Marshall Curtis Barber1,2

M, b. circa 1846, d. 1893
     Marshall Curtis Barber was born circa 1846 at Ohio, USA.1 He was the son of Curtis D. Barber and Harriet Nash.1

     Marshall Curtis Barber married Eliza Caroline Barrows, daughter of William Christopher Barrows and Marilla Marks, on 6 February 1870 at Sheboygan, Wisconsin, USA.3
     Marshall Curtis Barber died in 1893 at Pipestone, Pipestone, Minnesota, USA.4


Census6 September 1850Town of Plymouth, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, USA1
Census6 June 1860Town of Plymouth, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, USA5
Milit-Beg6 April 1865Kewaskum, Washington, Wisconsin, USA, as a private in Company E, 51st Wisconsin Infantry6
Milit-End21 August 18656
Migration-Tosay 1867Cerro Gordo, Iowa, USA, from Sheboygan County, Wisconsin7
Census6 July 1870Falls Township, Cerro Gordo, Iowa, USA8
Census21 June 1880Altona, Pipestone, Minnesota, USA9

Children of Marshall Curtis Barber and Eliza Caroline Barrows

Last Edited=3 Jul 2016


  1. [S571] C. D. Barber (indexed as E. D.), Plymouth Dis no. 14, Roll M432_1006, p. 149 (image 293) (Anc. image 1/23), dwell. 1498, fam. 1500 household, 1850 US Census population schedule, Sheboygan Co., Wisconsin. (, 2009), subscription database. National Archives and Records Administration.
  2. [S988] Various, compiler, "Ancestral File"; Marshall Curtis Barber, AFN 3Q01-LT, Ancestral File (various), LDS, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, USA.
  3. [S58] Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services, "Wisconsin Marriages, 1820-1907. Wisconsin Vital Records Index (WHS)" online index, Wisconsin Historical Society, Wisconsin Genealogy Index, URL, Eliza Barrows to Marshall Curtiss Barber, County: Sheboygan, Volume: 2 Page: 51.
  4. [S1010] Linda Barber, Caledonia, WI (E-Address for private use) to Barbara Zanzig, 30 Jul 2007, "C. Ray Barber's Wife". Collection of Barbara Zanzig, Kirkland, King, Washington, USA. "Marshall died Pipestone, MN in 1893.
    Eliza began collecting her widow's pension sept.2, 1895, still living in MN.".
  5. [S577] C. D. Barber household, 1860 US Census population schedule, Plymouth, Sheboygan Co., Wisconsin, sheet 23 (611) (image 614) (Anc. image 24/56), dwelling 176, family 169. (, 2004), subscription database Roll M653_1432.
  6. [S765] "Roster of Wisconsin Volunteers, War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865, An Online Digital Book" , Wisconsin State Historical Society, URL, p. 898, company E, 51st Wisconsin Infantry.
  7. [S974] Curtis D. Barber household, 1870 US Census population schedule, Falls Twp., PO Mason City, Cerro Gordo Co., Iowa, sheet 14 (398) (image 21) (Anc. image 14/14), dwelling 102, family 107. (Provo, UT:, 2003-), subscription database Roll M593_381. the last child was born in Wisconsin, so they must have migrated after he was born.
  8. [S974] Curtis D. Barber household, 1870 US Census, Cerro Gordo Co., Iowa,
  9. [S989] Marshall Barber household, 1880 US Census population schedule, Altona, Pipestone Co., Minnesota, ED 221, sheet 22C (267C) (267.3000) (image 0137) (Anc. image 3/3, dwelling 38, family 40. (Salt Lake City, UT: Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints/, 1999), subscription database Roll T9_629; Family History Film: 1254629.