|Birth: ||Feb. 17, 1848, Scotland|
|Death: ||Jan. 4, 1908|
South Dakota, USA
Death of Mrs. William Barron
Mrs. William Barron, senior, died Saturday morning January 4 at home in Ward Township, of typhoid and other complications.
Miss Annie Forsythe was born in Banfshire, Scotland in 1848, and was married in 1868 to William Barron, came to Moody County in August, 1882.
Deceased was all and respected citizen of Moody County and her death is a sad loss are many relatives and friends. Among those left to mourn her loss her husband, sons and one daughter (Mrs. Brown) make their home in Canada.
The funeral took place from her home at 10:30 o'clock Wednesday morning and the remains laid at rest in Union Cemetery of Flandreau, Rev. John C. Liinton of the Second Presbyterian Church officiating.
Deceased was a member of the Presbyterian Church in Scotland and became a member of the church at Flandreau when they moved to Moody County.
William (1835 - 1909) and Anne Forsythe Barron (1848 - 1908) came to the United States from Banffshire, Scotland in August 1882 as a young couple with six children namely: William, Jr., James, Alexander, John, Annie, and George. They homesteaded in Ward Township. Three more children, Charles Reich (1884 - 1974), Henry Scott (1886 - 1974), and Mary Turner (1889 - 1984) were born on the Homestead. The older children left South Dakota and took up farming in Manitoba, Canada. Charles, Henry, and Mary were left with the farm after their parents death.
William Barron (1835 - 1909)*
Alexander Barron (1873 - 1914)*
Annie Barron Brown (1877 - 1928)*
Charles Reich Barron (1884 - 1974)*
Henry S. Barron (1886 - 1974)*
Mary T. Barron (1889 - 1984)*
South Dakota, USA
Created by: dells
Record added: Feb 17, 2012
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