Thomas Barlow III and Susan Childs Isbell
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THOMAS3 BARLOW (John2,
John1) was born c1775. DAR applicant shows his year
of birth as 1777 and year of death as 1863. Sketch
of William H. shows his death as 1825.
He married SUSAN CHILDS ISBELL January
28, 1794 Wilkes Co North Carolina
It is not been proven which Thomas married Susannah
Isbell, Thomas, the son of Henry, or Thomas, the
son of John Sr. Be sure to read "Which
Thomas" an article submitted for
publication in the original publication of "Bunches
of Barlows by John O. Hawkins stating his reasoning
and sources for believing that Thomas is the son
of John Sr.
If you would care to send your reasoning or sources
for Thomas being the son of Henry, then I would be
more than happy to publish that also. I am not a
member of this family, nor have I done research on
them, therefore, I am not biased.
Children of Thomas Barlow and Susan Isbel are:
||HASTINGS LIVINGSTON4 BARLOW born
27 March 1795, and died 1823
||NANCY M. BARLOW born
10 October 1796, and died 21 June 1834. She
married J.M. MCCANN
||CYNTHIA CHILDS BARLOW born 08 July
She married 1) GORDON HUMPHREY SCOTT She
married 2) D.W. FOOTE
||LAVINIA WALLER BARLOW born 07 July
||THOMAS JEFFERSON BARLOW born 26 December
||MARTIN BOLAR BARLOW born 12 November
||POLLY ISABELL BARLOW born
24 April 1807. She married JOHN
||WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON BARLOW born
13 September 1809
||JAMES MADISON ANDERSON BARLOW born
12 July 1812
LAVINIA WALLER4 BARLOW (Thomas3,
John2, John1) was born 07 July 1800
She married ROBERT
MONTGOMERY CARLTON about 1821, son of AMBROSE
CARLTON and MARY MONTGOMERY. He was born 31 January
1794 in Wilkes Co North Carolina.
AMBROSE CARLTON was a native of Virginia, born in
1764, and about the year 1788 married MARY MONTGOMERY
of his native State. Their family consisted of five
children, and in 1816 they settled in Lawrence County,
Indiana, where they lived the balance of their lives.
Mr. Carlton was one of the pioneer preachers of
Indiana in the Baptist faith. His death occurred
ROBERT M. CARLTON,
one of their sons, was born in Berks County, N.C.,
in the year 1794, and was with his father's family
when they came to Indiana in 1816. He married LEVINA
BARLOW of Kentucky, about 1821, and together
they reared a family of six children, these five
now living: William, Ambrose, Maria L. "Hutson",
James and Robert H.
Robert M. Carlton was one of the
principal men of the county, and at different times
carried on farming, grist and saw milling, wool-carding
and merchandising on the river to New Orleans.
In politics he was a Jeffersonian
Democrat and held several important positions in
the county among them being that of Representative
in the State Legislature during the term 1837.
His youngest son is Robert H. Carlton,
born November 27, 1834, and has been engaged in the
drug trade at Bedford ever since 1855. He received
a high school education, and is considered one of
the best mathematicians in the county, having followed
civil engineering on the Louisville, New Albany & Chicago
Railroad for some time.
His marriage to Miss SALLY L. DENSON,
of Bedford, was June 19, 1877.
He is Master Mason, and has held
nearly all the offices in Bedford Lodge No 14.
Politically he is a Democrat, and
as such was Treasurer of Bedford two years and in
1880 was elected County Clerk, being the only Democrat
in the county elected that year.
Children of Lavinia Barlow and Robert Carlton
born about 1824 in Lawrence Co Indiana
||AMBROSE CARLTON, born about 1826 in
Lawrence Co Indiana and died about 1901 in Terra Haute,
born 29 January 1828, Lawrence Co Indiana and died
04 February 1907 in Indiana
She married 1.) VIRGIL VESTAL 07 September 1848
in Bedford, Lawrence Co Indiana
She married 2.) JAMES L. HOUSTON 10 February 1857
in Bedford, Lawrence Co Indiana
||JAMES CARLTON, born 17 June 1832,
He married CAROLINA MITCHELL about 1850
||ROBERT H. CARLTON born
27 November 1834, Lawrence Indiana
He married SALLY/ CALLIE L. DENSON 19 June 1877.
||UNKNOWN CARLTON, born about 1836
JEFFERSON4 BARLOW (Thomas3,
John2, John1) was born 26 December 1804, died in 1873,
Ballard Co Kentucky.
He married 1.) MILDRED
'MILLIE' CANTRELL on 02 March 1833 in Bourbon Co
He married 2.) UNKNOWN
Note: Information for this family
is extracted from biography shown below.
Children of Thomas Barlow and Mildred Cantrell are:
|FRANCES A.5 BARLOW married JOHN
W. ALLISON of Bourbon Kentucky
||JOSEPH CANTRELL BARLOW born 1836
||JAMES M. BARLOW
I. BARLOW, Private, Co D 9th KY Mounted Infantry,
enlisted 21 October 1861, at Abingdon Virginia, promoted
to 4th Corporal, promoted to 4th Sergeant on 01 December
1862, promoted to 3rd Sergeant on 25 September 1863,
died of disease in 1864 at Montgomery Alabama.
||THOMAS BARLOW died young
WILLIAM BARLOW died young. In 1850, William, age 28, a farmer, born in Kentucky, is living in Richland, Phillips Co Arkansas with the Gilbert family. Census Image
Child of Thomas Barlow and unknown wife:
JESSE5 BARLOW was
born 18 November 1849, and died 12 July 1935
- 3 were born, two died young -
BOLAR4 BARLOW (Thomas3,
John2, John1) was born November 12, 1802 Scott Co Kentucky
and died in 1875 in Illinois.
He married FANNIE
E. CANTRELL on
March 16, 1830 Bourbon Co Kentucky. She was the daughter
of JOSEPH CANTRILL/CANTRELL, SR.
Children of Martin Barlow and Fannie Cantrell are:
||JOSEPH THOMAS5 BARLOW
MARY BARLOW married WILLIAM
Mrs. Mary Barlow Trimble
DAR ID Number 7779 Also No. 500
Born in Kentucky Wife of William W. Trimble
Descendant of Lieutenant Thomas Barlow, of Virginia
Daughter of Martin Livingston Barlow and Frances Cantrell,
Granddaughter of Thomas Barlow and Susan Childs Isabel, his
Thomas Barlow when nineteen volunteered under Lafayette, and
was Lieutenant at the Siege of Yorktown
She gives her father's middle name as "Livingston"----
Note: There are probably other children,
I just do not have a record of them at this time.
HENRY HARRISON4 BARLOW (Thomas3,
John2, John1) born 13 September 1809 in Georgetown
Kentucky, and died 14 December 1887.
He married LOUISA M. ALLGAIER. She
was born c1811 in Pennsylvania, and died before 1880.
William is shown as a widower in the 1880 census.
History of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison and Nicholas
edited by William Henry Perrin, O. L. Baskin & Co Chicago 1882
DR. WILLIAM H. BARLOW; Georgetown;
was born in Scott Co Kentucky, September 13, 1809.
He is of Virginia parentage. His father, Thomas H.
Barlow, was a substantial farmer. Susannah 'Isbel'
Barlow was his mother. His father was a particular
Baptist; his death occurred in 1825.
The subject of his sketch was educated
in the Rittenhouse Academy, which afterward became
the Georgetown College. He began the study of medicine
at the age of sixteen, with Dr. Alexander C. Keene,
of Georgetown, continuing three years. In 1827 he
began the practice of his profession in Georgetown,
where he has since practiced, in all forty-five years.
During the years 1820-30 he was located at Florence,
Kentucky, and from 1832 to 1836 was in Williamstown,
Dr. Barlow is a vegetarian, not
having tasted a particle of animal food for thirty-seven
years, to which fact he attributes his good health,
never having had a headache in his life, and having
been confined by five day in his life-time.
He has practiced fifty-four years
in regular practice, being busy night and day. He
never refused to go on account of poverty of both
black and white, and to the poor gave his medicine.
He has been in attendance at four thousand births.
In 1881 he retired, feeling that
he had done enough actual labor for one life-time.
Dr. Henry Craig was a fellow student
of his at college, and in the office Dr. Keene; he
was his contemporary in practice.
Dr. Barlow has made a study of literature,
being familiar with French; he has a large collection
of medical works in that language. He has collected
a large library of several hundred standard works,
with which he is perfectly familiar.
In 1827 he married Miss Louisa Allgaier,
of Cincinnati, Ohio. They raised nine children, three
of whom are still living, viz: Feresa V., wife of
Frank A. Lyon, of Lexington, Captain E. C. Barlow,
of Ouida, now Mrs. Harry S. Orr, of Georgetown.
Dr. Barlow's father brought the
first race horse to the county; it was Lamplighter.
He kept a stallion and bred blooded
horses, but was never on the turf.
In the 1860 Georgetown, Scott Co
Kentucky census, William is age 50 with wife Louisa,
48, children, Michael, age 23, Louisa, age 22, Laura,
age 19, and William, age 13. Also living in his home,
is a child, Lillie Cossins?, age 7 born in Louisiana,
and his daughter's family: Frank Lyons, age 37, Feresa,
age 32, Frank, age 6, Kate, age 2, and Caroline,
age 3 months.
In 1870 Georgetown, Scott Co Kentucky,
William is 60, Louisa is 58, and Laura is 29. Laura
Cousins, age 17 is still living in the home as well.
Also in the home however, are: Weedie? Tucker, age
35, and children Lillie, age 8, and Clark, age 7.
From Family Search Organization,
the 1880 census shows William to be a widower, his
age is 70. In his home is Weadie Tucker, shown to
be his daughter, age is 42. Her children, Lillie
and Clark, ages 19 and 17 respectively, and still
Laura Cousins, who is also shown as his granddaughter,
her age is now 27.
Children of William Barlow and Louise Allgaier are:
V.5 BARLOW born
c1828 in Ohio.
married FRANK A. LYON. They were living
in the home of her parents in 1870, with children,
Frank, Kate and Caroline.
||EDWARD C. BARLOW, born 1829 in Cinncinatti
||FEMALE BARLOW married HARRY
S. ORR. (This could possibly be Laura or Louisa)
||MICHAEL BARLOW, born c1837 in Kentucky
||LOUISA BARLOW, born c1838 in Kentucky
||LAURA BARLOW, born c1841 in Kentucky
||WILLIAM BARLOW, born c1847 in Kentucky
MADISON /ANDERSON4 BARLOW (Thomas3,
John2, John1) born 12 July 1812, near Georgetown, Kentucky,
and died 08 February 1923 in Salt Lake City, Utah.
He married ELIZABETH / daughter
of THOMAS BARLOW,
or SUSANNA BARLOW,
daughter of BILLY BARLOW on 24 June,
1835 in Lexington, Fayette Co Kentucky. Elizabeth Barlow
filed for divorce 06 January 1849.
--see note below-- See also new information sent 2014 per Cort Daniel
He married MARTHA (1850 census)
He married SUSAN
17 November 1852 in Salt Lake City Utah. She was born
04 December 1831 or on 16 September 1830 in New York,
and died 04 December 1886.
He married ELECTA
05 February 1856 in Salt Lake City, Utah. She was born
01 or 04 July 1828, in New York, and died 03 January
1879. She was a sister to Susan.
Kentucky marriage records show that James M. Barlow
married Elizabeth Barlow, daughter of Thomas
Barlow of Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky
June 24, 1835. I show her name as Susanna, the daughter
of Billy Barlow and the groom was James Madison Barlow
the date was the same. The real problem is what happened
to this union between 1835 and 1848. He left for Utah
in 1848 and she is not mentioned as a spouse in any of
the records after 1848. If she is mentioned, Susannah
is a third wife. No other details about her is mentioned.
I don't know whether this is wife #1 or not. Did the
union produce children? If so who, where and when? Did
she die, either from natural causes, incurable disease,
or childbirth? Where and When? Did they split the sheets
before he became a Mormon or was it because he chose
the Mormon faith? I could ask dozens more questions,
but I think you get the drift. This is a major hole in
my research, I have no clue as to their residence. Thanks
Fayette Co Kentucky Marriage Records:
James M. Barlow to Miss Elizabeth Barlow, daughter of Thomas
Barlow / Lexington / June 24, 1835 /
bk 7pg 1
also shown as:
Barlow, James M. and Eliza H. Barlow / June 26, 1835
In 1850, James, a jeweler, and Martha are in Salt Lake
City, Utah, his age 38, and hers is 42, children: John
Goforth, age 17, born in Indiana, Angeline, age 11, born
in Illinois, and William, age 8, born in Illinois.
In 1860, Salt Lake City Utah, James, a watchmaker, age
48, born in Kentucky, Susan, age 27, born in New York,
Electa, age 30, born in New York, Joseph, age 3, Jane,
age 3, James M., age 2, Marinda M., age 2, and Elizabeth
B., age 1 mo, all born in Utah.
In 1870, James, age 58, a dentist, born in Kentucy,
Susan, age 39, born in New York, Jane, age 13, Lillie,
age 8, and John, age 3. Next door, Electa Barlow, age
42, born in New York, Joseph, age 13, James, age 16,
Samuel, age 5, Kate, age 9, and Electa, age 3, all born
1880 census - Salt Lake City, 15th Ward, ED 44 image
In 1880, James is 67, a dentist, born in Kentucky, Susan M., wife,
age 49, born in New York, Joseph S. Barlow, age 23, brakeman, Jane
F., age 23, dentist, James M., age 22, clerk, Lillie D., age 20, milner
and hair worker, Kate, age 18, dressmaker, Samuel M., age 15, John
M., age 14, Electa M., age 12, and Joel, age 8, all born in Utah.
James M. Barlow, dentist 375 W First South Salt Lake
1890 Salt Lake City Directory:
Mrs Jane F. Barlow Boards: 375 W First South Salt Lake
Joel Barlow Sierra Nevada Lumber Co, teamster 375
W First South Salt Lake
J. M. Barlow, clerk 178 A Street
S. M. Barlow Z. C. M. I., salesman 375 W First South
James M. Barlow 375 W First South Salt Lake
James M. Barlow Clark, Eldredge & Co, clerk 178 A Street
Samuel M Barlow Washington Mfg Co, agent 20 Commercial 329 W Fourth North
S. M. Barlow Washington Manufacturing Co, agent teas, coffees and spices
of former citizen of Georgetown--------
Mr. Jas M. Barlow died
Salt Lake City, Utah on the 8th at the age
of 81 years. Deceased was an Uncle of our fellow
townsman Mr. E. C. Barlow and youngest brother
of the late Dr. W.H. Barlow. He was the father
of 8 children, one of whom is the noted minstrel
Milton G. Barlow.
I don't quite understand this obituary,
I believe it states that James had 8 children, one
of which was Milton G. --- However, Milton's
death certificate shows his father to
be William H., and mother, looks like Chrisale. James
brother, Wm. H. is married to Louisa Allgaiers. Bonnie
Willett says Milt was raised by his Uncle William. I
know that Milton belongs to the Bunches of Barlows,
but can't quite figure out where.
information on Milton G. Barlow
Early Mediums of Exchange
The Deseret Mint
At the request of President Brigham
Young, James Madison Barlow, pioneer of 1850, made
a new set of dies for $5.00 pieces. Barlow was on his
way to California and stopped off in Salt Lake City
where Brigham Young urged him to stay and join the
Mormons. He was assisted by Dougall Brown. The design
was more artistic than that of the former coins. On
the face of the coin were three mountain peaks which
formed the background, a stream of water in the foreground
and a lion in the center. Around the rim was 1860 Holiness
to the Lord, written in the characters of the Deseret
alphabet. The reverse side pictured an eagle with a
beehive on its breast and an olive branch and arrows
in its talons. Around the edge was the Deseret Assay
Office, Pure Gold. It is estimated that only a little
more than $1,000 was coined.
Pioneer Money, Banks and Bankers
Coins of 1860
At the request of President Young,
J. M. Barlow, a jeweler of Salt Lake City, made, in
his office, a set of dies for $5.00 pieces. He refined
the gold and coined it into money. This one denomination
was all the jeweler coined. It is reported that this
coin was of perfect workmanship, unexcelled by the
federal mints. It was regularly coined until prohibited
by Governor Alfred Cummings, Utah's first non-Mormon
The Utah War 185758
The Territorial Militia Called To Action
The Nauvoo Legion -- Utah Territorial
Militia,-- consisted at this time of all able bodied
men between the ages of eighteen and forty-five, and
was organized into military districts.
The general officers of the Legion
detailed for the command were: Daniel H. Walls, Lieutenant
General, commanding; Adjutant Generals, George D. Grant,
William H. Kimball, James Ferguson, H. B. Clawson;
Colonels, R. T. Burton, N. V. Jones,
James Cummings, C. W. West, Thos. Callister, John Sharp,
W. B. Pace, Lot Smith, Warren Snow, Joseph A. Young,
A. P. Rock-wood; J. L. Dunyon, Surgeon; Majors, H.
W. Lawrence, J. M. Barlow, Israel
Evans, R. J. Golding, J. R. Winder, J. D. T. McAllister.
Besides these officers, scouts and rangers were detailed
to perform special duties. Among these were O. P. Rockwell,
Ephraim Hanks and many others.
The nature of the campaign was such
that individuals were selected for certain service
without regard to their official station; thus officers
of the highest rank were found performing the duties
of company captains, or sharing the labors of men of
On the thirteenth of August orders
were issued for the first movement of the forces. It
was directed to Colonel Robert T. Burton, instructing
him to take the field with one hundred and sixty men
from the first regiment. He, however, started on the
fifteenth with but seventy men from the Life Guards.
Among the officers accompanying this
expedition were Colonel James Cummings of the general
staff, Major J. M. Barlow, quartermaster
and commissary, Major H. W. Lawrence, Captain H. P.
Kimball, Lieutinants J. Q. Knowlton and C. F. Decker.
They were afterwards joined by a company from Provo,
commanded by Captain Joshua Clark. The instructions
given Colonel Burton were to march to the east on the
main traveled road, affording aid and protection to
the incoming trains of immigrants, and to act as a
corps of observation to learn the strength and equipment
of forces reported on the way to Utah, and report to
headquarters; but not to interfere with life or property
of any one they might encounter on the road.
|Cort Daniel sends the following in May 2014:
I believe they had a daughter, Elizabeth. She was married Hiram Daniel and had several children since I have found references to this on Find a Grave
Their children from the "Find a Grave" record above were Ida L. and Adele.
I have found references to other children in the 1870 Census that has Hiram Daniel as "Herman Daniels" on the Familysearch.org website These children are: Walter, Edith, and Ada. Walter Barlow Daniel married Amelia May Radley in NYC Jun 11, 1893 (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/F6W3-PHV). Walter and Amelia had one son, Cornelius Leroy Daniel (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FDGB-FLW).
Cornelius was my great-great grandfather. Walter B Daniel died a couple of years later possible 1895 on the job, per my great Aunt Shirley who is Cornelius's youngest daughter. Cornelius changed his middle name to "Walter" at sometime and it is unknown why. Please feel free to contact me if you care to add more information.
Children of James Barlow and Martha according
to the 1850 census:
||JOHN GOFORSH5 BARLOW,
born c1833 in Indiana.
ANGELINE BARLOW, born
c1839 in Illinois
||WILLIAM BARLOW, born c1842 in Illinois
Children of James Barlow, Electa Mott, and Susan Mott are:
||JOHN HERCULES5 BARLOW,
born 17 July 1853, and died 08 August 1853
||SUSAN BARLOW, born 14 September 1854,
and died 15 November 1854
||JANE FERGUSON BARLOW, born 01 January
1857, and died 10 June 1943.
||MIRANDA MARIA BARLOW, born 12 October
1858, and died 12 February 1860
||ELIZABETH DWIGHT BARLOW, born 31 March
1860, and died 22 December 1938
||ROWENA BARLOW, born 05 August 1863,
and died 14 December 1864.
||JOHN MADISON 'DOC' BARLOW, born 17 January
1866, and died 19 August 1928
He married ELIZA DESERET JENKINS. She was born in 1870.
||JAMES FERGUSON BARLOW, born 21 March
1869, and died 27 August 1869
||JOEL HENRY BARLOW, born 29 May 1872,
and died 14 April 1927.
Children of James Barlow and Electa Mott are:
||JOSEPH SMITH5 BARLOW,
born 06 December 1856, and died 25 March 1919
||JAMES MOTT BARLOW, born 17 October 1858,
and died 07 June 1917
'KATE' BARLOW, born 09 May 1861 in Salt Lake City
Utah, and died 14 June 1949 in Mesa, Maricopa Co Arizona.
||WILLIAM HARRISON BARLOW, born 27 June
1862, and died 27 November 1863
SAMUEL MOTT BARLOW,
born 16 February 1864, and died 25 June 1942
He married MINNIE PUGSLEY on 22 April 1889 in Salt
Lake City Utah. She was born 19 August 1863
Minnie P. Barlow Dies Of Neuritis
Mrs. Minnie Pugsley Barlow,
69, wife of Samuel M. Barlow of 433 H street,
died in a local hospital Tuesday at 1:45 a.m.
of neurities after a five weeks' illness. She
was born in Salt Lake and had lived here all
Surviving are her husband,
two daughters, Miss Minnie Barlow of Salt Lake,
and Mrs. Clyde E. Williams of Columbus, Ohio;
three sisters, Mrs. Ezra Thompson, Mrs. H.
J. Hayward and Mrs. Adelbert Beesley of Salt
Lake, and three grandchildren.
||ELECTA MOTT BARLOW ,
born 15 May 1868, and died 20 August 1927
She married 1) TONY JOHNSON She married 2) MR.
CANTRELL5 BARLOW (Thomas4,
Thomas3, John2, John1) was born 03 January 1836 in Scott
Co Kentucky, and died 17 September 1920 in Helena, Arkansas, burial in Maple Hill Cemetery, Helena, Phillips Co Arkansas
He married 1.) MARY
J. PORTER on February 09, 1870 in Phillips Co Arkansas.
He married 2.) MRS.
MARY E. GRANT in 1876 -- Note: I think her maiden
name was Harrell, based on her daughters DAR application. She was born in 1846, and died in 1897, burial in Maple Hill Cemetery, Helena, Phillips Co Arkansas.
In 1850, Joseph, age 24, a farmer, born in Kentucky, was living in a hotel in Langville, Phillips Co Arkansas. Census Image
(His age should actually be 14)
In 1860, J.C. Barlow, age 25, a clerk, born in Kentucky, was living with the Boyd family in St Francis, Phillips Co Arkansas. Census Image
|St Francis, Helena PO, Phillips Co Arkansas Census Image
10 June 1870 #239/247
||Clerk, Dry Goods
|William I. West
||Livery Stable Keeper
|Violet Ring (black)
|George Nickhols (black)
|Helena, Phillips Co Arkansas pg 231 Census Image
02 June 1880 #57/71
|Fannie A. Barlow
|1 Wd Helena, Phillips Co Arkansas pg 211 Census Image
05 June 1900 #915/1401/181 Ohio St.
Harrell is also enumerated as living alone, all data the same, in Big Creek, Phillips Co Arkansas, later in June 1900 Census Image
|Joseph C. Barlow
||Head / widow
|Joseph Barlow, Jr.
|1 Wd, Helena, Phillips Co Arkansas pg 98
16 April 1910 #915/--/-- Ohio Street
|Joseph C. Barlow
||Head / widow
|Andrew P. Coolidge
|Frances B. Coolidge
|Mary ____ Coolidge
|Joseph B. Coolidge
|1 Wd, Helena, Phillips Co Arkansas pg 96
24-26 January 1920 #915/81/88 Ohio Street Census Image
|Andrew P. Coolidge
|Frances B. Coolidge
|Mary B. Coolidge
|Joseph B. Coolidge
|Andrew P. Coolidge, Jr.
|Joseph C. Barlow
Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Eastern Arkansas
Joseph Cantrill Barlow
January 03, 1836 - September 17, 1920. Capt. J. C.
Barlow, dealer in hardware, stoves, etc., of Helena,
Arkansas, was born in Scott County, Kentucky, January
03, 1836, and is a son of Thomas J. and Mildred 'Cantrell'
Barlow, natives of Scott and Bourbon Co's, Kentucky,
The paternal grandfather was born in Old Virginia and
the grandmother in North Carolina, but at an early period
they moved to the wilds of Kentucky, making their way
thither on horseback, the grandmother carrying a large
cane which she pretended was a gun, and used in frightening
away the Indians. She was reared on the farm once owned
by Daniel Boone in the "Old North State." The
grandparents on both sides died in Kentucky, and were
farmers by occupation. Thomas J. Barlow was also a farmer,
and after living a useful and well-spent life, quietly
breathed his last in Ballard County, Kentucky, in 1873,
his wife's death occurring in Scott County, Kentucky,
she having borne him six children, three of whom are
Frances A. - wife of John W. Allison, of Bourbon County, Ky., Joseph
C. and James M. Edward was in the Confederate Army and died at Montgomery,
Thomas died in Kentucky and William
also died there when quite young. Mr. Barlow was married
twice and by his last wife had a family of three children,
Clifton J. being the only one alive.
J. C. Barlow was reared and favored
with the advantages of the common schools in Scott County,
Kentucky, but in 1859 came to Helena, Arkansas, and became
a salesman in a dry-goods establishment, this work receiving
his attention until the opening of the war, when he enlisted
in the Phillips County Guards, and subsequently got
a transfer to the Yell Rifles, with which he served until
the fall of 1861, when he joined the Second Arkansas
Battery, remaining with them until the close of the war.
After serving for some time as first lieutenant of artillery
he was appointed to the rank of captain by the secretary
of war, and was a participant in all the engagements
of his regiment. After the war he clerked in Memphis,
Tennessee, for about one year, then returned to Helena
and has since been conducting a hard-ware establishment,
this enterprise meeting with good success under his able
management. He has the largest stock of goods in the
town, and receives a most liberal share of public favor.
He filled a unexpired term as mayor of Helena, is president
of the Phillips County Fair Association, and since August
22, 1882, has held the position of colonel of the Arkansas
State Guards, receiving his appointment from Gov. F.
J. Churchill during the political troubles of that year.
He was married in 1869 to Miss Mary
J. Porter, a native of Helena, and in 1876 took for his
second wife Mrs. Mary Grant, by whom he has three children:
Fannie A., Harrell E. and Joseph C., Jr.
Captain and Mrs. Barlow are members
of the Episcopal Church.
CAPTAIN JOSEPH CANTRILL BARLOW
Captain J. C. Barlow, a beloved
citizen of Phillips County, Arkansas, died at
the home of his daughter, Mrs. A. P. Coolidge,
in Helena, on September 17, 1920. Joseph Cantrell
Barlow was born in Scott County, Kentucky, on
January 03, 1836. He went to Helena from Georgetown,
Kentucky in 1859 and made that his home until
the beginning of the War between the States.
In February, 1861, he participated
in the movement which resulted in the capture
of the arsenal at Little Rock from the United
States troops. In April, 1861, he enlisted as
a private in General Patrick Cleburne's command
and served with that distinguished Confederate
officer until the State troops were reorganized
and transferred to the service of the Confederate
States of America. He then joined the ND Arkansas
battery, having selected the artillery as his
arm of the service, and served under Major F.
A. Shoupe until that officer was transferred
to the Army of Tennessee.
The battery was a part of General
N. B. Forrest's command. Captain Barlow served
with General Forrest until within a few month
He was sent to Mobile and was
there during the siege of that city. After the
fall of Mobile he went to Meridian, Mississippi,
where he was paroled on May 13, 1865, as a member
of General Dick Taylor's command. Captain Barlow
was thought to be the last of the commissioned
officers serving under General Forrest.
After the war Captain Barlow
went to Memphis, Tennessee, and later returned
During the days of Reconstruction
Captain Barlow organized a section of artillery
and patroled Phillips County, every township
furnishing a company of cavalry, serving under
Colonel Paul Anderson. The result of this movement
was to take official affairs of the county out
of the hands of the carpetbaggers.
Captain Barlow served several
terms as mayor of Helena, and throughout his
life after the war he was identified with the
business interests and welfare of Phillips County.
No citizen of Helena was more
highly respected and none more popular personally.
He is survived by one daughter and one son, J.
C. Barlow, Jr., of Trenton, and seven grandchildren.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American
Revolution - Volume 100
Mrs. Frances Barlow Coolidge - DAR ID Number 99912 - Born in Helena,
Arkansas - Wife of Andrew P. Coolidge
1. Joseph Cantrell Barlow -1836-1920 - married 1876 Mary
E. Harrell --1846-1897--
Descendant of Jacob Cantrell and of Thomas Barlow,
2. Thomas J. Barlow --1804-73 --
married Mildred Cantrell
3. Thomas Barlow married Susan Isbell
- 1777-1863 - and James Cantrell b 1777 - married Miriam
4. Jacob Cantrell married Mary
Jacob Cantrell --1744-1790-- served
in the Hillsboro District in the North Carolina Line.
He was born and died in Orange County, North Carolina
Also No. 80391
Thomas Barlow --1760-1825-- was engaged
in the battle of Yorktown, serving under General Lafayette.
He was born in Caroline County, Virginia and died in Kentucky
Note from Susan - PLEASE
Please note that many of the older DAR qualifications are not proven,
and therefore cannot be used as a documented source of proof.
Children of Joseph Barlow and Mary Harrell
/ Grant are:
||FRANCES A. / B.6 "FANNIE" BARLOW married ANDREW
P. COOLIDGE Children: Mary, Joseph B., and Andrew Jr.
||HARRELL EDWARD BARLOW, born 1879, and died in 1904, burial in Maple Hill Cemetery, Helena, Phillips Co Arkansas
JOSEPH CANTRELL BARLOW, JR.
Second Lieutenant in Captain
James G. Thrall's AR Jackson Light Artillery
Battery at Battle of Johnsonville Tennessee,
promoted to First Lieutenant and assigned as
Assistant Quartermaster on General Staff. The
AR Jackson Light Artillery Battery was organized
in 1861, surrendered May 26, 1865, on rolls
of Prisoners of War paroled at Meridian Mississippi
on May 11, 1865
This record is found in Shelby Co Tennessee Death
BARLOW, JOSEPH CANTRELL JR. died 05 March 1925, age 2 months M W
Is he of this family?
JESSE5 BARLOW (Thomas4,
Thomas3, John2, John1) was born 18 November 1849,
and died 12 July 1935
He married CARRIE
MAE MILLER on
30 October 1888. She was born 30 October 1868 in
Barlow, Ballard Co Kentucky, and died 11 July 1923.
Her parents were WILLIAM R. MILLER and MELISSA MUSCOVALLEY
Thomas Jefferson Barlow was the
first of his family to settle in the "wilderness" of
Ballard County in 1849. Later his son, Clifton Jesse
Barlow built the classic 11 room Victorian house
which would become home to his wife and seven children,
the rural Victorian Barlow House. The house was left
as a gift to the residence of Ballard County by Vivian
J Barlow, the eldest of the seven Barlow children.
of Family Members and the Barlow House Museum
This family if from the research of Bob
Children of Clifton Barlow and Carrie Miller are:
JESSE6 BARLOW born
01 February 1895, and died 28 June 1900
Barlow, Kentucky --
Vivian Jesse Barlow,
95, of Barlow, died Thursday, morning at Lourdes
Hospital in Paducah.
Mr. Barlow, a native of Barlow,
was an Army veteran of World War I.
In September 1919, he entered
the teaching profession at Indiana State Normal
School in Indiana, Pa. In September 1921, the
Consolidated High School was formed and Mr.
Barlow taught music there for four years.
In 1929 he moved to Wallingford
Conn., where he taught at Choate School until
1965. He returned to Barlow following his retirement.
Mr. Barlow was a member of
a Masonic Lodge, Order of the Eastern Star,
Jackson Purchase Historical Society, the Shriners,
Filson Club of Louisville, and Sons of the
Surviving are a brother,
Thomas J. Barlow of Chevy Chase, Md.; two sisters,
Ruby Bradley and Norma Brown, both of Barlow,
and several nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death
by three brothers, Victor H. Barlow, Conway
C Barlow and Clifton W. Barlow. His parents
were Clifton Jesse Barlow & Carrie M. Barlow.
Memorial services will be
at 3 pm Sunday at Barlow United Methodist Church,
where he was a member.
Expressions of sympathy may
take the form of contributions to Barlow United
There will be no visitation.
of original with photograph
||VICTOR HUGO BARLOW born 12 August
1897, and died July 1987
||RUBY MILLER BARLOW bor 08 September
She married ROBERT L. BRADLEY
||CONWAY CLIFTON BARLOW born 20 January
1903, and died September 1979.
He married MARGUERITE CURTIN
||NORMA BARLOW born 08 January
She married JOHN GRIEST BROWN, JR
THOMAS JEFFERSON BARLOW II born
19 January 1907, and died 24 February 1992
He married LEE MADDOX
February 27, 1992
The Washington Times
District of Columbia
Barlow Sr., 85, former headmaster
of McLean School for Boys and Glenelg School
in Maryland, died of a heart attack February
24 while vacationing in Venice, Italy,
with his wife.
He was born in Barlow, Kentucky,
a town founded by his father at the turn
of the century. The house where he was born
is now a public museum. He went to Barlow
High School, then attended Murray State University
for a year before going to the University
of Virginia, where he earned a bachelor's
degree in 1930. He then began a lifelong
career in private education with a teaching
job at the McKenzie School in NY.
He moved to Washington to
teach at St. Albans School for Boys in 1931.
While there, he & Stanley B. Sofield
founded Camp Kinloch for Boys on Lake Champlain
In 1944, Mr. Barlow moved
to the New Canaan Country Day School in Connecticut,
but he returned to Washington after two years
to become assistant headmaster of the Longfellow
School for Boys in Bethesda. In 1960, he
became headmaster of McLean School for Boys
in Washington. He retired in 1965, only to
be called back to act as interim headmaster
at the Glenelg School, where he remained
a board member for 25 years.
Mr. Barlow was an active
member of the Reciprocity Club of Bethesda
and the Authors Club of Washington.
He is survived by his wife,
Lee Maddox Barlow of Chevy Chase; two sons,
Thomas Barlow, III of Paducah, Kentucky.,
and Will Barlow of Denver; Colorado, a daughter,
Henrietta Fridholm of Grosse Pointe, Michigan;
three grandchildren; five step grandchildren;
and two great-grandchildren.
A memorial service will
be held at 3 p.m. March 7 in the little sanctuary
at St. Albans.
THOMAS5 BARLOW (Martin4,
Thomas3, John2, John1) was born 31 January 1834 in
Boone Co Missouri and died in 1902.
He married ANNIE R. LYDICK in
1855, daughter of JACOB LYDICK. She was boen in 1835
and died in 1911.
History of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison and Nicholas
Counties, Kentucky, ed.
by William Henry Perrin, O. L. Baskin & Co., Chicago, 1882.
Bourbon County - Centerville Precinct
J.T. BARLOW, farmer; P. O. Centerville;
was born January 31, 1834, in Boone County, Missouri,
but has lived in Kentucky since 1846, and is the
son of Martin B. and Fanny A. "Cantrill" Barlow.
Martin was born in Scott County, Kentucky, from where
he moved to Missouri, but died in Illinois in 1875;
his wife was born on the farm where J.T., her son,
now lives, and died in 1846; she was a daughter of
Joseph Cantrill, Sr. The grandfather of our subject
came to Kentucky about 1780, and located in Scott
County, entering land and developing the same.
Mr. Barlow was married in 1855 to
Miss Annie R. Lydick, daughter of Jacob Lydick, of
Fayette County, and has five children: Lelia, married
to J. B. Ammerman, of Texas; Mollie, married to J.
T. Hill, of Bourbon County, now of Texas; Bettie,
married to John Stamps, of Bourbon County, now of
Texas; Ella and Frankie.
Our subject resided in Missouri
from 1855 to 1862, since which time he has lived
in Kentucky, for a short time in Fayette, afterward
in Bourbon; he owns 95 acres of good land, farms
in a general way and raises stock; has served as
Justice of the
Peace seven years in the Centerville Precinct, and is a Democrat.
Mrs. Barlow is a member of the Old
Union Christian Church, of Fayette County.
Children of Joseph Barlow and Annie Lydick
||LELIA6 BARLOW married J.B.
||MOLLIE BARLOW married J.T.
||BETTIE BARLOW born in Livingston Co
Missouri, married JOHN STAMPS - DAR
reference same as Ella's
ELLA BARLOW born in
Fayette Co Kentucky married JOHN J. WINSTON
Mrs. Ella Barlow Winston born Fayette Co Kentucky, married John
Descendant of Lt. Thomas Barlow
Joseph Thomas Barlow --1834-1902-- married 1855 Anna Lydick --1835-1911--
Martin Barlow married Fannie Cantrell 1836
Thomas Barlow married Susan Childs Isabell
CALLISTUS 5 BARLOW (CAPTAIN) (William4, Thomas3, John2, John1) was born December 24, 1829
in Cincinnati Ohio.
He married SARAH
E. "SALLIE" RAWLINS,
daughter of DR. JAMES and GABRIELLE RAWLINS September 07, 1852 in Georgetown,
Scott Co Kentucky.
See E.C. Barlow's Diary
History of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison
and Nicholas Counties, Kentucky
edited by William Henry Perrin, O. L. Baskin & Co., Chicago
CAPTAIN EDWARD C. BARLOW,
jeweler, Georgetown; was born in Cincinnati, Ohio,
in 1829, and was but four years old when his parents
returned to Georgetown, Kentucky, where they had
formerly resided; he was educated in the Georgetown
College and the Western Military Institute, where
he was a pupil of James G. Blaine, then a teacher
for Colonel Thornton Johnson. Our subject left school
in 1849 to learn the jeweler's trade with T. J. Shepard
and in 1851 engaged in the jewelry business; he married
in 1851 Miss Sarah Rawlins, daughter of Dr. James
Rawlins, of this county.
Mr. Barlow pursued his calling at
Georgetown until 1863, when he enlisted in the 40th
Ky Mounted Infantry, in which he first served as
Adjutant, but was promoted to the Captaincy of Co. "B" in
1864. He served in the Department of Kentucky and
participated in several engagements with General
Morgan and Adam Johnson. He was mustered out and
honorable discharged December 31, 1864; on his return
Captain Barlow engaged in the pursuits of civil life,
with little interruption except three disastrous
fires which occurred respectively, in 1869, 1875
and 1876, destroying his business blocks and entailing
an aggregate loss of $20,000.
In 1875, he built his present business
block in which is located Barlow's Hall, at a cost
of $15,000. It is the only public hall in the city,
and has a seating capacity of 600.
Captain Barlow has been a member
of the City Council since 1862, except two years.
He is the active friend of public
improvements, and a zealous advocate of common schools.
His son, James W., is an active
member of the firm of Barlow & Son, which does
an extensive business in jewelry, silverware, books
|Georgetown Kentucky, enrolled September 22,
1863, mustered in October 05, 1863 at Catlettsburg
Kentucky, Adjutant, 40th KY Infantry, promoted
February 26, 1864 to Captain, Co B 40th KY Infantry,
mustered out December 30, 1864 at Catlettsburg
Pension application no. 291663 filed June 12 1879, certificate
Widow SALLIE E. BARLOW's pension application no. 702975 filed
August 01, 1899, certificate no. 651107, resident Kentucky.
Child of Edward Barlow and Sarah Rawlins is:
JANE FERGUSON5 BARLOW (James4,
Thomas3, John2, John1) was born 01 January 1857 in
Salt Lake City, Utah, and died 10 June 1943 in Salt
Lake City Utah.
She married WILLIAM
STEWART MUIR on 01 January 1880 in Salt Lake City,
Utah. He was born 14 October 1849.
Volume 2 Biographies
Muir, Wm. Stewart,
a High, Counselor in the Woodruff Stake of Zion,
was born Oct. 14, 1849, in Salt Lake City, Utah,
the son of Wm. Smith Muir and Jane Stewart Robb.
He was baptized in June, 1859, at Bountiful, Davis
county, Utah; ordained a Teacher and labored as such
in a local capacity in Bountiful, and when that Ward
was divided in 1877, he was chosen and ordained Bishop
of the West Bountiful Ward. He held this position
until 1885, when he removed to Randolph, Rich county,
Utah. Since the organization of the Woodruff Stake
in 1898 he has acted as a High Councilor and as a
counselor to Wm. H. Lee in the presidency of the
High Priests quorum of that Stake. In early Utah
days he was a member of the militia, and served in
the Indian wars of 1865 and 1866 as an escort to
Pres. Daniel H. Wells. He went east with the last
Church train sent out after emigrants to the terminus
of the Union Pacific Railroad in 1868. Elder Muir
has married two wives, namely, Susan V. Grant and Jane
F. Barlow, by whom he has had seventeen
children. In 1892 he was arrested on the charge of
unlawful cohabitation and was fined $428, including
He is a carpenter, dairyman and farmer by occupation
In 1880, the census record showed
Jane to be a dentist.
Children of Jane Barlow and William Muir are:
MUIR born 13 April 1883, and died 20 June
He married CLARA EDVENA COTTAM. She was born 01
September 1888, and died 04 March 1976.
||CARL G. MUIR born 10 January 1885,
and died 30 October 1885
||MABLE MUIR born 17 March 1888, and
died 24 May 1890
||ETHEL BARLOW MUIR born 28 December
1891, and died 19 February 1945
She married LEON ROBBINS MATHEWS. He was born 16
May 1882, and died 11 April 1940
10 January 1897, and died 20 June 1958
She married JESSE BENTON SPANGLER
||BARLOW FERGUSON MUIR born 15 November
1898, and died 13 Apilr 1978
He married MERLE STRONG. She was born 08 February
1905, and died 16 September 1978
||VERNEE BARLOW MUIR born 17 April
1902, and died 26 January 1973
He married BERTHA MAY JOHN. She was born 30 March
1904, and died 22 April 1980
DWIGHT 'LILLIE'5 BARLOW (James4,
Thomas3, John2, John1) was born 31 March 1860 in
Salt Lake City Utah, , and died 22 December 1938
in Salt Lake City Utah
She married NATHANIEL
VARY JONES on 04 February 1885 in Salt
Lake City Utah. He was born 09 November 1850,
and died 18 April 1921
Latter-Day Saint Biographical
Volume 2 Biographies
Jones, Nathaniel Vary,
Junior, president of the High Priests
quorum of the Granite Stake, Salt Lake county,
Utah, is the eldest son of Nathaniel and Rebecca
M. Burton and was born in Salt Lake City, Utah,
November 9, 1850. He was baptized into the Church
of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Sept. 30,
1860, and soon after-wards ordained an Elder.
In January, 1868, he was ordained a Seventy,
and became a member of the 32nd quorum of Seventy.
In December, 1872, he married Janet Innes Swan.
He served as a deputy sheriff of Salt Lake county
for twoor three years. In November, 1876, he
was called to fill a preaching mission in the
United States and left Salt Lake City in November,
1876; he labored as a missionary in the States
of Missouri, Illinois and Ohio, until the month
of May, 1877, when he was called home on account
of the illness of his wife. June 27, 1877, he
was ordained a High Priest under the hands of
Apostle Orson Pratt and set apart as second counselor
to Bishop Joseph Pollard, of the Fifteenth Ward,Salt
Lake City. He occupied that position until the
death of Bishop Pollard in January, 1890. In
1885 he married Elizabeth Dwight Barlow and
in 1890 he married Barbara E. Morris. He read
law for several years in the law library of Senator
Arthur Brown in Salt Lake City, and in the month
of December, 1895, he was admitted to the bar
of the Supreme Court of the Territory of Utah;
he has followed the legal profession ever since.
In May 1898, he was set apart as second counselor
to Geo. B.Wallase, president of the High Priests
quorum of the Salt Lake Stake of Zion, and held
that position until the death of Pres. Wallace
in January, 1900. Jan. 28, 1900, he was set apart
as first counselor to John Cook, president of
the High Priest quorum in the Granite Stake of
Zion. He occupied that position until June 21,
1908, when he was chosen and set apart as president
of the High Priests quorum of Granite Stake,
which position he occupies at the present time.
services for Elizabeth Barlow Jones, 78,
who died Tuesday of complications following
a fall downstairs on December 1, will be
conducted at 36 East Seventh South street
at 12 noon Thursday, with Bishop L. LeRoy
Karren of the Wilford L. D. S. ward officiating.
Burial will be in the City cemetery.
Final rites for Elizabeth
Barlow Jones, 78, who died Tuesday, were
conducted today at 36 East Seventh South
Street today. Bishop L. LeRoy Karren of the
Wilford Ward was in charge. Burial took place
in City Cemetery.
Born in Salt Lake, March
31, 1860, she was a daughter of James Madison
and Susan Mott Barlow. Since the death
of her husband, N.V. Jones, she had lived
with a daughter, Mrs. Lillian J. Bird of
Los Angeles, and a son, Calvin B. Jones,
1391 Murphy Lane, coordinator in the Salt
Lake City schools. She had been active
in Church work in the Fifteenth, Sugar
House, Emerson and Hawthorne Wards. Surviving
are three children: Mrs. Bird, Mr. Jones
and Mrs. Clara L. Cook of Atlanta, Ga.;
two sisters: Mrs. Jane Muir of Logan and
Mrs. Kate Burton of Mesa, Ariz.; a brother,
S.M. Barlow of Salt Lake, and six grandchildren.
Children of Elizabeth Barlow and Nathan
||LILIAN VARY6 JONES born
17 November 1886, and died 11 January 1957
She married CHARLES GRANT BIRD. He was born 01 October
1884, and died 02 January 1955
||CLARA LUCINDA JONES born 12 January
She married JACK MURPHY COOK. He was born 22 June 1878
||CALVIN BARLOW JONES born 31 May 1892,
and died 05 June 1967
He married LUCILLE CHAPMAN. She was born 18 January
1902, and died 03 March 1954
||REBECCA MARIA JONES born 16 August 1893,
25 Oct 1893
||AARON BARLOW JONES born 17 October 1895,
and died 07 April 1934
He married BLISS IVINS. She was born 06 October 1899,
and died 05 February 1973
||KINGSLEY BARLOW JONES born 11 October
1900, and died 02 April 1911
HENRY5 BARLOW (James4,
Thomas3, John2, John1) was born 29 May 1872 in Salt Lake
City Utah, and died 14 April 1927 in Salt Lake City Utah.
He married EUPHEMIA
26 March 1895 in Salt Lake City Utah. She was born 24
January 1873, and died 07 February 1943
Children of Joel Barlow and Euphemia Reid are:
||JOEL CLIFTON6 BARLOW born
01 July 1895, and died 09 November 1918
||DEWEY BARLOW born 18 April 1898, and died
11 November 1974
||MILTON GEORGE BARLOW born 17 November
1899, and died 04 December 1967
He married MARY MARIA JONES. She was born 17 October 1899
||VIVIAN LEONE BARLOW born 13 February 1904,
and died 21 September 1972
She married MAURICE JEREMIAH DINEEN. He was born 18 August
||WILLIAM MUIR BARLOW born 28 March 1909,
and died 16 April 1977
||LAURETTA BARLOW born 15 March 1919, and
died 10 January 1946
SMITH5 BARLOW (James4,
Thomas3, John2, John1) was born 06 December 1856 in Salt
Lake City Utah, and died 25 March 1919 in Salt Lake City
He marrked CLARRISA
12 November 1885 in Salt Lake City Utah. She was born
31 August 1860, and died 09 April 1931.
Children of Joseph Barlow and Clarrisa Pugsley
AMES6 BARLOW born
03 June 1886, and died 20 November 1946
He married 1) ZORA LILLIAN LOVELESS He
married 2) INGABORG LILJENFELDT
||PHYLLIS PUGSLEY BARLOW born 04 August
1888, and died 15 August 1891
||EUNICE PUGSLEY BARLOW born 28 November
1890, and died 06 April 1937
She married 1) JAMES SIDNEY FRONTJES. He was born 09
She married 2) DANIEL HYRUM NALDER. He was born 11 September
RUTH PUGSLEY BARLOW,
born 07 November 1892, and died 03 December 1979
She married ARNOLD JAY CLINGER. He was born 18 August
1890, and died 23 May 1942
||CLARISSA PUGSLEY BARLOW born 11 April
She married EDWARD MAHONEY
||SARAH ISABEL BARLOW born 30 September
She married HERBERT EMIL MEILSTRUP. He was born 22 November 1895
||PHILIP MADISON BARLOW born 27 February
He married IRENE HOWARD FISHER. She was born 09 January
1897, and died 07 January 1981
||FLORENCE MOTT BARLOW born 22 November
MOTT5 BARLOW (James4,
Thomas3, John2, John1) was born 17 October 1858 in Salt
Lake City Utah, and died 07 June 1917 in Salt Lake City
He married EMMA JANE CLARK on
30 September 1889 in Salt Lake City Utah. She was born
11 April 1860, and died 11 October 1939.
Children of James Barlow and Emma Clark are:
||CLIFFORD CLARK6 BARLOW born
04 February 1884, and died 14 July 1965
He married MARY ELIZABETH NORDQUIST. She was born 07
MELVIN MOTT BARLOW born 29 September
1886, and died 10 March 1934
He married MARY ESTELLA SMITH. She was born 22 April
||ELLIS EMPEY BARLOW born 16 June 1890,
and died 22 May 1946
He married ANNA FORMAN STODDART. She was born 04 January
1892, and died 26 April 1979
||EMMA CONSTANCE BARLOW born 21 June 1896,
and died 19 October 1951
She married WALTER WHITE FIFE. He was born 28 May 1894,
and died 26 January 1980
||JOHN CLARK BARLOW born 12 November 1898
He married MAUDE BOWRING WOODBURY. She was born 04 December
'KATE'5 BARLOW (James4,
Thomas3, John2, John1) was born 09 May 1861 in Salt
Lake City Utah, and died 14 June 1949 in Mesa, Maricopa
She married WILLIAM
AUSTIN BURTON on 27 October 1881. He was born
21 January 1861, and died 01 April 1949
Children of Kate Barlow and William Burton
||WILLIAM AUSTON6 BURTON born
20 November 1882, and died 22 February 1956
He married EMILY MARIAR RIGGS. She was born 25 February
1886, and died 30 June 1925
||VERA PULCHURA BURTON born
15 August 1884
She married 1) FRANK J. VANCE She
married 2 ) E.J. ANDERSON
||GERTRUDE BARLOW BURTON born 13 April 1887
She married SIDNEY ALBERT DEAL
||VIVIAN SHIPLEY BURTON born 04 July 1889,
and died 28 April 1966
He married GRACE HUNSACKER. She was born 08 August 1890,
and died 13 November 1954
||CHARLES ELLIOTT BURTON born 14 May 1891
He married 1) ELTRA ROBERTS. She was born 27 June 1895,
and died 07 April 1934
He married 2) LYNN GRAY FINDLEY
||RHEATA MELISSA BURTON born 20 April 1893
She married ARTHUR JOSEPH VIAULT. He was born 23 April
1887, and died 08 May 1952
||HATTIE MINOR BURTON born 02 March 1895
She married BOYD ELLIS JOHNSON. He was born 23 February
||THERESA HILL BURTON born 08 January 1897,
and died 14 December 1961
She married ALEXANDER PETRIE.
||ROBERT TAYLOR BURTON born 04 August 1899
He married MARY ISABELL NICHOLS
||MINA CANNON BURTON born 24 March 1902
She married CHARLES MEAGHER
||FLORENCE BURTON born 08 July 1904, and
died 20 August 1962
She married 1) GEORGE MURPHY PENNINGTON. He was born 29
She married 2) LOUIS HARRIS
||JOSEPH BURTON born 14 February 1907 d:
19 Sep 1907
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