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James Barham
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Thank you for your service to our young nation
- Revolutionary War Veteran
 Added: Jul. 3, 2017

- GenealogyGirl
 Added: Jul. 3, 2016
Rest in Peace
- Claudia D'Aquin
 Added: Jul. 3, 2015

- GenealogyGirl
 Added: Jul. 3, 2015

- Julie Linn Sims
 Added: Jul. 3, 2015

- KeeperOfThePast
 Added: Jul. 3, 2015
In Memory of my 5th great grandfather. Thank you for your service for our country.
- Erin (Barham) DeHart
 Added: Jul. 3, 2015
To my 6th great grandfather who fought for the freedom we enjoy today. Thank you.
- Linda
 Added: May. 5, 2015

- icedobe
 Added: Feb. 9, 2015
Fourth great grandfather of Danny Benson
- Kathryn McCormick Benson
 Added: Nov. 8, 2014
In appreciation for his service...
- searcher
 Added: Oct. 27, 2014
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 County, Missouri after KY & TN. "James Barham was a great favorite of people in Greene County for he was a fine talker and told of his many war adventures and pioneer days in North Carolina and Kentucky. He also delighted in hunting and fishing and kept a pack of hounds to help him in his hunting excursions when he lived in Kentucky.....It is said that at 100 years of age he could still ride horseback for a distance of 20 miles. It is further stated by family members that he never wore spectacles (eyeglasses) and at 100 years of age could shoot game at the distance of 100 yards."DAR info to join:Soldier in Virginia . Member: Ann Elizabeth Perfect Cantwell Rinard, No. 331413. More information will be in the Ruddick File, 6105338Father: James Barham b: 1730 in Southampton Co., VA Mother: Mary Thorpe b: 1734 in Southampton Co., VA Bolling Dunn Bible lists all 6 of John Edmond Dunn & Prudence Freeman's children. They were: Rebecca who died before her father; Edwin 29 MAR 1775 in Va died 2 NOV 1864 in Logan County,KY- Burial: Dunn Cemetery-Logan County,KY; Lavina ca 1777 who married Rev. Daniel T. Barham; Lewis b ca 1779 died ca 1835 Logan Co KY; Elizabeth ca 1781 & John ca 1783, who was born after his father's will was written or after his father died. Lavinia married James Barham's cousin Rev. Daniel Barham. Marriage 1 Prudence Freeman b: 3 MAR 1754 in Sussex County, VirginiaMarried: 20 OCT 1785 in Wake Co, North Carolina Children Charles Abraham Barham b: ABT 1786 in Stokes County, North Carolina Sarah "Sally" Barham b: ABT 1788 Phoebe Barham b: ABT 1791 James Freeman Barham b: ABT 1791 in North Carolina married to Margarette "Peggy" Holbrook and had James Barham b: 7 FEB 1825 in Logan County, Kentucky (m. Mariah Ellen Slagel), Sarah R. Barham b July 1826 Logan, Kentucky (married Curtis Williams in Greene, Missouri), Joel H. Barham b: 2 MAY 1832 in Kentucky, Barbara L. Barham b: 3 JUL 1833 in Kentucky, Phoebe Barham b: ABT 1836 in Kentucky Susannah Barham b: 17 April 1794 William Barham b: 14 October 1796 m. Susannah Fortner After Prudence Freeman died 1 January 1815, James Barham married Elizabeth Houston on 11 SEP 1815 in , Logan, KY.
- susan aldridge
 Added: May. 24, 2013
To my 3rd great grandfather. He was a special person. What a great family & descendants he had.
- D. Franks
 Added: May. 15, 2013
thank you to my 6th great grandfather for being such a great man and solder.Rest in peace grandpa.
- Daniel Wilkinson
 Added: Apr. 10, 2013
In memory
- Sue Allen
 Added: Oct. 21, 2011
In loving memory of my 5th great-grandfather and the service he rendered to our Nation at Yorktown.Sandra McKinnon Loridans
- Sandra McKinnon Loridans
 Added: May. 26, 2010
In Memory of my 5th Great Grandfather.
- Daddy's Girl
 Added: Feb. 2, 2010

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