Barlow Genealogy

Barlow in Delaware

Hollywood Cemetery     Harrington Kent Co Delaware

A. B. Barlow     11 December 1843     20 June 1909   

Inscription: Husband of Jane Barlow; Grand Army of the Republic (1861-1866)

Aaron Barlow     24 July 1813     10 December 1887      Inscription: Husband of Annie Barlow

Clarence W. Barlow     1912     1976    Inscription: U.S. Army

Elsie C. Barlow     1894     1972

Jane C. Barlow     22 February 1840     12 September 1889      Inscription: Wife of A. B. Barlow

Orrin B. Barlow     24 May 1884      10 December 1905     Inscription: Son of Jane C. & A. B. Barlow

William S. Barlow      1895     1954

Chester Bethel Cemetery    Wilmington New Castle Co Delaware

D. Elizabeth and James W. Barlow   D. Elizabeth Barlow     1916     1999

Harry and Rebecca Barlow   Harry M. Barlow     1892    1972     Inscription: Husband

James and D. Elizabeth Barlow   James W. Barlow     1912     1987

Harry and Rebecca Barlow   M. Rebecca Ford Barlow      1891      1980     Inscription: Wife

Mark W. Barlow   Mark W. Barlow     23 March 23, 1967     18 May 2003

   Mary E. Barlow      1894     1954

   Raymond H. Barlow     1894     1973

   Sarah R. Barlow     1918    1943     Inscription: His wife

   William L. Barlow    1917     1999

   Winfield S. Barlow     May. 13, 1939     Sep. 23, 2000     Inscription: Our Father who art in Heaven

Photos by Joenna Morgenstern  from  Find-A-Grave

Whatcoat Cemetery     Dover Kent Co Delaware

Timothy Barlow      17 February 1964       14 March 1995      222-56-2226 DE - temporary grave marker



Other Delaware Resources


State Facts:

Statehood:  December 7, 1787

Capital: Dover

Nickname:  The First State, Diamond State, Blue Hen State, or Small Wonder

Motto:  Liberty and Independence

The state seal was first adopted on January 17, 1777, and contains the coat of arms. It also bears the inscription around it "Great Seal of the State of Delaware" and the dates 1704, 1776 and 1787. Descriptions of the contents of the seal are as follows:

The Wheat Sheaf -- was adapted from the Sussex County seal and signifies the agricultural vitality of Delaware.

The Ship -- is a symbol of New Castle County's ship building industry and Delaware's extensive coastal commerce.

The Corn -- is taken from the Kent County seal and also symbolizes the agricultural basis of Delaware's economy.

The Farmer -- with the hoe represents the central role of farming to the state.

The Militiaman -- with his musket recognizes the crucial role of the citizen-soldier to the maintenance of American liberties.

The Ox -- represents the importance of animal husbandry to the state economy.

The Water -- (above the Ox) stands for the Delaware River, the main stay of the state's commerce and transportation.

State Bird: Blue Hen

State Flower:  Peach Blossom

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