|Birth: ||Aug. 8, 1804|
New Jersey, USA
|Death: ||Feb. 14, 1894|
Charles can be found in 1830 in Salem (now Conneaut), Ashtabula, Ohio and in Youngstown, Ohio on the 1840-1880 censuses. He and Almira have one more son Charles Henry b.before 1830 in Salem, who dies young. After Almira dies, he marries second, Jane O Carlisle who has a child, Mary E Geyer. Mary Geyer (Mary E Barr Hoover) takes the surname of Barr and her mother dies in 1865 of cancer of the face. She marries Peter Hoover in 1861. In 1866 Charles marries for the third time, Julila Pauley. Children from the third marriage are Eliza and Ella. He appears in the Youngstown city directory up through 1883/84, so he appears to have left Youngstown between 1882 and 1883. Then he appears in the 1885 Nebraska State Census living with his son, James A Barr and family in Nebraska City, NE. He is buried 16 Feb 1894 and the plot is owned by James A. Barr.
The Nebraska City Daily News, 15 Feb 1894;
The Nebraska State Journal, 16 Feb 1894
From his obituaries, he states that he was part of the convention that first nominated Garfield. This would probably have been the Ohio Republican Convention of 1862 held in Garrettsville, OH. It was at this convention that Garfield was first nominated to run for the U.S. House of Representatives.
Ella Barr Cox Varner Lambert was born in Youngstown, OH to Charles and Julila Pauley. Ella had two children, Roy H Cox, and Blanche Varner, who was raised by Charles Lambert, Ella's third husband. Ella died 24 Jan 1949, in Seattle, WA.
Roy H Cox grandson of Charles.
Almira Woodworth Barr (1803 - 1844)
George Washington Barr (1831 - 1893)*
William M Barr (1833 - 1885)*
James A Barr (1836 - 1914)*
Eliza L Barr Taylor (1867 - 1934)*
Ella Barr Lambert (1869 - 1949)*
Note: No tombstone found
Created by: Genealogy Liz
Record added: Jul 08, 2011
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