|Birth: ||May 18, 1764|
|Death: ||Jan. 8, 1865|
Revolutionary War soldier in Whitehead's Virginia Militia from Southampton County, Virginia.
Married Mrs. Prudence (Freeman) Dunn (1754-1815).
Barham's 1833 pension application can be read online at pension application
Prudence Freeman Barham (1754 - 1815)
Susanah E Barham McKoin (1798 - 1874)*
Front side: JAS. BARHAM / WHITEHEAD'S / VA. MIL. / REV. WAR / MAY 18, 1764 / SOUTHAMPTON / COUNTY, VA. / JAN. 8, 1865 / GREENE / COUNTY, MO.
Back side: (Barham Coat of Arms--the shield includes bears and a stork or other bird on top of the helmet. The motto given is "Fortis et Patiens.")
*Note this marker was erected sometime in the early 1980s and replaces an earlier marker that had been erected at the time of his death.
Mount Pleasant Cemetery
Created by: Family Finder
Record added: Sep 15, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 21561651
James Barham:Just prior to this death in Greene Co Missouri, James was cited by President Abraham Lincoln as one of the last surviving Rev War soldiers! he moved to Greene Co Missouri about 1846 to join children who had migrated about 1837 to Greene Count...(Read more)|
Added: May. 24, 2013
To my 3rd great grandfather. He was a special person. What a great family & descendants he had.|
Added: May. 15, 2013
thank you to my 6th great grandfather for being such a great man and solder.Rest in peace grandpa.|
Added: Apr. 10, 2013
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