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Compiled by Rita Haley, Sherri Schulte, Donna Copeland, Bill Sowers and Lois Delfelder.
Please direct comments, additions, corrections to: Bill Sowers, ksdocs@library.ks.gov



Name: Joseph Waddell Babb
Born:
Died:
Occupation:
County: Linn
Town:
Party: Republican
District: 48
Chamber: House 1870
Notes:
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Name: William Jasper Babb
Born: October 28, 1846 in Laurens District, South Carolina.
Died: June 15, 1923
Occupation: Teacher, Lawyer
County: Sedgwick
Town: Wichita
Party: Fusion 1899; Populist 1901
District: 70
Chamber: House 1899, 1901
Notes: Came to Kansas in 1887.
Source material:


1) - Handbook of the Kansas Legislature, 1901. Topeka, Kan. : Crane & Co., 1900.



Name: James F. Babbitt
Born: about 1812 in Massachusetts.
Died:
Occupation: Farmer
County: Brown
Town: Hiawatha
Party: Republican
District: 11
Chamber: House 1870, 1871
Notes: Spouse's first name listed as Martha.
Source material:


1) - 1870 U.S. Census, Hiawatha, Brown County, Kansas.



Name: H. C. Babcock
Born: about 1832 in Vermont.
Died:
Occupation: Farmer
County: Mitchell
Town: Cawker
Party: Republican
District: 87
Chamber: House 1875
Notes:
Source material:


1) - 1880 U.S. Census, Walnut Creek Township, Mitchell, Kansas.



Name: Stephen Godfrey Babcock
Born: August 10, 1846 in Tyre, Seneca, New York.
Died:
Occupation:
County: Kingman
Town: Kingman
Party: Democrat
District:
Chamber: House 1881
Notes: Married December 24, 1867 to Amelia M. Tipling.
Source material:


1) - 1880 U.S. Census, Kingman, Kingman County, Kansas.


2) - Tipling Family Descendents web page at rootsweb.com.



Name: Andrew G. Baber
Born: about 1833 in Tennessee.
Died:
Occupation: Farmer
County: Washington
Town: Clifton
Party: Republican
District: 11
Chamber: House 1874, SS1874
Notes: Spouse's first name listed as Melissa J.
Source material:


1) - 1880 U.S. Census, Clifton, Washington County, Kansas.



Name: Frank Bacon
Born: about 1842 in Ohio.
Died: May 12, 1897
Occupation: Real estate agent
County: Neosho
Town: Chanute
Party: Democrat
District: 46
Chamber: House 1873
Notes: Spouse's first name listed as Martha.
Source material:


1) - 1880 U.S. Census,Chanute, Neosho County, Kansas.



Name: John M. Bacon
Born: February 1847 near Elmira, Chemung County, New York.
Died:
Occupation: Farmer
County: Jackson
Town: Soldier
Party: Republican
District: 39
Chamber: House 1897, SS1898
Notes: Married and the father of two sons. Spouse's first name listed as Maggie.
Source material:


1) - 1900 U.S. Census, Soldier Township, Jackson County, Kansas.


2) - Handbook of the Kansas Legislature, 1897. (Topeka, Kan. : Crane & Co., 1897.)



Name: Gordon Albert Badger
Born: November 14, 1886 in Kansass.
Died: July 20, 1929
Occupation: Lawyer
County: Greenwood
Town: Eureka
Party: Republican
District: 24
Chamber: Senate 1921, 1923, SS1923
Notes: Married June 15, 1911 to Joy Smith.
Source material:


1) - Clan Gordon Web Page information at rootsweb.com.


2) - 1920 U.S. Census, Eureka Township, Greenwood County, Kansas.



Name: Jacob Baer
Born: about 1832 in Stark County, Ohio.
Died: 1909
Occupation: Farmer, General business
County: Coffey
Town: Burlington
Party: Republican
District: 61
Chamber: House 1876
District: 58
Chamber: House 1877
Notes: Spouse's first name listed as Eliza.
Source material:

1)---1880 U.S. Census, Burlington, Coffey County, Kansas.



Name: Julius M. Bahl
Born:
Died:
Occupation: Agent, Federal Land Bank
County: Ellis
Town: Hays
Party: Democrat
District: 89
Chamber: House 1937, SS1938
Notes:
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Name: H. A. Bailey
Born:
Died:
Occupation: Lawyer
County: Wyandotte
Town: Argentine
Party: Republican
District: 11
Chamber: House 1899
Notes:
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Name: John C. Bailey
Born:
Died:
Occupation: Merchant
County: Jefferson
Town: Perryville
Party: Republican
District: 4
Chamber: Senate 1869, 1870
Notes:
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Name: Julian F. Bailey
Born: January 22, 1857 in Lanaster Grant County.
Died: 1902
Occupation: Lawyer
County: Brown
Town: Horton
Party: Democrat
District: 37
Chamber: House 1913
Notes:
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Name: Lawrence Dudley Bailey
Born: August 26, 1819 in Sutton, Merrimack County, New Hampshire.
Died: October, 1891 in Garden City, Kansas.
Occupation: Farmer
County: Douglas
Town: Clinton
Party: Republican
District: 40
Chamber: House 1869
Notes: Came to Kansas in 1857. Elected to Territorial Legislature in 1858. Assisted in forming the Kansas State Board of Agriculture and served as president. One of the founders of the State Normal School. Justice of the Kansas Supreme Court, 1861-1869.
Source material:

1)---Online biography found in A Standard History of Kansas and Kansans A five volume set published in 1918 by William Connelley.



Name: Paul B. Bailey
Born:
Died:
Occupation: Lawyer
County: Brown
Town: Hiawatha
Party: Republican
District: 37
Chamber: House 1945, 1947
Notes:
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Name: Roy Freeman Bailey
Born:
Died: May 15, 1971 in Salina, Kansas.
Occupation: Editor
County: Saline
Town: Salina
Party: Republican
District: 29
Chamber: Senate 1945, 1947
Notes:
Source material:

1)---Topeka State Journal 5/15/1971.



Name: Willis Joshua Bailey
Born: October 12, 1854 in Mount Carroll, Illinois.
Died: May 19, 1932 in Mission Hills, Kansas.
Occupation: Farmer, Banker
County: Nemaha
Town: Baileyville
Party: Republican
District: 46
Chamber: House 1889
Notes: Governor of Kansas, 1903-1905. Came to Kansas in 1879. Representative to U.S. House of Representatives from Kansas, 1899-1901. Married in 1903 to Mrs. Ida B. (Albert) Weed. The town, Baileyville, Kansas, was named for his family. Buried in Mount Vernon Cemetery, Atchison, Kansas
Source material:

1)---Online biography found in A STANDARD HISTORY OF KANSAS AND KANSANS A five volume set published in 1918 by William Connelley.

2)---Biographical Directory of the United States Congress, 1774-1989, Bicentennial Edition. United States Government Printing Office, 1989.



Name: E. H. Baliff
Born:
Died:
Occupation:
County: Atchison
Town: Lancaster
Party: Republican
District: 10
Chamber: House 1870
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Name: J. D. Bain
Born:
Died:
Occupation: Physician
County: Barton
Town: Great Bend
Party: Democrat
District: 100
Chamber: House 1883
Notes: His death occurred before SS1884.
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Name: J. W. Bainum
Born: March 8, 1832
Died: July 3, 1915
Occupation: Farmer
County: Bourbon
Town: Mapleton
Party: Republican
District: 12
Chamber: Senate 1875, 1876
Notes:
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Name: Charles Martin Baird
Born: April 22, 1880 in Cowley County, Kansas.
Died: October 7, 1940
Occupation: Farmer, Stockman
County: Cowley
Town: Arkansas City
Party: Democrat
District: 50
Chamber: House 1929, SS1930, 1931
Notes: Married in Oct. 21, 1903 to Lenora Sophia Hadick (Who's Who in the Kansas Legislature, 1931, has her name as Leonora Hacicke). His father came to Kansas from Canada in 1871.He was chosen to be one of the first class of 1927 Master Farmers of Kansas.
Source material:

1)---Who's Who in the Kansas Legislature: Session 1931 / by Arch L. Bell. Great Bend, Kan. : Howell Printing, [1931?].

21)---Journal of the Kansas House of Representatives, 1941 Session. "House resolution No. 28", p.228.



Name: Charles Olin Baird
Born: November 18, 1878, in Shelby County, Iowa.
Died: November 1, 1945
Occupation: Merchant
County: Coffey
Town: LeRoy
Party: Republican
District: 31
Chamber: House 1929, SS1930, 1931
District: 15
Chamber: Senate 1933, SS1933, SS1934, 1935, SS1936
Notes: Came to Kansas in 1881. Married Daisy Deane McHenry on December 25, 1901.
Source material:

1)---Who's Who in the Kansas Legislature: Session 1931 / by Arch L. Bell. Great Bend, Kan. : Howell Printing, [1931?].

2)---Illustriana Kansas. (Illustriana Inc., Hebron, Nebraska, 1933.)



Name: William Baird
Born: April 13, 1836 in Hocking County, Ohio
Died: May 15, 1924
Occupation: Physician
County: Bourbon
Town: Fulton
Party: Republican
District: 22
Chamber: House 1903, SS1903
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Name: Douglas L. Baker
Born: July 4, 1950
Died:
Occupation: Attorney
County: Crawford
Town: Pittsburg
Party: Democrat
District: 3
Chamber: House 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980
Notes:
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Name: Earle Washington Baker
Born:
Died:
Occupation: Farmer, Machine salesman
County: Haskell
Town: Sublette
Party: Republican
District: 121
Chamber: House 1935, SS1936, 1937, SS1938, 1939
Notes:
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Name: Elizabeth Baker
Born: April 15, 1941
Died:
Occupation: Educator
County: Sedgwick
Town: Derby
Party: Republican
District: 82
Chamber: House 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, SS1987, 1988, 1989,
SS1989, 1990, 1991, 1992
Notes:
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Name: Floyd Perry Baker
Born: November 16, 1820 in Fort Ann, Washington County, New York.
Died: May 27, 1909
Occupation: Farmer/Attorney
County: Nemaha
Town: Centralia
Party: Republican
District: 3
Chamber: House 1861-62
Notes: Came to Kansas in 1860. From 1853-1855 he served as crown attorney and clerk of the district court in the Sandwich Islands (Hawaii). He was one of the organizers of the Kansas State Historical Society and its first Secretary. Married first on Feb 14, 1844 to Eliza F. Wilson. She died in 1850. Married 2nd on March 7, 1851 to Orinda Searle.
Source material:

1)---Online biography found in History of the State of Kansas (Shawnee County section) by William G. Cutler, first published in 1883 by A. T. Andreas, Chicago, IL.



Name: Frank E. Baker
Born: March 8, 1849 in Independent Township, Warren County, Indiana.
Died: January 25, 1882 Smith Center, Kansas.
Occupation: Farmer
County: Smith
Town: Smith Center
Party: Greenback and Democrat
District: 110
Chamber: House 1879
Notes: Married Abigail W. Wright. Owned the Cederville Democrat, changed to The Record.
Source material:

1)---submitted by great grandson, Timothy P. Baker. The Smith County Pioneer, Smith Center, KS.



Name: George Clay Baker
Born: February 15, 1896 in Le Roy, Coffey County, Kansas.
Died: January 2, 1973
Occupation: Lawyer
County: Shawnee
Town: Topeka
Party: Republican
District: 17
Chamber: Senate 1925, 1927, SS1928, 1929, SS1930, 1931
Notes: Elected to the State Senate in 1924 at age 28. At that time, he was the youngest person ever elected to the Senate. In 1928 he became the first person in 27 years elected to represent Shawnee County in the State Senate for a second term. He was the first Commissioner of Workers Compensation in Kansas in 1929. World War I veteran: served in an Army artillery unit. Married July 31, 1924, to Ruth Rodeen.
Source material:

1)---Who's Who in the Kansas Legislature: Session 1931 / by Arch L. Bell. Great Bend, Kan. : Howell Printing, [1931?].

2)---Journal of the Kansas State Senate, 1973 Session. "Senate Resolution No. 7." Pages 184-185.



Name: Harry Z. Baker
Born:
Died:
Occupation: Farmer
County: Cheyenne
Town: Bird City
Party: Democrat
District: 107
Chamber: House 1923
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Name: Hood S. Baker
Born:
Died:
Occupation: Farmer
County: Atchison
Town: Atchison
Party: Union
District: 10
Chamber: House 1863
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Name: J. L. Baker
Born:
Died:
Occupation: Merchant
County: Greenwood
Town: Eureka
Party: Republican
District: 85
Chamber: House 1877
Notes:
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Name: John T. Baker
Born: March 2, 1843 in Putnam County, Indiana.
Died: May 6, 1904 in Ottawa, Kansas.
Occupation: Farmer, Stockraiser
County: Franklin
Town: Lane
Party: Republican
District: 15
Chamber: House 1895
District: 16
Chamber: House 1899
Notes: Came to Kansas in 1854. Civil War veteran, Company D, 12th Kansas Volunteers. Married Hattie Ashby March 4, 1874 in Douglas County.
Source material:

1)---Handbook of the Kansas Legislature, 1895. George W. Crane & Co., Topeka, Kansas, 1895.

2)---Courtesy of John A. Jackson, KSGenWeb, Civil War coordinator through his research.



Name: Loren Baker
Born: 1920
Died: 1988
Occupation: Farmer (Retired)
County: Pratt
Town: Pratt
Party: Republican
District: 106
Chamber: House 1971, 1972
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Name: Lucien Baker
Born: June 8, 1846 near Cleveland, Ohio.
Died: June 21, 1907 in Leavenworth, Kansas.
Occupation: Lawyer
County: Leavenworth
Town: Leavenworth
Party: Republican
District: 3
Chamber: Senate 1893, 1895
Notes: Came to Kansas in 1869. Married.
Source material:

1)---Handbook of the Kansas Legislature, 1895. Topeka, Kan. : Crane Publishing, 1895.

2)---Biographical Directory of the United States Congress, 1774-1989, Bicentennial Edition. United states Government Printing Office, 1989.



Name: M. R. Baker
Born:
Died:
Occupation: Farmer
County: Wallace
Town: Chance
Party: Republican
District: 110
Chamber: House 1919, SS1919, SS1920, 1921
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Name: P. Y. Baker
Born:
Died:
Occupation: Farmer
County: Pottawatomie
Town: Westmoreland
Party: Republican
District: 17
Chamber: House 1869
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Name: Thomas H. Baker
Born:
Died:
Occupation:
County: Butler
Town: Augusta
Party: Republican
District: 67
Chamber: House 1871
District: 74
Chamber: House 1873
Notes: Won the seat on February 9, 1871, in contested election with L. S. Friend.
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Name: Thomas H. Baker
Born:
Died:
Occupation: Lawyer
County: Marshall
Town: Irving
Party: Republican
District: 7
Chamber: Senate 1863, 1864
Notes:
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Name: Joe F. Balch
Born: February 26, 1913
Died: 1978
Occupation: Lawyer
County: Neosho
Town: Chanute
Party: Republican
District: 28
Chamber: House 1943
Notes: His father, Orlin M. Balch, also served as representative from 1933-1936.
Source material:

1)---1943 Kansas Legislative Directory. (Topeka, Kan. : Kansas Business Magazine, 1943?)



Name: Orlin M. Balch
Born: November 4, 1877, in Earleton, Neosho County, Kansas
Died: 1947
Occupation: Merchant
County: Neosho
Town: Chanute
Party: Republican
District: 28
Chamber: House 1933, SS1933, SS1934, 1935, SS1936
Notes: Married in 1907 to Lizzie Foetisch; His son, Joe Balch, was also a Kansas legislator
Source material:

1)---Standard History of Kansas and Kansans, 1918



Name: Rufus E. Baldwin
Born: about 1835 in Dover, Windham County, Vermont.
Died:
Occupation: Farmer
County: Ottawa
Town: Ada
Party: Populist
District: 31
Chamber: Senate 1893, 1895
Notes: Came to Kansas in 1870. Married.
Source material:

1)---Handbook of the Kansas Legislature, 1895. Topeka, Kan. : Crane Publishing, 1895.



Name: Sherman Amos Baldwin
Born: 1827
Died: March 31, 1903 in Lawrence, Kansas.
Occupation: Farmer
County: Wabaunsee
Town: Wabaunsee
Party: Republican
District: 70
Chamber: House 1875, 1876
Notes:
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Name: William Baldwin
Born:
Died:
Occupation: Lawyer
County: Sedgwick
Town: Wichita
Party: Republican
District: 92
Chamber: House 1877
Notes:
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Name: Steadman Ball
Born: September 20, 1904 in Hiawatha, Kansas.
Died: May 16, 1977 in Atchison, Kansas.
Occupation: Lawyer
County: Atchison
Town: Atchison
Party: Republican
District: 2
Chamber: Senate 1945, 1947, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, SS1964
District: 2
Chamber: House 1957, 1958, SS1958
District: 17
Chamber: Senate 1965, 1966, SS1966, 1967, 1968
District: 1
Chamber: Senate 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972
Notes: Married October 26, 1929 to Eleanor Margaret Campbell.
Source material:

1)---1961 Kansas Legislative Directory. (Topeka, Kan. : Midwest Industry Magazine, Kansas Construction Magazine, 1961.)

2)---Who's Who in American Politics, Second Edition 1969-1970. (R. R. Bowker Company New York and London, 1969.)



Name: Volney Ball
Born: August 2, 1840 in Beverly, Randolph County, West Virginia.
Died: April 27, 1912 in Brookville, Saline County, Kansas.
Occupation: Farmer
County: Lincoln
Town: Colorado
Party: Republican
District: 86
Chamber: House 1874, SS1874
Notes: Founded in Beverly, Kansas.
Source material:

1)---Information supplied by Mike Day.



Name: Edward Ballaine
Born:
Died:
Occupation: Farmer
County: Crawford
Town: Crawford 1876; Walnut Station 1877
Party: Republican
District: 39
Chamber: House 1876, 1877
Notes:
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Name: Barbara W. Ballard
Born: November 14, 1944
Died:
Occupation: Administrator, University of Kansas
County: Douglas
Town: Lawrence
Party: Democrat
District: 44
Chamber: House 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, SS2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013
Notes: Married to Albert Ballard.
Source material:

1)--- http://www.kslegislature.org



Name: David Ellenwood Ballard
Born: March 20, 1836 in Franklin County, Vermont.
Died: December 29, 1926 in Miami, Florida.
Occupation: Farmer
County: Washington
Town: Washington; Ballard Falls
Party: Republican
District: 3
Chamber: House 1861
District: 104
Chamber: House 1879
Notes: Came to Kansas in 1857. Civil War veteran: 2nd Kansas Infantry. Lost his seat in the Legislature in a contested election January 16, 1867, to G. Henry Hollenberg. In 1867 he was appointed a commissioner to audit the Price Raid claims. Married December 25, 1865 to Louise Bowen.
Source material:

1)---Online biography found in A Standard History of Kansas and Kansans A five volume set published in 1918 by William Connelley



Name: Oakley Gabbert Ballard
Born: July 9, 1873 in Camden Point, Platte County, Missouri.
Died:
Occupation: Farmer, Stockman
County: Leavenworth
Town: Leavenworth
Party: Democrat
District: 6
Chamber: House 1903
Notes: He was the son of the Hon. W. H. Ballard of Weston, Missouri.
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Name: T. C. Ballinger
Born: about 1851 in Liberty, Union County, Indiana.
Died:
Occupation: Farmer
County: Coffey
Town: Burlington
Party: Republican
District: 32
Chamber: House 1893, 1895
Notes: Came to Kansas in 1880.
Source material:

1)---Handbook of the Kansas Legislature, 1895. George W. Crane & Co., Topeka, Kansas, 1895.



Name: John D. Ballou
Born: November 12, 1955
Died:
Occupation: Ballou Plastering, Inc.; Home inspector, Contractor
County: Johnson
Town: Gardner
Party: Republican
District: 43
Chamber: House 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004
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Name: Edward Payson Bancroft
Born: March 1, 1829 in Union, New York.
Died: December 25, 1904 in Chelsea, Michigan.
Occupation: Land Agent
County: Breckenridge
Town: Emporia
Party: Republican
District: 12
Chamber: Senate 1861, 1862
Notes: Came to Kansas in 1857. Married in 1853 to Mary B. Millspaugh. Civil War veteran: 8th and 9th Kansas. Accepted commission in volunteer service, lost seat March 1, 1862. Replaced by J. M. Rankin. Appointed Regent of Kansas State Normal School 1871-1873. In 1878, arrested and sentenced to two years in state penitentiary for selling bonds for State Normal School and keeping the money. In 1880 he moved to Chihuahua, Mexico and from there to Detroit Michigan.
Special Note: Breckenridge County became Lyon County in 1862.
Source material:

1)---"Biographies of members of the Legislature of 1861" Transactions of the Kansas State Historical Society, 1907-1908. Volume 10. Topeka, Kan. : Kansas State Historical Society, 1908. (pages 238-254)



Name: William Bancroft
Born:
Died:
Occupation: Farmer, Stockman (Retired)
County: Greenwood
Town: Eureka
Party: Republican
District: 47
Chamber: House 1953
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Name: Arthur C. Bangs
Born: about 1862 in Boston, Massachusetts.
Died:
Occupation: Transfer and mailman
County: Cowley
Town: Winfield
Party: Republican
District: 55
Chamber: House 1901
Notes: Came to Kansas when he was 17 years old.
Source material:

1)---Handbook of the Kansas Legislature, 1901. Topeka, Kan. : Crane & Co., 1900.



Name: Louis Banker
Born: May 2, 1858 in Hastings County, Ontario
Died: July 8, 1932
Occupation: Merchant
County: Russell
Town: Russell
Party: Republican
District: 86
Chamber: House 1909
Notes: Married Anna May Culbertson on July 20, 1890.
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Name: George L. Banks
Born: October 13, 1839 in Lake County, Indiana.
Died: August 20, 1924 in Independence, Kansas.
Occupation: Farmer/Real Estate and Loan businessman
County: Montgomery
Town: Independence
Party: Republican
District: 30
Chamber: House 1905, 1907, SS1908
Notes: First came to Kansas in 1871. Returned to Indiana in 1886. Came back to Kansas in 1896. Civil War veteran: Company C, 15th Indiana Volunteer Infantry. Married first October 8, 1864, to Olive W. Chandler. Married 2nd in 1904 to Mrs. Helen J. (Clarkson) Shoemaker.
Source material:

1)---Online biography found in A Standard History of Kansas and Kansans A five volume set published in 1918 by William Connelley.



Name: Albert J. Banner
Born: September 16, 1845 in Stokes County, North Carolina.
Died: March 30, 1905
Occupation:
County: Clay
Town: Clifton
Party: Republican
District: 70
Chamber: House 1887
Notes:
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Name: A. J. Banta
Born:
Died:
Occupation:
County: Washington
Town: Washington
Party:
District: 11
Chamber: House 1873
Notes:
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Name: A. Barber
Born:
Died:
Occupation:
County: Linn
Town: Paris
Party:
District: 48
Chamber: House 1871
Notes:
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Name: Marshall L. Barber
Born:
Died: 1911
Occupation:
County: Coffey
Town: Bancroft
Party: Republican
District: 59
Chamber: House 1879
Notes:
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Name: Oliver Barber
Born: December 10, 1816 in Franklin County, Pennsylvania.
Died: October 24, 1895 in Lawrence, Kansas.
Occupation: Farmer
County: Douglas
Town: Kanwaka
Party: Republican
District: 8
Chamber: House 1861
District: 9
Chamber: Senate 1865, 1866
Notes: Came to Kansas in 1856. Civil War veteran: served on the staff of General James G. Blunt for two years. Married November 8, 1858 to Malinda Burgess.
Source material:

1)---"Biographies of Members of the Free-State Legislature of 1857-1858." found in: Transactions of the Kansas State Historical Society, 1907-1908. Topeka, Kan. : Kansas State Historical Society, 1908.



Name: T. J. Barber
Born:
Died:
Occupation:
County: Anderson
Town: Garnett
Party: Republican
District: 20
Chamber: House 1889
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Name: Samuel W. Bard
Born:
Died:
Occupation:
County: Ellsworth
Town: Ellsworth
Party: Republican
District: 97
Chamber: House 1887
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