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Sir John 
Barnard
1685 - 1764


Sir John 
Barnard
, eldest son. Born into a Quaker family, he converted to CofE. Merchant and politician; sometime Lord Mayor of London. Member in six successive Parliaments for the City of London. Sheriff 1735-1736.............Sir John BARNARD, London He refused office for Mayor a second term in 1741. He was a Whig. Entry in "The Alderman of the City of London, Beaven Vol. II. " 1728, Jan 4 (16) X (D*) 162 JOHN BARNARD, Glover translated to grocers September 13, 1737.. Dowgate, 1728-50, Bridge Without, 1750-8.. S. 1735-6, M. 1737-8 [Elected M. 1741].. vice Crowley Knighted September 28, 1732; M.P. London 1722-61; contested Tiverton 1741; President Christ's Hospital 1740-58; master Grocers 1738-9. Died August 29, 1764; Will [P.C.C. 337 Simpson] cod. April 24, 1763; proved September 10, 1764. Note X = Those marked thus were nimally Whigs but prominent anti-Walpoleans in alliance with the Tories. " P. 196 in the above book: 1728 Sir John Barnard. One of the leading opponents of Walpole in the City and in Parliament and regarded as an authority on questions of trade and finance. His second daughter was mother of the 2nd Viscount Palmerston and grandmother of the 3rd Viscount, the Prime Minister. Through his elder daughter he is ancestor to the later Lords Hotham." http://freepages.history.rootsweb.com/~frpayments/KD1740 KENT's DIRECTORY ____________________________________________________________ For the Year 1740 ____________________________________________________________ CONTAINING An Alphabetical List OF THE Names and Places of Abode OF THE Directors of COMPANIES, Persons in Publick Business, MERCHANTS, and other Eminent TRADERS in the Cities of London and Westminster, and the Borough of Southwark ____________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________ LONDON: Printed and Sold by HENRY KENT in Finch- Lane, near the Royal Exchange: and by the Booksellers and Pamphlets Shops of London and Westminster, 1740. (Price One Shilling) Barnard Sir John Alderman & Merchant Mincing-lane, Fenchurch-street 8

Born: 1685Baptised:
Died: 29th Aug 1764Buried: chancel, Sep 1764
Family:
Barnard

Ancestors
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1.
Sir John 
Barnard
(
Godschall
) 1685 - 1764
2.
John 
Barnard
(
Payne
) ante 1655 - post 1685
4.
 
3.
Sarah 
Payne
(
Barnard
)
6.
 

Siblings


1.
Thoams 
Barnard

2.
Sarah 
Barnard
* 1678

Spouses



1. St Mary at Hill, London, , , England c. 5th Oct 1708
Jane 
Godschall
(
Barnard
) + post 1760

Descendants
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a.
Jane 
Godschall
(
Barnard
) + post 1760
1.
John 
Barnard
* 1709
2.
Sarah 
Barnard
(
Hankey
) 1710 - 1762
2a.
Sir Thomas 
Hankey
(
Barnard
) 1704 - 1770
2.1.
Jane 
Hankey
(
Sutton
) * 1734 ...
2.2.
Sarah 
Hankey
1736 - ante 1746
2.3.
Susannah 
Hankey
(
Norman
,
Hotham
) 1737 - 1779 ...
2.4.
Anne 
Hankey
* 1739
2.5.
Thomas 
Hankey
(
Weaver
) 1740 - 1793 ...
2.6.
John 
Hankey
(
Thomson
) * 1741 ...
2.7.
Robert 
Hankey
(
Penton
) 1743 - post 1786 ...
2.8.
Sarah 
Hankey
* 1746
3.
Jane 
Barnard
(
Temple
) 1715 - post 1739
3a.
3.1.
Henry 
Temple
(
Poole
,
Mee
) 1739 - 1802 ...
Sources

Timeline


1685Born (birth)
c. 5th Oct 1708Married
Jane 
Godschall
(
Barnard
) + post 1760 (marriage) London, England
24th Apr 1763Made a will (will)
29th Aug 1764Died (death)
Sep 1764Buried (burial)
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