|Birth: ||Oct. 2, 1830|
|Death: ||1912, USA|
Submitted By Roger Riggins:
Alfred M. Barber, born in Bath Township October 2, 1830. Married Sarah Vansickle of Bath on October 6, 1857. Engaged in the grain and produce business, was an original member and director of the Bank of Akron, vice president of the City National Bank of Akron and of the Akron Belting Company. Lived in a fine residence at the corner of North Prospect and Park Streets and owned a 280 acre farm in Copley Township.
FROM THE AKRON CITY DIRECTORIES:
Alfred M. Barber, commission, home - 150 S. Howard St.
Alfred M. Barber, (Barber & Grant), home - 107 N. Prospect St.
ALSO FROM THE 1880 DIRECTORY:
Barber & Grant, (Alfred M. Barber, Edwin R. Grant), grain & produce dealers, office & ware rooms - 150 & 152 S. Howard St.
Alfred M. Barber, grain & produce dealer and vice president of City National Bank and The Akron Belting Co., office - over 150 S. Howard St., Barber's Block, home - 107 N. Prospect St.
City National Bank, J.B. Woods - pres., A.M. Barber - vice pres., N.C. Stone - cashier, 102 S. howard St., Hall's Block, Akron, Ohio.
A.M. Barber, office - 50 S. Howard St., home - Crystal Lake, Ill.
1910 DIRECTORY same as 1905.
Sarah Van Sickle Barber (1831 - 1900)*
Plot: Mausoleum in Sec. 32 on hill.
Created by: Mr. Ed
Record added: Feb 21, 2001
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