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"BARBER, BARBOUR. From the occupation of barber, Middle English harbour, a barber (and surgeon). Gilbert le Barber or Barbour and Michael le Barber were Scots prisoners taken at Dunbar Castle in 1296 (Bain, n, 742, 801), and Aleyn le Barbur of the county of Are rendered homage in the same year (ibid., p. 205). In 1305 John Barbitonsor [med. Latin form] rendered the accounts for the farm of Mountros (ER., 0 i, p. 438). William Barbitonsor had confirmation of a charter of lands in 1317 (REB., n, 5), Robert Bruce granted to Ade Barbitonsor a toft in Moifnt with two bovates of land adjoining (RMS., I, 38, 37), and in 1328 there is entry of a payment to Andrew Barber (ER., i, p. 98). In 1329 there is entry of a payment to Ade barbitonsor mentioned in another place as Alanus barber (ibid., p. 178, 214). Robert le Barber forfeited tenements in Borthwyk and Myntowe in 1336 (Bain, m, 321), Philip Harbour granted a charter in favor of his aunt in Aberdeen in 1383 (Friars, p. 20), John Barbour, archdeacon of Aberdeen, author of the "Brus," witnessed an instrument of concord between the bishop of Aberdeen and John de Forbes domimis ejusdem in 1391 (REA., i, p. 189). William Barber is a witness to the document. Robert Barber was presbyter of the diocese of Aberdeen in 1410 (REB., i, p. 27), John Barbitonsor of France was admitted burgess of Aberdeen, 1451 (NSCM., i, p. 13) and John Gray alias Barbour, a native of Edinburgh, had letters of denisation in England in 1463 (Bain, rv, 1336). A deliverance was made to Clappertoun Barbour for his fee in 1556 (Kelso, 480), Agnes Barber is recorded in Neither Barleyo in 1677 ( (Kirkcudbright), and George Barber of Turriff served in the first Great War (Turriff). Barbor 1625, Berbur 1500, Barbere 1365. "(The surnames of Scotland. George Fraser Black, 1866-1948)
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|John Barbour||John Barbour (c.|
|Haley Barbour||Haley Reeves Barbour (born October 22, 1947) is an American politician currently serving as the Governor of Mississippi.|
|Philip Pendleton Barbour||Philip Pendleton Barbour (May 25, 1783 ? February 25, 1841) was a U.|
|James Barbour||James Barbour (June 10, 1775 June 7, 1842) was an American lawyer, amember and speaker of the Virginia House of Delegates, the 19th Governor of Virginia, the first Governor to reside in the current Virginia Governor's Mansion, a U.|
|Scott Barbour||Scott Barbour (born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) is a businessman.|
|Mary Barbour||Mary Barbour (22 February, 1875 ? 2 April 1958) was a Scottish political activist, local councillor and magistrate who was closely associated with the Red Clydeside movement in the early 20th century.|
|William Warren Barbour||William Warren Barbour (July 31, 1888 ? November 22, 1943) was an American Republican Party politician who represented New Jersey in the United States Senate from 1931 to 1937 and again from 1938 until his death in office in 1943.|
|Marsha Barbour||Marsha Dickson Barbour (born in Monroeville, Alabama) has been the first lady of the U.|
|James Stacy Barbour||James Stacy Barbour (born April 25, 1966 in Cherry Hill, New Jersey), a.|
|Clarence Augustus Barbour||Clarence Augustus Barbour (April 21, 1869 ? January 16, 1937) was an American Baptist clergyman and educator most notable for having served as the president of Brown University.|
|John S. Barbour||John Strode Barbour, Sr.|
|Milne Barbour||Sir John Milne Barbour, 1st Baronet, JP, DL (1868 ? 3 October 1951) was a Northern Irish politician and baronet.|
|Thomas Barbour||Thomas Barbour (1735 ? May 16, 1825) was a prominent landowner and member of the Virginia House of Burgesses.|
|John Barbour||John Barbour (born 24 April 1933 in Toronto, Canada) is an actor, comedian, and television host, known as one of the hosts of the reality television series "Real People".|
|James Barbour||James Barbour (26 February 1828 ? 29 October 1895) was a prominent American lawyer, planter, delegate from Virginia to the 1860 Democratic National Convention, delegate to the 1861 Virginia secession convention, and a major in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil War.|
|Alfred Madison Barbour||Alfred Madison Barbour (17 April 1829 ? 4 April 1866) was a prominent American lawyer, delegate to the 1861 Virginia secession convention, and a major in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil War.|
|John Strode Barbour||John Strode Barbour (10 August 1866 ? 6 May 1952) was a prominent American newspaper editor, lawyer, mayor, and statesman.|
|Rowan Barbour||Michael Rowan Harvey Barbour was born 10 July 1922 in Gisborne and died 19 May 2004 in Taradale.|