1244. Major Barnaby Kearney [VA]
1674, “Barneby” summoned for jury duty. [He was fined 200 pounds of tobacco for not appearing.] (S) Seventeeth Century Isle of Wight County, Virginia; Boddie, 1938, P448.
11/16/1676, Barnaby a participant in Bacon’s Rebellion. (S) Seventeeth Century Isle of Wight County, Virginia; Boddie, 1938, P147.
1678, Barnaby a justice of Nansemond Co.
10/6/1679, Thomas Godwin ( 1240) and Barnaby, “justice”, attended a Quaker wedding in Nansemond Co. of Thomas Jordan and Elizabeth Burgh. (S) Souther Hist. Assoc., V7, PP96-9.
1680, Barnaby a Major of the Nansemond Co. Militia. (S) Crozier’s Colonial Militia, P103.
1684, Barnaby a Burgess of Nansemond Co.
1685, Major Barney Keaney listed. (S) 17th Century Isle of Wight Co., Virginia; Boddie, 1938, P706.
Children of Barnaby and ?:
i. Barnaby Kearney ( 622), born ~1685 in VA.
ii. Thomas Kearney, born ? in VA.
Thomas married Sarah Alston.
4/24/1736, Thomas witnessed a deed of Capt. Thomas Bryant in Bertie Prct., NC.
8/21/1741, Thomas witnessed a deed of Capt. Thomas Bryant in Bertie Prct., NC.
5/19/1742, Thomas sold land to his father-in-law Capt. William Bennet in Edgecomb Co., NC.
Edmund Kearney, born ? in VA.
He married Sarah Brothers, born 1734 in VA, d/o Richard.