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  • Hendrik Barnard, b2c4 (1744 - 1830)
    c4 Hendrik ≈ 26.12.1744, burger Swellendam x 24.4.1768 Magdalena Jacoba BOTHA xx 17.1.1790 Elizabeth VOSLOO † 12.12.1850 (89.-) d1 Lea ≈ 21.5.1769 x Kaapstad 22.5.1791 Gerrit Pieter BEZUIDENHOUT d2...
  • Adam Barnard, b2 (bef.1714 - 1750)
    Marriage - 20 Jun 1734, Stellenbosch b2 Adam ≈ 2.9.1714 x 20.6.1734 Lea LE ROUX c1 Johannes Henricus ≈ 14.8.1735, burger Swellendam x 1.4.1759 Maria Elizabeth DIETLOF * c. 1743 † George 2.2.1831 (8...
  • Abigail Barnard (1642 - 1666)
  • Johannes Barnard, SV/PROG (1685 - 1727)
    BERNARD JOHANNES. - Cologne. Arr. 1708 as so., b. 1710. ~ 2.3.1710 Sara Pietersz Strand of Amsterdam. 3 children. + 1728. (V.C. 56; Inv. O.C. 4: 105; G.R. nr. 19.) - Dr. J. Hoge, Personalia of the Ge...
  • Adam Hendrikus Barnard, e2f4g6 (1875 - 1958)
    f4 Johannes Wilhelm Frederik * 29.8.1836 ≈ George 30.10.1836 x Knysna 20.2.1859 Anna Dorothea Elizabeth Marthina BARNARD * 2.12.1836 g6 Adam Hendrikus * 20.3.1875 ≈ Knysna 27.4.1875, sendeling x Robe...

Barnard family history records that the surname descends from the Germanic name Bernhard, from the elements bern (bear) plus hard (brave, hardy, or strong). It is claimed by Hebrew scholars to be a symbol of the Israelite tribe of Issachar. Variations occur as Baer, Ber, Berr, Behr, Bernhardt, Bernard, or Barnard. The first known instance was Hugo Bernard from Lincolnshire in 1130. Henry Bernard settled in Philadelphia in 1682. Notable names in the Barnard genealogy include Frederick Augustus Porter Barnard, after whom Barnard College was named, and Christiaan Barnard, who performed the world's first heart transplant surgery.