, unmarried, a Joiner by
profession, and the grand nephew of Mary Barnes, who owned the property. 107




96
   RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, 47 Prince’s Street.
97
   RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, 47 Prince’s Street.
98
   RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, 47 Prince’s Street.
99
   RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1824 Frederiksted Jurisdiction Census, f. 22, 46 Prince’s Street.
100
    RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1824 Frederiksted Jurisdiction Census, f. 22, 47 Prince’s Street.
101
    RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, 47 Prince’s Street.
102
    RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, 47 Prince’s Street.
103
    RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, 47 Prince’s Street.
104
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1841, Free, Frederiksted, 47 Prince’s Street.
105
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1850, Frederiksted, 47 Prince’s Street.
106
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1850, Frederiksted, 47 Prince’s Street.
107
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1850, Frederiksted, 47 Prince’s Street.


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        Louisa [aka Laura] Barnes was born in Africa in about 1751 and was on St.
Croix since she was a child. 108 She was a member of the Moravian Church. 109
        She was freed by Samuel Hughue on 16 February 1801, and it was recorded on
      rd
the 23 of February in the Christiansted City Court.110 A Freedom Certificate was issued
by General Fuller on 1st August 1801. 111
        In 1816, she was living at Market Street, Christiansted, engaged as a
Seamstress.112

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         Lucy Barnes was born in Africa and arrived on St. Croix in about 1759. 113
         On 25 February 1795, she was granted a Freedom Certificate. 114
         In 1815, she was living at 66/67 Queen’s Street, Frederiksted, employed Grinding
Coffee. 115

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         Mary Barnes was born in Africa in about 1765 and arrived on St. Croix when
         116
young.
        On 16 November 1805, she received her Freedom Certificate. 117
        In 1815, she was living at 8 Market Street, Frederiksted and was engaged in
selling small articles. 118

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      Mary Barnes, when she died on 24 June 1832, was a member of the Catholic
Church and was classified as a free Black. 119

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        Andreas Barnes, a free black man, and his family, all total 5 individuals, were
living in Frederiksted in 1772.120
108
    RA, VILA, 1816 Christiansted Free Black Census, no. 510.
109
    RA, VILA, 1816 Christiansted Free Black Census, no. 510.
110
    NARA, RG55, Box 723, Register of Free Colored, 1816-1830.
111
    RA, VILA, 1816 Christiansted Free Black Census, no. 510.
112
    RA, VILA, 1816 Christiansted Free Black Census, no. 510.
113
    RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, 66/67 Queen’s Street.
114
    RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, 66/67 Queen’s Street.
115
    RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, 66/67 Queen’s Street.
116
    RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, 8 Market Street.
117
    RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, 8 Market Street.
118
    RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, 8 Market Street.
119
    Frederiksted Lutheran Church, Burial Journal, [1824-1854], 24 June 1832.
120
    RA, VILA, St. Croix Matricle, 1772, f. 57.


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      James William Barnes, a free black man, who, in 1780, was resident at 3b
Market Street, Frederiksted, purchased an African,121 probably from the Ship Ningo.
      See Appendix for property.


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      Elizabeth Barnes was born on St. Croix. 122
      On 19 June 1802, she received her Freedom Certificate from Walterstorff. 123
      In 1815, she was living at 10 Hospital Street, Frederiksted, engaged as a
Washer.124

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       Marote Barns was born on St. Croix in about 1771 and was baptized in the
Anglican Church.125
       In 1841, she was living, free, at 12 Strand Street, Frederiksted, unmarried and
supported by Mr. [George] Nelthropp.126

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       Frederik Barnes, who was born in about 1787, when he died on 16 September
1836, was a member of the Anglican Church, was a Tailor by profession, and died of
“Fortærelse.” 127


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       William Barnes was born on St. Croix in about 1810 and was baptized in the
Moravian Church. 128
       He was married to Cathrine, who was born on St. Croix in about 1808 and was
baptized in the Moravian Church. 129
       In October 1870, he was living with his wife at a property which he shared with
Elizabeth Battice at 37 Hospital Street, Frederiksted, married and occupied as a Porter. 130

121
    RA, VILA, St. Croix Matricle, 1780, f. 73.
122
    RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, 40 Hospital Street.
123
    RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, 40 Hospital Street.
124
    RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, 40 Hospital Street.
125
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1841, Free, Frederiksted, 12 Strand Street.
126
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1841, Free, Frederiksted, 12 Strand Street.
127
    Frederiksted Lutheran Church, Burial Journal, [1824-1854], 16 September 1836
128
    RA. St. Croix Census, 1870, Frederiksted, 37 Hospital Street.
129
    RA. St. Croix Census, 1870, Frederiksted, 37 Hospital Street.
130
    RA. St. Croix Census, 1870, Frederiksted, 37 Hospital Street.


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       Matthew Barnes was born in about 1713. 131
       He buried on 6 September 1761 in the Anglican Churchyard, in Christiansted,
aged 48.132

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       Isaac Barnes, in 1771, was a resident of Frederiksted, living alone with 1 capable
enslaved person. 133
       He along with unknown Smith, in 1772, are listed as owning at 12 Queen’s Street,
Frederiksted, and one man and 3 enslaved people were resident.134

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         John Barns, Junior, was a Doctor. 135
         In 1771, he was a Frederiksted resident, living alone with two capable enslaved
people. 136
        In 1772, owned 11 Strand Street, Frederiksted, but the house on it was blown
down in the 1772 hurricane, was listed as single with a group of enslaved people.137



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        John Barker Barnes was married on 1 October 1785 at Mr. Carden's residence
on St. Croix by the Anglican Minister to Judith Esther Coakley.138
        She was born on 17 March 1771 and was baptized on 19 March 1771 in the
Anglican Church.139

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         Children of Unknown Barentz/Barnes:

         1. i.       Daniel Henrich Barentz/Barnes
         2. ii.      Johan Henrich Barentz/Barnes
         3.
         4.

131
    St. John's Anglican Church, Church Book, Burials, 1761-1787, f. 1.
132
    St. John's Anglican Church, Church Book, Burials, 1761-1787, f. 1.
133
    RA, VILA, St. Croix Matricle, 1771, f. 19.
134
    RA, VILA, St. Croix Matricle, 1772, f. 55, 12 Queen’s Street.
135
    RA, VILA, St. Croix Matricle, 1772, f. 53, 11 Strand Street.
136
    RA, VILA, St. Croix Matricle, 1771, f. 19. His last name was spelled here, Barres.
137
    RA, VILA, St. Croix Matricle, 1772, f. 53, 11 Strand Street.
138
    St. John's Anglican Church, Christiansted, Church Book, Marriages, 1761-1787, f. 13.
139
    St. John’s Anglican Church, Christiansted, Church Book, Baptisms, 1760-1787, 19 March 1771.


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        1. Daniel [Henrich] Barnes [Barentz] was married to Debora.140
        In 1760, a man, a woman and 4 children were resident at his property 15 & 16
Northside A Quarter. 141
        In 1771, he and a child were resident at his property at 15 & 16 Northside A
Quarter. 142
        In 1772, he owned parts of nos. 15 & 16 Northside A Quarter, and he was resident
at 15, along with a son and a daughter, and enslaved people.143
        In September 1780, he and Johan Heinrich Barentz purchased Africans from the
Ship Ningo. 144
        In 1780, he owned 15a Northside A Quarter. 145
        In November 1781, he made a purchase of two Africans from the Ship
Fredensborg.146
        Again in 1784, he purchased Africans from the Frigate, Grev Ernst
Schimmelmann, presumably for estate North Hall, Northside A Quarter, which he
owned.147
        He died in about 1793. 148
        She died on 24 March 1806. 149
        [See his property in the Appendix.]


       2. John [Johan] Hendrich [Henrich] Barnes [Baerens/Barentz] was married
to Mary/Maria Tatem.
       In 1760, a man was resident at his property, 7, 22 & 9 West End Quarter. 150
       In March 1763, he purchased 2 African women from the Ship Fredrikshaab.151
       In July1763, he purchased 5 African men and 2 African women from the Ship
Christiansborg.152
       In 1771, he, his wife and one child were living at 7 [& 22] West End Quarter. 153
       In 1772, he owned 37 King’s Street, Frederiksted, but he and his family were not
resident there.154 Instead in 1772, the family consisting of one man, one woman, one boy




140
    RA, VILA, Skifte Sager, 53 Boxes.
141
    RA, VILA, St. Croix Matricle, 1760, f. 38, 15/16 Northside A Quarter.
142
    RA, VILA, St. Croix Matricle, 1771, f. 47, 15 & 16 Northside A Quarter.
143
    RA, VILA, St. Croix Matricle, 1772, f. 50, 15 & 16 Northside A Quarter.
144
    See RA, VILA, sales list from the Ningo.
145
    RA, VILA, St. Croix Matricle, 1780, f. 55.
146
    See RA, VILA, sales list from the Fredensborg.
147
    RA, St. Croix Matricle, 1784, 15 Northside A Quarter.
148
    RA, VILA, Skifte Sager, 53 Boxes.
149
    RA, VILA, Skifte Sager, 53 Boxes.
150
    RA, VILA, St. Croix Matricle, 1760, f. 35, 7 /22/9 West End Quarter.
151
    RA, Almindelige Handels Kompagnis, nr. 189, Udenlandske Regning Kopibog, Ltr. D, 1758-68.
152
    RA, Almindelige Handels Kompagnis, nr. 189, Udenlandske Regning Kopibog, Ltr. D, 1758-68.
153
    RA, VILA, St. Croix Matricle, 1771, f. 43, 7 & 22 West End Quarter.
154
    RA, VILA, St. Croix Matricle, 1772, f. 54, 37 King’s Street.


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and one girl were living at his property 7 West End Quarter, 155 and he owned parts of 22
& 24 West End Quarter, also. 156
       In September 1780, he and Daniel [Heinrich] Barentz purchased Africans from
the Ship Ningo. 157
       In 1780, he owned 7 West End Quarter.158
       He died about 31 August 1782. [He died between 1775-1777-see estate properties
in West End Quarter.]
       She subsequently married John Delaney.
       She died on about 6 April 1784.
       [See his property in the Appendix.]

        Children of John Hendrich and Mary (Tatem) Barnes:

        1. i.     John Henry/Hendrich Barnes, b. 1771
        2. ii.    Daniel E. Barnes, b. c1786 [c1774]
        3. iii.   Anna Margretha Barnes, c1781

        1. John Henry/Henderich Barnes was born on St. Croix in 1769159/1771.160
        He was a member of the Anglican Church. 161
        He was married to Deborah Smith, 162 who was born in about 1777.
        On 1 June 1794, he received a Burgher Certificate from General Walterstorff. 163
[Received Burgher Certificate on 20 April 1792, as a Planter, born on St. Croix.164]
        In 1797, they were living in Frederiksted.165
        She died on 4 March 1806.
        In 1807, he was a Planter. 166
        On 25 March 1807, he married in the St. Croix Danish Lutheran Church in
Frederiksted, Bethia Charlott Smith.167
        In 1815, he was living as a Planter at West End no. 7, estate Stony Ground, and he
was an Ensign in the Buff Company of the militia. 168 In 1815, he was the Owner and
Planter of estate Stony Ground, and had a Burgher Certificate issued by General
Walterstorff on 30 April 1792 and renewed by General Walterstorff 28th June 1802 and
by General Ramsay on 6 December 1813. 169
        He remarried.

155
    RA, VILA, St. Croix Matricle, 1772, f. 44, 7 West End Quarter.
156
    RA, VILA, St. Croix Matricle, 1772, f. 46, 22 & 24 West End Quarter.
157
    See RA, VILA, sales list from the Ningo.
158
    RA, VILA, St. Croix Matricle, 1780, f. 61.
159
    RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, West End Quarter no. 7, estate Stony Ground.
160
    RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, List of Adult Males, West End Quarter, no. 163.
161
    St. Croix Danish Lutheran Church, Church Book, 1797-1822, f. 32a.
162
    St. Croix Danish Lutheran Church, Church Book, 1797-1822, f. 3.
163
    RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, West End Quarter no. 7, estate Stony Ground.
164
    RA, VILA, Oath of Allegiance, 1815-1854, dated 13 September 1815.
165
    St. Croix Danish Lutheran Church, Church Book, 1797-1822, f. 3.
166
    St. Croix Danish Lutheran Church, Church Book, 1797-1822, f. 32a.
167
    St. Croix Danish Lutheran Church, Church Book, 1797-1822, f. 32a.
168
    RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, West End Quarter no. 7, estate Stony Ground.
169
    RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, List of Adult Males, West End, no. 163.


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        He died on 4 March 1822.

        Children of John Henry and Deborah (Smith) Barnes:

        4.   i.     Maria Smith Barnes, b. 28 June 1792, d. 26 June 1847 [27 April 1847]
        5.   ii.    Eliza Farrington Barnes, b. 15 August 1793, d. 7 April 1845
        6.   iii.   John Henry Barnes, b. 17 December 1796, d. 18 September 1848
        7.   iv.    Seth Barnes, b. c1799

        Children of John Henry and Bethia Charlott (Smith) Barnes:

        8. i.       Thomas Smith Barnes, b. 1 January 1808, d. 1 September 1851
        9. ii.      Richard Foster Barnes, b. 3 October 1809, d. 1860

        2. Daniel E. Barnes was born in about 1786. 170
        In 1815, he was living at 7a King Street, Frederiksted, aged 29, with no Burgher
Certificate and as an invalid not able to serve in the militia.171 He had previously been a
Planter, but in 1815, he was without employment.172

        3. Anna Margretha Barnes

       4. Maria Smith Barnes was born on St. Croix on 28 June 1792, and baptized in
the Anglican Church.
       She married, 20 July 1812, George Nelthropp, who was born on 10 July 1785 in
Copenhagen, Denmark.
       In 1824, they were living at 11 Strand Street, Frederiksted. 173
       She died on 26 June 1847, aged 51 of consumption and was buried in the
Frederiksted Anglican Graveyard.174
       He died on 24 September 1869, in Ringsner Vickerage, Sussex, England.

      5. Eliza Farrington Barnes was born on 15 August 1793.
      She was married in 19 July 1808 in the Anglican Church to William Henry
Krause,175 who was born on 14 December 1769.
      He died on 7 January 1841.
      She died on 7 April 1845, aged 51 years.176

       6. John Hendrich/Henry Barnes was born on 17 December 1796, and was
baptized in the Danish Lutheran Church, Frederiksted on 22 October 1797.177 [baptized
Anglican, 18 Oct. 1796178]

170
    RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, List of Adult Males, no. 40.
171
    RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, 7a King Street.
172
    RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, List of Adult Males, Frederiksted, no. 40.
173
    RA, VILA, 1824 Frederiksted Census.
174
    St. Paul’s Anglican Church, Frederiksted, Church Book, 1835-1850[?], f. 140, Free Deaths, no. 209.
175
    St. John’s Anglican Church, Church Book, 1797-1841, Marriage, 19 July 1808.
176
    Tombstone, St. Paul’s Anglican Church, Frederiksted.
177
    St. Croix Danish Lutheran Church, Church Book, 1797-1822, f. 3.
178
    RA, St. Croix Census, Free, Northside 16/17, estate Rose Hill.


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         In 1815, he was living at 45 Strand Street, Frederiksted, aged 42, possessing a
Burgher Certificate, engaged as a Planter, and a member of the Buff Company of the
militia. 179 He was living with his uncle, Thomas Smith. 180
         In 1824, he was living at 11 Strand Street, Frederiksted with his sister, Maria
Smith Barnes and her husband, George Nelthropp.181
         He had a relationship with Jane Elizabeth Veeder, who was born on St. Croix in
about 1800, and was baptized in St. John's Anglican Church, Christiansted, on 19 June
1800.
         She was listed in official records as a mulatto.182
         In 1824, she was living at 43-44 Queens Street, Frederiksted with her two
children.183
         In October 1846, he was living with his sister, Maria Smith Barnes, married,
Nelthropp, and her husband, and his children at estate Mount Washington, Northside A
Quarter, unmarried, and exempted from the militia. 184
         In October 1847, he was living at estate Rose Hill (Northside A, nos. 16/17),
unmarried and employed as a Planter.185
         On 2 January 1848, she was married in Christiansted to Martin Luther
Daguilard.186
         A John Barnes, aged 46, a member of the Anglican Church, died of fever and was
buried in the Anglican graveyard on 23 July 1848.187 He was listed as formerly a planter,
and unmarried.188
         She died on St. Croix on 18 September 1848.189

         Children of John Henry Barnes and Jane Elizabeth Veeder:
         10. i. Sidney Smith Barnes, b. c1822, d. c5 April 1848.
         11. ii. Anne R. Barnes, d. after 5 April 1848.

         Children of John Henry Barnes:

         12. i. A. Barnes, b. c1838
         13 ii. N. A. Barnes, b. c1842

         7. Seth Barnes was born on St. Croix in about 1799. 190



179
    RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, 45 Strand Street.
180
    RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, List of Adult Males, Frederiksted, no. 37.
181
    RA, VILA, 1824 Frederiksted Census.
182
    RA, VILA, 1824 Frederiksted Census.
183
    RA, VILA, 1824 Frederiksted Census.
184
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1846, Free, Northside A Quarter, estate Mt. Washington.
185
    RA, St. Croix Census, Free, Northside 16/17, estate Rose Hill.
186
    St. John Anglican Church, Church Book, Marriages, 1841-1867.
187
    Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, Frederiksted, Burial Journal, 1824-1854, no. 60/1848.
188
    Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, Frederiksted, Burial Journal, 1824-1854, no. 60/1848.
189
    She is not listed in the Frederiksted burials found in Holy Trinity Lutheran Church's burial book, nor in
the St. John's Anglican Church, Christiansted, Burial Journal.
190
    RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, West End Quarter no. 7, estate Stony Ground.


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       In 1815, he was living at West End Quarter no. 7, estate Stony Ground, and a
member of the Buff Company of the militia. 191 In 1815, he had no Burgher Certificate,
and he lived with his father, J. H. Barnes. 192

        8. Thomas Smith Barnes was born on 1 January 1808. [was born on St. Croix in
about 1807 and was baptized in the Anglican Church. 193]
        In 1815, he was living in the household of Thomas Smith, a merchant, aged 7, at
17 Strand Street, Frederiksted. 194
        On 15 June 1832, he purchased at auction with his brother Richard Foster Barnes,
the estate Jealousy (Prince’s Quarter 16 & 17).
        On 5 July 1834, he received a Burgher Certificate, as a Planter born on St.
Croix.195
        He was married to Adelaide Augusta, who was born on St. Croix in about 1809
and was baptized in the Anglican Church. 196
        In October 1841, they and their children were living at estate Jealousy (Prince’s
Quarter), owner of estate Jealousy and Manager and a Lieutenant in the Prince’s Life
Squadron.197
        On 22 March 1844, estate Jealousy (Prince’s Quarter 16 & 17) was sold at auction
to George Nelthropp [his half brother-in-law].
        In October 1846, he was living with his wife and children at estate Jealousy
(Prince’ Quarter), as Manager [the estate was owned by George Nelthropp], and he was a
Lieutenant in the Prince’s Life Squadron.198
        He died on 1 September 1851

        Children of Thomas Smith and Adelaide Augusta Barnes:

        14. i. Harry Augustus Barnes, b. c1837
        15. ii. Adelaide Augusta Barnes, b. c1838

       9. Richard Foster Barnes was born on 3 October 1809 and baptized on 20
October 1813 in the Anglican Church.199 [born on St. Croix in about 1805 and was
baptized on 3 October 1809 in the Anglican Church. 200]
       In 1815, he was living in the household of Thomas Smith, a merchant, aged 5, at
17 Strand Street, Frederiksted. 201
       He was married to Mary E., who was born on St. Croix in about 1813 and was
baptized on 2nd February 1813 in the Anglican Church. 202

191
    RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, West End Quarter no. 7, estate Stony Ground.
192
    RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, List of Adult Males, West End, no. 165.
193
    RA, St. Croix Census, Free, Prince’s Quarter, estate Jealousy.
194
    RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, 17 Strand Street.
195
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1841, Free, Prince’s Quarter, estate Jealousy.
196
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1841, Free, Prince’s Quarter, estate Jealousy.
197
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1841, Free, Prince’s Quarter, estate Jealousy.
198
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1846, Free, Prince’s Quarter, estate Jealousy.
199
    St. John’s Anglican Church, Christiansted, Church Book 1797-1841, f. 73, 10 October 1813.
200
    RA, St. Croix Census, Free, Northside 16/17, estate Rose Hill.
201
    RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, 17 Strand Street.
202
    RA, St. Croix Census, Free, Northside 16/17, estate Rose Hill.


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       On 15 June 1832, he purchased with his brother Thomas Smith Barnes, the estate
Jealousy (Prince’s Quarter 16 & 17).
       He took the oath of allegiance on 17 October 1833, being born on St. Croix and a
occupied as a Planter.203
       On 21 October 1833, he received a Burgher Certificate. 204
       On 22 March 1844, estate Jealousy (Prince’s Quarter 16 & 17) was sold at auction
to George Nelthropp [his half brother-in-law].
       In October 1847, he was living with his wife and children at estate Rose Hill
(Northside A Quarter, 16/17), married, employed as a Planter and a Sergeant in the
Prince’s Life Squadron, and she was the Proprietor of the estate. 205
       He died in 1860 in New Orleans.

        Children of Richard Foster and Mary C. [E.?] Barnes:

        16.   i.     T. R. F. Barnes, b. c1832
        17.   ii.    C. M. Barnes, b. c1834
        18.   iii.   L. Barnes, b. c1836
        19.   iv.    W. Barnes, b. c1838

         10. Sidney Smith Barnes, born on St. Croix206 in about 1822, and was baptized
Anglican207 on 9 April 1824. She was officially designated as a castice. 208
         In 1824, she was living at 43-44 Queens Street, Frederiksted with her mother and
sister.209
         In 1831, she was listed in the Christiansted Free Colored Census, as a child, living
in Christiansted. 210
         She died about 5 April 1848.211

       11. Anne/Anna R. Barnes, in 1824, was living at 43-44 Queens Street,
Frederiksted with her mother and sister.212
       Her mother’s will with M. L. Daguilard, makes clear that Anna R. Barnes was her
child with John Barnes.213
       She died after 5 April 1848.


203
    RA, VILA, Oath of Allegiance, 1815, 1854, 17 October 1833.
204
    RA, St. Croix Census, Free, Northside 16/17, estate Rose Hill.
205
    RA, St. Croix Census, Free, Northside 16/17, estate Rose Hill.
206
    NARA, RG55, Entry 215/Box 583/M 1883/Roll 3, 1831 Christiansted Free Colored Census, Children,
no. 259.
207
    NARA, RG55, Entry 215/Box 583/M 1883/Roll 3, 1831 Christiansted Free Colored Census, Children,
no. 259.
208
    NARA, RG55, Entry 215/Box 583/M 1883/Roll 3, 1831 Christiansted Free Colored Census, Children,
no. 259.
209
    RA, VILA, 1824 Frederiksted Census.
210
    NARA, RG55, Entry 215/Box 583/M 1883/Roll 3, 1831 Christiansted Free Colored Census, Children,
no. 259.
211
    Not listed in the Frederiksted burials found in Holy Trinity Lutheran Church's burial book.
212
    RA, VILA, 1824 Frederiksted Census.
213
    Will of M. L. Daguilard and Jane Eliza Daguilard born Veeder, 9 April 1848, Christiansted, St. Croix,
Recorder of Deeds, Christiansted Will Book, 1839-1887.


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       12. A. Barnes was born on St. Croix in about 1838 and was baptized in the
Anglican Church. 214
       In October 1846, she was living with her father and aunt at estate Mount
Washington. 215

       13. N. A. Barnes was born on St. Croix in about 1842 and baptized in the
Anglican Church.
       In October 1846, she was living with her father and aunt at estate Mount
Washington. 216

       14. Harry Augustus Barnes was born on St. Croix in about 1837 and was
baptized on 11 March 1838 in the Anglican Church. 217
       In October 1841, he was living with his parents and sister at estate Jealousy,
Prince’s Quarter. 218
       In October 1846, he was living with his parents and sister at estate Jealousy,
Prince’s Quarter. 219

       15. Adelaide Augusta Barnes was born on St. Croix in about 1838 and was
baptized on 4 July 1839 in the Anglican Church. 220
       In October 1841, she was living with her parents and sister at estate Jealousy,
Prince’s Quarter.221
       In October 1846, she was living with her parents and sister at estate Jealousy,
Prince’s Quarter. 222

       16. T. R. F. Barnes was born on St. Croix in about 1832 and was baptized in the
Anglican Church. 223
       In October 1841, he was living with his parents and siblings at estate Rose Hill,
Northside Quarter A, 16/17. 224

       17. C. M. Barnes was born on St. Croix in about 1834 and was baptized in the
Anglican Church. 225
       In October 1841, she was living with her parents and siblings at estate Rose Hill,
Northside Quarter A, 16/17. 226



214
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1846, Free, Northside A Quarter, estate Mt. Washington.
215
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1846, Free, Northside A Quarter, estate Mt. Washington.
216
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1846, Free, Northside A Quarter, estate Mt. Washington.
217
    RA, St. Croix Census, Free, Prince’s Quarter, estate Jealousy.
218
    RA, St. Croix Census, Free, Prince’s Quarter, estate Jealousy.
219
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1846, Free, Prince’s Quarter, estate Jealousy.
220
    RA, St. Croix Census, Free, Prince’s Quarter, estate Jealousy.
221
    RA, St. Croix Census, Free, Prince’s Quarter, estate Jealousy.
222
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1846, Free, Prince’s Quarter, estate Jealousy.
223
    RA, St. Croix Census, Free, Northside 16/17, estate Rose Hill.
224
    RA, St. Croix Census, Free, Northside 16/17, estate Rose Hill.
225
    RA, St. Croix Census, Free, Northside 16/17, estate Rose Hill.
226
    RA, St. Croix Census, Free, Northside 16/17, estate Rose Hill.


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       18. L. Barnes was born on St. Croix in about 1836 and was baptized in the
Anglican Church. 227
       In October 1841, she was living with her parents and siblings at estate Rose Hill,
Northside Quarter A, 16/17. 228

       19. W. Barnes was born on St. Croix in about 1838 and was baptized in the
Anglican Church. 229
       In October 1841, he was living with his parents and siblings at estate Rose Hill,
Northside Quarter A, 16/17. 230

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        Sarah [Barnes] was born on St. Croix in about 1780 and was baptized in the
Anglican Church. 231
        In 1824, she was listed as an adult white person, living at 29 King’s Street,
Frederiksted.232
        In October 1841, she was living at her own property at 29 King’s Street, a widow,
living on the rent of servants.233
        In October 1846, she was living at her own property at 29 King’s Street,
Frederiksted, a widow and living on a Pension.234

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     Johannes Lukas Barnes, who was born on St. Croix, was granted on 10
December 1838 a Burgher Certificate as a Butcher.235

-------------------

      Thomas Barnes was married on 15 June 1797 in the St. Croix Dutch Reformed
Church to Maria Robinson.236

         Children of Thomas and Maria (Robinson) Barnes:

         1.   i.     male Barnes, b. c1806
         2.   ii.    Margaret Barnes, b. 24 January 1808
         3.   iii.   Stephen Barnes, b. 14 December 1813
         4.   iv.    Carolina Matilda Barnes, b. 20 April 1815


227
    RA, St. Croix Census, Free, Northside 16/17, estate Rose Hill.
228
    RA, St. Croix Census, Free, Northside Quarter, 16/17, estate Rose Hill.
229
    RA, St. Croix Census, Free, Northside Quarter, 16/17, estate Rose Hill.
230
    RA, St. Croix Census, Free, Northside Quarter, 16/17, estate Rose Hill.
231
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1846, Free, Frederiksted, 29 King’s Street.
232
    RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1824 Frederiksted Jurisdiction Census, 29 King’s Street.
233
    RA. St. Croix Census, 1841, Free, Frederiksted, 29 King’s Street.
234
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1846, Free, Frederiksted, 29 King’s Street.
235
    RA, VILA, Oaths of Allegiance, 1815-1854.
236
    St. Croix Dutch Reformed Church, Marriage Church Book, 1788-1814, f. 5.


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      1. Male Barnes was born in about 1806 and was baptized in the Anglican
Church on 4 February 1806.237

       2. Margaret Barnes was born on 24 January 1808 and was baptized in the
Anglican Church on 15 April 1808.238

       3. Stephen Barnes was born on 14 December 1813 and was baptized in the
Anglican Church on 3 March 1814.239

       4. Carolina Matilda Barnes was born on 20 April 1815 and was baptized in the
Anglican Church on 21 May 1815.240

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          William Henry Barnes was born on St. Croix in about 1790. 241
          He was married [?] to Sarah [Smith?], who was born on St. Croix in about
1783.242
        In 1815, they were living at 18 Strand Street, Frederiksted, and he had no Burgher
Certificate and was a member of no militia company. 243 In 1815, he was living on his
own means. 244
        On 24 January 1816, he took the oath of allegiance, as a trader, born on St.
       245
Croix.

          Child of William Henry and Sarah Barnes:

          1. i.      Deborah Smith Barnes, b. 6 March 1816

      1. Deborah Smith Barnes was born on 6 March 1816 and was baptized on 6
May 1815.246
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       Richard F. Barnes was born on St. Croix in about 1808 and was baptized in the
Anglican Church. 247
       On 21 October 1833, he received a Burgher Certificate. 248


237
    St. John’s Anglican Church, Christiansted, Church Book, 1791-1841, f. 74, 4 February 1806.
238
    St. John’s Anglican Church, Christiansted, Church Book, 1791-1841, f. [83], 15 April 1808.
239
    St. John’s Anglican Church, Christiansted, Church Book, 1797-1841, f. 77, 3 March 1814.
240
    St. John’s Anglican Church, Christiansted, Church Book, 1797-1841, f. 92, Baptisms , 21 May 1815.
241
    RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, 18 Strand Street.
242
    RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, 18 Strand Street.
243
    RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, 18 Strand Street.
244
    RA, VILA, 3.81.560, 1815 Frederiksted Census, List of Adult Males, Frederiksted, no. 28.
245
    RA, VILA, Oaths of Allegiance, 1815-1854, f. 24.
246
    St. John’s Anglican Church, Christiansted, Church Book 1797-1841, f. 99, 6 May 1816.
247
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1846, Free, Northside A Quarter, estate Rose Hill.
248
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1846, Free, Northside A Quarter, estate Rose Hill.


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       He was married to Mary Eliza, who was born on St. Croix in about 1813 and was
baptized on 16 April 1814 in the Anglican Church. 249
       In October 1846, they were living at estate Rose Hill, Northside A Quarter,
married, he a Planter and Manager of the estate and a Sergeant in the Prince’s Life Guard,
and she was the owner of the estate.250

        Children of Richard F. and Mary Eliza Barnes:

        1.   i.     Samuel R. F. Barnes, b. c1832
        2.   ii.    Matilda Barnes, b. c1834
        3.   iii.   Louisa Barnes, b. c1837
        4.   iv.    Waldemar Barnes, b. c1838
        5.   v.     James Smith Barnes, b. c1842
        6.   vi.    Isaac Farrington Barnes, b. c1843
        7.   vii.   William van Brakle Barnes, b. c1845

       1. Samuel R. F. Barnes was born on St. Croix in about 1832 and was baptized on
3 January 1834 in the Anglican Church. 251
       In October 1846, he was living with his parents and siblings at estate Rose Hill,
Northside A Quarter, not employed. 252

       2.. Matilda Barnes was born on St. Croix in about 1834 and was baptized on 3
June 1836 in the Anglican Church. 253
       In October 1846, she was living with her parents and siblings at estate Rose Hill,
Northside A Quarter, not employed. 254

       3. Louisa Barnes was born on St. Croix in about 1837 and was baptized on 19
December 1838 in the Anglican Church. 255
       In October 1846, she was living with her parents and siblings at estate Rose Hill,
Northside A Quarter, not employed. 256

       4. Waldemar Barnes was born on St. Croix in about 1838 and was baptized on
15 January 1840 in the Anglican Church. 257
       In October 1846, he was living with his parents and siblings at estate Rose Hill,
Northside A Quarter, not employed. 258

       5. James Smith Barnes was born on St. Croix in about 1842 and was baptized on
14 April 1843 in the Anglican Church. 259

249
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1846, Free, Northside A Quarter, estate Rose Hill.
250
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1846, Free, Northside A Quarter, estate Rose Hill.
251
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1846, Free, Northside A Quarter, estate Rose Hill.
252
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1846, Free, Northside A Quarter, estate Rose Hill.
253
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1846, Free, Northside A Quarter, estate Rose Hill.
254
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1846, Free, Northside A Quarter, estate Rose Hill.
255
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1846, Free, Northside A Quarter, estate Rose Hill.
256
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1846, Free, Northside A Quarter, estate Rose Hill.
257
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1846, Free, Northside A Quarter, estate Rose Hill.
258
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1846, Free, Northside A Quarter, estate Rose Hill.


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       In October 1846, he was living with his parents and siblings at estate Rose Hill,
Northside A Quarter, not employed. 260

       6. Isaac Farrington Barnes was born on St. Croix in about 1843 and was
baptized on 30 April 1844 in the Anglican Church. 261
       In October 1846, he was living with his parents and siblings at estate Rose Hill,
Northside A Quarter, not employed. 262

       7. William van Brakle Barnes was born on St. Croix in about 1845 and was not
baptized as of October 1846. 263
       In October 1846, he was living with his parents and siblings at estate Rose Hill,
Northside A Quarter, not employed. 264

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       Sarah Barnes was born on St. Croix in about 1814 and was baptized in the
Anglican Church. 265
       She seems to have had a relationship with John Smothergill.
       In 1841, she was living at 7f North Street, Christiansted, as a Seamstress, with her
daughter.266

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        Caritta Barnes, at the time of her death on 8 October 1824, in Frederiksted, was
classified as a free Black.267

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         H. Barnes had a relationship in about 1832 with Henrietha Washington. 268

         Child of H. Barnes and Henrietha Washington:

         1. i.       John Daniels Barnes, b. 9 January 1833

      1. John Daniel Barnes was born in Frederiksted, St. Croix269 on 9 January 1833
and was baptized on 27 September 1833 in the Frederiksted Lutheran Mission Church.270

259
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1846, Free, Northside A Quarter, estate Rose Hill.
260
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1846, Free, Northside A Quarter, estate Rose Hill.
261
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1846, Free, Northside A Quarter, estate Rose Hill.
262
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1846, Free, Northside A Quarter, estate Rose Hill.
263
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1846, Free, Northside A Quarter, estate Rose Hill.
264
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1846, Free, Northside A Quarter, estate Rose Hill.
265
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1841, Free, Christiansted, 7F North St.
266
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1841, Free, Christiansted, 7F North St.
267
    Frederiksted Lutheran Church, Burial Journal, [1824-1854], 8 October 1824.
268
    Frederiksted Lutheran Mission Church, Church Book, 1831-1854, Baptisms, f. 22, no. 28.
269
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1841, Free, Frederiksted, 45 Prince’s Street.
270
    Frederiksted Lutheran Mission Church, Church Book, 1831-1854, Baptisms, f. 22, no. 28.


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       In 1841, he was living at 45 Prince’s Street, Frederiksted, in the home of Isaac
Barnes (1817- ), employed as a House Servant. 271
       In 1850, he was living at 47 Prince’s Street, Frederiksted, unmarried and
employed as a Fisherman and a Seaman. 272

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         Children of unknown Barnes:

         1. i.     Helen Barnes, b. c1840
         2. ii.    Anna Barnes, b. 1844

       1. Helen Barnes was born on St. Croix in about 1840 and was baptized in the
Anglican Church.273
       In October 1870, she was living at 48 King’s Street, Frederiksted, unmarried and
occupied as a Seamstress.274

       2. Anna Barnes was born on St. Croix in about 1844 and was baptized in the
Anglican Church.275
       In October 1870, she was living at 48 King’s Street, Frederiksted, unmarried and
occupied as a Seamstress.276

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         Children of unknown Barnes:

         1. i.     Anna Barnes, b. c1838
         2. ii.    Helen Barnes, b. c1842

       1. Anna Barnes was born on St. Croix in about 1838 and was baptized in the
Anglican Church.277
       In October 1857, she was living with her sister at 31 King’s Street, Frederiksted,
unmarried.278

       2. Helen Barnes was born on St. Croix in about 1842 and was baptized in the
Anglican Church.279
       In October 1857, she was living with her sister at 31 King’s Street, Frederiksted,
unmarried.280

271
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1841, Free, Frederiksted, 45 Prince’s Street.
272
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1850, Frederiksted, 47 Prince’s Street.
273
    RA. St. Croix Census, 1870, Frederiksted, 48 King’s Street.
274
    RA. St. Croix Census, 1870, Frederiksted, 48 King’s Street.
275
    RA. St. Croix Census, 1870, Frederiksted, 48 King’s Street.
276
    RA. St. Croix Census, 1870, Frederiksted, 48 King’s Street.
277
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1857, Frederiksted, 31 King’s Street.
278
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1857, Frederiksted, 31 King’s Street.
279
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1857, Frederiksted, 31 King’s Street.
280
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1857, Frederiksted, 31 King’s Street.


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       Unknown Barnes had a relationship in about 1844-1845 with Catherine E[?].
Watlington.281 She was born on St. Croix in about 1818 and was baptized in the
Anglican Church.282
       In October 1841, she was living at 65/66 King’s Street, Frederiksted, unmarried
and occupied as s Seamstress.283
       In October 1846, she was living free, with her son, at 26 Strand Street,
Frederiksted, unmarried and occupied as a Seamstress.284
       She does not appear in the 1850 census. [SEH]

         Child of Unknown Barnes and Catherine E.[?] Watlington:

         1.   i.   Reuben Demetrius Oswald Barnes, b. 27 June 1845

        1. Ruben Demetrius Oswald285 Barnes was born on St. Croix286 on 27 June
1845 and was baptized on 21 December 1845 in the Frederiksted Anglican Church, and
classified as freeborn.287 The sponsors were Isaac Barnes, Alexander Grant, Adelaide
Gordon and George Smith. 288
        In October 1846, he was living with his mother at 26 Strand Street,
Frederiksted.289
        In 1850, he was living with Henry and Mary Ventura at 23/24 King’s Street,
Frederiksted and was attending school. 290
        In 1857, he was living with his grandparents Henry and Maria Ventura at 52/53a
King’s Street, Frederiksted. 291
        In 1860, he was living with Henry and Maria Ventura at 53 King’s Street,
Frederiksted. 292
        In 1870, he was living at 18a King’s Street, Frederiksted, unmarried, employed as
a Shoemaker, and also “Sails often to St. Thomas as supercargo in the W. E. Packet.” 293
        He was married on 1 September 1878 in the Frederiksted Lutheran Church to
Eleonore Kirstine Usher, 294 who was born on 9 October 1855 and was baptized in the
Frederiksted Lutheran Mission Church on 24 May 1858.295


281
    St. Paul’s Anglican Church, Frederiksted, Church Book, 1832-1850,      f. 41, Baptism no. 180. Barnes is
not mentioned in this record, but the surname appears in later records.
282
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1846, Free, Frederiksted, 26 Strand Street.
283
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1841, Free, Frederiksted, 65/66 King’s Street.
284
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1846, Free, Frederiksted, 26 Strand Street.
285
    St. Paul’s Anglican Church, Frederiksted, Church Book, 1832-1850,      f. 41, Baptism no. 180.
286
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1870, Frederiksted, 18a King’s Street.
287
    St. Paul’s Anglican Church, Frederiksted, Church Book, 1832-1850,      f. 41, Baptism no. 180.
288
    St. Paul’s Anglican Church, Frederiksted, Church Book, 1832-1850,      f. 41, Baptism no. 180.
289
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1846, Free, Frederiksted, 26 Strand Street.
290
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1850, Frederiksted, 23/24King’s Street.
291
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1857, Frederiksted, 52/53b King’s Street.
292
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1860, Frederiksted, 53 King’s Street.
293
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1870, Frederiksted, 18a King’s Street.


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       In September 1878, he was employed as a “Supercargo.”296
       In October 1880, they were living with their son at 18b King’s Street,
Frederiksted, married and he was employed as a Sailor, and she was a Seamstress. 297
       In 1901, he was living at 18 King Cross Street, Frederiksted, a widower, and
employed as a Barkeeper.298

        Child of Ruben Demetrius Oswald and Eleonore Kirstine (Usher) Barnes:

        2. i.     Arthur Livingstone Barnes, b. 21 September 1880

        2. Arthur Livingstone Barnes was born on St. Croix299 on 21 September 1880
and was baptized in the Frederiksted Lutheran Church on 24 October 1880. 300
        In October 1880, he was living with his parents at 18b King’s Street,
Frederiksted.301
        On 18 March 1894, he was confirmed in the Frederiksted Lutheran Church.302
        He had a relationship in about 1900 with Veronica Emmanuel,303 who was born
on St. Croix in about 1879 and was baptized in the Catholic Church. 304
        In 1901, she was living with her parents, siblings and son at 1 Market Street,
Frederiksted, unmarried, employed as a Cook. 305
        He was married to Henrietta M. Boye, who was born in about 1869 and a
member of the Lutheran Church. 306
        In 1901, he was living with his father at 18 King’s Cross Street, Frederiksted,
unmarried and employed as a Clerk. 307
        In January 1908, he was employed as a Detail Handler in Frederiksted. 308

        Child of Arthur Livingstone Barnes and Veronica Emmanuel:

        3.   i.   Oscar Harcourt Barnes, b. 1900

        Child of Arthur Livingstone and Henrietta M. (Boye) Barnes:

        4. i.     Arthur Donald Barnes, b. 21 November 1907, d. 5 March 1908


294
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1880, Frederiksted, 18b King’s Street; Frederiksted Lutheran Church, Church
Book, 1872-1908, Marriage 1 September 1787.
295
    Frederiksted Lutheran Mission Church, Church Book, 1855-1877, f. 14, Baptism nos. 13 & 14/1858
296
    Frederiksted Lutheran Church, Church Book, 1872-1905, f. 121, Marriages, no. 7/1878.
297
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1880, Frederiksted, 18b King’s Street.
298
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1901, Frederiksted, 18 King’s Cross Street.
299
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1880, Frederiksted, 18b King’s Street.
300
    Frederiksted Lutheran Church, Church Book, 178701904, f. 13, Baptism no. 23/1880.
301
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1880, Frederiksted, 18b King’s Street.
302
    Frederiksted Lutheran Church, Church Book, 1872-1908, Confirmations, f. 109, No. 3/1894.
303
    Email from Donnamarie Barnes to SEH, 16 December 2009.
304
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1901, Frederiksted, 1 Market Street.
305
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1901, Frederiksted, 1 Market Street.
306
    Frederiksted Lutheran Church, Church Book, 1905-15, Baptisms, f. 9, No. 2/1908.
307
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1901, Frederiksted, 18 King’s Cross Street.
308
    Frederiksted Lutheran Church, Church Book, 1905-15, Baptisms, f. 9, No. 2/1908.


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      3. Oscar Harcourt [Haywood309] Barnes was born on St. Croix in about 1900
and was baptized in the Catholic Church.310
      In 1901, he was living with his mother at 1 Market Street, Frederiksted.311

       4. Arthur Donald Barnes was born on 21 November 1907 and was baptized on
12 January 1908 in the Frederiksted Lutheran Church. 312
       He died on 5 March 1908. 313

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      William Barnes was born in England.314
      On 25 May 1853, he took the oath of allegiance on St. Croix as an estate
Manager.




309
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1901, Frederiksted, 1 Market Street.
310
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1901, Frederiksted, 1 Market Street.
311
    RA, St. Croix Census, 1901, Frederiksted, 1 Market Street.
312
    Frederiksted Lutheran Church, Church Book, 1905-15, Baptisms, f. 9, No. 2/1908.
313
    Frederiksted Lutheran Church, Church Book, 1905-15, Baptisms, f. 9, No. 2/1908.
314
    RA, VILA, Oaths of Allegiance, 1815-1854, f. 80, 25 May 1853.


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APPENDIX

Daniel Henrich Barnes ( ? – 1793):

      Real Estate:

          -1760315-1771316-: nos.15,16 Northside A Quarter

      Enslaved People:

          At: nos. 15 & 16 Northside A Quarter:
                 1760 – 9 /-/-/8317
                 1771 – 13/1/-/1318

          Barnes, Daniel [Henrich] (1) [Barentz (2)] & [Johan Heinrich Barentz heirs],
                Daniel H. Barnes, living at estate 15A Northside A (with one African) and
                Johan H. Barentz, heirs, living at estate 7 West End (with 5 Africans) (2) ,
                at the Frigate Ningo auction, 6-20 September 1780:
                Purchased 4 men, namely, Haberecht, no. 108, Eadbert, no. 110, Dax,
                no. 111, Edgar, no. 117, and two women, Fistula, no. 226 and Formosa,
                no. 238, for 1650 rd., on September 6th 1780 (1).
                ---------------
                (1) RA, VL, Handels Direction, Corr.; (2) 1780 St Croix Matricle, fols. 55,
                61

          Barnes, Daniel, at the Ship Fredensborg auction 23-26 November 1781:
                Purchased 2 persons, on November 24,1781(1)
                ----------------
                (1)


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James William Barnes:

      Enslaved People:

          Barnes, Ja. Wm. (Free black), living at 3b Market Street, Fsted (1) , at the
                Frigate Ningo auction, 6-20 September 1780:
                Purchased one African (1).
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                 (1) 1780 St. Croix Matricle, f. 73

315
    RA, VILA, St. Croix Matricle, 1760, f. 38, 15/16 Northside A Quarter.
316
    RA, VILA, St. Croix Matricle, 1771, f. 47, 15/16 Northside A Quarter.
317
    RA, VILA, St. Croix Matricle, 1760, f. 38, 15/16 Northside A Quarter.
318
    RA, VILA, St. Croix Matricle, 1771, f. 47, 15/16 Northside A Quarter.


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Johan Henrich Barnes ( ? – 1782):

      Real Estate:

          -1760319-:      nos. 7,22,9 West End Quarter
          - 1771320 -:    nos. 7 & 22 West End Quarter

      Enslaved People:

          At: nos. 7, 22, & 9 West End Quarter
                 1760 – 12/2/2/5321

          At: nos. 7 & 22 West End Quarter
                 1771 – 25/9/5/9322

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John Barnes, junior (Doctor):

      Real Estate:

       -1772-:            11 Strand Street, Frederiksted, house blown down in the hurricane
of 1772323

      Enslaved People:

          Barnes, John, Doctor (2) [Borens, Doctor? (1)], living at 118 Queen’s Cross
                Street, Frederiksted, at the Frigate Christiansborg auction, 29 May-27 July
                1778 (3):
                Purchased a girl, no. 70, for 150 rd., on 24 July 1778 (1), and took a
                mortgage with the Guineiske Handels Direction, on 23 July 1778, for 150
                rd. for a little girl named Betsy (2).
                -------
                (1) NA, RA55, Entry No. 313, Box 723, ff. 30-31; (2) RA, VL, Xsted
                Byfoged, Pantebog, Litra O,, 1775-1781, f. 356-356v, no. 2; (3) 1778 St.
                Croix Matricle

          Barns, Doctor (1) , at the Frigate Ningo auction, 6-20 September 1780:

319
    RA, VILA, St. Croix Matricle, 1760, f. 35, 7 /22/9 West End Quarter.
320
    RA, VILA, St. Croix Matricle, 1771, f. 43, 7 /22 West End Quarter.
321
    RA, VILA, St. Croix Matricle, 1760, f. 35, 7 /22/9 West End Quarter.
322
    RA, VILA, St. Croix Matricle, 1771, f. 43, 7 /22 West End Quarter.
323
    RA, VILA, St. Croix Matricle, 1772, f. 53, 11 Strand Street.


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                  Purchased a girl, Silla, no.426, for 170 rd., on September 6th 1780 (1)
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                  (1) RA, VL, Handels Direction, Corr.

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