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About BARNES FAMILY back to the 1820 SETTLERS
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Mary (Dixon)Barnes and Henry Harper(later became her husband)  came over,  on the ship called the OCEAN in 1820,
 with her she brought her two sons from her first marriage to James Barnes,  JAMES BARNES and GEORGE SUTTON BARNES
 She left her daughter ELIZABETH BARNES in england but sent for her later


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