1888 - William Warren Barbour was born 31st of July in Monmouth Beach, Monmouth County, New Jersey.
1906 - Barbour graduated from the Browning School, New York City.
1910 - He became the amateur heavyweight-boxing champion of the United States and Canada.
He entered Princeton University but left after about one semester to join The Linen Thread Company.
1917 - William Warren Barbour became president of the company when his father, "The Colonel", died.
1916 - Barbour served as a member of the New York National Guard stationed on the Mexican border and attaining the rank of captain.
1919 - He served as timekeeper for the Jack Dempsey-Jess Willard fight.
1921 - Barbour married Elysabeth Cochran Carrere.
1922 - Barbour entered the political arena, serving as a member of the Rumson Borough Council.
1923-1928 - Barbour served as Mayor of Rumson.
1931-1937 - Barbour appointed a to the United States Senate to fill the vacancy created by the death of
Dwight W. Morrow.
1932-1937 - He was elected to the U.S. Senate on 8th of November.
1940-1943 - Barbour served as U.S. Senator to New Jersey.
1943 - He died 22nd of November because of heart attack at age 55 at his home in Washington, D.C.
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