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  Massachusetts Soldiers & Sailors in the
                                                     War of the Revolution

Compiled by the Secretary of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Boston 1896-1908

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BARLOW — also appears under the form of BARLO

AARON BARLOW
Private
Captain Nathaniel Hammond's Company - Colonel Ebenezer Sprout's Regiment
Service: 15 days --probably in December 1776 -
Marched from Rehoboth to Rhode Island on an alarm

ABNER BARLOW
Granville
Private
Captain Lebbeus Ball's Company
---which marched April 20, 1775, in response to the alarm of April 19, 1775---
Service: 9 days
Reported enlisted into the Army: April 29, 1775
also:
Captain Ball's Company - Colonel Timothy Danielson's Regiment
Muster roll dated August 1, 1775
Enlisted: April 29, 1775
Service: 3 months, 10 days
also:
Company return dated Roxbury, October 6, 1775

AMMITAI BARLOW
Rochester
Private
Captain Earl Clap's Company - Colonel Theophilus Cotton's Regiment
---which marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775---
Service: 12 days
also:
Muster roll dated August 1, 1775
Enlisted: May 2, 1775
Service: 3 months 6 days
also:
Company return dated October 7, 1775
also:
Sergeant
Captain Nathaniel Hammond's Company - Colonel Ebenezer Sprout's Regiment
Service: 15 days --probably in December 1776--
Marched from Rehoboth to Rhode Island on an alarm

BENJAMIN BARLOW
Private
Captain William Cooley's Company - Colonel John Moseley's Regiment
Enlisted: September 23, 1776
Discharged: November 16, 1776
Service: 2 months 1 day
Roll dated North Castle

EBENEZER BARLOW
Granville
Private
Captain Lebbens Ball's Company
---which marched April 20, 1775, in response to the alarm of April 19, 1775--
Service: 9 days
Reported enlisted into the Army April 29, 1775
also:
4th Corporal, Captain Ball's Company - Colonel Timothy Danielson's Regiment
Muster roll dated August 1, 1775
Enlisted: April 29, 1775
Service: 3 months 10 days
also:
Company return dated Roxbury, October 6, 1775

EBENZER BARLOW
Rochester
Corporal
Captain Earl Clap's Company - Colonel Theophilus Cotton's Regiment
Muster roll dated August 1, 1775
Enlisted May 2, 1775
Service: 3 months 6 days
also:
Sergeant
Captain Nathaniel Hammond's Company - Colonel Ebenezer Sprout's Regiment
Service: 15 days --probably in December 1776
-- marched from Rochester to Rhode Island on an alarm--
also:
Captain William Tupper's Company - Colonel Titcomb's Regiment
Service: 65 days in May and June 1777 at Rhode Island
also:
Captain Samuel Briggs's Company - Colonel Cotton's Regiment - General Palmer's Brigade
Marched to Tiverton, Rhode Island on a secret expedition, September 29, 1777
Service: 32 days

EBENEZER BARLOW
Private
Captain Timothy Paige's Company - Colonel John Rand's Regiment
Enlisted: July 5, 1780
Discharged: October 10, 1780
Service: 3 months 15 days at West Point
Enlistment: 3 months
also:
Receipt for bounty paid him by the town of Hardwick to serve in the Continental Army for the term of 3 months, dated Hardwick, April 30, 1781.
See also:   ZACHARIAH SPOONER

EDMUND BARLOW
1st Lieutenant
Captain William Cooley's -9th, also given 5th Company-, Colonel John Moseley's -3rd Hampshire County- Regiment
List of officers of Massachusetts militia commissioned: April 26,1776
also:
Captain Solomon Brown's Company - Colonel Elisha Porter's -Hampshire Co- Regiment
Enlisted: July 31, 1779
Discharged: September 1, 1779
Service: 1 month 6 days at New London, Connecticut

ELIAKIM BARLOW
Middleborough
Private
Captain William Shaw's -1st- Company
---which marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775 to Marshfield--
Service: 3 days
also:
Sergeant
Captain Joshua Benson's Company - Colonel Theophilus Cotton's Regiment
Muster roll dated August 1, 1775
Enlisted May 3, 1775
Service: 3 months 6 days
also:
Company return dated October 7, 1775
also:
Private
Captain Nehemiah Allen's Company - Colonel Cotton's Regiment
Service: 31 days in September and October, 1777
Marched on a secret expedition to Rhode Island

FELIX BARLOW
Private
Captain Samuel Goodrich's Company - Lieutenant Colonel Miles Powell's -Berkshire Co- Regiment
Enlisted July 18, 1779
Discharged August 22, 1779
Service: 1 month 10 days at New Haven, Connecticut

HEMAN BARLOW
Private
Captain William Cooley's Company - Colonel John Moseley's Regiment
Enlisted: September 23, 1776
Discharged: November 16, 1776
Service: 2 months 1 day
Roll dated North Castle
also:
Captain William Cannon's Company - Colonel David Leonard's Regiment
Enlisted: May 6, 1777
Discharged July 14, 1777
Service: 2 months 10 days
Marched to Ticonderoga
Roll dated Blandford
also:
Captain Aaron Coe's Company - Colonel Moseley's -Hampshire Co- Regiment
Enlisted: September 21, 1777
Discharged October 23, 1777
Service: 33 days
Marched on an alarm to reinforce Northern army by order of General Gates

JESSE BARLOW
Sandwich
Private
Captain Ward Swift's -2d- Company
---which marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775--
Service: 3 days
also:
Sergeant
Captain Swift's Company - Colonel Freeman's Regiment
Marched to Dartmouth and Falmouth, September 6, 1778, on an alarm
Service: 10 days
Barlow, Joel
Chaplain, 4th Massachusetts Brigade
Continental Army pay accounts for service from May 1, 1780, to December 31, 1780
also:
Certificate of service dated Boston, September 23, 1782

JOHN BARLOW
Ensign
Captain Amos Turner's Company - General Thomas's Regiment
Commissioned May 19, 1775

JOHN BARLOW
South Hadley
Descriptive list of men enlisted from Hampshire Co for the term of 9 months from the time of their arrival at Fishkill, June 22, 1778
Captain Montague's Company - Colonel Porter's Regiment
Age: 31 years
Stature: 5 feet 8 inches
Complexion: dark
Hair: black
Residence: South Hadley

JOSEPH BARLOW
Rochester
Descriptive list of men raised to reinforce Continental Army for the term of 6 months, agreeable to resolve of June 5, 1780
Age: 19 years
Stature: 5 feet 4 inches
Complexion: ruddy
Residence: Rochester
Arrived at Springfield July 9, 1780
Marched to camp July 10, 1780, under command of Captain Daniel Shay
also:
List of men raised for the 6 months service and returned by Brigadeer General Paterson as having passed muster, in a return dated Camp Totoway, October 25, 1780
also:
Pay roll for 6 months men raised by the town of Rochester for service in the Continental Army during 1780
Marched July 3, 1780
Discharged: December 1, 1780
Service: 5 months 10 days

JOSEPH BARLOW
Private
Captain Timothy Paige's Company - Colonel John Rand's Regiment
Enlisted: July 5, 1780
Discharged: October 10, 1780
Service: 3 months 15 days at West Point
Enlistment: 3 months
also:
Receipt for bounty paid him by the town of Hardwick to serve in the Continental Army for the term of 3 months, dated Hardwick, May 1, 1781.

LEMUEL BARLOW
Private
Captain William Francis' Company - Colonel John Ashley's Regiment
Enlisted: July 22, 1777
Discharged: August 13, 1777
Service: 23 days

LEMUEL BARLOW
Private
Captain Josiah Yale's Company
Enlisted: October 12, 1781
Discharged: October 20, 1781
Service: 12 days
Company marched on an alarm from Lee and Lenox to Stillwater by order of General Rossiter

LEVI BARLOW
Sergeant
Captain John Grannis' Company
Enlisted: July 8, 1775
Roll made up to December 31, 1775
Service: 6 months 9 days at Elizabeth Islands

LEVI BARLOW
Private
Captain Samuel Fisher's Company - Colonel Freeman's Regiment
Service: 8 days in September 1779
Marched on an alarm at Dartmouth and Falmouth

LIVY BARLOW
Sandwich
Private
Captain Ward Swift's -2d- Company
---which marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775--
Service: 3 days
Barlow, Moses
Sandwich
Private
Captain Ward Swift's Company
Return for bounty allowed for service on a secret expedition to Rhode Island in October 1777
also:
Captain Swift's Company - Colonel Freeman's Regiment
Marched to Dartmouth and Falmouth September 6, 1778 on an alarm
Service: 10 days

MOSES BARLOW
Private
Captain Micah Hamlin's Company - Colonel Jonathan Reed's -1st- Regiment of Guards Marched April 7, 1778
Service: 2 months 28 days at Cambridge
Enlistment: 3 months from April 2, 1778

MOSES BARLOW
Sandwich
Descriptive list of men raised to reinforce Continental Army for the term of 6 months, agreeable to resolve of June 5, 1780
Age: 18 years
Stature: 5 feet 9 inches
Complexion: light
Residence: Sandwich
Arrived at Springfield July 19, 1780
Marched to camp July 19, 1780 under command of Captain Clark
also:
List of men raised for the 6 months service and returned by Brigadeer General Paterson as having passed muster, in a return dated Camp Totoway, October 25, 1780
also:
Pay roll for 6 months men raised by the town of Sandwich for service in the Continental Army during 1780
Marched July 11, 1780
Discharged December 11, 1780
Service: 5 months 14 days

NATHAN BARLOW
Private
Captain John Carpenter's Company - Colonel Ezra Wood's Regiment
Arrived at camp June 23, 1778, 7 days after enlistment
Discharged: February 2, 1779
Service: 7 months 28 days at North River
Enlistment: 8 months
also:
Order for wages dated Camp at Continental Village, February 1, 1779

NATHANIEL BARLOW
List of prisoners sent from Newport, Rhode Island, in the prison ship "Lord Sandwich,” and landed at Bristol March 7, 1778

NEHEMIAH BARLOW
Private
Captain Anthony Post's Company of Artillery artificers - General Henry Knox's Brigade pay roll for April, 1778

OBED BARLOW
Sandwich
Private
Captain Ward Swift's -2d- Company
---which marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775
Service: 3 days

OBED BARLOW
Rochester -- probably --
Private
Captain Earl Clap's Company - Colonel Theophilus Cotton's Regiment
---which marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775--
Service: 7 days
also:
Captain Nathaniel Hammond's Company - Colonel Ebenezer Sprout's Regiment
Service: 15 days --probably in December 1776--
Marched from Rochester to Rhode Island on an alarm
also:
Captain Samuel Briggs's Company- Colonel Cotton's Regiment - General Palmer's Brigade
Marched to Tiverton, Rhode Island on a secret expedition, September 29, 1777
Service: 32 days
also:
Captain Hammond's Company; Lieutenant Colonel White's -4th Plymouth Co- Regiment; enlisted July 30, 1780; discharged August 8, 1780; service, 9 days, at Rhode Island. Roll dated Rochester.

PELEG BARLOW
Private
Captain Enoch Noble's Company - Colonel Ezra Wood's Regiment
Enlisted: May 20, 1778
Discharged: February 7, 1779
Service: 8 months 23 days at Peekskill
Enlistment: 8 months
also:
Order for wages dated Lee, September 6, 1779

REUBEN BARLOW
Private
Captain Stephen Churchill's Company - Colonel Theophilus Cotton's Regiment
Enlisted: March 9, 1781
Discharged: March 31, 1781
Service: 23 days at Newport, Rhode Island by order of the Governor on an alarm.

SAMUEL BARLOW
Stockbridge
Private
Captain Job Woodbridge's Company - Colonel Brown's -Berkshire Co- Regiment
Enlisted: July 8, 1777
Discharged: July 21, 1777
Service: 14 days under Major Caleb Hyde
Marched from Stockbridge on the evacuation of Ticonderoga

SETH BARLOW
Private
Captain Samuel Briggs's Company - Colonel Theophilus Cotton's Regiment - General Palmer's Brigade
Marched to Tiverton, Rhode Island on a secret expedition, September 29, 1777
Service: 32 days
also:
Captain Nathaniel Hammond's Company - Lieutenant Colonel White's -4th Plymouth Co- Regiment
Enlisted: July 30, 1780
Discharged: August 8, 1780
Service: 9 days
Roll sworn to at Rochester
also:
Captain Stephen Churchill's Company - Colonel Cotton's Regiment
Enlisted: March 9, 1781
Discharged: March 31, 1781
Service: 23 days at Newport, Rhode Island by order of the Governor on an alarm

WILLARD BARLOW
Sergeant
Captain Moor's Company - Colonel Shepard's Regiment
Continental Army pay accounts for service from January 1, 1780 to October 30, 1780
Reported discharged

WILLIAM BARLOW
Rochester --probably--
Private
Captain Earl Clap's Company - Colonel Theophilus Cotton's Regiment
---which marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775---
Service: 7 days

ZACHARIAH SPOONER
Hardwick
Private
Captain Samuel Billings' Company - Colonel Ebenezer Learned's Regiment
Muster roll dated August 1, 1775
Enlisted: May 4, 1775
Service: 3 months 4 days
also:
Company return dated October 7, 1775
also:
Company receipt for ammunition, given to Captain Barnabas Sears, dated Dorchester Camp, February 15, 1776
also:
Private
Captain Timothy Paige's Company - Colonel James Convers's Regiment
Enlisted: August 21, 1777
Discharged: August 31, 1777
Service: 10 days
Company marched to Bennington on an alarm
also:
Captain Timothy Paige's Company - Colonel John Rand's Regiment
Enlisted: July 5, 1780
Discharged: October 10, 1780
Service: 3 months 15 days at West Point, including 9 days --180 miles-- travel home
Regiment raised for 3 months
also:
Receipt dated Hardwick, April 30, 1781, for bounties paid said SPOONER and EBENEZER BARLOW by the town of Hardwick for 3 months service in the militia

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