Rev. Henry Barnes

1784 - 1837

Claimant or beneficiary

Biography

The Revd Henry Barnes of Monmouth [S Wales], at present in St Servan, France, counterclaimed for the compensation for the enslaved people on Mackinnon's estate in Antigua as executor of Louisa Barnes (q.v.), daughter and legatee of Wm McKinnon for £2500 with interest.

  1. 'July 23 [1837] St Servan, aged 53, the Rev. Henry Barnes, Minister of the English Episcopal Chapel of that place, late of Gen-aw-Rhiw House Herefordshire and Rockfield, vicar of Monmouth and Rockfield, and many years a magistrate and deputy Lieutenant of the county of Hereford and a magistrate of the county of Monmouth. He was presented to Rockfield in 1822 by R.J. Harding and to Monmouth in 1822 by the Duke of Beaufort.'

  2. Henry Barnes, Stipendiary curate, Wonastow [S Wales], 1820.

Sources

  1. Gentleman's Magazine Vol. 162-163 July-December 1837, Obituary Sept. p. 322

  2. CCEd Person ID 3629: possibly in Foster's under Henry of Monmouth arm.


Further Information

Absentee?
British/Irish
Occupation
Clergyman
Religion
Church of England

Associated Claims (1)

£3,942 2S 1D
Unsuccessful claimant (Executor or executrix)

Addresses (1)

Monmouth, Monmouthshire, South Wales, Wales