JAMES BARR AND
MINNIE JOHANNA SCHIEBERL-BARR FAMILY
James Barr was born to John E. Barr and Bettie Maupin Sims-Barr September 1892 in Shackelford, Missouri, the second-oldest of eleven children. It was the year Thomas Edison would receive a patent for a two-way telegraph.
The month after James Barr was born, "The Dalton Gang", while attempting to rob two banks in nearby Coffeyville, Kansas, was shot by the townspeople. Only Emmett Dalton, with 23 wounds, survives, to spend 14 years in prison.
Minnie Schieberl-Barr would meet James and the two would marry circa 1920.
Minnie Johanna Schieberl, pictured above at her 1919 high school graduation at Notre Dame de Sion, was also was born into a large family. She had one brother Sylvester Schieberl who married Hazel Steinmetz, and two sisters Angeline and Vergie. Vergie married Henry Ludwig, and the two would have a son Carl Ludwig.
1941 picnic at Francis "Bud" Barr's house
Pictured: Vergie Schieberl-Ludwig, mother of Minnie Schieberl-Barr, Francis Barr, Angela Schieberl-Petri, Laura Schieberl-Thompson, Henry Barr, Minnie Schieberl-Barr.
James and Minnie would raise their twelve children in the Shackelford, Missouri, farming community. Several of their descendents still reside in the Saline County area today.
Leon James Barr
Francis (Frank) "Bud" Barr
Eleanor Barr m. "Mr." Teale. son David Teale.
John "Bernard" Barr m. "Joyce"
Donald Anthony Barr m. "Flossie"
Henry "Manning" Barr
Rosemary Theresa Barr b. 8/28/1931.
Bernadette Barr d. six months
Mary "Angela" Barr b. 3/24/1937. m. "Mr." Petri. daughter Heather T. Brown
Margaret "Annetta" Barr
Phyllis Ann Barr m. "Mr." Kilgore.
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