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Family Genealogy Comprising the Ancestry and Descendancy of

Jonathan Barlow and Plain Rogers

    Written by George Barlow, published 1891

Generation No. 1

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JONATHAN1 BARLOW was born 1748, and died 18 September 1804 in South Walton, NY

He married PLAIN ROGERS 22 September 1776 in Sackville, daughter of JOHN ROGERS and PLAIN WILKINSON
Jonathan Barlow departed on the 5-12 April 1774 from Scarborough, Yorkshire on the ship, Thomas and William", and arrived at Halifax, Nova Scotia on 14-16 May 1774.
"Family tradition says that Jonathan Barlow, the first of our ancestry in America, came from Yorkshire, England, about twenty miles from York. The exact locality is unknown. It is said that he had an elder brother, who acquired his father's estate by inheritance under the laws of England; two sisters have also been mentioned. Elizabeth Robertson is quite sure Jonathan Barlow's two daughters, Elizabeth and Ann, were named after them. Some mention has also been made of another brother, who may have come to America, but this is very doubtful. It is also said that Jonathan had some $1500 in money when he came to America, as his share of the estate; but his own account of his experiences (see below), going from Halifax to Westcock, would seem to indicate that his means were limited. He calls himself "an husbandman." He appears to have received a good education in the English branches. His penmanship is excellent, as is evidenced by his handwriting in a "Copybook of Sums," which he also used for copying favorite selections of prose and poetry. This book is now in the possession of Peter B. Barlow, of Beerston, Walton township, Delaware Co., N.Y. He also wrote in this book the following account of his voyage to America, and his journey on foot some 200 miles, from Halifax to Westcock, through what then must have been almost a wilderness : "I sailed from England in the ship ' Thomas and William.' We landed at the Ortness Islands. The people were very poor, almost naked ; no coal or wood to burn. They grew very little of corn ; they have very little houses, with doors made of straw, and no windows. They make their fires in the middle of their houses. Cows and hogs all lie by their fireside. I bought eggs for onepence per dozen ; ale, two quarts for twopence. Women plough as well as the men. I sailed from there to Halifax; had a pleasant voyage; I stayed in Halifax one week, but that place would not do, for the land was upon a rock; so there was no work for a husbandman. From Halifax I went to Cumberland. The roads were very bad and through the woods. I found everything very dear in Cumberland and was glad to lay among the bay. So I fell to work for eighteenpence per day and victuals found for some days. On June 8 [probably 1774] 1 hired to Samuel Rogers, of Westcock, for one pound fifteen shillings (L1 15s.) per month ; stayed with him for most of the summer. I found the mosquitoes very troublesome, but the land was very good. Therefore I bought 150 acres of land, but having no house or habitation."
The rest of this record is unfortunately lost. He evidently set about clearing off the primeval forests and building a dwellinghouse. He had probably already fallen in love with Samuel Rogers's sister, Plain Rogers, who must have arrived at Westcock only a short time prior to himself.
Plain Rogers had left Smithfield, R.I., with her father, John Rogers, Sr., and his family, early in the spring of 1774. The latter died soon after reaching Sackville. Most of his family returned to Rhode Island, but Plain remained and became the wife of Jonathan Barlow on Sept. 22, 1776. The records of this marriage and the births of their eight children, all in Jonathan's handwriting, I have copied from their Family Bible, now in my possession. It is quite a curiosity, having been printed in England in the year 1714. It contains, besides the Books of the Old and New Testaments, the Church of England formula of worship, with prayers, etc., as ordered by the kings and queens, of England.
Besides his homestead, Jonathan continued to purchase lands adjoining, until he finally became the owner of several hundred acres, comprising the larger part of this peninsula of Sackville. In 1787 he began selling it off, probably in anticipation of his removal to the State of New York. The following transfers of his property were copied from the Town Records of Sackville by George Barlow Penny in 1886:
"April 29, 1788, 8 acres marsh land to Nicholas Grace for (page 13= map of Sackville) (14) L12., Aug. 21, 1787, 12 acres marsh land to Jonathan Cole for L10, Oct. 20, 1788, 4 half acre lots of the Town Plot (so called), being Nos. 195, 196, 197, all adjoining the eight rod road west of my house, and one lot, No. 122, lying in road leading to my house and adjoining my own land, consideration L8, to Jacob Bromham. Sept. 1, 1790, 21 1/2 acres of Lot 6, in Westcock Marsh, to Hezekiah King, also 7 acres, No. 37, all in Letter A, Division C, in all 39 3/4, for L35. Dec. 29, 1790, one 4 acre lot on the great marsh to William Comforth for L6. Oct. 31, 1791, 44 acres to Gershom Maxwell for L10. Oct. 31, 1791, 386 acres to John Wry for L65. July 24, 1792, 510 ½ acres to Samuel Rogers (one lot has a dwelling thereon), which stands on the town lot belonging to No. 14, for L50. July 25, 1792, 50 acres to G. Harrison and J. Eddy for L20.
Dec. 2, 1793, he conveys through Charles Dixon, attorney, 150 acres to A. Bottsford, Esq., for L95, the proceeds to satisfy a judgment of Samuel and James Rogers against Jonathan Barlow. April 5, 1796, to Thomas Anderson, 2 town lots, each 4 acres, for L14.
In a partly executed deed by Plain Rogers to Joseph Wall, consideration for which was to have been $1000, dated at Walton, N. Y., May 2, 1822, is described, " all that tract, etc., of diked marshland called the Barn Marsh, bound southerly, westerly, and northerly by the Tantamar River and the dike adjunct to said river, and easterly by a cross dike, being a part of that peninsula which lies between the river and Cole's Island, opposite to the Homestead Farm of Charles Dixon, and containing about 21 acres, belonging to share and a half, No. 14, in the Letter A, Division of Sackville, etc., originally granted to Joshua Sprague.
This document, signed by Plain Barlow and witnessed by Gabriel North, Commissioner, etc., and John North, is now in possession of the writer.
During eighteen years' residence at Westcock their family of eight children were born. They were probably tutored in the English branches by James Rogers, the oldest of them in turn working for James in his grindstone quarry. In each child were inculcated habits of industry, purity of thought and purpose, truthfulness, and a just regard for the rights of others. The girls were all taught to spin and weave. They made not only their own clothing, but also that of the male members of their family. The household linen and bed coverings were all spun and woven at home. Then was developed that sturdiness of character, indomitable will power, and heroic courage which so strongly marked their descendants. Of their daily life at Westcock we have but scanty knowledge. Jonathan Barlow seems to have attained some little prominence in the township, being a Surveyor of Highways and Assessor from 1786 to 1791. George Barlow Chase writes me that he understood the intrigues of Samuel and James Rogers against the British Government in Canada, during the War of the Revolution, brought such odium on the family that Jonathan was induced to remove to the United States. Whatever may have been the cause, we find him next in Walton township, Delaware Co., State of New York, locating his future home in " The Den," where he erected a log house to shelter his loved ones on their arrival. He then sent for his family, having previously purchased tickets for "cabin passage" for them in a ship from Halifax to New York City. After travelling some 200 miles, either on horseback or in wagons, the family arrived in Halifax, only to be most shamefully imposed upon by the ship's captain, who took advantage of their helplessness (a wife with eight children, the eldest but fifteen years of age and the youngest an infant). He placed them in the hold of his vessel, and gave the cabin accommodations to others. This caused them much suffering, the passage being a very stormy one, and necessitating the hatches being kept on, and shutting them in darkness, with all its attendant horrors. The rolling of the ship caused sea-sickness, and the stormy weather gave them fearful forebodings of ill : but a kind Providence brought them to port with no serious mishaps.
From New York City, where Jonathan Barlow met them, they journeyed by sailing vessel to Kingston, on the Hudson River, some 90 miles above New York City. Here their effects were put upon pack saddles, and all started on horseback up the Shandaken Valley over the Catskill Range and down the west branch of the Delaware River. They travelled through a then but sparsely settled wilderness, passing the small hamlet, Walton village, to their new home in the " Land of the Free." " The Den," as it was called, or South Walton afterwards, and now Beerston P. 0., had but few straggling settlers. The pioneer settler had only preceded Jonathan some five years, so that they again were obliged to face all the hardships of frontier life, with probably greater privations than they had experienced in Westcock. In a few years their log-cabin was abandoned for a frame house, delightfully located beside the Delaware River on a rising ground commanding a grand view over the beautiful valley. This frame house was still standing in 1889, though its use has been somewhat desecrated, it having been removed many years ago and attached to the barn, and subsequently used as a wagon house. The stout oak timbers show but little evidence of decay. The heavy oak single door, some four feet wide, stands under the shed, a silent reminder of the time when a horse driven through the doorway would draw in a huge back log, which, with birchwood to feed the flames, afforded cheery light as well as heat during the long winter nights. A smoky stain some ten feet wide on a beam, marks the width of their chimney. The nails used in the building, the hinges and door handle, were all hand made by blacksmiths. I have the door handle now in my possession, and highly prize it as a relic of the old Barlow homestead.
In those days deer, wolves, and bears roamed the woods. The streams were alive with trout. Probably many an hour was spent in trapping, fishing, and hunting. The family table was thus repleted, and the youngsters furnished amusement and sport. Clearing and tilling the land, making maple sugar in season, and rafting logs to Philadelphia were their chief occupations. The proceeds of these logs and maple sugar largely paid for the land and improvements and such necessaries of life as they could not raise on the farm. Like at Westcock, all their clothing and linen were made from wool grown and flax cultivated on their own farm, and spun and woven by the female members of the family. Thus Jonathan Barlow, with the aid of his remarkable wife and stalwart sons and daughters, had the satisfaction of owning one of the finest farms in that region. Their life was not altogether a dreary one either. Many were the sleighing parties and other jollifications, when the cooking of his wife, Plain Barlow, for which she was famous, delighted the palates of their neighbors and friends.
Though short in stature and of a stocky build, with jet black hair and eyes all indications of physical strength Jonathan Barlow seems to have succumbed at a comparatively early age. He was sick for some months before his death, and the old fashioned method of phlebotomy, or bleeding, a popular treatment in early days, was resorted to. Medical science, however, was so primitive that he found no relief. He died on Sept. 18, 1804, of typhus fever, in the 56th year of his age, and was buried in a family plot a part of his farm-beautifully situated on a knoll which formed a bend of the river. In the year 1887 the remains of Jonathan Barlow and Plain, his wife, and all their descendants who were buried there, were carefully disinterred under the personal supervision of John Q. Barlow and Peter B. Barlow, and removed to the family plot of the latter, in the Walton Cemetery. This cemetery is charmingly situated on the west branch of the Delaware, some two miles below Walton village. A monument to their memory ought to be erected there. Contributions can be sent direct, addressed to John Q. or Peter B. Barlow, Walton, Delaware Co., N. Y."
"Plain Rogers, wife of Jonathan Barlow, was born in Smithfield, R. L, in the year 1744. She received a fair education in the English branches. Her parents were John Rogers and Plain Wilkinson. (See extracts from Wilkinson and Rogers' Genealogy.) But little is recorded of her previous to her marriage to Jonathan Barlow. She is described as having blue eyes and light hair and a large Roman nose, with a tall and angular figure, but of good physique. With physical strength was coupled a noble Christian character. Inherent fortitude, love of truth, and fidelity to the trusts God imposed upon her made her life an example to her descendants of martyr like devotion and heroism. During thirty years of wedded life she proved a faithful wife and helpmate and a devoted mother. Her daughters grew to womanhood, her sons to manhood, with minds and hearts guided in pure and religious paths, their bodies trained to all the arts of pioneer civilization. Her widowhood was passed partly on the old homestead, partly at her daughter Sarah's, at Sidney, and the last five or six years of her life on her son William's farm at Hamden Hill, where she occupied a little log cabin near his house, with her daughter Elizabeth as a companion. A few weeks before her death she attended church service in the schoolhouse. After her return home she referred to the passage of Scripture, " Cast thy bread upon the waters, it shall return to thee after many days." She said, " I have been gathering some of that bread. I've had a feast to day." She probably referred to the fact that at a recent religious revival two of her grandchildren, Matilda and David Barlow, were converted. While making preparations to attend a dinner at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Miles Beers, on New Year's Day, Jan. 1, 1831, she was suddenly taken ill and expired. Having lived until the ripe old age of 86 years, she died loved and bereaved by all."

Jonathan Barlow died September 18, 1804 at 11 o'clock at night in the 56th year of his age

Children of JONATHAN BARLOW and PLAIN ROGERS are:

i.
ELIZABETH2 BARLOW
b. 22 May 1777, Westcock, Sackville Township, New Brunswick, British North America, d. Abt. 1831
"Second Gen ELIZABETH2 BARLOW, first child of Jonathan' and Plain (Rogers) Barlow, was born in Westcock, May 22, 1777. Her early life has already been described. She especially excelled in spinning. Some fine specimens of linen, her handiwork, are now in the possession of her namesake, Elizabeth Robertson. Remaining single, her life was devotedly given to her mother's assistance until 1803, when her sister Deborah married and moved to Pike, N. Y. Elizabeth went with her and found a welcome home for many years. Returning to Delaware Co. about 1827, she lived with her mother on the farm of William Barlow, at Hamden Hill. Here she remained until her mother's death, and then returned to the home of her sister Deborah. Her death is given as occurring in 1830 or 1831, probably the latter. She left some little mementoes which are highly cherished by those now possessing them. She seems to have been greatly beloved for her goodness of heart and Christian virtues.
I insert a copy of a letter to Rachel Barlow, the eldest daughter of William Barlow, then living at Hamden Hill, Delaware Co., N. Y.

PIKE, N.Y., Jan. 19, 1826.

DEAR NIECE : I received yours of Oct. 22. 1 was pleased to be informed of your health, also the health of your parents, brothers and sisters; but more pleased to find you persevering in walking the good and right way. When I think of you and the rest of my Christian friends in that Society, I almost want wings to fly and meet with you. I am deprived of some privileges, both spiritual and temporal, that I hope you enjoy, yet I have cause to bless the name of the Great I Am, that my strength has, in some measure been according to my day. I hope to see Zion arise in this place. There are a few that appear to be inquiring the way to Zion; I trust their faces are thitherward. Oh, that the Lord would pour down his Spirit upon this people, and cause wonders to be done in the name of the Holy Child Jesus ! I hope when you, my dear niece, address the throne of grace, you will remember your unworthy aunt and the rest of your friends in this place.
Fanny Robertson was married Dec. 25 to Mr. Silas Wheeler. Our friends here are all enjoying their usual health. I should be glad if you and your father and mother could make us a visit this winter, or any others of your brothers or sisters.
Please write to me every opportunity. I intend to return to that place next fall if circumstances will admit. Give my love to all inquiring friends, particularly to those who are striving to enter in at the straight gate. Tell them I hope to meet them again in this world if my unprofitable life is spared; if not, I anticipate meeting them where congregations ne'er break up, and Sabbaths never end.
"Ye valiant souls, for Heaven contend; Remember glory is at the end."   ELIZABETH ROBERTSON.

RACHEL BARLOW.

The above evidences more than ordinary talent as a scholar, and a character thoroughly imbued with religious life and strength."
2 ii.
ANNA 'NANCY' BARLOW
b. 09 August 1778, Westcock, Sackville Township, New Brunswick, British North America
3 iii.
JOHN BARLOW
b. 09 January 1780, Westcock, Sackville Township, New Brunswick, British North America
d. 22 March 1866, South Walton, Delaware Co., N.Y.
4 iv.
WILLIAM BARLOW
b. 13 April 1782, Westcock, Sackville Township, New Brunswick, British North America
d. 27 February 1865, Hamden Hill
5 v.
DEBORAH BARLOW
b. 27 October 1784, Westcock, Sackville Township, New Brunswick, British North America
d. 17 July 1841, Pike, N.Y.
6 vi.
SARAH BARLOW
b. 07 March 1787, Westcock, Sackville Township, New Brunswick, British North America
d. 08 November 1874, Otego, Otsego Co., N.Y.
7 vii.
JONATHAN BARLOW
b. 25 January 1789, Westcock, Sackville, New Brunswick, British North America
d. 16 May 1852, Portage, Livingston Co., N.Y.
viii.

GEORGE BARLOW
b. 19 July 1791, Westcock, Sackville Township, New Brunswick, British North America.

2.
ANNA 'NANCY'2 BARLOW (JONATHAN1) was born 09 August 1778 in Westcock, Sackville Township, New Brunswick, British North America

She married JAMES ADAIR MURWIN Abt. 1796
"Second Gen. ANNA 2 (NANCY) BARLOW, 2nd child of Jonathan 1 and Plain (Rogers) Barlow, born Aug. 9, 1778. She lived with her parents until her marriage, and enjoyed the same advantages and training as her brothers and sisters. About 1796 she married Capt. James Adair Murwin, to whom she proved a devoted and faithful wife. After marriage they resided in Walton township (probably South Walton, called "The Den") until after their tenth child Gould Bradley, was born. They then moved to Sidney, Delaware Co., N. Y., where they remained until 1825, then moving to Hector, Thompkins Co., N. Y. Here they resided until the death of her husband, which occurred Oct. 10, 1831. Her son William then brought her and the younger children back to Walton, the children living with Eli Gould until they became of age. In 1837 Epephas moved to Trumbull, 0., taking his mother with him. Here she remained until her death by cancer, Sept. 4, 1838.

The photo at right, contributed by Marilyn Burdick was found behind a framed picture, on back of the photo is written "Miss Murwin". At the bottom of the photo, the photographers name, Taft, along with Glen Falls [Warren Co] NY appears.  Perhaps she is of this family.  If anyone can identify the photo, it would be most appreciated.  If interested in obtaining the original, contact Marilyn Burdick.

  Children of ANNA BARLOW and JAMES MURWIN are:
i.
CATIE3 MURWIN
ii.
JAMES MURWIN
iii.
JOHN MURWIN
8 iv.
EPAPHAS MURWIN b. 24 May 1797, South Walton, Delaware Co., N.Y.
d. 11 October 1872, Sodus, MI
9 v.
WILLIAM MURWIN b. 21 October 1798, South Walton, Delaware Co., N.Y.
d. 15 October 1870, South Walton, Delaware Co., N.Y.
10 vi.
JONATHAN BARLOW MURWIN b. 1801, South Walton, Delaware Co., N.Y.
d. 07 June 1863, Sydney, N.Y.
11 vii.
CATIE (2) MURWIN b. 25 January 1808, South Walton, Delaware Co., N.Y.
12 viii.
GEORGE MURWIN b. 19 August 1813, South Walton, Delaware Co., N.Y.
d. 25 August 1876, Fulton, Rock Co., WI.
13 ix.
MARY ANN MURWIN b. 09 April 1815, South Walton, Delaware Co., N.Y.
14 x.
GOULD BRADLEY MURWIN b. 25 January 1819, South Walton, Delaware Co., N.Y.
15 xi.
JAMES ADAIR MURWIN b. Abt. 1822, Sidney, Delaware Co., N.Y.
xii.
THOMAS JEFFERSON MURWIN b. 22 March 1825, Sydney, Delaware Co., N.Y.
d. 30 July 1860, Trumbull, Ashtabula Co., OH
m. ELSINA WAIT, 17 June 1847

 

Generation No. 2

 

3.

JOHN2 BARLOW (JONATHAN1) was born 09 January 1780 in Westcock, Sackville Township, New Brunswick, British North America, and died 22 March 1866 in South Walton, Delaware Co., N.Y.

He married DEBORAH NICHOLS February 1811, daughter of DANIEL NICHOLS and ELIZABETH BANKS

Children of JOHN BARLOW and DEBORAH NICHOLS are:

16 i.
JOSEPH3 BARLOW b. 30 November 1811, South Walton, Delaware Co., N.Y.
d. 16 April 1873, South Walton, Delaware Co., N.Y.
ii.
JONATHAN BARLOW b. 03 November 1813, South Walton, Delaware Co., N.Y.
iii.
JOHN BARLOW b. 31 January 1816
17 iv.
MELISSA BARLOW b. 10 August 1817, South Walton, Delaware Co., N.Y.
v.
DEWITT BARLOW b. 14 July 1827, South Walton, Delaware Co., N.Y.
d. 16 August 1862, Delhi
18 vi.
DARIUS BARLOW b. 02 June 1830, South Walton, Delaware Co., N.Y.
19 vii.
PETER BARLOW b. 12 April 1832, South Walton, Delaware Co., N.Y.
4.

WILLIAM2 BARLOW (JONATHAN1) was born 13 April 1782 in Westcock, Sackville Township, New Brunswick, British North America, and died 27 February 1865 in Hamden Hill

He married ABIGAIL ROBERTSON 1801, daughter of DANIEL ROBERTSON and ESTHER NICHOLS

Children of WILLIAM BARLOW and ABIGAIL ROBERTSON are:

20 i.
RACHEL3 BARLOW b. 20 January 1802, Hamden Hill, Delaware Co., N.Y.
d. 14 February 1864, Brayton, Audubon Co., IA.
ii.
MATILDA BARLOW b. 28 April 1804
21 iii.
WILLIAM BARLOW b. 14 April 1807, Hamden Hill, Delaware Co., N.Y.
d. 05 July 1839, Gulf of Mexico
22 iv.
SYLVIA BARLOW b. 02 April 1809, Hamden Hill, Delaware Co., N.Y.
d. 13 December 1831, Neversink, Ulster Co., N.Y.
23 v.
JONATHAN BARLOW b. 16 April 1811, Hamden Hill, Delaware Co., N.Y.
d. 28 March 1847, Haverstraw, Rockland Co., N.Y.
vi.
DAVID BARLOW b. 08 October 1813, Hamden Hill, Delaware Co., N.Y.
24 vii.
MATILDA (2) BARLOW b. 20 October 1815, Hamden Hill, Delaware Co., N.Y.
d. 16 September 1840
viii.
JAMES ROGERS BARLOW b. 09 May 1818, Hamden Hill, Delaware Co., N.Y.
d. 14 October 1832, Hamden Hill
ix.
GEORGE BARLOW b. 30 June 1820, Hamden Hill, Delaware Co., N.Y.
d. 03 June 1840, Hamden Hill
25 x.
EMILY MARIA BARLOW b. 15 February 1828, Hamden Hill, Delaware Co., N.Y.
d. 14 March 1853, Hamden Hill
5.
DEBORAH2 BARLOW (JONATHAN1) was born 27 October 1784 in Westcock, Sackville Township, New Brunswick, British North America, and died 17 July 1841 in Pike, N.Y.

She married WHEELER ROBERTSON Abt. 1803, son of DANIEL ROBERTSON and ESTHER NICHOLS

Children of DEBORAH BARLOW and WHEELER ROBERTSON are:

i.
INFANT3 ROBERTSON
26 ii.
JOHN ROBERTSON b. 04 August 1805, Walton Township, Delaware Co., N.Y.
d. 04 February 1884, Girard, Erie Co., PA.
27 iii.
FANNY ROBERTSON b. 26 December 1806, Walton Township, Delaware Co., N.Y.
d. 19 December 1865, Girard, Erie Co., PA.
28 iv.
ESTHER ROBERTSON b. 11 April 1808, South Walton, Delaware Co., N.Y.
d. 07 March 1869, Rochester, N.Y.
v.
MATILDA ROBERTSON b. 04 September 1809, Walton Township, Delaware Co., N.Y.
d. 31 October 1888, Miles Grove, PA.
29 vi.
LUCY ANN ROBERTSON b. 25 February 1811, South Walton, Delaware Co., N.Y.
d. 01 October 1889, Girard, Erie Co., PA.
vii.
ELIZABETH ROBERTSON b. 10 November 1818, Pike, N.Y.
30 viii.
JONATHAN BARLOW ROBERTSON b. 08 April 1823, Pike, Wyoming Co., N.Y.
31 ix.
DANIEL WHEELER ROBERTSON b. 08 April 1823, Pike, Wyoming Co., N.Y.
d. 15 July 1875
x.
CHARLES WESLEY ROBERTSON b. 11 July 1825 - d. Abt. 12 October 1827
32 xi.
CATHARINE OLIVIA ROBERTSON b. 03 March 1827, Pike, Wyoming Co., N.Y.
xii.
MERIVA AMELIA ROBERTSON
b. 30 May 1830, East Koy, Township of Pike, Wyoming Co., N.Y.
d. 12 March 1890, Miles Grove, Erie Co., PA
m. 1) CHESTER GARDNER HOWARD, 24 October 1850
m. 2) WILLIAM A. SEELY, 24 March 1868 Methodist Episcopal Church Attica N.Y.
6.

SARAH2 BARLOW (JONATHAN1) was born 07 March 1787 in Westcock, Sackville Township, New Brunswick, British North America, and died 08 November 1874 in Otego, Otsego Co., N.Y.

She married JOSIAH CHASE 17 February 1814 in South Walton, Delaware Co., N.Y.

In the old Bible Sarah's birth month is March. The family has it April Town records of Sutton have Josiah's birth date 30th. He's buried at Otego, N.Y.

Children of SARAH BARLOW and JOSIAH CHASE are:

i.
TEMPERANCE3 CHASE b. 20 November 1814, Sidney, Delaware Co., N.Y.
d. 19 September 1886, Otego, Otsego Co., N.Y.
33 ii.
GEORGE BARLOW CHASE b. 28 April 1816, Sidney, Delaware Co., N.Y.
34 iii.
LUCIUS CHASE b. 25 July 1818, Sidney, Delaware Co., N.Y.
iv.
WHITFIELD CHASE b. 09 November 1820, Sidney, Delaware Co., N.Y.
v.
ELVIRA FLAVIA CHASE b. 05 June 1823, Sidney, Delaware Co., N.Y.
35 vi.
MARY LOUISA CHASE b. 26 January 1826, Sidney, Delaware Co., N.Y.
36 vii.
HARRIET ADELINE CHASE b. 25 December 1828, Sidney, Delaware Co., N.Y.
7.

JONATHAN2 BARLOW (JONATHAN1) was born 25 January 1789 in Westcock, Sackville, New Brunswick, British North America, and died 16 May 1852 in Portage, Livingston Co., N.Y.

He married 1) OLIVE GEER 09 February 1814 in Delaware Co., New York

He married 2) ANER 'SPRAGUE' PRICE 29 December 1837

JONATHAN BARLOW:
His early life was spent on his father's farm, a life of useful industry. Although his father died when he was but 15 years of age, he probably remained at home with his mother (his brother John taking charge of he farm) until his marriage. He served his country in the War of 1812 it is thought with rank of captain. For this service his second wife, then his widow, received 120 acres bounty land, but was refused a pension, as she was not his first wife.

Some five years after his first marriage he moved to what was then a part of Allegany Co., NY but now Wyoming Co., living in Pike Township; also in Hume and Portageville. He was at one time in comfortable circumstances, but undertaking to control too extensive a farm for his means, he became financially embarassed. His creditors took advantage of it and, as his daughter Mary thinks, wronged him out of his property. Jonathan had arranged with friendly parties to take up the small mortgage, but on the assurance of the holders that "they did not want the money and would not disturb him," he allowed the obligation to become due without any provision to meet it.

The holders took immediate possession, and turned Jonathan and his family out of doors. He remained a poor man ever afterward, and could never pass his old home without dropping his head in apparent sorrowful thoughts of his misfortune. He was considered an able man, of good judgment; was very industrious and always good natured --- perhaps a little too socially fond of "the cup that cheers but inebriates" for his own good. This was his only fault; he never used tobacco, and was never known to use profane language.

Jonathan Barlow married, February 09, 1814, in Delaware Co., N.Y. Olive Geer, born October 09, 1796, in Delaware Co., N.Y.; she died May 25, 1836; buried at Patchen's Corners, Pike Township, N.Y.

Olive was a member of the Baptist Church, and a devoted wife and mother.

Jonathan Barlow married -2nd wife-, December 29, 1837, Aner Price, widow, maiden name -Sprague - she had a son, Samuel Price, who was living, 1886, at Richmond, Kalamazoo Co Michigan.

Aner was born February 20, 1796, in Dutchess Co., N.Y. died October 05, 1872, in Township of Genesee Falls, Wyoming Co., N.Y. remains interred beside those of her first husband.

Jonathan Barlow died in Portage, Livingston Co, N.Y. May 16, 1852, buried at Patchen's Corners, Township of Pike, N.Y.

Children of JONATHAN BARLOW and OLIVE GEER are:

37 i.
STEPHEN C.3 BARLOW b. 12 March 1815, Pike Township, Allegany Co., N.Y.
d. 13 August 1843, Iowa
ii.
ALVIRA BARLOW
b. 20 June 1816, Pike Township, Allegany Co., New York
d. 25 September 1818, Pike Township, Allegany Co., New York
iii.
MARILLA MARIETT BARLOW b. 10 December 1817, Pike Township, Allegany Co., NY
d. 13 September 1843
38 iv.
GEORGE W. BARLOW b. 17 August 1819, Pike Township, Allegany Co., New York
d. 08 August 1888, Soldiers Grove, Crawford County, Wisconsin
v.
ANGELINE BARLOW b. 04 June 1821, Hume, New York
m. THOMAS STARKWEATHER, 30 December 1835 Pike Township, Allegany Co., NY
vi.
MARY ELIZABETH BARLOW b. 13 June 1823, Hume, Alleghany Co., N.Y.
d. 30 August 1888, Andersonville, Ross Co., OH
m. MORDECAI LANGDON
vii.
JONATHAN BARLOW b. 12 February 1825, Hume, Alleghany Co., N.Y.
d. 14 October 1826, Hume,Alleghany Co., N.Y.
viii.
NORMAN BARLOW b. 21 July 1826, Hume, Alleghany Co., N.Y.
ix.
OLIVE BARLOW b. 27 August 1828, Hume, Alleghany Co., N.Y.
m. ORANGE G. HOLMES, 15 May 1851
x.
SARAH JANE BARLOW b. 03 August 1830, Hume, Alleghany Co., N.Y. - d. 29 May 1859
m. WILLIAM JENNINGS, 21 May 1852
xi.
EMILINE BARLOW b. 13 April 1832, Hume, Alleghany Co., N.Y.
m. HENRY S. LEIGHTON, 28 September 1852, Portville, Cattaraugus Co., N.Y.
xii.
ANDREW JACKSON BARLOW b. 30 August 1834, Hume, Alleghany Co., N.Y.
d. 12 May 1887, Chillicothe, Ohio of lung disease
m. CATHERINE SNYDER, 30 November 1864, Chillicothe, Ohio

Generation No. 3

8.

EPAPHAS3 MURWIN (ANNA2 BARLOW, JONATHAN1) was born 24 May 1797 in South Walton, Delaware Co., N.Y., and died 11 October 1872 in Sodus, Michigan

He married REBECCA BENNETT 17 February 1827 in Tompkins, Delaware Co. N.Y., daughter of JOSEPH BENNETT

At the age of 16 he enlisted, as a substitute for Joseph Wall, in Dennis and Davis's Company, and served three months in the War of 1812, being stationed in New York City.

He is interred in Bethel Church Cemetery.

Children of EPAPHAS MURWIN and REBECCA BENNETT are:

39 i.
GEORGE W.4 MURWIN b. 06 August 1829, Tompkins, Delaware Co., N.Y.
ii.
SALLY JENNIE MURWIN b. 07 March 1833, Tompkins, Delaware Co., N.Y.
d. 18 June 1851, Saybrook, Ohio
9.

WILLIAM3 MURWIN (ANNA2 BARLOW, JONATHAN1) was born 21 October 1798 in South Walton, Delaware Co., N.Y., and died 15 October 1870 in South Walton, Delaware Co., N.Y.

He married MARIA GOULD 29 May 1822 in South Walton, Delaware Co., N.Y.

Children of WILLIAM MURWIN and MARIA GOULD are:

40 i.
SAMUEL BURR MURWIN4/MERWIN
b. 21 June 1827, Pineville, township of Walton, Delaware Co., N.Y.
41 ii.
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN MURWIN/MERWIN
b. 01 July 1831, Pineville, Township of Walton, Delaware Co., N.Y.
42 iii.
CAROLINE M. A. MURWIN/MERWIN
b. 05 July 1833, Pineville, township of Walton, Delaware Co., N.Y.
43 iv.
JOHN R. MURWIN/MERWIN
b. 14 January 1836, Pineville, Township of Walton, Delaware Co., N.Y.
v.
WILLIAM MURWIN/MERWIN b. 03 April 1838 - d. 08 April 1838
vi.
LOUISA MURWIN/MERWIN b. 23 August 1840 - d. 10 October 1872
10.

JONATHAN BARLOW3 MURWIN (ANNA2 BARLOW, JONATHAN1) was born 1801 in South Walton, Delaware Co., N.Y., and died 07 June 1863 in Sydney, N.Y.

He married HARRIET CARLEY

Children of JONATHAN MURWIN and HARRIET CARLEY are:

i.
MILTON4 MURWIN b. 20 December 1828, Sydney, Delaware Co., N.Y.
44 ii.
HENRY L. MURWIN/MERWIN b. 02 March 1841, Tioga Co., N.Y.
iii.
AUSTIN L. MURWIN/MERWIN b. 02 April 1844, Sydney, Delaware Co., N.Y.
d. 07 April 1865
11.

CATIE (2)3 MURWIN (ANNA2 BARLOW, JONATHAN1) was born 25 January 1808 in South Walton, Delaware Co., N.Y.

She married RUBEN POOLER 16 September 1832 in Hector, N.Y.

Children of CATIE MURWIN and RUBEN POOLER are:

45 i.
ALMIRA4 POOLER b. 03 January 1834, Trumbull, Ashtabula Co., Ohio
ii.
OTIS H. POOLER b. 15 December 1834 - d. 15 January 1835
iii.
OLIVER POOLER b. 15 December 1834 - d. 28 January 1835
iv.
MARY ANN POOLER b. 26 January 1838 - d. 25 September 1844
v.
JAMES A. POOLER b. 25 September 1840 - d. 25 September 1840
vi.
OTIS E. POOLER b. 26 March 1846, Morgan Township, Ohio
vii.
WILLIAM POOLER b. 20 February 1847 - d. 26 February 1847
viii.
MARY E. POOLER b. 18 February 1849 - d. 26 August 1849
46 ix.
GEORGE BARLOW POOLER b. 22 March 1851, Unionville, Ohio
x.
EFFIE S. POOLER b. 13 April 1853, Unionville, Ohio
m. FRANK A. PRATT, 25 August 1875, Harpersfield, Ohio
12.

GEORGE3 MURWIN (ANNA2 BARLOW, JONATHAN1) was born 19 August 1813 in South Walton, Delaware Co., N.Y., and died 25 August 1876 in Fulton, Rock Co Wisconsin

He married MELINDA LAMMAN 09 June 1836 in Pennsylvania, daughter of EZEKIEL LAMMAN and SOPHIA BILLS.

He always gave his children particular instructions to spell their name with a u

Children of GEORGE MURWIN and MELINDA LAMMAN are:

47 i.
MARIA S.4 MURWIN b. 13 March 1837, Trumbull, Ashtabula Co., Ohio
48 ii.
OLIVER MURWIN b. 09 May 1838, Rome, Ashtabula Co., Ohio
iii.
GEORGE MURWIN, JR. b. 04 July 1843, Garrettsville, Ohio
m. MARY HUNTLEY, March 1878, Minnesota
13.

MARY ANN3 MURWIN (ANNA2 BARLOW, JONATHAN1) was born 09 April 1815 in South Walton, Delaware Co., N.Y.

She married PHINEAS POOLER 27 December 1835 in East Trumbull, Ohio

Children of MARY MURWIN and PHINEAS POOLER are:

i.
CHARLES4 POOLER b. Bef. 1839 Lived 11 years. Killed by lightning
49 ii.
FANNIE M. POOLER b. 02 January 1839, Hart's Grove, Ashtabula Co., Ohio
50 iii.
RUBEN H. POOLER b. 01 February 1845, East Trumbull, Ohio
iv.
ADELAIDE A. POOLER b. 28 August 1847, East Trumbull, Ohio
51 v.
CHARLES EUGENE POOLER b. 02 April 1850, Unionville, Ohio
14.

GOULD BRADLEY3 MURWIN (ANNA2 BARLOW, JONATHAN1) was born 25 January 1819 in South Walton, Delaware Co., N.Y.

He married AMANDA E. UDALL 19 August 1847 in Drakeburg, Portage Co Ohio

Child of GOULD MURWIN and AMANDA UDALL is:

52 i.
HERBERT BRADLEY4 MURWIN b. 07 August 1859
15.

JAMES ADAIR3 MURWIN (ANNA2 BARLOW, JONATHAN1) was born Abt. 1822 in Sidney, Delaware Co., N.Y.

He married 1) ELIZA FULLER Abt. 1846 He married 2) JANE POPE Aft. 1862

Children of JAMES MURWIN and ELIZA FULLER are:

i.
KATY4 MURWIN Died in infancy
ii.
DANIEL MURWIN Died in infancy Fulton, Rock Co., Wisconsin
53 iii.
ABBY MURWIN b. 13 July 1854, Fulton, Rock Co., Wisconsin
54 iv.
ROBERT MURWIN b. 20 March 1853, Fulton, Rock Co., Wisconsin

Children of JAMES MURWIN and JANE POPE are:

v.
ADELBERT4 MURWIN b. 1864, Fulton, Rock Co., Wisconsin
vii.
ORCELA MURWIN b. Abt. 1866, Fulton, Rock Co., Wisconsin

From the research of Jill Nick, a descendent of:
Isaac Gottlieb Starkweather and his second wife Ann Janet Downing.

"I would love to be in contact with the descendants from Isaac's first marriage and would appreciate the opportunity to exchange information with them".

Jill Nick

iii. MARILLA MARIETT BARLOW
b. 10 December 1817, Pike Township, Allegany Co., New York - d. 13 September 1843
Marilla Mariett Barlow married Isaac Gottlieb Starkweather b. March 4, 1816, d. March 16, 1897.

They had three children:

Emmeline Starkweather married Charles Colburn. (Source: Ashtabula County Marriages Book)

Emerettte Starkweather married Reuben Knox. (Source: Ashtabula County Marriages Book)

Henry Harrison Starkweather, b. February 22, 1840, d. November 2, 1906; married Sarah Marie Johnson.

The source for part of the above information is the book -
History of Ashtabula County Ohio by Monica Large, Volume 1, 1924; p. 537-542

16.
JOSEPH3 BARLOW (JOHN2, JONATHAN1) was born 30 November 1811 in South Walton, Delaware Co., N.Y., and died 16 April 1873 in South Walton, Delaware Co., N.Y

He married 1) PENINAH WAKEMAN 12 March 1838     He married 2) SARAH WILLIAMS 22 December 1864

Children of JOSEPH BARLOW and PENINAH WAKEMAN are:

i.
MELISSA J.4 BARLOW b. 05 December 1843
55 ii.
JOHN Q. BARLOW b. 23 February 1847, Lummis, Delaware Co., N.Y.
iii.
BEULAH BARLOW b. 08 October 1849
iv.
CAMILLA BARLOW b. 21 April 1851

Child of JOSEPH BARLOW and SARAH WILLIAMS is:

v.
CLARA BELL4 BARLOW b. 08 October 1867, South Walton, Delaware Co., N.Y.
m. AMBROSE JAYCOX, 13 November 1884
17.

MELISSA3 BARLOW (JOHN2, JONATHAN1) was born 10 August 1817 in South Walton, Delaware Co., N.Y.

She married JOSEPHUS LEWIS 22 June 1843 in South Walton, Delaware Co., N.Y.

Children of MELISSA BARLOW and JOSEPHUS LEWIS are:

i.
AMELIA4 LEWIS b. 21 October 1845, Hancock, Delaware Co., N.Y.
d. 27 November 1850
ii.
NORMAN LEWIS b. 13 February 1848, Hancock, Delaware Co., N.Y.
d. 14 February 1878, Hamblin, Iowa
iii.
HOMER LEWIS b. 12 December 1849, Hancock, Delaware Co., N.Y.
iv.
MINERVA LEWIS b. 11 August 1851, Hancock, Delaware Co., N.Y.
56 v.
DEWITT C. LEWIS b. 07 August 1853, Hancock, Delaware Co., N.Y.
57 vi.
ROSE LEWIS b. 14 October 1854, Hancock, Delaware Co., N.Y.
18.

DARIUS3 BARLOW (JOHN2, JONATHAN1) was born 02 June 1830 in South Walton, Delaware Co., N.Y.

He married CAROLINE M. BUCKBEE 18 February 1855, daughter of EZEKIEL BUCKBEE.

Child of DARIUS BARLOW and CAROLINE BUCKBEE is:

i.
GEORGE O.4 BARLOW b. 30 September 1868, Audubon, Audubon Co., Iowa
19.

PETER3 BARLOW (JOHN2, JONATHAN1) was born 12 April 1832 in South Walton, Delaware Co., N.Y.

He married 1) ABIGAIL J. BEERS 29 May 1861, daughter of NEIL BEERS

He married 2) POLLY E. BEERS 04 January 1876, daughter of HEZEKIAH BEERS

Children of PETER BARLOW and ABIGAIL BEERS are:

i.
DAISY D.4 BARLOW b. 05 March 1862, South Walton, Delaware Co., N.Y.
ii.
LILIAN C. BARLOW b. 05 June 1864, South Walton, Delaware Co., N.Y.
20.

RACHEL3 BARLOW (WILLIAM2, JONATHAN1) was born 20 January 1802 in Hamden Hill, Delaware Co., N.Y., and died 14 February 1864 in Brayton, Audubon Co., Iowa.

She married MILES BEERS 12 April 1827 in Hamden Hill, Delaware Co., N.Y., son of JARED BEERS and SARAH PARSONS

Children of RACHEL BARLOW and MILES BEERS are:

i.
JOHN W.4 BEERS b. 01 March 1830, Hamden Hill, Delaware Co., N.Y.
d. 18 February 1858, Lewis, Cass Co., Iowa
ii.
EMMA JANE BEERS b. 09 November 1836, Hamden Hill, Delaware Co., N.Y.
m. OLDAVID B. BEERS b. 20 September 1838, Hamden Hill, Delaware Co., N.Y.
Note from: Diana Alverson September 2001
-- Emma Jane Beers, dau of Miles Beers and Rachel Barlow, married Oliver Smith but I have no further information on him or any children of that union.--
58 iii.
DAVID B. BEERS b. 20 September 1838, Hamden Hill, Delaware Co., N.Y.
21.

WILLIAM3 BARLOW (WILLIAM2, JONATHAN1) was born 14 April 1807 in Hamden Hill, Delaware Co., N.Y., and died 05 July 1839 in Gulf of Mexico.

He married WILHELMINA COSGROVE 18 January 1832 in Haverstraw, Rockland Co., N.Y.

Child of WILLIAM BARLOW and WILHELMINA COSGROVE is:

59 i.
GEORGE4 BARLOW b. 24 October 1832, Haverstraw, Rockland Co., N.Y.
22.

SYLVIA3 BARLOW (WILLIAM2, JONATHAN1) was born 02 April 1809 in Hamden Hill, Delaware Co., N.Y., and died 13 December 1831 in Neversink, Ulster Co., N.Y.

She married HENRY BEERS Abt. 1827

Children of SYLVIA BARLOW and HENRY BEERS are:

i.
LAURA JANE4 BEERS b. Abt. 1828 - d. Abt. 1842
60 ii.
WILLIAM HENRY BEERS b. 28 February 1829 - d. 20 February 1865
23.

JONATHAN3 BARLOW (WILLIAM2, JONATHAN1) was born 16 April 1811 in Hamden Hill, Delaware Co., N.Y., and died 28 March 1847 in Haverstraw, Rockland Co., N.Y.

He married MELISSA GURNEE 25 April 1833

Children of JONATHAN BARLOW and MELISSA GURNEE are:

61 i.
HENRIETTA4 BARLOW b. 01 March 1834, Haverstraw, Rockland Co., N.Y.
d. 16 September 1866
62 ii.
WILLIAM HARVEY BARLOW b. 12 September 1836, Haverstraw, Rockland Co., N.Y.
63 iii.
SARAH JEANNETTE BARLOW b. 28 July 1840, Haverstraw, Rockland Co., N.Y.
24.

MATILDA (2)3, WILLIAM2, JONATHAN1) was born 20 October 1815 in Hamden Hill, Delaware Co., N.Y., and died 16 September 1840.

She married ROBERT LEAL Abt. 1837

Children of MATILDA BARLOW and ROBERT LEAL are:

i.
WILLIAM4 LEAL b. Abt. 1838
ii.
CHARLES LEAL b. Abt. 1840 - d. 1867
25.

EMILY MARIA3 BARLOW (WILLIAM2, JONATHAN1) was born 15 February 1828 in Hamden Hill, Delaware Co., N.Y., and died 14 March 1853 in Hamden Hill.

She married MORRIS EELS Abt. 1851

Child of EMILY BARLOW and MORRIS EELS is:

64 i.
GEORGE FREDERICK4 EELS b. 21 June 1852, Hamden Hill, Delaware Co., N.Y.
d. 1886, Concordia, Kansas
26.

JOHN3 ROBERTSON (DEBORAH2 BARLOW, JONATHAN1) was born 04 August 1805 in Walton Township, Delaware Co., N.Y., and died 04 February 1884 in Girard, Erie Co., Pennsylvania.

He married RUTH RICH 09 April 1834 in Portage, N.Y.

Children of JOHN ROBERTSON and RUTH RICH are:

i.
AMERICA4 ROBERTSON b. 09 March 1835, Hume, N.Y.
m. JOSEPH ROBINSON, 08 March 1854
65 ii.
BELVA ROBERTSON b. 26 August 1839, Hume, Alleghany Co., N.Y.
iii.
ISABELLE ROBERTSON b. 28 November 1842
m. AMERICUS V. SLUSSER, 30 January 1868, her first cousin
iv.
SILAS WHEELER ROBERTSON b. 18 May 1845
v.
WILLIAM M. ROBERTSON b. 22 September 1848
d. 21 December 1848
66 vi.
JOHN LEE ROBERTSON b. 03 September 1850
27.

FANNY3 ROBERTSON (DEBORAH2 BARLOW, JONATHAN1) was born 26 December 1806 in Walton Township, Delaware Co., N.Y., and died 19 December 1865 in Girard, Erie Co., Pennsylvania

She married SILAS WHEELER 25 December 1825.

They adopted Eunice Bennett

Child of FANNY ROBERTSON and SILAS WHEELER is:

i.
WHEELER4
28.

ESTHER3 ROBERTSON (DEBORAH2 BARLOW, JONATHAN1) was born 11 April 1808 in South Walton, Delaware Co., N.Y., and died 07 March 1869 in Rochester, N.Y.

She married JOSEPH EVEREST 05 March 1828 in Pike, N.Y., son of BENJAMIN EVEREST and BETSEY AXTELL

Both are interred in Mt. Hope Cemetery, Rochester, N.Y.

Children of ESTHER ROBERTSON and JOSEPH EVEREST are:

i.
ORILLA JEANETTE4 EVEREST b. 27 December 1828, Pike, N.Y.
d. 23 February 1829, Pike, N.Y.
67 ii.
HIRAM BOND EVEREST b. 11 April 1830, Pike, Wyoming Co., N.Y.
68 iii.
HORACE DURELLE EVEREST b. 24 November 1834, Middlebury, Wyoming Co., N.Y.
69 iv.
MARY E. EVEREST b. 20 July 1840, Middlebury, Wyoming Co., N.Y.
29.

LUCY ANN3 ROBERTSON (DEBORAH2 BARLOW, JONATHAN1) was born 25 February1811 in South Walton, Delaware Co., N.Y., and died 01 October 1889 in Girard, Erie Co., Pennsylvania

She married FRANCIS PORTER HOPKINS 10 April 1834

Children of LUCY ROBERTSON and FRANCIS HOPKINS are:

70 i.
ALFRED AMERICUS4 HOPKINS b. 09 March 1835, Pike, N.Y.
71 ii.
WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON HOPKINS b. 02 April 1838, Pike, N.Y.
72 iii.
LOUISE CATHARINE HOPKINS b. 27 December 1843, Pike, N.Y.
iv.
FRANK HOPKINS b. 04 May 1853, Girard, Erie Co., PA
m. RUBY TAYLOR
73 v.
LESLIE HOPKINS b. 25 December 1854, Girard, Erie Co., PA
30.

JONATHAN BARLOW3 ROBERTSON (DEBORAH2 BARLOW, JONATHAN1) was born 08 April 1823 in Pike, Wyoming Co., N.Y.

He married SARAH ELIZABETH PHELPS 08 October 1857 in Pike, N.Y., daughter of CHARLES PHELPS and MARGARET JORDAN

Children of JONATHAN ROBERTSON and SARAH PHELPS are:

i.
CHARLES CARLTON4 ROBERTSON, b. 20 September 1859, Girard, Erie Co., Pennsylvania
ii.
KATIE M. ROBERTSON, b. 14 September 1868, Girard, Erie Co., PA
m. C.P. GRAY
iii.
JULIA ROBERTSON b. 27 March 1870, Girard, Erie Co., PA
d. January 1871
31.

DANIEL WHEELER3 ROBERTSON (DEBORAH2 BARLOW, JONATHAN1) was born 08 April 1823 in Pike, Wyoming Co., N.Y., and died 15 July 1875.

He married 1) EMMA WATKINS Abt. 1848 He married 2) ADA 'SPRING' MEACHUM 20 September 1870

Children of DANIEL ROBERTSON and EMMA WATKINS are:

i.
MARION4 ROBERTSON b. 03 May 1849, East Koy, Township of Pike, Wyoming Co., N.Y.
m. GEORGE W. LEMON, 09 September 1885, Miles Grove, PA
ii.
JASPER ROBERTSON b. 28 February 1851, East Koy, Township of Pike, Wyoming Co., N.Y.
m. MARION ADELLE DELAND, 27 March 1877, Weltonville, Tioga Co., N.Y.
iii.
LIDA ROBERTSON b. 06 August 1859, East Koy, Township of Pike, Wyoming Co., N.Y.
d. 28 September 1865
32.

CATHARINE OLIVIA3 ROBERTSON (DEBORAH2 BARLOW, JONATHAN1) was born 03 March 1827 in Pike, Wyoming Co., N.Y.

She married FRANKLIN H. FISHER 01 March 1848 in Middlebury, Wyoming Co., N.Y., son of HARVEY FISHER and FANNY GOFF

Children of CATHARINE ROBERTSON and FRANKLIN FISHER are:

74 i.
MARIBA AMELIA4 FISHER b. 30 January 1849, Metomen, Wisconsin
ii.
FRANKLIN D. FISHER b. 20 June 1851, Buffalo, Wisconsin
d. 09 March 1873, Sherwood, Branch Co., Michigan
iii.
HIRAM EVEREST FISHER b. 26 March 1854, Buffalo, Wisconsin
d. 31 July 1860, Amboy Cemetery, Ashtabula Co., Ohio
iv.
SIDNEY C. FISHER b. 06 July 1864, Ohio
33.

GEORGE BARLOW3 CHASE (SARAH2 BARLOW, JONATHAN1) was born 28 April 1816 in Sidney, Delaware Co., N.Y.

He married JANE HUTCHINSON 04 September 1855.

Children of GEORGE CHASE and JANE HUTCHINSON are:

75 i.
WALTER EDWARD4 CHASE b. 15 July 1856, Scranton, Pennsylvania
ii.
ANNA EVELYNE CHASE b. 29 January 1859
iii.
DEWITT CLINTON CHASE b. 11 March 1861
iv.
HERBERT BRITTON CHASE b. 01 April 1863
v.
GEORGE WHITFIELD CHASE b. 12 September 1865
vi.
ARTHUR HUTCHINSON CHASE b. 18 November 1868
vii.
ROBERT ALLEN CHASE b. 19 July 1873
34.

LUCIUS3 CHASE (SARAH2 BARLOW, JONATHAN1) was born 25 July 1818 in Sidney, Delaware Co., N.Y.

He married MINERVA POTTER 07 September 1864

Children of LUCIUS CHASE and MINERVA POTTER are:

i.
FRANK4 CHASE b. 14 September 1865 - d. 15 December 1867
ii.
GEORGE GRANT CHASE b. 05 March 1867
iii.
ALBERT CHASE b. 16 June 1871
iv.
FREDERICK CHASE b. 16 October 1872
35.

MARY LOUISA3 CHASE (SARAH2 BARLOW, JONATHAN1) was born 26 January 1826 in Sidney, Delaware Co., N.Y.

She married JAMES R. SMITH 11 October 1853

Children of MARY CHASE and JAMES SMITH are:

i.
INFANT4 SMITH b. 10 July 1854 - d. 02 August 1854
ii.
WILLIAM SCOTT SMITH b. 12 June 1855
iii.
HOWARD JOSIAH SMITH b. 13 October 1860
iv.
SARAH BERTHA SMITH b. 30 May 1865 - d. 23 September 1866
36.

HARRIET ADELINE3 CHASE (SARAH2 BARLOW, JONATHAN1) was born 25 December 1828 in Sidney, Delaware Co., N.Y.

She married FORDYCE HUNTINGTON WATERBURY

Children of HARRIET CHASE and FORDYCE WATERBURY are:

i.
ALICE LECONA4 WATERBURY b. 21 October 1858, Buffalo Gove, Illinois
ii.
STELLA MAY WATERBURY b. 24 November 1859, Buffalo Gove, Illinois
76 iii.
EVA MARIA WATERBURY b. 24 November 1859, Buffalo Gove, Illinois
d. 19 October 1882
iv.
LESLIE CHASE WATERBURY b. 01 April 1861, Buffalo Gove, Illinois
37.

STEPHEN C.3 BARLOW (JONATHAN2, JONATHAN1) was born 12 March 1815 in Pike Township, Allegany Co., New York, and died 13 August 1843 in Iowa.

He married 1) ROSANDER VARNEY Abt. 1836

He married 2) MARY A. GREEN 01 September 1841 in Mill Grove, Washington Co., N.Y.

STEPHEN C. BARLOW: 1st child of Jonathan and Olive (Geer) Barlow, born March 12, 1815, in Delaware Co., NY. He was a blacksmith and gunsmith by trade and occupation. Resided in Mill Grove, Cataraugus Co., N.Y., for several years.

In 1843 he removed with his family to Richmond, Washington Co., IA., and was taken sick soon afterward. His brother George took care of him during this his last illness. He died August 13, 1843. His remains were the first interred in that place.

Stephen married, in 1836 or 1837, at Mill Grove, Cataraugus Co., New York Rosande Varney. She died, April 26, 1841.

Children of STEPHEN BARLOW and ROSANDER VARNEY are:

77 i.
OLIVE4 BARLOW b. 11 April 1839, Mill Grove, Cattaraugus Co., N.Y.
d. 10 July 1872, Sigourney, Iowa
78 ii.
DELPHA BARLOW b. 27 March 1840, Mill Grove, Cattaraugus Co., N.Y.

Children of STEPHEN BARLOW and MARY GREEN are:

79 iii.
EMILY ELIZABETH4 BARLOW b. 05 June 1842, Mill Grove, N.Y.
iv.
MARTHA JANE BARLOW b. 19 November 1843, Richmond, Iowa
38.

GEORGE W.3 BARLOW (JONATHAN2, JONATHAN1) was born 17 August 1819 in Pike Township, Allegany Co., New York, and died 08 August 1888 in Soldiers Grove, Crawford County, Wisconsin.

He married 1) LUCINDA PURRINGTON in New York

He married 2) LOUISA RICE 09 May 1856

Child of GEORGE BARLOW and LUCINDA PURRINGTON is:

i.
GEORGE H.4 BARLOW b. 27 June 1849

Children of GEORGE BARLOW and LOUISA RICE are:

80 ii.
NORMAN4 BARLOW b. 19 March 1857, Clayton, Crawford Co., Wisconsin
d. 02 October 1944, Soldiers Grove, Crawford Co., Wisconsin
iii.
ELANORA BARLOW b. 07 September 1861 - d. 07 June 1881
Elanora is buried in the Yankeetown Cemetery
iv.
CORA LEONA BARLOW b. 06 June 1866, Wisconsin
81 v.
ANDREW BARLOW b. 07 October 1875, Wisconsin
39.

GEORGE W.4 MURWIN (EPAPHAS3, ANNA (NANCY)2 BARLOW, JONATHAN1) was born 06 August 1829 in Tompkins, Delaware Co., N.Y.

He married WELTHE A. CONVERSE 06 February 1854 in Ashtabula, Ohio, daughter of DAVID CONVERSE and HARMONY BELL

Children of GEORGE MURWIN and WELTHE CONVERSE are:

i.
BERTHA5 MURWIN
ii.
FLORA MURWIN
iii.
GRACIE MURWIN
iv.
ELSIE MURWIN b. 29 September 1856, Saybrook, Ohio
m. GEORGE W. CULP
v.
MILFRED MURWIN b. 01 August 1858, Saybrook, Ohio
m. JESSIE A. MILLER, 24 December 1889
vi.
FRANKIE MURWIN b. 12 April 1861, Saybrook, Ohio
d. 28 August 1861, Saybrook, Ohio
vii.
SALLY JENNIE MURWIN  b. 06 October 1864, Royalton, Michigan
m. ALONZO R. SMITH, 08 August 1887, St. Joseph, Berrien Co., Michigan
viii.
HARRIET MURWIN b. 26 August 1876, Royalton
40.

SAMUEL BURR MURWIN4/MERWIN (WILLIAM3 MURWIN, ANNA 2 BARLOW, JONATHAN1) was born 21 June 1827 in Pineville, township of Walton, Delaware Co., N.Y.

He married ELIZABETH PATCHEN 25 December 1859 in Christ Church, Walton Village

Child of SAMUEL MERWIN and ELIZABETH PATCHEN is:

i.
UNKNOWN CHILD5  b. 13 June 1861  d. 16 September 1862
41.

BENJAMIN FRANKLIN MURWIN4 (WILLIAM3 MURWIN, ANNA 2 BARLOW, JONATHAN1) was born 01 July 1831 in Pineville, township of Walton, Delaware Co., N.Y.

He married SARAH A. WASHBURN 05 May 1860 in St. John's Church, Delhi, Delaware Co., N.Y.

Children of BENJAMIN MERWIN and SARAH WASHBURN are:

i.
JULIA E. MURWIN5/MERWIN b. 05 March 1861, Walton; d. 18 May 1862
ii.
MINNIE U. MERWIN b. 26 June 1862, Walton, Delaware Co., N.Y.
42.

CAROLINE M. A. MURWIN4/MERWIN  (WILLIAM3 MURWIN, ANNA2 BARLOW, JONATHAN1) was born 05 July 1833 in Pineville, township of Walton, Delaware Co., N.Y.

She married GREEN CHASE 07 May 1865 in Hamden, Delaware Co., N.Y.

Children of CAROLINE MERWIN and GREEN CHASE are:

i.
WILLIAM G.5 CHASE b. 29 April 1866
ii.
FRANK C. CHASE b. 19 November 1868 d. 20 August 1871
iii.
MARY J. CHASE b. 14 August 1871
iv.
WALTER Y. CHASE b. 21 May 1874
v.
ABRAHAM B. CHASE b. 23 September 1877
43.

JOHN R. MURWIN4/MERWIN (WILLIAM3 MURWIN, ANNA2 BARLOW, JONATHAN1) was born 14 January 1836 in Pineville, township of Walton, Delaware Co., N.Y.

He married LAVINIA FRANCISCO 10 March 1870 in Cannonsville, Tompkins Co., N.Y.

Child of JOHN MERWIN and LAVINIA FRANCISCO is:

i.
LILLIE AMELIA5 MERWIN b. 22 July 1871
44.

HENRY L. MURWIN4/MERWIN (JONATHAN BARLOW3 MURWIN, ANNA2 BARLOW, JONATHAN1) was born 02 March 1841 in Tioga Co., N.Y.

He married SARAH E. BIDWELL 14 September 1867, daughter of URI BIDWELL and MALVINA SPENCER

Children of HENRY MERWIN and SARAH BIDWELL are:

i.
WILLIAM H. MURWIN5/MERWIN b. 06 September 1868
ii.
HATTIE MURWIN/MERWIN b. 03 May 1872
iii.
CAROLINE MURWIN/MERWIN b. 03 July 1874
iv.
MARY M. MURWIN/MERWIN b. 30 May 1880
45.

ALMIRA4 POOLER (CATIE (2)3 MURWIN, ANNA2 BARLOW, JONATHAN1) was born 03 January 1834 in Trumbull, Ashtabula Co., Ohio

She married LUCIUS GALE 10 September 1851 in Unionville, Ohio son of JOHN GALE and MEHITABLE FRISBIE

Children of ALMIRA POOLER and LUCIUS GALE are:

i.
LILIAN EVY5 GALE b. 17 December 1852, Madison, Lake Co., Ohio
ii.
CATY ERMINIE GALE b. 09 October 1862, Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin
46.

GEORGE BARLOW4 POOLER (CATIE (2)3 MURWIN, ANNA2 BARLOW, JONATHAN1) was born 22 March 1851 in Unionville, Ohio

He married ELIZABETH C. CRAIG 17 December 1872 in Unionville, Ohio, daughter of JOHN CRAIG and ONER LARABEE

Child of GEORGE POOLER and ELIZABETH CRAIG is:

i.
GRACE ONER5 POOLER b. 13 July 1880
47.

MARIA S.4 MURWIN (GEORGE3, ANNA2 BARLOW, JONATHAN1) was born 13 March 1837 in Trumbull, Ashtabula Co., Ohio

She married JAMES CLARK DROWN 15 August 1855 in Ravenna, Portage Co., Ohio, son of HIRAM DROWN and SUSAN STINSON

Child of MARIA MURWIN and JAMES DROWN is:

i.
ROSE M.5 DROWN b. 11 December 1864, Fulton, Rock Co., Wisconsin
52.
HERBERT BRADLEY4 MURWIN (GOULD BRADLEY3, ANNA2 BARLOW, JONATHAN1) was born 07 August 1859

He married FLORA B. WELLS 13 October 1880

Child of HERBERT MURWIN and FLORA WELLS is:

i.
CLARENCE WELLS5 MURWIN b. 03 April 1886
53.

ROBERT4 MURWIN (JAMES ADAIR3, ANNA2 BARLOW, JONATHAN1) was born 20 March 1853 in Fulton, Rock Co., Wisconsin.

He married REBECCA STEWART 26 May 1877 in Albany, Green Co., Wisconsin, daughter of JAMES STEWART and MARY

Children of ROBERT MURWIN and REBECCA STEWART are:

i.
JAMES5 MURWIN b. 13 July 1880, Fulton, Rock Co., Wisconsin
ii.
CHARLES MURWIN b. 05 November 1882, Fulton, Rock Co., Wisconsin
54.

ABBY4 MURWIN (JAMES ADAIR3, ANNA2 BARLOW, JONATHAN1) was born 13 July 1854 in Fulton, Rock Co., Wisconsin.

She married WARREN HOAGUE 13 May 1874 in Fulton, Rock Co., Wisconsin

Children of ABBY MURWIN and WARREN HOAGUE are:

i.
ETTA5 HOAGUE
ii.
JAMES HOAGUE

55.

JOHN QUINCY4 BARLOW (JOSEPH3, JOHN2, JONATHAN1) was born 23 February 1847 in Lummis, Delaware Co., N.Y., and died Matrch 29, 1924 in Walton, Delaware Co N.Y.    Occupation is farmer and businessman.

He married (1) SUSAN LOIS ARMSTRONG 31 October 1876

He married (2) ELLEN MARIA EELS 21 December 1881, daughter of STEPHEN EELS and MARY MARVIN                 Click on image to view full size

John Quincy Barlow

John wrote some great speeches on cigarette smoking, and on farming, and life.  Click on links to read them.

"John Quincy Barlow passed away Saturday noon, March 29, at his home on Sawyer Place, Walton. Mr Barlow had not been in good health for some time and for the past five weeks had been critically ill with heart trouble. The end came quietly and peacefully.

Mr. Barlow was 77 years of age. He was born February 23, 1847, on the Wakeman homestead, Third Brook, the son of Joseph and Peninah Wakeman Barlow. He received his education in the Walton Academy and purposed to enter Amherst College for the study of the ministry, but because of the illness of his father he gave up this ambition and went to the Barlow homestead farm below Beerston. His forefathers had cleared this farm from the wilderness and he was the fourth generation to come into its ownership.

Mr. Barlow was for seven years associated with A.D. Peake in the novelty works in Walton during which period the family resided in the village. Later he returned to the farm and conducted it until six years ago when he sold the property and bought a home in Walton.

Mr. Barlow was married October 31, 1876, to Susan Lois Armstrong, who died March 16, 1880, leaving no children. On December 21, 1881, Mr. Barlow married Ellen Maria Eells, who has been a devoted helpmate in the years that have since passed. Three sons also survive, William Marvin Barlow, head of the department of modern languages in the Curtis High School, Staten Island; Joseph W. Barlow, of Orange, N.J., assistant professor of Spanish in New York university; and John Alan Barlow at home.

Mr. Barlow was a lover of the soil and in any movement for the betterment of farming conditions he was a leader. His long and useful life embraced scores of activities in causes for farm and community betterment. For some thirty years he was secretary of the Delaware County Patrons and Farmers Fire Relief association and for the past ten years its treasurer. He served on the executive committee of the state grange for some years. He was active in Farm Bureau work and for sixteen years he had been the official government weather observer in this vicinity.

Forced by circumstances to give up his ambition to enter the ministry Mr. Barlow carried into his everyday life the ideals of Christ which he would have preached. He was a deacon in the Congregational church and had served as superintendant of the Sunday school. Some ten years ago he was the leader in the building of the Presbyterian church at Beerston and was ruling elder of the congregation until after he retired and moved to Walton.

The funeral service was held Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Congregational church, the pastor, Rev. Stanley U. North, officiating."

Children of JOHN BARLOW and ELLEN EELS are:

i.

WILLIAM MARVIN5 BARLOW b. 22 May 1883, Walton Village, Delaware Co., N.Y.

See his son:  Theodore Gibbs Barlow (Feb 25, 1920 - Nov 19, 1993)

ii.

JOSEPH W. BARLOW b. 23 October 1884, Walton Village, Delaware Co., N.Y., and died April 18, 1856 in Flemington, N.J.

New York Times, April 19, 1956

JOSEPH BARLOW, 71, EDUCATOR, AUTHOR
Special to the New York Times


FLEMINGTON, N.J. April 18 -- Joseph W. Barlow of Flemington, former chairman of the New York University Spanish Department, died yesterday at Hunterdon Medical Center. His age was 71.

Mr. Barlow served as professor of Spanish at the university from 1919 to 1950. He was born at Walton, N.Y. and attended Poughkeepsie Business College for several years before graduating from N.Y.U.

An extensive traveler in Spain, Mr. Barlow was the author of numerous textbooks on Spanish many of which are in current use in institutions of education.

In 1934, he became director of The Spanish Review, a journal devoted to Spanish and Spanish-American by N.Y.U.

Among Mr. Barlow's books was one published in 1941, in which he collaboratd with Kurt Steel, a professor of philosophy and writer of mystery stories. The book, called "Noche Oscura en Lima," was a mystery thriller written with a vocabulary of the 1,200 words most frequently used in Spanish. The book was designed to teach the language in class through engaging the student's interest in the plot.

Mr. Barlow was a former president of the American Association of Teachers of Spanish.

He leaves his wife, Annette; four daughters, Mrs. Betty Schulte, Mrs. Barbara Borg, Mrs. Frances Latham and Mrs. Marjorie Vosburgh; two brothers and eight grandchildren.

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Joseph W. Barlow

Spanish book by Joseph W. Barlow

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Contributions by Barbara Ereshena

See also:  Betty Barlow Dermott, dau of Joseph W. Barlow

iii.
JOHN ALLAN BARLOW b. 08 January 1887, Walton Village, Delaware Co., N.Y.
56.

DEWITT C.4 LEWIS (MELISSA3 BARLOW, JOHN2, JONATHAN1) was born 07 August 1853 in Hancock, Delaware Co., N.Y.

He married STELLA C. CARNAHAN 02 June 1887, daughter of REV. CARNAHAN and JENNIE BUCHANAN

Child of DEWITT LEWIS and STELLA CARNAHAN is:

i.
CYRIL CARNAHAN5 LEWIS b. 27 March 1888, Stanton Co., Kansas
57.

ROSE4 LEWIS (MELISSA3 BARLOW, JOHN2, JONATHAN1) was born 14 October 1854 in Hancock, Delaware Co., N.Y.

She married JOHN MEREDITH LOUTHAN, M.D. 01 May 1874 in Exira, Audubon Co., Iowa

Children of ROSE LEWIS and JOHN LOUTHAN are:

i.
DAISY5 LOUTHAN b. 01 April 1875, Exira, Audubon Co Iowa
ii.
JOHN LOUTHAN b. 06 April 1877, Council Bluffs, Iowa d. 23 September 1877, Spear Fish, Dakota
iii.
MABEL CLARE LOUTHAN b. 20 September 1878, Spear Fish, Dakota
iv.
ALICE MEREDITH LOUTHAN b. 17 March 1881, Spear Fish, Dakota
58.

DAVID B.4 BEERS (RACHEL3 BARLOW, WILLIAM2, JONATHAN1) was born 20 September 1838 in Hamden Hill, Delaware Co., N.Y.

He married LOLA ANN LACEY 30 September 1870 in Atlantic, Cass Co., Iowa

Children of DAVID BEERS and LOLA LACEY are:

i.
LOLA ELLEN "NELLIE"5 BEERS b. 20 August 1871
ii.
EVA JANE BEERS b. 20 February 1874
iii.
APPOLONIUS CENTENNIAL "LONA" BEERS b. 11 March 1876.
59.

GEORGE4 BARLOW (WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, JONATHAN1) was born 24 October 1832 in Haverstraw, Rockland Co., N.Y.

He married MARTHA ANNA LOCKWOOD 20 October 1858 in 133 Varick St., New York City, N.Y., daughter of JOHN HYATT and CORNELIA FROST

Children of GEORGE BARLOW and MARTHA LOCKWOOD are:

i.
GEORGE FRANCIS5 BARLOW b. 05 October 1860, New York City, N.Y. d. 15 April 1871
ii.
CAROLINE LOCKWOOD BARLOW b. 29 May 1862, New York City, N.Y.
iii.
NELLIE W. BARLOW b. 08 February 1868, No.2 Van Ness Place - Charles St., New York City, N.Y.
iv.
ELBERT SPICER BARLOW   b. 01 July 1878, No. 405 Clermont Ave, Brooklyn, N.Y. 
60.

WILLIAM HENRY4 BEERS (SYLVIA3 BARLOW, WILLIAM2, JONATHAN1) was born 28 February 1829, and died 20 February 1865.

He married ISABELLE MCFARLAND April 1853

Children of WILLIAM BEERS and ISABELLE MCFARLAND are:

i.
SYLVIA5 BEERS b. 24 September 1855 d. 28 June 1880
ii.
ALMOND CRAWFORD BEERS, b. 27 November 1858, Hamden Hill, Delaware Co., N.Y.
iii.
JOHN WILLIAM BEERS b. 05 August 1864, Hamden Hill, Delaware Co., N.Y.
61.

HENRIETTA4 BARLOW (JONATHAN3, WILLIAM2, JONATHAN1) was born 01 March 1834 in Haverstraw, Rockland Co., N.Y., and died 16 September 1866.

She married THEODORE COE 1858, son of PETER COE and REBECCA CASSIDY

Children of HENRIETTA BARLOW and THEODORE COE are:

i.
EDMUND A.5 COE b. 20 February 1861 d. 31 August 1880
ii.
INFANT SON COE b. 1866; d. 1866
62.

WILLIAM HARVEY4 BARLOW (JONATHAN3, WILLIAM2, JONATHAN1) was born 12 September 1836 in Haverstraw, Rockland Co., N.Y.

He married ELMIRA PALMER 04 July 1859 in Clarkstown, N.Y., daughter of JOHN PALMER and ELIZA SNEDEKER

Child of WILLIAM BARLOW and ELMIRA PALMER is:

i.
CARRIE5 BARLOW Died when she was 9 years old.
63.

SARAH JEANNETTE4 BARLOW (JONATHAN3, WILLIAM2, JONATHAN1) was born 28 July 1840 in Haverstraw, Rockland Co., N.Y.

She married JOSHUA PENNY 14 August 1860 in Haverstraw, Rockland Co., N.Y., son of JOSEPH PENNY and SALLY MOORE

Children of SARAH BARLOW and JOSHUA PENNY are:

i.
GEORGE BARLOW5 PENNY b. 30 June 1861, Haverstraw, Rockland Co., N.Y.
ii.
ALICE PENNY b. 11 November 1863, Haverstraw, Rockland Co., N.Y.
iii.
LAURA PENNY b. 12 January 1865, Haverstraw, Rockland Co., N.Y.
iv.
WILLIAM LEWIS PENNY b. 15 April 1868, Haverstraw, Rockland Co., N.Y.
v.
CHARLES GURNEE PENNY b. 30 March 1873, Haverstraw, Rockland Co., N.Y.
64.

GEORGE FREDERICK4 EELS (EMILY MARIA3 BARLOW, WILLIAM2, JONATHAN1) was born 21 June 1852 in Hamden Hill, Delaware Co., N.Y., and died 1886 in Concordia, Kansas.

He married MARIA TERRALL 04 May 1873 in Arion, Cloud Co., Kansas

Children of GEORGE EELS and MARIA TERRALL are:

i.
EMILY M.5 EELS b. 20 March 1874
ii.
RACHEL E. EELS b. 20 April 1876 d. 31 August 1877
iii.
HATTIE M. EELS b. 16 March 1879
iv.
FREDERICK W. EELS b. 29 January 1881
v.
LESTER O. EELS b. 21 December 1882 d. 10 July 1884
vi.
CLOUDE EELS b. 07 November 1884
65.

BELVA4 ROBERTSON (JOHN3, DEBORAH2 BARLOW, JONATHAN1) was born 26 August 1839 in Hume, Alleghany Co., N.Y.

She married JESSE M. FAILS 01 January 1866

Children of BELVA ROBERTSON and JESSE FAILS are:

i.
CARRIE ISABEL5 FAILS b. 03 May 1867
ii.
RUTH AMERICA FAILS b. 26 April 1880
iii.
ADDRESS FAILS b. 1887, Girard, Erie Co., Pennsylvania
66.

JOHN LEE4 ROBERTSON (JOHN3, DEBORAH2 BARLOW, JONATHAN1) was born 03 September 1850.

He married CHRISTIANA YEAGER 25 October 1883

Child of JOHN ROBERTSON and CHRISTIANA YEAGER is:

i.
ANNA LUELLA5 ROBERTSON b. 12 March 1886, Girard, Pennsylvania
67.
HIRAM BOND4 EVEREST (ESTHER3 ROBERTSON, DEBORAH2 BARLOW, JONATHAN1) was born 11 April 1830 in Pike, Wyoming Co., N.Y.

He married MERCY ELEANOR 01 January 1852 in Pike, Wyoming Co., N.Y., his second cousin

Children of HIRAM EVEREST and MERCY ELEANOR are:

i.
CHARLES MARVIN5 EVEREST b. 25 October 1852, Buffalo, Wisconsin
ii.
ALBERT PERRY EVEREST b. 21 November 1856, Newburg, Ohio d. 05 January 1858, Newburg, Ohio, buried in Mt. Hope Cemetery, Rochester
iii.
NELLIE AUGUSTA EVEREST b. 19 February 1860, Newburg, Ohio
iv.
ARTHUR JOSEPH EVEREST b. 23 October 1871, Rochester, N.Y.
v.
CARRIE ESTHER EVEREST b. 26 October 1873, Rochester, N.Y.
68.

HORACE DURELLE4 EVEREST (ESTHER3 ROBERTSON, DEBORAH2 BARLOW, JONATHAN1) was born 24 November 1834 in Middlebury, Wyoming Co., N.Y.

He married SUSAN J. ALLEN 22 February 1860

Children of HORACE EVEREST and SUSAN ALLEN are:

i.
FLORA J.5 EVEREST b. 03 July 1862
ii.
BENJAMIN A. EVEREST b. 15 November 1869
iii.
SAMUEL B. EVEREST b. 09 June 1872 d. 10 October 1872
iv.
VICTOR EVEREST b. 15 November 1874 d. 10 September 1879
69.

MARY E.4 EVEREST (ESTHER3 ROBERTSON, DEBORAH2 BARLOW, JONATHAN1) was born 20 July 1840 in Middlebury, Wyoming Co., N.Y.

She married SAMUEL CORNELIUS OUTERBRIDGE 28 May 1867 in Brick Church, Rochester, N.Y.

Children of MARY EVEREST and SAMUEL OUTERBRIDGE are:

i.
MARY EVEREST5 OUTERBRIDGE b. 21 July 1868, Bermuda
m. ARTHUR WILIAM BLUCK, 11 April 1888, Holy Trinity Church, Hamilton Parish, Bermuda
ii.
ANNA ESTHER WINTHROP OUTERBRIDGE b. 10 October 1872, Bermuda
iii.
THADDEUS HIRAM HASTINGS OUTERBRIDGE  b. 30 September 1878, Bermuda
70.

ALFRED AMERICUS4 HOPKINS (LUCY ANN3 ROBERTSON, DEBORAH2 BARLOW, JONATHAN1) was born 09 March 1835 in Pike, N.Y.

He married ALMA ENGLE 08 October 1860, daughter of JONATHAN ENGLE and ADELIA

Children of ALFRED HOPKINS and ALMA ENGLE are:

i.
FLORA BELL5 HOPKINS b. 08 December 1864
ii.
LUCY ADELIA HOPKINS b. 25 August 1869
iii.
MYRA HOPKINS b. 01 July 1873 d. 27 July 1873
71.

WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON4 HOPKINS (LUCY ANN3 ROBERTSON, DEBORAH2 BARLOW, JONATHAN1) was born 02 April 1838 in Pike, N.Y.

He married HENRIETTA LADD 28 October 1863, daughter of HIRAM LADD and MARY

Children of WILLIAM HOPKINS and HENRIETTA LADD are:

i.
LIDA MAY5 HOPKINS b. 13 October 1864
ii.
WILBUR HOPKINS b. 25 January 1867
iii.
MYRA EDNA HOPKINS b. 04 May 1875
iv.
MARY ELIZA HOPKINS b. 10 February 1877
v.
CLYDE HOPKINS b. 15 January 1879
vi.
HENRIETTA HOPKINS b. 06 December 1885
72.

LOUISE CATHARINE4 HOPKINS (LUCY ANN3 ROBERTSON, DEBORAH2 BARLOW, JONATHAN1) was born 27 December 1843 in Pike, N.Y.

She married PHERIS KEPLER 27 December 1863, son of SAMUEL KEPLER and CHRISTINA

Children of LOUISE HOPKINS and PHERIS KEPLER are:

i.
CHARLES5 KEPLER b. 19 April 1868
ii.
MARION KEPLER b. 12 June 1870
iii.
FRANK ROY KEPLER b. 13 February 1875
iv.
WILLIAM ROBERTSON KEPLER b. 01 February 1886
73.

MARIBA AMELIA4 FISHER (CATHARINE OLIVIA3 ROBERTSON, DEBORAH2 BARLOW, JONATHAN1) was born 30 January 1849 in Metomen, Wisconsin

She married CHARLES E. BILLINGS 22 February 1874

Children of MARIBA FISHER and CHARLES BILLINGS are:

i.
ANNA E.5 BILLINGS b. 29 November 1876, Union City, Michigan
ii.
KATIE E. BILLINGS b. 21 December 1881, Concordia, Kansas
74.

LESLIE4 HOPKINS (LUCY ANN3 ROBERTSON, DEBORAH2 BARLOW, JONATHAN1) was born 25 December 1854 in Girard, Erie Co., Pennsylvania.

He married LUCY ANN STEARNS 19 March 1878, daughter of HIRAM STEARNS and LUCY

Children of LESLIE HOPKINS and LUCY STEARNS are:

i.
JESSIE BELL5 HOPKINS b. 15 October 1880
ii.
HIRAM FRANCIS HOPKINS  b. 07 March 1885
75.

WALTER EDWARD4 CHASE (GEORGE BARLOW3, SARAH2 BARLOW, JONATHAN1) was born 15 July 1856 in Scranton, Pennsylvania.

He married MARY CLAIBORNE STEVENS 06 May 1884 in Washington, D.C., daughter of ALBERT STEVENS and ELIZA SMITHERS

Child of WALTER CHASE and MARY STEVENS is:

i.
RONALD WALTON5 CHASE b. 23 August 1885, Washington, D.C. d. 23 September 1886, Washington, D.C.
76.

EVA MARIA4 WATERBURY (HARRIET ADELINE3 CHASE, SARAH2 BARLOW, JONATHAN1) was born 24 November 1859 in Buffalo Grove, IL, and died 19 October 1882

She married WILLIAM H. PRESTON 24 December 1881 in Chicago, Illinois

Child of EVA WATERBURY and WILLIAM PRESTON is:

i.
LESLIE LYMAN5 PRESTON b. 13 October 1882 d. February 1882
77.

OLIVE4 BARLOW (STEPHEN C.3, JONATHAN2, JONATHAN1) was born 11 April 1839 in Mill Grove, Cattaraugus Co., N.Y., and died 10 July 1872 in Sigourney, Iowa

She married WILLIAM SIMPSON BOOTON 18 October 1855 in Sigourney, Iowa

Children of OLIVE BARLOW and WILLIAM BOOTON are:

i.
FANNY5 BOOTON b. 10 January 1856, Sigourney, Iowa
ii.
STEPHEN A. BOOTON b. 10 August 1861
78.

DELPHA4 BARLOW (STEPHEN C.3, JONATHAN2, JONATHAN1) was born 27 March 1840 in Mill Grove, Cattaraugus Co., N.Y.

She married BENJAMIN F. BRAZEALE 28 December 1854 in Columbus City, Iowa

Children of DELPHA BARLOW and BENJAMIN BRAZEALE are:

i.
CHESTER5 BRAZEALE b. 18 November 1855, Davenport, Scott Co., Iowa
m. SUSAN DEERING, 17 July 1887, Allentown, St. Louis Co., Missouri
ii.
HENRY MASON BRAZEALE b. 12 October 1857
iii.
MASON BRAZEALE b. 08 August 1859, Jefferson Co., Missouri
m. MARY TRAMMEE, 14 January 1884
iv.
MARY OLIVE BRAZEALE b. 19 December 1861, Jefferson Co., Missouri
v.
MARTHA VIANNA BRAZEALE  b. 10 September 1863
vi.
JOHN WILLIS BRAZEALE b. 20 September 1865
vii.
EMILY JANE BRAZEALE b. 13 April 1867, Jefferson Co., Missouri
m. JOHN MILLER, 24 March 1887, Freburg, St. Clair Co., Illinois
viii.
MARGARET BRAZEALE b. 19 August 1868
ix.
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN BRAZEALE b. 29 September 1869
x.
JERUSHA ELLEN BRAZEALE b. 08 December 1871, Davenport, Scott Co., Iowa
m. EMIL FEHL, 16 November 1887, Pacific City, Missouri
xi.
NANCY ELIZABETH BRAZEALE b. 23 January 1873
xii.
SAMUEL OLIVER BRAZEALE b. 27 January 1875
xiii.
JAMES NORMAN BRAZEALE b. 20 December 1878
xiv.
HENRIETTA CASSANDRA BRAZEALE b. 09 July 1880
79.

EMILY ELIZABETH4 BARLOW (STEPHEN C.3, JONATHAN2, JONATHAN1) was born 05 June 1842 in Mill Grove, N.Y.

She married 1) JOSEPH HORACE COBBETT 27 November 1857 in Bradford, McKean Co., Pennsylvania

She married 2) WILLIAM ALLEN 31 July 1868 in Bradford, McKean Co., Pennsylvania

Children of EMILY BARLOW and JOSEPH COBBETT are:

i.
EMILY CLONENDA5 COBBETT b. 17 February 1859, Bradford, McKean Co., Pennsylvania
m. RANSOM W. BAILEY, 07 April 1878
ii.
HERMAN RRUSSELL COBBETT b. 25 February 1861, Bradford, McKean Co., Pennsylvania
iii.
ALICE JANE COBBETT b. 14 October 1866, Bradford, McKean Co., Pennsylvania
m. WILLIAM R. MILLER, 17 February 1885

Children of EMILY BARLOW and WILLIAM ALLEN are:

i.
IDA BELL5 ALLEN b. 31 August 1871, Elmwood, Nebraska d. 15 October 1881, Eagle, Nebraska, buried at Elmwood, Nebraska
ii.
WILLIAM ELSWORTH ALLEN b. 21 June 1873, Elmwood, Nebraska
iii.
GEORGE FRANKLIN ALLEN b. 12 July 1876, Elmwood, Nebraska
iv.
JAMES WELLINGTON ALLEN b. 23 June 1878, Weeping Water
v.
FREDERICK ALLEN b. 06 May 1882, Weeping Water d. 27 July 1882, Elmwood, Nebraska
vi.
ALBERT HARRISON ALLEN b. 17 March 1883, Weeping Water
vii.
MARY ELLEN ALLEN b. 05 December 1887, Weeping Water
80.

NORMAN4 BARLOW (GEORGE W.3, JONATHAN2, JONATHAN1) was born 19 March 1857 in Clayton, Crawford Co., Wisconsin, and died 02 October 1944 in Soldiers Grove, Crawford Co., Wisconsin.

He married NANCY BRIGGS 1878, daughter of ____ BRIGGS and LUCRETIA SINGLES

Children of NORMAN BARLOW and NANCY BRIGGS are:

i.
WILLIAM HENRY5 BARLOW b. 08 April 1880 d. 1941
ii.
JOHN E. BARLOW b. 10 July 1882 d. 15 November 1911
iii.
DODIE "DORA" L. BARLOW b. January 1885
iv.
ELMER EARL BARLOW b. 08 January 1887 d. 1958
v.
DESMER BARLOW b. 23 May 1890, Crawford Co Wisconsin d. 26 June 1973, Soldiers Grove, Crawford Co Wisconsin
vi.
EPSIE L. BARLOW b. April 1892
vii.
MYRTLE M. BARLOW b. 12 August 1895 d. 27 June 1920, Yankeetown, Wisconsin
m. EARL CRUMRINE
81.

ANDREW4 BARLOW (GEORGE W.3, JONATHAN2, JONATHAN1) was born 07 October 1875 in Wisconsin.

He married MABEL

Children of ANDREW BARLOW and MABEL are:

i.
HELEN5 BARLOW b. Abt. 1917
ii.
RUTH BARLOW b. Abt. 1918
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