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RICHARD BARLOW2, (Thomas1) son of Thomas Barlow and Elizabeth Roscoe, was born 28 December 1784, in Brunswick Co Virginia.  Richard Barlow, a 50 year deacon, died 12 May 1864 of dropsy at his residence near Indian Springs, Butts Co Georgia. He contributed to the endowment of Mercer University.   He is buried in Barlow Cemetery, Indian Springs, Butts Co Georgia. His estate was probated 06 June 1864 in Butts Co Georgia.

He married 1) MARTHA HOLLINGSWORTH, daughter of George Hollingsworth. Martha was born 19 January 1790 in Edgefield District, South Carolina and died 29 June 1851 in Butts Co Georgia, burial in Barlow Family Cemetery, Indian Springs, Butts Co Georgia.

Richard married 2) Mrs. FRANCES KING 18 September 1851 Butts Co Georgia; by W. H. C. Mickleberry, JP --descendant Clinton D. Barlow--
Received from the estate of his father: Slave: Rebeckah and her children, worth $380, and owed the estate $55.62 ½.
Clinton Barlow states:   Richard Barlow moved with his family from Virginia to North Carolina, thence to South Carolina, and finally to Laurens County, Georgia. He became a wealthy planter and slave owner in Laurens County, where he, together with his father, Thomas and brother James, were founding members of the Poplar Springs Baptist Church and later founded the Rocky Creek Baptist Church. For over fifty years Richard Barlow served as deacon in the Baptist Church and contributed liberally to the founding of Mercer University in Macon, Georgia. Shortly after 1840, Richard Barlow moved from Laurens County to Butts County, Georgia, where he purchased a 700 acre tract of land that would become and is still referred to as the "Barlow Plantation." In fact, the bulk of the land that comprised Richard Barlow's farm remains intact today. As in Laurens County, Richard became a well respected citizen and slave owner in Butts County. Besides the Barlow Plantation, Richard Barlow owned much property in Butts County, mainly in the southern region near the town of Indian Springs. It was on one of his tracts of land just south of the Springs that he established the Barlow Cemetery which still exists and is one of the oldest in the county. In addition to members of the Barlow and related families that are buried in the old family graveyard, there are several of the loyal Barlow slaves that are buried near the rear of the cemetery. Incidentally, there are many black Barlow's today who are descendents of these Barlow servants who adopted the Barlow name after the close of the War Between the States.
Richard Barlow: Will written December 28, 1859. Daughters Nelly Barlow, seven grandchildren, children of James Barlow, Margaret, Amelia, Virgil, Arthur, Martha, George, and Simon--; Negroes to six children, Lucinda Barlow, Cynthia Elder, Laura A. Daughtry, Mahala D. Morris, sons, Eldridge Barlow, and Leroy S. Barlow, wife, Fanny Barlow. Agreement: her property to her children-"my property to my children".
Executor, Charles F. Newton.    Witnesses: R.C. Allen, John O. Stewart, James M. Newton.    [Does anyone have a full copy of this will?]

The SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE     Laurens Co Georgia     Issue: 22 July 1864
No page #  Column 5

Another Father in Israel has fallen! Brother Richard Barlow is no more. He died suddenly of dropsy of the heart, at his residence near Indian Springs, Butts County, Ga, on 12th May 1864, in his 80th year.  He was born in Virginia, moved to Lawrence (sic) County, Ga., in early life, but for 24 years has lived in and near this place.

Bro. Barlow was not an ordinary man.

…But for 54 years he wore the adorning profession of Christ, …

For fifty years he filled the office of a deacon well, and was for many years a delegate to the Association. Having a liberal fortune, his house was ever open to God’s people especially his ministers. He contributed liberally to the endowment of Mercer University.

Bro. Barlow raised a large and interesting family of children. The aged and infirm wife is bereft as the vine from which the storm has driven away the strong oak around which it clung for support.

The SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE Laurens Co Georgia    Issue: 09 October 1851
Page 163   Column 5

Died, on the 29th day of June last, at the residence of her husband, near the Indian Springs Butts County ~ in the 61rst year of her age, Mrs. Martha Barlow, wife of Mr. Richard Barlow. The deceased was a native of Edgefield District, South Carolina; resided for many years after her marriage, in the County of Laurens, Ga., but for the last 12 or 14 years near the Indian Springs in Butts County.

A large circle of acquaintances and numerous relatives and friends, to whom the many virtues, kind attentions, and charitable offices of this excellent lady had endeared her sorrowfully sympathized with her bereaved husband and children, in their loss.

She died a pious, believing christian, full of hope and confidence in a bright and blissful immortality beyond the grave. As she had lived for more than 20 years, she died in full faith, a worthy esteemed and exemplary member of the Baptist Church ~ loved by all who had the pleasure of her acquaintance. Her death has left a void, scarcely to be filled, and a loss surely lamented by her family, friends and neighbors.

1810 Edgefield Co South Carolina   Pg 43
1 m <10   1 m 16<26 1 f 10<16    1 f 16<26

1820 Laurens Co Georgia
2 m <10  1 m 18<26  2 m 26<45 3 f <10 1 f 10<16  1 f 26<45 1 f 45>
+ 11 slaves

1830 Laurens Co Georgia    Pg 13 Line 8
1 m <5 1 m 5<10 1 m 15<20 1 m 20<30 1 m 30<40 1 m 40<50
1 f <5 1 f 5<10  2 f 10<15 1 f 20<30  1 f 40<50
+13 slaves

1840 Butts Co Georgia    Pg 82 - Line 10
1 m 10<15   1 m 15<20  1 m 20<30  1 m 50<60
1 f 10<15  1 f 15<20  3 f 20<30  1 f 40<50  1 f 50<60
+6 slaves
8th District, Butts Co Georgia
11 September 1850    Page 366     #482/482     Census Image
Barlow, Richard
64
Farmer $6000
VA
Barlow, Martha
60
*** ***
SC
Barlow, Lucinda
27
*** ***
GA
Barlow, Eldridge
23
*** ***
GA
Barlow, Mahalia
22
*** ***
GA
Standard, Matilda
 7
*** ***
GA

Indian Springs, Butts Co Georgia
17 July 1860    Page 68   #463/469    Census Image
Barlow, Richard
75
Farmer $3850/26950
VA
Barlow, Frances
80
Housewife ***
VA
Morris, Mahala
33
*** ***
GA
Morris, James R.
 3
Farm Laborer ***
GA
Harral, Elizabeth
35
*** ***
GA
Children of Richard and Martha are:
2 i. JAMES BARLOW3 born 1808. He was a planter of Laurens and Butts Counties. He died in 1855, burial in an unmarked grave at Barlow Family Cemetery, Butts Co Georgia (according to Clinton Barlow)
3 ii. CYNTHIA A. BARLOW, born 02 February 1819, and died June 27, 1886, burial in the Barlow Family Cemetery, Indian Springs, Butts Co Georgia.
4 iii. LAURA A. BARLOW, born 22 February 1820, and died 23 June 1904, burial in the Barlow Family Cemetery, Indian Springs, Butts Co Georgia
iv.
LUCINDA BARLOW, born 1823 (did not marry), and died after 1880, burial place unknown. She lived with her sister, Cynthia and her husband, William A. Elder in 1860 and 1870. In 1880, she lives with Emeline Whitehead, keeping house. Her age is 64, born in Georgia, father in Virginia, mother in North Carolina.   Emeline is 23, a day laborer, born in Georgia, both parents born in Georgia. Census Image Clinton Barlow  said she is buried in an unmarked grave at Barlow Family Cemetery, Butts Co Georgia, but no death date is known.
v. LEROY H. or S. BARLOW, born 1826, and died after 1864. (mentioned in Richard's will)
5 vi. ELDRIDGE BARLOW, born 1827
6 vii. MAHALIA A. BARLOW, born 1828.    No full dates or places of burial known.
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2.
JAMES BARLOW3, (Richard2,Thomas1) son of Richard Barlow and Martha Hollingsworth, was born in 1808.   He was a planter of Laurens and Butts Counties. He died in 1855, burial in an unmarked grave at Barlow Family Cemetery, Butts Co Georgia [CDB]

He married ELLEANOR ANN 'NELLIE' JONES, and was the progenitor of a large family of central, northwest and south Georgia, Alabama, and Florida.
8th District, Butts Co Georgia
Enumeration date: 11 September 1850      Page 366     #481/481      Census Image
Barlow, James
42
Farmer
NC
Barlow, Ellen
39
***
GA
Barlow, Margret
15
***
GA
Barlow, Virgil
11
***
GA
Barlow, Arthur
 9
***
GA
Barlow, Martha L.
 6
***
GA
Barlow, George W.
 3
***
GA
Barlow, Simin
 1
***
GA
Coody's District, Indian Springs Butts Co Georgia
Enumeration date: 17 July 1860          Page 68    #465/470     Census Image
Barlow, Ellen
46
Farmer $***/200
GA
Barlow, Margaret
24
*** ***
GA
Barlow, Martha
16
School ***
GA
Barlow, George
14
School ***
GA
Barlow, Simon
11
*** ***
GA
In 1870 Ellen lives with son, Virgil in Carroll Co Georgia.
In 1880, Nellie, age 71, lives with son, Simon in Stewart Co Georgia.
Children of James and Eleanor are:
i.
MARGRET BARLOW4, born c1835 in Georgia.    I find a Margaret H. Barlow  married James Moore on 02 November 1865 in Butts Co Georgia, might this be her?   I was unable to find anyone that might be them in an 1870, in 1880, I find a widowed Margaret Moore in Savannah, Chatham Co Georgia, that may possibly be Mrs. James Moore.
ii. AMELIA BARLOW, born c1837 in Georgia.
7 iii.
EMMITT VIRGIL BARLOW, born 19 September 1838 in Georgia, and died 15 August 1911, burial in Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Tallapoosa, Haralson Co Georgia.  
iv.
ARTHUR W. BARLOW, born c1842 in Georgia, and died 08 May 1862, in Savannah, Chatham Co Georgia, while fighting in the Civil War, burial in Barlow Cemetery, Butts Co Georgia.
Co. A 30th GA Regiment CSA
v. MARTHA L. BARLOW, born c1844 in Georgia.
vi. GEORGE W. BARLOW, born c1846-47 in Georgia.  I could not locate him from 1870 forward
8 vii. SIMON S. BARLOW, born c1849 [04 March 1854 per 1900C, FR] in Georgia, and 24 November 1935 in Lumpkin, Stewart Co Georgia.
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3.
CYNTHIA A. BARLOW3, (Richard2,Thomas1) daughter of Richard Barlow and Martha Hollingsworth, was born 02 February 1819, and died June 27, 1886, burial in the Barlow Family Cemetery, Indian Springs, Butts Co Georgia.

She married WILLIAM A. ELDER on July 21, 1841 in Butts Co Georgia.   He was born 03 January 1818, and died April 11, 1897, burial in the Barlow Family Cemetery, Indian Springs, Butts Co Georgia.

Southern Recorder      26 October 1841   Marriage Announcement

At the mountain retreat in Butts County on the evening of 21rst instrument by Reverend James Carter, Mr. William H. Elder of Indian Springs, Georgia to Miss Cynthia Barlow, second daughter of Richard Barlow

8th District, Butts Co Georgia
Enumerated 03 September 1850      page 364    #450/450          Census Image
William Elder 32 Farmer $2000
GA
Cynthia Elder 25 * *
GA
Laura Elder  5 * *
GA
George Elder  4 * *
GA
William Elder  3 * *
GA
James Elder  2 * *
GA
Edward A. Elder  2mo * *
GA

Indian Springs, Butts Co Georgia
Enumeration date: 05 June 1860      Page 006      #41/43            >Census Image
Elder, William A. 43 Hotel Keeper $6000/3500
GA
Elder, Cynthia
40
Housewife ***
GA
Elder, Laura
16
*** ***
GA
Elder, George B.
15
School ***
GA
Elder, William A.
13
School ***
GA
Elder, Texas L.
 9
School ***
GA
Elder, Lucinda
 8
School ***
GA
Elder, Eddy
 2
*** ***
GA
BARLOW, Lucinda (sister of Cynthia)
35
*** ***/1000
GA
Indian Springs, Butts Co Georgia
Enumerated 02 June 1870   Page 461         #14/14          Census Image
Wm. A. Elder
52
Hotel Keeper $4000/2000
GA
Cyntha Elder
50
Keeps House ***
GA
George Elder
24
Farmer ***
GA
Texas L. Elder
16
Attends School ***
GA
Lucinda Elder
15
Attends School ***
GA
Edward Elder
12
Attends School ***
GA
Beatrice Elder
10
Attends School ***
GA
Susan Elder
15
Attends School ***
GA
Amanda Elder
10
Attends School ***
GA
Lucinda Barlow
52
Housekeeper ***
GA
Thomas Haley
30
No Occupation ***
VA
Laura Haley
26
Keeps House ***
GA
Thomas Haley
 2
*** ***
GA

Indian Springs, Butts Co Georgia
Enumerated 08 June 1880     Page 302b    #89/89       Census Image
William A. Elder
62
Hotel Keeper
GA
GA
GA
Cynthia Elder
60
Assisting
GA
GA
GA
Eddie Elder
20
Hotel Clerk
GA
GA
GA
Texas Elder
18
Assisting
GA
GA
GA
Beatrice Elder
16
***
GA
GA
GA
Robert Barker  - mulatto
23
Servant
GA
GA
GA
Children of Cynthia and William are:
9 i. LAURA M. ELDER4, born 09 September 1842 in Georgia, and died 02 October 1919
10 ii. GEORGE BARLOW ELDER, born 09 April 1844 in Georgia, and died 10 September 1905, burial in Barlow Cemetery, Butts Co Georgia
11 iii. WILLIAM A. ELDER, JR., born 28 December 1845 in Georgia, and died in 24 March 1924 in Butts Co Georgia, burial in Indian Springs Cemetery, Indian Springs, Butts Co Georgia.
iv. JAMES ELDER, born 24 April 1848 in Georgia, and died 30 May 1856, burial in Barlow Cemetery, Butts Co Georgia
12 v. TEXAS L. ELDER, born 08 August 1853 in Georgia, and died 06 November 1918, burial in Barlow Cemetery, Butts Co Georgia
vi.
NANNIE O. ELDER, born 29 July 1855, and died 07 February 1857, burial in Barlow Cemetery, Butts Co Georgia
13 vii. LUCINDA ELDER, born 21 January 1856, and died 13 September 1893, burial in the Barlow Family Cemetery, Indian Springs, Butts Co Georgia.
[She and Texas L. Elder, are both at #12, as they had the same husband]
viii.
EDWARD ANDERSON 'EDDIE' ELDER, born c1858-1860 in Georgia, and died 11 November 1898 in Toledo, Lucas Co Ohio, age 40 years, burial in Barlow Cemetery, Butts Co Georgia  (obituary below)
Middle Georgia Argus - Week of 06 November 1886                Transcribed by Don Bankston
Ed Elder of the Elder House
Everybody who has visited Indian Springs knows the genial accommodating and efficient Ed. Elder, who had charge of the Elder House at that famous watering place. We learn that he has taken a position in the office of the new Hotel Lanier, in Macon. The proprietors and the traveling public are to be congratulated on the acquisition of Mr. Elder to the Lanier. He will see that all the guests of the house are satisfied, if it is in the power of man to do it. – Evening Capitol
ix.
BEATRICE ELDER, born c1860-1864 in Georgia, and died died 27 August 1883, burial in Barlow Cemetery, Butts Co Georgia
x. SUSAN ELDER, born c1855 in Georgia.
xi. AMANDA ELDER, born c1860 in Georgia.
Jackson Argus - Butts County Week of November 18, 1898
Ed. A. Elder  Dead In Toledo, O., on Friday afternoon last that prince of splendid men, Ed. A. Elder of Indian Spring, breathed his last. He was one of the best known and most popular hotel man in the state. He closed the Elder House on the 6th of October, and with Mrs. Elder went West for a short season of rest before going to Florida for the winter. At Toledo he was seized with a chill and Typhoid fever followed. He was unable to stand the desperate attack and sank as above stated. The remains reached Flovilla Saturday night and the funeral services were conducted at Indian Spring on Sunday following. Mr. Elder was greatly admired for the many noble virtues of head and heart, and his death is the cause of almost universal sorrow. When he left here he was a fine specimen of physical manhood, and his death is, therefore, quite a shock to our people.
The Argus has never known a more popular hotel man than Ed. Elder. He has been in active charge of the Elder House for 20 years.
Since childhood the most devoted friendship has existed between Mr. Elder and Mr. H. L. Daughtry of the place, and Mr. Daughtry says he has never known a truer man to his friends than Ed. Elder.
To Mrs. Elder and the other near relatives, The Argus offers its sincere condolence.
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4.
LAURA A. BARLOW3, (Richard2,Thomas1) daughter of Richard Barlow and Martha Hollingsworth, was born 22 February 1820, and died 23 June 1904, burial in the Barlow Family Cemetery, Indian Springs, Butts Co Georgia

She married WILEY DELANSING DAUGHTRY on 26 March 1849 in Butts Co Georgia.   They eloped because her marriage was opposed by her parents because he operated a gambling casino at Indian Springs [James E. Brown, Relatives of the Browns of Mill Springs, Kentucky]  He was born 11 March 1810, died 04 December 1864, burial in the Barlow Family Cemetery, Indian Springs, Butts Co Georgia.
8th District, Butts Co Georgia
Enumerated 03 September 1850   page 365  #493/493      Census Image
William D. Doughtry
36
Farmer $
VA
Laura Doughtry
28
***
***
VA
Richard L. Doughtry
 3
***
***
VA

Indian Springs, Butts Co Georgia
Enumerated 05 June 1860    page 6  #42/44     Census Image
Wiley D. Doughtry
48
Farmer $3000/3000
VA
Laura A. Doughtry
37
Housewife ***
GA
Leroy Doughtry
10
*** ***
GA
Griffin Doughtry
 7
*** ***
GA
Hampton L. Doughtry
 1
*** ***
GA
Next door to sisters Cynthia Elder and Lucinda Barlow
Indian Springs, Butts Co Georgia
Enumerated 03 June 1870      Page 472   #36/36       Census Image
Laura Daughtry
40
Keeping House $
GA
Leroy Daughtry
19
Farmer ***
GA
Griffin Daughtry
16
Att. School ***
GA
Hampton Daughtry
11
Att. School ***
GA
Laura A. Daughtry
9
Att. School ***
GA
Neighbor to 3 black Barlow families, Welch, Ellen, and Bythe

Indian Springs, Butts Co Georgia
Enumerated 09 June 1880    Page 304a     #121/121      Census Image
Laura A. Daughtry 60 Keeps House
GA
GA
GA
J. Griffin Daughtry 27 Dry Good Merchant
GA
VA
GA
Hampton Daughtry 21 ***
GA
VA
GA
Laura Daughtry 17 ***
GA
VA
GA
In 1900, Laura is living with son, Hampton L. Daughtry.
Children of Laura and Wiley are:
i. LAURA E. DAUGHTRY4, born 25 March 25, 1862, and died 04 July 1889, burial in the Barlow Family Cemetery, Indian Springs, Butts Co Georgia
She married JAMES W. HUNT.  They have a child buried in the Barlow Family Cemetery, Infant of Laura E. & J.W. Hunt, born and died 24 February 1889, shortly before Laura's own death. 
14 ii. RICHARD LEROY DAUGHTRY, born April 1850 in Georgia, and died between 1920-1930, probably in Jackson Co Georgia.
iii. J. GRIFFIN DAUGHTRY, born c1853 in Georgia.
iv. LITTLE BOONEY / ROONEY DAUGHTRY, born cNovember-December 1856, and died 26 January 1857, age 13 months, burial in the Barlow Family Cemetery, Indian Springs, Butts Co Georgia.  
15 v. HAMPTON LAMAR DAUGHTRY, born 12 January 1859, died 18 December 1939, burial in the Barlow Family Cemetery, Indian Springs, Butts Co Georgia.  
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5.
ELDRIDGE BARLOW3, (Richard2,Thomas1) son of Richard Barlow and Martha Hollingsworth, was born 1827, and died before March 1872 in Atlanta, Fulton Co Georgia. [from passport of son, Joseph E. Barlow, issued June 1918]

He married 1) AMANDA R. CAIN on 23 November 23, 1854 in Butts Co Georgia, ceremony performed by W.G. McMichael, MG.  The daughter of Jacob T. Cain, she was born c1834, and died 02 July 1856.
He married 2) WINNIE ANN WILLIAMSON before 1860.  The daughter of Nathan Camp Williamson and Irena Summerlin, she had been married to Thomas H. Stallsworth prior to marrying Eldridge.

The SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE    Laurens Co Georgia
Issue: 14 August 1856    Page 131 Column 3

Died of consumption, at Indian Springs, Ga, on the 2nd July, in her 18th year, Mrs. Amanda R., wife of Mr. Eldridge Barlow, and eldest daughter of Mr. J.T. Cane, late of Alabama.

Death at all times and at any age, comes as a terrible monster, marking his course with sighs, tears and sorrows; blasting all earthly hopes, ending all earthly interests and severing the tenderest and most endearing relatives. But alas! When he selects for his object one in the bloom of youth, possessing so many lovely traits of character; tearing a young and affectionate wife from the embraces of a devoted husband ~ dragging a young and doting mother from the caresses and support of a tender and first-born infant, as he has done in the subject of this notice; he, then, comes clothed in the majesty of terrors and the triumphs of his victory.

But has not a victory been proclaimed over this dread monster? Yes, thanks be to God through our Lord Jesus Christ.

Mrs. Barlow will be missed among a large circle of her young friends and youthful companions. Society generally has lost an ornament, both in her personal and moral character, that will not soon be replaced, but alas! In her __ family will be left a void, and it will sustain an irreparable loss which none but a heart~broken husband and the tender babe can realize.

But the assurances which she gave of her preparation for an abundant entrance into the kingdom of God, should dry their tears and stop their sorrows. Yes, she is missed in society and long will she be missed at home; but she has gone to swell the cloud of witnesses for Jesus in that glory world, where "Sickness and sorrow, pain and death, are felt and feared no more."

Can anyone identify John J. Barlow?   Is he the infant son of Eldridge and Amanda, as mentioned in her obituary?

Butts Court of Ordinary June Term 1857

It appearing to the Court that Eldridge Barlow administrator on the estate of John J. Barlow, and also the administrator on the estate of Alford G. Cain and the Guardian of Elmira A.C. Cane who were the heirs at law of Jacob T. Cain late deceased of the State of Alabama under the will of the said Jacob T. Cain, the said property being now in the possession of the said Eldridge Barlow administrator and Guardian as aforesaid has made application for the appointment of persons for the purpose of distributing the estate of said deceased among the distributees of said estate, no notice being necessary as the said Barlow represents the parties in interest either as administrator or guardian. It is therefore ordered that John Goodman, Britton Buttrill, and Asa Buttrill freeholders of said county, be and they hereby authorized to make distribution of said estate among the distributees entitled thereto agreeably to the statute in such cases made and provided the said Eldridge Barlow being the sole heir to the estate of John J. Barlow and the said Elmira A.C. Cane being the sole heir to the estate of Alford G. Cain.
Henry Hendrick

Ordinary  Georgia  Butts County

We the undersigned commissioners appointed by the Court of ordinary to divide the estate of Jacob T Cane deceased among the legatees of said deceased according to the will of said Jacob T. Cane dec'd proceeded to divide the negroes in three lots and numbered then one two and three and proceeded to draw for them which we settled as follows:
Lot No 1
Jerry, a man
$ 450.00
**
Eliza, a woman
700.00
**
Emeline, a girl
600.00
Drawn by Elmira A.C. Cane
Peter, a boy
750.00
**
Drucilla, a girl
750.00
**
Total:
$3250.00
**
Lot No 2
Anne & child Harry
$1000.00
**
Crockett, a boy
450.00
**
Jacob, a man
1150.00
Drawn by Elmira A.C. Cain
Gilbert, a boy
500.00
**
Receives Cash
150.00
**
Total:
$3250.00
**
Lot No 3
Esther & child Jane
$1200.00
**
Andy, a boy
350.00
Drawn by Eldridge Barlow
Bob, a man
1100.00
**
Receives Cash
600.00
**
**
**
**
Total:
$3250.00
**
I do certify that Britton Buttrill, Asa Buttrill, and John Goodman was duly sworn according to law to divide the estate of Alford G. Cane agreeably to the will of Jacob T. Cane late of Alabama dec'd.

June 26th 1857   J.R. McCord, J.P.
Court Records:  "Winna D. Barlow petitioned the court for letters of administration upon the estate of Eldridge Barlow late of said county deceased."  March term 1872.
Indian Springs, Butts Co Georgia
Enumeration date: 23 July 1860   Page 69    #470/475        Census Image
Barlow, Eldridge 35 Farmer $2200/10000
GA
Barlow, Winney 25 Housewife ***
GA
Barlow, Richard  1 *** ***
GA
Eidson James 23 Farm Laborer ***
GA

Lumpkin, Stewart Co Georgia
Enumeration date: 22 June 1870     Page 79      #648/632       Census Image
Barlow, Eldridge
47
Runs Saw Mill $5000/200
GA
Barlow, Winnie
37
Keeps House can't R/W
GA
Barlow, Dicky
11
School ***
GA
Barlow, Thomas
10
School ***
GA
Barlow, Joseph
 8
*** ***
GA
Barlow, Leroy
 3
*** ***
GA
Barlow, Boon
 1
*** ***
GA
Williams(on), Lola
15
School ***
GA
Barlow, Simeon*
18
Works at Saw Mill ***
GA
Simon is a nephew, Lola Williamson, his future wife
Midway, Stewart Co Georgia
Enumeration date: 07 June 1880     Page 507       #10/10      Census Image
Barlow, Winnie Head
43
Farmer
GA
Barlow, Richard Son
21
Farmhand
GA
Barlow, Thomas Son
19
Farmhand
GA
Barlow, Joseph Son
17
Farmhand
GA
Barlow, Leroy Son
11
School
GA
Barlow, Boon Son
 9
School
GA

Interesting tid-bits:

File contributed for use in USGenWeb Archives by:
Larry Knowles http://www.rootsweb.com/~archreg/vols/00012.html#0002854    October 13, 2004, used by permission
Source: Butts Co. Superior Court Minutes-State Archives microfilm  Photo can be seen at:   http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/ga/butts/photos/documents/gph1204libelfor.jpg

To date, this notation in the September Term-1839, Butts Co. Superior Court Minutes, and a subsequent appeal entry (March Term 1840) are the only legal records found of the divorce of Nathan C. Williamson and his first wife Irena (Summerlin) Williamson. Nathan had married Agness Thompson June 25, 1840, and many folks, me included, had simply assumed that Irena had died.   Since Agness had apparently raised step-children Thomas J. and Winney A. Williamson, it was easy to believe that Irena was buried in Butts Co. at the "homeplace", near husband Nathan, in the Williamson / Knowles family cemetery. However, research into Nathan's father's estate in Jackson Co. GA led to these two court records, and many other family facts. (See the depositions of Jeese T. Gunn and George L. Thompson on this site; as well as other Williamson-related information, here, and on the Jackson Co. site)

In 1840 Irena (Summerlin) Williamson evidently was listed nearby in Henry Co.,  but by 1850 she had moved to Carroll Co. GA, to the household of Henry Summerlin (a cousin? - whom she later married?). Her Butts Co. children remained with Nathan and Agness. Thomas J. Williamson married Eliza Ann Ingram Dec. 23, 1852.  Winney (Ann?) Williamson married 1st - Thomas H. Stallsworth; then Eldridge Barlow -- they moved to Quitman Co Georgia.

Additional Comments:  See separate "Libel for Divorce" entry for March Term-1840.    http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/butts/photos/documents/gph1204libelfor.txt
Additional Comments:  We may never learn of the details which led to the divorce. However, records from the John Williamson Jr. estate in Jackson Co. are quite tantalizing. We learned that Nathan became crippled by falling in a well in Butts Co. No dates were given, but he returned to his father's home in Jackson Co. with his two children, and two small slaves (likely "Ben" & Jack" whom he had inherited from his grandfather, John Williamson Sr., in 1831). He remained in Jackson Co. for at least two years! There were questions about paying "board" in his father's estate records; and other records noting tuition for the children. But, there was no mention of Irena!  Evidently, she stayed in Butts Co., with "Rachel"-the presumed mother of Ben & Jack.  (See the John W. Moon deposition which mentions Nathan's crippling).

Child of Eldridge and Amanda is:
i.
JOHN J. BARLOW4, born c1856, and died c1857.  [I am not at all positive John is a son of Eldridge and Amanda, but do know from the obituary that they had a child, and the fact that this John J. Barlow was an heir of Jacob T. Cain, father of Amanda Cain Barlow, makes me believe it is their son]
Known children of Eldridge and Winnie are:
16 ii. RICHARD 'DICKIE' BARLOW4, born 21 April 1859 in Indian Springs, Butts Co Georgia, and died 09 October 1927
17 iii. THOMAS HENRY BARLOW, born December 1860 in Georgia, and died 1914 in Orlando, Orange Co Florida
18 iv. JOSEPH ELDRIDGE BARLOW, born on 07 July 1862 in Stewart Co Georgia, and died 21 April 1932.
v. LEROY BARLOW on 27 November 1867 in Lumpkin, Stewart Co Georgia.   Both Leroy and Boon applied for a passport in 1917 to go to Havana Cuba.
vi.
BOON L. BARLOW, born on 10 April 1869 in Lumpkin, Stewart Co Georgia.   In 1900, he lives in Alachua Co Florida with Wm. R. and Mary E. Shettleworth, shown as a boarder. 
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6.
MAHALIA A. BARLOW3, (Richard2,Thomas1) daughter of Richard Barlow and Martha Hollingsworth, was born 1828, and died 09 May 1898, burial in Barlow family Cemetery, Butts Co Georgia, apparently in an unmarked grave. [obituary]     In the 1860 census of Butts Co Georgia, Mahala Morris, age 33, is listed in the home of her father, Richard Barlow.

She married 1)  SAMUEL MORRIS of Butts County on 06 August 1854 in Butts Co Georgia, ceremony performed by James Carter, MG.   He enlisted in Company B, 30th Regiment Georgia Infantry, C.S.A., and died in the war.

She married 2)  SAMUEL RIDGWAY of Butts County on 31 May 1863.  The son of James Ridgway and Elizabeth Tennison, he was born 28 December 1800 in Elbert Co Georgia, and died 26 January 1884 in Butts Co Georgia, burial in Fellowship Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Butts Co Georgia.  He is buried beside his first wife, Charlotte.
Indian Springs, Butts Co Georgia
Enumerated 06 July 1870     Page 505    #503/516      Census Image
Sam Ridgway
69
Farmer $2100/1000
GA
Mahalia Ridgway
42
Keeps House ***
GA
Frances T. Ridgway
44
Farmer ***
GA
Almeda Ridgway
26
Keeps House ***
GA
Joseph S. Ridgway
16
At Home ***
GA
George R. Ridgway
6
At Home ***
GA
James Morris
13
Attends School ***
GA
Towalagga, Butts Co Georgia
Enumerated 04 June 1880    Page 320D   #59/59         Census Image
Samuel Ridgway
79
Farmer
GA
GA
GA
Mahaley Ridgway
52
Keeps House
GA
GA
GA
Willis Almeda Ridgway
36
***
GA
GA
GA
Joseph Ridgway
28
***
GA
GA
GA
James R. Morris
22
Works on farm
GA
GA
GA
George R. Ridgway
16
Works on farm
GA
GA
GA
Jackson Argus - Butts County    Week of May 13, 1898        Mrs. Mahalie Ridgeway
We feel sad to chronicle the death of Mrs. Mahalie Ridgeway which occurred at the home of her son George on last Monday morning.    She was a devout Christian and held out faithful until the end. She leaves two sons, Jim Morris and George Ridgeway, to mourn the loss. The bereaved relatives have our sincere sympathies.
……………………………………………………………
Mrs. Mahaly Ridgeway an old citizen of Butts County, died Monday at the home of her son Mr. George Ridgeway.    Mrs. Ridgeway leaves many relatives and friends who regret her death exceedingly. Her remains were interred at the old family burying ground Tuesday at 10 a.m.
Children of Mahalia and Samuel Morris are:
i. INFANT MORRIS4, child of Samuel and Mahalia Morris, dates not known, burial in Barlow Family Cemetery, Butts Co Georgia.
19 ii. JAMES R. 'JIM' MORRIS, born 25 May 1857, and died 24 November 1908, burial in Barlow Family Cemetery, Butts Co Georgia  
Children of Mahalia and Samuel Ridgway are:
i. EMMA RIDGWAY4, "Daughter of Samuel and Mahala Ridgeway" no dates, burial in Fellowship Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Butts Co Georgia.
20 ii. GEORGE ROBERT RIDGWAY, born 10 March 1864, and died 01 March 1916, burial in Fellowship Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Butts Co Georgia.
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GENERATION 4
7.
EMMITT VIRGIL BARLOW4, (James3,Richard2,Thomas1) son of James Barlow and Elleanor Ann Jones, was born 19 September 1838 in Indian Springs, Butts Co Georgia, and died 15 August 1911, burial in Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Tallapoosa, Haralson Co Georgia.  Co B 56 Ga Inf CSA, Enlisted 05 May 1862. Captured at Vicksburg, MS, 04 July 1863.   Paroled there 08 July 1863. Pension records show he surrendered at Greensboro, NC 26 April 1865.   In 1860, Virgil, age 21, a farm laborer is a boarder in the home of A.J. Butram in Carroll Co Georgia.    Census Image
Emmitt Virgil Barlow
 
He married SUSAN / SARAH A.C. BURROW on 14 February 1861 in Carroll Co Georgia.  The daughter of Phillip Burrough and Susie Morrison, [DC] she was born February 26, 1837 [DC], and died March 18, 1920 in Fulton Co Georgia.  
Carrollton, Carroll Co Georgia
Enumerated 15 July 1870      pg 186      #773/773
Virgil Barlow 30 Works on Farm
GA
Susan Barlow 28 Keeps House
GA
George Barlow  8 At Home
GA
Amelia Barlow  5 At Home
GA
Fannie Barlow  1 At Home
GA
Ellen Barlow 59 At Home
GA
Oak Level, Cleburne Co Alabama
Enumerated 17 June 1880     pg 151     #190/190
Emit V. Barlow Head 40 Farmer
GA
GA
GA
Susan C. Barlow Wife 40 Keeps House
GA
GA
GA
George V. Barlow Son 17 Farm Laborer
GA
GA
GA
Amelia Barlow Daughter 13 At Home
GA
GA
GA
Francies L. Barlow Daughter 11 At Home
GA
GA
GA
William S. Barlow Son  9 **
GA
GA
GA
Nancy L. Barlow Daughter  7 **
GA
GA
GA
Mary S. Barlow Daughter  5 **
GA
GA
GA
Arthur W. Barlow Son 10mo September 1879
AL
GA
GA

Tallapoosa, Haralson Co Georgia
Enumerated 13 June 1900     pg     #181/181
Married 38 years      7 children born, 7 living
Emmett V. Barlow Head 61 September 1838
GA
GA
GA
Susan C. Barlow Wife 62 January 1837
GA
GA
GA
Mary S. Barlow Daughter 21 October 1879
GA
GA
GA
Arthur W. Barlow Son 19 September 1880
AL
GA
GA

In 1910, Emmett and Susan are living with daughter, Mary Chapman [#22] in Atlanta.
In 1920, Susan, a widow is with Mary in Atlanta, age 82.
Children of Virgil and Susan are:   [there may be others]
21 i. GEORGE V. BARLOW5, born May 1862 in Georgia
ii. AMELIA M. BARLOW, born 01 October 1866 in Georgia. 
22 iii. FRANCES E. 'FANNIE' BARLOW, born July 1871 in Georgia. 
23 iv.
WILLIAM SYLVESTER / SAM BARLOW, born July 1871 in Georgia.   According the the 1900 census, he and Frances have the same birth month and year, but according to census records, that is not the case
24 v. NANCY LAURA BARLOW, born September 1873 in Georgia.
25 vi. MARY S. BARLOW, born 06 February 1876 / October 1879 [1900 census] in Carroll Co Georgia, and died in 1956.  
vii.
ARTHUR WESLEY BARLOW, born 27 September 1879 in Oaklevel, Cleburne Co Georgia, and died 29 July 1927 in Haralson Co Georgia.
He married FLORA EUGENIE THOMPSON. [CDB]
In the 1910 census of Buncombe, Haralson Co Georgia, A.W. is 30, his wife of 4 years, Ginas is 21, he born in Alabama, she in Georgia, no children.    Census Image
In 1920 census of Tallapoosa, Haralson Co Georgia, Arthur W. is 38, born in Alabama, his wife is Flora E., age 30, born in Georgia, no children, they are boarders in the home of Oran and Myrtle Gunther. Census Image      
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8.
SIMON S. BARLOW4, (James3,Richard2,Thomas1) son of James Barlow and Elleanor Ann Jones, was born c1849 [04 March 1854 per 1900C, FR] in Georgia, and died 24 November 1935 in Lumpkin, Stewart Co Georgia, DC#25906, burial in County Line Cemetery in Lumpkin, Stewart Co Georgia.  In 1870 Simon lived with his uncle, Eldridge.

He married LOLA FLORILLA AMANDA WILLIAMSON in 1875.  The daughter of Thomas Jefferson Williamson and Eliza Ann Ingram, she was born 03 June 1856 in Butts Co Georgia, [RWWC] and died 04 August 1930 in Stewart Co Georgia, DC #22681
Midway, Stewart Co Georgia
Enumerated 08 June 1880     pg 507     #26/26      Census Image
Simon Barlow Head 26 Miller
GA
GA
GA
Lola Barlow Wife 23 Keeps House
GA
GA
GA
Wm. C. [E] Barlow Son  4 **
GA
GA
GA
Arthur Barlow Son  1 **
GA
GA
GA
Anna Williamson Sister [in-law] 18 In School
GA
GA
GA
Nellie Barlow Mother 70 **
GA
GA
GA

Scienceville, Stewart Co Georgia
Enumerated 05 June 1900     pg 004     #66/67      Census Image
Married 25 years       14 children born, 10 living
Simon Barlow Head 46 March 1854
GA
GA
GA
Lolla Barlow Wife 44 June 1856
GA
GA
GA
Willie E. Barlow Son 23 June 1876
GA
GA
GA
Arthur W. Barlow Son 21 January 1879
GA
GA
GA
Blanche M. Barlow Daughter 19 May 1881
GA
GA
GA
George Barlow Son 15 September 1884
GA
GA
GA
Luby E. Barlow Son 13 December 1886
GA
GA
GA
Doma A. Barlow Daughter 11 April 1889
GA
GA
GA
Lolla A. Barlow Daughter  9 April 1891
GA
GA
GA
Howard S. Barlow Son  7 May 1893
GA
GA
GA
Joseph A. Barlow Son  3 January 1897
GA
GA
GA
Nanny Barlow Daughter  1 April 1898
GA
GA
GA
Scienceville, Stewart Co Georgia
Enumerated 30 April 1910     pg 10     #186/186      Census Image
Married 34 years       14 children born, 10 living
Simon Barlow Head 56
GA
GA
GA
Lolla F. Barlow Wife 54
GA
GA
GA
Doma A. Barlow Daughter 21
GA
GA
GA
Lolla A. Barlow Daughter 19
GA
GA
GA
Howard S. Barlow Son 14
GA
GA
GA
Joseph A. Barlow Son 13
GA
GA
GA
Nanny P. Barlow Daughter 11
GA
GA
GA

Lumpkin, Stewart Co Georgia
Enumerated 20-21 January 1920     pg 12    FM 203/204      Census Image
Simon S. Barlow Head 65
GA
GA
GA
Lola Barlow Wife 62
GA
GA
GA
Dona Halliday Daughter 29
GA
GA
GA
Joseph A. Barlow Son 23
GA
GA
GA
Vernon Halliday Grandson  4
GA
GA
GA

Lumpkin, Stewart Co Georgia
Enumerated 28 April 1930    pg 12    #212/231     Census Image
Simon S. Barlow Head 76
GA
GA
GA
Lola Barlow Wife 74
GA
GA
GA
Joseph A. Barlow Son / Divorced 33
GA
GA
GA
Lovett B. Gustin Son-in-law 50
GA
GA
GA
Dona B. Gustin Daughter 40
GA
GA
GA
Lovett B. Gustin, Jr. Grandson 11mo
GA
GA
GA
Vernon Halliday Grandson 14
GA
GA
GA
Children of Simon and Lola are:
26 i. WILLIAM E. 'WILLIE' BARLOW5, born June 1876 in Stewart Co Georgia.
ii.
ARTHUR W. BARLOW, born January 1879 in Stewart Co Georgia, and died 1943 in Orlando, Orange Co Florida.  He married NANNIE E. c1902.   I don't believe they had children.  1910 Orlando, Orange Co Florida  [age 31]   1920  Orlando, Orange Co Florida [age unk]   She died 1928 in Orlando, Orange Co Florida.   In 1930 Orlando, Orange Co Florida, Arthur W., age 51, is a lodger in the Robert Vines home
iii. MATTIE BLANCHE BARLOW, born May 1881 in Stewart Co Georgia, and died 11 May 1968 in Randolph Co Georgia.    She married WILLIAM HALLIDAY on 04 May 1902 in Stewart Co Georgia
27 iv. GEORGE MILTON BARLOW, born 08 September 1884 or 85 in Stewart Co Georgia, and died 09 June 1949 in Miami, Dade Co Florida
28 v. LUBIE EUGENE BARLOW, born 23 December 1886 or 87 in Stewart Co Georgia, and died 10 September 1933 in Orlando Co Florida.
29 vi. DONIA BARLOW, born April 1889 in Stewart Co Georgia.
vii. LOLLA A. BARLOW, born April 1891 in Stewart Co Georgia. She married FRED A. WATERMAN
viii. HOWARD SANDERS BARLOW, born 19 May 1893 or 95 in Stewart Co Georgia.  He married LILLIE BELLE MATHERS, c1920, and they divorced in 1937, Orange Co Florida, Certificate #2567
ix. JOSEPH A. BARLOW, born 04 January 1897 in Stewart Co Georgia.  It appears that he married and divorced between 1920 and 1930 in Stewart Co Georgia.
x. NANNY Q. BARLOW, born April 1898 in Stewart Co Georgia.
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9.
LAURA M. ELDER4, (Cynthia3,Richard2,Thomas1) daughter of William A. Elder and Cynthia A. Barlow, was born 09 September 1842 in Georgia, and died 02 October 1919.

She married THOMAS HENRY HALEY on 08 May 1865 in Butts Co Georgia.  He was born April 13, 1837, and died November 07, 1921.     Both he and Laura are buried in the Barlow Family Cemetery, Butts Co Georgia, as well as all of their children except Lewellyn.
In 1870, Laura, Thomas, and Thomas Jr. are living with her parents in Butts Co Georgia.

Eufala, Barbour Co Alabama
Enumerated 11 June 1880      Page 10C        Census Image
Thos. H. Haley 43 Saloon Keeper
VA
VA
VA
Laura M. Haley 37 Keeps House
GA
GA
GA
Thos H. Haley Jr. 11 School
GA
VA
GA
Lewellen Haley (male)  9 School
GA
VA
GA
Joseph Price Haley  6 Home
GA
VA
GA
Edw. A. Haley  3 Home
GA
VA
GA
Laura E. Haley  1 Home
AL
VA
GA
Joseph N. Haley - brother 33 Saloon Keeper
VA
VA
VA

Ocala, Marion Co Florida
Enumerated June 1900      Page 20        Census Image
Married 35 years      8 children born, 6 living
Thomas H. Haley Head 63 April 1837
VA
VA
VA
Laura M. Haley Wife 57 September 1842
GA
GA
GA
Lewellyn N. Haley Son 29 May 1871
GA
VA
GA
Lollie E. Haley [Laura] Daughter 21 February 1879
AL
VA
GA
Hugh Haley Son 17 October 1882
GA
VA
GA
Agustus Haley Son 15 January 1885
AL
VA
GA

Clearwater, Hillsborough Co Florida
Enumerated 15-16 April 1910      Page 002         Census Image
Married 45 years       8 children born, 5 living
Thomas H. Haley Head 73
VA
VA
VA
Laura E. Haley Wife 67
GA
GA
GA
Laura McIntosh / widow Daughter 28
AL
VA
GA
Hugh Haley Son 26
AL
VA
GA

Clearwater, Pinellas Co Florida
Enumerated 24 January 1920      Page 17       Census Image
Thomas H. Haley / widowed Head 82
VA
VA
VA
Edward A. Haley Son  44
GA
VA
GA
Laura McIntosh / widow Daughter 46
AL
VA
GA
Children of Laura and Thomas are:
i.
WILLIE BARLOW4, born 25 February 1866 in Georgia, and died 28 October 1869, burial in the Barlow Family Cemetery, Indian Springs, Butts Co Georgia.
ii.
THOMAS HENRY HALEY, JR., born 01 February 1868, and died 23 September 1918, burial in the Barlow Family Cemetery, Indian Springs, Butts Co Georgia.
iii.
LEWELLYN N. HALEY, born May 1871 in Georgia, and died 1929 in Pinellas Co Florida
iv.
JOSEPH PRICE 'JOE' HALEY, born 28 February 1874, and died 11 August 1880, burial in the Barlow Family Cemetery, Indian Springs, Butts Co Georgia.
v. EDWARD ANDERSON HALEY, born 05 September 1876, and died 19 May 1949, burial in the Barlow Family Cemetery, Indian Springs, Butts Co Georgia.   DEATH CERTIFICATE
vi. LAURA E. HALEY, born 02 February 1879, and died 15 November 1958 in Pasco Co Florida, burial in the Barlow Family Cemetery, Indian Springs, Butts Co Georgia.
She married MR. MCINTOSH, between 1900-1910, but was widowed soon afterward, no children born, and she did not remarry.
vii. HUGH HALEY, born 17 October 1884, and died 14 November 1910, burial in the Barlow Family Cemetery, Indian Springs, Butts Co Georgia.      
viii. AUGUSTUS L. HALEY, born 22 January 1885, and died 22 May 1932 in Pinellas Co Florida, burial in the Barlow Family Cemetery, Indian Springs, Butts Co Georgia.     
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10.
GEORGE BARLOW ELDER4, (Cynthia3,Richard2,Thomas1) son of William A. Elder and Cynthia A. Barlow, was born 09 April 1844 in Georgia, and died 10 September 1905, burial in Barlow Cemetery, Butts Co Georgia     Civil War Service in "Co D, 6th GA. Reg CSA"

He married MARY HORTENSE WHITEHEAD c1879.  She was born 18 October 1853, and died 13 April 1913, burial in Barlow Cemetery, Butts Co Georgia
Indian Springs, Butts Co Georgia
Enumerated 04 June 1880     Page 302   #74/74     Census Image
George Elder Head
36
Farmer
GA
GA
GA
Mary H. Elder Wife
34
***
GA
VA
VA
Henry P. Elder Son
 5 mo    January
***
GA
GA
GA
Indian Springs, Butts Co Georgia
Enumerated 20 June 1900       Page 14    #233/269     Census Image
Married 21 years     3 children born, 2 living
George B. Elder Head 55 April 1844
GA
GA
GA
Mary H. Elder Wife 41 October 1858
VA
VA
VA
Mary L. Elder Daughter 16 August 1885
GA
GA
VA

Indian Springs, Butts Co Georgia
Enumerated 03 May 1910       Page 002    #34/34      Census Image
Widowed   3 children born, 2 living
Mary H. Elder Wife 41
VA
VA
VA
Henry P. Elder Son 30
GA
GA
VA
Mary L. Elder Daughter 28
GA
GA
VA
Children of George and Mary are:
i.
HENRY PERCIVAL ELDER4, born 02 January 1880, and died 02 September 1913, burial in Barlow Family Cemetery, Indian Springs, Butts Co Georgia.
ii. MARY LUCILE ELDER, born August 1885 in Butts Co Georgia.
She married THOMAS A. NUTT
iii.
WILLIAM W. ELDER, born and died 28 August 1886, burial in Barlow Family Cemetery, Indian Springs, Butts Co Georgia.
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WILLIAM A. ELDER, JR.4, (Cynthia3,Richard2,Thomas1) son of William A. Elder and Cynthia A. Barlow, was born 28 December 1845 in Georgia, and died in 24 March 1924 in Butts Co Georgia, burial in Indian Springs Cemetery, Indian Springs, Butts Co Georgia.

He married NANCY VIRGINIA 'JENNIE' SAUNDERS on 02 April 1869 in Butts Co Georgia.  The daughter of Thomas J. Saunders and Elizabeth B. Patterson, she was born 26 September 1846, and died 11 August 1911, burial in Indian Springs Cemetery, Indian Springs, Butts Co Georgia.
Wm and Jennie Tombstone
William A. Elder, Jr Military Service:  Butts Co., GA, in the CSA, Co. D, 6th Regiment, GA Volunteer Infantry, "Butts County Volunteers."
Indian Springs, Butts Co Georgia
Enumerated 08 June 1880      Page 302    #87/87       Census Image
William A. Elder, Jr. Head
35
Carpenter
GA
SC
SC
Jennie Elder Wife
34
***
GA
GA
GA
Lelia Elder Daughter
10
***
GA
GA
GA
Irene Elder Daughter
 7
***
GA
GA
GA
Eugene Elder Son
 5
***
GA
GA
GA
Rosa Elder Daughter
 3
***
GA
GA
GA
McIntosh, Butts Co Georgia
Enumerated 15 June 1900     pg 009     #160/170    Census Image
Married 31 years      6 children born, 6 living
William A. Elder Head 54 December 1845
GA
GA
GA
Nancy V. Elder Wife 53 September 1846
GA
GA
GA
Eugene B. Elder Son 23 August 1876
GA
GA
GA
Rosa V. Elder Daughter 20 June 1879
GA
GA
GA
Effie Elder Daughter 19 June 1881
GA
GA
GA
Beatrice Elder Daughter 16 February 1884
GA
GA
GA

Indian Springs, Butts Co Georgia
Enumerated 06 May 1910     pg 007     #31/31    Census Image
Married 41 years      6 children born, 6 living
William A. Elder Head 63
GA
GA
GA
Jennie N. Elder Wife 63
GA
GA
GA
I could not locate William in a 1920 census.
Children of William and Jennie are:
i. LEILA ELDER5, born  January 1870.
She married M.A. LINDSAY on 10 November 1891 in Butts Co Georgia.  [See write-up below]
ii.
IRENE ELDER, born 27 December 1873, and died 04 February 1974 in St. Augustine, St. Johns Co Florida, burial in Sandy Creek Cemetery in Flovilla, Butts Co Georgia
iii. EUGENE BOYKIN ELDER, born 12 August 1875 or 76 in Butts Co Georgia
iv.
ROSA VIRGINIA/VALERA ELDER, born 04 June 1877 in Indian Springs, Butts Co Georgia, and died 14 September 1957 in Macon, Bibb Co Georgia.
She married ROBERT LEE SMITH on 20 October 1903.  He was born  28 August 1864 in Douglas or Wilkinson Co Georgia, and died 01 April 1932 in in Macon, Bibb Co Georgia.  (Information from Robert Franklin Davis, Sr, grandson of Rosa and Robert.)
v. EFFIE ELDER, born June 1881 in Butts Co Georgia
vi. BEATRICE ELDER, born February 1884 in Butts Co Georgia
Middle Georgia Argus - Week of November 24, 1891    Elder - Lindsay     Transcribed by Don Bankston

Married, at the residence of the bride's father, November 10th Miss Leila Elder to Mr. M.A. Lindsay. Miss Leila is a charming young lady, the eldest daughter of Mr. And Mrs. W. A. Elder Jr. She is possessed of many beautiful accomplishments and fine traits of womanhood. She was an ornament of society, but she shone most conspicuously, and adored most beautifully her home circle. Never was there a more dutiful daughter or more affectionate and loving sister. Mr. Lindsay is too well known in Butts County to need an introduction. Perhaps the most popular man in the whole county. As Passenger Agent of I.S. & F.R.R. and Florida excursion fame he has endeared himself to all they kindness, affable and genial maters.
The marriage ceremony was performed by Mr. Tumlin a solemn and impressive manner.
The bride was attired in a lovely dress of cream albatross in princess style with flowing train. The groom in conventional black.
After partaking of an elegant repast the wedding gown was changed for a handsome traveling suit and "The two hearts that beat as one" went on their bridal tour to Cincinnati, Chicago and other points of interest.
They were the recipients of many gifts useful and ornamental
The ceremony occurred at 4 o'clock p.m. The parlors were beautifully lighted which gave a soft glow and mellow radiance.
As the bride was leaving the room she tossed back her handsome bouquet, which was eagerly scrambled for, as the fortunate scratcher was to be the next bride. Miss Minnie Parham was the winner.
The host of friends of Mr. And Mrs. Lindsay wish for them long life, health, wealth and happiness.
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12-13.
LUCINDA/ LUCINE ELDER4, (Cynthia3,Richard2,Thomas1) daughter of William A. Elder and Cynthia A. Barlow, was born 21 January 1856, and died 13 September 1893, burial in the Barlow Family Cemetery, Indian Springs, Butts Co Georgia.

She married GEORGE PERCIVAL CORNELL, SR.  on 11 November 1875 in Butts Co Georgia.  The son of John J. Cornell and Sarah S., he was born 11 June 1849, and died 29 August 1910, burial in the Barlow Family Cemetery, Indian Springs, Butts Co Georgia.   After Lucine's death, George married her sister, Texas c1898.

TEXAS L. ELDER4, and George were married 08 Oct 1897 in Indian Spring, Butts Co Georgia.  She was born 08 August 1853 in Georgia, and died 06 November 1918, burial in the Barlow Family Cemetery, Indian Springs, Butts Co Georgia.  She bore no children, but apparently raised Lucinda's children after her death, and Texas' subsequent marriage to George.  Note that in the following article, James grandmother is referred to as 'Texas Elder'

Jackson Progress Argus News   [2005?]

OLD INDIAN SPRINGS HOTEL BRINGS BACK GRACIOUS ERA

The Elder Hotel Built in 1903, Drew Resort Visitors from Many States     Indian Springs, Georgia
The large, white, two story hotel with green shutters and a long porch stands on a hilltop guarded by stately oaks. I stood on a bed of dry leaves and gazed fondly at the Elder Hotel, the last of Indian Springs’ five resort hotels to survive. For a moment I felt as if I were admiring the beautiful face of a dear old woman known for her great charm and character. She has known the good life, but time has been kind to her.
James E. Cornell, 58, is the owner of the Elder Hotel, built in 1903 by his grandmother, Mrs. Texas Elder, in an era when Indian Springs also boasted of the Wigwam Hotel, Foy Hotel and Bryans House, and earlier, the Calumet Hotel.
Early in the 20th century, Indian Springs, with its famed, mineral-rich waters, drew thousands of persons from many states each summer. They arrived in horse drawn buggies and on trains to spend a week, a month and in some instances the whole summer.
The Elder Hotel which will be open 90 days beginning June 15, used to have 75 rooms, but the number has been reduced to 52.
A painter was working on the front porch when Cornell and I arrived, the owner lives in a brick house next door and we stepped from the warm outside temperatures into a big, cool lobby with high ceilings. In the center of the lobby were rows of 48 Brumby rocking chairs, bought for $16 each just after World War I, which will be moved to the porch in June. “Walk from one end of the porch to the other and back 10 times and you will have walked one mile,” said Cornell. I imagined how delightful it would be to rock in one of the handsome chairs on the porch in the cool of the evening after a fried chicken supper. The wide, long halls with high ceilings were quite conspicuous in this age when no space is wasted in new hotels and motels.
Cornell showed me several rooms on both floors, explaining they have been modernized a bit over the years. “Two sets of baths have gone in this hotel,” he said. “Back in 1925 my father put in old type tubs with legs on the bottom, and after World War II he changed to the built-in type tubs with the tile baths.
“The dining rooms and television room are air conditioned, but only 20 or more rooms have air conditioning. A lot of people who come here don’t’ like air conditioning. They like to open the windows.” Cornell said that Indian Springs usually is several degrees cooler than either Macon or Atlanta in the summer and winter.
In the early years of operation, the Elder Hotel charged just $3 a day per person for a room, and this included three meals. “I can remember when I was young when rates were $12.50 a week including all meals, and this was for seven days,” he said.
His father, James E. Cornell, Sr. said the hotel was especially popular among honeymooners and many returned years later on vacations. “My father told me that a couple came in one day and the man said, “We want room No. 15,” said Cornell. “He said, No. 15 is not one of my best rooms” “The man said, No, we want No. 15.” My father said it was vacant and they could have it. The man said, “We were married 20 years ago, we had that room, and we want it again.”
When the hotel was built for about $75,000 in 1903, the ladies’ and the men’s bathrooms were located at the end of the halls. This was in an era when that line about the Saturday night bath was a fact, not a joke, for some folks, who found a daily scrubbing rather difficult to arrange.
Walking slowly down a long hall, Cornell said, “This hotel represents an era that has passed. Many people today don’t now about that era. It brings you back to the country, a relaxed atmosphere, with its charm and character. “It offers something different. You are used to the motel chains, the same furniture and design. If you were in a motel room, you wouldn’t know if you were in Seattle or Atlanta.”
The late Senator Walter George of Vienna, Ga., was among the many resort visitors who enjoyed games of bridge with friends. Cornell remembers when Georgia Governor Ellis Arnall used to come here on summer weekends. “People still enjoy playing bridge on summer nights said Cornell, “and they like bingo and shuffleboard. Sometimes the people got together to put on plays at night.” Among the popular features of Indian Springs State Park are the lake and beach, miniature golf, nature trails, bowling alleys, picnic grounds, and of course, the sulphur water with its reputed curative powers for stomach and kidney problems.
Who is the Elder Hotel’s oldest regular guest? “A fellow in Miami is now 88 years old and he has been coming here since he was a small boy,” said Cornell. “He brings his nurse and stays a month or six weeks.” I’d like to have one penny for each hours that fellow has rocked on the porch.

Macon, Bibb Co Georgia
Enumerated 02 June 1880     pg __      #95/37/44      Census Image
John J. Cornell Head 51 Contractor
SC
RI
RI
Sarah S. Cornell Wife 48 Keeps House
GA
GA
GA
William H. Cornell Son 22 Clerk in Store
GA
SC
GA
George P. Cornell Son 28 Clerk in Store
GA
SC
GA
Lucine Cornell Wife 20 Keeps House
GA
SC
GA
Cecile Cornell Daughter  3 **
GA
SC
GA
Geo. P. Cornell Son  1mo April
GA
SC
GA
Macon, Bibb Co Georgia
Enumerated 07 June 1900     pg 12      #214/263     Census Image
Married 2 years    0 children born
George P. Cornell Head 50 June 1849
GA
SC
GA
Texas Cornell Wife -- August ___
GA
GA
GA
George P. Cornell, Jr. Son 21 December 1878
GA
GA
GA
Cecile Cornell Daughter 19 September 1880
GA
GA
GA
Lily Cornell Daughter 17 April 1883
GA
GA
GA
Elder W. Cornell Son 14 May 1886
GA
GA
GA
Joseph C. Cornell Son 12 March 1888
GA
GA
GA
Edward J. Cornell Son  7 June 1892
GA
GA
GA
Sarah S. Cornell Mother 48 August 1851
GA
GA
GA
Sarah should be 68.  I believe her age and birth date are those of Texas, and inadvertently put on her line

Indian Springs, Butts Co Georgia
Enumerated 06 May 1910    pg 007    #35/35    Census Image
Widowed   0 children
Texas E. Cornell Head 55
GA
GA
GA
Lillie Cornell Step-daughter 32
GA
GA
GA
James E. Cornell Step-son 17
GA
GA
GA
Children of Lucinda and George are:
i.
CECILE CORNELL5, born 04 September 1876, and died 21 May 1952, burial in the Barlow Family Cemetery, Indian Springs, Butts Co Georgia.  She married MR. CORBETT
ii. GEORGE P. CORNELL, JR., born April 1880 / December 1878 or 79 in Georgia.
iii. LILLIE CORNELL, born April 1883 in Georgia
iv.
WILLIAM ELDER CORNELL, born 03 May 1885 or 1886, and died 08 January 1964, burial in the Barlow Family Cemetery, Indian Springs, Butts Co Georgia.
v. JOSEPH C. CORNELL, born March 1888 in Georgia.
vi. JAMES EDWARD CORNELL, born June 1892 in Georgia
Also buried in the Barlow Family Cemetery, Indian Springs, Butts Co Georgia is George Ware Cornell, born 11 April 1912, and died 04 December 1989.   Is he a grandson of George and Lucinda/Texas?
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14.
RICHARD LEROY DAUGHTRY4, (Laura3,Richard2,Thomas1) son of Wiley Delansing Daughtry and Laura Barlow, was born April 1850 in Georgia, and died between 1920-1930, probably in Jackson Co Georgia.  He is not listed in the Georgia death index, though certificates began being filed in 1919.

He married MARY J. CLIFFORD  c1878-1879 in Georgia.   She was born October 1857, and died 08 May 1945 in Jackson Co Georgia, DC #9365.
I am not positive her maiden name is Clifford, but I find a Mary Clifford matching her age in the Towalagga, Butts Co 1860 census, daughter of Thomas and Sarah A. Clifford that may be her.
Towalagga, Butts Co Georgia
Enumerated 05 June 1880     pg 322          Census Image
Richard L. Daughtry Head 30 Merchant
GA
GA
GA
Mary C. Daughtry Wife 24 Keeps House
GA
GA
GA
Lurah I. Daughtry Daughter  1 **
GA
GA
GA

Jackson, Butts Co Georgia
Enumerated 01 June 1900     pg 023        Census Image
Married 22 years     4 children born, 4 living   /   Irene and Elisha married 1 year - 1 child born, 0 living
Richard Daughtry Head 50 April 1850
GA
GA
GA
Mary C. Daughtry Wife 43 October 1857
GA
GA
GA
Irine M. Wynn Daughter 21 March 1879
GA
GA
GA
Bessie G. Daughtry Daughter 18 August 1882
GA
GA
GA
Wm. R. Daughtry Son 14 July 1885
GA
GA
GA
Cliff Daughtry Daughter 12 January 1888
GA
GA
GA
Elisha S. Winn Boarder 22 March 1878
MS
GA
AL
Elisha is the husband of Irene, though his surname is spelled different from hers and he is shown as a boarder, an error on the census takers part.
Commerce, Jackson Co Georgia
Enumerated 25 April 1910    pg 018   #100/117   Census Image
Married 31 years      4 children born, 4 living
Richard L. Daughtry Head 60
GA
GA
GA
Mary C. Daughtry Wife 51
GA
GA
GA
Clifford J. Daughtry Daughter 22
GA
GA
GA

Commerce City, Jackson Co Georgia
Enumerated 08 January 1920    pg 016    #115/299/336
R. Leroy Daughtry Head 69
GA
GA
GA
Clifford Daughtry Wife 63
GA
GA
GA
Cliff Daughtry Daughter 27
GA
GA
GA

Commerce City, Jackson Co Georgia
Enumerated 12 April 1930    pg 015    #268/319
Clifford J. Daughtry Head / widow 73
GA
GA
GA
Children of Richard and Mary are:
i. LAURA / IRENE M. DAUGHTRY5, born March 1879 in Georgia, and died 17 November 1942 in Ben Hill Co Georgia, DC #23312
She married ELISHA STARR WINN c1899 in Georgia.   He was born March 1878 in Mississippi, and died 31 March 1967 in Ben Hill Georgia, DC #010483
ii. BESSIE G. DAUGHTRY, born August 1882 in Georgia.
iii. WILLIAM R. DAUGHTRY, born July 1885 in Georgia.
iv. CLIFFORD J. 'CLIFF' DAUGHTRY, born January 1888 in Georgia
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15.
HAMPTON LAMAR DAUGHTRY4, (Laura3,Richard2,Thomas1) son of Wiley Delansing Daughtry and Laura Barlow, was born 12 January 1859, died 18 December 1939, burial in the Barlow Family Cemetery, Indian Springs, Butts Co Georgia.

He married FLORRIE AMELIA BRYANS c1887 in Georgia.  The daughter of Dr. James H. Bryans, she was born 28 June 1867, and died 13 July 1917, burial in the Barlow Family Cemetery, Indian Springs, Butts Co Georgia
Middle Georgia Argus - December 1894    Transcribed by Don Bankston

H. L. Daughtry

The subject of the sketch, H. L. Daughtry, was born at Indian Spring in 1859 and has been living in our county very nearly all the time since. He has been in the mercantile business ever since 1875, and has lived in Jackson for six years. He was married in 1887 to a daughter of Dr. J.H. Bryans, of Indian Spring. He is now general manager and buyer for the clothing, hats and gents furnishing department of the Jackson Mercantile Company, and goes to New York and other Eastern markets to buy goods for that popular firm every year. The Star Store is as widely known as any firm in Jackson or middle Georgia, and its popularity is brought about as much by the efforts of Mr. Hampton I Daughtry as any other member of the firm.

Mr. Daughtry stands in the front rant of Jackson's busiest businessmen. Socially he is a favorite with all whose acquaintance he has made. He has the unbounded confidence of or people, many of who have bought their goods from him for a number of years. He is Worshipful Master of St. John's Lodge No. 45, F. & A.M., which shows the esteem in which he is held by his brethren of the mystic tie, and he is held in the same high esteem by his friends everywhere.

Letters Testamentary Butts County Georgia Page 363     Transcribed by Lisa Graham

Robert G. Bryans & Hampton L. Daughtry, Executor of Dr. James H. Bryans- 1892

GEORGIA: BUTTS COUNTY.
BY THE HONORABLE THE ORDINARY OF SAID COUNTY.
TO ALL WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME OR BE MADE KNOWN--- GREETING:
KNOW YE, That on the 6th day of June, in the year of our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Ninety-two, the last Will and Testament of Dr. J. H. Bryans, of said County, deceased, was exhibited in open court, and in common form of law proved and admitted to record, a copy of which is hereto annexed; and administration of all and singular the goods, chattels, credits, lands and tenements of said deceased, was granted to R. G. Bryans and H. L. Daughtry the Executor in and by said Will named and appointed, they have first taken the oath and performed all other requisites by law and by order of said court, and by these presents, legally authorized to administer the goods, chattels, credits, lands and tenements of said deceased, according to the tenor and effect of said Will and testament, and according to Law, and are hereby required to render a true and perfect inventory of all and singular the goods, chattels, credits, lands and tenements of the said deceased, appraised and returned to this Court according to law, and to render a true and correct account to the Ordinary of said County of their actings and doings yearly until their administration is fully completed.

(seal) In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of my office, this 8th day of June 1892
J. F. Carmichael, Ordinary.

Jackson, Butts Co Georgia
Enumerated 02 June 1900     pg 026     #451/488      Census Image
Married 13 years     3 children born, 3 living   /   Laura is widowed, 4 children born, 3 living
Hampton L. Daughtry Head 41 Jan 1859
GA
GA
GA
Florrie Daughtry Wife 32 June 1867
GA
GA
GA
Inez Daughtry Daughter 12 December 1887
GA
GA
GA
Robin Daughtry Son 10 April 1890
GA
GA
GA
Laura E. Daughtry Daughter  6 February 1894
GA
GA
GA
Laura Daughtry Boarder 80 February 1820
GA
GA
GA
Laura is his mother, though listed as a boarder.

Jackson, Butts Co Georgia
Enumerated 02 April 1910    pg 008   #135/149    Census Image
Married 23 years      5 children born, 4 living
Hampton L. Daughtry Head 51
GA
GA
GA
Florida B. Daughtry Wife 42
GA
GA
GA
Laura E. Daughtry Daughter 16
GA
GA
GA
Hampton L. Daughtry Son  9
GA
GA
GA
Margaret E. Daughtry Daughter  4
GA
GA
GA

Jackson, Butts Co Georgia
Enumerated 20 January 1920    pg 015   #409/22/27     Census Image
Hampton L. Daughtry / Widower Head 60
GA
GA
GA

Jackson, Butts Co Georgia
Enumerated 16 April 1930    pg 012   #268/287    Census Image
Hampton L. Daughtry Head 71
GA
GA
GA
Emily Daughtry Daughter 24
GA
GA
GA
Hampton J. Daughtry Son 29
GA
GA
GA
Children of Hampton and Florrie are:
i. INEZ DAUGHTRY5, born December 1887 in Georgia.
ii. ROBIN DAUGHTRY, born April 1890 in Georgia
iii. LAURA E. DAUGHTRY, born February 1894 in Georgia
iv. HAMPTON L./J. DAUGHTRY, born c1901 in Georgia
v.
MARGARET EMILY DAUGHTRY, born 1906 in Georgia, and died 1991.     She married JOSE ROLLIN DA LA TORRE BUENO, who was born 1904, and died 1980. 
Margaret Emily Daughtry Bueno "Wife of Jose Da La Torre Bueno"  1906 - 1991        In Loving Memory: their remains lie in the Garden at the Crook House, Haddom Connecticut
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16.
RICHARD 'DICKIE' BARLOW4, (Eldridge3,Richard2,Thomas1) son of Eldridge Barlow and Winnie Ann Williamson, was born 21 April 1859 in Indian Springs, Butts Co Georgia, and died 09 October 1927 in Corpus Christi, Nueces Co Texas, burial in Rose Hill Cemetery, Corpus Christi, Nueces Co Texas.

He married GEORGIA LOU LATTIMER c1896.
Justice Precinct #3 Ellis Co Texas  
Enumerated 13 June 1900    pg 008    #140/143
R.D. Barlow Head 40 April 1860
GA
GA
GA
Loue Barlow Wife 28 January 1872
TN
TN
TN
Roy Barlow Son  3 November 1896
TX
GA
TN
Charlie Barlow Son  2 March 1898
TX
GA
TN
Joe Barlow Son  2mo April 1900
TX
GA
TN
Justice Precinct #2 Nueces Co Texas  
Enumerated 29-30 January 1920    pg 008   FM 139/148
Richard D. Barlow Head 59
GA
GA
GA
Georgia Barlow Wife 58
TN
TN
TN
Roy D. Barlow Son 23
TX
GA
TN
Charles A. Barlow Son 21
TX
GA
TN
Joseph E. Barlow Son 19
TX
GA
TN
Winnie S. Barlow Daughter 18
TX
GA
TN
Children of Richard and Lou are:
i.

ROY D. BARLOW5, born November 1896, and died 03 November 1963

ii. CHARLES A. BARLOW, born 09 March 1898, and died 17 April 1959
iii. JOSEPH ELDRIDGE BARLOW, born 07 April 1900, and died 27 February 1951
iv. WINNIE S. BARLOW, born c1902 in Texas
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17. THOMAS HENRY BARLOW4, (Eldridge3,Richard2,Thomas1) son of Eldridge Barlow and Winnie Ann Williamson, was born December 1860 in Georgia, and died 1914 in Orlando, Orange Co Florida, DC #4219

He married LOUISA JEANETTA PARTIN on 29 April 1891 in Orange Co Florida.   She was born October 1869 in Florida or Texas.
Midway, Stewart Co Georgia
Enumerated 06 June 1900     pg 005     #81/81      Census Image
Married 9 years     2 children born, 2 living  
Thomas H. Barlow Head 39 December 1860
GA
GA
GA
Louisa J. Barlow Wife 30 October 1869
FL
FL
FL
Ethel Barlow Daughter  8 December 1891
FL
GA
FL
Eldredge Barlow Son  3 February 1897
FL
GA
FL
Idus D. Welsh Boarder 24 May 1886
GA
GA
GA
Jinnie Simmons / black Servant 13 Unk 1887
GA
GA
GA
Ft Lauderdale, Dade Co Florida
Enumerated 21 April 1910     Pg 004      #85/85     Census Image
Married 29 years, 3 children born, 3 living
Thomas H. Barlow / Barlon Head 49
GA
GA
GA
Louise Barlow Wife 40
FL
FL
FL
Eldrige Barlow Son 13
FL
GA
FL
Herbert James Barlow Son  4
FL
GA
FL

Orlando, Orange Co Florida
Enumerated 10 January 1920     Pg 009      #104/124/241     Census Image
Louise Barrow  / widow Head 48
TX
GA
GA
Ethel Barrow Daughter 27
FL
FL
TX
Eldridge Barrow Son 22
FL
GA
TX
Herbert James Barrow Son 17
FL
GA
TX
They live next door to Arthur and Nannie Barlow, son of #8 Simon Barlow.

I could not locate Louise in the death index of Florida, nor in a 1930 census.   Another Barlow family living in Orlando in 1930 are my Mississippi Kinfolk ... SBH
Children of Thomas and Louise are:
i. ETHEL BARLOW5, born December 1891 in Florida
ii.
ELDRIDGE BARLOW, born February 1897 in Florida, and died 1954 in Orange Co Florida.
He married LILLIAN E., c1928 in Florida, and they divorced in 1933 in Florida.  No children in 1930 census.
iii.
HERBERT JAMES BARLOW, born c1903-1906 in Florida.   I find a James H. Barlow, with wife MARION, and daughter, Jeannie in the 1930 Orange Co Florida census that may be him
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18.
JOSEPH ELDRIDGE BARLOW4, (Eldridge3,Richard2,Thomas1) son of Eldridge Barlow and Winnie Ann Williamson, was born on 07 July 1862 in Stewart Co Georgia, and died 21 April 1932 in Havana, Cuba, burial in Colon Cemetery in Cuba.   [Passports to Havana, Cuba, Issue Dates: 05 July 1917, June 1918, Aug 1919 shows his residence as NY]    According to the article below, Mr. Barlow dealt in real estate in Cuba

He married 1) MARY ELIZABETH SHETTLEWORTH on 08 September 1892 in Alachua Co Florida.   She is the daughter of William Shettleworth and Mary J. Whittington
He married 2) EDITH P. HAWES between 1900 and 1902
He married 3) MAUD CARTER between 1911 and 1913 in Stewart Co Georgia.
TIMES, SEPTEMBER 09, 1929 © 2008 Time Inc.

Secretary of State Henry Lewis Stimson last week frowned over this cablegram from Havana:
STIMSON WASHINGTON ARRESTED THIS AFTERNOON ON FALSE CHARGES HELD IN PRINCIPE FORTRESS WITHOUT OPPORTUNITY TO FURNISH BAIL BARLOW
Secretary Stimson did not have to call an assistant to tell him who Barlow was. Only too 'familiar was he with the long-standing controversies between Joseph E. Barlow, 67, U. S. citizen, 30 years a resident of Havana, and the Cuban Government.
Only too well did he know that Mr. Barlow has been pressing a nine-million-dollar claim which has caused more alarums and excursions at the State Department than have the affairs of any other U. S. investor abroad. Mr. Barlow laid claim to 32 city blocks in the heart of Havana taken from him by the Cuban Government. His claim was based on a 400-year-old Spanish grant bounding the property ''as far as a dog's bark could be heard."
Cuban courts and the U. S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee have upheld his demand for compensation. The Cuban Government has refused to pay. Secretary Stimson also recalled that Mr. Barlow once threatened to "bust on the nose" his predecessor, Frank Billings Kellogg, because that old gentleman did not seem interested enough in his case. With only a small delay Statesman Stimson despatched instructions to the U. S. Embassy at Havana to inquire into Mr. Barlow's arrest, to discover if "his surroundings were bearable." Before this order could reach Havana, Mr. Barlow was out of jail. He was released on $500 bail, furnished by his official accusers. The charge against him was grand larcency. Senora Vincenta Garcia had bought some lots from him, had failed to pay for them. When he sought to recover them, she charged she was being cheated. The Judicial Police advised him that "Cuba would feel happier if he would return to the U. S. and stay there, thus avoiding trouble and unpleasantness." Mr. Barlow took the advice, left for Washington prepared to agitate his claims with redoubled vigor.
Said Senator Borah: "Outrage!" Said Senator King: "OUTRAGE!!" Secretary Stimson did not say "outrage" but he set to work afresh on the whole Barlow case, with the hope of closing it out and forever eradicating a small patch of international prickly heat.

TIMES, FEBRUARY 1930. © 2008 Time Inc.

When U. S. Ambassador Harry Frank Guggenheim arrived in Cuba, one of the crankiest, most vexatious problems he found waiting settlement was a $9,000,000 real estate claim of U.S. citizen Joseph E. Barlow, long-time Havana resident and land promoter (TIME, April 29 et seq.).
For ten years Mr. Barlow, at times irascible, had been pressing the U.S. Government for justice from Cubans he claimed had stolen his property.
Last week Ambassador Guggenheim thought he had found a method of settlement. Citizen Barlow balked at the arrangement. Citizen Barlow claims that in 1919 he bought swamp acres in what is now the business centre of Havana, developed them with streets, sewers, watermains; that one Pedro Gomez Mena. in connivance with then President Zayas of Cuba, seized the land, formed Gomez Mena Land Co.; that Cuban courts had upheld the Barlow titles; that officers of the land company as Cuban Congressmen were immune to arrest and prosecution; that therefore the court orders against them could not be executed. Ambassador Guggenheim had induced Gomez Mena Land Co. to arbitrate with Citizen Barlow. Citizen Barlow was to choose one Cuban arbitrator. The land company was to choose another from a group of three to be selected by John William Davis, onetime U. S. Ambassador to Great Britain. A third was to be selected by the other two or by the World Court if they failed to agree.
Cranky, suspicious, Citizen Barlow objected. He insisted that each of the proposed Cuban arbiters "is a close friend of President Machado and his cronies;" that Mr. Davis was a schoolmate of Rafael Sanchez Aballi, son-in-law of President Machado, leaser of an amusement park in "Barlow" properties; that U. S. justice was not to be expected from any third arbiter of Spanish extraction selected by the World Court.

For further information about the land deals struck by Joseph E. Barlow, do a search on google for a book called 'Pleasure Island, Tourism and Temptation in Cuba', by Rosalie Schwartz in 1997, and once you find the online book, do a search for Barlow.   Quite an interesting story.
Child of Joseph and Mary is: Prct 10, Alachua Co Florida
Enumerated 11 June 1900    pg 008    #161/162
Married 30 years, 7 children born, 2 living
Wm Shettleworth Head 54 November 1845
SC
SC
SC
Mary J. Shettleworth Wife 45 October 1854
GA
GA
GA
John W. Shettleworth Son 27 February 1873
FL
SC
GA
Wm. E. Barlow Grandson  6 September 1893
FL
GA
FL
Boon L. Barlow Boarder 28 Unknown 1872
GA
GA
GA

I did not locate them in a 1910 or 1920 census.  In 1930, Joseph is lodging in a home in Washington DC, his age 67, shown to be married.
i.
WILLIAM ELDRIDGE BARLOW5, born 11 September 1893 in Florida. According to passport records, he apparently spent much of his life in Havana, Cuba. [US Passports]
Child of Joseph and Edith is:
ii.
MADALAINE PHILLIPS BARLOW5, born 09 October 1902 in Swampscott, Essex Co Massachusetts, passport issued in 1913 while residing in Stewart Co Georgia to Havana Cuba.  A 1917 passport shows Havana Cuba to be her permanent resident.  She died 14 June 1974 in San Diego Co California [SSDI]
Child of Joseph and Maud is:
iii. JOSEPHINE BARLOW5, born 03 February 1914, and died 18 Dec 1971 in Palm Beach Co Florida [Florida Death Records]   Apparently she did not marry.
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19.
JAMES R. 'JIM' MORRIS4, (Mahalia3,Richard2,Thomas1) son of Samuel Morris and Mahalia Barlow, was born 25 May 1857, and died 24 November 1908, burial in the Barlow Family Cemetery, Indian Springs, Butts Co Georgia

He married ELIZABETH I. 'LIZZIE'.    She was born 24 July 1867, and died 27 December 1911, burial in the Barlow Family Cemetery, Indian Springs, Butts Co Georgia
Proctors, Monroe Co Georgia
Enumerated 01 June 1900     pg 021     #355/355      Census Image
Married 16 years     5 children born, 5 living  
James R. Morris Head 43 May 1857
GA
GA
GA
Lizzie Morris Wife 33 July 1867
GA
GA
GA
Samuel A. Morris Son 13 August 1886
GA
GA
GA
Lloyd McM Morris Son 11 September 1888
GA
GA
GA
James W. Morris Son 10 May 1890
GA
GA
GA
Nettie I. Morris Daughter  6 July 1893
GA
GA
GA
Edward E. Morris Son  8mo September 1899
GA
GA
GA
Proctors, Monroe Co Georgia
Enumerated 23 April 1910     pg 007     #8/8      Census Image
Widowed    5 children born, 5 living  
Lizzie Morris Wife 42
GA
GA
GA
Salm [Sam'l] Morris Son 23
GA
GA
GA
Lloyd Morris Son 22
GA
GA
GA
Willie Morris Son 19
GA
GA
GA
Nettie Morris Daughter 17
GA
GA
GA
Robin Morris Son 10
GA
GA
GA
Children of James and Lizzie are:
i. SAMUEL A. MORRIS5, born August 1886 in Georgia
ii. LLOYD M. MORRIS, born September 1888 in Georgia
iii. JAMES WILLIAM 'WILLIE' MORRIS, born May 1890 in Georgia
iv. NETTIE I. MORRIS, born July 1893 in Georgia
v. EDWARD E. / ROBIN MORRIS, born September 1899 in Georgia
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20.
GEORGE ROBERT RIDGWAY/RIDGEWAY4, (Mahalia3,Richard2,Thomas1) son of Samuel Ridgway and Mahalia Barlow, was born 10 March 1864, and died 01 March 1916.

He married LUCIA MUHOLLAND HUNT.   The daughter of John Poleman Hunt, and Martha Ann Garr, she was born 09 November 1866, and died 29 December 1939.  Both are buried in Fellowship Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Butts Co Georgia. Information from William Kerr at World Connect.com and Fellowship Presbyterian Church Cemetery Records
Coodys, Butts Co Georgia
Enumerated June 1900     pg 004     #74/74      Census Image
Married 15 years     6 children born, 6 living  
George Ridgeway Head 31 March 1864
GA
GA
GA
Lucie Ridgeway Wife 33 November 1866
GA
GA
GA
Marvin Ridgeway Son 13 March 1887
GA
GA
GA
Fannie Ridgeway Daughter 11 November 1889
GA
GA
GA
Clifford Ridgeway Daughter  8 June 1891
GA
GA
GA
Hunt Ridgeway Son  7 May 1893
GA
GA
GA
Mary Ridgeway Daughter  4 February 1896
GA
GA
GA
Rolfe Ridgeway Son  1 February 1899
GA
GA
GA
Coodys, Butts Co Georgia
Enumerated 04 May 1910     pg 014           Census Image
Married 25 years     10 children born, 9 living  
George R. Ridgway Head 46
GA
GA
GA
Lucia H. Ridgway Wife 43
GA
GA
GA
Frances E. Ridgway Daughter 20
GA
GA
GA
Clifford M. Ridgway Daughter 18
GA
GA
GA
George H. Ridgway Son 16
GA
GA
GA
Mary L. Ridgway Daughter 13
GA
GA
GA
James R. Ridgway Son 11
GA
GA
GA
Florrie E. Ridgway Daughter  7
GA
GA
GA
Ethel R. Ridgway Daughter  4
GA
GA
GA
Sarah L. Ridgway Daughter  2
GA
GA
GA
Sallie E. Hammonds Boarder 44
GA
GA
GA
Janie N. Hammonds Boarder 12
GA
GA
GA
John B. Chamblee Boarder 19
GA
GA
GA

Jackson, Butts Co Georgia
Enumerated 17 January 1920     pg 013     #116/126      Census Image
Lucia Ridgeway Head / Widow 53
GA
GA
GA
Mary Ridgeway Daughter 22
GA
GA
GA
Florie Ridgeway Daughter 16
GA
GA
GA
Ethel Ridgeway Daughter 13
GA
GA
GA
Sara Ridgeway Daughter 11
GA
GA
GA
Pauline Ridgeway Daughter  9
GA
GA
GA

Barnesville, Lamar Co Georgia
Enumerated 02 April 1930     pg 001     #336/14/16      Census Image
Lucia H. Ridgeway Head/Widow 33
GA
GA
GA
Ethel R. Ridgeway Daughter 22
GA
GA
GA
Sarah L. Ridgeway Daughter 20
GA
GA
GA
Pauline A. Ridgeway Daughter 19
GA
GA
GA
Children of George and Lucia are:  [From WorldConnect]
i SAMUEL MARVIN 'BUDDY' RIDGWAY5, born 22 March 1887, and died 15 March 1872.
He married NETTIE JO HAN on 09 November 1913.
ii.
FRANCES EMMA 'FANNIE' RIDGWAY, born 24 April 1889, and died 04 January 1975 in Henry Co Georgia.
She married LAWRENCE TURNER on 17 April 1913
iii. CLIFFORD MAHALA RIDGWAY, born 01 June 1891, and died 28 January 1973.
She married MR. MCDONALD on 21 June 1928
iv.
GEORGE HUNT MCDONALD, born 10 May 1893, and died 08 October 1973.
He married MARY LYNDIA TYUS.  She was born 30 January 1893 in Pike Co Georgia, and died 23 July 1989.
Both are buried in Jackson City Cemetery, Jackson, Butts Co Georgia.
v. MARY LUCIA RIDGWAY, born 20 June 1896, and died 26 December 1976.
She married BOYCE MOSS on 26 December 1922
vi. JAMES ROLFE RIDGWAY, born 22 February 1899, and died 18 January 1959.
He married LILLIAN BULLARD on 11 March 1921
vii. SARAH LOUISE RIDGWAY, born 11 March 1901, and died 02 September 1974
She married PAUL JACKSON on 15 August 1931
viii. OTIS LAMAR RIDGWAY, born 07 August 1901, [??] and died 09 March 1904
ix. FLORRIE EMILY RIDGWAY, born 10 February 1905, and died 07 August 1971
She married REVEREND SIDNEY H. ODOM, SR. on 01 August 1920
x. ETHEL REBECCA RIDGWAY, born 10 February 1906, and died 29 January 1989.
She married REVEREND SIDNEY H. ODOM, SR. on 17 June 1972
xi. ANNIE PAULINE RIDGWAY, born 11 September 1910.   She married DONALD BUSH in December 1931
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GENERATION 5
21. GEORGE V. BARLOW5, (Emmitt4,James3,Richard2,Thomas1) son of Emmitt Virgil Barlow and Susan A.C. Burrow, was born May 1862 in Georgia.

He married ADDA.   She was born February 1871.   The only census record I found them in was 1900
Carrollton, Carroll Co Georgia    This census is all but illegible, transcription may not be correct
Enumerated 12 June 1900    pg 19     #327/329    Census Image
Married 15 years     6 children born, 5 living  
George V. Barlow Head 38 May 1862
GA
GA
GA
Adda Barlow Wife 27 February 1871
GA
GA
GA
Julia Barlow Daughter 13 March 1887
GA
GA
GA
George Barlow Son 11 July 1888
GA
GA
GA
Nevada Barlow Daughter  7 August 1892
GA
GA
GA
Halley Barlow Daughter  4 **
GA
GA
GA
Known children of George and Adda are:
i. JULIA BARLOW6, born March 1887 in Georgia
ii. GEORGE BARLOW, born July 1888 in Georgia
iii. NEVADA BARLOW, born August 1892 in Georgia
iv. HALLEY BARLOW, born c1896 in Georgia
 
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22.
FRANCES E. 'FANNIE' BARLOW5, (Emmitt4,James3,Richard2,Thomas1) daughter of Emmitt Virgil Barlow and Susan A.C. Burrow, was born July or August 1871 in Georgia, and died November 1928 in Cleburne Co Alabama, DC #31116

She married GEORGE W. PARKER c1892 in Georgia.   He was born March 1873 in Georgia, and died 18 December 1857 in Cleburne Co Alabama, DC #25263
Mandeville, Carroll Co Georgia   
Enumerated 19 June 1900    pg 16     #287/288    Census Image
Married 8 years     4 children born, 4 living  
George Parker Head 27 March 1873
GA
GA
GA
Fannie Parker Wife 28 August 1871
GA
GA
GA
Minnie Parker Daughter  6 September 1893
GA
GA
GA
Idus V. Parker Son  5 April 1895
GA
GA
GA
George Parker Son  3 February 1898
GA
GA
GA
Lana Parker Daughter  1 October 1899
GA
GA
GA
Mandeville, Carroll Co Georgia   
Enumerated 25-26 April 1910    pg 06     #100/104    Census Image
Married 19 years     8 children born, 7 living
George W. Parker Head 37
GA
GA
GA
Frances E. Parker Wife 40
GA
GA
GA
Minnie S. Parker Daughter 16
GA
GA
GA
Verner Parker Son 15
GA
GA
GA
George S. Parker Son 12
GA
GA
GA
Lonie D. Parker Daughter 12
GA
GA
GA
Wilburn L. Parker Son  8
GA
GA
GA
Ennis W. Parker Son  4
GA
GA
GA
Sarah F. Parker Daughter  7mo
GA
GA
GA

Oak Level, Cleburne Co Alabama
Enumerated 12 January 1920    pg 005     FM 86/87    Census Image
George W. Parker Head 47
GA
GA
GA
Fannie Parker Wife 49
GA
GA
GA
Loyd Parker Daughter 17
GA
GA
GA
Wyley Parker Son 13
GA
GA
GA
Florence Parker Daughter 10
GA
GA
GA

Oak Level, Cleburne Co Alabama
Enumerated 10 April 1930    pg 008    #141/142    Census Image
George W. Parker Head / Widower 54
GA
GA
GA
Buford Philips Son-in-law 20
AL
AL
AL
Florance Philips Daughter 21
GA
GA
GA
Cathern E. Philips Granddaughter  2
AL
AL
AL
Children of Fannie and George are:
i. MINNIE S. PARKER6, born September 1893 in Georgia
ii. IDUS VERNER PARKER, born April 1895 in Georgia
iii. GEORGE S. PARKER, born February 1898 in Georgia
iv. LANA / LONNIE D. PARKER, born October 1899 in Georgia
v. WILBURN LOYD PARKER, born c1902 in Georgia
vi. ENNIS WILEY PARKER, born c1906 in Georgia
vii.
SARAH FLORENCE PARKER, born cOctober 1909 in Georgia, and died 07 October 1943 in Cleburne Co Alabama, DC #14992
She married BUFORD PHILLIPS
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23.
WILLIAM SYLVESTER / SAM BARLOW5, (Emmitt4,James3,Richard2,Thomas1) son of Emmitt Virgil Barlow and Susan A.C. Burrow, was born 30 July 1871 in Georgia, and died October 1948 in Thomaston, Carroll Co Georgia.   According the the 1900 census, he and his sister Frances have the same birth month and year, but according to census records, that is not the case

He married CLAUDIA NICHOLS on 11 September 1898 in Carroll Co Georgia, officiated by J.R. Reid N.P., ex. Justice of Peace.   She was born February 1883 in Georgia, and died 05 April 1949 in Upson Co Georgia.
Buncombe, Haralson Co Georgia   
Enumerated 18 June 1900    pg 11     #---/208    Census Image
Married 1 year     1 child born, 1 living  
William S. Barlow Head 28 July 1871
GA
GA
GA
Claudie Barlow Wife 17 February 1883
GA
GA
GA
Bertha Barlow Daughter  1 March 1899
GA
GA
GA

Turkey Creek, Carroll Co Georgia   
Enumerated 19-20 April 1910    pg 003     #59/67   Census Image
Married 11 years     6 children born, 6 living
William S. Barlow Head 38
GA
GA
GA
Claudie Barlow Wife 27
GA
GA
GA
Bertha Barlow Daughter 11
GA
GA
GA
Harry Barlow Son  8
GA
GA
GA
Katie Barlow Daughter  7
GA
GA
GA
Willie Barlow Daughter  6
GA
GA
GA
Carl Barlow Son  2
GA
GA
GA
Dortha Barlow Daughter  3mo
GA
GA
GA
Flint Corner, Carroll Co Georgia   
Enumerated 17-19 January 1920    pg 002     FM43/44    Census Image
William C. Barlow Head 48
GA
GA
GA
Claudie Barlow Wife 34
GA
GA
GA
Harris Barlow Son 18
GA
GA
GA
Katie Barlow Daughter 16
GA
GA
GA
Willie V. Barlow Daughter 14
GA
GA
GA
Carl Barlow Son 11
GA
GA
GA
Dortha L. Barlow Daughter 10
GA
GA
GA
Claude M. Barlow Son  8
GA
GA
GA
Jennie C. Barlow Daughter  5
GA
GA
GA
Garnier V. Barlow Son  3
GA
GA
GA
Paul H. Barlow Son  1
GA
GA
GA

Mandeville, Carroll Co Georgia   
Enumerated 12 April 1930    pg 004     #58/58    Census Image
W. Sam Barlow Head 58
GA
GA
GA
Clause [Claudie] Barlow Wife 47
GA
GA
GA
Claurance Barlow Son 18
GA
GA
GA
Jennie Barlow Daughter 16
GA
GA
GA
Garver Barlow Son 14
GA
GA
GA
Paul Barlow Son 11
GA
GA
GA
Kinith Barlow Son  9
GA
GA
GA
Children of William and Claudia are:
i.
BERTHA BEATRICE BARLOW6, born March 1899 in Georgia, and died 1931 in Piedmont, Calhoun Co Alabama
She married JOHN HARVEY ROWELL on 26 December 1917 in Haralson Co Georgia.  He was born March 1899 in Haralson Co Georgia, and died 25 August 1975 in Alabama
ii. HARRY / HARRIS BARLOW, born c1902 in Georgia, and died 22 January 1922 in Carroll Co Georgia, from appendicitis, age 20 years, 5 mo, and 5 days, DC #353D,
iii. KATIE BARLOW, born c1903 in Georgia
iv. WILLIE V. BARLOW, born c1904 in Georgia.   In the 1930 census, Willie, age 23, lives next door to Wm. and Claudie, she is married to WALTER ALIKINS [?] , I believe she may be the same.
v. CARL BARLOW, born c1908 in Georgia    [Is this the correct Carl?]
vi. DORTHA L. BARLOW, born cFebruary 1910 in Georgia
vii. CLAUDE M. / CLAURENCE BARLOW, born c1912 in Georgia.
viii. JENNIE C. BARLOW, born c1915 in Georgia.
ix. GARNIER / GARVER V. BARLOW, born c1917 in Georgia
x. PAUL H. BARLOW, born c1919 in Georgia.
xi. KENNETH BARLOW, born c1921 in Georgia.
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24.
NANCY LAURA BARLOW5, (Emmitt4,James3,Richard2,Thomas1) daughter of Emmitt Virgil Barlow and Susan A.C. Burrow, was born September 1873 in Georgia

She married WILLIAM SAMUEL LEAK.  The son of William Asbury Leak, he was born November 1872 in Georgia, and died 08 April 1938 in Carroll Co Georgia, DC #8384   [WWI Draft Registration shows his birth as 12 October 1872 in Carroll Co Georgia.]    I could not locate them in a 1920 or 1930 census, though I did locate Wm's death record in 1938 Carroll Co Georgia.   Both are buried in Mt. Zion Cemetery in Jake near Waco Georgia
Turkey Creek, Carroll Co Georgia   
Enumerated 02 June 1900    pg 002     #25/25    Census Image
Married 5 years    
William S. Leak Head 27 November 1872
GA
GA
GA
Nancy L. Leak Wife 26 September 1873
GA
GA
GA
Paskel B. Leak Son  3 June 1896
GA
GA
GA
Lasha E. Leak Daughter  3mo February 1900
GA
GA
GA
Flint Corner, Carroll Co Georgia   
Enumerated 17 April 1910    pg 002     #33/33    Census Image
Married 14 years     4 children born, 4 living  
William S. Leak Head 39
GA
GA
GA
Nancy L. Leak Wife 36
GA
GA
GA
Pascal B. Leak Son 13
GA
GA
GA
Laura E. Leak Daughter 10
GA
GA
GA
William G. Leak Son  6
GA
GA
GA
Lars E. Leak Daughter  3
GA
GA
GA
Children of Nancy and William are:    Per Steven W. Leak, Esq. Sept 2011, not necessarily in order of birth
i.
PASCAL BUREN LEAK6, born June 1896 in Georgia. Note from Steven Leak, Esq:  Pascal was married twice, his first wife (I am guessing on the spelling of her first name I'd need to go to the Mt. Zion Cemetery in Jake near Waco to be sure Elmie (Aiken) Leak who died in child birth as did her child a lovely bright red headed girl the baby was buried in her mothers arms.
His second wife was Clar Mae (Roberts) Leak who was Charles William Leak (my Fathers Mother) she died when Charles William Leak was nine months of age in 1932.  The life of Pascal Buren Leak was cut short due to experiencing extreme frost bite in the deep trenches of France and Germany and worse being mustard gassed by the Germans in World War One Pascal Buren Leak was Drafted into the United States Army 162nd Infantry Rainbow Division as his Veterans Foot stone so states for any and all to see, After WWI Pascal returned home and was discharged in 1918 with a 25% military disability. Both Pascal and Clar Mae Leak are buried at New Smyrna Cemetery in Paulding Co Georgia.
iii.
WILLIAM GARFIELD LEAK, died 29 November 1967, burial in Hillcrest Cemetery, East Point, Fulton Co Georgia.  Steven Leake Esq notes:  He married Nora Skinner they had three children,
iv.
EFFIE LEAK   Steven Leak, Esq notes:  She married Ernest Carter they had one son James Carter. All are deceased and buried at the Mt. Zion Cemetery in Jake near Waco, Georgia.
v. ESTELL LEAK died of consumption as a teenager
vi.
MARY LEAK    Steven Leak, Esq notes:  She married Herman Brown they are deceased, they had several children.
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25. MARY S. BARLOW5, (Emmitt4,James3,Richard2,Thomas1) daughter of Emmitt Virgil Barlow and Susan A.C. Burrow, was born 06 February 1876 in Carroll Co Georgia, and died in 1956.

She married WILLIAM H. CHAPMAN c1907.
Atlanta, Fulton Co Georgia   
Enumerated April 1910    pg 008     #16/221/148     Census Image
Married 3 years         Emmitt and Susan married 49 years   8 children born, 7 living
William H. Chapman Head 38
PA
PA
OH
Mary S. Chapman Wife 33
GA
GA
GA
Emmett V. Barlow Father-in-law 72
GA
US
US
Susan C. Barlow Mother-in-law 73
GA
SC
SC
This census is so light, it is almost illegible.    I did not locate them in 1930
Atlanta, Fulton Co Georgia   
Enumerated 12 January 1920    pg 019     #214/407/470     Census Image
William H. Chapman Head 48
PA
PA
PA
Mary S. Chapman Wife 43
GA
GA
GA
William C. Chapman Son  5
GA
PA
GA
Mary F. Chapman Daughter  5
GA
PA
GA
Susan C. Barlow Mother-in-law / widow 82
GA
GA
GA
Children of Mary and William are:
i. WILLIAM C. CHAPMAN6, born c1915 in Georgia.
ii. MARY F. CHAPMAN, born c1915 in Georgia, possible twin
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26.
WILLIAM E. 'WILLIE' BARLOW5, (Simon4,James3,Richard2,Thomas1) son of Simon S. Barlow and Lola Florilla Amanda Williamson, was born June 1876 in Stewart Co Georgia

He married JULIA
Military Dist 796, Stewart Co Georgia   
Enumerated 02 April 1910    pg 006     #115/129    Census Image
Married 8 years        5 children born, 5 living
William E. Barlow Head 34
GA
GA
GA
Julia Barlow Wife 28
GA
SC
GA
Eldridge C. Barlow Son  6
GA
GA
GA
Edith May Barlow Daughter  4
GA
GA
GA
Ruth E. Barlow Daughter  2
GA
GA
GA
George W. Barlow Son  1
GA
GA
GA

Again, I did not locate this family in a 1930 census.
Bluffton, Clay Co Georgia     [Indexed as Badow]
Enumerated 06 January 1920    pg 002     #40/40    Census Image
Willie E. Barlow Head 43
GA
GA
GA
Julia Barlow Wife 30
GA
SC
GA
L. Oland? Barlow Son 14
GA
GA
GA
Edith May Barlow Daughter 13
GA
GA
GA
Ruth Barlow Daughter 11
GA
GA
GA
George Barlow Son  9
GA
GA
GA
Myrtis Barlow Daughter  7
GA
GA
GA
Marget Barlow Daughter  6
GA
GA
GA
Richard Barlow Son  4
GA
GA
GA
William Arth Barlow Son  2
GA
GA
GA
 
Known children of William and Julia are:
i.
ELDRIDGE C. BARLOW6, born c1904 in Georgia, and died 17 February 1987 in Sumter Co Georgia.  I did find in 1930, an E.C. Barlow, age 25 in Calhoun Co Georgia, with wife, MAXWELL B. BARLOW, age 17 that may be the same    
ii. EDITH MAY BARLOW, born c1906 in Georgia.
iii. RUTH E. BARLOW, born c1908 in Georgia
iv. GEORGE W. BARLOW, born c1909 in Georgia
v. MYRTIS BARLOW, born c1913 in Georgia
vi. MARGARET BARLOW, born c1914 in Georgia
vii. RICHARD BARLOW, born c1916 in Georgia
viii. WILLIAM ARTH[UR] BARLOW, born c1918 in Georgia
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27.
GEORGE MILTON BARLOW5, (Simon4,James3,Richard2,Thomas1) son of Simon S. Barlow and Lola Florilla Amanda Williamson, was born 08 September 1884 or 85 in Stewart Co Georgia, and died 09 June 1949 in Miami, Dade Co Florida.  Both he and Ollie are buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Miami, Dade Co Florida.

He married OLLIE MAE QUIGG c1911 in Orlando, Orange Co Florida.  The daughter of Edward Allen Quigg and Anne Virginia Proctor, she was born 18 May 1888 in Geneva, Orange Co Florida, and died 28 November 1947 in Miami, Dade Co Florida.
Children of George and Ollie are: George is a roomer in 1910 Orlando, Orange Co Florida, in the Seeger home

I could not locate them in a 1920 census.

Orlando, Orange Co Florida
Enumerated 17 April 1930    pg 011    #1010/295/310
G. Milton Barlow Head 43
GA
GA
LA
Ollie Barlow Wife 41
FL
GA
NY
Lester M. Barlow Son 16
FL
GA
US
Raymond W. Barlow Son 15
FL
GA
FL
Carl S. Barlow Son   5
FL
GA
FL
Fracis Q. Barlow [sic] Son 3
FL
GA
FL
W. Stanley Quigg Brother-in-law 24
FL
GA
NY
i.
LESTER MILTON BARLOW6, born 24 October 1913 in Orlando, Orange Co Florida, and died 09 September 1968 on Miami, Dade Co Florida.
He married BERYL VIRGINIA BURNS on 06 May 1933 in Orange Co Florida, Vol 209, Certificate #6568
ii.
RAYMOND WILSON BARLOW, born 08 February 1915 in Orlando, Orange Co Florida, and died 11 January 1998 in Eustis, Lake Co Florida.
iii.
CARL SANDERS BARLOW, born 18 November 1924, and died 28 July 1998, both in Orlando, Orange Co Florida
iv.
FRANCIS QUIGG BARLOW, born 03 October 1926 in Orlando, Orange Co Florida, and died 25 February 1998 in Tampa, Hillsborough Co Florida, burial in Florida National Cemetery, Sumter Co Florida.
He married 1) MARJORIE M. CROFOOT in 1948, Dade Co Florida, Vol 1192, Certificate 18411, they divorced September 1969 n Pinellas Co Florida, Certificate #25026.
He married 2) RUTH EMBER ROHRER / POLANSKI on 04 January 1970 in Manatee Co Florida, Certificate #2860
Per Raymond Wilson Barlow:  I have no clue if the following records belong to this particular Raymond, or even perhaps to a son, but I find:
Florida marriage record:  Raymond Wilson Barlow married MARTHA ALMEDA BARLOW in 1937, Seminole Co Florida, Vol 418, Certificate #25117
Florida divorce record:  Raymond Wilson Barlow divorced VICTORIA R. in Orange Co Florida in 1949.
Florida marriage record: Raymond Wilson Barlow marrying MABLE ELIZABETH HARRISON / BROWN on 03 August 1975 in Orange Co Florida, Col 3783, Certificate #054433
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28.
LUBIE EUGENE  BARLOW SR 5, (Simon4,James3,Richard2,Thomas1) daughter of Simon S. Barlow and Lola Florilla Amanda Williamson, was born 23 December 1886 ot 1887 in Stewart Co Georgia, and died 10 September 1933 in Orlando, Orange Co Florida, DC #14079, Vol 595, burial in Greenwood Cemetery in Orlando, Orange Co Florida

He married EMILY SUE JACKSON c1918 in Georgia.   She was born 20 February 1890 in Georgia, and died 03 July 1977 in Cocoa, Brevard Co Florida
In 1910, Luby, age 23 is a boarder in the Charles and Ella Banks home in Stewart Co Georgia.
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Scienceville, Stewart Co Georgia   
Enumerated 20-21 January 1920    pg 007     FM119/119    Census Image
Lubie E. Barlow Head 33
GA
GA
GA
Emily S. Barlow Wife 28
GA
SC
GA
Infant Barlow Son  4mo
GA
GA
GA
Orlando, Orange Co Florida
Enumerated 21 April 1930    pg 015     #110/383/404     Census Image
Luby E. Barlow Head 4
GA
GA
GA
Emily Barlow Wife 38
GA
SC
GA
Luby E. Barlow Son 10
GA
GA
GA
L. Leroy Barlow Son  8
GA
GA
GA
David Harroldson Boarder 21
GA
GA
GA
Known children of Luby and Emily are:
i. LUBIE EUGENE BARLOW JR6, born 18 September 1919 in Georgia, and died 07 January 1994 in Cocoa, Brevard Co Florida
ii. L. LEROY BARLOW, born c1922 in Georgia
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29. DONIA/DORA A. BARLOW5, (Simon4,James3,Richard2,Thomas1) daughter of Simon S. Barlow and Lola Florilla Amanda Williamson, was born April 1889 in Stewart Co Georgia.

She married  1) DICKERSON ERNEST 'DICK' HALLIDAY c1914-1915.  The son of George Ragan Halliday and Josephine Lawson, he was born December 1883. 
She married  2) LOVETT B. GUSTIN c1928-1929.                  See census records with her parents, #8
Child of Dora and Dick is:
i.
VERNON HALLIDAY6, born c1916 in Georgia
Child of Dora and Lovett is:
ii.
LOVETT GUSTIN, JR.6, born cMarch 1929 in Georgia
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