|Birth: ||Feb. 25, 1857|
|Death: ||May 1, 1936|
Obit., "Warrensburg Standard-Herald", Warrensburg, Johnson County, Mo., Friday, May 8, 1936 - "Turner Dyson Barbee Mr. T.D. Barbee died at his home here Friday afternoon about 3:30 o'clock after an illness of several weeks. Turner Dyson Barbee, son of Ashby and and Ann Barbee, was born at Columbia, Mo., February 25, 1857. The family at that time was on their way from Virginia, seeking a new home in Missouri. They first settled near Concordia and afterwards near Marshall in Caline (sic) County, on a large plantation. In about his 20th year he was united with the Baptist church at Blackburn, in Saline County.
He was also a member of the Masonic and Odd Fellows fraternal orders. He was united in marriage to Lutie Wallace August 17, 1881. To this union ten children were born, two of whom died in infancy. The family located near Chilhowee in 1904, and Mr. and Mrs. Barbee took part in the founding of the Chilhowee Baptist church. Mr. Barbee loved his church. It is said he could listen to a sermon and repeat most of it, giving the scripture references from memory. He is survived by his companion,, and seven children: Mrs. Rosa Edna Jackson, Chicago, Ill.; Mrs. Sue Ann Boyer, Savanah (sic), Mo.; Mrs. Blanch Graham, Chilhowee; John, of Warrensburg; Emmit, of Clinton; Wallace, Knob Noster and Howard of Albuquerque, N.M. One daughter, Mrs. Bessie Atchison, died in 1923. He is also survived by three brothers, Robert T., San Francisco, Calif., H.M., St. Joseph, Mo., L.A. Seattle, Wash., nineteen grand children, five great grand-children, and a great host of neighbors and friends. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. George Newkirk with Rev. Golden Neely assisting at the Baptist church here Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. A quartet composed of Mrs. H.K. Downing, Mrs. Erie Journey, Mr. Journey and Mr. Burke Murray sang 'Sweet Bye and Bye', 'Jesus Paid It All', and 'God Be With You Till We Meet Again', with Mrs. Luther Preston at the piano; and Miss Opal Alpin sang 'Will the Cirle(sic) be Broken?' Flower girls were Meadames(sic) Ruth Evans, Ruth Coe, Ethel Coe, Iva McReynolds, Elma Murry and Jewel Stephens.
Pall bearers were: Frank Hancock, Guy McReynolds, Jim Smaltz, Frank Carpenter, L.R. Crumbaugh, and J.J. Wampler. Burial was in Carpenter cemetary(sic)."
Beale Ashby Barbee (1823 - 1910)
Ann Morgan Turner Barbee (1833 - 1890)
Lutie Davis Wallace Barbee (1861 - 1942)*
Susie Ann Barbee Boyer (1884 - 1977)*
Nannie Blanche Barbee Graham (1890 - 1986)*
John William Barbee (1894 - 1955)*
Emmett Ashby Barbee (1897 - 1974)*
Wallace Turner Barbee (1900 - 1988)*
Maintained by: Dennis & Jean Boyer
Originally Created by: Karlene Kost
Record added: May 28, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 14434015