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Thomas Barnes, Hartford, 1639, a "proprietor by the town's courtesy," Feb., 1639-40, having six acres allotted to him. He lived on the corner of the highways now Albany Avenue and High St. He served in the Pequot War, 1637 ; granted fifty acres for his services, 1671. He removed to Farmington; sergeant of the trainband there, 1651; joined Farmington church about Jan. 30, 1652-3. His wife, Mary, was the dau. of Thomas Andrus, or Andrews, of Farmington. He d. about 1689 ; will dated June 9, 1688.

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