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Ada C Carmichael Barrett
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Birth: Feb. 28, 1880
Death: Oct. 11, 1968
Gibson County
Indiana, USA

Columbus Republic 12 Oct 1968
Mrs. Ada C. Barrett, 88, Dies Friday

Mrs. Ada C. Barrett, 88, widow of the Rev. Euphrates Barrett, former pastor of the Hope Methodist church, died Friday at Gibson General hospital at Princeton. She lived at Petersburg.

Funeral services will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday at the Harris funeral home in Petersburg, conducted by the Rev. Loren Maxwell and the Rev. Floyd Haislup. Graveside rites will be at 2 p.m. Monday at the Hope Moravian cemetery.

Bron Feb. 28, 1880, Mrs. Barrett was the daughter of Amos and Charlotte Anthony Carmichael. She was married to Rev. Barrett and after his death Jan. 20, 1939, she was married to Amos Barrett. He also preceded her in death.

Surviving are a son, Robert Barrett of Columbus; three daughters, Mrs. Marie Branson of Connersville, Mrs. Ruth Ferguson of Oakland City and Mrs. Wilma Thompson of Manhattan, Kan.; two stepdaughters, Mrs. Mildred Feeley of Beaumont, Calif., and Mrs. Katie Lou Parker of Princeton, 18 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren.
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  Euphrates Barrett (1870 - 1939)*
  Robert C Barrett (1916 - 1993)*
*Calculated relationship
Moravian Cemetery
Bartholomew County
Indiana, USA
Plot: Lot 57 on Hill-Row 9-Center Sec.
Created by: Mark E. Wirey
Record added: Jun 03, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 27309021
Ada C <i>Carmichael</i> Barrett
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Ada C <i>Carmichael</i> Barrett
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Ada C <i>Carmichael</i> Barrett
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