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James Henry Barnard
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Birth: Oct. 5, 1856
Jackson County
Missouri, USA
Death: Feb. 24, 1930
Yakima
Yakima County
Washington, USA

JAMES BARNARD CEM C 7 SE 4
Given the nearby graves of his children I believe this to be the grave of James Henery Barnard, born 5 Oct 1856 in Jackson County, Missouri and died 24 Feb 1930 West Broadway, Yakima, Washington. He was the son of Solomon Barnard and Susan Charity Glass. He was married to Helen Hazeline Whitaker (probably buried nearby)and was father to Martin Luther Barnard, Harry Bithel Barnard and Mary Etta Barnard Groenig.

 
 
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 Parents:
  Solomon Barnard (1834 - 1865)
  Susan Charity Glass McLeod (1837 - 1913)
 
 Spouse:
  Helen Hazeline Whitaker Barnard (1862 - 1936)*
 
 Children:
  Martin Luther Barnard (1879 - 1913)*
  Harry Bithel Barnard (1890 - 1970)*
  Mary Etta Barnard Groenig (1898 - 1991)*
 
 Siblings:
  Mary Elizabeth Barnard Willcox (1854 - 1882)*
  James Henry Barnard (1856 - 1930)
  Phoebe Jane Barnad (1858 - 1858)*
  Martha Ann Barnard (1859 - 1859)*
  Jacob Marion Barnard (1863 - 1863)*
  William S. Barnard (1865 - 1931)*
  Ida May McLeod Moseley (1869 - 1949)**
  Emma Lee McLeod Schirk (1872 - 1934)**
  Isabelle E McLeod Metcalf (1878 - 1925)**
  Rose Etta McLeod Richards (1878 - 1963)**
 
*Calculated relationship
**Half-sibling
 
Burial:
Terrace Heights Memorial Park
Yakima
Yakima County
Washington, USA
 
Created by: A Moore
Record added: May 27, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 52919190
James Henry Barnard
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