|Birth: ||Mar. 27, 1845|
|Death: ||Apr. 12, 1924|
Contributed by Dennis Brandt:
John Myneer Barrick was born in Perry County, the son of George B. & Mary Ann (Raffensberger) Barrick. In 1860, he was a farmer living in Oliver Township, Perry County, and stood 5' 4" tall and had dark hair and hazel eyes.
A Civil War veteran, he enlisted and mustered into federal service in Philadelphia February 9, 1864, as a private with Battery G, 3rd Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery (152nd Pa), and honorably discharged with his company June 26, 1865.
He married Catherine Wertz in 1867 and fathered Dennis L. (b. 04/14/70), William Harvey (b. 11/02/73), Samuel Wesley (b. 12/20/74), and Charles Melvin (b. 01/21/79).
Additional info furnished by Dennis Brandt from his record at the National Archives:
A Civil War veteran, he first served as a private with Co. B, 36th Pennsylvania Militia July 4 - August 11, 1863. He then enlisted and mustered into federal service at Philadelphia February 9, 1864, as a private with Battery G, 3rd Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery (152nd Pa). He was captured at Deep Bottom, Virginia, May 18, 1864, and incarcerated at Andersonville, and paroled at Savannah, Georgia, November 26, 1864. He reported to Camp Parole, Annapolis, Maryland, December 3, granted furlough April 29, 1865, and honorably discharged by general order June 26, 1865.
George Barrick (1811 - 1899)
Catherine Wertz Barrick (1846 - 1907)*
Samuel Wesley Barrick (1871 - 1920)*
William Harvey Barrick (1873 - 1954)*
Charles Melvin Barrick (1879 - 1942)*
Annie M Barrick*
Mahala Barrick Free (1842 - 1904)*
John Myneer Barrick (1845 - 1924)
William O Barrick (1847 - 1905)*
Maintained by: Family Tree Climber
Originally Created by: Beth Quigley O'Brien
Record added: Apr 29, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 89274886
John was a Prisoner of War at Andersonville and he did survive the ordeal of the terrible Civil War and his imprisonment. He is my grandother's uncle.|
Added: Jul. 19, 2012