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Roy Burdette Barber
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Birth: Oct. 15, 1898
Edgewood
Van Zandt County
Texas, USA
Death: Aug. 23, 1974
Dallas
Dallas County
Texas, USA

Roy Burdette Barber was a son of James Asberry Barber & Mary "Lucinda" (Rushing) Barber. Roy's grandparents were Francis ("Frank") Asberry Barber & Emily (Collinsworth) Barber and Barnabus "Strickland" Rushing & Mary Baldwin (Gregory) Rushing.

Roy Barber married Martha Leona Reynolds on 17 Sept. 1916 in Van Zandt County, Texas. Roy and Martha had two children together, a son and a daughter.

Roy Barber was a Baptist minister.
 
 
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 Parents:
  James Asberry Barber (1856 - 1900)
  Mary Lucinda Rushing Barber (1861 - 1926)
 
 Spouse:
  Martha Leona Reynolds Barber (1897 - 1970)
 
 Children:
  James "Loyd" Barber (1917 - 1999)*
  Oma Nadine Barber Littrell (1926 - 2008)*
 
 Siblings:
  James "Andrew" Barber (1880 - 1924)*
  Ada "Valeria" Barber Thomas (1882 - 1958)*
  Nellie Estelle Barber Keenan (1886 - 1983)*
  Mary "Ellen" Barber Heddins (1889 - 1978)*
  Hettie Celestia Barber Beard (1891 - 1975)*
  Bertha Emeline Barber Cox (1894 - 1964)*
  Fermon Monroe Barber (1896 - 1981)*
  Roy Burdette Barber (1898 - 1974)
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Oak Hill Cemetery
Edgewood
Van Zandt County
Texas, USA
GPS (lat/lon): 32.69808, -95.89147
 
Created by: R. J. Heddins
Record added: Feb 01, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 33473231
Roy Burdette Barber
Added by: R. J. Heddins
 
Roy Burdette Barber
Added by: R. J. Heddins
 
Roy Burdette Barber
Added by: R. J. Heddins
 
 
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