DENNIS L. LYNCH AND
ANNA "ANNIE" BARR-LYNCH FAMILY
Dennis Lynch was born in 1859, the year Oregon is admitted as the 33rd US state. A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens is published. He died 9/20/1936 in Glasgow, MO.
He married Anna "Annie" Barr, born in 1860 to Thomas J. Barr and Mary Grant-Barr, the same year as Annie Oakley and Billy the Kid. The Pony Express began its first run in 1860 from nearby Saint Joseph, Missouri to Sacramento, California, and Abraham Lincoln had been selected as the U.S. presidential candidate for the Republican party (yet he would not garner a single vote from Saline County, Missouri during the election).
Annie grew up farming in Saline County, Missouri with her five brothers and four sisters. Dennis and Annie married and had seven children.
Mary Lynch m. Paul G. Stockman Eight children: Beatrice Josephine Stockman, Katherine Stockman, Mary L. Stockman, Peggy Stockman, Jackie Stockman, Janie Stockman, Edith Stockman, and Dennis Stockman.
Michael B. Lynch
William E. Lynch d. 1947 Tucson, AZ
Charles D. Lynch b. 1893. d. 1990 Marshall, MO. m. Katie Brown-Lynch. Daughter Irene Lynch m. Louis Arth.
John Joseph Lynch b. 1895. d. 1918
Note: Irene Lynch-Arth (1915-2007 life time Marshall, MO. resident) m. Louis Arth on 12/9/1945, died 8/1/1984. Irene worked at Blosser Crippled Children's home and Mar-Saline Manor. Their son Larry Arth married Shiela, and would have three sons Blake, Brandon, Brian Arth.
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