Colonel David BARBER
- Born: 19 May 1799, , Onondaga, New York, USA
- Christened: Chester, , Ohio, USA
- Married: 14 Jun 1827, Grahams Station, , Ohio, USA
- Died: Harmar, Washington, Ohio, USA
Lineage Book, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Vol XX, 1897, p113-114, Miss Julia Barber, 19307: "Born in Chester, Ohio. Daughter of David Barber and Lydia Newell Stanley, his wife. Granddaughter of Daniel Barber and Hannah Cobb, his wife. Great granddaughter of David Barber and Sarah Lawrence, his wife...
"David Barber (1746-1783) left the field where he was plowing and responded to the first call for troops. He was born in Simsbury Connecticut; died in removing to Vermont."
Descendants of Levi Barber- LJE Jun 2001:
"...From Lucy James COLE Flemming's writings: 'David (Daniel) 6th generation (father of Col David Barber who lived many years in Chester Meigs Co Ohio and now in Harmar Ohio) Born 1 Apr 1775 Died 21 Dec 1814 aged 39 years...'
"...Children of David-Daniel Barber and Hannah Cobb are:
"...Col David Barber born 19 May 1799 Onondaga County New York...In 1819 he went to Harmar Ohio and lived with his uncle Levi until 1823 when he began business at Chester Ohio...He married Lydia Newell Stanley 14 Jun 1827 in Grahams Station Ohio...They resided at Chester until 1845 when removed to Harmar Ohio where they are now living (1879)."
David married Lydia Newell STANLEY on 14 Jun 1827 in Grahams Station, , Ohio, USA. (Lydia Newell STANLEY was christened in Grahams Station, , Ohio, USA.)