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Barrows, Marietta Griffin, 1844 - 1916, wife of Ezra, Dau. of Major Griffin, Sr. & Alvina Fleak; was a descendant of Benjamin
Griffin, a soldier of the American Revolution. Outstanding in her fidelity, devotion & self-denial for the welfare of her home and
all those who were dear to her, possissing a sublime faith in the divinity of justice, liberty & morality, she had a conviction that
right is mighty & will prevail. Footnote: Ezra Barrows was one of the individuals that tried to get the turkey as the symbol for
the United States instead of the Bald Eagle.|
|Barrows, Ezra Doan, 1835 - 1924 A soldier in Co. K, 39th Reg. OVI, 1861 - 1865, Flatboatman, husbandman, conservationist; was son of Orange Barrows & Harriet Doan, grandson of George Barrows, Sr. & Eunice Culver. A descendanbt of A. Culver who came to America on the Mayflower. George Sr., was the first one of the family to come to the Ohio Valley late in the 18th century. sorry no image|
|Wild TurkeyThe wild turkey is peculiar to America, supreme in the class of game birds and a symbol of the environments and association of our pioneer ancestors, who subdued the wilderness. It is progenitor of the domestic turkey, s super product of poultry breeding today, and emblematic of all American institutions.|
|Barrows, Clayton Ernest, 1870 - 1944; Agnes Theresa Walton, his wife, 1887 - 19__|
|Barrows, Clayton Ernerst, 1870 - 1944 footstone|
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