Samuel BARR 1743
Cause of his death was paralysis.20
Noted events in his life were:
• Cemetery, Nov 1900, Liberty Township, Gage County, Nebraska, USA. 1784 in the Liberty Cemetery.
• Obituary, 23 Nov 1900, Elmo, Nodaway County, Missouri 64445. 1785 Samuel Barr, a former resident of Nodaway county, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Albert Outhier, of Barnston, Nebraska, Nov. 8, 1900. He was stricken with paralysis last June, from which he never recovered. He was born October 31, 1826, in Butler county, Pennsylvania. In 1852, he married Mary A. McMahon of Adam county, Ohio, who with six children, two girls and four boys survive him. They are: Frank M. and Arthur P. of Bloomington, Neb., Mrs. Laura Pike, Mrs. Emma Outhier and Cyrus of Barnston, Neb., and Robert L. of Elmo. Mr. Barr lived a long time in Lincoln township, having come here in 1870, they lived North of Elmo about three miles, and stayed there perhaps 25 years. After that they lived in Adair county, Mo., and there to Nebraska, where he died.
Samuel married Mary A. McMAHON in 1852.1783 (Mary A. McMAHON was born on 27 Jun 1831,1784 died on 4 Oct 1907 1784 and was buried in Oct 1907 in Liberty Cemetery; Liberty Township, Gage County, Nebraska, USA 1784.)