Barnes (name)

Barnes (name)

Barnes is an Anglo-Saxon surname [cite web |url= |title=Surnames: Barnes |accessdate=2008-04-21 |] and rare given name. It may refer to:


*Barnes, Albert (1798-1870), American theologian
*Barnes, Albert C. (1872-1951), American art collector & writer
*Barnes, Arthur P. (fl. late 20th century), American composer & conductor
*Barnes, Barnabe (c. 1569-1609), English poet
*Barnes, Ben (born 1938), American politician
*Barnes, Ben (born 1981), British actor
*Barnes, Bill (c. 1800s), American baseball player
*Barnes, Berrick, Australian rugby player
*Barnes, Calum (circa.1920-1977), well known political figure-head of the West Lothian constituency. Lovingly remembered by his town-folk as "Tripod"
*Barnes, Chris (fl. 1990s-2000s), American singer
*Barnes, Chris, (born 1965), American actor
*Barnes, David (born 1986), Australian athlete
*Barnes, David (born 1977), American artist
*Barnes, Djuna (1892-1982), American author
*Barnes, Edward (born 1958), American composer & music director
*Barnes, Edward Larrabee (1915-2004), American architect
*Barnes, Edward Shippen (1887-1958), American organist
*Barnes, Emery (1929-1998), American football player
*Barnes, Ernest William (1874-1953), English mathematician, scientist, theologian and churchman
*Barnes, Ernie (born 1938), American painter
*Barnes, Fred (1885-1938), English music hall artist
*Barnes, Fred (fl. 2000s), American journalist
*Barnes, Geoffrey (born 1972), painter
*Barnes, Geoffrey (fl. 1980s), British colonial administrator
* Barnes, Giles (born 1988), English football player.
*Barnes, George Kelly (1895-1954), American gangster
*Barnes, Kristina (born 1973), American Blogger (
*Barnes, Harry (born 1936), English politician
*Barnes, Henry (fl. mid-20th century), American traffic engineer
*Barnes, Henry Edwin (1848-1896) British Indian ornithologist
*Barnes, Jack (born 1940), American Communist leader
*Barnes, James, any of several people
*Barnes, Jeremy American musician
*Barnes, Jason American Business Man
*Barnes, Jim (1886-1966), British-American golfer
*Barnes, Jimmy (born 1956), Scottish-Australian musician
*Barnes, John (fl. 2000s), Australian football player
*Barnes, John (fl. ca. 2000), British language designer
*Barnes, John (born 1957), American author
*Barnes, John (born 1963), Jamaican football player - UK
*Barnes, John A. British social anthropologist
*Barnes, Johnnie, American football player
*Barnes, Johnny (born 1924), Bermudian eccentric
*Barnes, Johnny (fl. mid-20th century), American coach
*Barnes, Joshua (1654-1712), English scholar
*Barnes, Julian (born 1946), British author
*Barnes-Mileham, Lacy (born 1964), American discus thrower
*Barnes, Linda (born 1949), American author
*Barnes, "Machine Gun" Kelly (1895-1954), American gangster
*Barnes, Michael (fl. late 20th century), Canadian writer
*Barnes, Michael D. (born 1943), American politician
*Barnes, Michael (born 1973), American judoka
*Barnes, Pancho (1901-1975), American female aviator
*Barnes, Peter (1931-2004), British dramatist, author
*Barnes, Peter (born 1957), English footballer
*Barnes, Priscilla (born 1955), American actress
*Barnes, Rex (born 1959), Canadian politician
*Barnes, Richard (fl. 16th century), English religious leader
*Barnes, Richard (1805-1846), Canadian entrepreneur & politician
*Barnes, Richard, Australian journalist
*Barnes, Richard (fl. late 20th century), American musician
*Barnes, Richard (fl. 2000s), British politician
*Barnes, Robert (1495-1540), English religious leader
*Barnes, Rory (born 1946), British-born Australian author
*Barnes, Ross (1850-1915), American baseball player
*Barnes, Sidney (1916-1973), Australian cricket player
*Barnes, Simon, Chief Sports Writer of The Times
*Barnes, Sir Edward (1776-1838), British soldier & colonial administrator
*Barnes, Steven (born 1952), American author
*Barnes, Stu (born 1970), Canadian hockey player
*Barnes, Sue (born 1952), Canadian politician
*Barnes, Sydney (1873-1967), English cricket player
*Barnes, Taylor (born 1987), Ohio State baseball player
*Barnes, Thomas (1785-1841), British journalist
*Barnes, Thomas Wilson (1825-1874), English chess player
*Timothy Barnes (born 1942), Professor of Classics in the University of Toronto 1976-2007
*Barnes, Toney Elway (Born 1958), Ret. Soldier and Security Specialist
*Barnes, William (1801-1886), English poet
*Barnes, William (fl. 1500s ), British judge
*Barnes, William Sullivan (1841-1912), American/Canadian Unitarian Minister

Given name

* Barnes Wallis, (1887 – 1979), English scientist, engineer and inventor


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  • Barnes — may refer to:In people: * Barnes (name), a family name and a given name, (includes lists of people with that name)In places: * Barnes, New South Wales, Australia * Barnes, London, UK. ** Barnes railway station * Barnes, Kansas, U.S. * Barnes… …   Wikipedia

  • Barnes R.F.C. — Barnes Rugby Football Club, formerly known simply as the Barnes Club, is a rugby union club which is claimed by some sources to be the world s first and oldest club in any code of football. The club, from Barnes in London, also played a major… …   Wikipedia

  • Barnes — ist ein angelsächsischer Familienname, siehe Barnes (Familienname) Barnes ist außerdem der Name folgender Orte in Großbritannien: Stadtteil Barnes in London Borough of Richmond upon Thames, England in den Vereinigten Staaten: Barnes (Henry County …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Barnes Lake — ist der Name mehrerer Seen in den Vereinigten Staaten: Barnes Lake (Prince of Wales Hyder, Alaska) Barnes Lake (Wrangell, Alaska) Barnes Lake (Cross County, Arkansas) Barnes Lake (Monroe County, Arkansas) Barnes Lake (Georgia) Barnes Lake… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Barnes School — Barnes School, Devlali, is the largest boarding school in west India. It was established in 1925, on the basis of a 1718 original foundation. It is a private co educational prep school. It is an Anglican school, founded in 1925, under the… …   Wikipedia

  • Barnes, Sunderland — Barnes is a suburb of Sunderland, situated about a mile west of the city centre. The area is split into Low Barnes (a name rarely used) and the more affluent High Barnes, near to Barnes Park and the Bede Centre of City of Sunderland… …   Wikipedia

  • Barnes Mill, West Virginia — Barnes Mill is an unincorporated community in Hampshire County in the U.S. state of West Virginia. It is located along the Little Cacapon River on Little Cacapon River Road (West Virginia Secondary Route 50/9) north of Frenchburg. The original… …   Wikipedia

  • Barnes Island — ist der Name mehrerer Inseln in den Vereinigten Staaten: Barnes Island (Maine) Barnes Island (Texas) Barnes Island (Washington) Diese Seite ist eine Begriffsklärung zur Unterscheidung mehrerer mit demselben Wort bezeichneter Begriffe …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Barnes Island — is a small island in the San Juan Islands of the U.S. state of Washington. It is located near Clark Island off the northeast coast of Orcas Island.The name was given by Charles Wilkes during the Wilkes Expedition of 1838 1842, to honor a sailor… …   Wikipedia

  • Name All the Animals — is a 2004 memoir by Alison Smith, detailing the aftermath of the death of her eighteen year old brother. While attending Our Lady of Mercy High School, a Catholic high school, Smith developed an eating disorder, lost her faith in God and realized …   Wikipedia

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