Richard Barnes

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Richard Barnes was a notable American Patriot and politician from Colonial Maryland. - AsNotedIn


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Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
1775/00/00 Richard Barnes attend the 1775 convention that sends delegates from Maryland to the Continental Congress. American Patriot
1776/00/00 Richard Barnes serves as the lieutenant for St Mary's County, with the responsibility for defending the county from British raiders who frequently plunder American property on the Potomac and Patuxent Rivers. American Patriot St Mary's County
1778/00/00 Richard Barnes inherits America Felix Secundus from his father, Abraham Barnes. Architect Tudor Hall, St Mary's County Leonardtown, MD
1781/10/00 Richard Barnes organizes a flotilla of local vessels to transport American troops from the Head of Maryland's Elk River to Virginia for the Yorktown campaign. American Patriot Elk Landing Elkton Siege of Yorktown
1788/04/24 Anti-Federalist William Paca, request adjournment to give him time to draft amendments to the US Constitution. On the following day, the delegates will not allow him to read his amendments. Maryland Representative Constitution of the United States Maryland Statehouse Annapolis, MD
1788/04/28 Richard Barnes and the rest of the Maryland Convention sign the Form of Ratification for the United States Constitution. Maryland becomes the seventh state to ratify. Maryland Representative Constitution of the United States Maryland Statehouse Annapolis, MD
1798/00/00 America Felix Secundus consist of a 1.5 story wooden house with two brick wings. The one story brick wings will be raised to two stories and the center section replaced with a two story brick central block. Home Tudor Hall, St Mary's County Leonardtown, MD
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