University of Virginia Anth 509, Fall 1996
1642 Plymouth Colony Records 12:87-8
31 December 1642
Memorandum of a land sale from John Barnes to Edward Edwards. For the sum of sixteen pounds, to be paid in 5li 6s 8d installments of "money stockings shooes or other merchantable comodytes" over the next three years, Barnes sold to Edwards "all that his house and lands lying at Wellingly brooke wch was lately purchased of Mr. Thomas Hill, . . . Mr. John Combe and Phineas Pratt" to "the said Edwards and his heirs and assignes for euer . . ."
1643 Pierce 1968: 76
Name noted among a list of non-commissioned officers and privates for
1644 Anderson 1995: 98
30 December 1642
Edwards assignes the lands purchased from John Barnes (see above 1642) to
" 'Thomas Whitney' with further payments to be made to Barnes, and on
27 October 1647 Barnes released 'Thomas Whitten' from all debts."
EDWARD EDWARDS OF PLYMOUTH: HIS NETWORK OF RELATIONSHIPS
Barnes, John lands purchased from, 31 Dec. 1642