Barnabas Horner

The name Barnabas Horner is not the first name listed on the monument.

The monument is in St Mary church burial ground, Pateley Bridge, Yorkshire, England.

Barnabas Horner was buried in the grave in 1821. The actual date of death is not currently recorded on the GPR database but it may be on the grave monument photograph.

Barnabas Horner age is given as 83.

Barnabas Horner calculated year of birth is 1738.

Barnabas Horner is listed on the GPR grave numbered 174468.

There are 201 other graves within this cemetery that are listed within the GPR database.

Barnabas Horner is listed as the father of Francis Horner on the grave monument.

Barnabas Horner has the record number 370481 within the GPR person name database table.

The record was added to the GPR on 12 December 2011

There are 6 images available for the monument listing Barnabas Horner (see below).

The follow note is stored against Barnabas Horner record:

Barnabas Horner was born in 1737 at High Bishopside and baptised at Pateley Bridge as Bernard Horner, the seventh child of Thomas Horner. He lived most of his life in Newbridge near Wath and was a farm labourer and linen weaver. He was variously known as Berny, Barny, and Barnaby. He had a son, born in 1775 at Pateley Bridge, who was baptised as Bernard but also known as Barnabas. He had another son called John born and baptised at Pateley Bridge in 1784. John became a tenant farmer at Parceval Hall, near Skyreholme and his parents lived with him there until their respective deaths. Interestingly, they were both buried at Pateley Bridge close to their other children who had died young.

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