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Jarrett Nathaniel Baars

Persoonskaart

Bijkomende namen

Bijkomende namen Naam
Andere naam Jarrot N.

Ouders

vader Geboortedatum moeder Geboortedatum
Gijsbertus Baars 09.02.1814 Helena Vermeer (Baars) 27.06.1811

Persoonsgebeurtenissen

Soort gebeurtenis Datum Plaats Omschrijving
Geboorte 07.09.1851 Beardstown, Perry County, Tennessee, United States of America
Huwelijk 18.12.1872
Huwelijk 25.01.1903 Perry County, Tennessee, United States of America
Beroep Farmer
Overlijden 03.01.1922 Beardstown, Perry County, Tennessee, United States of America
Begrafenis 04.01.1922 Perry County, Tennessee, United States of America Beardstown Cemetery

Notities

Jarrett used to sing to his children in Dutch and when World War I ended he shot his blunderbuss shotgun as a way to celebrate.

The children of Jarrett Nathaniel Baars and Sarah Ellen Cude were: Martha Caroline, George Albert and Oscar Jessie. In the 1880 census records Jarrett and Martha are shown living with “George and Hellena.”

In the 1900 census report for Perry County, Tennessee Jarrett Nathaniel Baars was a farmer and Dora Sharp O’Guin was a washwoman. Both were shown as single and the heads of their respective households. In this same report Jarrett’s birth date is shown as September 1851 and Dora’s is shown as March 1876. He was the widower of Sarah Ellen Cude and Dora was the widow of D. Allen O’Guin. Jarrett and Dora married on 25.1.1903. They each brought children to this marriage. Jarrett’s children were Martha Caroline, George Albert and Oscar Jessie. Dora’s children were Verda, Fount and Oda. Jarrett and Dora’s children were: Velera Pearl (13.1.1905 – 25.9.1997), Sue Elizabeth (1907 – 1987), Nathaniel died an infant between 1907 and 1910, Mollie (5.5.1910 – 12.5.1910), Willie Nathaniel (10.7.1912 – 7.1.1977) and Lena I. (26.1.1915 – 13.5.1993).

PERRY COUNTY CEMETERY RECORD...VOL II
BAARS, J.N. 1853-1922 (Jarrett Nathaniel Baars, son of George & Lena Baars, 1st wife, Sarah E. Cude, 2nd wife Dora Elizabeth Sharp O'Guin Baars