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Abel Barlow and Esther Treat


with contributions from Sylvia Hulce, John F. Barlow and Edson Barlow
Generation 1
1.

ABEL6 BARLOW (JABEZ5, SAMUEL4, SAMUEL3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born 1775 probably in Southbury, Connecticut, and died October 23, 1822 in Windham, New York

He married ESTHER TREAT January 08, 1799, daughter of TREAT BETHEUL and KEZIAH HURD. She was born 1778 in Milford, New Haven, Connecticut, and died January 06, 1849 in Durham, New York

Children of ABEL BARLOW and ESTHER TREAT are:

2 JOEL BACKUS7 BARLOW, born January 06, 1800, South Britain, New Haven County Connecticut, and died 1851, at sea
  ANNIE BARLOW, born June 06, 1803, South Britain, New Haven County Connecticut, and died May 1819, Durham, New York
  EUNICE BARLOW, born July 18, 1805, Windham, New York, and died October 28, 1825, Windham, New York
3 TREAT BETHUEL BARLOW, born March 17, 1808, Windham, New York, and died February 20, 1882, Deposit, New York
4 ABEL BRADLEY BARLOW, born March 06, 1810, Windham, New York, and died June 01, 1846, Windham, New York.
  JAMES BENNETT BARLOW, born May 14, 1812, Windham, New York
  SARAH BARLOW, born January 17, 1815, Windham, New York, and died August 01, 1816, probably in Windham, New York
  GOULD BIRD BARLOW, born June 14, 1817
  JARED B. BARLOW, born December 14, 1819, Windham, New York, and died March 1857, Oregon
5 JANETTE BARLOW, born December 14, 1819, Windham, New York, and died April 10, 1892, probably in Durham, New York
 
2.
JOEL BACKUS7 BARLOW (ABEL6, JABEZ5, SAMUEL4, SAMUEL3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born January 06, 1800 in South Britain, New Haven County, Connecticut, and died 1851 in at sea.

He married SARAH VAN GORDON about 1836 in Catskill, Greene County, New York. She was born in 1811

Children of JOEL BARLOW and SARAH VAN GORDON are:

   MARY J.8 BARLOW, born 1838
  SARAH BARLOW, born 1842, married D. J. MINOR - born 1838
 
3.

TREAT BETHUEL7 BARLOW (ABEL6, JABEZ5, SAMUEL4, SAMUEL3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born March 17, 1808 in Windham, New York, and died February 20, 1882 in Deposit, New York.   He is buried at Pine Grove Cemetery, Deposit New York

He married 1.) MRS. AVERY February 09, 1837 - She was born in Windham, New York*

He married 2.) HERSEY HULCE about 1870 - She was born 06 December 1807 in Deposit, New York, and died 19/20 November 1887 in Deposit New York, buried in Stilesville, Delaware Co New York

* Abel J. Barlow's Death Certificate list Olive Gavatte Avery as his mother's maiden name

Treat enlisted in 1862, at the age of 55, in Co. B, 144th New York Volunteers and was the oldest member of his regiment.

Treat B. Barlow, Jo-450, Private, Co A 144th NY Infantry, organized September 27, 1862 at Delhi NY, mustered out June 25, 1865, also Veterans Reserve Corps

Pension application filed May 28, 1864

Widow Hersey Barlow's pension application no. 357543 filed July 07, 1887, resident New York

Abel J. Barlow's notarized affidavit in regards to Hersey Barlows application for pension

1880 Federal Census - Town of Deposit shows:
BARLOW Treat B. WM 72
BARLOW Marcia WF 73
-------question? is Marcia the same as Hersey?-----

  Child of Treat Barlow and Hersey Hulce is:
6 ABEL J. 8 BARLOW, born August 18, 1840, Cannonsville, New York, and died March 06, 1939, Cannonsville, New York
 
4.
ABEL BRADLEY7 BARLOW (ABEL6, JABEZ5, SAMUEL4, SAMUEL3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born March 06, 1810 in Windham, New York, and died June 01, 1846 in Windham, New York.

He married PHEBE PROUT April 21, 1839. She was born 1815.

Children of ABEL BARLOW and PHEBE PROUT are:

  HELEN8 BARLOW, born April 14, 1842, probably Windham, New York
  HENRY BARLOW, born January 23, 1845, probably Windham, New York
 
5.
JANETTE7 BARLOW (ABEL6, JABEZ5, SAMUEL4, SAMUEL3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born December 14, 1819 in Windham, New York, and died April 10, 1892 probably in Durham, New York.

She married SEYMOURA POST December 22, 1845. He was born 1817 probably in Durham, New York, and died March 25, 1891 in Durham, New York.

Child of JANETTE BARLOW and SEYMOURA POST is:

  HOBART B.8 POST, born December 28, 1846, Durham, New York.
He married August 1869 to SARAH HUTTON - born 1850, probably in Jersey City, New Jersey.
Generation 3
6.
ABEL J. 8 BARLOW, (TREAT7,ABEL6, JABEZ5, SAMUEL4, SAMUEL3, JOHN2, JOHN1) WAS born August 18, 1840, Cannonsville, New York and died March 06, 1939, in Cannonsville, New York.  He is buried Pine Grove Cemetery, Deposit New York.

He married MARY J. BUTLER - daughter of Lurania Hulce Butler. Mary was born 1840 in Deposit, New York, and died 1923 Deposit, New York. She is buried Pine Grove Cemetery, Deposit New York.

When the Civil War broke out Abel J. Barlow joined Co. C, 27th New York Volunteers, in 1861 and was wounded in the battle of Gaines Mill, Virginia.

Abel J. Barlow, Jo-463, enlisted October 16, 1861 at Deposit New York for 2 years, age 21, Private, Co C 27th NY Infantry, organized at Elmira NY May 21, 1861 --also perhaps 62nd NY Infantry --- mustered out with company May 31, 1863 at Elmira New York.   Pension application no. 1313947 filed April 28, 1904, certificate no. 1083821, resident New York

Mr. Barlow was a printer, who learned his trade in the Deposit Union-Democrat. Later, he worked on the Kingston Ulster Democrat and after the war was employed on the Albany Knickerbocker Press. He then went to Unadilla and purchased a newspaper called "Home and Abroad", but later changed the name to the Unadilla Times. After thirteen years, he sold the paper to Newell and Parsons.

While he made his home in Oneonta he was prominent in veteran circles and is believed to be the next to last member of the E. D. Farmer Post, G.A.R. George Dugan of Roxbury is the other one. He was often in attendance at V.F.W. meetings and banquets of that organization and the American Legion always found him present. He made several interesting talks before those groups.

New York Times - March 07, 1939        

ABEL J. BARLOW

Civil War Veteran, 98, Editor of Unadilla Times 50 Years
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES

BINGHAMTON, N.Y., March 6.

Abel J. Barlow, for more than fifty years editor of the Unadilla (N.Y.) Times, died today at Cannonsville, Delaware County, in his ninety-ninth years.

Mr. Barlow served with Company C, Twenty-seventh Division, New York Volunteers during the Civil War and was wounded at Chattanooga. Born in a log cabin on his father's farm at Cannonsville in 1840, he was one of three surviving Civil War veterans in Delaware County.

Several nieces and nephews survive. Burial will take place Thursday at Deposit, N.Y.      Original Article

 

Unadilla Times - March 10, 1939 

Abel J. Barlow, 98 Dies at Cannonsville, Sidney

Abel J. Barlow succumbed shortly before Mid-night Sunday at the home of Millard Walley, Cannonsville, where he had resided for some time. He was born in Cannonsville, August 30, 1840. His father T.B. Barlow enlisted in 1862, at the age of 55, a member of Co. B, 144th New York Volunteers and was the oldest member of his regiment.

When the Civil War broke out Mr. Barlow joined Co. C, 27th New York Volunteers, in 1861 and was wounded in the battle of Gaines Mill, Virginia.

Mr. Barlow was a printer, who learned his trade in the Deposit Union-Democrat, 79 years ago. Later he worked on the Kingston Ulster-Democrat and after the war was employed on the Albany Knickerbocker Press. He than came to Unadilla and purchased the newspaper than called " Home and Abroad" changed the name to the Unadilla Times and after conducting it for thirteen years sold to Newell and Parsons.

While he made his home in Oneonta he was prominent in veteran circles and is believed to be the next to last member of the E.D. Farmer Post, G.A.R. George Dugan of Roxbury is the other one. He was often in attendance at V.F.W. meetings and banquets of that organization and the American Legion always found him present. He made several interesting talks before those groups.

Among the survivors are William B. Mason of Oneonta, and Fred Mason of Flushing L.I., nephews; Mrs. Earl Fisk, North Plainfield N.J., and Mrs. Raymond Balantine, Deposit, nieces.

Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon at Kays and Guy funeral home, Deposit. Rev. M.W. Pomeroy, pastor of the Baptist Church there officiating. Internment was made in Pine Grove Cemetery, Deposit.

Death Certificate of Abel J. Barlow

  Only known child of Abel and Mary is:
  Carrie Barlow was born about 1861

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