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Owen Woodrow “Barney” Barnes

Owen Woodrow “Barney” Barnes
birth: 14 March 1917, in Owen Co., IN to Samuel B. and Clara (Schopmeyer) Barnes
death: 5 Feb 1998, Cloverdale, Putnam Co., IN
burial: New Union Carolina Church, Owen Co., IN

marriage: 1940, Owen Co., IN
Mary Marguerite Sanderson
birth: c1918, Indiana, to Walter Cadis and Ethie May (Huber) Sanderson
death: living

Children of  Owen Woodrow “Barney” Barnes and Mary Marguerite Sanderson:

  • Infant Son Barnes, b. 1948, d. 1948
  • Victor Barnes, living

Owen Woodrow “Barney” Barnes Lived In:

  • Owen County, Indiana
  • Died in Cloverdale, Putnam County, Indiana

Other Information: Owen Woodrow “Barney” Barnes  was the husband of submitter’s cousin. He was born in Owen County and lived there until shortly before death.  As newlyweds, the couple lived with the Huber family. Later, and for his remaining lifetime, they lived on the Barnes’ family home place, both located in the Jordan Village area.

Submitted by:
Randi Richardson
Email: GFTL@bluemarble.net

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Samuel B. Barnes

Samuel B. Barnes
birth: 14 November 1871, Owen Co., Indiana to Calvin and Mary (Haltom) Barnes
death: 28 April 1950, Poland, Owen Co., Indiana
burial: Zion United Church of Christ, Poland, Owen Co., Indiana

marriage: 6 Sep 1916, Owen Co., IN
Clara Schopmeyer
birth: 4 Jan 1882, Clay Co., IN to John and Sarah M. (Allunderf) Schopmeyer
death: 1951
burial: Zion United Church of Christ, Poland, Owen Co., Indiana

Children of Samuel B. Barnes and Clara Schopmeyer:

Samuel B. Barnes Lived In:

Samuel was thought to have lived his entire live in the Poland, Owen County area.

Other Information:

Samuel B. Barnes is the father of Owen H. “Barney” Barnes who was married to submitter’s cousin, Mary Marguerite Sanderson.

Submitted by:
Randi Richardson
Email: GFTL@bluemarble.net

George Ewbank

George Ewbank
b. about 1833, Dearborn County, Indiana, to Benjamin and Ann (Smith) Ewbank
d. 16 January 1879, Shawnee County, Kansas

m/1. 4 August 1861, Jefferson County, Kansas
Lucinda Smith
d. 1866, probably Kansas

m/2. 10 March 1870, South Cedar, Jackson County, Kansas
Lucinda “Lucy” (Finicum) Barnes
b. 1834, Clearcreek Township, Richland County, Ohio, to Mark S. and Phebe (Scott) Finicum
d. 25 October 1894

Children with Lucinda Smith:
• Dora Belle (b. ca. 1863) married (1) Matthew Phillips, (2) [–?–] Smith

Children with Lucinda (Finicum) Barnes:
• Arthur G. (1872-1930) married Sue Melissa Jones
• Henry O. (b. ca. 1874)
• Lola Anne (1876-1926) married Freas Brown Saunders

George moved to Kansas before 1862 and enlisted in the Union Army, 11th Kansas Cavalry on 16 August 1862. His military records says he was of light complexion, had blue eyes, and dark hair. He was a farmer most of his life and served as a “herdsman” during much of his time in the Army.

Submitted by:
Pat D. Saunders
Cary NC
E-mail: patsaunders@aol.com

Harriet Poland/Polen

Harriet Poland/Polen
b. 28 November 1842, Azalia, Bartholomew County, Indiana, to Clyde Washington and Hester E. (Cooperider) Poland/Polen
d. 23 July 1924, Scotts Mill, Marion County, Oregon

m. 28 Mar. 1866, Azalia, Bartholomew County, Indiana
James Chalmers Barnes
b. 1 October 1842
d. 19 February 1870, Vicksburg, Claiborne County, Mississippi

Children with James Chalmers Barnes:
•Orlando B.
•Carra A.
•James Challen

After their marriage, Harriet and James moved to Moores Prairie, Jefferson County, Illinois, in 1867; to Mount Vernon, Jefferson County, Illinois, in 1869; and then to Scotts Mill, Marion County, Oregon.

Submitted by:
Betty Louise Polen Schlechte
Alton IL

Peter S. Hunter

Peter S. Hunter
b. 2 February 1855, Indiana, to Aaron N.B. and Cynthia A. (Ramsey-Lawrence) Hunter
d. 9 March 1929, Ponca City, Oklahoma

m. 9 August 1874, Franklin, Johnson County, Indiana
Nancy E. Davison
b. 6 November 1856, Franklin, Johnson County, Indiana, to Richard and Eveline (Applegate) Davison
d. 27 January 1926, Ponca City, Oklahoma

Children with Nancy E. Davison:
• infant son (b. 1875)
• Willis Reece (1876-1932) married Suda Agness Baker
• Charles Edward (1879-1889)
• James Monroe (1880-1955) married (1) Ruth Stone, (2) Flora Jacobs, (3) Stella Renfro
• Ida May (1882-1952) married James M. Griffen
• Cora V. (1884-1886)
• Clara Edith (1887-1963) married Joseph P. Hogan
• Harry Ellsworth (1889-1908)
• Iva Myrtle (1892-1969) married (1) Jesse Barnes, (2) Charles Kulp
• Howard Anderson (1902-1964) married (1) Pearl Williams, (2) Ida I. Nickles

Submitted by:
Robert S. Hunter
Connersville IN

Thomas Jefferson Crum

Thomas Jefferson Crum
b. 27 November 1846, Scott County, Indiana
d. 11 November 1920, Long Beach, California

m. 10 September 1873, Charlestown, Illinois
Mary J. Barnes

Children with Mary J. Barnes:

  • A.B.
  • C.J.
  • Olive C. married R.N. Morris
  • Sue V. married [–?–] Cradit

Thomas emigrated from Indiana in 1856.

Submitted by:
Dr. Eric C. Stumpf
Burr Ridge IL

Francis Marion Robertson

Francis Marion Robertson
b. 16 November 1822, Putnam County, Indiana
d. 29 November 1879, Ravenna, Mercer County, Missouri

m/1. 18 May 1849
Mary Ann Barnes
b. 24 May 1828
d. 28 August 1856

m/2. 14 April 1857, Putnam County, Indiana
Maria Louisa Osborn
b. 7 November 1840, Putnamville, Putnam County, Indiana to Jonathan Osborn and Mary Ann C MacDonald
d. 7 February 1894, Mercer County, Missouri

Children with Mary Ann Barnes:

  • Eliza Ann (1850-1868)
  • Sarah Ann (1852-1870)

Children with Maria Louisa Osborn:

  • William Francis
  • Joseph “George” Washington
  • Mary Rosamond
  • James Rheudolphes
  • Alice Josephine
  • John “Shike” Marion

Francis resided at Mt. Merian, Putnam County, and in Hendricks County, Indiana. He emigrated from Indiana in 1870 to Ravenna, Mercer County, Missouri.

The Robertson family traveled to Putnam County, Missouri, in the fall of 1870 by covered wagon. Francis had tuberculosis and was sick all the way.

Submitted by:
Bonnie Bartlett
Springfield OR