Barnhouse Genealogy Guests 1998
Dear Natalie, I was pleased to receive your prompt reply to my initial request for Barnhouse info. I look forward to joining the Barnhouse group. I will follow this up with a separate email message. Regards! Charlie
Trying to get earlier than Thomas Evans Barnhouse born Nov 11, 1830, served in Civil War for Illinois, married May 2, 1851 to Sarah Ann Higgins, and father of Adelbert Loomis Barnhouse who homesteaded in Colorado in c. 1880.
Natalie, I was surprised to see my gg grandfathers brothers name listed. He is John William Jack m. Viola Webb. John's brother was a brother to Salathiel my g-father. I have a picture of John & Viola on my office wall. Also Salathiel's daughter, Theodocia Ernestine Jack m. Kester Barnhouse in Roane Co., WV and I have been fortunate to find some of their descendants. Their picture shows them to be a handsome couple. Salathiels son, Lorenzo Dow Jack's first marraige was to Susan Luverna Greathouse Longfellow and they had 1 child, my g'father, Clarence Cecil Jack. I can't wait to go through everything! Jackie Jones
Natalie, I wouldn't have dreamed THE PAGE could look any better, but it does! I love the "branches" and the "leaves". And I love the new title BARNHOUSE BRANCHES. Excellent! You've done a great job and all of us Barnhouse descendants owe you our gratitude and most sincere congratulations on a job extremely well done. Sincerely, Karen
My interest in Barnhouse genealogy was triggered by a letter from a Richard Barnhouse seeking info on Barnhouse descendents of a Barnhouse who served on the loyalist (ie English ) side in the American Revolution. I had to inform him that I was a first generation Canadian from England. I did put him on a couple of possible leads, however. Be that as it may, Richard Barnhouse informed me that as far as he can ascertain, the first Barnhouse in North America was a Richard Barnhouse from Devon County in England (possibly I am from the same roots as all my family were originally from Devon as well). This particular person arrived in Salem Mass in 1638 and from there moved to Jamestown. He was a cavalier and obviously fled England to escape Oliver Cromwell who was not known for his charity towards his vanquished enemies! For info, the present Richard Barnhouse's address is: 3621 Randalls Run Rd Blue Creek, Ohio 45616 At this point, he does not have a computer, but has indicated he intends to acquire one.
A letter from Richard Barnhouse also triggered my research. I was amazed to find Natalie's web site, and to see that my grandfather (Larkin Lee Barnhouse) is listed under Henry>Andrew>Rawley>Larkin lineage. I never knew any of my ancestry past my grandfather before. It was like finding my grandmother's old, faded bible! It's nice to know I have so many cousins out there! My name is Jacob Leroy Barnhouse, Jr., but everyone always called me "Sonny". I live in Bel Air, Maryland. I want to thank Natalie for the time and effort she has put into this web site. Thanks to her, I can now pass along to my granddaughter (only 6 days old and is also named "Natalie") a lot more of her ancestry. I have shown Natalie's site to my daughter, Traci Lee Barnhouse. Please feel free to write or email Traci (SweetT6-at-aol.com) or myself (n3mbz-at-aol.com).
I love this website....My mother was a Barnhouse and I am finding all types of information. Thanks for such a complete and informative website
Really enjoyed looking at your home page, what a wonderful addition to any family. I work in the Mineral County (West Virginia) Clerk's office. Please let me know if I can be on any help. Good luck in your continued search.
I am a Heflin looking for information.
My wife has started the family tree for the Barnhouse Family. We reside in Spruce Grove (just outside of Edmonton), Alberta, Canada. I know my grandfather came from Ontario in 1905 but would be interested to know if anyone has any history before this.
Curious about the earliest Barnhouses in the Ozarks,and where they came from.
Could not find my gr gr grandfather, Absolum Barnhouse. He was born in Missouri abt. April 1852. According to his death certificate his father was James Barnhaus of Virginia and his mother's maiden name was Parson. Any information concerning Absolum and/or his father would be appreciated. Any other search suggestions would also be appreciated.
Thanks, Guy Freese
Very nice web site! I am a Heflin descendant but don't see a connection to your tree yet. Thanks for the visit.
Just checking in for new info. Looking forward to seeing the info from Kay Barnhouse Stout! Great website!
I browsed through your page hoping to see the surname BARNHILL as I know it to be a derivitive of BARNHOUSE. I didn't see any, but it was interesting. By the way, my BARNHILLS came from Carroll Co., Ohio.
I found this site by searching on Bodimer. My grandfather was Chester Bodimer of Jackson County Ohio or Cabell County, West Virginia. I guess this is not one of the names you are researching.
Helpful. I have Shry, Fry, Trittipoe, Cordell, and Costello info if anyone needs it.
I did a search on my last name and found your site. Very interesting. Cliff
I'm looking for more information on Peter Barnhouse and Susannah Beckley. I believe them to be my in my family tree. I can trace back to a Peter Barnhouse Junior in Harrison county Ohio in 1850 and believe him to be the son of Peter and Susannah. Any info would be appreciated.
Just having a great day checking things out. Give my regards to the great researchers! August
First time here! This is great! Hope to be here often as I am just starting my research on my grandmothers side. Thanks, Penny Meese
I've been searching for the records, I can add my own for consideration.
Although I do not have time to explore just now, I am delighted to locate this site and see the name Kay Bornhouse Stout - long time since I last heard from you , Kay! Leaving for Salt Lake - will check things upon return and see it I can make any connections or add to what others need -- Helen
Just found your page tonight; can't wait to read more
I am so happy I found your website!!! I have been researching my family history off and on for the last 5 years. My mother's maiden name is Brannan and her father was the great grandson of Lorenzo Dow Brannan and Keziah Barnhouse. I was especially excited to see a picture of Olonzo Brannan. Great site.
I am interested in learning more about my fathers Name. I know his mother was Annabel Copper, Father Barney Barnhouse AKA R.C. Barnhouse. They moved to CA, approximate year 1949. Had six children, 1 girl and 5 boys. After divorce Barney may have remarried and lived in Hayward, CA. Can you help me at all?
It's nice to see how many people are interested in their genealogy. It is rare that I run into a Barnhouse, but when I do, they are always interested in my genealogy and how it may pertain to theirs. Thanks for the web site!
My wife has started following the Barnhouse name back. We live in Spruce Grove, Alberta, Canada which is just outside of Edmonton Alberta. My grandparents came to Alberta from Ontario in 1905 but I don't know much before that. May be in touch to see if we can follow this back. Your web site is very interesting. Thanks
This is fantastic!!!!!! I had no idea that something like this wonderful page was available. Would like to invite any one knowing more about the Missouri Barnhouse's to E-Mail me.
I am looking for my father, whom I haven't seen in 40 years. His name is Chalmers Barnhouse, and when I searched for his name, it didn't show up anywhere. I couldn't even locate a record of my own birth, or my mother's marriage to him. How does the information get on this site?
Well I finally made it, and wish I had cruised by here earlier. Great job, and thanks for all the research on our Barnhouse family. I wish Kay (Barnhouse) Stout would come on-line, she is a great resource. Chuck.
I've just starting a search for my husband's ancestors. Jerry Mack Wise-Husband Kermit Theadore-Madie Lavee Williams Wise-parents Otto C. --Elizabeth Brown Wise-grandparents My husband was born in Hemphill, Texas, His dad in Texas, his granddad in La. That's all the information I have. Please help.
I am the son of William Rodney McLaughlin, My Grandmother was Rebecca Ann Cottrill the daughter of Johanna Barnhouse and Andrew Cottrill. My mother was Lucille Lyon, I was born December 15,1933. I have the death certificate for William Rodney McLaughlin, he died in March of 1936 in Houston, Texas, not in Mexico. If you wish to contact me for any further information, please do so. I am married to Carolyn Boland McLaughlin and we have two children, Matthew Gregory, born December 9, 1969 and Kathleen MaryGrace, born January 25, 1972.
Just another Barnhouse checking in.
I am searching the net for my father. His name is Jerry Barnhouse. His father was Charles F. Barnhouse. His grandfather was Jeremiah Barnhouse. They were from the Hancock County area of Ohio. My father is looking for Peter Barnhouse, born 1821?. He was married to Lydia Anne Wise, born 1825?. If you have any information, please contact me. Thanks, Linda Barnhouse Sheckler
I'm looking for information on the "Barnhouse Effect". Has anyone heard of such a thing? This is an interesting site. I didn't realize there were so many of us. Work Address: Rick_Barnhouse_abq-at-macexpress.org
Have been researching ADAMS linage and have just discovered that our line is related to the Barnhouse line through Sarah Rebecca Adams Barnhouse.
Very nice page, I got two more generations of Barnhouse. Thank you Bob.
This website is quite a find. I'm looking for anyone who might be related to Jonas D. Barnhouse who married Mary Catherine White on 4/28/1865 in Frederick Co., Maryland. If so, I'm sure we're related.
One my distant ancestors was John Barnhouse who married Mary Evans. Their Daughter Barbara Barnhouse married Phillip Koontz. My ancestors came from Barbara Barnhouse. My ancestors lived near and around Barbour County, West Virginia.
I am researching the Decker family, found my husbands father, Oscar William Decker, but I have his dob as 9 Jan 1891, his father was William Benjamin Decker born W. V. He married Gussie Lolita Stout, b. July 5, 1924 in Stewart Co. TN. My husband was their second son, Leonard William Decker, b. 6 July 1944. Gussie was his second wife. This e-mail address is my daughters, but she will relay info to me and I check on line when I visit.
I'm doing a family history project due in April, so if anyone could help me out, that would be great. We are all from Iowa, and the oldest living relative is Irene Barnhouse, who is my great grandmother. Thanks for any help you can give me. ~Amy~
Found you through Gensite. I must say 'what a beautiful and informative website!' Your hard work is to be commended. If you like, submit your website to my surname registry.
Interesting find. Will be a valuable tool in our geneology research.
I am also researching the Barnhouse name check out my page.. maybe we can help each other. Great page you have here Thanks
Father, Robert Barnhouse Sr., Grandfather Charles Lloyd Barnhouse II, GGF is Charles Barnhouse. Started a music publishing firm in 1886 that exists today selling band music around the world. Walking Frog records division contains a few CDs that has his music on them. Charles came to Oskaloosa, Iowa from Grafton West Virginia at the age of 18. Unsure of any prior relatives but would love to find out. My niece Amy (logged in below) is seeking info also. Best to all the Barnhouse Clan!
I have found many of my family members and will share all information just e-mail me. I'm looking for info on Henry Shamling of West Virginia around 1869. Cotton Tree he fathered children by ZEPHA ALDERMAN. Thanks everone for making this a great sight Richard A Barnhouse.
I saw on your name page a Elizabeth Bodimer married to Christopher John Thesing. I am wondering where Elizabeth Bodimer originated from? Date of birth and parents?
Hi, I was surfing along and came across this page. I think it's great! I have three children, Rita, Timothy and Benjamin. My husband's name was Harvey W. Barnhouse he was from West Virginia. Thank you so very much for sharing this info with all of us.. Hope you have a wonderful Holiday. Wanda.
Elsie Morton Rarey and I went to school together and she notified me of this page. Interesting photos and several people that I knew years ago while I was living in Ohio are listed here. Thanks for bringing back some old memories.
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