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John and Elizabeth Barlow of Dallas Co Alabama

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November 2004:  When I began the Barlow genealogy website in 1998, I had a query from Gil Robinson, searching for information on the family of John Barlow of Dallas Co Alabama.  I have since lost contact with Gil, but have not heard more about this family either, so thought I'd do a bit of research on them.   I feel this family is a part of the Isle of Wight Barlow's, but have not found proof of that yet. I did not have luck with his ancestry, but was able to find more about his descendants.

Update, May 2009: Recently while working on the lineage of Lucy Barlow and Drury Crocker, Isle of Wight Virginia to Dallas Co Alabama, I found that their marriage was witnessed by George Barlow, apparently since Lucy's father, Jesse Barlow was deceased. In the 1810 and 1820 census of Isle of Wight Virginia, George Barlow was their neighbor. They removed to Alabama before the 1830 census, and in that census and the 1840 census, their neighbor was John Barlow.  I feel is will be safe to assume that John is closely related to Lucy, and probably a son of the afore mentioned George Barlow.  Note to that almost every succeeding generation named a child George Barlow.  In this case, preponderance of the evidence seems a pretty safe bet in my opinion, and therefore am adding John as a member of the Isle of Wight Barlow lineage.   If anyone can tell me how George and / or John are related to Lucy, it would be much appreciated.  SBH

The Newbury/Newberry family information partially from , used by permission, his contributors include:

One note, I have seen the Newberry/Newbury spelled various ways throughout the census and records I have found.  For this genealogy, all are spelled as Newbury, but doesn't mean necessarily that that particular family used that variant.
 
1.
JOHN BARLOW.    He was born 19 November 1782, and died 03 August 1852 [GRobinson][Cemetery records] [Note from Susan: probably born in Isle of Wight Virginia, and possibly the son of George Barlow, see note above.  SBH]

He married ELIZABETH, and came to Dallas Co Alabama in 1829. [GRobinson, 1850C, Will] She was born 14 January 1784 in North Carolina, and died 18 September 1857 in Dallas Co Alabama [GRobinson] [Cemetery records]
Bonnie Mitchell contributes:  There are three tombstones in the Barlow Family Cemetery off highway 41 in Dallas County near Center Ridge.    These read:

'Sacred to the memory of John Barlow, born November 19th, 1782; died August 3rd, 1852' (aged 69 years, 8 mo., 14 days) 'Dieu Vous Garde'

'Sacred to the memory of Elizabeth, wife of John Barlow,, born January 14th, 1784 and died September 18th 1857' (aged 73 years, 8 mo., 4 days) 'Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord'

Mrs. Elizabeth R. Newberry, daughter of John and Elizabeth Barlow, born January 28, 1824, died May 05, 1850
John's children, George, is shown on all census records to have been born in Louisiana about 1816, as well as daughter Sarah on 3 census records.  (one shows Mississippi)  The first record of John, whom I know is this one, is found in the 1830 Dallas Co Alabama census. 
1830 Dallas Co Alabama, pg  77, John Barlow: 
1 male 10<15    1 male 30<40    //  1 female 5<10    1 female 10<15    1 female 15<20    1 female 40<50      Census Image
He is living next door to Lucy Crocker, originally Lucy Barlow who married Drury Crocker in the 1830 and 1840 census of Dallas Co Alabama.  Lucy is the daughter of  Jesse Barlow and Lucy Wills.  I have not found a relationship between John, Lucy and Jesse as yet, but feel there must be one. 

1840, Dallas Co Alabama, pg 69, John Barlow:
1 male 15<20    1 male 20<30    1 male 50<60    //   1 female 20<30    1 female 50<60        Census Image
15 October 1850, Warrenton, Dallas Co Alabama, pg 250, #251:
John Barlow, age 68, born in Virginia, Elizabeth Barlow, age 66, born in North Carolina, G.W. Barlow, age 34, born in Louisiana, M.A. Barlow, age 21, born in Alabama, G. Newbury, age 2, born in Alabama, Elizabeth Newbury, age 5, born in Alabama, and Amanda Newbury, age 1, born in Alabama     Census Image
M.A. Barlow is undoubtedly George' wife.  The last 3 are children of their deceased daughter, Elizabeth Newbury/Newbury. 3 older children are living with their father, Henry Newbury, in Wilcox Co Alabama.

1850 Dallas Co agriculture census:  John Barlow
240 acres improved, 240 acres unimproved, $2200 cash value, $350 value of machinery and farm implements, $800 value of livestock

Dallas County Court Records      [Barlow Genealogy]
Dallas County ~ Selma Alabama
Will Book B,  Page 57

John Barlow's Will and Codicil

The State of Alabama, Dallas County, I, John Barlow of the said County and State do hereby make and publish this my Last Will and Testament (hereby revoking and making void all former Wills by me heretofore made) in manner and form following to wit:

1rst.

I direct that my body be decently intered and that my funeral be conducted in a manner corresponding with my estate and situation in life, And as to my Wordly Estate of which I have become possessed, I hereby direct to be deposed of in manner and form following:

2nd.

I direct that all my debts and burial expenses be paid, as soon after my decease as possible out of the first monies that shall come in to the hands of my Executor from any portion of my present  Estate.

3rd.

I Give and bequeath to my beloved wife, Elizabeth Barlow for and during her natural life one half of my Real Estate, one half of the mules, horses, cattle, hogs, and Sheep, one half of the household and kitchen furniture, one half of the Plantation tools and effects not herein otherwise disposed of, and also for and during her natural life the entire use and income from the following slaves viz: Jerry, a man, Jane, a woman, and her children, Henry and Alfred and Willie and a girl Harriet together with increase of the females thereof.   And at the death of my wife Elizabeth, all the above described to go as herein after specified.  Also I give to her as her absolute property to be desposed of at her death as she pleases, the horses and buggy which I now have or which I may have at the time of my death.

4th.

I give and bequeath to my Son, George W. Barlow and to his heirs the remaining half of my Real Estate and also the remaining half of my mules, cattle, hogs, horses and sheep, household and kitchen furniture, plantation and other tools and effects not herein otherwise deposed of.

5th.

I give and bequeath to the Sole Seperate and exclusive use of my daughter Sarah Newbury, a negro woman slave, called Fena, and at the death of my wife also the negro woman slave Jane and her children, Henry, Alfred and Willie and the increase of the females thereof.

6th.

I give and bequeath to the children of my deceased daughter, Elizabeth Newbury, a negro man slave called Isaac, also a woman called Ellen and her child named Sandy and child Lucy, and at the death of my wife, a girl called Harriet together with the increase of the females thereof. The slaves thus given to them is to remain undivided for the joint use and benefit of these children, till one them comes of full age or marries; and the property is to be appraised and a share allotted to the one who has come of age or marries.

7th.

I give and bequeath to the Sole Seperate and Exclusive use of my daughter, FRANCES M. CROCKER, these negro slaves, Elizabeth, a woman and her child Clarissa together with their increase and also at the death of my wife, the negro man, Jerry.  I also give to her Sole and Exclusive Seperate use a man named Peter and a girl named Susan.

8th.

As to the property of my said daughters and granddaughters the same is hereby expressly given to them. Sole Seperate and Exclusive, free from all central contracts engagements or debts of their present or future husbands.  No marital rights are ever in any way to affect or attach to such property.  If any of them should ever desire or need a Trustee they are now hereby fully empowered to appoint a Trustee by simply delivering to him a written appointment and thereby he shall become and is hereby made as full Trustee as is herein expressly named and appointed in this will.  This property is only theirs to be their own absolute property to them their heirs.

9th.

As to the crop which may be growing or on hand at the time of my death, I direct that the slaves and other property shall remain together undivided until such crop is gathered and then each one is to receive his portion as above given.  And gather such crop when sold (or is rather the proceeds) is to be equally divided between my said wife and daughters and the children of my said deceased daughter - the children of that daughter to represent their mother in such division of the crop.

10th.

In case either of my said daughters should die leaving no child or descendants of them to represent their mother and if that daughter leaves no child or descendants of a child, then all to go to children of Elizabeth.

11th.

I appoint my said son, George W. Barlow, Sole Executor under the advice and counsel of my friend William Hunter, Esq of Cahaba who is hereby specially requested to give his advice and counsel as to all that relates to this will of my Estate and my Executor is to be guided by such advice and counsel.

In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and Seal this (26th) twenty six day of May AD 1851

John Barlow (Seal)

Signed, Sealed, published and declared by the Said Testator and for his last Will and Testament in presence of us and in presence of each other who at his request in his presence have subscribed our names as witnesses therto.

James M. Howard   A. Stoutenborough   Abner M. Coleman

April 14th 1852

In addition to my last Will and Testament, I, John Barlow give and bequeath to my wife Elizabeth Barlow, two hundred dollars which I have on hand at this time, in addition also to my last will, I direct that the negroes with which I am now making the growing crop in company with my son, G.W. Barlow, be kept by him to work the crop until the same be gathered and then divided according to the will.  The conditions of the partnership between my son, G.W. Barlow and myself is by agreement that he shall have two thirds and myself one, the plantation, occupied being paid by us in the same proportion, I further direct that my burial expenses other debts and my third of plantation expenses be first paid out of the proceeds of my portion of the growing cotton crop and the remainder of the above maintenance proceeds of one third of cotton crop equally divided between my wife, Elizabeth Barlow, Sarah Newbury, Frances M. Crocker, and the children of my deceased daughter, Elizabeth, the children all taking the share of their mother.  I give my wife, Elizabeth, my third of corn fodder oats and provision crop.

In testamoney whereof I hereunto set my hand and seal
John Barlow

WA Stoutenbourough     Abner M. Coleman

The State of Alabama Dallas Probate Court the 11th AD 1852
Personally came into Open Court Abner M. Coleman, one of the subscribing witnesses to the hereto attached Will and within Codicil of John Barlow, deceased, who deposeth and saith that he was present and saw the said John Barlow Sign, Seal and Execute said Will and Codicil and for his Last Will and Testament and that the Said, John Barlow was of sound mind and disposing memory at the time of so signing the same, and that he together with John M. Howard, and A. Stoutenborough signed the same as witnesses to said Will at the request of said John Barlow and in his presence and in the presence of each other.  And further that he this deponent together with A. Stoutenborough signed their names as witnesses to the Will and Codicil in the presence of said Testato and at his request.

Abner M. Coleman

Sworn to and subscribed in open court this 11th day of October AD 1852
Thomas G. Rainer, Judge of Probate

Recorded the 12th day of October AD 1852
Thomas G. Rainer, Judge DC
A will for Elizabeth Barlow is in Dallas Co, Will Book A, page 200. 
This will was contributed in August 2010 by Robert Washington, and turns out not to be the same Elizabeth..so now the question is, who was the Elizabeth named in this will, whose will was written in 1830, and probated in 1842. To see the transcription and original will, click here: Will of Elizabeth Barlow, Dallas Co Alabama.
From John's will and census records, it appears they had 4 children:
2 i. ELIZABETH R. BARLOW2, born 28 January 1824, and died 05 May 1850, probably in Wilcox Co Alabama
3 ii. SARAH BARLOW, born 09 March 1814 possibly in Louisiana or Mississippi, and died 23 March 1884 in Wilcox Co Alabama
iii. FRANCES M. BARLOW, perhaps Minnie, married Mr. CROCKER   [I believe Mr. Crocker may be Cadmus Crocker, son of Drury Crocker and Lucy Barlow]
4 iv. GEORGE W. BARLOW, born c1816, possibly in Louisiana
GENERATION 2
2.
ELIZABETH R. BARLOW2, daughter of John and Elizabeth Barlow, was born 28 January 1824, and died 05 May 1850, probably in Wilcox Co Alabama, burial in Barlow Cemetery, Center Ridge Alabama.

She married HENRY NEWBURY/NEWBERRY.  The son of Jonathan Newbury and Mary Williams, he was born c1808 in North Carolina, and died after 1860, burial probably in Lee Co Mississippi. 
27 November 1850, Wilcox Co Alabama, pg 400, #834/834:
Henry Newbury, age 42, born in North Carolina, Ann Newbury, age 12, born in Alabama, John Newbury, age 10, born in Alabama and Louisa Newbury, age 8, born in Alabama         Census Image
A Wilcox Co Alabama guardianship application dated 18 October 1852 and approved December 1852 transferred guardianship to Henry Newbury for all six children. This sounds like Henry must have transferred guardianship of all his children sometime after the 1850 census and Elizabeth's death to Elizabeth's parents. Thus, once he had some help (probably Wincy Hart) even before they married and /or the older children became old enough to help with the younger ones, he then had to transfer their guardianship back to himself.   (If there was a guardianship document filed in the assumed transfer from Henry to Elizabeth's parents, it may have been filed in Dallas Co Alabama)
After Elizabeth death, Henry married Wincy Armstrong on 18 August 1853, and moved to Saltillo, Lee / Itawamba Co Mississippi.
In 1860, Henry, age 37 (?), Wincy is 36, John B. is 19, George W. is 12, and Amanda is 10.  Also included are 2 children from Wincy's previous marriage, and a child between the two of them.    Census Image  
Children of Elizabeth and Henry are:
i.
ANN/ANNE/ANNIE S. NEWBURY3, born c1837-38 Wilcox Co Alabama
She married MR. PRICE   She may have married JOHN B. PRICE, as shown in this Ittawamba Co Mississippi record:   Ann L.B.  Newbury and John B. Price, December 23, 1854

In an article on the life of John Barlow Newbury in the 'Courtland Arizonan' it mentions that after John Barlow Newbury was wounded 05 May 1864 in the Battle of the Wilderness, he went home on furlough and stayed with his sister Anne Price and did not return to active service.
5 ii. JOHN BARLOW NEWBURY, born 02 September 1840, Wilcox Co Alabama, and died 29 December 1912, Courtland, Arizona Territory
iii. LOUISA NEWBURY, born 1841/2 Wilcox Co Alabama
iv. GEORGE W. NEWBURY, born 1848, Wilcox Co Alabama
v. MARGARET ELIZABETH NEWBURY, born 1845, Wilcox Co Alabama
vi.
AMANDA F. NEWBURY, born 1849, Wilcox Co Alabama.  In the 1870 census of  Prentiss Co Mississippi, Amanda, age 20 is in the home of Simeon and Mary Reaves.  Simeon is the father of Martha Reaves/Reeves, who married Amanda's brother, John Barlow Newbury
 
3.
SARAH BARLOW2, daughter of John Barlow and Elizabeth, was born March 09, 1814 possibly in Louisiana or Mississippi, and died 23 March 1884 in Oak Hill, Wilcox Co Alabama, burial in Ebenezer Methodist Cemetery, Oak Hill, Wilcox Co Alabama.

She married 1)  PETER CHRISTOPHER NEWBURY, son of Jonathan and Mary Newbury, c1832.   He was born 15 December 1807 Richmond Co North Carolina, and died 26 February 1854, Oak Hill, Wilcox Co Alabama, burial in Newbury Family Cemetery on the plantation near Rosebud, Wilcox Co Alabama.

She married 2)  RICHARD L. WILLIAMS on 29 June 1854 in Wilcox Co Alabama.  He was born 08 September 1810 in Edgefield District, South Carolina, and died 04 April 1893 in Wilcox Co Alabama, burial in Ebenezer Methodist Cemetery, Oak Hill, Wilcox Co Alabama.  This was also Richard's second marriage. His first wife, Nancy is also buried at Ebenezer Cemetery.
27 November 1850, Wilcox Co Alabama, pg 401, #843/843:
P.C. Newbury, age 43, born in North Carolina, Sarah Newbury, age 36, born in Mississippi, James Newbury, age 12, Mary A. Milstead, age 10, Margaret Vaughn, age 10, Charles Wood, age 15, Lawrence Wood, age 13, James McKee, age 22, F. Marshall, age 19, Lewis Holloway, age 29, Mary E. Holloway, age 17, and Napoleon Philpot, age 16, all born in Alabama         Census Image
Mary E. Holloway is their daughter, Lewis her husband.  Margaret Vaughn married their son, James in 1858. 
21 July 1860, Eastern Division 2, Rehoboth, Wilcox Co Alabama, pg 1060, #320/356:
Richard Williams, age 49, born in South Carolina, Sarah Williams, age 44, born in Louisiana, Lora H. Williams, age 13, and Ida F. Williams, age 4, both born in Alabama         Census Image
11 August 1870, Allenton Beat, Wilcox Co Alabama, pg 34, #268/275:
Richard Williams, age 59, born in South Carolina, Sarah Williams, age 55, born in Louisiana, Ida Williams, age 15, born in Alabama    Census Image
15 June 1880, Allenton, Wilcox Co Alabama, pg 271, #161/166:
Richard Williams, age 69, he and both parents born in South Carolina, Sarah Williams, wife, age 56, born in Louisiana, father born in Virginia, mother born in North Carolina, J.W. Smith, grandson, age 18, born in Alabama, and Tena Andrews, servant, age 8, born in Alabama     Census Image
Children of Sarah and Peter are:
6 i. MARY ELIZABETH NEWBURY3, born 13 November 1833, Oak Hill, Wilcox Co Alabama, and died 09 June 1911, in Ennis, Ellis Co Texas
7 ii.
JAMES F. NEWBURY, born 01 April 1838, Oak Hill, Wilcox Co Alabama, and died 19 November 1912, Reagan, Falls Co Texas, burial in Johnson Cemetery, Reagan, Falls Co Texas
iii.
SAMUEL NEWBURY, born 10 April 1848, Wilcox Co Alabama, and died 18 April 1848, Wilcox Co Alabama, burial in Newbury Family Cemetery, on the plantation near Rosebud, Wilcox Co Alabama.
Child of Sarah and Richard is:
8 iv. IDA F. WILLIAMS, born 1855 in Allenton, Wilcox Co Alabama, and died 1930 in Binnsville, Kemper Co Mississippi, burial in the Binnsville, Kemper Co Cemetery.
 
4.
GEORGE W. BARLOW2, son of John Barlow and Elizabeth, was born c1816 in Louisiana, and died before the 1880 census, probably in Dallas Co Alabama.

He married MARY A. HOLLOWAY on 03 January 1850 by M.G. Meredith in Dallas Co Alabama.  

According to Furn Smith, whose gr grandparent is Benjamin Barlow, son of George and Mary, G.W. and Mary are buried in the Barlow Cemetery, Center Ridge, Dallas Co Alabama in unmarked graves. [Al Genealogy Society]
George and Mary are living with his parents in the 1850 census of Dallas Co Alabama    Census Image
15 June 1860, Richmond, Dallas Co Alabama, pg 893, #109/107:
G.W. Barlow, age 44, born in Louisiana, M.A. Barlow, age 31, born in Alabama, J.T. Barlow, age 5, born in Alabama, and G.L. Barlow, age 3, born in Alabama    Census Image
03 September 1870, Warrenton, Dallas Co Alabama, pg 792, #218/250:
George Barlow, age 54, born in Louisiana, Mary Barlow, age 42, born in Alabama, John Barlow, age 15, George Barlow, age 13, Benjamin Barlow, age 10, Mary Barlow, age 6, and Betty Barlow, age 3, all children born in Alabama         Census Image
21 June 1880, Elm Bluff, Dallas Co Alabama, pg 404:
George L. Barlow, age 23, Mary A. Barlow, mother, age 50, born in Alabama, both parents born in South Carolina, Benjamin Barlow, age 20, Mary A. Barlow, age 16, and Betty F. Barlow, age 13, all children born in Alabama, their father's birthplace, Georgia    Census Image
The family removed to Falls Co Texas before 1884 when George L. Barlow died, and is buried there.
Children of George and Mary are:
9 i. JOHN T. BARLOW3, born 01 April 1855 in Richmond, Dallas Co Alabama. and died 14 July 1930 in Alice, Jim Wells Co Texas.
ii. GEORGE L. BARLOW, born 04 November 1856 in Dallas Co Alabama, and died 15 December 1884 in Texas, burial in Barclay Cemetery, Falls Co Texas.*
10 iii. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN BARLOW, born May 01, 1861 in Dallas Co Alabama, and died March 21, 1936 in Falls Co Texas.
iv. MARY A. BARLOW, born c1864 in Dallas Co Alabama
v. BETTY F. BARLOW, born c1867 in Dallas Co Alabama
*Note: Also buried in the Barclay Cemetery, Falls Co Texas, is Mattie A. Barlow, born 20 September 1840, and died 06 August 1910. Can anyone identify her?
GENERATION 3
5.
JOHN BARLOW NEWBURY3, son of Elizabeth Barlow and Henry Newbury, was born 02 September 1840, Wilcox Co Alabama, and died 29 December 1912, Courtland, Arizona Territory, burial in Pearce Cemetery, Cochise Co Arizona
Tombstone inscription: "Father", John B. Newbury, Sept 2, 1840 -- Dec 29, 1912  Co. E, 2nd Miss. Inf., Confederate Army

He married MARTHA E. REAVES/REEVES on 12 January 1865 in Ittawamba Co Mississippi [Ittawamba Marriage Records] or 05 January 1865 in Tishomingo Co Mississippi.  [Martha's widow's pension application]  It may be that they married in Tishomingo Co, and filed the marriage in Ittawamba Co.  She was born 1848 and died 1919, she shares a tombstone with her son, John E. Newbury in Calvary Cemetery, Douglass, Cochise Co Arizona.
Military: CSA: Private, 2nd Mississippi Infantry Company "E", "Calhoun Rifles", Itawamba Co Mississippi. enlisted 10 May 1861. There are Texas Confederate Pension applications filed in Texas for a "John Barlow Newbury" and later by his wife "Martha E. Newbury"; application #'s 01320 and 25026 respectively. This is a rough transcription of the applications. I included only what I considered to be pertinent and my transcription is abbreviated and paraphrased in many cases. Information within quotes, should be exact, or as close to exact, as I could decipher their statements. According to military records he was present at the following: Seige of Suffolk (May 1863), Gettysburg (July 1 and July 3, 1863), Falling Water (July 14, 1863), Mile Run (Dec 1, 1863), and the battle of the Wilderness on May 5, 1864 where he was wounded and later furloughed, and afterwards he did not return to active service.
Martha Elizabeth Reeves stated in her Texas Widow's Application filed on 28 November 1913, "I am 65 years of age". This would make her born about 1847/8 and married at about age 18. In Martha's Texas Confederate Widow's Pension Application, she stated that she married on 05 January 1865 in Tishomingo Co Mississippi, which appears to be in discrepancy with Itawamba Co marriage records and the 1913 biographical article on John Barlow Newbury and both are in discrepancy with the following LDS Family Group Record: [FamilySearch™ International Genealogical Index v5.0 North America - Family Group Record - Husband: John Newbury; Marriage: 1868 Marietta, Prentiss, Mississippi / Wife : Martha E. Reeves; Birth: 20 June 1848; Father: Simeon W. Reeves; Mother: Mary Ann Orr ]
LIFE SKETCH OF J. B. NEWBURY

John Barlow Newbury was born in Wilcox County, Alabama, September 2, 1840. He was Welch descent. His grandfather Johnathan Newbury emigrated to the United States late in the eighteenth century and settled in North Carolina, where he engaged in tilling soil. Here by thrift and industry he supported a large family. [Welsh descent and grandfather Johnathan emigrated in the late 18th century; appear to this author to be in error and probably based on the fact that his grandfather Jonathan's family lived in the Welsh Tract of Richmond/Anson Counties, North Carolina from about 1750-1817].  About the year 1806 [1818 according to hand written note written by Mary Julia Bonner Newbury (1840-1920) of Wilcox Co Alabama; "Grandfather Jonathan Newbury came from Richmond Co North Carolina in 1818... and settled on the land we now own." 1818 fits all other data that this author has seen.] Johnathan Newbury moved with his family into Alabama.

Henry Newbury the father of the subject of this sketch was at this time only about six years of age.   Here Henry grew to manhood on the farm, and what little schooling he had was at the hands of a governess. Yet southern sunshine and southern love of liberty as well as love of country made even the boy a democrat of the true stripe -- a characteristic that has never been lacking in the Newbury family.

Henry Newbury chose for his life companion Miss Elizabeth Barlow of Dallas County, and then settled on a part of the old Newbury homestead in Wilcox Co where they resided until they moved to Saltillo Mississippi, in 1853. Henry, being an owner of slaves had extensive farming interest, and at the breaking out of the civil war was a well-to-do citizen of his adopted state.

Here were born to Henry and Elizabeth Newbury six children. The names of the children in order of birth were Annie, John Barlow, Louisa, Elizabeth, George, and Amanda, all of whom lived to be grown. [The preceding also has some errors; Henry's wife Elizabeth Barlow Newbury died in 1850 in Wilcox Co Alabama and Henry later married Wincy Armstrong Hart, then Henry and Wincy moved to Saltillo Mississippi and had another child not mentioned above, Charles Newbury, born 1853/54.]  There being no public school system the children were all educated in private school. John had the advantage of about sixteen years of this kind of schooling and the time not spent in the school room was put in on the farm. Henry Newbury was a man who believed in work and practiced it, nor did he leave his children out of the program. With the time thus occupied, and with strict discipline maintained according to good old Presbyterian standard. The children formed regular habits and maintained uniformly moral characters. Henry and Elizabeth Newbury being members of the Presbyterian Church trained their children to respect things sacred.

At the breaking out of the civil war three sisters of the family had married, but the rest of the family lived at the old home. John was now 20 years old. The noise of guns at Fort Sumpter [sic] stirred southern blood and John Newbury was among the first to hear his country's call to defend southern rights as Southerners saw them. He enlisted Sunday May 10, 1861, 9 A.M. at Lynchbury, Va. in the Second Mississippi Infantry, Company E. During the first year the regiment was under Colonel W.C. Faulkner in Lee's army. The Second Mississippi first saw service at the first battle of Manassas, the army being then commanded by Gen. Jos. E. Johnston. Even in this first conflict many comrades fell, and Newbury was of the number detailed to bury the dead, in fact it nearly always fell to his lot to perform this duty, and as the South was left in possession of the battlefield about three times to the North one, the burying was no little part of his work.

History tells much of these strenuous campaigns, but only the men who fought in the army of Northern Virginia know the whole story. John Newbury followed Lee in every conflict to the battle of the Wilderness, where he was wounded, and went home on furlough. He then saw some of the hardest battles of the war: being with Lee at Gettysburg as well as in his first invasion of the North. At the time Newbury was sent home only about half of the original Second Mississippi was left to tell the story. He went to the home of his sister; Mrs. Anne Price, and did not return to active service.

Like most southern boys of this period Newbury spent the years in the army that by rights should have been spent in college, an the close of the war found the Old South to much impovished [sic] to educate her sons save at the plow and Newbury went at once to work.

On January 12, 1865 John B. Newbury married Miss Martha Elizabeth Reeves of Itawamba Co Mississippi, a beautiful and noble hearted girl who proved to be the best wife and mother. So, even before Lee surrendered this born young couple with little but honest purpose and a will to work, started out to aid in the building of the New South. How nobly these Confederate Veterans have builded [sic], history must tell -- and is telling.

From this marriage were born nine children as follows; William H., Robert E., Stella, Mollie, John E., Edgar, Maude, James, Walter.

The first three years of married life were spent in the old home in Mississippi.  But the war so changed the condition of things that at the first opportunity the family sought a newer country and settled in Kaufman Co Texas in the fall of 1869.

Mr Newbury fell to sleep at Courtland December 26, 1911 [according to tombstone this should be Dec 29, 1912, also this article is dated as January 04, 1913] at 7:45 A.M. Age 72 years 3 mo 27 days. He leaves Mrs. Newbury, William, John, Stella and Walter to mourn this loss.
'PIONEER DIES'

Sunday morning, at 7:45, there passed from earthly life, J.B. Newbury, pioneer of Courtland and father of our well known townsmen John and Walter Newbury.

Mr. Newbury had been in very poor health during the last three years of his life, rarely leaving the house, and was confined to his bed for several months prior to his death.
John Barlow Newberry Tombstone

The funeral was held at the home of the family, at 1 o'clock, Rev S. M. Cheek delivering a very touching tribute to the good man that had gone beyond the reach of human endeavors. The interment was at the Pearce cemetery and under the direction of the Palace Undertaking Parlors.
21 June 1870, Twp 6, Rg 7, Booneville PO, Prentiss Co Mississippi, pg 432, #96/96:
John B. Newbury, age 29, born in Alabama, Martha E. Newbury, age 22, born in Mississippi, William H. Newbury, age 2, born in Mississippi, and Robert E. Newbury, age 2, born in Mississippi         Census Image
11 June 1880, Prct 13, VanZandt Co Texas, pg 62, #5/5:
J.B. Newbury, head, age 38, born in Alabama, father born in North Carolina, mother born in Alabama, Martha E. Barlow, wife, age 22, born in Alabama, father born in Georgia, mother's birthplace not shown, Wm. H. Newbury, son, age 12, born in Mississippi, Robert E. Newbury, son, age 10, born in Mississippi, S.E. Newbury, daughter, age 8, born in Texas, M.E. Newbury, daughter, age 7, born in Texas, J.E. Newbury, son, age 6, born in Texas and John E. Newbury, son, age 2, born in Texas     Census Image
11 June 1900, Prct 7, Thurber City, Erath Co Texas, pg 248, #268/298, married 35 years, 9 children born, 4 living:
John B. Newbury, head, age 59, born September 1840 in Alabama, father born in North Carolina, mother born in Alabama, Martha Newbury, wife, age 52, born June 1848 in Mississippi, both parents born in Alabama, William Newbury, son, age 32, born January 1868 in Mississippi, Stella Newbury, daughter, age 28, born October 1871 in Texas, John E. Newbury, son, age 22, born March 1878 in Texas, Porter Newbury, son, age 16, born October 1883 in Texas, Jane Craymer, boarder, age 35, born April 1865, he and both parents born in Ohio, and Mattie Brewer, housekeeper, age 23, born October 1876, she and both parents born in Arkansas        Census Image
22 April 1910, Courtland, Cochise Co Arizona, pg 7, #166/174, married 46 years, 10 children born, 4 living:
J.B. Newbury, head, age 69, born in Alabama, father born in North Carolina, mother born in Alabama, Martha Newbury, wife, age 61, born in Mississippi, father born in Georgia, mother born in Alabama, John Newbury, son, age 32, born in Texas, and Walter Newbury, son, age 26, born in Texas         Census Image
Children of John B. Newbury and Martha Reaves are:
11 i.
WILLIAM HENRY NEWBURY, born January 1868 in Mississippi, and died 08 May 1940 in Texas
ii. ROBERT EDGAR NEWBURY, born 09 May 1870 in Tishomingo Co Texas, and died at age 13 in Texas, of congestive chill.
iii. STELLA ELECTRA NEWBURY, born 16 October 1872 in Strawn, Palo Pinto Co Texas, and died in Douglass, Cochise Co Arizona.
She married JAMES RILEY MOORE on 15 May 1890.  He was born 07 August 1863 in Toronto, and died 12 December 1912 in Ranger, Texas.
iv. MARY ANN 'MOLLY' NEWBURY, born 06 March 1873 in Kaufman Co Texas, and died c1882 at age 9 of congestive chill.
v. JOSEPH EDWARD NEWBURY, born 06 October 1874 in Kaufman Co Texas, and died c1881 at age 7 of congestive chill.
vi. MAUDE ELIZABETH NEWBURY, born 17 August 1876 in Kaufman Co Texas, and died c1878 at age 2 of summer complaint.
vii.
JOHN ECKBARD NEWBURY, born 16 March 1878 in Edgewood, VanZandt Co Texas, or Kaufman Co Texas and died 26 July 1926, Douglass, Cochise Co Arizona, burial in Calvary Cemetery, Douglass, Cochise Co Arizona.   He never married.   He is buried beside his mother.
Residence: c1900 through c1905; Cananea, Mexico, where he was for five years connected with the Cananea Copper company. 15 July 1918, 711 5th Street, Douglas, Arizona. When John died in 1926 he lived at 834 Tenth Street, Douglas, Arizona.

Education: Completed his education at Strawn College, Palo Pinto Co Strawn, Texas       [He was crippled in one leg]
John E. and Mary Newberry Tombstone
Occupation: House of Representatives, State of Arizona, First and Second Legislature, Phoenix. On his Letterhead of 15 Jul 1918. "John E. Newbury, Cochise" is first under the "side" heading "Committee on Banking and Insurance". On the right side heading of this letterhead, John E. Newbury is listed as Chairman. In this letter he also states that John B. Newbury was his father. John E. Newbury campaigned to become a Justice of the Peace for the Douglas, Arizona Precinct, No. 4, according to a Political Announcement in the June 13, 1922, Daily Dispatch newspaper of Douglas, Arizona. His campaign must have been successful, since he was referred to as Judge Newbury in his 1926 obituary.
viii. JAMES F. NEWBURY, born 14 June 1880 in VanZandt Co Texas, and died c1898 at age 18 of summer complaint.
ix.
PORTER WALTER NEWBURY, born 14 October 1883 in Thurber, Erath Co Texas, and died 12 March 1977 in Pima Co Tucson Arizona, buried with wife in Evergreen Cemetery, Bisbee, Cochise Co Arizona.
He married MARY Y. or S. KREIS
Porter and Mary Newberry
  Residence: Bisbee, Cochise Co Arizona in 1954
  Occupation: 17 November 1954, County Recorder: Cochise County, Bisbee, Arizona
  In a letter dated 17 November 1954 P.W. Newbury states that Martha E. Newbury was his mother.
"God hath not promised
Skies always blue,
Flower-strewn pathways
All our lives through;
God hath not promised
sun without rain,
Joy without sorrow,
Peace without pain.
But God hath promised
Strength for the day,
Rest for the labor,
Light along the way,
Grace for the trials,
Help from above,
Unfailing sympathy,
Undying love."

 

Porter and Mary Tombstone
  Service; Thursday, March 27, 1977, 2:00 p.m. First Baptist Church
  Officiating; Rev. Donald Gagnon
  Burial; Masonic Graveside Service, Perfect Ashlar Lodge No. 12, F & A M, Evergreen Cemetery
  Casketbearers: Ted Holmes, Dave Keyes, Milo Prince, Richard Reilly, Lonnie Cloud, Pete Brajovich
 
6.
MARY ELIZABETH NEWBURY, daughter of Sarah Barlow and Peter Newbury, was born 13 November 1833, Oak Hill, Wilcox Co Alabama, and died 09 June 1911, in Ennis, Ellis Co Texas

She married 1) LEWIS WILLIAM HOLLOWAY about 1850.  The son of Thomas Oldham Holloway and Francis Glover, he was born 17 February 1819, and died 26 September 1870.

She married 2) JAMES A. RABB on 18 November 1879 or 02 December 1879, at the home of Minister L.H. Trawick.   They  had no children
The license was either issued on 18 November, with the marriage taking place on 02 December, or the marriage took place on the 18th of November and the record filed on 02 December 1879. 
Education: "Dr. Holloway was practicing medicine in Alabama as his Medical Doctor License to Practice was issued 07 December 1846.

Lenwood Lee of Hartselle, Alabama:  "Lewis William Holloway received his medical degree in March, 1842 from Medical College of the State of South Carolina. The college is located in Charleston, South Carolina. I am reading from the cover of his dissertation."
Mary and Lewis are living with her parents in 1850 Wilcox Co Alabama     Census Image
17 June 1860, Burnt Corn, Monroe Co Alabama, pg 786, #138/135:
Lewis Holloway, age 40, Mary Holloway, age 26, Frances Holloway, age 9, Martha Holloway, age 7, Anna Holloway, age 1, Mary Holloway, age 1 month, Caleb Maxwell, age 18, all born in Alabama          Census Image
10 August 1870, Dennards Bluff, Monroe Co Alabama, pg 554, #2310/2310:
Mary E. Holloway, age 36, Fanny G. Holloway, age 18, Martha A. Holloway, age 16, Maggie Holloway, age 10, Mary A. Holloway, age 8, Lewis C. Holloway, age 6, Liddia J. Holloway, age 3, and Thomas G. Holloway, age 1, all born in Alabama     Census Image
12 June 1880, Beat 10, Pineville, Monroe Co Alabama, pg 415, #142/142:
James Rabb, head, age 72, he and both parents born in South Carolina, Mary Rabb, wife, age 47, born in Alabama, father born in North Carolina, mother born in Alabama, Fanny Holloway, step-daughter, age 26, Margaret Holloway, step-daughter, age 19, Lewis Holloway, step-son, age 16, Eliza Holloway, step-daughter, age 13, and Thomas Holloway, step-son, age 10, all children born in Alabama        Census Image
1900, Monroe Co Alabama, Mary S. Rabb, age 66, born November 1833 in Alabama, is living with her daughter and son-in-law, J.S. and Fanny Marshall    Census Image
I was unable to locate Mary Rabb in 1910, though she is said to have died in Ellis Co Texas.  I did find a Mary F. Rabb in 1910, Harris Co Texas, but she is age 81, born in Alabama, married 4 times, 7 children born, 4 living. I don't think it is her.   Too many conflicts.    Census Image
Children of Mary and Lewis are:
12 i.
FRANCES GLOVER 'FANNY' HOLLOWAY, born c1851. 
13 ii.
MARTHA ATWOOD 'MATTIE' HOLLOWAY, born 10 January 1853 in Alabama, and died 22 December 1919 in Montgomery Co Alabama, burial in Greenwood Cemetery, Montgomery Co Alabama.

iii. MARGARET 'MAGGIE' HOLLOWAY
iv. ANNA HOLLOWAY, born c1859 in Alabama
14 v.
MARY ADDY HOLLOWAY, born January 1863 in Alabama, probably died before 1910 in Ellis Co Texas
15 vi. LEWIS COLE HOLLOWAY, born c1864-65 in Alabama, probably died before 1930 in Ennis, Ellis Co Texas
vii. LYDIA J. HOLLOWAY, born c1867-68 in Alabama
viii. THOMAS G. HOLLOWAY, born December 1868 in Alabama.  He married 2 times, first to MELLIE, and second to EURA.  He probably did not have children.
In 1900, he is living with his sister, Fannie Marshall in Monroe Co Alabama, see #12       1910 Monroe Co Alabama          1920 Monroe Co Alabama
 
7.
JAMES F. NEWBURY3, son of Sarah Barlow and Peter Newbury, was born 01 April 1838, Oak Hill, Wilcox Co Alabama, and died 19 November 1912, Reagan, Falls Co Texas, burial in Johnson Cemetery, Reagan, Falls Co Texas

He married MARGARET J. 'MAGGIE' VAUGHN on 11 April 1858 in Mobile, Mobile Co Alabama in the home of Beckham Vaughn, by A.C. Ramsey M.G. The daughter of Beckham Vaughn and Ann Ward, natives of South Carolina, she was born 30 March 1839 in Wilcox Co Alabama, and died 28 January 1908 in Falls Co Texas, burial in Johnson Cemetery, Reagan, Falls Co Texas.
12 July 1860, Rehoboth E. Division, Wilcox Co Alabama, pg 1049, #239/268
J.F. Newberry, age 22, and Margarett Newberry, age 21, both born in Alabama           Census Image
In 1862, James F. Newberry enlisted in the Confederate States Army in Company F, 53rd Alabama Cavalry - serving until the end of the war.
23 August 1870, Foxes Mills, PO Camden Wilcox Co Alabama, pg 503, #83/84
James Newberry, age 32, Margaret Newberry, age 32, Emma Newberry, age 8, Clara Newberry, age 4, and Vaughn Newberry, age 2, all born in Alabama   Census Image
James brought his family to Falls Co Texas in 1876, where he purchased a half interest in a cotton gin in the Reagan Community, in addition to purchasing thirteen lots in Reagan.   Son-in-law, Thomas C. Hagens was his partner. Within ten years, James F. Newberry owned 850 acres of land, and was a half-owner of the new steam operated gin.   The family belonged to the Methodist Church of Reagan.  [Falls Co Genealogical Society]
09 June 1880, ED 39, Falls Co Texas, pg 207, #151/151:
James F. Newberry, head, age 42, born in Alabama, father born in North Carolina, mother born in Alabama, Maggie Newberry, wife, age 41, born in Alabama, mother born in South Carolina, mother born in Georgia, Emma Clara Newberry, daughter, age 14, born in Alabama, Vaughn Newberry, son, age 11, born in Alabama, P. Vaughn, boarder, age 74, born in South Carolina, and H.A. Vaughn, boarder, age 64, born in Georgia  [I believe these are Maggie's parents]   Census Image
In 1900, James F., age 62, born April 1838, and Maggie J., age 61, born March 1839, both born in Alabama, are living with their son, Vaughn, see #17
13 May 1910, Prct 3, Falls Co Texas, pg  , #57/57:
James F. Newberry, head, widower, age 72, he and both parents born in Alabama, Sara Rodes, housekeeper, age 22, born in Tennessee, and Laren Rodes, servant, age 7, born in Texas             Census Image
Children of James and Maggie are:
i. JAMES F. NEWBURY, JR.4, born 20 November 1859 in Mobile Co Alabama, and died 30 November 1859 in Mobile Co Alabama
ii. EMMA W. NEWBURY, born c1862 in Alabama  She married R.T. MOORE of Falls Co Texas
16 iii. CLARA COLE NEWBURY, born 29 August 1865 in Alabama, and died 05 November 1904 Reagan, Falls Co Texas
17 iv. VAUGHN W. NEWBURY, born July 1865 in Alabama.
 
8.
IDA FLORENCE WILLIAMS3, daughter of Sarah Barlow and Richard Williams, was born 20 August 1855 in Alabama, and died 24 February 1930 in Kemper Co Mississippi.

She married WALTER HENRY 'WALT' DANIEL.  The son of John W. Daniel and Sarah Lark Robison, he was born 07 March 1834 in Wilcox Co Alabama, and died 28 December 1909 in Binnsville, Kemper Co Mississippi. He had previously been married to Mary Stewart. 
10-11 June 1880, Dst 64, Kemper Co Mississippi, pg 31, #90:
Walter Daniel, head, age 45, born in Alabama, both parents born in South Carolina, Ida Daniel, wife, age 25, born in Alabama, father born in South Carolina, mother born in Mississippi, Sallie Daniel, daughter, age 7, Sarah Daniel, age 6, Lila Daniel, daughter, age 4, and Walter Daniel, son, age 3, all children born in Mississippi, Addie Holloway, niece, age 18, born in Alabama, father born in Louisiana, mother born in Alabama      Census Image
05 June 1900, Scooba, Kemper Co Mississippi, pg 5a, #93/93, married 29 years, 4 children born, 4 living:
Walt H. Daniel, head, age 66, born March 1834 in Alabama, both parents born in South Carolina, Ida Daniel, wife, age 44, born August 1855 in Alabama, both parents born in South Carolina, Sallie Daniel, daughter, born November 1872 in Mississippi, Flora Tucker, daughter, widow, age 26, born December 1873 in Mississippi, Patric Tucker, grandson, age 5, born May 1895 in Mississippi        Census Image
11 May 1910, Twp 12, Rg 19, Kemper Co Mississippi, pg 269, #57/57, 4 children born, 4 living:
Ida F. Daniel, head, widow, age 56, born in Alabama, father born in South Carolina, mother born in Alabama, Lora W. Tucker, daughter, widow, age 35, born in Mississippi, Patrick Tucker, grandson, age 15, born in Mississippi       Census Image
I did not locate Ida in a 1920 census
Children of Ida and Walter are:
i. SALLIE R. DANIEL4, born 12 November 1872 in Binnsville, Kemper Co Mississippi, and died 25 December 1919, in Laurel, Jones Co Mississippi
She married JAMES V. DILLION.  He was born 05 June 1862, and died 05 October 1946
ii.
SARAH / FLORA / LORA W. DANIEL, born December 1873.
She married MR. TUCKER who had died before 1900, had one child, PATRICK, born May 1895 in Mississippi.
iii. LILA DANIEL
iv. WALTER H. DANIEL
 
9.
JOHN T. BARLOW3, son of George W. Barlow and Mary A. Holloway, was born 01 April 1855 in Richmond, Dallas Co Alabama. and died 14 July 1930 in Alice, Jim Wells Co Texas.

He married MOLLIE WATSON c1887 in Bartlett, Williamson / Bell Co Texas.
I think John may have been married prior to Mollie:  A cemetery marker at Barclay Cemetery in Falls Co Texas shows Cintha Barlow, dau of J.T. and S.A. born 08 March 1884, and died 10 November 1886. 
Alice Echo, July 17, 1930    [Barlow Genealogy]

J.T. Barlow Dies

After an illness extending over a period of more than a year, J.T. Barlow, who has been making his home in Alice for the past eight years, died at this home in this city, Monday afternoon. (14th July) He came to Alice from central Texas, where during his earlier years he had been active in politics and business. For two or three years after arriving in this county, he was a contractor and helped to build the first highways through here, and continued his connection with the highway department until failing health demanded his retirement from active duty.

He was born in Richmond, Alabama on April 01, 1855 and married in 1887 at Bartlett, Texas to Miss Mollie Watkins. Three children were born to this union: Freddie, George M., and Grace.    He is survived by two sisters, and one brother, (Benjamin) and his brother-in-law.

M.S. Stanford of Dorena was here the make the arrangements pertaining to the funeral, which was held this morning at 10 o'clock under the direction of Moyer's Mortuary, with Reverend Holder, pastor of the Episcopal Church, conducting the services. The Echo joins in extending sympathy to the bereaved relatives.
The following news articles transcribed by Lena Stone Criswell for Falls Co TexasGenweb, used here by permission
THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Thirteenth Year - Number 5 Marlin, Texas, Thursday, April 03, 1902 ----- LOCAL NEWS.
The city election at Lott resulted in the election of John T. Barlow as mayor and the following (sic) aldermen: Geo. A. Hodges, A. Poulson, M.A. Reese, R.P. Watts, J.R. Haden. W.R. Southwell, son of J.R. Southwell, was elected city marshal.
THE MARLIN DEMOCRAT Thirteenth Year - Number (Missing) Marlin, Texas, Thursday, May 15, 1902
----- HENRY CLUBS ORGANIZED ----- His Friends are Rallying to His Support in All Sections.
Lott--Jno. T. Barlow, president, Aquilla Calhoun, secretary.
THE MARLIN DEMOCRAT Thirteenth Year - Number 43 Marlin, Texas, Thursday, June 19, 1902
----- COUNTY CONVENTION ----- Democratic Cohorts Assembled in Biennial Conclave. ----- ............ Jno. Barlow and J. N. Adams were appointed Sergt At Arms. The committee as selected were the following: ON CREDENTIALS. Jno. G Olorf (sic), Jim Adams, Ace Willis, O. C Joleus, B E Clark, J N Vaughn, Luther Peeples, J C Kennedy, J T Barlow, Henry Benson, W T Moon, W H Smith, Lee Bradshaw, C G Winkelman, H T Rogers, Chas W Hickerson, H Potthoff, A C Schneider, Sid Gaines, T D Brewer, J G Brown, C J Bartlett, F T DeGraffrenidt, Geo Islieb, D C Clark, A H Hodge, Lee Fiser, W S Harlan, J G Brown. ..............
THE MARLIN DEMOCRAT Thirteenth Year - Number 44 Marlin, Texas, Thursday, June 26, 1902 ----- LOCALS.
John T. Barlow of Lott, has gone west for the benefit of his wife's health. Mr. Barlow has been a citizen in Falls county for twenty-five years.
THE MARLIN DEMOCRAT Thirteenth Year - Number 44 Marlin, Texas, Thursday, June 26, 1902 ----- LIST OF DELEGATES ----- TO THE VARIOUS CONVENTIONS, DISTRICT AND STATE. ----- Chosen by Democratic Convention. ----- STATE CONVENTION
Precinct 4:--Joe Adkins, Joe Powell, A.F. Ferguson, J H Sammon, E J Daffan, L. Cohen, J.R. Southwell, J.A. Moore, Jno Barlow, H. Bernson, J.J. Jones, W.F. Hoelscher, E.O. Adams, W.A. Henslee, Jake Bolin, G.L. Farmer, Luther Peeples, R.N. Sparks, J.W. Stuart.
From Falls Co THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Thirteenth Year - Number 44 Marlin, Texas, Thursday, July 03, 1902 ----- LOTT LOCALS
Mr. John Barlow and family have gone to Del Rio, Texas, for the benefit of Mrs. Barlow's health.
THE MARLIN DEMOCRAT Eighteenth Year - Number 15  Marlin, Texas, Thursday, June 6, 1907
J.T. Barlow and wife to R.L. Buckelow, 126 acres A.G. Rowson survey, $5670.
I was unable to locate John in an 1880 census. His brother came to Texas after 1880, but before 1884, but John may have come with the Newberry's in 1876.
05 June 1900, Lott, Falls Co Texas, pg 4b, #83/84, married 13 years, 3 children born, 3 living, indexed as Baslson:
John T. Barlow, head, age 45, born April 1845 in Alabama, both parents born in Alabama, Mollie Barlow, wife,a ge 30, born January 1869 in Texas, both parents born in Mississippi, Freda Barlow, daughter, age 12, born January 1888 in Texas, George Barlow, son, age 4, born February 1896 in Texas, and Isaace Barlow, daughter, age 1, born November 1898 in Texas      Census Image
I could not locate them in a 1910 census, though the newspaper article of 1902 showed them to have moved to Del Rio, Val Verde Co Texas
09 January 1920, Prct 1, Jim Wells Co Texas, pg 2b, FM 39/40:
John T. Barlow, head, widower, age 71, born in Alabama, father born in Virginia, mother born in South Carolina        Census Image
03 May 1930, Prct 1, Jim Wells Co Texas, pg 14a, #255/260:
John T. Barlow, head, age 83, born in Alabama, both parents born in the U.S.      Census Image
Children of John and Mollie as named in his obituary, are:
i. FREDA / FREDDIE BARLOW4, born January 1888 in Texas
ii. GEORGE M. BARLOW, born February 1896 in Texas
iii. GRACE BARLOW, born November 1898 in Texas
 
10.
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN BARLOW3, son of George W. Barlow and Mary A. Holloway, was born 01 May 1861 in Dallas Co Alabama, and died 21 March 1936 in Falls Co Texas.

He married ERMA ELIZABETH ATKINS.  The daughter of James Revena Atkins and Rebecca Jane Powell, he was born 21 March 1880 in Butler Co Alabama, and died 23 June 1975.   Both are buried in Phillips Cemetery, Travis, Falls Co Texas.  Tombstone photos are courtesy of Terri Sue Pratt, photographed for Falls Co Texas Genweb
Benjamin and Emma Tombstone
The following news article transcribed by Lena Stone Criswell for Falls Co Texas Genweb, used here by permission
THE MARLIN DEMOCRAT Eighteenth Year - Number 12 Marlin, Texas, Thursday, May 16, 1907 ------- REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS -----
S H Tucker and wife to B F Barlow, lot in Lott, $1,000.
06 June 1900, Prct 4, Lott, Falls Co Texas, pg 8a, #139/142, married 3 years, 2 children born, 2 living:
Ben F. Barlow, age 39, born May 1861, he and both parents born in Alabama, Irma Barlow, wife, age 19, born March 1881, she and both parents born in Alabama, Bennie F. Barlow, son, age 2, born February 1898 in Texas, and Annie G. Barlow, daughter, age 3 months, born February 1900 in Texas   Census Image
18 April 1910, Lott, Falls Co Texas, pg 4b, #71/76, married 12 years, 4 children born, 4 living:
Ben F. Barlow, head, age 48, he and both parents born in Alabama, Urna Barlow, wife, age 30, she and both parents born in Alabama, Ben Barlow, Jr., son, age 11, born in Texas, Annie Barlow, daughter, age 10, born in Texas, George Barlow, son, age 7, Addie Barlow, daughter, age 4, born in Texas, Beckia Atkins, mother-in-law, age 53, widowed, she and both parents born in Alabama, and Mable Atkins, sister-in-law, age 19, born in Texas     Census Image 1    Census Image 2
08 January 1920, Prct 4, Falls Co Texas, pg 3a, FM 54/54:
Bene F. Barlow, Sr., head, age 58, he and both parents born in Alabama, Erma E. Barlow, wife, age 39, she and both parents born in Alabama, Benjamin F. Barlow, son, age 21, born in Texas, Annie Barlow, daughter, age 19, born in Texas, George Barlow, son, age 16, born in Texas, Adda Barlow, daughter, age 13, born in Texas    Census Image
18 April 1930, Prct 7, Falls Co Texas, pg 12b, #238/244:
B.F. Barlow, age 69, he and both parents born in Alabama, Lizzie Bell Barlow, wife, age 50, she and both parents born in Alabama, Ben Barlow, son, age 32, born in Texas, and Addie Barlow, daughter, age 24, born in Texas         Census Image
Children of Ben and Erma are:  [dates from Falls Co Texas Genweb ]
i. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN BARLOW, JR.4, born 27 February 1898, and died 10 October 1962, burial in Phillips Cemetery, Falls Co Texas
Ben Jr. Tomb
Purczinsky Tombstone
ii.
ANNIE GUDE BARLOW, born 27 February 1900 in Falls Co Texas, and died 28 May 1971 in Waco, McLennan Co Texas
She married JULIUS D. PURCZINSKY on 21 March 1897. He was born 28 July 1900 in McLennan Co Texas, and died 10 October 1969 in Waco, McLennan Co Texas. Both are buried in Cottonwood Cemetery, Lorena, Falls Co Texas 
iii.
GEORGE LEWIS BARLOW, born 28 June 1903 in Falls Co Texas, and died December 1970 in Waco, McLennan Co Texas
He married DELLA HAENISCH. The daughter of George and Theresa Haenisch, she was born 07 August 1908, and died 14 September 1989 in Milam, Sabine Co Texas 
Children: GEORGE LEWIS BARLOW, born 20 July 1930 in Falls Co Texas and died 09 October 1991 in Tippecanoe Co Indiana, and DAVID HARMON BARLOW, born 22 February 1937 in Falls Co Texas, and died 26 January 2006 in Navasota, Grimes Co Texas 
iv. MARY ADDIE BARLOW, born 10 January 1906 in Falls Co Texas, and died December 1979 in Dallas Co Texas
She married H. FRAZIER on  12 May 1937 in Falls Co Texas        Marriage License  [Barlow Genealogy]
GENERATION 4
11.
WILLIAM HENRY NEWBURY4, son of John Barlow Newbury and Martha Reeves, was born January 1868 in Mississippi, and died 08 May 1940 in Refugio Co Texas

He married MINNIE LEE WILLIAMS. She was born 17 December 1875, and died March 1958 in Refugio Co Texas.
03 May 1910, Prct 2, Eastland Co Texas, pg 15a, #199/199, married 8 years, 6 children born, 4 living:
William H. Newbury, head, age 41, born in Mississippi, father born in Alabama, mother born in Mississippi, Minnie L. Newbury, wife, age 32, born in Texas, father born in Mississippi, mother born in Alabama, William H. Newbury, son, age 6, born in Mexico, Charles H. Newbury, son, age 5, born in Texas, Bryan Newbury, son, age 3, born in Texas, Velma Newbury, daughter, age 2, born in Texas, and Joe S. White, hired hand, age 23, born in Mississippi       Census Image
17 January 1920, Prct 2, LaSalle Co Texas, pg 2b, FM 16/16:
Will H. Newbury, head, age 51, he and both parents born in Mississippi, Minnie L. Newbury, wife, age 43, she and both parents born in Texas, William H. Newbury, son, age 16, born in Mexico, Charles H. Newbury, age 15, born in Texas, Bryan Newbury, son, age 13, born in Texas, and Velma L. Newbury, daughter, age 11, born in Texas     Census Image
I did not locate them in a 1930 census
In 1941 and 1944, Minnie, widow of Wm. H. Newbury, is listed in the Corpus Christi City Directories  [Nueces Co] along with Charles H., William H., and Bryan G.
i.
WILLIAM HENRY NEWBURY, JR.5, born 20 June 1903 in Mexico, and died 23 March 1987 in Refugio Co Texas, burial in Oakwood Cemetery, Refugio Co Texas
He married BERTHA ESTELLE HALL on 21 May 1924 in McMullen Co Texas. She was born 26 May 1906, and died 20 May 1992, burial in Oakwood Cemetery, Refugio Co Texas
ii. CHARLES H. NEWBURY    He married GLADYS      [1941-1944 Corpus Christi City Directory]
iii. BRYAN G. NEWBURY
iv. VELMA L. NEWBURY
 
12. FRANCES GLOVER 'FANNY' HOLLOWAY4, daughter of Mary Elizabeth Newbury and Lewis William Holloway, was born c1851.

She married JOHN SAMUEL MARSHALL on 02 December 1880 in the the home of J.A. Rabb.
16 June 1900, Prct 10, Pineville, Monroe Co Alabama, pg 6a, #102/102, married 20 years, 5 children born, 5 living:
Jack S. Marshall, head, age 59, born September 1843, he and both parents born in Alabama, Fannie G. Marshall, wife, age 48, born June 1851, she and both parents born in Alabama, John S. Marshall, son, age 18, born September 1882 in Alabama, Earl B. Marshall, daughter, age 16, born June 1884 in Alabama, Claud E. Marshall, daughter, age 14, born October 1885 in Alabama, Willie L. Marshall, son, age 12, born December 1887 in Alabama, Beartha L. Marshall, daughter, age 3, born February 1897 in Alabama, Mary E. Rabb, mother [mother of Fannie], widowed, age 66, born November 1833 in Alabama, father born in North Carolina, mother born in Louisiana, and Thomas G. Holloway, son-in-law, [should be brother-in-law], age 31, born December 1868 in Alabama            Census Image
I did not locate the family again in 1910.
Children of Fannie and John are:
i. JOHN S. MARSHALL5, born September 1882 in Alabama
ii. EARL B. MARSHALL, born June 1884 in Alabama
iii. CLAUD E. MARSHALL, born October 1885 in Alabama
iv. WILLIE L. MARSHALL, born December 1887 in Alabama
v. BERTHA L. MARSHALL, born February 1897 in Alabama
 
13.

MARTHA ATTWOOD 'MATTIE' HOLLOWAY4, daughter of Mary Elizabeth Newbury and Lewis William Holloway, was born 10 January 1853 in Alabama, and died 22 December 1919 in Montgomery Co Alabama, burial in Greenwood Cemetery, Montgomery Co Alabama.

She married JOHN WASHINGTON LEE on 11 February 1872 in Monroe Co Alabama.  He was born 07 April 1849 in Monroe Co Alabama, and died 09 October 1905 in Monroe Co Alabama.

12 June 1880, Prct 10, Pineville, Monroe Co Alabama, pg 415, #135/135:
John Lee, head, age 31, Martha Lee, wife, age 26, William Lee, age 7, Caroline Lee, age 5, John Lee, age 2, and Fanny Lee, age 9 months, they and all parents born in Alabama          Census Image
16 June 1900, Prct 10, Pineville, Monroe Co Alabama, pg 6a, #101/101, married 27 years, 10 children born, 7 living:
John W. Lee, head, age 51, born April 1849, Martha A. Lee, wife, age 47, born January 1853, Caroline E. Lee, daughter, age 25, born February 1875, Jack T. Lee, son, age 23, born November 1877, Albert W. Lee, son, age 16, born December 1883, Richard W. Lee, son, age 14, born December 1885, Bula A. Lee, daughter, age 12, born December 1887, Maggie E. Lee, daughter, age 10, born December 1889, and Mary A. Lee, daughter, age 8, born November 1891, they and all parents born in Alabama    Census Image
I did not find Martha in a 1910 census
Children of Mattie and John are:
i. WILLIAM EDWARD LEE5, born 06 April 1873 in Alabama, and died 26 October 1880 in Indian Springs, Monroe Co Alabama
ii. CAROLINE ELIZABETH 'BESSIE' LEE, born 25 February 1875 in Alabama, and died 15 January 1906, Selma, Dallas Co Alabama
iii.
JOHN THOMAS 'JACK' LEE, born 05 November 1877 in Indian Springs, Monroe Co Alabama, and died 20 November 1962 in Orville, Dallas Co Alabama.
He married MARY ELIZABETH LILES on 10 December 1905 in Dallas Co Alabama. She was born 22 February 1887 in Clarke Co Alabama, and died 30 June 1829 in Orville, Dallas Co Alabama
iv. FANNY JANE LEE, born 19 August 1879 in Alabama, and died August 1882 in Indian Springs, Monroe Co Alabama
v. LEWIS WILLARD LEE, born 02 March 1881 in Alabama, and died 17 April 1888 in Indian Springs, Monroe Co Alabama
vi.
ALBERT WASHINGTON LEE, born 07 December 1883 in Alabama, and died 03 May 1923 Montgomery Co Alabama
He married DOVIE PARALEE BURT on 18 December 1907 Dallas Co Alabama.  She was born  13 May 1892 in Perry Co Alabama, and died 10 January 1974 Montgomery, Montgomery Co Alabama
vii. RICHARD WILLIAM 'DICK' LEE, born 10 December 1885 in Monroe Co Alabama, and died in Marion Co Alabama.
He married WILLIE MAE
viii. BEULAH ATTWOOD LEE, born 15 December 1887 in Alabama, and died 14 April 1923 in Selma, Dallas Co Alabama
She married WILLIAM JACOB ROLLINS. He was born 10 May 1881, and died February 1964 in Alabama
ix.
MARGARET ELIZA 'MAGGIE' LEE, born 14 December 1889 in Alabama, and died 07 September 1975 Montgomery, Montgomery Co Alabama
She married WESLEY MARVIN CORBITT on 30 October 1913.  He was born 25 November 1886 Henry Co Alabama, and died 24 April 1973 in Montgomery, Montgomery Co Alabama
x. MARY ANNE 'ANNIE' LEE, born 17 November 1891 in Monroe Co Alabama, and died 12 November 1972 in Brea, Orange Co California
She married ROBERT HENRY 'ROB' GUNN on 17 November 1910. He was born 01 January 1892, and died in Montgomery, Montgomery Co Alabama
 
14.
MARY ADDY HOLLOWAY4, daughter of Mary Elizabeth Newbury and Lewis William Holloway, was born January 1863 in Alabama, and died 06 March 1920 in Ennis, Ellis Co Texas. 

She married JOSEPH JOHNSON MCKEE.  The son of John Perry McKee and Evaline Palmer, he was born July 1862 in Wilcox Co Alabama, and died 07 December 1934 in Kaufman Co Texas.   [Ancestry.com]
04 June 1900, Prct 3, Falls Co Texas, pg 102, #65/65, married 14 years, 4 children born, 4 living:
John J. McKee, head, age 37, born July 1862 in Alabama, parents birthplaces not shown, Mary A. McKee, wife, age 378, born January 1863 in Alabama, father born in North Carolina, mother born in Alabama, Oscar J. McKee, son, age 13, born June 1886 in Texas, Palmer L. McKee, son, age 11, born July 1889 in Texas, John B. McKee, son, age 9, born November 1890 in Texas, and Hugh C. McKee, age 7, born April 1893 in Texas           Census Image
I could not find Joseph and Mary in 1910, but found their children. L. Palmer, age 21, and Hugh C., age 15, are living together in Ennis, Ellis Co Illinois, and have 3 boarders in their home, [Census Image] while Bradley, age 19, is living in the home with his uncle, Lewis Holloway  [Census Image]
08 January 1920, Ennis, Ellis Co Texas, pg 6a, #508/113/130:
Joseph C. McKee, head, age 58, he and both parents born in Alabama, Adelaid McKee, wife, age 43, she and both parents born in Alabama, and Hugh McKee, son, age 26, born in Texas           Census Image
05 April 1930, Ennis, Ellis Co Texas, pg 5b, #206/130/139:
Hugh C. McKee, head, age 35, born in Texas, both parents born in Alabama, Dovie R. McKee, wife, age 20, born in Texas, father born in Tennessee, mother born in Alabama, Betty J. McKee, daughter, age --, and John J. McKee, father, age 68. widower, he and both parents born in Alabama      Census Image
Children of Mary and Joseph are: 
i. JOSEPH OSCAR MCKEE5, born June 1886 in Texas.  He returned to Alabama
ii.
LEWIS PALMER MCKEE, born 11 July 1888 in Falls Co Texas, and died 13 November 1975 in Amarillo, Potter Co Texas
He married JEWELL ARNOLD PORTER. The daughter of John Bell Porter and Mary Luraine Ferguson, she was born 25 August 1890 in Baylor Co Texas, and died 09 September 1988 in Amarillo, Potter Co Texas     [Ancestry.com]
iii. JOHN BRADLEY MCKEE, born November 1890 in Texas
iv. HUGH COCHRAN MCKEE, born April 1893 in Texas, and died 1976 in Dallas Co Texas.  He married DOVIE R.     [Ancestry.com]
 
15.

LEWIS / LOUIS COLE HOLLOWAY4, son of Mary Elizabeth Newbury and Lewis William Holloway, was born February 1866 in Alabama, and died 29 October 1929 in Ennis, Ellis Co Texas

He married MILLIE or WILLIE E. FOOTE.  She was born August 1889 in Mississippi.    He married 2) CHARLIE c1902. She was born in Florida

12 June 1900, Ennis, Ellis Co Texas, pg 16b, #346/350, married 1 year, 1 child born, 1 living:
Louis C. Holloway, head, age 34, born February 1866, he and both parents born in Alabama, Millie/Willie E. Holloway, wife, age 19, born August 1880, she and both parents born in Mississippi, Louis W. Holloway, son, age 7 months, born October 1899 in Texas, and Mary E. Foote, sister-in-law, age 23, born March 1877 in Mississippi     Census Image
21 April 1910, Ennis, Ellis Co Texas, pg 12b, #264/270, married 8 years, 3 children born, 2 living:
Lewis C. Holloway, head, age 44, he and both parents born in Alabama, Charlie Holloway, wife, age 30, born in Florida, both parents born in Alabama, Lewis Holloway, son, age 10, born in Texas, Leonard Holloway, son, age 5, born in Texas, Thomas Holloway, age 0 months, born in Texas, and Bradley McKee, boarder, [nephew] age 19, born in Texas, both parents born in Alabama     Census Image
22 January 1920, Ennis, Ellis Co Texas, pg --, #609/250/431:
Louis C. Holloway, head, age 55, he and both parents born in Alabama, Charlie D. Holloway, wife, age 40, born in Florida, both parents born in Alabama, Leonard C. Holloway, son, age 15, born in Texas, Tom G. Holloway, son, age 13, born in Texas, Witt D. Holloway, son, age 6, born in Texas, and Kathleen E. Holloway, daughter, age 2 years 3 months, born in Texas      Census Image
Child of Lewis and unknown wife is:
i. LEWIS C. or W. HOLLOWAY5, born 25 October 1899 in Texas, and died January 1970 in Dallas Co Texas
Children of Lewis and Charlie are:
ii. LEONARD C. HOLLOWAY5, born c1905 in Texas
iii. THOMAS G. 'TOM' HOLLOWAY, born c1907 in Texas
iv. WITT D. HOLLOWAY, born c1914 in Texas
v. KATHLEEN E. HOLLOWAY, born c1917-1918 in Texas
 
16.
CLARA COLE NEWBURY4, daughter of James F. Newbury and Margaret J. Vaughn, was born 29 August 1865 in Alabama, and died 05 November 1904 Reagan, Falls Co Texas

She married THOMAS COGBORN HAGENS on 03 December 1882 in Reagan, Falls Co Texas.   The son of William Beauregard Hagens and Elvira Ann Mosely, he was born 31 January 1869 [1900 census shows 1855] in Upshur Co Texas, and died 07 April 1923 in Anson, Jones Co Texas.  He married IDA after Clara's death, and is in the Anson, Jones Co Texas in the 1910 and 1920 census.
18 June 1900, Prct 3, Falls Co Texas, pg 17a, #306/309, married 17 years, 2 children born, 2 living:
Thomas C. Hagens, head, age 45, born January 1855 in Texas, both parents born in Alabama, Clara C. Hagens, wife, age 34, born August 1865, she and both parents born in Alabama, Irma Hagens, daughter, age 15, born September 1884 in Texas, Eula Hagens, daughter, age 10, born November 1889 in Texas, and William E. Whiteside, boarder, age 25, born August 1874, he and both parents born in North Carolina.     Census Image
Children of Clara and Thomas are:
i. IRMA HAGENS5, born September 1884 in Texas
ii. EULA A. HAGENS, born November 1889 in Texas
 
17. VAUGHN W. NEWBURY4, son of James F. Newbury and Margaret J. Vaughn, was born July 1865 in Alabama.

He married MAMIE c1891.
04 June 1900, Prct 3, Falls Co Texas, pg 102, #65/65, married 9 years, 2 children born, 2 living:
Vaugh W. Newberry, head, age 31, born July 1868, he and both parents born in Alabama, Mamie Newberry, wife, age 25, born May 1875, she and both parents born in Alabama, Willie M. Newberry, daughter, age 5, born April 1895 in Texas, Percy Newberry, son, age 3, born April 1897 in Texas, James F. Newberry, father, age 62, born April 1838 in Alabama, father born in South Carolina, mother born in North Carolina, Maggie J. Newberry, mother, age 61, born March 1839, born in Alabama, both parents born in South Carolina, they had been married 42 years, 5 children born, 3 living      Census Image
28 April 1910, Marlin, Falls Co Texas, pg 4b, #433/512, married 17 years, 3 children born, 3 living:
Vaughn W. Newberry, head, age 42, he and both parents born in Alabama, Mamie Newberry, wife, age 36, she and both parents born in Alabama, Willie May Newberry, daughter, age 16, born in Texas, Percy Newberry, son, age 13, born in Texas, and ____ P. Newberry, daughter, age 8, born in Texas      Census Image
I did not locate Vaughn and Mamie in a 1920 census, but did find their daughter, Willie May, married to Thomas R. Galloway:
08 January 1920, San Antonio, Bexar Co Texas, pg 5, #100/120:
Thomas R. Galloway, age 28, born in Mississippi, Willie M. Galloway, wife, age 26, born in Texas, Ruth V. Galloway, daughter, age 5, born in Texas, T.R. Galloway, Jr., age 3, born in Texas, and Percy V. Newberry, brother, age 23, born in Texas            Census Image
Children of Vaughn and Mamie are:
i. WILLIE MAY NEWBURY5, born April 1895 in Texas.  She married THOMAS R. GALLOWAY
ii.
PERCY V. NEWBURY, born April 1897 in Texas.  He was with his sister in 1920 Bexar Co Texas, and a single lodger in the Alberthal home in Bexar Co Texas in 1930.
iii. ____ P. NEWBURY [daughter], born c1908 in Texas
 
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