Source Material Related to the

Barnard Family

This catalogue includes both my own collection and items held by other family members. They relate to my direct paternal ancestors and collateral branches of the Barnard family (family tree). The catalogue is a work in progress, and does not currently include all items known to me.

Blue-shaded boxes in the first column have links to images or transcripts of the original documents.

John Barnard
Updated 9 Apr 2021

Number
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Description Location
BAR-1 Shreds and Patches by an Octogenarian [Rev. Mordaunt Barnard]. London: Williams and Norgate (1884). Inscribed "M.B. His Book" on title page. Rebound in leather and given to John Barnard by Osbert Barnard, circa 1977 Held by John Barnard
BAR-2Mordaunt Barnard, The Odyssey of Homer, Rendered into English Blank Verse. London: Williams and Norgate (1876). Copy bound by Taunton & Evans [Ethel Taunton] and inscribed on the fly-leaf "Jean-A. Morin from the translator's son P. Mordaunt Barnard. 3 Sep 1927. Mordaunt Barnard was born at Litcham, Norfolk, 5 Dec 1795; he was at school at the Charterhousein London; admitted scholar at Christ's College Cambridge, 15 Dec 1814. Ordainded Deacon 1818, priest 1820, Perpetual Curate of Barnoldswick, Yorkshire 1820, Vicar of Amwell, Hertfordshire 1826-4; Rector of Little Bardfield, Essex, 1845-64. Rector of Preston Bagot, Warwickshire 1867-75; died at St Leonards-on-Sea, 1885". Also inscribed, on the following page "Percy Mordaunt Barnard from his loving mother, 11th July 1903". Photos taken of binding, title page and fly-leaves, 26 Jul 2015.Held by Ian Morin
BAR-3Mordaunt Barnard, The Odyssey of Homer, Rendered into English Blank Verse. London: Williams and Norgate (1876)Held by John Barnard (copy from Osbert Barnard)
BAR-4Rev. Thomas Barnard (Rector of Withersfield), An Exposition of the Church Catechism. Bound manuscript book containing a series of lectures, in the handwriting of Rev. Mordaunt Barnard, inscribed on the fly-leaf "By my grandfather the Revd. Thos. Barnard - Rector of Withersfield. Mordaunt Barnard. To be preserved by my children and their descendants. M.B." [Linked PDF file contains only lecture 1 of 22 - the remainder will be added in due course]Held by John Barnard
BAR-5Mordaunt Barnard, Reasons of a Clergyman for Acting as a Guardian of the Poor. 2nd Ed. London: Simkin & Marshall (1837)Held by John Barnard
BAR-6Fancy and Other Poems, by an Undergraduate [Mordaunt Barnard Esqre]. Cambridge: E & J Goode (1817). See also original manuscript version BAR-45.Held by John Barnard
BAR-7Robert Beaken, Reverence my Sanctuary. A History and Guide to the Parish Curch of St Katherine and the Brotherhood of St Paul, Little Bardfield. Taverner Publications, 2007. [Rev. Mordaunt Barnard was Rector of this parish]Purchased from the author by John Barnard, July 2009
BAR-8P. Mordaunt Barnard, The Biblical Text of Clement of Alexandria in the Four Gospels and the Acts of the Apostles. With an introduction by F.C. Burkitt, M.A. Texts and Studies. Contributions to Biblical and Patristic Literature (e.d J. Armitage Robinson, D.D.), vol. 5. Cambridge University Press (1899). See also BAR-43.Purchased and held by John Barnard
BAR-9The Holy Bible. Being the version set forth A.D. 1611 compared with the most ancient authorities and revised. Cambridge University Press (1885). Inscribed on the fly-leaf "Percy Mordaunt Barnard, given by his father in the 90th year of his age, 1885"Held by John Barnard (copy from Osbert Barnard)
BAR-10P.M. Barnard's Catalogues. Tracts. Tudor Books (B). Bound collection of catalogues, some annotated in pencil with names of purchasers. Mostly issued from 10 Dudley Road, Tunbridge Wells.
  • Un-numbered List of Tracts issued from 85 Bridge Street, Manchester with pencil note of items "in stock  2-9-11".
  • No. 45. Tracts, Broadsides, Sermons etc. Chiefly 16th and 17th Century (posted 16 Aug 1911) 
  • No. 49. Tracts, Broadsides, Sermons etc. (Nov-Dec 1911)
  • No. 54. Tracts and Broadsides (April-May 1912)
  • No. 61. Tracts, Broadsides, Ballads etc. (September 1912)
  • No. 66. Tracts, Broadsides, Ballads etc. (Jan-Feb 1913)
  • No. 74. Tracts, Broadsides, Ballads etc. (July-August 1913)
  • No. 84. Tracts, Broadsides, Ballads etc. (1914)
  • No. 91. Tracts, Broadsides, Ballads etc. (June-July 1914)
  • No. 48. Tudor and Stuart Periods (undated, but 1911 based on chronology)
  • No. 57. Tudor and Stuart Periods (May-June 1912)
  • No. 62. Clearance Catalogue: Tudor and Stuart Periods (undated, but 1912 based on chronology)
  • No. 72. Tudor and Stuart Periods (undated, but 1913 based on chronology)
  • No. 88. Tudor and Stuart Books Including Books by John Milton (undated, but 1914 based on chronology)  
Held by John Barnard
BAR-11P.M. Barnard's Catalogues. Miscellaneous. Bound collection of catalogues.Held by John Barnard
BAR-12P.M. Barnard's Catalogues. Incunabula. Bound collection of catalogues.Held by John Barnard
BAR-13P.M. Barnard's Catalogues. Tudor Books. Autographs. Bound collection of catalogues, some annotated in pencil with sale details.
  • No. 30. Books and a Few Manuscripts Relating to the Tudor Period (undated)
  • No. 32. Stuarts and their Period (undated)
  • No. 37. Early English Books (undated)
  • No. 43. Tudor and Early Stuart History and Literature (undated)
  • No. 52. Tudor and Early Stuart History and Literature (undated, but 1912 based on chronology)
  • No. 65. Tudor and Early Stuart History and Literature (undated, but 1912/1913 based on chronology)
  • No. 81. Rare Tudor and Stuart Books (undated, but 1913/1914 based on chronology)
  • No. 94. Rare Tudor and Stuart Books (undated)
  • No. 41. Autographs, Manuscripts and Documents (undated)
  • No. 51. Autographs, Manuscripts and Documents (undated, but 1912 based on chronology)
  • No. 59. Autographs, Manuscripts and Documents (undated, but 1912 based on chronology)
  • No. 68. Autographs, Manuscripts and Documents (undated, but 1913 based on chronology)
  • No. 80. Autographs, Charters and other Documents (undated, but 1913/1914 based on chronology)
  • No. 92. Autographs, Manuscripts and Documents (undated)
Held by John Barnard
BAR-14P.M. Barnard's Catalogues. Miscellaneous. Nos. 97-116. All undated. Issued from 10 Dudley Road, Tunbridge WellsHeld by John Barnard
BAR-15Rev. P. Mordaunt Barnard, A Homily of Clement of Alexandria Entitled Who Is the Rich Man that is Being Saved. London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge (1901)Held by John Barnard
BAR-16P. Mordaunt Barnard, Jezebel. A Drama. London: Francis Griffiths (1904)Held by John Barnard
BAR-17Thomas Wilson [Bishop of Sodor and Man] A Short and Plain Instruction for The Better Understanding of the Lord's Supper with the Necessary Preparation required: for the Benefit of Young Communicants, and of such as have not well considered This Holy Ordinance. London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, No. 62 (1789). Autographed on fly-leaf by Sophia Eliza Martin [1766-1827, eldest daughter of Sir Mordaunt Martin], Frances Martin, Dec 1792 [1775-1802, fifth daughter of Sir Mordaunt Martin], George Martin Barnard [1799-1859, youngest son of Everilda Dorothea, second daughter of Sir Mordaunt Martin] and Thomas M. R. Barnard, December 1859 [1829-1878, only son of William Smith Barnard, fourth son of Everilda Dorothea Barnard, nee Martin]Held by John Barnard
BAR-18Memoirs of the Life of Robert Cary, Baron of Leppington and Earl of Monmouth. Written by Himself. Edited with explanatory notes by John Boyle, 5th Earl of Cork. Dublin: George Faulkner (1759). A pencil note on the flyleaf, in the hand of Percy Mordaunt Barnard (?) notes "Elizabeth, wife of John Mordaunt of Reigate and Avalon, mother of the great Earl of Peterborough & Monmouth, was daughter of Thomas Carey, 2nd son of Robert Carey, Earl of Monmouth. On page v of the preface to thus book, it is wrongly stated that he died unmarried. See Preface to 'Diarie of Viscountess Mordaunt' (1856)"Held by John Barnard
BAR-19Thomas Barnard, M.A., Master of the Free-School in Leedes, An Historical Character Relating to the holy and exemplary Life of the Right Honourable the Lady Elizabeth Hastings. Leedes: John Swale (1742). Inscribed on fly-leaf with the names of H. Clement, Thomas Alex Browne (Bilton Vicarage) and H. Gardiner [presumably previous owners]. N.B. The Charities set up by Lady Elizabeth Hastings still exist - see http://www.ladyelizabethhastingscharities.co.uk/Held by John Barnard
BAR-20Set of black-and-white photos of Osbert Barnard, circa 1970s. Some possibly taken at Sotheby's sale rooms
Held by John Barnard
BAR-21Craddock and Barnard Accounts for years 1968-1975 and 1979-1981
Held by John Barnard
BAR-22Selection of illustrated catalogues issued by Craddock & Barnard (A.M. Barnard & Osbert H. Barnard, 17 Church Road, Tunbridge Wells). Nos. 11, 12, 13, 15, 16, 17, 19 (all undated)Held by John Barnard
BAR-23Selection of illustrated catalogues issued by Craddock & Barnard (A.M. Barnard & Osbert H. Barnard, The Howard Gallery, 28 Museum Street, London WC1). Nos. 21-24 (all undated, though No. 21 contains advertisement for a new book on the Paintings and Drawings of J. B. C. Corot "to be issued in May 1929"). 2 copies of No. 23 (Edward Lear drawings)Held by John Barnard
BAR-24E. H. Barnard, The Merry Moorish Maids. Burlesque in One Act. Brigg: George Jackson (1864).  Inscribed on cover "Maria B. Barnard with the author's love". Edward Henry Barnard (1840-1866) was a second cousin to Maria Bolton Barnard (1823-1907), the 2nd daughter of Rev. Mordaunt Barnard (1795-1885) by his first wife, Maria Bolton (who died in 1857). Eight months after Edward's death Maria's widowed father married Edward's sister Adelaide Sophia Barnard (1834-1906), his first cousin once removed.  In 1868 Maria married Charles Fawcett Neville-Rolfe (her elder sister's husband's brother), but he died the following year and in 1876 she married Thomas Dewar Bourdillon; she had no issue by either. Held by John Barnard
BAR-25Printed pedigree prepared by Major Robert Cary Barnard (1827-1906) entitled "Eight Generations; My Ancestors and Descendants. To my Children and their children, R.C.B. August 1899".  He was a first cousin of Adelaide Sophia Barnard (1834-1906), the first cousin once removed, and second wife, of Rev. Mordaunt Barnard. His second wife, Anne, was the daughter of Rev. J. S. Henslow, friend and supporter of Charles Darwin, and the sister-in-law of Joseph Hooker, Director of the Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew.Held by John Barnard
BAR-26Manuscript pedigree of descendants of Thomas Barnard of Leeds (1645-1685, father of the Headmaster). Annotated in various different hands, probably including Percy Mordaunt Barnard and Nea Morin.Held by John Barnard
BAR-27Visiting card for Mrs P. Mordaunt Barnard, 17, Church Road, Tunbridge WellsHeld by John Barnard
BAR-28St John Ambulance Association certificate in home nursing awarded to Alice M. Barnard, March 1915Held by John Barnard
BAR-292 pages cut out from a visitors book (presumably for the Rectory at Headley). Ist page gives entriesd dated between 4 Feb and 26 Oct 1901 (names include Frances S. Taunton, M. B. Bourdillon, Reginald Wild [1st cousin to Alice Barnard]. 2nd page has entries dated betweem 26 Oct 1901 (Ernest W. Wild [1st cousin to Alice Barnard]) and 6 July 1905. 2nd page verso has entries from 28 Sep 1907 (Mabel G. Taunton) and 3 Jan 1908Held by John Barnard
BAR-30Alpine Journal, 1 Nov 1899, page 595. Description of a new route on the Grosshorn 3765m made on 26 Aug by Rev. P. Mordaunt Barnard and a friend, with Theodor Kalbermatten of Ried.
BAR-31Collection  of four typescript letters from Osbert Barnard to Mordo Barnard, 1953. Mainly relating to business matters. These were probably sent to Mordo at Wasdale Head, where he spent several months following Dorothy's death.Held by John Barnard
BAR-32Miscellaneous unidentified photos (with some negatives) from box containing papers and letters related to Mordo Barnard, 1953. Identification neededHeld by John Barnard
BAR-33Two newsletters for the Club Sans Blague (climbing club) dated 22 Aug and 1 Oct 1953.Held by John Barnard
BAR-34Letters from Heather M Ward dated 20 Aug 1948  thanking Mordo for climb on Milestone Butress with herself, Douglas and Michael [? Michael Ward, Everest mountaineer?]Held by John Barnard
BAR-35Personal letter from "Jean" of Heswell, Wirral, dated 11 Aug 1953 to Mordo Barnard. Mentions "Mr Brunning" (? Carl Brunning, author of "Rock-Climbing and Mountaineering, Faber & Faber (1946) ?]Held by John Barnard
BAR-36Marriage certificate for Charles Mordaunt Barnard and Annie Ottalie Walker, St Ann's Curch, Paris of St Ann and St Mary, Manchester, 24 July 1826. Bride and Groom both identifed as "chemist". Witnesses Ottalie Walker and Nea E BarnardHeld by John Barnard
BAR-37Set of photos of Mordo Barnard, mainly as a child or youth; some with his parentsHeld by John Barnard
BAR-38Set of 7 photos taken at 12 Aberdeen Park, London N5. Probably late 1940s / early 1950s. Some in sitting room, some showing Mordo and Dorothy Barnard in garden with others unidentifedHeld by John Barnard
BAR-39Party of three climbers surmounting the Nose on North Climb, Pillar Rock, Ennerdale. Climbers unidenified, bt third man (in hat) might be Mordo Barnard. Also photo of climbers on Napes NeedleHeld by John Barnard
BAR-40Set of photos showing climbing at Harrisons Rocks, near Groombridge. Various climbers, mainly unidentifed, buit including Mordo Barnard and Nea MorinHeld by John Barnard
BAR-41Documents relating to admission of Percy Mordaunt Barnard to North Wales Counties Mental Hospital, and his death and busial (1940-41)Photocopies obatined by John Barnard from Denbighshire Archives, July 2015
BAR-42Large family bible recording the sons of Rev. Thomas Barnard (1765-1799), Vicar of Great Amwell. The bible is embossed on the cover "John Gilbt. Barnard. From his Godmother, and Grandmother,  Eliza Rosenhagen, 1763" [This is Rev. John Gilbert Barnard (1763-1791), Rector of Bigby and Vicar of Barnetby-le-Wold, Co. Lincoln. His grandmother was Elizabeth (née Haydon, c1717-1798), wife of Arnold Rosenhagen (c1698-c1743), who was steward to the Duchess of Kendal, mistress of King George I.] The bible was presumably inherited by John Gilbert Barnard's younger brother Thomas on his death, unmarried, at the age of 26. Following the deaths of Thomas and of his wife Everilda Dorothea (née Martin, 1767-1839) it passed to their son Mordaunt (1795-1885) who passed it to his younger son Percy Mordaunt Barnard (1868-1941). A bookplate pasted on inside of cover records "Percy M Barnard from Mordaunt Barnard, 1 Jan 1884" . The front few pages record manuscript entries, mainly in the hand of Everilda Dorothea Barnard, as follows:
  • "Thomas Barnard, Clerk, the Owner of this Book, was married to Everilda Dorothea Martin, the second day of January one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four at the Parish Church of Burnham Westgate in the Country of Norfolk" [N.B. Howard and Crisp give the date of this marriage as Dec 1792]
  • "Thomas Mordaunt Rosenhagen, Son of Thomas Barnard, and Everilda Dorothea his wife was born the 12th of December , & baptized the 17th of the same month in the year 1794, and received into the Congregation the 6th of April 1795 - his baptism is registered at Stifford in the County of Essex, & his being received into the Congregation at Withersfield in the county of Suffolk. Died a midshipman the 27th of June 1813 of wounds received in action off the Gulf of Salonica." [An unidentified newspaper cutting pasted below gives a more detailed report of his death.]
  • "Mordaunt, son of Thomas Barnard and Everilda Dorothea his Wife was born the 5th of December 1795, baptized the 13th of December 1795, & received into the congregation the 10th of January 1796 at Litcham in the County of Norfolk." [Two newspaper cuttings pasted below give reports of his death at St Leonard's-on-Sea on 29 Oct 1885.]
  • "John Gilbert, son of Thomas Barnard and Everilda Dorothea his Wife, was born the 10th & privately baptized the 19th of February 1797. Received into the congregation 18th of June 1797 at Litcham in the County of Norfolk. Died at Meerut in Bengal the 17th of Novr. 1822."
  • "William Smith, son of Thomas Barnard and Everilda Dorothea his wife was born the 17th and privately baptized the 20th of April 1798 at Litcham in the County of Norfolk, & received into the Congregation the 26th day of June 1798 at Burnham Westgate in the same County."
  • "George Martin, son of Thomas Barnard and Everilda Dorothea, his Wife, was born on the 4th and privately baptized the 7th of April 1799 at Litcham in the Country of Norfolk, and received into the congregation the 3rd of July 1799 at Burnham Westgate inthe same Country". In another hand (probably that of Percy Mordaunt Barnard): "He died at Nice in Piedmont on the 22nd February 1859."
  • "On the 14th of June 1799 it pleased Almighty God to deprive me and my five infant Boys of an indulgent and affectionate Husband and Father in the 35th year of his age. Everilda Dorothea Barnard."
[See also the Book of Common Prayer, BAR-46.]
Held by Ian Morin
BAR-43Bound and annotated copy of "Clement of Alexandria: Quis Dives Salvetur. Re-edited Together with an Introduction on the MSS of Clement's Works by P. Mordaunt Barnard, M.A. Texts and Studies, Contributions to Biblical and Patristic Literature, Vol. V, No. 2. Cambridge University Press, 1897." Copy bound by Taunton & Elias. Pages contain extensive manuscript annotations in the hand of the author. [Cover, title pages and sample page photographed, Sep 2019] See also BAR-8.Held by Ian Morin
BAR-44Bound copy of the New Testament in Greek. Inscribed on inside cover "P. M. Barnard, Xts" [Christ's College], so presumably purchased as an undergraduate. Contains many manuscript notes in the owner's hand. [Cover and first twenty pages photographed, Sep 2019]Held by Ian Morin
BAR-45Hardback manuscript book of Fancy and other poems by Mordaunt Barnard (c. 120pp). Dated on inside cover "Mordant Barnard April 14, 1817". This is a manuscript version of the collection published the same year by E & J Goode  with attribution "By an Undergraduate" (BAR-6). [Cover, title and contents page and poem "Fancy" photographed Sep 2019]Held by Ian Morin
BAR-46Large family Book of Common Prayer embossed on the cover "John G. Barnard. From his Godmother, and Grandmother,  Eliza Rosenhagen, 1763" [This is Rev. John Gilbert Barnard (1763-1791), Rector of Bigby and Vicar of Barnetby-le-Wold, Co. Lincoln. His grandmother was Elizabeth (née Haydon, c1717-1798), wife of Arnold Rosenhagen (c1698-c1743), who was steward to the Duchess of Kendal, mistress of King George I.] The book was presumably inherited by John Gilbert Barnard's younger brother Thomas on his death, unmarried, at the age of 26, and ultimately passed via his son Mordaunt Barnard (1795-1884) to his grandson Rev. Percy Mordaunt Barnard (1868-1941). A bookplate pasted on inside of cover records "Percy M Barnard from Mordaunt Barnard, 1 Jan 1884. M. B." [See also the family bible BAR-42.]Held by Ian Morin
BAR-47Signe's History. A Norwegian Tale, by Magdalene Thorsen, translated by the Rev. M.R. Barnard, B.A. London: Chapman & Hall, 1865. Bound copy in red leather. [Cover and title page photographed, Sep 2019]Held by Ian Morin
BAR-48Walter Scott, The Lay of the Last Minstrel and The Lady of the Lake. Bound volume (328pp) containing the two poems and copiously illustrated with watercolour sketches by "Claribel", many of apparently Scottish mountain scenes. Inscription on fly sheet reads "A. S. Barnard, Dec 16th 1883" [50th birthday of Adelaide Sophia Barnard], with pencil note below reading, "Sketches etc. by 'Claribel', Charlotte Allington, 1st wife of Charles Cary Barnard, by whom this book was given to his sister, my mother. The inscription is in his writing. PMB" [Percy Mordaunt Barnard]Held by Ian Morin
BAR-49The Funeral Sermon of Margaret Countess of Richmond and Derby, Mother to King Henry VII and Foundress of Christ's and St John's College in Cambridge with a Preface containing some further Account of her Charities and Foundations, Together with a Catalogue of her Professors both at Cambridge and Oxford And of her Preachers at Cambridge. London, A. Bosvile, 1708. Original copy with Latin inscription signed by Thomas Barnard DD [1728-1781, Rector of Withersfield], Calend. Septemb. 1778. [Binding in poor condition with front cover missing]Held by John Barnard
BAR-50Rev. Mordaunt Roger Barnard, Sport in Norway and Where to Find it, Together with a Short Account of the Vegetable Productions of the Country, to which is Added a List of the Alpine Flora of the Dovre Fjeld and of the Norwegian Ferns etc. London, Chapman & Hall (1864)Copy purchased by John Barnard, c. 2003
BAR-51P. Mordaunt Barnard, The Interpretation of the New Testament in Modern Life and Thought. Essays for the Times, No. 9. London: Francis Griffiths [1905]. [https://archive.org/download/MN41910ucmf_0/MN41910ucmf_0.pdf]
Comments on the essay appeared in "Notes of Recent Exposition", The Expository Times 16 (12) 529-537 (Sep 1905) [https://doi.org/10.1177%2F001452460501601201; https://www.biblicalstudies.org.uk/pdf/expository-times/016_12_529.pdf]
Scanned copies downloaded
BAR-52Barnard Pedigrees in Visitation of England and Wales:
  1. Willoughby de Broke Pedigree in Visitation of England and Wales. Vol. 8. edited by J.J. Howard and F.A. Crisp, privately printed (1900), pp. 36-40 [descendants of Rev. Robert Barnard, prebendary of Winchester (1760-1834)]
  2. Barnard Pedigree in Visitation of England and Wales. Notes Vol. 7. edited by F.A. Crisp, privately printed (1907), pp. 166-169 [descendants of William Barnard of Leeds (fl. 1685)]
  3. Barnard Pedigree in Visitation of England and Wales. Vol. 19. edited by F.A. Crisp, privately printed (1917), pp. 153-162 [descendants of Rev. Robert Cary Barnard (1758-1827) and of Rev. Thomas Barnard of Great Amwell (d. 1799)]
Photocopies made by John Barnard
BAR-53Engraved metal bookplate with Barnard arms and crest and name “Mordaunt Barnard P.” Possibly made for Rev Mordaunt Barnard (1795-1885) and later modified by his son Percy Mordaunt Barnard.Held by John Barnard
BAR-54Church guide to St Mary the Virgin, Withersfield, with note on monument to Rev Thomas Barnard (Rector 1756-1781)Purchased by John Barnard, July 2009
BAR-55Church guide to St John the baptist, Great Amwell, and parish magazine July/Aug 2009 [Thomas Barnard, Vicar 1793-99; Mordaunt Barnard, Vicar 1826-84]Purchased by John Barnard, July 2009
BAR-56Guidebook to St Mary the Virgin, Headley, Surrey, and parish magazine Jun/July 2016 [Percy Mordaunt Barnard, Rector 1898-1905]Purchased by John Barnard, Sep 2016
BAR-57Mounted studio photo of Charles Mordaunt Barnard, in RFC/RAF uniform aged about 17 (circa 1917/18) [22cm x 16cm]Given to John Barnard by Denise Evans, Sep 2019
BAR-58Miscellaneous notes and references re Rev. Mordaunt Barnard (1795-1885)Collected by John Barnard
BAR-59Miscellaneous notes and references re Charles Mordaunt Barnard (1901-1983), including some personal papersCollected by John Barnard
BAR-60Miscellaneous notes and references concerning descendants of Rev Mordaunt Barnard (1795-1885) and his first wife Maria Bolton
(Dundas, Neville-Rolfe, Bourdillon etc.)
Collected by John Barnard
BAR-61Miscellaneous notes and references concerning Barnard families apparently unrelated to my own ancestorsCollected by John Barnard
BAR-62Miscellaneous notes and references concerning my Barnard ancestors and relatives, not more specifically cataloguedCollected by John Barnard
BAR-63Set of photographs taken in Snowdonia and the Lake District, probably in the 1940s, showing C.M. Barnard, Dorothy Barnard, Nea Morin and others, mainly members of the Ladies' Alpine Club and/or Pinnacle Club. Some photos may have been taken on Ladies' Alpine Club Meets at Ogwen Cottage in June 1944, and in Wasdale in June 1945 and September 1948.
  1. Group outside Ogwen Cottage; Mordo Barnard seated far left; Nea Morin in centre of 5 women standing
  2. Dorothy Barnard cutting someone's hair outside Ogwen Cottage; Nea Morin standing behind
  3. Group standing outside Ogwen Cottage; Nea Morin standing on right; ? Mordo Barnard on left; marked 1944 on back
  4. Group of women by ? Llyn Idwal; Nea in foreground
  5. Group on ? N Ridge of Tryfan; Mordo Barnard on right; Dorothy Barnard and Nea Morin; 2 women on left unidentified
  6. Dorothy Barnard on N ridge of Tryfan
  7. Three women on summit of Glyder Fach; Nea Morin on right; others unidentified
  8. View of Llyn Ogwen
  9. Marked on back "Bochlwyd Butress"
  10. Marked on back "Cneifon Arete"
  11. Marked on back in unknown hand "Dea [Nea?] and Mary [?]Moise on Cneifon Arete"
  12. Marked on back in unknown hand "On hill above Pig track 27/9/46"; Dorothy Barnard 2nd from left; others unidentified
  13. Marked on back "Pinnacle Club meet, late 1940s, High Level Route, Pillar; ? Nea sitting on right with ? Mordo behind her
  14. Dorothy Barnard and Mordo Barnard on deckchairs in a garden under blanket; woman on right unidentified
Held by John Barnard
BAR-64Miscellaneous documents and photographs relating to Osbert Howard Barnard. Including photograph signed by fellow naval cadets, and letter of condolence on his death from art dealer Hubert Prouté (Paul Prouté SA) of Paris (25 Sep 1985)Held y John Barnard
BAR-65Miscellaneous photographs of Charles Mordaunt Barnard, including childhood ones with sister Nea BarnardHeld by John Barnard
BAR-66Mounted wedding photograph of Nea Barnard and Jean MorinHeld by John Barnard
BAR-67Portrait photograph of Dorothy Barnard (fomerly Drury, née Higgins) - multiple mounted prints and original negativeHeld by John Barnard