Barr, John Clark
Age: 30, credited to Highgate, VTVITALS
Birth: 09/1830, Highgate, VTADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Alias?: None notedDESCENDANTS
Ohio Veterans Home Cemetery, Sandusky, OH
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Clark Barr appears on the 1890 Veteran's Schedule at Clyde, Sandusky, Ohio: Rank: 1st Sgt Company: K Name of Reg't: 6th VT Vol Infantry Date of Enlistment: 28 Sep 1861 Date of Discharge: Oct 31 1862 Length of service: 1 year 15 daysCourtesy of Wanda Alter.
On Friday, June 30, 1916, The Sandusky Star-Journal [Sandusky, Ohio], pg 5, reported under Soldier's Home: "Clark Barr [patient] No. 4192 Co. K Ver V I was admitted from Sandusky-Co January 25,1899 and has been a hospital patient for several months. Clark is nearing his 90th year and when in normal condition is extremely active for a man of his age."
On Friday, February 9, 1919 the Sandusky Star-Journal [Sandusky, Ohio], page 10. Headline: 2 Veterans Given Military Burial - Lewis Kern and Clark Barr Buried Friday in Home Cemetery "Lewis T Kern, Cleveland, 7th Inf and Clark Barr, Fremont [Vermont] who died Tuesday were buried in the Home cemetery with Military Honors."
On Friday, February 9, 1919 the Sandusky Register (OH), page 3, reported: "There will be a double funeral at the [Soldiers] home today. Lewis T Kern and Clark Barr died during Wednesday night and will be buried at 10 a.m. today. A short service by Chaplain Ferguson will be held at 9:30 for Clark Barr preceeding the burial. Efforts were made to reach Mrs Marian Pew, of Elmhurst, Long Island by a telegram. The latter, Mrs Barrett and Mrs. Harriet Thompson of Bedford, Canada are daughters of the deceased."