The Log Cabin

Joseph and Wealthy Ann Barret

 The log house was the home of the Joseph and Wealthy Ann Barnett family. The Barnetts lived there from near the turn of the century at least until Mr. Barnett's death in 1922. Family history says that Mr. Barnett built a log house from cedar logs which he drug from the Cimarron River, squared and assembled. The Barnetts had six children: Jim, Clyde, Carl, Ida, Daisy and Hannah. The Martin/Barnett family history is recounted in Pioneer Footprints Across Woods County. The east wall and northeast corner of the cabin are shown in this photo to the left.

Log Cabin North View Original Site

 The log house was the home of the Joseph and Wealthy Ann Barnett family. The Barnetts lived there from near the turn of the century at least until Mr. Barnett's death in 1922. Family history says that Mr. Barnett built a log house from cedar logs which he drug from the Cimarron River, squared and assembled. The Barnetts had six children: Jim, Clyde, Carl, Ida, Daisy and Hannah. The Martin/Barnett family history is recounted in Pioneer Footprints Across Woods County. The east wall and northeast corner of the cabin are shown in this photo to the left.

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