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Subject: [MDSTMARY] Barnes, Hamilton, Coomes, Medcalf, Hynes,
Date: Wed, 21 Feb 2007 09:45:25 EST


Folks --

James Barnes m1 Unknown, m2 Hannah Combs, d/o Edward Combs, s/o Joseph Combs
......Samuel Barnes m Lydia Wilcocks
.............Thomas Barnes m Maria Wimsatt
..................Mary Ellen Barnes b 1831 Nelson Co. KY m Edward Medcalf
..................Lucinda Barnes m James L. Hamilton, s/o Samuel Hamilton &
Louisa Crowe

Who was the father of James Barnes? Was he the son or grandson of Henry
Barnes below?
Who was the father of Samuel Hamilton? Was he the son of Alexander Hamilton
below?


George Medcalf bca 1650 md Elizabeth Spinke
... William Medcalf bca 1700 md Unknown
....... John Medcalf bca 1720 md Elizabeth French
............ Ignatius Medcalf Sr. bca 1750 md Mary Ann Unknown m2 Betsy Ann
Coomes
.................. Ignatius Medcalf Jr. bca 1786 KY m1Eleanor Nellie
Ritchie m2 Agnes Catherine Hough
......................... Edward Medcalf b 1820 Nelson Co., KY md Mary
Ellen Barnes
..............................Lafayette F. Medcalf b 10 FEB 1880 in Ohio
Co., KY m Nancy Elizabeth Wedding b 11 NOV 1858 in Daviess Co., Ky

Thomas Coomes m Elizabeth Wharton
..... William Coomes m1 Jane Frances Unknown
.......... Betsy Ann Coomes m1 m2 Ignatius Medcalf Sr.

John Wedding m Elizabeth Clubb
.... Emme Wedding m ??? Roby
....Thomas Wedding m Eleanor Harris
........Thomas Wedding Jr. b 1758 m Mary Catherine Moore
.............Thomas Courtney Wedding b 1788 m Ellen Nora Lanham
..................Nathaniel Park Wedding b 9 APR 1828 in Nelson Co., Ky md
Mariah Ann Bray
......................Nancy Elizabeth Wedding b 11 NOV 1858 in Daviess Co.,
Ky m _Lafayette F. MEDCALF_
(http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=robertwedding1&id=I1284) b 10 FEB 1880 in Ohio Co., Kentucky.

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BARNES
Barnes, Henry, Charles Co., 11th Oct., 1675; 5th Oct., 1676. To son Matthew
Barnes, dau. Christian Barnes, sons Thomas, Francis and John Coster, and to
Edmond Barnes, personalty. Wife Sarah, execx. Overseers: Robt. Robins, Chas.
Culles. Test: Robt. Robins, Wm. Standford, Edward Barnes. 5. 95.

HENRY BARNES (II) was born on 06 Nov 1653 in Charles County, Maryland, and
died after 1678. His will was dated 1675 from Maryland. Henry married 1663-1666
to Sarah Coffer. Their son, Matthew Barnes married Frances Osborne, d/o John
Osborne and Attalanta Toft. Ann Barnes, d/o Matthew Barnes & Frances
Osborne, married Burr Harrison, s/o Thomas Harrison and Anne. Burr Harrison and Ann
Barnes had Seth Harrison who married John Peyton, s/o Valentine Peyton and
Frances Ann Linton, d/o Moses Linton & Margaret Harrison. Valentine Peyton was
the son of Henry Peyton III and Anne Unknown, s/o Henry Peyton Jr. and Ellen
Partington [d/o Richard Partington], s/o Henry Peyton and Katherine Clifton,
both immigrants.

Is Henry Barnes the father or grandfather of James Barnes who m1 Unknown, m2
Hannah Combs, d/o Edward Combs & Elizabeth Stillwell, s/o Joseph Combs of
the Tonoloways. Hannah Combs m William Hines/Hynes; Isaac Baker wrote of his
gruesome death in Feb. 29, 1756 [see Combs &c
_http://www.combs-families.org/combs/records/md-pa.htm_ (http://www.combs-families.org/combs/records/md-pa.htm)
]. They were the parents of Col. Andrew Hynes who later named Elizabethtown
KY after his dead wife. James Dawson is mentioned with them as is the
infamous "shotgun" Wheate marriage.
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HYNES-COOMES
Wm Hynes I did marry a Hannah Coombs/Combs, when he died she remarred to Jas
Barnes.
12 Aug 1800 - 14 Dec 1801 (Nelson Co KY Will Book A, page 598) Will of John
COOMBES. To wife Elce "the 80 acres of land whereon I live" with stock &
equipment until her death "during her natural life...to [sons] Edward & Nelson on
my wife's death." Daus. Sarah, Lettice, and Elce to have 10£ each; sons
Edward and Nelson "the 100 acres of land whereon he [each] now lives;" sons Asa
and Samuel were left $1.00 each "as I have given them share of my estate in
land previous to this", and sons John and Joseph were left "350 acres of land
on Short Creek a branch of Rough Creek which I purchased from Andrew HINES and
Phillip PHILLIPS." Execs: sons Edward & Nelson.Wits: John
HUSTON, Samuel COOMBS, Adin COOMBS. Written 12 Aug 1800, prob.14 Dec 1801
(Abstracted by Combs Researcher Hannah C. Friedlander)
1801 Nelson Co, KY. Estate of Col. Andrew HYNES [includes] entires due the
estate at the time of Hynes death in 1801:Andw. COOMBS, John COOMBS, Senior,
Stacy COOMBS, Sally and Hannah COOMBS, Samuel COOMBS (of John), Richard
COOMBS, Samuel COOMBS, Sr., John COOMBS, Adin COOMBS ... Later listing includes
John COOMBS, Jonah COOMBS, Leonard COMBS.
(Extracted by Combs Researcher Thom Mont from KENTUCKY GENEALOGIST,Vol. 17,
# 4, Oct/Dec 1975, article by David H. Hall, entitled OPEN ACCOUNTS, BONDS
AND NOTE HOLDERS DUE THE ESTATE OF COL. ANDREW HYNES) According to an article
in the "Nelson Co Pioneer," Spring 1983, Nelson Co. Historical Society,
Spring 1983, extracted by Combs Researcher Carolyn Wimp, Andrew HYNES entered into
a business of merchandising goods in Nelson after
1796, and died in the summer of 1800 [sic]. This article lists the following
COMBS-COOMBS extracted from 4 lists in Andrew's estate file: 29 Jul 1801 from
Nelson Co., KY Deed Bk 6 p. 495 (extracted by Bob Moore)
William R. HYNES exr of Andrew HYNES, deceased, to Edward COOMES 352 acres
on Mill Creek of Salt Riverin Hardin Co KY for 100 pounds paid in Andrew's
lifetime
14 Mar 1804 Wednesday Nelson Co KY Court Order Book 1803 – 10 Jan 1804
p. 92 (extracted by Deb Coombs) Wm. R. HYNES against Asa COMBS & others
On the motion of the Defendant by his attorney ordered that the office
Judgment herein be (…?) and there upon the sd. Defendant come and
defend the wrong and injury when & for plea ... that he hath paid the Debt
on the Declaration mentioned and of this he puts himself upon the County and

the Plaintiff likewise therefore let a Jury come.
28 Jan 1818 Nelson Co, KY Loose Papers. "Deposition of Edward COOMBES taken
at the home of Amos DAVIS in Nelson County KY on Wednesday the 28th day of
January 1818 between the hours of 11 oclock in the morning and 4 oclock in
the afternoon to ____as evidence in a Suit in Chancery now pending in the
Nelson County Circuit Court Wherein John COMES complainant and Andrew HYNES
Heirs and executors_____.This Deponent aged 82 years[bca 1735] and duly ___
deposaeth and sayeth That some time in the month of March 1797 he was at the
House of Colonel Andrew HYNES who informed this Deponent that he had ___all
his land business with his uncle John COMES(The father of the complainant)
and found himself indebted to the said John COMES three hundredandtwenty
acres of land for which he had given his Due Bill ___ to him out of a tract
of land on the waters of Rough Creek which this deponent understood to be
part of a larger tract and that the said John COMES was to have his choice
out of the whole tract__- should be laid off to him. This deponent also
stated that he understood the said HYNES at the same time ____William R.
HYNES was to survey the land for the said John COMES. This deponent also
stated that he understood the this___out of which John COMES was to have the
named 320 acres was held jointly by Andrew HYNES and Philip PHILLIPS. This
deponent states that sometime after the death of Andrew HYNE She saw the Due
Bill in the hands of William R. HYNES in favor of the said John COMES
against the said Andrew which corresponded with what the said Andrew had
before told this deponen the had given John COMES. This deponent further
stated that he understood from William R.HYNES that he had possession of the
due bill for the purpose of laying off the land agreeable to the said John
COME and by the direction of Andrew HYNES. This deponen further states that
John COMES, father of the complainant, made the choice of Colonel HYNES
sometime in the year 1785___ and the price John COMES paid Andrew HYNES for
the land was twenty pounds Kentucky currency per said acres and further the
Deponent sayeth not.
Edward COOMBE Thomas DUNCAN Justice of the Peace for the County hereby
certify that the foregoing Deponent Edward COOMBE was taken subscribed and
sworn to at the___ first named given under my hand this 28th day of January
1818. Thomas DUNCAN JPNC," Transcribed by Researcher Connie Butterfield from
copy of original (torn document) w/both provided to Combs Researcher Thom
Mont)
Notes: The above deposition was by Major Edward COOMBS I of Tonoloways (h/o
Rebecca STILLWELL). His reference to "uncle John COMES" appears to indicate
that Andrew HYNES' mother was sister to Major Edward and his brother, John
COMBS I of Tonoloways (h/o Alice JOLLY). The complainant would thus have been
John COMBS II, s/o John & Alice JOLLY Combs I. See also 1809 Nelson deposition
whereby Major Edward refers to his brother, John COMBS.
1 William Hynes I b Nov 6 1714 Colraine Londonderry Ireland d Nov/Dec 1780
Wa Co Md[40y] + Hannah [?Coombs?]b 1721 d Sept 1804
NOTE: William Hynes I remained in Maryland. His wife Hannah ended up in
Nelson Co Ky. Remarried to Jas Barnes.Get more from the Web. FREE MSN Explorer
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SHIRCLIFF - HAMILTON
William Shircliff md Mildred Thompson. Children: William, John, Thomas, Mary
md Thomas Melton, Peter, Anna Maria md Patrick Macketee III, Elizabeth md
Alexander Hamilton, Tecla md Thomas Greene.

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HAMILTON - COMBS - ROBY - STEWART
Alexander Hamilton, s/o John Douglas Hamilton Sr. and Elizabeth Burdit, md
Elizabeth Shircliff, d/o William Shircliff and Mildred Thompson. Children of
Alexander Hamilton and Elizabeth Burdit:
John, William, Mary md John Stewart, James Hamilton md Mary Ann Combs,
Patrick md Mary Anne Greene, Samuel.

1719 Charles Co MD. Thomas COOMBS purchased 100 acre tract Coombs Purchase,
situated on the west side of Port Tobacco near "Green's Inheritance" and near
Alexander HAMILTON'S plantation. (Combs Researchers Sharon Ray and Joe Lewis
who add that this was Thomas, s/o Richard COOMBS, Sr.)

Page 15-16: "John Hamilton the oldest son of Alexander and Elizabeth
Hamilton was b 12/1709. In a 1762 deposition John declears himself 53 years old and
the son of Alexander Hamilton. John m Sarah Stewart the daughter of Daniel
Stewart and Sarah ROBY .....

Mary Hamilton the only daughter of Alexander and Elizabeth Hamilton m John
Stewart the son of Daniel Stewart and Sarah Roby. Mary was a widow when she
wrote her will in 1777 (Charles Co. AF#7:36) stating she was late of Prince
George's Co. but now of Charles. In her will she
mentions her sons Henry Stewart, George Bradley Stewart, Walter Stewart, her
daughters Martha Stewart, Chloe Stewart, Priscilla Stewart and her grandson
James Stewart."

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