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The Barlow's of Fairfield Vermont

From the research of Edson Barlow and additional information by Susan BARLOW Holmes from records found on this website
 
 

In the years 1789 and 1790, six Barlow brothers came to Vermont from New Fairfield / now Sherman, Connecticut, and settled at what is now Fairfield, Vermont.  These were 1.  Dimon, 2.  Hubbard, 3.  Ebenezer, 4.  Bradley, 5.  David and 6.  Samuel Barlow.  They were sons of David and Sarah 'Bradley' Barlow and were sixth generation descendants of the immigrant John Barlow of Fairfield, Connecticut (David5. David4, Samuel3, John2, John1)  A seventh brother, Gershom Barlow, remained at New Fairfield, Connecticut, were he raised a family.  A sister, Sarah Barlow, also remained at New Fairfield, were she married Levi Hubbell and raised a family.

"The Barlows were the outstanding early family of Fairfield, Vermont,"  according to "Some Early Records of Fairfield, Vermont" by Gilbert Harry Doane, 1938.   "The brothers took their father's 'proprietors share' of Fairfield and bought other shares to add to it. Hubbard, a surveyor, was especially prominent as a town officer and speculator in real estate in Fairfield and Smithfield.  The inventory of his holdings at the time of his premature death in 1804 fills many pages of the records in the Probate Court in St. Albans.  Many of the early land records of the town testify to his holding and numerous deals in real estate.  As he died without children -- his only child, Polly, born in 1789, and said to have been the first white child in Fairfield proper, died in infancy - his holdings passed to his widow and brothers.  Col. Bradley Barlow was the only brother who became prominent, although all remained in Fairfield except Samuel (who died in St. Albans).  Colonel Bradley was the father of Hon. Bradley Barlow, who became Representative of Vermont in the national Congress and a railroad president.  The original Bradley Barlow place is the stone house on Black Creek, now known as the Tierney farm.  Dimon Barlow lived on what is known as Brayton Fanton's farm at the railroad station.  Hubbard Barlow built the house now owned by S. Allen Soule.  

In the first Federal Census of 1790/1791 the six Barlow brothers and their wives lived in two households. Dimon and Hubbard Barlow were given as the heads of the households, probably because they were the only brothers who were married at that time. They were listed in the census as Diamond Barlow and Hubbart Barlow Esq. of Smithfield, Chittenden Co Vermont. Dimon had a wife and Hubbard had a wife and daughter.

Reference Sources:

[VV] Vermont Vital Records Index at Montpelier
[CH] Church Records
[C1850] Federal Census, 1850
[IGI] International Genealogy Index
[GR] Gravestone Records
[TAG] The American Genealogist
[SSI]  Social Security Index
[SR] Sexton Records
 
Generation 1
1.
Dimon Barlow, Jo-250, was born on October 09, 1766, at Fairfield, Connecticut [VV]. He was recorded at Fairfield, Vermont in the 1800-1820 censuses. 
He lived on what was later known as Brayton Fanton's farm at the railroad station, according to Gilbert H. Doane.  He died February 22, 1823, Fairfield, Vermont [VV], and was buried there in the Bradley Cemetery

Dimon Barlow married Susanna Seeley December 28, 1790, New Fairfield, Connecticut [CH].   She was the daughter of Abel and Betty 'Briggs' Seeley, born on May 20, 1766, at New Fairfield, Connecticut and died on December 04, 1841, at Fairfield, Vermont [VV]   She is buried there in the Bradley Cemetery.

Home of Dimon Barlow

Their children were:

 

Betsey Barlow, Jo-260, was born on March 29, 1792, at Fairfield, Vermont [VV].   She died on January 09, 1875.

She married a Mr. Spencer and they lived in Salisbury, Vermont and Brocton, Chatauqua Co New York.

7 Joel Barlow, Jo-261, was born on February 06, 1794, at Fairfield, Vermont [VV]
 

Aurelia Barlow, Jo-264, was born on February 18, 1796, at Fairfield, Vermont [VV].  She died on October 05, or 08, 1874.

She married Joseph Weeks on January 13, 1819.

8 Noah Barlow, Jo-262, was born on May 03, 1798, at Fairfield, Vermont [VV].
 
Horace Barlow, Jo-503, was born on January 25, 1800, at Fairfield, Vermont [VV]. He died on November 14, 1823 of yellow fever at Natchez, Adams Co Mississippi, [SR] where he had gone with his brother Abel.   He did not marry.
 

Susan Barlow, Jo-265, was born on June 23, 1802 at Fairfield, Vermont [VV].   She died October 13, 1880, and was buried in Greenwood Cemetery at St. Albans, Vermont.

She married Hiram Bellows on June 05, 1832, at Fairfield, Vermont [VV].

Abel S. Barlow, Jo-504, was born on March 02, 1805 or 1806, at Fairfield, Vermont.  He was a residence of Natchez, Adams Co Mississippi, where he was recorded in the 1830 census.  He died on February 09, 1832, at Natchez of 'mania' according to his death notice in a Natchez newspaper.[SR]

9 Daniel G. Barlow, Jo-263, was born on October 23, 1808, at Fairfield, Vermont [VV]
 

Charlotte Barlow, Jo-266, was born on February 25, 1812, at Fairfield, Vermont [VV].  She died on July 26, 1885, and was buried in the Greenwood Cemetery at St. Albans, Vermont.

She married Victor Atwood on January 16, 1842, at St. Albans [VV] and their children were Charles Atwood, and Barlow Atwood.  Victor Atwood was the son of Levi and Lucretia 'Waterman' Atwood, born on May 31, 1807, at Cambridge, Vermont. He was a merchant and they settled at St. Albans.

 
2.
Hubbard Barlow, Jo-252, was born in 1768, probably at Fairfield, Connecticut. He was recorded at Fairfield, Vermont in the 1800 census.   He died March 11, 1804 Fairfield, Vermont, and buried there in the Episcopal Church Cemetery.

On March 13, 1791, Hubbard Barlow, Justice of the Peace, issued a notice for a Fairfield, Vermont, town meeting which was held on March 30, 1791. 

According to Gilbert Harry Doane:  "Hubbard, a surveyor, was especially prominent as a town officer and speculator in real estate at Fairfield and Smithfield.  Hubbard surveyed Fairfield and was appointed to the committee to layout the roads on February 13, 1787.   The inventory of his holdings at the time of his premature death in 1804 fills many pages of the records in the Probate Court at St. Albans.   Many of the early land records of the town testify to his holdings and numerous deals in real estate.   As he died without children - his holdings passed to his widow and brothers.   Hubbard Barlow built the house owned by S. Allen Soule."

Hubbard Barlow married Mary 'Polly' Hubbell on January 10, 1788, in New Fairfield, Connecticut [CH]  She was the daughter of Eleazer and Anna 'Noble' Hubbell, born on June 12, 1770, probably at Newtown, Connecticut. 

After Hubbard's death, she married second Bushnell Bostwick Downs of St. Albans, Vermont on August 25, 1804.   She married third Colonel Joshua Danforth of Pittsfield, Massachusetts, on February 11, 1823.  She died on July 04, 1850, at Shelby, Orleans County, New York.

The only child born to Hubbard and Mary Barlow was:

  Polly Barlow was born in 1789, supposedly the first white child born at Fairfield, Vermont.   She died in infancy.
 
3.
Ebenezer Barlow, Jo-251, was born in 1768, probably at Fairfield, Connecticut. He was recorded at Fairfield, Vermont, in the 1800 and 1810 censuses.  He died on September 19, 1819 / or 1814 at Troy, Rensselaer County, New York [VV] and was buried in the Greenwood Cemetery at St. Albans, Vermont [VV].

Ebenezer Barlow married Orissa B. Wilmarth about 1797, probably at Fairfield, Connecticut.  She was born about 1779, probably in Connecticut

Orissa married second Andrew Bradley who was born on January 13, 1754.  He was the son of Gershom and Jane 'Dimon' Bradley of Fairfield, Connecticut. She died September 17, 1855, at St. Albans [VV] and was buried there in the Greenwood Cemetery.

The children of Ebenezer and Orissa were:

  Henrietta Barlow was born on May 10, 1798, and died on May 15, 1798.
  Hiram Barlow was born on May 30, 1799, and died on August 30, 1800.
  Eloisa Barlow was born on March 27, 1801, and died on November 12, 1803.
10 Ebenezer Barlow, Jo-267, was born on May 20, 1803, at Fairfield, Vermont [VV]
 

Orissa Barlow, Jo-268, was born on May 20, 1803, at Fairfield, Vermont.  She died March 24, 1825, at Fairfield, and was buried there in the Barlow Cemetery [GR].

She married Dr. Thomas Chamberlain and their child was Orissa Chamberlain.

Barlow Cemetery, Fairfield Vermont

 

David Barlow, Jo-269, was born on July 11, 1805, at Fairfield, Vermont. He died in October, 1837, at Harrisburg, Texas, and his body was brought back for burial in the Greenwood Cemetery at St. Albans, Vermont [VV].   His burial records give him as Major David Barlow so apparently he was in the military. 
He did not marry.

11

Sarah J. Barlow,Jo-270, was born on May 20, 1803, at Fairfield, Vermont.   She died September 05, 1868, and is buried in Greenwood Cemetery St. Albans, Vermont.

12 Hiram Barlow, Jo-271, was born on July 06, 1809, at Fairfield, Vermont.
13

Eloisa Barlow, Jo-272, was born on July 06, 1809, at Fairfield, Vermont.   She died on July 12, 1876

 
4.

Bradley Barlow, Jo-253, was born on September 07, 1770, at Fairfield, Connecticut.   He was recorded at Fairfield, Vermont in the 1800, 1810 and 1830 censuses. He died October 16, 1836, at Fairfield, Vermont, and was buried there in the Bradley Cemetery.

Tombstone of Colonel Bradley Barlow

According to Gilbert Harry Doane, "The original Bradley Barlow place is the stone house on Black Creek, now known as Tierney Farm."

Bradley Barlow lived at Pawling, Dutchess County, New York before going to Vermont with his brothers. He ran a store there and he was recorded as leaving the Pawling Company of New York State Militia in 1796.

Bradley Barlow married Deborah Sherman, probably at Pawling, New York.  She was the daughter of Benjamin and Deborah 'Delano' Sherman.   She was born on March 13, 1776, at Pawling and and died on April 10, 1857, at Fairfield, Vermont [VV], and was buried there in the Bradley Cemetery.

Dutchess County New York Records: Index 1790-1963: LDS æfilm 09136578 
Benjamin Sherman, of Pawling NY, will June 07, 1804, recorded November 29, 1805, daughter Deborah, wife of Bradley Barlow.

There children were:

14 Hubbard Barlow, Jo-275, was born around 1795, probably at Pawling.
 
Darius Sherman Barlow, Jo-273, was born on December 31, 1795, probably at Pawling. He died on September 17, 1875, probably at Fairfield, Vermont. He did not marry and was recorded living with his mother at Fairfield, Vermont in the 1850 census.
  Polly Barlow born January 1798, and died April 07, 1799, probably at Fairfield, Vermont.
 
John J. Barlow was born on February 26, 1800, and died on April 12, 1801, probably at Fairfield, Vermont. He was buried in the Episcopal Cemetery at Fairfield.
 

Deborah Sherman Barlow, Jo-274, was born on June 24, 1805, at Fairfield, Vermont.  She died on April 08, 1868, at Highgate, Vermont, and was buried there in the Highgate Falls Cemetery.

She married Stephen Shelden Keyes on May 25, 1829, at Manchester, Vermont, and their child was Laura Keyes.  Stephen Keyes was the son of Stephen G. and Elizabeth 'Hyde' Keyes.

 
Bradley Barlow was born on July 15, 1807, and died on March 09, 1812, probably at Fairfield, Vermont. He was buried in the Episcopal Cemetery at Fairfield.
15

Laura Barlow, Jo-276, was born in 1809, probably at Fairfield, Vermont.   She died in 1875.

16 Bradley Barlow, Jo-277, was born on May 12, 1814, probably at Fairfield, Vermont.
 
5.
David Barlow, Jo-123, who was known as David Barlow 3rd, was born around 1773 probably at Fairfield, Connecticut [GR], and was a son of David and Sarah 'Bradley' Barlow, Jo-083. Around 1800 he moved to Vermont and settled with his brothers at Fairfield, Franklin Co Vermont, where he was recorded in the 1800 through 1840 censuses.   He died April 28, 1846, age 73, at Fairfield, Vermont, and buried there in the Bradley Cemetery.

David Barlow married first Hannah Patchen on August 16, 1789, at the Fairfield Church [FF].   She was a daughter of George and Elizabeth 'Williams' Patchen.  She died around 1798-1800, probably at Fairfield.

David Barlow married second Lydia Morse. She was a daughter of Daniel and Rebecca 'Munson' Morse, born in 1783 in Connecticut [C1850-60] 
She was admitted to and baptized as an adult in the Congregational Church at Fairfield, Vermont, on April 27, 1823.

She was recorded living with her son Sidney at Burlington, Vermont, in the 1850 and 1860 censuses.

She died on October 13, 1871, at age 89, and is buried in Bradley Cemetery, beside her husband.

Tombstones of David Barlow and Lydia Morse

Children of David Barlow and Hannah Patchen were  [Johnson FB; TAG July 1950 XXVI /3 / p192]:

 

Eunice Barlow, Jo-615, was born on October 23, 1790.

She married Joseph Lockwood on July 18, 1808, at the Greenfield Hill Church.   He was born on July 18, 1783. She died on April 11, 1877.

  Betsey Barlow, perhaps, was born around 1790-91, baptized on January 30, 1791, and died in infancy.
  Sarah Barlow, perhaps, was born around 1793.
 

Betsey Ann Barlow, Jo-616, was born on January 11, 1795, was baptized on October 30, 1795, died on May 05, 1874, at Newark, Essex County, New Jersey, and was  buried in the Upper Greens Farms Cemetery at Fairfield, Connecticut.

She married Burr Batterson on April 20, 1814, at Westport, Fairfield County, Connecticut   [Hartford Courant April 20, 1814]  He was born on February 20, 1795, and was a son of John and Sarah 'Allen' Batterson.

Betsey left her husband because he was not a "proper provider" and they apparently divorced.   She moved to Newark and lived with her daughter Mary Batterson Cobb.

Burr Batterson married second Eliza Baker around 1843.   He died on June 20, 1872, at age 77 years 4 months.  [The Batterson Family of Old Fairfield, Connecticut, by Bernice G. Sastrom]

See also: Ancestors of Elizabeth Ann 'Betsy' Barlow from the research of Frank McKane

  Samuel Barlow, Jo-617, was born in 1798 [TAG].
 

Children of David Barlow and Lydia Morse were:

17 Sidney Barlow, Jo-278, was born in 1801 in Vermont [C1850]
18
Emily Munson Barlow, Jo-279, was born 1804 probably Fairfield, Franklin Co Vermont. Emily 'Barlow' Carlisle was received into and baptized as an adult on May 31, 1839, in the Congregational Church at Fairfield, Vermont [CH]  She died on April 01, 1845, at age 41, at Sheldon, Vermont [VV], and was buried in the Sheldon Cemetery.
 
6.
Samuel Barlow, Jo-254, was born in 1775 [GR], probably at Fairfield, Connecticut. He was a resident at St. Albans, Vermont, and was recorded there in the 1810-1840 censuses.   He died on November 17, 1847, at St. Albans [VV], and was buried there in the Greenwood Cemetery.

Samuel Barlow married Sally H. -----.   She may have been Sarah Dimon, a daughter of Moses and Grizzell 'Thorp' Dimon of Highgate, Vermont.   She was born in 1780 in Vermont [GR, C1850].   She died on April 16, 1865, at St. Albans [VV] and was buried there in the Greenwood Cemetery.

Their children were:

19 Samuel Hubbard Barlow, Jo-280, was born in 1804 in Vermont [C1850].
  Hubbell Barlow, was born in January, 1801, and died on May 24, 1803.  He was buried in the Episcopal Church Cemetery at Fairfield, Vermont.
Generation 2
7.

Joel Barlow, Jo-261, was born on February 06, 1794, at Fairfield, Vermont [VV], and was a son  of Dimon Barlow and Susanna Seeley. He was a farmer and he was recorded at Fairfield in the 1830 - 1850 censuses.   He and his family moved to Wisconsin in 1852.   He died on April 23, 1873, in Rock Co Wisconsin and was buried there in the Grove Cemetery.

Joel Barlow married Lucy Burrall on May 20, 1830.   She was born on June 27, 1800, in Connecticut, the daughter of Ovid and Lucy "Wells" Burrall. She died on January 26, 1884, in Rock Co Wisconsin, and was buried there in the Grove Cemetery.

Their children were:

 
Laban F. Barlow was born on February 04, 1831, at Fairfield, [VV].   He died on March 17, 1831, at Fairfield [VV], and was buried there in the Bradley Cemetery.
20 Abel Barlow, Jo-291, was born on March 19, 1832 at Burlington, Vermont [VV].
  Charles B. Barlow was born on February 26, 1834.  He died on September 03, 1834, at Fairfield and was buried there in the Bradley Cemetery.
21 Henry Lillard Barlow, Jo-292, was born on April 20, 1836, at Fairfield.
  Charles D. Barlow was born in 1838.   He died on July 30, 1841, and was buried there in the Bradley Cemetery.
 
8.

Noah Barlow, Jo-262, was born on May 03, 1798, and was a son of Dimon Barlow and Susanna Seeley. He moved to the south probably in the 1820's with his brother Abel and settled at Natchez, Adams Co Mississippi. He was a lawyer there and was recorded at Natchez in the 1840 census.  He died on June 07, 1847, at Natchez and was probably buried there.

Noah Barlow married Margaret Postlethwaite -or Postlewaite on April 06, 1834, in Adams  Co Mississippi. She was the daughter of Henry and Elizabeth 'Morgan' Postlethwaite.  She was born on March 22, 1807, at Waynesburg, Green Co Pennsylvania, and died September 29, 1882 in Natchez Mississippi [Matthew Postlethwaite Genealogy]   After Noah's death she was recorded at Natchez in the 1850 census.

Noah Barlow was listed in partnership with a John Taylor at a firm called Barlow and Taylor Merchandising Firm in an Adams Co listing of business owners between c1822 and 1840.

Records show that Noah lived in Adams Co Mississippi, but land records show him to have purchased land in Madison Parish Louisiana in 1839 and 1846, both times he was shown to be a resident of Concordia Parish Louisana.   Noah is listed as a resident of Madison Parish Louisiana in 1840 as well as Adams County Mississippi. Concordia Parish is located directly across the Mississippi River from Adams Co Mississippi and a large number of residents and migrants to Concordia came to the parish by way of Adams County or the Natchez Territory. Many Adams County residents owned or worked on plantations in Concordia Parish, but lived in Natchez, Adams County. Noah was shown in census records to have many many laborers and slaves in his household, and I believe he was an owner of a large plantation in Concordia, and perhaps also in Adams Co Mississippi

See also:

Louisiana Land Records

There children were [C1850]:

 

Horace Barlow, Jo-484, was born in 1838 in probably in Natchez, Adams Co Mississippi [C1850]  He was recorded at Natchez with his parents in the 1850 census. 

He is believed to have served on the Confederate side in the Civil War as a Sergeant in Company G of the 12th Mississippi Regiment.

  Ann Barlow, Jo-485, was born in 1840 in Mississippi [C1850]. She is believed to have married John Robson December 12, 1866, in Adams Co.[IGI]
 
Henry Barlow, Jo-486, was born in 1844 probably at Natchez, Adams County, Mississippi [C1850].  He was recorded at Natchez with his parents in the 1850 census.
 

Noah Barlow, Jo-487, was born in 1844 probably at Natchez, Adams County, Mississippi [C1850]   He was recorded at Natchez with his parents in the 1850 census.  Noah died December 12, 1916 in Natchez Mississippi

Name
Age
Sex
Race
Res
Marital Status
Cause of Death
Occ
POB
POD
DOD
Reported by
Date Reported
Noah Barlow
77
M
W
Corner Orleans and Pearl St
S
Acute Cardiac Dilatition
Ret
Natchez MS
Corner Orleans and Pearl St
12-20-1916
R.D. Sessions MD
12-20-1916
 
Charles Barlow, Jo-488, was born in 1846 probably at Natchez, Adams Co Mississippi [C1850].  He was recorded at Natchez with his parents in the 1850 census.
  Elizabeth Barlow, Jo-489, was born in 1838 in Mississippi [C1850]
 
9.

Daniel G. Barlow, was born on October 23, 1808, at Fairfield, Vermont [VV], and was a son of Dimon Barlow and Susanna Seeley.  He died May 26, 1867, at Oconto Co Wisconsin and was buried there in Evergreen Cemetery.

Daniel G. Barlow married Melinda Farnsworth.

She was born on August 15, 1817, the daughter of James and Sarah 'Woodward' Farnsworth. She died in 1885.

Daniel apparently migrated to Mississippi and Louisiana first, with his brothers, Noah and Abel, as he is shown to have purchased land in Madison Parish Louisiana in 1837

Their children were:

 

Edwin Barlow was born in 1841, and died March 30, 1845, age 4 years at Fairfield [VV] He is buried in the same lot with Dimon Barlow, Jo- 250, in the Bradley Cemetery.

  Mary Barlow, Jo-287
22 William Barlow was born in 1856, and died on September 26, 1929.
 
10.

Ebenezer Barlow, Jo-267, was born on April 20, 1803 [family records], or on May 20, 1803 [VV], at Fairfield, Vermont, and was the son of Ebenezer Barlow and Orissa B. Wilmarth.   He died on October 11, 1830, at Fairfield [VV], and was buried in the Barlow Cemetery.

Ebenezer Barlow married Lucy-----  Lucy was born on February 26, 1807 [VV]  She died at Fairfield [VV], and is buried in the Barlow Cemetery.

Their child was:

  Orissa Barlow, Jo-448, was born about 1830.
 
11.

Sarah J. Barlow, Jo-270, was born on May 20, 1803, at Fairfield, Vermont.   She died September 05, 1868, and is buried in Greenwood Cemetery St. Albans, Vermont.

She married first Eben S. Dorwin (1803-1837) on January 25, 1825

Sarah married second Anson Buck, a son of Comfort and Mary Buck, on May 28, 1842.  He died on February 15, 1864, at St. Albans and is buried in the Bradley Cemetery.

Children of Sarah Barlow and Eben Dorwin were:

  Orissa Dorwin
  Eloisa C. Dorwin
  Emily B. Dorwin
 
12.

Hiram Barlow, Jo-271, was born on July 06, 1809, at Fairfield, Vermont, and was the son of Ebenezer Barlow and Orissa B. Wilmarth.  He was a farmer and was recorded at Fairfield in the 1840 and 1850 censuses.  He died on August 03, 1883, and was buried in Bradley Cemetery at Fairfield.

Hiram Barlow married Sappho Elvira Soule on May 04, 1831, at Fairfield. She was born on October 31, 1809 at Fairfield, daughter of Joseph and Esther 'Whitney' Soule. She died on January 30, 1880, and was buried in Bradley Cemetery at Fairfield.

Their children were:

 

Ebenezer Barlow, Jo-293, was born on January 14, 1832, at Fairfield, Vermont.  He was recorded living with his parents at Fairfield in the 1850 census.  He was a petroleum dealer at Titusville, Crawford Co Pennsylvania, in 1873.  He died on December 02, 1891, at Corfu, Genesee County, New York.

Ebenezer Barlow married Elizabeth Ann Collins in May, 1859, at Chardon, Ohio  [New England Historical Genealogy Register, Vol. 761]  She was born in 1841 at Chardon. They had no children.

  Marion Barlow, was born on April 14, 1834.  He died on September 12, 1836, at Fairfield.
 
Albert Soule Barlow, Jo-294, was born on July 18, 1836, at Fairfield, Vermont.  He was listed with his parents at Fairfield in the 1850 census.  In 1873 he was unmarried and a petroleum dealer with his brother Clarence at Parker's Landing, Pennsylvania.  He is believed to have died in Texas.
 

Edward Putnam Barlow, Jo-295, was born on February 01, 1838, at Fairfield, Vermont.  He was listed with his parents at Fairfield in the 1850 census.  He died unmarried on July 4, 1860, at Warsaw, Arkansas and was buried in the Bradley Cemetery at Fairfield. [New England Historical Genealogy Register, Vol. 761]  

He is believed to have been a soldier although no record of his service has been found.

 

Clarence Hiram Barlow, Jo-296, was born on January 20, 1841, at Fairfield, Vermont.  He was listed with his parents at Fairfield in the 1850 census. 

On March 26, 1862, he enlisted as a private at Fairfield in Company B of the 3rd Vermont Infantry Regiment. He was taken prisoner on September 04, 1862, near Sugar Loaf Mountain, Maryland, and was paroled the same day. He was recorded as deserting on January 24, 1863. In 1873 he was a petroleum dealer and resident at Parker's Landing, Pennsylvania.  

He died unmarried on May 10, 1913, at San Diego, California.

 

Florence Marion Barlow, Jo-297, was born on September 20, 1846, at Fairfield.  She died in March 1928.

She married Wallace Corning Dickey on November 23, 1870, at Fairfield.

 
Ellen Augusta Barlow, Jo-298, was born on February 06, 1850, at Fairfield.  She died on December 02, 1940, at San Diego, California. She did not marry.
 
13.

Eloisa Barlow, Jo-272, was born on July 06, 1809, at Fairfield, Vermont.   She died on July 12, 1876.

She married Bradley H. Soule, the son of Salmon and Sarah 'Bradley' Soule.  He was born in 1798 and died in 1876.

There children were: 

  Charles Soule
  Octavius Soule
 
14.

Hubbard Barlow, Jo-275, was born around 1794 probably at Pawling, New York, and was a son of Bradley Barlow and Deborah Sherman.  He died in 1839 at Fairfield and was buried there in the Bradley Cemetery.

Hubbard Barlow married Lucy Keith.  She was born in 1798 in Vermont [C1850].   She died in 1877 at Fairfield and was buried there in the Bradley Cemetery.

There children were:

  Hubbard Barlow, Jo-302, was probably born around 1816. Nothing further is known of him and he may have died in infancy.
  Emeline Barlow, Jo-303, was born in 1818 probably at Fairfield.
  Mariette C. K. Barlow, Jo-304, was born on August 17, 1821, probably at Fairfield. She died on September 27, 1859, at Fairfield [VV] and was buried there in the Bradley Cemetery. [VV]
 

Ruel Barlow, Jo-306, was born in 1826 probably at Fairfield, Vermont.  He was a recorded as a farmer and living with his mother at Fairfield in the 1850 census.   He died in 1893 and was buried in the Bradley Cemetery at Fairfield.

Ruel Barlow married Julia Hatch on November 19, 1861, at Swanton, Vermont [VV]. She was the daughter Ezekial and Eliza Hatch.  In 1868, a Julia Gertrude Barlow changed her name to Julia Gertrude Hatch [VV].  It is believed that Ruel and Julia divorced and she changed her name back to her maiden name.

  Abbey Barlow, Jo-305, was born in 1829 probably at Fairfield.
 
15.

Laura Barlow, Jo-276, was born in 1809, probably at Fairfield, Vermont.   She died in 1875.

She married David A. Smalley

Their children were:

  Eugene Smalley
  Henry Smalley
 

Bradley Barlow Smalley, born November 26, 1836, and died November 06, 1909       

Biographical Sketch of Bradley Barlow Smalley        In Memoriam of Bradley Barlow Smalley     

  Jake Smalley
 
16.

Bradley Barlow, Jo-277, was born on May 12, 1814, at Fairfield, Vermont, and was a son of Bradley Barlow and Deborah Sherman.  He was a merchant and a Congressman.   He was recorded at Fairfield in the 1850 census and at St. Albans, Vermont, in the 1860 census.  He died on October 31, 1889 at Denver, Colorado [Denver Post death notice], and was buried in the Greenwood Cemetery at St. Albans.

Franklin, Grand Isle Counties, Vermont Business Directory, 1882
Barlow, Bradley Hon. St. Albans   Ex-member of Congress   President of Vermont National Bank   President of South Eastern Railway, of Canada, with office in Montreal   Owns several farms in various parts of Vermont North Main St

Life and Times of Bradley Barlow

Bradley Barlow married Caroline Farnsworth in 1837 probably at Fairfield. She was the daughter of James and Sarah 'Woodward' Farnsworth of Fairfield and was born on May 20, 1819, at Fairfield.

Their children, born in Fairfield were:

  Deborah S. "Dolly" Barlow, Jo-307, was born in 1838.   She died on April 09, 1860, at St. Albans and was buried there in the St. Albans Cemetery
  Helen K. Barlow, Jo-308, was born in 1840.  She died on October 29, 1858, at St. Albans and was recorded as being buried there in the St. Albans Cemetery.
  Joanna F. Barlow, Jo-309, was born in September 1841.  She died on March 11, 1860, at St. Albans.
  Laura Barlow, Jo-310, was born in 1844.   She married Frederick A. Metcalf and they moved to Denver, Colorado.
  Charlotte Barlow, Jo-311, was born in 1844.   She married W. H. Farrar [Sherman Genealogy] or Foster   Their child married Thomas Hanley.
  Anna M. Barlow, Jo-449, was born in 1847, and died on March 11, 1865, at St. Albans.
 
17.

Sidney Barlow, Jo-278, was born around 1801 in Vermont [C1850], and was a son of David Barlow and Lydia Morse.   He was recorded as a merchant at Burlington, Vermont, in the 1850 census.

Sidney Barlow married first Harriet Reed in November 06, 1828, at Burlington [VV].  She was born about 1801 and died on November 22, 1834, at Burlington and was buried there in  the Elmwood Cemetery [VV].

Sidney Barlow married second Caroline D. White.   She died on February 21, 1838, at the age of 30 [VV]. They had no children.

Sidney Barlow married third Mary Pope on December 03, 1839, at Burlington [VV]   She was born about 1809 in Massachusetts [C1850]

Children of Sidney Barlow and Harriet Reed were:

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Ellen Loomis Barlow, Jo-520, was born in 1831 probably at Burlington [C1850]

  Harriet Barlow, Jo-312, was born about 1833 probably at Burlington [VV].
  Children of Sidney Barlow and Mary Pope are:
  Edward Barlow, Jo-314, was born about 1841, probably at Burlington, Vermont [C1850  He was listed as living with his parents in the 1850 census.
  Horace Barlow, Jo-315, was born about 1842, probably at Burlington, Vermont [C1850] He was listed as living with his parents in the 1850 census.

Horace Barlow enlisted on August 23, 1862, at Burlington as a private in Company C of the 12 Vermont Infantry Regiment in the Civil War. He was mustered out on July 14, 1863, and received a pension on April 04, 1896, when he was a resident in Wisconsin.

  Mary Barlow, Jo-313, was born about 1845 [C1850].
  Emily P. Barlow was born on December 12, 1849, and died on April 04, 1851, at Burlington [VV].
 
18.
Emily Munson Barlow, Jo-279, was born 1804 probably Fairfield, Franklin Co Vermont. Emily 'Barlow' Carlisle was received into and baptized as an adult on May 31, 1839, in the Congregational Church at Fairfield, Vermont [CH]  She died on April 01, 1845, at age 41, at Sheldon, Vermont [VV], and was buried in the Sheldon Cemetery.

She married Julius Q. Carlisle

Their children were:

  Helen Carlisle
  Harriet Carlisle
  Unknown Daughter Carlisle
 
19.

Samuel Hubbard Barlow, Jo-280, was born in 1804 in Vermont [GR, C1850], and was the son of Samuel Barlow and Sally H. ------ perhaps Dimon.  He was a physician at St. Albans, Vermont, were he was recorded as Hubbell Barlow in the 1850 census. He died on August 14, 1858, at St. Albans and was buried there in the Greenwood Cemetery [GR, VV].

Samuel Hubbard Barlow married Rebecca J. Eecles.  She was born in 1807 [GR] and was the daughter of James Eecles.    She died on June 11, 1834, at St. Albans and was buried there in the Greenwood Cemetery.

Their children, born at St. Albans, were:

  Samuel Hubbard Barlow, Jo-288, was born on September or December 09, 1825 [VV].   Nothing further is known about him.
  James Eecles Barlow, Jo-289, was born on March 11, 1827, at St. Albans, Vermont [VV].   He is listed as a deputy sheriff at St. Albans in the 1850 census. He died on April 13, 1856, at St. Albans [VV].

He married Mary M. Huntly on September 15, 1848, at Burlington, Vermont [VV], but she is not  listed in the 1850 census.

24 Richard Edgar Barlow, Jo-290, was born on March 07, 1831 [VV].
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20.

Abel Barlow, Jo-291, was born on March 19, 1839, at Burlington, Vermont [VV], and was a son of Joel Barlow and Lucy Burrall.  He was a farmer and he moved to near Footville, Rock Co Wisconsin, with his parents in 1852.  He died on November 10, 1901, Rock Co Wisconsin, and was buried there in the Grove Cemetery.

Abel Barlow married first Emily Duzenberry Wiggins December 29, 1856, Rock Co Wisconsin.  She was was the daughter of Alexander C. and Rachel Wiggins, born on August 18, 1837, at  Elmira, Chemung Co New York, and died on November 22, 1878, in Rock Co Wisconsin, and  was buried there in the Grove Cemetery.

Abel Barlow married second Maria 'Frost' Bryan.

Children of Abel Barlow and Emily Duzenberry [correspondence: Mrs. Margaret Spoon Sandy; September 21, 1988]:

 

Effie Lucy Barlow was born on February 06, 1858 in Rock County, Wisconsin.  She died on September 05, 1931, at Los Angeles, California

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Edward Burrall Barlow was born on April 23, 1861, in Rock County, Wisconsin.   He died on May 17, 1951, Los Angeles, California and was buried there in the Inglewood Cemetery.

 

Luella Grace Barlow was born on July 22, 1864, in Rock County, Wisconsin.  She died on June 30, 1957, at Lubbock, Texas, and was buried in the Oakhill Cemetery at  Janesville, Wisconsin.

She married Frank Abram Spoon on May 15, 1899, in Rock County, Wisconsin.  He died August 31, 1930, in California, and was buried in the Oakhill Cemetery at Janesville.

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Harry Oscar Barlow was born on June 24, 1868, in Rock County, Wisconsin.   He died on January 18, 1931, at Janesville, Wisconsin and is buried there in the Grove  Cemetery.

  Gage Elbert Barlow was born on September 06, 1870, in Rock County, Wisconsin.  He died on December 08, 1914, at Los Angeles, California.
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Glen Albert Barlow was born May 10, 1872, in Rock County, Wisconsin.  He died on February 20, 1951, at Los Angeles, California.

 
Warren Joel Barlow was born on November 25, 1875, in Rock County, Wisconsin.  He died on September 15, 1876, in Rock County, and was buried there in the Grove Cemetery
 
21.

Henry Lillard Barlow, Jo-292, was born on April 20, 1836, at Fairfield, and was a son of Joel Barlow and Lucy Burrall.  He was listed with his parents at Fairfield in the 1850 census.  He died on November 04, 1876.

Henry Lillard Barlow married Jennie Young on November 07, 1862. She was born on June 23, 1838, and she died on February 07, 1927.

Their children were:

  Charles Henry Barlow was born on November 06, 1865, and died on November 17, 1865.
  Frederick Lillard Barlow was born on August 28, 1869, and died on March 01, 1943.
  Albert Edward Barlow was born on August 14, 1872, and died on July 7, 1890
  Henry Lillard Barlow was born in July, 1875, and died on September 27, 1875.
  Henry Young Barlow was born in September, 1876, and died on January 29, 1877
 
22.

William Edward Barlow was born in 1856 and was the son of Daniel G. Barlow and Melinda Farnsworth.  He lived at Nahma, Delta County, Michigan.  He died on September 26, 1929.

He married Lillian Florence Stannis

Their children were:

 

Bradley Earle Barlow was born on July 11, 1882, and died on July 28, 1971       Social Security Application

The Diamond Drill - Thursday, July 29. 1971   Rites Held on Saturday for Brad Barlow

Rites were held at the Plowe Funeral Chapel, at 1:30 p.m. Saturday for one of the communities eldest citizens, Bradley Barlow, 89 a resident recently of Crystal Manor, who died late Wednesday afternoon while golfing at the Crystal Falls Municipal Golf Course.

The circumstances of his death were almost appropriate. Mr. Barlow had been an avid golfer well past the age that forces most to give up most pursuits. His interest dated back to the years the local club was established, and his love for the game and the course led to hole no. 2 at the municipal links being named in his honor years ago.

He was playing with a group of older golfers and was preparing to hole out on no. 4 green when he was stricken and died apparently instantly.

Mr. Barlow was born on July 11, 1882; in Oconto, Wisconsin but had been a resident for the past 65 years. He was employed for the past 50 years as a salesman for the Carpenter-Cook Co. and was an insurance company representative prior to total retirement at an advanced age.

He was a member of the Crystal Falls Masonic Lodge, and a life member of the Masonic Blue Lodge. Masonic Lodge memorial services were held at the funeral chapel Friday evening at 8. He was also a member of the Iron County Sportsman's Club.

  Bessie Edna Barlow was born on February 23, 1884.
  Horace Edward Barlow was born on September 15, 1886 and died in May 1888.
  Eva May Barlow was born on September 2, 1887.
  Helen Sperry Barlow was born on June 20, 1890 and died on August 19, 1927.
 

Farnsworth Lee Barlow was born on March 02, 1895.  He died in January, 1975  [Social Security Application]   [WWI Civilian Draft Registration]

 
23.

Ellen Loomis Barlow, Jo-520, was born in 1831 probably at Burlington [C1850].

She married first George King Platt on June 20, 1849, at Burlington [VV].  He died on September 23, 1857, at Burlington.

She married 2nd Martin L. Dimick on September 10, 1861 Woodstock, Vermont [VV]

Known child of Ellen Barlow and George Platt:

 

Julia Barlow Platt  born on September 14, 1857 at San Francisco, Cailifornia and died on May 31, 1935 at Pacific Grove, California and was buried at sea.

Julia Barlow Platt

 
24.

Richard Edgar Barlow, Jo-290, or Edgar Richard Barlow was born on March 07, 1831, at St. Albans, Vermont [VV] and was a son of Samuel Hubbard Barlow and Rebecca Eecles.   He was recorded as an office clerk at Ogdenburg, St. Lawrence, County, New York, in the 1860 census. He died around 1908.

It is believed that he was the Richard E. Barlow who enlisted as a private on November 15, 1861, at St. Albans in Company A of the 1st Vermont Cavalry Regiment. He was taken prisoner on May 24, 1862 at Middletown, Virginia, and was paroled on September 13, 1862. He was discharged on January 04, 1863, with a disability. His pension record note that his widow Margaret A. Barlow, a resident of Missouri, applied for a pension on June 01, 1908. She was apparently his second (or more) wife.

Richard Edgar Barlow married first Julia A. Ayers.  She was born in 1834 in Vermont [C1850].

Their children were:

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Roland Hastings Barlow was born on September 29, 1859, at Bakersfield, Vermont [VV].  He was a machinist and lived at 179 South Main Street, St. Albans, Vermont.

  James Barlow was born in 1859 in Vermont [VV].
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25.

Edward Burrall Barlow was born on April 23, 1861, in Rock County, Wisconsin.   He died on May 17, 1951, Los Angeles, California and was buried there in the Inglewood Cemetery.

He married Minie Strang on December 23, 1884, at Footville, Rock County, Wisconsin.   She was born on April 28, 1864, and she died on November 08, 1947.

Their children were:

  Alta Barlow was born on November 07, 1886
  Gladys Anna Barlow was born December 17, 1893, and died May 17, 1918
  Esta Juanita Barlow was born on May 13, 1905
 
26.

Harry Oscar Barlow was born on June 24, 1868, in Rock County, Wisconsin.   He died on January 18, 1931, at Janesville, Wisconsin and is buried there in the Grove  Cemetery.

He married Blanche Crow on December 08, 1890.  She was born on December 01, 1869, and died on September 15, 1946.

Their children were:

  Emily Barlow was born on October 15, 1891, and died on September 08, 1949
  Dorothy June Barlow was born on June 15, 1904, and died on July, 13, 1919
 
27.

Glen Albert Barlow was born May 10, 1872, in Rock County, Wisconsin.  He died on February 20, 1951, at Los Angeles, California.

He married Grace Foster

Their children were: 

  Vern Cage Barlow was born on January 08, 1901
  Earl Eugene Barlow was born on June 08, 1907
  Ronald P. Barlow was born on July 11, 1912, and died on April 06, 1999 [SSI]
 
28.

Roland Hastings Barlow was born on September 29, 1859, at Bakersfield, Vermont [VV].  He was a machinist and lived at 179 South Main Street, St. Albans, Vermont.

He married 1) Ellen Ayres Reed.  She died at the age of 31 years of pneumonia

He married 2) Minnie E. Woodworth on December 05, 1894, at Bakersfield. She was a daughter of John Morey Woodworth, and was born on December 15, 1866, at Berkshire, Vermont She died on December 30, 1908, at St. Albans.

Child of Roland and Ellen is:

  Julia Ayres Barlow who married a Sherman.
  Children of Roland and Minnie, all born at Bakersfield, were:
  Mildred Marjorie Barlow was born on August 19, 1895
  Howard Woodworth Barlow was born on July 08, 1897
  Loretta Emily Barlow was born on March 28, 1899
  Roland Edgar Barlow was born on March 12, 1901
  Woodworth Melville Barlow was born on October 29, 1903
  Edna May Barlow was born on March 08, 1905
  Helen Barlow was born on July 02, 1908. [Chafee Genealogy]
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