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Stephen Barneby (#47157980)
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Bio Photo I have been working on my family genealogy since I was in grade school. It's a fascinating hobby that really gets its hooks into you.

I am retired from both the Army and the Diplomatic Service. My wife and I split our time between homes in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania and Jarbidge, Nevada.

I have made a project of cataloging persons who lived in the gold mining town of Jarbidge, Nevada. Gold was first discovered there in 1909, and it became a fair-sized town until the mining petered out around 1941. Today it boasts a tiny year-round population, which swells considerably in the summer. If you have friends or relatives who lived there, I'd like to know about them. Pictures of people and of Jarbidge are always welcome.

Please feel free to use any information, including photos, that I have posted on Findagrave.
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DAH
RE: John Josiah Hatter
John: All I have is mention of the children born to Leonard and Matilda Adams Hatter, nine in all, and their birth dates with John Josiah being the first born 3 March 1839, in Highland County, Ohio. They are listed in a type written book by Mrs.(Myrtle) Robert Cushing (title, The family of Leonard Hatter, son of John Hatter)I believe it was written in or around 1960. She was the wife of a cousin of my father.

Dale Hatter
Added by DAH on Oct 09, 2017 1:54 PM
J.I. Byers
KEN HIEBERT
I KNOW HE WAS A NOMAD AT HEART. NEVER EVER MET A STRANGER AND WE ALL LOVED HIM AND WERE SO SHOCKED. I THOUGHT PERHAPS HE WENT TO IDAHO THINKING PERHAPS ONE OF HIS DAUGHTERS WAS THERE AND HE REUNITED. OUR FAMILY REALLY LOVED HIM AND MISSED HIM. WE SUFFERED THROUGH A HOUSE FIRE AND DEATH OF OUR LITTLE GRANDBABY. THE CORONER SHARED CLIPPING WITH ME AND SOMEONE IN JARBIDGE SENT THE FLAG TO OUR SON HERE IN THE VALLEY/ THANKS FOR COMMENTS!
Added by J.I. Byers on Oct 06, 2017 4:14 PM
J.I. Byers
Kenneth Allen HIEBERT
Thank you for showing the updated Jarbidge Cemetery Entrance. Ken was married to me in August 1972 in Scottsdale, Maricopa County, Arizona. With his first wife he had two daughters and with me he has both a son and a daughter. I know he worked in Jarbidge Nevada when I found out unexpectedly he had passed on. I know his friends helped him with Hospice and also for his cremation and burial site. His spelling of last name or surname was always Hiebert but other than that so much kindness! 10-6-2017 (second wife and family in Arizona)
Added by J.I. Byers on Oct 06, 2017 8:43 AM
Lowell Harris
RE: Richard Hillberg Photo
Your welcome.
Added by Lowell Harris on Sep 20, 2017 1:57 PM
Jim Herman
RE: Frank McCollor
Hi Stephan,
You're very welcome.
Doing F - a - G volunteer stuff, I am surprised at the number of people of some notoriety who end up with no headstone.
I believe there was once a stone with a nameplate on it, but going over all the similar stones we found, the nameplates were all gone.
Added by Jim Herman on Sep 14, 2017 9:05 AM
Wilma F
John Lockwood Gail
Hi Stephen,
My direct ancestor is Rhoda (Gail) Hutchinson. I have a photo of her and also Alta (Gail) Pockington if you are interested in copies. They are on their F.A.G. pages.
I also have an old tin-type which does not have people identified. I thought they kind of looked by Rhoda. Did you have any other photos of the Gail's for me to compare to? The two women in photo are dressed in fancy clothing. Since Gail's were farmers, it seems unlikely.

Wilma Fineberg
Added by Wilma F on Sep 05, 2017 9:45 PM
sheryl milam
RE: Charles Strong
Hi ! Your very welcome ! Others have done this for me, as well as dug thru archived records. I like walking cemeteries. The head stones tell a story. Im glad I could be of help.
Best wishes...
Sheryl
Added by sheryl milam on Aug 29, 2017 5:31 PM
Joseph Denton Garwood
GO Army
0-5 !

I was fortunate to have LT Col (at the time) William E. Ward as our bat commander. He was an amazing leader. I love that man.

I've been researching my family history for over 30 years. The things we learn about our family is amazing. The military history alone fascinates. Obed Garwood...was in the NJ militia during the revolutionary war under the command of caps James Buchanon. 6th gen grandfather, William the conqueror....33 Gen grandfather...and so on. I believe I have more royal blood than the queen herself.

Go Army.

MANCHU!!!!

KEEP UP THE FIRE!!!!




JOSEPH DENTON GARWOOD
ARCTIC LIGHT
6TH INF DIV
5TH BAT 9TH REG MANCHU

1987-91
FT WAINWRIGHT AK
11C MORTARS
Added by Joseph Denton Garwood on Aug 24, 2017 4:37 AM
Marla Hart-Apodaca
My Web Site
Hi Stephen,

Since I don't have your email addy, so I would like you to invite my new web site and here is my web site www.IRISHHART.net All you need to join is to register first before I approve.

Thank you,
Marla Hart
Added by Marla Hart-Apodaca on Aug 07, 2017 11:31 AM
Wilma F
John Gail
Do you mind if I use your photo of John Gail Find A Grave# 45347831 in my Genealogy website?
I also posted a photo of Alta (Gail) Pockington, John's sister, on her Find A Grave page. If you want a scan, send me an email - wilma.fineberg@gmail.com
Added by Wilma F on Jun 13, 2017 11:04 AM
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