Honoring Early Settlers of Barry County, MO
Many of these men served in the Mexican War, Civil War and in WW I.

01. Rev. Samuel Babb
02. James Alvin Pease. He served as a Union Soldier from Connecticut.
03. William Pinkham Sikes. He served on both Confederate and Union sides in the Civil War.
04. Alfred Balmas WW I who lived North and East of Purdy in the Waldensian Community. Great Uncle to Naomi Balmas Lamberson.
05. John Long, son of John and Lavina (Bellah) Long
06. Joseph K. Ellis Northcutt
07. Giles Smith - Bushwhackers ran him out of the county.
08. Jackson Snodgrass
09. Jack Carney
10. John Harbin Cargile
11. Eppy Lotson Higgs son of Civil war veteran Seth Rederick Higgs and nephew of four other Civil war veterans from both sides.
12. William Alexander Fly
13. Thomas Kennedy
14. Franklin Joseph Potts
15. John Laughlin
16. John Elwood Crumley - a son of John Elwood Crumley and Susan Cox. He served in WW I. He and his brother Bill were both in France, both were gassed by the Germans in the Aargon. He lived to be age 55.
17. Joseph T. West
18. Noah Haddock - He was first a Union Soldier, deserted and joined up with the Confederate side in a unit where he had two brothers serving.
19. Joel Chitwood
20. Milford Johnson on the left and Wm. Thompson on right
21. George Prier
22. Willie Robberson
23. Conrad Myers / Moyers, died in Parlier, CA
24. William Bragg Adcock
25. Emmin Dalton
26. Albert Hurt
27. Oliver Tucker, WWI
28. Enoch Maxwell
29. Jacob Roller
30. Ambrose Long
31. Arthur Erwin and Army Buddies
32. Henry Benjamin McCary, married Mary Adaline Haddock, a son of Francis Asbury and Anna Horner McCary.

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Resource: Researchers of Barry County, MO
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