Chapter 1

  1.  Lyman Chalkley, Abstracts From Records Of Augusta County, 
      Virginia (1745-1800) Arlington, Va.  Commonwealth Printing Co. 
      Vol I, page 430, Vol II, page 397, Vol III, pages 16,17.

  2.  Ibid, Vol III, page 502.  Grace Gilliam Davidson, Early Records of
      Georgia (Wilkes County) Vol I, page 16.  Johnson County, NC Wills,
      1779.  Wilkes County Georgia Wills 1806.  Georgia Land Grant Book DDD,
      page 355.

  3.  Frank B. Russell, Reese Kelso Watkins, His Ancestry and His 
      Descendants and Collateral Lines Smith Kelso Cleveland Bryan-Smith 
      Allison Outlaw 1973, pages 21, 25, 28.

  4.  Bedford County Virginia Deed Book C, page 40.

  5.  Lucian Lamar Knight, Georgia' Roster of the Revolution, 1967,  
      Baltimore:  Genealogical Publishing Company, page 375.
  6.  Louise Frederick Hays, Hero of Hornet's Nest:  A Biography of Elijah
      Clark 1733 to 1799, 1946, Hobson Book Press:  New York NY pages
      156, 157.

  7.  Georgia Genealogical Society Quarterly, Vol 9, No. 3, 1973, pages 

  8.  Vessie Thrasher Rainer, Henry County Georgia The Mother of 
      Counties 1972, pages 48, 49

  9.  Mary Bondurant Warren, The Georgia Genealogist, Vol II, 
      1969, page 44

 10.  From the original on file at Georgia Department of Archives and 
      History, Atlanta, Georgia.

 11.  Hays, pages 199, 200

 12.  Ibid, page 345

 13.  Georgia Surveyor General Department, Georgia Archives, Atlanta, 
      Georgia Grant Book DDD, page 355, 18 Sept. 1784, (500 acres), Wilkes 
      Grant Book III, page 2, 17 Aug. 1785 (690 acres) Franklin Co: Grant 
      Book ZZZZ, page 268, 26 Jan 1797 (500 acres) Oglethorpe Co.

Chapter 2

 14.  Marriage Records, Oglethorpe County, Georgia.

 15.  Georgia Military Records, 1779-1839, pages 24, 25, 26, 29, 32.

 16.  Marriage Records, Butts County, Georgia.

 17.  1850 Census, Butts County, Georgia.

 18.  Marriage Records, Butts County, Georgia.

 19.  1860 Census, Butts County, Georgia.

 20.  Marriage Records, Butts County, Georgia.

 21.  1850 Census, Butts County, Georgia.  Not named in will of George W. Barber

 22.  1880 Census, Butts County, Georgia.

 23.  Marriage Records, Butts County, Georgia; 1870 Census, Butt Co.Ga.

 24.  1850 Census, Butts Co. Ga. Not named in will of George W. Barber

 25.  1870 Census, Butts Co. Ga.

 26.  Marriage Records, Butts Co. Ga.

 27.  1850 Census, Butts Co. Ga. Not named in will of George W. Barber

 28.  1850 Census, Butts Co. Ga, Marriage Records, Butts Co. Ga.

 29.  1850 Census, Butts Co. Ga, Marriage Records, Hill Co. Tx.  Mr & Mrs
      Ken Townsend, Bentonville, Arkansas.

 30.  1850 Census, Butts Co Ga. Not named in will of George W Barber

 31.  Butts County, Georgia Folder, Georgia Department of Archives and 
      History, Atlanta, Georgia.

Chapter 3

 32.  1850 Census, Clarke County, Georgia.  Georgia Military Records 1779- 
      1839, page 185, 305.

 33.  D.A.R. Early Records of Georgia, "Christopher Orr Bible," Series 
      III, Vol. page 88, 89, Atlanta Ga. Archives.  Russell, pages 12,25

 34.  Marriage Records, Clarke County, Georgia

 35.  1850 Census, Clarke County, Georgia

 36.  Marriage Records, Clarke County, Georgia

 37.  Letter, Genevieve Barber Brown (Mrs. Rupert A.) to David Morgan
      24 March 1974

 38.  Georgia Department of Archives and History, Atlanta, Georgia, Civil
      War and Pension Records

 39.  Marriage Records, Clarke County, Georgia

 40.  Christopher Orr Bible.  Albert G. Pitner-Mrs Martha Barber Bible.
      1850 Mortality Census, Clarke County, Georgia, Georgia Archives, 
      Civil War and Pension Records.  Mrs. Carroll P. Denning, Maitland, 
      Florida,  Mrs. Ethel Norton Owen, (Mrs. John Skelton Owen) Birmingham, 

 41.  Russell, page 28.  Mrs. O. B. Wilson, Birmingham, Alabama.

Chapter 4

 42.  Mrs. C. C. Williams, The History of Jones County, Georgia, 1959, pages
      380-381, 464, 465, 690-692.  Georgia Society D.A.R. Miscelleneas
      Genealogical Records, 1967,  "Stiles Bible Records" pages 457-458.  
      Marriage Records, Jones County, Georgia.  1850 Census, Jones County, 

Chapter 5

 43.  Georgia Military Records, 1779-1839, pages 24, 25, 32

 44.  Stephen F. Tillman, Rennolds-Reynolds Family Roster, 1959, pages

 45.  Marriage Records, Madison County, Georgia.

 46.  Civil War and Pension Records, Georgia Archives, Atlanta Georgia.

 47.  1850 Census, Clarke County, Georgia.

 48.  1850 Census, Sumter County, Georgia

 49.  Marriage Records, Sumter County, Georgia.  1850 Census, Sumter Co Ga

 50.  Marriage Records, Clarke County, Georgia

 51.  Ibid.  Genevieve Barber Brown, Athens, Georgia

 52.  Stephen F. Tillman, page 307  (1959 edition)

Chapter 6

 53.  Marriage Records, Oglethorpe County, Georgia

 53A.  Southern Recorder, 16 August 1832, Milledgeville, Georgia

 54.  Marriage Records, Clarke County, Georgia

 55.  1860 Census, Sumter County, Georgia

 56.  Mrs. Dewitt B. Baker, Bedford, Texs.  Mrs. Albert G. Pabst Jr
      Dallas Texas  NSDAR #577497

Chapter 7

 57.  1800 Census, Oglethorpe County, Georgia, shows George Reynolds with
      wife and a daughter under 10 years of age.

 58.  Sallie Reynolds Matthews, Interwoven, A Pioneer Chronicle, University
      of Texas Press Edition, page 158.  1880 Census, Throckmorton Co Tx

 59.  Marriage Records, Chambers County, Alabama.  Interwoven and Reynolds 
      Rennolds Family Roster.  1850 Census, Shelby Co Tx  1860 Census, Palo 
      Pinto Co Tx 1880 Censu, Throckmorton Co Tx

 60.  Matthews, Interwovem

 61.  Leon Claire Metz.  John Selman: Texas Gunfighter, 1966, Hastings House
      Publishers, New York.  pages 52-60, 62-77, 82-88, 128, 211.

Chapter 8

 62.  _____ Smith.  History of Parker County, Texas 1877

 63.  1830 Census, DeKalb County, Georgia shows George Barber living there
      and next door was his son Sam R. Barber with wife and a young daughter

 64.  "Dennison Files", from the files of Velma Barber Dennison deceased,
      supplied to David W. Morgan by Mrs. H. D. White, Kearns, Utah.

 65.  Marriage Records, Palo Pinto County, Texas.  Interwoven, pages 57,59,
      68,119.  Mr. McLean had tuberculosis in 1868, and may have died soon
      after he made a trip from Texas to Colorado with the Reynolds brothers

 66.  "Dennison Files"  Interwoven, pages 10,27,53,62,149.  1880 Census
      Throckmorton Co Tx.  Death Certificate, Milton Flake Barber, Dept of
      Vital Statistics, Austin, Texas.

 67.  1860 Census, Palo Pinto Co, Texas.  Interwoven, pages 95,104

 68.  1870 Census, Parker County, Texas.  Barber Genealogy by Dr. George
      Perry Barber.

 69.  Chambers Co Ala. Deed Book 2, pages 250-251, deed of gift, WIlliam
      Centers to Samuel Barron, names William's children of 1838.

 70.  Marriage Records, Chambers County, Alabama

 71.  Marriage Records, San Augustine County, Texas.  1850 Census Shelby
      County, Texas.

 72.  1850 Census, Shelby Co Tx, 1860 Census, Throckmorton CO Tx, 1880 Census
      Palo Pinto CO Tx.  Marriage records, Chambers CO Ala.  Benjamin
      Billups, Las Cruces, New Mexico.  Marriage records, Nacogdoches CO Tx

 73.  1880 Census, Palo Pinto CO Tx,   Frontier Times "They Called it Content"
      (Runnels County, Texas) Feb-March 1971, pages 38-43, 62-63 by Juanita
      Daniel Zachry.

 74.  Hunt County Tx marriage records.  1880 Census, Palo Pinto CO Tx

 75.  1880 Census, Palo Pinto Co Tx.  B. E. Billups

 76.  Marriage Records, Johnson Co Tx.
 77.  Benjamin E. Billups, Las Cruces NM

 78.  Marriage Records, San Augustine County, Tx.  1850 Census, Shelby Co Tx
      Geneaology by Dr. George Perry Barber

Chapter 9

 79.  "McKenzie FIles"  From the files of Roberta McKenzie (Mrs. Donald E)
      which includes marriage records of Texas and California, correspondence
      from descendants, etc.  Acampo, California.

 80.  Silas H. Barber Family Bible - see chapter 14

 81.  1899 Creek Indian Census Card of Robert T. Barber. Also see Part 
      III of this genealogy

 82.  Silas H. Barber Family Bible, John C. Barber Creek Indian application
      see part III

 83.  Letters in possession of Robert McKenzie, Acampo, California

Chapter 10

 84.  Dr. Barber's grandfather, George Barber Jr was in Sabine County, Tx
      in 1840, when he appears oh the tax digest in that county owning
      109 acres and five slaves.

 85.  "Dennison Files" of Velma Barber Dennision.

Chapter 11

 86.  James Barber will, 1847, Clarke County, Georgia

 87.  1850 Census, 1860 Census, Talladega Co ALA. 1870 Mortality Census,
      Polk County, GA.  Marriage records, Clarke Co. Ga.

 88.  1880 Census, Polk County, Georgia

 89.  Deed Records of Clarke County, GA.  Allen signs as witness to deeds
      as "Allen Barber JP" from 1836-1840.  No commission as a justice of
      the peace has been found.  Allen Barber disappears from Clarke County
      tax digest in 1841, as his daughter Susan Jane married in Tallapoosa
      County, Alabama in 1843.

 90.  Mortality Census, 1870, Polk Co Ga.  1880 Census, Polk Co Ga

 91.  1850 Census, Talladega County, Alabama.  Marriage Records, Talladega
      County, Alabama.  1860 Census, Talladega County and cemetery records
      of Talledega County, Alabama.

 92.  1850 Census, Talladega Co Al, 1860 Census, Talladega Co Al.  Marriage
      records, Tallapoosa Co Al

 93.  1880 Census, Haralson County, Georgia

 94.  1850 Census, Talladega County, Alabama.  Marriage Records, Talladega
      County, Alabama. Civil War Records, Georgia Archives, Atlanta, Georgia
      1870 Census, Lumpkin County, Georgia

 95.  1870 Census, Polk CO Ga.

Chapter 12

 96.  Van Wert, Georgia Cemetery.  1840 Census, Paulding Co Ga. 1850-1860
      Census, Polk CO Ga.  Polk CO Ga folder, Georgia Archives, Atlanta

 97.  Ledger of the Eagle Tavern, Watkinsville, on microfilm at Georgia
      Archives, Atlanta Ga

 98.  Rockmart Centennial Book, Rockmart, Georgia

 99.  Bobby L. Lindsey, The Reason For the Tears:  A History of Chambers
      County, Alabama, 1832-1900.  1971 Hester Printing Co. West Point Ga
      page 212.

100.  Marriage Records, Paulding Co Ga.  Polk County Ga folder, Georgia
      Archives, Atlanta, GA.

101.  Barber Family Bible, in possession of Mrs. Lorabess Doddenhoff.
      1850-1880 Census, Polk CO Ga.  Van Wert Ga cemetery.  Marriage records
      Polk CO Ga  Greenwood Cemetery, Cedartown, Georgia.

102.  Mrs. Judson Crabb Barber, Cedartown, Geogia

103.  Rose Hill Cemetery, Rockmart, Georgia.  Marriage Records, Polk Co
      Ga.  Mrs. Mary F. Bidez, Savannah, Georgia.  North West Georgia
      Historical and Genealogical Society, vol 3, No.  1 Jan 1971,  pages

104.  Ibid.

Chapter 13

105.  Death Certificate, Robert Sanford Barber, Department of Vital
      Statistics, Austin, Texas.  1850 Census, Talladega Co. Ala.

106.  Marriage records, Rusk County, Texas.

107.  Civil War Records, Texas State Library, Austin, Texas.

108.  1860-1880 Census, Limestone County, Texas.  Marriage records,
      Limestone County, Texas.

Chapter 14

109.  1850 Census, Nacogdoches County, Texas.  Marriage records, Nacogdoches
      County, Texas.

110.  Marriage records, Nacogdoches County, Texas.  Silas Barber performed
      a marriage in 1856 in the Linn Flat District, Nacagdoches County, Texas
      as a Justice of the Peace.

111.  National Archives

112.  Kiefer cemetery, Kiefer, Oklahoma.  Robert's second wife is buried
      beside him and a Mary A. Grimsley is buried beside Alice, and is
      old enough to be Alice's mother.  see chapters 9 and 17 of this

113.  Marriage records, Hill County, Texas.  1880 Census, Hill County,
      Texas.  see chapter 17.  Creek Indian application of Benjamin A.
      Barber, 1896, on file at Bureau of Indian Affairs Muskogee, Ok

114.  Silas H. Barber Family Bible.  Creek Indian Census Card, 1901, of
      John C. Barber.  See chapters 9 and 17 of this genealogy.

115.  Marriage records, Navarro County, Texas, marriage records, Hill
      County, Texas

116.  Mrs. Agnes Coker Doherty (Mrs. William L.), Tulsa, Ok.  Creek Indian
      application of Martha S. Coker, Aug 5 1896, on file at the Bureau
      of Indian Affairs, Muskogee, Oklahoma.

117.  Information on children of Tinsley Elizabeth Posey Stinson Barber
      provided by Wayne Stockton, Bartlesville, Oklahoma, and Ruby Barber
      Partain, Tulsa Ok.  Wayne had slides of all the Indian papers mentioned
      in this genealogy.

Chapter 15

118.  Pearl Barber Howard Bible, owned by Jack M. Howard, OKC

119.  1880 Census, Comanche County, Texas

120.  Testimony of James Monroe Barber before the Dawes Commission, 1904.
      Indian papers of Pearl Barber Howard and Doris Barber Powell, Bureau
      of Indian Affairs, Muskogee, Oklahoma

121.  Mrs. Davis. D. Barber, Oklahoma CIty, Mrs. Alma Clark Barber, 
      Tulsa, OK, Mrs. June Barber Stone, Tulsa, OK, Mr. Jack Mason Howard, 
      OKC, Mrs Doris Barber Powell, Ft. Worth Tx. Mrs. Wanda Hughes 
      Hollis, Pryor, OK. Honest Ridge Cemetery, Limestone County,Texas.

122.  Charles Wood Pension #R 11801.  Wood-Woods Family Magazine, Vol. II
      Issue #3, page 89-97.  Vol. I, pages 2,3.

123.  John Sumner Wood Sr, The Wood Family Index, 1966, page 124.  Marriage
      records, Limestone County, Texas, 1880 Census, Limestone CO Tx.

Chapter 16

124.  Mrs. Davis D. Barber.  Personal knowledge of the author.

125.  Ibid

Chapter 17

126.  1850 Census, Nacogdoches County, Texas.  1860-1880 Census, Limestone
      County, Texas.  Marrage records, Pike County, Georgia

127.  Bobby L. Lindsey, The Reaason for the Tears, 1971, page 72.  Plat
      book, Chambers County, Alabama.

128.  Reprints of Biographies from The Lone Star State, Lewis Publishing
      Co. 1893, biography of Thomas B. Posey.

129.  Marriage records, Limestone County & Nacogdoches County, Texas.  
      "McKenzie Files" of Roberta McKenzie, Acampo, CA. which includes
      interviews of Mrs. Louis C. Hill with Mrs. Dan Dove and Miss Ruth
      Hicks.  Horn Hill Cemetery, near Groesbeck, Texas.  1860-1880 Census
      Limestone County, Texas.

130.  Wayne Stockton, Bartlesville, Oklahoma

131.  Creek Indian application of George W. Stinson, 1896

132.  Miss Ruth Hicks, Groesbeck, Texas

133.  Civil War Records, Texas State Library.

134.  Mrs. Ora Posey Nielsen (Mrs. Leroy F> American Fork, Utah.
      Kiefer Cemetery, Kiefer, Oklahoma

135.  Wayne Stockton, Bartlesville, Oklahoma

136.  Ibid.

137.  Floyd Franklin Posey and Betty Sue Drake Posey, The Posey Family
      in America, 1971. (Meet Your Ancestors: 1011 Windsor Dr 
      Hattiesburg, Mississippi) page 132-137. 

Chapter 18

138.  Mrs. Ora Posey Nielsen, American Fork, Utah.  Creek Indian Census
      card of Albert W. Posey.

Chapter 19

139.  Virginia Thompson Brittain, The Berryhill Family in America, 1968.

140.  Bobby L. Lindsey, The Reason for the Tears, 1971, pages 71-72

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