|Captain David BARBER
Other names for David were David Humphrey, Captain and Sr.
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1 Genealogy of Our Barber Family 1614-1965, Lucy James COLE, Genealogy of Our Barber Family 1614-1965, 5th Generation. David b 12 Jul 1746 m Sarah Lawrence d 1783 Hubbarton Vermont, injured in battle of Bunker Hill (OUR ANCESTOR)...
David Barrber -5 (son of Dr Samuel -4, Samuel -3, Thomas -2, Thomas -1) born 12 Jul 1746 Simsbury Connecticut died 1783. Married Sarah Lawrence (dau of Samuel and Patience Bigelow Lawrence) born 31 Jul 1750...
David Barber, son of the 3rd Samuel and Tryphena Barber, born in 1746, died in 1783, married Sarah Lawrence, who after his death married William Dyer of Hubbarton Vermont. David and Sarah Lawrence Barber had six children viz David Humphrey died in 1860, Tryphena died in 1802, David in 1814, Levis in 1833, Timothy in 1851, and Luther born in 1783 died in infancy...
David was a Revolutionary soldier. After the battle of Lexington in which he engaged and not wounded, he marched on to Massachusetts and engaged and was wounded in the battle of Bunker Hill. He was never strong after this injury and when moving his family from Simsbury Connecticut to Hubbarton Vermont in passing over some rough road in helping to lift a wheel on their stalled wagon he was fatally wounded and died beefore they reached their destination. His wife afterwards married William Dyer of Hubbarton, Rutland, Vermont. Davied buried in Rutland County Cemetery. [Reference pg 84 Barber Genealogy & Family Record written by his grandson, Levi Barber.].
2 Rouse Family of Belpre Ohio, Rouse Family of Belpre Ohio, David Barber. ...Elizabeth (Rouse) Barber b 16 Jun 1772, d 28 Jun 1831, m 15 Feb 1803 Levi Barber b 16 Oct 1777, d 23 Apr 1833, son of David & Lucy (sic) (Lawrence) Barber of Massachusetts or Vermont...
3 Record of Service of Connecticut Men in the Revolutionary War, Record of Service of Connecticut Men in the Revolutionary War, David Barber. Record of Service of CT Men in, I, War of Revolution
p15: ...From the Town of Lebanon...David Barber, Private, No Days in Service 15...
p53: [Regiment raised on the first call for troops by the Legislature at special session of Apr-May 1775. It was recruited in Windham Co...Marching in May by companies to the camps forming around Boston, it was stationed during the siege in Putnam,s Center Division at Cambridge until expiration of term of service 10 Dec 1775. In Jul it was adopted as Continental. A detachment of the officers and men was engaged at Bunker Hill, as stated in teh note on the battle appended to the last Company; a few men also joined the Quebec expedition. In re-enlisting troops for service in 1776, this regiment was reorganized with Benedict Arnold, then before Quebec as Colonel.]
Field And Staff:
Colonel...Israel Putnam...Pomfret...Com 1 May; also Capt of 1st Co...
p56: 6th Company: James Clark...Captain...Lebanon... Com 1 May; engaged at Bunker Hill; Disc 18 Dec 1775
Thomas Bill...Ensign...Lebanon...Com 1 May; engaged at Bunker Hill; Disc 18 Dec 1775...Privates...David Barber...Enlisted 7 May...Discharged 10 Dec...
p623: "Notice to March- 'In Consequence of Orders Rec'd from Bridg'r Gen'l Wolcott this Day, you are ordered forthwith to Draught by Rotation, one-half of the able Bodied affective men in your Company under fifty years of age and you are to See they are Compleatly (sic) Furnished with Arms, Amunition (sic), Blankets, & Knapsacks & march to Peekskill to be holden in Service Six weeks after they arrive there unless Sooner Discharged. You will Order the Men you Draft to Muster Thirsday (sic) Next at Nine O'clock in the Morning at the Meeting house in the First Society in Farmington, to March under your Command.
Farmington 17 Sep 1777, To Capt Rezin Gridley, From Noadiah Hooker Lt Col.'
[Inhabitants of the Town of Windsor and Belonging to the Eighth Co or Train Band in 1st Regt of Militia]
David Barber Capt,...Griswold...Phelps...
The Following Persons of Simsbury Belonging to the 3rd Military Comp'y in 18th Regt Under Comm'd of Capt Job Case]
4 Military Service Records, Military Service Records, Revolutionary War Military Records. M881 284 Roll: 6th Connecticut Regiment Ensign 31 Aug - 25 Dec 1777,
M881 377 Roll: Gallup's Company Connecticut, Revolutionary War, Sergeant, Card Number 37077690, Capt. Gallup's Co. 31 Oct 1776,
M881 368 Roll: Gallup's Regiment Connecticut.
5 Ancestry and Family Connections of David Byers Barber, David Byers Barber, 1879
, David Barber. Daniel, son of David and Sarah Lawrence Barber removed to Ononadaga Co New York with Joab Lawrence Esq 1795, where he was married Jan 1797 to Hannah daughter of William Cobb Esq of Marcellus New York. She was born 1779 died 1828. Daniel met with fatal accident with horses. They resided and brought up family in Onandaga Co New York.
The inscriptions on their tombstones, Marcellus New York, 'In Memory of Daniel Barber who departed life 24 Aug 1828 aged 47 years. William Cobb, father of Hannah, and David Barber her husband's father, fought side by side at Bunker Hill.
6 Lineage Book, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Lineage Book, Vol XX, 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.
7 Connecticut Barbers, Donald S Barber, A Genealogy of the Descendants of Thomas Barber of Windsor Connecticut, McDowell Publications, Utica NY, Pg 24, 67. p24: Children of Samuel and Tryphena, born at Simsbury:
...61. David5, b 12 Jul 1746; m Sarah Lawrence...
p67: ...61. David5 Barber, b Simsbury CT 12 Jul 1746; d 2 May 1783; m Sarah Lawrence, b 31 Jul 1750, daughter of Samuel and Patience (Bigelow) Lawrence.
David was killed en route to Hubbardton VT, when after his team became stalled he tried to assist them by lifting a wheel of the wagon, with fatal results. Sarah m/2 William Dyer of Hubbardton, and had 2 sons. David and Sarah first lived in West Simsbury CT.
David lived in Norfolk in 1767 when he received land there from his father. Later the family lived in Castleton and Hubbardton VT. Sarah and her children reached Castleton in 1783 and moved to Hubbardton in 1784.
David was a soldier in the Revolutionary War, and was at the Battle of Bunker Hill. [Ref: Barber Gen; Barber Gen #2; Rutland Co Gazeteer, Child; LR: Norfolk]...
Children of David and Sarah, born at Simsbury...
8 Barber Genealogy, Lillian May Wilson, Ed, Sect I Descendants of Thomas Barber of Windsor Connecticut 1614-1909, Publ John Barber White, Haverhill Mass, Press of the Nichols Print, 1909 clxiv 659ph 24cm, 10-11369, CS71.B24
, Pg 84. David Barber (Dr.Samuel4, Samuel3, Thomas2, Thomas1) b. 1746; m. Sarah Lawrence, dau. of Samuel and Patience (Bigelow) Lawrence, who was b. July 31, 1750. In 1783 David Barber and his wife removed with their family from Simsbury, Conn., to Hubbardton, VT. In passing over some bad roads on their journey, the team became stalled and in trying to assist by lifting a wheel of the wagon, David was fatally injured and died before they reached their destination. The widow afterward married William Dyer of that place...
The records of Simsbury show that a David Barber married Deborah Adams, and it has been assumed by some historians that this was David, the son of Dr. Samuel, mentioned above. No public record of this marriage had yet been found, and it is more than likely that it was burned at Canton. But that the wife of David Barber was Sarah Lawrence, is abundantly proven by the records and events in the family history of his descendants.
Miss Julia Barber (No. 2264) of Charleston, WV, who with her brother, Levi Allen Barber, has made careful study of this branch of the family, writes on this point as follows:
`I remember hearing my father and his old Uncle David H Barber (No. 671) who married Clarissa Whelpley, talking of her (Sarah Lawrence) when I was a young girl. He told my father of her second marriage to William Dyer, which my father had not known of before that time (1857). She had two sons by her second husband, one named Lawrence Dyer.'
As this old Uncle David H. was the eldest son of David and Sarah (Lawrence) Barber, he would be unquestionable authority as to his mother's name.
Miss Barber states that her grandfather, Daniel, after the death of his father, lived with his cousin Joab Lawrence, who was a son of Sarah Lawrence's brother Bigelow, and that the Lawrence relatives have visited at her father's house, one of them, Edmund Lawrence, being present at his golden wedding.
She further writes, `Bigelow Lawrence's picture is in Clarks, Onandaga, and father has shown it to me with almost veneration.'
It is probable that the David Barber who married Deborah Adams is David (No. 193) son of Isaac and Martha (Adams) Barber.
9 Barber Descendents, Linda Jean Engle, Barber Descendants
, Descendants of Thomas Barber.
10 History of Norfolk Litchfield County, History of Norfolk Litchfield County 1744-1900 From Esq Mills' Papers, David Barber. David Barber, who married Sarah Lawrence, located on Loon meadow road; their children: Humphrey, Tryphena, Daniel, Timothy. Levi, removed to Ohio, and has since been a member of Congress.
Database: Full Context, Ancestry.com.
11 Holcombe Family Genealogy, James and Randal Holcombe, Holcombe Family Genealogy, (http://www.holcombegenealogy.com/
), Descendants of Thomas Holcombe. 1254. David5 Barber (Samuel4, Sarah3 Holcombe, Nathaniel2, Thomas1) (1908) was born in Simsbury, CT July 12, 1746. David died May 2, 1783 at 36 years of age.
He married Sarah Lawrence. Sarah was born July 31, 1750. Sarah was the daughter of Samuel Lawrence and Patience Bigelow. DAR record number 19307.
David Barber and Sarah Lawrence had the following children:
2837 i. David Humphrey6 Barber(1909) was born in Simsbury, CT March 15, 1770.
2838 ii. Trypnene Barber was born 1773. Trypnene died 1802 at 29 years of age. She married E. Whipple.
+ 2839 iii. Daniel Barber was born April 1, 1775.
2840 iv. Levi Barber(1910) was born in Simsbury, CT October 16, 1777.
2841 v. Timothy Barber(1911) was born in Simsbury, CT 1780.
2842 vi. Luther Barber(1912) was born 1783. Luther died young.
12 Ibid, Descendants of Michael Humphrey. 127. David5 Barber (Tryphenia4Humphrey, Samuel3, Samuel2, Michael1) was born on 12 Jul 1746 at Simsbury, Hartford Co., CT. He married Sarah Lawrence, daughter of Samuel Lawrence and Patience Bigelow. He died on 2 May 1783 at age 36.
DAR record number 19307.
Children of David5 Barber and Sarah Lawrence were as follows:
i. David Humphrey6; born 15 Mar 1770 at Simsbury, Hartford Co., CT.
ii. Trypnene; born 1773; married E. Whipple; died 1802.
281. iii. Daniel, born 1 Apr 1775 at Simsbury, Hartford Co., CT; married Hannah Cobb.
iv. Levi; born 16 Oct 1777 at Simsbury, Hartford Co., CT.
v. Timothy; born 1780 at Simsbury, Hartford Co., CT.
vi. Luther; born 1783; died young.
13 American Biographical Library The Biographical Cyclopædia of American Women, American Biographical Library The Biographical Cyclopædia of American Women, Vol II, Pg 621.
14 International Genealogical Index, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, IGI, (Copyright (c) 1980, 1997, data as of February 1997), IGI Birth 7105432-39-1235158 and 7450304-002891. Born Father Samuel BARBER 12 Jul 1746 Simsbury Hartford Connecticut.
15 Barber Genealogy, Lillian May Wilson, Ed, Sect I Descendants of Thomas Barber of Windsor Connecticut 1614-1909, Publ John Barber White, Haverhill Mass, Press of the Nichols Print, 1909 clxiv 659ph 24cm, 10-11369, CS71.B24
, Pg 84. David Barber (Dr.Samuel4, Samuel3, Thomas2, Thomas1) b. 1746; m. Sarah Lawrence, dau. of Samuel and Patience (Bigelow) Lawrence, who was b. July 31, 1750. In 1783 David Barber and his wife removed with their family from Simsbury, Conn., to Hubbardton, VT. In passing over some bad roads on their journey, the team became stalled and in trying to assist by lifting a wheel of the wagon, David was fatally injured and died before they reached their destination...
16 Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots, Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots, Capt David Barber. Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots
Name, Cemetery, Location ,Reference
BARBER, David, Center Cem, Barkhamsted CT 62, Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots, Vol.1, p. —Serial: 12556; Volume: 7
BARBER, David, Palisado Cem, Windsor CT 55, Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots, Vol.1, p. —Serial: 11912; Volume: 4
BARBER, David Capt, Windsor CT 15, Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots, Vol.1, p. —Serial: 6924; Volume: 14
Database: Ancestry.com 29 Jul 2000.
17 International Genealogical Index, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, IGI, (Copyright (c) 1980, 1997, data as of February 1997), IGI Birth 7450345-002931. Father Samuel LAWRENCE 31 Jul 1750 Simsbury Hartford Connecticut.
18 Ancestral File Ver 4.19, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998, v4.19 10CL-X49. Sarah LAWRENCE, Born 31 Jul 1750 Simsbury Hartford CT; 10CL-X2V: Sarah LAWRENCE, Born 12 Sep 1745 Killingly Windham CT.