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Blazons & Genealogy Notes

1) (Hertfordshire). Or, two chev. betw. three fleurs-de-lis gu. Crest—Out of a ducal coronet or, a bull’s head per pale ar. and gu.
2) (Lord Mayor of London, 1733). Erm. a chev. betw. three fleurs-de-lis gu.
3) (East Smithfield). Sa. a fesse or, fretty gu. betw. three bulls’ heads trunked ar. armed of the second.
4) (Suffolk). Or, two chev. betw. three fleurs-de-lis gu. Crest—Out of a ducal coronet gu. a bull’s head ar.
5) (London, Camden’s grants). Or, two chevronels gu. in chief three fleurs-de-lis of the last. Crest—On a mural coronet gu. a bull’s head erased ar.
6) Gu. a chev. erm. betw. three round buckles or.
7) Or, on a bend sinister az. a mullet of the field.
8) or Barbery - Or, on two chev. gu. three fleurs- de-lis of the field.
9) Riga - (Nob. du St-Empire, 31 mai 1786) - Fascé d'argent et de gueules chaque fasce d'argent ch de trois mouchetures d'hermine de sable.
10) (Stamford, co. Lincoln, London, and Bury St. Edmunds). Ar. two chevronels betw. three fleurs-de-lis gu. in the centre chief point a cinquefoil of the last. Crest—Out of a ducal coronet or, a bull's head ar. charged on the neck with a cinquefoil gu.
11) Barry of ten or and az. on a saltire of the first, a fleur-de-lis of the second. Crest—On a staff raguly fesseways an eagle displ. with two heads az. the heads ducally crowned or, the inside of the wings, and legs gold.
12) (Fremington, co. Devon, originally of Upcot, co. Somerset). Ar. two chev. betw. three fleurs-de-lis gu.
13) (Staffordshire). Gu. three mullets ar. within a bordure erm. (another adds a canton or). Crest—A passion cross on three grieces gu. Motto—Nihilo nisi cruce.
14) (Bolesworth Castle, co. Chester). Ar. a saltire gu. betw. a garb in chief two escallops in fesse and another in base az. Crest and Motto, same as the preceding.
15) (Muldearg, co. Ross, 1672). Ar. a St. Andrew’s cross betw. a garb in chief two escallops in the flanks and another in base gu. Motto—Nihilo nisi cruce.
16) Grande-Bretagne - (Ex-Libris) - D'azur au lion d'argent lampassé de gueules à la bande (ou fasce) d'or brochant sur le tout Casque couronné Cimier un lion issant d'argent lampassé de gueules Lambrequin d'argent et d'azur.

Origin, Meaning, Family History and Barber Coat of Arms and Family Crest

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Medieval Barber

Meaning, Origin, Etymology
The surname of Barber (Barbour) is an occupational name meaning barber.  The occupation of barber was first introduced in Rome by the Greek colonies in Sicily in 296 B.C., and the barber shops became a very popular center of daily news, gossip and life.  A morning visit to the Tonsor became a part of the Romans daily routine which was an important as a visit to the public baths, and a young man’s fist shave (tonsura) was considered an essential part of his coming of age ceremony.  In the medieval times barbers not only cut hair but they also practiced surgery and pulling of teeth.  The different forms are Anglo-Norman and French: Barber, Old French: Barbier, Late Latin Barbarius.

A medieval barber was much different than the barbers we think of today cutting hair, as the following except from Wikipedia shows: “The barber surgeon, one of the most common European medical practitioners of the Middle Ages, was generally charged with caring for soldiers during and after battle. In this era, surgery was seldom conducted by physicians, but instead by barbers, who, in having razors indispensable to their trade, were called upon for numerous tasks ranging from cutting hair to amputating limbs. In this period, surgical mortality was very high, due to blood loss and infection. Yet since doctors thought that blood letting treated illness, barbers also applied leeches. Meanwhile, physicians considered themselves to be above surgery“.

Spelling Variations
Barbour, Barber, Barberton

Popularity & Geographic Distribution
The last name Barber ranks 3,403rd  in popularity worldwide as of the 2014 Census and approximately 165,456 people carry the Barber surname worldwide. The name ranks particularly high in the following six states: Georgia, Texas, California, Florida, New York, and North Carolina.   It ranks highest in the following countries: United States (100,090), England (29,860), Australia (9,948), Canada (7,558), Spain (3,008), Philippines (1,839).

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Medieval Barber

Early Bearers of Surname
Alexander le Barbur, London, 1273. Hundred Rolls.
Geoffrey le Barbir, Huntingdonshire, ibid.
Gilbert le Barber or Barbour and Michael le Barber who were Scots prisoners taken at Dunbar Castle in 1296
Henry le Barber, Oxfordshire, ibid.
Henry le Barbur, Somerset, 1 Edward III: Kirby’s Quest.
John Barbitonsor rendered the accounts for the farm of Mountros in 1305
John Sturley and Agnes Barbor: Marriage Lic. (Faculty Office) in 1543.
John le Barber, Cambridgeshire, ibid.
Richard Barbitonsor, Oxfordshire, ibid.
Robert Bruce granted to Ade Barbitonsor a toft in Moffat with two bovates of land adjoining (presumably the same year) and in 1328
Seykin le Barbier (1299, ibid.)
Thomas le Barber (1282, London)
Thomas le Barbitonsor. Placitorum in domo capitulari Westmonasteriensi.
William Barbitonsor had confirmation of a charter of lands in 1317
William de St. Barbara, Bishop of Durham, A.D. 1143
William le Barbitonsor. Rolls of Parliament.

History, Genealogy & Ancestry

BARBOUR OF BARLAY
Barbour, William, Esq. of Brlany and Dalshangan, County, Kirkcudbright, J.P., born 1 Nov 1810 is eldest son and successor of the late James Barbour, Esq. of Barlay (who died 1 Feb. 1855), by Elizabeth his wife, eldest daughter of the late David Kennedy, Esq. of Knocknalling, J.P. an D.L. Mr. Barbour succeeded to Dalshangan 26, May 1871, at the death of his only brother Thomas Barbour, Esq. of Dalshangan, Kirkcudbright, J.P.
Arms ~ Arg., a saltire az., two escallops in fess, one in base, and a garb in chief or.
Crest ~ An eagle, rising, ppr.
Motto ~ Nihilo nisi cruce
Seats ~ Barlay, New Galloway; and Dalshangan, Carsfaira, County, Kirkcudbright.

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Bolesworth Castle

BARBOUR OF BOLESWORTH CASTLE
Barbour, Robert, Esq. of Bolesworth Castle, Chester, J.P. and D.L., born 1797; married 1st 1827, Elizabeth daughter of Thomas Allan, Esq. of Linkfield, East Lothian; and 2ndly 1836, Janet-Andrew, daughter of William Fleming, Esq. of Sawmill Field, Glasgow and has issue 1) George of Kingslee, Chester, Barrister-at-Law of the Inner Temple, M.A., Trinity College, Cambridge, J.P., Lieut. Earl of Chester Yeomanry Cavalry born 1841 married 1869, Caroline Easton daughter of Robert-Andrew Macrie, Esq., of Ashefield Hall, Chester; and Dreghorn Castle, Mid-Lothian and has a son Robert born 1876.  2) Janetta. Mr. Barbour purchased Bolesworth Castle 1857, and served as High Sheriff, Chester, 1866.
Lineage ~ Humphrey Barbour, Esq. of Bankhead, Kilbarchan, County, Renfrew married Elizabeth only daughter of John Freeland, Esq. of Glasgow and was father of Robert Barbour, Esq. of Boleworth.
Arms ~ Arg. a saltire gu., between garb in chief, wo escallops in fess, and another in base, az.
Crest ~ A passion cross on three grices gu.
Motto ~ Nihilo nisi cruce
Seat ~ Boleworth Castle, Chester

BARBER-STARKEY OF DARLEY DALE
Barber-Starkey, William Joseph Starkey, Esq. of Darley Dale, County, Derby, B.A. Trinity College Cambridge, and of the Inner Temple, London, born 1 August 1847; married 29, April 1873, Margaret Aimee, 3rd daughter of Sir George Kinloch, 1st bart. of Kinloch, County, Perth, and has had issue, 1) Joseph Edmund Kinloch born 12 Feb. 1874 died 2 Aug. 1875 2) Margaret Sarah Mary Josephine born 17 Aug. 1875.  3) Georgina Blanche born 2 Feb. 1877 4) Aimee Josephine born 23 Oct. 1878. Mr. Barber-Starkey took the name of Starkey in addition to that of Barber and adopted the arms of Starkey in compliance with the wish of his aunt Sarah Starkey, of The Hall Huttons-Ambo, County, York.
Lineage ~ Richard Barber of Whitemoor Hall in the parish of Duffield and County Derby, Gent. born 2 April 1712; married Ann Bakewell, of Frith Hall, County Leicester.  He married subsequently Ann Willot of the parish of Duffield, County Derby, and dying 29 July 1789, left one son. Rev. William Barber born 10 June 1779, M.A. of St. John’s College Cambridge, and Vicar of Duffield and Mugginton, both County Derby.  He married Juliann Maria, daughter of William Henry Wayne, of Hill Cottage, Quorndon, County Derby, and dying 19 May 1858, left three children, 1) Julianna Maria born 2 May, 1807 2) Richard born 14 Feb. 1811, M.A. (Rev), St. Johns College, Cambridge  3) William Henry (Rev) born 10 Nov. 1814. The third son, Rev. William Henry Barber, M.A. of Magdalene College, Cambridge, Perpetual Curate of Quorndon, County Derby; married Mary, third daughter of John Starkey, of Wheat House, Huddersfield, County, York, and dying 19 April 1872, was succeeded by his only child, the present William Joseph Starkey Barber-Starkey, Esq. of Darley Dale.
Residence ~ The Netherton Meigle, Perthshire.

Early American Immigration and New World Settlers
Ann Barber, who landed in Virginia in 1622
Anna Barber, aged 9, who arrived in New York in 1710
Anne Barber, who landed in Virginia in 1704
George Barber who arrived in Virginia in 1635, aboard the “Transport,” and was later a freeman of Dedham, MA
Henry Barber, who landed in Virginia in 1620
Henry Barber, who settled in Virginia in 1623
Riehd Barber, who arrived in Virginia in 1702
Susan Barber, who landed in Virginia in 1623
Tho Barber, who landed in Virginia in 1703
Thomas Barber was an early emigrant to the American colonies, leaving London on the “Christian” in March 1634, bound for New England
William Barber, who landed in Virginia in 1703

Mottoes
Nihilo nisi cruce. With nothing but the cross.

Grantees
BARBER. New Hampshire. Nicholas Barber, Portsmouth, 1759. (London.)  Or, two chevronels gules in chief three fleurs-de-lis of the last. CREST—On a mural coronet gules, a bull’s head erased argent.
Barber, . . . ., London, or, two chevrons, and in chief 3 fleurs de lis gu., by Camden. Morgan’s Sphere of Gentry, 118.
Barber,, Edward, ais. Bannock, of Denver, Norfolk, Esq., and to the several descendants of Robert, his father, dec**, testified, by John Withie. Harl. MS. 1105, fo. 21, and Bysshe’s Grants, fo. 23, Her. Coll.
Barber„ Gabriel, London, gent., 1627, by H. St. George, Clar. Grants II., 653, same as preceding, a cinquefoil ? for dilf.
Barber„ Robert, Ashmore, Dorset, crest 1 April 1670, by Walker. Harl. MS. 1172, fo. 69 ; Add. MS. 14,293, fo. 78 ; 14,294, fo. 23.

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Lord Mayor of London 1733

Notables
Adrian Barber (born 1938), British musician/producer
Alan Barber (1905–1985), English amateur first-class cricketer
Alden G. Barber (1919–2003), Boy Scouts of America figure
Aleesha Barber (born 1987), Trinidadian sprint hurdler
Alf Barber (1902–1967), British boxer
Allison Barber American university chancellor
Amos W. Barber (1861–1915), American surgeon and politician
Amzi L. Barber American pioneer of the asphalt industry
Andrea Barber (born 1976), American actress
Anthony Barber, Baron Barber (1920–2005), British cabinet minister
Antonia Barber (born 1932), English author
Arthur Barber (1898 – after 1925), English cricketer
Augustus Barber (1927–2008), American businessman and founder of Barber Foods
Ava Barber (born 1954), American country music singer and performer
Ben Barber (born 1984), Australian actor
Benjamin Barber (1939-2017), American political scientist
Bill Barber (born 1952), Canadian hockey player
Bill Barber (musician) (1920–2007), jazz musician
Billy Barber (musician), American keyboardist and composer
Bob Barber (cricketer) (born 1935), English cricketer
Bob Barber (American football) (born 1951), American footballer
Bob Barber (ice hockey) (born 1943), Canadian professional ice hockey player
Bob Barber (rugby union) (born 1945), New Zealand rugby union player
Bobby Barber (1894–1976), American character actor
Brian Barber (born 1973), baseball starting pitcher
Sir Brendan Barber (born 1951), General Secretary of the Trades Union Congress, United Kingdom
Bruce Barber (born 1950), New Zealand-born artist, writer, curator and educator
Bryan Barber (born 1970), American music video and motion picture director
Charles Barber (disambiguation), multiple people, including:
Charles Barber (artist) (c. 1784 – 1854), English landscape painter and art teacher
Charles Barber (author) (born 1962), American author on mental health and psychiatry
Charles Barber (brigadier) (1888–1965), Army officer
Charles Alfred Barber (1860–1933), British botanist
Charles Arnold Barber (1848–1915), Canadian architect and inventor
Charles Burton Barber (1845–1894), English painter
Charles Chapman Barber (died 1882), English lawyer
Charles E. Barber (1840–1917), Chief Engraver of the United States Mint
Charles I. Barber (1887–1962), American architect
Charlie Barber (1854–1910), American baseball player
Chris Barber (born 1930), British jazz bandleader and trombonist
Chris Barber (gridiron football) (born 1964), American football player
Chris Barber (philanthropist) (1921–2012), Chair of Oxfam 1983–89
Christopher Barber (painter) (1736–1810), English miniature painte
Clarence Barber (1917–2004), Canadian economist and academic
Sir Colin Muir Barber (1897–1964), British general
Dan Barber (born 1969), American chef and restaurant owner
Daniel Barber (director), British screen director
Daniel Barber (minister) (1756–1834), American Episcopalian minister
Danny Barber (born 1971), American soccer player
Darren Barber (born 1968), Canadian rower
David Barber (actor), British television actor
David Barber (cricketer) (born 1937), English cricketer
David G. Barber, Canadian scientist and academic
Del Barber (born 1983), Canadian country singer
Derek Barber, Baron Barber of Tewkesbury (1918–2017), agricultural expert
Dick Barber (1910–1983), American long jumper
Dominic Barber (1955–2003), English theatre director
Dominique Barber (born 1986), American football player
Don Barber (born 1964), Canadian-born ice hockey player
Donn Barber (1871–1925), American architect
Douglas Barber, Canadian businessman
Edward Barber (1893–1915), British soldier during World War I and Victoria Cross recipient
Edward Barber (minister) (died c. 1674), English Baptist minister
Edward Barber (priest) (1841–1914), Anglican clergyman
Edward Thaddeus Barleycorn Barber (1865–1948), Methodist minister on the island of Fernando Po
Edwin Atlee Barber (1851–1916), American archeologist and author
Elizabeth Wayland Barber, American author, expert on textiles, professor emerita of archaeology and Linguistics
Eric Barber (born 1942), Irish professional soccer player
Eric Barber (cricketer) (1915–1995), English cricketer
Ernie Barber (American football) (1914–1989), American football player
Ernie Barber (Australian footballer) (1895–1972), Australian rules footballer
Eunice Barber (born 1974), Sierra Leonean athlete
Forest Barber (born 1952), American racing driver
Frances Barber (born 1958), English actress
Francis Barber (c. 1735 – 1801), Jamaican manservant of Samuel Johnson from 1752 until Johnson’s death in 1784
Francis Barber (Colonel) (1750–1783), colonel in the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War
Fred Barber (born 1963), English soccer player
Frederick Barber (cricketer) (1887–1943), English cricketer
Gary Barber, chairman and CEO of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, film producer and co-founder of Spyglass entertainment
George Barber (artist) (born 1958) Guyana-born video artist
George Anthony Barber (1802–1874), English-born Canadian educator
George W. Barber, American race car driver
Gillian Barber (born 1958), English-born Canadian actress
Glenn Barber (1935–2008), American country and rockabilly performer
Glynis Barber (born 1955), British actress
Graham Barber (born 1958), English soccer referee
Greg Barber (born 1966), Australian politician
Harriet Barber (born 1968), English figurative painter
Harry James Barber (1875–1959), Canadian politician
Herbert Spencer Barber (1882–1950), American entomologist
Henry Barber (cricketer) (1841–1924), English cricketer
Henry Barber (rock climber) (born 1953), American rock climber
Henry Barber (sea captain) (18th century), British sea captain who discovered McKean Island
Sir Henry Barber, 1st Baronet (1860–1927), British property developer
Hilia Barber, Bissau-Guinean politician
Hiram Barber (1800–1888), American politician, pioneer and businessman
Hiram Barber Jr. (1835–1924), American politician
Horatio Barber (1875–1964), British aviation pioneer
Horatio Barber (cricketer) (1843–1869), English cricketer
Howard Barber (1877–1950), English-born Australian politician
Irén Barbér (Irena Barber) (1939–2006), Slovene author, journalist and notary in Hungary
Irving K. Barber (1923–2012), Canadian forest industrialist and philanthropist
Isaac Ambrose Barber (1852–1909), American politician
Jack Barber (1901–1961), English footballer
James Barber (author) (1923–2007), Canadian author
James Barber (biochemist) (born 1940), British professor of biochemistry at Imperial College London
James Barber (politician) (1921–2001), Pennsylvania politician
James Barber (rugby), New Zealand rugby footballer who represented New Zealand in rugby league
James A. Barber (1841–1925), American soldier in the American Civil War
James David Barber (1930–2004), political scientist
Jamie Barber, British restaurateur
Janette Barber (born 1953), American stand-up comic, television producer and writer
Jason Barber (born 1966), English farmer
Jenni Barber, American actress
Jerry Barber (1916–1994), American professional golfer
Jesse Barber (1888–1959), American baseball player
Jesse Max Barber (1878–1949), African-American journalist, teacher and dentist
Jill Barber (born 1980), Canadian singer-songwriter
Jim Barber (American football) (1912–1998), American football player
Jim Barber (ventriloquist), American ventriloquist, comedian and singer
Joel Barber (1876–1952), American architect
John Barber (basketball) (born 1927), American professional basketball player
John Barber (clergyman) (died 1549), English clergyman
John Barber (cricketer) (1849–1908), English cricketer
John Barber (engineer) (1734–1801), English coalmaster and inventor
John Barber (racing driver) (born 1929), American Formula One driver
John P. Barber, American electrical engineer
John Roaf Barber (1841–1917), Canadian industrialist and politician
John Warner Barber (1798–1885), American writer and illustrator
José María Chiquillo Barber (born 1964), Spanish politician
Joseph Barber (1757–1811), English landscape painter and art teacher
Joseph L. Barber (1864–1940), American politician
Joshua Barber (born 1977), American artist
Josiah Barber (1771–1842), first mayor of Ohio City, Ohio, US
Karen Barber (born 1961), English ice dancer
Karin Barber (born 1949), British anthropologist and academic
Kate Barber (born 1976), American field hockey player
Kantroy Barber (born 1973), American footballer
Katherine Barber (born 1959), Canadian lexicographer
Keith Barber (drummer) (1947–2005), London-born drummer
Keith Barber (footballer) (born 1947), English soccer player
Keith Barber (geographer), British geographer
Kimberly Barber (born 1959), Canadian mezzo-soprano and vocal pedagogue
Kris Barber, Canadian ice dancer
Kurt Barber (born 1969), American Football player and coach
Laird Howard Barber (1848–1928), American politician
Lakia Aisha Barber (born 1987), American basketball player
Leeonzer Barber (born 1966), American boxer
Len Barber (born 1929), English soccer player
Lesley Barber (born 1968), Canadian composer
Levi Barber (1777–1833), American surveyor, court administrator, banker and legislator
Lionel Barber (born 1955), English journalist
Lloyd Barber (1932–2011), Canadian university administrator
Lord Mayor of London, 1733
Lucius Israel Barber (1806–1899), American politician
Lynn Barber (born 1944), British journalist
Lynn Barber (make-up artist), American make-up artist
Malcolm Barber (born 1943), British scholar of medieval history
Margaret Barber (1869–1901), English Christian writer
Margaret E. Barber (1866–1930), English missionary in China
Marion Barber, Jr. (born 1959), American football player
Marion Barber III (born 1983), American football player
Matthew Barber (born 1977), Canadian singer-songwriter
Mark Barber, American Football player
Mary Barber (poet) (c. 1685 – c. 1755), English poet
Mary Barber (bacteriologist) (1911–1965), British pathologist and bacteriologist
Mary Elizabeth Barber (1818–1899), British-born pioneering amateur woman scientist
Matt Barber (actor) (born 1983), English actor
Me’Lisa Barber (born 1980), American track and field sprint athlete
Merrill P. Barber (1910–1985), American politician
Sir Michael Barber (educationist) (born 1955), British educationist
Michael C. Barber (born 1954), Roman Catholic bishop of Oakland
Michael Barber (chemist) (1934–1991), developer of fast atom bombardment
Michael Barber (academic) (born 1947), Australian mathematician, physicist and academic
Michael Barber (rapper) (born 1980), American rapper
Michael Barber (wide receiver) (born 1967), American football wide receiver
Mike Barber (tight end) (born 1953), American football tight end and minister
Mike Barber (linebacker) (born 1971), American football linebacker
Mikele Barber (born 1980), American track and field sprint athlete
Miller Barber (1931–2013), American golfer
Noel Barber (1909–1988), British novelist and journalist
Nola Barber (1901–1985), Australian mayor and community worker
Noyes Barber (1781–1844), American politician
Orion Metcalf Barber (1857–1930), American politician
Patricia Barber (born 1956), American jazz singer
Paul Barber (actor) (born 1951), English actor
Paul Barber (bishop) (born 1935), English bishop
Paul Barber (field hockey) (born 1955), English field hockey player
Paul Barber (soccer administrator), English soccer administrator
Peter J. Barber (1830–1905), American architect who was mayor of Santa Barbara, Ca
Phil Barber (born 1965), English soccer player
Polly Barber (1803–1898), Canadian teacher, farmer and businesswoman
Ray Barber (born 1923), singer
Red Barber (1908–1992), American sports broadcaster
Richard Barber (born 1941), British historian
Ron Barber (born 1945), American politician
Ronde Barber (born 1975), American football player (twin brother of Tiki)
Samuel Barber (1910–1981), American composer
Skip Barber (born 1936), American Formula One driver
Steve Barber (1938–2007), American professional baseball player
Steve Barber (right-handed pitcher) (born 1948), American baseball player
Tiki Barber (born 1975), American football player (twin brother of Ronde)
Tommy Barber, English footballer
Trevor Barber (1925–2015), New Zealand cricketer
Whitman A. Barber (1853–1930), American politician
William Barber (engraver) (1807–1879), Chief Engraver for the U.S. Mint
William Barber (Ontario politician) (before 1822 – 1889), Canadian businessman and politician
William Swinden Barber (1832–1908), English architect

American Revolution Veterans
Abner Barber, enlisted in New Hampshire, Rank of Surgeon
Andrew Barber, enlisted in Massachusetts, Rank of Private
Benjamin Barber, enlisted in Virginia, Rank of Private
Elleck Barber, enlisted in Rhode Island, Rank of Private
Emphraim Barber, enlisted in Connecticut, Rank of Ensign
Francis Barber, enlisted in New Jersey, Rank of Lieutenant Colonel
Henry Barber, enlisted in Virginia, Rank of Private
Isaac Barber, enlisted in Massachusetts, Rank of 5th Lieutenant
Jesse Barber, enlisted in Massachusetts, Rank of Drummer
Jethro Barber, enlisted in New Hampshire, Rank of Private
John Barber, enlisted in New York, Rank of Ensign
John Barber, enlisted in Virginia, Rank of Private
John Barber, enlisted in Virginia, Rank of Sergeant
Jonathan Barber, enlisted in Rhode Island, Rank of Private
Lebulon Barber, enlisted in New Hampshire, Rank of Lieutenant
Lemuel Barber, enlisted in Connecticut, Rank of Private
Major William Barber, enlisted in New Jersey, Rank of Adjutant
Moses Barber, enlisted in Massachusetts, Rank of Corporal
Moses Barber, enlisted in New York, Rank of Ensign
Richard Barber, enlisted in New Jersey, Rank of Private
Thomas Barber, enlisted in Rhode Island, Rank of Private
Thomas Barber, enlisted in Virginia, Rank of Captain
Thomas Barber, enlisted in Virginia, Rank of Lieutenant
Tim Barber, enlisted in New York, Rank of Private
William Barber, enlisted in Virginia, Rank of Major
Zebulon Barber, enlisted in New Hampshire, Rank of 1st Lieutenant
Zebulon Barber, enlisted in New Hampshire, Rank of Ensign

Civil War Veterans
Abram M. Barber, 1st Regiment, United States Lancers, Michigan Cavalry, Union, Michigan
Abram Barber, 21st Regiment, United States Colored Infantry, Union, U.S. Colored Troops
Addison D. Barber, 7th Regiment, Michigan Infantry, Union, Michigan
Absalom J. Barber, 5th Regiment, North Carolina Infantry, Confederate, North Carolina
Addison D. Barber, Unassigned Veteran Reserve Corps, Union, Veteran Reserve Corps
Adelbert Barber, 17th Regiment, Veteran Reserve Corps, Union, Veteran Reserve Corps
Alanson Barber, 184th Regiment, New York Infantry, Union, New York
Albert Barber, 1st Regiment, Louisiana Infantry, Confederate, Louisiana
Alexander Barber, 20th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry, Union, Massachusetts
Barber Barber, 13th Battalion, North Carolina Light Artillery, Confederate, North Carolina
Benjamin Barber, 11th Regiment, South Carolina Infantry (9th Volunteers), Confederate, South Carolina
Berry A. Barber, 2nd Regiment, Florida Cavalry, Confederate, Florida
Burnham Barber, 14th Independent Battery, Ohio Light Artillery, Union, Ohio
Byrant Barber, 15th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry, Union, U.S. Colored Troops
Byron B. Barber, Corps of Engineers (Regular Army), Union, Union Regular Army
Caleb A. Barber, 7th Battalion, Tennessee Cavalry (Bennett’s), Confederate, Tennessee
Charles Barber, 83rd Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry, Union, Pennsylvania
Charles Barber, 47th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry, Union, U.S. Colored Troops
Charles A. Barber, 3rd Regiment, Massachusetts Cavalry, Union, Massachusetts
Christopher C. Barber, 1st Regiment, Maryland Cavalry, Confederate, Maryland
Coleman Barber, 6th Regiment, Iowa Infantry, Union, Iowa
Daniel Barber, 13th Regiment, Kansas Infantry, Union, Kansas
Daniel Barber, 3rd Regiment, US Volunteer Infantry, Union, Union Volunteers
David Barber, 53rd Regiment, North Carolina Infantry, Confederate, North Carolina
Delos Barber, 85th Regiment, New York Infantry, Union, New York
Delos Barber, 35th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry, Union, U.S. Colored Troops
Dorrance W. Barber, 30th Regiment, Wisconsin Infantry, Union, Wisconsin
Dudley Barber, 6th Regiment, United States Colored Cavalry, Union, U.S. Colored Troops
Edson J. Barber, 106th Regiment, New York Infantry, Union, New York
Edward Barber, 23rd Regiment, Alabama Infantry, Confederate, Alabama
Elias Barber, 13th Regiment, US Infantry (Regular Army), Union, Union Regular Army
Ephraim Barber, 2nd Regiment, Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery (112th Volunteers), Union, Pennsylvania
Eugene Barber, 9th Regiment, New York Heavy Artillery, Union, New York
Ezra S. Barber, 1st Regiment, Rhode Island Cavalry, Union, Rhode Island
Francis Barber, 46th Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry, Union, Pennsylvania
Frank Barber, 22nd Regiment, Louisiana Infantry, Confederate, Louisiana
Frank Barber, Independent Battery, United States Colored Light Artillery, Union, U.S. Colored Troops
Gabriel Barber, 42nd Regiment, United States Colored Infantry, Union, U.S. Colored Troops
Gardner Barber, 124th Regiment, Ohio Infantry, Union, Ohio
Grove E. Barber, 104th Regiment, Ohio Infantry, Union, Ohio
Gwinn Barber, Clear Lake Independent Guards, Arkansas Infantry, Confederate, Arkansas
Haden D. Barber, 2nd Regiment, Missouri Light Artillery, Union, Missouri
Hardy Barber, 24th Regiment, North Carolina Infantry, Confederate, North Carolina
Hubert L. Barber, 10th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry, Union, Massachusetts
Hugh A. Barber, 33rd Regiment, North Carolina Infantry, Confederate, North Carolina
Isaac Barber, 8th Regiment, Florida Infantry, Confederate, Florida
Jacob Barber, 21st Regiment, United States Colored Infantry, Union, U.S. Colored Troops
James D. Barber, 3rd Regiment, Missouri Cavalry, Confederate, Missouri
James Barber, 2nd Battalion, Kentucky Cavalry (Dortch’s), Confederate, Kentucky
Jasper J. Barber, 9th Regiment, Louisiana Infantry, Confederate, Louisiana
Jehu Barber, 103rd Regiment, Ohio Infantry, Union, Ohio
Jessee O. Barber, 12th Regiment, Wisconsin Infantry, Union, Wisconsin
John Barber, 3rd Regiment, Missouri State Militia Cavalry (1st Organization), Union, Missouri
John B. Barber, 8th Regiment, Veteran Reserve Corps, Union, Veteran Reserve Corps
John C. Barber, 25th Regiment, Georgia Infantry, Confederate, Georgia
Joseph Barber, 91st Regiment, New York Infantry, Union, New York
Joseph A. Barber, 3rd Regiment, United States Colored Infantry, Union, U.S. Colored Troops
Joseph W. Barber, 5th Regiment, North Carolina Infantry, Confederate, North Carolina
Kimmans Barber, 24th Regiment, North Carolina Infantry, Confederate, North Carolina
Lafayette Barber, 41st Regiment, Wisconsin Infantry (100 days, 1864), Union, Wisconsin
Lawson Barber, 5th Regiment, Georgia Reserves, Confederate, Georgia
Leroy E. Barber, 1st Regiment, US Cavalry (Regular Army), Union, Union Regular Army
Lewis Barber, 2nd Regiment, Delaware Infantry, Union, Delaware
Lyman Barber, 1st Regiment, New York Veteran Cavalry, Union, New York
Malcom L. Barber, 14th Regiment, Alabama Infantry, Confederate, Alabama
Manly P. Barber, 1st Regiment, Rhode Island Light Artillery, Union, Rhode Island
Mathew T. Barber, 18th Regiment, Texas Infantry (Ochiltree’s), Confederate, Texas
McRuffin Barber, 24th Regiment, North Carolina Infantry, Confederate, North Carolina
Miles A. Barber, 99th Regiment, Indiana Infantry, Union, Indiana
Miron H. Barber, Unassigned Veteran Reserve Corps, Union, Veteran Reserve Corps
Morris Barber, 114th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry, Union, U.S. Colored Troops
Murdock Barber, 13th Battalion, North Carolina Light Artillery, Confederate, North Carolina
Myrtello Barber, 9th Regiment, Iowa Infantry, Union, Iowa
Nathan C. Barber, 33rd Regiment, Arkansas Infantry, Confederate, Arkansas
Nelson Barber, 55th Regiment, Ohio Infantry, Union, Ohio
Noyis Barber, 9th Regiment, US Infantry (Regular Army), Union, Union Regular Army
Orson Barber, 1st Regiment, Georgia Infantry (Olmstead’s), Confederate, Georgia
Oscar Barber, 1st Regiment, Virginia Cavalry, Confederate, Virginia
Osmer Barber, 68th Regiment, Ohio Infantry, Union, Ohio
Patrick H. Barber, 57th Regiment, Virginia Infantry, Confederate, Virginia
Peter Barber, 8th Regiment, New York Heavy Artillery, Union, New York
Pratt Barber, 88th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry (Old Organization), Union, U.S. Colored Troops
Pulia P. Barber, 24th Regiment, North Carolina Infantry, Confederate, North Carolina
Rafe Barber, 55th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry, Union, U.S. Colored Troops
Raswell Barber, 157th Regiment, New York Infantry, Union, New York
Reace Barber, Taylor’s Company, Georgia Infantry, Confederate, Georgia
Richard Barber, 10th Regiment, Tennessee Cavalry (DeMoss’), Confederate, Tennessee
Riley Barber, 26th Regiment, North Carolina Infantry, Confederate, North Carolina
Robbert Barber, 45th Regiment, Kentucky Infantry, Union, Kentucky
Romain W. Barber, 48th Regiment, New York Infantry, Union, New York
Ruffin Barber, 47th Regiment, North Carolina Infantry, Confederate, North Carolina
Samuel Barber, 11th Regiment, Michigan Cavalry, Union, Michigan
Samuel B. Barber, General and Staff Officers, Non-Regimental Enlisted Men, CSA, Confederate, Confederate Troops
Sidney Barber, 5th Regiment, Vermont Infantry, Union, Vermont
Silas Barber, 88th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry (Old Organization), Union, U.S. Colored Troops
Solomon Barber, 98th Regiment, Ohio Infantry, Union, Ohio
Stephen Barber, 7th Regiment, Louisiana Infantry (Colored), Union, Louisiana
Sylvanus A. Barber, 41st Regiment, Tennessee Infantry, Confederate, Tennessee
Theodore Barber, 143rd Regiment, New York Infantry, Union, New York
Thomas Barber, 6th Regiment, Georgia Cavalry, Confederate, Georgia
William Barber, 3rd Regiment, Confederate Engineer Troops, Confederate, Confederate Troops
William Barber, 1st Regiment, New York Light Artillery, Union, New York
William Barber, 37th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry, Union, U.S. Colored Troops
Zack Barber, 136th Regiment, New York Infantry, Union, New York
Zibe S. Barber, 31st Regiment, Missouri Infantry, Union, Missouri
Zina L. Barber, 47th Regiment, Iowa Infantry (100 days, 1864), Union, Iowa

Barber Coat of Arms Meaning

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