Class of 1893
Commencement Day essay, “Right is Might.”
(“Commencement Day,” Daily Concord Standard, Concord, North Carolina, June 1, 1893, p. 1)
Birth: February 24, 1873, Cabarrus Co., NC
Death: Apr. 30, 1926, Winston-Salem, NC
Jacob J. Misenheimer (1823 – 1888)
Elizabeth J. Allen Misenheimer (1836 – 1916)
Abram Crews Misenhimer (1856 – 1857)*
Mary Belle Misenheimer Shumaker (1858 – 1946)*
Eliza Ann Misenheimer Allman (1860 – 1938)*
Martha Jane “Jennie” Misenheimer McAllister (1863-1954)*
Charles J. Misenhimer (1865 – 1952)*
Cora M. Misenheimer Buchanan (1868 – 1933)*
Effie Mae Misenheimer Tucker (1874 – 1946)
Bessie K. Misenheimer James (1876 – 1939)
Spouse: Rev. Jesse Homer Barnhardt (1873-1945)
Married: 1899, Cabarrus Co., NC
Mary Bess Barnhardt Wilson (1901 – 1987)
Max L Barnhardt (1904 -1978)
Margaret Rainey Barnhardt (1907 – 1962)
Mount Pleasant United Methodist Church Cemetery
Mount Pleasant, Cabarrus County, North Carolina, USA
Source: www.findagrave.com .
Greensboro Record (Greensboro, North Carolina), August 31, 1926, Page: 5
DEATH CLAIMS MRS. BARNHARDT
Wife of Former Presiding Elder Passed In Winston-Salem Monday Evening; Funeral Wednesday
WINSTON-SALEM, Aug. 31 – (AP) – Mrs. Hattie Misenheimer Barnhardt, wife of Dr. J. H. Barnhardt, presiding elder of the Winston-Salem district M. E. church, south, died last night at a local hospital after an illness of 10 days and following an operation. Mrs. Barnhardt’s condition became critical Monday morning, death resulting at 9:45 o’clock in the evening.
Tentative plans for the funeral are that services will be held at Mt. Pleasant church, near Concord, Wednesday afternoon at 2 o’clock, and burial will be in the church graveyard. Rev. J. W. Moore, pastor of the deceased, will be assisted in conducting the services by Dr. C. C. Weaver, pastor of the Centenary Methodist church, Rev. J. C. Cornett, pastor of the Mt. Pleasant church.
Mrs. Barnhardt came to Winston-Salem from Charlotte November 1, with Dr. Barnhardt, who took charge of the work in this district. Previous to the time she lived in Charlotte, she lived in Greensboro eight years.
The daughter of the late Jacob J. Misenheimer, she was born at Mt. Pleasant, Cabarrus county, February 25, 1873. She was educated at the Mont Amoena seminary, and following her graduation had taught in the public schools of her native county for several years. On May 1, 1900 she was married to Dr. Barnhardt.
She was consecrated Christian and active in the work of her church. She taught Sunday school class at the West End Methodist church of which she was a member. Mrs. Barnhardt had endeared herself to a large circle of friends during the short time she lived here.
The deceased is survived by two daughters, Misses Mary Bess and Margaret Barnhardt; one son, Max L. Barnhardt; six sisters, Mrs. M. L. Buchanan, Concord, Mrs. A. M. Allman, Mrs. R. L. McAllister, Mrs. A. N. James, all of Mt. Pleasant; Mrs P. W. Tucker of Waynesville, and Mrs. J. F. Schumaker, of China Grove; by two brothers, C. A. Misenheimer, Texas, and C. J. Misenheimer, Heavener, Okla.