May 21, 1921 Parkville Platte County Missouri, USA
Albert Barnes Byram, son of, Ebenezer Elias and Sarah Reeves (Hand) Byram. He passed away at the age of 77 years, 6 months and 20 days.
Albert Barnes Byram siblings are:
Aaron Milton Byram b. 1832 Eliza Whitaker Byram b. 1833 Delia Ann Byram b. 1835 Silas Naphthali Byram b. 1837 Hannah Marie Byram b. 1840 William Hand Byram b. 1846 Edward Herbert Byram b. 1855
Albert Barnes Byram married Mary Emiline Dawson on July 3, 1873. Mary Emiline Dawson is the daughter of Mathew and Hannah Dawson.
Albert Barnes Byram and Mary Emiline Dawson children are:
Albert Winifred Byram b. 1878 Ethel Byram b. 1881 Lulu Alma Byram b. 1883 Perry Leon Byram b. 1885 Margaret Winifred Draig Byram b. 1890 Ella K. Byram b. 1892
Albert graduated (class of 1874) from Iowa State University. In 1877 he graduated from McCormick Theological Seminary of Chicago. Albert Barnes Byram was the pastor of the First Presbyterian church at Greenvill, Illinois. He then went to Fremont, Nebraska, in 1880 and in the fall of 1881 to Edgar City, Nebraska and finally he then went to Craig, Nebraska in 1881 and in 1892 he went to Mound City Missouri. While he resided in Nebraska he was a charter member of Hasting Nebraska Presbytery.
He preached in the Okaw River District in an old house to very destitute people. He received unfriendly conduct on the pat of some of the wilder young men. On other time he was called upon to preach a funeral sermon for a suicide in the barroom of a saloon at Fremont, Nebraska.
He and his wife finally settled in Parkville, Missouri for a time so that his children might take advantage of the educational facilities of Park College.