1896 - 1965 (69 years)
||Lundie Weathers Barlow  |
||27 Jan 1896
||Anniston, Calhoun, Alabama, USA 
||30 Mar 1965
||Richmond, VA 
||13 Feb 2017 |
||Emmaline Jernigan Moore, b. 8 Feb 1901, White Plains, Greene County, GA , d. Jun 1990 (Age 89 years) |
||9 Aug 1920
||Athens, Clarke, Georgia, USA
||22 Dec 2003 |
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
- Notes from Encyclopedia of Biography - Contributed by: Kent Barlow:
Lundie Weathers Barlow
Associated with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation since it's inception in 1933, Lundie W. Barlow was the ranking district executive for its fourth, with offices in Richmond, Virginia. He was a descendant of one of America's founding families and belonged to a number of historical groups as a citizen greatly interested in the preservation of this country's heritage.
He was born in Anniston, Alabama, January 27, 1896, son of John Davis Barlow and Josephine Weathers Barlow. His father, a produce merchant and wholesale grocer, had also been a first lieutenant in the Anniston RIfles of the Alabama National Guard, a combatant in the Spanish American War, a steward in the Methodist Church and a leading citizen in his community. The family's first paternal American ancestor of record was Thomas Barlow of Southampton, England, who settled in Elizabeth City, Virginia, in 1652. The maternal side of the family in colonial days was represented by Samuel Weathers, who lived in Richmond County, Virginia, during the 1600's and was descended from Sir William Weathers of Lancashire, England.
Mr. Barlow studied at preparatory schools in Alabama and Florida and attended the University of Florida before going into business. Formerly with the Federal Reserve bank in Atlanta, Georgia, he had worked in the banking profession since 1921. In 1933, when it was organized, he became associated with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, serving with that government agency since then. In 1937 he was named supervising examiner with headquarters at Richmond, Virginia, of its fourth district, comprised of Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, and North and South Carolina. In 1946 he became supervisor of the New England district. In 1962 he returned to Richmond to reassume charge of the fourth district.
Other responsibilities he had held were the vice presidencies of Commercial Bank and Trust Company of Miami, Florida and Page Trust Company of North Carolina.
A veteran of World War I, he served as a second lieutenant in the United States Army Field Artillery stationed at Camp Meade, Maryland. He received his honorable discharge on December 10, 1918.
For forty years Mr. Barlow maintained a keen interest in heraldry. In addition, he was a student of medieval, pre-American and colonial history, genealogy, history and its reservation, he was an avid stamp and coin collector. A Fellow of the American Society of Genealogists as a Herald of the National Genalogical Society, he was a consultant to the committee on heraldry of the New England Historic Genealogical Society and Americans of Royal Descent, the Baronial Order of the Magna Charta, the Society of Colonial Wars of the Commonwealth of Virginia, the Jamestowne Society, the Order fo the Founders and Patriots of America, the Virginia Historical Society, the English Speaking Union and the Association for Preservation fo Virginia Antiquities.
Other affiliations included the Necomen Society of America, Alpha Tau Omega, Masons, Kiwanis and Downtown Club. He attended St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Richmond and was a Jeffersonian Democrat.
Lundie Weathers Barlow Barlow was married in Athens, Georgia, August 9, 1920, to Emmaline Jernigan Moore, daughter of Matthew Howell and Annie White "Moss" Moore. Her father was an educator and teacher. Mr. and Mrs. Barlow became the parents of two children:
1. Dr. Lundie Wathers Jr., of Cheyenne Wyoming.
2. Joanne Moss, who married Francis Feane Williams, Jr., and is the mother of
i. Cary Leigh
ii. Sally Archer Anderson
iii. Francis Deane III.
iv. Warren Barlow
The Williams family resides in Richmond.
In Richmond, Virginia, Lundie Weathers Barlow died March 30, 1965. A man of great ambition and with an intense interst in the preservation of American history and ideals, Lundie Barlow labored the major part of his life at this avocation while pursuing a busy and successful career as a banker.
From Encyclopedia of Biography
Contributed by: Kent Barlow
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