Edwin Noyes Barber (1806 - 1890)

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Birthplace: Groton, New London Co., CT, USA
Death: Died in IL, USA
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About Edwin Noyes Barber

According to an IGI record, Edwin Noyes Barber married Clarine Elizabeth Reed (1822-1885), in 1839 and had son Noyes Barber, born 1840 in Paris, Stark Co., Ohio and who died 1911 in California. Noyes married Sarah N. Adams in 1872 in Kansas City.

In the 1850 Census of Clark County, Illinois, Edwin N. Barber is 43, from Connecticut; with Clarine 27 Ohio; Noyes 10 OH; Adelaide 8; OH; Henrietta C. 6 Illinois; and Herbert 1 Illinois. Elizabeth F. Reed is 26 Ohio, widow. {p.168b

In the 1860 census for Marshall, Clark Co., Illinois, E. N. Barber is 53, clerk from Connecticut; with Clarine 32 Ohio; Noyes 19 OH; Adelaid 18 OH; Henrietta 16 OH; and Mary 5 Illinois. Hubbard B. Read is 37, merchant from Ohio, with Allice 11 Ohio. {p. 61 / 233 roll 162 HeritageQuest} NOTE: M. F. Reed, 44 from Ohio, is next door.

In the 1870 census for Marshall, Clark co., Illinois, Edwin Barber is 65, farmer from Connecticut; with 'Clanna' 48 Ohio; Adda 28 Ohio; and Mary 15 Illinois; Alice Reed is 30 Ohio, and Louisa Smith 20 is a servant. {p. 49 / 381 roll 195 HeritageQuest}

In the 1880 census for Marshall, Clark Co., Illinois, Edwin Barber is 73, born Connecticut (parents same); with wife Clarine 57 born Ohio (parents CT); and daughter Adelaide, 38 born Ohio (father CT, mother OH), single. Elizabeth Hall 17 is a servant. {p. 117a}

"Noyes Barber, Clerk of the District Court, was born in Stark County, Ohio, in 1840, and was raised in Clark County, Ill. In 1861, he enlisted in Company H, the Twenty-first Illinois Infantry, for thirty days; he then enlisted in Thirtieth Illinois, Company F, and served four years more, serving most of the time as Quartermaster Sergeant and Commissary Sergeant. After coming out of the army he located at Kansas City, and was in the stove and tin trade; came from there to Wyandotte and was employed as a salesman, and afterward engaged in the grocery business; then returned to Kansas City and was in a wholesale dry goods house for three years. In 1873, he came to Elk Falls, Howard County and engaged in the mercantile business. In 1880, he sold out and was elected Clerk of the District Court and was re-elected in 1882, being nominated both by the Republicans and Greenbackers and endorsed by the Democrats. He owns a farm of fifty acres near Elk Falls, and has about sixty head of cattle on the place. He was married in 1872, at Kansas City, to Miss Sarah N. Adams. They have four children - Clarine, Edwin, May and Neva. He is a member of the Elk Falls Lodge, No. 126, A., F. & A. M." {<http://www.kancoll.org/books/cutler/elk/elk-co-p3.html>}

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Edwin Barber's Timeline

1806
November 28, 1806
Groton, New London Co., CT, USA
1839
1839
Age 32
1840
January 19, 1840
Age 33
Paris, Stark Co., OH, USA
1872
1872
Age 65
Kansas City, MO, USA
1890
July 4, 1890
Age 83
IL, USA
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Marshall, Clark, Illinois, United States