Harvey Green Barham, 18451902 (aged 56 years)

Name
Harvey Green /Barham/
Birth
Military service
CSA (served in his father's command)
Birth of a sister
Birth of a brother
Birth of a brother
Birth of a sister
about 1856 (aged 10 years)
Birth of a brother
Birth of a brother
Birth of a sister
about 1863 (aged 17 years)
Death of a father
Marriage
Death of a maternal grandfather
Death of a maternal grandmother
1870 (aged 24 years)
Birth of a son
about 1870 (aged 24 years)
AR
Death of a sister
about 1874 (aged 28 years)
Death of a paternal grandmother
Birth of a daughter
about 1874 (aged 28 years)
AR
Death of a paternal grandfather
Birth of a daughter
about 1876 (aged 30 years)
AR
Birth of a son
about 1878 (aged 32 years)
Birth of a son
Birth of a son
Death of a brother
Birth of a son
Birth of a son
about 1890 (aged 44 years)
Birth of a son
about 1892 (aged 46 years)
Death of a sister
about 1898 (aged 52 years)
Census
Death of a mother
Burial of a mother
Birth of a son
Birth of a daughter
Birth of a daughter
Death
June 11, 1902 (aged 56 years)
Burial
Harmony Cemetery
Family with parents
father
18231864
Birth: May 4, 1823 26 27 Logan Co, KY
Death: October 27, 1864Granby Mines, Newton Co, MO
mother
18271901
Birth: October 18, 1827 38 27 Davidson Co, TN
Death: October 5, 1901Nevada Co, AR
Marriage MarriageAugust 21, 1844Henry Co, TN
9 years
younger brother
18531931
Birth: September 7, 1853 30 25 Camden Co, AR
Death: December 23, 1931Fort Worth, Tarrant, TX
3 years
younger sister
18561874
Birth: about 1856 32 28 Camden Co, AR
Death: about 1874Nevada Co, AR
8 years
younger sister
-16 years
younger sister
3 years
younger brother
-5 years
himself
18451902
Birth: December 14, 1845 22 18 Henry Co, TN
Death: June 11, 1902
13 years
younger brother
18581887
Birth: April 16, 1858 34 30 Camden Co, AR
Death: October 18, 1887
3 years
younger brother
18611926
Birth: January 1, 1861 37 33 Camden Co, AR
Death: July 17, 1926
Family with Elizabeth J. Arrington
himself
18451902
Birth: December 14, 1845 22 18 Henry Co, TN
Death: June 11, 1902
wife
Marriage MarriageSeptember 2, 1869Hempstead Co, AR
10 years
son
2 years
son
9 years
son
1888
Birth: about 1888 42 38 Nevada Co, AR
-17 years
son
5 years
daughter
3 years
daughter
6 years
son
1881
Birth: September 1881 35 32 AR
son
daughter
son
3 years
son
daughter
Shared note

"Harvey C. Barham, another of the prominent citizens of Nevada County, residing in Redland Township, owes his nativity to Tennessee, born in Henry County, December 14, 1845, a son of James Monroe and Lucy Jane (Greer) Barham, natives of Kentucky and Illinois, respectively. The mother is now a resident of Albany Township, Nevada County, and is sixty-two years of age. They were married in Henry County, Tenn., and lived there until 1847, when they came to what was then Ouachita, but now Nevada County, and here made their home. In 1862 the father entered the Confederate service, serving first as captain of militia, and afterwards as major, and engaged in the battles of Pine Bluff, Pilot Knob and others. He was killed at the Granby mines, Mo., in 1864, by some Kansas bushwhackers. Socially he was a Mason, and politically, a Whig. Mrs. Barham is a member of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. There were born to their union ten children, eight of whom grew to maturity, and six now living, the subject of this sketch being the eldest, viz: Harvey G. (our subject), Mary A. (wife of D. C. Coyens, a farmer of this county), Rev. William Robert ( a minister of the Missionary Baptist denomination, and a farmer of this county), Charles F. (a dentiust of Dallas, Tex.), Henry M. (deceased, was thirty years of age at death in 1886, and previous to that time was a farmer and miller), Lucinda (deceased wife of Elija Matthews died in this county, in 1874, in her twenty-first year), Lewis Greer (is a farmer of this county), and Lucy Helen (is living at home with her mother). In December, 1863, our subject, then a youth of eighteen years, joined Monroe's regiment of cavalry, and served in that regiment until the surrender at Rocky Mound, La., participating in all the battles of the Missouri Raid, Pilot Knob, etc. At this battle he recieved a wound in the left shoulder by the bursting of a shell. At the close of the war he was without means, and on his father's death, he being the eldest child, the duty devolved on him to provide for the support of his mother, brothers and sisters. Accordingly he set to work, and as the result of his industry and good management, he has been quite successful. In 1868 he married Miss Elizabeth, daughter of M. E. Arrington, of this county, a native of Alabama, born in 1849, and the fruits of this union have been twelve children, all living. He and wife are both members of the Missionary Baptist Church. Mr. Barham is liberal in his polictical views, and votes for what he considers to be the best man irrespective of party. In 1882 he was elected justice of the peace, and has since served in that capacity to the satisfaction of all law-abiding citizens." (Biographical and Historical Memoris of Southern Arkansas - Goodspeed Publishing Company - Chicago, Nashville and St. Louis - 1890)