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Louisa Young <I>Quinn</I> Barber

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Louisa Young Quinn Barber

Birth
Nineveh, Johnson County, Indiana, USA
Death
25 Apr 1911 (aged 72)
Milton-Freewater, Umatilla County, Oregon, USA
Burial
Milton-Freewater, Umatilla County, Oregon, USA Add to Map
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Louisa Young married a Quinn and had a child Jacob Edward Quinn Dec 1857. She Then married Jonathan J. James who already had two children John and William Millard James. He Joined the Military during the civil War and died leaving her to raise the three children then later Phillip and Louise.
then a few months later she married Thomas Y. Barber who was a judge with five children he had already from a previous wife and then they merged all those children and traveled west having more children of their own and they settled in Milton Freewater, Umatilla, Oregon where they died. the James children are listed on the 1880 census asJ. Barber, an protection umbrella till they were of age

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Mrs. Louise Barber, a well-known pioneer of this section of the northwest, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. F.M. Kent on 23 April 1911. Mrs. Barber was born in Indiana in 1838. She came to the Walla Walla Valley with her husband in 1879 and lived here the greater part of the time. Survived by nine children - Mrs. F.M. Kent of Milton, Mrs. Myrtle Davis of Oakesdale, Mrs. A.E. Still of Vancouver, B.C., C.A. Barber of Colfax, R.R. Barber of Spokane, Edward Barber of Elgin, OR; William J. Barber of Deer Lodge, Mont., and Mrs. L. Weston of Spokane.

Spokesman-Review
May 5, 1911
Louisa Young married a Quinn and had a child Jacob Edward Quinn Dec 1857. She Then married Jonathan J. James who already had two children John and William Millard James. He Joined the Military during the civil War and died leaving her to raise the three children then later Phillip and Louise.
then a few months later she married Thomas Y. Barber who was a judge with five children he had already from a previous wife and then they merged all those children and traveled west having more children of their own and they settled in Milton Freewater, Umatilla, Oregon where they died. the James children are listed on the 1880 census asJ. Barber, an protection umbrella till they were of age

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Mrs. Louise Barber, a well-known pioneer of this section of the northwest, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. F.M. Kent on 23 April 1911. Mrs. Barber was born in Indiana in 1838. She came to the Walla Walla Valley with her husband in 1879 and lived here the greater part of the time. Survived by nine children - Mrs. F.M. Kent of Milton, Mrs. Myrtle Davis of Oakesdale, Mrs. A.E. Still of Vancouver, B.C., C.A. Barber of Colfax, R.R. Barber of Spokane, Edward Barber of Elgin, OR; William J. Barber of Deer Lodge, Mont., and Mrs. L. Weston of Spokane.

Spokesman-Review
May 5, 1911


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