Muster Roll of Captain Nathan Barker’s Company of Light Infantry in the Detachment of drafted Militia of Maine, called into actual service by the State, for the protection of its Northeastern Frontier, from the sixth day of March, 1839, the time of its rendezvous at Augusta Maine, to the twenty-sixth day of March, 1839, when discharged or mustered.
List of persons buried in the Upper Octorara Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Chester County, Pennsylvania. Information includes date of death and known age at death if provided on headstone.
Charles Babb, while for many years a resident of Champaign County, is a cosmopolitan citizen, has traveled extensively over the New and Old World, and has not only earned hut has learned the wise use of financial independence. He is now living retired in a commodious and beautiful home at Rantoul and is one of the large land owners of Champaign County. Mr. Babb was born in Staffordshire, England, son of John and Margaret (Whyte) Babb. He grew up in his native country and in the year of the Chicago fire, 1871, came to this country with his wife and
Edwin P. Babb. The Babb family came to Champaign County in 1853. Five years later, at the home of his parents on a farm in North Ogden Township, Edwin P. Babb was born November 9, 1858. His life career has been one of commendable industry and accomplishment, has been liberally rewarded, and for a number of years he has lived retired in one of the comfortable city homes of Champaign. His parents were Milton and Elizabeth (Littler) Babb. Milton Babb was born in Grant County in what is now the state of West Virginia, grew up there, took up the
George J. Babb is a native of Champaign County, and has made a good record as a practical farmer and business man, and his name stands equally high as a citizen whose support can be depended upon for those movements and enterprises which reflect the public good. Mr. Babb was born in Hensley Township, September 30, 1871, a son of John and Ann (Deakin) Babb. His parents were both born in England. His father came to America about 1860, and after a brief residence in Ohio removed to Champaign County in 1861. He was a practical farmer, and lived in
Wallowa, Oregon Frances Elaine Breshears Babb, 96, of Eugene, died April 4, 2004. She was born April 8, 1907, in Elgin to William and Margaret (Eckley) Breshears. Mrs. Babb grew up in the Wallowa, Vincent and Rondowea areas and graduated from Lostine High School. She worked for M. Crow and Company in Lostine for a time. She married Avon Dale Babb in 1926 and lived in the Eugene area for the last 79 years. Her interests included vegetable and flower gardening, crossword puzzles, University of Oregon football and basketball, and travel. She enjoyed family and friends and was well known
Frances Babb 1907-2004 Frances Babb, 96, of Eugene and formerly of Elgin, died April 4. A memorial service was held in Eugene. Mrs. Babb was born April 8, 1907, to William and Margaret Eckley Breshears in Elgin. On Feb. 16, 1926, she married Avon Dale Babb. He died in 1986. She lived in Eugene for 79 years. She enjoyed vegetable and flower gardening, crossword puzzles, University of Oregon football and basketball, traveling and being with her family. She will be remembered for her sense of humor and her ability to remember facts, figures, people and places. Survivors include children, Frances
Services will be at 10 a.m., Friday in Hadley Funeral Chapel in Visalia for former Tularean Susan M. Babb, 97, Visalia, who died Monday [January 6, 1992] in a Visalia hospital. Mrs. Babb was born, raised and educated in Macomb, Mo. She worked on the farm until marrying Harrison Babb in 1912 in Macomb, Mo. The couple moved to Exeter in 1929. In 1944, they moved to Tulare, where they had a ranch. They lived in Ivanhoe a short time before moving to Visalia in 1957. Mr. Babb died in 1959. She was a homemaker. She is survived by two
Harrison McKinley Babb, 68, Visalia, former resident of Tulare, died last night [April 19, 1959] in a Visalia hospital. He was a native of Macomb, MO. Babb moved to Exeter in 1929 and later moved to Tulare. He had lived in Visalia for the past nine years and was a retired dairy rancher. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Mary Susan Babb, Visalia; two sons, Harry T. Babb, Tulare, and James H. Babb, Visalia; an adopted son Fred L. Miller, Visalia; three daughters, Mrs. Lois E. McLaughlin, Visalia; Mrs. Eunice K. Wilshire, Exeter, and Mrs. Juanita M. Flynn, Loomis; three brothers,
Professor emeritus James Harrison BABB of San Luis Obispo died Tuesday, Jan. 23, 1990, at his residence. He was 79. Services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at Reis Chapel in San Luis Obispo. The Rev. Deane Keller of Grace Church in San Luis Obispo will officiate. Burial will follow at Los Osos Valley Memorial Park. Mr. Babb was born July 5, 1920, in Macomb, MO. He moved to Exeter in 1929, at the age of nine. He graduated from Exeter High School. He was in the Navy from 1942 to 1946 and served as a torpedo man mate in