Difference between revisions of "Clara Louise Garnier"

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(Initial entry for Clara Garnier Barkley)
(Remove entry. All this information is in her father's or husband's entry.)
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{{Infobox Biography
| subject_name  =Clara Louise Garnier
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| date_of_birth  =Abt. 1800
| place_of_birth =France
| date_of_death  =September 1, 1867
| place_of_death =Pensacola
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| spouse        =[[George W. Barkley]] (1793-1854)
| parents        =[[John Garnier]] (Abt. 1766-1847)
| children      =George Garnier Barkley (1823-?)<br/>[[Clara Barkley Dorr]] ([[1825]]-[[1899]])<br/>Charles Garnier Barkley (1826-?)<br/>Rosa Garnier Barkley (1828-1831)<br/>Lucy Rose Barkley (Abt. 1832-?)<br/>Sophie Elizabeth Barkley (1833-1901)<br/>Catherine Ann Barkley (1835-1836)<br/>Adeline Garnier Barkley (1838-?)<br/>Margaret Overton Barkley (1838-?)
'''Clara Louise Garnier Barkley''' was the daughter of Judge [[John Garnier]] and wife of businessman [[George W. Barkley]]. She was born in France about 1800 and married on [[June 28]], [[1822]]. George built the [[Barkley House]] overlooking [[Pensacola Bay]] about 1825 where they lived for many years.
She is buried in [[St. Michael's Cemetery]], as are her husband and three children:  George, Rosa, and Catherine.
*Will of George W. Barkley
*1850 and 1860 Federal censuses of Escambia County, Florida
*Findagrave.com, St. Michael’s Cemetery, Pensacola, Escambia, Florida
[[Category:People buried in St. Michael's Cemetery]]

Revision as of 16:33, 22 September 2016