A Genealogy of the Barnum, Barnam and Barnham Family

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Notes for Barnabas BARNUM


The Genealogical Record of the Barnum Family confused him with Barnabas Barnum, Sr. (1783-1830), interchanging the wives and children of the two.

In the 1850 US Census for Bangor, Franklin County, New York the family of Barnabas Barnum was enumerated as follows:
Dwelling #53; Family #56
Barna Barnum, 68, M, W, Farmer, Real property $2,000, b. Connecticut
Mary Barnum, 58, F, W, b. Massachusetts
Carlos Barnum, 31, M, W, Farmer, b. New York
Lucy Barnum, 22, F, W, b. New York
Henry Barnum, 8, M, W, b. Canada East, Attended school within the year

Next door, in Dwelling #54; Family #57, was enumerated the following family:
Barnum, Ruth; 64; F; W; b. New York
Barnum, James H.; 28; M; W; b. New York
Barnum, Rumin; 31; F; W; b. New York

In the 1860 US Census for Bangor, Franklin County, New York the family of Barnabus Barnum was enumerated as follows:
Dwelling #1168; Family #1168
Barnabas Barnum, 78, M, Farmer, Real property $1,000, b. Connecticut [sic]
Mary Barnum, 68, F, Farmer, b. Massachusetts
Their sons Harvey and Carlos were living on either side of them and several distant cousins were living nearby.
He was buried in North Bangor Cemetery.
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