Biography of Moses G. Barber
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Barber, Moses G., Benson, was born in Benson on December 22, 1804. He was married in 1833 to Adaline Clark, of Orwell; who was born in 1806. They had a family of eight children, live are now living: Joshua D., Emma M. (married W. W. Chapman), Fanny A., Charles P. and Marcus M. Marcellus J., who enlisted in the 14th Vermont Regiment, and served until the return of his regiment, died at his home in 1863, with fever. Joshua served in the same regiment, but was discharged. James and Gilbert were G teachers and died in early manhood. Mrs. Moses G. Barber died in 1873. Moses G., was a son of Robert and Rebecca (Johnson) Barber, who were born in Worcester, Mass., and settled in Benson about 1790, where they erected their log house. Mr. Barber was a soldier in the Revolutionary army. He died in 1828, aged sixty eight years. They had eleven children; Moses is the only one living. Mrs. Barber died in 1856, aged ninety two years.

From:
History of Rutland County, Vermont
Edited by: H. P. Smith and W. S. Rann
D. Mason & Co., Publishers
Syracuse, N. Y. 1886


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