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Barlow Family Records

written by: Sir Montague Barlow

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Chapter 1
Norman Origins: Who where the Albinis and the D'Abitots

Chapter 2 Section A
Chapter 2 Section B
The Derbyshire Branch: Descent from the D'Abitots

Chapter 3
The Mower Memorandum 1555-1610 and the case of Barlow vs. Eyre - 1601

Chapter 4
Henry Barlow of Stoke and of Attercliffe: Report of the College of Arms

Chapter 5 Section A
Chapter 5 Section B
The Lancashire Branch: Connection with the Cheshire and Irish Barlows

Chapter 6 Section A
Chapter 6 Section B
Chapter 6 Section C
The Hertfordshire and Essex Branch:
Connection with the Barlows of Slebetch and of Counties Derbyshire and Lancashire

Chapter 7
The American Barlows: Connection with Slebetch

Chapter 8 Section A
Chapter 8 Section B
Chapter 8 Section C
Chapter 8 Section D
A Barlow Pilgrimage in Counties Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Lancashire, Chester, etc.

Chapter 9
Arms of Barlows of Counties Derbyshire, Hertfordshire, Lancashire, and Yorkshire; of Ireland, and of Slebetch

Notes on Canterbury and Litchfield Wills; and on some Derbyshire Deed

Supplemental #1
Supplemental #2
Supplemental #3

Arms of Barlow, Middlethorpe Co Yorks, granted to Thomas Barlow, Mgr.

Edson Barlow says of this book:

The English, Welsh and Irish information on the Barlow family seems to be quite authentic and reliable, and the footnotes do a fair job of giving source references -although I have no idea how we here in the U.S. would go after some of the sources mentioned.

His information on the American Barlows is all screwed up - he probably didn't come over here and he accepted a lot of false information or he drew false conclusions from the bits of reliable information that he had. But his history of the origins of the Barlows seems to be as reliable as there is.

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