GEORGE BARBER - 533
                                      MARGARET WATKINS - 522

BARBER GENEALOGY   Part I   Page 1

     GEORGE  BARBER; born circa 1737; died 1822  Oglethorpe  Co., Ga.;  
married  circa  1767  MARGARET  WATKINS;  born  circa  1743 Vincent,  
Chester  County,  Province of Penn.;  died  circa  1825 Oglethorpe   Co.,  Ga.   
Children:   William   Matthew,   Robert, Elizabeth, Samuel, Reese, Martha, 
Sarah, Josiah, George, Jr.

William Barber, born circa 1767, N. C.  Children:  daughter

Copied From Barber Genealogical Folder in Search room of  Georgia State 
Archives - Ask attendant for help        Sketchy notes

GEORGE BARBER b. ? Eng 1727 Settle NC bro. Plye? m. MARY 
MARGARET 
WADKINS in N.C. came to Wilkes

Col. 1787 - Indian fighter
d. Oglethorpe Co. 11 Jan 1829   (102 yrs.)

(See will of George Barber)

MARY WADKINS of Welch descent
Long Creek - Wilkes Co.

Appendix - GEORGE BARBER, son of George Barber, who died in  1750 in 
Augusta Co., Va. and his wife, Elizabeth.   He had a  brother, Ply,  and  a  
sister, Sarah.  He came  from  England  to  America (probably  to  Chester,  
Co.,  Penn.)  when  young.   He  married MARGARET  WATKINS (probably 
Bedford Co., Va.); a settled  in  the Wake-Johnston  County area of North 
Carolina: and later moved  to Wilkes  Co.,  Ga.  He served as a lieutenant and 
captain  in  the Revolutionary War and as a lieutenant-colonel in the Creek 
Indian War  under Elijah Clark--all in Georgia.  Ply Barber married  and had 
3 sons and 3 daughters prior to the 1st U. S. Census.   Sarah Barber married 
Reese Watkins, brother of George's wife.

MARGARET  WATKINS,  granddaughter of  Cadawalader  Watkins,  born 
1660, died circa 1718 and daughter of Robert Watkins, born  circa 1695,  died  
Feb., 1753, Augusta Co., Va., both  immigrants  from Wales.

1820 Oglethorpe Co., Georgia Census
p. 175  GEORGE BARBER, SR.

REVOLUTIONARY  SOLDIERS RECEIPTS FOR GEORGIA BOUNTY 
GRANTS -  GA. STATE DEPARTMENT OF ARCHIVES & HISTORY

p. 71, 77  GEORGE BARBER  350 ac #877  served under Elijah Clark
GEORGIA  CITIZENS  AND SOLDIERS OF THE  AMERICAN  
REVOLUTION   by Robert S. Davis, Jr.

The following are the longest of the accounts for payment due for supplies  
and services rendered the Georgia Patriots that are  in the Telamon Cuyler 
Collection, Special Collection, University  of Georgia Libraries.

p.  34  No. 55.  To GEORGE BARBER for building a Fort near  Isiah Goolsby 
on the Waters of Long Creek 100 feet Square as pr account dated 3d Jany. 
1780                            [dollars]  2000

p. 50  State of Georgia      Daniel  Gunnell  &   GEORGE  BARBER
       Wilkes County          	Being  Sworn  to  Value Two Certain
                             		Horses The property of John  Clark, 
One  A Grey Horse about 5 years Old 14 Hands Hy's -- The Other  a 
Sorrell  about 6 years old 14 Hands Hy's.  We Say on there  oaths 
that  according to the Best of their Judgment the Grey  Horse  is 
Valued @ L 25 Specie   The Sorrill
       @ L 30   Do
          ___       Sworn to  this 21 Feby 1782
           55       Barnard Heard J. P.       Danl Gunnells
                                              GEORGE BARBER
State of Georgia
County of Wilkes    John Clark Being Sworn  sayeth that  the  Above 
                   		 Mentioned  Horses was  his property when Lost & 
                    		That they were both Lost in the field of Battle
Sworn to before Me                      John Clark
this 22nd Feby 1782

M. Manadue   J.P.
     I  do certifye that the above mention'd Horses were Lost  in Action              
E. Clark, Colo     (Reverse)  John Clark Amts

GEORGIA  REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS, SAILORS, PATRIOTS &  
DESCENDANTS  Compiled by Mary Carter 1977  Volume I

p. 16  BARBER, GEORGE (RS - Capt, Ga.) c. 1745 - 1822 m. MARGARET



1805 GEORGIA LAND LOTTERY

Oglethorpe County
GEORGE BARBER       1692      BB
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1807 GEORGIA LAND LOTTERY

Oglethorpe Co.                 Military District      Lot No.    Dist. No.
BARBER, GEORGE Sr.       Pope's                   115            8 B
Barber, George Jr.               Pope's                      35          18 W
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GEORGE BARBER'S  Military Records

Georgia  No. 877

These  are  to certify, that GEORGE BARBER a  refugee,  Lieut  is entitled  
to  Three hundred and fifty acres of land as a  Bounty, agreeable  to an Act 
and Resolve of the General Assembly,  passed at August the 19 August 1781 
As per certificate E. Clark Colo.Attest    Given under my Hand, at Savannah, 
the 25th Day of March D.  Rees  Secy       in the Year of our Lord One  
Thousand  Seven                      Hundred and Eighty-four    Mouston

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May it please your honour to grant your petitioner GEORGE  BARBER four  
hundred  and  two acres of land  agreeable  to  the  within certificate in 
Franklin County and your Petitioner will pray &

To the Honourable the President )            GEORGE BARBER
and members of cornish holding  )
Land court at Augusta                     Lieut GEO BARBER No. 923

Georgia                                      No. 988

These  are  to  certify that Lieut GEORGE  BARBER  a  citizen  is entitled  to  
two hundred and fifty acres of land, as  a  bounty, agreeable  to an act and 
Resolve of the General Assembly,  passed at Augusta the 20 August 1781
As per certificate E. Clark Colo
Given  under my Hand, at Savannah, the 25th Day of March  in  the Year of 
our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and Eighty-four
Attest
D. Rees Secy    Moustown

State of Georgia

These  are  to certify, that GEORGE BARBER was an  inhabitant  of this  
State prior to the reduction thereof by the  British  Arms, and was a refugee 
from the same, during which time he  cheerfully did his Duty as a Lieut and 
Friend to this and the United States.

Given under my Hand, this   2nd Day of Feby 1784
By his order        Elijah Clarke Colo
     H. Truman

GEORGE BARBER prays your Honourable Board for these  certificates (orig) 
One 250 or 287 acres for Citizen Bounty J the other 350 or 402 acres for a 
refugee Bounty in two equal tracts in the  County of Franklin J your 
petitioner will pray      GEORGE BARBER


Georgia

By  the  Court of Justices of the County of  Wilkes.   To  Samuel Criswell,  
Esquire,  County Surveyor for said  County.   You  are hereby authorized and 
required to admeasure and lay out, or cause to be admeasured and laid out 
unto GEORGE BARBER a Tract of Land, which  shall  contain five hundred 
acres in the  said  County  of Wilkes  in   of     warranted of four hundred  and  
one  for  one hundred  acres  on  long creek including the plan  where  he  
now lives.   Taking  especial Care that the same has  not  heretofore been laid 
out to any person or persons:  and you are hereby  also directed  and  
required to record the Plat of the  same  in  your office, and transmit a copy 
thereof, together with this  warrant, to  the  surveyor General, within three 
months  from  this  date.  Given  under my Hand, as Senior Justice of the 
said  Court,  this tenth day of October 1783.              John Truman  C.W.C.

Georgia By a Court of Justices for Oglethorpe County
Jno  Moore  J. P.  To James Hay Esq Surveyor for  the  county  of Oglethorpe 
County
Burl      J.P
Jno

You  are hereby authorized and required to admeasure and lay  out or  cause  
to be admeasured and laid out, unto  GEORGE  BARBER  a Tract  of  land, 
which shall contain five hundred acres,  in  the said County of Oglethorpe on 
his Family Head rights



Taking especial Care that the same has not hereto fore been  laid out  to  any 
other person or persons:  And you  are  hereby  also directed  and  required to 
record the Plat of the  same  in  your Office,  and transmit a copy thereof, 
together with this  warrant to the surveyor General within the term of (three 
months from the date of - is marked through) two years from the date given  
under my hand this second day of Feby 1794      Jno. Hardeman C.L.C.

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                                                  BARBER, GEORGE
To John Gorham Surveyor for the County of Franklin
You are hereby authorized and required to admeasure and lay  out, or cause 
to be admeasured and laid out unto GEORGE BARBER a tract of land, which 
shall contain Six Hundred and ninety Acres, in the said County of Franklin.

Taking  especial care that the same has not heretofore been  laid out  to  any 
other person or persons:  And you  are  hereby  also    and  required to record 
the Plat of the same in your  office  and transmit  a  copy  thereof  together 
with  this  warrant  to  the surveyor General within the term of three months 
from this date

Given under my hand this seventeenth day of May
Secretary's Office                                John Habersham
D.  Reece   Deputy Sheriff                         Price   E. C.  



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