BARBOUR, B. JOHNSON. Youngest son of Governor Barbour, born 1821, died 1894; had great literary accomplishments
and extraordinary gifts as a speaker and conversationalist; was long Rector of the University of Virginia, and
Visitor to the Miller School, and, like his father, was greatly devoted to the cause of general education. He was
elected to Congress immediately after the war, but was not permitted to take his seat under the proscriptive regime
that then prevailed. He represented the County in the Legislature and was one of the earliest supervisors; was
the orator on the occasion of the dedication of the Clay statue in the Capitol Square in Richmond; and such was
his eloquence and scholarship that he was always in demand as an orator.
A History of Orange County, Virginia
By: W. W. Scott
Everett Waddey & Co.
Richmond, Va. 1907
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