|Birth: ||Oct. 2, 1844|
Des Moines County
|Death: ||Sep. 4, 1925|
Iowa City Press Citizen
Sept 8, 1925
Hold Funeral of W. I. Babb
Services for Former Iowa District Junge Held on Labor Day
MT. PHEASANT, la., Sept. 8— Funeral services were held here yesterday 'for Washington I. Babb, former district judge, state representative and democratic leader, who died at his home in Aurora,Ill.. The services were held at the home of Congressman W. F. Kopp, Mr. Babb's nephew.
Mr. Babb had made his home in Illinois for ten years.
He served one term on the twentieth district bench, was a Henry county member of the Iowa house, and candidate for governor on the democratic ticket in 1896. He was the first grand commander of the Knights Templar of Iowa, a memberof the G. A. R., and was for fifty-two years a trustee of Iowa Wesleyan college.
Miles Babb (1815 - 1852)
Mary Moyer Babb (1820 - 1895)
Mary Alice Bird Babb (1850 - 1926)
Max Wellington Babb (1874 - 1943)*
Miles Thorton Babb (1879 - 1967)*
Clara Belle Babb (1883 - 1890)*
Mary Alice Babb Ewing (1887 - 1983)*
Washington Irving Babb, Oct 2, 1844, Sept 4, 1925
Note: Washington Irving Babb, b. 2 Oct 1844, Des Moines Co., IA, d. Sep 1925, Aurora, Kane Co., IL, bur. 7 Sep 1925, m. Alice Bird, 9 Oct 1873, Mt. Pleasant, Henry Co., IA, G.A.R. Marker
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Washington Irving Babb died in Aurora, Kane County, IL (#2450349).|
Added: Oct. 31, 2011
He was the Regimental Quartermaster, Company E, 8th Iowa Cavalry. He enlisted on 24 Aug 1863 at the age of 20 from his home in Mount Pleasant, IA and was discharged on 13 Aug 1865 at Macon, GA. I am doing extensive research on every soldier in this unit. ...(Read more)|
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