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Originally published in the February 1999 issue of Barlow of Barlow Newsletter, by Edson Barlow, Photographs furnished by Margaret Kastler, Librarian of the Annie Porter Ainsworth Memorial Library at Sandy Creek and Edson L. Barlow, biography of W.C. Barlow and Hotel photograph contributed by John F. Barlow

Moses Barlow of Broome Co New York

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Moses Barlow was born on April 19, 1750, at Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut.  He died on November 06, 1835, at age 87 years 1 month 3 days, at Chenango, Broome County, New York, and was buried there.

Moses Barlow lived at Amenia, Dutchess County, New York, and enlisted there in the Militia, according to his Revolutionary War Pension Records. He served as a Private in the 6th Dutchess County Militia. He was discharged at Fishkill, Dutchess County, New York, and lived at Amenia until he moved to Chenango in 1812.

Moses Barlow and his children were recorded as leasing farm no. 1, lot 47, on October 02, 1797, in the Little Nine Partners Rent Book. Subsequently the Rent Book says that Moses Barlow Jr. sold his part of farm no. 1 to Weaver for $900.

Moses Barlow, according to the History of Pine Plains by Isaac Huntting, lived in the old Young-Stewart Hotel, about a mile and a half northwest of the village, and later on Church Street, east of the corners. Later still in 1805 the family moved to the Ten Eyck farm, south of C.C.

More, succeeding Friend Sheldon in the Ten Eyck dwelling. Moses was a "pettifogger" in a justice court. His first wife was a sister to Thomas Braman, who lived a mile east of Sackett corners south of Attlebury station, and thus she would have been either Elizabeth, Anna or Esther.

Isaac Huntting's book says further that the Barlow children who attended the Pine Plains school in 1799 were Amy, Morris, Tamma and Walter. The Barlow children in the 1799-1800 term were Amy, Morris, Moses, Stephen, Tamma and Walter. Thomas Braman, who was on the 1760 Crum Elbow, Dutchess County, tax list, died on June 28, 1809.

His will of October 02, 1805, was probated on August 18, 1809, and named brother John Braman, nephew Cyrus Braman, Braman Barlow ("who resides with me"), Braman Barlow's oldest son James Barlow and James' brother Cyrus Barlow, second son of Braman. No wife or children of Thomas Braman were named in his will.
Moses' children by his first wife were [History of Pine Plains]:
2.  Braman Barlow was born on May 19, 1774, at Stanford, Dutchess Co New York
3.  Smith Barlow was born in 1781
Moses Barlow Jr    He was recorded at Northeast, Dutchess County, in the 1810 census
4.  Morris Barlow was born on March 09, 1790, in Dutchess Co New York   [calculated, 1850 census]
Jacob Barlow   Nothing further is known about him.
5. James Barlow was born around 1796-8 in Dutchess County  [1850,'55,'60 censuses]    
Stephen Barlow   There was a Stephen Barlow born in 1777 living in Orleans Co New York, in the 1850 census
6.  Walter Barlow was born on November 19, 1790
Cynthia Barlow married first Dr. Asahel Haskins, a physician at Pine Plains, and at one time owner of about 3 acres including the Ketterer Hotel corner. Not long after her marriage, Dr. Haskins died and Cynthia married second Daniel Smith, a son of Peter and Sarah (Winans) Smith.
Daniel Smith died leaving a daughter who later married Morris Thompson, a son of Caleb Thompson at the Square.
He kept the "Brick Tavern," later the Tripp farmhouse, at the Square. Not long after, Morris Thompson, his wife and her mother, Cynthia (Barlow) Smith, died of fever nearly at the same time [History of Pine Plains]
Amy Barlow
Betsey Barlow
Tamma Barlow
 
Morris Barlow, son of Moses, said that his father lost his first wife in 1810 and married second Sarah Draper in August 1812 in Dutchess County. She was born in 1772 in New York [1850 census] and was recorded at Conklin, Broome County, New York, in the 1850 census. Friend Barlow, the only child of Moses and Sarah, age 38, made a declaration dated March 24, 1853.
Moses and Sarah (Draper) Barlow's child was:
7.  Friend Barlow was born in 1812 [1850 census] or 1815 [1860 census, declaration March 24, 1853] in New York, and died on 23 March 1899 in Hannibal, Marion Co Missouri [MAM]
Generation 2
2.  Braman Barlow was born on May 19, 1774, at Stanford, Dutchess County, New York, and was a son of 1. Moses Barlow and his first wife. He was a farmer and he was recorded at Stanford in the 1810 through 1840 censuses. He died on August 07, 1845, at Stanford and was buried there in the Attlebury Cemetery.

Braman Barlow married Mary Ingersoll probably around 1795 and probably at Stanford. She was born on April 23, 1773, and was a daughter of James and Mary (Hoyt) Ingersoll [Ingersoll Genealogy]. She died on September 27, 1848, at Stanford and was buried there in the Attlebury Cemetery.
Their children were probably all born at Stanford:
James Barlow was born around 1794-1800 [1810 census].   He did not marry, he had no children and he died in 1817.
8. Maria Barlow was born around 1794-1800 [1810 census]
9.  Cyrus B. Barlow was born on April 30, 1803 [gravestone; 1850, '60 censuses], and died April 18, 1881, at Stanford
10.  Myron H. Barlow was born on July 30, 1806, at Stanford, and died on May 27, 1881, at Union Vale, Dutchess County
 
3.  Smith Barlow was born in 1781 and the Little Nine Partners Rent Book says that he was a son of 1. Moses Barlow. He leased farm no. 2, lot 47, on October 02, 1797 [Rent Book], and was recorded at Northeast, Dutchess County, in the 1800 census. He died by the accidental discharge of a cannon on the 4th of July.

Smith Barlow married Susannah Husted. She was born on June 12, 1784, and was a daughter of Peter and Polly (Smith) Husted of Dutchess County. After Smith's death she married second Seth Harris on February 19, 1807. He was born around 1763 probably at Amenia and was a son of Joseph Harris. He had married first Isabella Gamble. He died on February 02, 1842, at Pine Plains and Susan died on October 19, 1828, at Pine Plains.
Smith Barlow's only child was:
11.  Smith Husted Barlow was born in 1803 possibly in Massachusetts, and died May 07, 1847
 
4. Morris Barlow was born on March 09, 1790, in Dutchess County, New York [calculated; 1850,'55 censuses], and was a son of 1. Moses Barlow and his first wife. He was a farmer and was recorded at Conklin, Broome County, New York, in the 1820 through 1860 censuses.  He died on January 17, 1875, at age 84 years 10 months 8 days at Union, Broome County, New York  [obituary in "Broome Republican" Gleanings from Early Broome County Newspapers by Mautrice R. Hitt, Jr.]

Morris Barlow married Sally Stickle on February 13, 1811, in Dutchess County [Dutchess County Historical Society records]. She was born in 1789 probably in Dutchess County [1850 census]. She died between 1850 and 1855 probably at Conklin [1850,'55 censuses].
Their children were:
12. Mariah Barlow was born on June 09, 1814, in Dutchess County, New York. She died on September 09, 1896, at Conklin, Broome County, New York [vital records], and was buried there in the Shawsville Cemetery.
13.  Walker Barlow was born in 1816 in Dutchess County, New York [1860 census]
Nathan Barlow (probably) was born in 1818 in New York [1850 census]   Nothing further is known about him
14.  Morris Barlow Jr. was born in 1821 in New York [1850,'60 censuses]   He was a farmer and was recorded at Conklin, Broome County, New York, in the 1850 census.
15.  Morgan Barlow was born in 1821- 24 in New York [1860 census].   He was a farmer and was recorded at Conklin in the 1850 and 1860 censuses.
16.  Jacob Barlow was born in 1825-6 in New York [1850, '60 censuses].   He was a farmer and he was recorded at Conklin, Broome County, in the 1850 and 1860 censuses.
Marshall Barlow was born in 1826 [1860 census] or in 1829 [1850 census] or in 1831 [1855 census] in Broome County, New York. He was a farmer and he was recorded at Conklin in the 1850 and 1860 censuses.
He served as a Private in the Civil War in Company D of the 109th New York Infantry Regiment.   He was killed on May 12, 1864, at Spotsylvania Court House, Virginia.
Homer Barlow was born in 1833 [1850, '55 censuses] or in 1834 [1860 census] in Broome County, New York. He was a farmer and was recorded at Conklin in the 1850, 1855 and 1860 censuses.
He married Margaret ------ in 1860 [1860 census]. She was born in 1841 in New York [1860 census]
George Barlow was born in 1845 [1850 census] or in 1846 [1860 census] in New York.   He was recorded at Conklin in the 1850 and 1860 censuses.
Hellen E. Barlow, or Ellen Barlow, was born in 1848 [1860 census] or in 1849 [1850 census] in New York. She was recorded at Conklin in the 1850 and 1860 censuses.
William H. Barlow was born in 1852 in New York [1860 census]  Nothing further is known about him
5. James Barlow was born around 1796-8 in Dutchess County, New York [1850, '55, '60 censuses], and was a son of 1. Moses Barlow and his first wife. He was recorded as an innkeeper at Durham, Greene County, New York, in the 1850 census. He moved to Coxsackie, Greene County, in 1854 and was recorded as a hotel-keeper there in the 1855 census. He was recorded as a farmer at Durham in the 1860 census.

Note: according to son's biography, (see William C. Barlow) James died in 1839, apparently, an error            Click thumbnails to view full image >>
James Barlow married first Sally Malvina Collins on October 08, 1829, in the Reformed Dutch Church at Catskill, Greene County. She was born in 1808 in Connecticut [1850 census] and was a daughter of Silas and Sally Collins. She and James separated and may have subsequently divorced. She was recorded living with her parents at Vernon, Oneida County, New York, in the 1850 census.

James Barlow married second Catharine ------   She was born in 1800 in Greene County [1850, '55, '60 censuses]   A grandson James Barlow, born in 1850 in Oneida County, New York, was also living with them in the 1855 census
Children of James and Sally Collins were:
17.   July A. Barlow was born in 1825 in Greene County [1855 census]
James W. Barlow was born in 1830 [1850 census]    He was recorded living with his mother at Vernon in the 1850 census
William C. Barlow was born in 1832 in New York [1850 census]
He was recorded living with his mother at Vernon in the 1850 census
The History of Northern Wisconsin Vol II.
Chicago: Western Historical Company, 1881, p 1108
Farmer, Section 10, P. O. Rural.
Was born in 1832 Greene Co New York. Moved to Herkimer Co in 1839, thence to Oneida Co in 1850.
He came to Waupaca Co Wisconsin, June 1855, and made it his home in and about Waupaca and Parfreyville till he bought his present farm of 160 acres. He has made all the improvements except about 10 acres. Has a large frame house, upright, 20x30, and wings 20x16 and 16x22. In 1875 he built a barn 40x60, with 18 foot posts. He also has a fine horse barn and hop house.
04 July 1859 he was married to Miss R. COLLINS, of Dayton, who was born in Herkimer Co New York 29 January 1840. She died 26 March 1880. [Note: William's mother was also a Collins]
The parents of this sketch, James and Malvina, were married in Greene Co New York. His father died in 1839; his mother is still living with her son.
Mr. BARLOW has been Chairman of his town three terms in succession, and was again re-elected in 1881, and is one of the substantial men of the county.
Caroline Barlow was born in 1832 in New York [1850 census]
She was recorded with her father at Coxsackie in the 1850 census
Rosaltha Barlow was born in 1835 in New York [1850 census]
She was recorded with her father at Coxsackie in the 1850 census
18. George Barlow was born in 1835 in Greene County [1855 census]
He was a boatman [1855 census]
Adelbert A. Barlow was born in 1834 or 1839 in New York [1850 census]
He was recorded twice in the 1850 census: first with his father at Coxsackie on July 18, 1850, and second with his mother at Vernon, Oneida County, on August 16, 1850
Sarahett Barlow was born in 1836 in New York [1850 census]
She was recorded with her father at Coxsackie in the 1850 census
 
6.  Walter Barlow was born on November 19, 1790, in Dutchess County, New York, and was a son of 1. Moses Barlow and his first wife.  He moved to Durham, Greene County, New York, in 1828 and was recorded there as a farmer in the 1830, 1840 and 1850 censuses. He was recorded living with his son Warren at Durham in the 1855 census.   He died on November 16, 1857, at Durham.

Walter Barlow married Lydia Wright around 1820.   She was born in 1797 in Greene County [1850, '55 censuses] and was a daughter of George and Elizabeth Wright. George Wright was a first settler on Wright Street in Durham. Elizabeth Wright's will was proved on January 23, 1860. Lydia (Wright) Barlow was recorded living with her son Warren at Durham in the 1855 census and with her daughter Lydia at Durham in the 1860 census.
Walter and Lydia Barlow's children were:
19. Warren Barlow was born around 1820-22 in Albany County, New York [1850, '55, '60 censuses]
Betsey A. Barlow was born in 1823 probably in Albany County [1850 census]
20.  Walter Barlow Jr. was born around 1824-25 in Albany County [1850, '55, '60 censuses]
21.  William Barlow was born around 1826-27 in Greene County [1850, '55, '60 censuses]
22.   Lydia Barlow was born in 1828 [1855 census] or 1833 [1860 census] in Greene County [1855 census]   She was recorded as a widow with her brother Warren and her son Warren at Durham in the 1855 census.
New information for the family of Friend Barlow, added April 2011 from [MAM]  You might contact Mary for more information on the Pennington families
7.  Friend Barlow was born in 1812 [1850 census] or 1815 [1860 census, declaration March 24, 1853] in Chenango, Broome Co New York and was a son of 1. Moses and Sarah (Draper) Barlow.  He was a farmer and was recorded at Chenango, Broome County, New York, in the 1840 census; at Conklin, Broome County, in the 1850 census; and at Hamilton, Lee Co Illinois, in the 1860 census.  He died on 23 March 1899 in Hannibal, Marion, Missouri. [MAM]

Friend Barlow married Mary A. Hufftaling  / Houghtaling.  She was born on 21 June 1823 in New York,  [MAM] and died on 27 December 1913 in Center, Ralls, Missouri. [MAM]
Their children were:
Sarah Ann Barlow was born in 12 February 1845 in New York, and died 13 July 1929 in Pike Co Illinois. [MAM]
She married Henry L. Saunders in 1866.   He was born in April 1844 in New York. [MAM]
Children are, all born in Illinois: Ellen, 1863; Henry C., 1868; Emma, 1870; Friend, 1873; John, 1875; and Sarah A., 1879 [MAM]
Moses Barlow was born in 1847 in New York [1850, '60 censuses]   He died on 04 April 1874. [MAM]
Friend Barlow was born in 1850 in New York [1850 census]. He apparently died young because he was not with the family in the 1860 census.
Andrew Jackson Barlow was born in 1852 in New York [1860 census]  and died 07 June 1946. [Family information]    He married Margaret Yandle on 17 December 1873 [Family information]
Jane Barlow was born in 1855 in Illinois [1860 census]   She married Mr. Carroll. [MAM]
Child: Freeman A. Carroll, born c1873 in Illinois, and died 1952. [MAM] He married Julia Hall.  [MAM] She was born c1881 and died 05 March 1942 in Ralls Co Missouri. [MAM]
Mary Barlow was born in 1857 in Illinois [1860 census]  She died in 1941 in Hannibal, Marion Co Missouri.  [MAM] She married Isaac Pennington on 29 July 1874 in Pike Co Missouri, [MAM] son of William Ephraim Pennington and Anna Stites. [MAM] He was born on 15 June 1850 in Fulton Co Ohio, [MAM] and died on 16 February 1928 in Hannibal, Marion Co Missouri.  [MAM]
Children are: [all from MAM]   Nettie May, born 1877, and died in Saline City, Ralls Co Missouri; Arthur, born 31 January 1881 in Missouri, and died 05 October 1941 in New London, Ralls Co Missouri; Luella, born 1883 in Missouri; Edna A., born 09 December 1884 in Monroe Co Missouri; Fred F., born 29 March 187 in Nebo, Pike Co Illinois, and died 15 May 1949 in Hannibal, Marion Co Missouri, married Anna Elizabeth 'Bessie' Paul on 21 January 1915 in Hannibal, Marion Co Missouri, daughter of Samuel Haycraft Paul and Agnes Matilda Beshears, she was born 06 October 1892 in Hannibal, Marion Co Missouri, and died 06 May 1986 in Hannibal, Marion Co Missouri; Homer, born 25 April 1890 in Illinois, and died 10 January 1922, married Helen Pennington; and Edith, born 1899 in Missouri.
Angeline Barlow was born 06 April 1859 in Hannibal, Marion, Missouri, [MAM] and died on 17 April 1931 in New London, Ralls Co Missouri. [MAM] She married Eugene Charles Pennington on 03 March 1884 in  Ralls Co Missouri, son of William Ephraim Pennington and Anna Stites.  [MAM] He was born on 20 September 1857 in Fulton Co Ohio, [MAM] and died on 02 July 1933 in New London, Ralls Co Missouri. [MAM]
Children are:[all from MAM] Eathel, born 1885 in Missouri, and died 09 March 1977 in Missoula, Montana; and Annie Helen, born 1902 in Missouri
Generation 3
8. Maria Barlow, daughter of was born around 1794-1800 [1810 census], and was a daughter of 2. Braham Barlow and his wife, Mary Ingersoll.

She married James H. Germond/Germain on December 25, 1822, at Stanford  [Dutchess County Historical Society records]
Their children were:
Edward Germond/Germain
Talmadge Germond/Germain
Cyrus Germond/Germain married Viola Hicks
Mary Germond/Germain
Sarah Germond/Germain
Elizabeth Germond/Germain
Frances Germond/Germain  married William Creede
Nettie Germond/Germain  married Robert Halstead
Julia Germond/Germain married Isaac Winance
 
9.  Cyrus B. Barlow was born on April 30, 1803 [gravestone; 1850, '60 censuses], probably at Stanford, Dutchess County, New York, and was a son of 2. Braman and Mary (Ingersoll) Barlow. He was recorded at Stanford in the 1830, 1840, 1850 and 1860 censuses  He died on April 18, 1881, and was buried in the Stanfordville Cemetery at Stanford

Cyrus B. Barlow married Minerva Welling. She was called Maria and was listed as born in 1809 in New York in the 1850 census. She was listed as only M. and born in 1808 in the 1860 census.
Their children were probably born at Stanford:
Mirun Barlow was born in December 1828. He died on August 20, 1829, at age 9 months and was buried in the Attlebury Cemetery at Stanford.
Myron Barlow married John Crokite
Caroline Barlow was born in 1831 [1850 census] She married Benjamin Palmer
Frances Barlow married a Dr. Thorn
Manand Barlow was born in 1834 [1850 census]
 
10.  Myron H. Barlow was born on July 30, 1806, at Stanford, Dutchess County, New York, and was a son of 2. Braman and Mary (Ingersoll) Barlow.   He was recorded at Stanford in the 1840 and 1860 censuses, and as a farmer at Milan, Dutchess County, in the 1850 census.  He died on May 27, 1881, at Union Vale, Dutchess County, and was buried there in the Verbank Cemetery.

Myron H. Barlow married first Catharine J. ------   She was born on May 14, 1817. She died on August 29, 1853, at age 36 years 3 months 15 days and was buried in the Bangall (Baptist Church) Cemetery at Stanford.
Their children were probably born at Stanford:
Isadore E. Barlow was born on November 26, 1839   She was recorded with her father in the 1850 and 1860 censuses.  She died on January 06, 1873, at age 33 years 1 month 11 days and was buried in the Clove Cemetery at Union Vale, Dutchess County.
She married George H. Brownell, who was possibly a son of Joshua and Esther (Denton) Brownell.
Alice Barlow was born on August 17, 1844.  She was recorded with her father in the 1850 and 1860 censuses.  She died on March 23, 1861, at age 16 years 7 months 6 days at Stanford and was buried there in the Bangall (Baptist Church) Cemetery.
Charles R. Barlow was born in 1848 [1850, '60 censuses]   He was recorded with his father in the 1850 and 1860 censuses
E. Barlow (female) was born in 1850 [1860 census] (see Etta Barlow below)
 
Myron H. Barlow married second Martha Van Vlack between 1853 and 1860, probably at Stanford.  She was born in 1834 [1860 census] at Pleasant Valley, Dutchess County
Their children were probably born at Stanford:
Emerson Barlow was born in 1856 [1860 census]. He was recorded with his parents in the 1860 census. He was a dentist.
He married Eugenie DuBois and they had one daughter, Susie Barlow
Alfred Barlow was born in 1858 [1860 census] He was later a stock buyer at Chicago, Illinois.
Myron Barlow was born after 1860. He married Jennie Carpenter
Jennie Barlow was born after 1860. She was later a teacher
George Barlow was born after 1860 at Union Vale, Dutchess County. He was later a farmer
Etta Barlow was born at Union Vale, Dutchess County, and she may have been the E. Barlow recorded  with her parents in the 1860 census. She was later a teacher.
 
11.  Smith Husted Barlow was born in 1803, possibly in Massachusetts, and was a son of 3. Smith and Susannah (Husted) Barlow. He was recorded at Sheffield, Berkshire County, Massachusetts, in the 1830 and 1840 censuses. He died on May 07, 1847, at age 44 at Salisbury, Litchfield County, Connecticut [Hartford Courant], and was buried there in the Bryant Cemetery [Hale index, Connecticut State Library]

Smith Husted Barlow married Angelina Loring on April 11, 1827, at Sheffield, Massachusetts [International Genealogy Index]. She died at age 45 in Connecticut.
Their children were:
Susan H. Barlow was probably the Susan H. Barlow who was born on July 07, 1828, died on April 27, 1914, and was buried in the Riverside Cemetery at Waterbury, Connecticut.
Hannah L. Barlow was perhaps the Hannah L. Barlow who was born in 1830, died in 1903, and was buried  in the Forest View Cemetery at Winchester, Connecticut.
Smith H. Barlow was born on October 01, 1832, in Massachusetts and died on March 18, 1901.  He was recorded at Northeast, Dutchess County, New York, in the 1850 census and he was a student boarding at 321 State Street, Albany, New York, in 1858 [Albany City Directory]. He moved to Sandy Creek, Oswego County, New York, around 1855 and was recorded there in the 1860 census.
He was a Clerk of the Board of Education at Sandy Creek [Oswego Daily Palladium May 22, 1871] and a trustee at Sandy Creek in 1895.
He married first Mrs. Martha Pruyn Ferguson, a daughter of Abraham Francis and Sophie (Minott) Pruyn, and widow of Mr. Ferguson. She died on April 23, 1874, at Sandy Creek, and he married second Deborah A. Chapin on October 26, 1875, at Sandy Creek. She was born on June 18, 1843, at Carthage, Jefferson County, New York, and was a daughter of Harvey E. and Deborah (Fenton) Chapin. She died on December 20, 1918 [Chapin Genealogy].
Smith and Martha had no children; Smith and Deborah adopted one child:  Walter A. Barlow, who was born on November 20, 1863, and later married Carrie Scofield.                                                                                                   Click thumbnails to view full image >>
Walter A. Barlow was born around 1835-40 at Sheffield, Massachusetts [1840 census]
Victoria Frances Barlow was born on May 20, 1840, at Sheffield, Massachusetts [1840 census], or in Connecticut [1860 census] She was a teacher and was recorded with her brother Smith at Sandy Creek in the 1860 census.
She married Abram A. Kells. He was born on May 06, 1843, and died on July 24, 1920. She died on May 08, 1874, and both were buried in the St. Thomas Cemetery at Churchtown, Columbia County, New York
Angeline Barlow was born around 1840-48 and was probably the Angie M. Barlow of Winsted, Connecticut, who married A.M. Kelsey (or Kelsea) of Waterbury, Connecticut, on February 14, 1863, at Winsted [Columbian Register, Waterbury American]
 
12. Mariah Barlow was born on June 09, 1814, in Dutchess County, New York, and was a daughter of 4. Morris and Sally (Stickle) Barlow.  She died on September 09, 1896, at Conklin, Broome County, New York [vital records], and was buried there in the Shawsville Cemetery.

She married Washington Layton in 1833. He was born on February 08, 1802, in New Jersey. He died on August 08, 1887, and was buried in the Shawsville Cemetery.

Their children were: [correspondence Darcie Randall Ridolfi May 03, 1996]
Their children were:
William Layton, born in 1833
George Layton, born about 1835
Byron Layton, born about 1838
Henry Smith Layton, born in 1839
Morris B. Layton, born on September 15, 1840
Robert E. Layton, born about 1843
John H. Layton, born about 1845
Mary Ann Layton, born about 1847
Juliette Layton, born about 1848
Virgil Layton, born in May 1850 
 
13.  Walker Barlow was born in 1816 [1860 census] in Dutchess County, New York, and was a son of 4. Morris and Sally (Stickle) Barlow. He was a farmer and in 1825 he moved to Conklin, Broome County, New York, where he was recorded in the 1855 and 1860 censuses.  He died in 1898 and was buried in the Shawsville Cemetery at Conklin.

Walker Barlow married Olive M. ---- around 1845. She was born in 1807 in Pennsylvania [1855, '60 censuses]   She had married first a Mr. Robinson and their daughter was M.L. Robinson who was born in 1844 in Pennsylvania.
Walker and Olive Barlow's children were:
George C. Barlow was born in 1846 in Broome County [1855, '60 censuses]
Hellen E. Barlow was born in 1848 in Broome County [1855, '60 censuses]
William H. Barlow was born in 1852 in Broome County [1855, '60 censuses]
 
14.  Morris Barlow Jr. was born in 1820 [1855 census] or in 1821 [1850, '60 censuses] in Broome County, New York, and was a son of 4. Morris and Sally (Stickle) Barlow. He was a farmer and was recorded at Conklin, Broome County, New York, in the 1850, 1855 and 1860 censuses.

Morris Barlow Jr. married Nancy ---- She was probably Nancy Howard because her mother Nancy Howard, a widow and born in 1780 in Kings County, New York, was recorded living with them in the 1855 and 1860 censuses.   She was born in 1819 [1855 census] or in 1820 [1850, '60 censuses] in Pennsylvania. She moved to Broome County in 1855.
Their children were:
Lemuel H. Barlow was born in 1849 in New York and was recorded with his parents in the 1850 census.   He apparently died young because he was not listed in the 1855 and 1860 censuses.
Stephen W. Barlow was born in 1850 or 1851 in Broome County and was recorded with his parents in the 1855 and 1860 censuses.
Elizabeth H. Barlow was born in 1854 in Broome County and was recorded with her parents in the 1855 and 1860 censuses.
 
15.  Morgan Barlow was born in 1821-4 in Broome County, New York [1850, '55, '60 censuses], and was a son of 4. Morris and Sally (Stickle) Barlow. He was a farmer and was recorded at Conklin, Broome County, in the 1850, 1855 and 1860 censuses.

Morgan Barlow married Nancy ------ She was born in 1827-9 in Broome County [1850, '55, '60 censuses]
Their children were:
Francis Barlow was born in 1846 in Broome County [1850, '55, '60 censuses]
Mary J. Barlow was born in 1848 in Broome County [1850, '55, '60 censuses]
Felicia Barlow was born in 1850-1 in Broome County [1855, '60 censuses]
Emily Barlow was born in 1855 in Broome County [1855, '60 censuses]
Cordelia Barlow was born in 1859 in New York [1860 census]
 
16.  Jacob Barlow was born in 1827 in Broome County, New York [1850, '55, '60 censuses], and was a son of 4. Morris and Sally (Stickle) Barlow. He was a farmer and was recorded at Conklin, Broome County, in the 1850, 1855 and 1860 censuses. He died in 1887 and was buried in the Shawsville Cemetery at Conklin.

Jacob Barlow married Jane ----- She was born in 1837 in Broome County [1855, '60 censuses]
Their children were:
Alice A. Barlow was born in 1854 in Broome County [1855, '60 censuses]
Charles E. Barlow was born in 1857 in New York [1860 census]
Willis J. Barlow was born in 1858 in New York [1860 census]
 
17.   July A. Barlow was born in 1825 in Greene County [1855 census], and was a daughter of 5. James and Sally (Collins) Barlow.

She married Samuel Hotchkiss. He was born in 1825 in Greene County [1855 census]   They were recorded living with James and Catharine Barlow at Coxsackie in the 1855 census
Their child was:
Jane Hotchkiss who was born in May 1855 in Greene County [1855 census]
 
18.  George Barlow was born in 1835 in Greene County, New York [1855 census], and was a son of 5. James and Sally (Collins) Barlow. He was a boatman [1855 census]  He and his family were recorded living with James and Catharine Barlow at Coxsackie, Greene County, in the 1855 census.

George Barlow married Willmena --- She was born in 1832 in Germany [1850 census]
Their child was:
Louisa Barlow who was born in 1852 in Greene County [1855 census]
 
19.  Warren Barlow was born around 1820-22 in Albany County, New York [1850, '55, '60 censuses], and was a son of 6. Walter and Lydia (Wright) Barlow. He moved to Durham, Greene County, New York, with his parents about 1828 and was recorded there as a farmer in the 1855 and 1860 censuses.

Warren Barlow married Jane Jones of Cairo, Greene County, about 1851. Her parents came from Connecticut. She was born around 1831-3 in Greene County [1855, '60 censuses]
Their children were:
Evanna Barlow was born in 1853 in Greene County [1855, '60 censuses]
Oscar Barlow was born in 1857 in New York [1860 census]
 
20. Walter Barlow Jr. was born around 1824-25 in Albany County, New York [1850, '55, '60 censuses], and was a son of 6. Walter and Lydia (Wright) Barlow.  He was a farmer and was recorded at Durham, Greene County, New York, in the 1850, 1855 and 1860 censuses.

Walter Barlow Jr. married Elmira A. Smith around 1844. She was born around 1826-7 in Albany County, New York [1850, '55, '60 censuses]
Their children were:
Charles M. Barlow was born in 1845 in Greene County [1850, '55, '60 censuses]
Frank Barlow was born in 1852 [1860 census] or in August 1854 [1855 census] in Greene County
Enella Barlow was born in 1856 probably in Greene County [1860 census]
 
21. William Barlow was born around 1826-27 in Greene County, New York [1850, '55, '60 censuses], and was a son of 9. Walter and Lydia (Wright) Barlow. He was a farmer and was recorded at Durham, Greene County, in the 1860 census.

William Barlow married Catharine ------ around 1852. She was born around 1828-30 in Albany County, New York [1850, '55, '60 censuses]
Their child is:
Elizabeth Barlow was born in 1853 in Greene County [1855, '60 censuses].
 
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