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Paul Henry Barnhart
Birth: Nov. 26, 1894
Livingston County
Missouri, USA
Death: Oct. 18, 1980
Livingston County
Missouri, USA

Paul is the son of Philip Henry Barnhart and Mary Ellen Lawler Barnhart. He married Etha Mae Shipley on March 21, 1922 in Tina, Missouri. They had one child, Margie Eileen Barnhart Banks.

From Rick Banks:
World War I
Wagoner, Battery C, 57th Coast Artillery Corps. Entered at Jefferson Barracks, Mo., Nov. 18, 1917; transferred to Fort Hancock, N. J., Dec. 13, 1917; sailed May 10, 1918. Fought at St. Mihiel Offensive Sept. 4-14, 1918; Meuse-Argonne Offensive Sept. 14-Nov. 11, 1918; battery positions at Lymeaux, Monceyville, Romagne, Beufort, Avocourt, Cuisay, Montfaucon, Epinville. Returned to U. S. Jan. 14, 1919. Discharged at Camp Grant, Ill., Feb. 1, 1919. Gassed in the Battle of the Argonne Forrest.

Paul Barnhart was a farm worker and served as a Rural Letter Carrier for 30 years before retiring in 1957.
Family links: 
  Philip Henry Barnhart (1867 - 1948)
  Mary Ellen Lawler Barnhart (1874 - 1960)
  Etha Mae Shipley Barnhart (1903 - 1988)
  Margie Eileen Barnhart Banks (1925 - 2013)*
  William Christopher Barnhart (1892 - 1966)*
  Paul Henry Barnhart (1894 - 1980)
  Mary Opal Barnhart Kerr (1897 - 1988)*
  Claude Edward Barnhart (1900 - 1982)*
  Earl Nicholas Barnhart (1903 - 1970)*
  Olive Winona Barnhart Slayden (1911 - 1984)*
*Calculated relationship
Avalon Cemetery
Livingston County
Missouri, USA
Maintained by: Rick Banks
Originally Created by: Linda Howard
Record added: Sep 11, 2008
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Paul Henry Barnhart
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Paul Henry Barnhart
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Paul Henry Barnhart
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- Larry E. Barnes
 Added: Oct. 24, 2015
Thank you for your service to our country in the time of World War I.
 Added: Feb. 12, 2013
This page is sponsored by: Rick Banks

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