|Birth: ||Jan. 11, 1831|
|Death: ||Jul. 29, 1912|
Lieutenant in Company E, 13th Regiment, Tennessee Calvary.
"BARRY, Peter L.
Peter L. Barry was born in Johnson County January 11, 1833, the son of Charles and Abigail (Razor) Barry, the former, a native of Davie County, N. C., the son of John, a native of Dublin, Ireland, and a teacher by profession. He died during the war of 1812 at Mobile, Ala. The father was born in 1799, a pioneer farmer and iron-worker of East Tennessee. His death occurred in 1863. The mother was born in 1799 in Johnson County, the daughter of John Razor, of German descent. She was a devoted Christian, and the mother of five sons and five daughters. She died in 1876. Our subject is a self-educated man, and grew up on the farm, working in his father's iron-works until he was conscripted into the Confederate service. While at Knoxville under Col. Blake he was on a furlough home, and afterward joined the Federal Army as second lieutenant in Company E, Thirteenth Tennessee Cavalry, serving two years. He now cultivates his farm, which embraces over 200 acres, and contains quantities of iron. He is a minister of the Christian Church, and in 1861 married Mary, a daughter of David M. Stout. Their children are Robert F., Amanda A., Dave M., Catharine and Alexander.
Source: Goodspeeds History of Tennessee - Unicoi Co TN 1887"
Mary A. Stout Barry (1845 - 1936)*
Elbert L. Barry (1868 - 1888)*
David M. Barry (1875 - 1888)*
Hales Chapel Cemetery
Created by: Melissa Clayton Key
Record added: Nov 04, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 61118561
a Civil War soldier|
Gay Hobt Morton
Added: Feb. 16, 2015
2Lt Peter L. Barry, Company E, 13th Tennessee Volunteer Cavalry, USA. Enlisted and mustered in October 13, 1864 at age 32. The Union Forever!|
Added: Sep. 3, 2013
Melissa Clayton Key
Added: Mar. 14, 2012