MT PERSONAL RECORD • Of MOSES BARBER

1652-1733
SOUTH KINSTOWN RHODE ISLAND and SOME of HIS DESCEND ANOS

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ABBREVIATIONS aft.
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bapt. bef. bur. ca. cem. Co. dau. d/o» d. div. f.

after born baptized before burial about cemetery County daughter daughter of died. divorced father

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grd-dau. grd-son. grt. m. m (1). mo. N.K. S.K. s. s/o. rec(s). unm. ,R. Vital Records v-.
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grave stone grand daughter grand son great married married 1st & etc mother

North Kingstown/Kingston South Kingstown/Kingston son son of record(s) unmarried

Source of Information Family Bible r e c o r d s ; L e s l i e S . B a r b e r . Family Bible r e c o r d s ; Herbert H. Barber. James N. Arnold's V i t a l Records of Rhode I s l a n d . Rhode I s l a n d Gen., & B i o g . , ( Beers of R . I . ) Coles History of Kent C o . , Rhode I s l a n d . Barber Genealogy; ( Record of Edward Barber and h i s wife Phebe T i l l i n g h a s t (by Matteson), Westerly, R. I . Public Library). Soule F i l e ; Mayflower. A u s t i n ' s Gen., D i c t i o n a r y of Rhode I s l a n d . Cemetery's and Grave S t o n e ' s ; Rhode I s l a n d and Kansas. Town Records; Richmond, E x e t e r , Hopkinton, Wakefield and W e s t e r l y , R . I ; Atchison, Kansas; Kansas City, Missouri and Vineland, New J e r s e y . Family l e t t e r s of M i s s . Gladys Palmer, Hope Valley, R . I . Family L e t t e r s . , Mrs. L o i s B. S c h r o e d e r , Kanawha, Iowa. Rhode I s l a n d V i t a l Records, New S e r i e s , Vol. 1 t h r u £ . , by Alden G. Beaman, Ph.D. E a s t P r i n c e t o n , Mass. E r n e s t E . E a s t . , Manuscript, 1923. P e o r i a , 111.

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-1630 Georys '-Soule 1 . Geor-^O 6. Patience Susannah Soule "i.i-'r ancpaO C.Clor/icnt -bef1758 Susannah '.Vast 1.Dinah 6,Joseph 11.Ezekiel 1714/15-1805 Daniel Barber 1.Josiah 6.Reynolds 1745-1839 Jonothan Barber 1 . (sally 6.Delia

1605-1676 //31852 2 .Zac^uriah 7.Elizabeth // 32048 2.Thomas Y.John
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3-John S.Mary bef.1660 3-Petcr 8.L'.artha

4.Nathaniel 9.SHsannih F r a n e i s V/e s t , J r 4.V/illiam 9-Susan nan

5.Benjamin

5.Hichard

26 I..ar 16 92 Mo s e c E a r he r #37373 3 . Samue 1 4" • S u s a n n a h 2.Lydia 8.Huth 9--Benjamin 7.Marsha 13 D a n i e l 1 4 . Anna 12.Abigail

1652-1733 ( b i s 2nd m a r ) 5.Thomas IC.Hercy

1722-1799 #41206 2 .l.'ary 3» J o n o t h a n 7.L.eriam ' ~7L S m i t h 1769 LI 3 - Ke n r y 8.Elisha Deliverance 4.Daniel,Jr 9.Susannah Tefft 5.Deliverance

1752-1818' Sabra Stanton 4*-Eliza'oeth 9.Jonothan 5.Sebra 10.James (prob. 1768-1861 James Barber 4- A l b e r t s . 5 - J o s e p h D. ( o t h e r s unkn) 1828-1888

2. Russel 7.Susannah

other

1792-1874 E l i z a b e t h Barber L.Henry 6 . Susannah 1825-1862 Sanford B a r b e r 1.Orrin S.

6 Apr 1809
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3 . Mary cr.

28 J a n I 8 5 6 K (2) E l i z a b e t h Webster 2 . J o h n W.

31 J a n 1882 1861-1938 1858-1943 Amy A d e l a i d e B r i g g s John Webster B a r b e r 2 . L e s l i e •> 3 . H a r l e y / ' ; 4 . H a r y -? 1.Frederic i 5 Amy u O . H e r b e r t H. 7.Victor,twin 8.Vera, twin 1883-1963 Fr d e r i c S t a n t o n B a r b e r 1. Ethel Louise,desc *1907Florence E l i z a b e t h 25 Apr 1905 2.*Florence I885F l o r e n c e E t h e l Cham-olin 3.Frederick Earle

Barber

1. Avis Eliz. Dawley 2. Irvin Frank Dawley,Jr 3. Hobert William Dawley

13-Nov 1926 1907-1958 _* ( l ) Irv/Vln F r a n k D a w l e y <» m - WW i*{U- ( 2 ) J o s e p h H e n r y C h u r c h on o.I.'av 1961 I- " \TAO i s s u e )

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BARBER RECORD Their history dates back to England nearly 900 years, taking their name from their business, or trade (viz) hair cutting and wound dressing; hence the white and red stripes on their sign pole, representing the white bandage stained with blood in dressing the wound; and this family from their skill and fidelity were chosen by the nobility of England to perform for them and their families, and by way of distinction were for many years called the Baron's Barber's before surnames were much used, and the letter t!BM was inserted in the name when written, as John Baron Barber. One of this name was among the most ancient of English poet's; and we find people of this name in many parts of Europe, though their names be differently spelled. In Scotland, it is spelled Barboar., in France, Barbier., in Italy, Barbarone. (ref; Written by Gardner Smith Barber, son of Col. Moses Barber, born South Kingston, R. I.;, 11 February 1827 and died there in 1905.)

NOTE:- Subject to changes, additions, omissions or errors and with honest pride, I offer the following data of MOSES
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BARBER and some of his descendants.. P. Elizabeth Church

1976.

USQUEPAUG Is "Early American. Usquepaug, a village whose name is derived from the Scotch word for whiskey and whose shining moment came when a resident, William invented the common pin, remains much as it has been for the past century and a half. The village appears to have been transported from the 18th century. There are no more than 20 houses in Usquepaug and many of these date back to the early 1700s. There are no large industries here to support a large:population. Shopping must be done in Richmond or in one of the larger villages of South Kinstown, the two towns in which Usquepaug is located. Ai one time. Glen Rock road, which runs thru the center of the village, was the main highway in the area. Early immigrantentrepeneurs, sensing the need and natural advantages of locating along a waterway, built their businesses on the bank of the queen river which flows thru the village. As early as 1772 a factory was built along the river to manufacture iron. This building and a saw mill are thought to be the first industries attracted to the area. Lockwood, who was apparently the first man to think of putting a head on a pin to keep it from slipping through cloth, is thought to have been and began manafacturing his product some time after this. In the 1800s a factory was built along the river to card wool into rolls to be hand spun. In 1820 Thomas Kenyon bought the property and his name remain associated with industry in Usquepaug to this day. Pire destroyed, the cloth mill and it wasn't until 1886 that a grist mill was built to take it's place. The mill was operated by a group of farmers who brought their grain to be ground and paid a portion of their crop for the service. In 1909, Charles Dickens Kenyon bought the property, and the mill remained in the Kenyon family until J\9Sk-» The present owner, John Mulligan Sr., town manager of Narragansett, bought the mill in 1962 and her-and his son have operated it since then. Gone is the water wheel that originally powered the huge grinding stones, but the flavor of an old-time industry remains. The historical movement is strong, Mr. Arnold said. Many residents including his wife Virginia, are fascinated by the history of the area, and some are restoring their homes. A stone's throw frora the grist mill, still within earshot of the waterfall nearby, is the Wood and Wax Works, a shop specializing in handcrafted gifts. The shop is located in part of the first floor of one of the older houses of the village. One of the two older houses was an inn at one time. There is a stone in our (.Arnold) house that say's 1739. Like othur small villages in New England, the people in Usquepaug can be grouped into two catagories. There are people whose families have long been here and there are the newcomers. cont.

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The difference in Usquepaug is that 'new people here seem to be more actively involved in keeping the area whole.1 It seems that we're much more enchanted with the area than many people who have lived here for generations. There are many new people in Usquepaug. A few new homes are being built off Glen Rock Road and there are many newcomers, who live in the older part of the village. One older resident says 'It's just very quiet here.' Mr. Mulligan says. The only way to describe Usquepaug is 'early American,' " end. N o t e . A Mr. Thomas C. Gariepy, wrote t h i s a r t i c l e some y e a r s back and i t appeared i n the newspaper of the Providence J o u r n a l .

Generation 1 and 11 Far too little is known of some of the immigrants, who came to Massachusetts in the early 1600s. Such is the case of James Barber, who migrated from Berkshire, England, in 1633. Landed at or near Boston, ca 1633. He is of Newport, R.I,, by 1635James Barber had a one half share in Westerly, R.I., lands in 1661. (Narragansett Hist. Reg., Vol 1, p.319). This volume said Moses Barber probably was the son of James Barber, of Newport, R.I., Yet no supporting evidence has been found by the compiler. 2

Moses Barber, prob. s/o James Barber, b. ca 1652; d. South 2 Kingstown, R.I., 1733. Moses Barber removed by 1691 from Newport , R.I., to North Kingstown, R.I., where most of his children were b o m . He later removed to South Kingstown. R.I., and purchased a tract or tracts of land west.... and what is now called Barber's Pond. MosesHBarber, m. (1) wife's names and dates unknown. Three children were born of this marriage. 3 i William, b. 5 Jan. 1680. I. j ii Sarah, b. 2g March 1682. 5 iii Moses, b. ca 1681^. Moses^arber, m/2, Susannah West, (d/o Francis West & Susannah Soule), d. bet, 1755 & 1758- Her will dtd 21 Sept. 1755 and proved l± April 175$. The inventory of her estate amounted to 1,351 pounds,, 10s. Their issuel The first 12 ch. b o m & recorded in N. Kingstown, R.I., and the last 2 ch. in S. Kingstown, R.I.
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iv Dinah, b . 5 Jan. I693 ; ra. Westerly, R . I . , k June 1716, Edward Wilcox, s/o Edward Xtfilcox & Mary Hazard. Their ch. a. Mary, b. k Oct. 1717/8. b. Hannah, b. 29 Oct. 1720. c. Lydia, b. 6 Apr. 1?25, ra. 1759, Oliver Burdick. d. Susannah, b. [. Oct. 1727;ra.28 July 17^8, Mary Burdick. | v Lydia, b. 2l\. Feb. I69I4-; d. bef. 29 March; m. Benjamin Mowry• 7 1

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Generation 1 and 11 Moses J3arber ,Ch., cont. 6 vi Samuel, b. 8 Nov. 16957 vii Susannah, b. 23 Oct. 1697. 8 viii Thomas, b. 19 Oct. 1699. 9 ix Joseph, b, 16 Oct. 1?01. x Martha, b. 30 Nov. 1703. m. S. Kingstown, R.I., 3 Oct. 1?27, Thomas Parker, xi Ruth, b. 23 Jan 1?05; d. Stonington, Ct., aft. 21 Sept. 1755; ra. S.K., R.I., i. March George Bentley. j 10 xii Benjamin, b. 10 March 1707. xiii Mercy/ Marcy, b. 13 March 1708/9; ra. 1 Oct. 1727/9 Samuel Tefft, s/o John Tefft & Joanna Sprague. 11 xiv Ezekiel, b. 6 March 1710. xv Abigail, b. 6 Jan. 1712/13; died young. 12 xvi Daniel, b. 22 April I7U4./I5; ?. (compiler's line) xvii Anne, b. 8 Oct. 1717; m.A_fyivester Kenyon. The will of Moses ^Barber, Sr., rec. at S. Kings town, R.I., reads as follow; -B In the name of God, Amen, the 29th day of March 1758* I, Moses Barber, Sr., of S. Kingstown, R.I., in the Colony of R.I,, yeoman, being aged and weak in body but of perfect mind and meraory, thanks be to given unto God for it - therefor calling to mind and memory the mortality of my body and knowing that it is appointed for all men once to die Do make and ordain this my last Will and Testament, that is to'say principally and first of all I Give and Recommend my Soul Into the Hands of God that gave it to me andl my body to be buried in Decent Christian Burial at the discretion of ray Executrix and Executor Hereafter names nothing doubting but at the Generall Ressurrection I shall receive the same again by the Mighty Power of God and as touching such wordly estate wherewith it has pleased God to bless me in this life, I give, devise and dispose of the same in the following manner— cont. 2

Moses jBarber, Sr., Will cont. ......primus After my just Debts and Funeral charges and Legacies are duly discharged and paid by my Executrix or Executor — • — — — 1 1 The use of the Rest of my movable Estate I give and bequeath to Susannah my wife So Long as She remains my widow as also the use of my Homestead farm and House with all the privileges and profits thereunto belonging and further my Will is that at the decease of my wife, Susuannah that then all the Remaining part of ray said estate shall be equally devided between the daughters of my said Wife or their children. Item - I give unto my son William Barber one shilling in token of my Love, he having received his portion already in land. Item - I gire unto my son Moses Barber one shilling in token of my love, to him he having Received his portion already in land. Item - I give unto my son Samuel Barber one shilling in token of my love to hira he having Received his portion already in Land. Item - I give unto ray son Thomas Barber one shilling in token of my love to him he having Received his portion already in Land. Item - I gi^e unto my son Joseph Barber one shilling in token of my love to him he having Received his portion already in Land. Item - I give unto my son Benjamin Barber a certain tract of percell of Land scituate lying and being in Westerly by Estimation I 4 6 acres I. which I bought ofFrancis Colgrove to be to hira my said son Benjamin and to his heirs and assigns forever. Item - I give unto my son Ezekiel Barber twenty five acres of Land beingthe North West comer of my Homestead bounded Westerly on the Petequarascut line - Easterly Yaucup Pond. I also give to my son Ezekiel Barber 25 acres of Land on the South East corner of my Homestead Farm to be the same more or less - Butted and Bounded as Followeth Beginning at a certain rock by the Pond where the brook runs out of the Pond to the Westward to a large oak tree and heep of stones and so to extend the same course to Samuel Barber's land and so bounded Westerly on Samuel Barber's land - Southward on the land of Willcox and Eastward on the sd brook and the brook is the boundary to the before mentioned Rockand both the above mentioned percells of land which I give to my said son Ezekiel cont

Moses Barber, Sr., Will cont. ....said son Ezekiel Barber to be to him his heirs and assigns forever. I also give to my said Son Ezekiel Barber one loom and all my weaving utensils. Item - I give to my Son Daniel Barber all the remaining part of my Homestead Farm with all the Housing, Orchard and Fencing and all other to the same - Belonging to my sd son Daniel Barber and to his heirs and assigns forever. Item - I give to ray youngest daughter .Ann Barber one good Feather Bed well fixed and 1 20 in money to be paid to her when She comes to the age of 18 years. Item - I give to all ray daughters which are married to Each of them 5 shillings in Token of my Love, they having Received their portion's already; Also I give to the heirs of my Daughter Lydia Mory deceased 5 shillings. Item - Lastly my Will is and I do hereby order Constitute and appoint my true and Loving Wife ray Executrix as also my son Benjamin Barber my Executor of this my Last Will and Testament and I do hereby utterly Disallow Revoke and Disannul all and every other Former Testaments Wills Legacies and Bequests and Executions by rae. In any ways before named Willed and Bequeathed Ratyfiing and confirming this and no other to be my Last Will and Testament. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the Day and year above written. Witnessess; Benjamin Potter J o s i a h Sherraan Isaac Sheldon
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Also found in the records of the Town Clerk of S. Kingstown, "The account of Susannah Barber of S. Kingstown in the county of King's County She, Widow and. administratrix on the estate of her husband Moses Barber of sd Town and County Dec'd Said Estate being indebted and followeth; cont.

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Generation 1 and 11 Susannah Barber Account., cont.

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June 10 X73UApril 12 X73UJune 2k 1735

To To To To To To To To

Elisha Reynolds Jeremiah Sheffield Joseph Hammond Robert Hannah Charles Higginbotham James Perry Sylvester Kinyon Dr. Green Summa Totality

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Her Susannah 3 Barber Mark

The above subscriber Susannah Barber Personally appeared before the Town Council of S. Kingstown this 8th day of September A.D. 1715 and brought receipts for every article except that of 6 18 paid to Jaraes Perry which article she brought no receipt for Recorded September 9th 17 5 Robert Hannah, Town Clerk. Note; This will was presented to Soule Kindred Newsletter, Vol. 3., No. Ij.., October 1969., by Miss Gladys E. Palmer.

Susannah Barber's will was dated 21 September 1755* Her will was proved l\. April 1758. Her son Benjamin Barber, executor of her estate. Her daughter Anne Kenyon, a great Bible. To daughter Dinah Wilcox, the heirs of dau. Lydia Mowry., dau. Susanna Perry, widow, and daus. Martha Potter, Ruth Bentley, Mercy Tefft and Anne Kenyon the rest of her estate equally. The inventory of Susannah Barber's estate amounted to 1351 pounds and 10 shillings.

Generation 1 and 11: At this point, I would like to include a quote of Col. John Soule, in connection with the B A R B E K family...... "All members of this family were born in the area originally known as Pettaquamscutt, 1st settled 20 Jan 1657/58* incorporated with other areas on 28 October 167ij. as Kingstowne., except for a brief redesignatioh as Rochester., this name was retained until 22 Fob 1722/3, when ".Kingstowne" or "Kingstown" was divided into North Kingstown and South Kingstown. As a consequence the use of North Kingstown, (as shown by raany records) is incorrect as a birthplace. We prefer the use of Kingstown as it was then known or South Kingstown, as subsequently designated." Thus all dates before 1722/3 should be as in Kingstown. Some of Moses barber,s Land Purchases* "Whereas John Hull, Esq., late of Boston. •••• William Brenton and Benedict Arnold, Esq., John Porter, Samuel Wilboar(Wilbour), Samuel Willson and Thomas Mumford, late of R.I., all deceased, purchased ceratin tract or tracts of land in the Narragansett, known and called by the name of Pettyquanacut Purchase, the which said purchase granted unto Moses Barber, liberty to improve and possess a certain tract of land within said purchase containing 350 acres more or less, lieing bounded Southerly partly by land laid out to Caleb Arnold, and partly by lands laid out to the heirs or assigns of the before said Benedict Arnold, desc. Westerly by the Westerly line of said purchase, northerly and easterly by Yawoake Pond and the brook thaTt issues there and that runs from one to the other and the brook that issues there from and partly by sd lands laid out to Caleb Arnold; and did not in their lifetime confirm the some, wherefore we, Samuel Sewell & Hannah, his wife, as heirs in the right of sd JohnHull; Jahleel Brenton; Benedict Arnold, executors to and in the right of Benedict Arnold; Henry Gardner in behalf of himself, brother,s and sister, s and in the right of sd John Porter; John Wilbour heir to and in the right of sd Samuel Wilbour; Thomas Mumford, heir to and in the right of sd Thomas Mumford and as guardian to James Wilson, hftir to sd Samuel Willson cont.

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Moses Barber,s Land Purchasis.,

- we in our several capacities herein expressed for and in consideration o 1 30 current money of New England to us in hand paid by sd Moses Barber..... do declare .... that we in the right of the first proprietors and in behalf of ourselves, heirs and assigns, confirm, convey and make over their and our whole right, title, interest and claim in and unto some..... to the sd Moses Barber. August 22 1693* South Kingstown Land Evidence, bk2., pg I . . 40 John Wilkie of Narragansett to Moses Barber of Narragansett, for 1 30 " all that my tract of land lying and being in the Purchase of Robert Stanton and George Gardner of Narragansett bounded as followeth- northerly by land which was Daniel Longbottoms - westerly bounded upon Beaver River - easterly by a river commonly called "Gershom Cottrell s River", - southerly by land of Edward Boss, containing 365 acres, more or less, with all and singular the highways, privileges, commonages and appurtenances thereunto belong John Wilkie March 18 1701.

Note; P a r t i c u l a r thanks i s g i v e n t o Miss Gladys E . Palmer who has c o n t r i b u t e d much of h e r t i m e t o do r e s e a r c h f o r f a m i l i e s and f r i e n d and as i n t h i s c a s e , has a s s i s t e d me, by r e v i e w i n g and s h a r i n g h e r fami l y r e c o r d s t o add t o ray r e c o r d s f o r t h e c o n t e n t s of t h i s m a n u s c r i p t . Among J o n a t h a n ^ a r b e r ( 2 1 ) and S e b r a S t a n t o n , c h i l d r e n , were S a l l y Barber (Miss Palmer*s l i n e ) and E l i z a b e t h B a r b e r (my l i n e ) . We t r u s t you w i l l enjoy t h i s work as much as we have had p u t t i n g i t together. (Compiler).

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W i l l i a m 3 B a r b e r ( M o s e s B a r n e s 1 ) , b 5 J a n . 1 6 8 0 ; d. S . K i n g s t o w n , R.I.171|8; His w i l l d a t e d I k Nov. H k k , p r o v . 17 May 17if8; m.(l) Mercy Smith,oQ 22 Mar 1 7 1 0 ; d. e a r l y ; W i l l i a m 3 B a r b e r , m. ( 2 ) 1 May 1 7 2 0 , D/o A Peleg Mumford. W i l l i a m B a r b e r ' s c h ; Moses Samuel Joseph James V Mercy ra/ Joseph Carp vi Sarah vii Elizabeth viii m/ James Well. Mary 3 A b s t r a c t of William B a r b e r ' s W i l l : L i s t e d by A u s t i n ' s a s e l d e s t son b u t m a r r i e d 1 7 1 0 . He i s made Freeman i n 1 7 1 2 . 17 May 17-Mj. h i s w i l l i s p r o v e d a t S . K i n g s t o w n , R . I . , naming E x s , wife S a r a h and son Moses. To wife h e r c h o i c e of rooms w h i l e a widow, c h o i c e of bed, two cows, r i d i n g b e a s t and 20 p o u n d s . To son J o s e p h 10 pounds. To s o n Samuel 5 ° a c r e s , p a r t i n C h a r l e s t o w n and p a r t i n S o . Kingstown. To d a u g h t e r Mercy C a r p e n t e r 5 p o u n d s , she h a v i n g had a l r e a d y . To d a u g h t e r S a r a h B a r b e r , a f e a t h e r b e d , l o pounds and a cow a t 18 and l i k e l e g a c i e s t o d a u g h t e r s E l i z a b e t h and Mary. To g r - s o n F e n i x C a r p e n t e r 5 pounds a t a g e . To s o n Moses, r e s t of the e s t a t e , r e a l and p e r s o n a l . I n v e n t o r y , r i d i n g b e a s t , B i b l e and o t h e r books 8 p o u n d s , 5 f e a t h e r b e d s , t r u n d l e b e d , p e w t e r , warming p a n , loom, 2 2 w o o l e n w h e e l s , 3 l i n e n w h e e l s , 6 s i l v e r s p o o n s , c a n e , s t i l l y a r d s , 2k s h e e p , 6 l a m b s , yoke of o x e n , 5 cows and c a l v e s , 5 h e i f e r s , y e a r l i n g b u l l , c o l t , g e e s e , s w i n e , t u r k e y s , gun &c. 3 2 Land r e c e i v e d by W i l l i a i r r B a r b e r from h i a f a t h e r Moses Barber was a t r a c t of l a n d i n and about G l e n r o c k , as i t i s now c a l l e d a v i l l a g e w i t h i n Usquepaug, i n t h e s o u t h w e s t e r n c o m e r of South Kingstown, R . I . The B a r b e r f a m i l y v e r y e a r l y s e t up a s a w m i l l on t h e s t r e a m t h a t flows t h r o u g h t h e v i l l a g e . I t i s known now (1976) as Queen's R i v e r . ) W i l l i a m B a r b e r a p p a r e n t l y o p e r a t e d t h i s m i l l and upon h i s d e a t h i t p a s s e d by w i l l t o h i s s o n J a m e s .

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S a r a h B a r b e r (MosesBarnes 1 ) , b . 25 Mar. 1 6 8 2 ; d. c a 1785* ra. Jamestown, R . I . , 2k June 1 7 0 6 , D a v i d 3 Greene ( s / o James G r e e n e . & E l i z a b e t h Anthony), b . P o r t s m o u t h , R . I . , 2k June 1677* <•*• Jamestown, R . I . , 29 J a n . 1 7 6 1 / 2 . Their i s s u e : Greene D e s c . 1 Mary, • b . 5 June 1707. ii Sarah, b . 20 J a n . 1 7 0 9 . iii Elizabeth, b . 25 March 1 7 1 1 . iv Abigail, b . 25 March 1715* V Susannah, b . 1 May 1 7 1 3 . vi Waite, b . 3 Dec. 1716. vii Bathsheba, b . 30 J u l y 1 7 2 0 . viii Jonathan b . 6 A p r i l 1722. ix Patience, 15 F e b . 1 7 2 6 . Note; Jamestown, R . I . , R e c , V o l . 1 pg 1 3 - * P r o p r i e t o r s - B i r t h s D e a t h s - M a r r i a g e s - 1706. David Greene of Jamestown and S a r a h B a r b e r of s d t o w n e , " t u c k each o t h e r " . , i n m a r r i a g e a t a p u b l i c m e e t i n g i n my m e e t i n g house i n s d towne t h e t w e n t y f o r t h of t h e f o r t h month c a l l e d June and t h e y were pronounced l a w f u l man and w i f e " by Edward C a r r . 1 Greene note : David Greene ( James John ) , b. Portsmouth, R.I., 2k June 1677; He m. (1) 11 May or March 1698/9, Mary, d/o Rev. Ebenezer & Mary (Thurston) Slocum of Jamestown, R.I. Mary, b. 2 June 1679. David Greene m. (2) Sarah Barber (above). John Greene, Surgeon, of Salisbury, England & Warwick, R.I. (Greene (xen») • 2

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-i 2 1 Moses-jBarber (Moses James ) , b . ca I683/I*; m. (1) N. K i n g s town, R . I . , 23 May 1705* E l i z a b e t h E l d r e d ( d / o Thomas E l d r e d I6I4.81726) & Susannah C o l e ) , d . b e f . 1729* Had 6 o h . , b . S . K . , R . I . Moses-'Barber, m.(2) W e s t e r l y , R . I . , 9 A p r i l 1 7 2 9 , Mary L a r k i n . I s s u e of 1 s t mar; i Moses b . 25 F e b . 1 7 0 6 . ii William, b . k S e p t . 1707; d. 1787. iii John, b . 19 A p r i l 1 7 0 9 ; d. 11 Oct 1 7 8 5 ; m . ( l ) 5 May 1 7 3 9 , Mary H a l l , d / o Robert H a l l . m . ( 2 ) 17U7* Dorcas M o t t , d/o Jacob M o t t . b . ca 1 7 1 6 ; d. 17 Aug. I 7 8 7 ; I s s u e : a, Henry, b . 1 2 J a n 171*8; d . 23 S e p t . 1 8 0 0 ; I n 1780 was E d i t o r of t h o Newport M e r c u r y . b , W i l l i a m , b . 6 J u l y 17—* c , Edward/Edmund, b . 30 May 1 7 — • d, Mary, b . 3 June 1 7 — • e , Phebe, b . 1 7 6 0 ; d. 5 J a n . 1 8 2 0 . f, R o b e r t , b . 29 A p r i l 171*2; d. 29 May I 7 6 6 . iv Elizabeth, b . 18 March 1 7 1 1 . v Nicholas, b . 23 D e c . 1 7 1 3 . vi Bridget, b . 23 J a n . 1716; d. 17 D e c . 17l*7; ra. 17 D e c . 1732, Thomas C l a r k e , s / o W i l l i a m C l a r k e . Their i s s u e ; Clarke d e s c . a Ruth b . 20 May 1733* ra. 20 June 1757 Thoraas R a t h b u n . b W i l l i a m , b . 5 Mar. 173J*; ra. 20 Mar. 1757* Mary T e f f t . c Thomas, b . 27 D e c . 1 7 3 6 ; m. 8 Dec 1758 Hannah Yeoumans. d E l i z a b e t h , b . 22 F e b . 1 7 3 8 ; m. 1 June 1 7 6 8 , J o h n P h i l l i p s . e J u d i t h , b . 8 F e b 171*2/3; m. 8 A p r . 1762 R i c h a r d B a i l e y , J r . f L o i s , b . 3 D e c . 171*4; ra. 1 Dec 1765* D a n i e l P o t t e r . g Arnold, b. 30 Oct. 171*8. h Moses, b. 29 Dec 1751* ra. 18 Nov. 1773* Alice Aylesworth. Note; January 1701*, Moses3Barber is listed as a constable; In 1712, he was enrolled as "freeraan".

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o 2 1 Dina_sr B a r b e r , (Moses James ) , b . N. Kingstown, R . I . 5 J a n . 1 6 9 2 / 3 ; ra. W e s t e r l y , R . I . , 11+ June 1716, Edward W i l c o x , s / o Edward Wilcox & (1) Mary Hazard. Edward was b . Westerly, R . I . , ca 1692. Their i s s u e ; a, Mary, b . I* O c t . 1717. b, Hannah, b. 29 Oct. 1720. c, Lydia, b. 6 Apr. 1725; ra. Stephen Saunders,Jr. d, Susuannah, b. 1 Oct. 1727; ra. Oliver Burdick. * e, Joseph, b. 27 Aug. 1730; m. 28 July 171*8, Mary Burdick, (see Burdick Gen.)

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L y d i a B a r b e r , (Moses James ) , b . N.Kingstown, R.I.*, 2k Feb. 1693/1*; d. bef. 1755* as "her mother Susannah Barber mentions i n h e r w i l l , d a t e d 21 S e p t 1755 t o the h e i r s of dau. L y d i a Mowry". L y d i a Barber m. Benjarain Mowry, b . ca 1690. nothing further.

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Samuel B a r b e r (Moses Jaraes ) , b . N . K i n g s t o w n , R . I . , 8 Nov. 1695* H i s w i l l p r o v . , R i c h m o n d , R . I . , 1 1 J u l y 1 7 6 6 ; m. c a 1 7 1 8 / 1 9 , Anne C o r e y ( C o r y ) , d. a f t 1760; T h e i r I s s u e , i Sarah, b . 28 Nov. 1 7 1 9 ; ra. 27 J u l y 171*6, J o n a t h a n L e w i s , i i M a r y , b . 12 J u n e 1 7 2 1 ; d . c a 1 8 0 8 ; m . / l D a n i e l o r Thomas J a r a e s , s / o W i l l i a m J a m e s ; m . / 2 . 2k N o v . 171*5* D a v i d Moore s / o J o h n Moore & Mary E a s t o n . ( s e e Moore G e n ) , i i i Benjarain, b . 3 0 May 1 7 2 3 ; ra./l S a r a h L i l l i b r i d g e ; m./2, D e s i r e Moon. i v C a l e b , t w i n , b . 1 9 D e c . 1 7 2 7 ; ra. E l i z a b e t h N i l e s . v S u s a n n a h , t w i n , b . 1 9 D e c . 1 7 2 7 ; m. 2 J a n . 1 7 5 9 , D a v i d P o t t e r

v i E d w a r d , b . 6 N o v . 1 7 3 1 ; ra. 1 1 N o v . 1751** C h a r i t y B r i g g s . 1 $ v i i M o s e s , b . 10 A p r i l , 1731*; ra/1 A b i g a i l N i l e s ; m / 2 B a r b e r r y Albro. v i i i Sarauel, b . 7 June 1 7 3 7 ; ra./l, E l i z a b e t h Kenyon; m./2, Dorcas B a t e s . i x H a n n a h / A n n e , b . 21* J u l y 1 7 3 9 ; ra. D a v i d A u s t i n . x Amie, b . 28 N o v . 171*2; m. 29 May, B e n e d i c t K e n y o n . x i M e r i b a h , b . 21* N o v . 171*7; ra. 30 M a r c h , 1 7 6 9 , J o h n R u s s e l l . S a m u e l - ^ B a r b e r ' s w i l l p r o v . , 1 1 J u l y 1 7 6 0 ; EX . , w i f e Anne - & s o n C a l e b . To W i f e , t h i r d o f t h e h o m e s t e a d f a r m , r i d i n g h o r s e , cow & f e a t h e r b e d . To B e n j a r a i n , 5 p o u n d s , h e a l ready having had h i s p o r t i o n ; To s o n C a l e b , h o m e s t e a d i n Richmond & e t c . , h a l f o f s a w m i l l and a l l f a r m i n g & c a r p e n t e r s t o o l s ; To s o n E d w a r d , 5 p o u n d s ; To s o n M o s e s , c e r t a i n land. To s o n S a m u e l , l a n d i n E x e t e r & l / 8 t h of s a w m i l l & all land in Charlestown; To g r d - s . , D a n i e l L e w i s , 5 s h i l l ' s i n t o k e n of l o v e t o h i s m o t h e r d e s c ; To d a u . Mary Moore 5 shillings in love. D a u . Amie, g o o d s a t h e r d i s p o s a l to give to her daughters. Ref., The B a r b e r F a r a i l y of R . I , , by E r n e s t E . E a s t . 1923

A . G . B . , New S e r i e s , Vol 1*, pg 2 6 .

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o 2 1 Susanna^Barber (Moses James ) , b . 23 O c t . 1697; d. a f t . 171*8; m. S . K i n g s t o w n , R . I . , 1 1 June o r O c t . 1 7 2 7 , B e n jamin P e r r y ( s / o Edward P e r r y & Mary F r e e m a n ) , b . c a 1695* Their i s s u e ; 1 Benjamin, b . 7 Nov. 1 7 2 9 . 2 Edward, b . 28 March 1731* ra. D o r c a s Gardner 3 Freeman b . 23 J a n . 1 7 3 3 ; d. 15 O c t . 1 8 1 3 ; m. 25 J a n . 1 7 5 6 , Mercy Hazard, d/o O l i v e r H a z a r d . Had 7 c h . 1* Mary, t w i n , b . 19 Nov. 1735* ra/ 1757 Thomas Steadman, J r . 5 Susannah, t w i n , b . 19 Nov. 1 7 3 5 . m/ D a n i e l Steadman. Freeman Perrryi;-& Mercy Hazard had 7 c h . , Joshua., O l i v e r H a z a r d . , C h r i s t o p h e r . , E l i z a b e t h . , M a r y . , S u s a n and George H. C h r i s t o p h e r Raymond P e r r y , 3 r d b o r n was b o r n 1* D e c . 1 7 6 1 ; d. i* June 1 8 1 8 ; m. Aug. 1781*, S a r a h .Alexander of S c o t l a n d ( C T ) The f i r s t b o m of t h i s m a r r i a g e was t h e Naval Hero, O l i v e r Hazard P e r r y , who was b o m i n a s e c t i o n of S . Kingstown, c a l l e d Rocky B r o o k . , 23 Aug. 1 8 1 9 . The B a t t l e of Lake E r i e o r commonly known as P e r r y ' s V i c t o r y , o b t a i n e d him an immense p o p u l a r i t y , a t t r i b u t a b l e t o t h e manner i n which i t was announced - "We have met t h e enemy and t h e y a r e o u r s " «*. I n J u l y 1 8 1 9 , h e was s i e z e d w i t h y e l l o w f e v e r and d i e d a t t h e P o r t au S p a i n , on t h e i s l a n d of T r i n i d a d , 23 Aug. 1 8 1 9 . His remains were moved t o Newport, R . I . , i n a s h i p of War, by t h e o r d e r of Congress and b u r i e d i n t h e cemetery of t h a t c i t y , 1* Deo. 1 8 2 6 . He m a r r i e d 15 May 1 8 1 1 , E l i z a b e t h Champlin. Ref; The Hazard F a m i l y of R . I . 1 6 3 5 - 189*1* by C a r o l i n e R o b i n s o n . 13

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o 2 1 Thoraas-13arber Moses Jaraes ) , b . E x e t e r , R . I . , 19 O c t . 1 6 9 9 ; d. E x e t e r , R . I . , c a 1 7 6 2 ; m. 18 A p r i l 1 7 2 3 , Avis T a n n e r , d / o W i l l i a m Tanner & Hannah T i b b e t t s . A v i s , d. 1 7 F e b . 1777 Their issue; Martha, b . 9 O c t . 1 7 2 6 ; m. West. Dinah, b . 3 May 1 7 2 9 ; ra/1, J o s e p h E n o s ; m / 2 , Dea. Thomas Green(e)• Mary, b . 18 Aug. 1733* ra/ 1 D e c . 1751** J o n a t h a n B a r n e y . Thomas; b . 5 June 1 7 3 1 . Zebulon, b . 22 Jem. 1 7 3 6 . m. 21 Mar. 1755* E l i z a b e t h N i c h o l s . Thankful, Avis, S u s a n n a h , m. 18 O c t . 1 7 5 9 , as h i s 2nd w i f e , J e r e m i a h C o l g r o v e . N o t e ; The l a s t 3 b i r t h s , r e c o r d e d by c e r t i f i c a t e of t h e i r f a t h e r . ( A r n o l d ' s V.R. Richmond, R . I . ra. Thomas

x Martha ^Barber ( Moses James ) , b . 30 Nov. 1703* P a r k e r . They were of S . Kingstown, R . I .

N o t e , r e f . , t o Thoraas ^ B a r b e r , 9 Nov. 1 7 6 2 , A d m i n i s t r a t i o n i s g r a n t e d t o widow A v i s . I n v e n t o r y 538 pounds 1 3 s h i l l i n g s . ( E r n e s t E . E a s t , Ms The Barber Family of R . I . 1 9 2 3 . ) N o t e ; Thomas P a r k e r and Martha B a r b e r of, & Susannah mwd 1755* C h a r l e s t o w n , R . I . ( A . G . B . , Vol. 5 . p . 2 5 0 . C h a r l e s t o w n , R . I . V. R e c . Bk I A , p . 292; Bk 2A, p . 1 0 , 2 7 3 ) .

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o 2 1 ifN Joseph-^ Barber (Moses James ) , b. 16 Oct. 1701; d. Exeter, R.I., 1 May 1779* ». S. Kingstown, R.I., I Feb. 1722, Re* becca Potter, b ca 1705* Their issue, i Nathaniel, m. 8 Mar. 1753* Charity Rathbun, d/o Thomas Rathbun & Charity Perkins. ii Susannah, b. ca 1721*; d. ca!765* had a son Lillibridge, b. 10 May 1755; (see No 27). Susannah Barber, m. 3 M a r c h ^ W 1757* Jonathan Rathbun. They had s. Jonathan, Jr., b. oa 1762; d. Greencreek Turnpike, Sandusky, Ohio, 16 Feb. I81*i*; m. Rhode Island ca 1785* Elizabeth Clark, b. R.I. 30 Oct. 1770; d. Varysburg, N.Y., 181*5. There was also another s. Joseph Barber Rathbun. (see note), ill Mary, iv Rebecca, b. 16 June 1755; d. Exeter, R.I., aft. 16 March 1801; m. 7 Jan. 1773* Isaac Wilcox., _2hepa was evidently one dau. Rebecca, as she was referred to as grd-dau Rebecca Wilcox.

Note; 11* April 1779, Joseptr Barber Will was proved, prob. Exeter, R.I. Ex*Lillibridge Barber. To s. Nathaniel and heirs all lands in Exeter. To grd-s. Joseph Rathbone 50 pounds at age. To grd-dau. (Aoi'gai) Wilbur 100 Pounds and like legacy to grd-dau. Rebecca Wilcox. To gr-s. Lillibridge rest of the estate. Lillibridge Barber, b. 10 May 1755; d. 16 Feb 181|1*, prob was b. to Susanna Barber & Edward Lillibridge prior to her mar. to Jonathan Rathbone on 3 Mar. 1757* Rathbone and Rathbun are one and the same name.

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o 2 1 xii BenjaminnBarber (Moses James ) b. Kingstown, R.I., 10 Mar. 1706/7; d. Westerly, R.I., ca 1792; m (1) Mary Tefft, in S. Kingstown, R.I., 11 Jan. 1729; Mary, d/o John Tefft and Joanna Spra^1. She d 3 Sept 1782. Their issue; b. S. Kingstown, R.I. 1 Lydia, b. 16 April 1730; d. 17 March l8o7; M. Samuel Rogers li Nathan... b. 9 Jan. 173?;ra.Thankful Maxon/Maxson. iii Mercy, b. 1737; d. 9 Oct. 1809; ra. Harper Rogers. iv Mary, b. ca 1739; d. 9 Feb. 1791*; m. 19 Sept. 1751* Timothy Peckham. v Ruth, b. ca 171*2; d. Greenwich, Ct., 25 Mar. 1825; m. Robert Kenyon, b. Charlestown, R.I., 1 Oct. 1735* d. 10 Feb. 1805, Greenwich, Ct. vi Joanna, ra. ca 1759, Peleg Kenyon. 1737 - 1791/ Benjamin3 Barber, ra.(2) Mary Perry, d/o Susannah Barber & Benjamin Perry. Mary Perry was b. 19 Nov. 1735- Issue; vii Benjamin Perry Barber, b. Hopklnton, R.I., 29 June 1785. Abstract of Will of Benjamin^ Barber, Westerly, R.I. Yeoman, dated 6 Feb. 1792. Inventory, 23 Mar. 1792 "gives his dau. Lydia Rogers $ 1 ; dau. Mary Peckham my legnam vita morter and pestle; dau. Mercy Rogers $ 1 ; dau. Ruth Kinyon $ 1 ; gr^-dau. Johanna Rogers $ 1 : all rest and residue of estate to son Benjamin P. Barber when he shall arrive to 21 years of age. Son Nathan's ch. to inherit if Benjamin P^" died before the age 21 without issue. Nathan named guardian to my 3. Benjamin P., bur grd-son John Barber of Westerly was old enough to be named sole executor. ) Westerly Council and Probate bk 5 P* 171 f • 16

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o 2 1 x Martha^Barber (Moses Jaraes ) b. N. Kingstown, R.I., 30 Nov 1703; ra. ca 3 Oot. 1727, Thomas Potter of S. Kingstown, R.I., s/o Ichabod Potter & Mary Helm. nothing further. o 2 1 x i Rutl_y B a r b e r (Moses James ) , b . N. Kingstown, R . I . , 23 June 1 7 0 5 ; d. S t o n i n g t o n C t . , 21 S e p t 1755* ra. S . K i n g s rown, R . I . , 1* March 1721*, George B e n t l e y , b . c a 1702 and s / o W i l l i a m B e n t l e y & & Mary E l i o t of S t o n i n g t o n , Conn. George^Bentley was 3 r d g e n e r a t i o n of W i l l i a m B e n t l e y came t o New England i n t h e s h i p A r a b e l l a . , R i c h a r d S p r a g e u , m a s t e r , which s a i l e d frora G r a v e s end 27 t h May I S 71* and he was a r e s i d e n t of N a r r a g a n s e t t , R . I . 1 6 ? 9 . His w i l l a p p r o v e d a t Kingstown, R . I . i n 1 7 2 0 . ( H i 8 t o p y o f s t o n i n g t o n , c t ) ,

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xiv Ezekiel^Barber, (Moses, James ) b. S. Kins town, R.I., 6 Mar. 1710; d. Richmond, R.I., aft. 1786; m. Westerly, R.I., 28 Nov. 1736, Hannah Webster (d/o John Webster & Sarah Kenyon) b. 1715/16; d. aft. 1786; Their issue, b. Rich. R.I. i Joshua, b. 6 Dec. 1739; m. 17 May 1761*, Mary Barber, df/o Benjamin Barber & Sarah Lillibridge. ii Ezekiel 2r, b. 22 Oct. 171*2; m. Elizabeth Phillips, d/o Joseph Phillips & Jerusha Thayer, iii Desire, b. 20 Mar. 171*5; »* Richmond, R.I., 23 Jan.1766 David Nichols, Jr. b. ca 173i*/5* iv Hannah, b. 9 Sept. 171*7. v Elizabeth, b. 13 Oct. 1751; d. bef. 26 April 1826; m. George James. (See N.E. Hist., Reg., CXXVll, Jan 1973). vi Benjamins, b. 7 Feb. 1755; d. 28 Sept. 1831*. R^V-WftRvii Susannah, b.15 Aug. 1758; d. 20 June 181*9;; m. as early as 1783* Joseph Phillips. They had 9 ch. viii Mary, b. 28 June 1761; m. Richraond, R.I., Moshier Webster, s/o John Webster & Elizabeth Moshier. Mary Barber Webster, d. 6 May 181*3, ae 82. Moshier Webster, d. 1 June 181*7, ae 80. Both bur.. Hist. Cera., No 18. Richmond, R.I. Susannah Barber Phillips bur. in old cem., on Webb farm at Punch Bowl, near Hillsdale. Joseph Phillips left Richmond, R.I. ca 1803 and died Oneida County, N.Y. He was a follower of Jemima Wilkinson.

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• a 2 1 xv Daniel -^Barber (Moses James ) , b. S. Kingstown, R.I. 22 April 171l*A5*- d. Exeter, R.I., 28 June 1805; ra. bef.1731 Deliverance Tefft (d/o John Tefft, Jr & Mary Reynolds) Richmond, R.I., 19 Aug. 1722 Their issue; b. Exeter, R.I. i Josiah, b. 1739. b. 17l*3* ra. 31 Jan. 1762, John Wilcox, s/o Abraham. b.

d. Exeter, R.I., 22 Apr. 1799.

ii Mary, 21 22 iii

Jonathan, b. 15 May 171*5.

iv Daniel Jr, b. 171*8. v D e l i v e r a n c e , b . 1 7 5 1 ; ra. 6 J a n . 1 7 7 0 , J o s e p h B a r b e r , 3 William Barber. Reynolds, Meriam, b . 29 Mar. 1751** b . 13 Nov. 1757; ra. 1 3 May 1 7 8 0 , Asa B a r b e r , s/o s/o

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Josiah Barber, viii ix Smith, b . 5 Oct. 1760; d. 12 A p r i l 181*7. d. 1* A p r i l 181*5.

Susannah,

b . 30 Mar. 1761*;

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D a n i e l 3 B a r b e r a d m i t t e d Freeman of Colony 1 s t Wed. May 1762 R.I. 19

a t Newport, R . I . m e e t i n g , of G e n e r a l A s s e m b l y . , he was a deputy t o G e n e r a l Assembly from E x e t e r ,

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It is with misgivings, the compiler attempts to complete James^Barber's family, his spouses and legendary (33?) children. The compiler welcomes any constructive criticism, error, omissions and added data of this family., being assure<ji,of one son James"Barber, Jr. 1.." A lengthy obit, of Col. Moses Barber, found Wood River advertiser which after 1880 was changed to Hope Valley Advertiser. A collection of old newspapers at the Hope Valley, R.I., library said- "Col Moses Barber, said to have been the 28th born of 33 children, was b. 1 June 1782., d. 20 Nov. 1880." * In the same obit,raentionedthat James Barber was b. 1722, d. 10 Oct. 1821 and his wife, the mother of Col. Moses Barber survived hira many years. She d. 28 Feb. 181*9 aged 103 years & 8 months. This aged woman was so hale and hearty that at the age of 100, she went on foot and alone, to Usquepaugh, a distance of 2 miles, passed the day and returned at night unharmed. Obit continues "they", were blessed with 33 children, gives names of only 3. Ruth, who lived to be 92 Y. Marvel, lived to be

89 y. , and Rhoda the one living in 1880, then 91* Yrs old. 2.. In a disposition of "Mary Clark" of Richmond, R.I., that her mother Margaret Wilcox then wife of sd James^Barber & etc.... and further- 2 sons that died from home in the war (Rev) witnessed 9 Sept A.D. 1836. 2.. Bk 6, p. 211/212., Richmond, R.I., A deed, 18 0ct.l8l7, in which James^Barber, deeds to his two sons James Jr, of Richmond & Jesse Barber of S. Kingstown, two tract of land & etc 20

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James^Barber,

Bk. 6, p.213; Jesse Barber deeds one half interest of two tracts of land to James Barber Jr., of Richmond, R.I; Jesse Barber and wife Anna Barber also, signs the deed..... 1*.. Abstract of a summons to James^Barber , by his brother Moses Barber in ref., "his deceased father WillianrBarber estate, 8th day of Aug. A.D. 17l*8, per order of Town Council, Moses Barber son of the late Williara Barber, dec'd of S. Kingstown and exec, of the Last Will and Testament of sd father, names James^Barber in possession of some personal estate belonging to his father at time of death., "In his Majesty's name, George th 2nd over Great Brittain and King, to notify sd James Barber to show personal estate at Council meeting 2nd Monday of Sept., nest....Aug 30 171*8. Summons to appear and place within by leaving copy of the material for - of this precept at his dwelling house. Joseph Holloway, Town Clerk. Fee /.

There is no doubt that the void of Town Record in ref James^Barber in the years of 1750 to his 3rd marriage in 1768, a period of ca 15 years, more or less, would be a challenge to any researcher who had the time to delve into the past. Twins seem to appear often within this family. If this was the case and raany of the children had a twin and one of them died and including possible still and infants births, then again it is possible James Barber by several marriages was responsible for 33 (?) children. (Compiler).
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Glenrock, Usqueapaug, S. Kingstown, R.I., always noted for Grist and Saw mills., power comes from a little stream that rises in a Cedar Swamp to Northeast, flows thru a rocky glen which nature partly dammed and art of man greatly improved. The Barber family owne land here first and very early set a saw mill, on the site where the Woolen mill now is. Grist mills added later. It was destroyed in the gale of Sept. 23, 1815.
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James^Barber,

.Rubble was torn away and replaced in 1867 when Daniel Rodman built a woolen mill where he and his sons made coarse woolen goods 1882/3. Gardiner Barber has since erected a new grist and saw mill a little below this site which he now operates., a little above woolen mill Gardiner Smith carried on carding and after him Ezekiel James continued the business until his death. He also had a grist mill, which has lately passed into hands of Dan Rodman. Carding machinery not in use for years. (1882).
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I f e e l i t only f i t t i n g a t t h i s t i m e t o s h a r e t h i s new i n formation to the r e a d e r s . I n 1976, I s t a r t e d t h i s manuscript, under sad circumstances t h i s work was l a i d a s i d e u n t i l now, 1 9 8 0 . I t was b r o u g h t t o my a t t e n t i o n i n N o v . , 1979* t h a t - "A B a r b e r Family of Rhode I s l a n d , 19 p a g e s , was p r e p a r e d by E m e s t Edward E a s t of P e o r i a I l l i n o i s i n 1923". ( Copied by B.B. F i n n e y , 191*1) ( Copied by H.A. L l o y d , 1967) ( Copied by J . E . B u t l e r , 1967) Mrs. L o i s S c h r o e d e r of Knawha, Iowa s e n t me a z e r o x copy of t h i s B a r b e r f a m i l y t o r e v i e w . I t i s almost word f o r word f o r
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the same findings that Mis Gladys E. Palmer^have prepared together. In the event I feel there is new data that is needed, I will refer to it as: - (ref., E.E.EastvMs). (Compiler, F. Elizabeth Church). • ••••••• being assured of one grt- grt- grt-grdfather Jaraes^" Barber of S. Kingstown, R.I. I continue into the . f u - h -ovT generation of this Barber Family. 21~A

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Jaraes ^"Barber, ( W i l l i am^Moses James ) , b . S . Kingstown, R . I . , 11 Aug. 1726; d. t h e r e 10 O c t . k 8 2 1 , ae 9 5 ; m . ( P o s s ? ) — Mufford o r Mumford. Issue; i Robinson b . c a 171*3 . i i Noadiah, b . c a 171*5* i i i William, b . c a 1727N o t e ; Mumford G e n . , p 311* - Capt George^Mumford, m. 7 Aug. 1709, Mary Robinson. They had, Mary, b . 27 Nov. 1721 and Rebecca, b . May 2 , 1721*. James^Barber ra. Barber. Issue; Samuel, b. Weeden, b. Nancy, b. Joshua, b. Sarah, b. 19 May 171*8, by J . C a s e . , J u s t i c e . , c a 171*9. ca 1750. ca 1752. ca 1752. 17— Ann

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Jaraes^Barber, age ofl*2, ra. S.Kingstown, R . I . , c a 1 7 6 8 , M a r g a r e t Wilcox, age 22; b . 20 June 171*7* d. S . K^lngstown, R - . I . , 28 F e b . 181*9. aged 103 y r & 8 mo. Their i s s u e : i x Amie, m. . . . E l d r i d g e ; Amie B a r b e r E l d r i d g e i n Pompo, N . y . i n 1 8 2 3 , l i s t e d as a widow. x Anna, rem t o N.Y. S t a t e . x i George R e y n o l d s , b . ca 1 7 7 3 ; m. 1* Aug. 1793* by B e n j . W a i t , J . P . , Amy P o p p l e , x i i Hazard, rem. t o L o c k p o r t , N.Y* x i i i Job, b . c a I 7 8 O / I and d . i n i n f a n c y , x i v Theda, ra. Kenyon. xviRhoda, b . c a 1 7 8 7 ; d. 22 J a n . I 8 8 3 a e , 96y-llmO- 1 2 d . Bl*r« Wood R i v e r CJem, Richmond, R . I . , ( h a d s . John A. Barber), xv Moses, b . 1* J u n e . 1782; x v i i Ruth, b . 5 S e p t . 1785* d . 2 Aug. 1877* ae 9 2 ; m. (1) J o n a t h a n J a m e s . 1 7 8 5 - 1 8 6 1 . (See N. E . H i s t . , Reg, J a n . 1 9 7 2 ) . cont.22

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James ^ B a r b e r ' s c h i l d . , xviii Marvel,

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m. (1) 8 Sept 1793* James Munroe Baker, who d. Oct. l8li*; Had 10 ch; 3 known., Amey, 17 Apr 1800., Nancy, b. 1601*.,

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and Electra C , b. 27 Jan 1807. (Ref., Births of Washington County, Vol. 1., p. 1 1 A 2 by A. G. Beaman.). xix Jaraes^ Jr. b. 20 July I788; d. 8 Aug. 1861 ae, 73y 1 mo 19d. xx Jesse, m. 1 Nov. 1813, Anna Sherman. They rem. to * Cattarougas, Co., N.Y. One known son., John. Note; Marvel Barber (no xviii, above) m. (2) Anthony Northrup d. 13 April 181*7, in his 78th year. This was his 2nd mar. Anthony & Marvel are buried in S. K., Cem., No 89 at Glenrock, near Dugway Road. Note; Rhoda Barber (noxvi), poss married/Theda & Davis, ch? In Queen's River Church Cera., S.Kingstown, R.I. a single C.S. Davis G. Barber, s/o Rhody Barber, d. 27 Nov. 181*7, 31 Yr. Note: ref., E.E.East ms, p.5«- James Barber, fourth child of William Barber, was b o m in S. Kingstown, R.I., Aug. 11, 1726. He married Ann Barber in S. K., R.I., 19 May 171*8, with Justice John Case officiating. He married Margaret (probably Wilcox or Willcox) in her 23rd year, about 1768. Margaret was b o m probably 30 June 171*6 and died 27 Feb. 181*9/50. Tradition say James Barber had 33 children, eleven by his 2nd wife and 22 by the first. Margaret had a child at the time they were married. It is not certain she was a widow. James Barber was a Revolutionary soldier. ( see his papers). Jaraes Barber had 2 sons by his first wife who died in the service during the Revolution, but their names are not on record. James Barber had at least eleven Children whose names are known. Doubt has been expressed in some quarters that he had 33 children. Thishowever , is well settled family tradition. 22-A

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W i l l of James^" B a r b e r of S . Kingstown, R . I . , - Yeoman- made h i s mark. M a r r i e d Margaret W i l c o x . His w i l l d a t e d 29 May 1 8 2 1 . P . 300 P r o b a t e Records V o l . , 1811* - 1 8 2 3 . W i t n e s s e d by Thomas A. Hazard - J o s e p h Adams - E s t h e r Adams. To son Moses, l a n d p a r t l y i n E x e t e r & S . K i n g s t o w n . , SwampMuddy Brook - g r e a t r i v e r t h a t l e a d s t o Mumfords M i l l - J e s s e B a r b e r ' s l a n d and t h a t of James B a r b e r J r . & D u r f e e ' s . To son Reynolds B a r b e r , - Amy E l d r i d g e - Marvel N o r t h r u p & Ruth J a m e s , l a n d p a r t l y i n S . Kingstown & E x e t e r - W i l l i a m C l a r k e , c r o s s ways t h a t l e a d s from Durfee - Muddy Brook t o Moses l a n d . I n v e n t o r y t a k e n 8 Nov, 1821 - $ 9 5 . 91*., 1 1 b u n d l e s Cedar S h i n g l e s $ 3 2 . 0 0 . , Coffee m i l l . 3 3 and e t c . Son Moses p u t i n a b i l l f o r c a r i n g f o r h i s f a t h e r - c o l l e c t e d $ 1 5 9 . 0 0 from s a l e of s h i n g l e s and r e n t of l a n d , i n c l u d e d i n b i l l , g r e a t c o a t made, $ 1 1 . 2 5 . , 1 p r shoes $ 2 . 0 0 , 2 s h i r t s , $ 1 . 6 0 , 21* weeks ov b o a r d $ 72.00 f o r my f a t h e r ; b r o a d c l o t h of James Helm, $ 5-»00, .19 p o s t a g e of l e t t e r s . Tax t o Richmond, $ 1 6 . 0 0 , S a t i n e t t e • f l a n n e l f o r m o t h e r , $ 1*.00, 1 day r u n n i n g James J r . , l a n d , $ 1 . 0 0 . & 1 day running J e s s e B a r b e r ' s l a n d , $ 1 . 0 0 . To Rhoda B a r b e r , f o r b o a r d i n g mother $ 38.1*1. Tobacco & rum f o r f a t h e r • • • • • • Page 333 John H o p k i n s , Nathan Knight and John Webb c h o s e n t o a p p r a i s e widow M a r g a r e t ' s t h i r d s i n l a n d & h e r s o n James J r , c h o s e n by C o l . Moses. Margaret t o h a v e g r e a t room i n and N.E. b e d r o o m . , 1/3 l a n d and s a w m i l l . , 1 l o t o v e r t o swamp., 1 l o t i n Richraond, r e n t of wood l o t t o be y e a r l y $ 1 5 . 0 0 . , a l s o 2 h c o r d s of wood a n n u a l l y o u t where i t w i l l do t h e l e a s t harra. .Tames t o p ay a l l t a x e s and make a l l repairs. Value of e s t a t e f o r s t a t e r a x 1796, $ 9 1 0 . 0 0 . ( contrfcuted by M. W. S h u n k e , W a k e f i e l d , R . I . , l£26_).
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Declaration in order to obtain the benefit of the 3rd section of Oct of Congress of the 1 July 1826: * State of Rhode Island, Ye County of Washington, on this day of October, I836, personally appeared before the Court of Probate of the Town of South Kingstown, R.I., Margaret Barber. Margaret Barber a resident of S. Kingstown in the State of aforesaid - aged ninety years. Who being first duly sworn in according to the law, doth on her oath, make the following declaration in order to obtain the benefit of the provision made by the Act of Congress passed July 1*, 1836. That she is the widow of James Barber of South Kingstown aforesaid- now deceased, which said James Barber was a soldier of the Rev. War. That from the comraenceraent of sd Rev. War until the English left Newport - her sd husband was in the service of sd war every other month alternating, and that at one time during sd period he did not return home for three or four months, having employed as she understood to take place of Capt. Babcock, the Commander of the company who was sick. That sd Barber was employed in guarding the shores in Washington County at least part of the time above mentioned, but it cannot reaspnably be expected of her to state in what service he was employed the whole of sd period. That during sd period the deponet and the females of the family had frequently to do the outdoors work of the farm, while her husband and his sons were in the service and they use to send hira his provisions from home frequently while so engaged. That her sd husband had 2 sons by his former wife who enlisted in the regular service and died in it. That her sd husband died fifteen years ago, this fall of a numb palsey of which he was sick s fortnight before he died and that he was donsiderably over ninety years of age when he died. I That she does not know what rank, if any her husband held in the service; but supposes he must have had some office as in the months he was home the soldiers used to frequently come to his house and receive their wages as in an old paper preserved among her husband's things and papers he is addressed as Captain James Barber. That one summer during the war, sd James Barber was brought home badly wounded in the thigh and was accompanied home by Josiah Lillibridge and that sd James Barber was confined to the house by sd wound for three or four months and as soon as he was? able to go out, he went into service again. The applicant was married to sd James Barber in the 23rd year of her age. She further declared that she remained a widow ever since the death of her husband, reference being had for the confirmation of this statement to the accompanying evidence. Signed & S w o m to in open Court Wit's Thomas T. Wells Probate Clerk ou vher ^ Margarett J^CT' Barber mark^

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Margaret (Wilcox) Barber, cont; The depostion of Moses Barber of S. Kingstown, R.I., who being of lawful age and duly sworn according to law, on oath deposes and says that his father James Barber late of sd town died on the loth day of Oct, 1821, as appears by an entry in the deponents Family Bible, that sd James was ninety five years of age in the month of August previous to his decease, as the deponent has often heard him state. That the deponant hath frequently heard his sd father while living in conversation with his friends give ah account of his being in the war of the Revolution and his services therein when he was drafted to guard the shores and of his having been on the Island of Rhode Island several times during the war in the service and that he has frequentlyheard hira state that he was gone from horae engaged in the service as aforesaid every alternate month during almost the whole of the was - has heard him speak of being in Capt. Babcock»s Company and of his being appointed to some office in superintending the delivery of their provisions to the soldiers. That the two old papers accompanying these depositions were found by the deponent among the papers of sd James Barber - one of these addressed to Capt. James Barber the other paper signed by Thomas Wooster Aid de Camp, that his sd father by being called away frora home so often and so much was much embarrassed in his affairs and brought in debt, of all which sd deponent has frequently heard his sd father speak when engaged in conversation with his friends. The deponent further states that his mother Margaret Barber now applying for a pension still remains the widow of the aforesaid James Barber never having since his decease intermarried with any other person October 6th Moses Barber.

South Kingstown, R.I., Oct. 6, I838 this day before the subscriber a Justice of the Peace for said town appeared, appeared, Moses Barber and signed and Made Solemn oath in due form of law to the truth of the above deposition. I further: certify that said Barber's character for truth and veracity is good and the statements contained in his deposition aforesaid is in my opinion entitled to full credit. J. Peace. The widow Margaret was allowed on account of his services. On her application executed Oct. 10 I836, at which time she was 90 yrs. old and lived at S. Kingstown, R.I., where her son Moses Barber lived. The widow Margaret Barber had a daughter Mary Clark, age 72 and a resident of Richmond, R.I.,, in I836 who stated that she lived with her grandmother Wilcox until she was 7 yrs old, when she went to live at James Barber, her mother's husband. These and other depositions in the file as to the service of James Barber and also in regard to the marriage of James & Margaret Ebenezer Smith of S.K.,-Noah Wilcox of Exeter,- Gideon Lillibridge of S.K.,-Gideon Popple of Canterbury, Co, Windham, Ct., JohnVallet of Richmond, Lodowick Sherman of Exeter., Phineas Palmer, elder of the Bapt. Ch., & Henry C. Hubbard, Minister of the Gospel.

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ll* Caleb^Barber (SarauelCloses James ) , b . Riclimond, R . I . , 19 Dec. 1 7 2 7 ; d. t h e r e ae 9 2 ; Will p r o v . t h e r e S e p t . l 8 l 6 ; M. t h e r e 26 J a n . 1755* E l i z a b e t h N i l e s ( d / o E b e n e z e r N i l e s & S a r a h Kenyon), d. bef J u l y 1 7 8 1 ; (All d a t e s o c c u r i n Richmond, R . I . , unless s p e c i f i e d ) , C a l e b ^ B a r b e r , ra. (2) 19 J u l y 1 7 8 l , Thankful Babcock d/o Samuel Babcock of W e s t e r l y , R . I . I s s u e of 1 s t m a r . 1 Benjamin, b . 25 May 1756; ra, 16 O c t . 1785* S a r a h T e f f t , b . 12 June I 7 6 8 & d/o J o s e p h T e f f t & S a r a h Maxson. Issue; a. C a l e b ^ b . 21 May 1796. b . Thankful, b . 16 March 1799. c . Benjamin, b . 31 May 1 8 0 1 . ii S a r a h , ^ b . 17 A p r i l 1762; m. 25 J a n . 1 7 8 2 , Taber T e f f t S / o iJoseph T e f f t & S a r a h Maxson. I s s u e ; T e f f t Ch. a. C a l e b , b . 11* O c t . 1782 b • Thankful, c . E l i z a b e t h , b . 16 June I78I*. iii C a l e b ^ J r , , b . 2 ^ Nov. 1761*. iv Mary, b . 3 D e c . 1 7 7 2 ; ra. E x e t e r , R . I . , 5 P©h. 1793*Daniel Jaraes. I s s u e ; James Ch. a. S a r a h , b . I* D e c . 1 7 9 5 . t w i n . b. Elizabeth, b . 1* Dec. 1795* t w i n . c . C a l e b B . , b . 10 O c t . 1797. ' d . P h e b e , b . 27 June 1 8 0 1 . e . Rodman, b . 23 F e b . 1801*. t w i n . f. R u t h , b . 23 F e b . 1801*. twin. C a l e b ^ B a r b e r , i n h e r i t e d h i s f a t h e r ' s homestead i n Richmond, R . I . - h of t h e s a w m i l l . His w i l l p r o b . i n Richmond, S e p t 1 8 1 6 , mentions sons Benjamin & C a l e b . , d a u s . S a r a h & Mary & s e v e r a l g r d - c h . C a l e b ^ B a r b e r l i v e d on Bald H i l l , n e a r A r c a d i a D i s t . , No 8 . , b u i l t " B a r b e r ' s Academy", e r e c t e d n e a r h i s home. The only r e q u i r e m e n t t o a t t e n d t h i s s c h o o l was t o be c l e a n and healthy. 26

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i l l Caleb^Barber ( Caleb^Sarauel^Moses Jaraes ) , b . Richmond, R . I . , 25 Nov. 1761*; ; d. t h e r e 2 2 / 3 J u l y 181*9; ra.(l) Joanna T e f f t d / o Benj. T e f f t & Deborah B u r d i c k ) , b . 7 F e b . 1 7 6 6 ; d. 13 O c t . 1628, ae 6 3 . C a l e b ^ B a r b e r , ra. ( 2 ) E l i z a b e t h K i n g s l e y B a k e r , w i d . , b.1780; d. 2 D e c . i 8 6 0 , ae 8 0 . I s s u e of 1 s t raar. 6 t h g e n . 1 J a r e d , b . 16 J u l y 1 7 7 8 ; d. 31 J a n . 1 8 2 6 ; ( found dead a t B u t t o n woods C o r n e r s , Richmond, R . I . ) ra. Waity Moore, d. 11* J a n . 1865, ae 7 3 . She ra. (2) 1 June 1 8 2 8 , Corey Kenyon. I s s u e of 1 s t raar. 7 t h g e n . i A l a n s o n , b . 5 Nov. 1810; d. 6 May 1 8 8 3 , ae 8 3 ; (Hopk l n t o n , R . I . , V. R e c , g May 1 8 9 3 . ) m. S a r a h H. B a k e r , b . 12 March l80l*; d. 9 May 1859* ae 55y Ira 27 d. She was d / o Henry C Baker & E l i z a b e t h K i n g s l e y . i i J o a n n a , b . 1 8 1 2 / 1 3 ; d. 8 J a n . 1 8 3 1 , ae 1 8 . i i i S a r a h , b . 11* J u n e 1816; d. 20 J u l y 1 8 8 8 , ae 72; ra. I 8 3 6 , Dea. James C. Baker s / o Henry 0 . Baker & E l i z . K i n g s l e y , b. 2 A p r i l 1 8 1 1 ; d. 5 S e p t . 1895* T h e i r i s s u e . Baker d e s c . a. Joanna L o u i s e , b . I 8 3 8 ; d. 1 8 9 6 ; ra. James Dockney. b . Sarah C , b . 181*2; d. I 8 9 6 ; m. Thoraas Kenyon. c . Jaraes H., b . 181*1*; d. 1926; m. S a r a h J o h n s o n . d. i n f a n t , d. 21 S e p t . 181*6(?). 1 rao 15 d. 2 Deborah, b . 6 March 1790; ra, 11 F e b . 1 8 1 0 , Gideon H o x s i e , J r . 3 E l i z a b e t h , b . 22 S e p t . 1 7 9 1 ; d. 9 June 1 8 6 8 , ae 76y 8mo, ra. 26 May 1 8 1 1 , W e l l s Reynolds, b . I783/I4.; d. 25 F e b . 1 8 6 8 . 1* J o a n n a , b . 8 J u l y 1 7 9 3 ; d. E x e t e r , R . I . , O c t . I 8 7 I , ae 78y 3rao 1 6 d ; ra. 17 F e b . 1 8 1 1 , Job R e y n o l d s , b . 7 F e b . 1 7 8 9 ; d. 7 F e b . 1850. 5 S a r a h , b . 1795; d. 1 A p r i l 1 8 1 6 ; ra. E a s o n H o x s i e , s / o John & Phebe H o x s i e . , b . 6 O c t . 1 7 9 3 6 A r c h i b a l d , b . 23 F e b . 1799; d. 22 J a n . I 8 8 7 ; m. 18 O c t . 1 8 2 1 , Nancy (Anna) Card d / o Enoch Card & Mary( ) . Nancy, b . 1 2 o r 21 O c t . 1 8 0 1 ; d . 26 Aug. I 8 7 5 . 7 Hannah, b . 3 Mar. 1 8 0 0 ; d. 12/16 S e p t . 1 8 6 6 ; ae 66y 5rao 1 3 d . m. C l a r k e H o x s i e , b . 15 S e p t . 1 8 0 0 ; d. 7 B e e . I 8 3 8 . 26-1

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Richraond, R . I . , V i t . Records. Caleb^Barber; W i l l , d t d . , 31 March 1810; R e c , Bk 3 , p 255; prov, 1816; Bk 3* p . 205* 206. Grd-son Jared Barber, my desk. Grd-son Archibald, my gun. son-in-law, Taber Tefft ( ? ) . G r d - c h i l d r e n . , Caleb . , S a r a h . , and Thankful T e f f t , $ l . o o each. Son-in-law, Daniel James ( ? ) . G r d - s h i l d r e n , S a r a h . , E l i z a b e t h . , Caleb B . , Phebe., Rodman and R u t h . , $1.00 each. (Mary Barber & Daniel Jaraes ch.) Son, Benjamin, a l l my wearing a p p a r e l , he having had h i s portionSon, Caleb, a l l the remainder of my e s t a t e , r e a l & p e r s o n a l . Caleb Barber my son t o be E x c , of m6 w i l l . Richmond, R . I . , P r o b a t e , Bk 8 . , p . 7 7 ; Caleb^Barber, J r . , Will d t d . , 10 April 181*1*; P r o v . , 1 Oct. 181*9: Wife, E l i z a b e t h , a l l household goods, f u r n i t u r e a t her d i s p o s a l , Dau, E l i z a b e t h Reynold, w/o Wells Reynolds, $ 5 0 . 0 0 . Dau, Joanna Reynolds, w/o Job Reynolds, $50,00. Dau, Hannah Hoxsie, w/o Clarke T. Hoxsie, $50.00. Son, Archibald, $10.00. Grd-son Alanson Barber, A c e r t a i n l o t of land i n Richmond, R . I . , bounded N. on land of Reynolds Jaraes- E. on land of Gideon HoxsieS. on l a n d of Joshua P o t t e r : . - W. on l a n d of Alanson Barber- I t being land I purchased frora Benedict Kenyon. Also one o t h e r l o t of land bounded on the turnpike road, N. e a s t & e a s t on the old road, S. on l a n d of Joshua P o t t e r on condition t h a t he pays the a f o r e s a i d legacies. My g r d - s o n , Alanson Barber a l l the r e s t of ray e s t a t e . He to be Executor.
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I , Alanson Barber, i n c o n s i d e r a t i o n of Love and Goodwill— I have to ray honored grandfather, Caleb Barber, of Richmond, and to ray honored grandmother E l i z a b e t h Barber and to ray s i s t e r - i n - l a w Mary Baker, daughter of my honored mother-in-law E l i z a b e t h Barber and to each of them- l e t and l e a s e unto them, my s a i d honored grandfather, my s a i d mother-in-law, E l i z a b e t h Barber and to rays said s i s t e r - i n - l a w , Mary T. Barber, and to the l o n g e s t l i v e s of them- one c e r t a i n t r a c t of l a n d - 200 a c r e s . Richmond,Rec 19 May 181*1.
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t Caleb-^Barber i s b u r i e d i n faraily cemetery on Old B a r b e r Homes t e a d (off B a k e r ' s P i n e s R o a d ) , i f h i s 1 s t wife Joanna i s t h e r e , she has only unmarked s t o n e o r none a t a l l . Also i n f a n t , Hyman H o x s i e , d. June 1816, aged 2 months. Ceraetery # 2 . , Richmond, R . I . , E l i z a b e t h Barber 9 June 1868 76y 8mo. 22 S e p t l 7 9 1 Wells Reynolds 25 F e b ., 1860 78y 3m l 6 d 1783 Ceraetery # 1 , Richmond, R . I . Joanna B a r b e r 8 J u l y 1793 J o b . Reynolds 7 Feb . 1789 O c t . 1871 7 F o b . 1850 38y 73y 83y 55y Imo 27d. I8y 72y i*6y 80y 71y ImO 1 6 d .

P i n e Grove Cemetery, Hope V a l l e y , R . I . Jared Barber 1826 1777 Waity Moore 1791 1865 Alanson B a r b e r 1810 I883 S a r a h H. Baker 1801* 1859 Joanna B a r b e r 1813 1831 Sarah Barber 1816 1888 Jaraes C. Baker 1811 1895 Henry C. Baker 1780 1827 E l i z a b e t h Kingsley Barber 1780 1860 Mary T. Baker 1805 1877

Wood R i v e r Cera., #2 , Hope V a l l e y , R . I . 1926 181*1* Jaraes H. Baker i n f a n t son 21 S e p t . 181*- Imo l 5 d

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15 Moses^" Barber ( Samuel-Closes James ), b. 10 April 1731*,* m. (1) Abigail Niles. m. (2) Barberry ( Barbara) Albro, d/o John Albro of Portsmouth, R.I. Issue; 2 known ch. born Exeter, R.I., of 1st m. i Moses^Jr, b. 13 Nov. 1768; d. Exeter, R.I., 15 May 1858. aged 90 yrs; ra. Mary Clark ii Mary, b. 16 May I76I*.
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Thoraas^" Barber ( Thomas^Moses James ) , b . 5 June 1 7 3 1 ; d. 19 A p r i l 1796; m. 22 O c t . 1751** Mary Barney of N e w p o r t , R . I . She was b . ca 1 7 3 5 ; d. I 8 1 9 . T h e i r i s s u e ; i Peleg, b . c a 1755* ra. I s a b e l i e Sherraan. i i Thomas, rem. t o New York S t a t e . iii Israel, m. 1 1 A p r . 1761*, Amelia Brambley. i v Mercy m/ 16 J a n . 1777* Lodowick Kenyon. v Z e b u l o n , ra. Abby C r o s s . They rem. t o S a r a t o g a , N.Y. v i Mary, b , c a 1 7 6 7 ; d. 19 Aug. 1851*; ra. Hoxsie. ( s e e a b s t r a c t of h e r w i l l ) . v i i Gideon, rera. t o New York S t a t e . v i i i G i l e s Barney, m. S a l l y R o g e r s . i x Arnold, m. 27 J a n . 1775* Mary ( P o l l y ) C o l g r o v e . x Benjamin, rera. t o S a r a t o g a C o . , N.Y. m. - - — - C r a n d a l l . y { . (see Note) • xi Ichabod, rem. t o S a r a t o g a C o . , N.Y. x i i Samuel, b . 2 S e p t . l80i*; ra. Thankful L e w i s , d / o James Lewis & Thankful B a r b e r . x i i i Weeden%. b . 1 1 D e c . 1777; d. 30 Aug. i 8 6 0 ; m. 25 Apr. I 8 7 I , Hannah L e w i s , d/o Jaraes Lewis & Thankful B a r b e r . x i i i i E l i z a b e t h , ra. 19 D e c 1805, Asa Babcock as h i s 2nd w i f e . xv M a r t h a , d. I 7 8 O . , ae 9 mo 6 d a y s . 27

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Mary Barber Hoxsie's W i l l dated Hopklnton, R . I . , 13 Jan 181*9; Her w i l l prov. 2 Oct. 1851*. )Bk. 9; p . 28.) After her expenses & e t c , & these bequests and a sum s e t aside f o r s e t t i n g g r a v e s t o n e s for some 5 or 6 merabers of the faraily, the r e s t of t h e e s t a t e to be divided equally among these 1* p e r s o n s . Mary, wife of I s a a c Burdick/ see Burdick Gen. Weeden Barber J r , m a r r i e d Tacy Card. Mary, wife of Amos Palmer. Thankful, wife of David Kenyon. Bequests : - Weeden Barber J r . ; Neice Mary & w/o I s a a c Burdick. and Lucy, wife of David J o s l i n .

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SusannahT Barber (JOSEPITMoses James ) , b . E x e t e r , R . I . , ca 1721*; D. ca 1765; ra. 3 March 1757* Jonathan Rathbone. son L i l l i b r i d g e Barber b . Exeter, R . I . , 10 May 1755; d. 16 Feb. 181*1*. See No 27. Susannah Barber & Jonathan Rathbun had 2 s o n s , - i . Jonathan J r , b . ca 1762; d. 16 Feb. 162*1*, Sandusky, Ohio; m. R . I . , E l i z a b e t h Clark, b . 30 Oct. 1770; d. .Varysburg, N.Y. 181*5. Note; L i l l i b r i d g e B a r b e r , b . 10 May 1755* d. 16 Feb 181*1*, probably was born t o Susannah Barber & Edward L i l l i b r i d g e p r i o r to her marriage t o Jonathan Rathbun. ( r e f . , E.E.East Ms., 1923).

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Nathan^Barber ( B e n j a m i n ^ o s e s James ) , b . 1 7 3 2 / 3 ; D. W e s t e r l y , R . I . , 2 June 1 8 1 6 ; m. Thankful Maxson, b . W e s t e r l y , R . I . , ca 1732; d. There 21 June 1 8 0 6 , as ?1*. T h e i r i s s u e ; F i r s t 8 C h . , b , Hopklnton, R . I . i Susannah, b . 21* S e p t . 1755* i i Moses, b . 26 J u l y 1 7 5 7 . i i i T h a n k f u l , b . 2 May 1 7 5 9 . i v Nathan J r . b . 7 Nov. I76O* v Mary, b . 27 May 1 7 6 2 ; m. 30 D e c I 7 8 O / I John W i l b o u r . vi Benjamin, b . 20 Nov. 1 7 6 3 ; ra. 1 D e c . 1781*, Fanny B l i v e n , v i i John, b . 21 D e c 1 7 ^ ? SP.H M K P f ? l i ^ 8 l l | e f i 5 M K n v i i i Eunice, b . 22 J u l y 1769; m. 9 J a n . 1 7 9 0 , Thomas Dunbar, ix Ellinor/Eleanor, b . 15 May 1775x Lydia, b . 11* June I78O.
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51

19 Benjarain*Barber ( Benjamin^Moses James ) , b . 29 J a n . 1 7 8 5 ; d. 23 Nov. 1866 ( g . s . 1 8 6 8 ) ; ra. Hopklnton, R . I . , 13 Mar. 1 8 0 6 , Hannah M e r r i o t d/o Henry M e r r i o t & Mary S a u n d e r s ) , b . ca I 7 8 I ; d. W e s t e r l y , R . I . , 1 J a n . 1 8 8 5 . T h e i r i s s u e . i Henry M e r r i o t , b . 7 May I 8 0 7 . i i L u c i n d a , b . 8 Mar. 1 8 0 9 ; unm. i i i J o s h u a , b . 23 D e c 1 8 1 0 ; b l i n d . ivGeorge Washington, b . 18 Mar. 1 8 1 3 ; d. 1 9 0 5 ; ra. 7 D e c 181*2, Susan Babcock. " v Matthew S t i l l m a n , b . 15 March 1 8 1 5 ; v i T h a n k f u l , b . 1 8 1 7 ; ra. S t e p h e n L a n p h e r e . v i i Mary E s t h e r , b . 1 8 1 9 ; ra. Nathan Avery S t a r r . They rem. t o Oklahoma 1859, l a t e r t o K a n s a s , v i i i D o r c a s , b . 1 8 2 1 ; m. 3 Deo. 181*3 Thomas S i s s o n . i x Nancy, b . 1826. m. 9 S e p t . 181*1*, D a v i s L a n p h e r e . x W i l l i a m P r a n k , b . I 8 3 O ; ra. H a r r i e t B a r b e r
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_Generation 21

IV

31* 35 36

u 3. 2 1 J o n a t h a n Barber (Daniel^Moses James ) , b . E x e t e r , R . I . , 15 May 171*5* d. t h e r e 28 June 1 8 3 9 , ae 9i*; ra. E x e t e r , R . I . , S a b r a ( S e b r a ) S t a n t o n ( d / o John S t a n t o n # (2) Susannah L a n p h e r e ) , b . C h a r l e s t o w n , R . I . , 1* D e c . 1752; d. E x e t e r , R . I . , 8 D e c 1818. Their i s s u e ; i Russell, b . c a 1771* ra. Mary — , had 2 d a u s . , E s t h e r , b . 1 7 9 6 ; d. 181*0; ae l*l*y 5mo. and Amy, d. I 8 3 6 . B u r . R u s s e l l B a r b e r Cem, E x e t e r , R . I . No 73 ( r e f G . E . P . ) . i i Henry, b . 16 A p r . 1 7 7 2 / 3 ; m. Anna Rathbun. i i i S a l l y , b . li* Nov. 1 7 7 5 ; ra. D a n i e l P h i l l i p s . i v E l i z a b e t h , b . 22 F e b . 1792; m. Jaraes B a r b e r J r (cousin) v Jonathan J r , v i James, vii Sebra, m. C a l e b G r e e n e , J r . v i i i D e l i a , ra. G a r r e t Van Hoosen. D e l i a , p o s s . d. 17 Apr I 8 7 5 . ix Elisha, x S u s a n n a h , ra. John P e r r y . Susannah d. bef 30 y r s of a g e . The above l i s t i n g of J o n a t h a n B a r b e r ' s c h i l d r e n a r e so l i s t e d on h i s D. A. R. L i n e a g e p a p e r s as C h i l d r e n of t h e Rev. War ancestor. (see his service record). other references., P . 1*9 I n d e x of Rev. War P e n s i o n p a p e r s BARBER, J o n a t h a n , P v t R . I . , 1 9 t h e n t r y - s2l633-» P e n s i o n R e c D . A . R . L i b r a r y , Washington, D . C , Vol 8 9 , p . 3 5 * A r n o l d s , Vit R e c , of R . I . , Vol 1 2 , p . 3 1 6 . DAR P a t r i o t I n d e x p.31** 53rd e n t r y . N o t e ; S a l l y B a r b e r , above. Miss Gladys P a l m e r ' s l i n e . E l i z a b e t h B a r b e r , above, c o m p i l e r ' s l i n e as w e l l as James B a r b e r , no 21*. They were 2nd c o u s i n s . Correction; J o n a t h a n Barber and S a b r a Starfc.iloh, ra. R i c h m o n d , R . I . , cont. 30

Generation

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JonathanTB arber ., cont. It is doubtful if a will exist for Jonathan^arber. In spite of a large faraily, the following Ellery^Barber, son of his brother, Reynolds ^Barber, appears to have had in the final say in the death of Jonathan Barber. Exeter* R.I., prior to Jonathan's death an agreement between uncle and nephew existed. " Wherein Jonathan^arber, turned over all his estate - all and singular, all property, goods, chattels, lands, tenements, notes, borads or all other security I now have or hereafter may have during ray natual life, conveying ands* confirming the same together with the payment of the money I shall have and may receive of and from the United States, by virtue of a pension certificate, as fast and in order it comes due serai-annualy, agreeing to pay the same to said Ellery on demand after I shall receive the sarae. Ellery^Barber agreeing to maintain JonathanT3 arber, in his own family and provide him with good and suitable clothing, victualizing, lodging, doctoring if needed and in every way and manner provide and support Jonathan during his natual life see to and provide a or suitable accomodations for his funeral, solemnites and see that sd Jonathan is decently buried in his family Bural Yard and place a set of gravestones thereuntoi.

Agreement signed by Jonathan Barber & Ellery X Barber. Witnesses; John Willcox Asher Palmer 13 January A.D. I838. Exeter, R.I. Note; Jonathan^arber bought land in S. Kingstown., 25 March 1811 from Adm of the estate of Henry Barber, his late son of S. Kingstown, R.I.3 March 1811; He bought it frora Anna Barber0 all her rights and power of thirds & etc in estate of her late husband, Henry Barber. 23 March 1825 Jonathan sold a 5 acres lot from this to Jonathan Clark of S.K., for $ 20.00. 31

Generation 20

IV b . 7 F e b . 1755* d/o d.

Benjamin*" B a r b e r ( E z e k i e l - ^ M o s e s James ) , d . 28 S e p t . 1831*; 31 O c t . 1 8 1 2 . i Ezekiel, i i Mary, P e t e r Boss & H a n n a h ( — ) . Their issue. d. Susannah,

m. 25 N o v . 1 7 7 8 , S u s a n n a h B o s s ,

b . 6 May 1 7 5 9 ;

b . 10 March 1779; Palmer. b . 2 F e b . 1782; b . 2 F e b . 1785; Phillips,

29 A p r . 181*7;

m. T e n t e e

Palmer, d/o P h i n e a s 32 i i i John,

m. Samuel Woodmansee. ra. Mercy M o o r e , d / o Silas

Moore & C h l o e i v Hannah, t w i n , v Peter, R.I., twin,

b . 30 M a r . 1 7 3 7 . b . 30 M a r . 1 7 3 7 * ra. Lucy P o t t e r , d/o Lucy P o t t e r , b . Richmond,

S m i t o n P o t t e r & Lucy Moore. 6 Aug. 1791*. vi Hazard, v i i Susannah, v i i i Job, ix Esther, 33 b . 15 Feb. 1790. b . 21 May 1 7 9 2 ; b . 28 S e p t . 1791*; b . 16 Aug. 1797;

(Moore G e n . ) , m. P e r r y G r e e n e H o x s i e . ra. ra. Phillie Johnson, page. S t e p h e n Peckham. see his

x Benjarain S p e n c e r , Note;

b . l i * Aug. 1 8 0 0 ;

P e t e r B a r b e r ' s w i f e L u c y , d 26 A p r i l I87I*. others. b . 15 J u l y 1815. 1816.

1* known c h . , p o s s . 2 Maxson, 3 Hazard,

1 Sraitura o r S m i t o n , b . 31 D e c

b . 18 Dec. 1820. b . Mar. I830 (Ch. r e f . , A.G. Bearaan, Vol.1).

1* P e t e r C. . ,

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37

22 Daniel^Barber, J r . , (Daniel Moses James ) , b . E x e t e r , R . I . , ca 17*1*8; D. E x e t e r , R . I . , ca 181*2; m. Exeter, R . I . , 11 Aug. 1769, C h a r i t y Rathbone (Rathbun), d/o John Rathbone & Olive P e r k i n s . C h a r i t y , d. bef 181*2. Their i s s u e , i John, ra. Dorcas Rathbun, d/o John Rathbun & E l i z a b e t h Kenyon. i i Daniel, i i i Sheffield, b . 5 June 1777. i v Rathbun, v Reuben, ra. 18 Feb. 1810, Mary Terry. They |dala dau. Mary, b . 29 Apr. 1811. vi Whitman, b ca 1791*; d. 2 Apr. I87O; m. Eunice (——) who d. 23 Nov. 1851. vii Eliel, m. Hannah ( ). v i i i Mary, m. Palmer. i x Olive, m. Benjamin Palmer. x Charity, died early, x i Hannah, Daniel^Barber, J r . , Will dated 21 June 1839 and recorded at E x e t e r , R . I . , m e n t i o n s , a l l c h i l d r e n . , as well as g r d - s . David W., of Whitman; grd-dau. Hannah of E l i e l ; George Sprague, husb. of Comfort Barber; ch. of Charity Barber; of S h e f f i e l d . , now d e s c Mary Barber Palmer had a son Reuben who was a p p ' t her a t t o r n e y , to s e l l l a n d l e f t from D a n i e l ' s e s t a t e , i s b u r . i n Old Barber Cem, E x e t e r , R . I .

33

Generation 23

IV

38

Reynolds" Barber ( D a n i e l Moses James ) , b . E x e t e r , R . I . , 29 Mar. 1751** d. t h e r e 11* A p r i l 1837; ra/ (1) Ruth Cranda l l , d/o John C r a n d a l l & Hannah C a s e . There were no c h . Reynolds B a r b e r , Rev. War s o l d i e r . . Cooper by t r a d e making b a r r e l s , a t r a d e q u i t e s u c c e s s f u l . He m. ( 2 ) , Alced(Alcea) Dawley, d/o M i c h a e l Dawley & Mary Moore., Alced, b . R i c h mond, R . I . , c a 1 7 6 0 ; d. E x e t e r , R . I . , 23 June I83O. I s s u e ; i Ruth b . 27 May 1777; d. 1 June 181*2, ae 6 5 . i i Eason, b . 1 7 8 2 ; d. 25 J u l y I 8 7 I , ae 8 9 . i i i Alcea, b . 1 7 7 9 ; d. 1828, ae 1*9. iv Ellery, b . 1 5 March I 7 8 3 ; d. 23 Nov. I 8 7 7 , ae 91*. v Mary, b . 1 9 J u l y 1785; d. 3 O c t . 1886, ae 101 Y r . She m. Maj. J o h n Wilcox, v i G a r d i n e r , b . 10 D e c . I 7 8 8 ; d. 1 O c t . 1861*, ae 7 0 . v i i George, b . 1 7 8 9 ; d. 1 8 0 1 , ae 13 y . v i i i Susan, b . 1 7 9 1 ; d. 26 J u l y I 8 7 I . i x John, b . 1 7 9 3 ; d. 11* S e p t . 181*7 ae 51*. He m. & had 2 s o n s , Oren & G a r d i n e r . N o t e ; Ruth C r a n d a l l r e f . , may be found i n The John C r a n d a l l G e n . , of W e s t e r l y , R . I . Reference.on A l c e d Dawley, d/o Michael Dawley & Mary Moore, Moore Gen.

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b . So. Kingsm. R i c h 20 J u l y 1 7 8 8 ;
tc

J a r a e s ^ B a r b e r ( J a m e s \ r i l l i a r a ^ M o s e s James ) , town, R . I . ,

d . t h e r e 8 Aug. 1 8 6 1 ;

raond,

39

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iv

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v vi vii

l*2vlii

1*3 1*1*

ix x xi

R . I . , Elizabeth^Barber (d/o Jonathan Barber & Sabra b . E x e t e r , R . I . , 22 F e b . 1 7 9 2 ; d . t h e r e 8 D e c Their Issue; Henry,• H e n r y , - b . 20 M a r c h 1 8 1 0 ; d . 23 Nov. 1 8 9 7 ; ra. E l i z a E n n i s . . George W., b . 1 0 May 1 8 1 2 ; d . Nov. 1 8 9 1 * ra. Mary A. G r e e n e , Eliza Ann, b . 2 5 A p r i l 1811*; d . O c t . 1 8 9 7 ; ra. B e n j a m i n Weeden B r a y m a n , b . ca 1815. Maiy, b . 2 May 1 8 1 6 ; d. 1* S e p t . l87i*; ae 58y l*ra 3 d . ra. ( 1 ) B e n j . T . Adams; m. ( 2 ) R u s s e l l B a k e r . W i l l e t Anthony, b . 1 J u l y 1 8 1 8 ; d . 2 Aug. 1 8 9 2 ; m. ( 1 ) L u c y Ann A u s t i n , b . c a 1 8 1 8 ; m. ( 2 ) R u t h E . ( ). Joseph Dennison, b . 31 J a n 1 8 2 0 ; d . 29 May 1 8 9 7 ; ra. ( 1 ) S a r a h W h i t e ; ra. ( 2 ) Hannah P e r t e l o M a i n , A l b e r t §%aS£pn, b . 21 D e c . 1 8 2 2 ; d . 1 5 J a n . 1 8 8 8 ; m.(l) W a i t y Peckham, b . c a 1 8 2 7 ; d . e a r l y ; m. ( 2 ) E l i z a P e c k h a m . ( W a i t y & E l i z a w e r e s i s t e r a n d d a u s o f Reuben Peckham & C h a r l o t t e (_) . W a i t y Peckham d . 1 5 M a r . 181*9, ae 25 y . Sanford Barber, b . 1 9 S e p t . 1 8 2 5 ; d . 1 3 Aug. 1 8 6 2 ; m.(l) Susan 0. Clark, d / o J o s e p h & Amy P . C l a r k , b . l 8 2 k ; d. 1853m. ( 2 ) E l i z a b e t h W e b s t e r , Elisha R.P., b . 1* Aug. 1 8 2 7 ; d . 2 J u n e 1 8 8 6 ; ra. Mary C a n d y . Susannah, b . 1 9 J a n . 1 8 3 1 ; ra. J o h n G i f f o r d Vaughn, 1 8 2 6 - 1 8 8 7 . Moses H a z a r d , b . 22 A p r i l 1 8 3 3 ; d . 2 J u l y 1897* m. Mary Jane Hubbard.

Stanton). 1871*.

Note;

For Mayflowere r e f . ,

James J r . ,

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found

in and

Wakefield R . I . ,

a l s o i n Richmond, R . I . , V i t . R e c b k 1 2 , p 67!*. in Wakefield R . I . , and t a x e d as Will probated 9 Sept 1861. such.

H i s w i l l d a t e d 3 M a r c h 1859 a n d f i l e d copy f i l e d i n R i c h m o n d R . I .

Jaraes B a r b e r ' s l a n d l a y i n b o t h v i l l a g e s

Generation

V

Capt. James Barber W i l l ; "By t h i s amount of i n v e n t o r y , whole amount paid o u t . The Balance i n hands Adms; Inventory & 1*176.33 Arat. paid out 691*.98 Balance . $ 31*81.35 The aforegoing account was had before the Court of Probate of South Kingstown S e p t . 9, 1861 and by the s a i d Court allowed and ordered recorded s a t i s f a c t o r y n o t i c e having been given and Adms p r e s e n t and engaged. Witness John G. P e r r y , P r o b a t e c l e r k . Recorded S e p t . 10 A.D. 1861. J - G # P e r r y , R e c , c : L k ,
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Be i t reraerabered t h i s 3rd day of March 1859 t h a t I , James Barber of South Kingstown, R . I . , i n the County of Washington, R . I . , yeoraan, being i n advanced i n years though of sound raind and memory knowing i t appointed to raan, once to die therefore I do make amd ordain t h i s ray L a s t Will and Testament ( i e ) . . . . F i r s t l y , I give and recommend my Soul to God who gave i t t o me and t h a t ray body be b u r i e d i n the e a r t h i n a decent and C h r i s t i a n manner. Secondly, My w i l l i s t h a t my j u s t d e b t s , funeral charges, the probate of t h i s ray w i l l & $he s e t t l e m e n t of ray E s t a t e be p a i d out of ray e s t a t e by ray executors & e x e c u t r i x herein a f t e r named or administrator as the case may b e . T h i r d l y , I give & bequeath to my beloved wife E l i z a b e t h Barber one of the best f e a t h e r bed t o - g e t h e r with the stead and n e s c essary clothing I may have at the time of ray decease., I a l s o give to my said wife E l i z a b e t h Barber, a f t e r ray decease the sum of F i f t y Dollars t o be p a i d to her y e a r l y & every year by my Executor or Executrix o r Administrator as the case raay be during her n a t u r a l l i f e - My r b a l e s t a t e holden for the payment of sd g i f t s as a f o r e s a i d , i t being i n l i e u & consideration of h e r r i g h t of dower & power of t h i r d s of my e s t a t e . cont.0,5

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V cont.

Capt. James Barber Will,

Fourthly, I give, devise & bequeath to my son Albert S. Barber and ray daughter Mary Barber equally between thera all my real estate, lying & being in South Kingstown, Exeter & Richraond, in R.I., or elsewhere to-gether with my money & personal property of every kind of name or nature whatsoever to them, their heirs executors or administrators and assigns forever. Lastly, I nominate, constitue & appoint my son Albert S.Barber Executor & my daughter Mary Barber, Executrix to this my last Will and Testament hereby revoking & annulling all former wills, byraemade. Signed, Sealed, Published by the Testator to be his last Will and Testament the day & year before written, March 3 1859* Witnesses Jaraes Webster George L. Hazard James Barber , seaJ M.B. James " Be it reraerabered that on the petition of Albert S. Barber, in writing, praying that the aforegoing instrument of Puriting presented therewith purporting to be the last Will & Testament of James Barber, late of South Kingstown, deceased may be proved, allowed, & recorded & that letters testamentary on the estate of sd Jaraes Barber; which was presented to this Court on the 12 day of August last & then referred to this time with an order of notice thereon, is now again taken up & it appearing that notice has been duly given precedent - to sd order, sd instruraent is now again read to Jaraes Webster, George L. Hazard Moses B. James, the three subscribing witnesses are present & being engaged, testify that they were present & saw sd James Barber sign sd instruraent. And in his presence and in cont.

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Generation

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James Barber Will, cont. & in his presence & in the presence of each other subscribed these names of witnesses thereto and that sd Jaraes Barber was then of sound mind and lawful age. And no person appearing to object It is thereupon ordered, adjudged & decreed that sd instrument is proved to be the Last Will & Testament of sd Jaraes Barber and as such is allowed & ordered to be recorded & that the letters of testamentary on the estate of sd James Barber be granted to sd Albert S. Barber & Mary Barber who are named therein as Excutor & Executrix thereof; And sd Albert S. Barber & Mary Barber are ordered & required before entering upon said trust to give bond in the sum of one thousand dollars with Benjamin W. Brayman & Joseph D. Barber as sureties in the form prescribed by law, for the payment of the funeral charges, debts, and legacies of sd James Barber, the sd Albert S. Barber & Mary Barber being & residuary legatees, names in said Will. Witness, John G. Perry, Pro. Clk. Recorded Sept. 10th 1861 J.G. Perry, Pro Clk,
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L e t t e r Testamentary; The S t a t e of Rhode I s l a n d and Providence P l a n t a t i o n s , Washington County, R . I . , By the Court of Probate of the Town of South Kins town, i n the County of Washington & S t a t e aforesaid To Albert S. Barber & Mary Barber, i n the County & S t a t e a f o r e s a i d . Greeting: ££**•*£ ( S t a t e of R . I . , s e a l appears h e r e . ) Whereas t h i s court have t h i s day proved and approved, allowed and caused to be recorded, the l a s t Will & Testament of Col. James Barber, l a t e of S . Kingstown, R . I . , which i s hereunto annexed, whereas you are named Executor & Executrix and you having accepted sd t r u s t & given bond as the law d i r e c t s , are by these p r e s e n t , authorized & empowered to recover & e t c Note; You w i l l note on t h i s l a s t page Jaraes Barber i s t i t l e d . Col.
38

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V

Moses^Barber ( J a m e s ^ S r . , W i l l i - m i o s e s James ) , s e r v e d i n t h e Rhode I s l a n d M i l i t i a . , War of 1 8 1 2 . b . S o . Kings town, R . I . , 1* June 1782; d. t h e r e 20 Nov. 1880, ae 98y 5ra I 6 d ; m. (1) 30 March 1806, S t o n i n g t o n , C t . , Annie Chapman, b . ca I 7 8 I ; d. 7 O c t . 1 8 0 8 , ae 27y; She was t h e d/o Andrew Chapman & Ann York. 3 c h i l d , were born and a l l 3 of thera d i e d i n i n f a n c y .
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1*6

1*7

Moses^Barber, m. (2) S o . Kingstown, R . I . , 26 F e b . 1 8 0 9 , E l i z a b e t h B e l c h e r , ( d / o Joseph B e l c h e r & S a r a h B e n t l e y ) b . ca 1 7 8 6 / 7 ; d. 15 D e c 181*7. Their issue; 1 Jaraes Chapman, b . 8 Nov. 1 8 0 9 ; d. 1 8 5 8 . m . E l i z a b e t h Sherman. i i Moses, b . 11 O c t . 1812; d. 1 8 5 1 ; ra. Margaret McGaughey. They removed t o 1 1 1 . (Moses, d. 31 J u l y 1 8 5 1 . r e f : L . B . S . ) i v Annie Chapman, b . 21 J a n . 1 8 1 5 ; d. 31 Oct. 181*7; m. 19 March 1833* D a n i e l Sherman, b . ca 1 8 1 1 . v Lyraan, b . 31 March 1817, S . Kingstown, R . I ; d. Atwood 1 1 1 . , 21* Aug. 1 8 9 1 , (L.B.S). v l P a r d o n , b . 7 March 1819; d. 1830, ae l l y . v i i S t i l l m a n , b . 23 F e b . 1 8 2 1 ; d. 1907; m. Mary Ann C l a r k Murphy. ( Rera. t o 1 1 1 ) . - Q v i i i Solomon, b . 6 F e b . 1823; d. 1 9 0 5 ; ra. E l l e n Dye. At one r e s . i n Conn, l a t e r r e t u r n e d t o R . I . , where he d i e d . __. cu*_jj*> i x Hiram, b . 5 March 1825; d. 1 8 9 3 ; m. (1) Susan E.Sherman. Hiram, m. (2) Mary P . B r i g g s . Susan Sherman B a r b e r , d. 22 S e p t . 1851*. Hiram and h i s family rem. to 1 1 1 . x G a r d i n e r S r a i t h , b . 11 F e b . 1 8 2 7 ; d. 1905. x i J e s s e B . , b . 1 A p r i l 1929; Rem. t o New York s t a t e , x i i S a r a h E l i z a b e t h , b . 3 Feb. 1 8 3 3 ; d. 1 9 2 1 ; ra. (1) 1 8 5 3 , John Watson B r i g g s , I83O - 1 9 1 8 , Both i n t e r r e d i n Richmond, R . I . , cem. n e a r Beaver Brook on Rte 1 3 8 . Both aged 88 y . ( r e f ; C i v i l & M i l i t a r y l i s t of R . I , , 1800 - I83O 1 1 t h R e g ' t M i l i t i a of R . I . , 1811 - 1812.
ACT ^ctryj &fju^j&,aJa) &r.
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Generation

V

Moses Barber, ch. c o n t . iii Moses Barber, b . 11 Oct. 1812; l i v . in Madison C o . , 1 1 1 . i n 1850 and 2 younger ch. appear t o be l i v i n g with Jaraes 0. English i n Mad. Co., in i860 cenuses. Stillman Barber, l i v . Mad. C o . , 1 1 1 . , 1850 & P i a t t C o . , I87O. Solomon Barber, learned the wagon maker's trade but i n e a r l y manhood l e f t the trade because he wished to be a man. Was a p r a c t i c a l (?) manufacturer for about 1*0 y r s . , mostly i n Conn. In S e p t . I887 came to Richmond, near Wyoming,R.I. to l i v e on a small farm ( J . R . Cole "History of Washington Co & Kent C o . , R . I . 1889)". Hiram Barber, l i v , P i a t t Co., 1 1 1 . , i n I87O near the Barber's listed.

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Abstract of a Newspaper Obit; (Gladys Palmer. "Old Wood River A d v e r t i s e r " . "That Col. Moaea^Barber, b . June i* 1782 and died Nov.20 1880 had raarried 30 March 1806, Miss Annie Chapman of No. Stonington, C t . , She had died 3 years l a t e r ( I 8 8 9 ) . He had married (2) Miss L i z z i e Belcher who d. 181*7. They had 12 Children, 7 s t i l l l i v i n g i n 1880,, as were 51* grandc h i l d r e n - 68 G r t - g r a n d c h i l d r e n & 7 g r t - g r t - g r d . c h i l d r e n . Not a s i n g l e name gi'vjen. Also raentioned h i s f a t h e r James4" Barber, b . 1722 and d. 1 8 2 1 . , and his wife & the mother of Col. Moses, survived him many y e a r s . She d 28 Feb. 181*9, ae 103 Yrs & 8 Mo. old. This old woman so hale & Hearty t h a t at the age of 100 y r s , went on foot alone to Usquepaug, a distance of 2 m i l e s , passed the day and returned a t night unharmed. They were blessed with 33 c h i l d r e n . Gave the name of 3 . * Ruth l i v e d to be 92 y r s . Marvel l i v e d to be 89 yrs and Rhoda, the only one l i v i n g in 1880, was 9i* Y r s .

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At t h i s p o i n t , I would l i k e to introduce to you, readers of t h i s Ms., on my Barber Family of Rhode I s l a n d . "Mrs. Lois Schroeder of Kanawha, Iowa. She has been a genealogy friend since the early 1970s, each of us i n turn sharing family data on our common ancestor MOSES BARBER of South Kingstown, R . I . , As we approached the l*th and 5th generations of t h i s e a r l y Rhode: I s l a n d family, we found her ancestor Col. Moses^ Barber, 1702 - 1880 l i n e and my Capt. James^Barber, J r . , I788 - 1861, were b r o t h e r s . Genealogy i s by no means a new hobby for Mrs. Schroeder. She has w r i t t e n and produced 3 volumes of her husband's family. The Schroeder Family H i s t o r y ; She i s now (1979) serving her 2nd four year term on Kanawha City Council; Belongs to the Kanawha Women's Club; I n 1971* a s s i s t e d i n writing the History of Kanawha, Iowa. She and her husband are active merabers i n the Methodist Church, she serving aS Circle Chairman. Her husband, now r e t i r e d frora C i v i l S e r v i c e , has a clock r e p a i r and reproduction b u s i n e s s . Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Schroeder were born on farm. Obtained t h e i r normal schooling i n t h e i r home a r e a . , went on to colleges of t h e i r choosing and obtained t h e i r M a s t e r ' s . Being s t a t i o n e d in Washington,D.C. s i n the e a r l y 1*0 , t h e i r two children were born. Barbara Edith on 20 July 19i*l*_ and Richard Allan on 5 November 191*6. At t h i s time, January, 1980, Clarence Schroeder has b u i l t a new house and Lois i s p a i n t i n g the i n t e r i o r . When t h i s labor of love i s f i n i s h e d , Lois w i l l continue her Barber Family Ms of Moses Barber of R . I . and Some of h i s Descendants - West of the Hudson River. I am using t h i s t i t l e a t random, Lois w i l l s e l e c t her own t i t l e . I look forward to h e r forthcoming Ms. I t r u s t you w i l l / P. Elizabeth Church.

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Mrs. L o i s (Barber) S c h r o e d e r Box 21*7 Kanawha, Iowa. 501*1*7 James B a r b e r , P r o b a b l y Immigrant A n c e s t o r .

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Moses B a r b e r 1652-1733 & f i r s t w i f e ( p o s s . Ann Babcock, b c a 1 6 6 3 Willlara B a r b e r Jaraes B a r b e r Moses B a r b e r Lyman B a r b e r ca 1 6 8 0 - c a 17l*8,& s e c o n d w i f e , S a r a h Mumford. 1726-1821 & ? t h i r d W i f e ? , M a r g a r e t W i l c o x . 1782-1880 & second wife E l i z a b e t h B e l c h e r .

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b . 31 Mar, 1817 Uaquepaugh R I - d 21* Aug 1 8 9 1 Atwood, 1 1 1 . , ra/21* O c t . 181*- O l i v e S l o c u m . , d. e a r l y m/2 1* J a n , 181*1* Madison Co. 1 1 1 . , E l i z a b e t h Ann Judy b . 26 J u l y 1826 - 3 S e p t . 1892 & d/o C a p t . Samuel Judy & S a r a h N i x Reaves J u d y . Thoraas Solomon B a r b e r b 30 Apr 1856 Madison C o . , 1 1 1 . d 3 J u l y 1912 .Algona, Iowa Bur. C o r w l t h , I a . m 30 Mar 1882 M o u l t r i e C o . I l l (or p o s s i b l y Mad. Co.) Sarah O l i v i a Hughes b . 31 Jan 1861 W h i t l e y Creek, 111 d . 22 May 1926 Hayward, Minn. B u r . C o r w i t h , l a , d/o I s a a c Hughes & M a t h i l d a C o l l i n s . Sarauel A r t h u r B a r b e r b . 13 May I 8 8 3 M o u l t r i e C o . , ill. d . 20 Oct 1975 Kanawha, Iowa, m. 28 F e b . 1912 C o r w i t h , I o w a . , N e t t i e Minerva C l a r k , b . 1 Mar. I 8 8 7 , P e n f i e l d , Ohio d . 17 Oct. 1961* Belmond, Iowa d/o John L i n e s C l a r k & J e n n i e V i o l a H a r t . Lois J e a n n e t t e B a r b e r b . 28 Oct 1920 Hancock Go, Iowa. m 21 Mar 191*3, Hancock Co C l a r e n c e Alden S c h r o e d e r b . 12 Oct 1920 Hancock Co, Iowa s / o Otto Ludwig S c h r o e d e r & E d i t h C a r o l i n e E l i a s o n Children Barbara Edith Schroeder Richard Allen Schroeder b . 20 J u l y 19iji* Wash. D.C. b . 5 Nov 191*6 Wash. D.C. has 2 ch. unmarried

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1*6 Lyman B a r b e r (Moses- 3 James^Williara^Moses James ) , b . Usquepaug, S . K i n g s t o n , R . I . , 31 Mar. 1817; d. Atwood, 1 1 1 . , 21* Aug. 1 8 9 1 ; m/1 O l i v e Slocum (/o Peleg 7 Slocura of R . I . , ) b . R . I . , ca 1822; d. e a r l y i n 1 1 1 . No i s s u e . Lyman B a r b e r , m / 2 , 1* J a n . 181*]*, E l i z a b e t h Ann Judy ( d / o C o l . Samuel Judy & S a r a h Ann Nlix), b , n e a r E d w a r d s v i l l e , 1 1 1 . , 26 J u l y 1826; d. Atwood, 1 1 1 . , 3 S e p t . 1892, ae 6 6 . Lyraan rem. from R . I . , t o Madison C o . , I l l , i n t h e e a r l y l8i*0s, m/2 t h e r e and r a i s e d t h e i r f a m i l y . T h e i r i s s u e ; 1 M o s e s 7 , b . 27 F e b . 181*6; d. 17 May l 8 7 8 , a e 3 2 ; Acoidently drownded i n Kan. Moses; ra. 1 J a n . 1867* C y n t h i a McClanahan. Their ch; 1 , William Sherman., 2, L a u r a . , 3 . George. 2 S a m u e l 7 S t i l l r a a n , b . 18 J u l y 181*8; d. 3 B e e 1922 ae7i** m. 17 F e b . I 8 7 O , E l i z a b e t h Adeline Brown ( d / o C h a r l e s P r a n k l a n d Brown & A d e l i n e E l i z a b e t h Murphy. R e s . L a b e t t e C o . , Kan. T h e i r ch; Nova P . Alvin J . Clark E. Lyman S . Neva D. L a u r a A. Jesse B. E l s i e M. E l i z a b e t h A. Roy E . L e t t i e B. Leta B Charles B. J S a r a E l i z a b e t h , b . 18 Nov. 1 8 5 1 ; d. 21 A p r i l 1 9 2 0 , ae 6 8 ; m. 1* J u l y I 8 7 I , Rufus L i l b u m Johnson of A l t o n , 1 1 1 . R e s . P i e r s o n , 1 1 1 . , l a t e r rem. t o Oklahoma. Their ch; William . Edward. Marion. Thoraas. Belle. Bessie. Elsie. Charles. Ann. 1* Mary Ann ( M o l l i e ) , b . 21 0 c t . : 1 8 5 3 ; d. 20 A p r i l 1 9 2 1 , ae 6 7 . m. 7 A p r i l I 8 7 0 , Robert Murphy of Melmine, 1 1 1 . T h e i r c h ; James. George. Charles. Walter. Jesse and E t t a F l o r e n c e . £ Thoraas Solomon, b . 30 A p r i l 1 8 5 6 . (more f u r t h e r ) . jS Martha J u d y , b . 1* June 1 7 5 8 ; d. ca 191*3/1** ae 8 5 ; m/1 Henry C l a y H e r r i n . m/2 a f t e r h i s d e a t h oa 1920, Rufus J o h n s o n . ( h e r b r o t h e r J g m/3 a f t e r Mr. Johnson d e a t h , from Vermont. C h . , of 1 s t m a r r i a g e . N e l l i e E . , L a y t o n C , E t h e l M., Lyman B . , & Ralph H.G.
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7 GeorgerA. b . 7 S e p t . i 8 6 0 ; d 11 Nov. 1 9 0 0 ; , ae 1*0; m. 25 S e p t . 1881*, Mary A. V a r n e r . They had a s . B e r n i c e , 8 L y m a n ' J e s s e , b . 11* Aug. 1863; d. ca 1953* ae 9 0 ; m/1 21 A p r i l 1866, Maraie Congdon. ( r a a r . , d i s s o l v e d by d i v ) . Lyman'Jesse ra/2 26 June 1920, L i l l i a n V. Proman, J e s s e (Lyman ) , so c a l l e d , f i r s t farmed i n 1 1 1 . , rem. t o Corwith, l a . , l a t e r t o C a l , , went i n t o o i l and l o s t h i s money., became a s t r e e t c a r conductor and had s t u d i e d some l a w , Ch; Whltmar C , Henry H . , E r n e s t S . , Lyraan P . , Mamie G., and Dewey, b . ca 1915* I s s a i d t o be a r e c l u s e m i l l i o n a i r e . 9 H a r r i e t B e l c h e r , b . 11* Aug. 1867; d. 27 Nov. 1867. 5 Thomas Solemn B a r b e r , (Lyman Moses James^William Moses James ) , b , n e a r E d w a r d s v i l l e , Madison C o . , 1 1 1 . , 30 A p r i l 1856; d. Algona, l a . , and b u r . C o r w i t h , l a . , 3 July 1912; ra. 30 March 1 8 8 1 , S a r a h O l i v i a Hughes, s c h o o l t e a c h e r , & d/o I s a a c Hughes & M a t i l d a C o l l i n s . S a r a h Hughes, b . 31 J a n . 1861 a t W h i t t a k e r Creek, Green C o . , I l l ; d. Hayward, Minn., 22 May 1926. S a r a h ' s mother s a i d t o be 1/8 7 b l o o d Cherokee I n d i a n ; Thomas S . B a r b e r , farmed n e a r P i e r s o n , 1 1 1 . , Rem. i n 1 898 t o Hancock C o . , I a . , by covered wagon and t h e i r machine r y going by t r a i n . Issue; i Sarauel A r t h u r , b . 13 May I 8 8 3 ; m/1 28 F e b . 1912, N e t t i e Minerva C l a r k ( d / o John L i n e s C l a r k £ J e n n i e V i o l a Hart) b . 1 March 1887; d. 17 O c t . 1861*. •R Sarauel A r t h u r , m/2 10 May 1965* H a t t i e O l l i e Todd C l a r k . Issue* E a r l C l a r k , b . 1 9 1 3 . d. 1 9 2 2 . John T . , b . & d. 8 Aug. 1915* Harold, b. & d. 3 May 1918. Lois Jeannette, (see page 1*1). M.

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2 Thomas P r a n k , b . 16 Nov. 1886; d . ® u a r r y s v i l l e . P a . , 1 3 S e p t . 1 9 6 2 ; m. 1 2 S e p t . 1912, Martha E l i z a b e t h H a r r i s d / o B e v e r l y H a r r i s & Lucy J e a n n e t t e S t o l d e r ) , b . 2 J u l y 1 8 9 3 ; d . 3 Dec. 1966; Their issue; i Wayne B. b . 1 8 A p r i l 1918; ra. E l v a O e s t e , b . 18 Nov. 1 9 1 8 ; They have l i v e d i n B r a z i l , a l l t h e s e y e a r s as B a p t i s t M i s s i o n a r i e s . T h e i r c h . , b . i n B r a z i l , n a m e l y . , Thomas R o b e r t . , Gary Lee and M a r t h a Ann. i i C a r l F r a n c i s , b . 1 2 March 1 9 1 5 ; m. 12 S e p t . 19*1*7* E d i t h L o u i s e Mace. R e s . i n Oregon. Their issue; Raymond C a r l . , Connie J e a n . , Rebecca J o e . &Mary E l i z a b e t h . 3 E l l e n Hope, b . 18 A p r i l 1918; m. 30 D e c 1937* LaVeme F r a n c i s Eugene W h i t a k e r . R e s . A u s t i n , Minn. T h e i r i s s u e . i C a r o l y n Hope, m. G e r a l d Warren Hyland. They have a d a u . Rae Ann. i i David E u g e n e , m. L i n d a B a h l . They h a v e , E r i c S c o t t and Kevin E u g e n e . 1* D a l e Thoraas, b . 1 2 A p r i l 1921*; m. 28 Nov. 1 9 6 1 , M a r g a r e t Youngblood. They r e s . Rockford, 1 1 1 . 5 Janice Elizabeth, b . 22 J a n . 1931* ra. 21 F e b . 1 9 5 2 , E a r l Carol Hoffer. They r e s . i n C o l o r a d o . 7 ; . * • 3 L e s l i e Lyman, b . 21 Nov. 1889; ra. 7 J a n . 1911*, Chloe E l l e n Campbell. He s e t t l e d as a farmer n e a r A u s t i n , Minn. L a t e r moved i n t o town and worked f o r Hormel Meatpacking P l a n t . Issue; i Grover L a w r e n c e , b . 1 1 Dec. 1911** ra. 12 S e p t 1931** A l i v e J e a n e t t e Preeraan. They h a v e ; Donald L . , Duane G r o v e r . , Orvin C e c i l .

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Leslie Jjyman Barber's ch., cont. ii Dorothy Evelyn, b. 18 July 1918; m. 2 Feb. 191*0, Robert George Rahllly. They have; Michael Robert and Ann Louise, iii Howard Leslie, b. 19 Feb. 1920; m/1 Mary Buckwald. They had, Linda Marie and Fred Lyraan. Robert, m/2 Eleanor A. Stapleton. They had Jeffery Allen and Valerie Ellen, (twins) 1 Delia Arbella, b. 5 June 1895* d. 31 Jan. 1917* Charles * Edgar Miller. They lived in Kanawha farming, rem. to Hayward Minn., in 1921* to farm. They now res. in Austin, Minn. They had 3 ch; i Ruth Mae, b. 1 Nov. 1917* ra. laymond Kenneth Allen. * They had Edward Louis who ra., had 2 children., and Harold Eugene who married and had 2 sons, ii Marvyl Maurine, b. 22 Dec. 1931; m. Gene Wendt. They had 2 daus., Marjorie Ann and Deborah Joan, iii Gladys Evelyn, b. 21 May 1922; m. Sanford Sraith. Res. Austin, Minn. Have 3 sons and 1 dau. Charles James., Warren Sanford., Lois Elizabeth and Myron Sanford.

Note; Readers will note on pages 1 2 thru 1*6, are not complete * n names and dates of various towns and states., Family dates and places and etc. These pages are entirely Mrs. Lois Schroeder lines of the Moses Barber of S. Kingstown, R.I. They will be completed and updated in her forthcoming Barber Family Ms. The compiler only wished to show that Lyraan Barber of South Kingstown, R.I. "went West" and has left many descendants in the State of Iowa.

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1*7 G a r d i n e r S m i t h B a r b e r (Moses^James^William^Moses Jaraes ) , b . S . K i n g s t o n , R . I . , 11 F e b . 1827; d. t h e r e li* Nov. 1 9 0 5 ; m. (1) 11 J a n . 181*7, L u c r e t i a E l i z a b e t h Knowles (d/o Hazard Knowles & Susan Kenyon), b . 12 O c t . 1826; d. 1* Nov. I87I*. M. (2) S a r a h S p e n c e r ( d / o George S p e n c e r & Mary H o p k i n s ) , b . 12 S e p t . 1830; d. 9 A p r i l 1889. m. (3) li* A p r i l 1 9 0 0 , ( E . E . E a s t ) , Alcey P . B a r b e r , d/o B e n j . S . B a r b e r & I s a b e l P o t t e r . , and w i d . of P r e s t o n A.Arnold. Alcey, d. O c t . 1 9 1 0 . I s s u e of t h e 1 s t mar; i Emma L a P o r e s t , b . 6 S e p t . 1 8 5 0 ; d. 8 Jan 1929; m. John A l l e n Woodmansee, d. May 1909. T h e i r ch; a . Lulu Emma, b . 21 S e p t . I 8 7 7 ; m/1 5 May I 8 9 8 , A r t h u r B u r t o n , m/2 25 Dec. 1912, M i l l a r d P . P e r r y . b . E t h e l B l a n c h e , b . 9 J a n . 1879; d. by 1923; m. 20 O c t . 1 9 0 9 , Thomas T. Knowles. c C l i f f o r d A l l e n , b . 11 S e p t . 1882; m. 8 June 1901*, Lena F r a n c e s Webster, she b e i n g g r t - g r d - d a u . of Ruth B a r b e r , who m a r r i e d J o n a t h a n James. d. John G a r d n e r , b . 23 F e b . 1 8 8 8 . d. i n i n f a n c y . i i Susan E l l a , b . 1 3 O c t . 1851*; d. 21 J u l y 1895* ra. S e p t . 1875* W. Eugene Moore. T h e i r i s s u e Moore d e s o . a. B e r t h a L i l l i a n , b . 6 A p r i l I 8 7 6 ; m. 11 S e p t . 1915* Warren Mumford. b . Crawford G a r d n e r , b . 18 Mar. I 8 7 8 ; m. 11 J a n . 1 9 1 9 , E l i z a b e t h Summerfield. c F l o r e n c e E d i t h , b . 29 June 1 8 8 0 . d. C l a r a , b . 12 Nov. I 8 8 3 ; m. 12 O c t . 1908, Ralph H a r r i s . e . M i l d r e d Talmadge, b . 21 J a n . 1891*. N o t e ; Gar d i n e r / G a r d e n e r Barber and most of h i s immediate f a m i l y a r e b u r . . Queen's R i v e r B a p t . Church Cera., S . K i n g s t o n , R . I . (compiler.) D a t a of t h e c h i l d r e n of Emraa L a P o r e s t Barber & John A Woodmansee, a r e t a k e n from E . E . E a s t M s . , 1 9 2 3 . The 19 pages of E r n e s t E . E a s t may be found a t t h e end of t h i s M s . , Appendix, 1 . N o t e ; E r n e s t E . E a s t M s . , 1923; two a d d i t i o n a l childremof Moses & E l i z a b e t h (Belcher( Barber. 4-7 i l l S a r a h E l i z a b e t h , b . 27 March 1 8 5 8 ; d. 23 March 1935i v S t i l l m a n H a z a r d , b . 2 F e b . 1 861 ; d. 1* O c t . 1901*.

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26 Moses^Barber (Moses^Samuel^Moses Jaraes ) , b . E x e t e r , R . I . , 13 Nov. 1768; d. t h e r e 15 May 1 8 5 8 , ae 90; m. 1791*, Mary C l a r k e ( d / o Moses C l a r k & A l i c e A y l e s w o r t h ) , b . 1 o r 1* F e b . 1771*; d. 5 June 1851*. T h e i r i s s u e ; a l l b . E x e t e r , R . I . i Moses, b . 23 June 1791*. i i R o b e r t , b . 21 Aug. 1796; d. 3 J a n . I 8 8 7 ; m. li* Nov. 1 8 2 0 , L y d i a A. T e f f t d/o Benjamin T e f f t & Lucy R e y n o l d s ) , L y d i a , d. 8 A p r i l 1892. T h e r e were 2 known c h . a. Lucy, m. Amos P . Barber i n J u l y 161*2. He was s / o S h e f f i e l d B a r b e r & Mary P a l m e r G e e r . b . Susan C , m. Edward Love j o y . Civ War., Co. D . , l*2nd R e g ' t , Mass. 52 iii Thomas C , b. 29 Dec. 1798; m. Susan Congdon. iv Aaron, b. 8 Nov. 1800; ra. Feb. 181*2, Susan Diana Bitgood d/o Sarauel Bitgood & Susan Clark, b. 11 April 1822; d. 22 Mar.1905 Ch. a. Thomas Jefferson, m ar. 181*5; d. 11* Feb. 1937* ae 93y» Civ. War. Vet. b. Silas B., b. 16 Mar. 181*6; m. Susan Augusta Bitgood. c Samuel Hinkley, b. 26 July 1852. d. Nelson, b. Aug. 1858. v Samuel, b. 19 Feb. 1803 vi Washington, b. 11 Jan. 1807. twin. vii Jefferson, b. 11 Jan. 1807. twin. viii Narathon, b. 6 Apr. 1809. ix Benjamin, b. 10 Aug.lSll*. x.Edward, b. li* Feb. 1816; d. 1 Mar. 181*5, ae 28. * Note; Robert Barber & wife Lydia Tefft & s. Edward, are buried in the Arcadia part of Exeter, R.I., on Frosty Hollow Road. b. Silas Bitgood Barber (above), ra. 13 Nov. I87O., Susan A. Bitgood, had the following ch; a. Charles Aaron, b. 22 Sept. I87I; d. 1937. m. I898, Lena Jane Bitgood. 1877 - 1961. b. Silas Clarke, b. 12 Nov. 1873; ra. Mary Eliz. Frye . . 1881 - 1911* c. Prank, b. 15 July 1877. d. John K., b. 18 Aug, I883.

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L i l l i b r i d g e ^ B a r b e r (Susannah^"Joseph^Moses Jaraes ) , b. E x e t e r , R . I . , 10 May 1755* D. t h e r e 16 F e b . 181*1}. ; m. 30 Dec. 1773* A l i c e Wilcox, d / 0 Abrara Wilcox & L y d i a H a r r i n g t o n , b . E x e t e r , R . I . , 10 June 1755; d. 13 J a n . 1828; Their i s s u e . i Wilcox, b . 2 Mar. 1771** d. 25 S e p t . 181*9; m. 1 June 1797* P a t i e n c e T e f f t . i i A l i c e , b . 28 Aug. 1777; d. 15 May 1862; m. 7 F e b . 1 7 7 9 , Thoraas T i l l i n g h a s t . b . 23 Aug. 1778; d. 23 Nov. 1 8 5 6 . i i i Edward, t w i n b . 17 J u l y 1 7 7 9 ; d. 30 Oct 181*7, Phebe Tillinghast. i v Susanna, t w i n , b . 17 J u l y 1779; d. 9 May 1829; ra. 2 Mar. 1797* John Browning, J r . , b . 1770; d. 2 J u l y 1850. Had 10 c h . v Hannah, b . 1 1 O c t . I 7 8 I ; d. 19 Aug. 1 7 8 5 . v i L e o n a r d , b . 30 Nov I 7 8 7 ; d. 17 Mar. 1868; m. 21 Nov. 1816, Phebe R a t h b u n , b . 16 Mar. 1795; d. 1 F e b . 1 8 7 2 . v i i Rhoda, b . 6 J u l y 1 7 9 1 ; d. 10 Apr. 1818; ra. 6 Mar. 1 8 0 8 , Caleb H a l l . , b . , 1 8 Mar. 1782; d. 6 J a n . 1 9 6 8 / 9 .
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Rhoda & C a l e b H a l l had no i s s u e , t h i s b r a n c h now e x t i n c t . Caleb H a l l , 2nd E l i z a b e t h T i l l i n g h a s t . They had 5 c h . Leonard & P h e b e ' s Barber s o n Rowland Rathbun B a r b e r , b . 23 s e p t . 1 8 1 7 ; m. 12 J a n . 181*0, Mary Browning Leonard & P h e b e ' s dau. S a l l y , b . 1 Apr. 1821*. i v S u s a n n a h , b . 1779 & John Browning, J r . c h . w e r e ; 1 T h u r s t o n , b . 1799; d. 23 Nov. 1 8 2 1 . 2 O l i v e r D . , b . 1 8 0 1 ; d. 5 Dec. 1817; 3 P o l l y , b . 1 8 0 3 ; d. 10 Mar. 1806. k L i l l i b r i d g e , b . 1 8 0 5 ; d. 29 Mar. 1 8 0 ? . 5 John B. b . 1 8 0 7 . 6 Edward, b . 1809; d. 30. J a n . 1819. 7 J e d i d i a h , . b . 28 F e b . 1 8 1 1 . 8 Rhoda, b . 1 8 1 8 ; d. 20 Nov. 1826. 9 J e r e r a i a h , b . ca 1 8 1 5 . ? l o name unknown. U9

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P e l e g ^ B a r b e r (Thomas ^Thomas Moses James ) , b . H o p k l n t o n , R . I . , ca 1755* ra. I s a b e l l Sherman. Their i s s u e , i Thomas, b . 21* O c t . I 7 8 3 , Hopklnton, R . I . , m. 25 May 1809 Eunice Babcock, d/o J o s e p h Babcock. i i P e l e g Sherraan, b . 1* J u l y 1 7 8 5 ; ra. 15 Mar 1810, L o u i s a G a v i t t , b . 2 Nov. I 7 8 3 . iii P a t t y , b . 1 1 May I 7 8 7 . iv A b i a l , b . 11* Aug. 1789; ra. Betsey Brown, v Merchant, b . 20 F e b . 1 7 9 1 ; d. 23 Nov 1871* & b u r . C h e s t n u t H i l l Cem., E x e t e r , R . I . m. Mercy R vi E x p e r i e n c e , b . 6 Apr. 1 7 9 3 . vii Mercy, b . 7 May 1791*. viii Hannah, b * 17 Apr. 1796. ix S u s a n n a h , b . 18 Apr. 1 7 9 8 . x I s a a c , b . 1 J a n . 1800. xi Wealthy Ann, b . 21 May 1 8 0 2 . The 1 s t & 7 t h b i r t h s were i n Hopklnton, R . I . The 2nd, 3 r d , i*th, 5 t h & 6 t h were born i n C h a r l e s t o w n , R I . _. The l a s t 1* b i r t h s occured i n W e s t e r l y , R . I . C h e s t n u t H i l l Cera., E x e t e r , R . I . , Merchant B a r b e r , b . 20 F e b . 1791 d. 23 Nov. I87I* 83y9m3d, wife Mercy R. 1 June 1881 79y7ml5d. Merchant J r . , I836 7 A p r . l 8 5 7 21y Mary G. 1821* 1 Dec. 187!* 50y8mi*d. Infant twins born & died same day li* Dec. 1833. Sarah d 20 J I83O. Susan P. Barber, 9 Sept. 1837 21 Feb. 1919 wife of John Davis.

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50

Generation

V Capt. N a t h a n 5 B a r b e r ( N a t h ^ e n j * ^ n ^ O S e s 2 j a m e s 1 ) *
b

29

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50

W e s t e r l y , R . I . , 7 Nov. I76O; d. t h e r e 1 or 17 S e p t . 1 8 3 5 , ae 76y; b u r . Old B a r b e r Bur. G r d . No 1 , W e s t e r l y R . I . ra. W e s t e r l y , R . I . , 27 F e b . 1 7 8 0 , Mary P e n d l e t o n , d/o F r e d e r i c k P e n d l e t o n & Lucy ( ) . Mary, b . Weste r l y , R . I . , 1* Aug. 1758; d. t h e r e 16 J a n . I 8 l 8 , ae 6 0 . Their i s s u e , b . Westerly, R . I . i Mary, b . 10 D e c I78O; d. young. i i Susannah, b . 18 Apr. 1 7 8 3 ; m. George I r i s h Bowler a t Hopklnton, R . I . , 22 Nov. 1 8 0 2 . i i i Nathan 1 3 1 , b . 1* May 1785*' d. L o s t a t s e a , 27 A p r i l 1828, ae l*2y l i r a 23d; m. Dorcas Babcock, D/o C o l . Nathan Babcock. i v Lucy, b . 11 S e p t I787* v Nancy, b . 1 7 9 5 ; d. 9 J a n 1 8 1 8 , ae 22y.

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G e n e r a t i o n . 3T, 30 O p t . Henry B a r b e r ( B e n j . , ^ B e n j . , Moses Jaraes ) , b . W e s t e r l y , R . I . , 7 May 1807; d. W e s t e r l y , R . I . a f t . 1837* when h i s w i l l was d a t e d t h e r e . ( A . G . B . , Vol.5 p . 2 7 ) . m. Mary B l i v e n , d / o Sarauel & E l i z a b e t h B l i v e n . Mary b . C h a r l e s t o w n , R . I . , ca 1 8 1 1 . ( A.G.B. Vol. 5 P- 1 9 ) . T h e i r i s s u e ; 3 known, p r o b . o t h e r s , i Henry, i i Lucy Ann, i i i P r a n c e s , b . c a I83O; m. Thomas Nelson Chapman, b . 30 Nov. 1 8 2 8 . Had 1 s o n . , Thoraas L . Chapman. His o b i t . . W e s t e r l y , R . I . , p a p e r , 21* O c t . 1 9 6 6 . Thomas L . Chapman, 95* of 81 C h i l s o n S t ; S p r i n g f i e l d , M a s s . , f o r m e r l y of W e s t e r l y , R . I . , d i e d Monday a t Wesson Memorial H o s p i t a l i n S p r i n g f i e l d . He was t h e husband I d a B. (Pember) Chapman. Mr. Chapman was w e l l known i n W e s t e r l y and worked f o r raany y e a r s i n t h e l o c a l m i l l s . He was an o u t s t a n d i n g b a s e b a l l p l a y e r and c o a c h h e r e i n h i s y o u t h . Mr. Chapman was born i n W e s t e r l y , R . I . , J u l y 1 6 , I 8 7 I , son of Thoraas Nelson Chapman and F r a n c e s B a r b e r . He was meraber i n t h e Palmer C h a p t e r N a r r a g a n s e t t Coramandery and Thomas Lodge AP& A of Palmer, Mass. M S u r v i v i n g , i n a d d i t i o n t o h i s widow, a r e a s o n , Harry S . Chapman of West S p r i n g f i e l d , Mass. and a g r a n d s o n .
* .

Note; A.G.B. are the initials of Mr. Alden Gamaliel Beaman, Ph.D He is the Compiler of Rhode Island Vital Records, New Series. Vol. 1 thru 5** His series may be found in many of the libraries.

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Generation 31

V

Matthew^Stillman B a r b e r (Benj,^BenJ,"Closes James ) , b . W e s t e r l y , R . I . , 15 Mar 1 8 1 5 ; d . t h e r e 19 Mar. 1 8 8 8 ; m. (1) Phoebe E l i z a b e t h H a l l , d/o S t a n t o n H a l l 8c Mercie L e w i s . T h e i r i s s u e ; i James A . , b . 181^1; d. 1 9 2 5 ; m. Hannah T o u r g e e . 181*7 - 1881 i i Sarah, m. George W i l c o x . Matthew^S. B a r b e r , ra. ( 2 ) , W e s t e r l y , R . I . , 8 J a n . 181*3, Rhoda Ann Babcock d.o Henry Babcock & Fanny West. Rhoda b . S t o n i n g t o n , C t . , 11 A p r i l 1 8 1 9 ; ( g . s 1 8 2 0 ) . d. Westerly, R . I . , 17 D e c 1903. Their issue; i i i E l l e r y , b . 181*1*; d. 1921*; ra. P r a n c e s E . H a l l , i v Rhoda Ann, b . 181*6; d. 1930; ra. Dick Beebe. {• Riverbend Cera., Rhoda A. B a r b e r , b . 28 June 181*6; d. v vi 11* Aug. 1 9 3 0 , ae 81*, wife of D i c k e r s e n B e e b e ) . Isaac Gavitt, b . 181*8; d. 1 9 3 8 ; ra/1, H e n r i e t t a Green. m/2, Mary T e f f t . C h a r l e s H e n r y , b . 181*9; d. 1 9 2 7 ; m / 1 , L y d i a Ashby; m/2 L i n a L a t h a m , Agnes R . , b . 1 8 5 1 ; d. 1935* ra. O t i s W. Champlin, b . i 8 6 0 , d. 1 9 2 6 . (Riverbend Cera., W e s t e r l y , R . I . 3 Agn.es R. B a r b e r , ra/1, S t a n t o n Thompson, ra/2 O t i s . W.C. Edwin B . , b . 1953* d. 1931*; ra/1, I d a B l i v e n ; ra/2, Nora B a r r y ; ra/3, C l a r a E l l i s , Phoebe E l i z a , b . 1855; d. 1 9 2 2 , a e 6 7 ; ra. Benjarain M e r r i t t , b . 181*9; d. 19-1*3* ae 91*. (Riverbend Cera.). Willlara Araos, b . Mar. 1 8 5 7 ; d . 1 7 Apr. 1911*, a e 5 7 , l l m o . ra. I d a Murphy. M a t t h e w s . J r . , b . 1 8 5 9 ; d. 1 9 1 6 ; ra. Lou P a l m e r .

vii

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53

Generation 33

V

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Benjamin S p e n c e r Barber ( Benj,^Ezekiel-*Moses Jaraes ) b . Richraond, R . I . 11* Aug. 1 8 0 0 ; d. t h e r e 8 Aug. 1 8 8 6 , ae 85yllml5 d ; Wood R i v e r Cem. # 2 , Richmond, R . I . ra. t h e r e 7 S e p t . 1826, I s a b e l l P o t t e r , d/o Benjamin & E l i z a b e t h P o t t e r . I s a b e l l , b . 20 May 1806; d. 22 S e p t . 1 8 8 8 , ae 82y, a widow. Wood R i v e r Cera. # 2 . T h e i r i s s u e , i J e s s e C r a n d a l l , b . 1* Mar. 1 8 2 7 ; ra. 27 D e c 181*7, Sarah Tefft. ii E l i z a b e t h , b . 18 J u l y 1 8 2 9 ; ra.26 S e p t . 1 8 5 3 , D a n i e l K e l l y . i i i Benjamin P o t t e r , b . 1 2 March 1832; d. 27 J a n . 1 9 0 9 , ae 77y; R i v e r b e n d Cera; m. 3 J u l y 1 8 5 3 , (1) S u s a n Johnson, m (2) Martha E . J o h n s o n . 3 known s o n s . Henry, J o s h u a and Benjamin, i v Manly Peckham, b . 23 March 1831*. v Job Hazard, b . 16 Apr. I 8 3 6 ; d. 27 Mar. 1861*; m. Mary J . C o t t r e l l , d. 12 J u l y 1 8 9 5 . v i Susannah E s t h e r , b . 18 Mar. I 8 3 8 ; d. 11 May 181*7- ae 9 y . v i i Alcey P r a n c e s , b . 1 1 Dec 181*0 ( g . s . ) ; d. 21* O c t . 1910; ra. P r e s t o n A. Arnold, d. 3 J u l y 1 8 9 1 . v i i i Gidoen Mosher, b . 31 Mar. 181*2; i x Chancy B. d. y o u n g , no d a t e on g . s . x Lucy J , b . d. 26 F e b . 181*7. The above r e c o r d s found a t t h e W e s t e r l y , R . I . , P u b l i c L i b r a r y , t h e y were t a k e n frora p h o t o s t a t c o p i e s of B i b l e r e c o r d s of B e n j . B a r b e r & I s a b e l P o t t e r . Henry B a r b e r , b . 21* June 1 8 5 6 , d 28 Nov 1873- G.S a t R i v e r b e n d Cem. G . S . r e d . , found i n Wood R i v e r Cera, No 2 . of Benjarain P & wife I s a b e l . , Job Hazard & wife Mary J . C o t t r e l l . , S u s a n E s t e r . , Alcy P r a n c e s & P r e s t o n A. A r n o l d . , Chancy B. and Lucy J . Susan (Johnson) B a r b e r b . 30 June 1 8 2 7 . ; d. 28 Apr. 1 8 6 5 . Martha (Johnson) B a r b e r , b . 30 May I83O; d. 19 Mar. 18.91*. Rhode I s l a n d B i r t h s , by A.G. Be aman, Bk 1 , pll*Henry Clay B a r b e r , s / o B e n j . S . & I s a b e l P o t t e r , Q c t . 181*1*, Richmond, R . I . b . 15 s-n "

Generation 32

V

John A. B a r b e r ( B e n j . ^ E z e k i e l ^ M o s e s JAMES ) , b . 2 F e b , 1785; d. 19 A p r . 183 ( 8 ? ) ; ra. 1 J a n . 1 8 1 3 , M e r c i e Moore, d/o S i l a s Moore & Chloe P h i l l i p s . Mary, b . 1 6 Mar. 1790; d . 22 J a n . 1 8 6 9 ; T h e i r i s s u e . i S u s a n , b . ll* Nov. 1 8 1 3 ; d. 2 S e p t . 181*9; ra. S i l a s E . Moore, s / o N a t h a n . i i C h l o e , b . 1 6 Mar. 1816; m. W i l l e t L i l l i b r i d g e . i i i Elizabeth, b . 22 J a n . 1 8 1 7 ; i v D e s i r e , b . 10 S e p t . 1 8 1 8 . v . S i l a s M. b . 29 Nov. 1 8 2 1 . v i Mary A. b . 29 J a n . 1 8 2 3 . v i i J e r u s h a , b . 1* may 1 8 2 5 . v i i i Benjamin H a z a r d , b . 3 D e c 1 8 2 7 ; d. 1 8 J u n e I87O i x Mercy A. b . 2 A p r i l 1 8 3 0 . ra. 1 J a n . 1 8 5 5 , S t e p h e n Babcock. Ref., The Moore Gen.

N o t e ; The Moore G e n . , s t a t e s Mercy^Moore had a d a u . Amy, b . 1 8 1 0 . , m. George B e v e r l y . Had 6 c h .

SS

Generation 31* Henry^B a r b e r ( J o n a t h a n ^ ) a n i e l % o s e s James ) , b . E x e t e r , R . I . , 16 A p r i l 1 7 7 2 ; d. S t o n i n g t o n , Conn., 22 Mar. 1 8 1 0 . ra. 1 Nov. 1792, Anna R a t h b o n e , ( d / o Siraeon R a t h b o n e ) , b . 26 S e p t . 1771*. d. 21 Nov. 1 8 5 7 . Their i s s u e , i Mary, ra. John G a l l u p , i i J a b e z , b . 9 J a n . 1795; d. 1 6 7 9 ; ra. Thankful L e w i s , i i i S a b r a , b . 3 F e b . 1797; d. 1 8 2 0 ; ra. Caleb G r e e n , i v S m i t h , b . 1 J u l y , 1799; d. I87O. m. Mary J a m e s . v E a s o n , b . 1 8 0 3 ; d. 1 8 8 8 . m. E l i z a Barber of Woody H i l l , v i R u s s e l l , b . 1807; d. 1 8 8 2 ; m. Mary M a t t e s o n . 1 8 2 9 - 1 8 8 2 . v i i H e n r y 6 , b . 16 July 1810; d. 1 2 Mar. 1 8 9 1 . m. Mary Palmer. 1 8 1 5 - 1 8 5 5 . v i i i Jonathan, d i e d young. ix infant.

Eason B a r b e r , s/o Henry B a r b e r & Anna R a t h b o n e . , b . Voluntown, C t . , 27 J u l y 1 8 0 3 ; d. P r o v i d e n c e , R . I . , 10 F e b . , 1 8 8 8 , ae 81*; m. Woody H i l l , R . I . , 9 F e b . 1822, E l i z a B a r b e r , b . E x e t e r , R . I . , 23 O c t . 1 8 0 5 . ; d. P r o v i d e n c e , R . I . , 15 F e b . 1881*; They had 5 o h . , one b e i n g Comfort, who m. A l b e r t C. N i c h o l s .
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Henry B a r b e r , (above v i i ) , s / o Henry^Barber & Anna Anna R a t h b o n e . , b . Voluntown, C t . , 16 J u l y 1 8 1 0 ; r. a f t e r h i s f a t h e r ' s d e a t h ; d. 12 Mar. 1 8 9 1 ; ra. Mary Ann Palmer ( d / o Noah Palmer & P o l l y C o r e y ) , b . E x e t e r , R . I . , 18 O c t . 1815; d. D e l e v o n , W i s e , 11 Nov. 1855Their i s s u e ; cont.

56

Generation

V children, cont.

Henry Barber & Mary Ann Palmer, 1 ii iii iv v vi vii viii

John A. b. R.I., 18 Mar. I836; d. 7 June 1910. Amy, b. 181*1; d. 27 Feb. 1923. Hannah S. b. 28 Oct. 1853. W i s e ; d. 25 Mar. 1918. George J., b. 27 June 1852; d. Wise 25 Feb. 1953. Albert, b. 27 June 181*3; d. 13 June 1933. Nelson Turner, b. 1 May 181*9; d. Esterville, Iowa, Warren Congdon, b. Wise. 20 Aug. 1850; d. 10 June 1890. Charlie (Charles S . ) , b. 2 Oct. 1855; d. 25/27 Apr. 1935-

7
v i Nelson T u r n e r B a r b e r ( a b o v e ) , m. 16 O c t . I 8 7 6 , L o t t i e .Alice A u s t i n . T h e i r d a u . Mary E t h e l B a r b e r . , m. 7 March 1901*, Joseph J . G . Bertrand. Their dau.B e a t r i c e B a r b e r B e r t r a n d . , m. Guy Knuth. Their dau.B a r b a r a Knuth . ra. Robert Rowland. N o t e ; For f u r t h e r i n f o r m a t i o n on t h i s family may c o n t a c t , Mrs. B a r b a r a Rowland. 1*831 C o l o r a d o S t .

Duluth,

Mn.

55801*.

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J o n a t h a n ^ B a r b e r , s / o J o n a t h a n ^ a r b e r & S a b r a S t a n t o n , m. Weltha G o r t o n , d / o James G o r t o n & C h a r i t y ) ) . , d. R i c h raond, R . I . , 2 J u l y 1870, ae 78y, Ira, 29d. 2 known c h . , poss. others. 1 . Ann, b . c a 1822; d. 31 Mar. I87O, ae l*8y l i r a 28d. 2 . Jaraes G . , d. 13 Nov. 1 8 7 6 , ae 1*9. He was s i n g l e when h e d l e d of m i s f o r t u n e . 56-1

Generation 35

V

S a l l y ^ B a r b e r ( J o n a t h a n ^ D a n i e l t y l o s e s James ) , b . E x e t e r , R . I . , c a 1781*/5; d. t h e r e 9 J u l y 1861*; a e 7 9 y . m. D a n i e l P h i l l i p s , b . c a 1781*/5; d. 16 May l 8 6 5 , a e 7 9 . Their issue; i J o h n H . , b . 16 Mar. 1 8 0 8 ; d. 181*7. i i I s r a e l D e n n i s o n , b . 11 Aug. 1809; d. 1 8 9 0 . , b u r . Patchaug Cem., J e w e t t C i t y , C t ; m. Wealthy Browning Wheeler, b . 1 8 1 9 ; d. 1900; 2 known s o n s , Andrew Wheeler and D a n i e l Lyon P h i l l i p s , i i i Jabez T h u r s t o n , b . 2 J a n l 8 l l * ; d. i 8 6 0 ; m . ( l ) ll* Jan 181*9, D i n a h May Palmer who d. 1856, ae 5 6 . T h e i r c h . , were Mary J a n e . , P a l m e r . , E s t h e r and A l r a i r a . J a b e z , ra. ( 2 ) , Hannah Corey and had Phebe A n n . , and John Anderson P h i l l i p s , i v Phebe E . , b . 2 F e b . 1816; d. 23 S e p t . 1909; m. (1) Araos B e n n e t t . They h a d dau. Mercy E l l e n , d ae 17** & dau. E l i z a Ann ra. John C o r e y . Phebe E . , ra. (2) S h e f f i e l d P a l m e r . No i s s u e , v S a b r a B . , b . 17 May I 8 l 8 ; d. 10 F e b . 1851*; m. 20 F e b . 181*2, Benjamin Richmond. T h e i r ch. 1 , Jaraes T. Richmond 181*5 - I 8 6 3 . 2, L y d i a M a r g a r e t , b . 1* J u l y 181*7; ra. Benjarain P a l m e r . 3 , C h a r l e s A . , b . 16 S e p t . 1 8 5 3 ; d. i n c h i l d h o o d . v i Merriam Ann, b . 7 Aug. 1820; d. 16 J u l y 1901*; m. 10 March 181*0, Joseph P h i l l i p s , b . 8 Aug. 1 8 1 9 ; d. 16 Oct. 1 8 9 9 . Joseph was s / o E t h e l & S a b r a ( P r i n k ) Phillips. ( 2 d i f f e r e n t l i n e s of P h i l l i p s - u n r e l a t e d ) . 5 c h . , 1 , J o h n , d. 15 Aug. 0.863, ae 2 3 ; Conn. V o l . , Co D , 2 6 t h 2, E d w i n , d. 25 Nov, 181*3, ae l y 9m. 3 , Mercy, d. 21 F e b . 1866. S c h o o l t e a c h e r , unm. 1*, S a r a h , b , 181*6; d. 1916; ra.(l), 16 S e p t . 1 8 6 7 , P e r r y Rathbone Palmer, ra. ( 2 ) , 19 F e b . 1 8 9 6 , Ashael Young, d. 21* A p r i l 1 9 0 9 . ra. (3) 18 June 1910, C h a r l e s B e n n e t t . 5 , Amos, b . 23 D e c 181*7; d. 1939; m. 9 J a n . I 8 7 6 , A l i c e E c c l e s t o n , b . 1856. Had a s o n , George P h i l l i p s , b . 1886; d. 193**.

cont.

57

Generation Sally^Barber & Daniel P h i l l i p s c h . , cont. v i i Susan C , b . 12 Jan. 1823; d. 27 April 1906; ra. 11 Feb. 181*9, W i l l i a r d Gardiner, b . 12 Jan. 1821*; d. 19 May 1899; Their i s s u e ; 1 , Susan G a r d i n e r , m. Ebenezer U. Richraond, s/o Moses & Olive (Palraer) Richmond. 2, W i l l i a r d H. Gardiner, b . 18 May 1859; d. 3 Jan 191+1; Eldora Dawley, b . 23 March 1861*; d. 16 Feb. 1931; n> Their ch: G r a c e . , W i l l a r d . , I n e z . , E d i t h . , Marion., A l i c e . , S u s a n . , Howard., Winfred. v i i i Lydia, b . 6 June. 1827; d. 1875; ra. 16 S e p t . 181*8, Samuel Kinne, 1820- 1881. Their ch: F r a n k l i n . , L e o n a r d . , P r a n k . , Lydia E l l e n . , L i l l i a n . , Susan., J u l i e t . , also 2 J e a n e t t e s - 2 Emma's- one E l l e n and others died e a r l y . i x Alzada W., b . 23 April 1829; m. ( 1 ) , Orrin G a r d i n e r . , m. (2) Thomas Hazard., ra. (3)* Bowen Gardiner. 3 known ch; J e a n e t t e , William and A n n i e . , poss o t h e r s . x A g i r l names ' D i l l y ' , poss the Alraira D. P h i l l i p s , who d. 3 Jan 1833, ae 2 1 . bur. Old P h i l l i p s Cera. Let us r e t u r n t o v i , Merriam And Joseph P h i l l i p s . , their l*th born, S a r a h , b . 181*6; d. 1916; ra. (1) 1867. Perry Rathbone Palmer, s/o S h e f f i e l d Palraer & Phebe Rathbun., b . 23 Sept 181*1*; d. 11* Mar. 1886. Their i s s u e ; 5oh. 1 , John Elmer, b . 30 July 1868; d. 26 Jan. 1910; m. Olive D y e r . , d 27 June 1965, ae 82. No i s s u e . 2, Mary L o u i s e , b . 28 Dec. 1869; d. 21* Dec. 191*2; m. Governor T. Church* s/o William Church & Lydia Taber. I s s u e . , Kenneth., C l i f f o r d and Dorothy. 3 , Phebe Ann, b . ll* Oct. I 8 7 I ; d. 26 July 1909; ra. Edward A. Gordon. I s s u e ; L e s l i e . , Elmer., Annie., Howard., W a l t e r . , S a r a h and Arthur. 1*, Arthur P e r r y , b . 23 May 1873; d. Wells, Maine, 29 Nov. 1936. unm. 5 , Sabra A l i c e , b . 25 Dec I 8 7 7 ; d. 21* Oct. 191*1*; m. 18 June 1895, A l b e r t E. Palraer ( s / o Ezra Lee Palmer 8c Dorcas C l a r k e ) , b . 26 'Jan 1866; d. 1* May 1950. Their ch; L i l a . , W i l f r e d . , Clayton., C a r l e t o n . , L e s t e r and Gladys E. I t i s t h i s Miss Gladys E . Palmer who has a s s i s t e d me i n t h i s family r e s e a r c h . d>. / f ?/{***& ''9?f end 57-1

Generation
36 R.I.,

V
Jaraes ) , b. Exeter,

Elizabeth^Barber( JonathanhDaniel^-loses

22 F e b . 1 7 9 2 ; d . 8 D e c 1 8 7 k ; ra. Richmond, R . I . , 6 cr April 1809, James^Barber, J r . , b . S . K i n g s t o w n , R . I . , 20 J u l y 1 7 8 8 ; d . t h e r e 8 Aug. 1 8 6 1 . T h e i r i s s u e :

39

1*0 1*1

i H e n r y , b . 20 March 1 8 1 0 ; d . 23 N o v , 1 8 9 7 ; ra. E l i z a E n n i s . i i G e o r g e Wm., b . 1 0 May 181.2; d . Nov. 1 8 9 1 ; ra. Mary A. Greene of B r i s t o l , R . I . , i i i E l i z a A n n . , b . 25 A p r i l 1811*; d. 9 O c t . 1 8 9 7 ; ra. B e n j . Weeden Brayman, b . c a 1 8 1 5 ; 3 known c h . i v M a r y , b . 2 May 1 8 1 6 ; d. 1* S e p t I87I*; ae 58y l*ra 3 d . v W i l l e t A n t h o n y , b . 1 J u l y 1 8 1 8 ; d . 2 A u g u s t 1 8 9 2 ; ra. ( 1 ) L u c y Ann A u s t i n ; m. ( 2 ) R u t h E . • v i J o s e p h D e n n i s o n , b . 3 1 J a n . 1 8 2 0 ; d . 29 May 1 8 9 7 ; m. ( 1 ) S a r a h W h i t e ; m. ( 2 ) Hannah P a r t e l o M a i n . v i i Albert Stanton, b . 21 D e c . 1 8 2 2 ; d . 1 5 J a n . 1 8 8 8 ; ra. ( 1 ) W a i t y Peckhara, b . c a 1 8 2 7 ; d . 1 5 March 181*9; ra. ( 2 ) E l i z a Peckham. Waity & E l i z a were s i s t e r s and d a u s . , of Reuben & C h a r l o t t e ( — ) Peckham. v i i i Sanford, b . 9 S e p t . 1 8 2 5 ; d . 1 3 A u g u s t 1 8 6 2 ; ra(l) S u s a n 0 . C l a r k ( d / o J o s e p h & Amy P . C l a r k . S u s a n d. e a r l y . S a n f o r d , ra. ( 2 ) E l i z a b e t h W e b s t e r . i x E l i s h a R. P o t t e r , b . 1* A u g u s t 1 8 2 7 ; Mary G n d y .
a

1*2

d. 2 June 1 8 8 6 ,

ra.

13 * 11 **

x Susannah Statnon, b, 19 Jan. I83I; ra. John Gifford Vaughn. xi Moses Hazard, b. 22 April 1833; d. 2 July 1897; m. Mary Jane Hubbard. He rem. to early, see his page.

58

Generation 37

V

S h e f f i e l d Bat-ber * D a n i e l \ ) a n i e l ^ M o s e s 2 J a r a e s 1 ) , b . v E x e t e r , R . I . , 5 June 1777; d, 15 J u l y 1862; His w i l l dated 6 Feb. 1858; prob. proved i n Exeter, R . I . ra. ( 1 ) , Comfort B u r d i c k . I s s u e of t h i s 1 s t m. 7 c h . 1 L y d i a , b . 11* Aug. 1 7 9 8 . i i J o s e p h , b . 8 June 1800. i i i E l i z a b e t h , b . 23 Oct. 1 8 0 5 . i v D a n i e l L . , b . 7 Oct. 1807 ( deaf & dumb), v S a l l y , b . 16 F e b . 1 8 1 3 ; d'...9 May I87I*; m. 26 Apr. 1829, Almon Godfrey, v i S u s a n , b . 7 J a n l8ll*; d. 8 Mar. 1881*, ae 70y 2m I d . , ra. Hoxsie ( p o s s . Wm. B . ? ) . had 12 c h . v i i Lucy, b . 25 Apr. 1816; d. 13 D e c 1901*; m. (1) S i l a s Wood. ra. (2) 21* Dec. 1 8 7 5 , Joshua Godfrey.

5
viii ix x xi xii S h e f f i e l d ^ B a r b e r , ra. (2) Mary Palmer Geer, wid of Thomas Geer and d/o E z r a Palraer & Mary Newton. Mary Palmer, b . 7 Mar. 1787; d. 1 F e b . 1858; Issue; Comfort, b . 21 Oct. 1 8 1 9 ; d. 20 Nov. 1887; m. \ J a n . 1835* Col George S p r a g u e . Amos P . b . 26 F e b . 1 8 2 1 ; d. 3 P e b . 1905; a . J u l y 181*2, Lucy B a r b e r . , d/o Robert 8c L y d i a ( T e f f t ) B a r b e r . Hannah, b . 28 Aug. 1 8 2 3 ; d. 29 J u l y 1906; ra. John Bliven. John Henry, b . 19 S e p t . 1826; m. 7 May 181*8, Mary A. James, W i l l i a m A l b e r t , b . 20 S e p t . 1832; ra. 13 May 1 8 5 5 , E l i z a b e t h James.

59

Generation 38

V E l l e r y ^ B a r b e r ^ R e y n o l d s ^ D a n i e l ^ M o s e s James ) , March 1 7 8 3 ; Esther.Lewis 1 2 F e b . 1788} i iii iii iv v George, Abby, d. 2 3 Nov. 1 8 7 7 ; d. 3 Mar. i 8 6 0 . d. d. ra. 19 Oct. 1 8 0 5 , issue; b. (1) b. 1

( d / o Jaraes L e w i s & T h a n k f u l B a r b e r ) . , Their b . 1 2 June 1 8 0 6 ;

21* M a r . 1 8 1 0 , ae l*y.

b . 21* J u l y 1 8 0 9 ;

25 O c t . I 8 3 8 , ae 2 9 y .

G e o r g e , b . 27 D e c . 1 8 1 0 ; d . 1 2 F e b . 1 8 5 9 , ae i*9y. Eason, b . 12 June 1812; d . 8 Aug. I 8 7 8 , ae 6 6 y . J o h n , b . 20 F e b . 1 8 2 3 ; d . 22 Aug. 1 8 2 5 , ae 2 y . m. (2) 2 J u l y i 8 6 0 , M a r i a C l a r k N e y , w i d . M a r i a , d/o G a r d i n e r C l a r k , A . G . B . , V o l 1 , p . 1*1*). b . 8 Dec. She d. 1 A p r i l

Ellery^Barber, o f Varnura N e y . 1793. ( Ref., 1 8 7 9 , ae 86 y .

i i Abby, ( a b o v e ) , 1 Esther,

la. 180.9, R o s w e l l P a l m e r .

5 known c h .

b . 17 July 1830.

2 Jaraes E l l e r y , b . 1 8 3 3 ; d . 2 May 1 8 9 6 . 3 Charles, b . 1835; dd. I 8 3 8 . 1* W i l l l a r a , b . & d. O c t . I 8 3 8 . 5 Note; George, b . 181*9; Went t o Cal.

When E l l e r y B a r b e r d i e d h e was i n t e r r e d u p o n h i s he had c o n d u c t e d a

o l d homestead, where during h i s l i f e farra and s a w m i l l •

60

Generation V 1 i v Eason 6Barber ( Ellery5Reynolds1Wiel3Moses2Jame8 ) , b . E x e t e r , R . I . . 22 J u n e 1812; d. C a r o l i n a , R . I . , 8 Aug. I8785 m. 28 Oot. 181+5, R a c h a e l P o l l a r d ( d / o James P o l l a r d ) , b . S m i t h f i e l d , R . I . , 1 0 Nov. 1826; d . 2? Aug. 1 8 9 9 . I s s u e ; i i S u s a n C a t h e r i n e , b . 5 Oot. 181+7, d . 21+ Deo. 1 8 5 0 . i Edwin, b . 28 S e p t . 181+6; d . 28 O c t . 181+6. i i i Albert Taylor, b . 10 Mov. 181+9; 4 . 16 Mar. 1850. i v Mary C a t h e r i n e , b . 31 Deo. 1 8 5 0 ; d . 9 Mar. 1873v Abby E s t h e r , b . 16 Apr. 1 8 5 3 ; d . 21+ F e b . 1 8 9 8 . v i Byron, b . 25 J a n . 1 8 5 7 ; d . 1 J u l y 1 8 5 7 . v i i H e r b e r t L i n c o l n , b . 21+ Apr. 1 8 5 8 ; d . a f t 1 9 2 8 . v i i i S u s a n Richmond. b . 10 J u l y 1 8 6 1 ; d . 25 Aug. 1 8 6 3 . ix infant, twin. b . 8 J a n . 1861+; d . 26 Apr. 1861;. x A l b e r t E l l e r y . t w i n . b . 9 J a n . 1861+; d . 1928; « . 1 8 J a n .

(,3

1887.aHattie I ™£L<*(* - T S1f S S f c i ^ * ™ ' ' h
x i

«"^-

ffir s on: S W S ^ ' t - i S a J . . l l i - i -9l6.(River Bend C m e .

Oscar Edmond. b . 10 Apr 1 8 6 5 ; d . a f t 1928. m. Edna W i n i f r e d B a t e s . ( White Brook Cem, C a r o l i n a , R . I . ) . x i i a r a n t Colfax, b . 26 J u l y 1 8 6 7 ; d. b e f . 1928.

60-1

Generation 63

V 11 (EasonnSllery^ReynoldsTDaniel^Mjses James ) , b . Riclirmd, R . I . , 8 Jan. 1861*.; d. Westerly, R . I . , 1928; m. 18 Jan. 1887V H a t t i e I Place (d/o Benjarain P l a c e ) , b . 1860; d. 191*2. I s s u e ; i E t h e l , b . 11 May 1888., m. P . Milton E l d r i d g e , b . 1912. They had s . Theron Barber E l d r i d g e , b . 1912; d. 1916. G . S . , River Bend Cem.
-tKHHHHf1

Albert^Ellery Barber

The following d a t a i s taken from two p a r t i a l newspaper o b i t s , from The Westerly Sun; 1928. Albert E l l e r y Barber, 61* i s f a t a l l y s t r i c k e n while i n Post o f f i c e . Was serving Lodge at l a s t . As S e c r e t a r y of F r a n k l i n Lodge, P . and A.M., overcome while mailing batch of l e t t e r s f o r Fraternity. Albert E l l e r y Barber, for p a s t 26 years s e c r e t a r y of F r a n k l i n Lodge, No. 20, P. 8c A.M. of Westerly, R . I . , d i e d suddenly i n the Post Office yesterday morning. Mr. B a r b e r ' s l a s t a c t was to mail a sheaf of l e t t e r s f o r the lodge he had served so l o n g . Mr. Barber was 61* years old and apparently i n good h e a l t h , although he had had a s l i g h t h e a r t trouble f o r some t i m e . Mr. Barber apparently was s t r i c k e n as he entered the Post Office, a few minutes a f t e r 7 o f clock and was r e s t i n g on an i n v e r t e d w a s t e basket when Clerk John H. Maguire opened the stamp window. Mcguire i n q u i r e d the t r o u b l e . When Mr. Barber asked f o r a g l a s s of water the c l e r k r e a l i z e d he was s e r i o u s l y i l l . Mr. Maguire t o l d A s s i s t a n t Postmaster James P . Spellman and they took water to the s t r i c k e n man. The d r i n k revived hira and he arose and mailed h i s l e t t e r s , but seated himself again, apparently weakened by the e x e r t i o n . In the meantime other p o s t o f f i c e o f f i c i a l s c a l l e d Dr. Grant Savage and Henry C. Crandall, an automobile raan who happened i n rushed for Dr. John Champlin, J r . Mr. Barber was s. a l l a l i v e when Crandall r e t u r n e d with the p h y s i c i a n , but died w i t h i n a few moments. Dr. H.M. Scanlon, medical examiner, a l s o responded to another emergency c a l l , but Mr. Barber was beyond a i d of a l l 3 physicians. Mr. Barber was b o r n i n Richmond, R . I . , He was a g r e t - g r a n d s o n of Reynolds Barber, S Rhode I s l a n d s o l d i e r i n the Revolutionary War, and a d i r e c t descendant of James Barber, who migrated from B e r k s h i r e , England, t o Boston i n 1633. /^ o cont. 60-2

Generation V 11 Albert Ellery Barber,

cont. ,

— i n 1633
Mr. Barber, the son of Eason and Rachael Pollard Barber, came to Westerly when a young man and entered the employ of the old lumber firm of Randolph Bentley & Co., in 1888, as bookeeper. In 1900, when the company sold out to H.T. Kenyon, Mr. Barber continued in that capacity, and agin in 1921, when the firm became the W.C. Hi so ox Company, this year rounding out 1 0 years in * the same position. On Jan 18, 1887, Mr. Barber married Miss Hattie I. Place of East Greenwich. She and one daughter Mrs. P. Milton Eldridge of Attleboro, and two brothers, Oscar and Herbert of Carolina, survive. Outside of his home life and occupation, Mr. Barber's entire interests were wrapped up in Masonary. He was admitted to Franklin Lodge when a young raan. He served in various offices and was a Past Master of Franklin Lodge for 26 consecutive terms. Since 1896, he did not miss a single state, special or emergent meeting of that lodge. His long connection with Franklin Lodge and other Masonic bodies made hira widely known in Masonic circles throughout Rhode Island and Massachusetts. The funeral will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Gavitt Horae, 1 6 Granite Street, Westerly; Rev. Byron U. * Hatfield, pastor of the First Baptist Church, will officiate. Franklin Lodge will conduct the coraralfcal service in River Bend Cemetery. end. 60-3
< H m K a •»•»-» tMttta a ft

6i*

Georges Barber (Ellery^Reynolds^Daniel-Tyioses Jaraes ) , b . 27 Dec 1810; d. 12 F e b . 1859; ra. Hannah M e r r i s ( d / o W i l l i a m M e r r i s ) , b . 15 Aug. 1812; d. 2 A p r i l 1 8 8 9 . T h e i r i s s u e ; i Roxanna, b . 1 S e p t . 183I*. i i Abbey E . , b . 8 Aug., 1836. i i i George P r a n k , b . 3 April 1838. i v E l i z a b e t h , b . 6 S e p t . 1839. v.Amy M. b . 16 F e b . 181*2. v i W i l l i a m E l l e r y , b . 30 Aug. 181*1*. v i i Hannah J a n e , b . 26 S e p t . 181*5. v i i i C h a r l e s Edward, b . 11* A p r i l 181*8. i x A l b e r t T. b . 22 March 1 8 5 0 . x i G a r d i n e r R. b . 30 Nov. 1 8 5 2 . x i i Phebe Ann., b . 18 A p r i l 1857< nothing further. 60-3

Generation

V1 6 / ^ 39 Henry B a r b e r , s / o Jaraes^& E l i z a b e t h (Barber) B a r b e r . , b . S . Kingstown, R . I . , 20 March 181Q; d. t h e r e 23 Nov. 1897* ae 87y 8ra 3d; ra. S . Kingstown, R . I . , 20 J a n . 181*0, E l i z a b e t h E n n i s ( d / o C h r i s t o p h e r Ennis & Dorcas A l l a n ) , b . 10 May 1 8 1 7 ; d. 21 June 1 8 9 0 , ae 73y Irao l i d . Issue: i S a r a h E r a e l i n e , b . 23 May 181*1. i i Mary J . , b . 27 Nov. 181*2. i i i Amie E . , b . 10 Oct. 181*7. i v Henry Thomas, b . 10 Apr. 1 8 5 3 ; d. 1 Mar. 1851*. v George H e n r y , b . 20 S e p t . 1 8 5 5 ; d, 13 Dec. 1861*. v i H a t t i e M . , b . 2 J a n . 1 8 5 8 ; d 11 Dec. 1861*. N o t e ; c o r r e c t i o n , Henry B a r b e r (abOve, ra. E l i z a b e t h E n n i s , d/o C h r i s t o p h e r Ennis 8c Dorcas Albro . ( R e f . , A.G.Bearaan, V o l . , 3 , P 2 5 . George Henry & H a t t i e M., c h . above, both d i e d of S c a r l e t F e v e r . This e n t i r e faraily b u r i e d i n Old. P e r n wood Cera., W. Kingstown, R . I .

61

Generation 1*0

VI 6 W i l l e t A n t h o n y / B a r b e r , s / o Jaraes J r 8c E l i z a b e t h ( B a r b e r ) B a r b e r , b . S . Kingstown, R . I . , 1 J u l y I 8 l 8 ; d. t h e r e 2 Aug. 1892, ae 757 Irao. m. (1) Lucy Ann A u s t i n , b. F e b . 1822; d. 29 Aug. 1 8 8 5 , ae 63y 6ra 25d. T h e i r i s s u e ; i James, b . 181*2; d. 17 A p r i l 1 8 5 6 , ae 1 6 ^ 8m 9 d . i i I s r a e l A . , b . 25 F e b . 181*3; d. 15 Aug. 1 8 6 3 , ae 20y 5ra l i d . , aboard t h e Steamer Tycoon. i i i C h a r l e s W i l l e t , b . 2 June 181*5; dd. 10 S e p t . 1 8 9 9 ; m. 6 F e b . I 8 7 O , Sarah E l i z a b e t h Wilcox, d/o Noah Wilcox & Mary Sherman. i v S a b r a E . , b . 1* June 181*9; d. 6 S e p t . 1858, ae 9y. v I n f a n t s o n , b & d. same day 1861*. v i Mary Ann, b . 20 J u l y 181*7; ( r e f . , A.G.Beaman, Vol 1 , p 1 5 W i l l e t Anthony B a r b e r , ae 6 8 , of G r i s w o l d , C t . , ra. So Kingstown, R . I . , ( h i s c o u s i n ) , Ruth E. (Jaraes) Johnson, ae 6 8 , who was b . Richmond, R . I , & d/o J o n a t h a n Jaraes 8c Ruth B a r b e r . This B a r b e r f a m i l y b u r i a l p l o t i s i n Queen's R i v e r B a p t . Church Cem., S . K i n g s t o w n , R . I . (2)

N o t e ; New E n g l a n d H i s t . & Gen. R e g i s t e r , Vol. CXXVll, p . 3 3 , J a n . 1973; Ruth E. Jaraes, b1; ca 1 8 1 3 , d/o Jonathan James & Ruth B a r b e r ( d/o Jaraes Barber & M a r g a r e t W i l c o x ) , ra/1 Horace Johnson: m/2 D a n i e l K n i g h t : ra/3 W i l l e t A. B a r b e r , ( a b o v e ) .

62.

Generation 1*1

V L J o s e p h i D e n n i s o n B a r b e r , s / o James J r . , & E l i z a b e t h B a r b e r . , b . S . Kingstown, R . I . 31 J a n . 1820; d. i n t h e v i l l a g e of Ganochet, H o p k l n t o n , R . I . , 2 9 M a y , ; 1897* m. N. S t o n i n g t o n , C t . , li* O c t . 2.81*1*, S a r a h White • There were 12 c h i l d r e n b o r n of t h i s 1 s t raarriage. Joseph B a r b e r , m. ( 2 ) , Hannah P a r t e l o Main. No i s s u e , i Ruth, b . 22 Mar. 181*6; d. 29 Mar. 1 9 3 3 , ae 8 7 ; m. A l b e r t C. H i l l i a r d . , b . 28 O c t . 1832; d. 25 A p r i l 1 9 1 6 , ae 81*. They h a d 1 known s o n , C h a r l e s H i l l i a r d . i i Susan B . , b . 181*7; d . 1 9 3 7 , ae 90; m. C h a r l e s D e x t e r M i n e r , b . 181*6; d . 1 9 0 9 ; T h e i r i s s u e ; 1 . E t t a , b . 1 8 7 0 . d. I 8 8 3 . 2 . Mary E . , b . 1872. d . 31 Mar. 1 8 8 1 . 3 . C h a r l e s D . b . I 8 7 9 . d. 191*9, ae 7 0 . ill iv v vi H e r b e r t L a v a i l , b . 16 May 1 8 5 0 ; d. A t c h i s o n , K a n . , 17 J a n . 1 8 7 1 . Rem. t o K a n s a s , ( s e e Noi*5). Dennison P e l e g , b . 1 2 Nov. 1 8 5 1 ; Rera. t o Kansas t o homestead f o r h i s Uncle Moses B a r b e r , (no 1*5) • C h a r l e s W h i t e f , b . 10 J u l y 1 8 5 3 ; Rem. t o K a n s a s , ( s e e No 1*5) . S . A d e l l a , b . 1 2 June 1 8 5 6 ; d. 19*1*15 •»• 22 D e c . 1 8 7 5 , Cyrus H. S t e w a r t , b . 1 8 5 0 ; d. 1921*. Had 2 sons, 1 . — ; 2 . C l i f f o r d , b . 23 J a n I 8 8 7 . His o b i t . , mentions h i s w i f e , Lucy Pendleton, 1 son, 2 d a u s . , 7 g r d - c h i l d r e n , and 22 g r t - g r d . c h i l d r e n . E l b e r t L . , b . 13 Jan 1 8 5 7 ; 11* J u l y 1 8 7 7 . ( s e e No 1*5). d. A t c h i s o n , K a n s a s ,

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N o t e ; Susan E . B a r b e r & C h a r l e s D . Miner had a n o t h e r s o n . Prank B a r b e r Miner, b . 30 March I 8 8 3 . cont. 63

Generation

VI cont.

J o s e p h i ) . Barber & S a r a h W h i t e . , c h . ,

v i i i Horace P r a n k , b . 21* F e b . I 8 5 8 ; d . 3 F e b . 1900; M a r r i e d and s a i d t o h a v e had a dau. Donna, who m. Roger W i l c o x . Horace i s b u r . R i v e r b e n d Cem., W e s t e r l y , R . I . i x E l l e n W., b . 1 8 6 1 ; d. 12 J a n . I 8 8 3 .
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x Edwin J b . 20 P e b . 1 8 6 3 ; Rem. t o Kansas, ( s e e No 1*5). x i Mary R u s s e l l , b . Mar. 1866; d . 1 8 6 7 . x i i J o s e p h i n e , ( p o s s . ) . m. J o s e p h Royle of No. S t o n i n g t o n , C t . W e s t e r l y , R . I . , newspaper o b i t . , Joseph D. R o y l e , s / o Joseph Royle & J o s e p h i n e B a r b e r , b . 5 Nov. 1 8 9 2 ; d. 21 J a n 1 9 6 8 . , l e f t a wife I r e n e L o u i s e T a y l o r . , 1 son David E . , 2 d a u s . Gladys L . McGowan and S y l v i a R. W h i t f o r d , a l l of No. S t o n i n g t o n , Conn.

i v Dennison P e l e g B a r b e r , s / o J o s e p h D . Barber & S a r a h W h i t e . , b . N. S t o n i n g t o n , C t . , 12 Nov. 1 8 5 1 . D i s l i k i n g t h e name of he changed h i s name t o Thomas, and i s r e f e r r e d t o o f t e n as Tom B a r b e r . He d i e d Cummings, K a n . , 31 May l&3k* He m a r r i e d i n K a n s a s , L a u r a L . S p e c k , who d. 1 9 3 1 . T h e i r only d a u . , E l e a n o r ( N e l l i e ) , . , b . Cumraings, K a n . , 18 March 1881*. She i s l i v i n g i n 1 9 8 0 . E l e a n o r m. F r e d 0 . -Howard. T h e i r i s s u e ; F r e d G. Howard, d. 29 J u l y 1 9 5 9 . 1 Ruth E . 2 . H e l e n , and F r e d C. Howard, J r . ( I t was my p l e a s u r e t o c a l l on E l e a n o r and•• h e r f a m i l y , on my 1967 t r i p t o Kansas, t o m e e t ray unknown Kansas r e l a t i v e s I was t o l e a r n about t h e f i v e s o n s of, Joseph D. B a r b e r & S a r a h W h i t e , who had l e f t C o n n . , t o work f o r Uncle Moses B a r b e r . L a t e r Uncle Moses s o l d them a p i e c e of l a n d and t h e y i n t u r n became t h e t r u e Kansas p i o n e e r s from Conn.) (Compiler)• Nellie speaks of," this large house of 10 or 12 rooms, their numerous fireplaces, was built by my father Tom Barber, in 1881, three years before I was born in 1881*. In 1881, someone brought in a load of saplings, they were yellow pines. Tom Barber bought enough to line the front path from the house to the road. All standing in 1967. Nellie remembers a little later on, the stone mason, who came and added a rock porch to the front and east side of this house. The large b a m and a few smaller buildings were still standing in 1967. Tom Barber!s burial plot for his family is located in Mt. Vemon Cem., Atchison, Kansas. Truly, this 99 year old house and Yellow Pines are a tribute to Tom Barber, a Kansas farmer. ^ ^

I

Mrs. Nellie Howard S ervices Set For Monday
Mellie M. Howard, 95, Route 2, Cummings, died Friday evening at the Atchison Hoijpital shortly before midnight. Funeral services will be tomorrow at 2:30 p.m. at the Stamton Ghapel with the Rev. Job n Muncy, officiating. B urial will be at the Mount Vernon Cemetery. The family will receive friends tonight from 7-8:30 at the Stanton Chaipel. Sihe was born March 18, 1IJ8---1, at her present residence near Cummings, the daughter of Denison P. (Tom) Barber and Laura L. (Speck) Barber. She was the granddaughter of Captain Archemedies Speck of the Union Army who homesteaded in Kansas in the Hawthorne Community. She attended the Hawthorne schools and Midland College in Atchison, where she graduated with a degree in music under the Professor William Davies. She married Fred C. Howard of St. Joe Sept. 12, 1903 at her parents home. They resided in St. Joe for several years where her husband was a telegraph inspector for the Burlington Railroad. They later moved to her home near Cummings to join her father in the farm operations. Her husband died July 29, 1959. She continued to live on the farm which was operated by her son. Mrs. Howard enjoyed traveling and remembered an early trip to New York City where street cars were drawn by mules. She loved to be outdoors with her flowers and

^mr.y ,

^

*—a.

NELLIE M. HOWARD she enjoyed young people. She was a member of the First Christian Church and t,he What-So-Ever class of the church, Daughters of the American Revolution and she was a former member of Chapter J of the P.E.G. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Max (Ruth) Easter, Route 2, Cummings, and Mrs. Gerald (Helen) Domann, Leavenworth; one son, Fred C. Howard Jr., of the home; 11 grandchildren and 29 great grandchildren.

6^7

Generation

VI cont.

Joseph^D. B a r b e r 8c S a r a h W h i t e . , c h . ,

V C h a r l e s ' W h i t e B a r b e r , s / o J o s e p h D. Barber & S a r a h W h i t e . , B . No. S t o n i n g t o n , C t . , 10 J u l y 1 8 5 3 ; (G.S.) (1851*). d . Cummings, K a n . , 20 D e c . 1899; ra. Annie B r a d l e y , b . 1 3 5 9 ; d. 15?I*9; T h e i r i s s u e ; 1 J o s e p h L . , b . 1 8 8 5 ; d. I 9 6 0 ; m. F l o r e n c e A . , b . 1 8 8 8 ; d. 19Sks 1 known d a u . , M a d e l i n e , m a r r i e d C h a r l e s E m e s t Wilson. Their i s s u e . i L o v e l l a . , D a r r e l l . , G a r y . , C h a r l e s . , Harold and Z e t a .

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3 P r a n k C l i n t o n , b . Curnraings, K a n . , 28 A p r i l 1892; d. 1 9 D e c . 1 9 1 6 , A t c h i s o n , Kan. A c c i d e n t l y k i l l e d on t h e railroad. N o t e ; The C h a r l e s White B u r i a l p l o t i s i n Curnraings, Kans a s Cemetery.

v i E d w i n ' B a r b e r , s / o J o s e p h D. B a r b e r 8c S a r a h W h i t e , a l s o r e f e r r e d t o as Edward i n Kansas, was b . No. S t o n i n g t o n , C t . , 20 P e b . 1 8 6 3 ; d . K a n s a s , Aug. 1 9 2 9 , ae 66Y. ra. Peggy W Wood. They h a d a s o n J e s s e . He i s a Diaryman on t h e o u t s k i r t s of A t c h i s o n , Kansas.
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vii Elber-c L., s/o Joseph D. Barber & Sarah White, b. No. Stonington, Ct., 13 Jan. 1857; d. Atchison, Kansas, li* July 1877, in his 20 th year.

Note. The Wilson Family resides at 1226 Highland Atchison, Kan.

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VI S a n f o r d B a r b e r , s / o James J r , 8c E l i z a b e t h B a r b e r , b. S . Kingstown, R . I . , 19 S e p t . 1 8 2 5 ; d. t h e r e , 13 Aug. 1 8 6 2 . m. (1) S u s a n O.H. C l a r k ( e ) , D/o Joseph d a r k & Amy., S u s a n , was b . 11* June 1821*; d. 23 Aug. 1853I n f a n t dau. i s b u r . a t t h e f o o t of h e r grave a t Queens R i v e r Bapt Ch. Cem., S . k i n g s town, R . I . S a n f o r d B a r b e r , ra. ( 2 ) , a t S . K . , R . I . , 28 J a n 1856, E l i z a b e t h W e b s t e r , d/o E z e k i e l Webster 8c Abby L a r k i n . b . Richmond, R . I . , 21* June 1 8 2 8 ; d. 12 P e b . 1888. T h e i r issuefc i O r r i n Snow, b . 28 O c t . 1 8 5 6 . rem. t o Kansas. i i John W e b s t e r , b . 16 Nov. 1 8 5 8 . rera. t o K a n s a s . N a r r a g a n s e t t Weekly, d t d 21 Aug. 1862, (Micro film, at Westerly R . I . , Public Library).—* " A r e c r u i t frora S . K i n g s t o n , named S a n f o r d B a r b e r , committed s u i c i d e on Wed., l a s t ; , week by h a n g i n g . He had been s u b j e c t t o t u r n of a b e r r a t i o n and i s supposed t o have committed t h e a c t i n t h i s s t a t e of mind". — Faraily s t o r y by h i s son J o h n W., His f a t h e r had h a u l e d seaweed under a t e r r i f i c h e a t of t h e day ( o r d a y s ) , r e s u l t i n g i n s u n s t r o k e , b e i n g t h e r e a s o n f o r he ( S a n f o r d ) b e i n g of u p s e t m i n d . O r r i n 3 . , b . 1856 was 6 y r s o l d and John W. b . . 1 8 5 8 , was 1* y r x o l d . when t h e i r f a t h e r d i e d . P a r t o o l i t t l e i s known a b o u t E l i z a b e t h Webster B a r b e r , widowed i n 1862 and 2 s m a l l s o n s t o r a i s e . She i s s a i d t o have worked i n a f a c t o r y . J o h n W. Barber t o l d h i s c h i l d r e n , "My b r o t h e r O r r i n and I s t a r t e d t o work i n t h e f a c t o r y when I was about 12 y e a r s o l d . " . We a r e a w a r e , John & O r r i n went t o K a n s a s . He worked f o r h i s Uncle Moses Barber by 1880, he r e t u r n s t o Lebanon, Conn i n 1882 t o marry Amy A d e l a i d e B r i g g s , r e t u r n s t o Kansas, r e maing t h e r e t o r a i s e a f a m i l y . Census r e c o r d s t a k e n 10 J u n e 1 8 8 0 . , C e n t e r Township, Atchison, Kansas. E l i z a b e t h W. B a r b e r , age S*\ • , b . R . I . O r r i n S . , s o n , age 2 3 . , b . R . I . John W., s o n , age 2 1 . , b . R . I . cont 66

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Generation

VI cont;

E l i z a b e t h Webster B a r b e r ,

E l i z a b e t h W. B a r b e r d o e s n ' t seem t o have remained i n Kansas t o g r e a t a l e n g t h of t i m e I n o l d l e t t e r s j u s t r e c e n t l y f o u n d , i n t h e a t t i c e of John W. B a r b e r ' s o l d home t e l l us a l i t t l e how E l i z a b e t h l i v e d when she r e t u r n e d t o R . I . She e v i d e n t l y went t o Windham, C t . , a d j a c e n t t o Lebanon, C t . , t o c a r e f o r h e r aged p a r e n t s , E z e k i e l Webster & Abby Larkin. " ...Willie ( her brother William Webster), spoke of going to Kansas with rae when I go again and if he does he would like to work for you"... - So I can!t make up my mind what to do. So I want you to tell me what to do ".... Another letter dated May 188- " Mother is about the same, I am getting very tired, I have to help mother out of her chair so much.... I a a laraer than when I came home. r They have sold my house for a thousand dollars to Mr. William Wright and most of the money is in the grave. I have not heard frora Johnny lately" Another letter dated Oct. 13 1885 or 6. Dear Son and daughter. Mother has been dead two months, she died the 18th day of August. I got very tired before she died. Albert was here yesterday- I saw Dennison and his wife two years ago. Your Uncle Anthony wife died the 28th of August. How is Tom and Charles Barber and the John Vaughn family? I heard from Orrin 3 or k weeks ago. He was in Rice County but was going to leave soon for Ness County. Sanford Barber death is recorded at S. Ki., R.I., Bk 1.,p11. Elizabeth W. Barber, death is recorded at S.K., R.I., Bk1p6. and also at Windham Conn. She evidently died in Windham but is buried with her husband at Queens River Bapt Ch. cem. S. Kingstown, R.I.

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^ K Susannah B a r b e r , d / o Jaraes J r , ^ & E l i s a b e t t r B a r b e r ) , b. S . K i n g s t o n , H . I . , 19 J a n . 1 8 3 1 ; d. S t o n i n g t o n , C t . , 21 J a n 1 9 2 6 ; ( g . s . ) . ra. 25 Dec. 1 8 5 0 , John G i f f o r d Vaughan, ( s / o James T u m e r Vaughan, 1790-1873 of W. Greenwich, R . I . , ) b . E x e t e r , R . I . , 25 Mar. 1826; d. S t o n i n g t o n , C t . , 1 3 J a n . I887. ( g . s . ) . , Their issue, a l l b . Stonington, Ct. i JohnG., Jr., b . 1 7 May 1852; d. 1 9 2 1 ; m. Amelia . They had a dau. R u t h ; a boy 8c g i r l , d. young. Amelia, f o l l o w i n g h e r d i v . m / 1 , Mr. P a t t i n g e r . m/2, Mr. Vbbott. T h i s J o h n G . J r . , 8c family p r o b . i n Kansas ca 1880-1885. i i Mary, b . 12 Nov. 1 8 5 3 ; d. 20 Nov. 1889; ra. Winfred F r e n c h . i i i E l i z a b e t h , b . 12 June 1855; d. 1856. i v W a i t y , b . 20 Nov. 1856; d. Norwich, C t . , 2$ S e p t . 191*6/8; Noank m. William H. Cunningham. ' Conn' v Susannah S . , b . 15 Peb. 1 8 5 8 ; d. 15 May 1$ 1*1*; w. Mr. C h a s e . v i George W., b . 1 1 Nov. 1857; d. 5 Jun© 1920.
vii Lizzie, b . 2,1 Aug. 1 8 6 1 ; d . 9 J a n . 191*2. ra. H.L. Burdick.

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v i i i M a l e , t w i n , b . 8c d. 22 Mar. 1861*. i x F e m a l e , t w i n , b . & D. 22 Mar. 1861*. x C l a r e n c e M., b . 1 2 J u l y 1 8 6 5 ; d. 12 J a n . 1926. m. L i l l i a n Say dam. x i C l a r a L u l u , b . 3 Dec. 1868; d. 1 9 6 1 ; m. ca 1891*, ( 1 ) , Mr. C l o s e . M. ( 2 ) , Mr. Slocum. x i i R i c h a r d Waylo, b . 10 Oct. 1871*; d. 1926. unm. The John G i f f o r d Vaughan b u r i a l p l o t i s l o c a t e d i n R i v e r bend Cem., W e s t e r l y , R . I . , , q u i t e l a r g e , ca 16 g . s . Many of t h i s f a m i l y a r e i n t e r r e d t h e r e . 68 N o t e ; added i n f o 1 9 7 9 . "John Vaughan J r . , w i f e , A m e l i a . , and d a u . Ruth a r e i n A t c h i s o n , Kan. He l i v e d on t h e q u a r t e r s e c t i o n , w e s t of Ed. Hawtftornes, as Ruth use t o v i s i t h e r o f t e n and I knew h e r t o . (From an o l d l e t t e r of Uncle L e s l i e B a r b e r . )

Generation 1*5

VI Moses Hazard B a r b e r , s / o James JTT8C E l i z a b e t t r B a r b e r . , b . S . K i n g s t o n , R . I . , 22 A p r i l 1833; d. A t c h i s o n , K a n . , 3 J u l y 1896; m. 15 May 184,5, Mary J a n e Hubbard ( d / o C l a r k E . Hubbard & Rebecca ) , b . Roanoke County, V i r g i n i a , 7 May 181*5; d. A t c h i s o n , K a n . , 20 P e b . 1 9 2 ? . Their issue; 1 A b i g a i l (Abby), b . 9 J u l y 1 8 6 8 ; d. 13 June 1 9 2 1 ; m. Lewis Brayman, b . R . I . Abby B a r b e r Brayraan i s of Wickford, R . I . , when h e r f a t h e r d i e d . 2 . H e r b e r t J o n a t h a n , b . 11 A p r i l I 8 7 I ; d. 1* March 191*3; ra. 19 F e b . 1902, Eva W e r t z . She was b . 26 May I 8 7 8 ; d. 191*5. They h a d one c h i l d o n l y , Mary R i t a . Mary R i t a B a r b e r , b . A t c h i s o n , K a n . , 13 Aug. 1901*., m. Darner S . L e a h y , b . 1 3 S e p t . 1899; d. 30 S e p t . 1956. T h e i r 2 c h i l d r e n w e r e , R i c h a r d and Lawrence. The Moses H. B a r b e r f a m i l y B i b l e i s i n t h e p o s s e s s i o n of Mary R i t a (Barber) L e a h y . The family b u r i a l p l o t of t h i s f a r a i l y i s i n Mt Vemon, Cera., A t c h i s o n , Kan. N o t e ; The c o m p i l e r s 1976 t r i p t o Kansas made i t p o s s i b l e t o s e e t h e s e o l d V i c t o r i a n houses and v i s i t t h e v a r i o u s c e m e t e r i e s where t h e s e Barber f a r a i l i e s r e s t This n o t i c e was a newspaper c l i p p i n g t a k e n from t h e TIMES, a l e a d i n g newspaper of t h a t time i n l897» p r i n t e d e i t h e r i n Wickford o r W a k e f i e l d , R . I . (from Mary R i t a L e a h y , i n 1967) • cont 69

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Moses Hazard Barber,

Moses H. Barber, whose death was mentioned in the TIMES of July twenty-third, and who died near Atchison, Kansas, July second, was born at what is called Barber's mills in South Kingston, now called Glenrock, in a house taken down in 1867 and a new house erected on nearly the same ground by the late Daniel B. Rodman, and was his residence at the time of his death. He was the son of Jaraes Barber, Jr., and has one brother and two sisters living. Henry Barber, now living at Kingston., Mrs. Benjamin W. Brayman living near Usquepaug and Mrs. John Vaughn living in Westerly. Mr. Barber had five brothers and one sister who have departed this life, namely, William., Joseph Dennison., Alberts., Sanford., Elisha R.P., and Mary Barber. The Gardner S. Barber spoken of in the issue of July twenty-third was a son of Colonel Moses Barber and he was a brother of James Barber, the father of Moses H. end-

The following is taken frora "History of Atchison County". Herbert J. Barber. A man's standing in the community where he resides or transact his business affairs is usually gauged by his usefulness to society and his activities in behalf of the general good of his fellows. Such an individual is Herbert J. Barber, banker of Cummings, Kan. Mr. Barber is a native of the Sunflower State and is a son of one of the early pioneers. The story of Moses Barber, his father. Union veteran, Kansas pioneer, and one of the first successful fruit growers of Atchison county, is interesting and borders on the romantic to a considerable degree. Over fifty years ago, directly after his honorable discharge from the Union service of 8c at Leavenworth, Moses Barber set out on horseback to find a place for a home in Atchison county. He found the homestead and at the same time found a sweetheart who later became his wife and fought the good fight with him through the lean years and good ones until he attained the realization of his ambitions to obtain a competence. cont. 70

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Herbert J. Barber,

He became widely known as the "Apple King" of Kansas as a result of his remarkable success as a grower of apples, and cultivated what was in all probability the largest apple orchard in existence in the State of Kansas in his day. His son Herbert, has followed in his father's footsteps and is fast making a name for himself in the field of finance. Speaking in a biographical sense, Herbert J. Barber was born on the old homestead of his father in Mt. Pleasant township, 11 April 1871, a son of Moses and Mary (Hubbard) Barber, the former a native of Rhode Island and the latter a native of Virginia. Moses Barber was born in South Kingston, R.I., 22 April 1833* a son of James and Elizabeth Barber, natives of R.I., of colonial ancestry and English descent. A brother of Jaraes was Colonel Barber, who served in the War of 1812, and and the grandfather of Moses Barber was a Revolutionary soldier. Moses was reared to young manhood on his father's farm in Rhode Island, and then migrated westward to Illinois. After a residence of a few years in Illinois he carae to Kansas and was a resident of the State upon the outbreak of a rebellion of the Southern States. He enlisted in Company I, Second regiment, Kansas Cavalry, in 1861 and was soon promoted to ranking sergeant of his company. He served his country well and faithfully and took part in several hard fought engagements with his regiment, and received his honorable discharge at the end of the war at Leavenworth, Kan. After receiving his discharge from the service he set out on horseback in search of a homestead, riding the faithful cavalry horse which carried him through the strenuous days of the Civil War. His route led him in a northwesterly direction from Ft. Leavenworth through Atchison County. He stopped for sustenance and rest at a home of a family named Hubbard at; Parnell, Kan. Mr. Hubbard was pro-slavery and State rights man who had removed from the Southland in 1855 after two years in Missouri, a State rights advocate and although Mr. Barber, was his guest, they had frequent clashes over the troubles of the South and war incidents. cont. 71

Generation

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Herbert J. Barber.,

The bittemess of the great conflict had not yet been obliterated, and it was only natural that the Union veteran and State rights man should have disagreements. This was not all of their troubles, as time soon developed. Mr. Hubbard had an attractive daughter and thereby hangs a tale of romance. Mary Hubbard was the acrae of beauty in the eyes of young Barber and he purposely stayed around the neighborhood that he could be near Mary and do his courting despite the evident antipathy of father Hubbard In fact, Moses said later, "That was the reason I stayed there," The attraction between Moses and Mary grew into frienship, friendship ripened into love, and the son of the north and the daughter of the south were married. The parental opposition to this natural outcome of the meeting of two young souls who were evidently destined for each other was so great that a quiet marriage was necessary. Moses and Mary quietly departed one day and returned to the parental roof as man and wife. Mr and Mrs Hubbard soon afterwards decided to accept the Inevitable and become fond of their son-in-law. Mr. Hubbard soon afterwards went west to satisfy the gold fever which obsessed hira and Moses Barber settled down on his fatherin-laws farm which he purchased, thus beginning a highly successful career as an agriculturist. The first horae of him and his young wife was a little log cabin which formerly belonged to ihe Hubbards, but as prosperity came as a reward of years of careful husbandry, he erected a handsome farra residence of thirteen rooms which still stands on the place, built in 1882. Mr. Barber was one of the first men in Kansas to see the possibilities in fruit growing. He planted four or five acres of apple trees as a start, and his success with the first orchard was so gratifying that he immediately increased his apple orchards to sixty acres of bearing trees. He became known as the "Apple King of Kansas." While managing his imraense fruit orchard he did not neglect the other side of the farra work and cultivated successfully his large farm of 320 acres. In the early days he was a large cattle feeder and made large shipments to the stock markets s cont 72

Generation VI Herbert J. Barber., cont.

Moses Barber, married 15 May 1865 to Miss Mary Hubbard and this union was blessed with two children; Mrs. Abigail Brayman of Wickford, R.I., and Herbert J., with whom this review is directly concerned. Mr. Barber, departed this life, 3 July 1896 after having lived a long and useful life which was profitable as well as happy. Mrs. Mary (Hubbard) Barber, his surviving widow, was born 7 May 181*5, in Roanoke county, Virginia and was a daughter of Clark and Rebecca Hubbard, both of whom were born and reared in Virginia and came to Kansas in 1855* Mrs. Barber resides with her son, Herbert J., in Atchison, Kan. Herbert J. Barber attended the district school of his neighborhood in Mt. Pleasant township and later pursued a course in the Atchison Business College. After finishing his business course he returned to his father's farm and took charge of the fruit growing and general farming. Later he spent three years in Colorado in the employ of a Denver wholesale book and stationery house. In I89I* he retumed to the home farm and managed it until 1908. He then removed to Cummings, Kansas and assisted in the organization of the Cummings State Bank. He became the cashier of this institution and given evidence of decided financial and business ability of a high order of vocation. Besides his holdings of land in Colorado and western Kansas, he maintains his baning interest. He makes his residence at 1020 Santa Pe St., Atchison, Kansas. The marriage of H.J. Barber and Miss Eva Wertz took place Feruary 19 1902. ftfrs. Barber was born the 26th of May I878, in Pennsylvania and daughter of David & Eliza Wertz, both of whom were born and reared in the Keystone state. David Wertz was for many years a merchant at Parnell, Kan., is now living in retirement in that place. The mother of Mrs. Barber now deceased. Mr. Barber is a Republican. He. and his family affiliated with the Baptist church. He is a member of the Free and Accepted Masons, Washington lodge No. Ss of Atchison and Modern Woodmen of America. end.

Note; On the 3rd day of July I889., Moses H. Barber applied for Invalid Array Pension, which was granted and paid until his death in 1897. Following her husband's death, on the 3rd day of August 1897, Mary J. (Hubbard) Barber, applied for a widows pension, which was granted. She received $ 30.00 per month until her death, 20 Peb. 1927. Moses Barber is described, in his application for pension as- age, 28., height, 5 feet and 6 inches., complexion, fair., eyes. Hazel, Hair, brown. Enrolled as a Parmer.

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1*8 W i l l c o x A / i l c o x , (Lilllbridge^Susann_-h^Joseplrl_oses James , b . E x e t e r , R . I . , 2 March 1771*; <*• 25 S e p t . 181*0; m. 1 June 1 7 9 9 , P a t i e n c e T e f f t d / o Hezekiah T e f f t ) , b . 13 Aug. 1 7 7 7 ; d. 12 Nov. I8i*l** T h e i r i s s u e , b . E x e t e r , R . I . i S a r a h , b . 29 May. 1 7 9 9 ; ra. N a t h a n i e l G a l l u p , i i Alsey (.Vice), b . 8 A p r i l 1 8 0 1 ; m. Jeremiah F e n n e r . i i i Mary,- b . 26 S e p t . 1 8 0 3 . m. C h e s t e r G a l l u p , i v T e f f t L i l l i b r i d g e , b . 2 J a n . 1 8 0 5 ; ra. (1) D e l i v e r a n c e G r e e n , 17 F e b . I 8 2 5 . \ m. ( 2 ) , 28 Nov. 181*1* S a r a h W i n t e r b o t t o m . v vi vii viii m. ( 3 ) , 1 J u l y 1 8 7 1 , Lovancy A. T a y l o r . S u s a n , b . 22 March 1808; d. 23 Aug. 1809. J o s e p h P o t t e r , b . 1 1 S e p t . 1 8 1 0 ; m. S a r a h R u l i n g , P a t i e n c e Ann, b . 2 J u l y 1813; ra. C h a r l e s S t o n e , A l v i r a , b . 15 S e p t . 1816; m. Benjamin N. Healy.

N o t e ; W i l c o x / W i l l c o x B a r b e r ' s w i l l d t d . , 1* S e p t . 181*-., W i l l p r o v . , 22 P e b . 181*1*, E x e t e r , R . I . , V . R . , bk 11*. p 111*. A . G . B . , Vol 1*, p 2 6 .

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1*9 • Col Edward B a r b e r ( L i l l i b r i d g ^ S u s a n n a h ^ J o s e p h ^ M o s e s Jaraes ) , b . E x e t e r , R . I . , 1 7 J u l y 1779; d. 30 O c t . 181*7; m. 27 Nov. 1 8 0 0 , Phebe T i l l i n g h a s t d/o Thomas T i l l i n g h a s t ) , b . 23 A p r i l 1 7 8 0 ; d. 10 Dec. 1 8 6 7 . Their i s s u e ; 57 1 J o s e p h T . , b . 5 J a n . 1 8 0 1 / 2 ; m. Nancy James. i i M a r y - H i m e s . , b . 1 9 March 1801*; d. 27 J a n . 1889; ra. 1 0 P e b . 1 8 2 5 , Whitman Kenyon. 1802 - 1 8 8 8 . i i i S u s a n , b . 17 J a n . 1 8 0 6 ; d. 12 Nov. 1 8 5 5 ; m. 28 J a n . I 8 3 O , W i l l i a m H. Dye, b . 10 J a n . 1 8 0 2 ; d . 13 Nov. 1 8 5 5 ; Had Abby Ann, I 8 3 2 - 1866 and S u s a n M a r i a , I836 - 1 8 5 8 . i v A l i c e , b . 26 Nov. 1 8 0 6 ; d. 29 Nov. I89I*; ra. 20 S e p t . 1 8 2 9 , Benoni M a t t e s o n . 1798 - I 8 9 6 . They h a d Phebe, D o r c a s & E u n i c e . v R e b e c c a , b . 21 S e p t . 1 8 1 1 ; d. 19 J u n e 1881*; m. 9 O c t . I 8 3 6 , J o h n P h i l l i p s , b . 1 1 Nov. 1 8 0 8 ; d. 1 5 O c t . 1 8 9 1 . 58 v i Thomas T i l l i n g h a s t , b . 20 J u l y 1 8 1 3 . 59 vii Lillibridge, b , 31 Aug. 1815. 60 v i i i Edward, b . 3 Aug. 1 8 1 7 . i x Happy S a l l y , b . 27 O c t . 1819; d. 25 Aug. I 8 2 3 . x Hannah, b . 2 March 1 8 2 3 ; d. 1 2 March 1 9 — ; ra. 15 Nov. 181*2, P e l e g M a t t e s o n , b . 26 F e b . 1817; d . 27 J u l y 1901*. Had 2 s o n s . 61 x i Welcome, b . 22 J u l y I 8 2 5 . x i i Phebe C a r o l i n e , b . 3 S e p t . 1 8 3 0 ; d. 22 Jan 1837x i i i Anna James ( i*th b o r n ) , b . 25 O c t . 1 8 0 9 ; M . ( l ) , Benjarain K e n y o n , , d. Aug. 1 8 2 8 ; m . ( 2 ) , B r a d f o r d B l i v e n s / o W i l l i a m B l i v e n ) . b . 20 June 1 8 0 6 ; d. 3!L-May 1 8 8 5 . Had 1* c&. Edward B a r b e r , w i l l d t d , 23 J u l y 181*5. p r o v . 6 D e c . 181*7. H o p k l n t o n , R . I . , V i t . R e c , Bk. 8 p 21*. (A.G.B. Voll*, p . 2 l * . ) . The f a m i l y B u r i a l p l o t i s i n P i n e g r o v e Cem., Hope V a l l e y , R . I .

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SO UTathaS Barber( N a t h a n ^ , Benj arain^Moses 2 James ) , b . W e s t e r l y , R . I . , 1* May 1785; d . L o s t a t s e a , oa 27 A p r i l 1828; ra. W e s t e r l y , R . I . , 12 J a n . 1806, D o r c a s Babcock(D/o Nathan Babcock) B.May 1786; d . 21* S e p t . i 8 6 0 , ae 7l*y 5ra k&» T h e i r i s s u e ; n o t i n o r d e r . i A l b e r t D . , m. S t o n i n g t o n , C t . , 12 June 181*8, Eunice H a l l . i i S u s a n B . , b . 11 S e p t . l 8 l i * ; m. E l l e r y Nash. i i i N a t h a n , m. 181*2, S a r a h P r a n c e s D i c k e n s . , d. 22 Nov. 1 8 8 0 . (see o b i t ) . i v Mary, b . 29 O c t , 1 8 0 8 ; d. 3 S e p t . i 8 6 0 , ae 72; m. 29 J a n . I 8 3 2 , W i l l i ara York s / o James York & M a r t h a S a u n d e r s ) , b . 13 June 1 8 0 9 ; d. 2 P e b . 1 8 8 8 . Had 11 c h . (York G e n . , H i s t o r y of S t o n i n g t o n , C t . , by W h e e l e r . ) v Nancy, b . ca 1 8 0 6 / 7 ; d. 26 D e c . 1861*, ae S&7 6m. unm. v i C h a r l e s P . , b . — ; d. e a r l y ; m. C e l l i s t i n a ( — ) . Was a son C h a r l e s At C e l l i s t i n a , l a t e r ra. Mr. B i l l s . v i i Gaty Ann, d. 11* D e c . 1 8 2 0 . v i i i George H . S . , b . c a 1821*; d. b e f . I87I*; m. 1* P e b . 1850, P r a n c e s Maria H a l l . George H. S . B a r b e r l a t e r i n l i f e , a d o p t ed t h e name BARBOUR. He i s r e f e r r e d as s u c h i n W e s t e r l y , R . I . , V i t . R e c , Bk 6B. pl*38 ( A.G.B. New S e r i e s . Vol 1*. p . 21*.) i x C a r o l i n a P . , b . 2jjov - 1822; d . 15 O c t . 1895> ae 73y. N o t e ; W e s t e r l y , R . I . , P u b l i c L i b r a r y . , Micro f i l m , May 1 9 6 6 . Westerly Newspaper., " At A l b i o n , W i s e , S a r a h Prances D i c k e n s , d / o T r i s t a n D i c k e n s , b ca 1 8 2 3 , a t Pawcatuok, S t o n i n g t o n , C t . , d . 22 Nov. 1 8 8 0 . , w i f e of C a p t . Nathan B a r b e r l*th. They were m a r r i e d i n 181*2. Removed t o Wise i n 1 8 6 6 . Her age a t d e a t h "was 57 y e a r s , l e a v i n g a husband and 3 s o n s . "

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51 E l l e r y Barber (Matthew^BenJamin*" , Moses J a m e s ) , b. W e s t e r l y , R . I . , 181*1*; d. t h e r e 1921*; m. W e s t e r l y , R . I . , 1 3 D e c 1 8 8 8 , Fanny E m e l i n e H a l l d/o W i l l i a m D e n n i s o n H a l l , (I83O-I86O) and Anna L e w i s , I 8 3 8 - 1 9 1 2 . ) . F a n n y E . , b . Weste r l y , R . I . , Dec. 1 8 5 8 ; d. t h e r e 23 O c t . 1925* T h e i r i s s u e ; 77 i F a n n y N i n a , b . 20 S e p t . 1889; d. 19 March 1 9 7 9 ; m ( 1 ) 1913* John P e r r y Ingham. She m. ( 2 ) , R o b e r t P . C l a r k . By t h e f i r s t m a r r i a g e , s h e had 3 c h . i i M e r c i e Anna, b . 1 8 9 1 ; d. 1 9 1 8 . unm. ae 27 Y r s . i i i Rhoda Marion, b . 11 Nov. 1 8 9 5 ; d. 12 D e c . 1 9 7 1 - » • Donald Ferguson. Newspaper O b i t ; Fanny Nina B a r b e r Ingham C l a r k , f i 9 , a d i r e c t d e s c e n d a b t of t h e o r i g i n a l s e t t l e r s of W e s t e r l y , d i e d Monday n i g h t a t h e r home. Born i n W e s t e r l y R . I . , S e p t 20 1 8 8 9 , s h e was t h e e l d e s t d a u g h t e r of the l a t e E l l e r y & F a n n i e E H a l l B a r b e r . She was a member of C e n t r a l B a ^ p t i s t C h u r c h , C i r c l e one of t h e Women's S o c i e t y and a member of Rhode I s l a n d S o e , of Mayflower D e s c e n d a n t s , e i g h t h g e n e r a t i o n d i r e c t l i n e t o P i l g r i r a George S o u l e . Her s u r v i v o r s i n c l u d e a s o n , J o h n L e w i s I n g h a m ; two d a u g h t e r s . P r a n c e s M. Berube and M a b e l l e B u r b i n e ; a s t e p d a u g h t e r V i r g i n i a DeBragga; 12 g r a n d c h i l d r e n a n d 1 8 g r e a t grandchildren. Newapaper O b i t ; Mrs. Rhoda Marion B a r b e r F e r g u s o n , 7 6 , d a u g h t e r of E l l e r y And Annie H a l l B a r b e r , d. 12 D e c 1 9 7 1 ; S-be was b . W e s t e r l y , R . I . , 1 1 Nov. 1895; Her h u s b a n d D o n a l d M. F e r g u s o n , p r e d e c e a s e d h e r . She l e a v e s two s o n s , Donald o f D a l l a s T e x a s & F i n l e y of W e s t e r l y ; a d a u g h t e r M r s . P r a n c e s P a s e t t i a n d a s i s t e r , M r s . Nina C l a r k ; 8 g r a n d c h i l d r e n and 2 g r t - g r a n d c h i l d r e n .

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52 Thoraas Clarke B a r b e r (Moses^Moses^Sarauel'Tdoses James ) , b . E x e t e r , R . I . , 29 D e c . 1 7 9 8 ; d. t h e r e 25 O c t . I 8 7 2 , ae 7i*; •». S u s a n Congdon, b . c a 1801*; d. E x e t e r , R . I . , 6 Aug. 1893* ae 8 9 . Their issue; i Henry C l a r k , b . 23 May 1825; m. Hannah E . , b . 3 June 1828; d. 1 3 A p r i l 1851*, ae 25y 10m lOd. T h e i r i s s u e : a . C h a r l e s Henry, b . 181*8; d. 15 May i 8 6 0 . b . Mary A . , b . 1 1 May 1852; d. li* May 1891*, ae i*2y 3 d. m. Manfred.E. B a r b e r . i i C l a r k , b . 5 -Dec 1826; d. 6 F e b . 1893> ae 66y; ra. Almira Andrews, b . 2 June 1822; d. 6 S e p t . 1893* ae Tly. i i i Mary Ann, b . 1* March I 8 3 8 ; d. 13 D e c . 181*2, ae i*y 9ra. N o t e ; Most of t h e s e g r a v e s t o n e d a t e s were found many y e a r s a g o , when I v i s i t e d t h i s c e m e t e r y . H i s t . Cera., No 8, E x e t e r , R . I . Some g r a v e s unmarked and many f i e l d s t o n e s , a l s o the f o l l o w i n g : C h i l d r e n of D a n i e l C. B a r b e r & Araey S . C l a r k . , 1 W i l l i a m , d. 1* O c t . 1 8 5 3 . 20y 5ra 8d. 2 John E . , d. 30 Nov. 181*9, i y 3ra 23d. C h i l d r e n of E l e a z e r 1 A d e l i n e P . , d. 2 Lenora, d. 3 infant, d. Moses B a r b e r . , Mary C l a r k . , Edward B a r b e r , (compiler) • Bellows I85I*. 23 Aug. 20 O c t . & Lydia L B a r b e r . , 8y Ira li*d. 1851*. 2y. l85_*. age 90y age 8 l y . 28y.

d. 1 5 May 1 8 5 8 . d. 5 June 1851*. d. 1* March 181*5•

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John Webster B a r b e r ( Sanford^JameSpJr^fc E l i z a b e t h Jaraes^ W i l l i am-*Moses Jarae s )« b . S o u t h K i n g s t o n , R . I . , 16 Nov. 1 8 5 8 ; d. Kansas C i t y , Mo., 16 March 191*3* ra. Lebanon, C o n n . , 31 J a n 1882, Amy Adelaide B r i g g s , d/o C h a r l e s Wilcox B r i g g s (1813-1898) & D e l i a F r a n c e s G a g e r ( 1 8 2 2 - 1 9 0 8 ) . Araey was b . , L e b a n o n , Windham Co, Conn., 11* A p r i l 1 8 6 1 ; d. A t c h i s o n , K a n s a s , 11* D e c . 1938. T h e i r i s s u e , a l l b o m i n P a r n e l l , A t c h i s o n , Kan; 66 i F r e d e r i c S t a n t o n , b . 21 Jan 1 8 8 3 ; d. 20 April 1 9 6 3 . 67 i i L e s l i e Sanford, b . 13 P e b . 1 8 8 5 ; d. 31 Oct. 1966. 68 i i i H a r l e y Marion, b . 11 Aug. 1 8 8 7 ; d. 22 J a n . 1959; i v Mary E d i t h , b . 23 S e p t . 1 8 8 9 ; d. Deo. 1918; Was a n u r s e d . , during the influenza epedemic 69 v Amy L o u i s e , b . 7 Oct. 1 8 9 3 ; d . 20 Deo. 1968. 70 v i H e r b e r t Hazard, b . 26 A p r i l I 8 9 6 ; d. 15 S p e t 197571 v i i V i c t o r Warren, t w i n , b . 1 3 J a n . 1 9 0 0 ; d. Living 1980 72 v i i i Vera J a n e t s t w i n , b . 1 3 J a n . 1 9 0 0 ; d. L i v i n g 1980. 7 John'V/ebster B a r b e r , b . 16 Nov. I 8 5 8 and h i s b r o t h e r O r r i n Snow B a r b e r , were t h e s o n ' s of S a n f o r d B a r b e r & E l i z a b e t h W e b s t e r . J o h n W., was o n l y 1* y e a r s of a g e , h i s b r o t h e r , O r r i n . , 6 y r s of a g e , when t h e i r f a t h e r d i e d i n 1 8 6 2 . T h e i r mother E l i z a b e t h Webster d/o E z e k i e l Webster and Abby L a r k i n of Richmond, R . I . E z e k i e l W e b s t e r , n a t i v e of Richmond, R . I . , decided he would remove w i t h h i s f a m i l y t o Lebanon, Windham County, Conn., a r e a . a There he p u r c h a s e d a farm and r a i s e d h i s f a m i l y . E l i z a b e t h W. B a r b e r , f o l l o w i n g h.\&i h u s b a n d ' s d e a t h worked a t a t h r e a d f a c t o r y and by the time h e r s o n ' s John and O r r i n were a b o u t 12 y e a r s of a g e , t h e y a l s o worked i n t h i s same f a c t o r y . By o r about I 8 7 6 , John and O r r i n B a r b e r went t o Lebanon, C t . , t o work f o r t h e i r Uncle E z e k i e l . I t i s h e r e t h a t John B a r b e r l e a r n s t o farm and l e a r n the t r a d e of b u t c h e r i n g . By t h i s time Moses Hazard B a r b e r of S o u t h K i n g s t o n , R . I . , has a l r e a d y gone "West", ( s e e h i s p a g e ) . , f i n a l l y making h i s home i n A t c h i s o n , K a n s a s . At l e a s t f i v e o r s i x c o u s i n s of John B a r b e r h a s l e f t R . I . , t o go and work f o r Uncle Moses B a r b e r . Now John O r r i n B a r b e r f e e l t h e y t o must go w e s t . O r r i n Barber does n o t r e m a i n i n Kansas t o o l o n g . G r e e n e r p a s t u r e s ? . He removes t o Oklahoma, ( s e e h i s p a g e ) . John B a r b e r , i n d u s t r i o u s , c o n s i s t a n t and d e p e n d a b l e young man works d i l i g e n t l y f o r h i a Uncle Moses, who l a t e r s e l l s young John B a r b e r n a c r e s of l a n d , one m i l e s o u t h of h i s homestead. cont. 79

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John Webster B a r b e r . , cont. Because of t h e n e i g h b o r i n g farms of E z e k i e l Webster and C h a r l e s Wilcox B r i g g s , n e a r b y , t h e r e was one d a u g h t e r , Amy A d e l a i d e B r i g g s who met and became John W. B a r b e r ' s s w e e t h e a r t . By J a n . 1 8 8 2 . , J o h n B a r b e r has b u i l t a s o d house on h i s p i e c e of l a n d and a few o u t b u i l d i n g s i n K a n s a s . He r e t u r n s to Lebanon, C Conn., t o c l a i m h i s b r i d e and m a r r i e s h e r t h e r e on 31 J a n . 1 8 8 2 . Altho t h e i r wedding p i c t u r e was n o t i n c o l o r , i t i s s a i d , she had made h e r wedding d r e s s by h a n d , plum c o l o r and John wore a d a r k s u i t w i t h a r e d s i l k n e c k t i e . They r e t u r n e d t o Kansas by t r a i n . S i d e by s i d e , t h r u good and bad t i m e s , t h e y worked t h e farra, l i v e d o f f t h e l a n d and r a i s e d a faraily of e i g h t c h i l d r e n . The l a s t two were t w i n s . As time p r o g r e s s e d , a s t o n e house ( c a 1 9 0 0 ) , took t h e p l a c e of t h e sod h o u s e . , by 1 9 1 6 , "Dad remodeled t h e house, we ( t h e boys) Jacked t h e house a r o u n d a q u a r t e r of a t u r n , p u t i t on a new f o u n d a t i o n and added 8 f e e t t o t h e s o u t h s i d e . The old barn was framed w i t h wood p i n s and was n e v e r p a i n t e d " . (Family l e t t e r s i n 1967) I n 1 9 3 2 , John And Amy B a r b e r c e l e b r a t e d t h e i r 50th wedding a n n i v e r s a r y . S i x y e a r s l a t e r Amy, d i e d i n D e c . 193$* ae 77 Y r s . John B a r b e r , d i e d i n 191*3* age 85 Y r s . The John W, B a r b e r f a m i l y b u r i a l p l o t i s i n Round Mound Cera., A t c h i s o n , Kansas n o t f a r from t h e B a r b e r homestead. A l l of t h e g r a v e s have t h e i r own f l a t h e a d s t o n e s . I n t h e c e n t e r of t h i s p l o t , r e s t s a huge g r a n i t e b o u l d e r , t h a t came from the l a n d . Many a t i m e , t h e b l a d e of t h e plow l e f t i t s mark o n t h i s stome. John B a r b e r and t h e boys f i n a l l y g o t t h e b o u l d e r o u t and threw i t i n a d i t c h n e a r b y . When g r a n d m o t h e r B a r b e r d i e d , the s t o n e was t a k e n i n t o town. The f a c e of i t was p o l i s h e d and c u t - BARBERAs i t was i n t h e b e g i n n i n g and a t t h e e n d , , the r o c k of t h e l a n d and t h e s o i l of t h e l a n d , embrace them i n t h e i r f i n a l r e s t ing p l a c e i n t h e S t a t e of K a n s a s , he a d o p t e d and c a l l e d home. end. 8o

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J a s . | r ^ & E l J z . ^ , Jaraes^ William^ Moses Jaraes ) , b . South Kingston, R . I . , 28 Oct. 1856; d. Major Co., Okla., 1 A p r i l 1929; m. ca 1889, Ness Co., O k l a , , Samantha Jane Wright. She was b . Mercer Co., M i s s o u r i , 16 Peb. 1872; d. Hutchinson, Kan., 5 Aug. 1951. Their i s s u e . i E t h e l Mae, b . 11 June 1892; d. 3 Nov. 1966; m. Thomas Edward Snow, b . 3 Nov. 1886; d. Kingfisher Co., Okla., 19 S e p t . 1926. Their i s s u e ; a. Lee C a r l i s l e , b . Okla., 21 Aug. 1915 b . Roy F r a n c i s , b . Okla., 12 S e p t . 1917* c E d i t h Arnette, b . Texas, 2 Nov. 1919. d. Louis Sanford, b . Texas, 7 S e p t . 1921. i i Sanford David, b . 19 June or J a n . , 1895* <*• Los Angeles, •C a l , , 23 Nov. 1920. b u r . Hayden, Colorado. i i i Martin Wright, WWL., b . 23 Aug. 1896; d. 11 Oct. 195**i v E l i z a b e t h F l o r e n c e , b . 2 Peb. 1900. m. Mr. Shearer. v Sarah Alice, b . 7 Nov. 1902. m. Mr. Moon. v i Anna Phebe, b . 29 J a n . 1901*; d. Oct. 191*2; ra. Mr. Watson. Note; In 1965, Mrs. E t h e l Barber Snow, d/o Orrin S. Barber and Samantha Jane W r i g h t . , b . 1892 and d. J* Nov. 1966. She was recovering frora a s t r o k e and w r i t i n g was quite d i f f i c u l t f o r h e r . She wrote t h a t while r e s i d i n g i n Kansas and p r i o r t o h i s raarriage, her f a t h e r , d i s l i k i n g the name of SNOW, adopted SANFORD for h i s middle name. S t r a n g e l y enough, Ethel M. Barber, raarried Mr. Snow. Orrin S. Barber was a farmer but seemed always to be looking f o r a b e t t e r farm. Heiresided i n S a y r e , Okla., Cherokee, Okla., Ransora, Kansas and Hutchinson, Kan. When he died i n A p r i l 1929, he was buried beside h i s wife i n Hutchinson, Kan. However, he did provide and r a i s e a family of 6 c h i l d r e n , 1* g i r l s and 2 s o n ' s . One son serving h i s country i n World War 1. Perhaps one day, some old l e t t e r s w i l l be found in a shoe box, i n someone's a t t i c t h a t w i l l be e n l i g h t e n i n g to the faraily. (corapiler) g-_

51* Orrin'Snow Barber (Sanford

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55 Waity ' G e n e t t e Vaughan (Susannah J a r a e s ^ W i l l i a r a A t o s e s 2 J a m e s ) , b . S t o n i n g t o n , C o n n . , 20 Nov. 1856; d. Noank, Conn., 25 S e p t ; 191*6; m. 8 March 1 8 8 0 , William Herbert Cunningham ( s / o J a m e s Cunningham 8c E l i z a b e t h Knowles), b . West M y s t i c , C o n n . , 29 March 1 8 5 5 ; d. Noank, Conn., 2 Nov. 1929. T h e i r i s s u e , 8 t b . G e n ; i Maude W i n i f r e d , b . 19 P e b . l 8 8 l ; m. Charles T. Rehn, l 8 ? 9 191*1*; Maude d. Long Branch, N . J . , 1961*. i i Mabel S t a n t o n , b_ 17 Nov. 1 8 8 3 . twin, i i i Hugh Duncan, b . & d. 17 Nov. I 8 8 3 . t w i n . i v J e s s a V., b . 6 May 1889; d. 29 A p r i l 191*8. i i Mabel S t a n t o n ( a b o v e ) , b . Noank Conn., 17 Nov. 1 8 8 3 ; L i v i n g i n 1975* m« S p r i n g f i e l d , M a s s . , 29 Nov. 1 9 1 1 , M a r t i n V d n n i s o h . s / o M a r t i n Wennisch & E l i z a b e t h Poehraan), b . C i n c i n a t t i , O l a i o . , 18 June 1 8 7 5 ; d . F r e e p o r t , L . I . , 31 J u l y 1937* They had one s o n , Edward Joseph, b . 21 S e p t . 1 9 1 2 ; m. 16 May 19*1*2, Anne L o u i s e Schwab. N o t e ; The W i l l i a m H. Cunningham b u r i a l p l o t i s i n Noank V i X X a g e Cem. Also n e a r b y , a r e the f o l l o w i n g . C h a r l e s H. B a r b e r , b . 29 Dec. 181*9. d. 20 Nov. 1927 1 s t w i f e , L y d i a P . Ashbey, b . 26 Mar. 1862. d. ll* J a n . 1 8 9 S - . 2nd w i f e , E v a l i n a Latham, b . 29 D e c 1859. d. 26 D e c . 1 9 3 8 . Infant, no d a t e s .
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56 L i z z i e ^ V a u g h a n , ( s i s t e r of Waity, above), b . S t o n i n g t o n , C o n n . , 21 Aug. 1 8 6 1 ; ' d . W e s t e r l y , R . I . , 9 J a n . 191*2; ni.there 26 D e c . 1 8 8 1 , H e r b e r t L . Burdick s/o Lorenzo Burdick & T a c y L a n g w o r t h y ) , b . 7 Aug. 1852; d. 27 P e b . 1932. I s s u e ; i Harold Gifford, b . 8 April 1881*; d. 29 Jan 1951*; ra. 1 8 A p r i l 1907, E l i z a b e t h Arnold, ( d / o Henry 8c C a t h e r i n e A r n o l d ) . m.i2alSe£h, b . 15 June 1873; cl. 31 March 1967No i s s u e . 3 i i Rachael B . , b . 18 A p r i l I 8 8 7 .

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65 P a n n y 7 N i n a B a r b e r ( E l l e r y Matthew^Benj. P . ,^Ben J. C l o s e s 2 Jaraes 1 ) , b . W e s t e r l y , R . I . , 20 S e p t . 1889; d. t h e r e 19 March 1979; ra.(1), 1913* J o h n P e r r y Ingham ( s / o John Ingham & L u c i n d a Lewis) b . J a n . 1882; d. Aug 191*2. T h e i r i s s u e ; i Anna M a b e l l e , b . 1915* ra. Joseph B u r b i n e . i i P r a n c e s Marion, b . 1 9 1 7 ; m/1 Bourdan Babcock. m/2 George B e r u b e . i i i John L e w i s , b . 1922; m. L u c i l l e Norraan. F a n n y ' N i n a B a r b e r , ( a b o v e ) m.(2) R o b e r t p . C l a r k ( s / o Arnold C l a r k & C h r i s t i n e K i n g s l e y ) , b . P e b . 1888; d. Aug. 1951. No i s s u e . Fanny Nina B a r b e r (inghamQ C l a r k , 8 9 , d i e d l a s t evening a t h e r home, 192 Main S t . She was t h e wife of t h e l a t e John P e r r y Ingham and of t h e l a t e Robert F r a n k l i n C l a r k . She was born i n W e s t e r l y , 20 S e p t . 1 8 8 9 , e l d e s t d a u g h t e r of E l l e r y & F a n n i e E . ( H a l l ) B a r b e r . A d i r e c t d e s c e n d a n t of t h e o r i g i n a l s e t t l e r s of W e s t e r l y , John & Mary Babcock, she was b o m i n one of t h e B a r b e r homesteads 4n E a s t Avenue, now known as B u t t e r f l y E s t a t e s , where she r e s i d e d u n t i l h e r e a r l y t e e n s . With h e r f a m i l y ando.two s i s t e r s Mercie Anna B a r b e r & Rhonda F r a n c e s ( B a r b e r ) F e r g u s o n , a l l of whom a r e now deceased, h e r family moved t o t h e Lucy C a r p e n t e r house ( p r e s e n t l y ) known as t h e Hickok h o u s e a t t h e c o r n e r of Main & Beach S t r e e t s , u n t i l she raoved i n t o h e r new home n e x t d o o r . Mrs. C l a r k was b e s t known f o r h e r t a l e n t s as a s e a m s t r e s s . She l e a r n e d h e r t r a d e w i t h H a t t i e Barbour as a young g i r l and d i d sewing f o r many p r o m i n e n t f a r a i l i e s i n W e s t e r l y 8c Watch H i l l . A f t e r t h e d e a t h of h e r f i r s t husband she worked a t O r s c n i g o C o . , f o r Anne Hickox, i n t e r i o r d e c o r a t o r , and l a t e r f o r Edward Lucker, u p h o l s t e r e r . She was a member of t h e C e n t r a l B a p t i s t Church, C i r c l e One of t h e Women's S o c i e t y , The W e s t e r l y H i s t o r i c a l S o c i e t y and a r e g i s t e r e d member of t h e R . I . , S o c i e t y of Mayflower DescenDants through v i r t u e of an e s t a b l i s h e d e i g h t h g e n e r a t i o n d i r e c t l i n e to P i l g r i m George Soule. Sho i s survivedeTby a s o n , John Lewis Ingham of Pawcatuck, two daug h t e r s . P r a n c e s M. Berube of Dunn's c o r n e r s . , a s t e p - d a u g h t e r , V i r g i n i a DeBragga of M y s t i c , 12 g r a n d c h i l d r e n ; 18 g r e a t - g r a n d c h i l d r e n ; 3 n e i c e s and one nephew. The f u n e r a l s e r v i c e w i l l be conducted i n t h e Gaffney-Dolan F u n e r a l horae, 59 S p r u c e S t r e e t , T h u r s d a t a t 11 a.m. by Rev. F r e d e r i c k G a r d n e r , former p a s t o r of t h e C e n t r a l B a p t i s t Church. I n t e r m e n t w i l l be i n R i v e r Bend c e r a e t e r y . C a l l i n g h o u r s w i l l be h e l d tomorrow evening frora 7 t o 9 o ' c l o c k . W e s t e r l y R . I . , "The S u n " , March 20 1 9 7 9 . S 2 _. a

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Vll 57 J o s e p h 7 T . B a r b e r

(Edward^Lillibridge^Susannah^Joseph^Moses James ) , b . E x e t e r , R i . , 5 J a n . 1802; d. Humboldt, C a l . , 28 Aug. 1875; m. Nancy James, b . Richmond, R . I . , 9 J u l y 1808; d. G r a s s V a l l e y , C a l . , 17 June 1881*. T h e i r i s s u e , a l l b . H o p k l n t o n , R . I . 1 George P e r r y , b . 31 J a n . 1826; d. 9 J u l y 1850. ( P i n e Grove, Cem. i i C h a r l e s James, b . 10 Oot. 1827; m. E l l a F . H i l l on 27 Nov. 1867. i i i Phebe Ann, b . 25 March 1829; d. 25 Nov. 1852; ra. 22 Nov. 181*9, Burroughs B u r d i c k , M.D. i v Joseph L i l l i b r i d g e , b . 21* March 1 8 3 1 ; d. 11 May 1852 a t A c a p u l c o , Mexico, e n r o u t e by p a s s a g e on b o a t on way to C a l . He m. 8 P e b . 1852, Phebe Greene, d. 12 J a n . 1861*. v G a r d i n e r C l a r k e , b . li* P e b . I 8 3 3 ; m. 1 July 1867, Emraa p . Webber. vi Edward Thomas, b. 11 May 1839; m. 11 May 1868, Matilda L. Bernison. They had, William Bradbury., Annie Willena & Emraa P. vii Dorsas James, b. 7 Jan. 181*1; m. 17 Jan. 1858, William K. Spencer. He d. 30 D e c 1890. 58 Thomas'Tillinghast Barber, (brother of Joseph T. Barber( above) , b. Hopklnton, R.I., 20 July 1813; d. there, 21* D e c 1891. g.s. m. 10 July 181*3, Angeline P. Richmond, b. Pawtucket, R.I., 16 June 18.22; d. Hopklnton,R.I., 22 Jan 1893. g.s. Issue; 1 Marcie E., b. 1 Nov. 181*9; ra. 18 Nov. 1869, Joseph S.Aldrich, ii Maiy Elizabeth, b. 1 Aug. 1857; d. 13 Oct. 1857. * Note; Thomas ^Tillinghast Himes Barber, born as such but l%ter dropped "Himes", he was a carriage maker, furniture and coffin maker., founder of Barberville, Hope Valley, R.I., with his brother Edward Barber.

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59 L i l l i b r i d g e ' B a r b e r (Edward^ i l l i b r i d g e ^ u s a n n a h ^ Jos eptr*Moses Jaraes ) , b . Hopklnton, R . I . , 31 Aug. 1815; ra. 25 Dec. I836, Thankful L i l l i b r i d g e , d/o Araos L i l l i b r i d g e , b . Richraond, R . I . , 19 A p r i l 1611*; d. Chicago, 1 1 1 . , Oct. I 8 9 I . Their i s s u e . i 1 Albert Leander, b . 26 Nov. 1814*; d. 19 Sept. 181*9. i Phebe Ann, b . 10 Peb. I 8 3 8 ; d. Edgerton, W i s e , 1866. m. Nathan G. Twining. i i i Thoraas Hoxsie, b . 16 April 181*8; d. 17 S e p t . 181*9. i v C l a r r i s s a Adelaide, b . 13 J a n . 1851
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Edward'Barber (EdwardTiillibridge%usannah^Joseph-T-loses James ) , b . Hopklnton, R . I . , 3 Aug. 1817; d. there 6 Feb. 1905; ra. li* March 181*3, Susan Card; b . Richraond, R . I . , 25 S e p t . 1816; d. 27 Nov. 1898. Their i s s u e . i Lois Ann, b . 29 July 181*5; d. 11 S e p t . 181*5. i i Edward P e r r y , b . 28 July 181*7; d. 10 Sept 181*8. i i i d a u . , b . 18 June 181*9; d. 26 J u l y 181*9. i v Susan E l i z a b e t h , b . 16 July 1853; d. 22 March i 8 6 0 . Note; All of t h e s e c h i l d r e n died a t an early age, a l l buried a t Pine Grove Cem., Hope Valley R . I . , which accounts for the keen i n t e r e s t Edward Barber had f o r the care of the flowers and grounds i n t h i s ceraetery.

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61 Welcome Barber(Edwardn_jillibridge' 5 Susannah^"Joseph-Tloses James ) , b . 22 J u l y 1825; m. 3 May 181*7, P o l l y M a t t e s o n D/o Peleg M a t e s o n 8c Mary D a v i s ) , b . 1 6 Aug. 1822; Welcome & f a m i l y l e f t R . I . , 1851* rera. E d g e t o n , W i s e , s t a y e d u n t i l a b o u t 1 8 6 3 , went on t o Iowa and was t h e r e about ll* y e a r s . He t h e n rem. t o P o r t l a n d , Oregon, on t o S a n F r a n c i s c o - r e t u r n e d t o Wise a f t e r r e t i r i n g b u t because of t h e c o l d c l i m a t e he r e t u r n e d t o C a l . There were 7 c h i l d r e n . 1 Thomas E d i s o n , b . 1 2 M a r . 181*8; R e s . i n Oregon. i i Mary A l i c e , b . 15 P e b . 1850; R e s . S t a t e of Washington. ' i i i O r r e n Welcome, b . 8 June 1855* R e s . Washington. i v O r r a A l i d a , b . 9 S e p t . 1857; R e s . Oregon. v Anna F r a n c i s , b . 22 Aug. 1859; R e s . Oregon. v i Emma A n n e t t e , b . 18 June 1 8 6 1 ; R e s . Oregon. v i i S r a n k Lamont, b . 18 June 1866; R e s . Washington. 62. Henry C l a r k B a r b e r ( Thoraas C , C l o s e s Moses Samuel-^Moses Jaraes E x e t e r , R . I . , 23 May 1825; ra. ( 1 ) , Hannah E l i z a b e t h C l a r k e , b . 3 June 1 8 2 8 ; d. 13 A p r i l 1851*. T h e i r i s s u e ; i C h a r l e s H . , b . Nov. 181*8; d. 15 May i 8 6 0 , i i Mary A . , b . 11 May 1852; d. li* May l89i*, ae 1*2. She m. Manfred B a r b e r . H e n r y 7 C l a r k B a r b e r , m. ( 2 ) , b e t . 1851* - 1859, Amy L o u i s e Kenyon who d . 1 9 3 7 . They had 1 known s o n . i i i Charles^Henry b . ;26 March i 8 6 0 . N o t e ; Henry C l a r k B a r b e r and sorae of h i s family a r e i n t e r r e d i n H i s t . Cem. No -8, E x e t e r , R . I .

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66 F r e d e r i c S t a n t o n B a r b e r ( J o h n ' S a n f o r d James ^ Willia_nA.oses 2 Jaraes ) , b . A t c h i s o n , K a n . , 21 J a n . 1863; d. V i n e l a n d , N . J . , 20 A p r i l 1 9 6 3 ; b u r . B e v e r l y , N . J . , N a t i o n a l Cera.) m. ( 1 ) , W e s t e r l y , R . I . , 25 A p r i l 1 9 0 5 ; F l o r e n c e E t h e l Champlin (d/o George A. Champlin & S a r a h E . B l i v e n ) , b . W e s t e r l y , R . I . , 3 J u l y 1885; d. l i v i n g 1980. T h i s m. d i s s o l v e d by d i v . , 1912. I s s u e ; i E t h e l L o u i s e , b . 29 Oct. 1 9 0 5 ; d. 19 J a n . 1908. i i F l o r e n c e E l i z a b e t h , b . 23 May 1 9 0 7 . ( c o m p i l e r of t h i s Ms) i i i F r e d e r i c k E a r l e , b . 12 F e b . 1910; d. P a l , A l t o , C a l . , 23 March 1972. b u r . L i v e r m o r e , C a l . unra. F r e d e r i c S . B a r b e r , m ( 2 ) , (• ) h i s w i f e ; names and d a t e s unknown. She d i e d e a r l y , a f e m a l e c h i l d was r a i s e d by t h e w i f e ' s f a m i l y . P . S . B a r b e r , m. ( 3 ) , 7 June 1 9 1 8 , Mary Gertrude Macomber ( d / o Bowen B. Macomber 8c Mary Jane P a r t e l o ) , b . W e s t e r l y , R . I . , 19 Nov. 1890; d . W a t e r f o r d , C o n n . , 23 J u l y 19-1*8; b . Hopklnton, R . I . , Their i s s u e ; i v S t a n l e y Macoraber, b . Deo. 1 9 2 0 / 1 ; l i v i n g 1980. ra. G r e e c e , J u l i a ( — - ) . T h i s m. d i s s o l v e d by d i v . Some y e a r s l a t e r they r e m a r r i e d a g a i n . S t a n l e y M. B a r b e r s e r v e d i n W.W. 1 1 . R e s . i n W a t e r f o r d . Conn. No i s s u e . P . S . B a r b e r , m. (1*), P a l l R i v e r , M a s s . , 22 O c t . 191*8, Mrs. L i l l i a n Ranger Brown ( w i d . ) . d . Warwick, R . I . , O c t . 1 9 5 9 . F r e d e r i c S t a n t o n B a r b e r changed h i s name t o h i s own l i k i n g , he was o f t e n c a l l e d F r e d and l a t e r S t a n t o n . P . S . B a r b e r , J o i n e d t h e P e a c e t i m e Array a t Kansas C i t y , Mo. His o r d e r s were t o P o r t M a n s f i e l d , Watch H i l l , W e s t e r l y , R . I , where he raet h i s f i r s t w i f e , F l o r e n c e E t h e l Champlin. He was a c a r p e n t e r by t r a d e . At t h e t i m e of h i s 3rd raarriage, he removed t o W a t e r f o r d , Conn., and r e s i d e d t h e r e u n t i l t h e death of h i s wife i n 191*8. I n O c t . 191*8, Mr. B a r b e r m a r r i e d a g a i n , Mrs. L i l l i a n Ranger Brown. They r e s i d e d i n Warwick, RL, u n t i l h e r d e a t h i n 1 9 5 9 . He t h e n removed t o New J e r s e y and l i v e d t h e r e u n t i l h i s death i n 1963. cont. p.

G e n e r a t i o n V 111 Frederic Stanion Barber.,
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Frederic Stanton Barber, e n l i s t e d 22 May 1 9 0 3 , Kansas C i t y , Missouri., a s s i g n e d t o 8 8 t h C o . , U . S . Coast A r t i l l e r y . P i s o h . , 21 March 1906 a t P o r t M a n s f i e l d , Watch H i l l , W e s t e r l y , R . I . , as G o rpraan • He was a c c o r d e d a M i l i t a r y B u r i a l h e l d a t Beverly N a t i o n a l C e m e t e r y . , B e v e r l y , New J e r s e y . N o t e ; R e f e r e n c e carae from faraily l e t t e r s of h i s family i n A t c h i s o n , Kamsas: Mr and Mrs J o h n D a v i s , V i n e l a n d , N . J . : V i t . R e c , Rhode I s l a n d s , Conn., New J e r s e y . , Kansas and Washington, D.C.

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L e s l i e S a n f o r d B a r b e r ( John ' S a n f o r d ? Jaraes^ Jaraes M/filliairr Moses Jaraes ) , b . A t c h i s o n , K a n . , 13 P e b . 1885; d. Kansas C i t y , Mo., 31 O c t . 1 9 6 6 ; ra. ( 1 ) , Auburn, I n d . , 7 S e p t . 1910, Mayme Havens B u s s a r d ( d / o P r a n k I B u s s a r d & V i o l e t t a — ) , b . Warsaw, I n d . , 31 Aug. 1889; dX Kansas C i t y , M o . , 1* P e b . 1930; b u r . Atchison, Kan. Their issue; i Ruth Havens, b . 30 Aug. 1911. i i R o b e r t L e s l i e , b . 9 O c t . 1913. L e s l i e B a r b e r , m . ( 2 ) , Kansas C i t y , M o . , 15 March 1933* Hazel Mae Haynes ( d / o John W i l l i s Haynes & I d a S i n g e r of N . Y . ) , b . 3 D e c 1892; d. Kansas C i t y , Mo., i n t h e s p r i n g of 1978. no i s s u e . L e s l i e S . B a r b e r was t h e h i s t o r i a n of h i s Barber faraily. His s i s t e r Vera B a r b e r Van B u r e n a s s i s t e d c h i r a . He g a t h e r e d d a t a & m a t e r i a l on b o t h of h i s p a r e n t s l i n e of a l l i e d f a r a i l i e s , r e t u r n i n g t o t h e i r a n c e s t o r s of George S o u l e and Gov. W i l l i a m B r a d f o r d , b o t h p a s s e n g e r s of t h e "Mayflower". L a t e r , raany of h i s fami l y J o i n e d t h e D . A . R . , t h e i r Rev. War P a t r i o t , Jonathan B a r b e r , of E x e t e r , R . I . James^B a r b e r . , Jaraes-^Barber, J r . , a l s o s e r v e d ^ i n t h e Rev. War. S e v e r a l g e n e r a t i o n of B a r b e r ' s are mentioned i n S m i t h ' s M i l i t a r y L i s t of R . I . , men who s e r v e d i n a l l t h e Wars. F r e n c h 8c I n d i a n W a r . , War of 1 8 1 2 . , Rev. W a r . , C i v i l War., World Warl a n d - 1 1 . , Korea and V i e t Nam. L e s l i e B a r b e r r e t i r e d from Railway Mail S e r v i c e about 19*1*5- I n some of h i s r e t i r e m e n t y e a r s , he s e r v e d as Desk Clerk a t The Y.M.C.A. He w r o t e v a r i o u s about h i s b e l o v e d Kansas & M i s s o u r i , where h e had r e s i d e d a l l of h i s l i f e . Mr. B a r b e r d i e d i n Kansas C i t y , M c , a t t h e age of 8 1 . His b u r i a l t o o k p l a c e a t Round Mound Cem., A t c h i s o n , Kan., i n h i s parents burial plot.

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H a r l e y Marion B a r b e r ( John'Sanford!? Jaraes+James William^ Moses James ) , b . A t c h i s o n , K a n . , 11 Aug. 1887; d. Medical L a k e s , Spokane, Wash., 22 J a n . 1959; ra. 13 A p r i l 1910, L a u r a E d i t h P a t t o n ( d / o E r n e s t Lewis P a t t o n & Mary Rowena Randolph) b . Beverly, l a . , 3 A p r i l 1890; d. W e n a t c h e e , Wash., 30 O c t . 1965* They were b o t h cremated and t h e i r a s h e s r e t u r n e d t o A t c h i s o n , Kansas, i n The Barber family p l o t f o r b u r i a l . their issue. i E m e s t Warren, b . 2 D e c 1910. i i John H e r b e r t , b . 20 O c t . 1912. i i i Marion E d i t h , b . 1 Aug. 1911*. d. 6 Nov. 1922. iv C a r r i e M a r g u r e i t e , b . 3 Aug. 1 9 1 6 . v E l i z a b e t h L o u i s e , b . 3 J a n . 1918; d. 21 F e b . 1921. vi L a u r a E s t h e r , b . 6 March 1920; m. 21* June 1939, Raymond H. M i l l e r . No i s s u e . R e s . Huron, Kan. v i i Donald P a t t e n , b . 9 Aug. 1 9 2 1 . v i i i H a r l e y M. J r . , b . 27 Nov. 1922. Note; H a r l e y M. B a r b e r & h i s wife L a u r a E . P a t t o n , i n the e a r l y y e a r s of t h e i r raarriage l i v e d n e a r A t c h i s o n , Kansas. Two of t h e i r c h i l d r e n i i i Marion E d i t h , d. 1922 and v E l i z a b e t h L o u i s e , d. 1 9 2 1 . , a r e b u r i e d on t h e i r g r a n d p a r e n t s l o t a t Round Mound Cem., Atchison, Kansas.

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Generation V 111 Amy i i o u i s e B a r b e r ( J o h n Sanfordc.James- 3 Jaraes^William-^Moses James ) , b . A t c h i s o n , K a n . , .7 :0c*. 1893; d. P o r t l a n d , Oregon, 20 Dec. 1968; m. H u t c h i n s o n , K a n . , ca 1913, L l o y d M i l l e r M a r t i n . , b . 6 Nov. 1895* d. P o r t l a n d , Oregon, a f t . 1 9 6 8 . Their i s s u e . i V i r g i n i a , b . 11* Nov. 1 9 1 3 . i i D o r i s M i l l e r , b . 3 J u l y 1915. i i i Mary J a n e t t e , b . 3 D e c . 1918; ra. N o g a l e s , A r i z o n a . , Harvey Louis S c h a d c Their i s s u e ; i J a u n e t a , b . and d. a t b i r t h . i i J a n e t J e w e l l , b . 28 S e p t . 1 9 5 8 . 69 N o t e ; I t i s w i t h r e g r e t I have so l i t t l e t o w r i t e about t h i s f a r a i l y . Frora faraily l e t t e r s , I l e a r n e d t h a t Lloyd M. M a r t i n l i f e was a s s o c i a t e d w i t h music i n one form o r a n o t h e r .

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(John 7 Sanford 6 Jaraes^James i 4 Willia_n 3 M o s e 3 James ) , b . A t c h i s o n , K a n . , 26 A p r i l 1896; d. S t . J o s e p h , Mo., 15 S e p t . 1 9 7 5 ; ra. L e a v e n w o r t h , K a n . , 15 F e b . 1 9 1 9 , Addie E l l e n Bagby ( d / o B a s i l 8c Susan B a g b y ) , b . Skidraore, Mo., 1* A p r i l 1896; L i v i n g 1980. Their i s s u e . 1 i n f a n t , died e a r l y , i i H e r b e r t H. J r . , b . 28 J a n . 1 9 2 1 . i i i Arena L o u i s e , b . 29 Dec. 1 9 2 2 . i v Maxine E d i t h , b . 8 May 1927. A H e r b e r t H. B a r b e r , as a man, husband and f a t h e r and n e i g h b o r , was above r e p r o a c h , k i n d and b e n e v o l e n t . He was educated i n A t c h i s o n , K a n . , answered h i s c a l l of duty t o h i s c o u n t r y and s e r v e d i n World War 1 . H e r b e r t H. B a r b e r was d i s c h a r g e d from H e r b e r t Hazard B a r b e r t h e Army a t L e a v e n w o r t h , K a n . , where he i n 1919, raarried there

15 P e b . 1 1 t h . , . Addie E l l e n Bagby, a s c h o o l t e a c h e r . They were h o n o r e d by t h e i r c h i l d r e n , f a m i l y and f r i e n d s by a 5 o t h wedding a n n i v e r s a r y c e l e b r a t i o n on 15 F e b . 1 9 6 9 . H e r b e r t and Addie B a r b e r wore d e d i c a t e d members of t h e i r F i r s t B a p t i s t Church i n A t c h i s o n , Kan. T h e i r r e l i g i o n found e x p r e s s i o n n o t a-s much i n word, as i n k i n d a c t s and d e e d s . The y e a r s f o l l o w i n g h i s r e t i r e m e n t from t h e U . S . p o s t a l S e r v i c e , was s p e n t b e a u t e f y i n g h i s l a n d . The Persimmon t r e e . P i n e s ; S h r u b s ,
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M a g n o l i a and f l o w e r s of t h e s e a s o n as w e l l , t h a t b i t of t h e e a r t h frora h i s boyhood f a r m , a v e g e t a b l e g a r d e n . Another g o l d e n t h r e a d woven i n t o t h e t a p e s t r y of l i f e , i s a f i t t i n g e p i t a p h f o r H e r b e r t H. B a r b e r . Note; H e r b e r t H. B a r b e r , World War I . I n P r a n c e ; 102 nd I n f . D i v . , l a t e r t r a n s f e r r e d . S i g n a l D i v . of H d q u a r t e r s Co. 91

Barber R i t e s To Be Held Thursday. ( A t c h i s o n , Kansas Newspaper). H e r b e r t H. B a r b e r , 7 9 , 801 South F o u r t h s t r e e t , r e t i r e d stamp and c i v i l s e r v i c e c l e r k a t t h e A t c h i s o n p o s t o f f i c e , was dead on • a r r i v a l a t a S t . Joe h o s p i t a l y e s t e r d a y a f t e r n o o n . He was e n r o u t e t o S t . J o e , to see a d o c t o r when he s u f f e r e d u a n apparent h e a r t a t t a c k as t h e c a r was n e a r i n g S t . J o e . E r n e s t Wilson r e t i r e d p o s t a l employe, was d r i v e r of t h e o a r and Mrs. Barber was with him. They c a l l e d an ambulance and he was t a k e n on t o t h e hospital. F u n e r a l s e r v i c e s w i l l be h e l d Thursday a t 2 p.m. a t t h e S a w i n Dyer chapel w i t h the Rev. John W r i g h t , p a s t o r of the F i r s t B a p t i s t church, o f f i c i a t i n g . B u r i a l w i l l be i n t h e Effingham cemetery w i t h m i l i t a r y s e r v i c e s c o n d u c t e d by Fleming - J a c k s o n - S e e v e r P o s t , n o , 6 of the American L e g i o n . The f a m i l y w i l l r e c e i v e f r i e n d s from 7 t o 8:30 p.m. Wednesday a t the M o r t u a r y . They s u g g e s t memorials may be c o n t r i b u t i o n s t o t h e F i r s t B a p t i s t c h u r c h , and may be l e f t a t t h e m o r t u a r y . Mr. B a r b e r was b o r n A p r i l 26, 1896 a t t h e Barber farra on r o u t e 3, son of John W. and amy B r i g g s B a r b e r . He was g r a d u a t e d from t h e Effingham High s c h o o l and s e r v e d i n t h e Army during World War I . He and t h e forraer Addie Bagby were m a r r i e d P e b . 15 1919 a t Leavenworth, K a n s a s . He r e t i r e d i n 1 9 6 0 , a t t h e Atchison p o s t o f f i c e where he was employed f o r 33 y e a r s . He was a l o n g time a c t i v e memb e r of t h e F i r s t B a p t i s t church where h e was a deacpn e m e r i t u s , was a member of American L e g i o n P o s t No. 6 and of the N a t i o n a l A s s o c i a t i o n of R e t i r e d F e d e r a l E m p l o y e s . S u r v i v i n g a r e M r s . B a r b e r ; a son H e r b e r t (Bud) B a r b e r , J r . , V a l p a r a i s o , I n d ; two d a u g h t e r s , Mrs. Henry (Arena) Ober, LaMarque. Tex., and Mrs. Robert C. (Maxine) U l r i c h , W i t i c h a ; a b r o t h e r , V i c t o r Barber, Route 3 ; a s i s t e r , Mr. Ed. (Vera) Van Buren, Daytona Beach, F l a ; 10 g r a n d c h i l d r e n , and f i v e G r e a t - g r a n d c h i l d r e n . Three b r o t h e r s and two s i s t e r s p r e c e d e d him i n d e a t h . end 92

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V i c t o r Warren Barber( J o h n 7 S a n f o r d 6 J a r a e s 5 J a r a e s i V i l i i o 2 n 3 M o s e s 2 Jaraes ) , b . A t c h i s o n , K a n . , ( t w i n ) , 1J2 J a n . 1900; d. l i v i n g 1980; m. A t c h i s o n , K a n . , 17 Dec. 1930; B e s s i e B e a t r i c e Mayfield (d/o I s a a c Thoraas & B e s s i e C o r i n n a M a y f i e l d ) , b . Cummings, Kan., 12 June 1906; d. 7 J u l y 1 9 7 5 . T h e i r i s s u e ; i Mary Ann, b . 27 Aug. 1 9 3 2 . i i i Ruth D a r l e n e , b . 12 June 1935. i i David V i c t o r , b . 3 Nov. 1 9 3 3 . unm, i v J e r r y Warren, b . 5 S e p t . 1936. unm. v Betty J o . , b , 2 J a n . 1938; m. 21* May i 9 6 0 , Joseph H.Hibbs. m / 2 , 1967 W i l l a r d Gage, J r . No i s s u e of e i t h e r marriage, v i John J o s e p h , b . 2 P e b . 1939.
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Victor Barber Cemetery Research His Hobby. Victor Barber, route 3, likes to keep busy. Since his accumulating years in his legs won't let hira do all the work he has done so long around the homestead, he finds less strenous interests to keep him busy. One of these has been to research the history of Round Mound cemetery southwest of Atchison and to log all the genealogical information on all the headstones in it. In the process, he has almost become an encyclopedia of family tree information, including that of the Barber family, concerning those buried at Round Mound cemetery. He typed his gleanings, which covers eight legal size pages which he introduces with the-following; 1 ' 'Remember, men, as you pass by, as you are now so once was I; as I am now, so you must surely be.' One of the prettiest little cemeteries in this area is 'Round Mound.' About nine miles southwest of Atchison, it is situated on a prominent knoll, the roturidity of which gives it the name of It lies between Speck bridge and High bridge, just north of Kellv bridge and it overlooks the valleys of Stranger and Crooked creeks! The area is enclosed with a rack wall which was quarried and laid up by interested and willing hands. cont. '3
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generation V 111 Victor W, Barber, cont; ....A tract of land was, now is and has been for many years used .for cemetery purposes; Located in the southeast quarter of section four, township seven, range 20, it is described as follows; Beginning at a point nine and thirty seven one-hundredth chains north and seven and nine one-hundredth chains west of the southeast vomer of said southwest quarter, running thence north two hundred feet and thence west two hundred seventeen and one half feet and one half feet to the place of beginning. Also the perpetual use of the road as now located and graded as a means to and from said cemetery, and said ground for cemetery being about one acre, ( a chain is 66 ft). The earliest birth date of the more than 250 graves identified by inscriptions and inquiry is that of Benjamin A. Thompson, 1799-1861, born in the state of Virginia. In 1822, heraarriedNancy Baxter. Barber list the Thompson children and their descendants along with other family names familiar to and still present in Atchison area. The marriages of Benjamin and Nancy Thompson's children clue-in the local beginnings of raany current Atchison area residents. Victor Barber also has made a chart of Round Mound cemetery and one showing who is buried in each plot as well as the birth and death dates of that person, if available. Local families who have ancestors buried in Round Mound, or think they might have, have complete information at Barber's fingertips. What a boon for thera caught up in the current pursuit of family tree roots, branches and seedlings. end. Note; This article appeared in the leading newspaper of Atchison, Kansas •
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Vera J a n e t t e Barber (John'Sanford Jaraes^James\rilliara-T£oses o James ) , b . Atchison, K a n . , ( t w i n of Victor Barber ( a b o v e ) , 13 Jan. 1900; Living 1980; ra. Reno, Nevada, 16 J a n . 191*5* Edraund Van Buren ( s / o Charles Van Buren), b . Brooklyn, N.Y., 29 Nov. 1892. No i s s u e ; Edraund Van Buren, d. F l o r i d a , 1978. Note; The following a r t i c l e appeared i n 'The Herald^' a F l o r i d a newspaper, a few y e a r s before Vera B a r b e r ' s husband died. cont. 91*

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Mrs. Ed Van B u r e n Keeps Busy
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By ELIZABETH RHODES
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"My husband used to laugh when I said my hobby was sewing," says Mrs. Ed Van Buren, "But I think he believes me now." So do the Red Cross, the State Welfare Department and hundreds of foster children in Dade County. Since April, 1966, this short, bespectacled lady has evolved her favorite pastime into a constructive community service. She's made and donated almost 800, garments to foster children. Ant it's cost her $16. "It's surprising what you can do with a little piece of left over material," she says displaying tiny dresses, some barely bigger than a doll would wear.

thread, snaps and bias tape), goes into garments for twothree-and four-year-olds; . Trimmed with buttons, and an occasional velvet bow or piece of lace, the .multi-colored garments go to children who "come from broken homes, are wards of the court or whose parents can't take care of them for a short time. Often the clothes these children get are the best they've ever had," said Mrs. Van Buren with pride. "Welfare says that when the children have pretty clothes this gives them dignity." Using her . house trailer, 6307 NE Second Ave., as base for her one-woman clothing industry, Mrs. Van Buren sews about 25 hours a week. She uses the production line method (she cuts out several dresses at once, before putting the needle to any of them) and averages . two dresses per day. They are" made from two

basic patterns — a simple shift and a fitted waist with a gathered or pleated skirt.

she'll save fabric for as Ion* as a year until she has the right combination of quantity and color.

AFTER SHE finishes about 20 garments she calls the welfare department and t h e i r caseworkers match child with dress. Mrs. Van Buren, who has no children of her own, volunteered two years ago to work for the Red Cross which she worked for during World War 1. She spends two days a week, sewing for the organization, and it was through her work t h a t she became interested in foster children. "I've always wanted to work for others," she says. Five Red Cross friends also made children's clothes. Although she never has seen a child in one of her garments, Mrs. Van Buren carefully studies children's clothing for new ideas. And

SHE ALSO makes skirts and blouses, jackets, shirtu, sunsuits and shorts ("they're so easy; it only takes about half an hour to make them") and n-»wr throws away ? scrap of material, which makes her husband Ed, a retired photographer, sigh. Bui even the tiny scrapcome in handy because ' T m a schemer when it comes to using up cloth." •What the foster children don't get in clothes they get in toys, as do the patients at Children's Variety Hospital. Cloth chickens, pigs and dogs come from fabric that once was destined for the waslebasket. But not before Mrs. Van Buren has used every available inch to make one of her 800 dresses.

HER FABRI«p, donated by friends (she spent the $16 oh

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73 Rachael B . Vaughan ( L i z z i e ' S u s a n n a h James J a m a s ^ i l l i a m ^ Moses James ) , b . 18 A p r i l 188?; d. S p r i n g f i e l d , M a s s . , A p r i l 1972; m. Xk June 1 9 0 9 , A d e l b u r t G e e r ( s / o Prank & M a t t i e G e e r ) , b . S p r i n g f i e l d , M a s s . , 10 O c t . 1 8 8 2 ; d. p o s s . ca 2 y e a r s f o l l o w i n g h i s wife's death. Their i s s u e . i David Remington, b , 6 O c t . 1911* miru i i James Langworthy, b . 9 Nov. 1 9 1 5 ; m. 12 Nov. 19i\k> Ruth P u l l e r , b . 26 S e p t . 1 9 1 2 , They h a v e 2 s o n s , James and G l e n n . This f a m i l y r e s . S p r i n g f i e l d , Mass.
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7k C h a r l e s Henry B a r b e r (Henry C, T h o s . C, Moses^M-ises^jrauel^ Moses James ) , b. Richmond, R.I., 26 March i860; d. Burrillville, R.I., 1966, at the age of 106 years, m, Louise Briggs, who predeceased him. i daughter, who married John A. Hacking or Providence, R.I. ii Hattie Melissa, b. 27 Aug. 1895. iii Henry E? Henry E; B a r b e r , m . ( l ) C a r r i e T a r b o x ; T h e i r i s s u e . a . Howard C , now of W. Greenwich., R . I . M b . A r d i s W., " : " " c . C l a y t o n H., now d e c e a s e d . H e n r y l - B a r b e r , m . ( 2 ) Alice T u l l e y . T h e i r i s s u e . c . Martha, m. Eugene A r s e n a u l t . Have 2 ch. d. W a l t e r , s a i d t o have m a r r i e d and h a d 3 c h .
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Note. It is with Charles Henry Barber that the spelling of the name of Barber is changed to Barbour.

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Charles H. Barber, who died a t the age of 106 in Zambarano memorial h o s p i t a l was b u r i e d i n Knotty Oak Cemetery, Coventry, R . I , i n p r i v a t e funeral s e r v i c e s conducted by the Rev. Donald L . S h u l e r , pastor of the Fourth B a p t i s t Church. Mr. Barber a rugged farmer, had been a p a t i e n t at the h o s p i t a l for seven y e a r s . He t r a c e d h i s ancestry back to George S o u l e , a passenger of the Mayflower and the 35th signer of the Mayflower Compact i n 1620. He was born i n Richmond, R . I . , March 26, i860. His p a r e n t s , Henry C. and Amy Louisa Kenyon Barber, once owned Barber Pond i n S. Kingstown, R . I . , now s t a t e p r o p e r t y . ; After he r e t i r e d from farming, Mr. Barber, l i v e d for more t h a n 20 years with a daughter, Mrs. John A. Hacking of 193 S l a t e r Ave. A son Henry E. Barber of Brockton, died some years ago and M r s . Barber, the former Louise B r i g g s , died in 1937. Besides Mrs. Hacking, s u r v i v o r s include 10 grandchildren and great grandchildren.

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Westerly, R . I . , Sunday, March 27, 1966.

Mr. Barber I s 106 Years Old. Charles H. Barber, a n a t i v e of Richmond and perhaps Rhode I s l a n d ' s o l d e s t l i v i n g r e s i d e n t , c e l e b r a t e d h i s 106th b i r t h d a y y e s t e r day at the Dr. Zambarano Memorial Hospital in B u r r i l l i v i l l e . A man never drank o r smoked, Mr. Barber a t t r i b u t e s h i s l o n g l i f e to outdoor l i v i n g . A farmer f o r many y e a r s , he r e t i r e d as a .farm superintendent i n Dedham, M a s s . , i n 1925* and has been a p a t i e n t i n the h o s p i t a l , the p a s t seven y e a r s . Among the birthday cards received by Mr. Barber were c o n g r a t u l a t i o n s from P r e s i d e n t Johnson, Gov. Chafee and Congressman John E, Fogarty. I n the p a s t he has received greetings from p r e s i d e n t Dwight E. Eisenhower and the l a t e P r e s i d e n t John F . Kennedy.

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75 P l o r e n c e 9 E l i z a b e t h (Betty) Barber (Frederic 8 John 7 Sanford 6 James 5 James^William^osesBarnes ) , b . Westerly, R . I . , 23 May 1907; (Compiler of t h i s Ms); m. ( 1 ) , Stonington, Conn., 13 Nov. 1926, Irwin Prank Dawley (s/o Prank I s a a c Dawley 8c Carrie Evelina Brown), b . Stonington, Conn., 1 April 1907; d.. New London, Conn, 8 July 1958; bur. River Bend Cem., Westerly, R . I . Their i s s u e , i Avis E l i z a b e t h , b . Westerly, R . I . , 28 Oct. 1929. i i Irwin Prank, J r . , b . 2 June 1931. i i i Robert William, b . 25 Oct. 1938. Florence E. Barber, m. (2) New London, Conn., 6 May 1961, Joseph Henry Church ( s / o Rufus I r a Church & Susan L. B a r r e t t ) , b . New London, Conn, 26 Oct. 191J+; d. New London, Conn, 31 Dec. 1976. No i s s u e . Irwin P . Dawley. P r o j e c t i o n i s t Dies After Long I l l n e s s . Irwin P . Dawley, 51 » of 15^- Connecticut Ave, New London, C t . , died j u s t before midnight, l a s t night at the Lawrence Memorial H o s p i t a l , where he entered^ two weeks ago. Mr. Dawley was born i n Pawcatuck, Stonington, C t . , April 1 1907, the son of the l a t e Prank I . , and Carrie E, (Brown)Dawley. A r e s i d e n t of t h i s c i t y since 1930, he was a member of the New London Lodge of Elks and the I n t e r n a t i o n a l Alliance of t h e a t r i c a l Stage Employes and Motion P i c t u r e Machine Operators of the United S t a t e s and Canada. U n t i l h i s i l l n e s s he was employed as a p r o j e c t i o n i s t a t the Garde t h e a t r e . Surviving are h i s widow, Florence E.(Barber) Dawley, whom he married i n 1926; two sons, Irwin P . , J r . , of Waterford and Robert W., of t h i s c i t y a daughter, Mrs. Gerald Verkade of t h i s c i t y and four grandchildren. The Elks w i l l coniuot a l*»dge # r sorrow a t 7;kS p«a. at the funeral home. A f u n e r a l s e r v i c e w i l l be conducted at Byles Memorial Home F r i d a y a t 10:30 a.m. Interment w i l l be at River Bend cemetery. W e s t e r l y , R.I. July 8 1958. 99

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James^James^illianr* Moses James ) , b . K a n s a s C i t y , M o . , 30 A u g . 1 9 1 1 ; m/1 M a r i o S p i z z a r i . This m a r . d i s s o l v e d by d i v . R u t h H. B a r b e r , m / 2 K a n s a s C i t y , M o . 1 8 A p r i l 1 9 3 7 , A l b e r t H e n r y H o l t z . They a d o p t e d a s o n , W i l l i a m B a r b e r H o l t z , b . 16 J a n 191+6. Ruth H. B a r b e r , m / 3 , N o v . 1967* R i c h a r d D u d l e y . They r e s . i n W a r r e n s b u r g . Mo.
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76 R u t t r Havens B a r b e r ( L e s l i e J o h n ' S a n f o r d

77 R o b e r t L e s l i e B a r b e r ( L e s l i e ^ J o h n ^ S a n f o r d ^ J a m i s ^ J a m e s 1 * - Wm3 Moses James ) , b . K a n s a s C i t y , M o . , 9 O c t . 1 9 1 3 ; d. C a l . , c a 1 9 7 5 . *&. 2 2 J u n e 1 9 3 9 , L o l a L e e * B 1 a c k , b . 25 Nov. 1 9 1 1 . They h a d a d a u . J a n i c e L e e , b 25 A p r i l 191+1.
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78 E r n e s t W a r r e n B a e b e r ( H a r l e y J o h n ' S a n f o r d J a m e | ^ J a m e s ^ Wm^ Moses James ) , b. 2 Dec. 1 9 1 ^ m. 26 Oct. 1933* Dorothy Nell Raynard, b. 30 March 1913* Their issue 10th gen. i Warren Devol, b. Dec, 193U-; m. April 195*^* Jewel Clifton. They have, Michael D., b. 1959; Cindy Lee, b. 1957ii Jerry Dale, b. 1 April 1937; m. Dec. 1957* Delores Gallagher. They have., Peggy Lee, b. 1958 Dorothy Gail, b. 1957iii iv Baby girl, b. & d. 29 March 1939. Nellie Lou, b. Sept. 1 i - ; m. April 1955* Floyd Clifton. 9|0 Have, Floyd Wayne, b. 1956. Wesley Jean, b. 1958. baby boy, b. Sept. 1960.
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79 J o h n H e r b e r t B a r b e r ( H a r l e y J o h n ' S a n f o r d James +James JWm^ Moses James ) , b . 20 O c t . 1 9 1 2 ; m. 3 0 D e c . 1933* Lorene Chappell, b . 30 J u l y 1915» They h a v e . 1 0 t h gen. i H e r b e r t C l e v e l a n d , b . 8 O c t . 193*1-* m. 1 9 5 2 , G e o r g i a ( ) . Have 3 s o n s . Donald J . Lawrence K. D e n n i s R. i i E l l e n Jewel, b . 27 P e b . 1936; b . Lowell Thomas. Issue. D o n a l d W . , b . 1955 Lowell S . , b . 1956. Lorene Jewel 1957

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James N o r t o n , b . 30 S e p t . 1939; m. Connie Graves i n 1958. They h a v e . , James Norton,. 1 1 . b . 1959 S e t of t w i n s , 17 y e a r s l a t e r . Baby g i r l , b.&d. 191+0. John R o b e r t , b . 29 J u l y 191+2; m. Has 3 ch. M a r y ' E l i z a b e t h , b . 28 S e p t . 19kk* m. Has 2 d a u s . , S u s e t t e , b. April 1962. Mary, b . J a n . 1961+. Samuel Donald^ b . 26 S e p t . 1 9 5 2 . m. Has 2 s o n s . end..

80 C a r r i e ^ M a r g u r e i t e B a r b e r (Harley J o h n ' S a n f o r d James ^James^ Wm.3 Moses James ) , b. 3 Aug. 1916; m.(l), 7 Aug. 1936, James Westly Wilfong. (div.191+3). Their issue; i James, b . 1r£ Apgtl 1 9 3 7 ; m . , Has, James J r . , b 1962 and Becky J o e , b . 1967. i i L a u r i e N a d i n e , b . 21 P e b . 191+0; m. 5 S e p t . 1959, Dayle J o h n s o n . They h a v e , D a y l e , J r ; L a u r i e Lynn; and Brian. C a r r i e ^ M . B a r b e r , m. ( 2 ) , 21+ June 19i+l+, L e s t e r Paul G o s l i n , b . 10 P e b . 1910; d. 20 J a n . 1 9 6 9 . T h e i r i s s u e . i i i P a u l a J e a n , b . 17 J u l y 191+5; » . Thomas C a r p e n t e r . They h a v e , Kimberly Sue Thomas P . , J r . Edwin P a u l . i v E s t h e r J o y c e , b . 20 March 191+7* ™- David J . Dupont. They h a v e , K e r r i e Ann. J e a n n i e Marie Susanna J o y c e . V Karen S u e , b . 17 Dec. 191+8; m. Donald F r a n c i s G r e e n . They h a v e , Karen Prances McKenny (Quashmer), b . 9 May 1951v i Donna L o u i s e , b . 16 J u l y 1 9 5 2 ; m. ( 1 ) , S t e v e n McKenny; H a d . , S h e r r i Rene . Donna L o u i s e , m. (2) Mark A l l a n G a b r a l ; Issue Mark J r . , b . J u l y 1 9 7 1 . C h r i s t i a n , b . Aug. 1 9 7 2 . v i i L e s t e r P a u l J r . , b . 1 S e p t 1951+* * . 1 J a n . 1975* + G l o r i a Buhen. Have a s o n , J o h n , b . 29 A p r i l 1976. 10/

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81 Donald 9 Patton Barber (Harley John 7 Sanford 6 James|james^ Wm3 Moses James ) , b . 9 Aug. 1921; m. 1952, Zora W e l l s . Their issue i Donald 3 r d . , b . 13 April 1951+. i i P a t r i c k Neal, b . 11 S e p t . 1955. i i i Rhonda Jean, b . 23 Jan. 1957.
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82 Harley Marion Barber, J r . , b . 27 Nov. 1922; m. 13 Nov. 191+6, Dora Bell Andrews, b . 26 Dec. 1929. Their i s s u e . , i Harley M., 3rd.* b . 10 S e p t . 19kl* i i Lloyd Eugene, b , 3 Oct. 191+9. i i i P a t r i c i a Lee, b . 21 Dec. 1951. o Carrie M. B a r b e r . , also i n t e r e s t e d , , i n the ancestors of h e r f a t h e r s f a m i l y . . Following the death of her husband, she has put t o g e t h e r a"family t r e e " , f o r her family. I n 1977* C a r r i e M., decided a tour to the e a s t coast was in o r d e r , (ca 28 d a y s ) . She had l e f t Kansas and making stop-overs, she v i s i t e d i n V i r g i n i a , Washington, D . C , New York C i t y . , New London, C t . , and spending eight days w i t h me (compiler): On t o Boston, Mass., c r o s s i n g the n o r t h e r n p a r t of Mass., i n t o New York s t a t e . , Chicago, 1 1 1 . , S t . L o u i s , Mo. and her f i n a l d e s t i n a t i o n Kansas. The area i n and around South Kingstown, R . I . , proved most i n t e r e s t i n g to h e r , as t h i s was the area, her g r a n d f a t h e r , John Webster Barber and' h i s a n c e s t o r s had l i v e d .

9

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83 H e r b e r t 9 H a z a r d Barber ( H e r b e r t , S § , John 7 S anf o r d 6 James 5 James1* Williai_r*Mose3 James ) , b . A t c h i s o n , K a n . , 28 J a n . 1 9 2 1 ; m. A t c h i s o n , K a n . , 9 J u l y 19*1+3* Mary E l l a S h e l t o n ( d / o A l b e r t & Octie S h e l t o n ) , b . Bymen, T e x a s , 19 F e b . 1 9 2 5 . T h e i r i s s u e ; i J e f f r e y A l a n , b . Texas C i t y , T e x a s , 11 March 1950. unm. i i Andrew;^^<-iu__ue^ b . LaMarque, T e x a s . , 26 S e p t . 1953- unm. They r e s i d e i n V a l p a r a i s o , I n d i a n a . H e r b e r t H. B a r b e r , J r . , a t t e n d e d ' Y a l e 1 , New Haven, Conn: He a t t e n d e d U . S . Army O f f i c e r ' s School and s e r v e d as L t . , i n t h e Air Corp i n World War I I . The f o l l o w i n g a r t i c l e appeared i n Sept 6, 1978. A t c h i s o n , Kan, n e w s p a p e r .

H e r b e r t H. B a r b e r , J r . , son of Mrs. H e r b e r t H. B a r b e r , 801 South F o u r t h S t r e e t , r e c e n t l y c e l e b r a t e d 30 y e a r s of s e r v i c e w i t h S t a n d a r d O i l C o . , ( I n d i a n a ) a t S t a n d a r d ' s Amoco Research C e n t e r , N a p e r v i l l e , 1 1 1 . . , where he i s a r e s e a r c h chemist i n t h e a n a l y t i c a l r e s e a r c h and s e r v i c e s d i v i s i o n . A g r a d u a t e i n c h e m i s t r y of S t . B e n e d i c t ' s C o l l e g e (now B e n e d i c t i n e ) , he began h i s c a r e e r w i t h t h e company i n 191+8, a t Texas C i t y , T e x a s . Mr. B a r b e r and h i s wife Mary E l l a l i v e i n V a l p a r a i s o , I n d . They have two s o n ' s , J e f f r e y , Los G a t o s , C a l i f . , and Andrew, s t u dent of U n i v e r s i t y of Chicago Law S c h o o l . end. Mrs. Mary E. Barber, is in the School System, in Valparaiso, Indiana.

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8L . A r e n a ^ L o u i s e B a r b e r ( H e r b e r t J o h n ^ S a n f o r d J a m e s | j a m e s J W i l l i a m ) J+ Moses James ) , b . A t c h i s o n , K a n . , 2 9 D e c . 1 9 2 2 ; m. ( 1 ) Coy G e r a r d T r a m e i , b. 1920; ( d i v . ) 1951* d. l a t e r Conn;. I s s u e , 1 0 t h gen. i Stephen, b . O a k l a n d , C a l . , 26 P e b . 191+5* a*. J o a n n e W a t s o n . I s s u e ; a. P e t e r H e r b e r t . b. Sarah. c. Joel. i i C h a r l e s D o u g l a s , b . A t c h i s o n , K a n . , 19 O c t . 191+6; m. G a l v a s t o n , T e x . , 31 May 1 9 6 9 , L i n d a L o u i s e L i s b o n y ( d / o R o b e r t L e o n L i s b n y .Angela S a n c h e z ) , Charles D., iii
( ).

\

b . 1 8 O c t . 191+8.

No i s s u e ; m. 1971+, L a y n e b. 8

U . S . Navy 1 9 7 1 . b . Atchison, Kan., Oct. 1950;

James Norman,

Arena L . B a r b e r , m . ( 2 ) 28 March 1 9 5 2 , H e n r y J o h n O b e r , March 1 9 2 1 ; d . 1 9 7 9 , LaMarque T e x a s .
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James|jamesJWm3 Moses James ) , b . A t c h i s o n , K a n . , 8 May 1 9 2 7 ; m, t h e r e 1 2 J a n . 191+7, R o b e r t C h a r l e s U l r i c h ( s / o Max W. U l r i c h & J o s e p h i n e B r e u e r ) , b. A t c h i s o n , K a n . , 21 A p r i l 1 9 2 6 ; T h e i r i s s u e , 1 0 t h g e n . i R o b e r t Mark, b . W i c h i t a , K a n . , 1 9 J u n e 191+8; m. 15 Aug. 1975* E l l e n C. L i n d / o James 8c H e t t y L i n . , b . 1 S e p t . 191+6. i i B a r b a r a Ann, b . 1 7 A p r i l 1 9 5 1 * ™» 20 M a r c h 1 9 7 1 * L a r r y A l a n W i l l i s ( s / o C e c i l W i l l i s 8c B e r n i c e S e y l e r ) , b . 11+Peb. 1950; I s s u e . a. Shane Alan, b . 30 O c t . 1971 • b . Craig August, b . 1 3 May 1971+. Dennis C h a r l e s , b . 28 May 1 9 5 1 * m. 16 May 1973* T e r e s e P r i c e ( d / o E v e r e t t P r i c e & T i l l i d a Laymon) Issue. a. C h r i s t i n a M a r i e , b . & d. 2 J u l y 1 9 7 6 . b. Charles E v e r e t t , b . 2i+ J u n e 1979 ..r cont.

85 Maxine E d i t h B a r b e r ( H e r b e r t J o h n 7 S a n f o r d

iii

101+

Generation IX 9 Maxine B. Barber.,

cont.

i v P h i l l i p C a r l , b . 1 3 A p r i l 1 9 5 5 ; m. 27 S e p t . 1975* Helen Agnes Weklund (d^o Eugene Wekland & Gladys H e r r o n ) , b . 28 July 1958. Mar. d i s s o l v e d by d i v . F e b . 1 9 8 0 . I s s u e . a. P h i l i p Ray, b . 8 March 1976. b . C a r l Ryan, b . 11 S e p t . 1 9 7 7 . v David P a u l , b . 11 J u l y 1956; m. 15 June 1975* T e r e s a Ann W i l l i a m s ( d / o Donald W i l l i a m s & Marlon S m i t h ) , b . 25 P e b . 1 9 5 7 . N o t e ; C o r r e c t i o n on b i r t h p l a c e of 1 s t b . , Robert Mark. The 1 s t c h i l d b o r n . A t c h i s o n , Kan. The l a s t 1 b . W i c h i t a , Kan. + 2nd c o r r e c t i o n , , P h i l l i p C a r l , m. Helen A. Wecklund n o t Wekland. end.
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86 V i r g i n i a A d e l a i d e B a r b e r ( Amy John'Sanford^James^James?" W i l l i a a r M o s e s James ) , b . H u t c h i n s o n , K a n . , 11+ Nov. 1913* m. (1) San F r a n c i s c o , C a l . , 29 Aug. 1931+* W i l l i a m E l l i s R o d g e r s . ( d i v . 1 9 5 0 ) . I s s u e ; i D e l o r e s L o u i s e , b . 10 May 1937« •**• J o s e p h K e l l e r . i i S u s a n V i r g i n i a , b . 1 March 191+2. D e l o r e s & J o s e p h K e l l e r , have son Todd Joseph, b . 11+ S e p t 1958. i i i W i l l i a m M a r t i n , b . 23 S e p t . 191+6. V i r g i n i t A. B a r b e r , m(2) San Mateo, C a l . , 30 March 1951+* F r a n c i s T r o b r i d g e R e e v e s , b . 22 Nov. 1 9 0 7 .
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105

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IX

James^Jame|Villiam3 Moses James ) , b , W i c h i t a , K a n . , 3 . J u l y 1 9 1 5 ; m. S a n F r a n c i s c o , C a l . , 25 O c t . 1 9 3 6 , P a u l Eugene B u r n s , b . 22 May 1 9 1 3 * d . Reno, N e v a d a , 1 6 Aug. 1 91+1 . Issue. a. Martin Eugene, b . 1 3 O c t . 1 9 3 9 ; m . 27 F e b . 1 9 5 9 , G l o r i a Ann M e n d o z a , t h e y h a v e a d a u . P e n n y A n n , b . 27 Nov, 1 9 5 9 . 9 Doris Miller Barber, m. ( 2 ) R o b e r t E d w a r d L y t e r , b . 26 J u n e 1913. Their i s s u e . b. Linda, b . 21+ D e c . 191+6. c. Leiand Lloyd, b . 26 J u n e 1 9 5 0 . d. L a r r a i n e L o u i s e , b . 30 O c t . 1 9 5 5 •K-JHHH-r

87 D o r i s 9 M i l l e r B a r b e r (Amy J o h n ^ S a n f o r d

88 M a r y " J a n e t t e B a r b e r (Amy J o h n ' S a n f o r d b . San F r a n c i s c o , a. J a u n i t a , C a l . , 3 Dec. 1918; Issue. birth. b . 28 S e p t . 1 9 5 3 .

James' 3 J a m e s j \ r i l l i a m ^ Moses James ) , Arizona,

m, N o g a l e s ,

Harvey L o u i s S c h a d e . b. Janet Jewell,

b.& d. a t

89 Mary 9 Ann B a r b e r ( V i c t o r J o h n ' S a n f o r d

James^JamesgWilliam^ Moses James ) ,

b. Atchison, Kan., 27 Aug. 1932; m. 6 June 1951+* Cecil 0. Gripe, b. 25 Peb. 1935. Their issue 10th gen. b. 12 Nov. 1959 a. Cecilia Ann,

b. Cynthia Kay, b. 19 Dec. 1959. c. Christopher Alan, b. 8 Aug. 1962. d. Staci Michelle, b. 20 Aug. 1968.

1 0 6

Generation

IX

90 R u t h 9 D a r l e n e B a r b e r ( V i c t o r 8 J o h n 7 S a n f o r d 6 J a m e s 5 J a m e s ^ W i l l i a m 3 Moses James ) • b . A t c h i s o n , K a n . , 1 2 J u n e 1 9 3 5 ; m. t h e r e June 1953, E l i Duwaine Arnold, b . M u s c o t a h , K a n . , 18 Dec, 1 9 3 5 . T h e i r i s s u e 1 0 t h g e n . a . E l i D u w a i n e , b . 25 F e b . 1 9 5 5 . b . Pamela Sue, b . 20 May 1956. c. Daniel Lee, b . 7 J a n . 1958, d . R e b e c c a J e a n , b . 26 June 1 9 5 9 . e . Yvonne D e n i s e , b . 23 Nov. i 9 6 0 . f. N a t h a n V i c t o r , b . 7 Jan. 1965, Note; The f i r s t 1+ c h . , b . A t c h i s o n , Kan. The l a s t 2 c h . , b . S a n t a M a r i a , C a l .

91 John J o s e p h B a r b e r ( V i c t o r John'Sanford b . Atchison, Kan., C a l . , 19 Aug. 1 9 6 1 . a . D e b r a Kay, 2 P e b . 1939;

James^Jame^Till:j.a_-r Moses James ) , b . Oxnard

m. Karen Ann M i l l e r ,

T h e i r issue l o t h gen. b . 19 June 1 9 6 2 .

b . J o h n W e b s t e r , b . 21+ D e c . 1 9 6 3 . c . D a v i d W a r r e n , b . 22 J u l y 1 9 6 9 .

107

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X Elizabeth

Dawley(Elizabeth9Prederic8John7SanfQrd6James^ J a m e s ^ W i l l i a m ^ o s e s James ) , b . W e s t e r l y , R . I . , 28 O c t . 1 9 2 9 ; m. New L o n d o n , C o n n . , 28 A u g . 191+8, G e r a l d H. V e r k a d e ( s / o H e n d r i k V e r k a d e & P l o u r i n e B r o u w e r ) b . New L o n d o n , C o n n . , 21 J u n e 1 9 2 7 . Their issue 11th gen. i Ronald G., b . New L o n d o n , C o n n . , 6 J a n . 1 9 5 0 ; m. E a s t Lyme, C o n n . , 6 A p r i l 1 9 6 9 , D e b r a M e a d n i s . Had a d a u . R o b i n Lynette, b . 6 A p r i l 1970. (mar. d i s s o l v e d by d i v . 1971. R o n a l d V e r k a d e s e r v e d i n U . S . A r m e d s e r v i c e i n V i e t Namm a n d Germany. i i Donna L e e , b . New L o n d o n , C o n n . , 1 9 D e c . 1951* » • N©w L o n d o n , C o n n . , 20 J u n e 1 9 7 0 * Thomas J o s e p h Z i e z i u l e w i c z ( s / o S t a n l e y -5c L u c y Z i e z i u l e w i c z ) , b . New B r i t i a n , C o n n . , 26 J u l y 191+8. Their issue; 11th gen. a. Thomas J o s e p h , J r . , b . 23 May 1 9 7 1 . New L o n d o n , C o n n . b . Angela Marie, b . 30 O c t . 1971+. P a i r b o r n , O h i o . c . Adam M i c h a e l , b. N o v . 1 9 7 9 , Bowie, Md. Thomas J . Z i e z i u l e w i c z , S r . , Coast Guard S e r v i c e . Res. Bowie, Md., 1 9 8 0 . iii Kathy Marie, b . New L o n d o n , C o n n . , 1 7 Nov. 1 9 5 3 ; b . 27 J u l y 191+9. Their issue; «h New L o n d o n , C o n n . , 8 A p r i l 1 9 7 1 * P a u l E a r l E r o ( s / o Mr. & M r s . E r o of M c K e e s p o r t , P a ) , a. P a u l E . , J r . b . B r e m e r t o n , W a s h . , 1 1 May 1 9 7 2 . b . P h i l i p A l l e n , b . G o o s e C r e e k , S o . C a r o l i n a , 15 P e b . 1971+. P a u l E . Ero f a m i l y , r e s . S u m m e r v i l l e , So. C a r o l i n a . 1980.

108

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X

Prank Dawley, J r . , ( E l i z a b e t h 9 P r e d e r i c John^Sanf o r d James James^William^Moses James ) , b . W e s t e r l y , R . I . , 2 June 1931; m . ( l ) G r o t o n , C o n n . , F e b . 1951* Jeanne Jones ( a d o p . d / o Samuel Jones & Hazel D u m b r o i s e ) , b . 1931* (div.1961.) Issue; i David I.rwin, b . New London, Conn., 16 May 1 9 5 3 ; m* Old M y s t i c , G r o t o n , C o n n . , 16 June 1979* F r a n c e s c a S i m o l i n . I r w i n F . Dawley, J r . , m.(2) New London, Conn., l 5 S e p t . , 1963* S h i r l e y Ann H e b e r l e ( d / o Edward C h a r l e s Hobeple & F r a n c e s E l i z a b e t h Mosher) b . E r i e , P a . , 2 March 1 9 3 0 . No I s s u e . Norwich B u l l e t i n Newspaper, 1 9 7 1 . New London - C a p t a i n I r w i n P . Dawley of 17 McKenzie R d . , Waterf o r d , supply and l o g i s t i c s o f f i c e r , has been promoted t o t h e r a n k of Major and a p p o i n t e d t o the p o s i t i o n of o p e r a t i o n s and t r a i n i n g o f f i c e r w i t h t h e 192nd Engineer B a t t a l i o n Conn., Army N a t i o n a l g u a r d of New L o n d o n . I n c i v i l i a n l i f e , he i s a s e n i o r d e s i g n e r i n t h e N u c l e a r E l e c t r i c a l Design D e p t . , of E l e c t r i c Boat D i v . , of G e n e r a l Dynamics a t G r o t o n , Conn. A n a t i v e of W e s t e r l y , R . I . , Major Dawley was g r a d u a t e d from Chapman T e c h n i c a l S c h o o l of New London i n 191+9. His m i l i t a r y e d u c a t i o n i n c l u d e s advanced s t u d y i n A i r Defense a t F o r t B l i s s , T e x a s ; O f f i c e r C a r e e r Course of E n g i n e e r i n g a t P o r t B e l v o i r , Va; he has j u s t r e t u m e d from s u c c e s s f u l l y c o m p l e t i n g t h e C i v i l D i s t u r b a n c e O r i e n t a t i o n Course a t P o r t Gordon, Ga. P o r h i s a c t i v e duty m i l i t a r y s e r v i c e , he was awarded t h e K o r e a n Conf l i c t medal. The N a t i o n a l Defense S e r v i c e Medal and r e c e n t l y t h e 20 y e a r Long S e r v i c e Medal. A f t e r he was commissioned through t h e Conn., Army N a t i o n a l Guard O f f i c e r C a n d i d a t e School i n 1957* he s e r v e d w i t h B a t t e r y A . , 71+5 Anti A i r c r a f t A r t i l l e r y B a t t a l i o n i n New L o n d o n . In I 9 6 0 he was t r a n s f e r r e d t o Westbrook where he became commaning o f f i c e r and e a r n e d t h e rank of L i e u t e n a n t ; Promoted t o C a p t a i n i n 1961+, Major Dawley was r e a s s i g n e d t o t h e p o s i t i o n of a s s i s t a n t e n g i n e e r i n g o f f i c e r w i t h New Haven's 208th E n g . , g r o u p . cont. 109

Generation Irwin

X

P . Dawley,Jr.

cont.

• I , ; , _ L ? n s a c t i v e i n civic l i f e . Major Dawley has held various a d m i n i s t r a t i v e offices i n Scouting, and is presently associate advisor for Explorer Post 571* which includes the e n t i r e New London a r e a . He i s a member of the New London Elks Lodge and John Coleman Prince Post, American Legion.. The son of Florence B. (Dawley) Church of New London and the l a t e I r w i n P . Dawley, S r . , Major Dawley i s married to the former S h i r l e y Heberle of E r i e , P a . , and they have one son, who w i l l enter the University of Connecticut t h i s f a l l in the Reserved Officers Training program. end.

New London Day, Newspaper, June 18 1979. Army First,Lieutenants Francesca Manguerra Simolin of Port Ord, Calif., and Lt. David Irwin Dawley of Fort Belvoir, Va., were united in marriage at 11 a.m. June 16 at the Old Mystic Baptist Church. The Rev. Merle E.Spring, pastor, officiated. The bridegroom is the son and stepson of Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Dawley of Patricia Avenue, North Stonington. Miss Luwane Zimmer of North Stonington was maid of honor. William Colopoulos Jr. of Waterford was best man. Miss Theresa Lynn Simolin and Miss Lailani Jo Simolin, daughters of Mr and Mrs. Lawrence Simolin of Fort Ord were ring bearer and flower girl. Ralph D. Briggs Jr. of Waterford, retired National Guard general, gave the bride in marriage. After a reception at the Dawley home in North Stonington, the couple left for a trip to Cape Cod, Mass. They will live in Hannau, Germany, where the bridegroom is in the Army Engineer Corps. The bride was graduated from Holy Angel Academy in the Philippine Islands in 1963 and the State University of New York at Buffalo. She is in the Army Nurse Corps. Her husband was graduated from Waterford High School in 1971 and the University of Connecticut in Storrs in 1975tt»mt«im

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91+ R c b e r t

William Dawley ( E l i z a b e t h 9 P r e d e r i c John 7 Sanford 6 James^ James^Willian-r Moses James ) , b . New London, C o n n . , 25 O c t . 1 9 3 8 ; m. U n c a s v i l l e , Conn., 6 S e p t . 1958, R i t a Ann DiNardo ( d / o John 8c Mary DiNardo), b . H a r t f o r d , Conn., 15 O c t . 1936; T h e i r i s s u e ; b . N. London,Ct i William Prank, b . 27 S e p t . 1 9 5 9 . i i Keith Stephen, b . 15 O c t . I 9 6 0 ; m. New London, C t , , 25 August 1 9 7 9 , L a u r a Barnes ( d / o R o b e r t B a r n e s ) . Have a son K e i t h S t e p h e n 1 1 . i i i S c o t t Thomas, b . 1 July 1962. i v P a t r i c k Shawn, b . 29 March 1961+. v Robin M a r i e , b . 6 Sept. 1965. v i Wes J o s e p h , b . 17 Dec. 1 9 6 8 . RoberfH/. Dawley, r e c e i v e d h i s s c h o o l i n g i n New London, C o n n . , where he g r a t u a t e d from New London High i n 1956; He s e r v e d 9 y e a r s i n t h e C o n n e c t i c u t N a t i o n a l G u a r d . , 2l+7th E n g i n e e r i n g C o . , Westbrook, and 71+5th A . A . B a t t . , New London, b o t h i n Conn. F o l l o w i n g g r a d u a t i o n and b e i n g an o u t d o o r p e r s o n , he was employed a t V e r k a d e ' s N u r s e r y , I n c . where he where he worked a n d l e a r n e d a l l p h a s e s of N u r s e r e r y work. Mr. Dawley (1980) i s S u p t . , of Grounds a t C o n n e c t i c u t C o l l e g e , New London, Conn; He i s a l s o a member of t h e N a t i o n a l S o c i e t y of t h e Sons of t h e American R e v o l u t i o n .

Ill

INDEX ABBOT Mr. ( )., 68 ADAMS Benjamin T., 35 Esther, 22a Johnson, 22a ALBRO
Barberry, 12, D o r c a s , 61 ALDRICH J o s e p h H . , 83 ALEXANDER S a r a h , 13 ALLEN E d w a r d L . , 1+6 H a r o l d E . , 1+6 Raymond K . , 1+6 ANDREWS 27

Almira, 78 Dora B., 102 ANTHONY Elizabeth, 9 ARNOLD Benedict, 5 Caleb, 1 + Catherine, 82 Daniel L., 107 Eli D., 107 Elizabeth, 82 Henry, 82 Nathan V., 107 Pamela S ., 107 Preston A., 1+7* SkRebecca J., 107 Yvonne D,, 107 ASHBY Lydia P., 82 AUSTIN Lottie A., 5&-1 Lucy A., 35, 58

BABCOCK Ann, 1+2 Asa, 27 Bourdon, 82a Cpt. ( ) , 25 Dorcas, 51* 76 Eunice, 50 Henry, 53* John, 22a Joseph, 50 Mary, 22a Natnan, 51* 76 Rhoda, 53 Samuel, 26 Stephen, SS Susan, 29 Thankful, 26 BAGBY Addie E., 91, 92 Basil, 91 Susan, 91 BAHL Linda, 1 5 + BAILEY Richard Jr., 10 BAKER Amy, 22a Elcctra, 22a Elizabeth K., 26-1, 26-3 Henry C , 26-1, 26-3 James, 22a James C , 26-1, 26-3 James H., 26-1, 26-3 Joanna L,, 26-1 Mary T., 26-2, 26-3 Nancy (?), 22a Russell, 35 Sarah H., 26-1, 26-3

ii BARBER AAron, 1+8 A b i a l , 50 A b b y / A b i g a i l , 2 , 8 , 6 0 , 69 Abby E . , 6 0 - 1 , 6 0 - 3 Addie B . , 103 A d e l l a S . , 53 A g n e s , 53 Albert, 56-1 A l b e r t D . , 76 Albert E . , 6 0 - 1 , 60-2, 60-3 A l b e r t L . , 81+ Albert S., 35,37,56-1,58,70 Albert T., 6 0 - 1 , 60-3 A l c y / A l c e a , 3,i+, 1+7,Sk,Ik A l i c e , 1+9,75 A l v i n , 1+3 A l v i r a , 7i+ Amie/Amy, 1 2 , 2 2 , 3 9 , 5 5 , 5 6 - 1 , 7 9 , 9 0 Amie C , 6 1 Amie M . , 6 0 - 3 Amos, 75,81,81+ Andrew L . , 1 0 3 Ann, i+,56-1 Anna, 2 1 , 2 2 , 3 1 , 7 5 Anna F . , 81+ Anna M . , 8 2 a A n n a P . , 81 A n n e , 2,1+,5 A n n i e , 39 A n n i e W., 8 3 A n t h o n y , 67 Archibald, 26-1,26-2,26-3 Ardis, Arena L . , 91,92 Arnold, 27,39 A s a , 19 Benjamin, 2 , 3 , 1 2 , 1 6 , 1 8 , 2 1 a , 2 6 , 2 6 - 2 , 27,29,32,1+8,51 Benjamin H . , 55 B e n j a m i n P . , 1 6 , 32,51+ B e n j a m i n s . , 18,1+7,51+ B e r n i c e , kk B r i d g e t , 2, 12 Byron, 60-1 Caleb, 12,26,26-1,26-2,26-3 Caleb J r . , 26, 26-2 C a r l P . , 1+5 C a r o l i n e R . , 76 C a r r i e M., 89,101,102 C a t y A . , 76 Cellistinia ( ) , 76 Chancy B . , Sk C h a r i t y , 33 C h a r l e s , 1+3,67 C h a r l e s B . , 1+3 Charles E . , 60-3 Charles H., 53,78,81,85,97,98 C h a r l e s J . , 83 C h a r l e s P . , 76 Charles S . , 56-1 C h a r l e s W., 6 2 , 6 3 , 6 5 C h l o e , SS Cindy L . , 100 C l a r k , 1+3,78 C l a y t o n , 97 Comfort, 33,56,59 C o n n i e , 1+5 D a l e , kS$ 1+6 D a n i e l , 2,1+,19,33 D a n i e l J r . , 33 D a n i e l C , 78 D a n i e l L . , 59 David V . , 93 D a v i d W., 33,107 D a v i s G . , 22a Deborah, 26-1 Debra K . , 107 D e l i a . 1+6 D e l i v e r a n c e , 19 D e n n i s o n , 70 Dennison P . , 63,67 D i n a h , 1,5,11,11+ Donald J r . , 100 D o n a l d L . , 1+5,1+6 Donald 1 1 1 . , 105 Donald P . , 102 D o n n a , 61+ Dorcas, 29,83 Doris M., 91,106 D o r o t h y E . , 1+6 D o r o t h y G . , 100 Duane G . , 1+5,1+6 Eason, 3_+,56,60,60-1 Edward/Edmund, lo,12,i+8,l+9,75,78,81+ E d w a r d P . , 81+ E d w a r d T . , 83 Edwin, 60-1,60-3,61+ Edwin B . , 53*65

iii

Eleanor/Elinor,

29,61+,61+a

E l b e r t , 63,61+,65 E l i e l , 33 E l i s h a , 30 E l i s h a R.P., 35,58,70 27,30,35,36,5i+,55,58,59,60-3,62, 67,71,81 E l i z a b e t h A . , 1+3 E l i z a b e t h B . , 1+7 E l i z a b e t h L . , 89 E l l e n , 1+5,1+6,65 E l l e n J . , 100 E l l e n W., 61+ t E l l e r y , 31,3l+,53,60,77,82a E l s i e M . , 1+3 Emma, 83 Emma A . , 81+ Emma L . , 1+7 • E r n e s t S . , 11 ++ E r n e s t W . , 8 9 , 100 E s t h e r , 30,32 E t h e l , 60-1,60-2 E t h e l L . , 86 E t h e l M., 81 E u n i c e , 29,33 E x p e r i e n c e , 50 E z e k i e l , 2,3,1+, 1 8 , 3 2 Fanny M., 77,82a F l o r e n c e A . , 65 F r a n c e s , 52 F r a n k , 1+8 P r a n k C . , 60 F r a n k L . , 1+6 F r e d L . , 1+6 F r e d e r i c S . , 79,86,57 F r e d e r i c k E . , 86 Gardner/Gardiner G a u d n e r / C , 83 G a r d i n e r R., 60-3 G a r d i n e r S . , 39,1+7,70 G a r y L . , 1+5, , 0 G e o r g e , 3l+,l4-3,60,60-3 George A., 11 ++ G e o r g e P . , 61 G e o r g e H . S . , 76 George J . , 56-1 G e o r g e P , , 83

G e o r g e R . , 22 G e o r g e W., 2 9 , 3 5 , 5 8 G i d e o n , 27,51+ G i l e s B . , 27 Grant C , 60-1 G c o v e r L . , 1+5,1+6 Hannah, 1 2 , 1 8 , 2 6 - 1 , 32,33,1+9, 50,56-1.60-3,75 H a r l e y M . , 89 Harley J r . , 1 0 2 Harley 1 1 1 . , 102 H a r r i e t , 29,1+1+ H a t t i e M., 61,97 Hazard, 22,32 *-?*•£.* Henry, 10,30,31,35,l+l+*52,56, 58,61,70,79 Henry J r . , 52 Henry C , 51+*78,85,98 Henry E . , 9 7 , 9 8 Henry M . , 29 Henry T . , 61 H e r b e r t H . , 79 Herbert J r . , 91,92,103 Herbert J . , 69,70,71,72,73 Herbert L . , 60-160-2,63 H i r a m , 39,1+0 H o r a c e , 61+ Howard C . , 97 H o w e a r d L , , 1+6,59 I c a b o d , 27 I s a a c , 50 I s a a c G . , 53 I s r a e l , 27,62 James, 1 8 , 2 0 , 21,22,23,21+, 2 5 , 3 0 , 35,36,37,38,1+0,1+1,1+2,60-2,62,66, j k e s J r . , 20,21,22,22a,23,2i+* 25,30,58,66,70 James A . , 53 James C , 59 James E . , 1+5*1+6

James, G., 56-1 James N., 101 James N Jr., 101 Janice, 100 Jared, 26-1,26-2,26-3 Jefferson, 1 8 + Jeffrey, 103 Jeffrey A., 1 6 • + Jerry D., 100

iv

Barber J e r r y W., 93 J e r u s h a , 55 J e s s e , 20,21,22a,23,39,61+ J e s s e E . , 1+3 J e s s e C . , 51+ Joanna, 1 6 , 2 1 - 1 , 2 6 - 3 J o b , 22,32,51+ John, 1 0 , l 6 , 2 2 a , 2 9 , 3 2 , 3 l + , 6 0 John A . , 2 2 , 5 5 , 5 6 - 1 , 1 0 7 John H . , 5 9 , 8 9 , 1 0 0 , 1 0 1 John J . , 93 John K., 1+8 John R . , 101 JohnW., 66,79,80,92,102,107 Jonathan, 7,19,30,31*35*56,56-1 Jonathan J r . , 3 0 , 5 6 - 1 Joseph, 2 , 3 , 8 , 1 5 , 1 9 , 7 0 Joseph D . , 35*38*58,59,63,61+ Joseph L . , 61+, 83 Joseph P . , 71+ Joseph T , , 7 5 , 8 3 J o s e p h i n e , 61+ Joshua, 18,22,29,51+ J o s i a h , 19 L a u r a , 1+3, 89 Laurence K . , 100 Lena J . , 1+8 Leonard, 1+9 L e s l i e L . , 1+5,1+6 Leslie S . , 68,79,98 L e t a B . , 1+3 Lloyd E . , 102
Liliibr+dge, 15,16,28,1+9,75,81+

Linda M., 1+6 L o i s A . , 81+ L o i s J . , 1+2 L u c i n d a , 29 Lucy, 1+8,51,59 Lucy A . , 52 Lucy J . , 55 L y d i a , 1,1+, 1 1 , 1 6 , 2 9 , 5 9 , 78 Lyman, 39,1+2 Lyman P , , 1 1 ++ Lyman J . , kk Lyman 3 . , 3l+,l+3 Madaline, 65 Maraie G . , 1 1 ++ Manfred, 78 Manley,51+ Margaret, 2k,25 Marion E . , 89 Martha, 2 , 5 , l l + , 1 7 , 2 7 , 9 7

Martha A . , 1+5 Martha J . , l+3,i|l+ M a r t i n W., 61 Mary, 8 , 1 0 , 1 2 , 1 3 , 1 1 + , 1 5 , 1 6 , 1 8 , 19,20,26,27,28,29,32,33,3l+,35, 37,38,50,5l,56,58,70,7l+,76 Mary A . , 1+3,1+5,62,69,78,85,93 Mary C , 60-1 Mary E . , 29,1+5,56-6,79,83,101 Mary H . , 75 Mary J . , 6 1 , 9 0 , 1 0 6 Mary R., 61+ Mary S . , 2 9 , 5 3 Maxine, 91,92,101+, 105 Maxson, 32 Merchant, 50 Mercy/Marcy,2,5,8,16,27,50,83 Mercy A . , 5 5 , 8 2 a , 106 Mercy R . , 50 Meribah, 12 Merriam, 19 Michael D . , 100 Moses, 1 , 2 , 3 , 1 + , 6 , 7 , 8 , 9 , 1 1 , 1 2 , 2 0 21,22,23,25,27,29,39,1+0,1+1,1+2, 1+3,1+7,1+8,61+,66,70,71,72,78 Moses H . , 3 5 , 5 8 , 6 9 , 7 0 , 7 3 * 7 9 Nancy, 2 2 , 2 9 , 7 6 N a r a t h o n , 1+8 Nathan, 1 6 , 29,51*76 Nathan J r . , 29 N a t h a n i e l , 15 N e l l i e L . , 100 N e l t o n T . , 1+8,56-1 Neva, 1+3 N i c h o l a s , 10 Noadiah, 22 O l i v e , 33 Orra A . , 85 O r r e n / O r r i n , 3l+,66,67 Orren W.,85 O r r i n S . , 79,81 O r v i n C , 1+5*1+6 Oscar, 60-1,80-3 P a r d o n , 39 Patience A., P a t r i c k N . , 102 P a t t y , 50 Peggy. L . , 100 P e l e g , 27,50 P e l e g S . , 50 P e t e r 32 Phebe/Phoebe, 1 0 , 5 3

BARBER I Phebe A . , 6 0 - 3 , 83,81+ ; : Phebe C . , 75 R a t h b o n e / r a t h b u n , 33 Ray E . , i + 3 Raymond G . , 1+5 Rebecca,15,75 Reuben, 33 Reynolds, 19,23,31*31+, 60-2 Rhoda, 2 0 , 2 2 a , 2 3 , 1 + 0 , 1 + 9 , 8 2 a Rhoda A . , 5 3 Rhoda M . , 77 Rhonda, 1 0 2 R o b e r t , 10,1+8,59 Robert L . , 88,100 R o b i n s o n , 22 Rowland R . , 1+9 Roxanna, 6 0 - 3 Ruth, 2 , 5 , 1 6 , 1 7 , 2 0 , 2 2 , 3 1 1 , 1+0,1|.7,62,63 Ruth D . , 9 3 , 1 0 7 Ruth H . , 88,100 Sabra/Sebra, 30,56 S a b r a E . , 62 S a l l y , 7*30,1+9,57,57-1,59,75 Samuel, 2,3,6,12,22,27,1+3,1+8 Sarauel A . , 1+2,1+1+ Sarauel D . , 1 0 1 S arauel H . , 1+8 S arauel S . , 1+3 Sanford, 35,58,66,67,70 Sanford D . , 8l Sara E li.3 Sarah, *1,8,9,10,12,22,26,26-1, 26-3,50,53,71+ S a r a h A . , 81 S h e f f i e l d , 3 3 , 1+8, 59 S i l a s B . , 1+8 S i l a s C , 1+8 S i l a s M . , 55 S m i t h , 19 Smiton, 32,56 S o l o m o n , 39,1+0 S t a n l e y M . , 86 S t i l l m a n H . , 1+7 Susan, 3l+,55,59,7l+,75 Susan B . , 63,76 Susan C , 60-1 S u s a n E . , 1+7.81+ Susan P . , 50 Susan R., 60-1

Susannah, 1.2.3.1+^5.11.12,13,11+, 15,16, 18,19, 28,29,30,32,35,50, 58,68 S u s a n n a h E . , 51+ Thankful, ll+,26,26-2, 27,29 Thoraas, 11+, 2 7 , 5 0 Thoraas C , 1+8,78 Thomas E . , o5 Thomas P . , 1+5*1+6 Thomas J . , 1+8 Thomas R . , 1+5 Thomas S . , 1+2,1+3,1+1+ Thomas T . , 75*83 T e f f t L . , 71+ Theda, 22,22a V a l e r i e , 1+6 V i c t o r W., 79,93,91+ Vera, 79,92,91+ W a l t e r , 97 Warrem C . , 5 6 - 1 W a r r e n D . , 100 W a s h i n g t o n , 1+8 Wayne B . , 1+5 W e a l t h y A . , 50 Weeden, 2 2 , 2 7 Weeden J r . , 28

Welcome, 75,85 Whitman, 33
Whitman C . , -++ 11 W i l c o x , 1+9,71+ W i l l e t A., 35,58,62 W i l l i a m , 1 , 3 , 6 , 1 0 , 1 9 , 2 1 , 2 2 a , 1+2, 70 William A., 53,59 W i l l i a m B . , 83 W i l l i a m P . , 29 W i l l i a m S . , 1+3 Zebulon, l,i+,27 ( additional) V i r g i n i a , 90,105

vi BARNEY Jonathan, Mary, 26 Barrett Susan L, BARRY N o r a , 53 BARTER N a n c y , 91+ BATES Dorcas, 12 E d n a W., 60 BEAMAN Alden, 22a,32, 50,52 BEEBE Dickerson, 53 Belcher E l i z a b e t h , 39,1+0,1+2,1+7 J o s e p h , 39 BELLOWS A d e l i n e , 7 , 78 E l e a n o r , 78 L e n o r a , 78 BENNETT 11+

99

Amos, 57 Charles, 57 Eliza, 57 Mary E, 57 BENTLEY George, 2, 17 Ruth, 5 Sarah, 39 William, 17 BERNISON Mathilda, 83 BERTRAND Beatrice, B., 57 Joseph J.G., 57 Berube Prances M., 77 George, 82a

BEVERLY George, 55 BITGOOD S amuel, 1 8 + Susan A., 1 8 + Susan M., 1 8 + Black Lola A., 100 BLIVEN Bradford, 75 Edward, 29 Elizabeth, 52 Fanny, 29 Ida, 53 John, 59 Mary, 52 S amuel, S^S arah E., 86 BOSS Hannah, 32 Peter, 32 Susannah, 32 Bowler., George I., 51 BRADLEY Annie, 65 BRAMBLEY., Amelia, 27 BRAYMAN Abigail, 71 Anne E. , 58 Benjamin W,, 35,38,58,70 Henry, 58 Lewis, 69 Thomas P., 58 BRIGGS
Amy A . , 6 6 , 7 9 , 8 0 , 9 2 C h a r i t y , 12 C h a r l e s W., 79 Mary P . , 39 Louise, 97,98 J o h n W., 39 R a l p h D . , 110 BRENTON Jaheel, 1 + William, 1 +

BROUWER Plorine, 108 BROWN
B e t s e y , 50 C a r r i e E . , 99 C h a r l e s P . , 1+3 E l i z a b e t h A . . 1+3 L i l l i a n R . , 86 BROWNING Edward, 1+9 J e d i d i a h , 1+9 J e r e m i a h , 1+9 J o h n , 1+9 John B . , J r , 1+9 L i l l i b r i d g e , 1+9 Mary, 1+9 O l i v e r D . , 1+9 P o l l y , 1+9 Rhoda, 1+9 T h u r s t o n , 1+9
BREAKWALD M a r y , 1+6 BUHEN

vii CABRAL Mark, 101 Mark J r . , 1 0 1 C h r i s t i a n , 101 CAMPBELL C h l o e , 1+5 CANDY

Mary, 35,58
CARD Enoch, 26-1 Mary L . , 2 6 - 1 Nancy A . , 2 6 - 1 S u s a n , 8J+ T a c y , 28 CARPENTER

Gloria,

101

BURBINE M a y b e l l e , 77 Joseph, 82a BURDICK *

Comfort, 59 Deborah, 26-1 Harold G., 82 Herbert L.,68,82 Isaac, 28 Lorenzo, 82 Mary, 1,28 Oliver, 1 Rachael, 82 BURNS
Fanny A . , 1 0 6 Paul E . , 106 Martin E . , 106 BURTON A r t h u r , 1+7 BUSSARD F r a n k , 88 Mayrae,88 V i o l e t t a , 88

Edwin P., 101 Penix, 6 Kimberly, 101 Lucy, 82a Mercy, 8 Thomas, 101 Thomas Jr., 101 CASE Edward, 9 CHAMPLIN Elizabeth, 13 Florence E.,86 George A., 86 John, 60-2 John Jr., 60-2 Otis W., 53 CHAPMAN Andrew, 39 Annie, 39,1+0 Harvey S.,5>2 Thomas L. , 52 Thomas N., 52 CHAPPELL Lorene, 100 CHURCH Clifford, 57-1 Dorothy, 57-1 Florence B., 110 Govenor T.,57-1 Joseph H.,99 Kenneth,57-1 Rufus I., 99

viii C1ARK/CLARKE Amy, 3 5 * 5 8 , 6 6 Amy S . , 78 Arnold, 10,82a Dorcas, 57-1 E a r l C.,_ji+ Elizabeth, 10,15,28 G a r d n e r , 60 H a n n a h , 81+ Harold,1+1+ John L, , k^ John T . , 11 ++ J o n a t h a n , 31 Joseph, 35,58,66 J u d i t h , 10 L o i s , 10 M a r i a , 60 Mary, 20,25,26,1+8,78 M o s e s , 10,1+8 N e t t i e M.,-+2,l+i+ Robert P . , 7 7 , o2a R u t h , 10 S u s a n 1+8 Susan H.O., 35,58,66 Thomas, 10 William, 10,23 CLIFTON F l o y d , 100 J e w e l l , 100 Wesley, 100 CUNNINGHAM Susannah, 68 William H.,68,82 COLE Susannah, 10 Colegrove J e r e m i a h , 11+ Mary ( P o l l y ) , 27 COLLINS M a t h i l d a , 1+2,1+1+ CONGDON COTTRELL Gershom, 7 Mary J . , 51+ CRANDALL __, 27 J o h n , 31+ R u t h , 31+ Henry C , , 6 0 - 2 CROSS Abby, 27 DAVIS J o h n , 50 M a r y , 85 Mr & M r s . J . , 87 DAWLEY A l c e a / A l c e d , 3UAvis E . , 99,108 David I . , 109,110 Eldora, 57-1 P r a n k I . , 99 Irwin P.,99,109,110 Irwin P. Jr.,99,109,110 Keith S., I l l M i c h a e l , 31+ Patrick S.,111 Robert W.,99,111 Robin M.,111 Scott T.,111 Wes J . , I l l William P . , I l l DICKENS S a r ah P . , DeBRAGGA Virginia, DINARDO John,111 Mary,111 Rita,lll DUDLEY 76 77

Mamie, 11 ++ Susan,1+8,78 COREY Anne, 12 Hannah,57 John57 Polly, 57

Richard, 100 DUMBROISE Hazel, 109 DUNBAR Thomas, 29

IX

DYE Abby, 75 E l l e n , 39 W i l l i a m , 75 DffEF Olive, 57-1

FOCHMAN Elizabeth, GAGER 82

EAST E r n e s t E . , ll+, Easton Mary, 12 EGGLESTON A l i c e , 57 ELDRED Elizabethm 10 Thoraas, 1 0

21a,22a,28,1+7

ELDRIDGE ( ) 22, 60-1 Amy, 23 Milton, 60-2 Theron B., 60-160-2 ENNIS
C h r i s t o p h e r , 61 Eliza A., 35,58 E l i z a b e t h , 61 FENNER B.B., 21a ERO P a u l E . , 108 Paul Jr.,108 Philip, 108

Delia P., 79 Willard Jr., 93 GALLAGHER Delores, 100 GALLUP Chester, 7 + 1 Nathaniel, 7 + l GARDNER7GARDINER Alice, 57-1 Bowen, 57-1 Deval, 9 Edith, 57-1 Frederic, 82a George, 7 Howard, 57-1 Inez, 57-1 James, 9 John, 9 Marion, 57-1 Orren, 57-1 Susan, 57-1 Willard., 57-1 Winifred, 57-1 GAVITT Louisa, 50 GEER Adleburt, 97 David, 97 Prank, 97 James, 97 Mary, 59 Nettie, 97 Thomas, 59 GODFREY Almon, 59 Joshua, 59 GORDON Anne/Annie, 69-1 Arthur, 57-1 Edward A., 57-1 Elmer, 57-1 Leslie, 57-1 Sarah, 57-1 Walter, 57-1

FERGUSON D o n a l d , 77 Donald P . , 77 Finley,77 FINNEY A l i c e J . , 1+5 May, 1 3 FRINK S a b r a , 57 PROMAN Lillian, FRYE Mary E . , 1+8

GORTON Charity, 56-1 Jaraes, 5 6 - 1 Wealthia, 56-1 GOSLIN Donna L . , Esther J . , John, 101 Lester P., Lester P. Paula J . , Karen S . , 101 101 101 J r . , 101 101 101

HANfllOND Joseph, 5 HARRINGTON, L y d i a , 1+9 HART J e n n i e , 1+2,1+1+ HARRIS B e v e r l y , 1+5 M a r t h a , 1+5 HAWTHORNE Edward,68 HAYNOR H a z e l , 88 J o h n W,, 88 HAZARD G e o r g e L . , 57 Mary, 1 , 1 1 Mercy, 13 Thomas, 2 3 , 5 7 - 1 HEALY B e n j a m i n N . , 71+ HEBERLE Edward C , 1 0 9 , 1 1 0 S h i r l e y A . , 109,110 HELM Jaraes,23 Mary, 17 HERRIN E t h e l , 1+3 H e n r y , 1+3 L a y t o n B . , 1+3 Lyraan B . , 1+3 N e l l i e , 1+5 R a l p h , J+3 Hickox Anne, 8 2 a HIGGINBOTTOM Charles, 5 HOPPER E a r l , 1+5

GRAVES Connie, 101 GRIPE C e c i l 0 . , 106 C e c i l i a A . , 106 C y n t h i a K . , 106 C h r i s t o p h e r A . , 106 S t a c i e M., 106 GREENE ?GREEfi GALEB, 5 0 , 5 6 D e l i v e r a n c e , 71 -+ Donald P . , 101 Henry, 5 John, 5 Karen, 101 McKenny, 1 0 1 HATFIELD Byron U . , HACKING J o h n , 97 M r s . J . , 98 HALL C a l e b , 1+9 E u n i c e , 76 Fanny E . , 8 2 - a Fanny M . , 77 P r a n c e s , 53 F r a n c e s M . , 75 M a r y , 10 P h e b e , 53 R o b e r t , 10 W i l l i a m D . , 77 60-3

xi
HOLLOWAY

J o s e p h , 21 HOLTZ Albert H., 100 William B . , 100
HO OS AN

Garret V.,30 HOPKINS J o h n , 23 Mary, 1+7 HOWARD E l e a n o r , 61+ F r e d C , 61+ F r e d C J r . , 61+ H e l e n , 61+ R u t h , 61+ HOXSIE

JAMES Caleb, 26,26-2 Daniel,12,26,26-2 Elizabeth,26,26-2,59 Ezekiel,21a George,18 J o n a t h a n , 22,1+7,62 Mary,36,59 M.B.,37 Nancy,75,83 Phebe,26,26-2 Reynolds,26-2 Ro d m a n , 2 6 - 1 , 2 6 - 2 Ruth,26-2 William,12 JOHNSON Ann, 1+3 Belle,1+3 Bessie,1+3 Charles,1+3 E d w a r d , 1+3 Elsie,1+3 Horace,62 Marion,1+3 Martha,Sk Phillie,32 R u f u s , 1+3 Ruth,62 S u s a n , 51+ Thomas, 1+3 William,1+3 JONES Jeanne, 109 Samuel, 109 JOSLIN D a v i d , 28 Lucy, 8 JUDY E l i z a b e t h , 1+2,1+3 S a m u e l , 1+2,1+3 KELLER Joseph,105 Todd J . , 51+ KELLY D a n i e l , 51+

Clarke, 26-1,26-2 Gideon Jr., 25-1 Hannah, 26-3 John, 26-1 Mary 28 Perry G.,32 Phebe, 26-1 William,59 HUBBARD
Charles E . , 69,71,73 Henry C . , 2 5 Mary J . , 3 5 - 3 8 , 6 9 , 7 1 * 7 2 , 7 2 Rebecca, 69,73 HUGHES I s a a c , 1+2,1+1+ Sarah,1+2 Huling S a r a h , 7l+ HYLAND G e r a l d , 1+5 Rae A . , 1+5 INGHAM John P . , 7 7 , 8 2 a J o h n L . , 77 Anna, 8 2 a Francis M,,82a

KENYON/KINYON Amy L . , 85 Anna, 5 Benedict, 12,26-2 B e n j a r a i n , 75 Corey, 26-1 D a v i d , 28 Elizabeth, 12,33 L o d o w i c k , 27 Robert, 15 Ruth, 16 S a r a h , 18,26,1+7 S u s a n , 1+7 Sylvester, 5 T h a n k f u l , 28 Whitman, 75 KINNE Ellen, 57-1 Emma, 5 7 - 1 Frank, 57-1 Franklin, 57-1 J e a n e t t e , 57-1 J u l i e t , 57-1 Leonard, 57-1 L i l l i a n , 57-1 Lydia, 57-1 Samuel, 57-1 Susan, 57-1 KNIGHT Daniel, 23 Nathan, 62 KNOWLES H a z a r d , 1+7 L u c r e t i a , 1+7 Thomas T . , k 7 E l i z a b e t h , 82 KNUTH B a r b a r a , 57 Guy, 57 LANGWORTHY Tacy,82 LANPHERE/LANPHEAR Davis, 29 Stephen,29 Susanna, 3

xii LARKIN Abby, 6 6 , 7 9 Mary, 10 LATHAM.E v a l i n a , 82 Lena, 53 LAYMAN T i l l i d a , 101+ LEAHY Darner, 69 L a w r e n c e , 69 R i c h a r d , 69 LEWIS Anna, 77 E s t h e r , 60 H a n n a h , 27 J a m e s , 2 7 , 60 Jonathan, 12 L u c i n d a , 82a M a r c i e , 53 T h a n k f u l , 27 LILLIBRIDGE Amo s , 81+ Edward, 1 5 , 2 8 G i d e o n , 2$ J o s i a h , 2J+ Sarah, 12,18 T h a n k f u l , 81+ W i l l e t , SS LIN E l l e n , 109 J a m e s , 101+ H e t t y , 101+ LISBONY L i n d a , 101+ R o b e r t L . , 101+ LLOYD H.A., 21a LYTER Larraine, 106 Leiand, 106 Linda, 106 Robert E., 106

XIII MACE L o u i s a L . , 1+5 MACOMBER Mary G . , 68 MAIN Hannah P . , 3 5 , 5 8 MARTIN LLoyd, 90 MATTESON B e n o n i , 75 D o r c a s , 75 E u n i c e , 75 M a r y , 56 Peleg, 75,85 P o l l y , 85 MAYFIELD MOORE Amy, 5 5 B e r t h a , 1+7 C r a w f o r d G . , 1+7 C l a r a , 1+7 E u g e n e , 47 F l o r e n c e E . , 1+7 John, 12 L u c y , 32 M a r y , 31+ M i l l a r d T . , 1+7 S i l a s , 32,55 Waity, 26-1,26-3 MOTT D o r c a s , 10 J a c o b , 10
MOWRY

Bessie B., 93 Bessie C , 93 Isaac T., 93
MAXSON/MAXON S a r a h , 26 Thankful, 16,29 MEADNIS Debra, 108 MENDOZA G l o r i a , 106 Merriot/Merriet/Merris Benjamin, 53 Hannah, 2 9 , 6 0 - 3 H e n r y , 29 William, 60-3 MILLER C h a r l e s E , , 1+6 GladY5_E-., 1+6 •iraren-Trr, 1 0 7 M a r v g l , 1+6 R u t h , 1+6 MIX S a r a h A . , 1+3 MOON Desire, 12

Benjamin, 1,11 Lydia, l+,5 MUMFORD George, 22 Mary, 22 Rebecca, 22 Sarah, 1+2 Thomas, 5 MURPHY
C h a r l e s , 1+3 E t t a P . , 1+3 G e o r g e , 1+3 I d a , 53 J a m e s , 1+3 J e s s e , 1+3 Lou S . , 1+3 M a r y , 39 R o b e r t , 1+3 W a l t e r , 1+3 McCLANAHAN C y n t h i a , 1+3 McGAUGHBY (?) Margaret McGOWAN G l a d y s L . , 61+ McKENNY S h e r r i , 101 Stephen, 101 J.,

NASH E l l e r y , 76 NICHOLS A l b e r t C , 56 E l i z a b e t h , 11+ David J r . , 18 NEWTON M a r y , 59 NEY M a r c i a , 60 Varnura, 60 NILES Abigail, 12,27 E b e n e z e r , 26 E l i z a b e t h , 12,26 NORMAN L u c i l l e , 82a NORTHRUP A n t h o n y , 22a M a r v e l , 23 OBER H e n r y , 92 H e n r y J r . , 101+ PALMER A l b e r t , E . , 57-1 A m o s , 28 Arthur P . , 57-1 A s h e r , 31 B e n j a m i n , 33 C a r l e t o n L . , 57-1 Clayton, 57-1 D i n a h M., 57 E z r a , 59 Gladys E., 5,7,30,59-1 John E., 57-1 L i l a , 57-1 L o u , 53 Mary, 28,69,57-1 N o a h , 56 O l i v e , 57-1 P e r r y P . , 57-1 Phebe A., 57-1 P h i n e a s , 25,31 R o s w e l l , 60 S a b r a A., 57-1 S h e f f i e l d , 57-1 Tentee, 25,31 Wilfred, 57-1

xiv Parker Thomas, 2,11+ PATTON E r n e s t L . , 89 L a u r a E . , 89 PECKHAM C h a r l o t t e , 35,58 E l i z a , 35,58 Mary, 15 R e u b e n , 35*58 S t e p h e n , 32 T i m o t h y , 16 Waity, 35,58
PEMBER

I d a , S^ PENDLETON Frederick, Lucy, 51 Mary, 51 PERKINS

51

Charity, 15 Olive, 33 PERRY
B e n j a m i n , 13*16 C h r i s t o p h e r , 13 E d w a r d , 13 • Freeman, 13 J a m e s , 5*13 J o h n , 30 J o h n G . , 30 Mary, 13,16 M i l l a r d P . , 1+7 O l i v e r H., 13 S u s a n n a h , 5*13 PHILLIPS Almira, 57-57-1 Alzadare, 57-1 Amos, 57 Andrew, 57 Chloe, 32,55 D a n i e l , 30-57 E d w i n , 57 E l i z a b e t h , 18 E s t h e r , 57 E t h e l , 57 G e o r g e , 57 I s r a e l D . , 57 J a b e z , 57 John, 10,57*75 J o h n A . , 57

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PHILLIPS Joseph, 1 8 , 5 7 * 5 7 - 1 Lydia, 57-1 Mary, 57 Mercy, 57 M e r r i a m , 57* 6 7 - 1 P a l r a e r , 57 Phebe A . , 57 Phebe B . , 57 S a b r a , 57 S a r a h , 57* 5 7 - 1 Susan C , , 5 7 - 1 PLACE

RAHILLY Ann, 1+6 M i c h a e l , 1+6 R o b e r t , 1+6 RATHBUN/RATHBONE Anna, 3 0 , 56 C h a r i t y , 15*33 D o r c a s , 33 J o h n , 33 Jonathan, 15• Zo J o n a t h a n J r . , 1 5 * 28 Joseph, 15 J o s e p h B . , 15*28 P h e b e , 1+9, 5 7 - 1 S i m e o n , 56 Thomas, 1 0 , 1 5

Benjamin, 60-1,60-2,60-3 Hattie, 60-1,60-2, 60-3 POLLARD
James, 6 0 - 1 Rachael, 60-1 POPPLE Amy, 22 G i d e o n , 25 PORTER John, 5 POTTER B e n j a m i n , i+,51+ D a n i e l , 10 David, 12 E l i z a b e t h , 51+ I c a b o d , 17 I s a b e l , 1+,7,51+ Joshua, 26-2 L u c y , 32 Martha, 5 Rebecca, 15 S m i t o n , 32 Thomas, 17 PRESIDENTS ( M e n t i o n e d ) D . E i s e n h o w e r , 98 L , J o h n s o n , 98 J . Kennedy, 98 PRICE E v e r e t t , 101+ T e r e s e , 101+ C h r i s t i n a , 101+ C h a r l e s E . , 101+ RANDOLPH Mary R . , 89

Raynard. Dorothy, 100 REEVES
Francis T., S a r a h , 1+2 REHN C h a r l e s , 82 REYNOLDS Elisha, 5 E l i z a b e t h , 26-2 Joanna, 26-2 j o b , 2 6 - 1 , 26-2, 26-3 L u c y , 1+8 Mary,. 1 9 Wells, 26-1,26-2,26-3 RICHMOND A n g e l i n e , 83 B e n j a m i n , 57 C h a r l e s , 57 Ebenezer, 57-1 J a m e s , 57 L y d i a , 57 Moses, 57-1 ROBINSON M a r y , 22 RODMAN D a n i e l , 2 1 a , 69 RODGERS Delores, 105 105

xvi ROGERS H a r p e r , 16 J o h a n n a , 16 L y d i a , 16 Mercy, 16 S a l l y , 27 S amuel, 16
ROWLAND

SEYLER B e r n i c e , 101+ SINGER I d a , 88 SHEFFIELD Jeremiah, 5 SHELDON Isaac, 1 +

Robert, 56-1
ROYLE D a v i d E . , 61+ J o s e p h , 61+ SANCHEZ A n g e l a , 101+ SAUNDERS M a r y , 29 M a r t h a , 76 SAYDEM L i l l i a n , 58 3CHAPE H a r v e y , 90 Harvey L . , 106 J a n e t , 90,106 J a u n i t a , 90,106 SCHAUB Anna L , , 8 2 SCHROEDER B a r b a r a , 1+1,1+2 C l a r e n c e , 1+1,1+2 Lois B . , i|l O t t o L . , 1+2 R i c h a r d , 1+1,1+2 SCHUNKE Marjorie, 23

Lou, f+3
SHELTON

ALBERT, 1 0 3 Mary E . , 103 O c t i e , 103 SHERMAN Anna, 22a D a n i e l , 39 E l i z a b e t h , 39 I s a b e l i e , 27 J o s i a h , J+ L o d o w i c k , 25 S u s a n E . , 39 SLOCUM Ebenezer, 9 G i l e s , 1+3 O l i v e , 1+2, 1+3 P e l e g , 1+3 S a m u e l , 1+3 SNOW EDITH A . , 81 Lee C . , 8 l '• L o u i s S . , 81 Ray P . , o l Thomas E . , 81 STEADMAN

SEMOLINE Francesca, 109,110 L a w r e n c e , 110 L e i l a n i , 110 T h e r e s a , 110 SEWELL S amuel, 5 Hannah, 5

Daniel, 13 Thomas, 13 SOULE
George, 82a,98 Susannah, 1 SPECK L a u r a , 61+

xvii SPENCER G e o r g e , 1+7 S a r a h , -1+7 W i l l i a m , 83 SPIZZARI M a r i e , 100 SPRAGUE Joanna, 2,16 P e o r g e , 33*59 R i c h a r d , 17 STANTON J o h n , 30 Robert, 7 Sabra/Sebra, 30,35*56-1 STAPLETON E l e a n o r , 1+6 STOLDER

TEFFT Taber, 26, 26-2 Thankful, 26,26-2
TERRY Mary, 33 THAYER J e r u s h a , 18 THOMAS D o n a l d , 100 L o r e n e , 100 L o w e l l , 100 L o u v e l l , 100 THOMPSON, B e n j a m i n , 91+ Mark, 1+6 N a t h a n i e l , 1+6 S t a n t o n , 53 THURSTON Mary, 9 TIBBETT3 H a n n a h , 11+ TILLINGHAST E l i z a b e t h , 1+9 P h e b e , 1+9,75 Thomas, 1+9,75 TOURGEE H a n n a h , 53 TRAMEL Coy, 101+ C h a r l e s , 101+ J a m e s , 101+ J o e l , 101+ L a y n e , 101+ P e t e r , 101+ S a r a h , 101+ S t e p h e n , 101+ TULLY A l i c e , 97 Twining N a t h a n , 81+

Lucy, 1+5
TABER Lydia, 57-1 TANNER Avis, 13 W i l l i a m , 13*11+ TARBOX C a r r i e , 97 TAYLOR I r e n e , 61+ L o v a n e y , 71+ TEFFT B e n j a m i n , 26-1,1+8 Caleb, 26,26-2 D e l i v e r a n c e , 19 E l i z a b e t h , 26 H e z i k i a h , 71+ Joanna, 26-1,26-3 John, 2.16,19 J o s e p h , 26 L y d i a , 1+8,59 Mary, 10,53 M e r c y , 5*16 . 1+9,71+ S amuel, 2 S a r a h , 2 6 , 26-2,51+

xviii I3LRICH B a r b a r a , 101+ C a r l , 105 David, 105 D e n n i s , 101+ R o b e r t , 9 2 , 101+ R o b e r t M . , 101+ P h i l l i p , 105 P h i l l i p R, 1 0 5 VALLET J o h n , 25 VAN BUREN C h a r l e s , 91+ Edmund, 92,91+ VARNES Mary A . , 1 1 ++ VAUGHN/VAUGHAN A m e l i a , 68 E l i z a b e t h , 68 G e o r g e , 68 H u g h , 52 J a m e s , 68 J e s s e , 82 J o h n , 67 John J r . , 35, 58,68 J o h n G . J r . , 68 -Lizzie, 68,82 M a b e l , 82 M a r y , 68 M a u d e , 82 R a c h a e l , 97 R u t h , 68 Waity, 68,82 VERKADE Donna, 108 Gerald, 99,108 Hendrik, 108 Kathy M., 108 Robin L . , 108 Ronald, 108 WEBBER Emma, 83 WEBSTER Elizabeth, 18,35,58,66,79 Ezekiel, 66,79,80 Hannah, 18 John, 18

WEBSTER James, 37 Lena, 1+7 Moshier, 18 William, 67 Wecklund
Agnes, 105 Eugene, 105 WELLS Thomas T . , 21+ WENDT D e b o r a h , 1+6 G e n e , 1+6 M a r j o r i e , 1+6 WENNBCHE E d w a r d , 82 M a r t i n , 82 WERTZ Eva, 69,73 D a v i d , 73 WEST F a n n i e , 53 Francis, 1 Susannah, 1 WHITAKER C a r o l y n , 1+5 D a v i d , 1+5 E r i c , 1+5 K e v i n , 1+5 L a v e m e , 1+5 Scott,1+5 WHITE

Sarah, 35,58,61+,65
WHITFORD S y l v i a , 61+ WILBUR/WILBQRE A b i g a i l , 15 J o h n , 5 , 29 S arauel, 5 WILCOX Abraham, 1 9 Abram, 1+9 A l i c e , 1+9

WILCOX Edward, 1,11 George, 53 Hannah, 11 Isaac, 15 John, 19,31,35 Joseph, 16Lydia, 16 Margaret, 20,22,22a,23,1+2,62 Mary, 11 Noah, 25 Rebecca, 15 Roger, 6 + 1 Sally, 29 Susannah,11 WILFONg Becky, 101 James, 101 James Jr., 101 Laura, 101 WILKES John, 7 Zora, 102 WILLIAMS Donald, 105 Theresa, 105 WILSON/WILLS ON Charles, 65 Charles E., 65 Darrell, 65 Ernest, 92 Gary, 65 Howard, 65 James, 5 Lovella, 65 Samuel, 5 Zita, 65 WINTERB0TT0M
S a r a h , 7l+ WILLIS C e i l , 101+ C r a i g , 101+ L a r r y , 101+ S h a n e , 101+ WOOD

WOOMANSEE C l i f f o r d , 1+7 E t h e l , 1+7 J o h n , 1+7 J o h n G . , 1+7 L u l u , 1+7 S a m u e l , 1+7 WOOSTER Thomas, 25 WRIGHT S a m a n t h a , 81 YEOUMANS Hannah, 10 YORK Ann, 39 J a m e s , 76 W i l l i a m , 76 YOUNG A s h a e l , 57 YOUNGBLOOD ; M a r g a r e t , 1+5 ZI-SZIULEWIGZ Adam, 108 Angela, 108 Lucy, 108 S t a n l e y , 108 T h o m a s , J . , 108 Thomas J . J r . , 1 0 8

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Ifigy, 65
Silas,59

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