Barber Family History & Genealogy

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Early Barbers

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1700 - 1755
1705 - 1765
1710 - 1731
1714 - 1797
1714 - 1793
1715 - 1747
1722 - 1782

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Sample of 20 Barber Biographies

Nov 10, 1916 - Unknown
Aug 15, 1919 - May 20, 1997
Sep 10, 1898 - September 1986
Jul 15, 1924 - Jul 18, 2011
Aug 20, 1919 - May 1977
Jul 12, 1954 - Nov 28, 1998
Oct 16, 1941 - Feb 1, 2008
Jul 23, 1920 - Apr 11, 2011
Dec 25, 1910 - May 1982
Oct 21, 1921 - Mar 15, 1996
May 27, 1945 - Nov 3, 1988
Mar 11, 1925 - Aug 1, 1990
Jul 11, 1926 - Jul 14, 2011
Dec 6, 1906 - February 1973
c. 1972 - Unknown
c. 1963 - Unknown
1830 - 1871
Unknown - Unknown
c. 1922 - Unknown

Barber Death Records & Life Expectancy

The average age of a Barber family member is 69.8 years old according to our database of 31,530 people with the last name Barber that have a birth and death date listed.

Life Expectancy

69.8 years

Oldest Barbers

These are the longest-lived members of the Barber family on AncientFaces.

Dec 10, 1843 - December 1958
114 years
Mar 25, 1861 - August 1970
109 years
Oct 23, 1888 - Feb 27, 1996
107 years
Aug 3, 1875 - November 1982
107 years
Feb 26, 1884 - Sep 16, 1990
106 years
May 6, 1896 - Nov 1, 2000
104 years
Oct 28, 1906 - Nov 18, 2010
104 years
Jun 27, 1904 - Apr 24, 2009
104 years
Dec 19, 1892 - Sep 24, 1997
104 years
Aug 25, 1882 - September 1986
104 years

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Arnold V. Barber, 92, died Monday, March 18, 2002, at the John Knox Rehabilitation Center, where he had been a patient for several weeks. Born October 10, 1909, in Starkdale, the son of Bonnie and Lewis Barber. He married Carmen Leslie, of Williamstown in 1935. Mr. Barber graduated from the University of Missouri Agricultural College in 1933 and was employed as an agricultural consultant in the Civilian Conservation Corp. (CCC) in 1933 in Princeton. He was a life-long member of the Monticello Lodge, several 4-H Clubs and Cattle Associations. He served primarily as a county Extension Agent for 37 years in Kansas and Missouri. After retiring he served as the livestock manager for American Royal, served three terms as the judge of the Northern District of the Lewis County Court and wrote and published several books depicting his service with the Extension Agency. Survivors include his wife; three daughters, Elaine Fisher, San Jose, Calif.; Jenanne Jenkins, Colorado Springs, Colo.; Cecile Moraad, Campbell, Calif.; two sons, Dr. Steve Barber, Overland Park, Kan.; and Dr. Alan Barber, Leawood, Kan.; nine grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren. Funeral services were held Saturday, March 23, 2002, at 10:00 a.m. in Langsford Funeral Home at Lee's Summit. Interment was in Providence Cemetery near Williamstown. Local arrangement were handled by Davis Funeral Home, Canton. Memorials may be made to the First Christian Church of Canton.
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Carmen Leslie Barber, 96, passed away on January 9, 2010, after a short illness. Born October 13, 1913, in Williamstown, Mo., she attended high school there, then attended Culver Stockton College in Canton, Mo. Following that she attended Kirksville State Teacher's College in Kirksville, Mo., where she received her master's degree. She taught high school English and art at A.C.C.H.S. in Effingham, Kan., for 17 years. After moving to Canton, Mo., she taught at the junior high school in Quincy, Ill. She was proceeded in death by her husband, Arnold Barber, to whom she was married for 67 years. She is survived by her five children (Elaine Fisher of San Jose, Calif.; Dr. Steve Barber of Kirksville, Mo.; Jenanne Jenkins of Leawood, Kan.; Dr. Alan Barber of Leawood, Kan., and Cecile Moorad of Discovery Bay, Calif.); nine grandchildren, and 12 great grandchildren. She is also survived by her sister Doris Lee of Naples, Fla., Jo Meyer of Collinsville, Ill., and her brother David Leslie of La Jolla, Calif. Carmen had an adventurous spirit and was especially fond of world travel, having gone around the world several times and on trips to Europe too numerous to count, where she made lifelong friends who to this day have acknowledged her importance in their lives. She had a great interest in other cultures and art. She studied French when she was 75, helped design a stained glass window for Culver Stockton College when she was 78 and went on a boat trip down the Zambize River in Africa when she was 82. She also served as state chaplain for the D.A.R. in 1985. Carmen's favorite thing was her family and the love and pride she took in them. Visitation is on Saturday, January 16, 2010, at 10 a.m. at Langsford Funeral Home, with service to follow at 11 a.m. Burial will be Monday, January 18, 2010, at 11 a.m. at the Providence Cemetery in Williamstown, Mo. The family suggests any donations in the name of Carmen Barber be made to: Providence Baptist Church, Williamstown, MO 63473.
Published in Kansas City Star on January 13, 2010
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Manda Barber
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My name is Manda Barber I was born to Kenneth (Wayne) and Sandra(Frazier) Barber on Oct 1975. My granddad was Kenneth Barber from Johnson Ks, his wife my grandmother Betty Barber also from Johnson Ks, I am look for more memebers of my Barber family if you may think you are my relation please let me know I would love to know more about my Barber family! Thank you for your help!!
Feb 06, 2010 · Reply
Mike Barber
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A history of the Barber family: According to my dad, John Mack Barber, he was named after his uncle John Mack Brown. Also, his dad, Calvin Albert Barber had a cousin named Bob Steele - both were famous actors in Hollywood.


Aug 28, 2009 · Reply
Melinda Brennan
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My x husband was born David W. Barber He was born Dec. 18 1960 or 61 he had a brother we called him Jerry Barber I believe his birth name was Gerald or Jerald Lee Barber they had two sisters Karen and Teressa Barber the were all given up for adoption they all were to young to know what happened. David W.WAS ADOPTED AT 18 YEARS OLD. Now he is David W. Brennan. Karen and Teressa who were just babies were adopted right away. Jerry Barber believed to one day reunite with his birth family never allowed himself to be adopted. I once looked at an old birth certificate of David Barber. It was hard to read but believe the birth name was Jenavieve Barber. I don't remember the fathers name. Any help in putting this family together would be wonderful. Thank you
Dec 10, 2008 · Reply
I'm a mmember of the Barber Family. But my story is a bit unusual. I was born in Detroit MI.
to James and Dorothy Barber so I thought. When I was ten years old my father told me I wasn't his daughter. My mother Dorothy Adcock Barber was in the kitchen. She came out with anger on her pretty face. They talked for a long time. As for me I was in shock I ran to my room and hid in my closet crying. Nothing more was said to me. As mother and dad had a way of pretending everything was just fine. After my father passed away my mother told me I was adopted. James Barber was my uncle. they had both wanted a child very much. I found out my birth mother was James Barber's niece. Channing Evans. I always thought she was my first cousin her mother Bea Barber who I thought was my aunt was actually my Grandmother, I didn't learn the truth until I was forty-five. I'm proud to be a member of the Barber family but
all of this caused alot of pain and sorrow, I recently had my DNA tested as I don't know who my birth father is I thought this could shed some light on the subject of course it couldn't give his name but it could give me some ethnic background, I found out I am 26% middle eastern
something that came as a big surprise. The Barber's are not middle eastern so my unknown father had to be. If any of you Barber's have any information concerning me I would appreciate any and all.
Jul 09, 2008 · Reply

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