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Barnard Genealogy & History

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.


Barnard Birth Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
Aaron Barnard-- --, 1897October ,1966OK
B Thomas Barnard-- --, 1932August 17,2004CA
Callie Sue Barnard-- --, 1926April 23,2005FL
Daad Barnard-- --, 1945November 27,2007OH

Barnard Death Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
Earl Barnard-- --, 1929January 24,2008Littleton,NC
Fabienne Barnard-- --, 1899October ,1968Moline,IL
G Alden Barnard-- --, 1914March ,1982Westfield,NJ
H Clay Barnard-- --, 1928November 15,1988Eugene,OR

Barnard Marriage Records

NameSpouseMarriage DateLocation
Benjamin BarnardAbby MccallumAugust 2,2008Wake, NC
Timothy BarnardBonnie PetteyApril 11,1992Wake, NC
Michael BarnardKaren HowardOctober 11,2003Wake, NC
Nashu BarnardChristie AlexanderOctober 15,2000Dallas, TX

Most Common Surnames After Barnard

1360th: Burger1361st: Weinstein
1362nd: Boswell1363rd: Urban
1364th: Brandon1365th: Dick
1366th: Harden1367th: Sheldon
1368th: Cummins1369th: Waddell

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