The Bare Family
of
Preble Co Ohio, Clark &
Huntington County Indiana
(and other Indiana Bare Families)


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A recent research trip to Fort Wayne and a search of their records on
Preble Co Ohio revealed the Parents of Isaac Bare as:
Isaac Bare b 17-Sep-1818 Preble Co Ohio
           died 15-Feb-1881 in Polk Twp Huntington Co Indiana.
           m1 Oct 20 1843 Elizabeth Robertson 9 children
           m2 Oct 1, 1859 Lydia Marthena Thrift 12 children
           [Purchased Land patent on 4/1/1849 in Huntington Co IN]
   Jacob M. Bare b. c 1820
   Samuel T. Bare b c 1823
   David Bare b 1826 m Elizabeth ---
           [Purchased Land patent on 4/1/1849 in Huntington Co IN]

         

Isaac Bare son of Jacob and Mary (Wintrode) Bare



         

Huntington County Indiana Births

Name Father Mother County Gender Birth Date
Steven Anderson Chas. Phobe Bare Huntington Male 21 Feb 1910
Anderson Chas. Phoebe Bare Huntington Male 30 Apr 1906
Agnes Leota Bare Henry E. Daisie G. Hicks Huntington Female 16 Nov 1909
Albert Bare Henry E. Ricks Huntington Male 7 Oct 1905
Daisy Maude Bare Henry E. Daisy G. Ricks Huntington Female 11 Jun 1912
Daivid Oliver Bare Henry Daisy Ricks Huntington Male 19 Oct 1918
Edna Bare Henry E. Daisie G. Ricks Huntington Female 22 Sep 1908
George Bare Isaac L. Martha Owen Huntington Male 22 Feb 1904
Geraldine Bare Frank Lena Durbin Huntington Female 26 Feb 1918
Harry Edwin Bare Leon Martha Owen Huntington Male 7 May 1908
Kenneth R. Bare Frank Lena Durbin Huntington Male 21 Apr 1913
Lourette P. Bare Frank Lena Durfrior Huntington Female 3 Mar 1915
Paul C. Bare Ira Maud Billings Huntington Male 27 Jan 1891
Paul E. Bare Ira Maude Billings Huntington Male 27 Jan 1892
Roy Bare C. H. Mary Fisher Huntington Male 28 Dec 1902
Walter Alvin Bare Frank Lena Durbin Huntington Male 2 Mar 1910
Wardder A. Bare Henry E. Daisy G. Ricks Huntington Male 1 Aug 1915
Wilbur David Bare Ira Maude Billings Huntington Male 12 Feb 1893
Bare Ira S. Maud C. Billings Huntington Female 17 May 1886
Bare (Cirus) Alice Fisher Huntington Female 27 May 1887
Bare Ira Maud McVicker Huntington Male 12 Feb 1893
Bare J. E. Orpha Alberts Huntington Female 24 Aug 1893
Bare Dessie Bare Huntington Male 19 Mar 1894
Bare Frank S. Emma C. Zell Huntington Female 16 Dec 1895
Bare Andrew Ida Rarick Huntington Male 16 Feb 1897
Bare Frank Zell Huntington Male 3 Jan 1899
Bare Eli Sarah Farbaugh Huntington Female 8 Jun 1899
Bare Frank Lena Durbin Huntington Female 29 Jun 1904
Bare Frank Lena Durbin Huntington Female 29 Jun 1904
Bare David F. Durbin Huntington Male 2 Aug 1905
Bare David Durbin Huntington Male 2 Aug 1905
Bare Henry Daisy Picks Huntington Male 10 Apr 1907
Christman Orrill Florence Bare Huntington Male 7 Jul 1907
Devans Wm. Alice Bare Huntington Female 13 Oct 1893
Devens Wm. Alice Bare Huntington Female 13 Oct 1893
Dill Benj. F. Clara Bare Huntington Male 17 Jul 1883
Downey William F.     Sarah Jane Bare     Huntington Female 6 Aug 1887
Earle Edward Ellet John Dora Bare Huntington Male 1 Apr 1916
Mary E. Ellet John Dora Bare Huntington Female 18 Dec 1918
Wilber Ellet John Dora Bare Huntington Male 26 Jun 1917
Maud Garretson Milo H. Goldie Bare Huntington Female 18 Nov 1913
Carl Harris Elmer Marie Bare Huntington Male 2 Feb 1917
Edwin Harris Elmer Marie Bare Huntington Male 23 Apr 1918
Ruby Marie Johnson     Harry Novine Bare Huntington Female 22 Jun 1920
Lininger Ira Emma Bare Huntington Male 19 Aug 1894
Lininger Ira Emma Bare Huntington Male 19 Aug 1894
Lininger Ira O. Julie Bare Huntington Female 10 Dec 1902
Owen Elmer Minnie Bare Huntington Female 15 May 1909
Rathfon W. A. Iva Bare Huntington Female 29 Sep 1905

1850 Census Huntington County Indiana
 
 District 52 (Polk Township), Huntington County Indiana 28 August 1850
 
 461  461 Isacc Bare      31 M   Farmer    700  Ohio
          Elizabeth Bare  27 F                  Ohio
          Susan Bare       4 F                  Ohio
          Elizabeth Bare   1 F                  Indiana
          David Manford   25 M   Farmer    300  Ohio 
 462  462 David Bare      14 M   Farmer   1000  Ohio 
          Elizabeth Bare  29 F                  New Jersey
          Joseph Bare      6 M                  Ohio
          Jacob Bare       3 M                  Ohio
          Samuel Bare      2 M                  Indiana
 463  463 Peter Bare      34 M   Farmer    600  Ohio
          Eliza Bare      32 F                  Ohio    Cannot read & write
          Amanda Bare      1 F                  Indiana

Bethelem Township, Clark County Indiana, 31 October 1850

   3    3 John Bare       32 M   Farmer         Kentucky
          Jane Bare       38 F                  Kentucky
          Sarah Bare      10 F                  Indiana    attended school
          R. Barbara       9 F                  Indiana    sttended school
          Cynthia Bare     7 F                  Indiana    attended school
          Charles Bare     6 M                  Indiana    attended school
          Jacob H. Bare    2 M                  Indiana
   7    7 Thomas Bare     33 M   Farmer         Virginia
          Martha Bare     20 F                  Indiana
          Sarah Bare      72 F                  Virginia
          James O. Bare   16 M                  Virginia
         

The Indiana Herald
23 Mar 1881, Page 4, Column 4:

Isaac Bare, an old settler of Polk township, who died on the fifteenth day February, was at the time of his death the father of fifteen children. On last Wednesday, March 16, this twenty-first child was born, it weighting thirteen pounds at birth. He was married twice. The first time in Preble Co., Ohio, where he removed to this Co. . His first union resulted in nine additions to his family, of whom but one is now living. His second marriage resulted in twelve additions to the family, of whom ten are living. Mr. Bare was one of the stalwart Republicans of Polk township, and his six boys will file in year after year and increase the ranks of the grand old party three of whom will be old enough to vote at the next presidential election. He will not only be missed by his family, but the community will miss a king friend and neighbor, and the Republican party a good worker.

         

Huntington Herald Press
Sunday January 1, `

          D. Franklin Bare, 74, 603 Elm street, died at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Huntington Co. hospital, where he was take an hour earlier. He had been in poor health for some time and seriously ill since Friday. Bare was born March 16, 1881, in Polk township to Isaac and Lida Thrift Bare. Survivors include the wife Lena, South Bend; two daughters, Mrs. Bertha Dowler and Mrs. Gladys Patas, both of south Bend; four sons, Eugene, Alvin, Kenneth, and Don Bare, all of South Bend; seven grandchildren, five great-grandchildren. Bare, a native of Huntington Co., lived 20 years in South Bend before moving to Fort Wayne 10 years ago. he lived in the home of his sister-in-law, Mrs. Christie Bare of this city since November 7. He was a former employee of Studebaker company, South Bend. The body was removed to the Bailey mortuary where friends may call after 7 p.m. Saturday and where services will be at 2 p.m. Monday with the Rev. E. R. Fisher, officiating.

         
          Huntington Herald Press
          Sunday May 5, 1957          
          Mrs. Mary L. Bare
          Died at South Bend

      Mrs. Mary Lena (Magdalena) Bare, 68, a former resident of Andrews, died Friday, noon a the Burbridge nursing home in South Bend, where she had resided 33 years. She had been ill 12 years. Mrs. Bare was born June 13, 1888, in Andrews. She married David Franklin Bare, who preceding in death in December, 1955. Survivors include four sons, Eugene, Alvin, Kenneth and Donald Bare, two daughters, Mrs. Betty Dowler and Mrs. Gladys Pappas, all of South Bend and two sisters, Mrs Josephine Zimmerman, Hammond, and Mrs. Marie Bundy of North Dakota. Friends my call at the Orvis funeral home in South Bend where funeral services will be conducted at 10 a.m. Monday, the Rev. Lester Sumerall officiating. Burial will be in the Riverside Cemetery, Andrews.



Huntington Press
23 January 1917, Page 2:

MRS. LYDIA M. BARE IS 
    DEAD NEAR ANDREWS

     Mrs. Lydia M. Bare, 77 years old, died yesterday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock, of complications following a fall about sixteen months ago, when she suffered a broken hip, near her home three and one-fourth miles south of Andrews. The funeral will be Thursday leaving the residence at 10 o'clock for services and burial in Monument City where the Rev. Ira E. Long, paster of the Church of the Brethren of Andrews, of which Mrs. Bare was a member, will have charge.
      Mrs. Bare was born on August 29, 1839 in Dilford county, North Carolina to Mr. and Mrs. William Thrift. She came to Huntington county when she was 18 years old and married Isaac A. Bare in 1858. He died thirty-six years ago. Twelve children, five of them dead, were born. Those surviving are Ira C. Bare, of Benzee county, Michigan; Mrs. Minnie Owens of Andrews, Lin Bare, of Andrews; Henry Bare, of Polk township; Charles U. Bare, of Polk township; Mrs. Phoebe Anderson of Andrews, and Frank Bare of Huntington. Also thirty-eight grand children and thirteen great grandchildren are living. Mrs. Samuel McIntyre, of Marion, Ind., is a step daughter.
      Two sisters, Mrs. Emeline White and Mrs. Laura Wright and two brothers Ovid and Lindsey Thrift, all of North Carolina are living.



Huntington Herald
23 January 1917, Page 2:

MRS. LYDIA M. BARE DIES;
    INVALID 16 MONTHS

CAME TO THIS COUNTY WHEN
EIGHTEEN YEARS OLD—
FUNERAL THURSDAY
IS SURVIVED BY 7 CHILDREN

   Mrs. Lydia M. Bare, who had lain in bed sixteen months due to a facture of the hip, died Monday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock at her home in Polk township, three and one-quarter miles south of Andrews. She was seventy-seven years of age.
   When eighteen years of age she came to Huntington county from Guilford County, North Carolina, where she was born August 29, 1839, to Mr. and Mrs. William Thrift. In 1858 she was married to Isaac Bare and twelve children were born to them. Mr. Bare has been dead thirty-six years. Five of the children are deceased.
   The children who survive Mrs. Bare are Ira C. Bare of Benzee county, Michigan; Henry Bare and Charles U. Bare of Polk township; Lin Bare, Mrs. Minnie Owens and Mrs. Phoebe Anderson of Andrews; and Frank Bare of Huntington. There are thirty-eight grandchildren and thirteen great-grandchildren living. Mrs. Samuel McIntyre of Marion is a step daughter. Two brothers Obid and Linsey Thrift, and two sisters, Mrs. Emmeline White and Mrs. Laura Wright, live in North Carolina.
   Mrs. Bare was a member of the Church of the Brethren at Andrews. Funeral services will be held Thurday, leaving the home at 10 o'clock for Monument City, wher the Rev. Ira E. Long of Andrews will conduct the services. Burial will be at Monument City.



BARE FUNERAL IS HELD AT MONUMENT

   Funeral Services for Mrs. Lydia M. Bare we held at 1-:30 o'clock Thursday morning at Monument City. The Rev. Ira E. Long Officiating. Singers were Mr.   Mrs. C. E. Eckman and Mr. and Mrs. John Born with Mrs. Knotts at the organ. Flower bearers were Edith Anderson and Naomi Bare. Pallbearers were Charles Fults, H. M. Lambert, William Lyons, Riley Bailey, Al Hahn, and John Bradshaw. Interment was at Monument City. [Lydia (Thrift) Bare died January 22, 1917 aged 77y 4mo 23d.]

         
         

Huntington Co Death Records:

Lydia M. Bare
D       January 22, 1917, Polk Township 77y 4m 23d
B       August 28, 1839
P       Wm. Thrift, N.C.
H       Isaac H. Bare

Sarah Jane Ricks
D       August 12, 1942, Andrews  82y 9m 2d
B       November 10, 1859, Grant Co., Indiana
H.      Joseph A. Ricks, Widowed
P       Nathan Davis, N.C.; Christina Davis, N.C.

         
         

Index to Birth Records, Huntington Co., Indiana, 1875-1920, WPA

Bare Albert [Joseph] Henry E.  ----- Ricks      M W Oct  7 1905 H12  28
Bare Carl [Chester]  Henry     Daisy Ricks      M W Apr 19 1907 H13  24
Bare Edna            Henry E.  Daisy G. Ricks   F W Sep 22 1908 H14  58
Bare Agnes Leota     Henry E.  Daisie G. Ricks  F W Nov 16 1909 H14 104
Bare Daisy Maude     Henry E.  Daisy G. Ricks   F W Jun 11 1912 H15  66
Bare Wardner A.      Henry E.  Daisy G. Ricks   M W Aug  1 1915 H16  69
Bare David Oliver    Henry     Daisy Ricks      M W Oct 19 1918 H17  44
Bare [Walter Henry]  Henry     Daisy Ricks      M W Jul 22 1920

         
         

Index to Supplemental Record Marriage Transcript Huntington Co., Indiana, 1882-1940

Bride/Groom     Father  Mother            S C AG  DATE       Book Page
Bare Henry E.   Isaac A. Lida Thrift    M A 41 Apr 23 1904   A-6  29
Bare Linden S   Isaac   ---- Thrift     M W 24 Jan 31 1890   A-1 282
Bare Louzena    Isaac   ---- Thrift     F W 21 Jan  1 1886   A-1 163
Bare Minnie     Isaac   ---- Thrift     F W 20 Oct 26 1889   A-1 271
Bare Phoebe     Isaac   Lydia Thrift    F W 23 Sep 27 1894   A-4  14

Ricks Daisy     Joseph  Jane Davis      F W 25 Apr 23 1904   A-6  29
Ricks Ora B.    Joseph C  Sarah J Davis F W 18 Feb 20 1909   A-8  22

         
         

Huntington Co.  Indiana Marriage Records compiled by Ruth M. Slevin

  1 Oct 1859   Thrift, Marthena         Bare Isaac A.       C-14
  1 Jan 1886   Bare, Louzena            Leedy, Stephen H.   H-446
 26 Oct 1889   Bare, Minnie             Owen, Elmer         J-225
 31 Jun 1890   Owen, Mattie E.          Bare, Linden L.     J-267
 27 Sep 1894   Bare, Phoebe             Anderson, Charles   K-292

         
         
          My notes from the Monument City Cemetery Polk           Township, Huntington Co., Indiana, April 1992          
         


Monument City Cemetery, Polk Township, Huntington Co., Indiana, April 1992

A tender mother and a faithful friend
Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his saints
LYDIA  M.
WIFE OF
ISAAC A. BARE
BORN  Aug. 29, 1839
DIED  Jan. 22, 1917

Charles H. Bare
1870-1955

BARE
CYRUS  H.
1861-1913
ALICE  HIS WIFE
1864-1926

BARE
DAISY  G.                 HENRY  E.
1880 - 1961               1862 - 1944

Agnes L. Bare
1909   -    ____

           Ricks
Jane              Joseph A.
1859 - 1942     1857 - 1938

Ethel  C.
Ricks
1898 - 1986

Maude D. Harris
1912 - 1947

RATHFON
William A.                          Iva  M.
June 27, 1877                       May 27, 1887
Jun. 13, 1959                       April 21, 1986

         
         
          Hart Cemetery Huntington Co., Indiana          
         


Old Cemeteries of Huntington Co., Indiana (Parret Cemetery)
Hart Cemetery south of Lost Bridge on Satterwaite Farm,
 1/2 miles east of State Road 105 400S.
(Road now called Lost Bridge East)

Elizabeth A. wife of
   Isaac A. Bare
Died Oct 1 1858
   Aged 40 y 6 m 21 d

Infant I A Bare
Died Sept. 1 1858

Sarah E. Dau of
   I A     E A Bare
Died Aug 28 1864 (this is likely 1954 and I copied it wrong)
   Aged 5 y's 6 mo 23 d

Anna Maria, dau of
    I A     E A Bare
Died Aug 25 1854
   Aged 3 y 9 m 26 d

William E. son of
   I A     E A Bare
Died Aug 24 1854
   Aged 2 m 17 d

Isaac Bare
   Died Feb 22 1881
Aged 63 y 5 m 5 d

         
         
          Monument City Cemetery Huntington Co., Indiana          
         


Row #6 East to West
           Christie A. Fisher Bare
           1872-1917
                     Lot #31

Center Section
Row #6 E to W
           Cyrus H. Bare
           1861-1910
           Alice his wife
           1864-1926
                     Lot #34

Row #7 West to East.
           Lydia Bare
           Wife of Isaac A. Bare
           Born Aug 2 9, 1839
           Died Jan. 22, 1917
                     Lot #37

           Charles H. Bare
           1870-1955
                     Lot #37

Row #9 West to East
           Edna Bare
           dau. of H. E.     D. G. Bare
           D     D. Sep. 22, 1909
                     Lot #50

           Henry E. Bare
           1862-1944
           Daisy G.
           1880-1961
                     Lot #50

           Maude D. Harris
           1912-1947
                     Lot #50

Row #10 South  to North
           Jane Ricks
           1859-1942
           Joseph A. Ricks
           1857-1938
                     Lot #97
           Ethel C. Ricks
           1898-19
                     Lot #97

Row 2 from West North to South
                     Bare
           Mary Lee           1903 -
           Albert J.       1905 - 1973

         
         
          Early Huntington Co. Marriages          
         


Bair, Peter                Rimple, Eliza                04 Nov 1848

Swaim, Samuel W.           Back, Elizabeth P.           15 Nov 1841
Swaim, Elizabeth           Irwin, Cornelius N.          31 Aug 1848
Swaim, Mary Ann            Back, John A.                22 Apr 1841


Later Marriages in Huntington County

Louzena Bare       Stephen U. Leedy     1 Jan 1886 
Phoebe Jane Bare   Enoch Henry         21 Oct 1880 
Clara B. Bare      Benjamin F. Dill    22 Mar 1883 
Mary E. Bare       John H. Robertson   25 Nov 1875 
Ina M. Bare        William A. Rathfon  26 Jul 1899 
Minnie Bare        Elmer Owen          26 Oct 1889 
Phoebe Bare        Charles Anderson    27 Sep 1894 
Hannah Bare        Samuel McEntire     28 Jan 1880 
Malinda Bare       Jacob H. Eckman     29 Apr 1893 
Julia E. Bare      Ira O. Lininger      3 Jun 1890 
Sarah J. Bare      William F. Downey   31 Oct 1878 
Mary E. Bare       Jacob Parrat         8 May 1873 

Marriages in Clark County Indiana

Laura Bare         Robert McGarvey      12/28/1910	Clark
Edgar Bare         Palmyra M Conn        6/18/1913	Clark
Lela Bare          Walter Gradeless      9/17/1919	Clark
John Bare          Jane Hearn            1 Aug 1839 	Clark
Mary Ann Bare      Elias Gascons        11 Aug 1831 	Clark
Mattie Bare        Joel D Hendrickson   12 Apr 1893 	Clark
Barbara C Bare     Johnson Montgomery   13 Mar 1862 	Clark
Henry Bare         Elizabeth King       14 Feb 1839 	Clark
Mary M. Bare       Samuel Welch         15 Mar 1842 	Clark
Nancy Ellen Bare   James P Hanlin       15 Oct 1874 	Clark
Robert Bare        Tryphonia Davis      18 May 1848 	Clark
Thomas S. Bare     Martha E. Dickey     20 Aug 1849 	Clark
Sarah E Bare       Nathaniel Giltner    20 Aug 1861 	Clark
William A. Bare    Harriet C. Kester    21 Dec 1840 	Clark
William A. Bare    Harriet C. Kester    21 Dec 1840 	Clark
Mary A. Bare       Andrew Todd          21 Feb 1833 	Clark
Harriet B. Bare    James Taggart        22 Aug 1839 	Clark
Almira M Bare      James C Taggart      22 Oct 1874 	Clark
Barbary Bare       Samuel Watkins       26 Jul 1827 	Clark
Barbary Bare       Samuel Watkins       26 Jul 1827 	Clark
Barbary Bare       Samuel Watkins       26 Jul 1827 	Clark
Owen Bare          Margaret Cummings    27 Sep 1837 	Clark
Owen Bare          Margaret Cummings    27 Sep 1837 	Clark
Caroline Bare      Thomas Adams          3 Jan 1833 	Clark
Caroline Bare      Thomas Adams          3 Jan 1833 	Clark
Ida V Bare         Samuel E Taggart      4 Feb 1880 	Clark
Sarah A Bare       George M Stone        9 Nov 1876 	Clark





Indiana BARE Marriages Prior to 1850


BAIR, GEORGE         SIMMONS, ELIZABETH   ALLEN 1-11-1838
BAER, ELIZABETH      SULLIVAN, JOHN       ALLEN 6-16-1840

BARE, HENRY          COURTRIGHT, PHILENA  BLACKFORD 11-16-1842
BARE, WILLIAM, or    THOMPSON, CASANDRE   BLACKFORD 9-2-1842
BEAR, WILLIAM        THOMPSON, CASANDRE   BLACKFORD 9-2-1842

BAER, SUSANNAH       HILDERBRAND, WILLIAM CARROLL 10-5-1848
BEAR, MICHAEL        DAVID, SARAH A       CARROLL 8-19-1844

BARE, WILLIAM A      KESTER, HARRIET C    CLARK 12-21-1840
BARE, CAROLINE       ADAMS, THOMAS        CLARK 1-3-1833
BARE, HENRY          KING, ELIZABETH      CLARK 2-14-1839
BARE, MARY A         TODD, ANDREW         CLARK 2-21-1833
BARE, MARY M,        WELCH, SAMUEL        CLARK 3-15-1842
BARE, ROBERT,        DAVIS, TRYPHONIA     CLARK 5-18-1848
BARE, BARBARY        WATKINS, SAMUEL      CLARK 7-26-1827
BARE, MARY ANN       GASCONS, ELIAS       CLARK 8-11-1831
BARE, JOHN           HEARN, JANE          CLARK 8-1-1839
BARE, THOMAS S,      DICKEY, MARTHA E     CLARK 8-20-1849
BARE, HARRIET B      TAGGART, JAMES       CLARK 8-22-1839
BARE, OWEN,          CUMMINGS, MARGARET   CLARK 9-27-1837

BEAR, LACY           JOHNSON, JOSEPH      DEARBORN 10-17-1839
BEAR, LACY           ALTHISON, ISAAC      DEARBORN 1-22-1837
BEAR, MILLY          THATCHER, HARVEY     DEARBORN 3-13-1828
BEAR, EZRA           FRENCH, PRISCILLA    DEARBORN 3-31-1833
BEAR, SAMUEL         DOWNEY, RACHEL       DEARBORN 6-8-1837

BAIR, RUDOLPH        WILSON, JANE         DEKALB 12-13-1849
BEAR, RACHEL         NELSON, BENJAMIN     DEKALB 5-16-1846

BARE, MARTIN         ARVEY, MARY          ELKHART 12-25-1846

BEAR, SOLOMAN        HARVEY, NANCY        FOUNTAIN 3-0-1837

BEAR, MICHAEL        LOWDERS, SARAH       HENRY 4-13-1839
BEAR, SARAH          HIATT, HIRAM         HENRY 7-29-1847

BAIR, WILLIAM H      CHENOWETH, ELIZA ANN JAY 5-26-1842
BAIR, MARTIN         WATKINS, SARAH       JAY 9-12-1840

BARE, BARBARY        HERIN, WILLIAM       JEFFERSON  5-27-1831
BEAR, HENRY          HALL, MARY           JEFFERSON 1-10-1850
BARE, HENRY          LOCKHART, SARAH      JEFFERSON 12-29-1842
BARE, DAVID          JONES, MARGARET      JEFFERSON 12-4-1845
BARE, WILLIAM,       HEARN, LUCRETIA      JEFFERSON 1-31-1850
BARE, SIMON P        HASTINGS, JANE       JEFFERSON 1-3-1850
BEAR, PHEBE          LOCKARD, JOSEPH H    JEFFERSON 2-23-1845
BARE, OWEN C,        MOSELY, NEOMY        JEFFERSON 3-11-1847
BEAR, JOHN           BIA, CATHARINE       JEFFERSON 3-25-1840
BEAR, GEORGE W       SHERMAN, PHEBE C     JEFFERSON 3-6-1838
BARE, ELIZABETH      GILTNER, JOSEPHUS    JEFFERSON 3-9-1848
BEAR, ANDREW         VERNON, AGNES        JEFFERSON 4-15-1837
BEAR, ABNER          LEWIS, ORPHA         JEFFERSON 4-21-1825
BARE, JACOB          PARMELA, DAVIS       JEFFERSON 5-29-1831
BEAR, OLIVER L       KAVENAUGH, SOPHIA    JEFFERSON 5-30-1847
BEAR, ELIZABETH      WAUGHTEL, JAMES      JEFFERSON 6-14-1835
BEAR, SARAH          NEAL, CHARLES        JEFFERSON 6-15-1847
BEAR, SOPHIA         IRWIN, JOHN          JEFFERSON 6-4-1826
BARE, MARGARET JANE  HEARN, WILLIAM W     JEFFERSON 7-14-1842
BEAR, NANCY          LOCKARD, JOSEPH      JEFFERSON 7-15-1830
BEAR, CHLOE          EDMONDSON, ROBERT    JEFFERSON 7-20-1847
BEAR, WILLIAM        GREEN, MARTHA        JEFFERSON 7-22-1840
BEAR, LATITIA        BROOKS, ISAIAH       JEFFERSON 7-8-1851
BEAR, HENRY          JACKSON, JANE        JEFFERSON 8-12-1820
BEAR, MADISON        JOYCE, MARY JANE     JEFFERSON 8-3-1848
BARE, MATILDA,       JONES, JOHN R        JEFFERSON 9-1-1842
BEAR, CATHERINE      WILES, CATHERINE     JEFFERSON 9-20-1827
BEAR, WILLIAM C A    BARNS, SARAH ANN     JEFFERSON 9-24-1839
BEAR, MARY           PHILLIPS, GABRIEL    JEFFERSON 9-29-1850
BEAR, MICHAEL        BARRISTER, BETSY     JEFFERSON 9-30-1827

BEAR, NANCY          MCCALLISTER, JOSEPH  JENNINGS 3-2-1847
BARE, OWEN           HOYT, CATHERINE      JENNINGS 4-14-1836
BEAR, ELIZABETH      LINEBOCKER, GEORGE W JENNINGS 6-4-1849
BARE, JOHN           RIGGS, ELIZA         JENNINGS 6-5-1823
BARE, JOHN C,        LEAPER, MARGARET     JENNINGS 9-1-1840
BARE, JOHN C         MCKEEHAN, BETSY ANN  JENNINGS 9-18-1833
BEAR, POLLY          DAUGHTERY, JAMES     JENNINGS 9-27-1832

BAIR, ANDREW         HAZZARD, ELIZA JANE  KOSCIUSKO 3-6-1850

BEAR, JANE E         RHODES, ADAM         LAPORTE 1-1-1839
BEAR, RACHEL         RUST, JOHN V         LAPORTE 1-15-1846
BEAR, BENJAMIN F      SUMMERS, RACHEL     LAPORTE 2-15-1840
BEAR, NANCY          RICE, JAMES E        LAPORTE 5-20-1835
BEAR, JAMES D        SMITH, CHARLOTTE L   LAPORTE 6-25-1839
BEAR, CHARLOTTE      ROBERTS, THOMAS      LAPORTE 6-4-1848

BARE, JOHN           MCCAW, SIDNEY ANN    MARION 11-24-1834
BEAR, MAHALA         BRUNSON, MADISON     MARION 12-20-1842
BAIR, EASTER or      JONES JOHN F         MARION 12-4-1845
BAIR, ESTHER         JONES JOHN F         MARION 12-4-1845
BAER, ELIAS          YOUNG, ELIAS         MARION 3-11-1843
BEAR, JANE           MCLAMEE, CORNELIUS   MARION 3-12-1835

BEAR, BARBARA        KING, WILLIAM H      MIAMI 6-15-1845
BEAR, WILLIAM        VANAMON, LOUISA      MIAMI 9-20-1843

BEAR, PETER          EVERLY, LUCY         MONT CO 5-24-1838
BEAR, JAMES M        JORDAN, AMANDA       MONT CO 8-10-1843

BEAR, RACHEL         SEDAM, HENRY A       OHIO 5-18-1848
BEAR, SUSANNAH       JOHNSON, JAMES F     OHIO 7-15-1846

BEAR, DAVID          CHORD, SOPHRONA      ST JOSEPH 12-9-1849

BEAR, MARGARET       RICHMOND, ORIN       SWITZERLAND 12-23-1819
BAIR, PETER          ROBBINS, RACHEL      SWITZERLAND 4-28-1843
BEAR OR BAIR, PETER  ROBBINS, RACHEL      SWITZERLAND 4-28-1843
BARE, CATHERINE      PALMERTON, HARVEY    SWITZERLAND 7-24-1819
BEAR, ELIZABETH      LINVILLE, DUDLEY     SWITZERLAND 8-13-1819

BARE, ELIZA          POWELL, HENRY        TIPPECANOE 10-17-1842
BAIR, SARAH          PERSON, SAMUEL       TIPPECANOE 11-16-1835
BAIR, JOHN           MCCORMICK, JANE      TIPPECANOE 11-18-1830
BAER, JACOB          TRINDLE, HONORAH     TIPPECANOE 11-24-1836
BAER, CATHERINE      WALL, RICHARD B      TIPPECANOE 12-30-1846
BAER, ELIZABETH      BOWERS, ABNER        TIPPECANOE 12-7-1843
BEAR, JOSEPH         MCCARTY, MARTHA      TIPPECANOE 1-7-1847
BEAR, JAMES          NORTH, MARY          TIPPECANOE 2-18-1847
BAER, SARAH          MCDILL, JOHN         TIPPECANOE 2-28-1850
BARE, JACOB H        FORESMAN, MARTHA ANN TIPPECANOE 3-9-1843
BAER, ANN            BOWERS, MARTIN       TIPPECANOE 4-16-1839
BAER, WILLIAM        BROWN, JANISA        TIPPECANOE 5-3-1849
BARE, HENRY          JOHNSON, SUSAN       TIPPECANOE 5-5-1850
BEAR, JANE           LAMB, RANSOM         TIPPECANOE 7-29-1837
BAER, ELIZABETH      FUGATE, HENDERSON    TIPPECANOE 8-25-1838
BARE, CATHARINE      WARWICK, GEORGE W    TIPPECANOE 9-27-1849

BEAR, CRISTINA       COLLINS, KINSEY R    WABASH 12-27-1849
BAER, SARAH          MCGUIRE, JAS         WABASH 12-31-1843
BAER, SARAH          MCGUIRE, JAS         WABASH 12-31-1843
BAER, MARY           BLATT, JOSEPH        WABASH 1-24-1847
BAER, LYDIA          SEWELL, WM           WABASH 6-21-1849
BAER, ELIZA          HOOVER, GEORGE       WABASH 6-22-1848
BAER, ROSINA         WERTENBERGER, DAVID  WABASH 7-15-1849

BARE, JACOB          COPPLE, NANCY        WASHINGTON 12-19-1830
BEAR, JOHN R         OVERMAN, MARY        WASHINGTON 4-22-1844, E-5

BARE, DAVID          HERVEY, ELIZABETH    WAYNE 12-30-1841
BAER, OLIVER         CROCKER, EMMA JANE   WAYNE 7-11-1848

Bureau of Land Management - Eastern States, General Land Office Indiana Land Patent
         

BARE, BENJAMIN  IN      04/10/1848      17294   IN1920__.425
BARE, CHRISTIAN IN      08/20/1838      18248   IN3530__.129
BARE, DAVID     IN      04/01/1849      26530   IN3690__.485
BARE, HENRY     IN      06/01/1848      17295   IN1930__.008
BARE, HENRY     IN      07/16/1832      2803    IN0250__.288
BARE, HENRY     IN      07/16/1832      2804    IN0250__.289
BARE, HENRY     IN      01/01/1850      33033   IN3120__.313
BARE, HENRY     IN      09/01/1838      8888    IN2650__.342
BARE, ISAAC A   IN      04/01/1849      26529   IN3690__.484
BARE, JOHN      IN      04/10/1849      18149   IN1940__.345
BARE, MARTIN    IN      11/10/1840      23884   IN3640__.296
BARE, PETER     IN      05/01/1849      26860   IN3700__.312
BARE, WILLIAM   IN      01/03/1831      11953   IN1110__.170
BARE, WILLIAM   IN      11/10/1840      24701   IN3660__.112
BARE, WILLIAM   IN      04/02/1829      7117    IN1010__.311

         
         
Note: Legal Land Descriptions are in order but do not align with line above.

Patenet Desc.IN1920__.425 Document Nr. : 17294 Patentee Name: BARE, BENJAMIN
Authority: April 24, 1820: Cash Entry Sale (3 Stat. 566)
Signature Present: Y Signature Date: 4/10/48
Land Office: WINAMAC: Legal Land Descriptions
Nr.  Aliquot Parts Sec/Blk Twp Range Fract. Sect. Meridian Acres  Counties
1    E½NE    34/    28-N     2-W   N     2ND PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN   80  WHITE

Patenet Desc.IN3530__.129 Document Nr. : 18248 Patentee Name: BARE, CHRISTIAN
Authority: April 24, 1820: Cash Entry Sale (3 Stat. 566)
Signature: Y Date: 8/20/38   Metes/Bounds: N       Subsurface Reserved: N
Land Office: FORT WAYNE Comments: INCORRECT ACREAGE ON DOCUMENT Legal Land Desc.
Nr. Aliquot Parts Sec/Blk Township Range Fract. Sect. Meridian Acres  Counties
1  E½NW  17/  26-N  13-E  N  2ND PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN   80  WELLS

Patenet Desc.IN3690__.485 Document Nr. : 26530 Patentee Name: BARE, DAVID
Authority: April 24, 1820: Cash Entry Sale (3 Stat. 566)
Signature: Y Signature Date: 4/1/49  Metes/Bounds: N Subsurface Reserved: N
Land Office: FORT WAYNE  Legal Land Descriptions
Nr.  Aliquot Parts Sec/Blk Township Range Fract. Sect. Meridian Acres Counties
1  SE  11/  27-N  8-E  N  2ND PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN   160  HUNTINGTON

Patenet Desc.IN1930__.008 Document Nr. : 17295 Patentee Name: BARE, HENRY
Authority: April 24, 1820: Cash Entry Sale (3 Stat. 566)
Signature: Y Date: 6/1/48   Metes/Bounds: N       Subsurface Reserved: N
Land Office: WINAMAC  Comments: Legal Land Descriptions
Nr. Aliquot Parts Sec/Blk Township Range Fract. Sect. Meridian Acres  Counties
1  NE  29/  28-N  5-E  Y  2ND PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN   54.41  MIAMI

Patenet Desc.IN0250__.288 Document Nr. : 2803 Patentee Name: BARE, HENRY
Authority: April 24, 1820: Cash Entry Sale (3 Stat. 566)
Signature: Y Date: 7/16/32   Metes/Bounds: N       Subsurface Reserved: N
Land Office: JEFFERSONVILLE  Legal Land Descriptions
Nr.  Aliquot Parts Sec/Blk Township Range Fract. Sect. Meridian Acres  Counties
1  E½SE  30/  3-N  9-E  N  2ND PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN   80  JEFFERSON

Patenet Desc.IN0250__.289 Doc Nr.: 2804 Misc Doc Nr. : Patentee Name: BARE, HENRY
Authority: April 24, 1820: Cash Entry Sale (3 Stat. 566)
Signature: Y Signature Date: 7/16/32 Metes/Bounds: N  Subsurface Reserved: N
Land Office: JEFFERSONVILLE  Legal Land Descriptions
Nr. Aliquot Parts Sec/Blk Township Range Fract. Sect. Meridian Acres Counties
1  W½NE  14/  2-N  9-E  N  2ND PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN   80  JEFFERSON

Patenet Desc.IN3120__.313 Document Nr. : 33033 Patentee Name: BARE, HENRY
Authority: April 24, 1820: Cash Entry Sale (3 Stat. 566)
Signature: Y  Date: 1/1/50   Metes/Bounds: N       Subsurface Reserved: N
Land Office: INDIANAPOLIS Comments: WILLIAM COURTRIGHT Legal Land Descriptions
Nr. Aliquot Parts Sec/Blk Township Range Fract. Sect. Meridian  Acres  Counties
1  SENW  3/  23-N  11-E  N  2ND PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN   40  BLACKFORD

Patenet Desc.IN2650__.342 Document Nr. : 8888 Patentee Name: BARE, HENRY
Authority: April 24, 1820: Cash Entry Sale (3 Stat. 566)
Signature Present: Y Signature Date: 9/1/38  Metes/Bounds: N  Subsurface Res: N
Land Office: JEFFERSONVILLE  Comments: Legal Land Descriptions
Nr  Aliquot Parts Sec/Blk Township  Range Fract. Sec. Meridian Acres Counties
1  E½SE  15/  2-N  9-E  N  2ND PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN   80  JEFFERSON

Patenet Desc.IN3690__.484 Document Nr. : 26529 Patentee Name: BARE, ISAAC A
Authority: April 24, 1820: Cash Entry Sale (3 Stat. 566)
Signature Present: Y Signature Date: 4/1/49 Office: FORT WAYNE Legal Desc
Nr.  Aliquot Parts  Sec/Blk Twp Range Fract. Sect. Meridian Acres Counties
1  E½SW  11/  27-N  8-E  N  2ND PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN   80  HUNTINGTON

Patenet Desc.IN1940__.345 Document Nr. : 18149 Patentee Name: BARE, JOHN
Authority: April 24, 1820: Cash Entry Sale (3 Stat. 566)
Signature Present: Y Signature Date: 4/10/49
Land Office: WINAMAC  Legal Land Descriptions
Nr.  Aliquot Parts Sec/Blk Township Range Fract. Sect. Meridian Acres Counties
1  S½SW  6/  26-N  4-E  N  2ND PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN   62.36  MIAMI

Patenet Desc.IN3640__.296 Doc Nr. : 23884 Patentee Name: BARE, MARTIN
Authority: April 24, 1820: Cash Entry Sale (3 Stat. 566)
Signature: Y Date: 11/10/40 Metes/Bounds: N Subsurface Reserved: N
Land Office: FORT WAYNE  Legal Land Descriptions
Nr. Aliquot Parts Sec/Blk Township  Range  Fract. Sect. Meridian Acres  Counties
1  E½SE  10/  23-N  11-E  N  2ND PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN   0  BLACKFORD
2  SWSE  10/  23-N  11-E  N  2ND PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN   120  BLACKFORD

Patenet Desc.IN3700__.312 Doc Nr.: 26860 Misc Doc Nr: Pat. Name: BARE, PETER
Authority: April 24, 1820: Cash Entry Sale (3 Stat. 566)
Signature Present: Y Signature Date: 5/1/49
Land Office: FORT WAYNE  Legal Land Descriptions
Nr.  Aliquot Parts  Sec/Blk  Twp  Range  Fract. Sect. Meridian Acres Counties
1  3  14/  27-N  8-E  N  2ND PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN   0  HUNTINGTON
2  4  14/  27-N  8-E  N  2ND PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN   131.37  HUNTINGTON

Patenet Desc.IN1110__.170 Document Nr. : 11953 Patentee Name: BARE, WILLIAM
Authority: April 24, 1820: Cash Entry Sale (3 Stat. 566)
Signature Present: Y Signature Date: 1/3/31
Land Office: CRAWFORDSVILLE  Legal Land Descriptions
Nr. Aliquot Parts Sec/Blk Township Range Fract. Sect. Meridian Acres Counties
1  W½SE  13/  22-N  4-W  N  2ND PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN   80  TIPPECANOE

Patenet Desc.IN3660__.112 Document Nr. : 24701 Patentee Name: BARE, WILLIAM
Authority: April 24, 1820: Cash Entry Sale (3 Stat. 566)
Signature Present: Y Signature Date: 11/10/40
Land Office: FORT WAYNE  Legal Land Descriptions
Nr. Aliquot Parts Sec/Blk Township  Range Fract. Sect. Meridian Acres Counties
1  SWSW  10/  23-N  11-E  N  2ND PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN   40  BLACKFORD

Patenet Desc.  IN1010__.311 Document Nr. : 7117 Patentee Name: BARE, WILLIAM
Authority: April 24, 1820: Cash Entry Sale (3 Stat. 566)
Signature Present: N Signature Date: 4/2/29
Land Office: CRAWFORDSVILLE  Comments:   PATENT RECORD IMPERFECT
Nr.  Aliquot Parts Sec/Blk Township Range Fract. Sect. Meridian Acres Counties
1 W½NW  25/  22-N  4-W  N  2ND PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN   80  TIPPECANOE
         
         
Huntington Co
           Dallas Twp is 28 N 8 E
           Polk Twp is 27 N 8 E
         

From Dean Miller
         

          Carl C. Bare
          Cleveland police inspector

          By Alison Grant, Cleveland Plain Dealer Reporter,           MARBLEHEAD          

          Carl C. Bare was dubbed the "fifth Beatle" for his center-stage role in the first Cleveland concert of the four mopheads from Liverpool.
          Frenzied fans and popping flashbulbs greeted the Beatles when they opened the Sept. 14, 1964, performance at Public Hall.
          When teen-agers rushed the stage, Cleveland Police Inspector Bare stopped the concert and escorted the band members to the wings.
          "They didn't know how to handle the excited girls," said Clevelander George Shuba, who at the time was on his first assignment as a rock photographer and was caught in the stampede.
          Mr. Bare grew up on a farm in Indiana. At age 20, he began to roam the country, working as a deputy sheriff, construction worker, filling station manager and professional heavyweight boxer.
          He joined the Cleveland Police Department in 1934. He was promoted to deputy inspector in 1953, holding the rank until retirement in 1969.
          Mr. Bare, 86, died Monday at Southwest General Hospital in Middleburg Heights. He had lived in Marblehead since retirement.
          During his police career, he served at one time in every district of the city. When Safety Director Eliot Ness organized a crime bureau in 1936, he accepted Patrolman Bare as a volunteer. Crime prevention became his full-time assignment the next year.
          Three decades later, the veteran officer was appointed to head the newly created Community Relations Division.
          Mr. Bare said the unit tried to make up for the loss of police contact with the public after foot patrolmen were replaced with zone-car patrols.
          "The more people understand, the less critical they will feel, the more likely they are to help us enforce the law," he said.
          During the 1964 Beatles tour through Cleveland, Mr. Bare was put in charge of security for the band and was on stage during its performance. In a report of his role at the concert, a newspaper artist drew hair on the balding policeman and deemed him the "fifth Beatle."
          As much as for his work as a policeman, Mr. Bare was known for his activity with the Fraternal Order of Police.
          He became president of the police union's Lodge 8 in Cleveland in 1943. Five years later, he became president of the Ohio FOP, remaining in that post for 21 years.
          He fought for better police salaries and pensions, deeming them critical to attracting intelligent young men to the job.
          At a 1977 conference of the Ohio FOP, participants adopted a resolution naming Mr. Bare president emeritus of the organization. He is the only person to have achieved that distinction.
          Mr. Bare's outside interests included an 80-acre corn and livestock farm in Huntington Co., Ind., that a cousin managed for him. He also liked Cadillacs.
          Services are at 11 a.m. Saturday at Middleburg Heights Community Church, 7165 Big Creek Pkwy., Middleburg Heights.
          Survivors include a son, Carl Jr. of Marblehead; daughter Janet Immormino of Brook Park; and 11 grandchildren.
         

          [Photo of Carl Bare at 1964 Concert]          
Caption--Cleveland Police Inspector Carl C. Bare took the microphone from Beatles George Harrison, left, and John Lennon when a crowd at the group's 1964 concert got out of hand.
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Cleveland--The Plain Dealer, Wednesday, December 8, 1993
         

Huntington Herald
         
         
          BARE FUNERAL IS HELD AT MONUMENT
         

          Funeral Services for Mrs. Lydia M. Bare were held at 10:30 o'clock Thursday morning at Monument City. The Rev. Ira E. Long Officiating. Singers were Mr. Mrs. C. E. Eckman and Mr. and Mrs. John Born with Mrs. Knotts at the organ. Flower bearers were Edith Anderson and Naomi Bare. Pallbearers were Charles Fults, H. M. Lambert, William Lyons, Riley Bailey, Al Hahn, and John Bradshaw. Interment was at Monument City.
[Lydia (Thrift) Bare died January 22, 1917 aged 77y 4mo 23d.]
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Huntington Herald
Wednesday, October 27, 1926

          Mrs. Mary Alice Bare, sixty-two old, died Tuesday evening at 6:30 o'clock at her home, four miles south of Andrews and one-half miles east. She had been ill for the past eight months and seriously ill for the last month.
          Mrs. Bare was born May 30, 1864 in Polk township to Silas and Mahala Fisher. She married Silas H. Bare in June 1881. To this union three children were born, one daughters, Ina, being deceased.
          The surviving children are Mrs. William Rathfon, Polk township and Roy C. Bare of Wayne Township. Two grandchildren and one great-grandchild also survive.
          One sister, Mrs. William Kellam of Polk township and one brother, John Fisher, survive. He father, Silas Fisher is also a surviving relative.
          Mrs. Bare was a member of the Pilchers M. E. church, where funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock with the Rev. C. F. France in charge.
          Burial will be at Monument City.
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          Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Alice Bare were held Thursday at Episcopal chapel with the Rev. C. F. French in charge. Music was furnished by Mrs. and Mrs. Ratio Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Snider with Miss Thelma Fowerbaugh at the piano. the flower bearers were Mrs. Jennie Stouder, Mrs. Anna Hahn, Mrs. Belle Rittenhouse and Mrs. Mary Strouse. The pallbearers, all nephews of the deceased woman, were Alvin Kellam, Roy Kellam, Earl Kellam, William Priddy, William Thompson, Earl Owen, Carl Bare and Everett Anderson.
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Huntington Press
Wednesday, October 27, 1926

          Mrs. Mary Alice Bare, 62 years old, died yesterday at her home in Polk township after an illness of about eight months. Death occurred at 6:30 o'clock.
          Funeral services will be held at the Philcher's Chapel Methodist Episcopalian church, of which she was a member, at 2:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon, and burial will be in the Monument City cemetery. The Rev. C. F. France will officiate at the services.
          Mrs. Bare was born Mary 30, 1864, in Polk township, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Silas Fisher. The father is still living. She was married to Cyrus H. Bare in June 1881.
          Besides her father, Mrs. Bare is survived by a daughter, Mrs. William Rathfon of Polk township; a son, Roy, of Wayne township; two grandchidren, one great grandchild, a sister, Mrs. William Kellam, and a brother, John Fisher of Huntington.
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Huntington Press-Herald
Tuesday, September 13, 1932

          DECATUR, Ind., Sept 13—(special)—Mrs. Cora Mae Bare, sixty-eight, mother of Mrs. R. A. Stuckey, a former resident of Huntington, died at the home of a daughter here at 12 o'clock Tuesday noon of complications. Mrs. Bare had been in falling health for several years.
          Mrs. Bare moved from Huntington to this city about a year ago. Mrs. Bare had spent nearly her whole life in Huntington Co. moving there with her parents when about five years of age.
          Mrs. Bare is survived by her husband, Martin Bare, one daughter, Mrs. R. A. Stuckey, and three brothers, Glenn Zell of Connersville; Julius Zell, of Fort Wayne; and Earl Zell, of Detroit, Mich.
          Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at 1 o'clock at the home and burial will be made at Lancaster.
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Huntington Herald Press
July 24, 1933

          Martin H. Bare, seventy-four, died Monday morning at 2:30 at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Rufus A. Stuckey of Decatur after an illness of two years of paralysis.
          Mrs. Bare was born March 27, 1859, in Rock Creek township, to George and Katie Bare and was married to Cora Zell, who died Last September at the daughter's home. Mr. and Mrs. Bare lived in Huntington until a few years ago when they moved to Decatur.
          Surviving besides the daughter are three sisters, Mrs. Clara B. Dill of Kalamazoo, Mich., Miss Barbara Bare and Mrs. Malinda Eckman, the latter two of Huntington Co. .
          The deceased was a member of the Knights of Phythias lodge and the Methodist church.
          Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 10 A.M. at the Stuckey residence and interment will be a Decatur
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Huntington Herald Press
Thursday, June 13, 1935

          Mrs. Martha Bare, 65 died as 6 o'clock Thursday morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Harry Johnson, 29 Edgerton street, after an illness of a year in which she was bedfast for six months.
          Mrs. Bare was born Oct. 19, 1869, to Jesse L. and Katie E. Owen and was married Jan. 31, 1890 to Lin Bare. Surviving are the mother, who lives in Lincolnville, Ind., the husband, seven children, 12 grandchildren, a sister and four brothers.
          The children are Gurvis E. Bare, Pokagon, Mich.; Mrs. Dora Ellet, Andrews; Mrs. Harry Johnson, city; Mrs. Elmer Harris, Phoenix, Ariz.; George Bar, Decatur, Ind.; Harry Bare, Andrews, and Arthur Bare, Lincolnville. The sister is Mrs. Daniel B. Hart, Marion, Ind. Brother are Elmer Owen, Andrews; Finely Owen, Lincolnville; Bart Owen, Traverse City, Mich., and Homer Owen, Polk Township.
          Mrs. Bare was a member of the United Brethren church at Lincolnville, later transferring to the Christian church at Andrews where the funeral will be held at 2:30 Sunday afternoon. the Rev. J. J. Bare, assisted by the Rev. Merriman, of Lincolnville, will officiate. Interment will be in the Riverside cemetery at Andrews.
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Huntington Herald-Press
Monday December 20, 1937

          William J Bare, father of the Rev. J. J. Bare, formerly of Andrews, now of Fairmount, Ind., died last week at South Bend, Ind., where funeral services were held Sunday with Dr. Elmer Ward-Cole, formerly of this city, officiating. the elder Mr. Bare, a Civil war veteran, was nearly 96 years old and was known to numerous Andrews folks through visits with his son there.
          Grandchildren include, Mrs. Charles Andrew of this city, Mrs. A. E. Moore, Andrews, and Forest Bare, Andrews.
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Huntington Press-Herald
Sunday May 29, 1938

          The body of Barbara Bare, aged 86, formerly a resident near the Leon Creek Church of the Bretheren was brought to the Funderburg funeral home at Markle last Saturday from Poteskey, Mich., where she died suddenly Friday noon.
          The deceased lived with a sister, Mrs. Malinda Eckman, about a mile east of the Loon Creek church until the sister's death, November 6, 1936, and then went to Petoskey to live with a son, James Bare.
          Surviving besides the son are a sister, Mrs. Clara Dill, Lansing, Mich.
          Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon at the Loon Creek Church of the Brethren of which she was a member, Rev. John Eberly officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. The body will remain at the funeral home until taken to the church for the services.
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Huntington Herald-Press
Tuesday, August 27, 1940
         

         
          Attend Funeral
         

          Ira Bare, a resident of this vicinity several years ago, died at his home near Traverse City, Michigan, Saturday. Those from here who attended the funeral were a brother, Lin Bare, Harry Bare, Earl Ellet and Carol Owens.
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Huntington Herald-Press
Monday July 13, 1942
         
         
          Funeral service for Gradeless Infant Held
         

          Daisy Rebecca Gradeless, infant daughter of Walter and Lela Bare Gradeless, died at 6:15 p.m. Sunday at the Huntington Co. hospital, where she was born a few hours before. The family lives in Wayne township.
          Surviving are the parents, two sisters, Mrs. Ila Miller, this city, and Elisabeth and two brothers, Charles and Harmon Gradeless at home. Grandparents are Mrs. and Mrs. Charles Gradeless, Whitley Co. and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bare, Polk Township, Mrs. Jane Ricks, Andrews is the great grandmother and Milton Hull, Andrews is the step Grandfather.
          Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Monday at the Bailey funeral chapel with the Rev. Gilbert Pegg, pastor of the Andrews Pilgrim Holiness church, officiating. Mrs. Ethel Landrum furnished vocal music with Miss Mary Bailey at the Piano. Flowerbearers were Keith and Paul Landrum. Pallbearers were Charles and Harmon Gradeless. interment was in the Riverside cemetery at Andrews.
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Huntington Herald-Press
Tuesday, January 4, 1944

          Henry Elonzo Bare, 81, former resident of Polk township for many years, died at 11:22 a.m. Monday at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Lester Harris, 802 South Galatin Street, Marion, after a serious illness of three weeks. He had been in failing health for three months.
          Mr. Bare was born December 23, 1862; to Isaac and Lydia M. Bare in Polk township. His marriage April 23, 1904, was to Daisy G. Ricks, who survives.
          Surviving beside the widow were eight children, Mrs. Walter Gradeless, Huntington rural route; Corporal Albert Bare, Robbins Field, Ga., U.S.A.A.C.; Carl C. Bare, Cleveland, Ohio; Miss Agnes Bare and Mrs. Lester Harris, Marion; S-Sgt-T Wardner A. Bare and Sgt. David O. Bare with the United States army in Iran; and Walter Bare, Upland, Calif. there are nine grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Mrs. Minnie Owens, Andrews, is a sister and three brothers are Charles and Frank Bare of Huntington and Linley Bare of Andrews. One grandchild and one great grandchild are dead.
          The body was brought to the Bailey funeral home where friends may call.
          Mr. Bare was a farmer for many years in Polk township and was a member of the Wesleyan Methodist church at Monument City. He had been retired for the last five years.
          Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday the Monument City Wesleyan Methodist church with the Rev. C. C. Fields officiating, assisted by the Rev. Emerson Chapman.
          Burial will be at the Monument City cemetery.
         

         
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          Funeral Service Held for Henry Elonzo Bare
         

          Funeral Services for Henry Elonzo Bare were held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Monument City Wesleyan Methodist church with the Rev. C. C. Fields officiating, assisted by the Rev. Emerson Chapman.
          Music was by the Rev. Chapman with Mrs. Charles Shelley at the piano.
          Flowerbearers were grandchildren, Illa Miller, Gene Miller, Elizabeth Gradeless, Charles Gradeless, Harmon Gradeless, Janet Bare, Junior Bare, Paul Harris, Joyce Harris and Edith Wilson.
          Pallbearers were Charles Shelley, Bert Shell, Ratio Wilson, John Hacker, Frank Noggle and Walter Noggle.
          Burial was at the Monument City cemetery.
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Huntington Herald-Press
Sunday, November 2, 1947

          Mrs. Lela Mae Gradeless, 45, Huntington route nine, died at 3:55 p.m. Saturday at her home after an illness of six weeks. She had been ailing for some time and had been bedfast since the death of a sister late in September.
          She was born March 23, 1902, in Polk township, to Henry and Daisy Ricks Bare. She married Walter Gradeless in 1919.
          Surviving are the husband; two daughters, Mrs. Ila Miller, city, and Miss Elizabeth Gradeless, at home; two sons, Charles Gradeless, Warren township and Harmon Gradeless, at home, the mother, Marion; three grandchildren, Nancy Miller, Dean Miller and Allen Gradeless, five brothers, Wardner, Carl, Bert and David Bare, all of Cleveland, and Walter Bare, Pomona, Calif.., and one sister, Miss Agnes Bare of Marion.
          A daughter, Daisy Rebecca, and a sister, Maude, preceded her in death. The sister was one of the spectators killed at an automobile race at Converse last September.
          The body was removed to the Bailey funeral home where friends may call and where services will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday with the Rev. Garl Beaver, Marion, officiating.
          Burial will be in Riverside Cemetery at Andrews.
         

         
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          Rites Conducted for Mrs. Lela Gradeless
         

          Funeral services for Mrs. Lela Mae Gradeless were conducted at 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Bailey Chapel with the Rev. Garl Beaver of Marion officiating, assisted by the Rev. J. A. Shaffer.
          Mrs. Ethel Landrum sang with Mary Bailey at the organ.
          Pallbearers were Joe Penrod, John Morford, Willis Haupert, Richard Little, Robert Little, Merman Conning, Roger Grossnickel and Patrick Schannep
          Burial was in Riverside cemetery at Andrews.
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Huntington Herald-Press
Thursday, January 12, 1950

          I. Lin Bare, 82 died at 3:40 p.m. Wednesday at his home in Andrews of a heart Ailment. Mr. Bare had been ailing three months and seriously ill a week.
          He was born August 26, 1867, in Polk township to Isaac and Lydia Thrift Bare. He was married to Martha Ellen Owen January 30, 1890, in Polk township. She died in 1935.
          Surviving are four sons, Gurvis F. Bare, Dowagiac, Mich., George W. Bare, Marion, Ind. Harry Bare, Andrews, and Arthur Bare, Marion, Ind.; three daughters, Mrs. Dora Ellet, Andrews; Mrs. Naomi Johnson, Andrews, Mrs. Marie Harris, Phoenix, Ariz.; two brothers, Charles Bare, Huntington and Frank Bare, Fort Wayne; 17 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.
          Mr. Bare had been a ditching contractor for many years, but retired several years ago.
          The body was removed to the Metz Funeral hone, Andrews, where friends may call and where services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday with the Rev. J. D. Blake officiating.
          Burial will be in the Riverside cemetery, Andrews.
         

         
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          I. Lin Bare Funeral Services Conducted
         

          Funeral services for I. Lin Bare were held at 2 p.m. Friday at the Metz funeral home in Andrews with the Rev. J. D. Blake officiating.
          Mrs. Doris Kellam and Glynn Rudig sang with Mrs. Carrie Cronister at the piano. Music was also heard from the chapel organ.
          Flowerbearers were Miss Joan Bare, Miss Janet Bare, Mrs. Ruby Ross, Mrs. Martha Ellet, Mrs. Ona Karst, Mrs. Earl Ellet, Mrs. Robert Ellet, Mrs. John Ellet, Mrs. Edith Scott, Mrs. Ersel Voght and Mrs. Chester McIntire.
          Pallbearers were Earl Ellet, Wilbur Ellet, Robert Ellet, John Ellet, Gene Ross and Roy Bare.
          Burial was at the Riverside cemetery
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Huntington Herald-Press
Friday, November 4, 1955

          Charles H. Bare, 83, died at 5:10 a.m. Friday at the Huntington Co. hospital where he had been taken Thursday morning. He had been ill since last July.
          Bare was born December 6, 1871, in Polk township to Isaac and Lida Thrift Bare. His first wife, Mrs. Sadie Bare, died several years ago. His second marriage was to Christie Fisher, December 7, 1935. She survives.
          The only survivor in addition to the widow is a brother, Frank Bare, Fort Wayne.
          Bare formerly lived in Polk township, moving to Huntington in 1918. His last address was 603 Elm street. He was employed as custodian at the postoffice until his retirement in November, 1936.
          He was a member of the Church of the Brethren.
          Friends may call at the Bailey mortuary, where funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Sunday in the chapel, the Rev. E. R. Fisher officiating.
          Burial will be in the Monument City Cemetery.
         

         
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          Funeral Services Held for Charles H. Bare          

          Funeral Services for Charles H. Bare were conducted at 2 p.m. Sunday in the chapel of the Bailey Mortuary with the Rev. E. R. Fisher officiating. Music was by Mrs. Mary Rowe at the organ.
          Pallbearers were C. C. Collins, Arthur Kline, Thomas Landrigan, Vilas Payne, Ray Ahner and Orren Millen. Burial was in the Monument City cemetery
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Huntington Herald Press
Sunday January 1, 1956

          D. Franklin Bare, 74, 603 Elm street, died at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Huntington Co. hospital, where he was take an hour earlier. He had been in poor health for some time and seriously ill since Friday. Bare was born March 16, 1881, in Polk township to Isaac and Lida Thrift Bare.
          Survivors include the wife Lena, South Bend; two daughters, Mrs. Bertha Dowler and Mrs. Gladys Patas, both of South Bend; four sons, Eugene, Alvin, Kenneth, and Don Bare, all of South Bend; seven grandchildren, five great-grandchildren.
          Bare, a native of Huntington Co., lived 20 years in South Bend before moving to Fort Wayne 10 years ago. he lived in the home of his sister-in-law, Mrs. Christie Bare of this city since November 7. He was a former employee of Studebaker company, South Bend.
          The body was removed to the Bailey mortuary where friends may call after 7 p.m. Saturday and where services will be at 2 p.m. Monday with the Rev. E. R. Fisher, officiating.
         

         
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          Funeral Service Held For D. Franklin Bare
         

          Funeral services for D. Franklin are were held at 2 p.m., Monday in the chapel of the Bailey mortuary with the Rev. E. R. Fisher officiating. Music was by Mrs. Mary Rowe at the organ.
          Pallbearers were Edward Magire, William Dowlar, Sterling McFarlane, and Peter Papas. Burial was in Riverside Cemetery, Andrews.
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Huntington Herald-Press
Friday, February 8, 1957

          Mrs. Christie A. Bare, 84, a native of Polk township and life-long resident of Huntington Co., died at 10:25 p.m. Thursday at the Jefferson sanitarium where she was taken October 12, 1956, after becoming seriously ill. She had been ill since breaking her hip June 5, 1955, and was critical since Sunday.
          Mrs. Bare was born June 9, 1872, in Polk township to Milton and Sarah Richardson Fisher and was married to Charles Bare, who died November 4, 1955.
          A brother, Lon Fisher, Etna avenue extended, survives. A sister, Mrs. Louanna Trippear, preceded her in death.
          Mrs. Bare died several years; at 602 Elm Street.
          Friends may call at the Bailey mortuary, where funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday in the chapel with the Rev. E. R. Fisher officiating. burial will be in the Monument City cemetery.
         

         
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          Funeral Services Held for Mrs. Christie Bare          

          Funeral services for Mrs. Christie A. Bare were held at 2 p.m. Sunday in the chapel of the Bailey mortuary with the Rev. E. R. Fisher officiating. Music was by Mrs. Mary Rowe at the organ.
          Pallbearers were Elmer Lange, Tom Flaugher, Roy Lengel, Arthur Kline, Herbert Bussard and Harrison Richardson. Burial was in the Monument City cemetery.
          Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fisher, Fort Wayne, were among those attending the services. Mr. Fisher is a foster brother whose name was unintentionally omitted from Mrs. Bare's death report.
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Huntington Press-Herald
Sunday, May 5, 1957
         

         
          Mrs. Mary L. Bare Dies at South Bend
         

          Mrs. Mary Lena (Magdalena) Bare, 68, a former resident of Andrews, died Friday, noon a the Burbridge nursing home in South Bend, where she had resided 33 years. She had been ill 12 years.
          Mrs. Bare was born June 13, 1888, in Andrews. She married David Franklin Bare, who preceding in death in December, 1955.
          Survivors include four sons, Eugene, Alvin, Kenneth and Donald Bare, two daughters, Mrs. Betty Dowler and Mrs. Gladys Pappas, all of South Bend and two sisters, Mrs. Josephine Zimmerman, Hammond, and Mrs. Marie Bundy of North Dakota.
          Friends my call at the Orvis funeral home in South Bend where funeral services will be conducted at 10 a.m. Monday, the Rev. Lester Sumerall officiating. Burial will be in the Riverside Cemetery, Andrews.
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Huntington Herald-Press
Sunday, June 11, 1961

          Mrs. Daisy Bare, 80, of Andrews, died a 8:50 a.m. Saturday at the Kilgore Nursing Home, Pierceton. She had been in failing health the last few years and seriously ill since last month.
          Mrs. Bare was born September 19, 1880, to Joseph and Jane Davis Ricks. Her marriage was to Henry Bare who died January 3, 1944. Mrs. Bare had made her home with her sister, Mrs. Ruth Vessels, of Andrews for the last 13 years. She was a member of the Wesleyan Methodist Church at Monument City.
          Surviving are five sons, Carl, David and Albert are of Cleveland, Ohio, and Walter and Wardner Bare of California; a daughter, Agnes Bare, of Royal Oak, Mich.; a brother, Virgil Ricks of St. Louis, Mo.,; three sisters, Mrs. Ora Bottin, Ethel Ricks and Mrs. Vessels of Andrews; 17 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchidren. Deceased are two daughters, Mrs. Maude Harris and Mrs. Lela Gradeless, and a brother Luther Ricks.
          Friends may call after 7 p.m. Sunday at the Bailey Mortuary where funeral services will be held Tuesday. Further Arraignments are incomplete pending arrival of relatives.
         

         
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          Bare Rites Tuesday
         

          Funeral services for Mrs. Daisy Bare, 80, Andrews, will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the Bailey Mortuary Chapel with Rev. Garl Beaver of Marion, officiating. Burial will be in Monument City Cemetery. Mrs. Bare died Saturday morning in the Kilgore Nursing Home at Pierceton.
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          Service Are Held for Mrs. Daisy Bare          

          Funeral services for Mrs. Daisy Bare were conducted 2 p.m. Tuesday in the chapel of the Bailey Mortuary with the Rev. Garl Beaver of Marion officiating. At the chapel organ was Mrs. Mary Rowe. Burial was in the Monument City Cemetery. Pallbearers were Mrs. Bare's grandchildren.
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Huntington Herald-Press
Tuesday, August 21, 1962

          Rev. John J. Bare, 82 retired minister, was found dead at 6:20 p.m. Monday in his Andrews home by his daughter, Mrs. Eugene Moore.
          The Rev. and Mrs. Bare had made their home in Andrews since 1956. He had served as pastor of the Andrews First Christian Church from 1929 to 1936. Prior to that time he served as pastor of the Markle Church of Christ from 1921 to 1929. He was an active minister for 52 years.
          He was a member of the Andrews First Christian Church.
          Rev. Bare was born in St. Joseph Co., March 6, 1880 to William J. and Elizabeth J. Sousley Bare. his marriage was to Anne E. Jones in 1908 at Columbus. She survives.
          Other survivors include three sons, Melvin O. Bare, New Albany, Paul I. Bare, Cincinnati, Ohio, and Forest H. Bare, Andrews; a daughter, Mrs. Eugene (Elizabeth) Moore; a brother, Will G. Bare, South Bend; a sister, Mrs. Nellie Whitmer, North Liberty, nine grandchildren and one great-grandchild. A daughter Ruth, is deceased.
          Friends may call after 7 o'clock tonight at the Deal Funeral Home until 12 noon Wednesday when the body will be removed to the Andrews First Christian Church where services will be held at 2 p.m. with Rev. Wayne Johnson officiating. Burial will be in Riverside Cemetery at Andrews.
         

         
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          Rev. Bare Funeral Services Conducted
         

          Funeral services for the Rev. John J. Bare were held at 2 p.m. today in the Andrews First Christian Church with the Rev. Wayne W. Johnson officiating. Mr. Rudy Decker played the organ.
          Pallbearers included Ray Whitmer, Robert Whitmer, Harry Whitmer, John Spry, Dennis Andrew and Kent Andrew. Burial was in the Riverside Cemetery at Andrews.
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Huntington Herald-Press
Friday, September 27, 1963

          Widow of the Rev. John J. Bare, formerly of Markle and Andrews, Mrs. Anna Elizabeth Bare, 84, died at 4 p.m. Thursday in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Moore at Andrews. She had suffered an extended illness and was seriously ill one month.
          Mrs. Bare was born in St. Joseph Co., July 26, 1879, to Resner and Mary Williams Jones. She married the Rev. Bare on August 2, 1906, at Columbus. He died in August of last year.
          Mrs. Bare was a member of the Andrews Christian Church and the Berean Sunday School Class of the Church. The couple were in Andrews when the Rev. Bare retired in 1956.
          Surviving are the daughter at whose home she died; three sons, Melvin O. Bare, New Albany, Paul I. Bare of Cincinnati, Ohio, and Forest H. Bare of Andrews; a sister, Miss Alice Jones and two brothers, Ernest and Arthur Jones, all of Columbus. nine grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. A daughter Ruth Andrew and a brother Riley Jones, are dead.
          Friends may call after 7 p.m. today in the Deal-Funeral Home at Andrews, until noon Sunday when the Body will be taken to the first Christian Church, where friends may call and where funeral services will be held at 2:30 p.m. Sunday with the Rev. Wayne W. Johnson officiating. Burial will be in Riverside Cemetery, Andrews.
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Huntington Herald-Press
Sunday, August 17, 1969

          Arthur G. Bare, 5834 Council Ring Blvd., Kokomo, died early Saturday morning at the Howard Community Hospital following, a three-month illness.
          He is survived by his wife, Ruby, three sons, Robert, Marion, Teddy and Terry, both at home; tow brothers, George Bare, Marion, and Harry Bare, Andrews; a sister Mrs. Marie Harris, Phoenix, Ariz., three grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.
          Services will be at 1 p.m. Monday at the Fenn Funeral Home, Kokomo, with the Rev. Robert Neeley officiating. Burial will be in Albright Cemetery at Kokomo. Friends may call from 2 to 5 and from 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday.
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Huntington Herald-Press
Tuesday, December 11, 1973
         

         
          Albert J. Bare
         

          Albert J. Bare, 68, died suddenly Monday at Venice, Fla., where he had resided for the last four years.
          He was a former resident of Pilcher's Chapel Community and Mr. Etna Community and had resided more recently in Cleveland, Ohio. Mrs. Bare was employed by the Cleveland Bus Transit, Cleveland, Ohio for 31 years, retrying in 1967. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge 699 F and AM, Fairview, Ohio and a member of the First Presbyterian church.
          Born in Huntington Co., Oct. 7, 1905 to Henry and Daisy Ricks Bare, his marriage was on Sept. 3, 1925 to Mary Lee, who survives.
          Other survivors include four brothers, Carl Bare, Venice Fla., Warner Bare, Fontana, Calif., Walter Bare, Fontana, Calif. and David Bare, Cleveland, Ohio and one sister, Miss Agnes Bare, Fontana, Calif.
          Friends may call at the H. Brown and Son Funeral Home, Warren, from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7u to 9 p.m. Thursday, with Masonic services held at 8 p.m. Thursday. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at the funeral home and burial will be in Mr. Etna Cemetery.
         

         
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          Albert J. Bare
         

          Funeral services for Albert J. Bare were held at 2 p.m. Friday at the H. Brown and Son Funeral Home with Rev. Dean Krieg, Fairmount officiating.
          Pallbearers were Carl Bare, Jr. Harman Gradeless, Charles Gradeless, Bruce Satterthwaite, Robert Satterthwaite and Dale Lee.
          Masonic services were held by King Lodge 248 F and AM of Warren. Burial was in Mt. Etna Cemetery.
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Huntington Press-Herald
Tuesday, August 10, 1976
         

         
          Roy C. Bare
         

          Roy C. Bare, 73, Beulah, Mich., a a former resident of Huntington Co., died Wednesday at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Paul Oliver Hospital, Frankfort Michigan. He had been ill one week.
          He was born Dec. 28, 1902, to Cyrus and Alice Bare in Polk Township. He was married Dec. 16, 1923, to the former Marjories Ellis, who survives.
          Surviving in addition to the widow are one son, Doyle R. Bare, Warren, and one sister, Mrs. Iva Raphfon, Andrews. Also surviving are three grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
          Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Friday at the Bennet Funeral Home, Venzonia, Michigan, with Rev. John Bare, a first cousin of Mr. Bare offiiciatng. Burial was in Indland Township Cemetery in Michigan.
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Huntington Herald-Press
Friday, October 13, 1978

          George W. Bare, 74, Marion, died at 2:30 p.m. Thursday at the Marion General Hospital where he had been a patient the past two weeks. He had been ill for the last year.
          A World War II Navy veteran, Mrs. Bare was a member of the Grace United Methodist Church in Marion and a member of the National Association of Retired Federal Employees. He was also a retired nursing assistant for the Veteran's Administration Hospital in Marion, retiring in 1959.
          Mrs. Bare was born in Huntington Co. Feb. 22, 1904, and resided in the Marion area most of his life. His marriage was to the former Lucy Watson, who survives.
          Surviving in addition to the widow are a son, William Bare, Fort Wayne; a brother, Harry Bare, Huntington; a sister Mrs. Marie Harris, Phoenix, Ariz.; and two grandchildren.
          Friends may call at the Shawley Memorial Chapel, 2901 S. Washington St., Marion, from 2 to 9 p.m.. Sunday. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at the funeral home with Rev. Harold Joyce and Rev. James Cheney officiating. Burial will be in the Gardens of Memory Cemetery. Preferred memorials are to the American Lung Association of Indiana.
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Huntington Herald-Press
Friday, November 25, 1983

          Mrs. Mary L. Bare, 80 a resident of the United Methodist Memorial Home, Warren, died at 9:40 a.m. Wednesday (Nov. 23, 1983) at the home. She had been ill for the past year.
          Mrs. Bare, a retired secretary, was a resident of Marion prior to entering the home, and was a member of the Marion Church of Christ.
          She was born Jan. 3, 1903 in Wayne Township, Huntington Co. to Howard K. and Flora Pinkle Lee, and her marriage was on Sept. 18, 1935 to Albert Bare, who died Dec. 10, 1973.
          Survivors include a sister, Mrs. Bertha Satterthwaite, Marion and two brothers, Galen and Verley Lee, both of Huntington.
          Friends May call after 1 p.m. Saturday at the Butler Funeral Home, Warren, and from 11 a.m. Sunday until time of services at 2 p.m. at the United Methodist Memorial Home. Rev. Ray Lawrence and Rev. Harold Olson will officiate, and burial will be in the Mt. Etna Cemetery.
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          Services for Mary L. Bare were conducted at 2 p.m. Sunday in the United Methodist Memorial Home, Warren, with Rev. Ray Lawrence and Rev. Gail Davis officiating.
          Pallbearers were Lawrence Lefevere, Bruce Satterthwaite, Donald Sounders, Merritt Bragg, Charles Gradeless and Maurice Thorne. Burial was in the Mt. Etna Cemetery, and the Butler Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
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Huntington Herald-Press
Monday August 18, 1986

          Forest H. "Frosty" Bare, 70, 1310A Memorial Lane, died at 8:58 p.m. Sunday (Aug. 17. 1986) at Miller's Merry Manor.
          Mr. Bare was a retired cost accountant with the Huntington Co. Highway Department, where he had been employed for 11 years. He also worked part time at Huntington Laboratories. He was a member and elder at First Christian Church in Andrews.
          Mr. Bare was a past master of Antioch Lodge 410 F. A.M., a member of Amity Lodge 483 F. A. M., a past high priest of Huntington Chapter 27 Royal Arch Masons, a past illustrious master of Huntington Council 51 Royal and Select Masters, a past commander of Huntington Commandery 35 Knight Templar, a member of the Knights of the York Cross of Honor of Fort Wayne, a member of the York Rite College 55 of Indiana in Fort Wayne, a past worthy patron of the Andrews Chapter of the Order of Eastern Star, an active member of Floral Chapter 75 Order of Eastern Star, and a member of the Scottish Rite Bodies of Fort Wayne.
          He was born Oct. 15, 1915 in Gwynnville, Ind., to John and Anna Elizabeth Sousely Bare. His marriage was on June 12, 1940, in Huntington, to the former Margaret A. Roberts, who survives.
          Additional survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Ann Whitlow, Atlanta, Ga.; a sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Moore, Andrews two brothers, Paul Bare, Cincinnati, Ohio, and Melvin Bare, New Albany, and two grandsons.
          A sister is deceased.
          Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday and from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at the Deal Robins Funeral Home. The Order of eastern Star will conduct twilight services at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home, and Masonic services will be held there at 7 p.m. Wednesday. Funeral Services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Fist Christian Church in Andrews, with Rev. Henry Hackett and Rev. A. W. Farnsworth officiating. Burial will be in the Gardens of memory Cemetery.
          Preferred memorials are contributions to the Huntington Co. Cancer Society or the First Christian Church in Andrews.
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          Services for Forest "Frosty" Bare were held at 2 p.m. Thursday at the First Christian Church, Andrews, with Rev. Henry Hackett officiating. Burial was in the Gardens of Memory Cemetery.
          Honorary pallbearers were Eugene Hartle, Lewis Dixon, Ben Garretson, Edgar Casey, Ernest Greiger, and Clyde Reed. Pallbearers were J. D. Spry, Howard Wright, Marland Miller, Terry Miller, Lyle Garretson, John Spry, Tim Spry and Kent Andrew.
          The Deal and Robbins Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
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Huntington Herald-Press
Tuesday, December 27, 1988

          Glendora Kathleen Bare, 61, Ithaca, Mich., died at 11:45 a.m. Monday (Dec. 26, 1988) at the scene of an accident on I-69.
          She was the owner-operator of the Just-In-time Campground, Ithaca, Mich.
          Mrs. Bare was born Aug. 6, 1927, in Ithaca, Mich., to Glenn and Arissa Darry Putnam. Her mother, a resident of Ithaca, Mich., survives.
          Her marriage was on Sept. 28, 1946 in Ithaca. Mich., to Earl R. Bare, who survives.
          Also surviving are a son, Rodney Bare, Perrington, Mich.; a daughter, Mrs. David (Renee) Natali, Ithaca, Mich.; three grandchildren, and three sisters. Mrs. Jim (Billie) Kench, Ithaca, Mich., Mrs. Gary (Joan) MacGregor, Clare, Mich., and Mrs. David (Diana) Wilson, Pickney, Mich.
          Calling hours and services will be held at the Dewey Funeral Home, Ithaca, Mich. Burial will be in the North Star Cemetery, North Star, Mich.
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Huntington Herald-Press
Wednesday, March 14, 1990

          Service for Audrey Rankin Bare, Terre Haute, who died Jan. 30 at Westridge Nursing Home there, were held Feb. 2 at DeBaun Funeral Home, Terre Haute.
          Burial was in Prairie Creek West Lawn Cemetery, near Terre haute.
          She was a former resident of Huntington, born here Feb. 12, 1916 to Oscar and Minnie Mumma Rankin.
          Surviving are a daughter: Courine Motz, Terre Haute; two brothers: Forrest Rankin, Phoenix, Ariz.; and Larry Rankin, Fremont, Ohio; two sisters: Ethel Murphy, Santa Rose, Calif.; and Edna Owens, Huntington; four grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.
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Huntington Herald-Press
Monday, August 31, 1992

          Paul I. Bare, 81, Cincinnati, Ohio, died at 8 p.m. Friday (Aug. 28, 1992) at his home
          Mr. Bare was a 1931 graduate of Andrews High School and attended Cincinnati Bible College. He was a member of Clover Nook Church of Christ, where he served as elder, and a member of the official board. He was a member of the Cincinnati City Police Department for 20 years, and then was a part of the campus security force at the University of Cincinnati for 20 years, attaining the rank of sergeant.
          He was born March 23, 1911, in Columbus to John J. and Anna E. Jones Bare. His marriage was Dec., 26, 1935, in Andrews to Kathryn Ross; she survives.
          Also surviving are a daughter, Sherill Arand, Cincinnati, Ohio; a son, Martin R. Bare, Virginia; a sister, Elizabeth Moore, Andrews, a brother Melvin O. Bare, New Albany; and three grandchildren.
          Friends may call from 5 to 8 p.m. today at the Paul Young Funeral Home, 7345 Hamilton Ave., Cincinnati. Services will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Clover Nook church of Christ, Gallbraith Street, Cincinnati. Burial will be in the Arlington Cemetery
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Huntington Herald-Press
Monday, November 27, 1995

          Agnes Leota Bare, 86, a resident of the United Methodist Memorial Home in Warren, died at the home at 6:16 a.m. today (Nov 27, 1995)
          Miss Bare was born Nov. 16, 1909 in Huntington to Henry E. and Daisy G. Ricks Bare.
          She had lived in Huntington Co. and in Desert Hot Springs, Calif., before moving to the United Methodist Memorial Home in 1982.
          Survivors include two brothers, Wardner Bare and Walter Bare, both of California.
          Calling hours are from 3 to 8 p.m. Wednesday in the Applegate Chapel of the United Methodist Memorial Home where services will be held at 10 a.m.. Thursday. Rev. Nigel Everett will officiate.
          Burial will be in the Monument City Cemetery.
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Huntington Herald-Press
Thursday, January 8, 1998

          Charles E. Gradeless, 72, Talma, a former resident of Bippus, died at 5:30 a.m. Thursday (Jan. 8, 1998) at his home.
          Mr. Gradeless retired from Dalton Foundry in Warsaw in 1988 after 11 years of service. He was formerly a truck driver fro Rollcoater Trucking in Pendleton.
          He was born July 3, 1925 in Huntington Co. to Walter and Lela Bare Gradeless. He married Evelyn Garshwiler in Huntington on Feb. 24, 1948. She survives.
          Also surviving are three sons, Alan Gradeless, Hendersonville, Tenn., David Gradeless, Huntington and Charlie Gradeless, Fort Wayne; two daughters, Mrs. Kent (Christine) Duhamell, Greencastle, and Mrs. Ross (Carlene) Staller, South Whitley, 14 grandchildren, two great-grandchildren, a sister, Elizabeth Leach, North Webster; and a brother, Harmon Gradeless, Almond, Wis.
          He was proceeded in death by two sisters, Rebecca Gradeless and Ila Stensel.
          Calling is from 204 and 6-8 Saturday at the Deal-Robbins and Van Gilder Funeral Home, Huntington Chapel, where funereal service will be 2 p.m. Sunday.
          Burial will be at the Riverside Cemetery, Andrews.
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          Services were held for Charles Gradeless at 2 p.m. Sunday at Deal-Robbins and Van Gilder Funeral Home, Huntington Chapel, with Elder Jon Knecht officiating.
          Pallbearers were Clint Gradeless, Kyle Gradeless, Ross Staller, Kent Duhamell, Dean Miller and Travis Dorsett.
          Burial was at Riverside Cemetery, Andrews.
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Huntington Herald-Press
Tuesday, January 13, 1998

          Harry E. Bare, 89, a resident of Byron Health Care, Fort Wayne, died there at 6:45 p.m. Monday (Jan. 12, 1998)
          Mr. Bare, a former resident of Andrews, worked as a conductor for the Erie Railroad for 30 years. He was a member of the Andrews Conservation Club.
          He was born May 7, 1908, in Andrews, to Linn and Martha Owens Bare. He married Opal Smith Aug. 3, 1930, in Huntington; his wife died Feb. 21, 1958.
          Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Donald (Janet) Hammel, Wabash; nine grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren.
          He was preceded in death by a daughter, Joanna Stanley; three sisters, Dora Ellet, Naomi Johnson and Marie Harris; three brothers, Gurvis, George and Art Bare.
          Calling is 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Deal-Robbins Van Gilder Funeral Home, Andrews Chapel, where services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday with Rev. Raymond Waldfogel officiating. Burial will be at the Riverside Cemetery, Andrews.
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Huntington Herald-Press
Monday, January 19, 1998

          Margaret A. Bare, 80, Norcross, Ga., died at 8:15 a.m. Sunday (Jan. 18, 1998) at Lilburn Rehabilitation Center in Lilburn, Ga. Mrs. Bare had been a lifelong resident of Huntington Co. prior to moving to Norcross in 1993.
          She worked for 21 years at Woolworth and two years at Kmart, both in Huntington. She was a member of First Christian Church, Andrews, Order of Eastern Star where she had been a past worthy matron. Women's Club, Grandmothers Club, Dallas township Home Extension Club; and Epsilon Sigma Alpha Sorority, Beta Chi Chapter.
          She was born July 15, 1917 in Andrews to Everett and Alta Garshwiler Roberts. She married Forest H. Bare in Huntington on June 12, 1940. He died Aug. 17, 1986.
          Survivors include a daughter Mrs. David (Ann) Whitlow, Norcross; two grandsons; and a sister, Jean Allreid, Columbia City.
          A brother James Roberts, preceded her in death.
          Calling is 4-8 p.m. Tuesday at Deal-Robbins and Van Gilder Funeral Home, Huntington Chapel, where Order of eastern Star Services will be held at 7 p.m.
          Funeral Services will be a 1 p.m. Wednesday at First Christian Church, 90- Snowden St., Andrews, with Dr. Kent Young officiating.
          Burial will be in Gardens of Memory, Marion.
          Preferred memorials are to First Christian Church, Andrews, or to the Huntington Co. Cancer Society.
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          Calling for Margaret A. Bare will be held from noon until the 1 p.m. funeral service Wednesday at First Christian Church in Andrews.
          This calling hour is in addition to the calling hours Tuesday at Deal-Robbins and Van Gilder Funeral Home, Huntington Chapel. This information was not provided in the original obituary.

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          Huntington Co., Indiana Marriage Applications 1909-1945          
Alber, N. Ray - b. Oct 1, 1886, Indianapolis, Ind. - Res. Portland Oregon -
           occ. manufacturer - f. Edward Ellworth Alber - b. Ohio - occ. cigar
           maker - Res. Indindanpolis Ind. - M. Alice Bolsar - b. Ohio - res. (deceased)
Lautzenhiser, Mayme Twila - b. May 30, 1888, N. Manchester, Ind. - res.
           Andrews, In. - Occ nurse - f. Frank Lautzenhiser - b. N. Manchester,
           Ind. - occ. factory supt. - res. Andrews, Ind. m. Sarah Ann Bare -
           B. Sidney, Ind. Res. McPherson, Kansas
           filed June 22, 1912

Anderson, Earl E. b. Feb. 4, 1897, Wisconsin - res. Hgtn. Co., Ind. -
           occ. farming - f. Charles Anderson - b. Rochester, Ind. - occ.
           stationary fireman - res. Andrews, Ind. m. Phoebe Bare - b. Hgtn.
           Co., Ind. Res. Andrews, Ind.
Enyart, Veva M. - b. march 21, 1908, Benton Co., Ind. - res. Hgtn. Co.,
           Ind. - f. Lewis Enyart - b. Illinois - occ. farming - res. Illinois -
           m. Emma Grobe - b. Benton Co., Ind. - res. Hgtn. Co., Ind.
           Filed July 29 1921.

Anderson, Everett Guy - b. March 31, 1901, Andrews, Ind. - Res. Andrews,
           Ind. - occ. steam shovel operator - f. Charles Anderson - b. Hgtn.
           Co., Ind. - occ. laborer - res. Andrews, Ind. - m. Phoebe Bare - b.
           Hgtn. Co., Ind. - res. Andrews, Ind.
Wintrode, Claire L. - b. Dec. 24, 1907, Wabash Co., Ind. - res. Andrews,
           Ind. - f. David Wintrode - b. Hgtn. Co., Ind. - occ. farming - res.
           Andrews, Ind. - m. Harriet Hudnell - b. Hgtn. Co., Ind. - res. And-
           res, Ind.
           Filed April 18, 1925

Andrew, Charles R. - b. Aug. 6, 1910, Hgtn., Ind. - res. 1212 Fruit St.,
           Hgtn., Ind. - occ. pipe fitter - f. Charles Andrew - b. Hgtn. Co.,
           Ind. - occ. brick layer - res. Andrews, Ind. m. Vera Weber - b.
           Hgtn. Co., Clear Creek Twp., Ind. - res. Andrews, Ind.
Bare, Ruth I. - b. Jan. 31, 1909, Bicknell, Ind. - res. Hgtn., Ind. -
           f. J. J. Bare - b. St. Joseph Co., Ind. occ. clergy - res. Andrews,
           Ind. - m. Anna Jones - b. St. Joseph Co., Ind. res. Andrews, Ind.
           Filed April 28, 1934

Bair, Aaron Jerome - b. April 23, 1861, Hgtn. Co., Ind. - res. Hgtn., Ind. -
           occ. laborer 2 2nd marriage - wife deceased - f. Abraham Bair - b.
           Pennsylvania - res. (deceased) - m. Sarah Sult - b. Pennsylvania -
           res. (deceased).
McConnell, Sarah Allen - b. Dec. 1, 1870, Wells Co., Ind. - res. Hgtn.,
           Ind. - 2nd marriage - husband deceased - father David Stetzel - b. Ft.
           Wayne, Ind. = res. (deceased) - m. Mary Jane Lantis - b. Hgtn. Ind. -
           res. (deceased)
           Filed July 21, 1928

Bair, Bert - b. March 28, 1881, Columbia City, Ind. Res. Hgtn. Ind. -
           occ. teamster - 2nd marriage - divorced Jan 2, 1909 - f
           Edwin Bair
           b. Canton Ohio - Occ. teamster - res. Hgtn., Ind. - m. Matilda
           A. Welch - b. Ronaoke, Ind. res. Hgtn., Ind.
Allen, Osee - b. Feb. 4, 1884, Kansas City, (not shown) - res. Hgtn.,
           Ind. 0 occ. housekeeper - end marriage - divorced Jan 18, 1908 - f.
           Charles Gump - b North Manchester, Ind. Occ. Carpenter -- res.
           South Whitley, Ind. m. Anna Beasley - b Kansas City. - res. (deceased)
           Filed August 3, 1909

Bair, Edward Lester - b Aug 28, q868, Burlington, Iowa - res. Chicago,
           Ill. - occ traveling salesman - 3rd marriage - 1st divorced -2nd
           wife deceased - f. Wm. R. Bair - Wooster, Wayne Co., Ohio - res.
           (deceased) - m. Carrie Alice Ingersoll - b. Augusta, Iowa - res.
           (deceased)
Wagner, Ruth - b. Nov. 26, 1887, Hgtn., Ind. - res. Hgtn., Ind. - occ.
           asst. mgr. at Union Laundry Co., - f. Henry H. Wagner - b. Hgtn., Ind. -
           occ. civil engineer - res. Hgtn. Ind. - m. Mary Elizabeth Sprinkle -
           b. Hgtn., Ind. - occ. mgr. of Union Laundry Co. - res. Hgtn., Ind.
           Filed October 19, 1918

Bair, Elmer - b. Dec. 25, 1884, Whitley Co., Ind. res. Hornell, N.Y.
           occ. boilermaker - 2nd marriage - divorced July 17 1942 - f. Ed
           Bair - b. Pennsylvania - res. (deceased) - m. Anna Welch - b. (not
           known) - res. Hgtn., Ind.
Sheller, Nellie Marie - b. Dec. 18, 1895, Adams Co., Ind. - res. Hgtn.,
           Ind. - 2nd marriage - husband deceased May 1, 1931 - f. John Hamer -
           b. Adams Co., Ind. - res. (deceased) - m. Sarah Emley Smith - f.
           Ohio - res. (deceased)
           Filed November 24, 1943

Bair, Ervin J. - b. May 11, 1907, Hgtn. Co., Ind. - res. Hgtn., Ind.,
           R.#3 - occ. lumber worker - f. Edward Bair - b. Hgtn. Co., Ind. -
           occ. lumber worker - res. Hgtn., Ind., R.#3 - m. Laura Decker - b.
           Fulton Co., Ind. - res. Hgtn., Ind., R.#3
Edgington, Mabel L. - b. March 27, 1910, Hgtn. Co., Ind. - res. Hgtn.
           Ind., R.#3 - f. James Edgington - b. Brown Co., Ohio - occ. farmer -
           res. Hgtn., Ind., R.#3 - m. Lilly Frech - b. Hgtn. Co., Ind. - res.
           Hgtn., Ind., R.#3
           Filed March 3, 1928

Bair, Walter - b. July 6, 1904, Hgtn., Ind. - res. Hgtn., Ind. - occ.
           Erie R.R. - f. Wm. Bair - b. Hgtn., Ind. - occ. Erie R.R. - Res.
           Hgtn., Ind. - m. Rosy Palmer - b. Illinois - res. Hgtn., Ind.
Holley, Irene - b. March 18, 1904, Wabash, Ind. - res. Hgtn., Ind.-
           f. Albert Holley - b. Indiana - occ. laborer - res. Hgtn., Ind. -
           M. Ella Leonard - b. Indiana - res. Hgtn., Ind.
           Filed August 25, 1922

Bair Walter - b. July 6, 1904, Hgtn., Co., Ind. - res. Marion, Ind.-
           occ. laborer - 2nd marriage - divorced November 1928 - f. Wm. D.
           Bair - b. Hgtn., Ind. res. (deceased) - m. Margaret R. Palmer -
           b. Danville, Illinois - res. Hgtn., Ind.
Grush, Leora - b. march 3, 1913, Hgtn. Co., Ind. - res. Marion, Ind. -
           Ind. - m. Norma Swaim - b. Wells Co., Ind. - res. Marion, Ind.
           Filed October 5, 1929

Bare, Charles - b. Nov. 6, 1871, Hgtn. Co., Ind. - res. Hgtn., Ind. - occ.
           janitor, post Office - 2nd marriage - divorced 1933 - f. Isaac A. Bare -
           b. Polk Twp., Hgtn. Co., Ind. - res. (deceased) - m. Lydia M. Thrift -
           b. north Carolina - res. (deceased)
Stephens, Christie - b. June 9, 1872, Polk Twp., Hgtn, Co., Ind. - res.
           Hgtn., Ind. - 2nd marriage - divorced 1914 - f Milton Fisher - b. Polk
           Twp. - res. (deceased) m. Sarah C. Richardson - b. Newcastle, Ind. -
           res. (deceased)
           Filed Dec 14, 1935

Bare, Charles H. - b. Nov. 6, 1871, Hgtn Co., Ind. - res. Hgtn., Ind. -
           occ. janitor, Post Office - f. Isaac A. Bare - b. Ohio - occ. farming -
           res. Hgtn. Co., Ind. - m. Lydia Thrift - b. North Carolina - res.
           (deceased)
Weaver, Sadie - b. July 31, 1874, Grant co., Ind. - res. Warren, Ind. -
           2nd marriage - divorced June 1, 19026 - f. George Wine - b. Grant Co.,
           Ind. - occ. farming - res. Marion, Ind. - m. Sarah Johnston - b. grant
           Co., Ind. - res. Marion Ind.
           Filed September 4, 1926

Bare, Charles H. - b. Nov. 6, 1872, Hgtn. Co., Ind. - res. Hgtn., Ind. -
           occ. janitor - 2nd marriage - divorced 1928 - f. Isaac Bare - b. Ohio
           occ. farmer - res. (deceased) m. Lydia M. Thrift - b. North Carolina -
           res. (deceased)
Weaver, Sadie A. - b. July 2, 1874, grant Co., Ind. - res. Hgtn., Ind. -
           wnd marriage - divorced 1924 - f. George Wine - B. Grant co., Ind. -
           occ. farmer - res. (deceased) - m. Sarah Johnston - b. north Carolina
           Filed May 21, 1929

Bare, Forest H. - b. Oct. 19, 1915, Lynnville, Ind. - res. Andrews, Ind. -
           occ. filling station prop. - f. John J. Bare - b. St. Joseph Co.,
           Ind. - occ. minister - res. treaty Ind. m. Anna E. Jones - b. St.
           Joseph Co., Ind. - res. Treaty, Ind.
Roberts, Margaret - b. July 15, 1917, Andrews, Ind. - res. Andrews, Ind. -
           f. Everett H. Roberts - b. Andrews, Ind. occ. cashier, Wabash Freight-
           res. Andrews, Ind. - m. Alta Elizabeth Garshwiler - b. Howard Co., Ind. -
           res. Andrews, Ind.
           Filed June 3, 1940

Bare, Harry Edward - b. May 8, 1908, Andrews, Ind. - res. Andrews, Ind. -
           occ. truck driver - f. Linn Bare - b. Indiana - occ. laborer - res.
           Andrews, Ind. - m. Martha Owens - b. Wabash Co., Ind. - res. Andrews,
           Ind.
Smith, Opal Lucille - b. June 19, 1914, Banquo, Ind. - res. Andrews, Ind. -
           f. Frank Smith - b. Hgtn. Co., Ind. - occ. Caswell-Runyan - res. (de-
           ceased) - m. Stella Snyder - b. Hgtn. Co., Ind. - res. Andrews, Ind.
           Filed August 2, 1930

Bare, Paul F. - b. march 23, 1911, Columbus, Ind. - res. Andrews, Ind. -
           occ. student minister - f. J. J. Bare - b. St. Joseph Co., Ind. -
           occ minister - res. Andrews, Ind. - m. Anna Elizabeth Jones - b.
           St. Joseph Co., Ind. - res. Andrews, Ind.
Ross, Kathryn - b. Sept 26, 1914, Andrews, Ind. - res. Andrews, Ind. -
           f. Homer Ross - b. Andrews, Ind. occ. carpenter - res. Andrews, Ind. -
           m. Mayme Needham - b. Lafayette, Ind. - res. Andrews, Ind.
           Filed December 26, 1934

Bare, Roy - b. Dec. 28, 1902, Polk Twp., Hgtn. Co., Ind. - res. Polk Twp. -
           occ. shoemaker - f. Cyrus Bare - b. Polk Twp. - res. (deceased) - m.
           Alice Fisher - b. Polk Twp. - res. Polk Twp.
Ellis, Marjorie - b. Aug. 8. 1906, Waltz Twp., Miami Co., Ind. - res.
           Wayne Twp., Hgtn, Co., Ind. - f. Tom Ellis - b Miami Co., Ind. - occ.
           farming - res. Wayne Twp. - m. Lillie Stout - b. Miami Co., Ind. -
           res. Wayne Twp.
           Filed December 16, 1924

Ellet, John - b. Aug. 2, 1892. Hgtn. Co., Ind. - res. Hgtn., Ind. -
           Occ. Erie R.R. - f. Joseph Ellet - b. Ohio - occ. retired farmer -
           Res. Hgtn., Ind. - m. Elsie Funk - b. Hgtn. Co., Ind., - res. (de-
           ceased)
Bare, Dora - b. June 25, 1893, Wells Co., Ind. - res. Andrews, Ind. -
           f. Isaac Lin Bare - b. Hgtn. Co., Ind. - occ. ditch contractor -
           res. Andrews. Ind. - m. Martha Ellen Owen - b. Wabash Co., Ind. -
           res. Andrews, Ind.
           Filed November 23, 1915

Elston, Lewis - b. Sept. 8, 1921, Hgtn. Co., Ind. - res. Hgtn., Ind. -
           occ. Rock Wool Co., - f. John E. Elston - b. Ohio - res. (deceased)
           m. Letha C. Bailey - b. Monroe, Ind. - res. Hgtn., Ind.
Bair, Helen M. - b. May, 1923, Hgtn., Ind. - res. Hgtn., Ind. - f.
           Walter Bair - b. Hgtn., Ind. - occ. Nat'l Cement Vault Co. - res.
           Hgtn., Ind. - m. Irene Holley - b. Hgtn., Ind. - res. Hgtn., Ind.
           Filed Feb. 24, 1941

Harris, Elmer - b. March 27, 1894, Wabash Co., Ind. - res. Andrews, ind. -
           occ. laborer - f. James m. Harris - b. Wabash Co., Ind. - occ. farmer -
           res. Warren, ind. - m. Anna Elliott - b. Racine wisconsin - res. (not
           shown)
Bare, Marie b. Jan. 22. 1897, Wabsh Co., Ind. - res. Andrews, ind. -
           occ. waitress - f. Isaac Lynn 0 b. Hgtn. Co., Ind. - occ. ditcher -
           res. Andrews, Ind. - m Martha E. Owen - b. Wabash Co., Ind. - res.
           Andrews, Ind.
           Filed March 30, 1916

Harris, Lester G. - b. Feb. 3, 1889, Randolph co., Ind. - res. Marion, Ind. -
           occ. mechanic -2nd marriage - wife deceased 1928 - f. Isom Harris - b.
           North Carolina - occ. farmer - res. (deceased) - m. Ann R. Hayworth -
           b. Randolph Co., Ind. - res. Randolph Co., Ind.
Bare, Maude D. - b. June 11, 1913, Hgtn. Co., Ind. - res. Hgtn. Co., Ind. -
           f. Henry Bare - b. Hgtn. Co., Ind. - occ. farming - res. Hgtn. Co., Ind. -
           m. Daisy Ricks - b. Grant co., Ind. - res. Hgtn Co., Ind.
           Filed March 8, 1930

Hart, Roscoe L. - b. Jan. 27, 1885, Hgtn. Co., Ind. - res. Hgtn., Ind. -
           occ. painter - 3rd marriage - 1st divorced Set 3, 1924 - 2nd divorced
           Feb. 16, 1929 - f. Samuel Hart - b. Hgtn. Co., Ind. - res. (deceased) -
           m. Lucinda Dilling - b. (not shown) - res. (deceased)
Hanson, Nina - b. Aug. 6, 1887, Hgtn. Co., Ind. res. Lancaster Twp.,
           Hgtn. Co., Ind. - 3rd marriage - 1st divorced Sept. 3, 1924 - 2nd divorced
           Dec. 19,. 1931 - f. Frank Downey - b. Hgtn. Co., Ind. res. (deceased) -
           m. Sarah Bare - b. (not shown) - res. (deceased).
           Filed May 20,1933

Hoover. J. Frank - b. Sept. 20, 1861, Hgtn. Co., Ind. - res. Hgtn., Ind, -
           occ. retired - 2nd marriage - wife deceased - f. John S. Hoover - b.
           Pennsylvania - res. (deceased) - m. Nancy J. Bare - b. Pennsylvania -
           res. (deceased)
Evans, Arta - b. Feb. 8, 1868, Lancaster Twp., Hgtn. Co., Ind. - res.
           Hgtn., Ind. - 2nd marriage - husband deceased - f. Jonas Gill - b.
           Indiana - res. (deceased) - m. Lorinda Helms - b. Hgtn. Co., Ind. -
           res. (deceased)
           Filed October 225, 1928

Howes Harold, b. March 9, 1919, Havre, Montana - res. Andrews, Ind. -
           occ. Caswell-Runyan Co., - f. Newton E. Howes - b. Iowa - occ. laborer -
           res. Andrews, Ind. - m. Sarah E. Bare - b. Kansas - res. Andrews, Ind.
Heller, Geneva V. - b. March 6, 1917, Hgtn. Co., Ind. - res. Roanoke,
           Ind. - f. Edward L. Heller - b. Hgtn. Co., Ind. occ. retired - res.
           Bippus, Ind. m. Anna C. Young - b. Wabash Co., Ind. - res. Bippus, Ind.
           Filed May 29, 1941

Johnson, Floyd - b. July 19, 1890, Jackson Twp., Wells Co., Ind. -
           res. Roanoke, Ind. - occ. feed barn - f. D. Harvey Johnson -
           b. Grant co., Ind. - occ. feed and tie in Barn - res. Roanoke, Ind. -
           m. Laura Slifer - b. Hancock Co., Ind. - res. Roanoke, Ind.
Bear, Lulu - b. Dec. 6, 1888, Champaign Co., Ill. - res. Jackson
           Twp., Hgtn. Co., Ind. - f. Sebastian G. Bear - b. Franklin Co., Pa. -
           occ. farming - res. Jackson Twp. - m. Emma Boyd - b. Champaign
           Co., Ill.
           Filed February 12, 1910

Johnson, Harry N. - b. Nov. 5, 1885, Roanoke, Ind. - res. Andrews, Ind. -
           occ. Cigar store - 2nd marriage - wife deceased - f. Albert G. Johnson -
           b. Indiana - occ. minister - res. Hgtn., Ind. - m. Ollie Umstead -
           b. Pennsylvania - res. (deceased)
Bare, Naomi M. - b. Dec. 20, 1894, near Monument City, Ind. - res.
           Andrews, Ind. - f. Lin Bare - b. Hgtn. Co., Ind. - occ. farming -
           res. Andrews, Ind. - m Martha E. Owen - b. Wabash Co., Ind. - res.
           Andrews, Ind.
           Filed November 5, 1919

Karst, Clarence - b. July 13, 1889, Harlansburg, Hgtn. Co., Ind. - res.
           Andrews, Ind. occ. cabinet finisher - f. Frank Karst - b. (not
           shown) - res. (deceased) - m. Catherine Kline - b. Nebraska - res.
           (deceased)
Owen, Ona - b. Sept. 28, 1890, Wabash Co., Ind. res. Andrews. Ind. -
           f. Elmer Owen - b. Hgtn. Co., Ind. - occ. farming - res. Andrews, Ind. -
           m. Minnie Bare - b. Hgtn. Co., Ind. - occ housekeeper - res. Andrews,
           Ind.
           Files September 17, 1910

Merriman, Curtis Hillery - b. May 27, 1869, Whitley Co., Ind. - res. Hgtn.,
           Ind. -cc Erie R.R. shop - 2nd marriage -wife deceased 1929 - f.
           Martin B. Merriman - b. Whitley Co., Ind. - occ. farming - res.
           (deceased) - m. Rebecca Sutton - b. Hgtn., Ind. - res. (deceased)
Garretson, Golda Annis - b. May 17, 1884, Wabash, Ind. - res. Hgtn.,
           Ind. - occ. Asbestos Factory - 2nd marriage - divorced 1927 - f.
           Ira Bare - b. Monument City, Ind. - occ. farming - res. Traverse
           City, Mich. - m. Maude Billings - b. Wabash, Ind. res. Traverse
           City, Mich.
           Filed April 18, 1931

Miller, Gene L. - b. Aug. 6, 1923, Hgtn., Ind. - res. Hgtn., Ind. - occ.
           factory - f. John F. Miller - b Hgtn., Ind. occ. farming - res.
           Hgtn., Ind. - m. Blanche Comer - b. Adams Co., Ind. - res. Hgtn., Ind.
Gradeless, Ila L. - b. Aril 13, 1920, Hgtn. Co., Ind. - res. Hgtn., Ind. -
           f. Walter I. Gradeless - b. Whitley Co., Ind. - occ. farming - res.
           Hgtn., Ind. - m. Lela Bare - b. Hgtn. Co., Ind. res. Hgtn., Ind.
           Filed November 8, 1941

Moore, Eugene - b. Nov. 12, 1912, Hgtn. Co., Ind. - res. Andrews, Ind. -
           occ. cabinet factory - f. H. I. Moore - b. Randolph Co., Ind. - occ.
           farmer - res. Andrews, Ind. m. Ida Albert - b. Hgtn. Co., Ind. -
           Res. (deceased)
Bare, Elizabeth - b. Aril 4, 1913, Rush Co., Ind. - res. Hgtn., Ind -
           f. John J. Bare - b. St. Joseph Co., Ind. - occ. minister - res.
           Fairmount, Ind. m. Anna Jones - b. St. Joseph Co., Ind. - res.
           Fairmount, Ind.
           filed November 21, 1936

Rathfon, Chester David - b. April 5, 1915, Hgtn. Co., Ind. - res. Andrews,
           Ind. - occ. Weather Bureau - f. Wm. A. Rathfon - b. Hgtn. Co., Ind. -
           occ. farmer - res. Andrews, Ind. - m. Iva Bare - b. Hgtn. Co., Ind. -
           res. Hgtn. Co., Ind.
Snider, Anna Mae - b. April 8, 1918, Hgtn. Co., Ind. - res. Hgtn. Co.,
           Ind. - f. Ralph Snider - b. Hgtn. Co., Ind. - occ. farming - res.
           Hgtn. Co., Ind. - m. Hazel Schultz - b. Hgtn. Co., Ind. - res. Hgtn.
           Co., Ind.
           Filed April 18, 1940

Roth, Gene E. - b. Jan. 24, 1916, Hgtn. Co., Ind. - res. Hgtn., Ind. - occ.
           Int'l harvester Co., Ft. Wayne, Ind. - f. Harry E. Roth - b. not
           shown) - occ. farming - res. Hgtn., Ind. - m. Mabel Rittenhouse -
           b. Hgtn. Co., Ind. - res. (deceased)
Johnson, Ruby M. - b. June 22, 1920, Andrews, Ind. - res. Hgtn., Ind. -
           f. Harry Johnson - b. Roanoke, Ind. - occ. painter     paperhanger -
           res. Hgtn., Ind. - m. Naomi Bare - b. Hgtn. Co., Ind. - res. Hgtn.,
           Ind.
           Filed June 26, 1943

Scott, Byron Earl - b. Oct. 14, 1892, Clinton Co., In. - res.
           Hgtn. Co., Ind. - occ. farming - f. George W. Scott - b.
           Hamilton Co., In. - occ. Supt. Co.  farm - res. Hgtn.
           Co., Ind. - m. Martha Huffer - b. Indiana - res. Hgtn.,
           Co., Ind.
Anderson, Edith - b. Feb. 2, 1899, Hgtn., Co., Ind. - res.
           Andrews, Ind. - f. Charles Anderson - b. Wisc.. - occ. Erie
           R.R. - res. Andrews, Ind. - m. Phebe Bare - b. Hgtn. Co., Ind.
           res. Andrews, Ind.
           Filed December 31, 1919

Shroyer, Maynard - b. Feb. 13, 1904, Hgtn. Co., Ind. - res.
           Hgtn., Ind - occ. Schacht Rubber Co., - f. Arthur Shroyer -
           b. Hgtn. Co., Ind. - occ. steel worker, Erie R.R. - res.
           Whitley Co., Ind. - m. Millie Foust - b. Whitley Co., Ind. -
           res. Whitley Co., Ind
Garretson, Zelda - b. April 17, 1906, Hgtn. Co., Ind. - res.
           Hgtn. Co., In. - f. Milo Garretson - b. Hgtn. Co., Ind. -
           occ. farming - res. Hgtn. Co., Ind. - m. Goldie Bare - b.
           Hgtn. Co., Ind. - res. Hgtn. Co., Ind.
           Filed February 5, 1925

Sullivan, Hugh L. - b. July 4, 1895, Wabash Co., ind. - rex.
           Hgtn., In. - occ. machiniset - f. J. A. Sullivan - b. Hgtn.
           Co., Ind. - occ. fireman - res. Hgtn., ind. - m. Leatha
           Beeks - b. Wabash Co., ind. - res. hgtn., ind.
Anderson, Eva M. - b. July 22, 1895, Polk Co., Wisc. - res.
           Andrews, Ind. - f. Charles Anderson - b. Fulton Co., Ind. -
           occ. (interlockman) - res. Andrews, ind. - m. Phoebe Bare -
           b. Polk Twp., Hgtn. Co., Ind. - res. Andrews, ind.
           Filed May 27, 1914
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          Every Name index to the Huntington Indiana Herald           1855-1863          
         

Name              Date              Page    Column

Bair, Abraham        April 15, 1863       1       6
Bair, Eliza          Oct. 1, 1862         2       7

Bare, George         Nov. 20, 1861        2       7
Bare, Isaac          July 2, 1862         2       7
Bare, Isaac A.       Nov. 18, 1857        2       1
Bare, Isaac A.       April 15, 1862       1       6
Bare, Nancy          April 1, 1863        2       7

Huntington Co.  Marriages 1837-1883

22 Dec 1864          Sult. Catharine      Bair, Emanuel S.          D  22
18 Jun 1874          Bash, Mary J.        Bair, George              F  95
 4 Nov 1848          Kimble, Eliza        Bair, Peter               B  53
 4 Nov 1848          Rimple, Eliza        Bair, Peter               B  53

15 Aug 1881          Fisher, Mary H.      Bare, Cyrus N.            G 346
 1 Oct 1859          Thrift, Marthena     Bare, Isaac A.            C  14
20 Aug 1881          Zell, Cora M.        Bare, Martin              G 347
 1 Apr 1866          Miller, Sarah A.     Bare, Samuel W.           D 135

 5 Oct 1879          Welch, Annie         Bear, Edwin               G 134

 8 May 1873          Bare, Mary E.        Parrat, Jacob             E 392
25 Nov 1875          Bare, Mary E.        Robertson, John H.        F 255
21 Oct 1880          Bare, Phoebe Jane    Henry, Enoch              G 255
31 Oct 1878          Bare, Sarah J.       Downey, William F.        G  31
         
          Research at Fort Wayne, July 21, 1999          
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Preble Co. Ohio

Preble Co. Ohio Land Records, Books 5-8, 1821-1827 by Audrey Gilbert and Anita Short,.

Pages 77-78: 4-24-1826 - William and Catharine (her mark) FLEAK of Preble to John DENNEY of Preble; $200; Twin Twp. pt SE1/4 S22 R3 T6, patent to Jacob BARE, deceased; 77.75 acres. Line-John DENNEY, Simeon VAN WINKLE, William DENNEY and heirs of estate of Jacob BARE. WIT: Jacob Bowman, J.M.U.McNutt, Henry F. Laughlin and James Bolina. Recorded 11-18-1826. p. 323.


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Preble Co. Ohio

Preble Co. Ohio Land Records, Volume III, 1828-1833, Books 9-13, by Audrey Gilbert:

p. 123: 3-29-1832 - Jacob and Polly (her mark) BOWER of Preble for $112 to John BEAR West Alexandra lot #32, Wit - Nathaniel Benjamin, Aaron M. Aten. Recorded 7-5-1832 (556)

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Preble Co. Ohio

Preble Co. Ohio Land Records, Volume IV, 1832-1836 Books 14-19 by Audrey Gilbert, 604 St. Rt. 503 S, West Alexandria, Ohio 45381, 1994:

p. 27: 11-10-1832 - Thomas and Susan (her mark) Churchman for $100 to Mary Barger, SE 1/4 S22 T6 R3, except 3 acres in NW corner of Fredrick Bare. Wit: Arnold S. John and Ellis S. Baldwin. Recorded 10-11-1832. (372).

p. 29: 5-13-1833 - Henry and Mary (her mark) Kesling of Preble for $15 to John Bare of Preble, West Alexandria Lot 31. Wit" F. M. and G. Taylor. Recorded 7-8-1833 (6).

p. 64: 4-8-1834 - John and Magdaline (her mark) Kitser of Preble to John Denny of Preble for $1300, E 1/2 SE 1/4 S22 T6 R3, patented by U. S. to Jacob Bare, 77.75 acres. Line-John Denny, Simeon VanWinkle Samuel Bowers, Jacob Bare, Dec'd, except for 10 acres off SE corner conveyed by Denny to John Garnant, also N 1/2 SW 1/4 S23 T6 R2 and 9 acres out of S 1/2 SW 1/4 S23 T6 R2. Mortgage. To pay $200 4-1-1835, $150 on 4-1-1836 and $150 on 4-1-1837. Wit: James Huggins and George Taylor. Recorded 4-21-1834. Released 5-30-1838. (460)

p. 76: 4-8-1834 - John and Mary Denny of Preble for $1300 to John Kitser, E 1/2 SE 1/4 S22 R3 T6, patented by U. S. to Jacob Bare, 77.75 acres Line-John Denny, Simeon VanWinkle Samuel Bowers, Jacob Bare, also N 1/4 of SW 1/4 S23 T6 R2 and 9 acres out of S 1/2 SW 1/4 S23 T6 R2. Wit: George Taylor and James Hugins. Recorded 18-11-1834 (140).

p. 116: 4-8-1835 - John F. and Magdalene (her mark) Kitson of Preble for #120 to Mary Bare of Preble, NW corner SE 1/2 S22 T6 R3 on Twin Creek, 10 acres. Wit" Elijah Richardson and George Taylor. Recorded 4-14-1835 (191).


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Preble Co. Ohio

Preble Co. Ohio Land Records, Volume V, 1836-1841 Books 20-27 by Audrey Gilbert, 604 St. Rt. 503 S, West Alexandria, Ohio 45381, 1994:

p. 39: 5-12-1837 - John Kitser of Preble to State of Ohio for $200. E 1/2 SE 1/4 S22 T6 R3, patented to Jacob Bare and sold to William FLEAK then to DENNY and to Kitzer, also N 1/2 SW 1/2 S23 T6 R3. Mortgage. Wit: Joseph S. Hawkins and John P. Charles. Released 5-12-1838. Recorded 5-12-1837. (109).

p. 144: 2-2-1839 - Henry Sheneb of Preble for $537 to John BEAR of Preble, West Alexandria Lot 29. Wit: Nelson Donnellan and Peter Stambaugh. Recorded 2-26-1839 (104).

p. 185: 5-12-1840 - John Kitson of Preble to State of Ohio for $200, E 1/2 SE 1/4 S22 T6 R3 originally patented to Jacob Bare and sold to William Fleeck, to Denny and to Kitson, also N 1/2 SW 1/4 S23 T6 R3. Wit: A. J. and Joseph S. Hawkins. Mortgage Released 7-1-1843. Recorded 5-15-1840 (249)


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Preble Co. Ohio

Preble Co. Ohio Land Records, Volume VI, Books 28-33, Recorded 1839-1848 by Audrey Gilbert, 604 St. Rt. 503 S, West Alexandria, Ohio 45381, 1995:

p. 77: 5-2-1842 - Jacob and Mary Jane Winters of Preble for $736 to John Bare of Preble, West Alexandria Lots 29 and 31. Wit: John Boner and Mahlon Karn. Mortgage. Recorded 5-3-1842 (246)

p. 112: John and Anna Bare of Preble for $800 to Jacob Winters of Preble, West Alexandria lot 29 also lot 1. Wit: John Boner and Mahlon Karn. Recorded 9-14-1842 (195)

p. 115: 9-23-1842 - Charles and Elizabeth (her mark) Smith of Rush Co. IN for $125 to John Bare of Preble, West Alexandria Lot 767. Wit: John Carr and Alexander (his mark) South. Recorded 10-27-1842 (231).

p. 134: 12-15-1842 - John and Ann Bare, David and Elizabeth Bare, Jeremiah and Nancy (her mark) Simpson, David and Margaret (her mark) Ware, Isaac Bare, Jacob Bare, Peter (his mark) Bare for $500 to Henry Bare, release 40 acres S 1/2 N NW 1/4 S 26 T6 R3. Wit: James Huggins, John C. Ware, H. M. Edison, J. B. Dicks and Mahlon Karn. Recorded 5-27-1843 (460)

p. 137: 12-15-1842 - John and Ann Bare, David and Elizabeth Bare, Henry and Polly Bare, David (his mark) and Margaret (her mark) Ware, Isaac Bare, Jacob Bare and Peter (his mark) Bare for $400 to Jeremiah Simpson release claim on 40 acres of N 1.2 N 1.2 NW 1/4 S25 T6 R3. Wit: J. B. Dicks and Mahlon Karn. Recorded 6-28-1843. (500).


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Preble Co. Ohio

Preble Co. Ohio Land Records, Volume VII, Books 34-38, Recorded 1844-1851 by Audrey Gilbert, 604 St. Rt. 503 S, West Alexandria, Ohio 45381, 1996:

p. 26: 4-1-1845: John Bare, Isaac and Elizabeth A. R. Bare, David and Elizabeth Bare, Peter (his mark) Bare, Samuel Bare and David (his Mark) and Margaret (her Mark) Ware of Preble for $2800 to James Eby at NW corner SE 1/4 S22 T6 R3 on Twin creek bounded by line between Jacob Freerer and Center of prices Creek to Twin, 120 acres. Wit: Joseph B. Robertson, Melgne Miller, Jeremiah T. Simson and R. P. Nisbet. Recorded 6-23-1845 (354)

p. 32: 6-2-1845 - John Kesling of Preble for $1425 to John Bare of Preble, near NW corner SW 1/4 S34 T6 R3. 43+ acres. wit: Thomas McChesney and Mahlon Karn. Recorded 9-1-1845. (447)

p. 40: 10-29-1845 - Jeremiah and Nancy (her mark) Simpson of Preble for $650 to Henry Bare of Preble, N 1/2 N 1/2 NW 1/4 S25 T6 R3, 40 . . . (continued on p. 41-not copied).

p. 44: 8-18-1845 - John Bare addition to West Alexandria Lots 90 through 105 and outlot at east end of town. Recorded 12-10-1845 (603)

p. 45: 10-6-1845 - John Bare of Preble for $100 to James Huggins of Preble, West Alexandria lot 102 and 103. Wit Mahlon Karn and Patrick Shields. Recorded 12-17-1845 (8)

p. 196: 12-22-1847 - John and Elizabeth Bare of Preble for $50 to Joseph Black of Preble, West Alexandria Lot 90. Wit: Mahlon Karn and John D. Saylor. Recorded 12-8-1848 (132)

p. 291: John R. Stephens, Aud of Preble to Samuel T. Bare. for taxes 1841 and 1842 on Lot 228 in Eaton for $1,108. Wit Jacob P. Snyder and Joseph Wilson. Recorded 6-18-1850 (276)

p. 321: Samuel T. and Catharine (her mark) Bair of Preble for $275 to Rhoda Pryor of Preble, Eaton W 1/2 lot 228 except portion between E end of house and division line of lot which is ally. Wit: E. B. Ryder and W. I. Gilmore. Recorded 12-17-1850 (511).


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Preble Co. Ohio

Preble Co., Ohio, Common Pleas Court Records 1810-1850 by Ruth Bowers and Anita Short

p. 10: 9-6-1826 - Peggy BARE and Nancy BARE, age 17 yrs and 15 yrs., children and heirs of Jacob BARE deceased, chose Mary BARE as their guardian (178)

p. 26: 5-23-1840 - John M. BARR vs Mary BARR et al. In chancery. Christopher BARR, dec'd. Widow, Mary BARR. Heirs: John m. BARR, Mary HICE and Henry HICE, Sarah MORROW and Richard MORROW, Thomas BARR, Jane CURRY, Nancy BOYSE, Eliza BARR and Alexander BARR, each 1/8 part. (456)

p. 73: Sept. 1833 - Henry BARE vs. Jacob BARE, John BARE, et al. In Chancery. Filed 8-29-1833. Land S 1/2 NW 1/4 Section 25 Township 6 Range 3, being 80 acres. Jacob BARE, dec'd. Children: Henry, John, Jacob, Peggy, Nancy, Peter, Isaac, David (or Daniel?) and Samuel Bare; the last four being minors. (422)

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Preble Co.  Ohio

Preble Co. Ohio Marriages, 1808-1859 by Fort Wayne and Allen Co. Public Library, 1965. Jacob M. BAIR Dec 12 1853 Sarah Ann Davis Isaac Bare Oct 20 1843 Elizabeth Robertson John Bare June 8 1846 Elizabeth Gulick Mary Bare May 11 1851 Jacob Hahn Margaret Bare Nov 27 1841 David Ware Matilda J. Bare Nov 23 1856 Benjamin F. Diefenbach Nancy Bare Mar 5 1837 Jeremiah Simpson Sarah Ann Bare Dec 1 1853 Samuel Paullus Christopher Barr Dec 29 1831 Jane Johnston Eliza Barr Oct 12 1843 Jacob Wold George Barr Mar 24, 1831 Mary Williamson Jane Barr Mar 30 1826 Josiah Curry Jane Barr July 27, 1838 David Weist Mary Barr Nov 7 1833 Henry Hill Nancy Barr Nov 8 1837 James Boyer Sarah Barr Feb 2 1832 Richard Morrow ----------------------------
Preble Co. Ohio

Preble Co. Ohio Marriages, 1860-1898 by Audrey Gilbert BAIR, Joseph to Lotta Webb, Febraury 26, 1875 by B. J. George. BARE, Franklin P. to Eliza Harris, April 28, 1874 by Nathan Heywood BARE, John H. to Hester M. Saylor, December 6, 1883 by Rev. H. Herman-West Alexandria BARE, Ora to Maggie Boner, February 23, 1888 by Rev. Hiram Johnson BEAR, Edward to Mary Thomas, November 12, 1861 by Rev. R. L. Harvey BEAR, Mathias to Orelano Clark, September 17, 1893 by Elder J. H. Stotler BEAR, Paul to Lizzie Veite, January 4, 1883 BLACK, Cassius M. to Carrie Bare, July 7, 1893 by Rev. E. Stellhorn FISHER, Laben to Ella O. Bare, october 6, 1881 by Rev. W. H. Orr-Eaton HAY, Michael to Catharine Bare, November 19, 1863 by Rev. Israel Brower LEIS, Hnery to Alice Bare, September 7, 1884 by Rev. Amos Poorman MILLER, Aaron to Emily A. Bare, January 19, 1862 by Rev. Daniel Miller WATJAN, Henry to Susan Bare, September 29, 1879 by Rev. J. Baughman YOST, Harvey to Elizabeth Bare, August 17, 1876 by B. D. Moots, JP -------------------------- Cemetery Inscriptions, Preble Co., Ohio, Volume I, Joan Bake Brubaker, Editor Page 47: Mullendore Cemtery, Jackson Twp, Montgomery Co.: Josiah s/o H. L. BEAR d. Nov 24, 1841 age 21 d Lydia w/o Henry BEAR d. Nov. 20, 1841 age 21 years There are many more Mullendore Bear family members buried in Twin Valley Cemetery which lies just one mile to the north west of here in Lanier Twp.

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Montgomery Co. Ohio

Montgomery Co. Ohio chancery Records 1824-1854 by Rose Shilt
p. 116: SMITH, SAMUEL F. WILLIAM W. vs Peter Bare and Wife Maria. Henry A. Pierson John Layer 2 Oct 1840. Peter Bare in debt to Letitia C. Cooper gave mortgage on 1 acre part of Lot 1 west of Dayton and later sold lot to Pierson Layer. Ordered for debt. (pg. 261)

p. 183 HEMP, HENRY vs widow heirs of Henry C. Bear dec'd. 23 May 1850 To receive a clear deed. Bear had lot in German Twp. part SW 1/2 S7 T2 R5 4 acres 180 perches. Heirs: widow Catharine Malinda of age; Thomas C., John P., George W., William H. Baer, last 4 minors (pg. 114)

p. 216 KINSEY, DAVIS wife Catharine vs David Dear others. 3 Feb 1853 partition. Jospeh Mullendore of Preble Co. O. dec'd owned 3 parcels in NW 1/4 S31 T4 R4-30 acres. Let widow Elizabeth 9 heirs: 1. Catharine w.o David Kinsey, 2 Elizabeth w/o David Bear, 3 Jacob Mullendore wife Sarah, 4. Susannha w.o Adam Eby, 5. George Mullendore of Calif., 76. Joseph, 7. Aaron, 8. [continued onto page 217 which I did not copy]

         

Register of Marriage Certificates recorded in Montgomery Co.  Ohio
 July 26, 1803 to July 20, 1851 by Lindsay M. Brien

BAER, Hannah Maria - Jacob C. DECKER Feb. 1, 1849 BAER, Henry - Ellen BRUNER Jun. 13, 1843 BAER, Julia Ann - John SINKS Feb. 2, 1842 BAER, Mary Elizabeth, Alfred PRUDDEN Feb. 25, 1845 BAER, Peter - Maria RODIFER July 17, 1821 BAER, Susanna - Christian Kline Jan. 17, 1841 BEAR, Cahtaine - Chstian LEHMAN Aug. 20, 1835 BEAR, David - Nancy Gooding Jan. 16, 1816 BEAR, Henry - Lydia SWIHART Oct. 19, 1837 BEAR, Isaac - Elizabeth ALT June 20, 1811 BEAR, Jacob, Dolly Coble Mar. 7, 1839 BEAR, Maria - Andrew HALE Oct. 19, 1839 BEAR, Mary - Daniel SINKS Jan. 14. 1830 BEAR, Samuel - Rebecca COBLE Sep. 18, 1835 BEAR, Sarah - Isaac DAVIS Aug. 27, 1835 BEAR, Susan E. - J. T. Grosvernor Mar. 27, 1851 RICKS, Levi - Elizabeth DILL Apr. 17, 1828 -------------------------- Miami Co. Indiana Index to Marriage Records, Miami Co. Indiana 1850-1920, WPA BARE, Elias H Emma A. Lambert Nov 13 1869 C-4-244 BARE, Sophia L. Calvin T. Mann Jul 14 1883 C-7-145 Wabash Co. Indiana Marriage Records Wabash Co. Indiana, 1900-1925: Wabash Carnegie Public Library, Wabash Indiana, 1983: App Date Lic Date           Bride           Groom           BK-Page Nov 30 1903 Nov 30 1903 Lena Durbin David F. Bare 15-31 Nov 3, 1915 Nov 3, 1925 Lena Knisley Eugene S. Bare App. 15-62 ----------------------------------------------------------------- Jacob Mary Bare. Jacob Bare dead before April 1826 Preble Co Ohio Jacob Bare had a government patent on land in Preble Co Ohio Mention of patent of E-1/2 SE-1/4 S-22 T-6 R-3 issued to Jacob Bare. Various land record refers to the following as heirs of Jacob Bare. Henry Bare m Polly --- John Bare m Ann --- Magaret 'Peggy' Bare b 1808/09 (aged 17 in 1826)                     m Nov 27 1841 to David Ware Nancy Bare b 1809/10 (age 16 in 1826) m Mar 5 1837 Jeremiah Simpson Elizabeth A. R. Bare David Bare m Elizabeth --- Samuel Bare Isaac Bare b 17-Sep-1818 Preble Co Ohio m1 Oct 20 1843                     Elizabeth Robertson Jacob Bare Peter Bare ----------------------------------------- Ohio Deaths 1913-1922 and 1933-1937 This database indexes Death Certificates of persons that died in Ohio in the above years, useful for determining date of death and certificate number. Using the index information, a researcher can later obtain a copy of the certificate itself, which holds further information. Name Co. Death Date Vol-Certificate Bare, ABE A FRANKLIN 8/29/1916 2017-49379 Bare, ABRAHAM WYANDOT 2/18/1917 2195-14742 Bare, CAROLIN MEDINA 8/20/1915 1717-45396 Bare, DELMER WYANDOT 4/ 8/1917 2256-29935 Bare, DOROTHY MAHONING 8/27/1914 1441-46314 Bare, EPHRAM WYANDOT 2/17/1915 1583-11971 Bare, FRANK P BUTLER 9/28/1914 1449-48422 Bare, GEORGE E SENECA 11/28/1913 1228-66063 Bare, JAMES M SENECA 4/8/1913 1255-72888 Bare, JOHN W BROWN 8/16/1916 2010-47535 Bare, MARY A BROWN 5/12/1915 1641-26368 Bare, MARY J WYANDOT 3/31/1913 1040-19240 Bare, PETER FAIRFIELD 5/4/1913 1074-27624 Bare, SAMUEL MAHONING 3/24/1916 1900-20138 Bare, SAMUEL WYANDOT 8/13/1917 2359-55642 Bare, STILLBORN MIAMI 1/30/1915 1552-4188 Bare, THEODOR MAHONING 8/1/1913 1154-47703 Bare, THOMAS BROWN 1/25/1916 1852-8051 Bare, VIRGINIA FRANKLIN 3/1/1915 1594-14572 Bare, WILLIAM O MONTGOMERY 7/10/1916 2106-71554 Bare, ANGELIN BROWN 1/15/1919 2857-508 Bare, BARTON W MARION 2/1/1920 3210-15102 Bare, CATHERI P FAIRFIELD 1/7/1920 3158-2057 Bare, CHARLES E HAMILTON 10/13/1920 3406-64072 Bare, DAVID T RICHLAND 3/18/1920 3250-25079 Bare, EDWARD LAWRENCE 7/21/1919 3031-44063 Bare, JACOB F FRANKLIN 10/16/1920 3404-63585 Bare, JOHN S RICHLAND 1/31/1921 3493-5280 Bare, LEMUEL FRANKLIN 3/27/1922 3827-15420 Bare, MARY PERRY 10/25/1921 3705-58370 Bare, NATHAN A DARKE 4/29/1919 2958-25964 Bare, NINA HAMILTON 7/7/1921 3628-39024 Bare, OLA M HANCOCK 11/18/1920 3430-70108 Bare, ROSE CUYAHOGA 11/2/1920 3422-68175 Bare, SARAH E MONROE 2/4/1920 3211-15365 Bare, SOPHIA M MONROE 12/16/1919 3138-70844 Bare, STILLBORN BUTLER 8/26/1918 2-459 Bare, STILLBORN RICHLAND 5/8/1919 19-1780 Bare, WILLIAM HAMILTON 9/19/1921 3675-50906 Bare, ALVIN L CUYAHOGA 3/15/1924 4401-14098 Bare, CATIERI COLUMBIANA 4/13/1926 5009-21731 Bare, DENSON HURON 4/3/1925 4719-23202 Bare, DORA M FRANKLIN 4/11/1924 4430-21449 Bare, ELLA BELMONT 12/26/1926 5211-72196 Bare, EUGENE MAHONING 11/3/1925 4885-4746 Bare, HELEN R MAHONING 2/12/1925 4667-10017 Bare, JAMES STARK 1/3/1924 4366-5355 Bare, JOHN FRANKLIN 9/2/1926 5144-55439 Bare, JOHN S ASHLAND 1/3/1925 4627-116 Bare, JULIUS G HAMILTON 1/6/1926 4934-2787 Bare, LOOENA C MAHONING 4/1/1925 4723-24190 Bare, MOLLE C DARKE 2/15/1926 4957-669 Bare, OERT PERRY 2/16/1925 4676-12295 Bare, SARAH L BUTLER 12/10/1923 4320-69562 Bare, SARAH V HANCOCK 6/22/1927 5381-35688 Bare, STILLBORN HAMILTON 7/26/1923 63-2869 Bare, WARD A SUMMIT 10/16/1927 5479-60233 Bare, ANNA B COLUMBIANA 1/23/1935 7706-792 Bare, ANNIE SENECA // 7381-1 Bare, CHARLES MONTGOMERY // 7725-5528 Bare, EARL G MONTGOMERY 6/10/1955 158-38924 Bare, EDWARD HAMILTON 7/4/1935 7875-43013 Bare, HELEN J STARK // 731-53035 Bare, HERDIE B CLARK // 7558-41316 Bare, IRMA M LUCAS // 4 Bare, JAMES ALLEN 7/22/1936 8181-41944 Bare, JAMES E SENECA // 8625-118 Bare, JOHN A TRUMLULL 1/9/1934 7417-907 Bare, JOHN F CUYAHOGA 4/5/1916 8106-23099 Bare, MARGARE E SENECA // 7861-39546 Bare, MARILYN J HANCOCK // 8567-1228 Bare, SEYMOUR O SENECA // Bare, WILIS C COLUMBIANA 1/9/1936 8213-49785 ---------------------------
         
          Books to be Searched Wisconsin State Historical           Society:          
         

AUTHOR      Bare, Daniel Mathias, 1834-
TITLE       Genealogy of Johannes Baer, 1749-1910; comp. by Daniel M.
              Bare and Robert Bruce Bare.
PUB/DATE    Harrisburg, Pa., Central printing and publishing house,
              1910.
DESCRIPT    288 p. ports., map. 24 cm.
SUBJECT     Bear family (Johannes Baer, 1749-1798).
ADD AUTH    Bare, Robert Bruce, 1858-
LOCAL HGS   STATE GOV WI Hist Soc Library CS71.B4 1910

TITLE       The Baer newsletter name and Co.  index, 1979-1987.
PUB/DATE    [Deshler, Ohio : C.B. Petersen, 1987 or 1988].
DESCRIPT    102 p. ; 28 cm.
NOTE           Cover title.
NOTE           Edited by Connie Baer Petersen.
SUBJECT     Baer family--Periodicals--Indexes.
SUBJECT     Baer newsletter--Indexes.
ADD AUTH    Petersen, Connie Baer.
LOCAL HGS   STATE GOV WI Hist Soc Library Pamphlet 89- 3382

TITLE       The Baer newsletter [microform].
PUB/DATE    Tiffin, Ohio : [s.n.], 1979-1989.
SOURCE      The Baer Newsletter, 3-978 S.R. 18 Rt. 2, Deshler, OH
              43516.
DESCRIPT    11 v. ; 21-28 cm.
CURR FREQ   Six no. a year.
DESIGNTN    Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 9, 1979)-v. 11, no. 1 (Jan. 1989).
NOTE           Title from caption.
NOTES       Microfilm. Madison : State Historical Society of
              Wisconsin, 1990. 1 reel : negative ; 35 mm.
SUBJECT     Baer family--Periodicals.
SUCC TITL   Bear family newsletter.
LOCAL HGS   STATE GOV WI Hist Soc Library Microforms

AUTHOR      Baer, Willis Nissley, 1889-
TITLE       The genealogy of Henry Baer of Leacock, Pennsylvania
              (Baer-Bear-Bare).
PUB/DATE    Allentown, Pa., Schlechter, 1955.
DESCRIPT    xvi, 290 p. illus., port., maps (1 fold.) coats of arms
              (part col.) facsims. 24 cm.
BIB NOTE    Bibliography: p. 265-267.
SUBJECT     Baer family.
LOCAL HGS   STATE GOV WI Hist Soc Library CS71.B4 1955

AUTHOR      Rostad, Lee.
TITLE       Fourteen cents     seven green apples : the life and times
              of Charles Bair / by Lee Rostad.
PUB/DATE    Great Falls, Mont. : C.M. Russell Museum, c1992.
DESCRIPT    121 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm.
BIB NOTE    Includes bibliographical references (p. 120-121).
SUBJECT     Bair, Charles, 1857-1943.
SUBJECT     Ranchers--Montana--Billings--Biography.
SUBJECT     Billings (Mont.)--History.
LOCAL HGS   STATE GOV WI Hist Soc Library Pamphlet 93- 2205

New York Public Library:

Call #   APV (Lehman) (Spessard, H. L. Brief history of the Lehman family)
Author   Spessard, Howard Lehman, 1901-
Title    A brief history of the Lehman family   genealogical register of the
           descendants of Peter Lehman of Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania,
           with data for several collateral
           families / by Howard Lehman Spessard.
Imprint  Hagerstown, Md. : By the author, 1961

Call #   APV (Baer) 82-1811
           APV (Baer, W. N. Genealogy of Henry Baer of Leacock)
Author   Baer, Willis Nissley, 1889-
Title    The genealogy of Henry Baer of Leacock, Pennsylvania (Baer-Bear-Bare)
Imprint  Allentown, Pa., Schlechter's, 1955.

Wisconsin Historical Society from MadCat

Author: Bare, Eugene, 1930-
Highlights of the life of Henry Bare amid the cliffs of Caney Creek,
Kentucky / by Euguene and Dora Bare.
Baltimore:Gateway Press, 1984. Call Number: CS71 B4 1984

         

From Elizabeth (Gradeless) Leach, 9332 E Backwater Rd, North Webster, IN 46555
Obituary :September 7th, Fort Wayne Journal Gazette:

          Edith O. Wilson, 88, died Tuesday at Huntington Memorial Hospital, Huntington. Born in Dora, she was a homemaker. Her husband, Lowell E., died in 1994. Surviving are a brother, Max Botkin of Huntington and a nephew, Gary Lee Botkin of Andrews. Services at 2 p.m. Friday at Deal-Robbins VanGilder Funeral Home, Andrews Chapel, with calling four hours before services. Calling also from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. today. Burial in Riverside Cemetery, Andrews. Memorials to Andrews Wesleyan Church, 63 Madison St., Andrews, IN 46702.
         
         
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From Elizabeth (Gradeless) Leach, 9332 E Bakcwater Rd, North Webster, IN 46555
Memorial Card

         
          In Memory of
          EDITH O. WILSON
         
          Date of Birth
          November 29, 1911
          Dora Indiana
         
          Date of Death
          September 5, 2000
          Huntington, Indiana
         
          Services Held
          2 p.m. Friday
          September 8, 2000
          Deal-Robbins   Van Gilder
         
          Officiating
          Rev. Richard Deisler
          Pastor Jerry Felts
         
          Final Resting Place
          Riverside Cemetery
          Andrews Indiana
         
          Arrangements by
          Deal-Robbins   Van Gilder
          Andrews Indiana
          The family would like to Thank You
          For your Presence
         
         

From: Shirley Mae Wilson - GGWilson@midwest.net.

Owen Bare b. in Philadelphia, Pa. 4 Dec., 1782. He was living in Tenn. in 1809 when oldest son Jacob was born and is found living in West Virginia in 1811. He is listed in the Clark Co. Census in 1820 and 1830. He was thought to have moved to Indiana in 1812. He was dismissed from the Pisgah Church on 11 Sept., 1838 - Clark Co, Ind. He was in the Warren Co., ILL Census in 1840 and in the Jefferson Co., Ill. Census in 1850. He died in Jefferson Co., ILL in 1865. His son, Elias Bare was born in Iowa. (?) This could have been another Elias Bare as could the Owen Bare in Warren Co. The family thought that he came straight from Clark Co., Ind. to Jefferson Co., ILL.

He married a second time to Margaret Cummings. He and wife Catherine Bare started the Mt. Catherine Christian Church in Jefferson Co., ILL. in 1851. The church is named after Catherine Bare. They first met in the Bare home and Catherine cooked Sunday dinner for everyone over an open hearth. Today it is a lovely little white frame country church with the old cemetery on one side of the church and the new one (quite large) on the other side. My husband is a descendant of Owen Bare's and we can trace his family by just walking among the markers. Since I cannot find out anything about Margaret Cummings I am wondering is she may have been his first wife. I have so much Bare material that the information about her may be there somewhere.

Owen Bare's father, Jacob Bare died in Clark Co., Ind. as did two of his children Jacob Bare, Jr. who m. Mary (Polly) Ray and son David Bare who m. Sally Ray (probably sisters). Thank you for your inquiry about Owen.

Shirley Mae Wilson.
         

From: AngeICraft@aol.com.
Descendants of Lorenz Bar
         
1 Lorenz Bar +Anna Strehler
  2 Hans Bar 1612-1659 +Verena Juber 1613-1676
    3 Hans Bar 1645/46-1715 +Barbara Hauser
      *2nd Wife of Hans Bar: +Barbara Hauser 1656-1709
      4 Jagely Jacob Bar 1683-1740 +Fronica Good
           5 Jacob I. Baer 1724-1783 aka: Baer +Anna Barbara
                       Miller 1726-1791 aka: Barbara Mueller
            6 Anna Barbara Bear 1742/43-1828 +Philip Lingel 1750-1777
              7 Jacob Lingle +Elizabeth Harnsberger
              7 John Lingle 1776-
              *2nd Husband of Anna Barbara Bear: +Jacob Kisling 1760-1835
              7 Christina Kisling 1783-1873 +Joseph Mauzy 1779-1863
                8 Julia Mauzy 1808-1893 + William Winsborough 1798-1845
                     9 Amanda Melvina Winsborough 1826-1846
                     9 Frances Mauzy Winsborough 1829-1894
                     9 Joseph William Winsborough 1832-1910
                     9 Martha Winsborough 1835-1907
                     9 Julia Victoria Winsborough 1838-1916 +William Benjamin Yancey
                     9  Richard Henry Winsborough 1840-1910
              7 John Henry Kisling 1786-1870
              7 Anna Maria Kisling 1788-aka: Mary
              7 Anna Kisling 1792-1871 +John Pence
                *2nd Husband of Anna Kisling: +Rodham Kemper 1786-1845
                8 Margaret Kemper 1824-1879
                8 Edward S. Kemper 1829-1880 +Susan M. Craig
                     *2nd Wife of Edward S.Kemper: +Frances Mary Wood 1847-
                8 William Morgan Kemper 1832-
                8 [1]Frances Virginia Kemper 1830-1912 +John Gibbons
                     9 [2]Robert Allen Gibbons 1817-1891
                      +[1]Frances Virginia Kemper 1830-1912
                     *2nd Husband of [1]Frances Virginia Kemper:
                                     +[2]Robert Allen Gibbons 1817-1891
              7 Elizabeth Kisling 1796-1873
            6 Mary Ann Bear 1757-1824 aka: Polly +Michael Mallo 1757-
              *2nd Husband of Mary Ann Bear: +[3]Henry Harnsberger 1752-
              7 George W. Harnsberger +Elizabeth Long
            6 Jacob Bear 1765-1827
            6 Adam Bear 1756-
            6 Catherine Bear 1750-1834 +Valentine Shirley 1751-1811
              7 Mary Barbara Shirley 1772-1831
              7 Jacob Shirley 1774-1859
              7 John Shirley 1776-
              7 Henry Shirley 1779-1847
              7 John Charles Shirley
            6 Henry Bear 1756-1851 +Catherine Runkle 1773-1846
              7 Alexander Bear
              7 Adam C. Bear 1820- +Susan M. Long
                8 James Bear-1906
                8 Ada Bear +Price
                8 Bette Bear +Shipman
                8 Gertie Bear +Turner
                     9 Charlie Turner
                     9 Loring Turner
                8 Mary Bear +West
                8 John Bear
              7 John Bear 1794-
              7 Charles Wesley Bear +Woods
                *2nd Wife of Charles Wesley Bear: +Petty
                *3rd Wife of Charles Wesley Bear: +Mary E. Conrad
              7 Polly Bear +[3]Henry Harnsberger 1752-
              7 Jacob Bear +Anne Marie Hall
              7 Henry Bear
            6 Anny Bear aka: Annie +George Argenbright
            6 Christina Bear +Michael Mallow
              7 Anna Barbara Mallow 1786-
            6 Elizabeth Bear 1756-1820 +George Koogler 1745-1820
           5 John Baer 1726-1791 +Catherine Elizabeth Miller 1734-1816
                                     aka: Catrina Miller
            6 Anna Barbara Bear 1767-1841 aka: Baer +Jacob Miller 1761-1861
              7 Elizabeth Miller 1796- +Jeremiah Harnsberger 1794-
            6 Barbara Bear aka: Baer +Andrew Andes
            6 Mary Bear aka: Mary +Harpine
              *2nd Husband of Mary Bear: +J. Kinnerly
            6 Jacob Bear aka: Baer +Mary Carn aka: Mary Karns
            6 John Bear, Jr. 1760-1817 aka: Baer +Elizabeth Miller
              *2nd Wife of John Bear, Jr.: +Voliane Snyder
              *3rd Wife of John Bear, Jr.: +Diane Snyder
              7 John Bear 1787-1880 +Mary Boyer
                8 David Amecy McCall Baer 1861-1941 +Minnie Florence Neal 1865-1965
                     9 Lloyd Glen Bair 1896-.+ Lena Catharine Smith 1900-
                      10 Vivian Louise Bair 1920- +Gerorge Herbert Burgess 1916-
            6 Henry Bear 1762-aka: Heinrich +Catharine Karns
            6 Elizabeth Bear 1760-aka: Molly +Michael Trout

For Documentation, Questions, Additions please contact: AngeICraft@aol.com.


         
From: Jerry Jones — RAILSELLER@aol.com.
Descendants of Peter Bare
(Son of Jacob Bare b 17xx-1826,
brother of Isaac Bare 1818-1881)
of Preble Co Ohio, Huntington Co IN   Marshall Co Iowa          
         
1  Peter Bare +Eliza Kimball
   2  [1] Lidy Bare b: 10-April-1859 in Antioch, Huntington Co., Indiana
      d:15-March-1932 in Buried at Elmwood Cemetery, Lamoille, Marshall
      Co., Iowa
      +Isaac Darrow McCarty b: March-1845 in Van Buren Co., Iowa
       m: 10-October-1894       in Leavenworth, Kansas d: 23-April-1914 in
       Old Soldiers home Cemetery, Marshalltown, Iowa
      *2nd Husband of [1] Lidy Bare: +Perrin Shaul  b: Abt. 1841 in NEW YORK
       m: 26-April-1915 in       Marshalltown, Marshall Co, Iowa
       d: 28-March-1920 in Marshall Co., Iowa
      Marriage fact: in MARRIED BY JUSTICE OF THE PEACE MARSHALLTOWN
   2  Sinda Bare  b: Abt. 1875 +Hixson b: IN of Tarkio MIssouri 1920-25

Here is some other Bare people I have in my data base that may help
you or others. Jerry Jones
         
          Descendants of Robert Christie Bare          
         
1  Robert Christie Bare b: 20-November-1818 d: 20-September-1864
   +Tryphena Davis b: 02-December-1829 m: 18-May-1848 in Clark Co., Indiana
   2  Charles Lysander Bare b: 07-July-1849
      +Susan Winchell b: 14-February-1848 m: 12-June-1879 in Warren Co., Iowa
      3  John Winchell Bare b: 28-July-1881
      3  Myrtle Frances Bare b: 25-January-1884
      3  Charles Brenton Bare b: 28-October-1888
      3  Lois Aileen Bare b: 15-December-1891
   2  Robert Wilton Bare b: 24-April-1851
   2  John Osborn Bare b: 24-April-1851
      +Elizabeth McCormick b: 09-March-1855 m: 07-August-1873
      3  Benjamin Franklin Bare b: 09-June-1874
   2  Thomas Pinkney Bare b: 01-February-1855
   2  Ralph Owsley Bare b: 18-March-1857
   2  Oren Harrison Bare b: 16-March-1859
      +Marilla Broyles b: 20-April-1863 m: 21-January-1886 in Madison Co., Iowa
      3  Lloyd K. Bare b: 24-May-1887
   2  Elmer Anderson Bare b: 10-May-1861
     +Emma Moon b: 26-March-1867 m: 01-March-1888 in Warren Co., Iowa
   3  Don Lester Bare b: 30-April-1889

Jerry Jones

         
All the best.  Sandra Castillo - SandraC@mdcc.edu

William Jacob Bare, who married Nancy Copple in Washington Co.,
Indiana in 1830, was born in Tennesse--his parents: Owen Christian
Bare &  Catherine (Polly) Pierce-Bare were in route to Indiana when
he was born. Along with them were: Jacob &  Barbara Bare: Owen C.
Bare's parents. Also with them were Owen's brothers &  sisters EXCEPT
THE YOUNGEST SON: John Bare; He stayed behind in Virginia,
in Augusta, Virginia where he lived &  died.

Our Bares moved to Clark Co. Indiana, then to Jefferson Co.,
Indiana though some moved to Scott Co., Indiana and others to
Lawrence Co., Indiana.

Jacob Bare seems to have moved to Washington Co.  and to Crawford
Co.  as well as Joshua Bare (SR), his oldest son, was born in
Crawford Co., Indiana in 1833.

Sometime around 1849,  Jacob Bare moved to Jefferson Co., Illinois
(as did Owen &  Cathrine who were still alive--some of their other kids
also moved to Jefferson Co., Illinois).

Jacob Bare re-married in 1850, in Jefferson Co., Illinois. He was still
there in 1860 (as per the census records). Also in Jefferson Co.,
Illinois in 1860 were Owen &  Catherine Bare (as per the census
records). Owen &  Catherine died in Jefferson Co., Illinois.

Owen died June 5, 1865 (as per his tombstone) &  Catherine died
October 30, 1864 (as per her tombstone). Some of their children died
here as well.

Now, Jacob, who married 2 (maybe even 3 times) had many, many kids.
Jacob (Joshua Bare's father) went to Arkansas in the 1860's. Perhaps
because Joshua had been there since 1860 (Joshua appears in the
census of Green Co., Arkansas in 1860--as do Owen Bare: Jacob's
son with his second wife, and his daughter, Joshua's sister Nancy.

I do don't know what happened to Jacob's other children. Nancy
married &  had 2 children. They do not appear in Arkansas Census
records AFTER 1860 Neither does Owen Bare who was then living
with the Nettles (Joshua Sr's wife was a Nettles via  her first marriage).

Elizabeth Williams-Bare (Jacob's 2 or 3rd wife) never appears on ANY
records in Arkansas &  neither does Jacob Bare. He is supposed to
have died in Green Co.  Arkansas in 1868 (according to Godspeed's
History of Arkansas), but i have not found where he is buried.

As for the north Carolina connection--I am uncertain, although I
have received E-mail from a woman who lives in Iowa who is
researching the same line. ( I'll get back to you on that e-mail
address).

I do have, however, some data on Bare's in Ashe North Carolina,
which I will dig up for you &  mail to you.

Additionally, I think that I have charts/family lines for an Issac
Bare. There are a few: Who was his wife?

Is he the Issac Bare who married a Barbara/? Was he the son of Jacob
Bar     Anna Barbara Frederick? Did your Issac Bare/Bear have sons:
John Bear, Jacob Bear, Ephraim Bear &  David Bear &  daughter Rebecca?
Is this your line?

Or is your Issac Bare the son of John Bear, the son of the above
mentioned Issac Bear?This Issac Bear married a Sarah Fuller &  WAS
BORN IN PENNSYLVANIA!

There is also an Issac Bear (son of Jacob Bear--the son of Issac Bear
mentioned above) who died in 1780.

I have found that ALL THE BARES in Virginia, Pennsylvania, Indiana
Illinois ARE PART OF THE SAME LINE. Mind you, it is a very, very,
very large tree     I do not have all the lines (I WISH), but I have
been able to connect a lot of lines that people kept telling me were
not related. In fact, they were not related "HERE" but in the old
country, they were.

I am not sure which line you are working with exactly because I have
all my stuff at home and I don't know which Issac you are talking
about, but if you are working with a Pennsylvania Bares, we are
indeed talking about the SAME BARES.

There Bares were Swiss by nationality and German by geography. That
is: Since a few of them were actually Mennonites, they were fleeing
persecution and fled to Germany from there, some Bares (German by
geography) came to Pennsylvania. Our Line, went to VIrginia from
Pennsylvania and then to Indiana-to Illinois-to  Arkansas.

Does this help? What do you need exactly? I'll see what I can find
for you. Let me know if this helps.

All the best.  Sandra Castillo
         


From Ken Carole Baker kdbaker@huntington.in.us          
1.  Linden 'Linn' S. Bare b. 26 Aug 1867, m. 31 Jan 1890, in Huntington Co., IN,
    married to Martha Ellen "Mattie" Owen, b. 19 Oct 1869, d. 13 Jun 1935.
    Linden died 11 Jan 1950.  Children:
    i    Gurvis F. Bare.
    ii   George W. Bare.
    iii  Harry Bare.
    iv   Arthur Bare.
    v    Dora Bare b. 25 Jun 1893.
    vi   Naomi Bare b. 1894.
    vii  Marie Bare b. 1896.

Second Generation

2.  Dora Bare (1.Linden1) b. 25 Jun 1893, Wells Co., IN,
    m. 23 Nov 1915, John S. Ellet, b. 2 Aug 1892, d. 21 Jun 1927.
    Dora died 15 Feb 1952.              Children:
    i     Earl E. Ellet b. 1 Apr 1916, d. 14 Mar 1972.
            Earl was town marshall and fireman of Andrews, Indiana for many years
    ii    Wilbur L. Ellet b. 26 Jun 1917, d. 22 Jan 1987.
    iii   Robert Ellet.
    iv    Roy E. Ellet.
    v     John S. Ellet, Jr..
    vi    Mary Elizabeth Ellet b. 18 Dec 1916, d. 18 Dec 1916.
            Mary Elizabeth died of diptheria.
    vii   Martha Ellet.
Ken Carole Baker
         

From Vickie Kolb — vickie07@bellsouth.net, 133 Cliff Court, Villa Rica, GA, 30180. Ogibe 770-459-4681.

I have been researching the John Bare/Catherine Hettinger family from MD,
PA, Ohio and IND and was wondering if you have any info.
John Bare born 5/30/1811 in Maryland Died 3/1/1871 in Ovid, Clinton Co., Mich
Married Catherine Hettinger of Haines, Center Co, PA bor 12/12/1813, deceased 10/1890 in Ovid
Marriage date 6/12/1834 in Richland Co, OH. Children:
          Susanna Bare
          Mary Jane Bare
          Levi McColla Bare
          Jacob H. Bare
          Phillip H. Bare
          David Bare
          Sarah E. Bare
          Emanuel Bare
          Daniel ? Bare
          John Sydney (who was a doctor) Bare
          Franklin P. Bare
          Andrew Jackson Bare

My maiden name is Bare and Levi was my great-grandfather. Any help is greatly appreciated. Vickie Kolb

         

From: AngeICraft@aol.com.

Descendants of George Bare
         
1 George Bare 1786-aka: Bare (b. Va. moved to Westmoreland Co., Pa.)
  +Mary Knight 1794-1885 aka: Polly (b. Va. moved to Westmoreland Co., Pa.)
  2  Jacob Bare 1816-1899 aka: Bear
     +Elizabeth Mellinger 1822-1858 aka: Mellender
     3  Lydia Ann Bare 1843-1845
     3  Josiah Mellinger Bare 1845-
     3  Nancy Catherine Bare 1849-1850
     3  David M. Bare 1850-
     3  Levina Bare 1850-
     3  Mary Elizabeth Bare 1850-aka: Elisabeth
     3  Sarina Bare 1853-
     3  Samantha Bare 1856-1858 aka: Somantha
     3  Rebecca Jane Bare 1858-1858
  *2nd Wife of Jacob Bare:  +Mary Ann Hough 1833-1877
     3  William Paul Bare 1860-1894
     3  Emma Jane Bare 1866-1931
           Samuel Best Ramsey 1855-1924 b. Donegal Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA
           4  Stewart Sherman Ramsey 1890-1890
           4  Samuel Jacob Best Ramsey 1895-1897
           4  Jessie Mildred Ramsey 1898-
           4  Lillian Frieda Ramsey 1899-
           4  Mary Elizabeth Ramsey   1900-1970 +Albert Beuchler    1900-
             *1st Husband of Mary Elizabeth Ramsey:  +Lou Morton
             *2nd Husband of Mary Elizabeth Ramsey: +Clarence Schley Smith
           4  Leora Mae Ramsey    1901-October +Harry Ray Brown
           4  Etta Mae Ramsey 1904- +John Kilgor Barclay Mitchell   1906-
           4  Emma Jane Ramsey    1908-1988 +Walter E. Daniels
  2  George Bare, Jr. 1817-+Margaret 1818-
     3  Joseph Bare 1839-
  2  John Thomas Baer 1817-1876 aka: Bare
     (b. Pa. Westmoreland Co. moved to Ohio)
     +Catharine Bryan 1815-1860 aka: Catherine
     3  Isaac Bare 1840-1916 +Mary Gibson 1846-1927
           4  Elmina Bare Bare 1874-
           4  Della Bare 1875-
           4  Clara Bare 1878-
           4  Ora Etta Bare 1882-
           4  Charley Bare 1885-
           4  Lulu Helen Bare 1887-
           4  Veva Bare 1888-1958 +Fred Lincoln Smith 1881-1962
           4  Grace Bare 1891-
     3  Abraham Baer 1842-1926 aka: Bare +Eveline Hall 1844-1886
           4  Harvey E. Baer 1866-1877
           4  John F. Baer 1868-1930 +Caroline Pfaffinger
           4  Nora E. Baer 1871-1959 +Archibald McFarland
           4  Mary E. Baer 1874-1919
           4  Jesse M. Baer 1877-1902
           4  James M. Baer 1879-1956 +Mary Carolina Butzow 1879-1955
           4  Chester W. Baer 1882-1935 +Martha Norris
           4  George Alan Baer 1885-1966 +Nellie Survilla Marshall 1899-1957
           *2nd Wife of Abraham Baer:  +Dorie McNelly
           4  Abraham E. Bare 1894-1977 +Mary Alice
           4  Clark D. Bare 1895-1981
           4  Goldie M. Bare 1896-1896
           4  Sylvia M. Bare 1897-1984 +Ollie J. Schultz
           4  Blanche Bare 1898-1899
           4  Amanda I. Bare  1900-1986 +Scholl
           4  Lewis M. Bare   1904-1988
           4  Willis W. Bare  1905-1989 +Myrtle Gibbs
           4  Floyd Bare  1909-
     3  George Bare 1844-1930 +Eliza Taylor 1847-1929
           4  George W. Bare 1862-
           4  William Thomas Bare 1867-
           4  Frank Auster Bare 1871-
           4  Isaac Newton Bare 1872-
           4  Alrvilda Bare 1873- +Hackworth
           4  Burton Bare 1880-1938
     3  Jacob Bare 1845-1936  +Lori Wilson
           *2nd Wife of Jacob Bare:  Sara Jane Ludwick-1878
           4  Orel Colen Bare 1871-
           4  Peter Bare 1872-
           4  Albertine Bare 1873-
           4  John Bare 1874-
           4  Edmond Bare 1876-
           *3rd Wife of Jacob Bare:  +Elizabeth Mitchell-1899
           4  Claude Bare 1879-
           4  Goalie Bare 1881-
           4  Oleve Bare 1883-
           4  Lidia Ethel Bare 1886-
           4  Marey Bare 1893-
           *4th Wife of Jacob Bare:  +Louisa P. Braner
           4  Irene Bare  1903-
           4  Charley Bare    1905-
           4  Ione Bare   1908-
           4  Renes Bare  1910-
           4  Kenneth Bare    1912-
     3  Julia Bare 1848-1927 +James P. Long-1879
           4  John W. Long
           4  Wylie Long
       *2nd Husband of Julia Bare:  +Lewis Mead
           4  Chester E. Mead 1886-
           4  Ora G. Mead 1889-
           4  Charles Mead 1892-
     3  John W. Bare 1851- +Catherine Weinstein
     3  Catherine Bare 1852-1872
     3  Ellen J. Bare 1855- +John Hamilton
     *2nd Wife of John Thomas Baer:  +Elizabeth Vulagmore 1807-1877
  2  David Baer 1819- +Barbara 1826-
     3  Irwin Baer 1845-
     3  John Baer 1850-
     3  George Baer 1852-
     3  Theodore Baer 1853-
  2  Margaretha Baer 1822-
  2  Emanuel Bare 1825-1879 +Mary Ann 1825-
     3  Sarah C. Bare 1852-
     3  Joseph Bare 1854- +Mary A. 1851-
           4  Lewellen Bare 1879-
     3  Elizabeth Bare 1856-
     3  John M. Bare 1858- +Lidia Blank
     3  Mary E. Bare 1859-
     3  Frank P. Bare 1863-
     3  Wilson Bare 1866-
     3  Richard Grant Bare 1868-1908
     3  James C. Bare 1871-
     3  Ada E. Bare 1873-
AngeICraft@aol.com.


         

From: Michael Rose - mjrose@worldnet.att.net.

         
          Descendants of Abraham Baer, Sr.          
         

1.  ABRAHAM1 BAER, SR. was born Abt. 1769, and died Abt. 1828.
    Married (1) SARAH ?. married (2) CHRISTINE BROWN October 06, 1822.
    Children of ABRAHAM BAER and SARAH ? are:
    i.    ABRAHAM2 BAER JR., b. Abt.1789, Germany;
            d. Dec. 30, 1858, Stark Co, Ohio.
    ii.   MANASSAH BAER, b. Abt. 1793; m. SARAH CREIGHTON.
    iii.  RACHEL BAER, b. Abt. 1795; m. DANIEL LICHTENWALTER.
    iv.   DAVID BAER, b. May 20, 1796; m. MARY ( POLLY ) DOLL.
    v.    AARON BAER, b. May 20, 1796; m. RACHEL ELSON.
    vi.   LYDIA BAER, b. Abt. 1798; m. DANIEL DOLL.
    vii.  SARAH BAER, b. Abt. 1805; m. JOHN CREIGHTON.
    viii. EPHRAIM BAER, b. Abt. 1808.

Generation No. 2

2.  ABRAHAM2 BAER, JR. (ABRAHAM1) born Abt. 1789 in Germany,
    died December 30, 1858 in Stark Co., Ohio.  He married (1) ESTHER BACHMAN
    December 30, 1812 in Stark Co., Ohio, daughter of HENRY BACHMAN
    and ESTHER BACHMAN.  She was born June 09, 1794 in Washington Co.,
    Pa., and died Abt. 1869 in Mendon, St. Joseph Co., Mich..
    Married (2) ELIZABETH VANDUYN December 03, 1854.
    Children of ABRAHAM BAER and ESTHER BACHMAN are:
    i.    JUDITH3 BAER, b. June 17, 1814, Stark Co. Ohio; d. October 26, 1897,
            Bloomingdale, Van Buren Co., Michigan; m. FREDERICK PETER LOEHR,
            Abt. 1830, Stark Co, OH; b April 17 1803, Wallhalben, Reinland-Pfalz,
            Germany; d. October 11, 1880, Bloomingdale, Van Buren Co., Michigan
    ii.   CICERO BAER, b. Abt. 1825.
    iii.  ORLANDO L. BAER, b. Abt. 1828, Ohio; m MARTHA UNK; b Abt 1835, Ohio.
    iv.   ELIZABETH BAER, b. Abt. 1839.
    v.    MOSES BAER.
    vi.   JACOB BAER.


         
         

Bare in Preble Co Ohio
Name Key Year Src Book Page Relevant Co ------------------------- --- ----- ------- ----- ----- ---------------------- -- Bare, Catharine |fc |1850 |Cen | |245 |Town of Eaton |Pr Bare, David |fc |1850 |Cen | |285 |Somers Twp |Pr Bare, Isaac |M |1843 |Marr |001 |035 |Robertson, Elizabeth |Pr Bare, Isabella |fc |1850 |Cen | |285 |Somers Twp |Pr Bare, Jacob |fc |1820 |Cen | |101 |Twin Twp |Pr Bare, John |M |1846 |Marr |001 |100 |Gulick, Elizabeth |Pr Bare, Margaret |M |1841 |Marr |A |394 |Ware, David |Pr Bare, Mary |M |1851 |Marr |001 |271 |Hahn, Jacob |Pr Bare, Matilda J. |M |1856 |Marr |001 |475 |Diefenbach, Benjamin F|Pr Bare, Nancy |M |1837 |Marr |001 |328 |Simpson, Jeremiah |Pr Bare, Sarah Ann |M |1853 |Marr |001 |362 |Paullus, Samuel |Pr fc Federal Census M Married Pr
Preble Co Ohio
Name Key Year Src Book Page Relevant Co ------------------------- --- ----- ------- ----- ----- ---------------------- -- Bare, Anna Margaret |B |1735 |Gene |500 | |M: Joseph Rench | Bare, Anna Margaret |B |1735 |Gene |500 | |d/Hans Michael Bare | Bare, Archibald A. |fc |1840 |Cen | |483 |Mill Creek Township |Ha Bare, George W. |fc |1880 |Cen | |145B |Monroe Twp. |Mi Bare, Isaac |fc |1820 |Cen | |155 |German Township |Mt Bare, Joseph |fc |1880 |Cen | |258C |Monroe Twp |Dk Bare, Joseph |fc |1880 |Cen | |018B |Clinton Twp. |Sh Bare, Lulu M. |M |1883 |Marr |Lic#|15802|Herr, Jacob H. |Mi Bare, Samuel |M |1842 |Marr | | |Underwood, Eliza |Ck Bare, Samuel |fc |1880 |Cen | |037D |Allen Twp |Dk Bare, Samuel |fc |1880 |Cen | |056A |German Twp |Ck Bare, Sarah E. |M |1865 |Marr | | |Smith, Joseph |Ck Bare, Susan |fc |1880 |Cen | |158D |Monroe Twp. |Mi Bare, William |Xr |1860 |Deed |36 |479 |Bethel Twp. |Mi Bare, William |fc |1880 |Cen | |288B |Patterson Twp |Dk Bare, William |fc |1880 |Cen | |099D |Franklin Twp |Dk Bare, William |fc |1880 |Cen | |172A |Pike Twp |Ck Bare, William H. |B |1831 |Gene |501 |005 |York Co Pa |Mi Bare, William H. |fc |1880 |Cen | |005B |Bethel Twp. |Mi Bare, William H. |es |1897 |ProbCt|Case|11274|Estate |Mi Bare, William H. |trs|1898 |ProbCt|Case|10208|Trusteeship |Mi B Born Ck Clark County Ohio Dk Darke County Ohio es Estate or pertaining to an estate fc Federal Census M Married Mi Miami County Ohio Mt Montgomery County Ohio Pr Preble County Ohio trs trustee Xr Receiver/Purchaser/Buyer/Grantee/Inherit/Endowee/etc
         

Obituary From the Huntington Herald Press Online, May 11, 1999

       James W. Stanley, 71, 1510 Fruit St., died at 8:50 a.m. Sunday (May 9, 1999) at Lutheran Hospital, Fort Wayne. Mr. Stanley retired from the Container Corporation Division of Jefferson Smurfit, Fort Wayne, in 1990. He was a member of the College Park United Brethren in Christ Church and a veteran of the Korean War. He was born March 11, 1928 in Polk Township, Huntington County, to John Charles and Bessie Ellen Fritz Stanley. He married E. Joanna Bare on April 22, 1950 in Andrews. She died June 21, 1997. Survivors include two sons, Thomas J. Stanley, Modesto, Calif., and Mark A. Stanley, Huntington; three daughters, Mrs. Edward (Carol) Michel, Huntington, and Mrs. Tom (Karen) Mulligan and Kathy Stanley, both of Fort Wayne; two brothers, Paul Fritz Stanley, Huntington, and Joseph Stanley, Decatur; a sister, Elizabeth Herberger, Lockport, N.Y.; and six grandchildren. Calling is from 1-8 p.m. Wednesday and from 1 p.m. until the 2 p.m. funeral service Wednesday at the Deal-Robbins Van Gilder Funeral Home, Huntington Chapel. Rev. Raymond Waldfogel will officiate at the service. Burial will be at Riverside Cemetery, Andrews. Preferred memorials are to the College Park United Brethren in Christ Church, 1945 College Ave., Huntington, IN 46750.
         



DR. J. R. BARE, was born February 16, 1821, in Clark County, Ind., and is the fourth child born to Jacob and Mary (Ray) Bare, who were natives of Augusta County, Va., where they were also married, and from whence they moved to the birthplace of our subject in 1810. Jacob Bare was a Captain in the war of 1812, a farmer by occupation, and both he and wife died in the Hoosier State, members of the Presbyterian Church. In youth Dr. Bare secured a good common school education and also a knowledge of Latin by attending a private school. When twenty years old he began reading medicine at New Philadelphia. this county, with Dr. Todd, and in 1844 began practicing. He graduated from the Louisville Medical University in about 1852, and for ten years after that successfully practiced at New Philadelphia. In 1862 he went out as Assistant Surgeon of the Sixty-sixth Indiana Regiment, and in 1863 was promoted Surgeon, a position he filled until 1865, when he resigned. Returning to New Philadelphia he resumed his profession, but in 1869 came to Salem, where he has since been actively engaged in prosecuting his profession. He was one of the organizers of the County Medical Society, belongs to the State Medical Society, the Presbyterian Church and the G. A. R. In 1844, Mary, daughter of James and Margaret (Mundon) Overman became his wife, and seven children have been born to them, only one, Mrs. Margaret McClelen, yet living. The mother was born in this county in 1819, and died in 1864. Anna M. Shields. who was born in 1846, a daughter of H. B. and J. K. Shields, became his wife in 1866, and two of their three children are yet living, and are named Nellie W. and Charles H..

History of Lawrence, Orange and Washington Counties, Indiana. Goodspeed Brothers and Company, Chicago. 1884.
         


         
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MICHAEL BARE (BEAR/BARR)
Born: ca 1802  Henry Co, KY  son of John     Mary Bare
Died: 1850s  Jennings Co or Clay Co, IN
Mar:  30 Sep 1827  Jefferson Co, IN  (by John Shirk, JP)
      Elizabeth Banister b: ca 1806-08  TN
      dau/of @William Banister (parents b: SC)
      d: after Jun 1880  @Jackson Tp, Sullivan Co, IN
Ch:   William    b 20 Jun 1828  IN   d 24 Apr 1893  IN  (1)
                 m 29 Apr 1847  IN   Parsa Pease
      Solomon    b 27 Aug 1833  IN   d 22 Apr 1863  Civil War (2)
                 m 18 Sep 1853  IN   Delphia Jane Hanes
      Mariah     b  8 Dec 1836  IN   d  2 Jul 1865  IN  (2)
                 m 27 Sep 1855  IN   John A. Bower
      James R.   b     ca 1839  IN   d @ante 1860  IN
     *Mary Jane  b  2 May 1840  IN   d 15 Apr 1906  IN
             1st m  1 Jun 1858  IN   Narell Tyler Triplett
             2d  m 21 Mar 1893  IN   John Shepherd
      George W.  b ca 1842  IN   d after 1860 @IN invalid;
                              probably never married
      John W.    b  ca 1845-46  IN   d 29 Jan 1910  TX  (1)
                 m  4 Jul 1866  IN   Catherine Hault/Nault
Ref:  Jefferson Co, IN Marr Bk A, pg 78
        Jefferson Co, IN Deed Bk J, pg 189, 4 May 1834, quitclaim
        deed to Christian Bear by heirs of John Bear
      Jefferson Co, IN Tract Bk, Patent, 3 Oct 1836, 40 acres,
        T4N, R11E, Sec 3; sold to Wm Bare in 1838
      Clay Co, IN Deed Bk N, pg 619, Feb 1858, James R. Beare;
        Lot 8, Staunton Deeters, Posey Tp
      Clay County, IN Marriage Records (WPA)
      1850-60 Federal Census - Staunton, Posey Tp, Clay Co, IN
      1850 Federal Census - Geneva Tp, Jennings Co, IN  (Barr)
      1880 Federal Census - Jackson Tp, Sullivan Co, IN  (Eliz w/Wm)
      (1) Civil War Pensioners
      (2) buried Rhule Cem, Posey Tp, Clay Co, IN
Notes:  @best guess; need to research.
      No will or estate found for Michael in Clay or Jennings Co
      To Indiana ante Jun 1828
      Spelling variations:  Bear, Baire, Barr
      Mary b: Jackson Co; scanned 1840 Jackson Co census - not found
      William BARR assessed 1851 in Posey Township; no other
        "Bare" variations in township.
      Michael Bear m: Eliz ?Coarts 28 Nov 1854, Jackson Co
         Marriage Bk C, pg 107
----------------

JOHN BARE  (BEAR/BARR)
Born: ante 1775   ???PA son of Mr Baar
Died: ante 1830  Milton Tp, Jefferson Co, IN
Bur:  "on his farm", Milton Tp, Jefferson Co, IN
Mar:  ca 1795  Mary  b: ca 1776-80  d: after 1840  @Jefferson Co, IN (1)
Ch:   Christian (4) b     ca 1796  KY   d 23 Mar 1868  IN
             (5) m   ante 1820 @IN   Nancy Hall
      Henry      b   ca 1801-2  KY   d
                 m 12 Aug 1820  IN   Jane Jackson
     *Michael (4) b     ca 1802  KY   d 1850s  IN
                 m 30 Sep 1827  IN   Elizabeth Banister
      Abner     (4)(5) b  5 Apr 1804  KY   d after 1874  IN
                 m 21 Apr 1825  IN   Orpha Lewis
      Jacob      b  after 1804  KY   d look KY
             (2) m  < May 1834  ??   Margaret "Peggy" Etherland
      Sophia     b     ca 1809  KY   d ca 1841  IN
                 m  4 Jun 1826  IN   John C. Irwin
      Andrew    (4)(5) b     ca 1812  KY   d after 1850 @IN
                 m 13 Apr 1837  IN   Agnes Vernon
      Hester     b c 1795-1804  KY   d > May 1834
             1st m   ante 1825 @IN   Thomas Cobb
             2d  m 25 Aug 1825  IN   William Perry
      Catherine  b  ca 1805-10 @KY   d after Apr 1836
       (Kitty)   m 20 Sep 1827  IN   David Wiles (?Miles)
      Nancy  (5) b   ca 1811-5 @KY   d 1840s  IN
                 m 15 Jul 1830  IN   Joseph H. Lockard  (4)
      Elizabeth  b @ca 1811-25  IN   d ante Apr 1836
                 m  > May 1834 @IN   James Waughtel (Wachtel)
      George W. (5) b   ca 1811-5 @KY   d ante 1850  IN
                 m  6 Mar 1838  IN   Phoebe C. Sherman  (4)
      Polly      b @ca 1811-25  IN   never married
      Solomon    b  ca 18??-10 @KY   d after May 1834
      John       b  ca 18??-10 @KY   d after Oct 1838 never married
      Martin     b  ca 18??-10 @KY   (3) never married
Ref:  Jefferson Co, IN Marr Bks
      Henry Co, KY Deed Bk ?, pg ??, 19 Jan 1814, to son George
      Patent from US Govt:  2 May 1814, 160 acres, T4N, R11E, Sec 25,
        SE 1/4, BLM #FC555, Milton Tp, on Indian KY Creek
        applic dtd 26 Feb 1812 "of Henry Co, KY"
      Jefferson Co, IN Deed Bk J, pg 189, 4 May 1834, quitclaim
        deed to Christian Bear by heirs of John Bear
      Jefferson Co, IN Tract Bk, Patent, 3 Oct 1836, 40 acres,
        T4N, R11E, Sec 3; sold to Wm Bare in 1838
      1820, 1830, 1840 Federal Census - Jefferson Co, IN
Notes:  @best guess; need to research.
      To Indiana ante 1814
      Spelling variations:  Bear, Baire, Barr, Bere
      1820 Enumeration of Males - Jefferson County, IN - John Barr;
            Christian and Henry Bear
      (1) 1830-1840 Federal Census  - widow in Milton Tw, Jefferson County
      (2) lived Owenton, KY in May 1834; Owen Co, KY in Apr 1836
      (3) mentioned Spring Term 1859 in Decatur Co, IN
      (4) 1850 Federal Census - Jefferson County, IN
      (5) 1840 Federal Census - Jefferson County, IN
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JOHN BARR Born:   ante 1775 Died: after Mar 1825  Shelby Co, KY
Mar:   7 Mar 1803  Shelby Co, KY
      Mary "Polly" Kinder
Ch:   George
Ref:  Shelby Co, KY Marr Bk 1, pg 10
      Shelby Co, KY Deed Bk ?, pg 520, 19 Jun 1817, to son, George
      Shelby Co, KY Deed Bk U, pg 103-4, 2 Mar 1825, Bill of Sale
       to James     Wiley Herndon; US pension
Notes:  Rev War svc
---------------

           BARES IN INDIANA CENSUSES

1850 census: Jennings County, Geneva Tw, 29 Aug, pg 307:
244   244     Barr, Michael 48, b KY, laborer
              Elizabeth     44, b TN
              Solomon       15, b IN, laborer
              Mariah        13, b IN
              James R.      11, b IN
              Mary           9, b IN
              George W.      7, b IN
              John           5, b IN

1850 census: Clay County, Posey Tw, 27 Aug, pg 250:
 99    99     Barr, William       21, b IN, laborer
              Parcy               20, b IN
              Nancy L.             1, b IN
             Linebarker, Rebecca  74, b IN

1860 census: Clay County, Posey Tw, Staunton, 3 Jul, pg 78:
584   573     Bare, Elizabeth 52, b TN, housekeeper
              George W.       18, b IN, invalid
              John W.         15, b IN, farm laborer

587   573     Bare, William 32, b IN, day laborer
              Parsa         31, b ??
              Nancy         12, b IN
              Eliza         10, b IN
              James P.       3, b IN
              Joseph         1, b IN

1870 census: Owen County, Jefferson Tw, Arney, 22 Jun, pg 248:
272   273     Bair, William 42, b IN, farmer
              Parsa         40, b ??
              James         13, b IN
              Joseph        11, b IN
              Michael        9, b IN
              Elizabeth      7, b IN
              Ira            5, b IN
              John W.        2, b IN

Note: Elizabeth Bare not found 1870

1880 census: Sullivan County, Jackson Tw, 4 Jun, pg 4:
 30    30     Bare, William 51, b IN, farmer
              Pasa          51, b OH, keeping house
              Joseph L.     21, b IN
              Michael       19, b IN
              Mary E.       16, b IN
              Ira S.        14, b IN
              Martha         9, b IN
              George         5, b IN
              Elizabeth     71, b TN, mother

Bare deeds:
     Clay Co, IN Deed Bk U, pg 282, 10 Jan 1865, warranty,
      Elizabeth Bare to John C. Triplett, $250, Lot 8,
      Staunton Deeters, rec 1 May 1865
     Clay Co, IN Deed Bk N, pg 619, 23 Feb 1858, warranty,
      Robert J. Tribble to James R. Bare, $85, Lot 8,
      Staunton Deeters, rec 5 Aug 1858
     Note: James R. Bare must have died ante 1860; not in census

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IGI / AFN Records from Family Search Jacob Bare (AFN:3KR8-84) b Abt 1775/1785 Pennsylvania Died: 6 Sep 1826 Preble Co., Ohio Buried: Dunkers Cem, Preble, Ohio Married: 25 Mar 1803 Washington Co., Pennsylvania Mary Wintrode (AFN:3KR8-99) b 4 Jan 1775 Frederick Co., Maryland Died: 1840/1850 Preble Co, Ohio Marriage: 25 Mar 1803 Washington Co., Pennsylvania Father: Johan Peter Winterroth (AFN:C91D-JH) Mother: Ann Maria Michael (AFN:C91D-KN) Children 1. M Henry W. Bare (Bear) (AFN:3KR8-4F) b 25 Aug 1803 Lebanon, Warren, Ohio Died 25 Aug 1885 At Home Twin Townships, Preble Co., Ohio Buried 28 Aug 1885 Sugar Hill Cemetery, Lanier Township, Ohio 2. M John H. Bare (AFN:3KR8-WD) b 14 Oct 1807 Ohio died: 6 Apr 1891 3. F Peggy Bare (AFN:3KR8-ZQ) b 1809 Ohio 4. F Nancy Bare (AFN:3KR9-0V) b 1811 Ohio 5. M Peter Bare (AFN:3KR9-12) b Abt. 1813 Ohio 6. M Isaac Bare (AFN:3KR9-27) b Abt. 1815 Ohio 7. M Jacob M. Bare (AFN:3KR8-XK) b 1820) IN (10-16 1804-10 Ohio 8. M Samuel T. Bare (AFN:3KR9-4K) b 1823 , Preble Co., Ohio 9. M David Bare (AFN:3KR9-3D) b 1826 , Preble Co., Ohio ---------------------------------------------------------- Henry W. Bare (AFN:3KR8-4F) b 25 Aug 1803 Lebanon, Warren, Ohio Died: 25 Aug 1885 Place: At His Home Twin Townships, Preble Co., Ohio Buried: 28 Aug 1885 Sugar Hill Cem, Lanier Twps, Ohio Married: 21 Dec 1826, Preble Co., Ohio Father: Jacob Bare (AFN:3KR8-84) Mother: Mary Wintrode (AFN:3KR8-99) Wife Mary Ann Foreman (Foorman) (AFN:3KR8-5L) Born: 17 Mar 1811 Staunton, Augusta Co., Va Died: 18 Jun 1902 Preble Co, Ohio Buried: Jun 1902 Sugar Hill Cemetery, Preble Co., Ohio Married: 21 Dec 1826, Preble Co., Ohio Father: Jacob Foreman (AFN:C91D-BG) Mother: Elizabeth Rebecca Paulus (AFN:C91D-CM) Children 1. M Jacob Bare (AFN:3KR8-CM) b 29 Sep 1827 West Alexandria Preble Ohio Died: 28 Dec 1837 2. F Rebecca. Bare (AFN:3KR8-DS) b 22 Oct 1830 West Alexandria Preble Ohio Died: 8 Dec 1839 3. F Mary W. Bare (AFN:3KR8-F0) b 31 Mar 1831 West Alexandria, Preble Co., Ohio Died: 26 Apr 1919 4. F Rebecca Bare (AFN:3KR8-G5) b 20 Nov 1832 West Alexandria Preble Ohio Died: 12 May 1834 5. M Alfred Bare (AFN:3KR8-HB) b 18 Apr 1835 West Alexandria, Preble Co., Ohio Died: 11 Sep 1887 Place: 6. M Henry Bare (AFN:2D0C-8R) b 25 Jan 1837 West Alexandria, Preble Co., Ohio Died: 5 Feb 1875 West Alexandria, Preble Co., Ohio Buried: West Alexandria, Preble Co., Ohio 7. F Sarah M. Bare (AFN:3KR8-JH) b 6 Apr 1839 West Alexandria, Preble Co., Ohio Died: 1 Nov 1913 Lanier Twp, Preble Co., Ohio 8. M John Hart Bare (AFN:3KR8-KN) b 17 Oct 1840 West Alexandria, Preble Co., Ohio Died: 31 Dec 1897 9. F Emily Ann Bare (AFN:3KR8-LT) b 18 Nov 1842 West Alexandria, Preble Co., Ohio Died: 10 Jan 1881 10. F Catherine D. Bare (AFN:3KR8-M1) b 22 Sep 1844 West Alexandria, Preble Co., Ohio Died: 14 Mar 1918 Preble Co, Ohio Buried: Eversole Church, Of Brethren Cem, Nr New Lebanon, Ohio 11. F Eliza Jane Bare (AFN:3KR8-N6) b 7 Oct 1846 West Alexandria, Preble Co., Ohio Died: 9 Sep 1909 12. F Susan Margaret Bare (AFN:3KR8-PC) b 26 Apr 1849 West Alexandria, Preble Co., Ohio Died: 5 May 1932 13. M Joseph Leedy Bare (AFN:3KR8-QJ) b 26 Aug 1851 West Alexandria Preble Ohio 14. M Franklin Bare (AFN:3KR8-RP) b 18 Apr 1854 West Alexandria Preble Ohio Died: 30 May 1854 15. F Matilda Ella Bare (AFN:3KR8-SV) b 12 Jan 1856 West Alexandria, Preble Co., Ohio Died: Abt 1900 ------------------------------------------- Johann Peter Winterroth (AFN:C91D-JH) b 7 May 1749 of Frederick, MD Father: John Casper Winterodem (AFN:1RZH-V1C) Mother: Anna Mararetha (AFN:1RZH-V2K). Wife Anna Maria Michael (AFN:C91D-KN) b 25 Aug 1752 of Frederick, Maryland. Children: 1. M John Peter Winterroth(AFN:1RZH-TSX) b 23 Nov 1773 of Frederick, ME Died: 21 Jun 1859 Warren co., Ohio 2. M Peter Winterrowd (AFN:1C6M-HQ5) b 27 Nov 1773 of Frederick, Maryland 3. F Mary Wintrode (AFN:3KR8-99) b 4 Jan 1775 of Frederick Co., MD Died: 1840s Preble Co, Ohio 4. F Margaret Wintro (AFN:1RZH-TT5) b Abt 1777 of Frederick Co., Maryland Died: Warren Co, Ohio 5. F Elizabeth Winterrowd (AFN:1PV1-BN5) b 29 Nov 1779 of Washington, Pennsylvania Died: 3 Oct 1843 Montgomery Co., Ohio Buried: 3 Oct 1843 Near Red Lion, , Ohio 6. F Sarah Winterode (AFN:1RZH-TVC) b Abt 1784 , Of Frederick, Maryland 7. M Adam Wintro (AFN:1RZH-TWK) b 2 Oct 1787 Washington Co., Pennsylvania Died: 27 Oct 1861 Lebanon, Warren, Ohio 8. M David Winterrowd (AFN:1RZH-TXR) b 4 Feb 1792 Washington Co., PA Died: 27 Jan 1867 Howard Co., Indiana 9. M John Wintrow (AFN:1RZH-TZ0) b 1798 Washington Co , Pennsylvania 10. M Daniel Winterroth (AFN:1RZH-V05) b Abt 1800 Warren Co. Ohio -------------------------------------------------- John Casper Winterodem (AFN:1RZH-V1C) b 1704 Germany Wife Anna Mararetha (AFN:1RZH-V2K) b Abt 1704 Of Frederick Co., MD Children: 1. M Johannes Jacob Winteroth (AFN:1RZH-V3R) b 20 Apr 1735 Pennsylvania Died: 3 Feb 1797 2. M Johannes Adam Winteroth (AFN:1RZH-V40) b 20 Dec 1739 Pennsylvania Died: 30 Aug 1813 Buried: Littlestown, Adams, Pennsylvania 3. F Catharine Wenderoth (AFN:1RZH-V56) b Abt 1742 of Frederick, Maryland 4. M Johan Georg Frantz Winterroth (AFN:1RZH-V6D) b 1744 Christened: 11 Mar 1744 of Frederick Co., Maryland 5. M Johann Peter Winterroth (AFN:C91D-JH) b 7 May 1749 of Frederick, Maryland


A Frederick Co Query response by Peter Brown
PBrown8682@aol.com in 1998 mentioned this work:

      Wenderoth genealogy published by Vern A. Carpenter

It is the Wisconsin State Historical Society Library in Madison

     Author:  Carpenter, Vern A. (Vern Anderson), 1902-
      Title:  Wenderoth families of Germany / by Vern A. Carpenter.
  Publisher:  [Indianapolis, Ind. : Central Pub. Co., c1987]
Description:  xxxi, 384 p. ; 27 cm.
   Location:  Historical Society Library Stacks
Call Number:  CS71 W4715 1987




The following notes were found on the webpages of Howard Reid Paige,
973 Snowgoose Lane, Manteca, CA 95337, AC (209) 824-1679.
Email Equine1965@mediaone.net.

Ancestors of Ann Howard Jones:

992. Hans Bare, born 1612; died July 04, 1659 in Hausen, Zurich, Switzerland.
He was the son of 1984. Lorenz Bare and 1985. Anna Strehler.
He married 993. Verna Huber November 16, 1634 in Hausen, Zurich, Switzerland.
993. Verna Huber, born 1613 in Mettemenstetten, Zurich, Switzerland; died
March 28, 1676 in Hausen, Zurich, Switzerland.
Children of Hans Bare and Verna Huber are:
   i.   Jacob Bare, born 1636.
  ii.   Verna Bare, born 1637.
 iii.   Lorenz Bare, born 1639.
  iv.   Veronika Bare, born 1642.
   v.   Ulrich Bare, born 1643.
  vi.   Adelheid Bare, born 1646.
 vii.   Hans Bare, born January 23, 1647/48 in Hausen, Switerzland;
            died July 01, 1715
           in Hausen, Switzerland; married Barbara Hauser January 11, 1681/82.
viii.   Heinrich Bare, born 1650.
  ix.   Anna Bare, born 1652.
   x.   Felix Bare, born 1654.
--------------------

472. Hans Bare, born January 23, 1647/48 in Hausen, Switerzland; died July 01, 1715
in Hausen, Switzerland. He was the son of 944. Hans Bare and 945. Verna Huber.
He married 473. Barbara Hauser January 11, 1681/82.
473. Barbara Hauser, born 1654 in Schweichlof; died January 30, 1708/09.
She was the daughter of 946. Hans Hauser and 947. Barbara Ringger.

Notes for Hans Bare: Hans was Baptized January 23, 1648 in Hausen, Switzerland.
He came to the Colonies, Lancaster, Pa. in 1717,
Children of Hans Bare and Barbara Hauser are:
    i.  Hansely Bear, born 1682.
  ii.   Jacob Bear, born Abt. December 30, 1683 in Switzerland;
           died Abt. 1740 in Rockingham Co., Va.; married Barabara.
 iii.   Anna Bear, born 1685.
  iv.   Anna Bear, born 1686.
   v.   Hans Bear, born 1686.
  vi.   Elizabeth Bear, born 1690.
 vii.   Henry Bear, born 1692; died 1749 in Lancaster, PA.
viii.   Barbara Bear, born 1694.
  ix.   Susan Bear, born 1696.
--------------------

236. Jacob Bear, born Abt. December 30, 1683 in Switzerland; died Abt. 1740
 in Rockingham Co., Va.. He was the son of 472. Hans Bare and 473. Barbara Hauser.
He married 237. Barabara.
Notes for Jacob Bear: Came to America with his parents and siblings in 1717
to Lancaster Co., Pa. Name originally spelled (Jagely Bare). Moved to Shenandoah Valley
 in about 1740 with son's Jacob and John. Jacob is said to have been a Tavern keeper.

Children of Jacob Bear and Barabara are:
 i.     Jacob Bear, born November 15, 1724 in Elkton, Rockingham Co., VA;
                     died February 12, 1783 in Bear Lithia Springs, Rockingham Co., Va;
                     married Anna Barbara Miller Bet. 1745 - 1750.
ii.     John Bear, born Abt. 1726; died Abt. 1791 in Virginia;
                     married Elizabeth Catatrina Miller Bef. January 1753.
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124. Jacob Bear, born November 15, 1724 in Elkton, Rockingham Co., VA;
died February 12, 1783 in Bear Lithia Springs, Rockingham Co., Va.
He was the son of 248. Jacob Bear and 249. Barabara.
He married 125. Anna Barbara Miller Bet. 1745 - 1750.
125. Anna Barbara Miller, born 1726; died November 27, 1791 in Bear Lithia
Springs, Rockingham Co., Va. She was the daughter of 250. Adam Miller and
251. Maria Anna Barbara Koger.

Notes for Jacob Bear:  Originally Brothers lived At Brock's Gap, a mountain pass,
about 20 miles west of Litha Springs from about 1750 to1763. In 1764 his
Father-in-law Adam Miller offered him 280 acres and 200 pounds on the condition
that he would be allowed to spend the rest of his life at the new house, now
a building on said plantation, and that Jacob was to keep his in-laws supplied
with two cows, a horse, meat, barley, wheat, and 33 gals. of whiskey.  Jacob
then moved to Lithia Springs. The springs are now know as Bear Lithia Springs,
they are about 2 Mi. north of Elkton, Va. Jacob was a Lt. in the Militia during
the Revolution, record Feb. 23, 1780.   He and brother John married sisters Ann
and Elizabeth Miller. Spelled Bare and Baer.  Jacob was called "Whiskey"
because he kept his father in-law warm with whiskey. Jacob was an elder at
St. Peter's Reformed Church. Children of Jacob Bear and Anna Miller are:
   i.   Mary Ann Bear, born March 27, 1757 in Rockbridge Parish, Rockbridge,
           VA; died June 25, 1824 in Bridgewater, Rockingham Co., VA;
           married Henry Harnsberger March 07, 1780 in Rockingham Co., VA.
           Henry is buried at Bridgewater, Rockingham Co., Virginia
   ii.  Adam Bear, born Abt. 1759 in Elkton, Rockingham Co., VA.
  iii.  Jacob Bear, born December 17, 1761 in Elkton, Rockingham Co., VA.
   iv.  Anna Barbara Bear, born Abt. 1763 in Elkton, Rockingham Co., VA;
                     died March 12, 1828; married Jacob Kisling.
    v.  Catherine Bear, born 1765 in Bear Lithia Springs, Botetourt,
                     Rockingham Co., Va;     died 1834 in Orangeville, Orange Co., IN;
                     married Shirley Valentine.
   vi.  Henry Bear, born 1765 in Rockingham City, Va.; died 1851 in
                      Augusta City, Va.;                married Catherine Runkle.
  vii.  Elizabeth Bear, born 1767 in Elkton, Rockingham Co., VA; married
                            George Coogler.
 viii.  Daughter? Bear, born Abt. 1769 in Elkton, Rockingham Co., VA;
                            married Michael Mallow.
  ix.   Anna Bear, born Abt. 1771 in Elkton, Rockingham Co., VA;
                            married George Argenbright.
   x.   John Bear, born June 22, 1774 in Elkton, Rockingham Co., VA.
------

118. John Bear, born Abt. 1726; died Abt. 1791 in Virginia. He was the
son of 236. Jacob Bear and 237. Barabara. He married 119. Elizabeth
Catatrina Miller Bef. January 1753.  119. Elizabeth Catatrina Miller, born
 December 20, 1734. She was the daughter of 238. Adam Miller
and 239. Maria Anna Barbara Koger.

Notes for John Bear:  John originally lived at Brock's Gap Va., with brother
Jacob and his father.  In 1747 he purchased 300 Acres at Linville Creek,
Rockingham Co., Va. He lived on Fort Run about 1 Mi. west of Timberville on
the road to Rader's Church. This is about 6 Mi. east of Brock's Gap and
18 Mi. northwest of Bear Springs. Land records show that John bought and
sold several 1000 acres over the years. He and brother Jacob married sisters
 of the Miller family.

More About John Bear: Fact 8: Linville Co., Va. Fact 10: He and brother
married sisters-Miller Notes for Elizabeth Catatrina Miller: Known as the
first white child born in the Shenandoah Valley.  More About Elizabeth
Catatrina Miller: Fact 10: She and sister married brothers-Bear

Children of John Bear and Elizabeth Miller are:
  i.    Barbara Bear, married Andrew Andes.
 ii.    Henry Bear, married Catherine Karns.
iii.    Jacob Bear, married Mary Karns.
 iv.    John Bear.
  v.    Elizabeth Bear, married Michael Trout.
 vi.    Mary Bear, born January 11, 1760 in Va.; died October 10, 1849 in Va.;
           married (1) Thomas Harpine; married (2) James Kennerly September 28, 1820.
Notes for Mary Bear: Mary's daughter and James' son by their 1st. marriages,
married each other.  Notes for James Kennerly: Served in Revolution in
Capt. Robertson's Company, Virgina Militia 1777.
           vii.    Anna Barbara Bear, born November 27, 1767; married Jacob Miller.
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62. Henry Bear, born 1765 in Rockingham City, Va.; died 1851 in
Augusta City, Va..  He was the son of 124. Jacob Bear and 125. Anna Barbara
Miller.  He married 63. Catherine Runkle. 63. Catherine Runkle, born 1773
in Va.; died October 09, 1846 in Augusta City, Va..
She was the daughter of 126. Peter Runkle and 127. Margaret Cook.

Notes for Henry Bear: In 1830 Henry owned 15 slaves. In 1827 he sent the 3
youngest of his 7 children to live with a Jacob Bear, posting a $3,500
Guardian Bond for their welfare.
The youngest of these was Rebecca who married Dr Alfred S. Wolfe.
The 1850 Census show Henry living with Rebecca even though he sent her away
as a child.  Note: Rebecca and Alfred are ancestors of Ruth Fisher Tulloch.

Children of Henry Bear and Catherine Runkle are:
   i.   John Bear, born 1794 in Rockingham Co., Va.
  ii.   Henry Bear, born 1798 in Rockingham Co., Va.
 iii.   Jacob Bear, born 1802 in Elkton, Rockingham Co., VA;
           died February 27, 1877; married Anna Maria ?.
  iv.   Alexander H. Bear, born 1806 in Elkton, Rockingham Co., VA.
   v.   Elizibath Bear, born January 15, 1806 in Rockingham Co., Va.
  vi.   Charles Wesley Bear, born 1812 in Rockingham Co., Va.
 vii.   Anna Rebecca Bear, born 1817 in Rockingham Co., Va; marr. Alfred Lewis Wolfe.
viii.   Adam Clark Bear, born February 1820 in Elkton, Rockingham Co., VA;
                      married Susan.
                     Notes for Adam Clark Bear:  Farmer, 1850 Census.

         

From http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/t/u/c/David-L-Tucker/GENE0001-0001.html:

The early Bar history for the northern group centers about the ancestors of Christophel, Melchion, and Johannes Bar. They were referred to as the Phoenix immigrants. Several of the early pioneers are buried at Schlossers church cemetery in Lehigh County, Pennsylvania.

Fifty-eight Swiss Mignonettes were deported to Amsterdam in March 1710 to be taken by force to North Carolina. They escaped and returned to Palatinate. In 1717 at a Mignonette conference the decision was made to migrate to America. Three ship loads came to Philadelphia and moved to near Lancaster, Pennsylvania. The passenger list was lost without any record being made. A letter from Alsace listed 30 Anabaptist prisoners which included a Ulli Bar, Katherine Bar, Hans Heinrich Bar, Jacob Bar, and Hans Bar.

Five thousand acres were warranted to land agents November 22, 1717. Much of it was surveyed in March 1720 to recent immigrants Hans Bar, Jacob Bar, Martin Bar, and Jacob Hooker. This land joined the land of Samuel Bar. These Bars were probably the sons of John Jacob Bar whose name was on the list of land transfers on the Conestoga in 1721. "Old Henry" Bar warranted 424 acres on the Conestoga river September 27, 1717. Jacob had 600 acres surveyed west of Hans Graeff the same month. Martin Bear was on the 1721 tax list. These notes were recorded from Jane Evans Best "Three Bears of Earl Township, Lancaster County, PA" and Pennsylvania Mennonite records.

The following notes were taken from Ben Franklin's Pennsylvania Gazette 17-28 August 1748.
He who careth not from whence he came, careth not whither he goeth.
We live in the present, We dream of the future, we learn eternal truths from the past.
Jacob Bear, Sr. offers reward for the recovery of mare strayed or stolen from his plantation.

Tracking the Bears

Tracking the Bears was greatly assisted by the ship records at the port of Philadelphia. A large number of the Bears passed through the Port of Philadelphia between 1730 and 1740. There may be some variations in spelling based on the language of the recorder or the ship steward. Apparently most of the Bears spoke German. Some of the ship logs noted as having "Bear" passengers are as follows: The ship Francis and Elizabeth docked at Philadelphia August 3, 1743 with Johannes and Jacob Bar and their families. The ship Dragon docked September 30, 1732 with Hans Bar, George Bar and Ulrich Bare. The ship Molley arriving from Rotterdam September 30, 1727 lists Samuel and Jacob Bare. The Ship Joyce landing November 30, 1730 lists John Bare age 40, Hans Jacob Bare age 11, Hendrich Bare age 6, Anna Maria age 43, and Maria Barbra age 16. The ship Priscilla arriving September 11, 1749 had Rudolph, Henry, Johanna and Jason. The Britanica landed in 1731 with passengers Elizabeth Kern age 55, and Katherine Kern age 22. The Plaesana listed Medley Bear age 20 and Frena Bear age 18. In 732 the Phoenix arriving September 30, 1743 had Michael Bar, Phillopus Bar, Johannes Bar, Melchoir Bar, Melchoir Jr., and Christaple Bar. The "Phoenix Four" will be noted in both Rochingham, Virginia and in Ohio and Indiana.

Land Holdings

The Bar brothers were reported once as living at Brocks Gap. This is about 20 miles west of Lithia Springs. "Whiskey Jacob" bought the farm from John Michael Brock who was one of the Valley's first settlers. The "Baron" signed as one of the three witnesses. The land records state in part "Henry Brock and his wife Mary, sell to Jacob Bear for 60 lb. 400A in Augusta County, on ye south fork of ye north river of Shanando above thee gap in yea mountain". (At this time, 1752, Jagley Jacob's son Jacob is 28 and John is 26. Jacob is our GF-5 from our start point of Hans Bar.

Adam Miller

Adam Miller was probably the first to settle in the Rockingham County Virginia area. He and his family settled near the present city of Elkton in 7126. Adam Miller was born in Germany in 1703. He spent his early life dreaming about the new world. Adam's dream became a reality when he and his young wife Barbara and his sister Catrina came to America in the summer of 1720. They landed at Philadelphia then spent some time near Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

Adam was dissatisfied with the farming lands there. When he heard that there was better land in Virginia he decided to go see for himself. He left the womenfolk at home and made his way to Williamsburg, Virginia. In a tavern he met some men who spoke to him of a great valley which lay between two mountain ranges. They told him of a smooth flowing river, fertile land and an abundance of game. Going westward he came to the valley (Some say he found it by climbing a tree-I guess it doesn't matter). When he reached the valley floor he staked out a section (640 acres) to settle on. He returned to Lancaster to fetch his wife and sister. Little Henry was born and Barbara Ann was soon on the way.

This location proved unhealthy for his family. Adam then purchased 820 acres to the south along the Shenandoah river. This tract included a large spring of bubbling water. Adam built a cabin near the spring. Adam then began clearing land, planting crops and building out buildings from the trees he cut. A few years later Adam built a new cabin near the area where Elkton is today. He selected the logs with the greatest care. Adam was happy and proud of his new home. He called it Green Meadows.

Adam and Barbara Miller had not lived an easy life. The threat of Indian attack was always near. John Rhodes, a neighbor, and his wife and five children were all killed by Indians just over the hill from Adam's cabin. A few days later Adam's son, Adam Jr. was killed by Indians.

Adam and Barbara Millers two daughters had married the Bear brothers, Jacob and John. The Bears still lived in the Brocks Gap area. Adam began a plan to transfer his land, to include the springs, to his daughter Barbara. The agreement between him and Jacob Barr is noted in a later paragraph.

Daughter Catherine and John Bear settled at Mill Place which is near Staunton. Adam's son Henry married Elizabeth Coogler and they settled near the homeplace. As a result of the marriages between the Bear and Miller families they became closely interwoven. Some of these families moved on to Tennessee then to Missouri. Some of the Miller/Bear descendants such as the Kempers, Gibbons, Yanceys, Hopkins, Mauzys and the Harnsbergers still live in East Rockingham.
In the fall of 1764 Adam became tired of the strain of living on the frontier. Adam was 61 years old. He said he had spent the last 40 years looking for greener pastures, staking out garden plots, building houses, raising crops, hunting for food and generally just staying alive. He decided he would take things a little easier and retire. He offered Jacob Barr his 240 acres if Jacob would let him live in the new house for the remainder of his life. Jacob was also to provide him a current supply of:
          Two Cows
          One Horse
          Pigs
          Barley and Wheat
          33 Gallons of Whiskey a year
         
Jacob accepted the offer on September 28, 1764. He may have been swayed by his wife Anna Barbara Miller Barr, who is Adams Daughter.

John The "Baron" Barr

John remained at Brocks Gap. Historian Harry Strickler wrote that John Barrs "was on Fort Run, about a mile west of the village of Timberville, on the road to Raders Church". This is about six miles east of Brocks Gap and 18 northwest of Jacob's new home. In the 1789 "John Waylans history of Rockingham County Virginia", John Barr is listed as owning 836 acres of land. He was listed as one of the largest landholders in the county. John "The Baron" bought 616 more acres on the north Shenadoah river on June 6, 1769. He added 630 more acres in 1770.
         

Child of Hans Bar and Kathrina Huber is:

2.      i.      LORENZ2 BAR, b. 1580, Hausen, Switzerland; d. 1634.
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2. LORENZ2 BAR (HANS1) was born 1580 in Hausen, Switzerland, and died 1634.
           He married ANNA STREHLER.
   Child of Lorenz Bar and Anna Strehler is:

3.      i.      HANS3 BAR, b. 1612, Hausen, Switzerland; d. 1659.
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3. HANS3 BAR (LORENZ2, HANS1) was born 1612 in Hausen, Switzerland, and died 1659.
   He married VERENA HUBER.  Child of Hans Bar and Verena Huber is:

4.      i.      HANS4 BAR, b. 1648, Hausen Switzerland; d. 1717.
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4. HANS4 BAR (HANS3, LORENZ2, HANS1) was born 1648 in Hausen Switzerland, and died 1717.
   He married ANNA BARBRA HAUSER.

   Child of Hans Bar and Anna Hauser is:

5.      i.      JAGELY5 BAR, b. 1683, Hausen Switzerland; d. 1740, Rockingham, VA.
-----

5. JAGELY5 BAR (HANS4, HANS3, LORENZ2, HANS1) was born 1683 in Hausen
   Switzerland, and died 1740 in Rockingham, VA. He married FRONICA GOOD.

Child of Jagely Bar and Fronica Good is:

6.      i.      JOHN6 BARR, b. 1726, Hausen Switzerland; d. 1791, Rockingham County, VA.
-----
6. JOHN6 BARR (JAGELY5 BAR, HANS4, HANS3, LORENZ2, HANS1) was born 1726
   in Hausen Switzerland, and died 1791 in Rockingham County, VA.
   He married CATHERINE MILLER, daughter of Adam Miller and Barbra.
   Notes Called "Barron John" because of large land holdings.
   Child of John Barr and Catherine Miller is:

7.      i.      HENRY7 BARR, b. 1770; d. 1831, Tennesee.

         
         
January 23, 2001:  From: Dawn Bare - dawn_bare@myfamily.

I found a lot of detailed information about the Jacob Bare from Augusta
VA who moved to Clark Co Indiana in 1820 or so from a gedcom file put
up  on the world family tree at www.ancestry.com.  It seems to be authored
by someone descended directly from Maxwell B. Baer, though no submitter
was listed.  Check out the notes under Jacob and his heirs.  I summarized
some of them and your correspondence with Mr. Ryder in the .txt file
also attached.
---------------

  What I know from my family records is that Mary Ann Bare, b 10 Dec 1812 TN,
  d 11 May 1895 Jefferson Co IL, m 11 Aug 1831 Elias Gaskins, b 16 Oct 1806
  OH, d 20 Apr 1881, Jefferson Co IL.  and that their daughter (my gg
  grandmother) Sarah Catherine Gaskins was b 18 Oct 1840 in Clark Co IN.  The
  family is counted in Jefferson Co IL in 1850.

  My line is:
  Sarah Catherine Gaskins 1840-1928 m 1865 Joseph Newton Brown 1841-1901
  Martha Jane Brown 1975-1964 m 1898 Frank Wilson Ryder 1871-1945
  Harl Edgar Ryder 1905-1975 m 1937 Pearl Kirkpatrick 1910-2000
  me: Harl Edgar Ryder 1938- m 1970 Mary Irene Kingsolver 1934-

  Mary Ann (Bare) Gaskins' parents were Owen Bare and Catherine Pearce.  They
  also settled in Jefferson Co IL, and Catherine was the first interment at
  Mt Catherine Christian Church, which took its name from her grave.  The
  1850 Census of Jefferson Co IL lists  Owen Bare 67 b PA and Catherine Bare
  60 b MD.
  For fifty years, this has been the earliest information I have about this
  family branch.

  Last night I was browsing the internet and decided to check out the Bare
  family on http://www.familysearch.org.
  I think the data there may be of interest to both of us if it is reliable.

  Check out the listings for Owen C Bare 1782-1865 m1808 Catherine Pearce
  1790-1864; ch Jacob 1809, Henry H 1866, Owen C 1817, John P 1820, Peter R
  1825, Dave 1829, Joshua 1833, Elias 1836.
  The biggest problem here is that this Owen C Bare is listed with Roanoke VA
  as birthplace, which differs from the 1850 Census record.  The place of
  death and the cemetery are a perfect match.  These researchers seem to
  collected only sons, because my ancestress is missing from the list.

  Your family seems to come in with the listings for Owen's father Jacob Bare
  b abt 1755 Augusta VA, d 1826/1831 Clark Co IN, m Barbara b abt 1759
  Augusta VA, d bef 1826; ch Jacob 1781-1855, Owen C 1782-1865, Mary
  1787-1811, Henry 1788-bef 1851, John 1790-1870, David 1791-.  Your Isaac
  1818-1881 is omitted from the list, but may be the son of a later wife.

  Have you seen these connections?  What do you think of them?

  Harl Ryder

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I copied these notes about the Clark Co Indiana Jacob Bare from a gedcom file.
I found on www.ancestry.com's world ancestry tree, submitter not listed but
Maxwell Bertram Bare, 1900-1989, Greenwood Indiana is the home person in the
 file.  I don't think this Jacob is

the father of our Isaac, but may be a close relative.  Reading it makes me
feel like I'm from the poor side of the family!  Is a "stiller" what I think
it is?  -- Dawn

? -- 1831

Research of Mary Louise Todd (the wife of Wilson Grant Todd, Robert Baer's
3rd cousin), resource: Deed Books of Augusta County, VA and Clark  County,
IN, and church record of Pisgah Presbyterian Church, Owen, IN.

JACOB BARE, SR.
of Augusta County, Virginia and Clark County, Indiana

     Jacob Bare, Sr. first appeared in Clark, Co, IN on September 19,  1818
when he purchased the east half of Section 34 [T2N R9] in the Illinois Grant
#58 from Robert Lucas Plasket and his wife Barbara.  In  that deed he was
called Jacob Bare of Augusta Co., Virginia.  The  following year he sold half
of this land to his two sons David and Jacob,  Jr.  It was described as going
from a large white oak, westerly crossing  the creek to a large black walnut,
including all water priviledges and  ground necessary for water works on the
margin of the creek, excepting two acres which which were conveyed to Michael
Gettner and Frederick  Raudenbeare for a church and school house.
     Jacob Bare, Sr. had very substantial holdings in Augusta County, VA,  at
this time--close to 2,000 acres--which called for the services of  three or
four men, half a dozen slaves and about a dozen horses.  The  first purchase
found was for a 260 acre tract in "Beverley Manor"  (a district in Augusta
County) acquired in 1791 from the heirs of William Wright.  His major holding
was  902 acres in three lots purchased from Jacob Kinney and wife Ann.  The
lots were located on the waters on the South River in the Shenandoah Valley.

    This must have been a beautiful location and one wonders why he  left it
to move to frontier Indiana and make a new start.  It is not  known when he
was born but as son Owen was born in Philadelphia in 1782,  he must have been
close to 60 at the time of his move to Indiana.  It  would appear that his
wife had already died and did not accompany him on  his westward journey.
His youngest son John remained in Virginia taking  care if Jacob Sr's
property there and eventually inheirting it.  John and  his wife Rebecca died
in Augusta County, as recored in the Bethel Church  Register in 1858 and 1852
respectively.
     The other children came to Indiana.  Owen, probably the oldest, left
Virginia first.  He was in Tennessee when his first son Jacob was born in
1809 and eventually settled in Clark County, with his wife Catherine
(?Pierce).  The family moved on to Jefferson County, IL near Woodlawn.
Henry Bare and his wife Catherine Fix settled in Jefferson County, IN.   Mary
Bare married in 1804 David Hatton and their son and two daughters  were
living in Clark County by 1853.
     Jacob Bare had died by October 10, 1831, when his heirs appointed
Jacob, Jr. as their attorney in the settlement of the estate in Indiana
including for acres in Illinois Grant #58 beginning at two beechtrees on  the
bank of Bull Creek...to a beech on the bank of the Ohio River, then  south to
a stake, etc...

[The Virgnia homestead is later described in his grandson Jacob M. Bare's
obituray as "on the banks of the South River 4 miles north of Greenville,
VA".  He was buried in the Calvary Methodist Church.]

Research by Helen Synder for Lloyd Bare of Rockford, IA:

                      ANALYSIS OF RECORDS ON JACOB BARE, SR.

     Jacob Bare, Sr., who died in Clark County, Indiana between  1826-1831,
and who left Augusta County, Virginia, circa 1823 is not to be  confused with
Jacob Bare of Rockingham County who married Anna Barbara  Miller.  Jacob Bare
of Rockingham, died in Rockingham....
     The earliest deed record for Jacob Bare, Sr. (listed as a "stiller"  in
the personal property tax lists until 1823), is found in Deed Book  1-A.,
page 35, August 16, 1791, when he bought land of hiers of William
Wright--260 acres.  The land was located on South River of the Shenandoah
between present day Greenville and Stuarts Draft.  Deed records show that
Jacob and Barbara Bare were still in Augusta County in 1823, when the  made a
deed to Geroge Crobarger for 173 acres on South River.   Apparently, Barbara
was deceased in 1826 when Jacob Sr., sold two lots of  land to his son, John
Bare ( who stayed in Augusta County) south River.   [Jacob] was deaceased
before 1831 when the heirs began selling theirs  interests in his land to
their brother and uncle, John Bare.

AUGUSTA COUNTY, VIRGINIA TAX LIST 1800:

Jacob Bare: # of males over 21: 1; # of horses: 1; # of number of tithable
slaves: 0

Even as late as 1800 most of what is now Indiana was recognized as Indian
territory.  The arrival of the colonists brought on a period of violence
between the settlers and the Indian inhabitants.  Friendly secessions from
white occupied areas began in the late 1700s.  The best known of the Indian
land transfers was the New Purchase of 1818 that opened the bulk of Indiana
to the whites

EARLY MILLS OF CLARK COUNTY, INDIANA:  By F.M. Carr

(Read before the Clark County Historical Society at a meeting Friday Dec. 02,
1903)

In covering the entire county, it will be necessary to make the sketches very
brief.  Many of the dates may not be authentic*, many old mills may be
omitted but to me "Tis like stirring living embers" to cronicle these useful
adjuncts of Clark County Indiana.

The McDaniel and Chitwood mill on the land now owned by the Goebel Brothers
was one of John Work's first mills.  These mills were on 14 Mile Creek in
Charlestown township near the Buffalo Lick branch of 14 Mile Creek is one of
the early land marks of the county.  John Denny erected an overshot mill and
for several years met the wants of the people.  Jacob Bare put up a horse
mill in early days in a district known as "Possum Trot" where he ground corn
for ten years, then he erected an overshot grist mill.

The Robison mill on the east fork of 14 Mile Creek near New Washington was
one of the earliest mills in the N.E. part of this county.  A mill was buildt
by David Bare in 1816* on Camp Creek and used for many years.  About 55 years
ago (1848) Charles Davis buildt below the Bare site -- the house is still
there.

"History of The Three Falls Cities..." 1882 Owen Township listing:

Germany, [Indiana] was laid out by Jacob Bear, Sr in 1829.  It has nineteen
lots and is crossed by two streets, Main and Main Cross  streets.  Both these
villages [Herculaneum     Germany] are now of little  consequence.  Bull Creek
with its high bluffs passes close by, and almost  makes one village out of
two--if villages they can be called.  Neither  has a blacksmith shop.
Germany has a grocery.  The main business of the station is to ferry people
across the river, as they come from New Market and Stricker's Corner.

These villages took their names from the German people who early made the
narrow bottoms their home.  Standing on the high banks of Bull Creek and
looking down in the valley which follows it, the places can hardly be called
either neighborhoods or hamlets.  They are just between the two, and will,
appartently, stay where they are for a number of years to come.

Letter from Mary Louise Todd:

The Clark County Library in Charlestown sent me pages from the Pisgah  Church
records.  It appears from the land deeds of Clark County that Jacob Bare, Sr.
who died there at some time in 1831 had given the Pisgah Congregation two
acres from his original purchase in the county.  I presume  that would be in
Owen Township but I have no proof.  The church continued  until about 1841
when there was a split in the membership.  Jacob Bare Jr  and wife Mary
joined the New Owen Creek Church.  Others in the  congregation moved to a new
site near the town of Bethlehem.

Reverend Al Elswick in Augusta County found that Jacob, Sr. used the
signature (BR) with the umlaut of the a [],  I am told that this would
give the pronunciation of the name as Bare as we would pronouce it.  I doubt
that he ever formally changed the spelling.  They weren't very  fussy about
it in those days.  When he pronouced it, it sounded like  "Bare" so that's
the way the clerk or tax collector or whoever wrote it.   Sometimes it was
spelled in the records as Bear.  To make our job harder,  there were several
other families of the same name in Augusta County so  it was a job to sort
them out.  However, the one we are interested in was  located on the South
River.  He had close to 2,000 acres and quite a  number of horses and quite a
few slaves who no doubt were occupied in the mill.  The old mill is pretty
well gone--no roof, a few walls etc.  It can still be identified.  John Bare

who was the one son who remained in Virginia, built a house nearby--ca
1840's, our researched thought--and  that is still there but no longer in the
possesion of the family, I believe.

Genealogy of Johannes Baer 1849-1910 (no relation as of yet):

Augusta County was settled primarily by the Scotch-Irish
in the early 1730s. Formed from Orange County, Augusta officially became a
county in 1738. The primary religion of the area was Presbyterian and the
early settlers lost no time in forming the Triple Forks of the Shenandoah
Congregation. The Tinkling Spring Meeting House, the simple log structure
shown at the right, was the first Presbyterian church in the Shenandoah

Valley.

U.S. HISTORY:

In 1800 Congress passed a land act encouraging the purchase of property at
low prices. In 1817 an acre of land in Indiana could be purchased for $2.00.
On March 2, 1821 Congress extended the time period settlers had  to pay on
land.
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About Jacob's son Owen and his wife Catherine Bare (same gedcom file) --
Information from:

History of Jefferson County, IL

Mt. Catherine Christian Church

The Mt. Catherine Christian Church, located four miles northwest of Woodlawn
in Casner Township, was amoung the first of the churches to be established in
this vicinity.  The exact date it was organized is not known.

This first additions which were recorded in the old church book were November
15, 1851.  There were four added at that time:  Owen Bare (born 4, 1782, died
June 15, 1865),  Catherine Bare, wife of Owen (born August 17, 1790, died
October 30, 1864), Elias Gaskins (born 1797, died April 20, 1881), and Mary A.
 Gaskins (born December 10, 1812, died May 11, 1895).  Two more were added in
1852: Anis and Elizabeth Troutt.  In 1853 two more came:  John Troutt and
Martha Williams.  In 1862 there were fifteen additions, in 1863 there were
twenty; and in 1865 there were thrity more additions, and the church grew
year by year.

These were pioneer families of this area and because of their love for the
Lord and their desire to have a church in the community in which they lived,
Mt. Catherine Christian Church had been established.

The first services held were in the home of Owen and Catherine Bare.  People
would come from miles around on foot, on horseback or any other mode of
travel of that day.  They would stay over the weekend, and Catherine would
prepare meals for them.  Though she had only a hearth on which to cook, she
would prepare food for as many as  thirty-five people on some occasions.

Later services were held for a while in a little log school house which stood
in the southwest corner of what is now the old cemetery.  The benches in this
school were made of split logs mounted on pegs or legs.  But as the church
grew there was a need for a church building, so a small house was built near
the present site.  This building was made out of hewn boards.

About the year 1886, the front part of the present building was erected on
the hill north of the present location, where the new cemetery is now.  Then
as the congregation grew there was a need to enlarge this building; so it was
moved to the present site and an annex added.  In 1951 this building was
again enlarged and a basement put under it.

The church was not always active, for there is a record of the church being
reorganized in 1886-the same year in which the building was erected north of
the present location.

The church was named for Catherine Bare.  She has many descendants named for
her in each generation, even to the present time.  Many of the members of the
church today are descendants of these two pioneer couples (the Bare and the
Gaskins)  whose names head the long list of members of the Mt. Catherine
Chirstian Chruch.  Owen and Catherine, Elias and Mary Gaskins are buried in
the adjioing cemetery, known as the "old cemetery" just a little south of the
church house.  Many have been laid to rest in this beloved spot.  The church
stands today, a place of worship, a beloved and cherished place in the hearts
of many people.

Dawn Bare - dawn_bare@myfamily.

         
         

Mary Harlan  mcharlan@skyenet.net
Hi... I enjoyed your visit so much today. Hopefully you will stop by again. I also enjoy visiting the cemeteries around. If you every need somebody to go with you and help out.... Let me know. Following information from the Andrews Riverside Cemetery burial lots sold which you were interested in.
         
         
PURCHASER LOT NO. AMOUNT
                    PAID
DATE
Lin Bare 284 PA (S.1/2) $30.00 9/29/1923
Harry   Opal Bare 280 PA (S.1/2) $ 200.00 6/17/1958
David F. Bare 61 PA $25.00 8/14/1911
Rev. John J. Bare 165 PA (N.1/2) $100.00 N/A
Norma Bair 74 space 2 PA $60.00 7/01/70

1880 Census of Indiana

BARE, Thomas    Self    <1804>    M       W       Bir: OH Cen: IN Marion  Pike
BARE, Isaac     Self    (1807)  M       W       Bir: PA Cen: IN StJose  Greene
BARE, Jacob     Self     1812)  M       W       Bir: VA Cen: IN Jeffer  Saluda
BARE, Joseph    Other    1812)  M       W       Bir: SWIT Cen: IN Marion Center
BARE, Ephram    Self     1815   M       W       Bir: VA Cen: IN Ripley  Jackson
BARE, George    Self     1817   M       W       Bir: PA Cen: IN Huntin  RockCreek
BARE, John      Self     1817   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Clark   Washington
BARE, Isaac A.  Self     1818   M       W       Bir: OH Cen: IN Huntin  Polk
BARE, Abraham   Self     1823   M       W       Bir: PA Cen: IN Lagran  VanBuren
BARE, Jacob P.  Self     1823   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Clark   Owen
BARE, Eli       Self     1824   M       W       Bir: OH Cen: IN Elkhar  Elkhart
BARE, Sam       Other    1825   M       W       Bir: OH Cen: IN Huntin  Huntington
BARE, Addison W. Self    1826   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Lawren  SpiceValle
BARE, John      Self     1827   M       W       Bir: OH Cen: IN White   Jackson
BARE, Peter     Self     1827   M       W       Bir: PA Cen: IN Hamilt  Noblesvill
BARE, William   Self     1829   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Sulliv  Jackson
BARE, Louis     Self     1830   M       W       Bir: GERM Cen: IN StJose Warren
BARE, George    Self     1833   M       W       Bir: PA Cen: IN Carrol  Adams
BARE, William   Self     1833   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Clark   Bethlehem
BARE, Conrad    Self     1834   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Allen   FortWayne
BARE, Ammous    Self     1839   M       W       Bir: PA Cen: IN Wayne   Cambridge
BARE, John P.   Self     1841   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Jeffer  Madison
BARE, Thompson  Self     1842   M       W       Bir: VA Cen: IN Ripley  Jackson
BARE, J. William Self    1843   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN StJose  Greene
BARE, William   Self     1844   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Blackf  Jackson
BARE, Charles G. Self    1845   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Hendri  Liberty
BARE, Edwin R. L. Self   1845   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Jeffer  Madison
BARE, Caleb W.  Self     1848   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Cass    Jefferson
BARE, Jacob H.  Son      1848   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Clark   Washington
BARE, John A.   Self     1848   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Clark   Owen
BARE, Edmond    Self     1849   M       W       Bir:    Cen: IN Huntin  Roanoke
BARE, Elias     Self     1849   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN White   Liberty
BARE, Louis     Son      1855   M       W       Bir: VA Cen: IN Ripley  Jackson
BARE, O. Jacob  Son      1856   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN StJose  Greene
BARE, John W.   Son      1857   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Clark   Bethlehem
BARE, John S.   Self     1857   M       W       Bir: PA Cen: IN Kosciu  Washington
BARE, Charles L. Son     1858   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Clark   Owen
BARE, John W.   Self     1858   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Jeffer  Saluda
BARE, John      Son      1859   M       W       Bir:    Cen: IN Hamilt  Noblesvill
BARE, Joseph L. Son      1859   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Sulliv  Jackson
BARE, Martin    Son      1859   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Huntin  RockCreek
BARE, Albert    Son      1860   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Elkhar  Elkhart
BARE, Isaac J.  Other    1860   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN White   Jackson
BARE, Louis     Son      1860   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Allen   FortWayne
BARE, William Frankling Son  1860  M    W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Ripley  Jackson
BARE, Ira S.    Son      1861   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Huntin  Polk
BARE, Joseph    Son      1861   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Dearbo  Lawrencebu
BARE, Michael   Son      1861   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Sulliv  Jackson
BARE, William A. Son     1861   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Lawren  SpiceValle
BARE, Cyrus H.  Son      1862   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Huntin  Polk
BARE, George    Son      1863   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Huntin  RockCreek
BARE, Henry E.  Son      1863   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Huntin  Polk
BARE, Peter     Son      1863   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Allen   FortWayne
BARE, Charles   Son      1864   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN StJose  Warren
BARE, William   GSon     1865   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Blackf  Jackson
BARE, William   Son      1865   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN StJose  Warren
BARE, D. Elma   Son      1866   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN StJose  Greene
BARE, Ira S.    Son      1866   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Sulliv  Jackson
BARE, Albert    Son      1868   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN White   Jackson
BARE, George L. Son      1868   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Carrol  Adams
BARE, Harry     Son      1868   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Elkhar  Elkhart
BARE, Henry     Son      1868   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Ripley  Jackson
BARE, Isaa L.   Son      1868   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Huntin  Polk
BARE, Ivan      Son      1868   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN StJose  Greene
BARE, John      Son      1868   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Allen   FortWayne
BARE, John      Son      1868   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN StJose  Warren
BARE, William   Son      1868   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Jeffer  Madison
BARE, Edwin     Son      1870   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN StJose  Greene
BARE, John      Son      1870   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Ripley  Jackson
BARE, Joseph    Son      1870   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Elkhar  Elkhart
BARE, Charles U. Son     1871   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Huntin  Polk
BARE, Edward    Son      1871   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN White   Jackson
BARE, Julius    Son      1871   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Dearbo  Lawrencebu
BARE, Charlie   Son      1872   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Carrol  Adams
BARE, David     Son      1872   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Jeffer  Madison
BARE, Frank     Son      1872   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Ripley  Jackson
BARE, James     GSon     1872   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Huntin  RockCreek
BARE, Myron     Son      1872   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN StJose  Greene
BARE, Frank     Son      1873   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Allen   FortWayne
BARE, George    Son      1873   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN StJose  Warren
BARE, Arthur    Son      1874   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Carrol  Adams
BARE, Charley   Son      1874   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Blackf  Jackson
BARE, David     Son      1874   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Lagran  Bloomfield
BARE, John      Son      1874   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Jeffer  Madison
BARE, Thomas B. Son      1874   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Lawren  SpiceValle
BARE, Edward O. GSon     1875   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Clark   Washington
BARE, George    Son      1875   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Sulliv  Jackson
BARE, Asher L.  Son      1876   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Blackf  Jackson
BARE, Harry     Son      1876   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Carrol  Adams
BARE, John W.   Son      1876   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN White   Liberty
BARE, William   Son      1876   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Ripley  Jackson
BARE, Edgar     Son      1877   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Clark   Owen
BARE, Graton    Son      1877   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Jeffer  Madison
BARE, Arthur    Son      1878   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Clark   Owen
BARE, Charles   Son      1878   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Lagran  Bloomfield
BARE, Edwin     Son      1879   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Jeffer  Madison
BARE, Oron      Son      1879   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Carrol  Adams
BARE,             Son      1880   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN Kosciu  Washington
BARE, J. John   Son      1880   M       W       Bir: IN Cen: IN StJose  Greene

         
         

1880 Census Place:      Polk, Huntington, Indiana
Source: FHL Film 1254285  National Archives Film T9-0285     Page 642B
           Relation           Sex     Marr    Race    Age     Birthplace
Isaac A. BARE   Self    M       M       W       62      OH
           Occ:    Farming Fa: PA  Mo: MD
Martha BARE     Wife    F       M       W       45      NC
           Occ:    House Keeping   Fa: NC  Mo: NC
Ira S. BARE     Son     M                 W       19      IN
           Occ:    Works On Farm   Fa: OH  Mo: NC
Cyrus H. BARE   Son     M                 W       18      IN
           Occ:    Works On Farm   Fa: OH  Mo: NC
Henry E. BARE   Son     M                 W       17      IN
           Occ:    Works On Farm   Fa: OH  Mo: NC
Zeina M. BARE   Dau     F                 W       14      IN
                            Fa: OH  Mo: NC
Isaa L. BARE    Son     M       S       W       12      IN
           Occ:    Does Farm Work  Fa: OH  Mo: NC
Minnie A. BARE  Dau     F       S       W       11      IN
                            Fa: OH  Mo: NC
Charles U. BARE Son     M       S       W       9       IN
                            Fa: OH  Mo: NC
Phebe BARE      Dau     F       S       W       7       IN
                            Fa: OH  Mo: NC
Rosa B. BARE    Dau     F       S       W       5       IN
                            Fa: OH  Mo: NC


Census Place:   Pike, Marion, Indiana
Source: FHL Film 1254294  National Archives Film T9-0294     Page 415A
           Relation           Sex     Marr    Race    Age     Birthplace
Thomas BARE     Self    M       M       W       76      OH
           Occ:    Farmer  Fa: IRELAND     Mo: IRE
Nancy BARE      Wife    F       M       W       73      OH
           Occ:    Keeping House   Fa: VA  Mo: VA


Census Place:   Greene, St. Joseph, Indiana
Source: FHL Film 1254309  National Archives Film T9-0309     Page 501C
           Relation           Sex     Marr    Race    Age     Birthplace
Isaac BARE      Self    M       M       W       73      PA
           Occ:    Farmer  Fa: PA  Mo: PA
Christena BARE  Wife    F       M       W       67      PA
           Occ:    Keeping House   Fa: PA  Mo: PA
E. Emily BARE   Dau     F       S       W       28      IN
           Occ:    At Home Fa: PA  Mo: PA
M. Sabina BARE  Dau     F       S       W       26      IN
           Occ:    At Home Fa: PA  Mo: PA
O. Jacob BARE   Son     M                 W       24      IN
           Occ:    Laborer Fa: PA  Mo: PA


Census Place:   Saluda, Jefferson, Indiana
Source: FHL Film 1254288  National Archives Film T9-0288     Page 264A
           Relation           Sex     Marr    Race    Age     Birthplace
Jacob BARE      Self    M       M       W       68      VA
           Occ:    Farmer  Fa: VA  Mo: VA
Amelia BARE     Wife    F       S       W       71      KY
           Occ:    Keeps House     Fa: KY  Mo: KY
Kate J. BARE    Dau     F       S       W       44      IN
           Occ:    Home    Fa: VA  Mo: KY


Census Place:   Center, Marion, Indiana
Source: FHL Film 1254294  National Archives Film T9-0294     Page 632A
           Relation           Sex     Marr    Race    Age     Birthplace
Henry HARMONING Self    M       M       W       28      IN
           Occ:    Huckster           Fa: PRUSSIA     Mo: PRUSSIA
Christena HARMONING     Wife    F       M       W       30      PRUSSIA
           Occ:    Keeping House   Fa: PRUSSIA     Mo: PRUSSIA
Henry HARMONING Son     M       S       W       5       IN
                            Fa: IN  Mo: PRUSSIA
Charles HARMONING       Son     M       S       W       4       IN
                            Fa: IN  Mo: PRUSSIA
Joseph BARE     Other   M       W       W       68      SWITZ
           Occ:    Common Laborer  Fa: SWITZ       Mo: SWITZ


Census Place:   Jackson, Ripley, Indiana
Source: FHL Film 1254307  National Archives Film T9-0307     Page 434C
           Relation           Sex     Marr    Race    Age     Birthplace
Ephram BARE     Self    M       M       W       65      VA
           Occ:    Farmer  Fa: VA  Mo: VA
Lean BARE       Wife    F       M       W       63      VA
           Occ:    Keeping House   Fa: VA  Mo: VA
Louis BARE      Son     M       S       W       25      VA
           Occ:    Farmer  Fa: VA  Mo: VA
William Frankling BARE  Son     M       S       W       20      IN
           Occ:    Farmer  Fa: VA  Mo: VA


Census Place:   Rock Creek, Huntington, Indiana
Source: FHL Film 1254285  National Archives Film T9-0285     Page 570A
           Relation           Sex     Marr    Race    Age     Birthplace
George BARE     Self    M       M       W       63      PA
           Occ:    Farmer  Fa: PA  Mo: PA
Catharine BARE  Wife    F       M       W       53      PA
           Occ:    Keeping House   Fa: PA  Mo: PA
Barbara BARE    Dau     F       S       W       27      IN
           Occ:    At Home Fa: PA  Mo: PA
Martin BARE     Son     M       S       W       21      IN
           Occ:    Farm Laborer    Fa: PA  Mo: PA
George BARE     Son     M       S       W       17      IN
           Occ:    At Home Fa: PA  Mo: PA
Clara BARE      Dau     F       S       W       14      IN
           Occ:    At Home Fa: PA  Mo: PA
Emma BARE       Dau     F       S       W       13      IN
                            Fa: PA  Mo: PA
James BARE      GSon    M       S       W       8       IN
                            Fa: IN  Mo: IN


Census Place:   Washington, Clark, Indiana
Source: FHL Film 1254269  National Archives Film T9-0269     Page 297B
           Relation           Sex     Marr    Race    Age     Birthplace
John BARE       Self    M       M       W       63      IN
           Occ:    Farmer  Fa: VA  Mo: VA
Jane BARE       Wife    F       M       W       67      IN
           Occ:    Keeping House   Fa: IN  Mo: IN
Jacob H. BARE   Son     M       M       W       32      IN
           Occ:    Farmer  Fa: IN  Mo: IN
Isabelle C. BARE           DauL    F       M       W       23      IN
           Occ:    Keeping House   Fa: IN  Mo: IN
Edward O. BARE  GSon    M       S       W       5       IN
                            Fa: IN  Mo: IN
Evaline A. BARE GDau    F       S       W       3       IN
                            Fa: IN  Mo: IN
Daisy E. BARE   GDau    F       S       W       5M      IN
                            Fa: IN  Mo: IN
Nancy E. HAMLIN Dau     F       W       W       27      IN
           Occ:    Home    Fa: IN  Mo: IN
Orman A. HAMLIN GSon    M       S       W       4M      IN
                            Fa: IN  Mo: IN


Census Place:   Van Buren, Lagrange, Indiana
Source: FHL Film 1254290  National Archives Film T9-0290     Page 304D
           Relation           Sex     Marr    Race    Age     Birthplace
Abraham BARE    Self    M       M       W       57      PA
           Occ:    Farmer  Fa: PA  Mo: PA
Mary Ann BARE   Wife    F       M       W       48      PA
           Occ:    Keeping House   Fa: PA  Mo: PA


Census Place:   District 33, Owen, Clark, Indiana
Source: FHL Film 1254269  National Archives Film T9-0269     Page 236A
           Relation           Sex     Marr    Race    Age     Birthplace
Jacob P. BARE   Self    M       M       W       57      IN
           Occ:    Farmer  Fa: VA  Mo: VA
Ann BARE           Wife    F       M       W       53      KY
           Occ:    Keep House      Fa: IRE Mo: PA
Charles L. BARE Son     M       S       W       22      IN
           Occ:    Farm Work       Fa: IN  Mo: KY
Lizzie BARE     Dau     F       S       W       18      IN
           Occ:    Home    Fa: IN  Mo: KY
Samuel WILLIS   Other   M       S       W       18      KY
           Occ:    Farm Labor      Fa: KY  Mo: KY


Census Place:   Elkhart, Elkhart, Indiana
Source: FHL Film 1254275  National Archives Film T9-0275     Page 486A
           Relation           Sex     Marr    Race    Age     Birthplace
Eli BARE           Self    M       M       W       56      OH
           Occ:    Carpenter       Fa: VA  Mo: VA
Eliza BARE      Wife    F       M       W       45      PA
           Occ:    Keeping House   Fa: PA  Mo: PA
Albert BARE     Son     M       S       W       20      IN
           Occ:    Works In Horn Factory   Fa: OH  Mo: PA
Emma BARE       Dau     F       S       W       16      IN
           Occ:    Works In Paper Mill     Fa: OH  Mo: PA
Harry BARE      Son     M       S       W       12      IN
           Occ:    At School       Fa: OH  Mo: PA
Joseph BARE     Son     M       S       W       10      IN
           Occ:    At School       Fa: OH  Mo: PA


Census Place:   Huntington, Huntington, Indiana
Source: FHL Film 1254285  National Archives Film T9-0285     Page 698A
           Relation           Sex     Marr    Race    Age     Birthplace
Continued from LEWIS LONG

Cyrus RICHARD   Other   M       S       W       26      OH
                            Fa: --- Mo: ---
Thomas CARRIGH  Other   M       W       W       53      IRE
                            Fa: --- Mo: ---
Sam BARE           Other   M       M       W       55      OH
                            Fa: --- Mo: ---
Frank THOMPSON  Other   M       S       W       8       IN
                            Fa: --- Mo: ---
Joseph YINGLING Other   M       W       W       70      GER
                            Fa: --- Mo: ---
Daniel BEBEE    Other   M       W       W       76      NY
                            Fa: --- Mo: ---
WISERT  Other   M       W       W       75      GER
                            Fa: --- Mo: ---
Catharine OVERDER       Other   F       W       W       77      PA
                            Fa: --- Mo: ---
Mary WIRE       Other   F       W       W       61      OH
                            Fa: --- Mo: ---
H. TROVINGER    Other   F       M       W       50      IN
                            Fa: --- Mo: ---
Josaphine GURLEY           Other   F       S       W       32      IN
                            Fa: --- Mo: ---
Adaline COOK    Other   F       S       W       25      IN
                            Fa: --- Mo: ---
Mary CASHMAN    Other   F       W       W       75      IRE
                            Fa: --- Mo: ---
E. BURNTHOUSE   Other   F       W       W       74      PA
                            Fa: --- Mo: ---
Rosa STARK      Other   F       W       W       39      IN
                            Fa: --- Mo: ---
Nelly GALES     Other   F       S       W       23      IN
                            Fa: --- Mo: ---
Elizabeth GALES Other   F       S       W       9M      IN
                            Fa: --- Mo: ---
Sarah BARE      Other   F                 W       50      OH
                            Fa: --- Mo: ---
Minnie BURTON   Other   F       S       W       3       IN
                            Fa: --- Mo: ---


Census Place:   Spice Valley, Lawrence, Indiana
Source: FHL Film 1254292  National Archives Film T9-0292     Page 468C
           Relation           Sex     Marr    Race    Age     Birthplace
Addison W. BARE Self    M       M       W       54      IN
           Occ:    Physician       Fa: VA  Mo: VA
Mary A. BARE    Wife    F       M       W       45      IN
           Occ:    Keeping House   Fa: VA  Mo: KY
William A. BARE Son     M       S       W       19      IN
           Occ:    Farmer  Fa: IN  Mo: IN
Nellie BARE     Dau     F       S       W       15      IN
                            Fa: IN  Mo: IN
Anna C. BARE    Dau     F       S       W       12      IN
                            Fa: IN  Mo: IN
Mary W. BARE    Dau     F       S       W       9       IN
                            Fa: IN  Mo: IN
Thomas B. BARE  Son     M       S       W       6       IN
                            Fa: IN  Mo: IN


Census Place:   Jackson, White, Indiana
sSource:           FHL Film 1254324  National Archives Film T9-0324     Page 241D
           Relation           Sex     Marr    Race    Age     Birthplace
John BARE       Self    M       M       W       53      OH
           Occ:    Farmer  Fa: VA  Mo: VA
Almeda D. BARE  Wife    F       M       W       40      OH
           Occ:    Keeping House   Fa: OH  Mo: OH
Isaac J. BARE   Other   M       S       W       20      IN
           Occ:    Works On Farm   Fa: OH  Mo: OH
Elizabeth J. BARE       Dau     F       S       W       17      IN
           Occ:    At Home Fa: OH  Mo: OH
Albert BARE     Son     M       S       W       12      IN
           Occ:    Works On Farm   Fa: OH  Mo: OH
Edward BARE     Son     M       S       W       9       IN
                            Fa: OH  Mo: OH
Kate BARE       Dau     F       S       W       2       IN
                            Fa: OH  Mo: OH
Carrie BARE     Dau     F       S       W       2       IN
                            Fa: OH  Mo: OH


Census Place:   Noblesville, Hamilton, Indiana
Source: FHL Film 1254281  National Archives Film T9-0281     Page 452A
           Relation           Sex     Marr    Race    Age     Birthplace
Peter BARE      Self    M       W       W       53      PENN
           Occ:    Cabinett Maker  Fa: PENN           Mo: PENN
Martha BARE     Dau     F       S       W       22      IND
           Occ:    Keeping House   Fa: PENN           Mo: OHIO
John BARE       Son     M       S       W       21      IND
           Occ:    Laborer Fa: PENN           Mo: OHIO
Emma BARE       Dau     F       S       W       20      IND
                            Fa: PENN           Mo: OHIO
Jennie BARE     Dau     F       S       W       18      IND
           Occ:    At School       Fa: PENN           Mo: OHIO
Mary BARE       Dau     F       S       W       13      IND
           Occ:    At School       Fa: PENN           Mo: IND


Census Place:   Jackson, Sullivan, Indiana
Source: FHL Film 1254312  National Archives Film T9-0312     Page 425D
           Relation           Sex     Marr    Race    Age     Birthplace
William BARE    Self    M       M       W       51      IN
           Occ:    Farmer  Fa: PA  Mo: TN
Pasa BARE       Wife    F       M       W       51      OH
           Occ:    Keeping House   Fa: CT  Mo: CT
Joseph L. BARE  Son     M       S       W       21      IN
           Occ:    Farm Laborer    Fa: IN  Mo: OH
Michael BARE    Son     M       S       W       19      IN
           Occ:    Farm Laborer    Fa: IN  Mo: OH
Mary E. BARE    Dau     F       S       W       16      IN
           Occ:    At Home Fa: IN  Mo: OH
Ira S. BARE     Son     M       S       W       14      IN
           Occ:    At Home Fa: IN  Mo: OH
Martha BARE     Dau     F       S       W       9       IN
                            Fa: IN  Mo: OH
George BARE     Son     M       S       W       5       IN
                            Fa: IN  Mo: OH
Elizabeth BARE  Mother  F       W       W       71      TN
           Occ:    At Home Fa: SC  Mo: SC


Census Place:   Warren, St. Joseph, Indiana
Source: FHL Film 1254309  National Archives Film T9-0309     Page 493D
           Relation           Sex     Marr    Race    Age     Birthplace
Louis BARE      Self    M       M       W       50      GERMANY
           Occ:    Farmer  Fa: GERMANY     Mo: GERMANY
Mary BARE       Wife    F       M       W       40      IN
           Occ:    Keeping House   Fa: PA  Mo: PA
Charles BARE    Son     M       S       W       16      IN
           Occ:    Farm Labor      Fa: GERMANY     Mo: IN
William BARE    Son     M       S       W       15      IN
           Occ:    Farm Labor      Fa: GERMANY     Mo: IN
Hattie BARE     Dau     F       S       W       13      IN
           Occ:    At Home Fa: GERMANY     Mo: IN
John BARE       Son     M       S       W       12      IN
           Occ:    Farm Labor      Fa: GERMANY     Mo: IN
George BARE     Son     M       S       W       7       IN
                            Fa: GERMANY     Mo: IN
Gracy BARE      Dau     F       S       W       5       IN
                            Fa: GERMANY     Mo: IN
Gerty BARE      Dau     F       S       W       5       IN
                            Fa: GERMANY     Mo: IN


Census Place:   Adams, Carroll, Indiana
Source: FHL Film 1254267  National Archives Film T9-0267     Page 16D
           Relation           Sex     Marr    Race    Age     Birthplace
George BARE     Self    M       M       W       47      PA
           Occ:    Farmer  Fa: PA  Mo: PA
Margaret BARE   Wife    F       M       W       45      IN
           Occ:    Housekeeping    Fa: VA  Mo: VA
Flora BARE      Dau     F       S       W       18      IN
           Occ:    At Home Fa: PA  Mo: IN
George L. BARE  Son     M       S       W       12      IN
           Occ:    Farmwork           Fa: PA  Mo: IN
Charlie BARE    Son     M       S       W       8       IN
                            Fa: PA  Mo: IN
Arthur BARE     Son     M       S       W       6       IN
                            Fa: PA  Mo: IN
Harry BARE      Son     M       S       W       4       IN
                            Fa: PA  Mo: IN
Oron BARE       Son     M       S       W       9M      IN
                            Fa: PA  Mo: IN


Census Place:   Bethlehem, Clark, Indiana
Source: FHL Film 1254269  National Archives Film T9-0269     Page 5A
           Relation           Sex     Marr    Race    Age     Birthplace
William BARE    Self    M       M       W       47      IN
           Occ:    Farmer  Fa: VA  Mo: KY
Elizabeth D. BARE       Wife    F       M       W       46      KY
           Occ:    Keeps House     Fa: VA  Mo: VA
John W. BARE    Son     M       S       W       23      IN
           Occ:    Farmer  Fa: IN  Mo: KY
Ella B. BARE    Dau     F       S       W       18      IN
                            Fa: IN  Mo: KY
Laura A. BARE   Dau     F       S       W       15      IN
                            Fa: IN  Mo: KY
Amelia C. BARE  Dau     F       S       W       13      IN
                            Fa: IN  Mo: KY


Census Place:   Fort Wayne, Allen, Indiana
Source: FHL Film 1254265  National Archives Film T9-0265     Page 500A
           Relation           Sex     Marr    Race    Age     Birthplace
Conrad BARE     Self    M       M       W       46      IN
           Occ:    Machinist       Fa: BAVARIA     Mo: BAVARIA
Christena BARE  Wife    F       M       W       42      IN
           Occ:    Keeps House     Fa: BAVARIA     Mo: BAVARIA
Louis BARE      Son     M       S       W       20      IN
           Occ:    Moulder Fa: IN  Mo: IN
Lena BARE       Dau     F       S       W       18      IN
           Occ:    Dress Maker     Fa: IN  Mo: IN
Peter BARE      Son     M       S       W       17      IN
           Occ:    Laborer Fa: IN  Mo: IN
Matilda BARE    Dau     F       S       W       14      IN
           Occ:    School  Fa: IN  Mo: IN
John BARE       Son     M       S       W       12      IN
           Occ:    School  Fa: IN  Mo: IN
Frank BARE      Son     M       S       W       7       IN
           Occ:    School  Fa: IN  Mo: IN
Christina BARE  Dau     F       S       W       5       IN
                            Fa: IN  Mo: IN
Elizabeth BARE  Dau     F       S       W       3       IN
                            Fa: IN  Mo: IN
Anna BARE       Dau     F       S       W       4M      IN
                            Fa: IN  Mo: IN


Census Place:   Cambridge, Wayne, Indiana
Source: FHL Film 1254322  National Archives Film T9-0322     Page 188B
           Relation           Sex     Marr    Race    Age     Birthplace
Ammous BARE     Self    M       M       W       41      PA
           Occ:    Carpenter       Fa: PA  Mo: PA
Susan BARE      Wife    F       M       W       40      OH
           Occ:    House Keeper    Fa: KY  Mo: KY
Dine HAMILTON   SDau    F       S       W       19      IRELAND
           Occ:    Seamstress      Fa: IRELAND     Mo: OH
Gertrude HAMILTON       SDau    F       S       W       17      IN
           Occ:    At School       Fa: IN  Mo: OH
John M. ADAMS   Brother M       S       W       32      KY
           Occ:    Invalid Fa: KY  Mo: KY
Thomas ADAMS    Brother M       S       W       21      KY
           Occ:    Laborer Fa: KY  Mo: KY
Wesley ADAMS    Brother M       S       W       19      KY
           Occ:    Laborer Fa: KY  Mo: KY
Milton ADAMS    Brother M       S       W       14      KY
           Occ:    Laborer Fa: KY  Mo: KY
Payton ADAMS    Brother M       S       W       12      KY
           Occ:    Laborer Fa: KY  Mo: KY


Census Place:   Madison, Jefferson, Indiana
Source: FHL Film 1254287  National Archives Film T9-0287     Page 101C
           Relation           Sex     Marr    Race    Age     Birthplace
John P. BARE    Self    M       M       W       39      IN
           Occ:    Farmer  Fa: VA  Mo: KY
Marietta BARE   Wife    F       M       W       32      IN
           Occ:    Keeping House   Fa: NY  Mo: OH
William BARE    Son     M       S       W       12      IN
           Occ:    At Home Fa: IN  Mo: IN
Martha BARE     Dau     F       S       W       11      IN
           Occ:    At Home Fa: IN  Mo: IN
David BARE      Son     M       S       W       8       IN
           Occ:    At Home Fa: IN  Mo: IN
John BARE       Son     M       S       W       6       IN
           Occ:    At Home Fa: IN  Mo: IN
Emma BARE       Dau     F       S       W       5       IN
           Occ:    At Home Fa: IN  Mo: IN
Sallie BARE     Dau     F       S       W       1       IN
           Occ:    At Home Fa: IN  Mo: IN


Census Place:   Jackson, Ripley, Indiana
Source: FHL Film 1254307  National Archives Film T9-0307     Page 435A
           Relation           Sex     Marr    Race    Age     Birthplace
Thompson BARE   Self    M       M       W       38      VA
           Occ:    Trader  Fa: VA  Mo: VA
Ellen BARE      Wife    F       M       W       32      IN
           Occ:    Keeping House   Fa: NJ  Mo: PA
Henry BARE      Son     M       S       W       12      IN
           Occ:    At Home Fa: VA  Mo: IN
John BARE       Son     M       S       W       10      IN
                            Fa: VA  Mo: IN
Frank BARE      Son     M       S       W       8       IN
                            Fa: VA  Mo: IN
Effie BARE      Dau     F       S       W       6       IN
                            Fa: VA  Mo: IN
William BARE    Son     M       S       W       4       IN
                            Fa: VA  Mo: IN


Census Place:   Greene, St. Joseph, Indiana
Source: FHL Film 1254309  National Archives Film T9-0309     Page 501C
           Relation           Sex     Marr    Race    Age     Birthplace
J. William BARE Self    M       M       W       37      IN
           Occ:    Farmer  Fa: PA  Mo: PA
J. Elizabeth BARE       Wife    F       M       W       36      OH
           Occ:    Keeping House   Fa: PA  Mo: PA
D. Elma BARE    Son     M                 W       14      IN
           Occ:    Laborer Fa: IN  Mo: OH
Ivan BARE       Son     M       S       W       12      IN
                            Fa: IN  Mo: OH
Edwin BARE      Son     M       S       W       10      IN
                            Fa: IN  Mo: OH
Myron BARE      Son     M       S       W       8       IN
                            Fa: IN  Mo: OH
Inez BARE       Dau     F       S       W       4       IN
                            Fa: IN  Mo: OH
Elizabeth BARE  Dau     F       S       W       2       IN
                            Fa: IN  Mo: OH
J. John BARE    Son     M       S       W       2M      IN
                            Fa: IN  Mo: OH

Census Place:   Jackson, Blackford, Indiana
Source: FHL Film 1254266  National Archives Film T9-0266     Page 428C
           Relation           Sex     Marr    Race    Age     Birthplace
William BARE    Self    M       M       W       36      IN
           Occ:    Farmer  Fa: PA  Mo: OH
Maria BARE      Wife    F       M       W       26      OH
           Occ:    Keeping House   Fa: VA  Mo: PA
Charley BARE    Son     M       S       W       6       IN
                            Fa: IN  Mo: OH
Asher L. BARE   Son     M       S       W       4       IN
           Occ:    In      Fa: IN  Mo: OH


Census Place:   Liberty, Hendricks, Indiana
Source: FHL Film 1254283  National Archives Film T9-0283     Page 598D
           Relation           Sex     Marr    Race    Age     Birthplace
Charles G. BARE Self    M       M       W       35      IN
           Occ:    Farmer  Fa: VA  Mo: KY
Lydia A. BARE   Wife    F       M       W       33      IN
           Occ:    Keeping House   Fa: --- Mo: ---


Census Place:   Madison, Jefferson, Indiana
Source: FHL Film 1254287  National Archives Film T9-0287     Page 179C
           Relation           Sex     Marr    Race    Age     Birthplace
Edwin R. L. BARE           Self    M       M       W       35      IN
           Occ:    Clerk In Store  Fa: IN  Mo: IN
Marilla BARE    Wife    F       M       W       24      IN
           Occ:    Keeping House   Fa: IRE Mo: IN
Graton BARE     Son     M       S       W       3       IN
                            Fa: IN  Mo: IN
Edwin BARE      Son     M       S       W       7M      IN
                            Fa: IN  Mo: IN

Census Place:   Jefferson, Cass, Indiana
Source: FHL Film 1254268  National Archives Film T9-0268     Page 387D
           Relation           Sex     Marr    Race    Age     Birthplace
Caleb W. BARE   Self    M       M       W       32      IN
           Occ:    Farmer  Fa: VA  Mo: IN
Nancy BARE      Wife    F       M       W       27      IN
           Occ:    Keeping House   Fa: OH  Mo: OH
Clary E. BARE   Dau     F       S       W       3       IN
           Occ:    At Home Fa: IN  Mo: IN
John W. HUNTER  Other   M                 W       14      IN
           Occ:    Works On Farm   Fa: VA  Mo: VA


Census Place:   District 33, Owen, Clark, Indiana
Source: FHL Film 1254269  National Archives Film T9-0269     Page 238B
           Relation           Sex     Marr    Race    Age     Birthplace
John A. BARE    Self    M       M       W       32      IN
           Occ:    Farmer  Fa: IN  Mo: KY
Adelia BARE     Wife    F       M       W       31      IN
           Occ:    Keep House      Fa: KY  Mo: VA
Edgar BARE      Son     M       S       W       3       IN
                            Fa: IN  Mo: IN
Arthur BARE     Son     M       S       W       2       IN
                            Fa: IN  Mo: IN
Anna BARE       Dau     F       S       W       1       IN
                            Fa: IN  Mo: IN
William GILTNER Other   M       S       W       51      IN
           Occ:    Farmer  Fa: PA  Mo: KY


Census Place:   Roanoke, Huntington, Indiana
Source: FHL Film 1254285  National Archives Film T9-0285     Page 546D
           Relation           Sex     Marr    Race    Age     Birthplace
Edmond BARE     Self    M       M       W       31      ---
           Occ:    Teamster           Fa: --- Mo: ---
Anna BARE       Wife    F       M       W       22      IN
           Occ:    Keeping House   Fa: NY  Mo: OH


Census Place:   Liberty, White, Indiana
Source: FHL Film 1254324  National Archives Film T9-0324     Page 223C
           Relation           Sex     Marr    Race    Age     Birthplace
Elias BARE      Self    M       M       W       31      IN
           Occ:    Farmer  Fa: VA  Mo: OH
Indiana BARE    Wife    F       M       W       24      IN
           Occ:    Keeping House   Fa: PA  Mo: PA
John W. BARE    Son     M       S       W       4       IN
                            Fa: IN  Mo: IN
Annie BRUSIE    SisterL F       W       W       27      IN
                            Fa: VA  Mo: PA
Maud BRUSIE     Dau     F       S       W       2       IN
                            Fa: NY  Mo: PA



Census Place:   Jackson, Blackford, Indiana
Source: FHL Film 1254266  National Archives Film T9-0266     Page 423B
           Relation           Sex     Marr    Race    Age     Birthplace
Simon MARKEL    Self    M       M       W       60      PA
           Occ:    Farmer  Fa: PA  Mo: PA
Eve MARKEL      Wife    F       M       W       70      PA
           Occ:    Keeping House   Fa: PA  Mo: PA
William BARE    GSon    M       S       W       15      IN
           Occ:    Works On Farm   Fa: IN  Mo: PA
Mary E. ISENHART           GDau    F       S       W       12      IN
                            Fa: IN  Mo: PA
John H. ISENHART           GSon    M       S       W       11      IN
           Occ:    Works On Farm   Fa: IN  Mo: PA.

         
         

Dawn_Bare@myfamily.com

Dear Donald,

As promised, here are some recent discoveries Ive made after a trip to both southwest Ohio
and Allen County Public Library:

Census and Tax Record Indexes, Preble County District Library Ohio Room
Recorded by Dawn Bare, June 27, 2001

Index to Ohio Tax Lists 1800-1810 (Jackson, Ronald V.) --
1806 Bare, Jacob, Warren Co, No Twp, p2
1809 Bare, Jacob, Warren Co, Turtlecreek Twp, p1
1810 Bear, Jacob, Warren Co, Turtlecreek Twp, p38
1807-1810 Bare, John, Fairfield Co, pp 3-4 no twp listed

1809 Wintroad, Peter, Warren Co, Turtlecreek Twp, p11
1810 Wintrode, Henry, Columbiana Co, p 26
1810 Winterrode, Henry, Columbiana Co, p 59

1806 Robertson, David, Warren Co, no twp listed, p 15
1806 Robertson, David Jr, Warren Co, no twp listed, p 15
1806 Robertson, Ezra, Warren Co, no twp listed, p15
1806 Robertson, John, Warren Co, no twp listed, p 15, p 16
1806 Robertson, Joseph, Warren Co, No twp listed, p 16
1810 Robertson John H., Warren Co, Franklin Twp, p33
1810 Robertson John S., Warren Co, Franklin Twp, p 33
1810 Robertson John T., Warren Co, Franklin Twp, p33
1810 Robertson, Robert Jr, Warren Co, Franklin twp, p33
1810 Robertson, Robert Sr., Warren Co, Franklin twp, p33


1810 Tax Duplicates --

Bear, Jacob    -    50 acres Survey range 3 twp 5 sect 22 Warren Co, 
                        Turtle Creek Twp, 32 cents 5 mils.
Winterrode, Henry - 480 acres range 4 twp 16 sect 8 Columbiana Co,  $4.80


1820:
Isaac Bare, p 154A Montgomery Co, German Twp
Jacob Bare, p 122, Monroe Co, Ohio Twp
Jacob Bare, p 100A, Preble Co, Twin Twp
Jacob Bare, p 177, Pickaway Co, Jac* Twp
Peter Bear, p 137A, Montgomery Co, Washington Twp

1825 Tax Duplicates --
Wintrow, Adam, Warren Co, A47

1830:
4 Jacob Bares:  Columbiana, Monroe, Morgan, Seneca Counties
John Bears: p 382 Preble Co, Lanier Twp ** Bears, not Bear **
Henry Bear, p 389, Preble Co, Twin Twp
William Bear, p. 390, Preble Co, Twin Twp

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Land Records from the Warren County Courthouse Records Room, Justice Dr, Lebanon, OH; Beth Deckard, Warren County Recorder (and the person you will want to talk to. Don't get involved with other helpful people, they mean well, but) When I naively put one deedbook back on the shelf and it was whisked away by someone who I found out later was keeping it for a couple of weeks so Dayton could make a copy, Beth offered to copy the deed I wanted from it for free and send it to me. And she did I didn't even have to remind her.

Index --
Vol. 1, p 408 - from Jacob D. Lowe to Bare, Jacob -- Jacob Lowe was a well regarded Judge and land speculator who hosted Henry Clay during his stay in Lebanon -- Jan 29, 1807, $165 for "land lying and being in the Southwest corner of Section No. 22 in the fifth Township in the third or Military range Between the two Miamis bound as follows: on the South by the Section line on the west by the Section line on the north by John Brates Land and to extend so far east as to include 51 acres and three quarters of an acre measure with right angles lying and being in the County of Warren and State of Ohio TO HAVE AND TO HOLD the said premises with all and Singular the appurtenances there unto Belonging or in any wise appertaining to the only proper use benefit and Behalf of him the s'd Jacob Bare and his heirs and assigns forever...Signed sealed and Delivered in presence of Andrew Lytle, William Dukson, Jacob D. Lowe, Martha Lowe" (Andrew Lytle was a Justice of the Peace in Deerfield, Twp)

Reply from Director of Warren County Museum (Mrs. Wm. Mason Phillips) to letter from Howard R. Bair of Nyssa, OR, May 19 1966

"In reply to yours of May 12th addressed to Probate Court, we did locate an advertisement for the sale of land in 'The Western Star' newspaper of June 28, 1816 as follows:

(The following is directly from microfilm of the newspaper, copied by Dawn Bare in June 2001)

FOR SALE, 125 Acres of LAND, about 3 miles from Lebanon and 1 1/2 miles from Stubb's mill and the same distance northeast of Deerfield, on which are 30 acres of cleared ground under good fence, 2 good hewed log houses, one 15 by 20 feet, the other 15 by 18, a young apple and peach orchard with a good sugar camp. It is deemed unnecessary to say more, as those wishing to purchase will first view the Land -- apply to JACOB BARE. June 27, 1816.

A deed for this land was recorded June 6, 1815 and sold to Moses McIlvain for $300. It was signed by Jacob Bare and Mary (her mark) (Dawn's note -- Vol. 5, p 192 of Warren County deedbooks).

We have no way to locate the parents or the children of Jacob Bare. Nothing is given on the 1810 tax list but the name of person taxed."

NOTE Mrs. Phillips is a descendant of Peter Winterode and authored a genealogy column for the local Lebanon `. In one she published a photograph of Granny Mary Clayton Wintro (wife of Adam Wintro, who in turn is brother to Mary Wintrode.)

Vol. 7 p 495 - from Jacob Bare to Andrew Lytle, Jan 24 1818, $54, "part of the NW quarter of sect no 26 Twp no 5 in the third or military range...8 acres and 10 square poles"

Vol. 7 p 434 - from Jacob Bare to Simon Hagerman, Jan 24, 1818, $1000, Range 3 NW quarter section 26, twp 5, 113 acres, "Beginning at the NW Corner of said quarter section, running thence South one hundred sixty poles to the NW corner of a strip of land conveyed to Andrew Lytle, thence East sixty(?) poles to the SW corner of Adam Wintroad's fifty acre lot thence north eighty poles to the NW corner of said 50 acre lot thence East 100 poles to the NE corner of said 50 acre lot thence East to the division line of said section of the NE corner of a 3-acre lot conveyed to said Wintroad thence north 80 poles to the North line of said section thence west 165(?) poles to the beginning containing 113 acres Together..."

Vol. 7 p 603 - from Jacob Bare to Adam Wintroad, Jan 24 1818, $224, "two tracts...of land lying...and being a part of the northwest quarter of Section 26 of Township Five in Range three of the third entire range between the Miami River the one tract...containing 50 acres...the other tract...containing three acres..."

So, sometime before January 1807 Jacob bought land in Turtlecreek Twp, Warren Co, and by 1815 he was starting to sell it off.

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To:Dawn Bare <delaineb@netscape.net>
f From: Merle C Rummel <cliffr@infocom.com>
Subject: Re: Jacob and Mary Bare
The name Bare/Bear -is known down in the Warren Co/Clermont Co area. I haven't checked the records at Lebanon OH (one of my future projects for several families), but South Lebanon is right on the old Indian Trail from the Bullskin, which passes right through the Obannon Church community, with the Wenteroth/Bare family being one of the most northerly of the several Brethren families who had land along it. The Bowmans lived in that same area -but we have found no land records yet. South Lebanon is just off OH48, south of Lebanon OH, and just south of the Little Miami River. The town is at the edge of the river bottom lands, as the roads go up the hill. You mention that your information is from a cousin --have you seen the book on the Wenteroth Family -by Vern A Carpenter? This is probably the source of your cousin's information -since you gave information almost word for word. I copied some information out of it today -on Peter Wenteroth, and his children. Peter is buried at the Snook Cemetery in So Lebanon, but was originally buried in an older cemetery a close distance south -corner of the old school grounds there (the grave markers were moved -but probably no reinterment of the bodies). Peter Wenteroth came from Frederick Co MD, it said: "8 miles NW of Frederick MD". I didn't pursue it enough to check: but that would put him way back on eastern the slopes of the Blue Ridge Mountains (more north of Frederick), or more likely, in Middletown Valley, across the Blue Ridge. The book says that Jacob and Mary are both buried at the Hart Farm Cemetery. I did go back to the location of Elder John Hart's farm. It is about 4 miles north of West Alexandria OH, about 1 1/2 miles west of OH 503. I was told that the Cemetery was north of the farm proper, in a woods, on a small hill just south of Prices Creek. The stones are badly damaged and unreadable. The county historians only know who is buried there -by names that have been given to them. Since Prices Creek flows into Twin Creek just east of 503, that would put it near the "mouth" of Prices Creek, not near the "head" of Prices Creek, as the book says (the Prices Creek church is much nearer the head of the stream -being southwest of West Manchester). Prices Creek heads up just south of the town of Eldorado. (I was pastor of the Prices Creek Church of the Brethren for a while.) The Jacob Bare farm was on Jordan Road (east side of Twin Creek) -Henry Bare lived there also. The house was torn down a few years ago -a brick two story house -so it probably was built by Henry, rather than his parents. A renter had ruined the inside -torn off all the nice old trim boards -and burned them (for heat!). Have you made contact with other Bare researchers? There was quite an exchange on the family name -a few months ago. Here's one recent mail: kboldt@metro.net : Christian Bare died 7/25/1853 Greensburg Township, Putnam County, Ohio {checked, DB} Merle C Rummel Church Historian --------------------------

last week of June, 2001 --

Our kids played basketball in the old cemetery site by the school in South Lebanon and then we visited Deerfield (Snook) Cemetery and took photos of the reinterred graves. A shocking discovery was that Adam Wintrows Italian marble stone which he paid $45 for (see Warren Co Historical Museum, Wintrode family file) was broken in half and placed 10 stones apart from each other (the top half placed upside down, to boot).

Driving northwest through German Twp, Montgomery County (an historical must-see in its own right) we took a diagonal road (Germantown Rd.) to Twin Twp, Preble County, imagining it to be the trail our ancestors used. Audrey Gilbert, Preble County genealogist, lent some credibility to that diagonal roads were seldom laid out by town planners but were often paved versions of old trails. Though her hours are limited, Mrs Gilbert knows her Preble County families, and was able to recite exactly where Jacob Henrys place was, and who had bought it (name of Vogue). Though the library was being renovated and she was shoved into a back corner, she generously retrieved book after book, and gave me for free a copy of West Alexandrias 150th year book.

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Much was written about West Alexandria Ohio pioneer John Bear (Bare) in the village's SesquiCentennial Book 1836-1986. There are actually at least two John Bares; the elder was Jacob and Mary Wintrode Bare's son (1807-1891), and the other one referred to here was Jacob and Mary's grandson (1840-Dec 31 1897), son of Henry and Mary Ann Foreman Bare.

p. 4 : In 1832 and again in 1833, he bought town lots from Henry Keisling.

p. 31: In 1845 he bought 70 acres from John Keisling and Charles Oswalt. He built a house for himself (33 Main) which is still occupied. The "acreage included the finest grove of sugar trees in the county. Although he had sold small pieces off for the school, railroad and several other lots, 57 acres of the farm were left at his death and sold to George W. Copp by her heirs April 5, 1893.

John built a house in 1846 and since he was a brickmason, no doubt built it himself. It is also probable the bricks were made on the farm.

Since 1958, the house has been owned by Tyler and Grace Davis. They have made some changes, including bricking up one of the front doors. (photo included)"

p. 26: "John Bare was born October 14, 1807 died April 6 1891. He was a farmer, cooper and brickmason. A number of the brick structures in the village were built by him including the base of the old town watertower (photo included -- his "last project" built in 1887 and torn down in 1961. In the description of the water tower, the writer tells us that he died in 1898 -- that is actually very near the death date of the younger John, who may have helped his uncle. An obituary of the younger John gave him the credit for building many structures in the town, including the water tower:

"John Bare died this week. He was one of our most energetic and industrious citizens. He was a mason and contractor and the standpipe of our water works plant was his last work, which has been pronounced by judges as the finest piece of masonry they ever saw and will stand as a monument to his memory." -- Eaton Register, Jan 6 1898, from a compilation by Audrey Gilbert of the W.A. Archive.)

More on the Elder John from the SesquiCentennial book: "He was responsible for laying off a number of lots in the northeast section of the village. Along with a number of homes, he sold land for the School, the railroad, the watertower and the First Brethren Church, of which he was a member."

p. 47: "One of the former businesses which had the most effect on the life and times of the village was the electric railroad, known for most of its years as the Dayton and Western. John Bare and Mr. Minton received the contract for the powerhouse at the traction line. It will require 90,000 bricks. The road was built by Dr. J.E. Lowes, J.E. Feight and H.J. Kiefaber. They began in 1897 and the first car arrived in West Alexandria June 9 1898...these cars traveled at speeds up to sixty miles an hour and many cars, wagons and people were involved in accidents...A force of men began tearing down the old powerhouse and the two big smoke stacks in June of 1922. The brick was to be used in a new school house at New Lebanon (Dixie).. Notice that the D and W was to be abandoned was made in November 1935 and operations had ceased by 1937."

p. 20: "Then Henry Keisling donated land for a one room brick school located on lot 57 Nov 28, 1834. This lot was sold by Goerge Sowers in 1844 so the larger brick school which is still standing on lot 51 must have been built by then. The new school had two rooms...To read we stood erect, held the book in the left hand with the right arm extended rigidly toward the floor. Sums were done on slates. John Bare's sugar camp was behind the school and during the season the scholars filled themselves with sugar water during recess."

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General Index of Miami Valley Pioneers

Montgomery Co - Bear, Isaac will recorded Mar 1 1825; wife Elizabeth, children Henry, David, Mary, Sarah, Susannah
                    - Brower, John Sr d 1813, wife Magdalena d IN Sep 3 1845, issue: Abraham settled in Montgomery Co in 1805; Jacob in Indiana 1837; John Jr Elder in GerBaptist Church d in Preble County 4/27/1863 -- first "Dunkard" church in West Alexandria Ohio was the Brower Church

Preble Co - Bare, Henry and John

                    - Henry b PA 8-25-03 d 8-25-85 Preble Co, m 12-21-26 Mary Fourman (1810-1902) issue 15 children, buried Sugar Hill Cemetery, son Henry Jr d 2/5/75 age 38 yrs
                              John d. 4-6-91 age 83 yr, wife Elizabeth d. Sept 22 1887 63 yrs. All buried old Lutheran church yard, West Alexandria (stones no longer there as of 6/27/01, and no record of their having been moved in the West Alexandria archive)

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We visited a few cemeteries in the West Alexandria area and photographed stones for Henry Mary Foreman Bare, their son Henry, David Ware and Margaret (Peggy) Bare (all of the aforementioned at Sugar Hill), and John and Hestor Saylor Bare (Fairview). We looked for the elder Johns grave at the Lutheran churchyard in town but his stone was gone. And, of course, we trekked to the intersection of Price and Twin Creeks, twice, before and after talking with Audrey who gave us a map and redirected us, but, in keeping with her warnings, found no evidence of John Harts cemetery remaining. So Jacob and Mary Wintrode Bares stones are no more. A guy at the Preble County District Library told me about a family who used gravestones to pave their patio; given the condition of Peter Winterodes stone at Snook, I doubt we would have been able to identify anything anyway.

The letter to Hazel Phillips in 1966 from Howard Bair of Nyssa Oregon stated in part: This Jacob was born Apr 1767 perhaps Penn. settled in Warren Co Ohio by 1803 married Mary Wintrode (Variant spellings) born 4 Jan 1775, Pa or Md. They had the following known children
          Isaac born about 1800 perhaps Pa
          Henry W 25 Aug 1803 Lebanon Warren Oh
          Peter about 1805 Lebanon Warren Oh
          John H 14 Oct 1807 Lebanon Warren Oh


There are 9 children, these are all that I know, I think they also had a Jacob, perhaps a William, and perhaps some daughters

An IGI record lists Isaac, son of Jacob Mary Wintrode Bare, born and died in 1801. Given the naming conventions for Germans back then, if this is true then Isaac would most likely be Jacobs fathers given name.

Pursuing the possible clue given by the 1790 Census for York County Pennsylvania, I sent their courthouse for deed listings for Isaac or Jacob. There were no Isaacs before 1878. But there were quite a few Jacobs.
York County Pennsylvania Grantor Grantee Index Search for Isaac and Jacob Bare
Date of Record Before 1805
         

GRANTEE           GRANTOR              Where Rec.  Date of Rec. LOCATION
Bare, John al   Daniel Ashleman            A 241   Oct  9 1757  York Co PA
Bear, Jacob     John Spencely              A 329   Mar 19 1759  York Twp
Bare, John      Henry Bare al              B 150   Sep 21 1763  Windsor Twp
Behr, John      John Cox                   F 514   Feb  8 1776  Newberry Twp
Bear, Jacob     John Dentzel or Densil   2 C 54    May 22 1784  Newberry Twp
Bear, John                               2 C 90    Jul 22 1784  Newberry Twp
Bear, John      Jesse Hayes ux           2 C 92    Jul 22 1784  Newberry Twp
Bear, Jacob     Conrad Cooks al          2 C 265   Apr 22 1785  Newberry Twp
Bear, John      Jesse Hays ux            2 C 528   Dec  3 1785  Newberry Twp
Bear, Jacob     Geo Strein               2 D 324   Nov  1 1786  Newberry Twp
Bear, Jacob     Christian Reiff or Riff ux 2 E 47  Aug  1 1787  Germany Twp
Behr, John      Abraham Bear ux          2 G 371   Jul 17 1791  York
Bear, John      Edward Tyler ux          2 G 386   Jul 27 1791  Newberry Twp
Bear, Jacob     John Gindar              2 K 166   Sep 29 1794  Mt Pleasant
Behr, Jacob     John Shitter ux          2 M 146   Nov 12 1796  Newberry Twp
Bear, John      John Jacob Stub ux       2 P 220   May  5 1801  W. March Twp
Bear, John      John Jacob Stub ux       2 P 222   May  5 1801  Codorus Twp
Bear, Jacob     Jacob Kepler ux          2 Q 295   Mar  7 1803  Newberry Twp
Bear, John ux   George Bear ux           2 Q 543   Oct  8 1803  Release
Bear, John      Barbara Bear             2 Q 543   Oct  8 1803  Release

GRANTOR           GRANTEE              Where Rec.  Date of Rec. LOCATION
Bare, John al   Jacob Erb                  B 147   Sep 20 1763  Windsor Twp
Bare, John Est  Jacob Whisler            2 B 524   Apr 26 1785  Windsor Twp
Behr, John ux   Rosina Kheyer            2 G 373   Jul 17 1791  York
Bear, Jacob ux  Emanuel Bear             2 I 117   Jul 20 1793  Newberry Twp
Baer, John ux   Benedict Funk            2 I 192   Sep 16 1793  York
Bear, John Est  Henry Bear               2 K 242   Jan  1 1795  Windsor Twp
Bear John al    Henry Bear               2 K 242   Jan  1 1795  Windsor Twp
Bare, John Est  Henry Bare               2 K 243   Jan  1 1795  Release
Bear, Jeremiah ux  Nicholas Lichty       2 L 77    Oct 13 1795  Dover Twp
Bear, Jacob     Daniel Dentzel           2 M 48    Sep 12 1796  Newberry Twp
Bear, John ux   Henry Pickel             2 M 69    Sep 28 1796  York
Bear, Jacob Gdn al Jonathan Beitzel al   2 M 471   Jul  1 1797  Dover Twp
Bare, Jacob ux  John Wilson              2 O 395   Dec  4 1799  Newberry Twp
Bare, Jacob     Emanuel Bare             2 P 102   Dec 30 1800  Newberry Twp
Bear, John Est  John Bear ux             2 Q 543   Oct  8 1803  Release


Acting on a mildly educated hunch, I double checked to make sure they didn't miss any Isaacs, and asked for copies of the Bear, Jacob from Christian Riff, 1787 Germany Twp deed and for the Bear, Jacob from John Gindar, Mt Pleasant deed. The latter was payment of a debt, no mention of others involved. But the Germany Twp deed had an interesting twist the land Jacob bought was right next to Adam Winterotes.

This is where I am right now. Email me if youd like copies of the gravestone photos or scans of the Preble Co maps and photos or notes in the Warren Co Historical Museum Wintrode family file.

Dawn Bare Bonney, August 10 2001



From Dean Miller - dean42312@earthlink.net

The Herald-Press, October 5, 2006; Obituaries
Huntington, Indiana :

Roy E. Ellet

    Roy E. Ellet, 84, St. Petersburg, Fla., died Sunday (Sept. 24, 2006) at the Health and Rehabilitation Center at Dolphins' View in St. Petersburg, Fla.
    Mr. Ellet worked as a mail clerk for the Department of Veterans Affairs for 25 years. He was a member of the First Christian Church of Seminole, Fla., and the Disabled American Veterans 9 of St. Petersburg, Fla.
    He was also an Army veteran of World War II and served in Company B 749th Tank Battalion and was in the Normandy, Northern France, and Rhineland campaigns.    
He was awarded the Purple Heart for wounds received in action Sept. 20, 1944, in Fraimbois, France.
    He lived in Berne until he moved to Florida in 1951.
    Mr. Ellet was born on Aug. 24, 1922, in Andrews to John and Dora Bare Ellet.
    Survivors include a daughter, Judith K. Webb of Inverness, Fla.; a brother, Bob Ellet of Lakeland, Fla.; a sister, Martha Leonhard of Wabash; seven grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren.
    R. Lee Williams and Son Funeral Home and Crematory in St. Petersburg, Fla., was in charge of arrangements.

1850 Census
 
 District 52 (Polk Township), Huntington County Indiana 28 August 1850
 
 461  461 Isacc Bare      31 M   Farmer    700  Ohio
          Elizabeth Bare  27 F                  Ohio
          Susan Bare       4 F                  Ohio
          Elizabeth Bare   1 F                  Indiana
          David Manford   25 M   Farmer    300  Ohio 
 462  462 David Bare      14 M   Farmer   1000  Ohio 
          Elizabeth Bare  29 F                  New Jersey
          Joseph Bare      6 M                  Ohio
          Jacob Bare       3 M                  Ohio
          Samuel Bare      2 M                  Indiana
 463  463 Peter Bare      34 M   Farmer    600  Ohio
          Eliza Bare      32 F                  Ohio    Cannot read & write
          Amanda Bare      1 F                  Indiana

Bethelem Township, Clark County Indiana, 31 October 1850

   3    3 John Bare       32 M   Farmer         Kentucky
          Jane Bare       38 F                  Kentucky
          Sarah Bare      10 F                  Indiana    attended school
          R. Barbara       9 F                  Indiana    sttended school
          Cynthia Bare     7 F                  Indiana    attended school
          Charles Bare     6 M                  Indiana    attended school
          Jacob H. Bare    2 M                  Indiana
   7    7 Thomas Bare     33 M   Farmer         Virginia
          Martha Bare     20 F                  Indiana
          Sarah Bare      72 F                  Virginia
          James O. Bare   16 M                  Virginia
          
District 130, White County, Indiana, 12 September 1850, page 890
 695  699 Benjamin Bare   42 M   Farmer         Virginia
          Amanda Bare     46 F                  Virginia
          Wm. Bare        19 M   Farmer         Virginia
          Hiram Bare      15 M   Farmer         Indiana
          George W. Bare  10 M                  Indiana
          Izabell Bare     7 F                  Indiana
          Julian Bare      5 F                  Indiana
          Caleb Bare       2 M                  Indiana
          Emily Jane Bare 1/12 F                Indiana
 696  700 Wm. Bare        30 M   Farmer         Ohio 
          Louiza Bare     29 F                  Indiana
          Rosanna Bare     5 F                  Indiana
          Elias H. Bare    2 M                  Indiana

Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana 5th August 1850, page 253
 805  807 Charles Bare    28 M   Laborer  600   Germany
          Fredenca Bare   29 F                  Germany
          Charles Bare     6 M                  Germany
          William Bare     4 M                  Indiana
          George Bare   8/12 M                  Indiana


Wayne Township, Allen County, Indaina, 16 August 1850
 615  625 Frederick Bare  47 M   Carpenter      Germany
          Eliza Bare      50 F                  Germany
          William Bare    22 M   Laborer        Germany
          Charlotte Bare  20 F                  Germany
          Louisa Bare     18 F                  Germany
          Sophia Bare     15 F                  Germany
          Ernst Bare      13 M                  Germany
          Wilhelma Bare   10 F                  Germany
          Charles Bare     8 M                  Germany

Republican Township, Jefferson County, Indiana, 1 August 1850 page 145
 292  293 Owen Bare       42 M   Carpenter      Virginia
          Mary? Bare      24 F                  Kentucky
          John P. Bare    13 M                  Indiana    attended school
          Wm. O. Bare      6 M                  Indiana    attended school
          Emily Bare       1 F                  Indiana


Martinsville Township, Dist. N.48, Clark County Illinois, 14th October 1850

1451 1452 Willim C. Bare  30 M   Farmer 
          Harriet Bare    27 F
          William Bare     6 M
          Hannah Bare      4 F

For more Bare/Baer information check the webpage of Chris Baer at http://www.baer-design.com/gen/


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