Grandfather William Walter Teague, born 1887 Stone Co., AR. Lived in Delta County, Texas.
In DeWitt County, Illinois cemetery on old Barnett farm.
The cemetery is extremely neglected.
John Hutchin Barnett son of John A. and Sarah Hutchin
son of John A. 1845
son of Alex L. 1810
son of Alexander 1754
son of Robert 1725-31?
son of James 1703?
Alexander Barnett's Revolutionary War Record
Alexander Barnett is the ancestor who assisted in establishing American Independence, while acting in the capacity of private in the South Carolina Continentals and Militia.
Private in Captain Henry Hampton's Company in the 6th Regiment of the South Carolina troops. on Continental Establishment, commanded by Lieutenant Colonel William Henderson.
December 1779 transferred to the 8th Company of the 1st Regiment.
In Garrison at the siege of Charleston in 1780.
Horseman in Captain Joseph Vance's company of the South Carolina Militia, April to June 1781.
Documents are in the Historical Commission of S.C. for Militia duty,
War Department, Washington D.C. for service in the Continentals.
Service verified by certificate from War Dept.
Daughters of the American Revolution record # 86561
Plaque with names of early pioneers who lived at the fort.
Barnett Cemetery on grounds of what is now Stonerside Stables.
Homesite of Alexander Barnett & James Kenney's families late 1700s-1800s
Mary Lovina Barnett born abt 1917
Picture taken abt 1935
John Alexander Barnett b. 1921 and Wanda Janiece Teague b. 1924
Where Alexander Barnett & James Kenney's families lived
This is Alex L. Barnett born 1810 in Bourbon County, Kentucky died 1886 on Clinton, DeWitt Co., IL - son of John I. Barnett Barnett born 1780 VA or died 1854 Barnett Township, DeWitt Co., IL.
In the will of John I.s father, he instructed his son John I. to sell part of their property and buy land for his son's (Alexander's grandchildren) in either Illinois or Indiana where slavery was illegal. His son bought land for his sons in DeWitt County.