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                Family Genealogy of Thomas Barlow and Catherine Turner
                                                                             of Centre & Clearfield Co Pennsylvania

........ including the Barlow-Hight Family Bible Record
March 2009 writes:  I obtained the Bible in the late 1980's or early 1990's from an antique dealer in DuBois, Clearfield Co Pennsylvania. I would like to reunite it with a descendant of the original owner. It appears that the original owner was a child of the Barlow-Hight marriage. Photos are also included.   I would trade the Bible for another of like, kind, and quality or sell it, as long as, the person is a descendant.
The Bible records are transcribed by the present owner of the Bible, while the family genealogy is from the research of Susan BARLOW Holmes in order to help locate a living descendant of the family.
 
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FIRST GENERATION
THOMAS BARLOW1, son of Adam and Jane Barlow, was born 20 July 1770, probably in England, and died between 1840 and 1850, probably in Centre Co Pennsylvania

He married CATHERINE TURNER. She was born 12 December 1781, and probably died between 1822 when Adam was born, and the 1830 census, where she does not appear to be enumerated.
BIBLE RECORD, transcribed by Chris Pentz
THOMAS BARLOW, son of ADAM and JANE BARLOW was born July 20, 1770.   He came to America in 1802.
CATHERINE TURNER was born December 12, 1781.
JANE WORTHINGTON BARLOW, born 26 July 1809
ANN DUNCALF BARLOW, born 12 October 1811 
MARY BARLOW
DUNCALF KYLE BARLOW, born 09 August 1819
ADAM KYLE or RYLE BARLOW, born 26 April 1822
Census records, by Susan BARLOW Holmes:
I did not locate Thomas in an 1810 census
1820 Halfmoon, Centre Co Pennsylvania, #98, pg 190, Thomas Barlow:  1 M 45 >    | |   2 F 0<10  |   1 F 10<16  |   1 F 16<18  | 1 F 26<45     Census Image
1830 Halfmoon, Centre Co Pennsylvania, #439, pg 165, Thomas Barlow:  1 m 5 <10 |  1 m 50 <60   | |  1 F 10 < 15 |  1 F 15 <20            Census Image
It appears Catherine may be deceased at this time. The youngest son is apparently Adam.   The son Duncalf, may have died as an infant
1840 Halfmoon, Centre Co Pennsylvania:  1 M 60<70 | |  1 F 20<30             Census Image
Adam is not listed in the household and I was unable to locate him in another census record either.   Thomas is no longer enumerated in the 1850 census, thus he probably died between 1840-1850.
Children of Thomas and Catherine, from Bible record are:
2 i.
JANE WORTHINGTON BARLOW2, born 26 July 1809 [Bible Record] in Sinking Valley, Blair Co Pennsylvania, [History of Clearfield Co Pennsylvania] and died 28 December 1891. [Ancestry.com]
ii. ANN DUNCALF BARLOW, born 12 October 1811
iii. MARY BARLOW, apparently did not marry
iv. DUNCALF KYLE BARLOW, born 09 August 1819  [may have died as an infant]
3 v. ADAM KYLE or RYLE BARLOW, born 26 April 1822
SECOND GENERATION
2.
JANE WORTHINGTON BARLOW, firstborn daughter of Thomas Barlow and Catherine Turner, was born born 26 July 1809 [Bible Record] in Sinking Valley, Blair Co Pennsylvania, [History of Clearfield Co Pennsylvania] and died 28 December 1891. [Ancestry.com]

She married JOB WAY on 14 March 1831. [Ancestry.com] The son of Caleb and Jane Way, [Ancestry.com] he was born 12 March 1807 in Centre Co Pennsylvania, and died 14 August 1882, [Ancestry.com], burial in Plainview Cemetery, Clearfield Co Pennsylvania. [History of Clearfield Co Pennsylvania]
The following extracted from 'Twentieth Century History of Clearfield Co Pennsylvania, & Representative Citizens', by Roland D. Swoope, Jr., Chicago: Richmond-Arnold Publishing Co, 1911, the biography of their grandson, Thomas Laurence Way, shown in it's entirety further down the page.
The children of Job and Jane Way were five in number, namely: Thomas, David, Mary Jane, Robert B. and Adam B.    The survivors are: David, Robert B., who married Maria Blackburn; and Adam B., who married Jennie Blackburn. All of these children were born in Center county and from there Job Way moved to Clearfield county in 1854 and settled on a wild tract of 110 acres, in Pike township. This land he subsequently cleared and it remained his home until the close of his life, his death occurring at the age of seventy-five years and his burial was at Plain View cemetery. His widow survived to be eighty-three years of age. They were members of the Society of Friends.     In his early years he was a Whig in his political views but became identified with the Republican party after its organization.
1840, Halfmoon, Centre Co Pennsylvania, pg 140:  1 M <5 | 1 M 5<10 | 1 M 10<15 | 1 M 30<40 ||  1 F <5 | 1 F 10<15 | 1 F 30<40     Census Image
22 October 1850, Halfmoon Co Pennsylvania, #97/97, pg 266:  Job Way, age 43, Jane Way, age 41, Thomas Way, age 16, David Way, age 13, Mary J. Way, age 11, Robert Way, age 9, and Adam Way, age 4, all born in Pennsylvania      Census Image 1      Census Image 2
05 September 1860, Pike, Clearfield Co Pennsylvania, #1924/1893, pg 1163:  Job Way, age 52, Jane Way, age 51, Mary Way, age 21, Robert Way, age 17, and Adam Way, age 13, all born in Pennsylvania            Census Image
19 June 1870, Pike, Clearfield Co Pennsylvania, #129/127, pg 312:  Job Way, age 63, Jane B. Way, age 61, Mary J. Way, age 30, and Adam Way, age 24, all born in Pennsylvania       Census Image
02 June 1880, Pike, Clearfield Co Pennsylvania, #21/21, pg 97:  Job Way, age 73, Jane B. Way, age 70, Mary J. Way, age 40, and Adam Way, age 34, all born in Pennsylvania       Census Image
Children of Jane and Job are:
i. THOMAS WAY3 born c1834 in Centre Co Pennsylvania. 
4 ii.
DAVID WAY born 12 January 1837 in Centre Co Pennsylvania, [History of Clearfield Co Pennsylvania], and died after 1910.
iii. MARY JANE WAY, born June 1839 [1900 census]
5 iv. ROBERT BARLOW WAY, born 04 August 1843 [Ancestry.com] in Centre Co Pennsylvania, and died 31 July 1921 [Ancestry.com]
6 v. ADAM B. WAY, born 28 May 1846 in Centre Co Pennsylvania [Ancestry.com]
 
3.
ADAM KYLE or RYLE BARLOW, son of Thomas Barlow and Catherine Turner was born 26 April 1822 [Bible Record]

He married JANE LOUISE BECKWITH.  The daughter of Clement Ledger Beckwith and Sarah Matilda Benny or Wibly/Webley, [Rootsweb, Ancestry] she was born 24 June 1828 [Bible Record] or 18 June 1823  [Ancestry]
BIBLE RECORDS  continued...........
ADAM KYLE or RYLE BARLOW, born April 26, 1822   (also shown above)
JANE L. BECKWITH BARLOW, born June 24, 1828
Children of Adam and Jane are:
SARAH EMMA BARLOW
, born January 04, 1852 
FRANCES A. BARLOW HIGHT, born December 09, 1853
ARABELLA BARLOW BING, born January 03, 1856 
(MARY) EDITH L. BARLOW FIELD-STARFIELD, born August 14, 1859
ORLANDO H. BARLOW, born October 14, 1861
LUWELLA BARLOW MULFORD, born September 12, 1864
DORA BARLOW STEELE-HEYER, born October 27, 1868
01 August 1850, Bellafonte, Centre Co Pennsylvania. #134/159, pg 167:  Adam Barlow, age 28, and his wife, Jane, age 27, no children    Census Image
28 July 1860 Halfmoon, Centre Co Pennsylvania, #1397/1441: Adam R. Barlow, age 37, Jane L. Barlow, age 35, Francis Barlow, female, age 7, Arabella, female, age 4, Edis Barlow, male, age 11 months, (should be female), and Hannah Whippo, servant, age 16, all born in Pennsylvania     Census Image
29 June 1870, Worth, Centre Co Pennsylvania, #36/40, pg 823: (Indexed at Ancestry as Barbero)  Adam Barlow, age 46, Jane L. Barlow, age 44, Frances Barlow, age 16, Arabella Barlow, age 14, Edith Barlow, age 10, Orlando Barlow, age 7, Lula Barlow, age 5, and Dora Barlow, age 2, all born in Pennsylvania           Census Image
05-07 June 1880, Reynoldsville, Jefferson Co Pennsylvania, #131, pg 164:  Adam Barlow, age 54, Jane Barlow, wife, age 52, Orlando Barlow, son, age 18, Lulla Barlow, daughter, age 15, and Dora Barlow, daughter, age 11, they and all born in Pennsylvania.     Census Image       Edith is living with her sister, Frances, see below
18-19 June 1900, DuBois, Clearfield Co Pennsylvania, #515/316/340, pg 16b:  June [Jane] L. Barlow, widowed, age 77, born June 1823 in Pennsylvania, father born in Delaware, mother born in Maryland.      Census Image
Children of Adam and Jane are:
i. SARAH EMMA BARLOW3, born 04 January 1852, probably died before the 1860 census
7 ii. FRANCES ANN BARLOW, born 09 December 1853
8 iii. ARABELLA BARLOW, born 03 January 1856 
iv. (MARY) EDITH L. BARLOW, born 14 August 1859.  I did not locate Mary / Edith Starfield or Mary / Edith Field to identify her marriage and family
9 v. ORLANDO H. BARLOW, born 14 October 1861
vi.
LUWELLA BARLOW, born 12 September 1864.  Rootsweb WorldConnect.com shows that she married GEORGE S. MULFORD on 11 July 1888.  The son of Joseph R. Mulford and Harriett Bassett, he was born 16 November 1865.    I was unable to locate them in a 1900 census to identify that family.
10 vii. DORA BARLOW, born 27 October 1868
THIRD GENERATION
4.
DAVID WAY3, son of Job Way and Jane Worthington Barlow, was born 12 January 1837 in Centre Co Pennsylvania, [History of Clearfield Co Pennsylvania], and probably died between 1910 and 1920.

He married 1) ELIZA M. MCGAUGHEY on 17 November 1859.  The daughter of Thomas McGaughey and Elizabeth McPherson, [Ancestry.com] she was born 12 February 1841 in Pennsylvania, [Ancestry.com] and died 09 May 1872 in Pennsylvania [Ancestry.com]
He married 2) HANNAH c1876. [1880-1900 census]  She was born in February 1841. [1900 census] They had no children. [1900 census]
The following extracted from Twentieth Century History of Clearfield Co Pennsylvania, & Representative Citizens, by Roland D. Swoope, Jr., Chicago: Richmond-Arnold Publishing Co, 1911, the biography of their son, Thomas Laurence Way, shown in it's entirety further down the page.

David Way attended the district schools in his youth but his advantages were meager in comparison with those which are now almost thrust upon the present generation. Farming and lumbering then claimed his attention and he continued to be interested more or less in both industries during his active years. Following his marriage he continued to live in Bell township for one year and then moved to Penn township, remaining there two years, after which he came to Pike township, locating on his farm of 106 acres, situated three miles northwest of Curwensville, as previously stated, where he erected farm buildings. He now lives retired on Ridge Avenue, Curwensville, a capable tenant managing the farm. Being a consistent member of the Society of Friends, he has never been much of a politician, but has accepted various township offices and performed the duties of the same to the entire satisfaction of his fellow citizens. He has served as school director, road supervisor and overseer of the Poor and at one time was also elected township treasurer. He is a member of the Clearfield Agricultural Society and belongs to the Grange, taking a deep interest in farming in spite of his years, and anxious to witness the results of modern methods so different from those he made use of for many years. Doubtless he has often proved that practice and theory differ widely. He is one of Pike township's most esteemed and respected citizens.

In November, 1859, David Way was married to Eliza McGaughy, a daughter of Thomas McGaughy, and five children were born to them as follows: Thomas Laurence; Ella J., who married Samuel Smith, of Curwensville, and has seven children - Verna, Maude, Gussie, William, Louella, Ruth and Lester; William E., who resides in the state of Oregon, and who married a Miss Palmer; John A., who lives in Nebraska, who married Ida McMullen, and has four children - David R., Ira L., John C. and Harvey D.; and Martha, the wife of E.B. Way, residing in Center county, who has the following children - Sarah H., Lydia L., David C., Pauline L., Loraine, E. Elsworth and Isabel.
15 September 1860, Bell, Clearfield Co Pennsylvania, #2130/2092, pg 731:  David Way, age 23, Eliza Way, age 19, and Nelson McPherson, age 11, all born in Pennsylvania        Census Image
13 June 1870, Pike, Clearfield Co Pennsylvania, #173/171, pg 315: David Way, age 33, Eliza Way, age 29, Laurence Way, age 9, Ella J. Way, age 7, William Way, age 5, John Way, age 3, Martha Way, age 9 mo, born August 1870, and Sarah J. Way, age 9, all born in Pennsylvania       Census Image
01 June 1880, Pike, Clearfield Co Pennsylvania, #7/7, pg 96:  David Way, head, age 43, Hannah Way, wife, age 39, Thomas L. Way, son, age 19, Ella J. Way, daughter, age 17, William E. Way, son, age 15, John Way, son, age 13, and Martha Way, age 10, all born in Pennsylvania            Census Image
04 June 1900, Pike, Clearfield Co Pennsylvania, #5/5, #1a:  David Way, head, age 63, born January 1837, Hannah Way, wife, age 59, born February 1841, married 26 years, Hannah had 0 children, Verna Smith, granddaughter, age 18, born December 1881, and Edwin L. Cooper, servant, age 14, born August 1885, they and all parents born in Pennsylvania           Census Image
30 April 1910, Pike, Clearfield Co Pennsylvania, #57/65, pg 3b:  David Way, head, age 73, and Hannah Way, wife, age 69, married 36 years, they and all parents born in Pennsylvania        Census Image
Children of David and Eliza are:
i. THOMAS LAURENCE WAY4, born August 1860 in Clearfield Co Pennsylvania
Twentieth Century History of Clearfield Co Pennsylvania, & Representative Citizens, by Roland D. Swoope, Jr., Chicago: Richmond-Arnold Publishing Co, 1911.  

THOMAS LAURENCE WAY, president of the Clearfield County Agricultural Society, secretary of the Grange at Curwensville, and the owner of a well improved farm of 115 acres, located two miles north of Curwensville, Pa., is one of the representative men of Pike township and belongs to one of the honorable old Quaker families of the county. He was born August 11, 1860, in what is now Greenwood, but formerly was Bell township, Clearfield county, Pa., and is a son of David and Eliza (McGaughy) Way, and a grandson of Job Way.

David Way was born in Center county, Pa., January 12, 1837, came to Clearfield county in 1854, locating on his farm of 106 acres, situated in Pike township, and owns a one-half interest in a second farm of 100 acres, situated also in Pike township. He is a son of Job and Jane (Barlow) Way, the latter of whom was born in Sinking Valley. The children of Job and Jane Way were five in number, namely: Thomas, David, Mary Jane, Robert B. and Adam B. The survivors are: David, Robert B., who married Maria Blackburn; and Adam B., who married Jennie Blackburn. All of these children were born in Center county and from there Job Way moved to Clearfield county in 1854 and settled on a wild tract of 110 acres, in Pike township. This land he subsequently cleared and it remained his home until the close of his life, his death occurring at the age of seventy-five years and his burial was at Plain View cemetery. His widow survived to be eighty-three years of age. They were members of the Society of Friends. In his early years he was a Whig in his political views but became identified with the Republican party after its organization.

David Way attended the district schools in his youth but his advantages were meager in comparison with those which are now almost thrust upon the present generation. Farming and lumbering then claimed his attention and he continued to be interested more or less in both industries during his active years. Following his marriage he continued to live in Bell township for one year and then moved to Penn township, remaining there two years, after which he came to Pike township, locating on his farm of 106 acres, situated three miles northwest of Curwensville, as previously stated, where he erected farm buildings. He now lives retired on Ridge Avenue, Curwensville, a capable tenant managing the farm. Being a consistent member of the Society of Friends, he has never been much of a politician, but has accepted various township offices and performed the duties of the same to the entire satisfaction of his fellow citizens. He has served as school director, road supervisor and overseer of the Poor and at one time was also elected township treasurer. He is a member of the Clearfield Agricultural Society and belongs to the Grange, taking a deep interest in farming in spite of his years, and anxious to witness the results of modern methods so different from those he made use of for many years. Doubtless he has often proved that practice and theory differ widely. He is one of Pike township's most esteemed and respected citizens.

In November, 1859, David Way was married to Eliza McGaughy, a daughter of Thomas McGaughy, and five children were born to them as follows: Thomas Laurence; Ella J., who married Samuel Smith, of Curwensville, and has seven children - Verna, Maude, Gussie, William, Louella, Ruth and Lester; William E., who resides in the state of Oregon, and who married a Miss Palmer; John A., who lives in Nebraska, who married Ida McMullen, and has four children - David R., Ira L., John C. and Harvey D.; and Martha, the wife of E. B. Way, residing in Center county, who has the following children - Sarah H., Lydia L., David C., Pauline L., Loraine, E. Elsworth and Isabel.

Thomas Laurence Way attended the Chestnut Ridge schoolhouse. His brother William and sister Ella J., both became school teachers, but he remained at home assisting his father on the farm until his own marriage, in 1882, when he settled on his father's Chestnut Ridge farm for a time, afterward moving to Bridgeport, where he engaged in teaming for L. E. Arnold for a season and then went back to farming. In 1887 he moved to the Col. E. A. Irvin farm and was in the employ of Colonel Irvin for four years, when he bought property near Curwensville and occupied it for two years. Mr. Way then settled on the farm on which he has lived ever since, which is situated in Pike township and is the old Bloom homestead, formerly owned by the parents of his wife. Mr. Way has made many substantial improvements here, in 1889 building his fine barn and remodeling his house, which was erected in 1886. The old farm-house is yet standing and is the residence of Mrs. Bloom, Mrs. Way's mother. Mr. Way has about 108 acres of cleared land. He carries on general farming and stock raising and makes a feature of dairying, selling his milk by wholesale, to the milk depot at Curwensville, keeping about twelve cows and calculating on having twenty-five gallons of milk a day.

Mr. Way was married November 22, 1882, to Miss S. Jennie Bloom, a daughter of Thomas and Ruthanna (Walker) Bloom, and they have had five children, namely. Ruthanna, who married James E. Irwin, a son of William T. and Sarah Irwin, and has had six children - Wava Lucinda, James Byron, Carl Ellis, deceased; Dorothy Jane, Sarah Chloe and Ruth May; Mabel C., who married Monroe Bloom, a son of Allen and Mary Bloom, and has two children - Ansel Lee and Chester Alvin; Thomas Hugh, who married Olive Annie Moose, and has one son, Hugh Lawrence; Edith Lucinda, who married Earl McFadden, a son of Scott and Fannie McFadden, and has had two children - James Harold and Frances Marie, the latter being deceased; and David Elmer, who died April 11, 1898, aged twenty-two months and is buried in Plain View cemetery.

The Bloom family, of which Mrs. Way is a member, is one well known through Central Pennsylvania. Her grandfather, Benjamin Bloom, was born in Huntingdon county, Pa., December 28, 1790, and died August 13, 1878, and was interred in the McClure cemetery in Pike township. He married Sally McClure, who was born October 20, 1792, and died September 14, 1868. She was a daughter of Thomas and Margaret McClure, the former of whom was born in Ireland in 1762 and died in 1832. They had the following children: David, born June 21, 1788; Nancy, born in 1790; Sally, the grandmother of Mrs. Way, born in 1792; John, born in 1796; Polly in 1798; Betsey, in 1802; Wilson M., in 1805; Peggy in 1807; and Thomas R., in 1809. Thomas Bloom, father of Mrs. Way, was born September 7, 1813, near Curwensville, in Pike township. In 1838 he was married first to Hannah Cleaver, who died May 17, 1853. They had nine children: Elvina, Phineas, Harris, Alvin, Clark, Mary, Margaret, Susannah and Thaddeus. Thomas Bloom was married secondly October 30, 1856, to Ruthanna Walker, who still survives and lives on the homestead. She was born November 5, 1831, in York county, Pa., a daughter of Azahel and Lydia Walker. Two children were born to this marriage; Lydia Lucinda, born November 9, 1859, the wife of Isaac M. Kester; and S. Jennie, born May 16, 1861, the wife of Thomas L. Way. Thomas Bloom died November 20, 1892, and his burial was in Plain View cemetery. He was a member of the Presbyterian church. In politics he was a Democrat.

In politics, Thomas L. Way has been identified with the Republican party since he reached manhood. He has served acceptably as school director, road supervisor, and judge of elections, in Pike township, and at times has served on political committees in his section. Since 1888 he has been a member of the order of Odd Fellows and has progressed through the chairs of the local lodge.
ii. ELLA J. WAY married SAMUEL SMITH
iii. WILLIAM E. WAY married MISS PALMER, lived in Oregon
iv. JOHN A. WAY, married IDA MCMULLEN, lived in Nebraska
v. MARTHA WAY married E.B. WAY
 
5.
ROBERT BARLOW WAY, born 04 August 1843 [Ancestry.com] in Centre Co Pennsylvania, and died 31 July 1921 [Ancestry.com]

He married MARIA BLACKBURN on 30 May 1867 in Philipsburg, Centre Co Pennsylvania. [Ancestry.com]   The daughter of John Moore Blackburn and Ruth Smith, [Ancestry.com] she was born 30 January 1848 in Bedford Co Pennsylvania, and died 20 April 1925. [Ancestry.com]
19 June 1870, Pike, Clearfield Co Pennsylvania, #139/137, pg 312:  Robert Way, age 26, Maria Way, age 22, Jane Way, age 1, Joseph B. Way, age 1 month, and George Dilmore, age 14, all born in Pennsylvania       Census Image
I did not locate them in an 1880 census
04 June 1900, Pike, Clearfield Co Pennsylvania, #6/6, pg 1a:  Thomas Way, head, age 24, born February 1876, Robert B. Way, father, age 56, born August 1843, Maria Way, mother, age 52, born January 1848, [married 33 years, 7 children born, 6 living], J. Vincent Way, brother, age 18, born June 1881, Maggie Way, sister-in-law, age 18, born April 1882, [newly married, 0 children], and Clare Bloom, servant, age 7, born December 1892, they and all parents born in Pennsylvania.    Census Image
April 1910, Pike, Clearfield Co Pennsylvania. #67/75, pg 4b:  Thomas C. Way, head, age 34, Maria Way, mother, age 62, and Robert B. Way, father, age 67, married 45 years, 7 children born, 6 living, they and all parents born in Pennsylvania       Census Image
27-28 January 1920, Pike, Clearfield Co Pennsylvania, FM184/194, pg 10b:  Thomas C. Way, head, widower, age 43, Clyde E. Way, son, age 8, Blair C. Way, son, age 6, Robert B. Way, father, age 77, and Maria Way, mother, age 73, they and all parents born in Pennsylvania       Census Image
Children of Robert and Maria are:  [all information from Ancestry.com and census records]
i. JANE BARLOW WAY4, born 15 November 1868 in Centre Co Pennsylvania, and died 06 June 1879 in Clearfield Co Pennsylvania [Ancestry.com]
ii. JOB EDWIN WAY, born 20 May 1870 in Clearfield Co Pennsylvania.    (Shown as Joseph B. on the 1870 census)
He married DORA BLANCHE MILLEN on 04 February 1892.  She was born 29 February 1874 in Indiana Co Pennsylvania.
iii.
RUTHANNA WAY, born 03 December 1873 in Clearfield Co Pennsylvania, and died 28 January 1946 in Centre Co Pennsylvania
She married WILLIAM SOMERVILLE HUEY on 27 December 1899 in Clearfield Co Pennsylvania. The son of James Huey and Ann Wakefield, he was born 22 January 1872 in Huntingdon Co Pennsylvania, and died 21 May 1949 in Butler Co Pennsylvania
iv. THOMAS CALEB WAY, born 20 February 1876.  He married MARY PASSMORE.
v.
MARIA AMY WAY, born 10 August 1878 in Clearfield Co Pennsylvania, [twin to John] and died 09 February 1917 in Clearfield Co Pennsylvania.
She married JESSE W. IRVIN on 17 January 1900 in Clearfield Co Pennsylvania. He was born 08 July 1875 in Clearfield Co Pennsylvania, and died 07 December 1950 in Clearfield Co Pennsyvlania
vi.
JOHN HARRIS WAY, born 10 August 1878 in Clearfield Co Pennsylvania (twin to Maria), and died 02 March 1950 in Warren Co Pennsylvania.
He married MAHALDA F. BLOOM on 29 May 1901.  The daughter of William Porter Bloom and Hettie Bilger, she was born 28 November 1879 in Pennsylvania, and died 02 October 1858
vii. JAMES VINCENT WAY, born 26 June 1881 in Clearfield Co Pennsylvania. He married MARGARET O. 'MAGGIE' c1900.
 
6.
ADAM B. WAY3, son of Job Way and Jane Worthington Barlow, was born 28 May 1846 in Centre Co Pennsylvania [Ancestry.com]

He married PHOEBE JANE 'JENNIE' BLACKBURN on 18 September 1883 in Centre Co Pennsylvania.  [Ancestry.com] The daughter of John Moore Blackburn and Ruth Smith, she was born 27 October 1855 in Centre Co Pennsylvania. [Ancestry.com]
04 June 1900, Pike, Clearfield Co Pennsylvania, #10/11, pg 1a:  Adam B. Way, head, age 54, born May 1846, Phoebe J. Barlow, wife, age 44, born October 1855, married 16 years, 1 child born, 1 living, Rufus K. Way, son, age 11, born August 1888, and Mary J. Way, sister, age 60, born June 1839, they and all parents born in Pennsylvania         Census Image
April 1910, Pike, Clearfield Co Pennsylvania, #69/77, pg 4b:  Adam B. Way, head, age 63, Jennie R. Way, wife, age 54, married 27 years, 5 children born, 1 living, Rufus K. Way, son, age 21, and Cora Way, daughter, age 15, they and all parents born in Pennsylvania.              Census Image
19-21 January 1920, Pike, Clearfield Co Pennsylvania, FM97/104, pg 6b: Adam B. Way, head, age 73, Phoebe J. Way, wife, age 64, and Rufus K. Way, son, age 31, all born in Pennsylvania             Census Image
Children of Adam and Phoebe are:
i. RUFUS KING WAY4, born 25 August 1888 in Clearfield Co Pennsylvania
ii. CORA WAY, born c1895 [perhaps she is adopted, or mistakenly enumerated as a daughter]
 
7.
FRANCES ANN BARLOW, daughter of Adam R. Barlow and Jane Beckwith, was born 09 December 1853

She married JAMES S. HIGHT.  He was born 03 June 1849 in Huntington, Adams Co Pennsylvania.   They are both probably deceased by the time of the 1930 census.
BIBLE RECORDS  continued...........
JOHN S. HIGHT, born June 03, 1849 in Huntington, Adams Co Pennsylvania.
FRANCES ANN BARLOW, born December 09, 1853. 
CLYDE JAMES HIGHT, born January 15, 1883
EDITH LUWELLA HIGHT, born April 21, 1886
22 June 1880, DuBois, Clearfield Co Pennsylvania, #419/457, pg 46:  John Hight, age 24, Frances Hight, wife, age 25, and Edith Barlow, sister-in-law, age 19, they and all parents born in Pennsylvania          Census Image
01 June 1900, DuBois, Clearfield Co Pennsylvania, #239/4/4, pg 1a:  John S. Hight, age 50, born June 1849, Frances A. Hight, age 47, born December 1853, married 20 years, 2 children born, 2 living, Clyde J. Hight, age 17, born January 1883, and Edith L. Hight, daughter, age 14, born April 1886, they and all parents born in Pennsylvania.            Census Image
22-23 April 1910, DuBois, Clearfield Co Pennsylvania, #239/298/314, pg 15b:  John S. Hight, head, age 60, Frances N. Hight, wife, age 56, and Edith Hight, daughter, age 23, they and all parents born in Pennsylvania           Census Image
12 January 1920, DuBois, Clearfield Co Pennsylvania, #239/365/400, pg 18b:  John S. Hight, head, age 70, Frances Hight, wife, age 66, and Edith Hight, daughter, age 31, they and all parents born in Pennsylvania           Census Image
Children of Frances and John are:
i. CLYDE JAMES HIGHT4, born 15 January 1883
ii. EDITH LUWELLA HIGHT, born 21 April 1886
 
Information for the following family from Rootsweb WorldConnect.com and Ancestry.com
8.
ARABELLA P. BARLOW, daughter of Adam R. Barlow and Jane Beckwith, was born 03 January 1856 in Pennsylvania, and died 28 November 1935 in Pennsylvania.

She was married to ANDREW THOMPSON BING on 16 July 1874 in Lock Haven, Clinton Co Pennsylvania by Rev. T.L. Bowman.   The son of John Bing and Melissa I. Iddings, he was born 20 January 1851, in Unionville, Centre Co Pennsylvania, and died 03 August 1908 in Clearfield Co Pennsylvania.   Both are buried in Central Cemetery, Jefferson Co Pennsylvania.
03 June 1880, Reynoldsville, Jefferson Co Pennsylvania, #54, pg 160:  Andrew Bing, age 29, Bella Bing, wife, age 24, and Verna Bing, daughter, age 4, they and all parents born in Pennsylvania     Census Image
08 June 1900, Reynoldsville, Jefferson Co Pennsylvania, #325/326, pg 16b:  Thompson Bing, age 49, born January 1851, and Della Bing, wife, age 44, born January 1856, they and all parents born in Pennsylvania, married 26 years, 1 child born, 1 living             Census Image
20 April 1910, Reynoldsville, Jefferson Co Pennsylvania, #138/152, pg 7a: Bella P. Bing, age 54, widowed, born in Pennsylvania, father born in England, mother born in Pennsylvania, and Robert P. Kockler, boarder, age 18, he and both parents born in Pennsylvania.     Census Image
08 January 1920, Reynoldsville, Jefferson Co Pennsylvania, #511/129/152, pg 8b:  Bella P. Bings, widowed, age 63, she and both parents born in Pennsylvania
Census Image
10 April 1930, Reynoldsville, Jefferson Co Pennsylvania, #511/202/206, pg 9a:  Belle Bing, widowed, age 74, she and both parents born in Pennsylvania, Lizzie Hughes, lodger, widowed, age 63, she and both parents born in Pennsylvania     Census Image
Child of Arabella and Andrew is:
i. VERNA BING, born c1876
 
9. ORLANDO H. BARLOW3, son of Adam R. Barlow and Jane Beckwith, was born 14 October 1861

He married IONA c1900. 
I was unable to locate them in a 1900 census.
16 April 1910, DuBois, Clearfield Co Pennsylvania, #220/65/61, pg 3b:  Orlando H. Barlow, head, age 48, Iona Barlow, wife, age 37, married 10 years, 5 children born, 5 living, Howard W. Barlow, son, age 10, Verna M. Barlow, daughter, age 8, Daisie I. Barlow, age 7, Cecil T. Barlow, son, age 7 and Helen L. Barlow, age 1 year and 6 months, they and all parents born in Pennsylvania.             Census Image 
10 January 1920, Elmwood, Madison Co Pennsylvania, #1527 1/2, pg 12a:  O.H. Barlow, head, age 59, born in Pennsylvania, father born in England, mother born in Virginia, Iona Barlow, wife, age 44, she and both parents born in Pennsylvania, Howard Barlow, son, age 19, Verna Barlow, daughter, age 18, Daisy Barlow, age 16, Cecil Barlow, age 14, and Louise Barlow, age 11, all born in Pennsylvania.         Census Image 1       Census Image 2
I did not locate any of the family except Howard in a 1930 census.
Children of Orlando and Iowa are:
i. HOWARD W. BARLOW4, born c1900 in Pennsylvania  
09 April 1930, Jefferson City, Clark Co Indiana, #802/207/208, pg 11a:  Howard W. Barlow, age 30, he and both parents born in Pennsylvania, Louise K. Barlow, wife, age 27, she and both parents born in Indiana, and William F. Barlow, son, age 2 years, 4 months, born in Indiana.        Census Image
ii. VERNA M. BARLOW
iii. DAISY I. BARLOW
iv. CECIL T. BARLOW
v. HELEN LOUISE BARLOW
 
10.
DORA BARLOW4, daughter of Adam R. Barlow and Jane Beckwith, was born born 27 October 1868 in Pennsylvania, and may have died before 1920. 

She married 1) EDWARD STEELE c1888.   He was born May 1862 in Pennsylvania.  
She married 2) FRANK HEYER and they made their home in Michigan.
18-19 June 1900, DuBois, Clearfield Co Pennsylvania, #511/334/338, pg 16b, 2 doors from Dora's mother, Jane:  Edward Steele, born May 1862, Dora Steele, wife, born December 1870, married 12 years, 1 child born, 1 living, and Walter B. Steele, son, born August 1893, they and all parents born in Pennsylvania.   Census Image
27 April 1910, Muskegon, Muskegon Co Michigan, #48/326/365, pg 15a: (2nd marriage for both, married 1 year, Dora had only birthed one child, living)  Frank Heyer, age 45, he and both parents born in Ohio, Dora Heyer, age 42, she and both parents born in Pennsylvania, and Walter Steele, stepson, age 16, born in Pennsylvania.
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09-10 January 1920, Muskegon, Muskegon Co Michigan, #183, pg 8a: Frank Heyer, widowed, age 55, born in New York, father born in Trafton (German), mother born in Switzerland.    Census Image
Child of Dora and Edward is:
i. WALTER B. STEELE, born August 1893 in Pennsylvania.
 
 
Also included in the Bible Record:  SYLVESTER J. LEPIONKA, born 11 September 1926 
 
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