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Barbericks in Revolution

Barbericks in Revolution

Posted: 18 Dec 2004 12:56AM GMT
Classification: Query
In the North Carolina Revolutionary War Account Books I found Christian Barberick and Leonard Barberick. Leonard was paid for mending a wagon and also paid for services. Christian Barberick was paid for providing Beef. Did Christian die in the Revolutionary War? In the history of Cold Water Creek in NC it says that Christian Barberick perished on the way to Charlestown.

Re: Barbericks in Revolution

maggie (View posts)
Posted: 23 Jan 2005 6:34PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: McDowell, Lannon
This is interesting! Does it have any children listed?
I'm looking for a Robert Barbericks birth location.
I'm thinking that Robert was born in approx. 1870 era.
His wife was Muarl (McDowell) from Flushing, MI
I'm persuming it was his second wife. I have located Robert and Mural in a census in 1930 living in Detroit , MI area.
Muarl is buried in the McDowell plots in Flushing MI and no
obit is listed on her she had died in dec. 1965. My G-Uncle Alva Lannon was married to Muarl in 1916 and approx. divorced by 1919. I'm wondering if Alva and Muarl had children together, we have located a picture of Alva with a daughter Faye, and am unsure if Muarl had adopted her out.
I have not found any records or census with Muarl having children or Alva Lannon. Murals parents were Melton and Carrie McDowell. If anyone has any inform on Alva or Muarl McDowell, or Barberick (Robert) birth area I would be able to pursue these areas of marriage for Robert and Muarl , and possibly find a divorce area for Alva and Muarl. Any help would be greatly appreciated. quaderer@peoplepc.com
Thank You Maggie

Re: Barbericks in Revolution

Gabrielle Hrin (View posts)
Posted: 18 Jul 2005 8:26PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Barbarick
Barbarick researchers believe that Christian Barbarick was the father to Frederick Barbarick who relocated to Gasconade Missouri around 1820 or so. Family history has record that Frederick was orphaned at a young age (Frederick was born in 1785). I have a will abstract of Christian's estate which dates his death around 1788.

Is this information consistent with his estimated death in the Cold Water Creek records?

Thanks!

Re: Barbericks in Revolution

Posted: 16 Apr 2006 12:48AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Berberich, Barbarick
Gabrielle,
I am just wondering about the info. in your post a little. I am trying to piece together the information on Frederick's line, since it is also mine. I, also, have seen rumors that he was "orphaned," but his mother remarried in 1791, apparently, and had another daughter, so I wonder why Frederick wasn't included in her household. Any guesses? His mom was still alive when her second husband died, in 1799....all according to rumor, because I am trying to verify all this information that is out there without trying to get to NC myself. I have info. on Frederick's son's line - Joseph Henry Barbarick, if you are interested at all. Many thanks!

Re: Barbericks in Revolution

Gabrielle Hrin (View posts)
Posted: 24 Apr 2006 9:10PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Barbarick
Sorry it took so long to respond ...

I was able to find two references to Frederick as an orphan in the Cabarrus Pleas and Quarter Sessions. He was first bound as apprentice to Robert Anderson, Blacksmith, for 3 years and 6 months. Then in 1802, "he was to be in the care of James Scott until he is of age and to be provided for by the county. Indenture with Robert Anderson is void."

His mother probably could not afford to raise him. I did find where she became a widow the second time but I haven't found anything further on the daughter. Also, I have yet to find concrete proof that Frederick is for sure the of Christian.

Thanks!

Re: Barbericks in Revolution

Posted: 12 Jul 2006 10:29PM GMT
Classification: Query
Jennifer,
I am interested in info on Joseph Henry Barbarick. His third wife, Olivia Branson Anderson, was my great great grandmother. Do you know if they had any children? She was 45 when they married, so it is not that likely. However, in Olivia's obituary it is mentioned that Miss Emma Barbarick returned from St. Louis on account of the death of her mother. Have you heard of this Emma? Also, do you know where Joseph is buried? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
Jane

Re: Barbericks in Revolution

Jennifer Sokol Blosser (View posts)
Posted: 14 Jul 2006 5:07AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Barbarick, Branson
Jane,
I am asking my "source" for Barbarick information about Olivia and whether they had any children. I will let you know what he says. Seems likely from what you said is in her obituary. Joseph Barbarick is buried in the Oak Grove Cemetery in Rolla, MO. He has a big monument as his tombstone. He died on February 25, 1900. I will let you know more soon, hopefully!

Best,
Jennifer
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