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Lewis David "Lew" Barbarick was born near Third Creek,MO. He was the 2nd of 7 children born to Joseph Henry Barbarick and Elizabeth "Manerva" Jane Shockley. He married Melvina Susan Catherine Caroline "Kate" McKinney ( daughter of Thomas McKinney & his 2nd wife, Elizabeth Scott) 8-28-1873 in Gasconade County,MO. They moved to Osage County, near St. Aubert. They had 9 children; James Barbarick, Arinda Lida "Lide" Barbarick Wilson, Joseph Barbarick, Ethel Barbarick, Elsie Mae Barbarick Quick, Robert Barbarick, Eva Augusta Barbarick Branson, Ora "Myrtle" Barbarick Talbott and Hubbard Oquin "Hub" Barbarick. Ethel & Robert both died in childhood. Kate died in 1899. Lew then moved to Brookline,MO and married Mary Elizabeth "Lizzie" (Branson) Boyd. He lived there until his death

Facts about Frederick Barbarick

Birth:  May 25, 1824 Gasconade County Missouri, USA Death:  Feb. 25, 1900 Gasconade County Missouri, USA

Joseph H Barbarick, Sr. was the 8th of 9 children of Elizabeth Walter & Frederick Barbarick.

Frederick was left an orphan at an early age & reared by strangers. When about 25 he moved from Cabarrus County, North Carolina to Indiana, lived there about 2 years before moving to Illinois. He removed 3 years later to Gasconade County & located on Crider's Creek.

His son, Joseph, was married on 22 Feb. 1849 to Manerva Jane Shockley, who passed in 1865 leaving 7 children. Manerva died three days after giving birth to a daughter, Manerva Jane Jr.. Joseph's second marriage was to Hannah Manerva Branson. Hannah was first married to Thomas Jefferson Shockley Jr., the brother of his first wife, Manerva Jane. To this union was born a daughter, Cassa Jane. His third and final marriage was to Olivia Catherine Anderson (nee Branson), the sister of Hannah.

Since 1849, Joseph has lived on his present farm & is now the owner of 400 acres of good land. In 1861 he joined Company A MO State Militia & served 6 months as sergeant. About 8 years prior & during the Civil War he served as justice of the peace. He has always been an industrious & upright citizen, plus an earnest advocate for the cause of education.

Excerpt from a book on the history of Gasconade County.

Family links:   Parents:   Frederick Barbarick (1786 - 1863)   Elizabeth Walter Barbarick (1790 - 1860)    Spouses:   Manerva Jane Shockley Barbarick (1828 - 1865)*   Hannah M Branson Barbarick (1843 - 1885)*   Olivia Catherine Branson Barbarick (1839 - 1897)*    Children:    Barbarick*   Martha Ann Barbarick Branson (1849 - 1886)*   Lewis David Barbarick (1854 - 1922)*   Thomas Jefferson Barbarick (1856 - 1920)*   James Frederick Barbarick (1859 - 1949)*   Elizabeth Margaret Barbarick Drewel (1861 - 1943)*   Sarah Manerva Barbarick Kamper (1863 - 1887)*   Minerva Jane Barbarick Branson (1865 - 1953)*   Cassa Jane Barbarick Kilgroe (1870 - 1952)*    Siblings:   Matilda Barbarick Shockley (1810 - 1865)*   Margarett A Barbarick Cox (1812 - 1834)*   Frederick Barbarick (1815 - 1855)*   Alexander P. Barbarick (1820 - 1881)*   Joseph Henry Barbarick (1824 - 1900)  

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  Burial: Oak Grove Cemetery Saint James Phelps County Missouri, USA  

posted 18 Mar 2018 by Laurlei Babb   [thank Laurlei]
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