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 Josiah /Barnett/ , JoRoyall /Barnett/ , Joseph /Barnett/ , Joroyall /Barnett/

  • Né le 13 mars 1802 - Spartanburg, Spartanburg, South Carolina
  • Décédé après 1880 - Hill County, Texas


  • Micajah Cicero Barnett, né le 13 mai 1760 - Goochland County, Virginia, décédé le 9 janvier 1837 - Spartanburg, Spartanburg, South Carolina à l’âge de 76 ans , inhumé après 9 janvier 1837 - Barnett Cemetery, Camp Croft State Park, Spartanburg, South Carolina, Baptist Minister
    Marié avec
  • Jane Glenn, née le 12 mai 1762 - St James Northam Parish, Goochland, Virginia, décédée le 17 décembre 1812 - St James Northam Parish, Goochland, Virginia à l’âge de 50 ans , inhumée après 17 décembre 1812 - Barnett Cemetery, Spartanburg, South Carolina

 Union(s), enfant(s), les petits enfants et les arrière-petits-enfants


 Demi-frères et demi-sœurs

Du côté de Micajah Cicero Barnett, né le 13 mai 1760 - Goochland County, Virginia, décédé le 9 janvier 1837 - Spartanburg, Spartanburg, South Carolina à l’âge de 76 ans , inhumé après 9 janvier 1837 - Barnett Cemetery, Camp Croft State Park, Spartanburg, South Carolina, Baptist Minister

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Notes individuelles

Source: 1850 Federal Census, Monroe County, Tennessee 12 November, 14th Civil District, page 229 (scan 115), Hse/Fam #1608 Jariel [Jorial] Barnett 42 M Farmer $600 Real Estate. $200 Personal b SC Nancy Barnett 25 F b SC; Zachary Taylor Barnett 9mos M b NC
Source: 1840 Federal Census, Cherokee County, North Carolina page 236 Joriael Barnet, age 30-40, males 1 under 5, 3x5-10, females 1 under 5, 1x5-10, 1x10-15
Source: 1880 Federal Census, Hill County, Texas 5 June, District 73, Page 13, Hse #107, Fam #106 Barnett, J R W M 71 Farmer SC NC SC; Barnett, Sarah W F 50 Wife Keeping House MO TN TN
Source: 1870 Federal Census, Hill County, Texas 23 August, PO Hillsboro, page 39, Hse/Fam # 265 Barnet, Jorile 62 M W Farmer No Real Estate value $150 Personal South Carolina; Barnet, Sarah 49 F W Missouri
Source: 1855 Illinois State Census, Washington County 3 Jul 1855 Jorial Barnett 1 male under 10 years, 2 males 10-20, 1 male 20-30, 1 male 40-50; 3 females under 10 years, 1 female 10-20, 1 female 20-30
Source: Ancestry.com - Tennessee State Marriages, 1780-2002 - Name: Ancestry.com Operations Inc; Location: Provo, UT, USA; Date: 2008; - Ancestry.com - - <i>Tennessee State Marriages, 1780-2002</i>. Nashville, TN, USA: Tennessee State Library and Archives. Microfilm. page 78, entry 226 Josiah [Jorial/Jorile] Barnett, Spouse Nancy Powell, Marriage 27 Oct 1848 Monroe County, Tennessee -- http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=1169&amp;amp;enc=1
Source: 1830 Federal Census, Spartanburg County, South Carolina Jorial Barnet 1 male under 5 years, 1 male 5-10, 1 male 10-15, 2 males 20-30, 1 female 20-30
Source: Will of Micajah Barnett Sr - Location: http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/8180737/story/c4359186-7de9-43b4-934a-77a9c2cbae2d?ftm=1; "8th All the remaining part of my estate real and personal to be equally divided between my beloved children Jessey Barnett, Elijah Barnett, Joseph Barnett, and Mikajah Barnett and Gency [Genny/Jenny?] Corder and I do hereby nominate constitute and appoint my beloved sons Jessy Barnett and Javan Barnett Executors of this my Last Will and testament"
Source: Descendants of John Barnett and Catherine Farrar - Name: Name: http://geocities.com/highlandcelt/BarnettFamily.htm?20089;; Children of MICAJAH BARNETT and JENE are: viii. JOROYALL BARNETT, b. Mar 13, 1802; d. Unknown.
This family was hard to reconstruct. One of the problems was the variety of first names of the husband/father of this Barnett family. Some sources seemed to have the name Josiah, but most had Joriah or Josial, or some other odd forms like Josill, which turned out to be one of the common mis-transcriptions we find on Ancestry.com. Josial and Joriah were likewise errors or misreadings of the census listings for Jorial.

Some listed him in genealogies or records as Jorial. The 1860 Illinois census and his record of marriage to Sarah Morgan Gibson spell his name as Jorial. The 1870 census spells it Jorile.

Once I saw the 1870 census in actual handwriting, this name made sense to me. His name is the same as the middle name of his grandson, the son of Clarinda Barnett and Jackson Green, my great-grandfather. We have good records in our family on this name. Great Grandpa Green's full name is Toliver Jorile. The first name of Clarinda Barnett's father in the 1870 census looks exactly like this Jorile. It is so unusual, it is no wonder so many had trouble figuring it out.

The name is confirmed in the family naming patterns. Toliver is the name of Jackson's father, Toliver Green. So Toliver Jorile was named after both his grandfathers Toliver Green and Jorile Barnett! This makes sense of the name of Clarinda Barnett's father. It also explains the sometime spelling of the name as Jorial, which is another spelling for the same phonetic name.

In searching with this more detailed Barnett information, I also found that there was another line of Barnetts, many of whom came to Texas from Alabama. Their ancestors were also from South Carolina, and have many similar names in their line. These Barnetts appeared to stem from a common ancestor.

The genealogy of the Virginia-Carolina-Alabama Barnetts does not report all the lines from the Virginia and South Carolina individuals. Some details are missing on several of those who are reported. Dates of birth also vary among the few genealogies reporting on this line of Barnetts.

A striking feature of these Carolina-Alabama Barnetts is the name Jorial which continues in various forms throughout the generations. This also gave insight into the origin of the name Jorial. Forms of the name in this line appear as Jorial, Joroyall or Rial. The variation Joroyall gives some clue into the linguistic origin of the unique name. Variations of this name will be found for individuals with the name.

A Joseph Barnett, born in 1731 in Goochland County, Virginia (just west of Richmond), had a son named Joseph Royall. I found that Joseph Royall's nickname was Joroyall. One of Joseph Royall Barnett's sons, Micajah Cicero, named one of his sons Joroyall. Another genealogy reports that this Joroyall's name was also spelled as Jorial. Joseph Royall's son John also had a son whose name he spelled Joroyl. Another son, Richard, named one of his sons Jorial. Richard's son Joseph named one of his sons Rial. Rial named one of his sons Rial T.

When I saw these variations it gave me a clinching insight to the name forms, and the origin of the name Jorile/Jorial. The pronunciation represented by these spellings indicates a vowel change between English dialects that is documented today.

It is well-known that in Northern Ireland, the OI/OY diphthong is pronounced as a standard English "long I" as in right or sight. Thus the normal word spelled ROYAL would be pronounced RILE! This is exactly the phonetic change we see in this line of Barnetts to give us the name sequence JosephRoyall-Joroyall-Jorial/Jorile. The strongest confirming evidence of that is that Joroyall's name is also spelled Jorial. The short form Rial automatically follows as a nickname or variation of the new name Jorial/Jorile. The spelling Jorile is used for the name in our line of Barnett-Greens.

These Alabama Barnetts wound up in Kaufman and Cherokee Counties of Texas, or nearby Texas counties. Jorile and Sarah's final residence was in Hill County, Texas, a little west of Kaufman County. Their daughter Clarinda married Jackson Green in Hill County before moving to Indian Territory (Oklahoma). Rial T Barnett in our Alabama line was born in Kaufman County 1871. He moved from Kaufman County, Texas, to Maricopa County (Phoenix), Arizona, where he died in 1940.

The accumulated body of facts indicates that Jorile Barnett, who was born in South Carolina, married in North or South Carolina, lived in Tennessee and later in Illinois, and finally moved with his third wife to Texas, is a cousin descended from one of the earlier generations in this same Barnett line, with the early name Royall handed down in various phonetic forms. Jorile/Jorial Barnett is reported in several sources as Jorial R Barnett.

The middle initial R probably stands for the proper second name Royall in the full name Joseph Royall, as we find for many individuals int his lineage, for which Jorial/Jorile was originally a nickname. It is the proper middle name for the grandson Toliver Jorile Green.

I have found that the Barnetts were one of several prominent families in Goochland County, Virginia, and all these families have the name Royall, Joroyal, Joroyl or variations, deriving from a family name Royall. The Royalls were related to the Farrars, Barnetts, Bowmans and some other families in Goochland, all of which use the name Royall as a given name in their lineage from this Royall family.

The Barnetts of Virginia appear to derive from an ancestor who was originally named Bernard. I have reconstructed the Bernard line back to the Norman Fitzbernard nobles in 1145. There are indications going farther back, but I have not felt as confident of reports earlier than 1145.

Jacob Green's wife Susan Barnett was not Clarinda's sister, as I had originally surmised from the fact that Clarinda had a sister named Susan. But Susan's father was John B Barnett from Alabama, and seems to be kin to the line of Barnetts originally from Virginia with many branches in Alabama, which I discuss above. I have not found the direct connection of John B Barnett's line to Jorial's line of Barnetts (as of December 2013). But there are many signs that the lines are related. See entry and Notes for Susan A Barnett.

I found a listing for what appears to be this Jorile/Jorial Barnett in Spartanburg, South Carolina, in the 1830 census.

1830 Federal Census, Spartanburg County, South Carolina
Jorial Barnet Head of household
Males 1 under 5 years, 1 male 5-10, 1 male 10-15, 2 males 20-30
Females 1 x 20-30

There are two males in the age range of 20-30 years. It appears one of Jorial's brothers is staying in his household.

We find Jorile and his first wife with their family in Cherokee County, North Carolina in the 1840 census, initially transcribed for me by Nadene Snyder.

1840 Federal Census, Cherokee County, North Carolina, page 236
Joriael Barnet
Males 1 under 5 (William?), 3 between 5-10 (James, John, Thomas), 1 30-40 (Jorile/Jorial)
Females 1 under 5 (Evaline), 1 5-10 (??); 1 10-15 (Nancy), and 1 30-40 (1st wife)

There is an additional female child here in 1840, aged between 5 and 10, whom we do not see later. This is probably a child who died before the 1850 census.

In 1848, Jorile married Nancy Powell, after the death of his first wife. His name in this record is written by the clerk as Josiah.

Tennessee State Marriages, 1780-2002
Josiah [Jorial/Jorile] Barnett
Spouse Nancy Powell
Marriage 27 Oct 1848, Monroe County, Tennessee
-- Tennessee Marriage Records, page 78, entry 226, http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=1169&enc=1.

1850 Federal Census, Monroe County, Tennessee, 12 November, 14th Civil District, page 229 (scan 115), Hse/Fam #1608
Jariel [Jorial or Jorile] Barnett 42 M Farmer $No Real Estate b SC
Nancy Barnett 25 F b SC
James Barnett 18 M b NC
-- page 230 --
John Barnett 15 M b NC
Thomas Barnett 15 M b NC
Evaline Barnett 12 F b NC
William Barnett 10 M b NC
Frances Barnett 8 M b NC
Isabell Barnett 6 F b NC
Zachary Tailor Barnett 9mos M b NC [b Jan-Feb 1850]

When first analyzing the 1850 census, going by the ages of Jeriel (42) and Nancy (25), it appeared that Nancy was his oldest child, making him about 17-18 when she was born. Later information indicated that this Nancy was actually Jorile's second wife Nancy Powell. Nadene Snyder had found church records indicating that Jorial and his apparent wife named Nancy had joined a newly organized church on 8 June 1844.

The records of Hanging Dog Baptist Church in Cherokee County, North Carolina, report that Jorial and Nancy Barnett joined that congregation on 8 June 1844. The church had been organized only in May of that year. Minutes through 1847 show Jorile (Jorial) chosen as a deacon (August 1844), then church clerk (April 1845), then ordained as an elder (April 1846).

The day after Nadene sent me that information, (in June 2008) I found information on a genealogy discussion list giving several helpful details about Jorial (Jorile) Barnett. Barbara Stevens informs us that Jorial married his second wife Nancy Powell in 1848. This indicates that the Nancy who joined the church with Jorial in 1844 was his first wife. Thus both his first and his second wife were named Nancy.

Tennessee State Marriages, 1780-2002, page 78, entry 226
Josiah [Jorial/Jorile] Barnett, Spouse Nancy Powell, Marriage 27 Oct 1848 Monroe County, Tennessee
-- http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=1169&enc=1

The date given is the date the license was issued, but the date of the actual ceremony was not entered later as usual.

In seeing the name Nancy Powell, I realized that her name had also appeared in the membership records of the Hanging Dog Baptist Church. Nancy had joined the same congregation on 9 November 1844. I have not yet found the death and burial information of the first Nancy Barnett, but this combination of facts indicates that she died there in Cherokee County, North Carolina, in the community near Hanging Dog Baptist Church. Her name does not occur in the partial transcription of cemetery burial records of that church.

Nancy Powell Barnett, according to the 1850 census, was born in South Carolina. Note that all Jorile's children with his first wife were born in North Carolina. It is helpful to note that Monroe County, Tennessee, borders Cherokee County, North Carolina, so they were just a few miles from where he had lived before, and still near the Hanging Dog Baptist Church. However, I do not find any reference to Jorile or Nancy Powell Barnett after 1846.

Note in the 1850 census the spelling of Frances is the female spelling. In 1860, Frances is reported as Female, but in later censuses the name is spelled Francis and this person is reported as Male, including the 1880 census showing F M Barrett as the husband of a family living next door to his father J R Barrett in Hill County, Texas.

The spelling of Jorile's name as Jariel probably indicates that the name was pronounced as Juh-RILE. This follows the accent of the name Joroyall, a combined form from Joseph Royall. The descendants of his grandson Toliver Jorile Green pronounced the name as JOE-rile.

In 1850, another Barnett lived 5 houses down from Jorile and was enumerated on the same page.

1850 Federal Census, Monroe County, Tennessee, 12 November, 14th Civil District, page 229 (scan 115), Hse/Fam #1608
Michael Barnett 21 M Farmer $No Real Estate b Tenn
Melissa Barnett 20 F b Tenn
William Barnett 1 M b Tenn

A Harding family genealogy tells us he was the son of Thomas Barnett. This genealogy does not give the sources for its information, but the marriage information matches the Monroe County, Tennessee, marriage records and this 1850 census record.

Mitchael Barnett
Birth Abt 1828 in Polk, Tennessee, Death BEF. 1928
Parents Thomas Barnett 1795-1882, Elizabeth Davis 1798-1894
Marriage to Melissa McNutt 3 Apr 1848 Monroe, Tennessee
William R. Barnett b 1849
Hillary Barnett b 1852
Anderson Barnard 1857-1931
-- Harding, http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/5493285/person/-940529497

Note that the genealogy has his name spelled Mitchael. His and Melissa's marriage records spells his name Michial. This may indicate his name was pronounced MITCH-ee-ul, rather than Mitchell or Michael. But most family trees spell his name as Mitchell.

Tennessee State Marriages, 1780-2002
Michial Barnett
Spouse: Malissa Mcnutt
Marriage 3 Apr 1848 Monroe County, Tennessee

The Thomas Barnett reported as Mitchael's father in the Harding genealogy is a Barnett I did not previously have in my tree. The Harding tree had no parents for Thomas. It seems likely that this Thomas is from the same lineage as Jorile and the other Barnetts in neighboring counties of North Carolina and northern South Carolina. Thomas' wife was Elizabeth Davis, whose father is from Virginia like the Barnetts and related families. Mitchael and Melissa's son William also moved west and settled in Oklahoma. When she died, Elizabeth was living in Fannin County, Texas, which borders Oklahoma on the Red River. Barnetts in Jorile's lineage live all across north Texas.

The 1950 entry for Mitchael and Melissa appears to be a duplicate of the same family enumerated nearby across the county line in Polk County under the names Mitchell and Malissa, with Wm R, age 1. Nearby are his parents Thomas and Elizabeth, and other members of that Barnett family. From 1860 Thomas and Elizabeth and other members of their family are enumerated in Monroe County.

Some time after the death of his second wife Nancy Powell in Tennessee, Jorile moved his family to Illinois. He was there by some time for the 1855 state census.

1855 Illinois State Census, Washington County, 3 Jul 1855
Jorial Barnett 1 male under 10 years, 2 males 10-20, 1 male 20-30, 1 male 40-50
3 females under 10 years, 1 female 10-20, 1 female 20-30

Nearby is another Barnett household.
Leonard Barnett 1 male under 10 years, 1 male 10-20, 1 male 50-60
1 female under 10 years, 1 female 10-20

Then he married an Illinois woman, Sarah Morgan, in January 1857.

Illinois Marriage Index, Book 2, Page 16
Barnett, Jorial -- Gipson, Sarah 1/15/1857, Jefferson County, Illinois

We find Jorial enumerated with his third wife Sarah in Washington County, Illinois in June 1860.

1860 Federal Census, Washington County, Illinois, 22 June, Ashley, page 42, Hse # 298, Fam # 270
Jorial Barnett 52 M Farmer $600 Real $200 Personal South Carolina
Sarah Barnett 38 F Missouri
Frances Barnett 19 F North Carolina
Isabella Barnett 17 F North Carolina
Z Taylor Barnett 12 F North Carolina
Clarinda Barnett 9 F Tennessee
Susan J Barnett 8 F Tennessee
Jane Gibson 13 F Illinois
Arminda Gibson 9 F Illinois
John Gibson 8 M Illinois

In June 2008, I got more information explaining these Gibson children. Nadene Snyder, another Barnett researcher, contacted me with information on this Illinois family, indicating that the Gibson children are Sarah's children from a previous marriage to Charles S Gibson of Washington County, Illinois. This, then, would also mean that Sarah is not the mother of these Barnett children. The ages of the Gibson children run concurrently with the Barnetts, and John Gibson is the same age as Susan J Barnett.

Nadene had identified additional census information that added or confirmed information on this family. In the 1850 census, 42-year-old Jerial (Jorile) is already a widower. In the 1840 census, which did not give names other than the head of the household, there is a female of the same age range as Jorile.

Nadene had also located the marriage information for Sarah Morgan and Jorial Barnett in the Illinois Marriage Index. Sarah Morgan had married Charles S Gibson on 26 January 1841 in Washington County, Illinois. The index tells us that Sarah Gipson married Jorial Barnett on 15 January 1857 in Jefferson County, Illinois. Thus Jorile's first wife, whose maiden name we do not know, died before he married Nancy Powell in October 1848. Sarah Morgan's husband Charles Gibson died some time before January 1857 when she and Jorile married.

Sarah and Jorial were not married until 1857, so Sarah is not the mother of Clarinda or Susan Barnett, having had her last child John Gibson in Illinois in 1852, the same approximate time as the birth of Susan Barnett in Tennessee. The mother of Clarinda and Susan, as well as Zachary, is Nancy Powell, Jorile's second wife. This means Nancy died sometime in late 1852 or later, after the birth of Susan.

Jorile probably moved to Illinois after Nancy died, but I have not found her death or burial information in North Carolina or Tennessee.

In the 1860 census, there are two children, Clarinda and Susan, who were born after the 1850 census, Clarinda in 1851 and Susan in about 1852. But Jorile and Sarah married in January 1857. This means that Jorile had a second wife after Zachary's mother died and before he married Sarah Morgan.

Jorile and his family were living on the North Carolina side of the state border, in Cherokee County, when Zachary was born in November 1850. Jorile had moved across the line to the neighboring Monroe County in Tennessee sometime before the 1850 census. He married there and his next two children Clarinda and Susan were born there in 1851-1852. This would mean their mother died in Tennessee sometime after Susan's birth in 1852 and before Jorile's marriage to Sarah Morgan Gibson in January 1857.

From there it is easy to envision them as part of the continuing stream of families moving west. Jorile first took his motherless children to Illinois, where he met and married Sarah, then at some time after 1860 they moved on with their blended family to Hill County, Texas.

1870 Federal Census, Hill County, Texas, 23 August, PO Hillsboro, page 39, Hse/Fam # 265
Barnet, Jorile 62 M W Farmer No Real Estate value $150 Personal South Carolina
Barnet, Sarah 49 F W Missouri
Barnet, Clarinda 19 F W Tennessee
Barnet, Susan J 17 F W Tennessee
Barnet, John [John Gibson] 16 M W Illinois [b abt 1854]

The fact that John is reported as John Barnett rather than John Gibson might indicate that Jorile had legally adopted him.

We see that Jorile's son Francis (Frank) and his wife Nancy Jane (Gibson) also moved to Texas with Jorile and Sarah. They are living a few houses from Jorile and Sarah, and are enumerated on the page before them. The ages of their two daughters indicate that the Barnetts moved to Texas about 1867. Fran and Nancy Jane's first daughter Sarah was born in Illinois in about 1846-7, and the second Maude was born in Texas about 1868.

1870 Federal Census, Hill County, Texas, 23 August, PO Hillsboro, page 38, Hse/Fam #259
Barnet, Francis 25 M W Farmer $100 Real Estate born Alabama
Barnet, Nancy 23 F W born Illinois
Barnet, Sarah 3 F W born Illinois
Barnet, Maude 2 F W born Texas

Nadene Snyder shared with me the entry she had found for Jorile and Sarah in Hill County in the 1880 census, along with other censuses. The initials J R here may stand for Joe Royal or for Jorile/Jorial R. This is the last public record I have found for Jorile Barnett. I have not found his burial information.

1880 Federal Census, Hill County, Texas, 5 June, Justice Precinct, District 73, Page 13, Hse #107, Fam #106
Barnett, J R W M 71 Farmer SC NC SC
Barnett, Sarah W F 50 Wife Keeping House MO TN TN
Pugh, Ella W F 16 Granddaughter At Home IL IL IL

Ella Pugh is the daughter of Mary S Gibson, daughter of Sarah and Charles S Gibson. An anonymous Ancestry.com genealogy gives information on her marriage to Joshua B Pugh, born in St Clair County, on 22 May 1856. They are recorded in the 1850 census for Washington County, Illinois, living a few houses down from Jorile and Sarah. This entry of their daughter Ella in her grandmother's household probably indicates that her parents had both passed away at that time.

Barbara Stevens prepared this chart of the places of residence of Jorile/Jorial Barnett. Posted: 20 Mar 2005

The migration of Jorial Barnett:
1808 = born SC
1830 = married 1. probably Maco Co., NC
1840 = census Cherokee Co, NC
1848 = married 2. Nancy Powell, Cherokee Co., NC
1850 = census Monroe Co., TN [adjacent to Cherokee Co]
1857 = married Sarah Morgan Gibson - Jefferson Co., IL
1860 = census Washington Co., IL
Civil War = sons Frank, William serve and wounded in Civil War - William mortally wounded and died in Ashley, IL 1862
1866 - Maude Bell Barnett born in Hill Co., TX - daughter of Francis and Nancy Jane Barnett.
1870 = census Jorial & Sarah, Frank & Nancy, and John Gibson et al in Hill County, TX
1880 = census Hill Co., TX
-- http://boards.ancestry.com/localities.northam.usa.states.texas.counties.stonewall/

After some months of fruitless searching to tie our Jorile/Jorial Barnett to the Barnetts and Royalls in Virginia, I found several genealogies on both lines. Various genealogies had different children with various genealogies having some of the same children. Estimated birth dates for the same or similar children varied considerably, making it difficult to know if they were speaking of the same individuals or different children with similar names.

Finally one of these had our Jorile with the same wives and children, with a birth year of 1802, and reporting his death in Hill County, Texas. This last detail was a definite confirming factor that they were referring to the same Jorial Barnett as ours, though the reported birth year was a bit different. No other family of this Barnett line in genealogies I had previously seen reported a Jorial that would match ours, and none reported any members moving to Hill County, only Kaufman or Cherokee County, Texas.

One question arose when I found Micajah C Barnett's will. Several children are mentioned, including some who had died, whose children (Micajah's grandchildren) are mentioned in the will. Why is Joroyal/Jorile not mentioned? It may be that he had moved away from the homestead area. There is a small chance that we have not properly placed Jorile Barnett as the son of Micajah C Barnett Sr. But the other known facts support this relationship.

But in Micajah's will a son named Joseph is referred to. Since we know that Jorile/Jorial/Joroyall and other variations found in Jorile's and various other Barnett's names, Jorial stands for Joseph Royall. Joseph seems to refer to Jorial/Jorile.

8th All the remaining part of my estate real and personal to be equally divided between my beloved children Jessey Barnett, Elijah Barnett, Joseph Barnett, and Mikajah Barnett and Gency [Genny?] Corder

and I do hereby nominate constitute and appoint my beloved sons Jessy Barnett and Javan Barnett Executors of this my Last Will and testament
-- Will of Micajah Barnett Sr, http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/8180737/story/c4359186-7de9-43b4-934a-77a9c2cbae2d?ftm=1

Nothing is known about Jorile's death and burial. His last known residence was Hill County TX; the last record found for him was the 1880 census report for him there.

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-- GEDCOM (INDI) -- 1 EVEN 2 CONC rried there, since in the 1860 census, he and Sarah were in Washingto 2 CONC n County, where he had been enumerated in 1855.

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John Barnett 1689-1756   Katherine Farrar 1687-1763            

Joseph Barnett 1727-1802   Lucy Wade 1729-1812    

Micajah Cicero Barnett 1760-1837   Jane Glenn 1762-1812

Jorile R Barnett 1802-1880/

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