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Text:"... engagement the next day. Mrs. Barker went home sick, Mrs. Hubbard refused to act again, and Mr. Barker took an overdose of laudanum and died, leaving his family destitute, the mother sick, with three small..."
Date:1904
Publication place:Texas, USA
Image:234 of 371
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Text:"... November 29, 1865. Mr. Barker, when I first made his acquaintance, was an octogenarian, but strong and active, in the enjoyment of rugged health and in possession of all his faculties..."
Date:Between 1776 and 1897
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... February 1, 1874; Eldridge Yale, born October 14, 1876. In 1833 Mr. Barker removed with his parents from Berkshire, N. Y., to East Onondaga. He attended Cazenovia Seminary and Yale College, being graduated..."
Date:Between 1776 and 1897
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... was entitled *^he Texan Revolutionary Army, and that by Mr. E. W. Winkler, Archivist of the State Library, was on William Barrett Travis. Mr. Barker's paper is published in this number of the Quarterly..."
Date:1906
Publication place:Texas, USA
Image:303 of 323
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Text:"..., born September 23, 1829; Mary, born November 26, 1830; Elizabeth, born September 11, 1835; Adnah, born February 21,1837; Daniel Webster, born January 14,1839. Mr. Barker was a man of character..."
Date:Between 1776 and 1897
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... the next day. Mrs. Barker went home sick, Mrs. Hubbard refused to act again, and Mr. Barker took an overdose of laudanum and died, leaving his family destitute, the mother sick, with three small children..."
Date:1904
Publication place:Texas, USA
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Text:"...182 HISTORY OF CHESHIRE. of Squire Ezni Barker. Perhaps the most ancient and quaintest article owned by the latter is a set of knives and forks In-ought from England with the Barkers and descending..."
Date:1885
Publication place:Holyoke, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...-1837, by Eugene C. Barker; Review of McMasters History of the People of the United States, by Carl R. Fish; "Louisiana as a Factor in American Diplomacy, 1795-1800, by James A. James; Historical Activities..."
Date:1914
Publication place:Texas, USA
Image:131 of 479