Radcliff-Vinton Twp. Cemetery
Vinton County,

Walter Harmon Barnes
b FEB 3, 1886, Oreton, s/o Otheniel, b Jackson Co, and Delia Mae Camp, b Vinton Co, Barnes; only son and 2nd of 7 children
d JUL 27, 1938, Ironton, 55Y 5M 24D, streetcar waterman, paralysis, unknown cause, Elizabeth, informant: DC #41337

Oath Barnes (1860-1914) is buried at Elk Cemetery, McArthur
Delia Mae (1868-1915, 46Y, heart disease) Barnes is buried at Zion Cemetery, Clinton Twp, with her parents, Arthur and Amanda Tarr Camp, and young daughter, Rebecca Florence Barnes (1893-1925, meningitis)

Walter Harmon married Elizabeth Pendleton on Dec 24, 1909, Vinton County.

Walter and Elizabeth were the parents of 5 sons, all born in Ironton, Lawrence Co: Earl C, b Dec 2, 1911; Raymond H, b 1915; Paul William, b Dec 2, 1918, Veteran of WW II; James Kenneth, b 1924; and Carl Eugene, b Aug 26, 1927, Veteran of WW II
In 1940, Elizabeth S. Barnes, 54, widowed, lived in Ironton, with her five sons, all living at home

S. Elizabeth Pendleton Barnes
b OCT 3, 1886, Vinton Twp, d/o Samuel M, b Lawrence Co, and Mary Ann Burns, b Vinton Twp, Pendleton (parents married in Vinton Co, 5th of 8 children in Vinton Twp.
Samuel M. (1853-1931) and Mary Ann (1858-1939) Pendleton are buried at Radcliff Cemetery.
d.NOV 26, 1964, Ironton, 78Y, at the home of her youngest son, Carl Eugene

Contributed on 2/18/14 by ccalvin1
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Record #: 181345

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Submitted: 2/18/14 • Approved: 2/18/14 • Last Updated: 8/14/15 • R181345-G66882-S3

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