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Subj: 1867 Voter Reg

Date: 01/13/98

To: bjlub



I found a Jesse Cole next to Solomon Barron in the 1867 Voter Registration of Hamilton Co. Do you know him? Let's form a little on-line mailing list for Texas and/or southern Barron research. I've done one for Lott and it really is helping. John Barron

Subj: Re: 1867 Voter Reg

Date: 98-01-15 22:49:08 EST

From: Bjlub

To: JBarron933



In a message dated 98-01-14 00:50:42 EST, you write:



> I found a Jesse Cole next to Solomon Barron in the 1867 Voter Registration of

> Hamilton Co. Do you know him? Let's form a little on-line mailing list for

> Texas and/or southern Barron research. I've done one for Lott and it really

> is helping.



Thank you for the Cole clue-will check my database.



John, your suggestion per an on-line mailing list for TX and or southern Barron research has been met w/ enthusiasm. I visited by phone both last night and tonight with Leroy Kelley, and he in turn visited with Karen Robertson (both AOL e-mails shown above). Leroy and Karen descendants of Elijah James Barron and Sarah Sallie Quarles as in James and Jeminah/Gemina ?, as in the probate packet of James BARRON that LK personally secured in late 1970s at Canton, Cherokee Co., GA.



I have not met Karen, however, LK reports she is deeply involved in land research on the above James, that is commonly called James, Old James on the Mountain-to avoid the confusion 'cause of the many James.



John, don't you think Beth Hillis and Linda Barron Wetzel would certainly enhance the list. Recently I heard from a Mary Norr, West Valley, UT., a 2nd great granddaughter of William, brother to Solomon.



Have you ever had any contact w/ Jack BARRON of Topeka, KS? His anscestor is I believe, Joseph Elias B. Jr., shown in the handwritten 1793 will of Joseph BARRON of Sinking Creek TN. that I mailed to you within the last months. LK gave me the info. on JB and he will learn if JB is on-line.



I also want to appeal to a Donna Sarchet, from the William and Prudence line, to participate, in fairness to you since you may be overloaded with this Barron line. Also LK's brother, Carl, mailed some info. to a researcher from I believe Addison, TX on the Wm. and Prudence line. Leroy got into that line and recognized the error. The Addison researcher may have been found by Carl on RSL since I did not find an Addison researcher on AOL and wasn't nearby my 'puter the day Carl found him.



Also, am including Gracie above. Gracie, do I remember if you have both paternal and maternal Barron lines? Have you gleaned anything from the SHUMAKER/QUARLES mailing list? I included your name when I realized some were reaearching a sister to your John Q's sister, Mary Margaret Quarles.



John, please forgive me for being far too wordy. I am sure we will have other on-line researchers to add to the list. Failied to mention that the Kelleys last month had a query from two descendants of Caleb Barron, died in Hamilton Co., TX in 1864 and taken back to Smith Co. TX for burial.



Later, Betty

Subj: Fwd: 1867 Voter Reg

Date: 98-01-20 12:30:55 EST

From: Bjlub

To: JBarron933



John and Gracie, am bouncing two e-mails to you from Karen Robertson. Thought you might like an up-date/ am turning the icecream freezer.



I had difficulty downloading the Barron deed file, sent e-mail file to a friend, engaged Laplink and he was successful w/ Office '97. I have not had an oppurtunity to read the file.



Talk later, Betty

Subj: Fwd: Barron researchers

Date: 98-01-20 12:33:10 EST

From: Bjlub

To: JBarron933



J. and G., second verse from Karen Robertson. Later, Betty

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Subj: Barron researchers

Date: 98-01-19 20:12:05 EST

From: KRobert298

To: Bjlub



Dear Betty,



I telephoned another Barron researcher tonight by the name of Coleen Swantner who lives in Kerrville, TX. She descends from the Caleb line and was most generous with her Barron research some years ago. She probably knows more about the Caleb line than anyone. She is getting a computer (just to do genealogy) at the end of this month and will go on AOL immediately. She definitely wants to be added to our mailing list. She is an excellent researcher and will have a lot to add. She told me that she is most anxious to share the research she has. She also told me of another Barron researcher which she describes as "the premier Barron researcher" by the name of Storey who now lives in Nacogdoches and who previously lived in Mississippi. She will let me know how to contact him. She says he would have much to add also.



When I gave her your name and descending from the Solomon line, she started telling me about all sorts of Solomon Barron information she had accumulated. You will definitely want to visit with her.



I believe there are a lot more Barron researchers out there, all with probably different information to share with us. One researcher will lead to two or three more! I am excited about this research group and where it will perhaps lead us. There will be a better place in Heaven for you for putting this thing together!



I will let you know when Coleen is on-line with an e-mail address. Let me know if there is anything I can do to help you.



Karen R.

Subj: Re: Barron mailing list

Date: 01/15/98

To: Bjlub



Looks like you already have a good core of people to include. I'd also suggest Patrick Harrison in Nacogdoches. I have his e-mail address somewhere. Also, of course, my daughter Lucy at Harvard.



Leroy called me last night, but I couldn't talk at the time and he left a number. That number wouldn't work when I tried to call him back.



I'll try and work up a proposed list of "charter" members soon. I'm doing a Lott mailing list already and might have to beg off and let you edit the Barron one, however. John

Subj: Barron Circle

Date: 01/20/98

To: bjlub



Betty, I got the file from Karen and it was great. Those are exactly the type of information that we need to distribute in our "circle." I think it better, however, in light of computer viruses, etc. not to use file the attached procedure, but instead to just cut and paste text into e-mail messages. That way you also don't have to worry about reading different file formats, ect. That file was done with Word Perfect 6.1 and to be read a person has to have a way to bring it that particular format into their word processor (not that hard of course).



What do you think? John

Subj: Re: Barron researchers

Date: 01/22/98

To: Bjlub



Betty, if you would send me your list of e-mail addresses for Barron researchers I would be willing to get the mailing list started and get the ball rolling. I have some stuff ready to send to the group. John

Subj: Thomas Hudson Barron

Date: 01/26/98



To: lbarron@husc.harvard.edu,bjlub,krobert298,gracieglen



I spoke with Theron Palmer of Salado, TX, this morning concerning his efforts to correct the T. H. Barron historical marker in Waco. He said the folks at State Historical accepted his argument and documentation, but the local DRT lady was still defensive and semi-hostile to the whole thing. He has Barron's pension application for War 1812 which names his wife as Elizabeth Carnell (sp?). I believe that the marker says his wife was a Mattingly which is incorrect as this was his mother's name. Anyone with interest in this should speak up. John

Subj: Re: Thomas Hudson Barron

Date: 98-01-29 17:58:02 EST

From: Gracieglen

To: JBarron933



Dear John & others



I am amazed at how pig headed some people can be in the face of documented evidence!



It may be a good idea for each of us to send a concise letter to whomever stating the facts as we understand them in regards to this issue. I do not have enough info at this point to do so. How about preparing a sort of form letter for us.



Gracie

Subj: Re: Thomas Hudson Barron

Date: 01/29/98

To: Gracieglen



In a message dated 98-01-29 17:58:02 EST, you write:



<< It may be a good idea for each of us to send a concise letter to whomever stating the facts as we understand them in regards to this issue. I do not have enough info at this point to do so. How about preparing a sort of form letter for us. >>





Sounds like a good idea Gracie, but I'm in the same boat. I just know the sketchy outline that Theron Palmer spoke to me about. I'm not even exactly sure where the marker is. Theron is an old friend and knows more about Thomas Hudson Barron than anyone. He said he was going to get back to me soon, so I'll keep you posted. He is not on the internet as yet, but his address is:



John Barron

Subj: Re: Barron Circle Roster

Date: 98-02-01 15:45:12 EST

From: KRobert298

To: JBarron933



Dear John,



Coleen Swantner from Kerrville will be joining us as soon as she gets her computer set up, which will be any day now. I will let you know as soon as I get her email address. Leroy Kelly had mentioned Jack Barron (I think that is his name from Kansas); has he let you know anything?



I thank you for all the work you're doing to get this set up for us. It will be nice to share the research we have accumulated on the Barrons. I love to search deed records and I have been busy getting the deed abstracts onto the word processor so I can attach them and send them to the research group. I have done deeds from Pendleton District, Pickens and Oconee Counties SC on both the Barron and Quarles families. I haven't found all the deeds yet, but I'm still working on it. I have some of the Rabun Co. GA and Habersham Co. GA deeds done too. It's when I start putting it all down that I realize how much I don't have!



Please let me know if I can be of assistance.



Karen R.

Subj: Re: Barron Circle Roster

Date: 98-02-01 15:46:02 EST

From: Rbghill47

To: JBarron933, lbarron@husc.harvard.edu, Bjlub



Dear Barron Cousins,

Good to hear that you are starting the online research- I belong to several others and they have been great and such a resource of information.



I do travel extensively in my job - but, I always have my laptop and can pull down my mail wherever I may be and I will contribute my fair share - I think most of these cousins already have my ramblings, but will gladly share all I have collected over the past 25+ years with whomever wants it.



Bill and Mary Louise Barron may be interested in this list also - their address is:

xitmb@aol.com and also xitmb@juno.com [have not heard from them since Christmas - but feel sure they can be reached at either or both addresses]



I will dig through my correspondence and look for others and get back to you - seeing as I will be working here in Houston until the 18th of this month - I may actually have time to do some genealogy - and least I can always hope. :D



Thanks for remembering me and including me on your list.





Velma Earl Barron

Cecil Earl Barron

Lewellyn Gilliland Barron

Rev. John Clayton Barron

Gabriel Barron



Yours in the Hunt !!

Beth

Subj: Re: Barron Circle Roster

Date: 98-02-02 09:02:28 EST

From: lbwetzel@juno.com (Linda D Wetzel)

To: JBarron933@aol.com



Thanks for including me. Let me know what else you need. You have all

the addresses that I have, and some new ones. So I won't be of any

assistance there.



Talk soon, Linda : )

Subj: Re: Thomas Hudson Barron

Date: 98-02-02 17:10:40 EST

From: Gracieglen

To: JBarron933



Dear John



Thanks for the info. I'd like to be supportive of this effort and am willing to write letter re correcting the info if it might help. Let me know if such a compaign is started.



Gracie

Subj: Barron Circle

Date: 02/03/98



To: lbarron@husc.harvard.edu



Please check my home page and you will find a file concerning Barron entries on the 1867 Voter Registration List for Texas. I hope we can use this web site as a clearinghouse for Barron family information.





John Barron's Home Page





John Barron

Subj: Barron Circle

Date: 98-02-04 11:47:01 EST

From: Bjlub

To: JBarron933



John,



Thank you for efforts in creating the B. Circle. Am in the throes of a flu battle. Am behind in reading my e-mail. Please forgive me in not forthcoming with any assistance to you.



I do have two or three other names to add to the roster. Will contact a Rick Ribble in ?-an excellent researcher. Have not had any contact with him in approx. a year, He has thoroughly researched the Snow line-as in Nancy Barron Snow, sister of Solomon, and is doing further research on the Barrons.



Delighted to see the roster shown in your most recent e-mail. There is an error in Leroy Kelley's e-mail address Charleysa@aol.com =corrected.



I concur with you, will use caution in the use of download files.



Please refer to the deed list provided by Karen Robertson. Please refer to the Henry Barron deed info. Leroy Kelley "sez" he is the Henry shown in the 1793 handwritten will I mailed you several months ago. Have you been down that path searching for your Barrons? Karen has speculated for many years that Samuel and Caleb are his sons. Am well aware we do not want to work without documentation.



There is a letter in the BFN written by Mrs. W.L. Davis to a Mrs.-----Ainswoth including info. abt. Thomas Hudson Barron, Mrs. Davis' line. Will be more specific abt. which BFN# and page number when my body will work. Interestingly, Davis was also quoting from Robert Barron Davis, gg grandson of Solomon/Tabitha 1840 MS. RBD is dec'd., and several months ago Leroy went to Palmer, Ellis Co., TX and was unable to find his work from either RBD's father or brother.



Betty Cole Wienke-please note corrected spelling of my name.

Subj: Barron Family

Date: 02/04/98

To: XITMB



Hi, I saw that you are working on the Barron family. I am developing a Barron on-line research mailing list and web page and would like to know if you wish to be included.





John Barron, Austin, TX

Subj: Re: Barron Circle

Date: 02/04/98

To: Bjlub



Thanks, Betty, will make the corrections and additions. Sorry about messing up your name. Met Carl Kelly and his wife at the library Saturday and really did enjoy talking with them.



John

Subj: your home page

Date: 98-02-06 18:19:29 EST

From: Gracieglen

To: JBarron933



Dear John



Just spent a while with your home page. Found a relative on the 1867 Voter Registration of Texas, but didn't find the direct ancestor I was seeking. Probably too old to care to vote. He died 1870 in Nacogdoches or Angelina Co., TX. The only man named on the list from Nacogdoches Co., TX is relative.



Regards you home page: I found it refreshingly friendly. Not burdensome. I enjoyed looking at all there, and when finished viewing pages, spent time doing searches on your FTM link.



Thanks for the good time.



Gracie

Subj: Re: Barron Circle Roster

Date: 02/07/98

To: f_harrisonpm@TITAN.SFASU.EDU



In a message dated 98-02-07 13:07:50 EST, you write:



<< Where is your home page located and how do I reach it? >>



It is at the following url, Patrick,



http://members.aol.com/jbarron933/index.html



or click on the following



John Barron's Home Page



John

Subj: Barron Circle

Date: 02/07/98

To: jmc@centex.net



Joyce, it's been awhile since we communicated, but I've keep up with you through your good publications. I am editing an on-line Barron research group and would love to include you too. How, 'bout it?



John Barron, Austin, TX

Subj: Barron Circle

Date: 02/07/98

To: jmc@centex.net



In a message dated 98-02-07 22:08:23 EST, you write:



<< John, someone told me just a few days ago to contact you about my dead-end Samuel Barron. >>



Joyce, have you seen the article on this family in The National Genealogical Society Quarterly (edited by Gary and Elizabeth Shown Mills) a couple years back? It is not directly on Barron, but on a family this Barron line married into in Hancock Co., Ga.



John Barron

Subj: Barron Circle

Date: 02/08/98

To: LMayhaN



Linda, I have checked my files and found that your John Barron married Corine Cotrell. His father was James J. Barron who was a son of Gabriel Barron. I have uploaded a descendant chart for Gabriel to my web page.



John Barron

Subj: Re: Barron Circle

Date: 02/08/98

To: LMayhaN



In a message dated 98-02-08 18:41:54 EST, you write:



<< THANK YOU!!!! >>



Your welcome. Our circle member, Beth Hillis, provided much of the details for Gabriel's descendants. Send me your line (down to the youngest baby) and I'll include it in the data base. There are some 4,000 southern Barrons and spouses so far.



John Barron

Subj: Re: Barron Circle Roster

Date: 02/08/98

To: pwjacob@memphisonline.com



In a message dated 98-02-08 21:43:12 EST, you write:



<< The following two more persons would like to be added to the Barron Circle: >>



This is great, Patrick.



John

Subj: Re: BARRON

Date: 98-02-08 15:47:39 EST

From: LMayhaN

To: JBarron933



John,



Would love to join. I like the looks of the page which included an additional surprise for me. My mother's family is Barron, my father's family is Boutotte. Mary Margaret, a daughter of his brother, Jack, married Allen Lott from Marble Falls, TX. What a kick to find that there may be connections both ways! Last I heard, they were still living in Austin area.



Linda

Subj: [Fwd: Barron Circle]

Date: 98-02-08 20:55:06 EST

From: jmc@centex.net (Joyce McMurray)

Reply-to: jmc@centex.net

To: JBarron933@aol.com



John, I have not seen this article, but the next time I go to the library I will try to find it. I live 75 miles from a good library, my local library has a very small collection of genealogy material. Thank you Joyce

Subj: [Fwd: L G Barron]

Date: 98-02-08 22:12:11 EST

From: pwjacob@memphisonline.com (Patrick W. Jacob)

To: JBarron933@AOL.COM (John C. Barron)



John,



Attached is another recent message I sent to Patrick Harrison. This one concerns Llewellyn Gillen Barron, Jr.'s name. In several sources, the middle name appears as "Gilliand" but on the homestead application he signed it as "Gillen".



Patrick



--------------------

Patrick,



I just received copies of the land entry file for L. G. Barron, Jr.'s homestead. On most of the paperwork he signs his name as "L. G. Barron, Jr." but on one he signs in his complete name as "Llewellyn Gillen Barron, Jr.". The deed was signed June 20, 1890. Persons who witnessed his application five years earlier included H. S. Barron and J. W. Jacob. "H.S. Barron" is one of his brothers, Horace S. Barron, and "J. W. Jacob" is James Washington Jacob, my Great Grandfather. One of Llewellyn's sisters was Theodosia J. Barron who married James Washington Jacob. The pieces are beginning to fit.



Patrick

Subj: [Fwd: Thomas W Barron]

Date: 98-02-08 22:26:15 EST

From: pwjacob@memphisonline.com (Patrick W. Jacob)

To: JBarron933@AOL.Com (John C. Barron)



John,



You may want to add the attachment covering the Thomas W. Barron family to your web page. (I sent this to Patrick Harrison a few weeks ago.) Some of the information is not included in the Gabriel Barron tree. If this seems worthwhile, you can then let the Barron Circle know it's

available. Thanks!



Patrick

Subj: Fwd: Barron Research Circle

Date: 98-02-08 22:44:53 EST

From: Bjlub

To: JBarron933



John, may I offer a brief explanation per the group that Patrick is mailing to-abt. your web page. This is a group I contacted last summer re my Shumaker line. They were also Barron desc. You will see there are duplications including myself and Gracieglen. The young woman that is the driving force of the Quarles/ Shumaker web page on Aol is TRB1972@aol.com and quite sure she, Tara Barrett, MO would want to be included.



Thank you for your efforts-THANX!!



Betty



P.S. Karen Robertson as well as Beth, can and will contribute a great deal to this circle. Oops-the rblaine shown had asked to be removed from the roster-pure Shumaker and uninterested in the Barrons.

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Forwarded Message:

Subj: Barron Research Circle

Date: 98-02-07 12:51:18 EST

From: f_harrisonpm@TITAN.SFASU.EDU (Patrick M. Harrison)

Reply-to: f_harrisonpm@TITAN.SFASU.EDU



If any of you are interested in continuing your research of the Barron line, there is a web page hosted by John Barron of Austin, Texas. Contact him at JBarron933@aol.com for information on what he has. He has yet to contact with the Quarles-Barron line of Barron Family but has a lot of information on Barrons.

Patrick Harrison

Subj: Re: Barron Circle

Date: 02/09/98

To: lbwetzel@juno.com



In a message dated 98-02-09 08:54:50 EST, you write:



<< John, there is a mistake. My John Barron married 1) Mary Barron a cousin and Daughter to Samuel Barron 2) Emma Grace Reese. I descend from Emma.

We do think John was the son of Gabriel. I do have the proof that shows the father to his brothers and sisters is Gabriel, but John had already left home. So we guess that Gabriel is his father.

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>



Linda, thanks for your comment. If you will follow the descendant chart closely it shows what you are saying. On page 4, John's second wife Emma is listed and followed by her descendants, including you.



John Barron

Subj: Re: Barron Research Circle

Date: 02/09/98

To: Bjlub



Thanks, Betty, should I contact Tara Bennet or is she part of that group. I get the two Patricks mixed up.



John

Subj: Re: your home page

Date: 98-02-09 08:29:09 EST

From: Gracieglen

To: JBarron933



In a message dated 98-02-06 18:32:52 EST, you write:



<< Send me a list of names and I will look them up on the 1867 voter registration. >>



James William "Jim" Griffith,

Francis Marion Barron,

James "Jim" Sims,

Barton Mooney,

James Walker,



All of the above lived in Angelina or Nacogdoches Co, some as early as 1840s, others in 60s and 70s. I do not have an exact date of death for Francis Marion Barron, but know he was dead by 1870. I did not see his name on the home page list, so he probably did not register. These are all names from my mother's side of the family. Might possibly find one of them in Cherokee Co.



On my father's side of the family I have some lines that I've taken back to the 1600s, but I'm stuck in the 1850s with my mother's side. They reportedly all came from NC, but I've not seen one single piece of documentation to support that. The only one I've found outside of Texas is Barton Mooney who married 1843 in Yalobusha Co., MS.



I appreciate the offer for the lookup.



Gracie

Subj: Re: Barron Circle

Date: 98-02-09 08:54:50 EST

From: lbwetzel@juno.com (Linda D Wetzel)

To: JBarron933@aol.com



John, there is a mistake.



My John Barron married 1) Mary Barron a cousin and Daughter to Samuel Barron 2) Emma Grace Reese. I descend from Emma.



We do think John was the son of Gabriel. I do have the proof that shows the father to his brothers and sisters is Gabriel, but John had already left home. So we guess that Gabriel is his father.



Talk soon, Linda : )

Subj: Barron web site

Date: 98-02-09 12:53:13 EST

From: orn@airmail.net (Brenda Spurlock)

Reply-to: orn@airmail.net

To: JBarron933@aol.com



Brenda Spurlock wrote:

John, I'm excited about the Barron web page, particularly since I clicked on 1867 TX Voter Registration and found my John W. Barron (b. 1824, AL) listed in Hopkins Co.

I'll bet James W. Barron (also listed in Hopkins CO.) is my John's son by a first marriage. He is shown as being there the same length of time as John. When I located John's and Mary Ann Dodson's 1866 Hopkins Co. marriage record, I also came across James W.Barron & Queeny Ann Ward's 1867 Hopkins Co. marriage record.



John was 42yrs old when he married Mary Ann, so is bound to have had at least one other marriage/family. The 1867 TX Voter Reg. shows James was born in Mississippi.



John & Mary Ann show up later on the 1880 Polk Co Arkansas census with their sons Benjamin (b. 1867 in TX) & Richard.



I found a John W. Barron & Julie A. listed on the 1850 Hemstead Co. Arkansas census. Their son James W. (age 5, born in Missippi) is listed & Emily (3). This John is the right age to be my John & is from AL. This James W. would be the right age for a first marriage in 1867.



I would like to fill in the blanks regarding John W. Barron b. 1824, AL. His parents were both born in S.C. If you have any info, I would appreciate so much your passing it along.



Thanks for the Barron Circle!

God bless.

Brenda

Subj: Re: [Fwd: Thomas W Barron]

Date: 02/09/98

To: pwjacob@memphisonline.com



In a message dated 98-02-08 22:26:15 EST, you write:



<< Subj: [Fwd: Thomas W Barron]

Date: 98-02-08 22:26:15 EST

From: pwjacob@memphisonline.com (Patrick W. Jacob)

To: JBarron933@AOL.Com (John C. Barron)

John, You may want to add the attachment covering the Thomas W. Barron family to your web page. (I sent this to Patrick Harrison a few weeks ago.) Some of the information is not included in the Gabriel Barron tree. If this seems worthwhile, you can then let the Barron Circle know it's available. Thanks!

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>



Patrick, thank you a bunch for the contribution. Will try to add it to Gabriel's descendants and reload the web page. One question that I have concerns the 6 year old boy named John in Thomas' family in 1860. He is missing from your list and I was wondering if you knew any more about him. He is one of the 2 candidates for my g-grand father, John W. Barron, who appeared out of the blue in Navarro Co., TX, in 1874 supposedly born 1851 in Louisiana.



For Barron Circle members I have included the entire file that you sent as follows:



Patrick, I finally completed input of the data on Thomas W. Barron which is attached as a generic text file output from Family Tree Maker. (Let me know if you'd prefer this in a different format.) The source for this information is: (1) History of Bienville Parish. Bienville Parish Historical Society, Bienville, La. 1984., and (2) Liberty Hill-Brush Valley Friendship. Cooley Printers & Office Supply, Monroe, La. 1974. I hope this is of value to you.

Thanks for your thoughts about Llewellyn G. Barron. I'm still gathering more data and will let you know if I find anything conclusive.

Patrick

Descendants of Thomas W. Barron

Generation No. 1

1. Thomas W.1 Barron was born January 29, 1826 in Alabama

or Georgia, USA, and died August 15, 1888 in Friendship,

Bienville Parish, Louisiana, USA. He married Martha Ann Green.

Children of Thomas Barron and Martha Green are:

2 i. Marry Anne2 Barron.

3 ii. Nannie Barron.

+4 iii. James Lafayette Barron, born March 05, 1850 in

Alabama or Mississippi, USA; died February 17, 1926

in Friendship, Bienville Parish, Louisiana, USA.

5 iv. Eliza Barron, born 1853.

6 v. Rose Barron, born 1860.

7 vi. William Barron, born 1862.

8 vii. W. Ladney Barron, born 1864.

9 viii. Emma Barron, born May 05, 1866. She married

Langdon Frey.

10 ix. Dora Barron, born 1868.

11 x. Martha Barron, born 1871.

12 xi. Latney Valentine Barron.

Generation No. 2

4. James Lafayette2 Barron (Thomas W.1) was born March 05,

1850 in Alabama or Mississippi, USA, and died February 17, 1926

in Friendship, Bienville Parish, Louisiana, USA. He married

(1) Melissa D. Hodges Abt. 1873. He married (2) Maria Theresa

Raborn Abt. 1881.

Children of James Barron and Melissa Hodges are:

13 i. James T.3 Barron, born April 06, 1874; died June

09, 1883.

14 ii. Allie Ann Barron, born January 05, 1878; died July

27, 1879.

15 iii. Henry Lee Barron, born November 21, 1879; died

February 02, 1880.

Children of James Barron and Maria Raborn are:

+16 i. Irene Bertice3 Barron, born August 31, 1882 in

Friendship, Bienville Parish, Louisiana, USA; died

January 04, 1943 in Ruston, Lincoln Parish,

Louisiana, USA.

+17 ii. James Cleveland Barron, born November 05, 1884 in

Friendship, Bienville Parish, Louisiana, USA; died

August 23, 1967 in Farmerville, Union Parish,

Louisiana, USA.

+18 iii. William Edwin Barron, born July 05, 1887 in

Friendship, Bienville Parish, Louisiana, USA; died

July 20, 1963 in Friendship, Bienville Parish,

Louisiana, USA.

19 iv. Harmon Alphonso Barron, born July 01, 1891 in

Friendship, Bienville Parish, Louisiana, USA; died

November 21, 1968 in Friendship, Bienville Parish,

Louisiana, USA. He married Emma Cockerham Oden

1924.

+20 v. Horace Judson Barron, born September 05, 1893 in

Friendship, Bienville Parish, Louisiana, USA; died

June 02, 1948 in Friendship, Bienville Parish,

Louisiana, USA.

21 vi. Martha Lucy Barron, born October 02, 1898 in

Friendship, Bienville Parish, Louisiana, USA.

22 vii. Cloma Gertrude Barron, born June 09, 1901 in

Friendship, Bienville Parish, Louisiana, USA.

+23 viii. Norman Laurice Barron, born June 12, 1905 in

Friendship, Bienville Parish, Louisiana, USA.

Generation No. 3

16. Irene Bertice3 Barron (James Lafayette2, Thomas W.1)

was born August 31, 1882 in Friendship, Bienville Parish,

Louisiana, USA, and died January 04, 1943 in Ruston, Lincoln

Parish, Louisiana, USA. She married Austin Harris Allen 1903.

Children of Irene Barron and Austin Allen are:

+24 i. Lester Curtis4 Allen, born January 29, 1904 in

Friendship, Bienville Parish, Louisiana, USA; died

September 08, 1973 in West Monroe, Ouachita Parish,

Louisiana, USA.

+25 ii. Austin Harris Allen , Jr., born July 29, 1907 in

Friendship, Bienville Parish, Louisiana, USA.

26 iii. James Barron Allen, born December 27, 1914 in

Saline, Bienville Parish, Louisiana, USA; died July

08, 1970 in Azle, Texas, USA. He married (1)

Elizabeth Davis June 1945 in Atlanta, Georgia, USA.

He married (2) Georgia Faye Tipton August 01, 1945

in Ft. Worth, Tarrant County, Texas, USA.

17. James Cleveland3 Barron (James Lafayette2, Thomas W.1)

was born November 05, 1884 in Friendship, Bienville Parish,

Louisiana, USA, and died August 23, 1967 in Farmerville, Union

Parish, Louisiana, USA. He married Theodoshia Loe January 04,

1909 in Liberty Hill, Bienville Parish, Louisiana, USA,

daughter of Stephen Loe and Nancy Brown.

Children of James Barron and Theodoshia Loe are:

+27 i. Alvin Edwin4 Barron, born January 28, 1910 in

Friendship, Bienville Parish, Louisiana, USA.

+28 ii. Bonnie Elizabeth Barron, born June 26, 1912 in

Friendship, Bienville Parish, Louisiana, USA.

+29 iii. James Cleveland Barron , Jr., born October 04, 1914

in Friendship, Bienville Parish, Louisiana, USA.

+30 iv. Doyle Loe Barron, born June 14, 1918 in Friendship,

Bienville Parish, Louisiana, USA.

+31 v. Beatrice Mozelle Barron, born May 21, 1920 in

Friendship, Bienville Parish, Louisiana, USA.

+32 vi. Franklin Cleo Barron, born December 23, 1922 in

Friendship, Bienville Parish, Louisiana, USA.

+33 vii. Donald Marvin Barron, born February 08, 1930 in

Friendship, Bienville Parish, Louisiana, USA.

18. William Edwin3 Barron (James Lafayette2, Thomas W.1)

was born July 05, 1887 in Friendship, Bienville Parish,

Louisiana, USA, and died July 20, 1963 in Friendship, Bienville

Parish, Louisiana, USA. He married Addie Cannon Butler 1919.

Children of William Barron and Addie Butler are:

+34 i. William Edwin4 Barron , Jr., born August 19, 1923

in Friendship, Bienville Parish, Louisiana, USA.

+35 ii. Marjorie Elaine Barron, born April 27, 1926 in

Friendship, Bienville Parish, Louisiana, USA.

20. Horace Judson3 Barron (James Lafayette2, Thomas W.1)

was born September 05, 1893 in Friendship, Bienville Parish,

Louisiana, USA, and died June 02, 1948 in Friendship, Bienville

Parish, Louisiana, USA. He married Aggie Kennedy.

Child of Horace Barron and Aggie Kennedy is:

+36 i. Angella Theresa4 Barron, born April 22, 1921 in New

Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana, USA.

23. Norman Laurice3 Barron (James Lafayette2, Thomas W.1)

was born June 12, 1905 in Friendship, Bienville Parish,

Louisiana, USA. He married Emily Elizabeth Cummings June 17,

1926, daughter of R. Cummings and Mollie ?.

Children of Norman Barron and Emily Cummings are:

+37 i. Laurice Lavelle4 Barron, born February 15, 1927 in

Friendship, Bienville Parish, Louisiana, USA.

+38 ii. Mollie Theresa Barron, born March 26, 1928 in

Shreveport, Caddo Parish, Louisiana, USA.

+39 iii. Sammy Jo Barron, born March 05, 1930 in Friendship,

Bienville Parish, Louisiana, USA.

+40 iv. Helen Rae Barron, born December 24, 1931 in

Friendship, Bienville Parish, Louisiana, USA.

41 v. Emily Barron.

42 vi. Charles Thomas Barron.

Generation No. 4

24. Lester Curtis4 Allen (Irene Bertice3 Barron, James

Lafayette2, Thomas W.1) was born January 29, 1904 in

Friendship, Bienville Parish, Louisiana, USA, and died

September 08, 1973 in West Monroe, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana,

USA. He married Juanita Kearns 1938.

Child of Lester Allen and Juanita Kearns is:

43 i. ?5 Allen.

25. Austin Harris4 Allen , Jr. (Irene Bertice3 Barron,

James Lafayette2, Thomas W.1) was born July 29, 1907 in

Friendship, Bienville Parish, Louisiana, USA. He married Madge

Estelle Shivley, daughter of Robert Shively and Ruth Cox.

Children of Austin Allen and Madge Shivley are:

44 i. ?5 Allen.

45 ii. ? Allen.

46 iii. ? Allen.

27. Alvin Edwin4 Barron (James Cleveland3, James

Lafayette2, Thomas W.1) was born January 28, 1910 in

Friendship, Bienville Parish, Louisiana, USA. He married (1)

Maggie Ruth Hughes 1937. He married (2) Virginia Estelle

Caskey 1946.

Children of Alvin Barron and Maggie Hughes are:

47 i. Alvin5 Barron, born 1943.

48 ii. Edwin Barron, born 1943.

Children of Alvin Barron and Virginia Caskey are:

49 i. Sandra Kay5 Barron.

50 ii. William Talton Barron.

28. Bonnie Elizabeth4 Barron (James Cleveland3, James

Lafayette2, Thomas W.1) was born June 26, 1912 in Friendship,

Bienville Parish, Louisiana, USA. She married Thomas Larry

Gaddis , Jr. December 12, 1938 in Friendship, Bienville Parish,

Louisiana, USA.

Children of Bonnie Barron and Thomas Gaddis are:

51 i. Caroline5 Gaddis.

52 ii. Thomas Larry Gaddis , Jr..

29. James Cleveland4 Barron , Jr. (James Cleveland3, James

Lafayette2, Thomas W.1) was born October 04, 1914 in

Friendship, Bienville Parish, Louisiana, USA. He married Merle

Polk.

Children of James Barron and Merle Polk are:

53 i. Richard Frank5 Barron.

54 ii. ? Barron.

30. Doyle Loe4 Barron (James Cleveland3, James Lafayette2,

Thomas W.1) was born June 14, 1918 in Friendship, Bienville

Parish, Louisiana, USA. He married Edna Irene Corbitt 1944.

Child of Doyle Barron and Edna Corbitt is:

55 i. James Edward5 Barron.

31. Beatrice Mozelle4 Barron (James Cleveland3, James

Lafayette2, Thomas W.1) was born May 21, 1920 in Friendship,

Bienville Parish, Louisiana, USA. She married (1) Floyd Lee

Walsworth 1938. She married (2) Grady Lee Brooks Aft. 1938.

She married (3) Floyd Lee Walsworth 1964.

Notes for Floyd Lee Walsworth:

Same person as first husband.

Children of Beatrice Barron and Floyd Walsworth are:

56 i. Martha Dianne5 Walsworth.

57 ii. Floyd Walsworth.

32. Franklin Cleo4 Barron (James Cleveland3, James

Lafayette2, Thomas W.1) was born December 23, 1922 in

Friendship, Bienville Parish, Louisiana, USA. He married (1)

Delzie Mae Hughes 1947. He married (2) Hermoine Elizabeth

Stewart Yarbrough Aft. 1948.

Children of Franklin Barron and Delzie Hughes are:

58 i. Sherry Ann5 Barron.

59 ii. Maggie Nell Barron.

60 iii. ? Barron.

61 iv. ? Barron.

33. Donald Marvin4 Barron (James Cleveland3, James

Lafayette2, Thomas W.1) was born February 08, 1930 in

Friendship, Bienville Parish, Louisiana, USA. He married

Miriam Gaye Taylor 1959.

Children of Donald Barron and Miriam Taylor are:

62 i. ?5 Barron.

63 ii. ? Barron.

34. William Edwin4 Barron , Jr. (William Edwin3, James

Lafayette2, Thomas W.1) was born August 19, 1923 in Friendship,

Bienville Parish, Louisiana, USA. He married Lovie Mae Miller.

Child of William Barron and Lovie Miller is:

64 i. ?5 Barron.

35. Marjorie Elaine4 Barron (William Edwin3, James

Lafayette2, Thomas W.1) was born April 27, 1926 in Friendship,

Bienville Parish, Louisiana, USA. She married James Hardy

Bradley 1953.

Children of Marjorie Barron and James Bradley are:

65 i. ?5 Bradley.

66 ii. ? Bradley.

67 iii. ? Bradley.

68 iv. ? Bradley.

36. Angella Theresa4 Barron (Horace Judson3, James

Lafayette2, Thomas W.1) was born April 22, 1921 in New Orleans,

Orleans Parish, Louisiana, USA. She married Dennis Joseph

Campbell in New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana, USA.

Children of Angella Barron and Dennis Campbell are:

+69 i. Sharon Rose5 Campbell, born August 12, 1948.

+70 ii. Dennis Joseph Campbell , Jr., born September 24,

1944 in New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana,

USA.

37. Laurice Lavelle4 Barron (Norman Laurice3, James

Lafayette2, Thomas W.1) was born February 15, 1927 in

Friendship, Bienville Parish, Louisiana, USA. He married

Lillian Matilde Heinen 1951.

Children of Laurice Barron and Lillian Heinen are:

71 i. ?5 Barron.

72 ii. ? Barron.

73 iii. ? Barron.

74 iv. ? Barron.

75 v. ? Barron.

76 vi. ? Barron.

77 vii. ? Barron.

38. Mollie Theresa4 Barron (Norman Laurice3, James

Lafayette2, Thomas W.1) was born March 26, 1928 in Shreveport,

Caddo Parish, Louisiana, USA. She married Robert Emile

Linscomb 1950.

Children of Mollie Barron and Robert Linscomb are:

78 i. ?5 Linscomb.

79 ii. ? Linscomb.

39. Sammy Jo4 Barron (Norman Laurice3, James Lafayette2,

Thomas W.1) was born March 05, 1930 in Friendship, Bienville

Parish, Louisiana, USA. She married William George Terry 1960.

Child of Sammy Barron and William Terry is:

80 i. ?5 Terry.

40. Helen Rae4 Barron (Norman Laurice3, James Lafayette2,

Thomas W.1) was born December 24, 1931 in Friendship, Bienville

Parish, Louisiana, USA. She married (1) ?. She married (2)

LeRoy Treme 1951. She married (3) Clarence Malloy 1966.

Children of Helen Barron and LeRoy Treme are:

81 i. ?5 Treme.

82 ii. ? Treme.

83 iii. ? Treme.

84 iv. ? Treme.

Children of Helen Barron and Clarence Malloy are:

85 i. ?5 Malloy.

86 ii. ? Malloy.

87 iii. ? Malloy.

Generation No. 5

69. Sharon Rose5 Campbell (Angella Theresa4 Barron, Horace

Judson3, James Lafayette2, Thomas W.1) was born August 12,

1948. She married (1) ? Hogedus. She married (2) David Nason

Aft. 1965.

Child of Sharon Campbell and ? Hogedus is:

88 i. Billy6 Hogedus, born July 10, 1965.

Child of Sharon Campbell and David Nason is:

89 i. William James6 Nason.

70. Dennis Joseph5 Campbell , Jr. (Angella Theresa4 Barron,

Horace Judson3, James Lafayette2, Thomas W.1) was born

September 24, 1944 in New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana,

USA. He married (1) ?. He married (2) ? Abt. 1972 in

Michigan, USA.

Child of Dennis Campbell and ? is:

90 i. ?6 Campbell.

Child of Dennis Campbell and ? is:

91 i. ?6 Campbell, born October 21, 1973 in Michigan,

USA.

Subj: Re: Barron Research Circle

Date: 98-02-09 16:31:03 EST

From: Bjlub

To: JBarron933



In a message dated 98-02-09 10:54:03 EST, you write:



> Thanks, Betty, should I contact Tara Bennet or is she part of that group. I

> get the two Patricks mixed up



John, I will attempt to contact the Quarles/Barron/Shumaker on-line group and urge them to connect me. I will also contact Tara Barrett-we initially put this group togother. Will attempt to serve as a buffer for you-and forward any responses in an orderly manner. Patrick Harrison informed the Q/B/S group about your hosting the Barron page-clarifying the Patricks.



Betty

Subj: Re: your home page

Date: 02/09/98

To: Gracieglen



In a message dated 98-02-09 08:29:09 EST, you write:



<< All of the above lived in Angelina or Nacogdoches Co, some as early as 1840s, others in 60s and 70s. I do not have an exact date of death for Francis Marion Barron, but know he was dead by 1870. I did not see his name on the home page list, so he probably did not register. These are all names from my mother's side of the family. Might possibly find one of them in Cherokee Co.

On my father's side of the family I have some lines that I've taken back to the 1600s, but I'm stuck in the 1850s with my mother's side. They reportedly all came from NC, but I've not seen one single piece of documentation to support that. The only one I've found outside of Texas is Barton Mooney who married 1843 in Yalobusha Co., MS.

>>



Gracie, will do some looking on the voter registration. I checked my files on Francis Marion Barron and the following is all I had. I'm sure you have all this and more, but just in case am sending.







Descendants of Francis Marion Barron - 9 Feb 1998, Page - 1





1 - Francis M. BARRON

Born - Abt 1818 NC

Died - 1864/1870

Note - !CENSUS:

Nacogdoches Co., TX 1850 (#104). Age 32 b NC, blacksmith.

Angelina Co., TX 1860 (Homer, p 120). Age 42 b NC, farmer.

!MARRIAGE: Mar Rec Book 1846-49, Angelina Co. in Rec of East Texas 1(1):19.

sp- Mildred Hogue WALKER

Born - 27 Jan 1827 GA

Mar. - Abt 1848 TX

Died - 23 Mar 1911 Nacogdoches Co., TX

Bur. - Swift Cem.

Dau of James WALKER & Mary ?

Note - !CENSUS:

Nacogdoches Co., TX 1850 (#104). Age 22 b GA.

Angelina Co., TX 1860 (Homer, p 120). Age 33 b GA.

Angelina Co., TX 1870 (p 393). Age 42 b GA, storekeeper.

Angelina Co., TX 1880 (ed 8, sh 46). Age 58 b GA. Parents b NC.

Nacogdoches Co., TX 1900 (Etoile, ed 45, p 8). Age 73 b Jan 1827 GA.

!MARRIAGE: Mar Rec Book 1846-49, Angelina Co. in Rec of East Texas 1(1):19.

!BIRTH-DEATH-BURIAL: 1911 Obituaries - Daily Sentinel. 1996. Yesterdays

(Nacogdoches Gen Soc). 16(1):42.

2 - Mary W. BARRON

Born - Abt 1849 Nacogdoches Co., TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Nacogdoches Co., TX 1850 (#104). Age 5/12 b TX.

Angelina Co., TX 1860 (Homer, p 120). Age 11 b TX.

Angelina Co., TX 1870 (p 393). Age 20 b TX.

!MARRIAGE: Automated Archives Marriage Records, #CD 5.

sp- James H. RICHARDSON

Mar. - 22 Sep 1870 Angelina Co., TX

2 - Susan M. BARRON

Born - Abt 1851/1854 TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Angelina Co., TX 1860 (p 120). Age 9 b TX.

Angelina Co., TX 1870 (p 393). Age 18 b TX.

Angelina Co., TX 1880 (ed 8, p 116). Age 26 b TX. A widow with 2 children.

!MARRIAGE: Automated Archives Marriage Records, #CD 5.

sp- James E. BERRY

Mar. - 29 Dec 1870 Angelina Co., TX

Died - Abt 1880 Nacogdoches Co., TX

2 - Blackstone BARRON

Born - Abt 1854 Angelina Co., TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Angelina Co., TX 1860 (Homer, p 120). Age 6 b TX.

Angelina Co., TX 1870 (p 393). Age 17 b TX.

2 - Emily BARRON

Born - Abt 1856 Angelina Co., TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Angelina Co., TX 1860 (Homer, p 120). Age 4 b TX.

Angelina Co., TX 1870 (p 393). Age 15 b TX.

2 - Henry Phipher BARRON

Born - 11 Apr 1857 Angelina Co., TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Angelina Co., TX 1860 (Homer, p 120). Age 3 b TX.

Angelina Co., TX 1870 (p 393). Age 13 b TX.

Angelina Co., TX 1880 (ed 8, sh 46). Age 23 b TX.

Nacogdoches Co., TX 1900 (Prect 8, ed 50, sh 8). Age 43 b Apr 1857 TX.

!BIRTH: IGI Miss. LDS Records.

sp- C. D. ?

Born - Abt 1870 TX

Mar. - 1888 TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Nacogdoches Co., TX 1900 (Prect 8, ed 50, sh 8). Age 30 b TX.

!MARRIAGE: On 1900 census said married 12 years.

3 - I. D. BARRON

Born - Dec 1890 TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Nacogdoches Co., TX 1900 (Prect 8, ed 50, sh 8). Age 9 b Dec 1890 TX.

2 - Nancy BARRON

Born - Abt 1859 Angelina Co., TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Angelina Co., TX 1860 (Homer, p 120). Age 1 b TX.

Angelina Co., TX 1870 (p 393). Age 11 b TX.

2 - Martha "Mattie" BARRON

Born - Jun 1864 Angelina Co., TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Angelina Co., TX 1870 (p 393). Age 6 b TX.

Nacogdoches Co., TX 1900 (Etoile, ed 45, p 8). Age 36 b Jun 1864 TX.

!MARRIAGE: On 1900 census said married 20 years.

sp- Robert AXLEY

Born - Aug 1857 TX

Mar. - Abt 1880 Nacogdoches Co., TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Nacogdoches Co., TX 1900 (Etoile, ed 45, p 8). Age 42 b Aug 1857 TX, laborer.



From the Personal Ancestral Files of:

John C. Barron

510 E. Braker Lane

Austin, TX 78753

(512) 836-0702



This chart was produced by the shareware computer program DESCEND - Version 2.4b, 18 Oct 1996 Copyright (1988-96) by John C. Barron; 510 E. Braker Lane; Austin, TX 78753.

Subj: Re: Barron Circle

Date: 02/09/98

To: KRobert298



In a message dated 98-02-09 20:54:16 EST, you write:



<< Some years ago, I found in the probate records of Erath Co. TX, the following record of a Barron that I could never attach to any of the Erath Co. Barrons. I regret that I did not get the Probate Book Vol. number, but the pages are 486-487. Maybe this will help someone tie up some loose ends.

Application 313.

State of Texas County of Erath: In County Court March Term 1894. To the Honorable County Court of said County, Mrs. Mary E. Barron show that Thomas C. Barron is a boy 16 years old, Annie B. Barron is a girl 13 years old, Mary W. Barron is a girl 6 years old, all minors, two of whom are under 14 years of age, residing in the County of Erath and State of Texas and are without any lawful guardian of their person and estate. That said minors are entitled to an estate of the estimated value of $1000.00 which is situated in Jackson County State of Alabama. That the father of these minors (M.M. Barron) is now deceased, that at the time of his death, he resided in Jackson County Alabama and that petitioner is not disqualified from receiving letters of Guardianship. Wherefore she prays that notice of her application be given as the law requires, and that she be appointed guardian of the person and estate of said minors. Feb. 14, 1894. [Signed] M.E. Barron.

I will be happy to mail a copy to anyone who might be interested.

Karen Robertson

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>



Thanks Karen, certainly might help someone. There were a lot of Barrons who were in Jackson Co. in the 1820s and some came to Texas, Britton Barron of Cherokee Co. being one.



John

Subj: Re: Barron web site

Date: 02/09/98

To: orn@airmail.net





In a message dated 98-02-09 12:53:13 EST, you write:



<< John, I'm excited about the Barron web page, particularly since I clicked on 1867 TX Voter Registration and found my John W. Barron (b. 1824, AL) listed in Hopkins Co.

I'll bet James W. Barron (also listed in Hopkins CO.) is my John's son by a first marriage. He is shown as being there the same length of time as John. When I located John's and Mary Ann Dodson's 1866 Hopkins Co. marriage record, I also came across James W.Barron & Queeny Ann Ward's 1867 Hopkins Co. marriage record.

John was 42yrs old when he married Mary Ann, so is bound to have had at least one other marriage/family. The 1867 TX Voter Reg. shows James was born in Missippi.

John & Mary Ann show up later on the 1880 Polk Co Arkansas census with their sons Benjamin (b. 1867 in TX) & Richard.

I found a John W. Barron & Julie A. listed on the 1850 Hemstead Co. Arkansas census. Their son James W. (age 5, born in Missippi) is listed & Emily (3). This John is the right age to be my John & is from AL. This James W. would be the right age for a first marriage in 1867.

I would like to fill in the blanks regarding John W. Barron b. 1824, AL. His parents were both born in S.C. If you have any info, I would appreciate so much your passing it along.

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>



Thanks Brenda, I plan to put a lot more on the page when I get some time. I wondered who these two in Hopkins Co. were. I thought they might be from the Rusk Co. family that had a John W. and a James. That James was still in Rusk Co., however, in 1867. I'm also looking for a John W. (b c1851 LA) and, of course, check out any that show up. Thanks for the info and maybe some of the other folks can help.



John Barron

Subj: Re: Barron Circle

Date: 02/10/98

To: LMayhaN



In a message dated 98-02-09 22:39:25 EST, you write:



<< I'll send all the information as soon as I have a chance to get it all put in (and as soon as I figure out how to do this on the Internet). I've been on line for about 1 week. >>



LInda, the best thing to do is just start a message and then cut and paste your information into the message.



John

Subj: Re: Barron Circle

Date: 02/10/98

To: f_harrisonpm@TITAN.SFASU.EDU



In a message dated 98-02-10 11:16:55 EST, you write:



<< Yes, the father of Samuel and Gabriel has been proved. What papers on James are you referring to, the probate papers from Cherokee co., Ga? John Barron has the genealogy file on this whole family back to Maryland

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>



Patrick, I'm not convinced that the James Barron who died 1850 in Cherokee Co, GA, was connected to the Washington Co., TN, group. For one thing, he and wife Jemima had to be much younger. I feel sure it was James on the 1850 mortality schedule born 1780 and Jemima was on the 1850 census listed with a granddaughter (I think) as Jemima Barns (age 60, but probably somewhat older). Also, if you check the ages of the daughters named in the probate records, than the youngest one was born c1819. If Jemima was about 45 when last child was born than that would make her born c1776. Am I missing something here? I've put together the following chart for debate and comment.





1 - James BARRON

Born - Abt 1780 NC

Died - 5 Apr 1850 Cherokee Co., GA

Note - !BIRTH-DEATH: Mort. Schedule Cherokee Co., GA 1850. Said died Jan 1850 age 70 born NC.

!PROBATE: James Barron of Cherokee Co., GA. Barron Family Newsletter. 3(2):16.

Named Isaac Barron adm. The following bought items in sale of inventory:

Ezekial Barron, Daniel Quarles, Joseph Barron, Jeremiah Barron, Elijah Barron,

Gabriel Barron, ...

!CONFLICT: DAR tombstone at Talking Rock, (Cherokee Co.) GA, gives JamesBarron

1759-1843 and wife Jemima.

sp- Jemima ?

Born - Abt 1790 NC

Note - !CENSUS:

Cherokee Co., GA 1850 (p 541). Jemima age 60 b NC, $6500 real estate.

2 - Ezekiel BARRON

Note - !FATHER: Probate action for James Barron, dec'd, 5 Jul 1852, Cherokee Co., GA.

Received a full share as heir.

2 - Elijah James BARRON

Born - 1800/1807 SC

Note - !CENSUS:

Cherokee Co., GA 1850 (p 443). Age 43 b SC, farmer.

Cherokee Co., GA 1860 (p 917). Elijah Barnes age 60 b GA, farmer.

!FATHER: Probate action for James Barron, dec'd, 5 Jul 1852, Cherokee Co., GA.

Received share as heir.

sp- Sarah QUARLES

Born - Abt 1805 SC

Mar. - Bef 1825 SC

Note - !CENSUS:

Cherokee Co., GA 1850 (p 443).

Cherokee Co., GA 1860 (p 917). Sarah age 50 b GA.

!MARRIAGE: On 1850 census oldest child age 25 b SC.

2 - Katherine BARRON

Born - Abt 1815 SC

Note - !CENSUS:

Cherokee Co., GA 1850 (p 480). Katherine age 35 b SC.

!FATHER: Probate action for James Barron, dec'd, 5 Jul 1852, Cherokee Co., GA.

Received share as heir in husband Jeffray Beck's name.

!MARRIAGE: On 1850 census oldest child age 8 b GA.

sp- Jeffray BECK

Born - Abt 1814 SC

Mar. - Abt 1840 GA

Note - !CENSUS:

Cherokee Co., GA 1850 (p 480). Jeffray age 36 b SC.

!MARRIAGE: On 1850 census oldest child age 8 b GA.

2 - Rachel BARRON

Born - Abt 1818 SC

Note - !CENSUS:

Cherokee Co., GA 1850 (#1719). Rachel age 38 b SC.

!FATHER: Probate action for James Barron, dec'd, 5 Jul 1852, Cherokee Co., GA.

Received a full share as heir in her husband's name.

!MARRIAGE: On 1850 census oldest child born 1834 GA.

sp- David QUARLES

Born - Abt 1803 SC

Note - !CENSUS:

Cherokee Co., GA 1850 (p #1734). David age 47 b SC.

2 - Joseph BARRON

Note - !FATHER: Probate action for James Barron, dec'd, 5 Jul 1852, Cherokee Co., GA.

Received share as heir through attorny in fact Thomas Barron.

2 - Jeremiah BARRON

Note - !FATHER: Probate action for James Barron, dec'd, 5 Jul 1852, Cherokee Co., GA.

Received share as heir.

2 - Malinda BARRON

Born - Abt 1819 SC

Note - !CENSUS:

Cherokee Co., GA 1850 (p 480). Malinda age 31 b SC.

Cherokee Co., GA 1860 (p 772). Matilda age 41 b SC.

!FATHER: Probate action for James Barron, dec'd, 5 Jul 1852, Cherokee Co., GA.

Received share as heir in husband James B. Kelly's name.

!MARRIAGE: On 1850 census oldest child age 14 b GA.

sp- James B. KELLY

Mar. - Bef 1836 GA

Note - !CENSUS:

Cherokee Co., GA 1850 (p 480). James B. age 33 b SC.

Cherokee Co., GA 1860 (p 772). James B. age 44 b SC, farmer.

2 - Gabriel BARRON

Note - !FATHER: Probate action for James Barron, dec'd, 5 Jul 1852, Cherokee Co., GA.

Received share as heir.

2 - Nancy BARRON

Note - !FATHER: Probate action for James Barron, dec'd, 5 Jul 1852, Cherokee Co., GA.

Received share as heir as Nancy Hays.

sp- HAYS

Subj: Re: Barron/research

Date: 02/10/98

To: jmc@centex.net



In a message dated 98-02-10 13:59:08 EST, you write:



<< John, it is so good to see people find their answers,I am hoping I will be next. You are giving us a great service. I want to put my Barron problem to the circle again with a little more info, hope this is okay. My ggrandfather Amanacis Jackson(Mann) Barron came to Eastland Co. TX after 1882 from Carroll Co. Ga. Son of Oliver Gaines and 2/w Mary Jane Dingler He b.1817 Jasper Co. GA.d.1904 Carroll Co. GA. son of John Barron b1791 GA. d.1867 Carroll Co. GA. ma Polly Head 17 Mar.1811 Jasper Co. GA.

Children other than O.G.

Thomas Jefferson ma Nancy Richards Probably the first born child.

Beaufort ma Jeff Vines

Jane ma Ben Durrett

Alabama ma Adam Whisenant



I don't have any dates on these children.

Polly Head dau.of James Head and Margaret Roberts ma 1795 Olegethrope Co. GA.

John son of Samuel???????

Thanks John, Joyce

PS It is possible John had a brother named Thomas Jefferson.

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>



Let's run it by the group and see if we get any response. I'll check my records too.



John

Subj: Re: Barron web site

Date: 98-02-10 08:11:13 EST

From: lbwetzel@juno.com (Linda D Wetzel)

To: JBarron933@aol.com



John, just wanted you to know, that I got onto your Home Page yesterday, and loved it. Copied some stuff, and will look at it today. Thanks for all your hard work.



Talk soon, Linda : )

Subj: Re: Barron Circle

Date: 98-02-10 09:29:01 EST

From: Rbghill47

To: JBarron933, lbwetzel@juno.com



I am very excited about this Barron group and have lots of information to share that I have gathered through the years on different Barrons - many that I do not know where they belong. I have several CV pension papers that I will send details on, etc - and other docs - to see if anybody can use them or make a connection to my line?



John- in the Gabriel desc. chart I noticed you had a Polly Leonard listed as wife of Samuel - I do not have this information and am interested in that info and sources. Do you mind sending that to me\ or group? The info I have on this Samuel is the probate docs in SC and census records - linking my Mary Barron [ who m. the Rev. John C. Barron - my gggrandfth] I am also searching for the parents of both Samuel and Gabriel - the proof that is. I have some probate docs on a James out of GA, but ? I am not totally convinced that this James is the father to my Gabriel? Does anybody have that proof yet?



I, too have the Lewellyn Gilliland line in my family - I have seen it misspelled many different ways and not sure just as to WHAT the correct spelling may be? I do believe that anybody having this particular name just HAS to be related though. My g grandfather's death certificate and gravestone both read "Gilliland" - not that that makes it correct, but I have also gone down that road in SC searching for the connection to perhaps a "Gilliland" surname somewhere in this line or Lewellyn? Both just seem like surnames to me? <sigh> Inconclusive results there also? I am very interested in the Thomas W line - would love to have that info. Will share what I have also.



I will send more docs later - must run - need to support my genealogy habit and WORK :D More later,



Yours in "the hunt"



Beth Hillis

Subj: 1867 Voter Reg

Date: 02/11/98

To: gracieglen



Gracie I looked up the names you sent me on the registration listing. Couldn't find some of them, but did the following:

Date County No. Prect st co pr born

Mooney, William P 21 Sep 1867 Angelina Co 490 Homer 18 18 -- Miss

Sims, J M 17 Nov 1869 " 562 1 23 9 -- NC

Walker, Thomas R 20 Sep 1867 " 507 Homer 30 27 -- NC (refused to make oath)

Griffith, Alfred 17 Jul 1867 Nacogdoches Co 85 1 13 10 10 Maryland

Sims, Jas L 17 Aug 1867 " 639 4 19m 19m 19m Alabama

Walker, James T 19 Aug 1867 " 1018 7 22 22 22 Texas

Walker, James J 17 Aug 1867 " 1046 3 21 21 21 Texas

Sims, Julius H 22 Aug 1867 " 1143 1 32 11m 11m Ala

Mooney, Thomas 22 Aug 1867 " 1173 3 20 12 12 Tenn





Sorry I couldn't find all of them, but hope some of these will help.

Subj: Barron query/Bienville Parish, LA

Date: 98-02-11 11:38:17 EST

From: lbarron@fas.harvard.edu (Lucy Barron)

To: jbarron933@aol.com



Daddy, I found this in Bienville Parish, LA.



Patrick W. Jacob (pwjacob@memphisonline.com) Thu, 27 Nov 1997 22:17:30 -0600

Seeking information about James W. JACOB(S), Benjamin F. JACOB(S), and John W. JACOB(S) who acquired homesteads in Bienville Parish about 1860. Thought to have emigrated

from Germany. Also seeking information about spouses and decedents of these three men including Tabitha JACOB(S), Benjamin JACOB(S), English JACOB(S), Sarah JACOB(S), James JACOB(S), William JACOB(S), and Cicero JACOB(S) who also acquired homesteads in later years. This family appears to have been closely related with the BARRON family in the same area. James W. JACOB, Jr. was married to Jane L. BARRON about 1878-1880 and lived near Roy and then Ashland.



The Winn Parish Webpage is EXCELLENT. Found Gabriel BARRON on 1865 taxlist there. Other BARRON/BARNS plus some Joseph PETERS (?).



Found this on Jackson Co. WebPage:



Seeking information about Thomas W. BARRON who acquired 280 acres homestead about 2 miles due east of Jonesboro on January 15, 1858. Patrick W. Jacob Nov.25, 1997

Subj: Re: Barron query/Bienville Parish, LA

Date: 02/11/98

To: lbarron@fas.harvard.edu



In a message dated 98-02-11 11:38:17 EST, you write:



<< Found this on Jackson Co. WebPage:

Seeking information about Thomas W. BARRON who acquired 280 acres homestead about 2 miles due east of Jonesboro on January 15, 1858. Patrick W. Jacob Nov.25, 1997 >>



Interesting. This guy Patrick Jacob is in our Barron Circle and appears to be a good researcher. He sent me a large file of Thomas W. Barron descendants that did NOT have the John b 1854 in it. I asked him about it, but he hasn't responded yet. What do you think?

Subj: Re: Barron Circle Roster

Date: 98-02-11 15:00:52 EST

From: neinast@tstar.net (Mark Neinast)

To: JBarron933@aol.com



Hello, I am new to the Barron circle. I am searching for information on a Benjamin Franklin Barron b. Oct 15, 1856 d Feb 18, 1922 buried in Putnam, Tx married a Elizabeth Jane Webb b. Dec 30 1862 d March 3, 1942 buried in Putnam, Tx. Children that I have listed are Leon, Josie b 6-2-1880 in Monroe Louisiana d 1954 buried in Putnam, Tx Callahan County married Martin Luther Nettles, and Willie Henry Barron b abt 1885 in Quachita Parish Louisiana buried in Putnam, Tx. Willie Henry would be my grandfather. I would love any help or any leads as to which direction to go from here. Its great to be a part of the Barron Circle.



Thanks, Kay

Subj: Re: Barron Circle Roster

Date: 98-02-11 15:59:47 EST

From: f_harrisonpm@TITAN.SFASU.EDU

To: JBarron933@aol.com





John, I thought we had laid to rest this question over 15 years ago when I corresponded with you. I don't know who the James Barron was who died on 5 April 1850 in Cherokee Co., Ga., but it wasn't ours. I have a document signed by Isaac Barron, Joseph Donaldson, Phillip Evans, Elijah Barron recorded on 9 March 1850 (signed 4 March) "bound unto the court of Cherokee Co., for $6,000 Admin. Bond for Isaac to make an inventory of the estate of James Barron, deceased. There were at least four sets of James and Jemimah, one in Washington Co., Tn., one in Arkansas, One in Cherokee County and our own James and Jemimah. This person and the Jemimah who was in the 1850 census may have been a nephew and niece. We have never been able to determine.



The children you have listed are not correct: As far as we know, from thirty years of research and review and gnashing of teeth, these are the children of James and Jemimah.



James Barron, born 1752, Talbot Co., Maryland, or Dorchester Co., Md. The family remained in Dorchester until 1758 when they moved to Rowen Co., Nc. They moved to Montgomery Co., Va. 1769. By 1783, they were in Washington Co., NC/Tn. He died 1848 in Cherokee Co., Ga., and is buried at Talking rock. I visited there and the original monuments seem quite old and were undoubtedly placed by someone who had the knowledge of their births and deaths.



His wife, Jemimah Unknown may have been a Stevens or Stevenson or perhaps a Hicks (per the Beck Family). She was born ca. 1755 and died ca. 1855. She was 95 years old in 1850 not 60 years old.



These are their children:



1. Millie Barron, b. abt. 1790, Burke Co., N.C. (not far from Rowen Co.), married Solomon Beck, she died before May 1826, probably in Rabun Co., Ga.

Their children are:



1A: James Beck, b. abt. 1810, S.C., who married Martha Unknown

1B: Nancy Beck, b. 3 Feb 1812, Pendleton Dist., S.C., married Josiah Carter 3 Feb 1829, died 15 Jun 1880, Towns Co., Ga. (Husband Josiah Carter signed for her share of estate of James Barron.)

1C: Jeffrey Beck, b. abt. 1816, S.C., married Katherine Burns on 18 Feb 1836, Rabun Co., Ga.

1D: Melinda Beck, b. about 1819, S.C. married 25 Feb 1836, Rabun Co. Ga. James B. Kelly who signed for her share.



The Beck Family says they have been unable to identify the A. P. Norton on the estate probate. It is possible he was the husband of a Stacy Beck. Stacy, b. 9 Oct 1824, has appeared on some lists of Solomon's children, but no one was sure if she was the daughter of Millie or his second wife, Winnifred Neville Coffee. Note: The William Beck, b. about 1820, S.C. who married Mary A. Unknown also is believed to have been a son of Solomon and Millie; however, he was not named in the Barron estate papers. Jeffrey Beck signed as "attorney in fact" for a Richard Beck we have not been able to identify. William is listed as William A. Beck on both the 1850 and 1860 censuses of Cherokee Co., Ga, so he was still alive.



Most of this information comes from the Beck Family researchers who plan to publish a book shortly, from the estate papers, from the censuses of Cherokee Co. and marriage records of Rabun Co., Ga.



By the way, Marian (Millemar@aol.com) a Beck researcher asked me the following and I did not know: Martha (Patsy) Wall, b. about 1819, Ga. (daughter of William Wall and Rebecca Blythe) married James Barron, b. abt. 1815, S.C. on 7 Feb 1841, in Rabun Co., Ga. The first child of James and Martha was named Caleb. She wonders if James was the son of Caleb or some other relation??? (Don't think he was the son of our Caleb. p.h.)



2. Joseph Barron b. 1791, S. C. married Hannah McClanahan

3. Samuel Barron, b. ca. 1791 S. C.

4. Nancy Barron, b. ca. 1794, S. C. (married Council Hays)

5. Ezekiel Barron, b. ca. 1795 S.C. (married Sarah Unknown)

6. Caleb Barron, b. ca. 1797 S.C.

7. Elijah James Barron, b. ca. 1799, S. C. (married Sallie Quarles)

8. Gabriel Barron, b. ca. 1799 S. C.

9. Dicey Barron, b. ca. 1803, S. C. (married David Quarles)



John, you have some of the grandchildren confused as children of James and Jemimah. You list a KATHERINE BARRON as a child??? Where did you get this? Also you list a JEREMIAH BARRON as a child??? Who is RACHEL BARRON you list as a child??? I believe there were only nine children and the daughters were Millie, Nancy and Dicey. (funny the men received biblical names and the girls not? Is Nancy, Millie, Dicey biblical??



The Beck Family (at least some of them) think that Jemimah was a Hicks. When I pressed the point as to why they list her as Jemimah Hicks, they could not find the reason for the surname. It has come down in the family but there is no documentation I could obtain. so, I still am searching for either Stevenson or Stevens as a possible candidate. (see my genealogy printout)



You might review the abstracts of the deeds I sent you that involved James Barron. on 4 March 1794, John Kelly, Sr., and Nancy his wife of Washington Dist. sold land, the deed in Pickens Co., S. C., a James Barron signed the deed. So, there was another connection between the Washington District of Tennessee/NC and Pickens Co.



It would be nice if we could discover who the OTHER James and Jemimah were in Cherokee County. They may have some connection to our James and Jimimah but I doubt that the Jemimah Barron who was 60 years old in 1850 and was born ca. 1790 could have given birth to Millie Barron in 1791.?????



Patrick Harrison, Nacogdoches, Texas

Subj: Re: Barron Circle Roster

Date: 98-02-11 18:33:07 EST

From: KRobert298

To: f_harrisonpm@TITAN.SFASU.EDU, JBarron933



Dear Pat,



Regarding your last message about the children of James and Jemimah, you forgot to include Isaac who was a son and administrator of James' estate. He was born about 1793 in SC, was living in Lumpkin Co. GA in 1850, and received his portion of the estate on p. 329 of the Cheokee Co. GA estate records, "Retained in my hands as one of the legatees of said estate," $612.00. The 1840 Union Co. GA census has Council Hays, James, Elijah and Isaac living next to each other.



Since there was no receipt of money from the estate for either Samuel or Caleb, I am interested in why you have included them.



Karen Robertson

Subj: Re: Barron Circle

Date: 98-02-12 00:09:14 EST

From: Rbghill47

To: f_harrisonpm@TITAN.SFASU.EDU



Well - I went temporarily insane when speaking of the proof of the pudding on the father of my Gabriel and Samuel Barron - Thanks to Leroy Kelly who so kindly put me back on the right track last night. I enjoyed talking to Leroy - as always - I learn something new or something that I have stored back in the cobwebs of my brain somewhere. Apologies for the "uh - oh" <<G>>



Would love to have the gedcom - :>)



Beth

Subj: Re: Barron Circle Roster

Date: 98-02-12 15:36:04 EST

From: lbarron@fas.harvard.edu (Lucy Barron)



Hello all,



I just wanted to say that tombstones should always be viewed as suspect when they seem to conflict with court records. It was often customary to purchase a tombstone "sometime after" a person's demise. Most probably to defray the already high costs paid for the burial and the execution/administration of the probate. Indeed, among Jews, tombstones are customarily NOT purchased until the anniversary of one's death. They may also have been purchased because family members wanted to "memorialize" they're loved one [i.e. the family members memories about who, what, and when was buried here are getting a little hazy.]. One of my AYERS ancestors has a tombstone that has questionable dates on it regarding the death. And I can't tell you how many stories I have heard from other researchers about tombstone data being wrong for so-and-so ancestor of theirs.



As far as inventories of an estate go, I don't know Georgia law, but in New England an inventory "ideally" was to be delivered to the Courts in a month [or the next session of the Court] of the person's being assigned to inventory it [this can be a good clue as to the death date, if you assume the Court gave the inventory order at the next session following the person's death and the court met "X" (usu. monthly) times a year).



Well, I think I've started to ramble here. I guess my point is, it's a good idea collect more than one piece of data if possible to support an event date, such as a death, to make sure your data is accurate and certain types of sources, such as court or legal records, should bear more weight than others, such as tombstones, if and when conflicts arise.



Lucy Barron

Lexington, MA

Subj: Barron Circle

Date: 02/12/98

To: f_harrisonpm@TITAN.SFASU.EDU



Hey, Patrick, I didn't kick your dog, I just wanted to debate the issue. :-) I don't remember discussing James Barron of Cherokee Co., GA, with you way back when we corresponded, but we may have. At any rate I'm still not convinced, but I do think you are right about my getting some of the grandchildren confused in my hurriedly prepared list of children (wouldn't be the first time). For instance, lets look at the evidence and try to make inferences about who was the James Barron whose estate was probated in Cherokee Co. 1850-52 and separate that question, for now, from the question of who was the father of Caleb, Joseph, Gabriel, Samuel, etc.

On the mortality schedule of 1850 for Cherokee Co., GA, is a James Barron (or Barrow) who died in Jan 1850, age 70, born NC. You listed that bond was given on 4 Mar 1850 to Isaac Barron to make inventory of the personal property of James Barron. He returned the inventory on 5 Apr 1850. I don't know what the law was in Georgia at that time about timeliness in making a property inventory for someone with that much of an estate, but I doubt that a 2 year wait was allowed without some sort of court action. So that is one reason why I question the 1848 death date that you list. I assume that 1848 is the also the death date given on the cemetery monument for James Barron at Talking Mountain. Granted the stone is very old, but no one seems to know whether it was contemporary with the event or not. On the other hand, the DAR citation certainly wasn't and it's credibility in such matters is highly questionable.



It seems likely that Jemimah was indeed the name of the widow of the James Barron whose estate was being probated, although she is never named in any of the proceedings that I have seen. I say this due to the distribution of what appears to be cash money in "Return No. 1" dated 31 Jan 1851. According to the rule of thirds, a widow was entitled to 1/3 of an estate; therefore, of the $2,165.73 total, Jemimah was shown as getting $723.75 which is "pert near" a third. This argument does not seem to hold up, however, because in "Return No. 2, voucher # 23" dated 27 Dec 1851she received $226.50 which was about an average share. Since James' wife was known to be named Jemimah from various other deeds executed in the county, it seems reasonable that this woman was her.



Now on the census for Cherokee Co. in 1850 on page 541 was a woman listed as head of a household named Jemima Barrons age 60 born NC. In the household was also Nancy Holdin age 32 b SC and Sally Holdin age 9 born SC. Jemima was shown to have real property value of $6,500 (a tidy sum). On the slave schedule for Cherokee Co. in 1850, the apparent same woman was seized of the following slaves: m age 21, m age 19, male age 17, male age 12, and male age 10. She was the only Barron that I found on the slave schedule. This group of slaves looks suspiciously like the group listed in the probate proceedings of James Barron (less the woman): Doctor a Negro man $700, Andrew a Negro man $867, Berry a Negro man $830, Jinny a Negro woman $775, Jack a Negro boy $650, and Hale a Negro boy $605. The woman slave may have been living with another family member at census collection time.



Now, Patrick, I'm not advocating that we examine the above in a vacuum without regard for other information, but it seems to me to defy logic that two James Barrons with wives named Jemimah could have died about the same time in the same place. Until this conflict about identities can be resolved and we are able to discriminate between what you think are two James and Jemimahs , the rules of genealogical evidence clearly require continued study and forbid conclusions in spite of 30 years of work and gnashing of teeth. Sorry, please help me see the light.



John Barron

Subj: Re: Barron Circle Roster

Date: 98-02-12 17:04:40 EST

From: f_harrisonpm@TITAN.SFASU.EDU

To: lbarron@fas.harvard.edu (Lucy Barron)





Again, I say that a woman who was 60 years old in 1850 could not have had a daughter named Millie at age one !!!!! Look at the ages of the children of James and Jemima and this whole question becomes useless. The woman age 60, no matter how many slaves she might have had was not our Jemima UNLESS someone is reading the census wrong and the age should have been 90 not 60. You are running up a hill that has no top.



I have an ancestor, John Edmiston who married a Mary Buchanan a month after a John Edmiston married a Mary Buchanan in the same county. If you have worked on genealogy long enough you know that coincidences are a stock in trade. In Georgia, a two year wait for a far-flung family to get their act together and start a probate when they are still looking for a will for the deceased is not unusual. I have the impression that everyone thought James had a will and when it was not found, it stalled the process. I have one family in Georgia that waited FIVE YEARS before they could get organized after the father died intestate. You are looking for things that are not there. Your objection falls on deaf ears UNTIL you find a woman named Jemima that is old enough to have borne these children. This 60 year old woman is just old enough to be our Jemima's daughter!!! Sorry John after fifteen years, your objection is still mute.



As for the monument, I am sure that the information is correct as it was placed not long after James death. Even if they waited ten years, there would be SOMEONE who would know the correct dates. They would not have made mistakes on both of the monuments for James and Jemimah. There is no other information anyone has that shows the correct age of the man whose will is being probated. If he was seventy years old then he would have been 10 years old when he fathered Millie Barron, his daughter, with a one year old wife. Doesn't make a lot of sense does it?????



So, unless you can come up other documented information I don't want to rehash a decades old question that I have answered for myself. I don't care whether anyone else is convinced or not and I have more important fish to fry with my Harrison line. If anyone wants to have some of my information, I will send it but please take me off the circle if we are going through this again. No hard feelings, not mad, but this wastes my time.



Patrick

Subj: Re: Barron Circle

Date: 98-02-12 19:44:17 EST

From: KRobert298

To: JBarron933, f_harrisonpm@TITAN.SFASU.EDU



Dear John,



In the book Inheritance in America, by Carole Shammas, the GA statutes on inheritance in an intestate situation were given for circa 1790 and 1890. It does not appear that there was much change to the 1790 laws until sometime after 1850, so the 1790 law would probably be close to what it was when James died. Here's what it said:



1790: When there was no will, the widow's share, if there were children, was 1/3 life interest in the real property and a child's share of personal property. The division among the children would be equal, except illegitimate children could not inherit from the father (only the mother).



1890: Wife's share, if there was no will, and there were children, was 1/3 for life of lands owned at death; or child's share of entire estate if there were less than 5 children; 1/5 if 5 or more children.



The book does not address how soon the estate had to be inventoried, etc.



I will be happy to check this book for anyone who wants me to check out the inheritance laws in intestate situations for a particular state. For anyone who is trying to deal with North Carolina estates in the time frame of 1784-1795, please contact me as there were major inheritance law changes in 1784 and 1795 that you have to know. This book spends a great deal of time discussing the PA laws, so if you have PA estates, you need to buy the book.



As far as the information that was given to the census taker in the 1850 Cherokee Co. census, could the 9 year old in the house given the information :-)



Until later, Karen R.

Subj: Barron Circle Roster

Date: 98-02-12 21:02:41 EST

From: pwjacob@memphisonline.com (Patrick W. Jacob)

To: JBarron933@aol.com (John C. Barron)

CC: Tepal@aol.com (Karen Palermo)



John,



The following person would like to be added to the Barron Circle:



Karen Palermo <Tepal@AOL.com>



Patrick

Subj: Friends?

Date: 02/13/98

To: f_harrisonpm@titan.sfasu.edu



Patrick, I didn't realize that you were not actively working on Barron research and I had no right to demand that you educate me about your work. Forgive me for being rude. I would very much like for you to continue to contribute to the Barron Circle if you so desire.



It is difficult to edit one of these groups that have so many families involved without sometimes looking like the village idiot and/or stepping on someone's toes. Also, e-mail is so impersonal and it's easy to appear abrupt etc. when you are trying to rush and save space.



Anyway, lets continue to be friends and when you have time and the inclination help us out. By the way, are you familiar with William P. Barron who edited the old Barron Family Newsletter? I'm not sure where he lives now or even if he is still alive. He was very sick at one time with heart trouble at a young age. In some of his last newsletters, he described some very good research on the Maryland group that went back to Barbados.



John

Subj: Samuel Barron - Polly Leonard

Date: 02/13/98





I am still looking for my evidence on this couple. I found the will of Wm Leonard signed 1811 Pendleton Dist., SC, where he named daughters Malinda and Mary Ann (Polly?) and witnessed by Jamison Barron. The missing piece of the puzzle is a document naming Malinda as the wife of a Keith and the sister of Polly Barron, wife of Samuel.



Samuel seemed to have a new wife by 1850, however.



John Barron

Subj: Barron Circle

Date: 02/14/98



To: lbarron@husc.harvard.edu



Thomas Hudson Barron's mother was Susan Mattingly. She married a man named Joseph Dixon first before she married John Barron father of T.H. T.H. consistently said on the census that he was born in Virginia, but no one has found an exact location. The Mattingly family was from St. Marys/Charles Co., MD, and there were Barron families in this area. Theron Palmer, of Salado, TX, is actively doing research into the birthplace of T.H. Barron and would like to hear from anyone with ideas on the subject. His address is as follows: Theron Palmer, 6787 N. Lakeview Dr., Salado, TX 76671. The following is a chart of the family of Joseph Dixon and Susan Mattingly.





1 - Joseph DIXON

Note - !MARRIAGE: Daughter Ann born 1781-1785.

sp- Susan MATTINGLY

Born - Bef 1775 St. Marys Co.?, MD

Mar. - Bef 1780 Charles Co.?, MD

Note - !CENSUS:

Hardin Co., KY 1820 (p 16). Age over 45.

!COMMENT: St. Marys Co. MD, 1790 has a great many Mattingly, Dixon, Greenwell,

Sissel, and other families associated in Kentucky by 1800.

!MARRIAGE: Barron, B.F. 1893. Letter to his brother M.K. Barron.

2 - Sophia DIXON

Note - !MARRIAGE: Stanclift. 1962. Nelson Co., KY, Marriage Bonds, vol 1. p 5.

sp- David ALLEN

Mar. - 6 Nov 1805 Nelson Co., KY

Note - !MARRIAGE: Barron, B.F. 1893. Letter to his brother M.K. Barron.

2 - Ann DIXON

Born - 1781/1785 St. Marys Co.?, MD

Note - !CENSUS:

Hardin Co., KY 1830 (p 375). Said born 1781-1790.

!MARRIAGE: Stanclift. 1962. Nelson Co., KY, Marriage Bonds, vol 1. p 155. Said

over 21 years old which would make her born before 1785.

sp- William JOHNSON

Born - 1781/1785

Mar. - 17 Feb 1806 Nelson Co., KY

Note - ! b - see wife's note.

2 - Teresa "Tracy" DIXON

Born - Bef 1794 St. Marys Co.?, MD

Note - !CENSUS:

Hardin Co., KY 1850 (Dist 2, p 320). Age 49 b. MD.

!BIRTH-CONFLICT: She must have been older than shown in 1850 census as her

step-brother Thomas Hudson Barron was born in 1796 and he was from her mother's

2nd marriage.

!BIRTH-MARRIAGE: Stanclift. 1962. Nelson Co., KY, Mar Bonds. p 46. Said both

over 21 which would make her born before 1794.

sp- John METCALF

Born - Abt 1793 St. Marys Co.?, MD

Mar. - 19 Aug 1814 Nelson Co., KY

Note - ! b - Census Hardin Co., KY 1830 (Dist 2, p 320).

2 - Joseph DIXON

sp- Christina GREENWELL

Mar. - 26 Feb 1813 Nelson Co., KY

Note - !MARRIAGE: Stanclift. 1962. Nelson Co., KY, Mar Bonds. p 90.

Subj: Re: Barron Circle

Date: 02/15/98

To: Rbghill47



In a message dated 98-02-15 20:48:14 EST, you write:



<< I had read and copied an article some time back - composed by Theron Palmer about Thomas Hudson Barron and in this particular article the birthplace of THB was stated as probably being in Kentucky - have the researchers changed their minds since this article?

>>>>>>>>>>>>>



Beth, Theron has told me several times that he felt that THB was born in a part of VA that later became KY. I never really accepted this idea as KY was a state before he was born and I thought the eastern border was pretty well set though I may be wrong. I don't know why he changed his mind and maybe he hasn't but is just exploring the idea a little more.



John

Subj: LA Land Records

Date: 98-02-15 20:48:10 EST

From: Rbghill47

To: JBarron933, lbarron@husc.harvard.edu, Bjlub



Not sure who all may be interested or who may already have these records, but here they are. I asked for all land records for Barron, Barrow, and anything closely resembling that spelling....

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

U.S. Tract Book 57, page 100, William L. Barrow in Twnshp 14 N, Range 6 West, Sec. 11. Entry made 1888 and patent issued March 25, 1896



U.S. Tract Book 58, page 69, lists John Barrow as an entryman for land located in Twnshp 13 North, Range 7 West, Secs. 7 and 18. Entry Date is December 1859. No patent issued



U.S. Tract Book 58, page 66, lists Llewellyn G. Barron as a purchaser for a parcel of land located in Twnshp 13 North, Range 7 West, Sec. 6. Purhase date was Sep. 21, 1881. A patent was issued June 20, 1890.



Sarah Jane Barron is listed in U. S. Tract Book 59, page 24, as purchaser of land in Twnshp 13 North, Range 8 West, Sec. 1. Purchase date was July of 1900. A patent was issued June 30, 1906.



U.S. Tract Book 59, page 26, shows that Llewellyn G. Barrow, Sr. made application to homestead land in Twnshp 13 North, Range 8 West, Sec. 12, on February 11, 1884. The homestead was canceled by relinquishment in 1886.



Llewellyn G., Barron, listed in U. S. Tract Book 59, page 35, purchased land in Twnshp 14, North, Range 8 West, Sec 11, in November of 1859. No patent was issued .



Llewellyn G. Barron is listed twice on page 36 of U.S. Tract book 59. This land is in Twnshp 14 North, Range 8 West, Sec 14. One entry was in September 1857 and the other in September 1858. No patent was issued on either entry.



U. S. Tract Book 56, page 67. " On July 9, 1858 Gabriel Barron purchased 119.20 acres of land from the United States for fifty cents per acre. The land is located in the w/2 of NW/4, and the NW/4 of the SW/4 of Section 11, Twnshp 8 North, Range 4 West. A federal patent was issued on April 2, 1860."



In searching the plat maps the land purchased by Gabriel was originallly in Winn PA - then Natchitoches PA and is now present day Grant PA. I have not sent off to VA for the original patent of this land. There was no receipt of the purchase located in the State Land Office in Baton Rouge and the clerk advised me that the records are kept for the FIRST owners. Any conveyance of land after the first owner should appear in the records of the courthouse in the parish in which the land is located.



I looked at the other townships, ranges, etc and most are located in NW corner of Natchitoches PA - NW corner of Natchitoches PA - NE Natchitoches PA - NE Bienville PA and E to central Bienville PA - all around the general vicinity...



Hope this helps somebody. Until later



Beth

Subj: Re: Barron Circle

Date: 98-02-15 20:48:14 EST

From: Rbghill47

To: JBarron933, lbarron@husc.harvard.edu, Bjlub



I had read and copied an article some time back - composed by Theron Palmer about Thomas Hudson Barron and in this particular article the birthplace of THB was stated as probably being in Kentucky - have the researchers changed their minds since this article? I am not sure of the date of this, but is probably in the 1980's.?



I have always been interested in THB as I felt there was a connection somewhere with ours - going back to my gg uncle, Martin Van Buren Barron, [half brother to Rev. John Clayton Barron] according to his CV pension application, he was in Falls County - Blevins to be exact from the fall of 1885 to 1886 - I realize that this is after the death of THB, but why would this blind and invalid man be there and who is taking care of him? Relatives - I would think. I have not found any other Barron folks there at that time.



Martin Van Buren Barron also lived in Limestone County from 1866 to 1872 - who did he live with then? The only Barron family I found there is that of David Barron, 1812-1869. Does anybody know of this David Barron and his family?



I guess for those of you who are not familiar with my gg uncle, mentioned above - he gave his itinerary of living abodes\activities\battles in CV, etc. from 1864 to the time of his pension application. I have been following this for some time trying to find the correlation and relationship between the families he lived with. I know he was invalid and blind and depended upon others to take care of him. My grandfather, Cecil Earl Barron personally told me stories of his "Uncle Vannie" when he lived with them for several years in Bell Co. TX - virtually had to be led around and even taken to the 'outdoor john' ,a duty none of the children liked to do, but was assigned to do so. Martin Van Buren not only lived with my ggrandfather and his family in Bell Co - but in Leon Co., Mitchell Co., Coleman Co., Falls Co., Freestone Co., Navarro Co., Ellis Co. VanZandt Co. and finally in Hamilton County [1910 census]with his great niece, Annie Barron Smith - I have yet to find his burial place and has been one of those thorns in my side for many years.

Anybody know anything about Martin Van Buren Barron [ 1840- 1911?] not listed in 1920 census with same family in Hamilton Co. and my g grandfather had left for NM around 1908 - I summize Martin did not want to travel the distance to NM and that is why he was left with the Smith family in Hamilton Co?



Now, I am rambling, so I will close.



Thanks, Beth

Subj: Re: Barron

Date: 98-02-16 08:28:45 EST

From: Memarle

To: JBarron933



Charles Wesley Barron born 4-6-1862, place of birth unknown. Maybe in AL or MS 11-6-1884 married Helena "Lena" Browning. Lena was born 10-3-1866 in Florida.



Their children were:



Annie Blanch 9-17-1885 married George Winn Morton



John Wesley 1- -1888 married 1st Jennie Plunkett 2nd Bessie Sides



Emmette Leander 8-17-1889 married 1st Clytie Terescena Watson 2nd Cora

Cockran

Dora Bell 6-4-1892 married Charlie T. Thornton



My line is Emmette Leander Barron - He had three daughters no son



There is a Pete Barron still living I think he was John W. 's son. I don't have his address but will try to get it. My mother-in-law Sibyl Barron Lee has a memory problelm but she may be able to remember the town He lives in.



I hope you have some information on Charles Wesley Barron. I have not been able to find anything. Pete said his father did not know the name of his grandparents either.



Martha Gibson Lee

Subj: Barron Circle

Date: 02/16/98

To: Memarle



In a message dated 98-02-16 08:28:45 EST, you write:



<< Charles Wesley Barron born 4-6-1862, place of birth unknown. Maybe in AL or MS 11-6-1884 married Helena "Lena" Browning. Lena was born 10-3-1866 in Florida.

Their children were:

Annie Blanch 9-17-1885 married George Winn Morton

John Wesley 1- -1888 married 1st Jennie Plunkett 2nd Bessie Sides

Emmette Leander 8-17-1889 married 1st Clytie Terescena Watson 2nd Cora Cockran

Dora Bell 6-4-1892 married Charlie T. Thornton

My line is Emmette Leander Barron - He had three daughters no son

There is a Pete Barron still living I think he was John W. 's son. I don't have his address but will try to get it. My mother-in-law Sibyl Barron Lee has a memory problem but she may be able to remember the town He lives in. I hope you have some information on Charles Wesley Barron. I have not been able to find anything. Pete said his father did not know the name of his grandparents either.



Martha Gibson Lee

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Martha, I am sending your comments around our Barron Circle group in hope that some can help. I have a little bit of information on him mostly from census data and I will send it later.



John Barron

Subj: Barron Circle

Date: 02/16/98



To: lbarron@husc.harvard.edu



I am looking for the parents of CHARLES WESLEY BARRON born 4-6-1862, maybe in Alabama or Mississippi. He came to Rusk Co., Texas as a teenager with two brothers, WADE and WYLIE BARRON. He never told his children where he was from or the names of his parents. The Census show him born in AL one time and in MS another time. He married and lived in Rusk Co., TX the rest of his life. He died 5-4-1931.

==========================



Am very much interested in your query. I have seen Wade Barron on the 1900 census and felt that he was the Wade in the household of Wm Barron of Jackson Par., LA in 1860. This Wade may have been a cousin of my ancestor, John W. Barron, who I think was a son of Charles Barron of Jackson Par.



John Barron

Subj: Barron Circle

Date: 02/16/98

To: memarle



Martha, the following are descendant charts of the information in my files. It includes Charles Wesley Barron and also Charles Barron of Jackson Par. and his possible brother William. I found William in 1860 but not thereafter. He had sons named Wade and Charles (see last record in the chart). How valid do your consider the birth date you have for Charles? Did it come from a death certificate? If so it could be off a year or two as William's Charles was born in 1860. How did you obtain the names of his brother? Let me know if you see any clues.



John Barron





1 - Charles Wesley BARRON

Born - 16 Apr 1862 AL

Died - 4 May 1931 Rusk Co., TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Rusk Co., TX 1900 (Prect 8, ed 92, sh 6). Age 38 b Apr 1862 AL, farmer.

!PARENTS: On 1900 census said born AL.

!BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: Smith, Joan (Rt 2 Box 106-B, Kilgore, TX 75662). 1985. Pedigree chart in Barron Family Newsletter. 5(3):23.

!MARRIAGE-DEATH: Smith, Joan (Rt 2 Box 106-B, Kilgore, TX 75662). 1984. Query in East Texas Family Records. 8(3):41.

sp- Lena BROWNING

Born - 3 Oct 1866

Mar. - 6 Nov 1884 Rusk Co., TX

Died - 15 Dec 1897

Bur. - Pirtle Meth. Cem, Rusk Co., TX

Note - !BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: Smith, Joan (Rt 2 Box 106-B, Kilgore, TX 75662). 1985.

Pedigree chart in Barron Family Newsletter. 5(3):23.

!DEATH: On 1900 census husband said he was a widow with children ages 14-7.

!BURIAL: Records of East Texas. 1(2):57.

2 - Annie Blanche BARRON

Born - 17 Sep 1885 Rusk Co., TX

Died - 24 Sep 1971 Gregg Co., TX

Bur. - Hickory Grove, Rusk Co., TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Rusk Co., TX 1900 (Prect 8, ed 92, sh 6). Age 14 b Sep 1885 TX.

!BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH-BURIAL: Smith, Joan (Rt 2 Box 106-B, Kilgore, TX 75662).

1985. FGS in Barron Family Newsletter. 5(3):22.

sp- George Winn MORTON

Born - 24 Jan 1881 Rusk Co., TX

Mar. - 22 Mar 1900 Rusk Co., TX

Died - 24 Jan 1927 Rusk Co., TX

Note - !BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: Smith, Joan (Rt 2 Box 106-B, Kilgore, TX 75662). 1985.

Pedigree chart in Barron Family Newsletter. 5(3):23.

3 - Joan MORTON

Born - 23 Dec 1931 Rusk Co., TX

Note - !BIRTH: Smith, Joan (Rt 2 Box 106-B, Kilgore, TX 75662). 1985. Pedigree chart

in Barron Family Newsletter. 5(3):23.

2 - John Wesley BARRON

Born - 2 Jan 1888 Rusk Co., TX

Died - Dec 1939 Rusk Co., TX

Bur. - Caddo Mills Cem., Rusk Co., TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Rusk Co., TX 1900 (Prect 8, ed 92, sh 6). Age 12 b Jan 1888 TX.

!BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH-BURIAL: Smith, Joan (Rt 2 Box 106-B, Kilgore, TX 75662).

1985. FGS in Barron Family Newsletter. 5(3):22.

sp- Jennie PLUNKETT

Mar. - 13 Aug 1905 Rusk Co., TX

2 - Emmett Lee Andrew BARRON

Born - 17 Aug 1889 Rusk Co., TX

Died - 1 Jan 1981 Kilgore, Gregg Co., TX

Bur. - Hickory Grove, Rusk Co., TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Rusk Co., TX 1900 (Prect 8, ed 92, sh 6). Age 10 b Aug 1889 TX.

!BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH-BURIAL: Smith, Joan (Rt 2 Box 106-B, Kilgore, TX 75662).

1985. FGS in Barron Family Newsletter. 5(3):22.

sp- Cytic WATSON

2 - Donna Belle BARRON

Born - 4 May 1893 Rusk Co., TX

Died - 3 Jan 1985 Rusk Co., TX

Bur. - Hickory Grove, Rusk Co., TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Rusk Co., TX 1900 (Prect 8, ed 92, sh 6). Age 7 b May 1893 TX.

!BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH-BURIAL: Smith, Joan (Rt 2 Box 106-B, Kilgore, TX 75662).

1985. FGS in Barron Family Newsletter. 5(3):22.

sp- C. F. THORNTON

Mar. - 22 Jan 1912 Eldersville, TX

sp- Gertrude WASHBURN

Mar. - 1905



BEGINNING ANOTHER LINE OF DESCENDANTS

1 - Charles BARRON

Born - Abt 1822 AL

Died - Aft 1880 Jackson Par., LA

Note - !CENSUS:

Jackson Par., LA 1850 (p 387). Age 28 b AL, farmer.

Jackson Par., LA 1860 (Vernon, p 467). Age 38 b AL, farmer.

Jackson Par., LA 1880 (ed 36, sheet 43). Age 58 b AL, farmer.

!PARENTS: On 1880 census said parents born AL.

!MARRIAGE: Gandrud. 1960. Albama Records, vol 196. p 71.

!LAND: On 1850 census he did not own any real estate.

sp- Ann Eliza BROWN

Born - Abt 1822 AL

Mar. - 17 Nov 1840 Montgomery Co., AL

Died - Aft 1880 Jackson Par., LA

Note - !CENSUS:

Jackson Par., LA 1850 (p 387). Age 28 b AL.

Jackson Par., LA 1860 (Vernon, p 467). Age 38 b AL.

Jackson Par., LA 1880 (ed 36, sheet 43). Age 57 b AL.

!MARRIAGE: Gandrud. 1960. Albama Records, vol 196. p 71.

2 - Ellen BARRON

Born - Abt 1843/1844 Jackson Par., LA

Note - !CENSUS:

Jackson Par., LA 1850 (p 387). Elender age 7 b LA.

Jackson Par., LA 1860 (Vernon, p 467). Age 16 b LA.

!MARRIAGE: Talbird, Mr.& Mrs. Paul (306 Laurel Grove Dr; Monroe, LA 71203).

1993. Ancestral File 4.16, LDS.

sp- Caleb MILLER

2 - John W. BARRON

Born - Abt 1846 LA

Note - !CENSUS:

Jackson Par., LA 1850 (p 387). Age 5 b LA.

Jackson Par., LA 1860 (Vernon, p 467). Age 14 b LA.

2 - William H. BARRON

Born - Abt 1847/1848 Jackson Par., LA

Note - !CENSUS:

Jackson Par., LA 1850 (p 387). Age 3 b LA.

Jackson Par., LA 1860 (Vernon, p 467). Age 12 b LA.

Ouchita Par., LA 1870 (Ward 1, p 30). Age 23 b LA, farm labor.

Henderson Co., TX 1880

sp- Rhoda M. BIGGS

Mar. - 28 Dec 1876 Henderson Co., TX

2 - Sarah J. BARRON

Born - Abt 1850/1853 Jackson Par., LA

Note - !CENSUS:

Jackson Par., LA 1860 (Vernon, p 467). Age 10 b LA.

Ouchita Par., LA 1870 (Ward 1, p 30). Age 17 b LA.

!MARRIAGE: On 1870 census had child age 2 b LA.

sp- H. B. FAULK

Born - Abt 1849 MS

Mar. - Abt 1867 LA

Note - !CENSUS:

Ouchita Par., LA 1870 (Ward 1, p 30). Age 21 b MS, farm labor.

2 - Elizabeth W. BARRON

Born - Abt 1852 Jackson Par., LA

Died - 30 Oct 1896 LA

Note - !CENSUS:

Jackson Par., LA 1860 (Vernon, p 467). Age 8 b LA.

!MARRIAGE-DEATH: Talbird, Mr.& Mrs. Paul (306 Laurel Grove Dr; Monroe, LA

71203). 1993. Ancestral File 4.16, LDS.

sp- J. C. "Dal" MILLER

Mar. - 1872 West Monroe, LA

2 - Benjamin F. BARRON

Born - Oct 1856 Jackson Par., LA

Note - !CENSUS:

Jackson Par., LA 1860 (Vernon, p 467). Age 4 b LA.

Jackson Par., LA 1880 (Ward 1, ed 36, sh 43). Age 22 b LA, farm laborer.

Ouachita Par., LA 1900 (Ward 9, ed 95, sh 13).

!MARRIAGE: On 1900 census said married 21 years.

sp- Elizabeth WEBB

Born - Dec 1862 LA

Mar. - Abt 1879 Jackson Par., LA

Dau of ? WEBB & Elizabeth ?

Note - !CENSUS:

Jackson Par., LA 1880 (Ward 1, ed 36, sh 43). Age 17 b LA.

Ouachita Par., LA 1900 (Ward 9, ed 95, sh 13).

!MOTHER: On 1880 census mother, Elizabeth Carroll, was in household.

!NAME-MARRIAGE: Talbird, Mr.& Mrs. Paul (306 Laurel Grove Dr; Monroe, LA

71203). 1993. Ancestral File 4.16, LDS.

!MARRIAGE: On 1900 census said married 21 years.

3 - Josephine BARRON

Born - Abt 1879 Jackson Par., LA

Note - !CENSUS:

Jackson Par., LA 1880 (Ward 1, ed 36-43). Age 1 b LA.

3 - Leon L. BARRON

Born - Apr 1881 Jackson Par., LA

Note - !CENSUS:

Callahan Co., TX 1910 (Prct 8, ed 19, sh 7). Leon J. age 28 b LA, odd jobs.

!PARENTS: On 1910 census said born LA.

sp- Emma A. NETTLES

Born - Abt 1882 LA

Mar. - Abt 1908 LA

Note - !CENSUS:

Callahan Co., TX 1910 (Prct 8, ed 19, sh 7). Emma A. age 28 b LA.

!NAME: On 1910 census she was in h/h of her brother Martin Y. Nettles.

!MARRIAGE: On 1910 census said married 2 years; 1 child, living.

4 - Allen BARRON

Born - Abt 1908 LA

Note - !CENSUS:

Callahan Co., TX 1910 (Prct 8, ed 19, sh 7). Allen age 2 b LA.

3 - William H. BARRON

Born - Mar 1885 Jackson Par., LA

2 - Alice BARRON

Born - Abt 1858 Jackson Par., LA

Note - !CENSUS:

Jackson Par., LA 1860 (Vernon, p 467). Age 2 b LA.

2 - Jonathan BARRON

Born - Abt 1859 Jackson Par., LA

Note - !CENSUS:

Jackson Par., LA 1860 (Vernon, p 467). Age 1 b LA.

2 - Emily F. BARRON

Born - Abt 1861 Jackson Par., LA

Note - !CENSUS:

Jackson Par., LA 1880 (Ward 1, ed 36-43). Age 19 b LA.

!MARRIAGE: Farley & Head. 1987. Jackson Par., LA, Mar Records. p 1.

sp- Carlas David WORLEY

Mar. - 27 Jan 1881 Jackson Par., LA





BEGINNING ANOTHER LINE OF DESCENDANTS

1 - William BARRON

Born - Abt 1831 AL

Note - !CENSUS:

Jackson Par., LA 1860 (Vernon, p 467). Age 29 b AL, farmer.

sp- Elcy J. ?

Born - Abt 1838 AL

Mar. - Bef 1857 Jackson Par., LA

Note - !CENSUS:

Jackson Par., LA 1860 (Vernon, p 467). Age 22 b AL.

2 - Wade H. BARRON

Born - Aug 1857 Jackson Par., LA

Note - !CENSUS:

Jackson Par., LA 1860 (Vernon, p 467). Age 3 b LA.

Rusk Co., TX 1880 (ed 74, sh 9). Age 21 b LA, farm laborer.

Henderson Co., TX 1900 (Prect 4, ed 58, sh 4). Age 42 b Aug 1857 LA.

sp- John Melissa ?

Born - Dec 1862 TX

Mar. - Abt 1883 TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Henderson Co., TX 1900 (Prect 4, ed 58, sh 4). Age 37 b Dec 1862 TX.

!MARRIAGE: On 1900 census said married 17 years.

3 - Lucinda BARRON

Born - Mar 1894 TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Henderson Co., TX 1900 (Prect 4, ed 58, sh 4). Age 6 b Mar 1894 TX.

3 - William H. BARRON

Born - Nov 1896 TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Henderson Co., TX 1900 (Prect 4, ed 58, sh 4). Age 3 b Nov 1896 TX.

3 - Irvin L. BARRON

Born - Nov 1898 TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Henderson Co., TX 1900 (Prect 4, ed 58, sh 4). Age 1 b Nov 1898 TX.

2 - James BARRON

Born - Abt 1858 Jackson Par., LA

Note - !CENSUS:

Jackson Par., LA 1860 (Vernon, p 467). Age 2 b LA.

2 - Charles BARRON

Born - 1860 Jackson Par., LA

Note - !CENSUS:

Jackson Par., LA 1860 (Vernon, p 467). Age 6/12 b LA.

Subj: Re: BARRON

Date: 02/16/98

To: Memarle



In a message dated 98-02-16 16:02:50 EST, you write:



<< I am not sure of anything concerning Charles Wesley except that he is buried in Hickory Grove Cem. And that he was the father of my Emmette. If the dates are wrong for his birth maybe he is the same Charles son of William on the census he would have been only six months old. So maybe there was a Wylie born later. However I have no way to prove that. Wish They were or are the same. Your family chart for Charles Wesley Barron has two names spelled wrong. These I know for sure because I knew both ladies.

Emmette's wife was CLYTIE T. WATSON.

Emmette's sister was DORA BELLE she married CHARLIE THORNTON.

I look forward to hearing from you again if you should find anything else on Charles Wesley Barron.

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>





Thanks, I'll fix it. I'd also like to add yours in the data base too (down to the youngest baby). I might be worthwhile to get Charles Wesley Barron's death certificate. Often the don't help, but you never know.



John

Subj: Re: Barron Circle

Date: 02/16/98

To: neinast@tstar.net



In a message dated 98-02-16 16:56:29 EST, you write:



<< I am so glad that you put the information on the other line of descendants. I have been searching for awhile for information on a Benjamin F Barron b. 1856 and was thrilled when I read the info. that you sent out. It just makes my day. Thank you so much. I would love to have any more information on this family. I am from Benjamin F., Willie Henry b 1885 m Minnie L Stagner, and Elbert Benjamin Barron(my father) b. 1833. I would love to hear from anyone that has more information. I am in the circle and do enjoy the information that has been coming through. Thank you so much for the help. Kay

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That makes my day too, Kay. Where did Benjamin F. Barron live out his life? Wasn't he in Ouachita Parish, LA? My John W. may be his brother.



John

Subj: Louisiana Barron Land Records

Date: 98-02-16 11:50:00 EST

From: pwjacob@memphisonline.com (Patrick W. Jacob)

To: f_harrisonpm@TITAN.SFASU.EDU



Barron Circle,



Is anyone interested in receiving a file of all Louisiana Barron GLO records?



I extracted all records from the GLO database meeting this criteria. There are 58 records and 35 fields each. The information includes names, land description, title date, certificate number, etc. It includes the information you need to order copies of the complete land entry files from NARA. The file size is 22K and is in DBF format.



You can get the same information, one record at a time, off the Internet at <http://searches.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/laland/laland.pl> but this puts in all in one file that you can manipulate as you like off line.



Just send me an email if you're interested and I'll attach the file to a reply.



Patrick

Subj: Re: Barron Circle

Date: 98-02-16 12:20:09 EST

From: Memarle

To: JBarron933



date of birth came from cem. grave marker. Name of brothers came from family history by Joan Mortin. I will take time to read your e-mail and get back to you as soon as I can.



Martha

Subj: Re: Benjamin F Barron

Date: 02/17/98

To: neinast@tstar.net





In a message dated 98-02-17 09:42:56 EST, you write:



<< Some of the information that I have came from the book I REMEMBER CALLAHAN COUNTY 1986 under Martin Luther Nettles. Martin Luther Nettles was born on Sept. 27, 1870 in Louisiana. He married Josie Barron born June 2, 1880 in Monroe, Louisiana. They moved to Texas in a covered wagon and settled in Callahan county in Putman. Her parents were Benjamin Franklin Barron born Oct 15, 1856 and Elizabeth Webb Barron, born Dec. 30, 1862, and they came to Texas with their daughter and son-in-law. B F Barron was a cotton farmer and a Baptist preacher. He and his wife are buried at Putnam. (the story goes on to talk about the Nettles side of the family).



There is a picture of the wagon and Willie Barron, Martin Lulther Nettles and Josie Barron Nettles and Leon Barron. Benjamin Franklin Barron and Elizabeth Webb Barron are in the front of the wagon. This story is written by my cousin Donna Gillit Lance her mother is Evelyn Ingram daughter of Irma Nettles and William Gilmer Ingram. Irma was one of the children of Marin Nettles and Josie Barron.

Benjamin F Barron died Feb. 18,1922 buried in the Putnam, Cemetery Callahan Co, Putnam, Tx Elizabeth Webb Barron died March 3, 1942 buried in Putnam. Josie Barron Nettles died 1954 buried in Putnam Willie Henry Barron b. abt 1885 in Quachita Parris, La buried in Putnam, Tx married Minnie L Stagner b. Aug 3, 1897 d April 6, 1986 buried in Baird, Tx Callahan Co.

My fathers birth certificate stated that his father was born in Quachita Parris L.A. If you would like for me to copy this info and snail mail it I would be more than happy to. Just let me know. If you have anymore information on Benjamins family I would love to have it.

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This is great information, Kay. We are indeed dealing with the same family. I have a little more on Charles Barron that is largely speculative. I'll send it later. I think his father was Alexander Barron who was in Montgomery/Pike Co., AL in 1830s and 40s. He was associated with and probably a brother of Charles Barron of Pike Co. This Charles was born in Maryland (probably Charles Co.) and may have been a son of Jesse Barron, brother of Hendley Barron of Charles Co., MD and later Prince William Co., VA.



I would love to have a copy of the documents that you have.



John C. Barron

Subj: Re: Jackson parish

Date: 02/17/98

To: neinast@tstar.net



In a message dated 98-02-17 09:47:04 EST, you write:



<< Can you tell me where Jackson Par., is located in Louisiana. Is it any where near Quachita? >>



Yes, they are adjoining parishes. The easiest way to see for yourself where they are is to look at the on-line map at the following MapQuest! Interactive Atlas - Find . Click on this and then type in Jonesboro which is the parish seat of Jackson. Click on the little button to zoom back one "notch" and it will give you a little broader picture. It should show Monroe which is the parish seat of Ouachita.



You might want to check out the genweb sites for these two parishes. My daughter tells me that they are very good. I haven't tried them in a while, but plan to soon.



John

Subj: Re: Samuel Barron - Polly Leonard

Date: 02/17/98

To: KRobert298



In a message dated 98-02-17 18:26:39 EST, you write:



<< I think I found what you were looking for regarding Samuel Barron and Polly Leonard in Pendleton District and Anderson Co. SC Wills, Estates, Inventories, Tax Returns and Census Records, compiled by Virginia Alexander, etc.

On page 217 of the book:

Book P, 1820-1822; p. 23-24. Power of Attorney...Samuel Barron, his wife Polly, formerly Polly Leonard, and Micajah Beal, his wife, Malinda, formerly Malinda Leonard, both daughters of William Leonard, dec'd., late of Pendleton District, appoint Andrew Keith of Giles Co. TN, our attorney to dispose of the land we are entitled to by will of William Leonard, dec'd. Dated 15 Sept. 1819.

Wit.: Barnard M. Patterson

George McConnell of Giles Co. Tenn.

Rec.: 25 Feb. 1820.

This power of attorney appears to have come out of Giles Co. TN, where the families connected to John Barron, originally of Md., who settled in western York Co. SC about 1778, then moved to Giles Co. TN. John Barron's son James, who died in Union Co. SC in 1800, left widow Martha and minor sons Adam, Samuel, and James Alexander Barron. Another son of John, Alexander, lived briefly in Pendleton District before he moved to Giles Co. TN. I have not further researched this family, but it would make sense that John Barron's grandson, Samuel, could have moved to Giles Co. TN also. I think we are dealing with 2 separate Samuel Barrons since Samuel of Pendleton/Pickens Co. SC, never left SC that we can tell. I agree with Beth Hillis that this Samuel married Nancy Titsworth, dau. of Isaac Titsworth. Samuel's son, Isaac Titsworth Barron, who appears to be the oldest son, was born 20 March 1810. It would appear that Isaac Titsworth Barron was named after Nancy's father.

I have an article written by Elmer Parker of the SC Archives dealing with the Barron family of western York Co. SC (this is a different family from the Archibald Barron group of eastern York Co. SC) if you or anyone else is interested and I can attach it an e-mail.

Karen Robertson

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Thanks a million, Karen. You may be right about this family. I have a copy of Parker's article and will check it again. I'm not sure about the Samuel with wife Nancy Titsworth. I think he is the son of Barnabas Barron of Jackson/Elbert Co., GA.



John

Subj: Barron Circle

Date: 02/17/98

To: Gracieglen



In a message dated 98-02-17 19:00:45 EST, you write:



<< I had much of the info you sent, but you supplied me with a few unknown facts and sources. Also, yours was in a much better format. I have a few bits of info that you may want to add to update your file.

1. Francis Marion Barron and Mildred Ellen Walker were married 5 Mar 1849 in Angelina Co, TX.

2. Blackstone "Black" Barron mrd ??? Driver.

3. Emily Georgia Barron, b 4 May 1855, d 8 Jan 1941 in Angelina Co, TX.

4. Henry Phifer Barron, d 16 Feb 1923. He married Cinderella Driver who was b 28 Oct 1869, d 31 July 1946. Both buried Oak Graove, Cem, Nacogdoches Co, TX.

5. You have listed I. D. Barron as a child of Francis Marion and Mildred Ellen Barron. I've never heard this name, and have no evidence of this child.

6. Nancy Minerva Barron mrd Julius Driver, both buried in Gooseneck Cem., Young Co., TX.

7. Martha "Mattie Barron and husband, Robert Axley are buried in Swift Cem., Nacogdoches Co., TX.

I am confused about one thing. You've listed Francis Barron's wife as Mildred Hogue Barron. In all of my records she is Mildred Ellen Walker, dau of James and Mary Walker. However, I have listed as James Walker's second wife, Mildred Hogue Powell. I will go over my records to see where I got this bit of info. Could be I made the error when I entered it into my software program.

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Thanks, Gracie

Subj: Re: Barron Circle

Date: 98-02-17 22:54:55 EST

From: f_harrisonpm@TITAN.SFASU.EDU (Patrick M. Harrison)

Reply-to: f_harrisonpm@TITAN.SFASU.EDU

To: JBarron933@aol.com



I found these little tidbits here in the East Texas Research Center, which you may already have:



Abstracts of Methodist Newspapers: 27 Apr 1878 (VolXXV S34) at residence of w. G. Goddrum, March 13 by rev. J. R. Pate, Mr. H. P. Barron of Nacogdoches, Texas to Miss Marian Godrum of Leo, Ga.



(cont'd) Mariam Powell Barron, dau. of James and Mary Walker, was born in North Carolina, May 10, 1819, came to Georgia with her parents when quite young, where she lived until she was married, in 1836, to Henry P. Barron. In the same year, they migrated to Texas and located in Nacogdoches co., where they remained until her death which occurred July 20, 1877. she professed religion in 1842, and joined the M. E. Church, South. She leaves a husband, mother, sisters, brothers. J. N. Bridges (Appeared 20 Oct 1877, Vol. XXV #7



Also, Early settlers of Texas: citizens of Texas from records of gen. land office Henry P. Barron, class 2, 1280a, Nacogdoches 7 June 1838



Nacogdoches - Republic of Texas, poll lists for 1846 James T. Barron, born 7 Nov 1870 Meriwether Co., Ga., son of James Turman Barron and Emily Jefferson Thrash



A Barron researcher in Kansas City (John may know him, I forget his name) was looking for some of his kin that descended from brothers of our James Barron in Washington Co., Tn. He said that he found him in Nacogdoches as follows:



1900 Census - Nacogdoches Co., Tx.

79-81 Barron, George w/m Jan 1862 37 Married 5 years Mo/Tn/Ms, Hotel Keeper

Barron, Lizzie, wife w/f Mar 1867 38 5 children Tn/Tn/Tn

Barron, Bertha, dau. w/f Dec 1886 13 Ar/Mo/Tn

Barron, Lillian, dau w/f Feb 1889 11 Ar/Mo/Tn

Barron, Jesse, dau w/f apr 1891 9 Tx/Mo/Tn

Barron, Ford, son w/m Aug 1813 6 Tx/Mo/Tn

Barron, Ella M, dau w/f apr 1896 4 Tx/Mo/Tn



There are other Barron families if you think the census records are something anyone else would want.



Marriages, 'doches Co.



Sarah E. Barron to Drayton Lambert 2/10/1855

Mahala A. Barron to William W. Walker 9/17/1863



In book, Nacogdoches..Gateway to Texas:



Barron, Emily Jefferson Thrash - b. 12 Jul 1848 Meriwether Co., Ga., died 11Feb 1885, buried Rock Springs Cem., married James Turman Barron 9 Nov 1869, Meriwehte co., Ga. confederate pension 16137. confed. Mortuary Warrant #21987



Barron, Henry P. b. ca. 1812 North Carolina, married Myrian (Walker?), 1850 census, 1860 census, 1861 tax list, 1862 tax list, 1867 voter registration (in county 30 years) 1870 census. Children: Molmith, b. ca. 1846 Texas; Benjamin Walker, b. ca. 1841 Texas; Susan M. b. ca 1849.



Barron, James Turmon - b. 19 Feb 1845, died 29 sep 1907, buried Rocksprings Cem, married Emily Jefferson Thrash 9 Nov 1869 Meriwether Co., Ga. CSA 4th Ga. Inf. enlisted 1 Jan 1863, co. E. 64th Ga. Regt. vols. , captured 6 Apr 1865, released 1 Jul 1865, on taking oath of allegiance. 1880 census. Children: James Thomas, b. 7 Nov 1870, Meriwether co., Ga., Nora, b. ca 1875, Minnie, b. ca. 1877, Texas.



Barron, James Thomas: b. 7 Nov 1870, Meriwethe co., Ga. died 28 Mar 1962, buried Old North Church Cem., married Sally Ann Swink 1 Dec 1898, Rusk Co., Tx. son of James Turman and Emily Jefferson Thrash Barron. 1880 census. Children: Lubie, b. 4 Oct 1899, Lena Catherine, b. 23 Jul

1902.



Barron, Sam: b. ca. 1846 Chambers Co., Al. died 28 feb 1932, Austin, buried State Cem. probably son of Samuel B. & Pheba Barron. to Texas 1851, farmer, Baptist, enlisted Bosque Co., Tx. 1862, served to close of war in cavalry commanded by Ben Mcculloch, Confed pension 25656, confed Mortuary warrant 18036, admitted ot confed home 8 Dec 1929





Barron, Sam. B.: b. 11 Aug 1808, Beorgia, died 8 Jun 1896, buried Swift cem, married Phebe Barber. 1854 school census, 1860 census, 1861 tax list, 1862 tax list for Elizabeth Babour (mother-in-law?) 1870 census, 1880 census. Children: Sarah, Mahala, b. ca. 1843 Alabama, Samuel, b. ca. 1846 Alabama, Finis, b. ca. 1854 Texas, Lafayette, b. ca. 1857 Texas, Louisa J. b. ca. 1858 Texas.



Barrons in Oak Grove Cem, Nacogdoches

1. Barron, Cinderella Driver, 28 Oct 1869, 31 Augt 1946, daughter of I. & Charlotte Kelly Driver; married H. P. Barron

2. Barron, Cordelia Ann - 22 Sep 1854 Missouri, 31 Oct 1945 Caledonia, Rusk Co. dau. of W. M. & Ann Goodnough Castner

3. Barron, H. P. 11 Apr 1857, 16Feb 1923. Married Cinderella Driver

4. Barron, Pearl 5 mar 1884, 23 Jan 1968

5. Barron, Zora Larue, 20 Apr 1925, 2 sep 1927, beside H. P. & Cinderella Barron



In the County: (Swift Cem, not together)

1. Barron, Mildred H. 27 Jan 1827, 23 Mar 1911

2. Walker, Mary R. Powel , 17 Mar 1799, 14 Mar 1881. consort of James Walker, born Rutherford Co., N.C.

3. Barron, Samuel B. 16 Oct 1808, 16 Jun 1896



Rock Springs Cem:

1. Barron, E. J. d. 12 Feb 1935

2. Barron, Eura Joy - 5 Jan 1916, 4 Feb 1916; dau. J. L. & Leta Corley Barron

3. Barron, Flora - 28 Oct 1905 (only date)

4. Barron, J. T. - 19 Feb 1845, 29 Sep 1907, CSA 4th Ga. Infantry

5. Barron, Mrs. J. T. 12 Jul 1848, 11 Feb 1885

6. Barron, Joe L. 18 May 1883, 31 Jul 1956, married Leta Corley

7. Barron, Joe Walton - 31 Aug 1907, 4 May 1970. son of Joe L. & Leta Lorley Barron; married Lela Fulmer



Patrick Harrison, Nacogdoches, Texas.

Subj: Barron

Date: 98-02-21 13:35:43 EST

From: Jecious

To: JBarron933



Hi,



I got your address from someone else on the internet while trying to find some information about the Barron's. I am a decendent of Captain William Barron. We have a lot of information on the Barron's and the Fitzgeralds. Captain Will's wife, Prudence Davis, we only have a birth and death date on her. Do you have any information that might help us?



Thank you,

Barbara

Subj: Re: Barron

Date: 02/22/98

To: Jecious



In a message dated 98-02-21 13:35:43 EST, you write:



<< I got your address from someone else on the internet while trying to find some information about the Barron's. I am a descendent of Captain William Barron. We have a lot of information on the Barron's and the Fitzgeralds. Captain Will's wife, Prudence Davis, we only have a birth and death date on her. Do you have any information that might help us?

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Hi Barbara, yes I am very familiar with this line. Most of the "facts" on the early history of this family are unsubstantiated legends not backed up by verifiable evidence. The birthdate and even maiden name of William's wife fall into this category as does his military service in the Revolution. All that can be verified is that he was a soldier in the war and had a widow named Prudence. Needless to say, the connection to the Irish Fitzgeralds is totally legendary.



I edit an on-line Barron research group that probes the many lines in an academic manner. Sometimes the fur flies as we hold nothing back, but we make progress. Would you like to join this mailing list? At any rate please check out my home page on a regular basis at the following John Barron's Home Page as it is used as a clearing house for this research.



John Barron

Subj: Barron Circle

Date: 02/22/98

To: Jecious



In a message dated 98-02-22 13:33:28 EST, you write:



<< I appreciate your reply. I visited your web site and printed out some of the info there to send to my Mom, who has most of Barron information. I do not know if our line is included in your information, we will see. Our line goes back to Captain William Barron: his son John: John's son Henry: Henry's son Hiram (misspelled as Hyram in some places): Hiram's son Milton Cross: Milton's son William Adrian-who was my grandfather. Thank you for your help and yes, I would appreciate becoming a part of your group.

Barbara Williams

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Please welcome a new member to our group.

Subj: Barron Circle

Date: 02/23/98

To: TEPAL



In a message dated 98-02-23 08:34:51 EST, you write:



<< I read with interest the note to you from Barbara Williams of Fort Worth, TX. However, I did not see her e-mail address. I would like to contact her. I also am descended from Captain William BARRON through William Lewellen, b 6-04-1870 - d 2/22/1949, my ggg-grandfather and a brother to John Milton. I also would enjoy hearing from other descendants of this line of BARRONS. There are still quite a few of them in the Beauregard-Calcasieu Parishes of Louisiana. In fact, William Lewellen's daughter, Ethalee, is still living and will be 87 in March. She has helped me tremendously in my search. Any further information you have on this family line would be greatly appreciated.

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Karen, thank you. Sorry about the confusion, she is jecious@aol.com on the list. I have a good deal of info on "Capt" William Barron. While there is evidence that he served in the Rev. War, there is no evidence of a Capt. William of Georgia in spite of all the legendary data bandied about over the years.



Mary B. Warren, of "Family Puzzlers", published a series of letters in the early '80s to and from a man named Chip Barron, one of his descendants, which took Chip to task for perpetuating the "Savannah beheading" incident without any evidence other than legendary. She brought out many points which are vital to beginning genealogists in understanding the difference between the types of evidence, such as primary, secondary, hear-say, legendary. It helped me a lot and I will try to locate them and give a proper reference so that all may read it.



Why don't you send me your complete line and I will put it together with what I have and post in on the web page as descendants of Capt. William.



John

Subj: Barron Circle

Date: 02/23/98



To: lbarron@husc.harvard.edu



I want to use my web page to distribute my large collection of Barron census extracts, but am struggling with how to do this. I have hundreds of listings computerized over the years in a variety of formats and word processors. I have pulled a sample of these into Word Perfect 8 and saved them in hyper text markup language (HTML) which is what web pages use best. HTML is rather simple minded, however, and compresses all consecutive spaces/tabs into one space, thereby losing much of the integrity of the columns.



I have added a small sample of these census extracts to my home page. Would you check this out and send me a comment as to its usefulness. I know it is rather difficult to follow at first, but after you see the "format" does it provide enough information for me to continue to convert them?



John Barron

Subj: Re: Barron Circle

Date: 02/24/98

To: KRobert298



In a message dated 98-02-23 18:10:04 EST, you write:



<< The format for the census abstracts is easy to follow when I read it on-line. That is the way I abstract census records. The problem was when I saved it in WP6.1 and tried to open it. WP6.1 could not open and convert it to anything that made sense. It came out a mess.

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Karen, thanks. To save the file click on the "save as" option of the "file" menu. Then click the "type of file" arrow and select "txt" option. Then give your file a path and file name.





John

Subj: Re: Barron Circle

Date: 98-02-24 22:03:55 EST

From: KRobert298

To: JBarron933, lbarron@husc.harvard.edu, Bjlub



Dear Circle,



I have located some new information on part of our Barrons which I accidently stumbled into when I was looking for Asbury Parks, who we have been told married Mary/Miriam Barron, daughter of Elijah Barron (son of James Barron). I hope what follows does not get too confusing.



Asbury Parks (age 7) was listed in the household of Lensfield Parks (age 38) in the 1850 Cherokee Co. GA census, along with wife Miny (age 28). It turns out this "Linchfield" Parks was listed on the same census page with James Barron and families in the 1840 Union Co. GA census. I found a note in my files of a marriage record of Linsfield Parks and Minda Barnes, in Union Co. GA, on 13 Jan. 1838. ( I kept this thinking she might be a daughter of Isaac Barron). I located Linsfield Parks in the Murray Co. GA 1860 census, p. 70, (age 50) with wife Jemima (age 38 b. SC), Asbury (age16), Jason (age 13) and other children. The 1870 Murray Co. GA census still lists Linchfield Parks (age 60) with wife Jemmima (age 45). Both Asbury and Jason are gone.



Now this is where it gets interesting. 2 houses from Linchfield Parks in 1860 Murray Co. is Johnson Qualls (age 29) with wife Sally (age 18) and Nancy Holden (age 46). If you will recall, the 1850 Cherokee Co. GA census had Jemima Barron living in the same household with Nancy Holden (age 37) and Sally (age 9).



On the next census page (p 69) in 1860 Murray Co, is listed John Plemons (age 30), wife Jemima (age 27), and children. John M. Plemons married "Mimah" Hays, on 10 Nov. 1851, Cherokee Co. GA. 2 houses away is Isaac Hayes (age 39 b. SC) with wife and children, and Nancy Hays (age 77 b. SC). This sure does look like she might be our Nancy Barron Hays, daughter of James and Jemima. In the 1850 census, Nancy Hays was listed as age 55, with Jemmimah (age 23) and Sarah? (age 17). Nancy Hays sold part of her land in Pickens Co. GA in 1854. The other half of her land was sold by William Forrester in 1863. You will recall William Forrester is one of those receiving money from James' estate. He might be a son-in-law of Nancy's and was receiving money on her behalf?



On p. 76 of the 1860 Murray Co. GA census, there is a listing for Jeffrey Beck (age 44) with wife Catherine. This Jeffrey Beck was listed in the 1850 Cherokee Co. GA census, and inherited under James Barron's estate as the son of Milly Barron Beck.

The Cherokee Co. GA deed records show that Jeffrey sold his lands also in 1854.



Back to Linchfield Parks. In 1850, he is shown with wife Miny (Minda), and in 1860, he is shown with wife Jemima (age 38). The 1850 Cherokee Co. GA census for Elijah Barron shows a daughter Jemima (age 25). The 1870 Murray Co. census shows Jemima Linchfield's age as 45. I have not located any marriage record yet for Jemima Barron. I bring this up only as a possible marriage for her. Another interesting thing is that in the 1870 Cherokee Co. GA census, Linchfield's son Jason Parks (age 21) is living with Joseph Barron, son of Elijah, and also in the household is Joseph's widowed mother, Sarah Quarles Barron (age 66). I still have not located Asbury Parks after 1860. It would appear that he married Mary/Miriam Barron 1860-1870. Need to find that marriage record also. That would be interesting if father and son married 2 of Elijah's daughters, but the girls were born 20 years apart.



A side note about Johnson Quarles (for those of us who also research Quarles). Johnson Quarles was the son of John Quarles, who was located in the 1850 Rabun Co. census. Old David Quarles had a son John and this is probably him. Thomas J.(Johnson) Quarles married Sarah Holden on 16 Sept. 1858, in Cherokee Co. GA. They returned to Pickens Co. GA by the 1870 census and Nancy Holden (age 56) was still with them. They moved to Erath Co. TX, not sure when, but could have been with the large group of Pickens Co./Cherokee Co. GA residents who moved as a group. T.J. Quarles died in Erath Co. TX, 25 Sept. 1919. The death record showed him to be born 31 July 1832, SC. Father was named as John Quarles and mother ?Fitzgerald. Sally's death record showed she died 6 Feb. 1917, age 74, b. 1843-Union Co. GA. Jasper Newton Barron, son of Elijah Barron and Sarah Quarles, moved to Erath Co. TX in the early 1870's, and died there 10 April 1908.



One last thing about another of Elijah Barron's daughters. He had a daughter, Nancy (age 12) listed on the 1850 Cherokee Co. GA census. There is a marriage record for Nancyan Barrons and William Thompson, in Cherokee Co. GA, on 17 Dec.1855. The 1860 Cherokee Co. GA census, p. 918, lists William Thompson, age 26, and Nancy, age 22, Mary, age 4, and Nancy age 4/12. They are listed 3 houses from Elijah Barron.



Better close this long message.



Karen R.

Subj: Re: Barron Circle

Date: 02/24/98

To: Jecious



In a message dated 98-02-23 19:59:48 EST, you write:



<< My Mother wanted me to ask you who your oldest relative was. >>



Barbara, I spoke to her today on the phone and we had a big time. She's a joy to talk to, but I'm still skeptical about the "Irish Connection." :-)



John

Subj: Re: Barron Circle

Date: 02/24/98

To: orn@airmail.net



In a message dated 98-02-24 06:10:17 EST, you write:



<< John, Had no problem following the census information. I think it's a great addition to your web page. >>



Thanks, Brenda, I'll proceed with the project.



John

Subj: Re: Barron Circle

Date: 02/24/98

To: TEPAL



In a message dated 98-02-24 09:09:21 EST, you write:



<< I am in the process of getting all our family information together. I received the BARRON family tree just this past Fall from Diane Goolsby. I was so excited to find someone from our line with such a wealth of information. Have you seen this tree? It is the families descended from James and Sarah Miles BARRON. I am just getting started, so I have quite a bit more gathering to do. The tree she mailed me was a "treasure". I will be glad to send my family line as soon as I am done. I am very interested in the material you have, so please keep in touch.

Karen

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We'll be waiting. We are getting a more and more "Capt" William Barron descendants.



John

Subj: Re: Barron Circle

Date: 02/24/98

To: KRobert298



Wow, some analysis. Good work.



John

Subj: Barron Addresses

Date: 98-02-24 03:23:44 EST

From: pwjacob@memphisonline.com (Patrick W. Jacob)

To: f_harrisonpm@TITAN.SFASU.EDU (Patrick Harrison)



Barron Circle,



I have complied a Barron surname listing of all individuals from the current Louisiana "white" pages telephone directories. The file has 300 records. Each record includes first name, middle name, last name, street, city, state, zip code, and telephone number. This listing is in DBF format.



This could be useful for locating people who might be willing to share genealogical information. For example, if indexed on the city or zip code fields, it provides a way to locate present day Barron families living in a specific part of the state.



Does anyone see a problem with me making this available to our circle members? It is public domain information which anyone can get from public telephone books. However, just to be sure, I'm asking for opinions first. Please let me know what you think.



Patrick

Subj: Re: Barron Circle

Date: 02/26/98

To: Memarle



In a message dated 98-02-25 18:00:59 EST, you write:



<< I enjoyed looking at the census you put on your home page. I wish I could print only what was on the screen, instead of all the census at one time. I am glad to find them all in one location for my research. GREAT >>



Thanks, Martha. The best thing to do is to just save it to a .txt file and cut and paste what you want to keep.



John

Subj: Sikes - Pike Co., AL

Date: 02/26/98

To: remartin@fastlane.net



In your query from Pike Co. you said



Thomas A. SIKES was born Montgomery County, Alabama about 1832; married Elizabeth E. FAULK in Pike County, Alabama about 1855. Children: Louisa Sikes (b-1856, m-Hendley BARRON); John Deloach Sikes (b-1858, m-Sallie GLENN); Mary Frances Sikes (b-1860, m- Byrd Leroy LIVINGSTON). Thomas A. Sikes, a Confederate soldier, died Pike County, Alabama 29 July 1862. Trying to identify the parents of Thomas A. Sikes. Mother's given name Frances, surname unknown, born North Carolina 1790-1810. Father's given name unknown, apparently died before 1850.

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I am interested in the Barron-Sikes connection. Do you know if any of these people relocated in Jackson Par., LA. I know that some of the Faulks did and I am trying to determine the relationship, if any, of Charles Barron of Jackson Par.



Thanks, John Barron, Austin, TX

Subj: Re: Barron Home Page

Date: 02/28/98

To: LSB757



In a message dated 98-02-28 10:59:21 EST, you write:



<< Do you happen to have any information regarding Sarah A. Barron who married Samuel Carroll Martin in Sumter County, AL 1830's. She evidently died and he married Mary (Polly) Barron. Have not been able to find where Sarah is buried. Think Mary may have been Sarah's sister in Tishomingo County, MS 1849. Sarah and Samuel had three children before she died - Martha e Wm R and James Brittain. SC and Polly moved to Cherokee County in early 1850's. Know that the there were some Barron's in Sumter County, Al when SC was there and know from Tishomingo County 1850 census that Britt Barron was also there. Know that Polly is buried in Concord Cemetary, Cherokee County and that Samuel Carroll Martin is buried in Knoxville Cemetary, Cherokee County.

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Thanks, I have a little, but you may already know it. I'll add what you sent to my files. Below is a PROPOSED line for the wives of Samuel Carroll Martin. This Barron family of Lawrence Co., AL, was very closely associated with these Martins, both in AL and later in TX, and is presented for the value of providing clues for additional research.





1 - Thomas BARRON

Born - 1781/1790 NC

Died - Bef Apr 1838 Sumpter Co.?, AL

Note - !CENSUS:

Lawrence Co., AL 1830 (p 253). H/h 1114001-1110101 (age 40-49).

!MARRIAGE: Bynum. 1929. Marriage Bonds of Tyron and Lincoln Cos. NC. p 15.

!RELATIONSHIP: Assumed to be same Thomas Barron from NC due to association with

Martin family in NC, AL, MS, & Texas.

!DEATH: Gandrud. 1938. Alabama Records, vol 17. p 79.

sp- Elizabeth MARTIN

Mar. - 12 Feb 1796 Lincoln Co., NC

Dau of Robert MARTIN

Note - m - Bynum. 1929. Marriage Bonds of Tyron and Lincoln Cos. NC. p 15.

2 - John BARRON

Born - 1801/1810

Note - !CENSUS:

Sumpter Co., AL 1840 (p 152) listing is 001201-001001 (age 30-39).

!RELATIONSHIP: He is listed on same page as Wm. Barron and Britton Barron. Not

identified after 1840.

2 - Melinda BARRON

Note - !FATHER: Assumed to daughter of Thomas Barron as he had several this age in

1830 and she seems to have come to Sumpter Co. by 1840 with other sibs.

!MARRIAGE: Life and Legend of Lawrence Co., AL.

sp- Andrew J. STEVENSON

Mar. - 8 Dec 1835 Lawrence Co., AL

Note - !MARRIAGE: Life and Legend of Lawrence Co., AL.

2 - William BARRON

Born - 1811/1820

Died - 1847/1850 Tishomingo Co.?, MS

Note - !CENSUS:

Sumpter Co., AL 1840 (p 152). H/h 10001-200001 (age 20-29).

!RELATIONSHIP: John Barron and Britton Barron on same page 1840.

!MARRIAGE: Graham. 1967. Mar lic rec of Lawrence Co., AL. DAR Mag. p 272.

!DEATH: Not with wife and family on 1850 census; youngest child born 1847 MS.

sp- Levinia MARTIN

Born - Abt 1811 TN

Mar. - 17 Sep 1834 Lawrence Co., AL

Note - !CENSUS:

Sumpter Co., AL 1840 (p 152). H/h 10001-200001 (age 30-39).

Tishomingo Co., MS 1850 (p 124). Age 39 b TN.

Cherokee Co., TX 1860 (Beat 6, p 487). Age 50 b TN. Seems to be widow.

!LAND: Paid taxes in Cherokee Co., TX, 1867-1873 on 33 ac of land in the J.

Hamilton survey.

3 - Thomas James BARRON

Born - Abt 1836 Lawrence Co.?, AL

Died - Nov 1860 Cherokee Co., TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Tishomingo Co., MS 1850 (p 124). Age 14 b AL.

!NAME-MARRIAGE: Exley, Mrs. Jo (6409 Magnolia, Katy, Tx 77449). 1982. Family

Puzzlers #775. p 18. Said Elizabeth C. Powell married Thomas James Barron.

!DEATH: Mortality Schedule of Texas, 1860. Said James Barron, age 24 b MS occ.

farmer, died Nov 1860 Cherokee Co., TX.

!DEATH: Not with family on 1860 census.

sp- Elizabeth C. POWELL

Born - Abt 1837 GA

Mar. - 8 Jan 1857 Cherokee Co., TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Cherokee Co., TX 1860 (p 487). Age 23 b GA. Seems to be widow.

!BIRTH-PARENTS-NAME-MARRIAGE: Exley, Mrs. Jo (6409 Magnolia, Katy, Tx 77449).

1982. Family Puzzlers #775. p 18. Said Elizabeth C. Powell married Thomas James

Barron. She was the daughter of James Powell and Clementine Perkins.

!MARRIAGE: Huttosh. 1970. Mar Rec Cherokee Co., TX. p 27.

GENERATIONS OMITTED: MORE INFORMATION AVAILABLE.

3 - Nancy L. BARRON

Born - Abt 1838 AL

Note - !CENSUS:

Tishomingo Co., MS 1850 (p 124). Age 12 b AL.

Cherokee Co., TX 1870 (Beat 5, p 294). Age 32 b AL.

sp- James A. DEAN

Born - Abt 1832 GA

Mar. - 25 Oct 1854 Cherokee Co., TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Cherokee Co., TX 1870 (Beat 5, p 294). Age 38 b GA, farmer.

!MARRIAGE: Huttosh. 1970. Mar Rec of Cherokee Co., TX. p 29.

GENERATIONS OMITTED: MORE INFORMATION AVAILABLE.

3 - John W. BARRON

Born - Abt 1842 MS

Note - !CENSUS:

Tishomingo Co., MS 1850 (p 124). Age 8 b MS.

Cherokee Co., TX 1860 (Beat 6, p 487). Age 18 b MS.

3 - Mary A. BARRON

Born - Abt 1844 MS

Note - !CENSUS:

Tishomingo Co., MS 1850 (p 124). Age 6 b MS.

Cherokee Co., TX 1860 (Beat 6, p 487). Age 15 b MS.

3 - Frances M. BARRON

Born - Abt 1847 MS

Note - !CENSUS:

Tishomingo Co., MS 1850 (p 124). Age 3 b MS.

Cherokee Co., TX 1860 (Beat 6, p 487). Age 12 b MS.

2 - Sarah Ann BARRON

Born - Abt 1821 Lawrence Co., AL

Died - Bef 1850 MS

Note - !BIRTH: Gandrud. 1938. Ala Records, vol 117. p 73. Place assumed.

!DEATH: Smith, Mildred (3916 Mayburn Dr., Fort Worth, TX 76109). Query in

Kissin' Kuzzins, vol 3. p 2.

sp- Samuel Carroll MARTIN

Born - 6 Jan 1816 TN

Mar. - 14 Apr 1838 Sumpter Co., AL

Died - 8 Oct 1878 Cherokee Co., TX

Note - b - Census Sumpter Co., AL 1840 (p 152). Smith, Mildred (3916 Mayburn Dr.,

Fort Worth, TX 76109). Query in Kissin' Kuzzins, vol 3. p 2.

m - Gandrud. 1938. Ala Records, vol 117. p 79.

d - Smith, above.

3 - Martha E. MARTIN

Note - b - Smith, Mildred (3916 Mayburn Dr., Fort Worth, TX 76109). Query in Kissin'

Kuzzins, vol 3. p 2.

3 - William R. MARTIN

Note - b - Smith, Mildred (3916 Mayburn Dr., Fort Worth, TX 76109). Query in Kissin'

Kuzzins, vol 3. p 2.

3 - James Britton MARTIN

Note - b - Smith, Mildred (3916 Mayburn Dr., Fort Worth, TX 76109). Query in Kissin'

Kuzzins, vol 3. p 2.

2 - Britton B. BARRON (CSA)

Born - 10 Oct 1819 Lawrence Co., AL

Died - 29 Mar 1906 Troupe, Cherokee Co., TX

Bur. - Henry's Chapel, Cherokee Co., TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Tishomingo Co., MS 1850 (p 124). Age 24 b AL.

Cherokee Co., TX 1860 (Beat 6, p 487). Age 33 b GA, farmer.

Cherokee Co., TX 1870 (Beat 5, p 285). Age 44 b AL, farmer.

Cherokee Co., TX 1880 (ed 16, sh 21). Age 58 b AL, farmer.

Cherokee Co., TX 1900 (Prec 5, ed 27, sh 12). Age 74 b Oct 1825 AL, farmer.

!BIRTH-DEATH: Woods, Gilmer T. 1995. Events in the Lives of Early Citizens of

Troup, Texas. p 38. CONFLICT: Year of birth given as 1819 does not match any

census listing.

!FATHER: He seems to be the son of Thomas Barron in Lawrence Co., AL, in 1830

with 2 sons under 10. He said his father was born in GA on both 1880 & 1900

census.

!RELATIONSHIP: Peterson, Dorothy (coordinator). 1995. Daughters of the Republic

of Texas. p 191. Said Samuel McGaughey m. Mary Barron, dau of John named in

Lawrence Co., AL, will. Samuel later moved to Cherokee Co., TX.

!MILITARY: Served in Borden's Regt., Capt. Dan Egbert.

!MARRIAGE: On 1900 census said married 29 years (51 years marked through).

!BIRTH-DEATH-BURIAL: Crawford, Helen W. 1972. Cemeteries of Northeast Cherokee

County Texas. p 11.

!BIRTH-DEATH-BURIAL: Ericson, Carolyn R. 1993. Rest in Peace, Nacogdoches

Obituaries 1905-1909. Vol 2. p 74. Said died of pneumonia and buried with

Masonic honers. Daughter Mrs. W.I. Baker was with him during last days.

!CHILDREN: Identity of married daughter from obtuaries are as follows: Mrs.

Will I. Baker (Nacogdoches), Mrs. George H. Dean (Troupe), Mrs. S. B. Ray

(Troupe).

sp- Mary J. MARTIN

Born - Abt 1830 Lawrence Co., AL

Mar. - Abt 1848 Tishomingo Co.?, MS

Dau of John MARTIN & Levenia ?

Note - !CENSUS:

Tishomingo Co., MS 1850 (p 124). Age 20 b AL.

Cherokee Co., TX 1860 (Beat 6, p 487). Age 31 b AL.

3 - John Taylor Calvin BARRON

Born - 28 Jan 1848 Tishomingo Co., MS

Died - 2 Jan 1922 Cherokee Co., TX

Bur. - Henry's Chapel, Cherokee Co., TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Tishomingo Co., MS 1850 (p 124). Age 1 b MS.

Cherokee Co., TX 1860 (Beat 6, p 487). Age 11 b MS.

Cherokee Co., TX 1870 (p 285). Age 20 b MS.

Cherokee Co., TX 1900 (Prec 5, ed 27, sh 12). Age 51 b Jan 1849 AL, farmer.

Cherokee Co., TX 1910 (Prect 5, p 262). Age 60 b AL, farmer.

!MARRIAGE: Huttosh. 1970. Mar Rec Cherokee Co., TX. p 136.

!MARRIAGE: On 1910 census said married second 6 years.

!BIRTH-DEATH-BURIAL: Crawford, Helen W. 1972. Cemeteries of Northeast Cherokee

County Texas. p 11. WOW stone.

!DEATH: Stand Cert of Death #595, Texas Dept of Health. Said died of

complications from TB. Said born Alabama, father B.B. Barron, mother a Martin.

sp- Sarah Haseltine GRISHAM

Born - 27 Nov 1856 AL

Mar. - 10 Apr 1874 Cherokee Co., TX

Died - 1 Jan 1902 Cherokee Co., TX

Bur. - Henry's Chapel, Cherokee Co., TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Cherokee Co., TX 1860 (Beat 6, p 487).

Cherokee Co., TX 1900 (Prec 5, ed 27, sh 12). Age 43 b Nov 1856 AL.

!MARRIAGE: Huttosh. 1970. Mar Rec Cherokee Co., TX. p 136.

!CHILDREN: On 1900 census said she had 12 children with 4 living.

!BIRTH-DEATH-BURIAL: Crawford, Helen W. 1972. Cemeteries of Northeast Cherokee

County Texas. p 11.

GENERATIONS OMITTED: MORE INFORMATION AVAILABLE.

sp- Jane ?

Born - Abt 1846 GA

Mar. - Abt 1904 Cherokee Co.?, TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Cherokee Co., TX 1910 (Prect 5, p 262). Age 64 b GA.

!MARRIAGE: On 1910 census said married second 6 years.

3 - William F. BARRON

Born - Abt 1854 Cherokee Co., TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Census Cherokee Co., TX 1860 (p 487). Age 6 b TX.

3 - Robert Lonzo BARRON

Born - 16 Mar 1856 Cherokee Co., TX

Died - 21 Sep 1937 Cherokee Co., TX

Bur. - Henry's Chapel, Cherokee Co., TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Cherokee Co., TX 1860 (Beat 6, p 487). Age 4 b TX.

Cherokee Co., TX 1870 (p 285). Age 15 b TX.

Cherokee Co., TX 1880 (ed 16, sh 21). Age 24 b TX, farmer.

Cherokee Co., TX 1900 (Prec 5, ed 27, sh 13). Age 45 b Mar 1855 TX, farmer.

Cherokee Co., TX 1910 (Prect 5, p 262). Age 54 b TX, farmer.

!MARRIAGE: On 1900 census said married 20 years.

!BIRTH-DEATH-BURIAL: Crawford, Helen W. 1972. Cemeteries of Northeast Cherokee

County Texas. p 11.

sp- Sarah E. ?

Born - 12 Oct 1860 TX

Mar. - Abt 1880 Cherokee Co.?, TX

Died - 2 May 1954 Cherokee Co.?, TX

Bur. - Henry's Chapel, Cherokee Co., TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Cherokee Co., TX 1900 (Prec 5, ed 27, sh 13). Age 40 b Nov 1859 MS.

Cherokee Co., TX 1910 (Prect 5, p 262). Age 50 b TX.

!CHILDREN: On 1900 census said had 8 children with 6 living.

On 1910 census said had 9 children with 6 living.

!BIRTH-DEATH: Crawford. 1972. Cemeteries of Northeeast Cherokee Co., TX

GENERATIONS OMITTED: MORE INFORMATION AVAILABLE.

3 - George Dosson BARRON

Born - 26 Nov 1862 Cherokee Co., TX

Died - 27 Apr 1929 Cherokee Co., TX

Bur. - Henry's Chapel, Cherokee Co., TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Cherokee Co., TX 1860 (Beat 6, p 487). Age 2/12 b TX.

Cherokee Co., TX 1870 (p 285). Age 8 b TX.

Cherokee Co., TX 1880 (ed 16, sh 21). Age 20 b TX.

Cherokee Co., TX 1900 (Prec 5, ed 27, sh 12). Age 40 b May 1860 TX, farmer.

Cherokee Co., TX 1910 (Prct 5, ed 21, sh 11). Age 50 b TX, farmer.

!BIRTH-DEATH-BURIAL: Crawford, Helen W. 1972. Cemeteries of Northeast Cherokee

County Texas. p 11.

!DEATH: St Death Cert # 19725 for Dosson Barron, Tex Health Dept.

sp- Susan Elizabeth CLAY

Born - 20 Aug 1842 AL

Mar. - 21 Oct 1868 Cherokee Co., TX

Died - 14 Feb 1908 Cherokee Co., TX

Bur. - Henry's Chapel, Cherokee Co., TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Cherokee Co., TX 1870 (p 285). Age 27 b AL.

Cherokee Co., TX 1880 (ed 16, sh 21). Age 37 b GA.

Cherokee Co., TX 1900 (Prec 5, ed 27, sh 12). Age 57 b Aug 1842 GA.

!BIRTH-DEATH-BURIAL: Crawford, Helen W. 1972. Cemeteries of Northeast Cherokee

County Texas. p 11.

!MARRIAGE: Huttosh. 1970. Mar Rec Cherokee Co, TX. p 47.

!CHILDREN: On 1900 census said had 5 children with 4 living.

3 - Mary E. BARRON

Born - Feb 1870 Cherokee Co., TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Cherokee Co., TX 1870 (p 285). Age 4/12 b TX.

Cherokee Co., TX 1880 (ed 16, sh 21). Age 10 b TX. NAME: Nora.

3 - Sally BARRON

Born - Abt 1874 Cherokee Co., TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Cherokee Co., TX 1880 (ed 16, sh 21). Age 6 b TX.

3 - Clara BARRON

Born - Nov 1875 Cherokee Co., TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Cherokee Co., TX 1880 (ed 16, sh 21). Age 5 b TX.

Cherokee Co., TX 1900 (prct 5, ed 27, p 12). Age 24 b Nov 1875 TX.

3 - Wiley W. BARRON

Born - 3 Nov 1879 Cherokee Co., TX

Died - 1 Oct 1906 Cherokee Co., TX

Bur. - Henry's Chapel, Cherokee Co., TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Cherokee Co., TX 1880 (ed 16, sh 21). Age 2 b TX. NAME: William.

Cherokee Co., TX 1900 (prct 5, ed 27, p 12). Age 22 b Nov 1877 TX.

!NAME: On 1900 census listed as Whiley Barron.

!DEATH: Woods, Gilmer T. 1995. Events in the Lives of Early Citizens of Troup,

Texas. p 47.

!BIRTH-DEATH-BURIAL: Crawford, Helen W. 1972. Cemeteries of Northeast Cher okee County Texas. p 11.







John

Subj: Re: Barron Circle

Date: 98-02-28 14:22:02 EST

From: KRobert298

To: JBarron933, lbarron@husc.harvard.edu, Bjlub



Dear Barron Circle,



Patrick Harrison was most generous and sent me some "new" deed records to add to my Barron deed record file. Included in them were copies of deeds between Isaac Barron (son of James Barron) and his son Gabriel in Dawson Co. GA. I really did a double take when I read a deed of Isaac's selling land in 1881. Yesterday, I went to the library and found:



1880 Dawson Co. GA census, Shoal Creek District, p. 103:

Gabe Barnes, 63, b. SC, father b. SC, mother b. SC

Martha, 58, wife, b. SC, SC, SC

Hannah, 22, daughter, b. GA, SC, SC

Isaac, 94, father, b. SC, father b. MD, mother b. VA



Previous census records showed Isaac's age:

- 59 years, 1850 Lumpkin Co. GA

- 69 years, 1860 Dawson Co. GA

- 78 years, 1870 Dawson Co. GA



I thought that since I did not know Isaac Barron was still alive in the 1880's, some of you might know either. Too bad the 1890 census did not survive; Isaac may have been on it!



I looked yesterday for Nancy Barron Hays and son, Isaac Hays, in 1870, but no luck yet. I really would like to find her alive in 1880 and see where the birth of her parents are given.



I have been abstracting Barron deeds on James and his family, in SC and GA, and they are 7 pages in length (so far). If anyone wants a copy of the file, I will e-mail it to you.



Karen Robertson

Subj: Re: Barron Circle

Date: 98-03-02 23:11:40 EST

From: Rbghill47

To: JBarron933



In reading some of the Barron Circle mail and trying to get caught up a bit - I wanted to try to make a few things more clear on the father of Rev. John Clayton Barron - As far as the written proof of Gabriel Barron being his father - the following is what I have to offer up for that proof:



1840 Choctaw Co. MS census records, #264 listed Gabriel and his wife, 1 daughter and 5 sons.



Through records I have found Gabriel and John Barron in Choctaw Co., MS together - both received at the Concord Baptist Church in 1842



April 1847, letter of dismission for Gabriel and wife and Brother John Barron from Old Concord Baptist Church in Winston Co. MS, [formerly Choctaw Co.]



1850 Rapides Parish, LA census lists Gabriel and his wife, Martha with sons, L.G., Martin V. B., Gabriel and 2 daughters, Virginia and Martha J.



Rev John Barron was listed in the 1850 Choctaw Co. MS census as "Barnes" with wife, Mary and their oldest son, Jeptha.



1860 Natchitoches Parish, LA census lists John Barron with his first wife, Mary and 3 sons, Jeptha, Jerome and Lewellyn.



1860 Winn Parish, LA census lists Gabriel Barron with his wife, Martha, and children, Martin V.; Martha J., Gabriel, George W., Jeroam, Cader and Sarah J. Simmons.



By 1870 Gabriel and his wife could not be found in either La or Tx census records. Assumption is that they both died sometime before 1870?



1870 Natchitoches Parish, LA census lists John Barron with his second wife, Emma and children, Jerome, Lewellyn, step dtr, Lillie Howell and sons, Reese and Oscar along with 2 free slaves.



Martin Van Buren Barron was living with his sister, Martha J. Barron in the 1880 Bell Co. TX census and younger brother Cader B. Barron and next door to his brother Jerome Barron and his family.



I know for a fact that Martin Van Buren Barron was a half brother to Rev. John Clayton Barron. My grandfather, Cecil Earl Barron, told many stories to my mother about his "Uncle Vannie" as he lived with them [family of Lew G. Barron]for many years in Bell Co., TX. Martin Van Buren was blind - resulting from CW injuries - I am also in the possession of a photo made around 1900 of Uncle Vannie and my great grandfather, L.G. and the family. I also had the privilege of knowing my great aunt Mary Ollie Barron Odom very well, who was a teenager when Uncle Van came to live with them in Bell Co. and she told me personally, about having to take care of him - She was my source for many of my Barron facts - she did not die until 1970 and thank goodness I was interested in genealogy at that time.



So I guess it goes back to just believing or taking somebody's word on some of this - but there is no question in my mind as to the father of Rev. John Clayton Barron being Gabriel M. Barron.



~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~



Some additions\corrections for the web page on Gabriel's descendants:



Children listed for John Lee Barron [8 sep 1878] you have the first one listed as EUYLESS - but his first son was DOUGLAS NICK BARRON, b. abt 1908 in Bell Co. TX. Douglas Nick md. Fannye Terry. He was a Deputy Sheriff of Cameron Co. for many years and died of throat cancer. They did not have any children.



Other children of John Lee Barron were : Curtis Kennedy Barron, md. Jewel Hobson \no children

Raymond Lee Barron - had 3 boys and 1 girl -made his home in Leesville, TX I have the names of his children also.



Noah Earl [Peanut] Barron, b. 14 Feb 1921 , md. Edith Watson and as of 5 years ago was still living in Cameron, TX - retired from the trade of saddle making and bronc busting. They had 4 children - 3 of which died shortly after birth. John Earl, his son also lived in Cameron, TX. I visited with Peanut at that time but he was not real interested in genealogy and did supply me with what little info he could remember.



~~~~~~~~~~~~



My great grandmother's name [ 2nd wife of L. G. Barron] was Margaret Arsulia Taylor.



To this union there were 9 children:



Mary Ollie [L. H. Odom]

William Oscar [ Willie Houston]

Jewel [ Floyd Burns]

Luella Myrtle [ Ed Knight]

Lewellyn Gilliland, Jr.

Cecil Earl [Tressie Lee Wagnon]

Bessie Thelma [ C. B. Markham]

Era Joy [ Lee Foster]

Arthur Glen [ Eloise Houston]



Thanks,

Beth

Subj: Barron packet

Date: 03/02/98

To: memarle



Martha, thank you for the packet. I love the picture and will scan it for my "collection". I have my grandfather's high school picture showing the kids in front of an old building and a horse standing off to the side. Wouldn't take for it. I'll enter the family info into my genealogy data base (PAF) soon.



Have you done any checking on the Jackson Par., LA, group? I was sure that the Wade Barron was from William's family there in 1860. Of course, I didn't know about his brothers coming to Texas with him. I guess we need to find out what happened to William in 1870. I'll check the 1870 AL index next time I'm at the library.



John

Subj: Re: Barron Bible Pages

Date: 03/03/98

To: f_harrisonpm@TITAN.SFASU.EDU



In a message dated 98-03-03 10:28:56 EST, you write:



<< Does anyone have a photo copy of the "actual pages" of the Joseph Elias Barron (Tennessee) family bible showing the birth, death, etc., etc. I would gladly pay for a copy of the actual pages.

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>



Patrick, the best I can do is a scanned copy out of William P. Barron's book _The Barron Family in America, 1635-1983_. Bill was the editor of the Barron Family Newsletter and was a descendant of this line.



The attached .gif file is the graphic image from the book. It turned out pretty good except for two entries near the binding. These are as follows:



Sarah 9th day of Feb 1760

Marry Barron 19 Feb 1767



There doesn't look to be any deaths and only one marriage in it. Looks to me like son/grandson Thomas wrote these entries after-the-fact, but I can't remember what Bill said about it. Will check into it if you like.



John

Subj: [Fwd: WALDEN]

Date: 98-03-04 21:27:11 EST

From: pwjacob@memphisonline.com (Patrick W. Jacob)

To: f_harrisonpm@TITAN.SFASU.EDU (Patrick Harrison)

Barron Circle,



Can any of you help Monica with her request for information on Davis and

Maria Barron? I don't have any information on them. Thanks!



Patrick



--------------------

Date: Tue, 03 Mar 1998 16:52:57 -0900

From: Jeff & Monica Hamilton <jamilton@alaska.net>

Reply-To: jamilton@alaska.net

To: pwjacob@memphisonline.com

Subject: WALDEN



Hi, I am searching for information on Maria "Walden" Barron married Davis Barron in South Carolina before 1820. Maria was also known as Princess of the wind. She was a n Indian girl born in S C (B:1803 D:11/16/1863) the Walden family raised her in Hopewell, Mississippi.



Maybe we will connect? Please let me know one way or the other.

Thank You,

Monica

Subj: BARRON Circle

Date: 98-03-07 19:12:22 EST

From: pwjacob@memphisonline.com (Patrick W. Jacob)

To: baprice@eramp.net, JBarron933@aol.com (John C. Barron)



Bob Price,



Do you know about the Barron Circle? This is a small group of people interested in Barron family research that was started by John C. Barron of Texas that share email. It's a good way to get in contact with others who may need or be able to give help. John's email is <JBarron933@aol.com> if you're interested.



By the way, my interest in the Barron family begins with Llewellyn Gillen Barron of Bienville Parish and Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana. He was born about 1835 in Mississippi.



Patrick Jacob

Subj: Re: Barrons in Texas

Date: 03/08/98

To: scolston@mwci.net



In a message dated 98-03-04 22:39:45 EST, you write:



<< Hi My Name is Becky Colston: Karen Mahaffey Palermo of Lake Charles, La gave me your email address. I understand that you have done many years of research on the Barrons in Texas. I live in Iowa but am from Texas and have just started researching my family tree. My 2nd Great-Grandmother was Mary Barron. She was born in Texas (unkown county) on March 25, 1865. She married my 2nd Great-Grandfather, J.W.E. McKinney on December 25, 1890 in Eagle Springs, Texas by J.H. McClain. She died December 28, 1930 in McGregor, Texas. This seems to be all I have found so far. Karen thought you might have some information you could share with me. Thanks scolston@mwci.net

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>



Thanks for your message, Becky. Sorry for taking so long, but have been out of town. I am sending your message around to the Barron Circle for comments. Would like to join this group? From my files, the below chart seems to fit your Mary, but it is just a suggestion and possibly a place to start.



John Barron



1 - Robert W. BARRON

Born - 28 Sep 1819 GA

Died - 18 Nov 1889 Coryell Co., TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Falls Co., TX 1870 (p 120). Age 51 b GA, farmer.

Coryell Co., TX 1880 (ed 26, sh 37). Age 60 b GA, farmer.

!DEATH: Heart of Texas Records. 24(3):93.

sp- Lucinda Caroline ?

Born - 15 Jul 1835 GA

Died - Aft 1900

Note - !CENSUS:

Falls Co., TX 1870 (p 120). Age 39 b GA.

Coryell Co., TX 1880 (ed 26-37). Age 45 b GA.

Coryell Co., TX 1900 (Prct 6, ed 47, sh 1). Age 66 b Jul 1833 GA.

!BIRTH-DEATH: Post Oak Cem, Coryell Co. Heart of Texas Records. 24(3):93.

2 - William J. BARRON

Born - Nov 1854 AR

Died - 1914 Coryell Co., TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Falls Co., TX 1870 (p 120). Age 16 b AR.

Coryell Co., TX 1880 (ed 26, sh 37). Age 26 b AR.

Coryell Co., TX 1900 (Prct 6, ed 47, sh 1). Age 46 b Nov 1854 AR, farmer.

!BIRTH-DEATH: Post Oak Cem, Coryell Co. Heart of Texas Records. 24(3):93.

sp- Virginia L. ?

Born - Jan 1869 KY

Mar. - Abt 1885 Coryell Co.?, TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Coryell Co., TX 1900 (Prct 6, ed 47, sh 1). Age 31 b Jan 1869 KY.

!MARRIAGE: On 1900 census said married 15 years.

3 - William BARRON

Born - Feb 1891 Coryell Co., TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Coryell Co., TX 1900 (Prct 6, ed 47, sh 1). Age 9 b Feb 1891 TX.

3 - Samuel H. BARRON

Born - Dec 1895 Coryell Co., TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Coryell Co., TX 1900 (Prct 6, ed 47, sh 1). Age 5 b Dec 1895 TX.

3 - Robert BARRON

Born - Feb 1896 Coryell Co., TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Coryell Co., TX 1900 (Prct 6, ed 47, sh 1). Age 3 b Feb 1896 TX.

2 - John Thomas BARRON

Born - Feb 1858 AR

Note - !CENSUS:

Falls Co., TX 1870 (p 120). Age 12 b AR.

Coryell Co., TX 1880 (ed 26-37). Age 22 b TX.

Coryell Co., TX 1900 (Prct 6, ed 47, sh 1). Age 42 b Feb 1868 AR, teamster.

sp- Virginia ?

Born - Dec 1865 MS

Mar. - Abt 1893 Coryell Co.?, TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Coryell Co., TX 1900 (Prct 6, ed 47, sh 1). Age 34 b Dec 1865 MS.

!MARRIAGE: On 1900 census said married 7 years.

3 - Josie D. BARRON

Born - Oct 1895 Coryell Co., TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Coryell Co., TX 1900 (Prct 6, ed 47, sh 1). Age 5 b Oct 1895 TX.

3 - Robert E. BARRON

Born - Sep 1897 Coryell Co., TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Coryell Co., TX 1900 (Prct 6, ed 47, sh 1). Age 3 b Sep 1897 TX.

3 - Lucille BARRON

Born - Aug 1899 Coryell Co., TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Coryell Co., TX 1900 (Prct 6, ed 47, sh 1). Age 1 b Aug 1899 TX.

2 - Mary C. BARRON

Born - Abt 1865 TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Falls Co., TX 1870 (p 120). Age 5 b TX.

Coryell Co., TX 1880 (ed 26, sh 37). Age 15 b TX.

2 - Laura BARRON

Born - Abt 1869 Falls Co., TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Falls Co., TX 1870 (p 120). Age 1 b TX.

Coryell Co., TX 1880 (ed 26, sh 37). Age 11 b TX.

2 - Martha P. BARRON

Born - Abt 1872 Coryell Co., TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Coryell Co., TX 1880 (ed 26, sh 37). Age 8 b TX.

2 - Sophronia BARRON

Born - 8 Feb 1876 Coryell Co., TX

Died - 18 Aug 1889 Coryell Co., TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Coryell Co., TX 1880 (ed 26, sh 37). Age 4 b TX.

Heart of Texas Records. 24(3):93.



Subj: Barron Circle

Date: 03/09/98

To: scolston@mwci.net



In a message dated 98-03-08 23:33:35 EST, you write:



<< Thanks so much for your help. Looks like you found my Mary Barron. My information on Mary Barron is from my McKinney family Bible. Is Mary Barron a part of your family tree? I have a few pictures of her and could send you a copy if you like.

Thanks also for sending my message to the Barron Circle. And, yes I would like to join the group.

Steve & Becky Colston

5491 Meadow Ct

Dubuque, Iowa 52002-2530

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>



Becky, to my knowledge Robert W. Barron is not my line, however, I can't get any further back than 1875 in Navarro Co., TX, for my John W. Barron.



I am including you on the Barron Circle mailing list. Let us know if you are able to determine if your Mary is actually the daughter shown in Robert's family or any other research results that you do.



John Barron

Subj: Re: Barron Circle

Date: 03/09/98

To: KRobert298



In a message dated 98-03-07 11:40:00 EST, you write:



<< Maybe you can help me. I have a deed dated 23 Dec.1824, Pendleton District SC, where Isaac Titsworth, of Jackson Co. GA, sold 450 acres to Samuel Barron in Pendelton on the Keowee River. Witnesses were Thomas C. Barron and Jacob Nix. The only Thomas C. Barron I can find so far is in Jackson Co. GA. Does your database have anything on Thomas C. Barron or on any of the Jackson Co. GA Barrons?

Also, do you know what happened to Wm. Paul Barron, Jr. and his research? Last I heard, his health was not good and he was microfilming his research.

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>



Karen, I have studied this family and constructed a proposed linkage going back to a Barron man in Isle of Wight, VA, to NC then GA. I have always referred to this line as the "Line of Barnabas" due to the prevalence of that name down through the generations. I never associated it with the Samuel Barron of Pickins Co., SC, however, but perhaps there is. Below is what I have in my files on this line. Let me know you thinking on additons, corrections, etc.



About Wm P. "Bill" Barron. I haven't heard anything from him in many years. I did check on him on the internet phone listings, however, and there is a Wm. P. Barron in Akron, OH (I think). I'd like to know what happened to him and his research materials. They were supposed to have been donated to a university upon his death.



John





1 - BARRON

Note - !CHILDREN-RESIDENCES: Probably lived in Isle of Wight Co., VA, 1700-1750. The Barnaba, James, and Thomas who lived in Edgecome Co., NC, starting before 1750

are assumed to be brothers and his sons.

2 - James BARRON

Note - !RESIDENCES: Edgecombe Co., NC 1744. Hofmann. 1969. Abs of Deeds. p 194.

2 - Barnabas BARRON

Died - Bef Aug 1793 Nash Co., NC

Note - !RESIDENCES: Edgecombe Co., NC 1759. Wit deed of John Thomas for land in

Toisnot swamp.

!RESIDENCES: Nash Co., NC, 1782. Watson. 1966. Abs of Early Deeds of Nash Co.

show him receiving 200 ac on Turkey Creek adjoining Thomas Rogers. Estate

inventory by Wm Lee, adm.

3 - daughter BARRON

Note - !MARRIAGE: Nash Co., NC, 1782. Watson. 1966. Abs of Early Deeds of Nash Co. show estate inventory of father by Wm Lee, adm. assumed to be her husband.

sp- William LEE

Mar. - Bef 1793 Nash Co., NC

2 - Thomas BARRON

Died - Bef Jul 1777 Edgecombe Co., NC

Note - !DEATH: Williams & Griffin. 1956. Abs of Wills of Edgcombe Co., NC. p 23-4.

!RESIDENCES: Isle of Wight Co., VA 1748. Hoffman. 1969. Abstracts of Deeds.

He was listed from Isle of Wight & bought land on fishing creek from James

Cotton. Also listed in 1751 with wife Mary as selling land in Edgecombe Co. to

Robert Killebrew of VA joining John Walls and Stephenson & wit by Henry Horn.

!RESIDENCES: Edgecombe Co., NC 1759 - Watson. 1966. Abs of Early Deeds of

Edgecombe Co., NC. p 22.

sp- Mary ?

Mar. - Bef 1748 Isle of Wight Co, VA

Died - 1751/1759 Edgecombe Co., NC

Note - !DEATH-CHILDREN: Hoffman. 1969. Abstracts of Deeds. She was listed with

husband in 1751 but by 1759 he had new wife. Children probably were hers, but

ages not known.

sp- Mourning ?

Mar. - 1751/1759 Edgecombe Co., NC

3 - James BARRON

Born - Bef 1776 Edgecombe Co., NC

Note - !BIRTH: Williams & Griffin. 1956. Abs of Wills of Edgcombe Co., NC. p 23-4.

!MARRIAGE: Watson. 1969. Kinfolks of Edgecombe Co. p 7.

sp- Purity ?

Mar. - Bef 1789 Edgecombe Co., NC

3 - Thomas BARRON (RS)

Born - 15 May 1757 Edgecombe Co., NC

Died - 1840/1850 Jackson Co., GA

Note - !CENSUS:

Jackson Co., GA 1830 (p 321).

Jackson Co., GA 1840 (p 24).

!BIRTH-MARRIAGE: Lu & Neumann. 1981. Revolutionary war period bible recs., Vol 2. p 89.

!MARRIAGE: Williams & Griffin. 1956. Abs of Wills of Edgcombe Co., NC. p 23-4.

!RESIDENCES: Jackson Co., GA 1799 in Tuttle Dist. An Index to GA Tax Digests.

!RESIDENCES: Jackson Co., GA 1821 - They Were Here. 5(1-2):886. He affirmed

that 2 horses were stolen from John Rogers in 1788/9.

sp- Obedience ROGERS

Mar. - 8 Jan 1778 Edgecombe Co., NC

Note - !PARENTS: Williams & Griffin. 1967. Abstracts of Will Book I, Nash Co., NC, p

93. She was named as daughter of Thomas Rogers & wife Mary.

4 - James BARRON

Note - !CENSUS:

Jackson Co., GA 1820 (p 298). H/h 30001-2 [wife not in h/h?].

!FATHER-RESIDENCES: Assumed to be son of Thomas Barron due to marriage in

Jackson Co. at a time when Thomas lived there.

sp- Dotea SMITH

Mar. - 31 Aug 1809 Jackson Co., GA

Dau of Clayburn SMITH

Note - !MARRIAGE: Hammonds. 1970. The Very Early Smiths of Geo. Book IV. p 186 5 - Barnabas BARRON

Born - Abt 1810 Jackson Co., GA

Note - !CENSUS:

Gordon Co., GA 1850 (12th dist, p 20). Age 40 b GA, farmer.

!MARRIAGE: Brinson, Stephen E., Rt 10 Box 413, Gainsville, GA 30501. 1978.FGS.

!MARRIAGE: Maddox & Carter. 1975. 37,000 Early Ga Marriages. p 97.

sp- Peggy Ann HAINEY

Born - Abt 1808 GA

Mar. - 12 Aug 1828 Jackson Co., GA

Note - !CENSUS:

Gordon Co., GA 1850 (12th dist, p 20). Age 42 b GA.

6 - Thomas Lee BARRON

Born - Abt 1828 Jackson Co., GA

Died - 6 Feb 1911

Note - !BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: Brinson, Stephen E., Rt 10, Box 413, Gainsville, GA 30501. 1978. FGS.

!MARRIAGE: Not on 1850 census in father's family. Assumed already married.

sp- Seletie ?

Born - 1 Jul 1838

Mar. - Bef 1850

Died - 1 Jan 1914

Note - !BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: Brinson, Stephen E., Rt 10, Box 413, Gainsville, GA 30501. 1978. FGS.

7 - Morgan Turner BARRON

Born - 31 Jul 1866

Died - Abt 1938

Note - !BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: Brinson, Stephen E., Rt 10, Box 413, Gainsville, GA 30501. 1978. FGS.

sp- Mollie GODFREY

6 - Dotea BARRON

Born - Abt 1830 Jackson Co., GA

Note - !CENSUS:

Gordon Co., GA 1850 (12th dist, p 20). Age 20 b GA.

!BIRTH: Hammonds. 1970. The Very Early Smiths of Geo. Book IV. p 186.

6 - Claiborne Smith BARRON

Born - Abt 1832 Jackson Co., GA

Note - !CENSUS:

Gordon Co., GA 1850 (12th dist, p 20). Age 18 b GA.

6 - George BARRON

Born - Abt 1834 Jackson Co., GA

Note - !CENSUS:

Gordon Co., GA 1850 (12th dist, p 20). Age 16 b GA.

6 - James BARRON

Born - Abt 1836 GA

Note - !CENSUS:

Gordon Co., GA 1850 (12th dist, p 20). Age 14 b GA.

6 - Jesse BARRON

Born - Abt 1838 Jackson Co., GA

Note - !CENSUS:

Gordon Co., GA 1850 (12th dist, p 20). Age 12 b GA.

6 - Barnabas BARRON

Born - Abt 1840 GA

Note - !CENSUS:

Gordon Co., GA 1850 (12th dist, p 20). Age 10 b GA.

6 - Mary BARRON

Born - Abt 1843 GA

Note - !CENSUS:

Gordon Co., GA 1850 (12th dist, p 20). Age 7 b GA.

6 - Wilson BARRON

Born - Abt 1846 Gordon Co., GA

Note - !CENSUS:

Gordon Co., GA 1850 (12th dist, p 20). Age 4 b GA.

6 - John BARRON

Born - Abt 1850 Gordon Co., GA

Note - !CENSUS:

Gordon Co., GA 1850 (12th dist, p 20). Age 1 b GA.

4 - Thomas C. BARRON (War 1812)

Born - Abt 1780 Edgecombe Co., NC

Died - Bef Jan 1854 Jackson Co., GA

Note - !CENSUS:

Jackson Co., GA 1820 (p 305). H/h 000011-20101 [parents in h/h?].

Jackson Co., GA 1830 (p 321). H/h 1200000101-1200010001 [parents in h/h?].

Jackson Co., GA 1840 (p 24). H/h 031200001-11000000001.

Jackson Co., GA 1850 (Subdiv 45, p 63). Age 70 b NC, farmer.

!MILITARY: Served as pvt & sgt in Thomas' and Harris' rgmt from Ga.

!RESIDENCES-CHILDREN-PROBATE: Poss, Faye S. 1995. Jackson County Georgia Will

Abstracts, Books A & B 1803-1888. Wolf Pub. p 163. Said will dated 11 Jan

1853, probated 9 Jan 1854. Named children William Barron (exec.), Amandy Park,

Elizer Ledbetter, Calvin Barron, Elizabeth Park, and Nancy Antonet Barron. No

wife mentioned. Wit.: Wm H. Lumpkin, A.J. Williamson, & Calvin H. Barron.

!DEATH: Early Wills of Jackson Co. Geo Pioneers. 7(3):132.

sp- Sally TITSWORTH

Dau of Isaac TITSWORTH

Note - !FATHER-MARRIAGE: Early Wills of Jackson Co. Geo Pioneers. 6(4):178. Named in will of father Isaac Titsworth (or Titsmouth).

5 - Amanda BARRON

Note - !FATHER-MARRIAGE: Early Wills of Jackson Co. GA. p 356. Named in will as dau Amanda Parks.

!RELATIONSHIP: Early Wills of Jackson Co. Geo Pioneers. 6(4):178 named in will of g-father Isaac Titsworth (or Titsmouth).

sp- PARKS

5 - Eliza BARRON

Note - !FATHER-MARRIAGE: Early Wills of Jackson Co. GA. p 356. Named in will as dau Eliza Ledbetter.

!RELATIONSHIP: Early Wills of Jackson Co. Geo Pioneers. 6(4):178 named in will of g-father Isaac Titsworth (or Titsmouth).

sp- LEDBETTER

5 - Isaac N. BARRON

Note - !RELATIONSHIP: Early Wills of Jackson Co. Geo Pioneers. 6(4):178 named in will of g-father Isaac Titsworth (or Titsmouth).

!RELATIONSHIP: Not named in will of Thomas C. Barron, assumed father.

5 - Thomas BARRON

Note - !RELATIONSHIP: Early Wills of Jackson Co. Geo Pioneers. 6(4):178 named in will of g-father Isaac Titsworth (or Titsmouth).

!RELATIONSHIP: Not named in will of Thomas C. Barron, assumed father.

5 - Elizabeth BARRON

Note - !RELATIONSHIP: Early Wills of Jackson Co. Geo Pioneers. 6(4):178 named in will of g-father Isaac Titsworth (or Titsmouth).

!RELATIONSHIP: Not named in will of Thomas C. Barron, assumed father.

5 - Marshall BARRON

Note - !RELATIONSHIP: Early Wills of Jackson Co. Geo Pioneers. 6(4):178 named in will of g-father Isaac Titsworth (or Titsmouth).

!RELATIONSHIP: Not named in will of Thomas C. Barron, assumed father.

5 - William L. BARRON

Born - Abt 1831 GA

Note - !CENSUS:

Jackson Co., GA 1850 (Subdiv 45, p 63). Age 19 b GA, laborer.

!FATHER: Early Wills of Jackson Co. GA. p 356. Named in will as son.

!RELATIONSHIP: Early Wills of Jackson Co. Geo Pioneers. 6(4):178 named in will of g-father Isaac Titsworth (or Titsmouth).

5 - Nancy Antonet BARRON

Born - Abt 1833 GA

Note - !CENSUS:

Jackson Co., GA 1850 (Subdiv 45, p 63). Age 17 b GA.

!FATHER: Early Wills of Jackson Co. GA. p 356. Named in will as dau Nancy

Antonet.

!RELATIONSHIP: Early Wills of Jackson Co. Geo Pioneers. 6(4):178 named in will of g-father Isaac Titsworth (or Titsmouth).

!MARRIAGE: Jackson County Marriages. Geo Gen Mag. 35(1-2):27.

sp- James WILKERSON

Mar. - 1853 Jackson Co., GA

5 - Barnabas Calvin BARRON

Born - Abt 1834 GA

Note - !CENSUS:

Jackson Co., GA 1850 (Subdiv 45, p 63). Age 16 b GA.

!FATHER: Early Wills of Jackson Co. GA. p 356. Named in will as son Calvin.

!RELATIONSHIP: Early Wills of Jackson Co. Geo Pioneers. 6(4):178 named in will of g-father Isaac Titsworth (or Titsmouth).

4 - John BARRON

Note - !RELATIONSHIP: Assumed to be son of Thomas because of marriage in Elbert Co.

!MARRIAGE: McIntosh. 1968. The official history of Elbert Co. p 234.

sp- Polly WRIGHT

Mar. - 7 Sep 1817 Elbert Co., GA

Note - !MARRIAGE: McIntosh. 1968. The official history of Elbert Co. p 234.

4 - Barnabas BARRON (War 1812)

Born - 1792/1793 GA

Died - 1864 Hart Co., GA

Note - !CENSUS:

Jackson Co., GA 1820 (p 307). H/h 00001-001.

Jackson Co., GA 1830 (p 312). H/h 1200001-10001 [5 slaves].

Jackson Co., GA 1840 (p 177). H/h 30030001-111001.

Elbert Co., GA 1850 (p 40). Age 57 b GA, farmer.

Hart Co., GA 1860 (Montenegro, p 31). Age 68 b GA, farmer.

!PARENTS: Williams & Griffin. 1967. Abstracts of Will Book I, Nash Co., NC, p

93. Barnabas Barron was mentioned in will of Thomas Rogers father of Obedience

Rogers who married Thomas Barron. Thomas & Obedience in Jackson Co. with him in 1830 census.

!MILITARY: Stewert. Cherokee Co. [AL] History. p 212. said he was in militia

under Capt Wharton stationed on the frontier of Jackson Co. [GA?].

!DEATH: Hodson. 1969. Query in Gen Helper. p 81.

sp- Polly DOOLEY

Born - 1801/1804 GA

Mar. - 17 Feb 1820 Elbert Co., GA

Died - Bef Dec 1847 Elbert Co., GA

Note - !CENSUS:

Jackson Co., GA 1820 (p 307).

Jackson Co., GA 1830 (p 112).

!MARRIAGE: McIntosh. 1968. The Official History of Elbert Co. p 234.

5 - William D. BARRON

Born - Abt 1821 Jackson Co., GA

Note - !CENSUS:

Hart Co., GA 1860 (Hartwell, p 23). Age 40 b GA, farmer.

!BIRTH: Baker. Hist of Hart County. p 272-4.

!MARRIAGE: Maddox & Crawford. 40,000 Geo Mar. p 72.

sp- Elizabeth HILLEY

Born - Abt 1823 GA

Mar. - 16 Jan 1841 Elbert Co., GA

Note - !CENSUS:

Hart Co., GA 1860 (Hartwell, p 23). Age 37 b GA.

6 - Willis Newton BARRON

Born - Abt 1842 Elbert Co., GA

Died - 8 Apr 1862 VA

Note - !CENSUS:

Hart Co., GA 1860 (Hartwell, p 23). Age 18 b GA.

!DEATH-MILITARY: Henderson. 1960. Roster of Confederate Soldiers of Georgia, vol 2, p 502. Served in Co. C, 16th Inf.

6 - Frances E. BARRON

Born - Abt 1845 Elbert Co., GA

Note - !CENSUS:

Hart Co., GA 1860 (Hartwell, p 23). Age 15 b GA.

6 - Letty A. BARRON

Born - Abt 1846 Elbert Co., GA

Note - !CENSUS:

Hart Co., GA 1860 (Hartwell, p 23). Age 14 b GA.

6 - Martha L. BARRON

Born - Abt 1848 Elbert Co., GA

Note - !CENSUS:

Hart Co., GA 1860 (Hartwell, p 23). Age 12 b GA.

6 - Mary C. BARRON

Born - Abt 1850 Elbert Co., GA

Note - !CENSUS:

Hart Co., GA 1860 (Hartwell, p 23). Age 10 b GA.

6 - William B. BARRON

Born - Abt 1853 Hart Co., GA

Note - !CENSUS:

Hart Co., GA 1860 (Hartwell, p 23). Age 7 b GA.

6 - Leonidas BARRON

Born - Abt 1855 Hart Co., GA

Note - !CENSUS:

Hart Co., GA 1860 (Hartwell, p 23). Age 5 b GA.

6 - Mary J. BARRON

Born - Abt 1857 Hart Co., GA

Note - !CENSUS:

Hart Co., GA 1860 (Hartwell, p 23). Age 3 b GA.

6 - Lucy U. BARRON

Born - Abt 1859 Hart Co., GA

Note - !CENSUS:

Hart Co., GA 1860 (Hartwell, p 23). Age 1 b GA.

5 - Rufus F. BARRON (CSA)

Born - Abt 1823 Jackson Co., GA

Note - !CENSUS:

Elbert Co., GA 1850 (p 422). Age 26 b GA, farmer.

Hart Co., GA 1860 (Hartwell, p 92). Age 37 b GA, farmer.

!BIRTH: Baker. Hist of Hart County. p 272-4.

!MARRIAGE: Maddox & Crawford. 40,000 Geo Mar. p 72.

!MILITARY: Henderson. 1960. Roster of Confederate Soldiers of Georgia, vol 4, P 38. Served in Co. A, 9th Tenn Inf.

sp- Lettie HILLEY

Born - Abt 1828 GA

Mar. - 22 Dec 1846 Elbert Co., GA

Note - !CENSUS:

Elbert Co., GA 1850 (p 422). Age 22 b GA.

Hart Co., GA 1860 (Hartwell, p 92). Age 28 b GA.

6 - Mary J. BARRON

Born - Abt 1852 Hart Co., GA

Note - !CENSUS:

Hart Co., GA 1860 (Hartwell, p 92). Age 8 b GA.

5 - Calvin Hamilton BARRON

Born - Abt 1824 Hartwell Co., GA

Died - 1910 Centre, AL

Note - Census:

Elbert Co., GA 1850 (p 422). Age 26 b GA, farmer.

Hart Co., GA 1860 (Hartwell, p 23). Age 36 b GA, farmer.

!FATHER: Baker. Hist of Hart County. p 272-4.

!BIRTH-DEATH: Thompson, Dean Milton (1005 Shadow Run Dr.; Lakeland, FL). 1992. Pedigree chart. Northeast Alabama Settlers. 31(2):55.

sp- Priscilla WILLIAMSON

Born - Abt 1832 GA

Mar. - Abt 1845 GA

Died - Centre, AL

Note - Census:

Elbert Co., GA 1850 (p 422). Age 21 b GA.

Hart Co., GA 1860 (Hartwell, p 23). Age 28 b GA.

6 - Amanda BARRON

Born - Abt 1846 Elbert Co., GA

Note - Census:

Elbert Co., GA 1850 (p 422). Age 4 b GA.

Hart Co., GA 1860 (Hartwell, p 23). Age 14 b GA.

6 - Cathrine F. BARRON

Born - Abt 1848 Elbert Co., GA

Note - Census:

Elbert Co., GA 1850 (p 422). Age 1 b GA.

Hart Co., GA 1860 (Hartwell, p 23). Age 12 b GA.

6 - Barnabas BARRON

Born - Abt 1851 GA

Note - Census:

Hart Co., GA 1860 (Hartwell, p 23). Age 9 b GA.

6 - James BARRON

Born - Abt 1854 GA

Note - Census:

Hart Co., GA 1860 (Hartwell, p 23). Age 6 b GA.

6 - Samantha BARRON

Born - Abt 1859 GA

Note - Census:

Hart Co., GA 1860 (Hartwell, p 23). Age 1 b GA.

6 - William Bedford BARRON

Born - 5 Mar 1861

Died - 22 Dec 1949 Hokes Bluff, AL

Note - d - Thompson, Dean Milton (1005 Shadow Run Dr.; Lakeland, FL). 1992.

Pedigree chart. Northeast Alabama Settlers. 31(2):55.

5 - Elizabeth BARRON

Born - 1826/1830 Jackson Co., GA

Note - !CENSUS:

Census Hart Co., GA 1830.

!BIRTH: Baker. Hist of Hart County. p 272-4.

!MARRIAGE: McIntosh. 1968. The Official Hist of Elbert Co.

sp- James B. GAINES

Mar. - 13 Aug 1844 Elbert Co., GA

5 - Sanford C. BARRON

Born - 22 Sep 1833 Elbert Co., GA

Died - 1912 DeKalb Co., AL

Note - !CENSUS:

Hart Co., GA 1860 (Bowersville, p 116). Age 24 b GA, teacher.

!BIRTH-MARRIAGE: Baker. Hist of Hart County. p 272-4.

!BIRTH-DEATH: Harris, Mrs Ann family group sheet.

sp- Rosee Evaline PHILLIPS

Born - 18 Aug 1840 GA

Mar. - 7 Aug 1856 Elbert Co., GA

Note - !CENSUS:

Hart Co., GA 1860 (Bowersville, p 116). Age 21 b GA.

6 - Floyd BARRON

Born - Abt 1858 Hart Co., GA

Note - !CENSUS:

Hart Co., GA 1860 (Bowersville, p 116). Age 2 b GA.

6 - Howell BARRON

Born - Abt 1859 Hart Co., GA

Note - !CENSUS:

Hart Co., GA 1860 (Bowersville, p 116). Age 1 b GA.

5 - A. BARRON

Born - Abt 1835 GA

Note - !CENSUS:

Elbert Co., GA 1850 (p 40). Age 15 b GA.

5 - Frances BARRON

Born - Abt 1838 Elbert Co., GA

Note - !CENSUS:

Elbert Co., GA 1850 (p 40). Age 12 b GA.

!BIRTH-MARRIAGE: Baker. Hist of Hart County.

sp- William J. SHIFLET

5 - Thomas P. BARRON

Born - Abt 1838 GA

Note - !CENSUS:

Elbert Co., GA 1850 (p 40). Age 10 b GA.

Hart Co., GA 1860 (Montenegro, p 31). Age 22 b GA.

!RELATIONSHIP: A reference said he was actually a nephew from England.

5 - O. J. BARRON

Born - Abt 1842 GA

Note - !CENSUS:

Elbert Co., GA 1850 (p 40). Age 8 b GA.

Hart Co., GA 1860 (Montenegro, p 31). Age 20 b GA.

!RELATIONSHIP: A reference said he was actually a nephew from England.

5 - James A. BARRON

Born - Abt 1843 Elbert Co., GA

Note - !CENSUS:

Elbert Co., GA 1850 (p 40). Age 5 b GA.

Hart Co., GA 1860 (Montenegro, p 31). Age 17 b GA.

!BIRTH: Baker. Hist of Hart County. p 272-4.

sp- Lucy CRAWFORD

Born - Abt 1795 GA

Mar. - 29 Dec 1847 Elbert Co., GA

Note - !CENSUS:

Elbert Co., GA 1850 (p 40). Age 55 b GA.

Hart Co., GA 1860 (Montenegro, p 31). Age 65 b GA.

3 - Barnabas BARRON (RS)

Born - 26 Apr 1759 Edgecombe Co., NC

Died - 1803/1804 Edgecombe Co., NC

Note - !BIRTH: Lu & Neuman. 1981. Revolutionary war period bible recs., vol 2. p 88.

!BIRTH: Williams & Griffin. 1956. Abs of Wills of Edgcombe Co., NC. p 23-4 said

he was under 21 at death of father in 1777.

!RESIDENCES: Edgecombe Co. 1782. Watson. Abs of Edgecombe Co. had land adj

Mary & John Thomas on Little Swamp.

sp- Constance MERCER

Born - 20 Aug 1766 Edgecombe Co.?, NC

Mar. - 26 Sep 1781 Edgecombe Co., NC

Died - 20 Aug 1845 Edgecombe Co., NC

Note - !BIRTH-PARENTS: Watson. 1967. Abs of Early Deeds of Edgecombe Co. p 268 named her as dau of John Mercer, Sr. and his wife Mary.

!MARRIAGE: Lu & Neumann. 1981. Rev war period bible recs, vol 2. p 88.

!MARRIAGE-RESIDENCES: Watson. 1970. Est Records of Edgecombe Co. p 6. Shows her as widow of Josiah Askew in Edgecombe Co. in 1818. Home plantation

purchased by Thomas Barron and Piney Woods tract by James Barron [her sons?].

!DEATH: Askew. 1978. The Josiah Askew Family. p 45.

4 - Martha BARRON

Born - 4 Jul 1783 Edgecombe Co., NC

4 - Mary BARRON

Born - 21 Oct 1785 Edgecombe Co., NC

4 - Nancy BARRON

Born - 22 Dec 1788 Edgecombe Co., NC

4 - James BARRON

Born - 3 Nov 1791 Edgecombe Co., NC

Died - 12 Feb 1848 Edgecombe Co.?, NC

Note - !BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: Sanders. 1979. Chart in S.C. Gen Soc Lineage Charts, vol 4. # 29.

sp- Martha Jane BOONE

Born - 16 Oct 1799

Mar. - Jun 1820 Edgecombe Co., NC

Died - 1873 Northumberland, VA

4 - Margaret BARRON

Born - Abt 1802 Edgecombe Co., NC

3 - Mary BARRON

Born - Bef 1776 Edgecombe Co., NC

Note - b - Williams & Griffin. 1956. Abs of Wills of Edgcombe Co., NC. p 23-4.

3 - Martha BARRON

Born - Bef 1776 Edgecombe Co., NC

Note - !BIRTH: Williams & Griffin. 1956. Abs of Wills of Edgcombe Co., NC. p 23-4.

3 - William BARRON

Born - 1756/1777 Edgecombe Co., NC

Note - !BIRTH: Williams & Griffin. 1956. Abs of Wills of Edgcombe Co., NC. p 23-4.

Subj: Re: Barron Circle

Date: 98-03-09 20:10:02 EST

From: KRobert298

To: JBarron933



Dear John,



Thank you so much for the information on the "Barnabas" Barrons. I can't believe you have so much information. I have printed out a copy and will study it tonight. I have never researched this group so I doubt if I can add anything new to what you have. I am trying to figure out if and what connection there might be with Samuel Barron of Pendleton. The connection at first glance appears to be Isaac Titsworth, but this is going to take some study and research. I really need to get a copy of Isaac Titsworth's will. If he had 2 daughters who married Thomas C. Barron (of Jackson Co. GA) and Samuel Barron (of Pendleton District SC), then this opens up some interesting possiblities.



This may take a while, but I will definitely let you know what I turn up. Many, many thanks again.



Karen Robertson

Subj: Barron Circle

Date: 03/09/98

To: lbarron@husc.harvard.edu, bjlub, krobert298



I received the following from Bill Barron last year......

<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

Subj: Re: Barron

Date: 97-01-24 18:26:26 EST

From: dpbb@dgsdmail.dgsd.k12.ak.us (bbarron)

To: JBarron933@aol.com



I'm sure that I can help you, but I will be out of town for several days. I don't have a GEDCOM file and I really haven't considered putting anything on the net. I have Barron lines from TN to AR to TX. I have another that starts in GA to AL to LA to TX.



I have a Charles, wife Elizabeth Annie born in 1822 in AL who has a John W. (T4KK-Z7) born in LA in 1846. This came from the LDS Family History Center. file #(T4KK-VP) They list a William H., Ellen Miller, Sarah Jo, S. Elizabeth, Benjamin Franklin, Alice, Johnathan, Emily, Charles (T4KL-7K) born 1862 as siblings.



The file was submitted by Paul D Tolbird, 306 Laurel Grove Dr., Monroe, LA 71203.



Good Hunting and stay in touch, I have a John Barron born 1772 who I'm still tracking.



Bill Barron

Hookem Horns - Class of 72

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>.



For those seeking Charles Wesley Barron the above is getting closer and closer. I'm sure he's related to the Jackson Parish Barrons. The youngest child in Charles and Ann's family from Jackson Parish is named Charles born 1862. I don't have this child in my records since they were compiled from census records and the 1870 census does not include this family. Since they were there in 1860 and 1880, I'm sure they were just missed either by the carpet bagger census taker or else missed when the copy was made for sending to Washington. Not unusual for the 1870 census.



I have tried to contact Paul Tolbird of Monroe, LA, without success. Does anyone know him?



John Barron

Subj: Re: Jackson Parish BARRONs

Date: 03/09/98

To: MMechelle



In a message dated 98-03-09 16:50:34 EST, you write:



<< I'll keep my eyes open for any Barrons here. Any other names in Jackson Parish? Will be glad to help all I can. >>



Thank you so much, Mary. Sounds like a good project you've got going. The Charles Barron was there on 1850, 1860, and 1880 census. Missing from the 1870. There was a Wm Barron next to him on 1860. I think they are sons of Alexander Barron who was in Montgomery Co., AL, in 1840s.



Any help on them would be greatly appreciated. I have a web page devoted to research on the Barron (and Lott) families. You can get to it as follows:

John Barron's Home Page



Thanks again, John

Subj: [Fwd: Barron]

Date: 98-03-09 21:58:06 EST

From: pwjacob@memphisonline.com (Patrick W. Jacob)

To: f_harrisonpm@TITAN.SFASU.EDU

Barron Circle, can any of you help Jean Duncan with her request for information about

John Barron born 1793 in South Carolina?



Patrick Jacob



--------------------

From: "Jean Duncan" <jsdunc@tvec.net>

To: <pwjacob@memphisonline.com>

Subject: Barron

Date: Mon, 9 Mar 1998 09:06:50 -0600



I ran across your query in SC genweb and know that the John I have is not yours....he was b 1793....but I'm searching for the parents of a John Baron b 1761 apparently in SC; his son John was b 1793 and from there I know nothing about that John's family. Do you have any other information on SC Barrons that you will share? I've come to a dead end on these it seems.

Thank you. jean d

Subj: Re: Barron Circle

Date: 03/10/98

To: scolston@mwci.net



In a message dated 98-03-09 23:27:28 EST, you write:



<< JBarron933 wrote:

> Becky, to my knowledge Robert W. Barron is not my line, however, I can't get

> any further back than 1875 in Navarro Co., TX, for my John W. Barron.

> I am including you on the Barron Circle mailing list. Let us know if you are

> able to determine if you Mary is actually the daughter shown in Robert's

> family or any other research results that you do.

> John Barron

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>



John, Seems Mary is the actual daughter of Robert W Barron. Seems in talking to my mother in Texas tonight, Robert Barron sparked a memory. My 2nd great-grandfather, JWE McKinney (Mary Barron's Husband) loved to put things in writing. On anything at anytime. My mother remembered a ledger she had that he had written in. Called me back and we matched our information with yours. Seems most of the information matched. Good news is I have some new information for you:

Lucinda Caroline?

Died - October 28, 1919---McKinney Family Records

Mary C Barron

Born - March 25, 1865----McKinney Family Bible

Died - December 28, 1930 McGregor, Texas, McLennon County----Newspaper Obituary dated 1930

Married - December 25, 1890 Eagle Springs, Texas-----McKinney Family Bible

Laura Barron

Born - August 13, 1867-----McKinney Family Records

Died - August 23, 1929-----McKinney Family Records

Sophronia Barrron

Died - August 18, 1882-----McKinney Family Records

Hope this is the kind of information you want. Thanks again for your help!

Becky Colston

Subj: My connection

Date: 98-03-11 22:10:35 EST

From: jbaird@naxs.com (Jerry W. Baird)

To: JBarron933@aol.com (JBarron933)



John, the only connection I have to start from is that my great, great, great grandfather, Lewis Millard Baird (b. 5/22/1795, d. 5/11/1864) had a son named William Baird (b. 1817, d. 1885) who was married to Nancy Barron (b. 1821, d. 1863). Sorry I don't have more. I have just sadly realized that I am not a direct descendent of Nancy Barron since she was married to one of my great uncles, rather than to a grandfather. Nevertheless, I would still like to know more about the Barron line.



Jerry W. Baird, the Virginian

Subj: New

Date: 98-03-12 12:17:05 EST

From: bclifton@htcomp.net (Don Barron)

To: JBarron933@aol.com (John C. Barron)



John, I received your e-mail add. from my sister Helen Garrett. I am Donald Barron, I live in Clifton, Tex. I am descended from Capt. William Barron. I tried to log onto the web page, but it wouldn't find it. I'm new to the computer world, & i am probably doing something wrong. Holler at me sometime if you get time. My e-mail add. is bclifton@htcomp.net



Thanks Don Barron Rt.2 Box 10H-1 Clifton, Tex. 76634 254-675-8263

Subj: Re: New

Date: 03/12/98

To: bclifton@htcomp.net



Hi Don, glad to "meet" you. Helen and I have been having some friendly bouts over old "Capt." William. She's a pip isn't she. You can get to the web site by clicking on the following:



John Barron's Home Page



I have a group of on-line researchers studying southern Barron lines going. If you would like to join us let me know. It's free, but we may get into some hair pulling contests every once in a while.



John Barron

Subj: Re: BARRON Family

Date: 98-03-13 22:22:26 EST

From: BUBBABEAR7

To: JBarron933



Thank you so much for your quick response. My GrGRGrandfather Thomas Y. Barron married Mary or May McIlroy. He was born in 1807 and died in 1887. She was born in 1822 and died in 1896. They had 4 children: James F. born in Perry Co.,Ala., Mary Ann and Margaret both born in York Co., S.C. and my GrGrandmother Jane Elizabeth born in Columbia, S.C. This sounds like the same lineage. Possible we are related? I live in Lubbock by the way. Please send any more info you have and I'll do the same. Thanks!

Subj: Re: BARRON Family

Date: 03/14/98

To: BUBBABEAR7



In a message dated 98-03-13 22:22:26 EST, you write:



<< This sounds like the same lineage. Possible we are related? I live in Lubbock by the way. Please send any more info you have and I'll do the same. Thanks! >>



As far as I can tell this is not my line. I just study all southern Barron families. I have a good bit on Archibald's line and I'll try to get it together. Possibly put it on the web page. Sounds like you've done some good work on them for sure.



My g-grandfather, John W. Barron, appeared [out of the blue, as they say] in Navarro Co. in 1874 and died in 1881. Very little is known about him. He was born in 1851 in Louisiana according to 1880 census. I'd like to have all of your line too.



John Barron

Subj: Barron Tid-bits

Date: 98-03-15 16:13:14 EST

From: f_harrisonpm@TITAN.SFASU.EDU (Patrick M. Harrison)

Reply-to: f_harrisonpm@TITAN.SFASU.EDU

To: JBarron933@aol.com



Going through my Barron file, I found the following things that may be of some interest to someone in the circle:



I found the following in the 1840 census for Alabama, Barbour County, which is on the Georgia line

Henry Baron: 1 under 5; 2, 5 to 10; 2, 10-15; 1, 20-30; 1, 30-40 ,

Males

Females: 2, under 5; 1, 5-10; 1, 10-15; 1, 30-40

The two houses above Henry are William Ford (male 20-30) and (looks like) Gardner? Ford. My curiosity was peaked because of the Ford names from Washington Co.



I have a letter written to Coleen Swantner from Billye Whatley Tucumcari, NM which says, "Caleb Barron was a brother of Joseph who married Hannah McClanahan. Joseph is our line and we have his line as James Barron, b. 1759 married a Jemima who was borned Westmoreland Co., Va. She lists children as Jameson b. ca. 1782, S.C., Caleb b. (we have 1789) S.C. m. Elizabeth Peden, Joseph b. 1791, Ezekiel b. 1795, m. Sarah. Anyone ever heard of this information before???



I have a copy of a record from "some Franklin Co., Ga. superior court records, 1787-1863 which shows a list of the loose Franklin county court case fines at Ga. Dept of Archives. They are collected by date and for 1816, it shows a Barron, Caleb. Anyone every investigated this lead? (GGM/Vol. 30, no. 3-4(117-118)



In Jasper Co., Ga., Barron Cemetery near Jones Co., line, Southern corner Jasper Co. there is a graveyard Where there are a lot of Shropshires:

1. Mary Ann, wife of Benjamin Barron and daughter of James N. and Martha Shropshire, b. 10 Jan 1820, d. 25 Jun 1849. Says "she has but 2 sons , Benjamin and John.

2. John G. Barron, b. 10 Jun 1848, d. 11 Apr 1879 (there is a Virginia Amazon "Jennie" Shropshire, wife of Dr. James W. Edwards in the Sturgis Presbyterian Cem., Mississippi)

There are 7-8 other Shropshires in the Ga. Cem., the earliest date 1796.

In the Jasper Co., Cem., 2 miles west of Hillsboro:

1. J. H. Barron 15 Nov 1854, d. 16 Apr 1923

2. Benjamin Barron 13 Jan 1847, d. 22 Feb 1920 (The Shropshire son?)

3. Katheirne Ida Barron 20 Mar 1859, d. 1 Jun 1905

At the Monticello Methodist Church Cem:

1. Sallie Brown, wife of Harrison Barron b. 15 Sep 1836, d. 19 Dec 1911



2. Mattie Cabeness Barron, wife of O. M. Benton, 2 June 1859, d. 8 sep 1920 Providence Baptist Church Cem.

1. Mary E. (Pounds-barron) wife of Willis Newton b. 9 Jan 1841, d. 28 Sep 1900



On page 10 of the Birmingham Genealogical Society, 1959, "Names of Men in the Commissioner's Court - 1824, Pickens, Ala.:

1. Barnes, Caleb

2. Barnes, Joseph

3. William Jackson

4. Richard Jones.



Joseph named one of his sons William Jackson Barron. There were Jacksons associated with the Barrons in Washington Co, I have one deed for a probate. Other than friends, what was the association of the Barrons and Jacksons??



There is, in the Alabama census for 1830, the following grouping:

Henry Barron (oldest male, 10-80, oldest female 60-70)

James Barron (oldest male 20-30, oldest female 20-30)

Benjamin Barron (oldest male 20-30, oldest female 20-30)

Is this James Barron's brother and his family???



In the Abstracts of Rev. War Pension Files I found: 1. Barron, Thomas; Obedience R565, NC line, sol. appl 25 Oct 1832 Jackson Cty Ga, aged 76, b. 15 May 1757 Tarboro in Edgecomb Cty NC & enl there, wid appl 17 Sep 1838 Jackson Cty Ga aged 78, m 8 Jan 1778, sol d 28 Mar 1836, son Thomas C. Barron was b. 15 Feb 1779, (there was in the file the following but I did not fina a relationship to sol or wid, towit; John Hampton m Joyce Malone 19 Sep 1793 & their 2 sons; William b 27 Feb 1783 & Joseph b. 24 Jul 1784, these records were in Jackson Cty Ga as of 8 Jan 1839



Back in 1992 I received the following letter from Jack Barron: I have made a short check on my Barrons in Campbell County anbd White county Tennessee. I mentioned to you that a James and Jemina Barron who came to Washington Co., Ark., in 1851. While at the library a few weeks ago, I pulled the Tennessee 1850 census index and found a James Barns in White County. This is evidently the James who came to Washington County as he has a daughter, Matilda, age 23, who later married Mr. Wilson. This James married Jemina Murray, his age on the 1850 census would have made him born in 1786, the family had eleven children according to Matilda, five sons and six daughters although there were only five children listed in the census so six had married prior to 1850. The age of James ia a strong indication that he, too , is a son of Joseph Jr. This James first appears on the White County Census in 1830 and the James of Campbell county is last found on the 1827 tax list, so there is a possibility they are the same man.



The Georgia department of Archives and History has a reasonable complete records on each prisoner taken in by the state prison system beginning in 1817. Under #817 there is listed a Barron, Caleb, Tolbert Co. Wonder how we get a record of this??? and who is this Caleb???



There is a James F. Barron who was president of the Dawson County, Tx. bank born Lee county Virginia, to Joseph and Rebecca (Pennington) Barron, 9 June 18. I have a record of his marriage and family if anyone is interested or knows anything about him.



I have a record of Captain Thomas Hudson Barron , history of Falls Co., which shows his descendants but says he was born 8 March 1796 in Virginia. Another record says he was born same date probably in Kentucky as the family lived in Hardin Co., Ky in the early 1800's. Anyone have the ancestor or correct birth place for Capt. Barron?



Does anyone have any information on Samuel Benton Barron of the third Texas Cavalry who wrote the book "The Lone Star Defenders.: In it he says he was born in the surburbs of the town of Gurley in Madison Co., Al., 9 Nov 1834. His father was Samuel Boulds Barron, born south Carolina in 1793. His grandfather, James Barron, "as I understand was a native of Ireland".? S. B. Barron's mother was Martha Cotten, from Guildord Co., N.,C. S. B. Barron had a brother William J. Barron and two sisters, Tabitha and Nancy Jane. He moved to Texas in 1859 and lived in Rusk, Cherokee Co. He married Eugenia Wiggins, Olympia Miller (nee Scott) and Mrs. Agatha Leftwich(nee Scott) There is one son Dr. W. P. Barron and one daughter Anna Barron. S. B. Barron's oldest sister came to Nacogdoches Co in 1857. There are Sam B. Barrons buried in Nacogdochdes Co but they don't match up with this S. B. Barron???



Patrick Harrison, Nacogdoches, Texas

Subj: Barron Research

Date: 98-03-15 23:01:09 EST

From: sarchet@WBU1.WBU.EDU (Donna Sarchet)

To: jbarron933@aol.com



John,

I just came across your homepage. I, too, am doing Barron research. I descend from Capt. William Barron and wife Prudence Davis of Wilkes Co., GA (prior to that, Craven Co., NC). Having just discovered your Barron discussion group, I have a few questions:



1) Do the list members come from a variety of Barron lines, or is there a specific concentration from a particular Barron line?



2) How does one become a part of this discussion group? Is it a message board?



3) Is it possible to be a part of the discussion group without having one's name and address posted on the web page?



4) Which Barron line is yours? (I tried to click your ahnentafel link but the AOL message said this was not available.)





I noted with interest about the Britton Barron link. With the Troup Co., GA connections, I suspect he may be descended from my Capt. William Barron.



I look forward to hearing from you and learning more of your Barron research project!



Donna

Subj: Re: Barron Tid-bits

Date: 98-03-15 23:55:49 EST

From: Carol7438

To: JBarron933



In a message dated 98-03-15 21:21:12 EST, you write:



<< I have a letter written to Coleen Swantner from Billye Whatley Tucumcari, NM which says, "Caleb Barron was a brother of Joseph who married Hannah McClanahan. Joseph is our line and we have his line as Jame Barron, b. 1759 married a Jemima who was borned Westmoreland Co., Va. She lists children as Jameson b. ca. 1782, S.C., Caleb b. (we have 1789) S.C. m. Elizabeth Peden, Joseph b. 1791, Ezekiel b. 1795, m. Sarah. Anyone ever heard of this information before???

>>



Caleb is my family's line. I have Caleb's dob as about 1797; married Elizabeth Peden (Payton?) in 1826. Elizabeth was born about 1813 in SC and died 7 Sep 1866 in Arp, Smith Co. TX. Caleb died on 6 Jul 1864 in Hamilton Co TX and was buried in an unmarked grave (according to family lore) in Ebeneezer Cemetary in Arp, Smith Co. TX. Caleb's children were James b. 1827, m. Sarah Ann Crawford; Jemima b 1828, m. Obediah Childress Jr; Ezekiel b. 1830, m. Cynthia Lanham Weeks; Almon b 1832, m. Elizabeth Caroline Baskin; Sarah b 1834, m. Franklin Baird; Thompson b. 1845, m. Eva Sewell; Caleb Jr. b. 1848, m. Emily Amanda Baskin; Dicey b. 1850, m. Troy Nall; Elizabeth b. 1855, m. J.T. Moore. Almon was my great-great grandfather.



I've been looking for documentation about Caleb for a while now. Would appreciate any info you can give me...



Carol Giles

Subj: Re: BARRON Family

Date: 98-03-19 21:38:26 EST

From: BUBBABEAR7

To: JBarron933



All I have on the Barron family is: My Gr grandfather, William Henry Derden married Jane Elizabeth Barron 23 DEC 1869 in Athens, Tx. They had 6 children------Eugene born 2 OCT 1870 Ennis, Tx. died 21 OCT 1899; W.L. born 9 JAN 1872 in Athens, Tx. died 30 JULY 1878; H.J. born 11 April 1875 , died 23 Feb 1881; James Reuben (Rube) born 28 Nov 1880 died 19 Oct 1968; Charlie born 4 May 1885 died 7 Oct 1899; Pearl Alma(my Grandmother) born 25 Jan 1882 died 3 Nov 1969.



My GrGr Grandparents were Thomas Y. Barron born 27 Dec 1807 died 25 Oct 1887 married M.J. ???? born 25 Jan 1822 died 30 Oct 1896. That is all I know about the Barron family.

Subj: Re: Barron Research

Date: 03/20/98

To: sarchet@WBU1.WBU.EDU



In a message dated 98-03-15 23:01:09 EST, you write:



<< John, I just came across your homepage. I, too, am doing Barron research. I descend from Capt. William Barron and wife Prudence Davis of Wilkes Co., GA (prior to that, Craven Co., NC). Having just discovered your Barron discussion group, I have a few questions:

1) Do the list members come from a variety of Barron lines, or is there a specific concentration from a particular Barron line?

2) How does one become a part of this discussion group? Is it a message board?

3) Is it possible to be a part of the discussion group without having one's name and address posted on the web page?

4) Which Barron line is yours? (I tried to click your ahnentafel link, but the AOL message said this was not available.)

I noted with interest about the Britton Barron link. With the Troup Co., GA connections, I suspect he may be descended from my Capt. William Barron.

I look forward to hearing from you and learning more of your Barron research project!

Donna

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>



Sorry to be so long answering, been out of town all week. I'll try to answer as follows: 1)There are many Barron lines that we discuss, mostly southern. 2) I'll put your name on the mailing list and let you decide for yourself if it is worth while. 3) Yes, indeed. 4) Mine comes to a brick wall in 1874 in Navarro Co., TX, with g-grandfather, John W. Barron, but have been researching Barron's for 20 years.



I don't believe that the Britton Barron group is connected with "Capt." William Barron, but would certainly like to hear why you think so.



I'd be interested in the Craven Co., NC, connection. And last of all I'll give you my standard challenge for members of your line: Do you have contemporary (with her time), primary evidence of the first name of the husband of the widow Prudence Barron?



John Barron

Subj: Re: Barron Tid-bits

Date: 03/20/98

To: Carol7438



In a message dated 98-03-15 23:55:49 EST, you write:



<< Caleb is my family's line. I have Caleb's dob as about 1797; married Elizabeth Peden (Payton?) in 1826. Elizabeth was born about 1813 in SC and died 7 Sep 1866 in Arp, Smith Co. TX. Caleb died on 6 Jul 1864 in Hamilton Co TX and was buried in an unmarked grave (according to family lore) in Ebeneezer Cemetary in Arp, Smith Co. TX. Caleb's children were James b. 1827, m. Sarah Ann Crawford; Jemima b 1828, m. Obediah Childress Jr; Ezekiel b. 1830, m. Cynthia Lanham Weeks; Almon b 1832, m. Elizabeth Caroline Baskin; Sarah b 1834, m. Franklin Baird; Thompson b. 1845, m. Eva Sewell; Caleb Jr. b. 1848, m. Emily Amanda Baskin; Dicey b. 1850, m. Troy Nall; Elizabeth b. 1855, m. J.T. Moore. Almon was my great-great grandfather.



I've been looking for documentation about Caleb for a while now. Would appreciate any info you can give me...

Carol Giles >>



Thanks, Carol. I have a paper pending publication on the hanging of son James in Hamilton Co. in 1860 for murder and cattle rustling. Have you heard this story? Also, wasn't Baskin a married name of Almon's wife? Or was this Caleb Jr.'s wife. Would like to get the descendants of Almon.



John Barron

Subj: Re: BARRON Family

Date: 03/20/98

To: BUBBABEAR7



In a message dated 98-03-19 21:38:26 EST, you write:



<< All I have on the Barron family is: My Gr grandfather, William Henry Derden married Jane Elizabeth Barron 23 DEC 1869 in Athens, Tx. They had 6 children------Eugene born 2 OCT 1870 Ennis, Tx. died 21 OCT 1899; W.L. born 9 JAN 1872 in Athens, Tx. died 30 JULY 1878; H.J. born 11 April 1875 , died 23 Feb 1881; James Reuben (Rube) born 28 Nov 1880 died 19 Oct 1968; Charlie born 4 May 1885 died 7 Oct 1899; Pearl Alma(my Grandmother) born 25 Jan 1882 died 3 Nov 1969.

My GrGr Grandparents were Thomas Y. Barron born 27 Dec 1807 died 25 Oct 1887 married M.J. ???? born 25 Jan 1822 died 30 Oct 1896. That is all I know about the Barron family.

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>



Thanks, we'll see if any Barron Circle members can help. Would you like to be included in the mailing list?



John Barron

Subj: Re: Barron INFO

Date: 03/20/98

To: bclifton@htcomp.net



In a message dated 98-03-20 15:45:43 EST, you write:



<< John, How's everything this Fri. eve.? Do you know where i might find out about people who lived around what is now Mobile,Ala. from about 1760-1815 ? John Thomas Hunt came to America from Ireland & we know his son William Frederick Hunt was born in that erea in 1815.The Hunt family comes from my grandmother Barron's side of the family. Her mother married Pinkney Gann, but she was a Hunt before she married. We know that Pinkney Gann & wife Laura Etta Hunt traveled to Ark. to visit relatives & then went on to Fla. to visit. We don't know who, unless his grandfather was still alive then. This visit was about 1910 or 1911. Some trip by wagon, huh. We also know that French fur traders settled this area & it later was ruled by the British. Mobile wasn't part of Ala. at this time. I'm still trying to log on to your web site. When I type in the add, I get 200+ web sites to look at, & i can't find yours. I must be doing something wrong. I would appreciate any help you could give me on the Ala. info. Thanks Don Barron >>



Hi Don, I am very familiar with this part of the country as my Lott family went there from GA at the start of the Rev. War in 1776 when it was under British rule. Spain took it in 1780 and they went back to face the music. Part of the family were Torys. I haven't come across the Hunt family, however. I'll route your message around the Barron Circle and see if someone else has.



My web page can be accessed as follows:



http://members.aol.com/JBarron933



or if your message reader allows, click on the following



John Barron's Home Page



John Barron

Subj: Re: BARRON Family

Date: 03/20/98

To: hairtater@aol.com



In a message dated 98-03-20 19:08:07 EST, you write:



<< My name is Sharon Lisman Baxter and I have began researching my husband's family of Baxters and Barrons. John and Jane Duncan Barron's daughter Violet , married Andrew Baxter , My husband's family lines.

Violet and Andrew Baxter

Thomas Baxter

Thomas Wilson Baxter

Herman Emory Baxter

Thomas Elisha Baxter,Sr.

Thomas Elisha Baxter JR.

The last 4 generations live in Mansfield, Tx., Midlothian, Tx., and Palmer, Tx.

I will check your web page. Please be in contact with us.

Thank you , Sharon Lisman Baxter HAIRTATER@aol.com

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>



Thanks Sharon. Your line is from what I call the Archibald Barron line. We have at least one more Barron Circle member from this group. Would you like to join our mailing list?



John Barron

Subj: Re: Barron Research

Date: 03/21/98

To: sarchet@WBU1.WBU.EDU



In a message dated 98-03-21 09:19:34 EST, you write:



<< JBarron933 wrote:

> Sorry to be so long answering, been out of town all week.

> I'll try to answer as follows: 1)There are many Barron lines that we discuss, mostly southern.

Is anyone else on the Barron Circle descended from "Capt. William Barron/Prudence Davis" line? (This is not my only Barron line of interest; I'm just curious as to who else may be unraveling the "mysteries" of this family.)

> 2) I'll put your name on the mailing list and let you decide for yourself if it is worth while.

Thanks! I'm assuming I copy to the circle members as I'm doing in this message. If there is a central address I'm supposed to post to, please let me know.

3) Yes, indeed. Thank you (my concern is for commercial web surfers who harvest posted addresses and send spam).

4) Mine comes to a brick wall in 1874 in

> Navarro Co., TX, with g-grandfather, John W. Barron, but have been researching

> Barron's for 20 years.

>

> I don't believe that the Britton Barron group is connected with "Capt."

> William Barron, but would certainly like to hear why you think so.

Mea culpa (or "my bad" as my 11-year-old would say). I saw "Troup" in the post and immediately thought it was referring to Troup Co., GA. I now realize the reference was to Troup, TX. One comment I do have--merely based on the given name of Britton--I have seen that name (as a given name) a great deal in various families in Edgecombe and Nash Counties, NC.

>

> I'd be interested in the Craven Co., NC, connection.

I will prepare a post on that. I will state up front that I was not the one who originally made this connection (of Capt. William Barron's line coming from Craven Co., NC and not directly from Waterford, Ireland). That discovery was made by Dr. Timothy Hudson and his cousin Col. Mike Beck (U.S. Marines). Neither researcher is doing gen. research at this time, however.

And last of all I'll

> give you my standard challenge for members of your line: Do you have

> contemporary (with her time), primary evidence of the first name of the husband

> of the widow Prudence Barron?

Irrefutable proof (such as a marriage record)--no. Circumstantial evidence--yes. In my Craven Co. post I will show what has been discovered about this couple. A short summary: (Mrs.) Prudence Barron first appears in GA records (that I've seen) as a landowner in Wilkes Co., GA in 1785. She was granted this land. I am now trying to determine why she was granted the land. GA's bounty land grants were in large part in this time period to Rev. soldiers. These soldiers did not have to be GA residents. However, some land is called "bounty land" that was given to non-Rev. veterans.

I'm not sure that "Capt. William Barron" even lived in GA. On a trip to the GA Archives several years ago, I found information on a Capt. William Barron of Burke Co., GA, but he does not appear to be the one I seek. However, in tracking a Thomas Barron in Wilkes Co., GA we find that he is from Edgecombe Co., NC. Another lead brought Capt. Wm. Barron's researchers to Craven Co. There we find a William Barron, the right age in the right time period, who is associated with the family of Thomas Davis. Thomas Davis left an orphan, Prudence Davis, who is specifically mentioned in court records.

This William Barron and Prudence Davis do not appear in Craven Co. records during the time period Prudence Barron is in Wilkes Co., GA. In addition, there is an older William Barron in Craven Co. whom we wonder is Capt. William Barron's father.

I tend to think (still investigating here) that Capt. William Barron (I use this name and rank so folks will know who I'm talking about) did indeed fight in the Am. Rev. If so, it may well have been from NC and his widow received bounty land in GA. I, too, have questioned how we know of his military service, not to mention acquiring the rank of Capt. (If this proves to be totally unfounded, the folks in Tyler, Smith Co., TX are going to be quite disappointed as their Sons of the American Revolution chapter (SAR) is named after Capt. William Barron.)

Even if Capt. Wm. Barron saw military service, I doubt seriously that he was beheaded at the "Seige of Augusta" as the story goes. The historical society in Augusta has never heard of this, plus my historian friends tell me this would be highly unlikely. For whatever it's worth, the old card file (ca. 1920s) at the GA Archives has a note on the summary information given on Capt. Barron--the note states "not beheaded."

Also the traditional story (i.e., the John Garrard letter) states Prudence and William lived in Warren Co. The records distinctly indicate Wilkes Co. (I realize Warren was formed from Wilkes, but the part Prudence lived in remained in Wilkes.) Also, the death date for Prudence is later than indicated in the story.

One last thing on the story--it states the family came to GA directly from Ireland. However, the obituary of Samuel Barron, son of Capt. Wm. and Prudence, states he (Samuel) served in the Am. Rev. from NC. (By the way, his brother John Barron was a Rev. soldier as well.) It was not previously known that at least 2 sons of Capt. Wm. were Rev. veterans as well as their father(?). Also, the NC reference was a real clue. In addition, a prominent physician in Jones Co., GA who was a grandson of Capt. William, states in his "mug biography" in "GA Memoirs" that his father and grandfather Barron came from VA and NC and prior to that the family lived in MD.

Back to Smith Co., TX--I have quite a bit of information compiled on the descendants of Capt. William Barron who resided there (and their numbers are legion). This information was compiled in the 1960s/1970s during my childhood by two cousins of mine who live in Tyler (I just need to locate this notebook as it has been packed away for some time).

I look forward to being a part of, and learning from, the Barron Circle.

Donna Sarchet

Plainview, TX

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>



This is the best news and research that I have ever seen on this family. You will be a very valuable (and probably a most controversial) member of our group. As you know, this line suffers from an over-abundance of legendary "information" that has stymied research due to, among other things, DAR's acceptance of it without evidence.



John Barron

Subj: Re: Barron

Date: 03/21/98

To: Rbghill47



In a message dated 98-03-21 20:51:21 EST, you write:



<< With due respect, I too, would like to be removed from the web page list - not the circle - just the web page.

I was also wondering if you had found the J. W. Barron records in Grimes Co.? I found some records [late 1800's] in that name several years ago while searching in the courthouse for Rev. John Barron records there. I have them at home if you do not have them. Just let me know. I will be home the 27th -

Thanks,

Beth

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>





Beth, thanks I would definitely like to have them. I think that I will just take both the rosters for Lott and Barron off the web page. I can circulate them around periodically. Do you think that would be better?



John

Subj: Re: BARRON Family

Date: 98-03-21 21:13:19 EST

From: Rbghill47

To: JBarron933, BUBBABEAR7



Hi John,

Just me again - I hate being so picky, but, on the web page under the marriage of John Barron - his first wife, Mary Barron - you have her listed as the dtr. of Samuel and Polly Leonard - I have not yet found out the maiden name of Samuel's wife - but, in the probate proceedings in Keowee Pickens Co.,SC [copy in my possession] and a couple of census records - her name is listed as "Nancy" Barron - I have been researching the possibility of her being a dtr. of Isaac Titsworth - a family that conducted business with and lived near the Barron family in SC - I have been trying to obtain a probate or will or adm. on Isaac Titsworth in hopes of it naming his heirs. As far as Mary Barron being a first cousin, this Too is unproven. Family stories passed down to me indicate that she was a 'cousin' of John Barrons - to what degree, I know not? I think if I do ever find out exactly who this Samuel Barron is in Pickens co. and his relationship to Gabriel - it will open up a lot of doors in my line and perhaps others?

Just didn't want my name as the contributor of the Polly Leonard information - at least until it is proven or not ?



Thanks, Beth

Subj: Re: Barron Tid-bits

Date: 98-03-21 15:08:37 EST

From: f_harrisonpm@TITAN.SFASU.EDU (Patrick M. Harrison)

Reply-to: f_harrisonpm@TITAN.SFASU.EDU

To: JBarron933@aol.com (JBarron933)



According to my records, Almon Barron married Elizabeth Caroline baskin 22 Feb 1860 in Smith Co., Tx. Caleb Barron Jr., married Emily Amanda Baskin 22 Apr 1866 in Smith Co., Tx. Carol, if you want my file on Caleb, I can send it email or otherwise.



Patrick Harrison

Subj: Re: Help!

Date: 03/22/98

To: sarchet@WBU1.WBU.EDU



In a message dated 98-03-22 18:32:14 EST, you write:



<< Also, I find it interesting you've known the Tyler area Wilkins for 20 years. I've never met James Wilkins and he wouldn't know me at all, but I've heard of him for a good long while. Is he still interested in Barron genealogy? >>



I don't know James either; only know of him. I know John Wilkins because back in the '70s he was the editor of the wonderful quarterly, Records of East Texas. I did some indexing on some of it years ago and John sent me back issues as well as a ton of Barron information. Haven't heard from him in a long time.



You should send your new research to James. I think he is enough of a researcher to consider new information even if it jolts the image of "Capt" William.



No rush about sending anything. I'm tied up to caring for my elderly father and just sort of forwarding things now without much comment.



John Barron

Subj: Re: BARRON Family

Date: 98-03-22 14:34:28 EST

From: f_harrisonpm@TITAN.SFASU.EDU (Patrick M. Harrison)

Reply-to: f_harrisonpm@TITAN.SFASU.EDU

To: Rbghill47@aol.com (Rbghill47)

CC: JBarron933@aol.com



In reply to your comment about John and Mary being "first cousins" I have heard that information from at least five sources, some from Mississippi and some from the Texas cousins. Now we know that they were cousins, the family story is too strong to just discount out of hand. Whether they were first cousins is another story and one that a great many of the descendants carry in their records. Where it started and why is another problem. However, given the ages of John and Mary, it is certainly realistic that they could be first cousins. Because we have not yet found a positive "smoking gun" for Samuel to be a son of James and Jemimah is nothing. I would bring up the problem of Caleb and his apparent relationship to J&J and we have no firm proof about that connection. There is something here we are missing and it is the reason that Samuel and Caleb - if they were really part of the family - did not get some money out James estate. I don't know whether there was a break between J&J and Samuel because of the first cousin marriage and Samuel's reaction to same. If Samuel was not a child of J&J, whose child is he. We have already accounted for the Samuel that was a product of the York Co., Barrons so where did Samuel come from and why the close relationship between Samuel and Gabriel. Didn't Samuel have brothers and sisters of his own. Samuel, like Caleb is just "out there" with a family and siblings and that is very peculiar in that day and age.



So, we have to give some credibility to the fact that John and Mary were cousins and perhaps first cousins. they left Samuel's household and were never heard from again. That was in a day when the family seemed to know what everyone was doing in four or five different states. The Mississippi Barrons knew what was going on in Texas and were writing letters back and forth. My G-Grandfather, Jefferson Davis Barron, who was blind) uprooted his whole family in Choctaw Co., Ms. and took them by train and wagon to dig gold with Solomon in Sweetwater, Texas. How did he know about this and get encouragement from Solomon to "come on out." So..... why didn't the family who were probating the legacy of Samuel know what had happened to Mary. Surely Gabriel was not "Lost" too and he was with them in Louisiana. Something is peculiar here and one good reason could be that John and Mary had embarrassed the family. I don't know but something is awry and it seems to me that the descendants of the family might have some information that we might not have. It seems to me that the Kelleys told me something about the first cousin thing. Have you talked to them lately??



Could Caleb and Samuel be the sons of Henry. If so, Caleb certainly didn't pass his father's name down in his family very prominently. I believe that knowing that Caleb was a hardnosed businessman, maybe he got into trouble when he was young and the notes on the Caleb Barron I sent in the tid-bits might mean that he was in prison for a short time. What did he to? I don't know, but this is the first Caleb Barron I have found outside of our own Caleb Barron and they are about the same age.



Samuel has to belong to someone and if his daughter married Gabriel's son then again, if they were cousins, who did Samuel belong to. They are the right age to be first cousins, and does this mean that they couldn't be first-second cousins, second-cousins, etc? We run into problems with age if we go into another generation especially if we look at the ages of Samuel and Gabriel. We don't have much latitude to skip into another generation age wise.



So, if the family histories that come down with a number of descendants that they were "first" cousins, why didn't Samuel (and also Caleb) get money from James legacy. And, none of us know.



Where are Samuel's descendants? has anyone tried to find them or does anyone have any information on them.



This is not a priority with me as I am descended from Joseph Barron and Hannah McClanahan (one of my great joys was knowing that I had an ancestor named Hannah McClanahan) but I, like you, don't like loose ends. I feel that I will continue to believe the cousin theory until I can come up with something else to replace it, like who were Samuel's ancestors!



Anyway, these thoughts have been rattling around for a number of years and maybe someone can enlighten us about the cousin story and perhaps some of the descendants have something in writing that says "yeah, it's right.



Patrick Harrison, Nacogdoches, Texas

Subj: Re: Help!

Date: 98-03-22 18:32:14 EST

From: sarchet@WBU1.WBU.EDU (Donna Sarchet)

To: JBarron933@aol.com (JBarron933)



Thanks, John. I'll forward to you in the future.



By the way, it may take me a little while to write the Craven Co. post. I'm swamped at work right now. However, I will send it!



Also, I find it interesting you've known the Tyler area Wilkins for 20 years. I've never met James Wilkins and he wouldn't know me at all, but I've heard of him for a good long while. Is he still interested in Barron genealogy? I had wondered about sending him these new finds on the family origins, but I was afraid of offending (one lady in GA was quite appalled by my suggestions that the legend was less than accurate, and I presented it as non-offensively as I could and even mentioned it was supposition at this point). I think, too, that James is the one who got the SAR chapter named after Capt. William Barron.



The cousins I was referring to in my last post was Martha Dinger Moore and Judy Martin (Judy is no longer interested in the Barrons due to her divorce from her husband). I have some of James Wilkins' Barron notes I've received in bits and pieces from other researchers, but I've not ever corresponded with him.



Will be back in touch--



Donna Sarchet

Subj: Census on your homepage

Date: 98-03-23 09:53:17 EST

From: lbarron@fas.harvard.edu (Lucy Barron)

To: jbarron933@aol.com



Daddy,



I've been looking at your census listings for your homepage on BARRONs. Very impressive.



I didn't see the "brother" Wm. H.? BARRON, son of Charles in Henderson Co. Was that in 1880 rather than 1870? Might I request you post that one soon? I'm going to write that Charles Tolbird of Louisiana and see what he knows about the John, son of Charles BARRON.



Are you going to post census BARRONs from other states too or just TX. If so, I think you should divide your links up by state.



I am trying to learn a little of the HTML myself. I want to post my own genealogy homepage!



Love, Lucy

Lucy Barron (617) 495-2446

Senior Serial Cataloger e-mail: lbarron@fas.harvard.edu

Widener Library, Rm. 87

Harvard University

Cambridge, MA 02138

Subj: Re: BARRON Family

Date: 98-03-24 11:57:06 EST

From: Gracieglen

To: JBarron933, Rbghill47



I went to MS last week and while there was given a copy of The Choctaw Plaindealer dated Thursday, Mar 12, 1998. In it there was a Letter to the Editor, which I have copied to this msg. Perhaps some of you from the Ezekiel line can respond to her. Unfortunately, she does not list an email address.



Gracie



Dear Editor:

I am doing a family research and visited your cemetery last week. I copied down the names, dates and remarks on all the McKnight, Barron and Lanthrip graves in your cemetery, and am interested in how they are related to each other and my family.



My maternal grandmother, Ruth Rosana Barron Anderson was born in Ackerman 5 Aug 1891. Her father, Ezekial (Britton?) Barron was born 1845 or 1849, probably in Winston Co. He married Betty Ruth McKnight in Ackerman 10 Aug 1884. Betty, or Elizabeth, was born in Ackerman in July 1855, the dau of Osa Collin/Young McKnight and Rosana Menser/Mincer and/or Lanthrip/Lantrip McKnight. I found Osa's and Rosana's graves in your cemetery. Osa and Rosana were also the parents of Corline, Francis (female), Clarinda, Linda, Matilda, Andrew Jackson, Delilah, Louisa, Thomas Henry/Young, and Henry Marion, born between 1832 and 1851.



I am looking for information about the above people, or other members of their families. Rosana McKnight may have been married once before and I'm hoping to clear up the confusion about her name. Is it possible that John B. Lanthrip, buried in your cemetery, was Rosana's son? Or that Thomas McKnight 1848-1885, buried there was Osa and Rosana's son? I have also heard that either Ezekial or Betty Barron may have been married previously, with at least one child.



I am also looking for Ezekial Barron's parents, Almon Barron, 1825-1863, and his wife Francis M. Ware/Weir Barron, born 1826. Almon and Francis were also the parents of Samuel, Joseph, Sarah, James, George, Mary, Thomas and David, born between 1847 and 1859. The last I know they had property in Winston Co, which was sold in 1866.



I am also interested in purchasing one or two copies of the book "Choctaw County Chronicles", if anyone knows where I may do so.



If any one has any information on this to share, I would really appreciate it. My address is Rt 3 Box 166A-1, Pauls Valley, OK 73075. Yours Truly, Lisa Stark

Subj: Re: BARRON Family

Date: 98-03-24 22:09:03 EST

From: Rbghill47

To: f_harrisonpm@TITAN.SFASU.EDU

CC: JBarron933



I was not discounting the fact that John and Mary were cousins - I do believe that they were - it's just to what degree - it's a well known fact that cousins did marry cousins then and I have other family lines that have proven that very fact - only they were 2nd cousins and the ages were the same or in close proximity of each other.



Until I find that proof [ one way or another]- I would like to have it stated as just 'cousins" if possible? These are my direct lines and I have been researching them for some time - just have not found the information that I would like to have. Like so many others? I don't know what happened to all of Samuel's descendants as I have not researched them that much and have been out of the loop - so to speak -for several months due to my travel associated with my company - I did make it over to the Omaha Main Library today and found a few tidbits, but nothing significant to report. I will keep searching. I am still working on the Titsworth theory of being the maiden name of the wife of Samuel. I do find it strange that the family did not communicate and did not know of Mary's whereabouts and that she had died and Rev. John had already married for the 2nd time. Do we know the religious background of others besides Rev. John and Gabriel? Perhaps there were other differences involved accounting for the lack of communication? Who knows? I will keep plugging away at this and hope to have something to report one of these days that will satisfy my curiosity and put it to rest. <G>

Yours "in the search"

Beth

Subj: [Fwd: Barron family]

Date: 98-03-25 18:24:03 EST

From: f_harrisonpm@TITAN.SFASU.EDU (Patrick M. Harrison)

Reply-to: f_harrisonpm@TITAN.SFASU.EDU

To: JBarron933@aol.com



someone in the circle may be interested i this mail I received

patrick Harrison



--------------------

To: f_harrisonpm@TITAN.SFASU.EDU



Hi Patrick,



I saw your query on the Oconee Co. page, and this is my line also. I descend from Millie Barron, daughter of James and Jemima. They moved to Union Co., GA and then on to Cherokee Co., GA. I am sending you a family group sheet of James and Jemima. Let me know how it compares with your list.



I had thought for years that this name was Barnes, but learned a few months ago that it was Barron. Records in Cherokee Co. show the name both ways, even in the same document.



Millie married Solomon Beck and they lived in Rabun Co., GA. Millie died there. Solomon remarried and moved the family to Cherokee Co. I believe that Solomon Beck was in Cherokee Co. by 1837. James Barron of Union Co., GA bought land in Cherokee Co. in 1844. Perhaps he went there partly to be near his grandchildren.



I haven't worked on this line in several months, so will have to review it. I don't have anything else on the early life of James Barron, his parents or siblings. Hopefully you can fill me in on that part!



Hope to hear from you soon.



Bunnie Gilmer

Toccoa, GA





Descendants of James Barron

1 James Barron b: Abt. 1759 NC d: 1848 Cherokee Co., GA Buried: Family Cem (now in Pickens Co., GA)-land owned by John Crane, 1993

.. +Jemima Unknown b: Abt. 1756 d: 1855 Cherokee Co., GA

....... 2 Millie Barron b: Abt. 1790 Burke Co., NC d: Bef. May 1826 Rabun Co., GA

........... +Solomon Beck b: Abt. 1782 Randolph Co., NC m: Bef. 1811? d: May 1878 Cherokee Co., GA Buried: Sharp Mt. Bapt. Ch. Cem., Cherokee Co., GA

....... 2 Joseph Barron b: Abt. 1791 SC d: Nov 9, 1851 Choctaw Co., MS

Buried: Sturgis Cem., Oktibbeha Co., MS

........... +Hannah McClanahan

....... 2 Ezekiel Barron b: Abt. 1792 SC d: Jan 1860 Winston Co., MS........... +Sarah Unknown

....... 2 Isaac Barron b: Abt. 1793 SC

........... +Winnafer Unknown

....... 2 Nancy Barron b: Abt. 1794 SC

........... +Council Hays

....... 2 Gabriel Barron b: Abt. 1796 SC

....... 2 Elijah Barron b: Abt. 1799 SC d: Mar 1864 Cherokee Co., GA

Buried: Hutcherson Cem., Waleska, Cherokee Co., GA

........... +Sarah "Sallie" Quarles

....... 2 Dicie Barron b: Abt. 1803 SC d: Sep 11, 1863 Winston Co., MS

Buried: Steed Graveyard, Winston Co., MS

........... +David Quarles

Subj: Joseph Barron

Date: 98-03-26 23:11:26 EST

From: mnorr@usa.net (Mary Norr)

To: JBarron933@aol.com



I just joined the Barron Circle and would like to know what proof there is that Joseph Barron (wife Hannah McClanahan), who died 9 Nov 1851 in Choctaw, MS is the son of James Barron. I have seen this connection before but I have never known how the connection was made. Also does anyone know who James father was? The work I have seen states that James father was:



Joseph 1723-1793 m Ann Walker abt 1747 MD.

John Barron m Sarah Stacy 1721 MD

Joseph Barrand abt 1679-1725 m Elizabeth 1691 MD

?Robert

Joseph Barron and Hannah McClanahan were my g g grandparents through their son William. Wm.'s daughter Mary Parthenia Barron married Henry Phillip Brothers in 1896 and their son Oscar is my father.



Mary Brothers Norr

Subj: Louisiana Confederate veteran pension records

Date: 98-03-28 14:45:35 EST

From: pwjacob@memphisonline.com (Patrick W. Jacob)

To: f_harrisonpm@TITAN.SFASU.EDU (Patrick Harrison)



Barron Circle,



Refer to: http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/la/confed.htm for Louisiana Confederate veteran pension records for the following Barron veterans and widows:



BARRON, ALCIDE

BARRON, AROMINTA D. (BOWIE) FERGUSON

BARRON, ARTMISA L. (COOK)

BARRON, ARTMISIA L.

BARRON, CELESTE (MOREAU)

BARRON, HENRY C.

BARRON, HIPPOLY

BARRON, HYPOLITE

BARRON, HYPPOLYTE

BARRON, I. M.

BARRON, JANE E. (NUGENT)

BARRON, JAMES D.

BARRON, JOHN WESLEY

BARRON, J. D.

BARRON, JOHN M.

BARRON, L. B.

BARRON, LEWIS B.

BARRON, M. R.

BARRON, SAMUAL

BARRON, SAMUEL

BARRON, SOPHRONIA (MOSES)

BARRON, SOPHRONICE

BARRON, SOPHRONIE (MOSES)

BARRON, THOMAS C.

BARRON, WILLIAM H.

BARRON, WILLIAM



Instructions are included on the site for getting copies of original documents.



Patrick

Subj: Bienville Parish, La. marriage records

Date: 98-03-29 19:06:38 EST

From: pwjacob@memphisonline.com (Patrick W. Jacob)

To: f_harrisonpm@TITAN.SFASU.EDU (Patrick Harrison)



Barron Circle,



Attached is a transcription of early Barron marriages as recorded in Bienville Parish, Louisiana.



Patrick





--------------------

Marriage records, Bienville Parish, Louisiana:





L. G. Barron and Sarah Jane Thompson as recorded in Book A on Pages 212-213:



"The State of Louisiana

Parish of Bienville



To Joseph M. Lorney or any Minister of the Gospel or Justice of the Peace authorized to

celebrate marriage within the Parish of Bienville. Greeting: You are hereby authorized and

empowered to celebrate marriage between Mr L. G. Barron and Miss Sara Jane Thomson both

residents of said Parish and State to join them together in holy wedlock according to law. Given

under my hand and seal of the District Court this 2nd of October A. D. 1855.



T. Edwards Payton

Clerk District Court



The State of Louisiana

Parish of Bienville



In pursuance of the forgoing license I have this day celebrated marriage" ...



[The return continues on page 213 which I do not have at this time. However, the date of return

was October 3, 1855. The surname Thompson and Thomson are both used for the wife. This is

Llewellyn Gillen Barron, son of Gabriel M. Barron, father of Theodosia Jane Barron, and my

great-great-grandfather.]







L. B. Barron and N. C. Perrett as recorded in Book B on Page 220:



"The State of Louisiana

Parish of Bienville



To H. Draper Esq. or any Minister of the Gospel or Justice of the Peace authorized to celebrate

marriage within the Parish of Bienville. Greeting: You are hereby authorized and empowered to

celebrate marriage between Mr L. B. Barron and Miss N. C. Perrett both residents of said Parish

and State to join them together in holy wedlock according to law. Given under my hand and seal

of office at Sparta this the 7th day of Jan. 1869.



C. H. Murphy

Clerk of D. C.



The State of Louisiana

Parish of Bienville



In pursuance of the forgoing license I have celebrated marriage between Mr L. B. Barron and

Miss N. C. Perrett according to law. In testimony whereof I have caused the parties to sign their

names hereto in presence of the subscribing witnesses this the 7th day of Jan. 1869.



Henry Kacey L. B. Barron

Thomas Reeves N. C. Perrett



H. Draper J. P."



[The date of the license and return are the same.]







W. T. Babers and E. J. Barron as recorded in Book D on Page 12:



"The State of Louisiana

Parish of Bienville



To Rev. John Barron Minister or any Minister of the Gospel or Justice of the Peace authorized to

celebrate marriage within the Parish of Bienville. Greeting: You are hereby authorized and

empowered to celebrate marriage between Mr W. T. Babers and Miss E. J. Barron both residents

of said Parish and State to join them together in holy wedlock according to law. Given under my

hand and seal of office at Sparta. This the 28th day of December A.D. 1872.



J. J. Sprawls

Clerk District Court



The State of Louisiana

Parish of Bienville



In pursuance of the forgoing license I have celebrated marriage between Mr W. T. Babers and

Miss E. J. Barron according to law. In testimony whereof I have caused the parties to sign their

names hereto in presence of the subscribing witnesses.



Witnesses Parties

Jas. M. Hodges W. T. Babers

R. T. Pool E. J. Barron

E. B. Pool

John Barron M.G."



[No date is given for the return. Rev. Barron is John Clayton Barron, son of Gabriel M. Barron.]







James W. Jacob and T. J. Barron as recorded in Book D on Page 191:



"The State of Louisiana

Parish of Bienville



To Rev. W. H. Chandler or any Minister of the Gospel or Justice of the Peace authorized to

celebrate marriage within the Parish of Bienville. Greeting: You are hereby authorized and

empowered to celebrate marriage between Mr Jas. W. Jacob and Miss T. J. Barron both

residents of said Parish and State to join them together in holy wedlock according to law. Given

under my hand and seal of office at Sparta. This the 9th day of June A D 1880.



A. M. Oden

Clerk District Court



The State of Louisiana

Parish of Bienville



In pursuance of the forgoing license I have celebrated marriage between Mr James W. Jacob and

Miss T. J. Barron according to law. In testimony whereof I have caused the parties to sign their

names hereto in presence of the subscribing witnesses. This 20th day of June AD 1880.



Witnesses Parties

B. F. Jacob James W. Jacob

H. S. Barron T. J. Barron



W. H. Chandler M.G."



[This is James Washington Jacob, son of John W. and Tabitha Jacob, and Theodosia Jane

Barron, daughter of Llewellyn Gillen and Sarah Jane Barron. James is my great-grandfather.

Witnesses are Benjamin Franklin Jacob, brother of groom, and Horace S. Barron, brother of

bride.]







Jesse Durbin and Nannie Barron as recorded in Book D on Page 256:



"The State of Louisiana

Parish of Bienville



To R. B. Easley Esq. or any Minister of the Gospel or Justice of the Peace authorized to

celebrate marriage within the Parish of Bienville. Greeting: You are hereby authorized and

empowered to celebrate marriage between Mr Jesse Durbin and Miss Nannie Barron residents of

Winn and Bienville Parish and said state to join them together in holy wedlock according to law.

Given under my hand and seal of office at Sparta. This the 27th day of Dec A D 1882.



W. P. Oden

Clk. D. C.



The State of Louisiana

Parish of Bienville



In pursuance of the forgoing license I have celebrated marriage between Mr Jesse Durbin and

Miss Nannie Barron according to law. In testimony whereof I have caused the parties to sign

their names hereto in presence of the subscribing witnesses. This 4th day of Jan AD 1883.



G. W. Luckey Jesse Durbin

W. H. Bradley Nannie Barron

J. E. Rogers

R. B. Easley"



[Nannie is believed to be the daughter of Thomas W. Barron and Martha Ann Green.]







L. T. Frey and Emma Barron as recorded in Book E on Page 49:



"The State of Louisiana

Parish of Bienville



To R. B. Easley or any Minister of the Gospel or Justice of the Peace authorized to celebrate

marriage within the Parish of Bienville. Greeting: You are hereby authorized and empowered to

celebrate marriage between Mr L. T. Frey and Miss Emma Barron both residents of said Parish

and State to join them together in holy wedlock according to law. Given under my hand and seal

of office at Sparta, the 4th day of January A. D. 1887.



A. J. Moore

Clerk District Court



The State of Louisiana

Parish of Bienville



In pursuance of the forgoing license I have this day celebrated marriage between Mr L. T. Frey

and Miss E. Barron according to law. In testimony whereof I have caused the parties to sign

their names hereto in presence of the subscribing witnesses, this 6th day of Jany. A.D. 1887.



Witnesses Parties

A. W. Hall L. T. Frey

W. S. Durbin E. Barron



R. B. Easley J. P."



[L.T. is believed to be Langdon T. Frey. Emma is believed to be the daughter of Thomas W.

Barron and Martha Ann Green. Emma was born May 5, 1866.]

Subj: Sarah Jane Barron (Thompson)

Date: 98-03-29 19:07:03 EST

From: pwjacob@memphisonline.com (Patrick W. Jacob)

To: f_harrisonpm@TITAN.SFASU.EDU (Patrick Harrison)



Barron Circle,



The following statement from General Land Office file 4877 may be of interest to some of you. Sarah Jane Barron, nee Thompson, was my great-great grandmother. Her husband was Llewellyn Gillen Barron, son of Gabriel M. Barron. (This was not Llewellyn Gilliland Barron, son of John Clayton Barron, and grand-son of Gabriel M. Barron by another wife. Both Gillen and Gilliland had Jr. sons making at least four men with very similar names!)



One of the yet to be solved mysteries of our family is the final whereabouts of this L. G. Barron. He's believed to have been a state representative for Natchitoches Parish. One rumor has him going to Washington state with his secretary! Does anyone have any clues?



Patrick



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The following statement is included in the General Land Office file 4877:



"The State of Louisiana

Parish of Natchitoches



Personally appeared before me this day Sarah Jane Barron, nee Thompson, after being duly

sworn says that her husband L. G. Barron deserted her some time during the year 1889 and some

time during the year 1890 she was legally divorced from him the said L. G. Barron. She further

says that Ashland is her post office which was changed from Lake Village to Ashland, La. The

notice sent me was sent to Chestnut and I just got the notice on the 15th of August 1903.



Sarah Jane Barron, nee Thompson



Sworn to and subscribed to on this the 17th day of August 1903.



L. M. Simmons

Notary Public"

Subj: Barrons in CSA 28th Louisiana Infantry

Date: 98-03-29 21:48:17 EST

From: pwjacob@memphisonline.com (Patrick W. Jacob)

To: f_harrisonpm@TITAN.SFASU.EDU (Patrick Harrison)



Barron Circle,



The following Barrons are listed at

http://members.tripod.com/~pipeslines/ as being members of the

Louisiana's 28th Infantry - "Gray's Regiment":



Barron, Gat., Pvt., Co. A, 28th La. Inf. (Gray's Rgt.) Paroled at Natchitoches, La., June 13th, 1865. Res. Natchitoches Par., La.



Barron, L. G., Pvt., Co. A, 28th La. Inf. (Gray's Rgt.) On Hospital register, "Admitted to C. S. A. Gen. Hospital., Shreveport, La. Returned to Duty April 29th, 1864." Rolls of Prisoners of War Paroled Natchitoches, La., June 15th, 1865. Res. Bienville Par., La.



Barron, M. V., Pvt., Co. G, 28th La. Inf. (Gray's Rgt.) Enlisted March 30th, 1863, -, Miss.



Barron, T. C., Sgt., Co. G, 28th La. Inf. (Gray's Rgt.) Enlisted June 8th, 1862, Monroe, La. Roll for Jan. and Feb., 1863, "Present. Promoted to 5th Sergt. Dec. 10th, 1862."



I believe L. G. Barron is my great great Grandfather Llewellyn Gillen Barron. Does anyone have any additional information on any of these Barrons?



Patrick

Subj: (no subject)

Date: 98-03-31 10:28:30 EST

From: jamilton@alaska.net (Jeff & Monica Hamilton)

Reply-to: jamilton@alaska.net

To: JBarron933@aol.com (John C. Barron)



John,



How do I get put on the Barron loop? I am the cousin of Amy Terral we are looking for any information Maria "Walden" Barron married Davis Barron in South Carolina before 1820. Maria was also known as Princess of the wind. She was an Indian girl born in S C(B:1803 D:11/16/1863) the



Walden family raised her in Hopewell, Mississippi.





Thank You,

Monica

Subj: Samuel Barron GA /Colonial Records

Date: 98-03-31 11:16:02 EST

From: jmc@centex.net (Joyce McMurray)

Reply-to: jmc@centex.net

To: JBarron933@aol.com



John, I found the following in "The Georgia Genealogist".I would like to ask the Circle for info on this Samuel. Under the heading Colonial Records/Queensborough. BARRON, Samuel BRITANNIA 1772,wive and one child.(C.R.XII,254) Certificate of Asa Emanual, Colonel of Burke Co. GA. militia 15 April 1784 entitled BARRON, to bounty land. Petition of Ann Barron, relict of the late Samuel Barron, deceased in behalf if their son, Samuel Baron, the only son and heir, asks warrant to be made to John Crozier in trust for son Samuel Barron of his father's bounty land. Land was to be granted in Washington Co. GA (R.of Rev.,27)



Mrs. Nancy 66 widow of Samuel Barron died 13 Oct.1802 "Louisville Gazette"27 Oct.1802. (Since Nancy was commonly used as a nickname for Ann, this may be the widow above). Location of the above newspaper?? I need the descendants of this Samuel. Of the three Samuels listed in the 1805 LL, I have thought the one in Burke Co. was the best chance to be my Samuel. Sorry this so long, but I need help.



Joyce Barron McMurray

Subj: Barron

Date: 98-03-31 20:49:33 EST

From: Rbghill47

To: JBarron933



John,

Just been busy since being home this trip and almost forgot to send you those little tidbits on the Barrons in Navasota Co. - I think I told you Grimes Co? It's not much, but who knows? I feel that the J. M. Barron is related, not sure who he is, but was a Clerk at the Shiloh Baptist Church in Pankey, Tx in 1895. At the time, Rev. John C. Barron was the Pastor - there were 191 members and value of church property was placed at $400. The Moderator of Assn. was C. R. Guerrant, Bedias. The Pastor of Iola Baptist Church was listed as C. R. Guerrant. [Holman Hartsfield Barron s/o Rev. John and Emma md. Valetta G. Guerrant, dtr. of the Rev. Charles R. Guerrant].



From Deed Records:



J. W. Barron, grantor, Release to Grantee : Duke [?] Jan 18, 1895, filed 4 Jan 1896, Book 41, Pg.55



Grantor J. M. Barron and wife, J. F. Deed: W. I. Scott, Sep 3, 1895, filed Mar 27, 1896, Iola, TX, Book 42, pg. 260, Iola TX



J. L. Barron and wife, grantors, to R. H. Young, grantee, Deed dated apr 24, 1896. Filed Apr 24 1896. Book 42 pg 300, Navasota, Tx



J. W. Barron, grantee, J. J. Barnes [?] and wife, grantor. Deed ated Decf 19, 1893. Filed May 27, 1895. Book 41, pg. 396, Iola, Tx



J. M. Barron, grantee, W. I. Scott, grantor. Deed dated May 21, 1896. Filed Aug 9, 1897. Book 43, pg. 386



J. M. Barron, grantee to F. S. Wilcox and wife. Deed dated Feb 24, 1896 filed Aug 9, 1897. Book 43, pg. 387





#4606 - William E. Barron - Janet S. Barron & Mary Frances Bond: Ind. Executrices dated Jun 12, 1874 $4649 - Janet S. Barron - Bess D. Barron, Guardian dated Nov 17, 1875.



I also found it interesting about the hanging you mentioned. I am waiting on a copy of a photo [original in possession of g-nephew of Mary Ollie Barron Odom] of Rev. John Barron at a hanging - a man had been hung by the rafters of a barn? Could you supply more details to the hanging you mentioned? This has certainly got my curiosity aroused and am more anxious than ever to get my copy of this photo.



Thanks again, Beth

Subj: Re: Barrons in CSA 28th Louisiana Infantry

Date: 98-03-31 20:49:49 EST

From: Rbghill47

To: pwjacob@memphisonline.com



In a message dated 98-03-29 21:48:17 EST, pwjacob@memphisonline.com writes:



<< Barron, M. V., Pvt., Co. G, 28th La. Inf. (Gray's Rgt.) Enlisted March 30th, 1863, -, Miss. >>



This is Martin Van Buren Barron. I have his pension papers in my possession that he filed in Navarro Co., Texas in 1892 - and did receive a pension of $19. per quarter.



Does any of the group know about pension papers and perhaps some interpretation thereof? The question that I have posed to several researchers\genealogist\genealogy librarians across Texas and Kansas [and Military Home in Ks]

is: On the last page of Martins pension is a form "Pensioner Dropped" Dep. of Interior, dated March 5, 1920, listing Martin Van Buren Barron and stating that the pensioner who was last paid $19 to Dec 4, 1916 has been dropped from the roll because of "Failure to Claim" - and then further states as cause " Discharged from National Military Home, Kansas" - any ideas?? All are welcome -



Thanks,

Beth

Subj: Re: Barrons in CSA 28th Louisiana Infantry

Date: 98-03-31 21:12:33 EST

From: f_harrisonpm@TITAN.SFASU.EDU (Patrick M. Harrison)

Reply-to: f_harrisonpm@TITAN.SFASU.EDU

To: Rbghill47@aol.com (Rbghill47)



Beth, it could mean he died or something else. You might find the web site for the Sons of Confederate Veterans organization out of Tennessee and see if they have a connection to Kansas. They are very organized in the old soldiers and their whereabouts and either the national organization or the Kansas site might be able to tell you what happened to him. I know that in Mississippi, we had a good record of those confederate Veterans and their demise. Let me know if you have trouble and I will see what I can find out.



Patrick Harrison, Nacogdoches, Texas.

Subj: Re: Barrons in CSA 28th Louisiana Infantry

Date: 98-04-01 09:26:38 EST

From: Rbghill47

To: f_harrisonpm@TITAN.SFASU.EDU



Patrick,

As a matter of fact, I have been looking for Martin V.B. for some time now. I went to Hamilton Co. a few years ago and did not find a marked grave anywhere near Pottsville area where he was last documented [1910 Fed Census] or in Hamilton Co. period. I did find a monument [broken] for Thomas Barron [son of Solomon]. I corresponded with Leavenworth Co. Historical Society and they did not have a record of Martin at the National Military Home there, nor did the National Military Home or Dwight D. Eisenhower Veterans Adm Center in KS have a record. I also traveled to the Confederate Research Center in Hillsboro, Tx and did not find anything there. I have not contacted the Sons , but will go that direction next. Thanks :D



In 1974 I received a letter from some of the older members of the Barron family in Dawson Co. [Virgil Clyde, Reese Owen Barron] and in the letter they mention Martin Van Buren as having joined the North during the CV and I found that strange? They also mentioned, after this statement was made that Martin VB was a fine and upstanding man. I know that stories get distorted thru the years, but usually have some basis or truth somewhere. This story has bugged me for years? Clyde Barron was recalling what his grandfather, Rev. John Barron, had told him or what he personally recollected. [both were sons of Virgil Oscar Barron].



I am also asking the group if anyone knows anything about the following Barron:



Mollie Barron, b. 12 Jun 1857 in Louisiana and d. 3 Feb 1951 in Temple, Tx. She married a Barron, Albert V. - both are buried in Rogers Cemetery, Bell Co., Tx. I have the death certificate on Mollie and the informant was Mrs. J. C. Helbert. I know that one of Mollie and Albert's dtr. mrd. a Helbert in Hamilton Co. - but, my letters to a Helbert desc. in Abilene, have not been answered. Anybody out there know Mollie and Albert Barron? Would like to establish Mollies maiden name and parents of Albert V. Barron?



Thanks - Beth

Subj: CASKEY Family Tree Extract

Date: 98-04-04 21:32:37 EST

From: pwjacob@memphisonline.com (Patrick W. Jacob)

To: f_harrisonpm@TITAN.SFASU.EDU

Barron Circle,



Following is a brief extract of BARRON surnames from George Park's extensive CASKEY family tree.



Patrick







Extract, "Descendants of Thomas Leroy CASKEY", 7/26/19997, George Park





Elizabeth DAVIS was born on 5 May 1915. She was married to James Barron ALLEN son of Austin Harris ALLEN Sr. and Irene Bertis BARRON) in Jun 1945 in Atlanta, Fulton, GA. James Barron ALLEN was born on 27 Dec 1914 in Saline, Bienville, LA. He died on 9 Jul 1970 in Azle, Tarrant, TX. He was buried on 11 Jul 1970 in Azle, Tarrant, TX.



Virginia Estelle CASKEY was born on 24 Apr 1922 in Liberty Hill, Bienville, LA. She was married to Alvin Edwin BARRON (son of James Cleveland BARRON Sr. and Theodosia LOE) in 1946. Alvin Edwin BARRON was born on 28 Jan 1910 in Friendship, Bienville, LA. He died on 2 Mar 1992. Virginia Estelle CASKEY and Alvin Edwin BARRON had the following children:



Sandra Kaye BARRON.

William Talton BARRON.



Thomas Willard CASKEY Sr. was born on 21 May 1932 in Bossier City, Bossier, LA. He died on 17 Feb 1987 in Shreveport, Caddo, LA. He was buried on 19 Feb 1987 in Bossier City, Bossier, LA. He was married to Sammy BARRON. Sammy BARRON was born. Thomas Willard CASKEY Sr and Sammy BARRON had the following children:



Vicky CASKEY.

Jackie CASKEY was born.



He was married to Lois Julee SCHRAEDER (daughter of Alvin SCHRAEDER and Lena ABEL) in Shreveport, Caddo, LA. Lois Julee SCHRAEDER was born on 3 Aug 1944. Thomas Willard CASKEY Sr. and Lois Julee SCHRAEDER had the following children:



Thomas Willard CASKEY Jr.

Brenda CASKEY.

Debbie CASKEY.



Sandra Kaye BARRON was born on 23 Nov 1947 in Hodge, Jackson, LA. She was married to Timothy Charles ANDREWS (son of Charles Thomas ANDREWS and Lucille HAYES) in 1970. Timothy Charles ANDREWS was born in 1948 in Opelousas, St. Landry, LA. He was a Field Engineer. Sandra Kaye BARRON and Timothy Charles ANDREWS had the following children:



Eric Timothy ANDREWS was born on 20 Sep 1970 in Lawton, Comanche, OK.

Kimberly Kaye ANDREWS was born on 22 Feb 1972 in Hodge, Jackson, LA.



Erin Estelle ANDREWS was born on 20 Sep 1978 in Jonesboro, Jackson, LA.

Jennifer Marie ANDREWS was born on 7 Feb 1983 in Jonesboro, Jackson, LA.



William Talton BARRON was born on 7 Nov 1951 in Hodge, Jackson, LA. He was married to Mary Cathryn PRICE (daughter of T. Ellis PRICE and Mary Alice ALLEN) in 1971. Mary Cathryn PRICE was born on 15 Aug 1953 in Hodge, Jackson, LA. William Talton BARRON and Mary Cathryn PRICE had the following children:



Jacob Talton BARRON was born on 18 Nov 1978 in Bossier City, Bossier, LA.

Subj: Samuel Barron and wife Joanna Braswell--GA

Date: 98-04-04 13:52:55 EST

From: sarchet@WBU1.WBU.EDU (Donna Sarchet)

To: JBarron933@aol.com



This is a transcript of the Bible of Samuel Barron (son of Capt. William Barron and wife Prudence Davis) and his wife Joannah Braswell. This couple resided in Wilkes, Hancock, and Jones Counties, GA.



I received this information from Paul Timon. His niece has the original Bible. Paul is not subscribed to the Barron Circle, but I am sending him information about joining. His comments and e-mail and US mail addresses appear at the bottom of this message.



Donna Sarchet

Plainview, TX



Samuel and Joannah Barron - Family Record

Births



Samuel Barron was born 4 July 1768.



Joannah Barron, S. Barron's wife was born 10 December 1771.



Sally Barron was born 2 February 1794.



James Barron was born 8 May 1795.



Wiley Barron was born 5 September, 1796.



William Barron was born 1 January 1798.



Nancy Barron was born 5 May 1799.



Rebecca Barron was born 29 December 1800.



Benjamin Barron was born 3 July 1802.





Jonathan Barron was born 16 May 1804.



Willis Barron was born 9 August 1805.



Thomas Green Barron was born 28 July 1807.



Abington Barron was born 3 October 1809.



Isac Jones Barron son of Jothathan and Judy Barron was born on the 6th

of

April 1845.

Marriages



Samuel Barron and Joannah, his wife were married 22 March 1793.



James Barron was married on the 18th of August 1818



Rebecca Barron was married on the 1 day of March 1821



Wilie Barron was married on the 17 of June 1821.



William Barron was married on the 21 of January 1823



Sarah Barron was married on the 20 of Febuary 1823



Willis Barron was married on the 25 of January 1827



Johnathan Barron was married on the 22 of January 1829



Benjamin Barron was married on the 14 of July 1831



Nancy Barron was married 21st July 1835



Thomas G Barron married 28th April 1836

Deaths



Samuel Barron died the 20 June 1826.



Sarah Jane Barron the daughter of Willis Barron died the 14 of November

1832



Joannah Barron the wife of Samuel Barron died on Wednesday morning at

four

o'clock the 5 of Febuary 1834



William Barron died 20th Detm 1836



Nancy Morrow died 25th Dec 1864



Willis Barron died 17th July 1840



Sarah Pryorey died 21st Nov 1841



Johnathan Barron died 3rd of April 1845.



Judy Barron wife of Johnathan Barron died 23d April 1845



Abington Barron died March 11th 1852



Wiley Barron died January 6th 1856



William G Barron died 29th day of July 1854.



James Barron died 1st Sept 1857







I have a copy of a copy of the family record and it is hard to read. The ink came through the paper from the other side in several places and there are ink splotches. The birth dates of the children appear to have been all entered at the same time except for the grandchild. It contains marriage dates but no spouse names. Names are hard to make out - Iaac (instead of Isaac) and Green (could be Griese) and Pryorey. My niece has the Bible but it's old and we don't want to make any more copies if we don't have to.



Paul Timon

9371 Southshore Drive

Huntington Beach, CA 92646-7224

(714) 962-4673

PAULTIMON@aol.com

Subj: Re: CSA - Texas Records

Date: 98-04-05 22:09:53 EDT

From: f_harrisonpm@TITAN.SFASU.EDU (Patrick M. Harrison)

Reply-to: f_harrisonpm@TITAN.SFASU.EDU

To: dpbb@dgsdmail.dgsd.k2.ak.us



Years ago, I found the following information in a cemetery not far from my brothers's house in Richardson:



James M. Barron, b. 31 May 1845, d. 25 Jul 1930 wife, virginia routh Barron, b. 15 Oct 1855, d. 5 sep 1939 This was the Big Springs Baptist Church, Big Springs, Tx., Cemetery In case anyone needs this.



Patrick Harrison, Nacogdoches, Texas



Bill wrote:



> Civil War Pension Applications from the Texas Archives

>

> Thomas Barron

> Born Mississippi

> Died November 25, 1915 - Ellis County, TX

> Married January 10, 1898 - Limestone County, TX

> Wife - Mrs. A. F. Barron (lists her age a 73, born in Dallas County,

> Alabama)

> Applied for pension in Harris County, TX in December, 1915

> Application Witnessed by - C. Marie Barron & W. R. Barron

> Mrs. A. F. Barron died in Harris County, TX in March, 1922 in the home

> of her grand daughter - Mrs. J. L. Golden

> Application 32325 same as 8455

>

> James Madison Barron

> Died July 25, 1930 - Collin County, TX

> Wife - Virginia Routh Barron Died October 13, 1939 - Plano, TX

> 13th Alabama Regiment Infantry - Company B

> Enlisted May 30, 1863 at Moss Neck, Virginia

> Application 47772

>

> John W. Barron

> Born Merriweather Co, Georgia

> DiedMay 26, 1927

> Texarkana, Bowie County, TX

> 63 Alabama Regiment Company D - Thomas Brigade Morrow Division

> 76 years of age in January, 1923

> Enlisted in Spring 1864

> Captured Blakely, Alabama

> Wife Sarah M. Barron

> Born November 1. 1853

> Married December 22, 1875 - Merirweather, Georgia

> Died September 19, 1929

> Son - W. Barron

> Application 38937

> Application 43056

>

> John Alfred Barron

> Died October 14, 1901 - Panola County, TX

> Company K Brooks Regiment Faginıs Brigade 34th Arkansas Infantry

> (enlisted 1862)

> Wife - Mary Jane Barron (78 in 1901)(died February 2, 1919)

> Married 1857 - Washington Co, Arkansas

> E.H. Barron - son

> Persia Barron - daughter

> Application 21622

>

> James Wiley Barron

> Born Tippah County, Mississippi

> Enlisted in 1863 - Company B Terrellıs Regiment Cavalry (TX)

> Company D Stevens Regiment, Merrickıs Battalion

> Witnessed - W. N. Barron

> Camp County, TX

> 64 years old in 1909

> Died Swptember, 1911

> Application 17407

> Appliciation 21519

> Wife - Annie Barron (Died October 26, 1926)

> Camp County, TX

> Married 1867 - Hoskins County, TX

>

> J. S. Barron

> Born in Georgia



> Died September 18, 1923

> Douglas Battery, Texas Artillery

> Enlisted August 11, 1861

> 71 years old in 1909

> Smith County, TX

> Sabrina Woolen - daughter

> W. S. Barron - son

> Application 16599

>

> Jasper Barron

> Died September 28, 1902

> Harris County, TX

> Married 1871 - Houston, TX

> Bayou City Guards Cpompany A 5th TX Regiment Infantry

> Enlisted July 19, 1861

> Application 15394

>

> James Lawrence Barron

> Application 477

> Bowie County, TX

> Age 69 in 1899

> Company D Monroeıs Regiment 1st Arkansas Cavalry

>

> Isaac Newton Barron

> Smith County, TX

> 75 years old in 1911

> Born Truop County, Georgia

> Died August 12, 1914

> Company E 6th Alabama Infantry

> Enlisted May 5, 1861

> Application 21253

> Application 28874

> Wife - Georgia A. Barron

> Married December 21, 1865 - Montogomery, Alabama

> Born Chambers County, Alabama

> Died May 15, 1922 (Tyler, TX)

> Son in Law - Stephen W. Walker

>

> Robert Barron

> Collin County, TX

> Born Alabama

> 67 years old in 1914

> Company A 63rd Alabama Infantry

> Died November 29, 1931 - Rockwall, TX

> Son in Law - T. W. Cobb

> Application 25561

>

> William Marion Barron

> Died October 4, 1902

> McLennon County, TX

> Company B 13th Alabama Infantry

> Enlisted 1861 - Archerıs Brigade Heathıs Division - A.P. Hillıs Corps

> Captured Battle of the Wilderness, VA, May 6, 1864

> POW released June 16, 1865 - Elmira, NY

> Mrs. Lucy Hunt Barron

> Born Janurary 24, 1853 - Whitesville, Georgia

> Married March 25, 1883 Dallas County, TX

> Witness - J. M. Barron (brother)

> Step Son Hollis Barron

> Daugher - Cleo Barron

> Application 22184

>

> Sam Barron

> 69 years old in 1917

> Born Winston County, Mississippi

> Died April 22, 1931

> Company F Drate Wilson Cavalry - Mississippi - Foots Regiment

> Etta Barron

> Married June 5, 1895

> Died May 1, 1932

> Fisher County, TX

> Son Levi Barron

> Application 49697

> Application 33818

>

> Virgil Aron Barron

> 28th Louisiana Infantry Regiment Company G - Captain Dave Hardy of

> Montgomery, LA

> Died January 7, 1907

> McLennan County, TX

> Application 28789

> Louisa Ann Barron

> Married September 27, 1860 - Wynn Paris, LA

> 70 years old in 1914

> Born in Georgia

> Witnesses - W. V. Barron & E. P. Barron

> Thomas C. Barron - Rapides Parish, LA - 2nd Lieut. in 28t Regiment

>

> James Henry Miles Barron

> Haskell County, TX

> 71 years old in 1911

> Died December 16, 1919

> Born Wilcox County, Alabama

> Enlisted April 23 to May, 1865

> 31st Louisiana Infantry Company I

> Nephews - Hicks Hall & Jesse Hall (G. H. Hall) (Heirs) - (Lucyıs brother

> - G. W. Hicks)

> Application 20093

> Lucy Elizabeth Barron

> Married August 20, 1896 - Coryell. TX

> Died November 21, 1925

> Application 36412

>

> Thompson Barron

> Died 1900

> Enlisted 1862 - Company F 30th Texas Cavalry - EJ Gurleyıs Regiment

> Martha Ola Barron

> Married 1892 - Roby, TX

> Born April 19, 1864 - TX

> Father- Joseph Lacy (Arkansas) Mother - Elizabeth Smith

> Died July 28, 1951- Ellis County, TX

> Kaufmau County, TX

> Daughter - Mrs. R. F. (Eddie) Brooks

> Application 46673

>

> Texas State Archives - Card Records

>

> David S. Barron Pvt.

> Capt. H. A. Hammer

> Co H TX Mounted Riflemen 2nd Reg.

> Col. John S. Ford

> Enlsited 1861 - Weatherford, TX

>

> G. B. Barron Pvt

> Capt. D. M. Jackson

> Co C 1st Reg

> Enlisted March 1864 Camp McColloch

>

> J. Barron Pvt

> Capt R. M. Whiteside

> Co H Frontier Reg.

> Col James E. McCord

> Enlisted 1863 - Breckenridge

> Age 37

>

> J.J. Barron Pvt

> Capt. Edward Currie

> Inf Co Houston, Crockett Southerners 11th Brigade

> Enlisted 1861 Houston

>

> J.W. Barron 3rd Corpl

> Capt J. W. Sedberry

> Co for Beat No 8 McLennon Cty

> Enlisted 1861

>

> John Barron 1st Sgt

> Capt Green B. Duncan

> Reserve Co Beat No 3 Limestone Co, 19th Brig

> Enlisted 1861

>

> John Barron

> Capt R. P. Ashford

> Milam Co. Militai 27th Brig

> H. P. Hale B.G. TST

> Enlisted 1864

>

> M Barron Pvt

> Capt S. W. Allen



> Coast Guards, Pr. No. 5 , Harris Co. 16th Brigade

> Age 37

>

> Milam Barron - Pvt

> Capt. John M. Stone

> Company TC, Burfordıs Reg

> Enlisted 1862 - Waco

>

> S. Barron Pvt

> Capt James M. Rice

> Co. for 2nd Front. Dist. Maj. G. B. Erath commdg.TST

> Enlisted 1864 Hamilton, Tx

> Age 40

>

> S. B. Barron Pvt

> Capt James A. Jones

> Co C 3rd Regt. TC

> Col H. P. Mabry Comdg

> Enlisteds 1861 Rusk, TX

>

> Samuel B. Barron Pvt

> Capt Francis M. Taylor

> Lone Star Defenders, Rusk, Cherokee Co.

> Enlisted 1861

>

> Thomas Barron Pvt

> Cpt James M. Rice

> Co for 2nd Front Dist

> Maj G. B. Erath

> Enlisted 1864 Hamilton, TX

>

> Travis Barron Pvt

> H. A. Hamner

> Co H TX Mounted Riflemen 2nd Reg

> Col John S. Ford

> Enlisted 1861 Weatherford, TX

>

> William Barron Pvt

> Capt Sam Carter

> Co D - Infantry Waulıs Legion

> Enlisted 1862

> Age 23 - Nativity, TX - Harris County

>

> William Barron 3rd Sgt.

> Capt E. P. Norwood

> Co. No 3, Beat No 1, McLennan Co

> Enlisted 1861

>

> William B. Barron Pvt

> Capt James F. Davis

> Lone Star Guard - Waco, TX 28th Brig

> Enlisted 1861

> Age 27

>

> Z. Barron Pvt

> Capt J. M. Hensley

> co. No. 1 Pr. No. 1, Hunt Co. 14th Brigade

> Enlisted 1861 at Wm Allenıs

> Age 21

Subj: Re: Fwd: Samuel Barron GA /Colonial Records

Date: 98-04-05 22:09:30 EDT

From: sarchet@WBU1.WBU.EDU (Donna Sarchet)

To: JBarron933@aol.com (JBarron933)



Regarding the Samuel Barron of Burke Co., GA that Joyce wrote about--



This week I received a message on this same abstract from the GA Genealogist from Ken Barron of CO (not on Barron Circle). He has been examining this same Samuel Barron (the child on the passenger list)--as well as others--as possibly being his Samuel Barron of Jones Co., GA. Here's part of what Ken Barron sent [NOTE the recurrence of the name JOHN CROZIER in each scenario below]:



> Again, the Samuel Barron and Ann Brazil as the father of our Samuel

> Barron, is a possibility. But, as I see it, there are problems with

> some of the conflicting dates, the source (DAR) and the fact that

> there is no mention of a John Barron.

> >From Roster of the Revolution. Certificates of Service in American

> Revolution, Page 27: -- Barron, Samuel (deceased) Certificate of Asa

> Emanuel, Col., Burke Co. Militia, 15th April, 1784. Entitled to a

> bounty of land. The petition of Ann Barron, relict of the late Samuel

> Barron, deceased, in behalf of her son, Samuel Barron, the only son

> and heir, humbly prays for a warrant unto the said Samuel Barron, her

> son, in trust for him to John Crozier, to be run in the county of

> Washington, Ga.

> -- Tombstone in cemetery near Round Oak, GA, Jones County: Samuel

> Barron born March 16, 1749, died 1802??, Revolutionary War Soldier.

> -- Tombstone in cemetery near Round Oak, GA, Jones County: Ann Brazil

> Barron, wife of Samuel Barron Revolutionary War Soldier. Born 1754.

> Died 1809.

>

> Another possibility is from *Names of the People Lately Arrived From

> Ireland In The Ship Brittania - Jas. Clindinnon, Master* An excerpt

> from the March, 1772 - Georgia Records, that shows a Samuel Barron, a

> wife and 1 child. This could be our Samuel Barron (b. 1767) as the son

> of a Samuel Barron.

> >From the list of about 40 passengers I found three other names that

> appeared in other documents that included the Samuel Barron name.

> (John Crozier, a wife, and one child and one servant; William Brown,

> John Gamboll and five children.) The interesting connection is the

> John Crozier name that appears in the Ann Barron petition.

>



I have more to post on this family (the Jones Co. group), as well as the Craven Co. NC Barrons--just as soon as I find time to input it all onto e-mail! There may be a connection here with Capt. William Barron's line.



Donna Sarchet

Plainview, TX

Subj: Barron Circle

Date: 04/05/98

To: jamilton@alaska.net



In a message dated 98-03-31 10:28:30 EST, you write:



<< John, How do I get put on the Barron loop? I am the cousin of Amy Terral we are looking for any information Maria "Walden" Barron married Davis Barron in South Carolina before 1820. Maria was also known as Princess of the wind. She was an Indian girl born in SC (B:1803 D:11/16/1863)the Walden family raised her in Hopewell, Mississippi.

Thank You, Monica (Jeff & Monica Hamilton)

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>



That's all there is to it. You're on board and welcome. I've been so busy with immediate family, that I've had no time to do any Barron Circle work lately.



If she was born and married in SC, it seems unlikely that she was raised in MS. As you progress in genealogy, you will learn that most tales of Indian ancestry are mostly malarkey. Who knows, however, maybe yours is the exception.



John

Subj: [Fwd: Re: Fwd: Samuel Barron GA /Colonial Records]

Date: 98-04-07 12:57:31 EDT

From: jmc@centex.net (Joyce McMurray)

Reply-to: jmc@centex.net

To: sarchet@WBU1.WBU.EDU

CC: JBarron933@aol.com



This infro' on the Samuel Barron's-son in the colonial records.that I receive giving his death date 1801 and the fact he had no son John.(My John b 1791.) Still leaves a Samuel Barron LL 1805 Burke co. GA. Please give me your thoughts on this possibility Joyce



--------------------

Date: Sun, 05 Apr 1998 18:04:17 +0000

From: Bill <dpbb@dgsdmail.dgsd.k2.ak.us>

Reply-To: dpbb@dgsdmail.dgsd.k2.ak.us

To: jmc@centex.net

Subject: Re: Fwd: Samuel Barron GA /Colonial Records



I believe that this is the Samuel that you are looking for:



Samuel Barron

(b August 23, 1767)

(d December 16, 1801 - Hancock Co, GA)

Father - Samuel Barron

Mother - Ann Brazil

Wife - Jane Miller

(b February 16 1772 - NC)

(d March 17, 1835 - Simpson Co. MS)

Father - Alexander Miller

Mother - Eleanor

Married - July 8, 1790 - GA

Estate Records

Inventory of Estate

Accounts of Estate

Sales of Estate Property

Vouchers Owed

Burnt County Records

Children -

Sarah (b October 19, 1791)

Davis (b July 21, 1794)

Tabitha (b March 5, 1799)

Edmund (b 1800)

Agesilaus



Good Hunting - Bill, Alaska

Subj: Re: Barron

Date: 04/07/98

To: Rbghill47



In a message dated 98-03-31 20:49:33 EST, you write:



<< Could you supply more details to the hanging you mentioned? This has certainly got my curiosity aroused and am more anxious than ever to get my copy of this photo. >>



Thanks, Beth, for the Barron tidbits. I hope to be able to identity some of them soon. I've been traveling a lot too. Had to put my dad in a nurse home last week and have had a bad cold this week. Not much time for genealogy in between.



I will send you the article that I have pending publication and will put it on the web page when it appears in the quarterly.



John

Subj: Re: Barron

Date: 98-04-08 11:22:21 EDT

From: Rbghill47

To: JBarron933



Thanks John, I look forward to the article on the hanging- still waiting on my photo of the hanging I told you about. Wonder if they are one in the same? That would be something, wouldn't it? This photo has been in our family for many years and I remember seeing it many years ago, but did not know it was Rev. John in the photo at that time and I don't believe I even knew who Rev. John was at that time? Not sure, but now I am most interested. I also have a photo of a wagon train with many people in it - we are not sure who all they are or where they were headed? We believe it was in Texas though? who knows?



We are once again having to move - husband was promoted and one of those promotions we could not turn down - not crazy about where, but? You do what you have to do - we are re-locating to Los Angeles within the next 2 months - so not only will I be busy with my job, but moving. arrrrrgh I will try to keep up though. I will keep my AOL address -

thanks,

Beth

Subj: Solomon Barron Info

Date: 98-04-09 16:01:40 EDT

From: f_harrisonpm@TITAN.SFASU.EDU

To: JBarron933@aol.com





I recently corresponded with Sharon Baxter on the Solomon Barron who wound up in Roby Texas. She traces her line back to Solomon Barron(1) b. 1828 and his father John Barron from Mississippi. Solomon had two sons Thomas and Joseph. I have been searching for the Solomon Barron(2) who was the son of Hannah McClanahan and Joseph Barron who wound up in Roby, Texas. Does anyone have anything on either of these Barrons? I would be glad to share what I have on Solomon (2) but it is not much. I wonder if there someway we could connect the two Solomons as they seem to have named their sons with J&J's descendants names.



I know the Kellys might have something on Solomon (2). Have they disappeared from our group?



Did ya'll receive the information I sent on James Madison Barron and Virginia Routh Barron and their burial places??



Patrick Harrison, Nacogdoches, Texas.

Subj: Re: Solomon Barron Info

Date: 04/09/98

To: f_harrisonpm@TITAN.SFASU.EDU



Patrick, I don't think there is but one Solomon. Why does she think they are different men? I'll pass your message on to the group, however.



I did get the info on James Madison and forwarded it on to the group as well as the confederate info. Nice work and very helpful. The Kellys seem to only want to talk on the phone; none have ever sent me e-mail.



I have been so busy running back and forth between Austin and Corsicana trying to handle my father's finances while putting him in a rest home that I haven't been able to do anything justice. Hope this settles down soon or they may have to put me in there with him. He's doing fine, though, taking his walks and playing dominos.



John

Subj: Re: Solomon Barron Info

Date: 98-04-09 17:44:55 EDT

From: f_harrisonpm@TITAN.SFASU.EDU

To: JBarron933@aol.com (JBarron933)





Sorry you are having such a time, I have a 96 year old mother living with me and she takes all my time.



Sharon says that the Solomon her husband was descended from was born in 1828 and his father was John Barron from Mississippi. In 1830 John Barron came to Roby, Texas first and started ranching. Solomon married unknown and had two sons Thomas born Oct 1850 and Joseph.





This Joe Barron married a Nancy Elizabeth Smith, daughter of Robert and Lavisa Greathouse Smith in1875 there in Palmer. She says her husband's line is Archibald Barron, grandaughter Violet Barron, daughter of John and Jane Duncan Barron, married Andrew Baxter and that starts the Baxters. Unless she is confusing the Solomon Barron that was son of Hannah and Joseph with someone else, I don't know. She says there were several "Solomons." What do you make of that??



Patrick

Subj: Re: Solomon Barron Info

Date: 04/09/98

To: f_harrisonpm@TITAN.SFASU.EDU



In a message dated 98-04-09 17:44:55 EDT, you write:



<< Sharon says that the Solomon her husband was descended from was born in 1828 and his father was John Barron from Mississippi. In 1830 John Barron came to Roby, Texas first and started ranching. Solomon married unknown and had two sons Thomas born Oct 1850 and Joseph. This Joe Barron married a Nancy Elizabeth Smith, daughter of Robert and Lavisa Greathouse Smith in 1875 there in Palmer. She says her husband's line is Archibald Barron, grandaughter Violet Barron, daughter of John and Jane Duncan Barron, married Andrew Baxter and that starts the Baxters. Unless she is confusing the Solomon Barron that was son of Hannah and Joseph with someone else, I don't know. She says there were several "Solomons." What do you make of that?? Patrick

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>



I still think it is the same man and he's not related to Archibald Barron. I found him in Choctaw Co., MS, in 1850 with Thomas in household (Joseph not born yet), in Dallas Co. in 1860 with Thomas and 3 other kids, in Hamilton Co. in 1870, etc. see notes below.





1 - Solomon BARRON (CSA)

Born - 16 Aug 1824 AL

Died - 20 Jan 1902 Fisher Co., TX

Son of Joseph BARRON & Hannah McCLANNAHAN

Note - !CENSUS:

Choctaw Co., MS 1850 (p 72). Age 24 b AL, farmer. NAME: Barnes.

Dallas Co., TX 1860 (Lancaster, p 371). Age 36 b MS, farmer.

Hamilton Co., TX 1870 (p 451). Age 44 b AL, horse grazer.

Hamilton Co., TX 1880 (ed 69, sh 45). Age 66 b AL, farmer.

Fisher Co., TX 1900 (Prect 1, ed 167, sh 3). Age 75 b Aug 1824 AL, stockman.

!BIRTH-DEATH-BURIAL: Roby Cemetery, Fisher Co., TX.

!MILITARY: Enlisted Feb 1864 in TST, 2nd Front Dist at Hamilton, TX under Capt

Rice.

!MARRIAGE: Coryell Co. Mar. book "A" 1854-1865. 1993. Coryell Kin. 11(3):7.

Said Solomon Barron to Miss Fannie Cole at residence of A G Lothlen.

sp- Tabitha CHILDRESS

Born - Abt 1827 AL

Dau of Levi CHILDRESS & Susannah MONTGOMERY

Note - !CENSUS:

Census Choctaw Co., MS 1850 (p 72). Age 23 b AL.

!BIRTH-FATHER-MARRIAGE: Hillis, Beth (25206 Dewdrop Ct.; Magnolia, TX 77355).

1994. Gabriel Barron Manuscript. Copy in possison of John C. Barron. Said she

was daughter of Levi Childress and married Solomon Barron.

2 - Thomas BARRON (CSA)

Born - Abt 1844 Choctaw Co., MS

Note - !CENSUS:

Choctaw Co., MS 1850 (p 72). Age 6 b MS.

Dallas Co., TX 1860 (Lancaster, p 371). Age 15 b MS.

Hamilton Co., TX 1880 (ed 69, sh 45). Age 37 b MS, stock raiser.

!MILITARY: Enlisted in TST, 2nd Front Dist at Hamilton, TX under Capt James

Rice.

!RESIDENCES: Lu. 1979. Transfer or sale of animals, Dallas Co., TX, Beginning

1867. The Quarterly [Dallas Co.]. 25(4):221. Dec 1879. He may be the Thomas

Barron who sold a certain lot of cattle to John Mayham, 20 Jun 1870.

!MARRIAGE: Mar Rec of Hamilton Co., TX 1876-91. Cen Tex Gen Soc. 16(4):172.

sp- Katie KEMP

Mar. - 17 Mar 1884 Hamilton Co., TX

2 - Levi BARRON

Born - Abt 1846 Choctaw Co., MS

Died - Apr 1870 Hamilton Co., TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Choctaw Co., MS 1850 (p 72). Age 4 b MS.

Dallas Co., TX 1860 (Lancaster, p 371). Age 13 b MS.

!DEATH: Mort Sch Hamilton Co., TX 1870.

2 - Mary BARRON

Born - Abt 1848 Choctaw Co., MS

Died - Bef 1860

Note - !CENSUS:

Choctaw Co., MS 1850 (p 72). Age 2 b MS.

2 - Joseph BARRON

Born - Abt 1850 TX

Died - 1880/1900 Ellis Co., TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Dallas Co., TX 1860 (Lancaster, p 371). Age 10 b TX.

Hamilton Co., TX 1870 (p 451). Age 19 b MS.

Ellis Co., TX 1880 (ed 46, sh 29). Age 29 b TX, farmer.

!PARENTS: On 1880 census said parents b MS.

!DEATH: On 1900 census wife listed as widow.

sp- N. Elizabeth SMITH

Born - Dec 1853 TX

Mar. - 26 Aug 1875 Ellis Co., TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Ellis Co., TX 1880 (ed 46, sh 29). Age 25 b TX.

Ellis Co., TX 1900 (Palmer, ed 18, sh 2). Age 46 b Dec 1853 TX.

!PARENTS: On 1880 census said parents b TN.

!MARRIAGE: DAR Records Ellis Co., TX, vol 2, p 71.

3 - Yancy BARRON

Born - Aug 1877 Ellis Co., TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Ellis Co., TX 1880 (ed 46, sh 29). Age 4 b TX.

Ellis Co., TX 1900 (Palmer, ed 18, sh 2). Age 22 b Aug 1877 TX, merchant.

3 - Levi BARRON

Born - Aug 1879 Ellis Co., TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Ellis Co., TX 1880 (ed 46, sh 29). Age 9/12 b TX.

Ellis Co., TX 1900 (Palmer, ed 18, sh 2). Age 20 b Aug 1879 TX.

sp- Sarah ?

Born - Abt 1832 AL

Mar. - 25 Sep 1856 Ellis Co., TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Dallas Co., TX 1860 (p 371). Age 28 b AL.

sp- Francis L. COLE

Born - 1 May 1850 TN

Mar. - 23 Mar 1865 Coryell Co., TX

Died - 18 Sep 1925 Fisher Co., TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Hamilton Co., TX 1870 (p 451). Age 23 b TN.

Hamilton Co., TX 1880 (ed 69, sh 45). Age 31 b TN.

Fisher Co., TX 1900 (Prect 1, ed 167, sh 3). Age 50 b May 1850 TN.

!BIRTH-DEATH-BURIAL: Roby Cemetery, Fisher Co., TX.

!MARRIAGE: Coryell Co. Mar. book "A" 1854-1865. 1993. Coryell Kin. 11(3):7.

Said Solomon Barron to Miss Fannie Cole at residence of A G Lothlen.

!NAME: Surname may have been Gregory.

!CHILDREN: On 1900 census said had 7 children with 5 living.

2 - Lydia BARRON

Born - Abt 1869 Hamilton Co., TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Hamilton Co., TX 1870 (p 451). Age 1 b TX.

Hamilton Co., TX 1880 (ed 69, sh 45). Age 11 b TX.

2 - Charles BARRON

Born - Abt 1872 Hamilton Co., TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Hamilton Co., TX 1880 (ed 69, sh 45). Age 8 b TX.

2 - Nannie BARRON

Born - Abt 1874 Hamilton Co., TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Hamilton Co., TX 1880 (ed 69, sh 45). Age 6 b TX.

2 - William BARRON

Born - 25 Apr 1876 Hamilton Co., TX

Died - 18 Dec 1955 Fisher Co., TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Hamilton Co., TX 1880 (ed 69, sh 45). Age 4 b TX.

Fisher Co., TX 1900 (Prect 1, ed 167, sh 11). Age 24 b Apr 1876 TX, stockman.

!BIRTH-DEATH: Miller & Miller. 1989. Fisher Co Texas Cem.

sp- Vida C. ?

Born - 1 Feb 1877

Died - 10 Apr 1970

Bur. - Fisher Co., TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Fisher Co., TX 1900 (Prect 1, ed 167, sh 11). Age 20 b Jan 1880 TX.

!BIRTH-DEATH: Miller & Miller. 1989. Fisher Co Texas Cem.

!MARRIAGE: On 1900 census said married 4 years.

3 - Fay BARRON

Born - Sep 1897 Fisher Co., TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Fisher Co., TX 1900 (Prect 1, ed 167, sh 11). Age 2 b Sep 1897 TX.

2 - Gertrude BARRON

Born - Abt 1879 Hamilton Co., TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Hamilton Co., TX 1880 (ed 69, sh 45). Age 1 b TX.

Subj: Solomon Barron

Date: 98-04-12 01:05:21 EDT

From: Rbghill47

To: JBarron933, f_harrisonpm@TITAN.SFASU.EDU



I think Betty Cole Weinke [Bjlub] could help the researcher [if she hasn't already] on Solomon Barron. Betty is a great niece of Fannie COLE - 3rd wife of Solomon Barron. Both Solomon and Fannie are buried in Roby, TX. I have photos of those grave markers if anybody is interested.

I would also like to know about some of the other Solomon Barrons - I know there have been stories of our Barron kin coming to Texas in 1874 with Sol Barron - seeing as this Solomon Barron was already very well situated in Texas at that time, I would like to know who may have been this Sol Barron who supposedly accompanied my Barron families out of Natchitoches Parish, LA to Leon Co., TX.



Thanks, Beth

Subj: Re: Solomon Barron

Date: 98-04-13 10:41:31 EDT

From: Gracieglen

To: Rbghill47, JBarron933



A couple of weeks ago, I sent a copy of a newspaper query from the Choctaw Plaindealer in Ackerman, MS re Ezekiel Britton Barron family. Just wondering, did anyone respond to the query?



Gracie

Subj: Gabriel Barron

Date: 98-04-15 21:23:58 EDT

From: pwjacob@memphisonline.com (Patrick W. Jacob)

To: f_harrisonpm@TITAN.SFASU.EDU

Barron Circle,



I noted the following two Barron's listed in "Louisiana Soldiers in the War of 1812", a listing donated to the LaGenWeb Archives by the Louisiana Genealogical and Historical Society:



Barron, Gabriel; Private; Capt. Ashley's Co., Mounted Riflemen, La. Mil.

Barron, Matthew; Private; De Clouet's Reg't., La. Militia



You can view the rest of the list at: ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/la/la1812/la1812b1.txt



This Gabriel Barron seems a bit early to be Gabriel M. Barron, father of Llewellyn G. Barron, et al. He would have only been 13 at the time of the war! What do you think?



Patrick

Subj: Henry E. BARRON

Date: 98-04-16 22:25:52 EDT

From: pwjacob@memphisonline.com (Patrick W. Jacob)

To: f_harrisonpm@TITAN.SFASU.EDU



The following query was recently posted on the Vernon Parish, Louisiana genealogical site:



Karen Whitt <4harley3@gte.net> Friday, March 6, 1998. "I am working on my family research, my grandfather was Henry E. BARRON he was born in Leesville,La in 1878 and his father was Samual Madison BARRON born in 1846, this is as far back as I can go and was wondering if someone had any further information on them."



Can any of you Barron Circle members help this lady?

Subj:

Date: 98-04-18 12:01:24 EDT

From: baprice@eramp.net (Bowman or Barbara Price)

To: pwjacob@memphisonline.com



Barron Circle ---- I received this from Elaine Hoff, can any of you help her? /s/ Barbara Barron Price

=====================================================================



From: "Elaine Hoff" <Moonst@pflash.com>



Good evening, I located your surname listing on the rootsweb. I am researching my g-g-g-grandmother, Tabitha C. Barron and her family.



Samuel Barron - b. ABT. 1793; d. 1841 Madison Co., AL

..sp. Martha Cotton b. May 19, 1796 ; d. 1850 Madison Co., AL

....CHILDREN

....1. Tabitha C. Barron b. March 13, 1833 Madison Co., AL; d. July 4, 1899 Stephens Co., TX; m. John Ada Robinson

....2. Samuel Boulds Barron b. November 9, 1834 Madison Co., AL; d. ?? TX Author of The Lone Star Defenders

....3. William J. Barron ???



S.B. Barron lists in his book that his grandfather was James Barron of Ireland.



If this is some of your family, I would like to exchange information. Thank you for your time.



Elaine

Corsicana, Texas

Moonst@pflash.com



Bowman A or Barbara (Barron) Price, 3116 Carroll Drive, Waco, TX, 76708-2219

Tel:(254)753-4018, Email: baprice@eramp.net

Subj: Barron Circle

Date: 04/20/98

To: cwoodson@at.gtaa.gatech.edu



In a message dated 98-04-20 11:28:27 EDT, you write:



<< My ggrandmother was Julia Barron Woodson (married John B. Woodson). I am searching for info on her parents, etc. Our family has no info or ideas regarding Julia's family. I knew "Aunt" Winnie Barron quite well. She was the daughter of Obe and Naomi Clark Barron. She always refered to Julia as "Cousin Julia". Any help would be appreciated. Thanks, Crandall Woodson

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>



Crandall, I don't have anything on Julia Barron Woodson currently in my file, but I have much new information that hasn't been entered as yet from others in the Barron Circle. I am routing your message through the group and hopefully some will have an answer for you.



If you would like to join our group let me know and I will add you name to the e-mail list.



John Barron, Austin, TX

Subj: hello

Date: 98-04-23 23:46:55 EDT

From: irrockin@sprintmail.com (Reitha Gaines)

Reply-to: irrockin@sprintmail.com

To: jbarron933@aol.com



hi, mr. john barron. my name is reitha gaines. i, too, am a direct descendent of Capt.Thomas Hudson Barron. Mary Ellen Barron and James Lafayette Courtney should be my great-grandparents, according to my mother, her father being, B.C. Courtney I, son of Mary E and James L. so, i have some conflicting lineage information i would appreciate some help with if you have the time and wouldn't mind. i live in Leander, outside Austin. my phone # is 259-7778. this is my office/business # and my hours are 9 to 5, m/f. p.s.....i also have a copy of a diary of J.L.Courtneys that describes many goings-on of the days and he writes about Pocahuntas Reese (calling her "Poca") and Ronkalia Barron (he, being called "Bud")...and i have pictures of these people which makes it all so worthwhile...almost like being there. well, enough of my rattling. thanks again for all your hard work. hope to hear from you in the future.

Subj: Re: hello

Date: 04/24/98

To: irrockin@sprintmail.com



In a message dated 98-04-23 23:46:55 EDT, you write:



Subj: Barron Circle

Date: 98-05-09 10:26:52 EDT

From: vphelps@earthlink.net

Reply-to: vphelps@earthlink.net

To: JBarron933@AOL.Com



Dear John Barron,



I got your name and address from Becky Colston who responded to a query I posted seeking information on Barrons in Texas.



The maternal grandmother of my significant other, Eric Lemons, was Mable Lou Barron, born June 10, 1884 in Austin, TX, daughter of Ninion E. Barron (we *think* Ninion is his name) b. about 1853, and Hortense O'Banion b. 1861 in Hays County. Mable Lou had three younger brothers, Edward (Ned), Frank and Joe. Mable Lou Barron married Calhoun Metz Browne in Austin in 1813.



I have not found any mention of a Ninion Barron in any of the records I've searched so far, other than a possible obituary from Washington State.



I would love to become a part of the Barron Circle email group. Is there anything I need to do to participate?



Thanks very much, Virginia Phelps

Subj: Re: Barron Circle

Date: 05/09/98

To: vphelps@earthlink.net



In a message dated 98-05-09 10:26:52 EDT, you write:



<< I got your name and address from Becky Colston who responded to a query I posted seeking information on Barrons in Texas.

The maternal grandmother of my significant other, Eric Lemons, was Mable Lou Barron, born June 10, 1884 in Austin, TX, daughter of Ninion E. Barron (we *think* Ninion is his name) b. about 1853, and Hortense O'Banion b. 1861 in Hays County. Mable Lou had three younger brothers, Edward (Ned), Frank and Joe. Mable Lou Barron married Calhoun Metz Browne in Austin in 1813.

I have not found any mention of a Ninion Barron in any of the records I've searched so far, other than a possible obituary from Washington State.

I would love to become a part of the Barron Circle email group. Is there anything I need to do to participate?

Thanks very much, Virginia Phelps

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>



Thanks, Virginia, you're on board. Somewhere I have a census listing of Ninion Barron with brothers and sisters. I think it listed MD as birthplace for them, but will have to dig it out to be sure. Maybe some of the circle members can help.



John

Subj: Re: Barron Circle

Date: 98-05-10 12:12:04 EDT

From: vphelps@earthlink.net

Reply-to: vphelps@earthlink.net

To: JBarron933@aol.com (JBarron933)



Thank you SO much for the information on Ninion Barron! I don't know how I missed it in the 1880 census of all places. I will definitely revisit it. And if it's not too much trouble, I would indeed like to have the query by Richard Adams from The Barron Family Newsletter, when it's convenient. If you attach the scanned file to an email message, please zip it even if it is a small file. Until I can get my email software upgraded, attachments cannot be extracted from the message unless zipped. (something corrupted so I can't even download the upgrade- must rely on snail mail)



Thank you again! This is a wonderful connection to have.

Virginia

Subj: Barron Circle

Date: 05/09/98

To: lbarron@husc.harvard.edu, bjlub, krobert298



The following is what I have in my records on Ninion Barron. I can also find and scan the query by Richard Adams from The Barron Family Newsletter if anyone wishes.



- Unknown BARRON

2 - Naoma BARRON

Born - Abt 1831 MD

Note - !CENSUS:

Hays Co., TX 1880 (San Marcos, ed 74, sh 47). Age 49 b MD.

2 - Langdon BARRON

Born - Abt 1845 MO

Note - !CENSUS:

Hays Co., TX 1880 (San Marcos, ed 74, sh 47). Age 35 b MO, brick mason.

!PARENTS: On 1880 census he said parents born MD.

sp- Ida ?

Born - Abt 1852 MO

Note - !CENSUS:

Hays Co., TX 1880 (San Marcos, ed 74, sh 47). Age 28 b MO.

!PARENTS: On 1880 census he said parents born OH & MO.

3 - Elvira BARRON

Born - Abt 1873 MO

Note - !CENSUS:

Hays Co., TX 1880 (San Marcos, ed 74, sh 47). Age 7 b MO.

2 - Ninion B. BARRON

Born - Sep 1854/1856 MD

Note - !CENSUS:

Hays Co., TX 1880 (San Marcos, ed 74, sh 47). Age 24 b MD.

Travis Co., TX 1900 (Prect 3, ed 92, sh 8). Age 40 b Sep 1854 MO, bricklayer.

!BIRTH-MARRIAGE-CHILDREN: Adams, R.W. 1982. Query in Barron Family Newsletter.

1(6):2. Listed children as: Mabel, Franklin, Edward, and Joseph.

sp- Hortence O'BANION

Born - Jan 1861 TX

Mar. - Abt 1883 TX

Died - Bef 1934

Note - !CENSUS:

Travis Co., TX 1900 (Prect 3, ed 92, sh 8). Age 39 b Jan 1861 TX.

!MARRIAGE-CHILDREN: On 1900 census said married 17 yrs; 4 children all living.

!BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: Adams, Richard. 1982. Query in Barron Family Newsletter.

1(6):2. Said probably married in Austin, TX.

3 - Mabel L. BARRON

Born - Jun 1884 TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Travis Co., TX 1900 (Prect 3, ed 92, sh 8). Age 15 b Jun 1884 TX.

3 - Ninion O. BARRON

Born - Dec 1885 TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Travis Co., TX 1900 (Prect 3, ed 92, sh 8). Age 14 b Dec 1885 TX.

!CONFLICT: He may have been the child listed as Edward by Richard Adams.

3 - Franklin R. BARRON

Born - May 1888 TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Travis Co., TX 1900 (Prect 3, ed 92, sh 8). Age 12 b May 1888 TX.

3 - Joseph J. BARRON

Born - Sep 1889 TX

Note - !CENSUS:

Travis Co., TX 1900 (Prect 3, ed 92, sh 8). Age 10 b Sep 1889 TX.

Subj: Re: Barron Circle

Date: 05/10/98

To: vphelps@earthlink.net



In a message dated 98-05-10 12:12:04 EDT, you write:



<< Thank you SO much for the information on Ninion Barron! I don't know how I missed it in the 1880 census of all places. I will definitely revisit it. And if it's not too much trouble, I would indeed like to have the query by Richard Adams from The Barron Family Newsletter, when it's convenient. If you attach the scanned file to an email message, please zip it even if it is a small file. Until I can get my email software upgraded, attachments cannot be extracted from the message unless zipped. (something corrupted so I can't even download the upgrade - must rely on snail mail)

Thank you again! This is a wonderful connection to have. Virginia

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>



Thanks, Virginia. The query is so small that I have just included it in this message. The following query is from The Barron Family Newsletter, vol 1, #6 (Mar-Apr 1982). Don't know anything about Richard Adams and the address looks like a military one.



Desire info on Ninion BARRON born 1856 MD, married Sarah Hortense O'BANION probably in Austin TX; children: Mabel, Franklin, Edward, Joseph. Sarah BARRON b. 1861 d. before 1934, Richard W. Adams, P.O. Box 422, APO NY 09403.

Subj: Re: Barron Circle

Date: 98-05-10 20:45:43 EDT

From: vphelps@earthlink.net

Reply-to: vphelps@earthlink.net

To: JBarron933@aol.com (JBarron933)



John,



Thank you again! Today has been a productive day for my Barron research. I sat down with the information that you gave me and loaded up all my Family Tree Maker CD's. I need to see 1850/1860 censuses of Missouri, but it appears that this family may have lived in St. Louis or St. Charles for a period of time. Family tales mentioned an "Aunt Lou" from St. Charles that came to visit from time to time (this would have been in the 20's?). The FTM marriage CD's show that Langdon C. Barron married Ida Reeder on 24 March, 1870 in St. Louis. The 1850 census index lists an N.B.Barron living in St. Charles, MO (I'm hoping this is Ninion's father, also Ninion B. Barron, but need to see the actual census to find out.)



Along with Langdon C. Barron, there are seven other Barrons that got married in St. Louis between 1861 and 1876, one of them Oliver B. Barron.



I went further and looked in Maryland and found an elder Oliver Barron who married twice; first to either Mary or Sarah Wilson, and then to Elizabeth Beall (m. 1829). Elizabeth had about five children, among them an Oliver and a Ninion.



Of course I've got a lot of confirmation to do but it looks fairly promising.



One other thing, Eric and I were discussing Texas-Ninion's son, Ned/Edward. It turns out that he was always just called Ned and Eric assumed it was short for Edward (as may have Richard Adams). But in fact, it may have been a nickname for Ninion since that was his father's name as well.



I appreciate the phone numbers for Richard Adamses in Texas. I'll try to get a little more concrete information and then see if I can't track him down.



Thank you again!

Virginia

Subj: Re: Barron Circle

Date: 98-05-13 13:59:37 EDT

From: KRobert298

To: JBarron933



Dear John,



I have just returned from a genealogy trip to SC in which I have found some new information on our SC Barrons which I will send to you to put out to the Circle as I find time to type it.



About a month ago, I wrote to Jackson Co. GA and requested the will of Isaac Titsworth and it came in while I was gone. The information in the will now opens up some interesting possibilities and new questions. I will give an abstract of the important parts of the will:



Jackson Co. GA Will Book A, p. 249-252. I Isaac Titsworth of Jackson Co. GA being in my perfect senses and sound mind...

Item 1, I give and bequeath to my grand son Meriah [?] Lewis Bennett & my grand daughter Patsy Paul Bennett being the children & heirs of my daughter Elizabeth, Elizabeth Bennett deceased, one fourth net part...they being now of lawful age...

Item 2, I give & bequeath to my daughter Nancy Barren & my son in law Samuel Barren her husband one fourth net part of my estate...

Item 3, I give & bequeath to my grand son Thomas Nicks being the only surviving child of my daughter Rebeccah, Rebeccah Nicks deceased, one fourth part...after he shall become of lawfull age to him...

Item 4, I give & bequeath to my grand children (viz) Amanda Eliza Isaac N Thomas Elizabeth Marshal William Nancy & Calvin Barron being the children of my daughter Sally, Sally Barron deceased one fourth net part...as they may severally become of lawfull age...

[the will goes on to dispose of 400 acres and slaves. Isaac emancipated "my good old faithful negro woman Maren [or Mareu]" and appointed her a guardian for her protection and $100 for her necessities]

Executors Hardy Stickland and William M. Gathright.

1st day of March 1839. Isaac "X" Titsworth.

Witnesses: Preston Hardy, Edward Wills, A.W. Morrison.

Probated Nov. term 1840.



The will is very interesting on how he wished his slaves disposed. I am sending a copy of the will to Beth Hillis and will send a copy to anyone else who would like one.



With the other deed records I have on Isaac Titsworth and Samuel Barron (of Pendleton/Pickens SC), I think this proves that Samuel Barron's wife, Nancy, was Isaac Titsworth's daughter. If you will recall the Pendleton District SC deed of 1824 where Isaac Titsworth sold to Samuel Barron 450 acres, the witnesses were Thomas C. Barron and Jacob Nix. Jacob Nix could be the husband of Rebeccah Nicks.



This will ties two Barron familes to Isaac Titsworth, Samuel and Thomas C. Although no one previously thought there was any connection, I think the Jackson Co. GA Barrons and the Pendleton District SC Barrons may be more closely related we thought. I just got through traveling through these sections of GA and SC and they are not that far apart distance wise. If anyone has worked the Jackson Co. GA deed records on the Barrons and Isaac Titsworth, it would be helpful to see where their lands were located and when they came into Jackson Co. Do we have any Thomas Barron researchers as part of the Circle that can give us the ages of Thomas C. and Sally Barron's children so we can estimate when Thomas and Sally married?



I have more to send as I can find time to input the information.



Karen Robertson

Subj: Re: Barron Circle

Date: 98-05-13 20:10:56 EDT

From: KRobert298

To: JBarron933



Dear John,



The following is information I located on my trip to SC. I had planned to go to the NC Archives, but we wore out in SC from all the driving and did not make it to Raleigh, NC. I was able to spend more time in Anderson, Pickens and Spartanburg Counties researching my various families. I did not really locate anything new on James Barron, but did copy the balance of deeds on him that I did not have. I will supplement my Barron deed abstracts (later) and will upload a copy for you or anyone else who would like them.



I finally located a deed between Henry Barron and Samuel Barron. I have always thought that Samuel was probably the son of Henry and Hannah, not James (and Henry and James were brothers and probable sons of old Joseph Barron of Washington Co. TN). And Henry Barron and Isaac Titsworth lived close to each other in Pendleton District. There are records in Washington Co. TN for Isaac Titsworth Jr. and Sr. prior to 1800. Here are the deeds on Henry Barron and Samuel Barron:



14 Aug. 1809; Pendleton District SC. Henry and Hannah Barron of Pendleton District to John Rich Jun. of same, for $300, all that tract of land lying on the waters of Twelve Mile River, adjoining John Evans and Joseph Woodall being part of a tract of 427 acres granted to John Evans 27 Aug. 1790, and part of another tract, the whole containing 572 acres. Signed Henry [his mark] Baron, Hannah [her mark] Baron. Wit: Jas. Carleton, Casper "CH" Hedrick. Witness oath of Casper Hedrick make 6 Nov. 1809. Recorded 4 June 1810. [Anderson Co. SC Deed Book K, p. 154]



4 Nov. 1814; Pendleton District SC. William Pellum of the county of Warren TN to Henry Barron of Warren Co. KY, for $50, tract of land in Pendleton District SC containing 239 acres lying on a creek called Ninetimes waters of litel Eastatoa waters of Keowee River, granted to William Pellum 2 April 1798. Signed Wm [his mark] Pullum. Wit: Joseph Barron, Benjamin Barron. Witness oath of Joseph Barron in Pendleton District, 18 Nov. 1815. Recorded 5 Feb. 1816. [Anderson Co. SC Deed Book M, p. 470-471]



3 Dec. 1815; Henry Barron of Warren Co. KY to Samuel Barron of Pendleton Co. SC, for $50, 239 acres lying on a creek called Nine Times waters of Litil Eastatoa waters of Keowee River and hath such form and marks as the old grant of 2 April 1798 to Wm. Pelum. Signed Henry [his mark] Barron. Test: Isaac [his mark] Titsworth, Manoah Stephens. Witness oath given on 12 April 1816, of Manoah Stephens in Pendleton District who says he saw Joseph Barron as agent for Henry Barron by Power of Attorney. Recorded 28 March 1820. [Anderson Co. SC Deed Book P, p. 50]



23 Dec. 1824; Jackson Co. GA. Isaac Titsworth of Jackson Co. GA, to Samuel Barron of Pendleton District SC, for $1000, 450 acres on the Keowee River originally granted to to William Tate, to a conditional line made by Isaac Titsworth and Fields Pewet. Signed Isaac [his mark] Titsworth. Test: Jacob Nix, Thos. C. Barron, J.P. Witness oath of Thomas C. Barron in Jackson Co. GA, 28 Jan. 1826. Recorded 29 Nov. 1828 [or 1826]. [Pickens Co. SC Deed Book A1, p. 17-18]

[Part of this land was purchased by Isaac Titsworth in 1798]



On 7 March 1820, Samuel Barron sold to Valentine Nix the 239 acres on Nine Times Creek. Valentine Nix is another possible husband for Rebecca Titsworth Nicks. I have other deeds on Isaac Titsworth and Samuel Barron that I am not listing here.



The above does not prove Samuel to be Henry's son, but I now have all the deeds out of Anderson Co. and Pickens Co., and this may be as close as we will ever get unless someone locates probate records on Henry Barron.



I also found some interesting deeds on Jamison Barron who some researchers have tried to attach to our James Barron. The following deeds puts Jamison in close proximity with Wm. Barron and the Hillhouse family and Jamison may belong to the western York Co. SC Barron family.



18 Nov. 1815; Pendleton District. John Stell and James Taylor to William Barron, for $400, tract of 132 acres on the southwest side of Rocky River, bordering Wm. Kingfield. Signed Jn. Steell, James [his mark] Taylor. Test: Ransom Thompson, Zacheriah Thompson. Rec. 30 Dec. 1816. [Anderson Co. SC Deed Book N p. 50-51.



25 Dec. 1816; Pendleton District SC. James Dalrymple Robert Thompson Ranson Thompson John Millwee Elisha Lewis Sarah Dalrymple Rebecca Dalrymple [there were no commas] of said District to Jamison Barron of same, for $200, a tract containing 200 acres lying on the waters of Rockey River being a part of a tract of land granted to Samuel Dalrymple deceased and bounded by [?] Dobbins Jesse Davis John Dalrymple and John Dobbins land, bequeathed to us by the last will and testament of Samuel Dalrymple. Signed [all of the above]. Test: Joseph F. Coner, William Barron. Witness oath of William Barron 15 May 1817. Recorded 27 May 1817. [Anderson Co. SC Deed Book N, p. 222-223]



21 Jan. 1822; Pendleton District SC. Jamison Barron of said District to Elizabeth James of same, for $500, 200 acres lying on the waters of Rocky River, being a part of a tract of land originally ganted to Samuel Dalrymple deceased and convey by his heirs to the said Barron, bounded by lands belonging to James Dobbins Adam Todd, Samuel Hillhouse and Anthony Hall. Signed Jamison Barron. Wit: William Hillhouse, John Hillhouse. Dower release of Margaret Barron, wife of Jamison Barron, 25 Jan. 1822. Witness oath of John Hillhouse 25 Jan. 1822. Recorded 4 Feb. 1822. [Anderson Co. SC Deed Book P, p. 296]



I will be happy to send copies of the deeds if anyone wants them.



Karen Robertson

Subj: Re: Barron Circle

Date: 98-05-14 13:19:14 EDT

From: KRobert298

To: JBarron933



Dear John,



Everything I send you may be posted for everyone's use. I love working deed records and have had an on-going project of abstracting all the Barron deeds (and related families) as I can locate them. I try to get copies of the deeds from the county deed books whenever possible instead of relying on published abstracts. After this trip, I think I have all the Barron deeds that relates to James Barron and his family from Anderson Co. (where the old Pendleton District deeds are located) and Pickens Co. SC, and many deeds from GA. I think deeds are the most overlooked valuable genealogical resource we have.



I think having deeds posted at your web-site is a wonderful idea. I already have abstracted a ton of them, and this was before this last trip! I will add all the "new" deeds (including the ones I posted in my last message) to my project and send them as an attachment to you for posting.



Karen

Subj: Fwd: Barron Circle

Date: 05/14/98

To: lbarron@husc.harvard.edu, bjlub, krobert298



Karen,



this is most interesting and, of course, raises as many questions as answers. What's new about that, huh? Since we have good evidence that the Jackson Co., GA, group (Thomas C. Barron, Barnabas, etc.) is from the Edgecombe Co., NC, group, and it goes back to the early 1700s in tidewater Virginia, what do you think the connection is with the Maryland Joseph Barron group? Could you map out a proposed relationship chart?



Bill Barron in some of his last issues of the Barron Family Newsletter also showed evidence that the Maryland family was in Barbados prior to coming the mainland. He was also working on the English origin of them. I don't know what has become of his research materials. Supposedly they were to be donated to a university in Ohio (can't recall the name now).



John Barron

Subj: Re: Barron Circle

Date: 98-05-14 21:53:27 EDT

From: KRobert298

To: JBarron933



File: RRON.DED (26284 bytes)

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In a message dated 98-05-14 11:41:26 EDT, you write:



<< Since we have good evidence that the Jackson Co., GA, group (Thomas C. Barron, Barnabas, etc.) is from the Edgecombe Co., NC, group, and it goes back to the early 1700s in tidewater Virginia, what do you think the connection is with the Maryland Joseph Barron group? Could you map out a proposed relationship chart? >>



Dear John,



I don't have enough records to make a run at that yet. It would be like spitting in the wind for me to start speculating on relationships at this point! I think we need more information on Thomas C. Barron and his marriage to Sally Titsworth first. My deed records place Isacc Titsworth in Pendleton District until 1816 and the next one in 1824 has him in Jackson Co. GA. He moved sometime between 1816 and 1824 it would appear. The question is did Thomas C. meet and marry Sally Titsworth in Pendleton District SC or Jackson Co. GA? If they married in Pendleton District, then you have to wonder why Thomas C. was visiting there in the first place. According to your records, Thomas C. was born about 1780; the 1820 census listing has him with 2 females under the age of 10, so that means he and Sally would have married sometime around 1815. (He sure does seem to be a little old when he married and started having children). The way Isaac T. listed his daughters in the will may have indicated their order of birth, with Sally being the last daughter born. I need to get the Jackson Co. GA deed records and try to figure out when Isaac T. moved from Pendleton to Jackson. By the way, are we sure Thomas C. is the son of Thomas Barron and Obedience Rogers?



I have been working on my Barron deed records and am attaching them. Let me know if they transmitted OK. By the way, the earlier deed records I sent you were technically cited wrong. I cited Anderson Co. and instead it should have been Pendleton District. Since they were in Anderson Co., I wrote them down that way. I have corrected the deeds that I am sending you.



Karen R.

Bulverde, TX

Subj: Re: Barron Circle

Date: 05/14/98

To: f_harrisonpm@TITAN.SFASU.EDU



In a message dated 98-05-14 22:09:32 EDT, you write:



<< Undoubtedly I need Envoy7 to open deed file and Netscape says I don't have that. If you have serched the Bureau of Land Management files on line, there are three listings for a Thomas C. Barron in the Alabama records for 6/1/1831 and 7/16/1831. I have not looked at the records ( I have been having trouble downloading the records on the site) but wonder if this is the same Thomas C. Barron?

Patrick Harrison

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Patrick, I've also seen this Thomas C. Barron in Alabama too. I think he's on the 1840 census, but will have to check. If so then he must not be the same as the one in Jackson Co., GA.

Subj: Llewellyn G. Barron

Date: 98-05-14 22:10:22 EDT

From: pwjacob@memphisonline.com (Patrick W. Jacob)

To: Rbghill47@aol.com (Rbghill47)



Beth,



I recently got the following information from World Family Tree Vol. 15 regarding Llewellyn G. Barron:



"1 Llewellyn G. Barron b: June 23, 1838 in Winston City, Ms d: September 28, 1928 in Walla Walla, Wa

. +Ellen Josephine Brown b: August 09, 1854 in Hampton, Ar m: WFT Est. 1866-1897 d: June 05, 1920 in Walla Walla, Wa Father: Wiley C. Brown

........ 2 Mae Josephine Barron b: January 11, 1894 in Woodburn, Or d: July 23, 1973 in Walla Walla, Wa

............ +James Thomas Ary b: November 11, 1889 in Bismark, Il m: November 05, 1921 in Walla Walla, Wa d: September 17, 1953 in Walla Walla, Wa Father: John Alexander Ary Mother: Fannie Rebecca Rinker

................... 3 Marcia Ellen Ary b: Private

....................... +John Edgar Neel b: July 25, 1921 in Torrington, Wy. m: Private d: November 17, 1991 in Walla Walla, Wa. Father: George Guy Neel Mother: Ella Marie Pope

.............................. 4 John Edgar Neel b: Private

.................................. +Corleen Hozan b: Private m: Private

.............................. *2nd Wife of John Edgar Neel:

.................................. +Sharon S. Reiber b: Private m: Private"



I believe this is Llewellyn Gillen Barron who left Natchitoches Parish around 1899. He was divorced from Sarah Jane (Thompson) Barron in 1890 and left behind a large family of 12 children including my great grandmother Theodosia Jane (Jacob) Barron. I've been looking for him for a long time. This find fits an old family legend very well. He apparently did married again and had one more child.



Patrick

Subj: J. R. Barron

Date: 98-05-15 18:38:15 EDT

From: pwjacob@memphisonline.com (Patrick W. Jacob)

To: f_harrisonpm@TITAN.SFASU.EDU (Patrick Harrison)



Barron Circle,



I noticed a brief reference to J. R. Barron in an extract from "History of Sabine Parish" by John G. Belisle, The Sabine Banner Press, 1912 for the village of Mitchell, Louisiana:



"Mitchell Lodge No. 252, F. & A. M., was chartered in 1896. The first officers were M. C. Geiger, W. M.; J. A. Cates, S. W.; W. F. Ledford, J. W.; J. F. Jackson, J. D.; P. L. Tatum, tyler; A. G. Kidd, chaplain. J. R. Barron is the present worshipful master.



Among the citizens of this community are J. D. McLeroy, J. W. Sistrunk, T. H. Coplen, J. R. Barron, J. E. Largent, Jeff Tatum, W. H. Mains, A. E. Slay and R. L. Price."



Patrick

Subj: Re: Barron Circle

Date: 98-05-17 18:50:47 EDT

From: Rbghill47

To: JBarron933, lbarron@husc.harvard.edu, Bjlub



This query came to me and since I am still not at home [ due home the 22nd] and do not have access to my research I thought somebody in our group could help Lucy out now. Thanks a bunch,

Beth

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^



Subj: Geneology check from Lucy Barron Wolpin

Date: 98-05-11 15:45:55 EDT

From: b.wolpin@mindspring.com (Bill Wolpin)

To: rbghill47@aol.com



Hi, my name is Lucy Wolpin, I live in Tucker,Georgia ( originally from LaGrange, GA )and I saw a web site for Barrons from Winston Co., Alabama. I e-mailed a woman named Barbara Price who gave me your e- mail address and said you were researching family members from there. My grandfather was Elbert Virgil Barron, born in Arley, AL on May 13, 1900.His parents were John Wesley Barron ( Oct.13, 1876 -April 17, 1965 ) John's wife was a Morrow, I don't know her first name. John had a sister named Nancy and brothers named George and Bill. That's about all I know. My grandfather, Elbert had a full brother, Charley, and sisters Edna and Bessie( who had a twin, Jessie, who died in infancy ); he also had half- siblings, Edgar, Emmett and Ethel( They liked those E names...). Their mother was named Minnie ?,John's first wife died. I wonder if you have any information on these people? Any connection? I am very new to this on-line genealogy stuff, but I would like to hear from you.



Thanks very much, Lucy W.

Subj: Re: BARRON, CALEB

Date: 05/17/98

To: KPat3275



In a message dated 98-05-17 21:29:08 EDT, you write:



<< know that John D Brown married Nancy Barron and that they had a daughter, Naomi Brown born December 25, 1884. I do not have a marriage date on John and Nancy. I have found a John Barron that left items to David, John, Sarah Anne, Nancy and Amanda. His widow was Mary Barron. If any of these names sound familiar, i would appreciate any help.

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Hi Kathy, I routed your enquire around the Barron Circle which is a group of on-line Barron researchers. Perhaps one of them will recognize your Nancy. Would you like me to add your name to the list? We come up with some real help sometimes. Just today someone found a Barron they had been searching for a long time.



The John Barron that you referred to was from Lawrence Co., but this was in the 1820s. Not sure where his children ended up, however.



John

Subj: Barron

Date: 98-05-17 19:55:26 EDT

From: Memarle

To: b.wolpin@mindspring.com

CC: JBarron933



Lucy, I am so excited about your letter that was sent out to the Barron circle. I have been searching for the parents of my Charles Wesley Barron born 4-6-1862. He said on census that he was born in AL. He came to East Texas as a teenager and never told his children who his parents were. The family names you listed are the same as he named his children. Emmette, John Wesley (born 1 - - 1888) married 1st Jennie Plunkett and 2nd Bessie Sides) could they be the same family?

Subj: Re: BARRON, CALEB

Date: 98-05-17 21:29:08 EDT

From: KPat3275

To: JBarron933



I know that John D Brown married Nancy Barron and that they had a daughter, Naomi Brown born December 25, 1884. I do not have a marriage date on John and Nancy. I have found a John Barron that left items to David, John, Sarah Anne, Nancy and Amanda. His widow was Mary Barron. If any of these names sound familiar, i would appreciate any help. Kathy

Subj: Barron File

Date: 98-05-26 11:44:47 EDT

From: Rbghill47

To: JBarron933, lbarron@husc.harvard.edu, Bjlub





Barron Circle of Cousins,

While diggin' through boxes and closets in our impending move, I ran across some old research notes and thought I would share with the group. I think most everybody has most of this information, but for those who don't - ....

This information came from the old "Barron Family Newsletter" published by William P. Barron out of Fairburn, Ohio - not sure how long these newsletters were published, but the following was taken from an issue in 1975.[V.1;No.1, May-June]

I have other notes from the same issue and also from another issue, if anybody is interested - let me know. Other info includes: William Mathais Barron\WIliam Paul Barron, Sr.\ Thomas Hudson Barron\DAR Patriot Index -Barron\Ky Land Grants by Jillson [Part II, pg 998]\John Barron, Rev. Soldier records\ Mathias Jackson Barron\Andrew Joseph Barron\ALexander F. Barron\info from Twyla McMillan\Info from Carolyn Joan Hills Kaminski\

Yours in "the hunt"

Beth

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The earliest progenitor of the Barron family is believed to be one Robert Barron, who at the age of 18, sailed to Virginia from Gravesend, England aboard the David Jo about the year 1635.

It is entirely possible that young Robert landed at Jamestown and from there removed to Kent Island, now a part of Talbot County, Maryland.

William Claiborne, a Virginian, established a colony and trading post on Kent Island in 1631. Shortly thereafter, Claibourne was having difficulties with Lord Baltimores colony because he would not recognize the authority of his priprietary government. This Maryland government was not established on St. Clement's Island until 1634, so Claibourne thought he had prior rights. He did not have a land patent, but only a trading license, so his [Claibourne's] claims were invalid and he lost the dispute. This contest over land titles developed into open hostility between the two settlements. A naval battle between Claibourne's ship Cocktrice, and Lord Baltimore's ships Little St. Helen and St. Margaret ensued at the mouth of the Pocomoke River on April 23, 1635. [this was about the time young Robert arrived in Virginia.] The quarrel between Claibourne and the Maryland colonists was the chief topic of conversation at Jamestown, and there was considerable excitement. William Claibourne had made numerous trips to Jamestown to get recruits for his Maryland colony on Kent Island and the opportunity for Robert Barron to be among them was established, although his name does not appear on records known to date. [Roy Holmes Hall, The Barron and Hall Family Histories with Notes on Related Families, Dallas, TX, 1967, p.4-5]

It is believed that Robert was the father of John Barron, Sr. John Barron, Sr. married Elizabeth \\ in Easton, Maryland April 8, 1697, at the St. Peter Parish Christ Church. There were only two children known by this union: Sarah Barron, born 3 October 1698 and John Barron, Jr., born 3 Aug, 1701.[ibid.p.6. records from St.Peter's Parish reg. suggest that Joseph, not John Sr. is the proper name. Further, these records suggest two other children: Elizabeth, who md. James Merrick, Dec 10, 1713, and another dtr. wife of George Prouse. Joseph d. May 13, 1725, his son was baptized on Aug 3, and b. on June 24. Maryland Calender of Wills, show that John Jr. preceded his father in death]

John Barron, Jr. is presumed to be the father of Joseph Barron, although no proven link can be found to date, and that he was probably born around March 1723. He was married to Ann Walker [?] in 1747, and had nine children: Hannah, John, Joseph, William, James, Walker, Sarah , Mary and Henry.

Around 1756, Joseph moved his family to Dorset County, Maryland for a brief spell, then removed to Rowan County, NC around 1758, where they remained until approximately 1768. At that time the family relocated near Fort Chiswell in Montgomery Co., VA. They settled in an area where considerable lead was mined and smelted for use in the Revolution. These mines furnished considerable employment for the frontier settlers and the product was badly needed by the colonies.

Joseph Barron was appointed road overseer by the County Court in 1778. He was to oversee the road 'from Evan Williams to the fork of the road at Michael Dougherties' new house and that he, with the usual hand, keep the road in repairs". [Sumner-History of SW VA, cited by R.H.Hall, p.7.]

Like all the frontiers of Revolutionary America, the Ft. Chiswell area was troubled by Indian raids. The lead mines were essential to the colonists and in order to protect them, expeditions were organized to subdue the Indians. John and William, sons of Joseph, joined these expeditions as volunteers and draftees for various terms of service, depending on the needs of the time.

Early in 1780, Joseph moved with his family south westward into Washington Co. NC, now a part of Tennessee, first settling on East Sinking Creek, then West Sinking Creek. His son, John, William and James, also purchased land in the area.

After twelve years of farming in the Carolina Hills, Joseph evidently felt that he didn't have long to live, for in 1792, he started giving his land to the children. His last will and testament was written in June, 1793, and probated in court August 3, 1793.



John Barron, oldest son of Joseph and Ann Barron, was born in Tolbert County, Maryland, on October 3, 1749 [John Barron, Soldier of American Revolution", Our Family Heritage, V.1, Jun 73,, pg.23] and married Susannah McBee in Washington Co. NC, on April 12, 1781, in the presence of John Duncan, JP. They had issues, Mary, Elizabeth, William, James, John, Mathias [b. in TN, then NC] Walker, Noel, Susannah, Isaac, and Evans [b. in KY]

John Barron served for a time in June 1776 under Capt. John Montgomery for 2 months at Ft. Chiswell. Then in August 1776, his company marched to the Long Island of Holston River in TN to combine with the forces of COl. William Christy, who would later prevent the Overhill Cherokee Indians from joining Tarelton at King's Mountain, on raids against the Indians in eastern TN. He served in suceeding expeditions in the fall of 1777, and March 1778. In Dec 1780, he served under Capt. Daniel Smith, in another expedition under Col Sevier, who had just won a brilliant victory at Kings Mountain two months earlier, against the Indians around the Tellico. [Pension W2987, Rev. War, Natl Archives, Washington, DC]

John Barron remained in Washington Co. TN except for a brief period of three years from 1790 to 1793, in Franklin Co. GA, until 1797, when he moved his family to Buck Creek in Pulaski Co., KY. He purchased a farm, as did his brother William, and remained there until his death in 1841, on March 14. His wife died at White Oak Gap on Aug 17, 1850.

James Barron, the son of John and Susannah Barron, was b. June 23, 1791 in TN, and married Nancy McKenzie, the dtr of David and Mary Gergueson McKenzie, in PUlaski Co. KY on Nov 22, 1820 [Pulaski Co. Marr Records, Bk1,pg 62]. They gave issue to nine children between 1821 and 1837, Susannah McBee, William, James Lacey, David Walker, Mary Ann, Mathais Jackson, Sarah Jane, Elizabeth Josephine, and Rachel McAllister.

James Barron served as a private under Samuel Tate, Capt. during the War of 1812. He enlisted on 20 Aug 1813, and was attached to the 7th Reg. Ky Mounted Vol, commanded by Col. Michah Taul, and was discharged at Somerset, Dec 22, 1813. [Pension WC 24987, Natl Archives, Washington, DC]. He was a farmer at WHite Oak Gap until his death, 31 Mar 1865, and a member of the Flat LIck Baptist Church, established in 1790; the Barron family being some of the prominent early members. His wife, Nancy McKenzie Barron, lived until 1894, and presided over a large family clan at annual reunions and picnics at the old homestead until her death.

Subj: Barron mail list

Date: 98-05-26 19:33:12 EDT

From: CP4FSU

To: JBarron933



Please add me to your Barron Mailing list. I am a descendent of Ridley Barron of Clayton County, Ala.. He was married in Upson County Ga. to a Jane Brown in 1845. I believe his father to be Samuel Barron who was also in Clayton County Al. in the 1860 census at over 80 years old, he was noted to be born in Md..



Thanks, Carolyn Barron Ponds

Subj: Charles BARRON

Date: 98-05-29 15:29:23 EDT

From: lbarron@fas.harvard.edu (Lucy Barron)

To: neinast@tstar.net

CC: jbarron933@aol.com



Hello Mark,



I too am searching for information on Charles BARRON who married Ann Eliza BROWN (my records show married in AL). Charles was probably son of Alexander. I'm cc'ing this message to my father who runs a "Barron Circle" email group. He has more on the ancestry of Charles and will put you on the circle list if you like.



Do you know where Charles and wife died or where they are buried. I would be most interested in what you have on the children of Charles.



From which child do you descend? Would you know anything about the son named John who was born about 1848 or 1849? My great-great grandfather was John W. BARRON. He was in Kerens, Navarro Co., TX in 1880. We think he is in Waco in 1870. In 1880 he is living with father-in-law Cowan McCLUNG where John's occupation is given as Constable. By 10 May 1881 he is already dead as a new constable is being sought.



In nearby Henderson Co., TX is living William BARRON and new wife in 1880. William was a son of Charles. His proximity to John W. gives some support to the idea that John W. was also son of Charles.





Lucy Barron



Subj: Charles Barron

Date: 98-05-30 10:48:39 EDT

From: lbarron@fas.harvard.edu (Lucy Barron)

To: JBarron933@aol.com (John Barron)



Some very interesting info. here. I know you have some Civil War stuff for John BARRONs of Louisiana. Could it be that our John W. faked a death or identity? Or could the tradition be wrong? Do your civil war records show any John BARRON dying in the war? If not, maybe they just lost track of him. If a John did die, perhaps they might have more records.



I didn't know about Charles' death date and the cause. They seem to be Methodists. This might help us if we can locate church records.



What do you have on Charles' ancestry? Do you think we may have a match here? She does have John "W." in her records.

Subj: Re: Charles Barron

Date: 05/30/98

To: lbarron@fas.harvard.edu



In a message dated 98-05-30 10:48:39 EDT, you write:



<< Could it be that our John W. faked a death or identity? Or could the tradition be wrong? Do your civil war records show any John BARRON dying in the war? If not, maybe they just lost track of him. >>



Well, the county court minutes said he was dead so I think they are right. I do have a John W. Barrow, of Jackson Par., who was a prisoner during the C.W. He may be the same one as Charles'. I'd be interested to know her source even if it is just tradition.

Subj: Re: Charles Barron

Date: 98-05-30 19:23:39 EDT

From: lbarron@fas.harvard.edu (Lucy Barron)

To: neinast@tstar.net (Mark Neinast)



Kay,



First let me apologize for calling you Mark. I guess that's what I get for not paying closer attention to the query. Yes, the John BARRON of Austin, TX who runs the Barron Circle is my father. He has an extensive database on Southern BARRONs and has some of Alexander BARRON's ancestry, I believe, but I'll double check with him.



I was very excited with the information you shared. I do not know much about Charles and did not know about the circumstances of his death. You say a trip to Columbia, is this in Louisiana or where? I know there's a Columbia, MO. I wonder why he went there? Did his wife Annie predecease him, to your knowledge? She was a BROWN, somewhere I have their marriage information, but I don't know her parentage.



There is a black cloud surrounding our John W. BARRON. We are trying to figure out what it is. The information died with my great-grandfather's generation. Undoubtedly he and also his MASSEY in-laws knew what it was but would never discuss it with my grandfather or his siblings. We believe that John W. BARRON lied about his age in all three records for which we believe we have identified him: 1870 census, 1880 census, and marriage certificate. These all show a birthdate of about 1848 or 1849. Your information about his birthdate would be closer to what we believe to be the truth for our John.



I have a record of the cattle brand used by John W. BARRON. A comparison with the brand used by Charles might suggest a relationship. Do you know what his brand looked like?



I noticed you have middle initial of W. for Charles' son John. Do you have a bible record or something showing this? I had never found this before. Also I'm interested in the your information that Charles son died in the Civil War. I will try to check up on this to see if I can verify this. Guess I'll be back to square one if it checks out. Did your Benjamin go to Bienville Parish? I'd be interested in a family groupsheet on him and Charles. I have Charles from the census (1860 and 1870) also have a land deed record for him, but don't have any more on his children.



Here is the information I have on my John W. BARRON and family. There is some similarity in children's name, but not much:



John W. Barron; b. circa 1849 LA; m. Sarah Eugenia McClung, daughter of Cowan M. McClung and Elizabeth Lott, 28 Jan 1875 Navarro Co., TX; John W. BARRON states that he is 24 years old at this time. I believe that he may actually be 26 or 27 as the John, son of Charles BARRON of Louisiana was born in c1849; d. circa Apr 1881 Leon Co., TX; bur. circa Apr 1881 Leon Co., TX. (Personal communication with Calvin BARRON, July 1990: John W. BARRON was on a cattle drive when he was killed. They were in Leon Co., TX at the time and the weather was bad [winter or early spring?--lab]. Someone was either stealing the cattle or they became spooked. During the commotion, J.W. BARRON fell from his horse and was killed. It is not known if he was trampled in the stampede or if the fall killed him. They buried him where he died in Leon Co., TX.)



He appeared on the census of 1860 Jackson Parish, LA in the household of Charles BARRON (Census Jackson Parish, LA 1860 (p. 20)). Is this the same John BARRON?. He was a Peace Officer according to Birth Certificate #195 of son Ollie Churchman Barron (Texas Dept. of Health, Bureau of Vital Statistics). Gives John W. Barron's occupation as Peace Officer in 1880 Navarro Co., TX. He appeared on the census of 9 Jun 1880 in the household of Cowan M. McClung Navarro Co., TX.





Children of John W. Barron and Sarah Eugenia McClung were as follows:

i. William Franklin2; b. 11 Feb 1876 Navarro Co., TX; d. 10 Apr 1881 Navarro Co., TX, at age 5.

(Records and name of this child are from "McClung Genealogy" by William McClung (1904)). He appeared on the census of 9 Jun 1880 in the household of Cowan M. McClung Navarro Co., TX.

ii. Ollie Churchworth, b. 1 Jul 1879 Wadeville, Navarro Co., TX; m.Ludie Vista Massey. He appeared on the census of 9 Jun 1880 in thehousehold of Cowan M. McClung Navarro Co., TX.

iii. John Cowan; b. 1 Aug 1881 Navarro Co., TX; d. 30 Jul 1910 Navarro

Co., TX, at age 28 of tuberculosis. (Death Certificate #1216 for Johnnie Cowan Barron (TX Dept. of Health)).



Number 2 above is my great-grandfather. I believe his name to actually be Oliver Cromwell BARRON, but cannot prove this.



Well, enough talking for now.



Lucy Barron

Lexington, MA



At 10:09 PM 5/29/98 -0500, you wrote:



>Hello Lucy,

>Thank you for the email. I am on a "Barron Circle". Would your father be

>J Barron? If so, I am on the list.

>My records show that Charles and Anna lived in Jackson Ala. until his death

>around 1883 and they are buried in Antioch Methodist Cemetery.

>

>My line is Benjamin Franklin Barron and Elizabeth Jane Webb. They had three

>children Josephine, William Henry, and Leon Jackson. William Henry

>(Willie) is my grandfather and his son Elbert Benjamin is my father. I am

>Kay.

>

>I am sure your father has the information on Charles Barron that I have but

>just incase you might ask if he has the info. about the death of Charles.

>Charles returned home one night from a trip to Columbia and a robber shot

>and killed him by his barn. This information came from Jackson Parish

>Chamber of Commerce.

>

>I do not have any info. on the father of Charles except that it could

>possible be Alexander. I would love to have anything that you could share

>about Alexander.

>

>My info. list the children of Charles as Ellen, John W., William H., Sarah

>J., Elisabeth, Benjamin Franklin, Allice, Jonathan, Emily and Charles.

>I have John W. b. abt. 1846 and died in the Civil War. Does this sound

>right?

>

>Let me know if I can help.

>Thanks, Kay

<< hi, mr. john barron. my name is reitha gaines. i, too, am a direct descendent of Capt.Thomas Hudson Barron. Mary Ellen Barron and James Lafayette Courtney should be my great-grandparents, according to my mother, her father being, B.C. Courtney I, son of Mary E and James L. so, i have some conflicting lineage information i would appreciate some help with if you have the time and wouldn't mind. >>

Hi Reitha, I am familiar with the line of Thomas Hudson Barron, although as far as I know it is not my Barron line. I would be most pleased to help in any way I can. In fact I edit an on-line group of Barron researchers called the Barron Circle and we have several descendants of T.H. Barron in the group. They can help too. I will add your e-mail address to the list if you like and you can join us in our discussions.



Check out my web page when you get a chance by clicking on the following John Barron's Home Page



John Barron

Subj: Re: Barron Genealogy

Date: 06/02/98

To: PAUL TIMON



In a message dated 98-06-02 15:34:51 EDT, you write:



<< I received this message from Donna Sarchet and I would be interested in learning more about your Barron Circle. My Barron's start with Capt. William Barron/Prudence Davis and their son Samuel Barron (1768-1826) who married Joannah Braswell.

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>



Hi Paul, the Barron Circle is merely an informal group of on-line Barron researchers who send messages to each other. I try to "run herd" on it, but I'm afraid that I have been too busy with other matters lately to do it justice. I would be happy to put you on the list, however, and we would love to get information about your line. There are several on the circle who research your line. That's all there is to it. I have a web site on AOL devoted to Barron [and Lott] family research that can be accessed by clicking on the following John Barron's Home Page

Subj: Re: BARRON, CALEB

Date: 98-06-09 22:41:02 EDT

From: KYielding

To: JBarron933



Thank you for the e-mail on Barron. I did go through your home page and thoroughly enjoyed it but found no references to any Barron having moved to California, which is were my grandmother, Mary Estelle Barron, was born on March 21, 1880. Do you know of any California links to the Barron family you have all the information on?



Kathleen Yielding

Subj: Barron Circle

Date: 06/10/98

To: KYielding



In a message dated 98-06-09 22:41:02 EDT, you write:



<< Thank you for the e-mail on Barron. I did go through your home page and thoroughly enjoyed it but found no references to any Barron having moved to California, which is were my grandmother, Mary Estelle Barron, was born on March 21, 1880. Do you know of any California links to the Barron family you have all the information on? Kathleen Yielding

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>



Hi Kathleen, sorry to say that I haven't done much with California records other than check a few 1850 census records. Do you know who the father of your Mary Estelle was? Have you checked the 1880 soundex of California for a Barron family with a 3 mo old baby girl. If not, then this would be the place to start and would give you some clues to check into. Barron soundex codes out as the same as Brown which greatly compounds the issue, but I've spent 100s of hours going over them and it's not an impossible job.



Perhaps other members of the Barron Circle can suggest another course of action or know something about your family.



John Barron

Subj: Fwd: Winston Co;BARRON/WEIR

Date: 98-06-12 04:32:03 EDT

From: Bjlub

To: rae@telepath.com

CC: JBarron933



In a message dated 98-06-08 01:27:10 EDT, rae@telepath.com writes:



> Kay--thanks so much! First real info I've had on Weirs. Almon and

> Frances' son Ekekial was my GGF. Really appreciate it.

> Lisa



Lisa,



I received a copy of your query from Kay off the Winston Co.,MS mailing list. Within my files I have a bit of information about your BARRON/WIER family.



Almon Barron died 20 July 1863-Vicksburg MS-died Battle of Vicksburg, enlisted CSA, August 1861, Co. F. 5th MS Regt., Captain A. Porter. I do not have a copy of his CSA record. However, I do have a copy of his brother, Samuel Barron's TX CSA pension application, Roby, Fisher Co., TX approximately 1900-1910-and Elbert Shumaker of same area attested-he knew Sam as a boy in MS etc. I will be delighted to snail mail a copy of Sam's application. Volume 4, page 70 Roby court

house records, born 15 Oct, 1847, Clarksville, MS., died 22 April, 1931, Roby, TX. Father Almon Barron; Mother Fannie Weir, is taken from his death certificate.



As you see above I have cc: John Barron. John maintains a Barron homepage ---

http://members.aol.com/JohnBarron933 . In the event you are unable to access his home page, may I suggest you e-mail John if you are interested in joining the Barron Circle on-line research group.



Will talk later, Betty



P.S. John I have been under the weather for several months. Soon I hope to share Barron information I have gleaned.



-----------------

Forwarded Message:

Subj: Re: Winston Co;BARRON/WEIR

Date: 98-06-08 01:27:10 EDT

From: rae@telepath.com (Lisa Rae Stark)

Reply-to: rae@telepath.com

To: MSWINSTON-L@rootsweb.com



Kay Rockett wrote:

>

> James H. (?) BARRON 22 AL

> Sarah A. (CRAWFORD) 18 AL

> (Maiden name is my note.)

>

> Almond BARRON 26 AL

> Frances (WEIR) 24 AL

> Samuel 3 MS

> Ezekill 6/12 MS

> George PIERCE 22 GA laborer

> (Maiden name is my note.)

>

> Ezekill BARRON 55 SC

> Sarah 57 SC

> (Personal note: they look like STRONG contenders for your Almond's

> parents!!)

>

> James BARRON 37 SC

> Elizabeth 34 AL

> Obediah 10 MS

> Catherine 8 MS

> William 6 MS

> Joseph 5 MS

> Thomas 4 MS

> Celia 3 MS

> Hannah 11/12 MS

> Jackson LOWERY 20 AL (laborer)

>

> Thomas WEIR 61 SC

> Isabella 52 SC

> Isavella 19 AL

> John 17 AL

> James 14 AL

> Priscilla 11 MS

> Richard MARTIN 66 SC (farmer)

>

> William WEIR 20 AL (in household with Richard BLACKWOOD and family.)

>

> Hugh G. WEIR 28 AL

> Sarah (G. WEIR) 24 AL

> Gerome 7 MS

> Ellinora 6 MS

> Hugh 3 MS

> William 5/12 MS

>

> John E. WIER 30 SC

> Betsey 28 TN

> Elizabeth 12 AL

> Charles 10 AL

> Nancy 5 AL

> Marcia 6 MS

> Margaret 4 MS

> Robert 2 MS

> Mary HITTON 21 TN

>

> ***********************************

> Please visit Rockett's Genealogy Web recommended by the History Channel

> http://www.kayrockett.com and also our custom handknit sweater site

> http://www.ncknitshop.com

> ************************************

>

> ---------------------------------------------------------------

>

> Subject: Re: Winston Co 1850 Census

> Resent-Date: Sun, 7 Jun 1998 20:38:50 -0700 (PDT)

> Resent-From: MSWINSTON-L@rootsweb.com

> Date: Sun, 07 Jun 1998 22:39:21 -0500

> From: Lisa Rae Stark <rae@telepath.com>

> Organization: none

> To: MSWINSTON-L@rootsweb.com

> References: <199806080058.RAA00192@mailtod-141.iap.bryant.webtv.net>

>

> Kay Rockett wrote:

> >

> > I'm sitting here at 9PM EST with nothing to do and an 1850 census book

> > for Winston Co, MS in my hands. I will be happy to do lookups for the

> > NEXT THREE HOURS ONLY!! Requests made after 12 midnight EST will be

> > deleted....sorry. If you have requested ANY Winston Co lookup from me

> > before, then I have already checked this census for your ancestors, so

> > there's no need to make a request. Well, fire away!! And I'll reply to

> > the list. :)

> >

> > ***********************************

> > Please visit Rockett's Genealogy Web recommended by the History Channel

> > http://www.kayrockett.com and also our custom handknit sweater site

> > http://www.ncknitshop.com

> > ************************************

> Kay, I'm on Central Daylight Time, so think I'm okay timewise but if

> not, I understand. I'm looking for anything on ALMON BARRON married to

> FRANCES M. WEIR, THOMAS WEIR, ISABELLA WEIR. Also any other BARRONS or

> WEIRS, if there's not too many of them. Thanks so much, and my

> apologies for any inconvenience if I'm messed up on the time.

> Lisa



Kay--thanks so much! First real info I've had on Weirs. Almon and Frances' son Ekekial was my GGF. Really appreciate it.



Lisa

Subj: Barrons

Date: 98-06-13 09:14:08 EDT

From: rae@telepath.com (Lisa Rae Stark)

Reply-to: rae@telepath.com

To: JBarron933@aol.com



Betty gave me your name, and also sent you a copy of her 06-12-98 e-mail to me. I tried to access your home page but couldn't get it.



Ezekial Barron son of Almon and Frances Weir Barron was my GGF. I have a number of names but don't know how they all connect yet and have only gotten as far back as Almon and Frances so far. I've especially wondered 1)what happened to Frances and children in the 20 or so years between selling her property and Ezekial marrying Bettie McKnight in Choctaw County and 2) who Britton Barron was. I'd certainly appreciate any information or assistance you can give me. Thanks, Lisa

Subj: Nancy Barron

Date: 98-06-13 16:21:09 EDT

From: KPat3275

To: JBarron933



I am searching for information on Nancy Barron. I have no dates on her at all. I know that her parents are supposedly John and Mary Barron. Nancy married a John D. Brown. They had a daughter Naomi Brown. I have dates and more info from her and forward. But none behind. Any info i could get would be appreciated. Thanks Kathy

Subj: Della Elvira BARRON

Date: 98-06-14 13:39:32 EDT

From: pwjacob@memphisonline.com (Patrick W. Jacob)

To: JBarron933@aol.com (John C. Barron)



Barron Circle,



Do any of you have any information on Della Elvira BARRON who married George Allen CASTLEBERRY in 1881 in Union Parish, Louisiana? Thanks!



Patrick W. Jacob

Subj: Re: Nancy Barron

Date: 98-06-15 21:15:26 EDT

From: KRobert298

To: JBarron933, KPat3275



In a message dated 98-06-15 20:44:57 EDT, JBarron933 writes:



<< I am searching for information on Nancy Barron. I have no dates on her at all. I know that her parents are supposedly John and Mary Barron. Nancy married a John D. Brown. They had a daughter Naomi Brown. I have dates and more info from her and forward. But none behind. Any info i could get would be appreciated. Thanks Kathy >>

>>



Dear John and Kathy,



This sure does have a ring of John Barron (son of Gabriel) and Mary Barron (dau. of Samuel Barron and Nancy Titsworth). Beth Hillis is in the process of moving to CA and she would be a better one to perhaps answer this later after Kathy gives us a little more information on her Nancy who married John D. Brown. From Beth's information that I have, no daughter was listed for John and Mary, but she does not have a complete listing for all their children I don't think. Dates and locations will definitely help.



Karen Robertson

Subj: Re: Nancy Barron

Date: 98-06-15 22:10:15 EDT

From: KPat3275

To: JBarron933



I believe that John D Brown and Nancy Barron are from Lawrence County, AL. They had a daughter named Naomi born December 25, 1884 in Lawrence County, AL. She died January 25, 1950 in Cullman, AL. We think that Nancy's parents were John and Mary Barron. I do not have any other info on these other than since 1950.

Subj: Re: Barrons

Date: 06/15/98

To: rae@telepath.com



In a message dated 98-06-13 09:14:08 EDT, you write:



<< Ezekial Barron son of Almon and Frances Weir Barron was my GGF. I have a number of names but don't know how they all connect yet and have only gotten as far back as Almon and Frances so far. I've especially wondered 1)what happened to Frances and children in the 20 or so years between selling her property and Ezekial marrying Bettie McKnight in Choctaw County and 2) who Britton Barron was. I'd certainly appreciate any information or assistance you can give me. Thanks. Lisa

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>



Hi Lisa, I don't have any information on Almon and Frances, but maybe some of the Barron Circle members can help.



On the other hand, Britton Barron, was from the Lawrence Co., AL, group. He was probably a son of Thomas. He married Rebecca Wright in Lawrence Co. 1829 and married second in 1834 Jane Lavinia McCain. They settled in Tishomingo Co., MS. I don't think Britton and Ezekial were related, at least not closely.



Try clicking on the following and see it you can bring up my web page John Barron's Home Page



John

Subj: Re: Nancy Barron

Date: 06/15/98

To: KPat3275



In a message dated 98-06-13 16:21:09 EDT, you write:



<< I am searching for information on Nancy Barron. I have no dates on her at all. I know that her parents are supposedly John and Mary Barron. Nancy married a John D. Brown. They had a daughter Naomi Brown. I have dates and more info from her and forward. But none behind. Any info i could get would be appreciated. Thanks Kathy >>



That's not much to go on. Where did they live. When was Naomi Brown born. Any sort of dates might help. There was a Thomas Barron who died in Pike Co., MS, about 1835 who married Naoma Clark who had a son John. Might be a place to start.



John

Subj: Re: Nancy Barron

Date: 98-06-16 19:38:03 EDT

From: KPat3275

To: JBarron933



No i do not have her death certificate. I am not sure where she died. I have no info on her other than her name and i am not sure which way to go from here. Kathy

Subj: Re: Barrons

Date: 98-06-23 22:10:41 EDT

From: rae@telepath.com (Lisa Rae Stark)

Reply-to: rae@telepath.com

To: JBarron933@aol.com



John, am still checking out the info at your home page--thanks.



reason I asked about Britton is because Almon named my GGF Ezekial Britton--believe he went E.B. at least some of the time. Ezekial then named his son Dallas Britton (maybe that was after himself). If correct, I have Britton as born 1795 in NC(same year as Almon's father Ezekial born in SC), but Almon was born in AL 1824 where Britton was by 1829--if not before. If is a connection, this is first info I've had where in AL Almon came from.

Lisa

Subj: Re: Barrons

Date: 06/24/98

To: rae@telepath.com



Interesting possible connection between what I think are separate lines of Barron families. Seems a coincidence to me, but who knows. Ezekial and Almon are names used in the line of James Barron who died in Cherokee Co., GA, shortly before 1850

. This line has been discussed extensively by the researchers of the Barron Circle. The "Britton" Barron line is possibly connected to the Edgecombe Co., NC, group, but I don't have any evidence to support this.



I'd like to get some reactions from the group concerning such a connection.



John Barron



Subj: Barron family research

Date: 98-06-25 22:07:30 EDT

From: KBarron798

To: JBarron933



John, my wife and I have been doing some research on my side of the "Barron" family for many months and were glad find someone who is in the business of research.



My name is Kenneth Ray Barron, born August 29, 1950 in Alexandria, La. to David M. Barron and Hester S. Bryan of Deville, La. We think that my family ties to my fifth great - grand parents who would have been William Barron Sr. born in 1740 in Waterford county, Ireland and died in 1778 in Georgia. He was married to Prudence Davis who was born in 1742 and died in 1850. We have not been able to substantiate this information.



John, I'm curious if our families tie and at what point. I realize this is your profession and understand that some cost would be involved to verify information. Please let me know what the cost would be and if we're on the right track.



Thank You,



Kenneth & Diane Barron

Subj: Barron Information

Date: 98-06-28 16:21:26 EDT

From: KBarron798

To: JBarron933



Dear John,



Thank you so much for your reply and placing us on the Barron circle. We really enjoyed your web pages and spent all day looking at the copies of the census especailly since we are looking for two Barron families - the William Barron, Sr. and also the family of Francis Marion Barron who was born in North Carolina in 1818 and died of pneumonia following the Civil War. Thanks for all your work.



Diane and Kenneth Barron

Subj: Your home page

Date: 98-06-28 18:21:47 EDT

From: baprice@eramp.net (Bowman Price)

To: jbarron933@aol.com



Just visited your home page, and I really like it. I want to thank you for the Barron Circle. I am very happy to have been included. I am descended from Captain William Barron and Prudence Davis of Georgia.



Barbara Barron Price

Subj: Thomas Hudson Barron

Date: 98-07-07 20:19:29 EDT

From: Bjlub

To: irrockin@sprintmail.com

CC: JBarron933



I wanted to tell you about the Barron Circle on-line research page. Early this year John shown above, graciously provided this help to numerous Barron lines. If you are unable to access the page at http://members.aol.com/JBarron933 may I urge you to e-mail John and join the hunt. You will be delighted to see the Thomas Hudson Barron chart shown on the page. He gave us the name of a premier THB researcher - Theron Palmer, 6787 N. Lakeview Dr., Salado, TX. 76671.



We cannot adequately offer our gratitude to John for his unselfish assistance. Thanx John!



Hope to see you on-line.



Betty Cole Wienke

Subj: geneology

Date: 98-07-08 20:10:15 EDT

From: irrockin@sprintmail.com (Reitha Gaines)

Reply-to: irrockin@sprintmail.com

To: jbarron933@aol.com



hi, Mr. John Barron. I'm Reitha Gaines. On page -8- of your descendants of T H Barron, there is listed: Mary Ellen Barron, sp. James Lafayette Courtney. If I understand correctly, the names with the "3's" beside them would be the children of J.L.& Mary Ellen. You don't have my grandfather, B. C. Courtney listed as one of their children and I'm just curious....why not? thanks for your time. sincerely.....

Subj: The Barrons

Date: 98-07-08 21:32:35 EDT

From: irrockin@sprintmail.com (Reitha Gaines)

Reply-to: irrockin@sprintmail.com

To: JBarron933@aol.com (JBarron933@aol.com)



Thanks for your speedy reply. Yes, please add me to your Barron list. And i did wonder about the "lines".....and, i feel like i have some good info...some is from J.L.'s daily dairy....so i don't know how much of that type of thing would interest anyone or if protocol would allow my "daydreaming" (so to speak)...you see, with this dairy, and the great pictures i have, i can put myself into the scenes and be as close to the "action" as humanly possible.....guess you can call me nuts.....but that's how much I LOVE this stuff and how much my family heritage means to me.....well, thanks again for your time and for the invitation.....sincerely, reitha g.

Subj: Re: genealogy

Date: 07/08/98

To: irrockin@sprintmail.com



In a message dated 98-07-08 20:10:15 EDT, you write:



<< I'm Reitha Gaines. On page -8- of your descendents of THBarron,there is listed: Mary Ellen Barron, sp. James Lafayette Courtney. If I understand correctly, the names with the "3's" beside them would be the children of J.L.& Mary Ellen. You don't have my grandfather, B. C. Courtney >>



Reitha, thanks for your message. I can't really say why he isn't in the group. I haven't done too much original research on this line (it's not mine) and mostly have depended on what others have sent me. And I guess I just haven't had anyone send me his name till now.



I would really like to add your name to our group of on-line Barron researchers. We haven't been too active this summer, but will get going strong before long. We'd like your input and there are several descendants of Thomas Hudson Barron in the group.



John Barron

Subj: Thomas Hudson Barron

Date: 98-07-09 04:30:32 EDT

From: Bjlub

To: JBarron933



John, when I encountered Reitha Gaines query I noticed she had shown THB's father, John Zida Barron. Would be interesting to learn about her real data.



Talk later, Betty

Subj: Charles Wesley Barron

Date: 98-07-14 17:32:19 EDT

From: Memarle

To: JBarron933



Hi John, I have not written in a long time. I am still looking for information on John Wesley Barron born 4-6-1862 (date on grave marker) probably in AL (Census report) Died in Rusk Co., TX and buried at the Hickory Grove Cem outside Kilgore, TX.



Please run it by your Barron mailing list again to see if anyone may have information on his parents. I am enjoying the Barron news I get on my e-mail. Just wish some of it was on my John Wesley Barron.



Thanks again,

Subj: Re: Charles Wesley Barron

Date: 98-07-14 23:55:52 EDT

From: Memarle

To: JBarron933



John, it has been a crazy day. I did mean Charles not John Wesley Barron. I have answered so many e-mails today. I was gone on vacation for two weeks. I have a lot of Johns but not in the Barron line. Also probably was thinking of your name too.



Thanks, Martha

Subj: Julia BARRON Woodson

Date: 98-07-16 11:04:35 EDT

From: woodson@worldnet.att.net (Crandall Woodson)

To: jbarron933@aol.com



John: Thanks for letting me in the Barron Circle. I have the Barron information from PMH but no information on Julia BARRON Woodson. She had sisters, Velma ? (Texas), Laura BARRON Young (LA), Lelia BARRON Montgomery (MS), and at least one brother ? (CA). Julia was born in 1876 in Choctaw CO. MS, married and moved to Sturgis, MS but I'm still unable to verify her parents. Please continue to circulate this request for help. I know she was related to the Barrons in Choctaw County MS because she visited them often. Thanks, Crandall Woodson

Subj: John Barron/Carroll Co. GA.

Date: 98-07-28 11:16:08 EDT

From: jmc@centex.net (Joyce McMurray)

Reply-to: jmc@centex.net

To: JBarron933@aol.com (John Barron)



John, Since I didn't have any luck finding anyone working on my family, staring with Samuel. I am going to the next generation. JOHN BARRON b. about 1791 GA. died after 1860 Carroll Co. GA ma POLLY HEAD 1811 Jasper Co. HA she dau. of Rev James M. Head. John resided Jasper. Fayette Cos. GA.

Children;;

OLIVER GAINES b.8 Sept 1817 probly Jasper Co. d.1855 Carroll Co.

1/m ___ Brown

2/m Mary Jane Dingler (this is my line).

THOMAS JEFFERSON b. d.1851 Carroll Co. GA

ma Nancy Richards

JANE E. b.1826 d.1878

ma Ben Durrent

BEAUFORD ma Jeff Vines

HENRY ma Emeline C.Watkins

ALABAMA ma Adam Whisement

OLIVER G. and Mary Jane are buried Mt. Zion County Line Church, Douglas Co.

This church was close to their home place. The infro. on all the children except Oliver,is open for correction.

Subj: Re: Ridley Barron

Date: 98-07-28 21:14:54 EDT

From: CP4FSU

To: JBarron933



John :



Still looking for information on Ridley Barron, he married Wife Jane Brown in Upson County, Ga. in 1845. I believe his father to be Samuel Barron , both were residing in Clayton , Barbour County, Al. in 1860 Census. ( Also there was a Benjamin A. Barron and Andrew J. Barron living there 1850 & 1860)



If anyone has run across him in their research would appreciate any help I can get.



Thanks, Carolyn Barron Ponds

Subj: Re: John Barron/Carroll Co. GA.

Date: 98-07-30 14:37:23 EDT

From: jsdunc@tvec.net (Jean Duncan)

To: JBarron933@aol.com



Barron Circle: Can you help? I have a copy of what is described as a Barron Bible which has this: " John Barron departed this life June 9 1839 age 78 y 3 mos 10 days...Jane Barron departed this life __(illegible) 1854 age 85 y 2 mos." (plus much other information). These were the parents of Thomas Y. Barron (and others) who was born 1807. I have information that John was b in Ireland and was the son of Archibald Barron b in 1734 IN YORK DIST. This seems wrong to me....Can anyone straightened this out for me? Does anyone have information on these Barrons? Thanks so much. jean d

Subj: Barron Cemetery images

Date: 98-08-13 02:54:42 EDT

From: f_harrisonpm@TITAN.SFASU.EDU (Patrick M. Harrison)

Reply-to: f_harrisonpm@TITAN.SFASU.EDU

To: JBarron933@AOL.COM (John Barron - Austin)



I have four scanned images of the grave monuments and site in Georgia where James and Jemima are buried. If anyone would like them, I can send email



Patrick Harrison

Subj: Re: John Barron/Carroll Co. GA.

Date: 98-08-14 12:11:13 EDT

From: jmc@centex.net (Joyce McMurray)

Reply-to: jmc@centex.net

To: JBarron933@aol.com



John,I would like to re-post this plea,there just has to be someone working on this Barron line. Thank you Joyce

>

> John,Since I didn't have any luck finding anyone working on my

> family,staring with Samuel.I am going to the next generation.

> JOHN BARRON b. about 1791 GA. died after 1860 Carroll Co. GA

> ma POLLY HEAD 1811 Jasper Co. HA she dau. of Rev James M. Head.

> John resided Jasper.Fayette Cos. GA.

> Children;;

> OLIVER GAINES b.8 Sept 1817 probly Jasper Co. d.1855 Carroll Co.

> 1/m ___ Brown

> 2/m Mary Jane Dingler (this is my line).

> THOMAS JEFFERSON b. d.1851 Carroll Co. GA

> ma Nancy Richards

> JANE E. b.1826 d.1878

> ma Ben Durrent

> BEAUFORD ma Jeff Vines

> HENRY ma Emeline C.Watkins

> ALABAMA ma Adam Whisement

> OLIVER G. and Mary Jane are buried Mt. Zion County Line Church,Douglas

> Co.

> This church was close to their homplace.

> The infro. on all the children except Oliver,is open for correction.

Subj:

Date: 98-08-14 13:25:15 EDT

From: garylott@juno.com (GARY LOTT)

To: mrader@juno.com

CC: JBarron933@aol.com



MARTHA



I HAVE A BENJAMIN C. DUCKWORTH MARRIED TO SARAH ANN WATTS, DAUGHTER OF BIG JOHN WATTS AND PENELOPE LOTT., CIRCA EARLY 1800'S



HOW DO THEY RELATE TO YOUR BENJAMIN DUCKWORTH MARRIED POLLY DUCKWORTH



I ALSO HAVE SOME RAWLS CONNECTIONS IN MARION AND LAMAR COUNTIES. MS. COLUMBIA, FOXWORTH , ENON AREAS.



GARY

Subj: Re: Ancestor Report

Date: 98-08-15 02:39:29 EDT

From: mrader@juno.com (Martha J Rader)

To: joe@lottfamily.com

CC: JICJ134@aol.com, jbarron933@aol.com



Hi Joe. I got your file and thanks so much - I have printed it out and hope to get it entered soon - I'll let you know what I have that is different and that I can add if you care to have it. I really appreciate your help

As for Iva Johnson's ancestor, Iva Duckworth, I haven't been able to find her anyplace except as Thomas Evert Lott's wife. The book I have by Carl Ellison with Duckworth's doesn't have a complete index (only 'primary persons') and she isn't listed there. As I mentioned, I have subscribed to Rogers-Rodgers Family Newsletter because the Duckworths and Rogers intermarry so often and he often has Duckworths in the newsletter. it is put out by Bill Brown n Archbold, OH wmbrown@hotmail.com - maybe he can help.

Also, You and Iva have both mentioned Covington Co. Cemetery Census by Pickering/Rogers. Is this a book and is it available? I have Lamar Co. Ms Cemeteries by Anderson/Slade and it has really been a great reference. I have gotten so much info from it. If the Covington Co. Cemetery Census is available, I would be interested in getting a copy.



Thanks again - Martha

Subj: Lott family

Date: 98-08-15 18:48:11 EDT

From: TLott35034

To: JBarron933



While trying to trace the Lott family history, I was advised to check with you and ask about your Web page and the Lott listing. I'm very inexperienced at this and need all of the help I can get.



Thus far we've been able to go as far back as Elisha Everett Lott born Feb. 24, 1820 in Mississippi. He and his brother Solomon J. Lott came to Texas in 1840.



Thanks,



Tony Lott

Longview, TX.

Subj: Re: THOMAS HUDSON BARRON (WACO, McCLENNAN CO)

Date: 98-08-16 12:44:04 EDT

From: PackSpouse

To: JBarron933



I would love to join the group. Would do I need to do to join? I was wrong about which Great Grandfather Thomas Hudson Barron was. I is actually my 2 Great Grandfather. My Grandfather Theron Poole Reid was Serena Barron and William Jonah Reid's son. Thank you for contacting my and please let me know what I need to do. I would love to find out as much as I can because I have only started researching my family since December. I have an Aunt that might want to be part of the group also. Thanks again. Joni

Subj: Barron Circle

Date: 08/28/98



Have put one of my old papers on my g-grandfather John W. Barron my web page. It can be found in section 1 under the "list of names I work on". The web page can be accessed by clicking on the following: John Barron's Home Page



The paper needs some more work, but don't have time now. Send me any comments and or suggestions. We're still looking into Charles Barron of Jackson Par., LA, as the probable father of John W. Charles' descendants did not know what happened to their John W. Would appreciate any help with this matter.



John Barron

Subj: Re: Barrons

Date: 08/30/98

To: When1941



Thanks Jean. I thought you were referring to my AOL home page which is devoted to Barron (and Lott) research. It can be reached as follows: John Barron's Home Page



Although to my knowledge it's not my line, I am very familiar with the line of William Barron and Prudence Davis. It is much disputed and suffers from a great deal of legendary mis-information. Recent evidence points to Craven Co., NC, as their early home. They never lived in Georgia as a couple and there's nothing except hearsay evidence that he ever served in the Revolution.



I moderate a discussion group concerning the family called the Barron Circle. I invite you to join us. We have many members in the group who are from your line. Some are "diehards", however, and refuse to believe any new evidence and cling to the nonsense about the Irish "Barons of Burnchurch" as being ancestors of "Capt" William. One lady won't speak to me any more because of it, but go figure.



Look forward to hearing from you.



John Barron, Austin, TX

Subj: Re: Barrons

Date: 98-08-31 02:34:13 EDT

From: When1941

To: JBarron933



Well, that is a relief, if it is so I hated to think of my 5x great grandfather being beheaded by Indians and his head stuck on a pole in Augusta GA That was a dreadful thing to think about. I got my information from the Family Pedigrees: Gentech95 & ARI, 1500-1989. Someone should tell them the truth it is a bad thing to mislead people about their ancestors. I hope what you said was the truth, It's getting where if you don't see it, don't believe it, but that's a little hard to do with your ancestors isn't it? :-) thanks for the information I will certainly research more thoroughly in the future. Sincerely Jean Hendrix. P.S. Thanks for the other information I can't wait to find out how to download, or something. so I can keep it. Again Thanks.

Subj: Re: Barron File

Date: 98-08-31 22:39:36 EDT

From: PackSpouse

To: JBarron933



I sent a copy of the affidavit to you. I have other papers that came from the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame. Pension records for the War of 1812. Legal documents for the land he requested. A picture of his tombstone before it was moved to Fort Fisher. A copy of a couple of pages from a diary that shows Thomas' marriages and the death of his second wife Mary Jane Shelton. Land grant records, and a list of the men under him while at Fort Fisher. If you would like copies. I would need to get your address because there is to much to scan. Will talk to you later. Joni

Subj: Re: Barron File

Date: 08/31/98

To: PackSpouse

CC: lbarron@husc.harvard.edu, bjlub, krobert298

CC: craykel, charleysa, rbghill47, lbwetzel@juno.com

CC: f_harrisonpm@titan.sfasu.edu

CC: pwjacob@memphisonline.com, LMayhaN

CC: terralag@bayou.com, orn@airmail.net, bjc1101613

CC: neinast@tstar.net, jglenn33

CC: dpbb@dgsdmail.dgsd.k12.ak.us

CC: dgoolsby@computron.net, Tepal, carol7438, memarle

CC: Jecious, LSB757, scolston@mwci.net

CC: jsdunc@tvec.net, jbaird@naxs.com

CC: sarchet@WBU1.WBU.EDU, cbarron@erols.com

CC: mnorr@usa.net, BUBBABEAR7, HAIRTATER

CC: jamilton@alaska.net, cwoodson@at.gtaa.gatech.edu

CC: XITMB2@juno.com, vphelps@earthlink.net, KPat3275

CC: CP4FSU, baprice@eramp.net

CC: DJ.CJ@postoffice.worldnet.att.net

CC: irrockin@sprintmail.com, jmc@centex.net

CC: MReid95238



In a message dated 98-08-30 21:18:26 EDT, you write:



<< I am trying to send a copy of the affidavit about Thomas Hudson Barron being part Native American to a researcher I have looking at 3 sides of my family. Would you happen to know whether there is Indian in the family?

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>



Since Thomas Hudson Barron was born in Virginia, I don't think there is much chance he was part Indian. However, he was associated with them all his adult life beginning in the 1820s in Miller Co., Arkansas, and continuing in Texas where he was a Texas Ranger captain dealing with the Indians on the frontier for the rest of his life. I'm sure that descendants embellished on this.



I have seen many affidavits concerning Indian ancestry where people have sworn to things that happened before they were born. They are nothing more than hearsay evidence and should be evaluated as such. On my web page, there are several examples of these turn-of-the-century items concerning the Lott family. I would like to see the affidavit, however.



Some of these documents are pretty hard to scan as I have tried it too. I have scanned numerous documents and saved them as .BMP files. They do take up a lot of disk space, but these days that's getting less important. I use a zip drive to store graphics of pictures, etc. You can send a scanned image easily by attaching it to a message. Images stored as .GIFs don't seem to do well like this as they become huge and must be reduced by the receiver to make sense. Let me know how it goes.



John Barron

Subj: Re: Barron Circle

Date: 98-08-31 22:43:19 EDT

From: PackSpouse

To: JBarron933



I forgot the also add in the last message, have you seen the copy of the diaries written by James Layfette Courtney (middle spelled wrong) who married one of Thomas Hudson Barron's daughters. Joni

Subj: Barron Circle

Date: 08/31/98



I've put the January and February 1998 Barron Circle messages on my web page. The Feb message alone were 98 pages in WordPerfect before creating the html file.



Take a look and let me know what you think. Wish I had time to index the files, but... You can access the web page by clicking on the following John Barron's Home Page



John Barron

Subj: Thomas H. Barron

Date: 98-09-01 00:58:36 EDT

From: MReid95238

To: JBarron933



Hi John,

You have a wonderful web-site. A few weekends ago I looked through your data and was surprised to see one of your sources was Theron & Violet Palmer. Enjoyed that information since Theron and I corresponded a few years ago. He requested family history of my husband's family, etc. It took a few months to write to everyone and get updates on the current generation and once I sent it to Theron, I never heard from him again. My husband is the son of Theron Poole Reid, b.1898, d.1964, youngest child of William Jonah and Serena (Barron) Reid.



Did I miss something, or are you unable to connect your Barron ancestor to Thomas H. Barron?



The opening picture of you on your home page was a shock until it dawned on me that you must live in Austin, TX. I am an Austin descendant and for a few seconds, thought you were speaking at The Austin Family Association reunion. I didn't attend when it was held in Austin, TX.



TTYL,

Marian Reid in CA

Subj: Re: Barron Circle

Date: 98-09-02 19:02:02 EDT

From: Rbghill47

To: JBarron933



Cousin John

I think you did a great job. I like the story on John W. - you have re-created him well. I still wonder just why my old Martin Van Buren Barron lived in Navarro Co for those 4 years - ? I know he had to have relatives there to take care of him as he was blind as a bat - so they say! He lived in and around Cryer Creek. Like you - he is such a mystery - at least his death is! One of these days......

Yours in "the hunt"

Beth Hillis

Subj: Fwd: [HOWELL-L] hOWELL FAMILY{BARRON}

Date: 98-09-08 01:15:46 EDT

From: Sewngo01

To: JBarron933



Thought you might want to see this ref. to BARRON.



Sandi Hatten Pixley

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Forwarded Message:

Subj: [HOWELL-L] hOWELL FAMILY

Date: 98-09-08 00:37:18 EDT

From: marybran@swbell.net (Mary D. Brandhorst)

Reply-to: marybran@swbell.net

To: HOWELL-L@rootsweb.com



I hope someone can help me. My Howell line is a brick wall for me.



Ezekiel Howell, b. 1780-90 in maybe PA, married Mary Hume Barron (widow of John Barron) in Marengo County, AL on 1st January 1828.

Issue: James C. Howell b. 1830 m. Martha Jones (my Line)

Ervin W. Howell b ca 1834

Mary Howell b. 1839 never married



Mary Hume Barron Howell had three children by John Barron.

Issue: Lucretia Barron b ca 1823 m. Robert Law

Lavinia Barron b ca 1824 m. John Flood McGrew

John Creagh Barron B. ca 1825 m. Rebecca Norwood



Mary

Subj: Re: Barron Circle

Date: 98-09-08 01:40:54 EDT

From: Rbghill47



Hello Cousins,

Was wondering if any one of you have a copy of the CSA Pension application of Louisa Ann Barron\ Virgil Aaron Barron, McClennan Co., TX, #28789. Interested in the information that may be on the application about Virgil Aaron Barron.



Thanks,

Cousin Beth

Gabriel Barron Descendant

Subj: Re: Barron Circle

Date: 09/08/98

To: Rbghill47



Beth, I was at the State Library when I got your message about the pension application of Louisa Barron and went across the hall to the archives and transcribed it. I'll type it up and send it around the circle.



John

Subj: Re: Barron Circle

Date: 09/10/98

To: Rbghill47



Confederate Pension Application (Texas) #28789 of Louisa A. Barron



Widows Application for Pension - Louisa Ann Barron, McLennan Co., Texas, 526 W. 8th St., Waco, 1 Jun 1914.



Affidavit - Coke Co., Texas. I, Marion Roper 71 years old of Bronte, Texas, first knew Virgil A. Barron at Montgomery, LA, about 10 May 1862 and until close of war. He enlisted in company G under Capt. David Hardy and served till 15 May 1865. I belonged to the same company. 6 Jun 1914.



Form B Application for use of Widows of Soldiers who are in Indigent Circumstances - McLennan Co., Texas. I, Mrs. Louisa Ann Barron, am the widow of Virgil A. Barron, dec'd, who departed this life 7 Jan 1907 at Shreveport, Louisiana, while on a visit. I have not remarried and was never divorced. I was married 27 Sep 1860 in Winn. Par., LA. I am 70 years old and was born in Georgia. I have resided in Texas since 1898 and 2 years at present address. Husband's full name was Virgil Aron Barron. His command was organized at Montgomery, LA, I think. He enlisted 10 May 1862 and served till close of war in 1865. He was in infantry company G with Capt. Dave Hardy of Montgomery in the 28th regiment and was not transferred. 1 Aug 1914.



Affidavit - Rapides Parish, Louisiana. Thos. C. Barron deposed that he was a 2nd Lt. in company G of 28th regt. And that Virgil A. Barron was a member of the company. 14 Aug 1914.



Certificate of State and County Assessor - I, John Reed of McLennan Co., certify that Louisa Ann Barron has no property on the tax roll, 17 Aug 1914.



Affidavit of Witness - McLennan Co., Texas. W. K. Barron and E. P. Barron swore they personally knew that the applicant was the widow of Virgil A. Barron. 17 Aug 1914.



Affidavit - Jefferson Co., Alabama. I, Mrs. L. A. Barron of 1726 14th Ave. South, Birmingham, Ala., certify that I am the same person to whom a pension was granted. Wit. Mrs. R. C. Woodson. 16 Jan 1915.



Letter L. A. Barron of Birmingham, Ala. to Geo. W. Kyser, Commissioner of Pensions, Austin, Texas. Asked about having her pension resumed and stated she had been at present address since last Dec. 14. She was to return to Texas in a week or two and would locate in Abernathy. 19 Apr 1915.



Affidavit of L. A. Barron, McLennan Co., Texas. She deposed that she was out of the state visiting for 5 months and desired that her pension be reinstated. 15 Jun 1915.





Abstracted by John C. Barron 8 Sep 1998 at Texas State Archives, Austin.

Subj: Barron family

Date: 09/11/98

To: kirkwb



Kirk, I saw your query about John Barron & Sarah Twedell on the genforum. This John was the son of John Barron & Susan Mattingly of Hardin Co., KY, and the brother of Thomas Hudson Barron of McLennan Co., TX.



I have a web site dedicated to Barron research which you can access by clicking on the following John Barron's Home Page



John Barron, Austin, TX

Subj: Barron family

Date: 98-09-12 08:17:38 EDT

From: KirkWB

To: JBarron933



John,

Your WEB page is great! At present I have only superficially examined it but wanted to write you first and say thanks. I have been working on and off on genealogy for the past 10 years - to be honest mostly off. My interest started when my granddad (Sam Barron) told me about his grandfather who died in the Civil War. His gfathers name was William Harrison Barron (Sr.). As it turns out by the time the stories were related to me the whole family believed that WHB died at Shilo. He was in the 28th IL Vol at the Peach Orchard site of the battle. I found the military records and the pension records for WHB and he was actually wounded and transported to St. Louis. He died in a hospital downtown in St. L. between what is now Busch stadium and the arch. Anyway I got the bug and have been working on family history nformation since. I had been indirectly told that a branch of the Barrons has moved to Texas in the early 1800s but had no confirmation until last Sat. when I went to the local historical society and used their FTM discs. I learned then that a branch had moved to McLennan Co. Did you submit that information? I am originally from Texas. I grew up in Fort Worth and lived as a child in Waco for a couple of years. My wife and I moved to San Antonio in 1974 and spent 6 years there. I'd better close for now and get back to your website. I have a fair amount of of information on the family, primarily on the John Barron, Jr., side and would like to share. I have found relatives in Nebraska who derived from Benjamin Franklin Barron and another descendent of one of WHB Sr and BFB's sister (named Mary Barron Ludlum). Thanks again very much for the note! Kirk William Barron, OKC, OK.

Subj: Re: Barron family

Date: 98-09-12 08:36:52 EDT

From: KirkWB

To: JBarron933



John, I have examined your website and am very impressed with the amount of time and care you've obviously spent. I need to correct a statement in my previous message which is that I have a fair amout of information - compared to yours I've only just started. My other question is - what is the connection between John Barron (jr or sr), Thomas Hudson Barron and your Barron ancestry? You have a lot of information and I may have missed it. Thanks again for you contact - Kirk

Subj: Re: Barron family

Date: 09/12/98

To: KirkWB



In a message dated 98-09-12 08:36:52 EDT, you write:



<< My other question is - what is the connection between John Barron (jr or sr), Thomas Hudson Barron and your Barron ancestry? >>



Thanks for the nice words, Kirk. To my knowledge, I am not related to Thomas Hudson Barron, but I would be proud to claim him if I could. I cannot get my Barron line out of Navarro Co., TX, and any further back than g-grandfather John W. Barron in 1874. See my article on my web page on Barron under the "lines I work on" section. My attempts in locating him got me started working on Barron families in general.



I sent your other message around the Barron Circle mailing list and hopefully you will get some reactions. I know there are a number of people on the list who are descendants of T.H. Barron. I invite you to join our group. No charge ;-)



Have you seen the 1890 something letter from Benjamin F. Barron to brother Matthew (or vise versa)? It goes into the background pretty good. I also have some census records of the children of Joseph Dickson and Susan Mattingly (her first husband) which help to show that they probably all came from Maryland (St. Mary's Co.?) before Kentucky.



Till later, John

Subj: Re: Barron family

Date: 98-09-12 22:09:49 EDT

From: KirkWB

To: JBarron933



John,

First, I would love to join your group. Let me know what I need to do. Second, I am curious about the letter from Benjamin F. Barron to his brother. I have been in contact with a lady in Nebraska who is descended from Benjamin F. Barron and exchanged family information with her, but I don't remember the letter that you are referring to. I've been curious about origination of John Barron (from Va who married S. Mattingly). My great aunt Gladys Barron Baughman told me that she recalled hearing that her ancestors came from around Newcastle, England. I have absolutely no verification of that - other than she had a great deal of other information about the Barrons correct. I went to visit her in 1978 in Claremore Ok and talked to her about the family. Unfortunately I didn't pursue the contact with her and she passed away a couple of years later.



How long have you been working on family history? How much trouble was it to set up you webpage? I use computers for data storage and presentations but I really haven't considered setting up a webpage. Is it difficult to set up and maintain? By the way I also have ancestors who settled at one time in Navarro Co. They are in the 1860 Census in Corsicana. The surname was Nelson, and they are on my mom's side of the family. They moved to Mansfield, TX by the 1880s.



Its great to communicate with you. Thanks for the reply. Kirk

Subj: Re: Barron background

Date: 09/13/98

To: mrader@juno.com



In a message dated 98-09-13 16:07:37 EDT, you write:



<< Hi John Just wondered if your Barrons are French Canadian? >>



I can't say for sure, but I doubt it. They were Catholic and wouldn't have mixed well with my Scottish McClungs. My oldest Barron ancestor was John W. Barron who married Eugenia McClung in Navarro Co., TX, in 1875. He was supposedly from Louisiana, however, so anything's possible in genealogy, right.



Thanks, John

Subj: Barron Circle

Date: 09/13/98



Below is a transcription of a letter from B.F. Barron to his brother M.K. Barron (nephews of Thomas Hudson Barron).





april the 30 1893



dear Brother it is with pleure that i take this oportunity in riting you a few lines to let you now how i am at this time i am better than i was have bin sick all winter and part of the time the folks did not think i could get well i have not set up but vary little sense in December i was glad to hear from you when i got yore other letter i was vary low with kidny diseas and other diseases with it you wanted to now what grandmother Barrons maden name it was Susan matenly and she was from Maryland and from thare to kentucky she first marrid a man by the name Joseph dixen they had 4 children three girls and one boy his name was Joseph and the girls all got marrid the oldest Sopha marrid a man n of david allen any marrid willium Johnsen and treecy marrid John metcalf dixen died and she grand father Barron they had three children uncle thomas and father and aunt martha she marrid a man by the name of Samuel griffen and she had one child and they boath died and don't now what become of the child this is all i now a bout them



i hav heard that we had indian blood in us butt i was a shame to tell it i want to now whether you hear of that gu[unreadable] anything that father had well it is geting late and this is all that i can think of the relation is all well as for as i no if i now anything more tha you want to now i can find out from uncle matthew twedell well i will close



Yors truly B. F Barron to m. k. Barron



Rite Soon



[Transcribed with spelling and punctuation as in original 13 Sep 1998 by John C. Barron from copy in his possession.]

Subj: Re: Barron Circle

Date: 98-09-14 00:16:33 EDT

From: KirkWB

To: JBarron933



John,

I was checking e-mail before I went bed and found this treasure - thanks! I will write Opal as soon as possible and let her see this letter. B F Barron was her great, great, grandfather if my calculations are correct. I have a copy of a signature of BFBarron on a document from the National Archives. My ancestor William Harrison Barron (sr.) was in the Civil War in the 28th IL infantry and died from gunshot wounds suffered at the battle of Shilo. He died about 2 weeks after Shilo. BFBarron and his sister Mary Barron Ludlum signed documents for William's widow to aid in her petition for widow's pension benefits. At least one and possibly two of the Barron brothers were in the 28th IL in the Civil War.

Its getting late - thanks - Kirk

Subj: BARRON, Nancy

Date: 9/16/98 8:00:43 PM Central Daylight Time

From: KPat3275

To: JBarron933



I have found information on a Nancy Ann Amanda Barron on the IGI. One says she was born in 1861 in Randolph AL. The second one says Randolph, GA. Someone help. I am searching for a Nancy A Barron that married a John Brown. They had a daughter named Naomi Brown born Dec. 25, 1884. Does anyone have any info on a Nancy Barron?



TIA



Kathy

Subj: Charles Barron

Date: 9/17/98 9:52:40 AM Central Daylight Time

From: lbarron@fas.harvard.edu (Lucy Barron)

To: jbarron933@aol.com



I found a Charles Barren (and maybe another, William?) on the 1845 State and Territorial Census of Tishamingo Co., MS at this website:



ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ms/tishomingo/census/1845tish.txt



I don't know if its Jackson Parish Charles or not. Thought you'd want to take a look. I wonder if the baby Charles BARRON on the 1860 Jackson Par., LA census living with William is actually son of Charles and not William because Charles supposedly had a son Charles Jr. in 1860. I'm wondering if William later had a son Charles in 1862 (the one the other person who has written us about him descends from). Another hypothesis is that this Charles died and William named his next son Charles.



Have you given any thought to this?





Lucy Barron

Subj: hello

Date: 9/18/98 7:56:06 AM Central Daylight Time

From: irrockin@sprintmail.com (Reitha Gaines)

Reply-to: irrockin@sprintmail.com

To: JBarron933@aol.com (JBarron933@aol.com)



hi, Mr. John Barron. My name is Reitha Gaines. My Barron lineage is from the 2nd marriage of Capt. THB. I would like to know if you have any pictures of the Barron family...any of Capt. Barron, his parents, his 1st wife or her parents, any pictures at all? If you do, I would be more than glad to pay for copies, postage etc etc.....Thank you very much, Sincerely

Subj: Barron Circle

Date: 9/18/98

To: irrockin@sprintmail.com



Reitha, I have never seen a picture of THB or any of his family. Of course, it's not my line, so there wouldn't be any from my background. I haven't been to the Texas Ranger Museum in Waco so there may be some there. Since they have his mother mixed up with his wife in his bio, however, it may not be too reliable. Maybe some of the others can help.



John

Subj: Barron Query

Date: 9/18/98

To: jsdunc@tvec.com



This is a query that was sent to me concerning Thomas Y. Barron.



>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

Subj: Re: BARRON Family

Date: 98-03-13 22:22:26 EST

From: BUBBABEAR7

To: JBarron933



Thank you so much for your quick response. My GrGRGrandfather Thomas Y. Barron married Mary or May McIlroy. He was born in 1807 and died in 1887. She was born in 1822 and died in 1896. They had 4 children: James F. born in Perry Co.,Ala., Mary Ann and Margaret both born in York Co., S.C. and my GrGrandmother Jane Elizabeth born in Columbia, S.C. This sounds like the same lineage. Possible we are related? I live in Lubbock by the way. Please send any more info you have and I'll do the same. Thanks!

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John Barron

Subj: Re: Barron Circle

Date: 9/19/98 11:49:08 AM Central Daylight Time

From: PackSpouse

To: JBarron933



John I have a picture of Serena Barron my great grandmother by THB. I also have a copy of a drawn picture that was in the paper when they moved his body to Fort Fisher. I also have a picture of one other sister. I just don't know which one right now because I don't have my notes with my. I will be more than happy to send copies. Let me know if this is what you want. Thanks Joni

Subj: Re: Barron Circle

Date: 9/19/98

To: PackSpouse



Joni, thanks for your offer. I was forwarding a request, however, from another of our Barron Circle members who is <irrockin@sprintmail.com> (Reitha Gaines). I'm sure she would be interested, but thought I had better ok it with you first.



I've been so busy this week setting up my new computer that I've not taken time to thank you for the information that you sent me. I hadn't heard about the bounty grants to THB before. I guess these were located in Washington Co., TX, where he first settled.



The affidavit was something. Clearly, this old man knew nothing about THB since in his lifetime, THB always maintained that he was born in Virginia. There never were any Choctaw Indians in Virginia. It's amazing what some people will swear to in order to help their friends. I've seen dozens of these Indian claim affidavits and feel that the majority of them are bogus and nothing but self-serving efforts not to be taken seriously.



Thanks for your help, John

Subj: Barron family

Date: 9/19/98 5:34:38 PM Central Daylight Time

From: KirkWB

To: JBarron933



John, I've slowly digesting the information on your page and have several questions.



First, maybe its my unfamiliarity with the nomenclature but as I read the Thomas Hudson Barron information I have counted over 20 offspring. I'm sure he was prolific but 22 children seems quite energetic especially for the mother. I must be reading it incorrectly - do you have advice?



Second, how much data do you already have on John Barron Jr.'s family. I have tried to contact Opal Layman in Nebraska (descendent of Benjamin F. Barron who was John Barron Jr's son) through e-mail but she must have discontinued her service or changed names and so I've written her a letter. Since a lot of the information I have is from her I think it would be most appropriate to contact her and see if she would mind having her information added. She and I have a lot of interesting data on the descendants of John Barron Jr. which would seem to compliment the data on T.H. Barron. Its interesting that at least 3 and probably more of John Barron (Jrs) sons fought with the Union while the family of Thomas Hudson Barron was in Texas and some children appear to fought with the Confederacy.



The last question is who is the source of the Thomas Hudson Barron information? My great aunt told me that her Barron ancestors came northeast England near Newcastle and I would like to pursue this.



Thanks for you time - Best regards Kirk

Subj: Barron Circle

Date: 9/20/98

To: KirkWB



Kirk, THB had 2 wifes and a large family with each. I haven't counted the kids, but that sounds about right.



In another message I have attached what I have on THB's brother John (I never use Sr. or Jr. since these change over time and generations). I would love to have additions and corrections to the chart. You are probably correct about the C.W. affiliations at least as far as THB's sons are concerned (2 died during the war). I don't have any info about John's family on this issue and would appreciate having some.



As far as the sources are concerned, I assume that you mean where the family originated. THB told 3 different census takers that he was born in Virginia. His Dixon half brother and sisters told the census taker in 1850 they were born in Maryland. The Barron family has a long history (back to at least 1715) in Charles Co., MD, and Dr. Henley Barron of Prince Wm. Co., VA, was the son of Thomas Barron of Charles Co. I can't tie him with THB's family yet, but feel sure they are. Charles Co. is adjacent to St. Mary's Co. from which I feel sure the Mattingley's were from.



Your aunt's story is probably just a legend. We run across them constantly in genealogy and they can be clues, but evidence from research usually shows them to be incorrect. You'll never be able to convince her it's not true, however, so I wouldn't worry it.



John

Subj: Barron Circle

Date: 9/20/98

To: KirkWB



Kirk, the following is what I have on the descendants of John Barron (brother of Thomas Hudson Barron). I would like very much to get whatever more you have or can find and will put it on the web page with your approval.



1 - John BARRON

Born - Abt 1800 VA

Note - !CENSUS:

Fulton Co., IL 1860 (Astoria Twnshp, p 326).

Falls Co., TX 1860 (p 10). Age 60 b VA.

!MARRIAGE: Brown, Helen. 1984. FGS in Barron Family Newsletter. 4(4):15.

!MARRIAGE: LDS Church IGI Records for Kentucky.

sp- Sarah TWIDDLE

Born - 23 Sep 1802 VA

Mar. - 17 Sep 1820 Elizabethtown, Hardin Co., KY

Died - 11 Mar 1880 Fulton Co., IL

Dau of ? TWIDDLE & Marah ?

Note - ! b - Census Fulton Co., IL 1870 (Astonia Twp, p 287)

! d - Brown, Helen. 1984. FGS in Barron Family Newsletter. 4(4):15.

2 - Joseph BARRON

Born - Abt 1820 KY

sp- Martha ?

Born - Abt 1828 KY

Mar. - Bef 1849 Fulton Co.?, IL

Note - ! b - Census Fulton Co., IL 1850 (Astoria, p 114).

3 - John BARRON

Born - Abt 1849 Fulton Co., IL

2 - Thomas BARRON

Note - Died early and named another son Thomas.

2 - John BARRON

Note - Brown, Helen. 1984. FGS in Barron Family Newsletter. 4(4):15.

2 - Benjamin Franklin BARRON

Born - 9 Jul 1825 Hardin Co., KY

Died - 8 Nov 1893 Fulton Co., IL

Note - !BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: Brown, Helen. 1984. FGS in Barron Family Newsletter.

4(4):15.

sp- Jane LINDSEY

Born - 27 Jun 1831 Cape Girardeau, IL

Mar. - 15 Jul 1845 Fulton Co.?, IL

Died - 16 Apr 1910 Warren Co., IL

Dau of James LINDSEY & Charlotte JEFFERS

Note - !CENSUS:

Fulton Co., IL 1850 (Astoria, p 114).

!BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: Brown, Helen. 1984. FGS in Barron Family Newsletter.

4(4):15.

!MARRIAGE: Esau, Lilly. Pedigree chart in BFN 3(1):12. Said name was Lindray.

3 - Charlotte Ann BARRON

Born - 20 Sep 1848 Fulton Co., IL

Died - 30 Nov 1929

Note - !BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: Brown, Helen. 1984. FGS in Barron Family Newsletter.

4(4):13.

!BIRTH-MARRIAGE: Query in Barron Family Newsletter. 1(5):16.

sp- Daniel Fielden BROWN

Mar. - 5 Nov 1865 Schulyer Co., IL

3 - Joseph Quincy BARRON

Born - 25 Apr 1850 Fulton Co., IL

Died - 5 Oct 1930

Note - Brown, Helen. 1984. BFN. 4(4):13.

sp- Adaline WALTON

Mar. - 2 Sep 1875

3 - Sarah Jane BARRON

Born - 8 Apr 1852 Fulton Co., IL

Died - 7 Jul 1907 Fulton Co.?, IL

Note - Brown, Helen. 1984. BFN. 4(4):13.

sp- Joe TRIBBET

Mar. - 5 Mar 1879

3 - Sylvester BARRON

Born - 29 Jul 1854 Fulton Co., IL

Died - 9 Oct 1864 Fulton Co., IL

Note - Brown, Helen. 1984. BFN. 4(4):13.

3 - Christian Angeline BARRON

Born - 5 Nov 1856 Fulton Co., IL

Died - 18 Mar 1931

Note - Brown, Helen. 1984. BFN. 4(4):13.

sp- John Thomas TOLAND

3 - Mary Elizabeth BARRON

Born - 6 Mar 1859 Fulton Co., IL

Died - 1903

Note - Brown, Helen. 1984. BFN. 4(4):13.

sp- Levi AYERS

Mar. - 29 May 1883

3 - Florinda Ellen BARRON

Born - 2 Oct 1861 Fulton Co., IL

Died - 13 Feb 1935 Fulton Co., IL

Note - Brown, Helen. 1984. BFN. 4(4):13.

sp- Stephen MILLER

Mar. - 7 Feb 1878 Scyuler Co., IL

3 - James Knolton BARRON

Born - 31 Jul 1864 Fulton Co., IL

Died - 18 Jun 1944 Fulton Co., IL

Note - Brown, Helen. 1984. BFN. 4(4):13.

sp- Rebecca WALTON

Mar. - 5 Oct 1889

3 - John Franklin BARRON

Born - 12 Oct 1866 Fulton Co., IL

Died - 5 Nov 1924 Ogden, UT

Note - !BIRTH: Brown, Helen. 1984. Barron Family Newsletter. 4(4):13.

!BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: Esau, Lilly. Pedigree chart in BFN 3(1):12.

sp- Lizzie MURPHY

Born - KS

4 - Martin Monroe BARRON

Born - 20 Jun 1914 Monmouth, IL

Note - !BIRTH-MARRIAGE: Esau, Lilly. Family Group Sheet in BFN 3(1):14.

sp- Evelyn FOLEY

Born - Monmouth, IL

Note - Esau. Family group sheets in BFN. 3(1):14.

5 - Carol BARRON

Note - !PARENTS-MARRIAGE: Esau, Lilly. Family Group Sheet in BFN 3(1):14.

sp- ? PETERSON

5 - Ann BARRON

Note - !PARENTS-MARRIAGE: Esau, Lilly. Family Group Sheet in BFN 3(1):14.

sp- ? HUTCHINSON

5 - John Franklin BARRON

Born - 13 Jun 1940 Monmonth, IL

Note - !BIRTH-MARRIAGE: Esau, Lilly. Family Group Sheet in BFN 3(1):13.

sp- Lilly Mae DICKSON

Born - 1 Apr 1944 Newton, KS

Mar. - 27 Nov 1965 Newton, KS, divorced

Note - !BIRTH-MARRIAGE: Esau, Lilly. Family Group Sheet in BFN 3(1):13.

!RESIDENCES: Address as of Mar 1983 - 206 Laurel Lane, McGregor, TX.

6 - Martin Lee BARRON

Born - 6 Jun 1969 Newton, KS

Note - !BIRTH: Esau, Lilly. Family Group Sheet in BFN 3(1):13.

5 - Robert BARRON

Note - !PARENTS: Esau, Lilly. Family Group Sheet in BFN 3(1):14.

5 - Louise BARRON

Note - !PARENTS-MARRIAGE: Esau, Lilly. Family Group Sheet in BFN 3(1):14.

sp- Lyle SHAFER

4 - Frank BARRON

Born - Monmouth, IL

Note - !PARENTS: Esau, Lilly. Family Group Sheet in BFN 3(1):15.

4 - Jim BARRON

Born - Monmouth, IL

Note - !PARENTS: Esau, Lilly. Family Group Sheet in BFN 3(1):15.

4 - Ben BARRON

Born - Monmouth, IL

Note - !PARENTS: Esau, Lilly. Family Group Sheet in BFN 3(1):15.

4 - Jane BARRON

Born - Monmouth, IL

Note - !PARENTS: Esau, Lilly. Family Group Sheet in BFN 3(1):15.

4 - Kathie BARRON

Born - Monmouth, IL

Note - !PARENTS: Esau, Lilly. Family Group Sheet in BFN 3(1):15.

4 - Clara BARRON

Born - Monmouth, IL

Note - !PARENTS: Esau, Lilly. Family Group Sheet in BFN 3(1):15.

4 - Flora BARRON

Born - Monmouth, IL

Note - !PARENTS: Esau, Lilly. Family Group Sheet in BFN 3(1):15.

4 - Lottie BARRON

Born - Monmouth, IL

Note - !PARENTS: Esau, Lilly. Family Group Sheet in BFN 3(1):15.

3 - Ida Ellen BARRON

Born - 20 Jan 1869 Fulton Co., IL

Died - 4 Feb 1869 Fulton Co., IL

Note - Brown, Helen. 1984. BFN. 4(4):13.

3 - George Washington BARRON

Born - 23 Apr 1870 Fulton Co., IL

Died - 7 Oct 1870 Fulton Co., IL

Note - Brown, Helen. 1984. BFN. 4(4):13.

3 - Fielden Marion BARRON

Born - 15 Aug 1871 Fulton Co., IL

Note - Brown, Helen. 1984. BFN. 4(4):13.

sp- Olive DOBSON

3 - Benjamin Parker BARRON

Born - 22 Aug 1874 Fulton Co., IL

Died - 17 Dec 1952

Note - Brown, Helen. 1984. BFN. 4(4):13.

sp- Cora SCOTT

2 - Mathew K. BARRON

Born - Abt 1827 KY

Note - ! b - Census Fulton Co., IL 1850 (Astoria, p 114).

! m - Brown, Helen. 1984. FGS in Barron Family Newsletter. 4(4):15.

Lived in LaBette, KS.

sp- Eusebia CHAPMAN

Born - Abt 1825 VA

Mar. - 4 Jan 1849 Fulton Co., IL

Died - 11 Dec 1899

Note - ! b - Census Fulton Co., IL 1850 (Astoria, p 114).

! d - Brown, Helen. 1984. FGS in Barron Family Newsletter. 4(4):15.

2 - Mary BARRON

Born - Abt 1829 KY

Note - ! b - Census Fulton Co., IL 1860 (Astoria Twnshp, p 326).

sp- John Q. LUDLUM

Born - Abt 1829 IL

Mar. - Bef 1852 Fulton Co.?, IL

Note - ! b - Census Fulton Co., IL 1860 (Astoria Twnshp, p 426).

3 - John W. H. LUDLUM

Born - Abt 1852 Fulton Co., IL

3 - Benjamin F. LUDLUM

Born - Abt 1854 Fulton Co., IL

2 - William Harrison BARRON

Born - Abt 1833 KY

Note - ! b - Census Fulton Co., IL 1860 (Astoria Twnshp, p 326).

sp- Sarah ?

Born - Abt 1834 IL

Mar. - Bef 1857 Fulton Co., IL

3 - Mathew BARRON

Born - Abt 1857 Fulton Co., IL

3 - Sarah A. BARRON

Born - Abt 1859 Fulton Co., IL

2 - Robert BARRON

Note - ! Brown, Helen. 1984. FGS in Barron Family Newsletter. 4(4):15.

2 - Sarah Martha BARRON

Born - Abt 1828

Died - Abt 1904

Note - b - Brown, Helen. 1984. FGS in Barron Family Newsletter. 4(4):15; Katschke.

1989 BFN 7(1):10.

d - above Katschke.

List of children from Katschke above.

sp- William POWELL M.G.

3 - Josephine POWELL

Born - 1850

Died - 1924

3 - Helen B. POWELL

Born - 1851

Died - 1931

3 - Phillip POWELL

Born - 1855

Died - 1922

3 - Leannah POWELL

Born - 1860

Died - 1941

3 - William Lincoln POWELL

Born - 1865

Died - 1947

3 - John POWELL

3 - Luther POWELL

3 - May POWELL

3 - Robert POWELL

3 - Walter POWELL

2 - Anthony BARRON

Note - ! Brown, Helen. 1984. FGS in Barron Family Newsletter. 4(4):15.

2 - Jenkins Rogers BARRON

Note - b - Brown, Helen. 1984. FGS in Barron Family Newsletter. 4(4):15.

List of children from BFN 7(1):10.

sp- Susan LINDSEY

Note - ! m - Brown, Helen. 1984. FGS in Barron Family Newsletter. 4(4):15.

3 - Amy V. BARRON

Born - 1859

Died - 1899

3 - David BARRON

Born - 1865

3 - Dora Mae BARRON

Born - 1876

3 - Hannah E. BARRON

Born - 1876

3 - Lulu V. BARRON

Born - 1880

2 - Susan BARRON

Died - Bef 1860 Fulton Co.?, IL

Note - d - Census Fulton Co., IL 1860 (Astoria Twnshp, p 326) shows husband and

children.

sp- Jeremiah BRYANT

Born - Abt 1829 KY

Mar. - Bef 1855 Fulton Co.?, IL

Note - ! b - Census Fulton Co., IL 1860 (Astoria Twnshp, p 326).

3 - Samuel J. BRYANT

Born - Abt 1855 Fulton Co., IL

3 - John J. BRYANT

Born - Abt 1847 Fulton Co., IL

3 - Sarah E. BRYANT

Born - Abt 1849 Fulton Co., IL

2 - Thomas BARRON

Born - Abt 1840 IL

Note - ! b - Census Fulton Co., IL 1860 (Astoria Twnshp, p 326).

sp- Elizabeth ?

Born - Abt 1841 IA

Mar. - Bef 1870 Fulton Co.?, IL

Note - ! b - Census Fulton Co., IL 1870 (Astoria Twnshp, p 301).

2 - David BARRON

Born - Abt 1845 IL

Note - !CENSUS:

Fulton Co., IL 1860 (Astoria Twnshp, p 326).

sp- Emeline WANTZ

Born - Abt 1850 PA

Mar. - Bef 1869 Fulton Co.?, IL

Note - ! b - Census Fulton Co., IL 1870 (Astoria Twnshp, p 287).

3 - William Delman BARRON

Born - Abt 1870 Fulton Co., IL

2 - Miles K. BARRON

Born - Abt 1848 IL

Note - !CENSUS:

Fulton Co., IL 1860 (Astoria Twnshp, p 326).

List of children from Katschke. 1989. BFN 7(1):11.

sp- Martha CALDWELL

Born - Abt 1850 IL

Mar. - 25 Dec 1867 Fulton Co., IL

Note - ! b - Census Fulton Co., IL 1870 (Astoria Twnshp, p 312).

! m - Brown, Helen. 1984. FGS in Barron Family Newsletter. 4(4):15.

3 - Albert BARRON

3 - Minnie Ann BARRON

Born - 1869

3 - Charles E. BARRON

Born - Abt 1870 Fulton Co., IL

3 - James BARRON

Born - 1872

Died - 1930

3 - George BARRON

Born - 1874

3 - Jessie M. BARRON

Born - 1880

3 - Harry Miles BARRON

Born - 1882



From the Personal Ancestral Files of:



John C. Barron

510 E. Braker Lane

Austin, TX 78753

(512) 836-0702



This chart was produced by the shareware computer program DESCEND - Version 2.4b, 18 Oct 1996 Copyright (1988-96) by John C. Barron; 510 E. Braker Lane; Austin, TX 78753.

Subj: Charles Wesley Barron

Date: 9/20/98 12:17:59 PM Central Daylight Time

From: Memarle

To: JBarron933



John,

I found this census posted on the GenForum by Jan Jeffus.



1870 Amite Co WM. T. Barron 44 MKS

Missouri 38 MS

Wm H. 20 MS

James S. 17 MS

John Thomas 15 MS

Richard 14 MS

Wiley W. 12 MS

Charlie W. 10 MS



Since I have been looking for my Charles Wesley Barron with brothers named Wiley and Wade, I am very excited. Do you have any information on the family listed above? My Charles Wesley birth date on grave marker is 1862. My Charles named a son John Wesley.

Martha Gibson Lee

Subj: Barron family

Date: 9/20/98 5:57:43 PM Central Daylight Time

From: KirkWB

To: JBarron933



John, Thanks for the information. I am incorporating and comparing to the data I have. On the surface I think we agree with few minor details. One point which I did note is the name of Sarah Twiddle. I have a copy of the marriage bond between John Barron and Sarah Twedwel on Sept 18 1820 and another for Marah Twedwell and Nathan Tucker Sr. Another document is signed by Nathan Tucker and states that he has nothing against his daughter Sarah Twedel marrying John Barron Junior. I obtained these documents from Opal Layman. Anyway, this data suggests that name was closer to Twedell than Twiddle. After seeing the extent of your data I will wait for your reply since you may have information to the contrary.



Also how would you prefer me to transmit the information I have? I'm using Family Tree Maker v4.4 but I noticed that you have your own copyrighted software. Some of the information such as the military and pension benefits for William H. Barron, Thomas Barron and their brother-in-law John Quincy Ludlum will need to be photocopied and mailed. I don't recall seeing your mailing address on your homepage. Let me know how you would like me to transmit.



Thanks - Kirk

Subj: Re: Charles Wesley Barron

Date: 9/21/98

To: Memarle



In a message dated 9/20/98 12:17:59 PM Central Daylight Time, Memarle writes:



<< Since I have been looking for my Charles Wesley Barron with brothers named Wiley and Wade, I am very excited. Do you have any information on the family listed above? My Charles Wesley birth date on grave marker is 1862. >>



By golly, Martha, I think you may have found him. Do you think the brother William H. may have been Wade H. After all Wade Hampton was who they were all named after. Maybe he hadn't been born yet. Anyway, I didn't have this family in my records although I do have some MS census for 1860-1870.



John

Subj: Re: Charles Wesley Barron

Date: 9/22/98 7:39:58 AM Central Daylight Time

From: Memarle

To: JBarron933



John,

Please ask other Barron Circle members if they have any information on William T. Barron and Missouri Barron. Wm. was age 24 and Missouri was age 20 on the 1850 pike Co. MS census. Maybe someone will have more information on this Barron Family. Also Naoma Barron age 56 born in GA may have been William T.'s mother. She is also listed on the 1850 Pike Co.MS census.

Martha Gibson Lee

Subj: Re: Charles Wesley Barron

Date: 9/22/98

To: Memarle



Naoma (or Naomi) was a Clark, I think. She was married to Thomas Barron who was a veteran of the Creek War of 1814. I have some data on him from a pension application or something. He came to Miss. Terr. from Burke Co., GA, and died about 1840. Don't have a list of kids, but I assumed Wn. T. was his son.



John

Subj: Barron Circle

Date: 9/22/98



I was at the library to day and ran into my old friend Theron Palmer, Thomas Hudson Barron researcher. Theron said he was finalizing the deal with the Texas Ranger Museum in Waco to make changes to THB's plaque which mixes up his mother as his wife. He also said he is not on-line yet, but invites any of you to contact him.



He also related that he had returned from doing research in Prince William County, VA, and is now all but sure that THB's father John Barron was there just prior to relocating to Kentucky. In the mid-1790s John, Jesse, and Dr. Henley Barron all began paying taxes in Prince Wm after coming from Charles Co., MD. About 1798, John disappeared from the tax rolls and was found in Ky a few years later.



John

Subj: John W. Barron

Date: 9/22/98

To: lbarron@fas.harvard.edu



Lucy, we may have to re-examine our elimination of the John W. Barron, nephew of Britton B. Barron from Cherokee Co., TX, as our ancestor. Today I found the following record:



>>>>>>>>>>>>>

Ogreta W. Huttash, Probate Records of Cherokee County, Texas, 1846 to c1875, (Jacksonville, Texas: Pub. by Author, 1998), p 7.



Barron, William, minors of:

17 Dec 1855, B.B. Barron a/guardian of Thomas James, John W., Ann, and Franklin Barron who were entitled to a small estate of $35 or $40 in Sumter County, Alabama. Bond $100.

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This John W. was the son of William Barron who married Lavinia Martin 17 Sep 1834 in Lawrence Co., AL. Britton Barron married Mary Jane Martin about 1848 in Tishomingo Co., MS. These two were surely brothers and may have married sisters. They were in Sumter Co., AL, in 1840 and William died about 1847. In 1850 with Britton living next door, Lavinia's family was as follows:



U.S. Census 1850, Tishomingo Co., MS, p 124.

Barron, Levorny 39 F $300 TN

Thomas J. 14 M AL

Nancy L. 12 F AL

John 8 M MS

Mary A. 6 F MS

Frances M. 3 F MS



In 1860, Lavinia household was as follows:



U.S. Census 1860, Cherokee Co., TX, p 487.

Barron, Lavinia 50 F TN

John W. 18 M MS

Mary A. 15 F MS

Francis M. 12 F MS



If you will remember, Lavinia Martin Barron's brother was a Lt. in the same Texas State Troops company from Johnson Co. in 1864 as Cowan McClung. They had to know each other. I don't know where the above John W. was in 1870. He and Eugenia McClung could have known each other in Johnson Co. You'd think they'd know his right age, though.

Subj: Martin/Barron query

Date: 9/23/98 9:27:19 AM Central Daylight Time

From: lbarron@fas.harvard.edu (Lucy Barron)

To: jbarron933@aol.com



Thought you'd be interested in this. I found it in Tishomingo query pages:



Query 378

Surnames:

BARRON CARTER JOHNSTON MARTIN

Submitter:

Linda Bracey (LSB757 @AOL.com)

Date:

01 Jul 1998



Looking for information regarding my ggg-grandfather Samuel Carroll Martin born Jan 6, 1816 TN. He married Sarah Ann Barron Sumter County, AL April 14, 1838. They had 2 children in AL and were in Tishomingo by 1844. Sarah died and SC married her sister Mary (Polly) Barron in Tishomingo Aug 20, 1849. They had a child in Tishomingo and were in Cherokee County TX by 1854. Samuel Carroll Martin's sister Mary married Franklin Crockett Carter.



Lucy Barron

Subj: Re: John W. Barron

Date: 9/23/98

To: lbarron@fas.harvard.edu



Me neither about the age problem. I'm afraid that the Franklin shown, however, was actually the sister Frances misread by Ogreta. But the name of the father as William helps our case. Of course, every family had a John and William. This is just too much of a coincidence for us to put aside though. Don't you think?

Subj: Re: Martin/Barron query

Date: 9/23/98

To: LSB757



Linda, my daughter sent me your Martin/Barron query from Tishomingo Co., MS. I don't have the answer to your questions, but would like to invite you to join our on-line group of Barron researchers. We store our results on my web page which can be accessed as follows: John Barron's Home Page



I have attempted to connect my John W. Barron (b c1850) with the Barron line in Cherokee Co. and Tishomingo earlier. Lavinia Martin and William Barron had a son John W. who was shown as somewhat older, but who knows. Was your Samuel C. Martin a brother of Lavinia? Let me hear from you.



John Barron, Austin, TX

Subj: Barrons of GA>AL>LA>TX

Date: 9/23/98 3:04:00 PM Central Daylight Time

From: sarchet@WBU1.WBU.EDU (Donna Sarchet)

To: JBarron933@aol.com (JBarron933)



John--

I came across a Barron book while at the Dallas library and thought I'd check with you regarding some of the locales mentioned. I seemed to recall that you were interested in the McClennan Co., TX Barrons and I recalled seeing recent posts on Union Parish, LA lines. I hesitate to post this to the circle without verifying the information stated in this publication. However, I thought you might be interested and probably are already familiar with this book.



From "The Soles and Barron Families of AL and TX" by Mildred Dowling Barron (not sure of publication date, but the Dallas Library acquired it in 1970; also references to 1968 are made in the book, so it had to be published sometime in 1968-1970).



Note: The James Barron mentioned here (father of Jarred Irwin Barron) is said to be from the line of "Capt." William Barron and Prudence Davis via their son John Barron (said to be b. 1763 in Ireland) and wife Frances Garrard. James Irwin Barron is John and Frances' fourth of eleven children. Another child of this couple (John and Frances) is Hiram Barron, who was the father of Joseph Day Barron, Secretary of State of AL 1889-1894 and recipient of the infamous Garrard Letter. Much detail is given on these eleven children.



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[Quote]

p. 57 "Mrs. Icie G. Reed of McMahan, TX has a handwritten note which was written by Minnie DuBose Griffn (a dau. of Samuel Dent DuBose and Cintha Lucinda Barron and a great granddau. of James and Sarah Miles Barron) which states that James and Sarah Miles Barron had 13 ch. The fourth child was Jarred Irwin Barron who was born April 8, 1822. This note is very old and the name seems to be James Irven; however, the date of his birth, marriage and death are the same as recorded in the Barron Family Bible which can be located in Bryan, TX.



[Then the names of the ch. with b, d, and m information is given]



Child #4: James (Jarred Irwin Barron) [sic], b. April 8, 1822--married Amelia Banes Soles, May 12, 1842--died January 5, 1868. (They had 11 ch.)"



p. 59 "In an Application for Administration of property of James Barron, his wife Sarah lists this son as Ervin J. Barron. . . ." [the entire text of this application is given; it names all ch.]



"Jarred Irwin's father, James, and his mother, Sarah, probably married in their home state of GA. It is believed that they moved to Pike Co., AL about the year 1820. Between this time and 1837, they moved to Dallas or Lowndes Co., AL for this is where their 12th child, Cintha Lucinda Barron, was born, according to Bible records of Samuel Dent DuBose and Cinta Lucinda Barron DuBose. This Bible is in the possession of Mrs. Lizzie Miles (DuBose) Foster of Devine, TX. It is not known when James and Sarah moved to Union Parish, LA, but it is known they were living there as early as 1856, for on Feb 3 of that year a child of Jarred Irwi and Amelia Barron died, probably while they were visiting James and Sarah in Louisiana. A family record shows this child died and was buried in LA. It is believed that James, Sarah, and the ch. moved to Union Parish, LA, shortly after the Parish was organized in 1839.



James Barron died, October 13, 1867. His occupation was listed as that of farmer. It is believed that Sarah moved to Texas not long after his death. The cemetery where he is buried cannot be located. Evidently his grave was not marked. He is buried somewhere in Union Parish, LA, possibly around Farmerville, which is the county seat. A diligent search was made for his grave in July of 1968.



The Barron family, while living in Union Parish, owned a tract of land of 538 acres at Truxno which is located about 12 miles north of Farmerville. This land was sold in 1868 for around $900 by Sarah Barron after the death of James. This information was obtained from the County Clerk's office in Farmerville.



Not long after the settlement of the estate, Sarah Miles Barron moved to TX. According to family records she died in December of 1877 in McLennan County, TX and is buried there.



A great-granddau. of James and Sarah Miles Barron, Mrs. Lizzie Miles (DuBose) Foster, of Devine, TX, and her dau-in-law, Mrs. Vera Foster, of San Antonio, TX have been very helpful in compiling family records. Mrs. Lizzie Foster died 27 July 1968 at the age of 90 years, 9 months, adn 16 days. She is buried in the Evergreen Cem. in Devine, Medina Co,. TX.



Note: Farmerville, LA in 1968 had a population of about 3000. There were 10 listing of "Barrons" in the telephone directory. In Union Parish there were at least two lines of the Barron family."



[End Quote]

********************************************************************



Donna Sarchet

Plainview, TX

Subj: Re: Barrons of GA>AL>LA>TX

Date: 9/23/98

To: sarchet@WBU1.WBU.EDU



Donna, thanks, I have seen the "Soles" book before. I think it is pretty accurate for the children of James and Sarah Miles Barron. At least for the ones that I checked out. I'd be happy to forward it to the Barron Circle group if you like.



Speaking of the infamous Garrard letter, there are a bunch of folks on the Barron list of the GenForum that are in need of your research efforts and real evidence. They are trumpeting "Capt." Wm's beheading and the barons of Burnchurch to high heaven. There is a fellow named Chandler who has tried to set them straight, but got no response to his efforts. Give it a look-see if you haven't already.



John

Subj: Re: Martin/Barron query

Date: 9/24/98 1:10:14 PM Central Daylight Time

From: LSB757

To: JBarron933



John,

Believe we have been in contact before. I have gone to your page and do get information from other Barron researchers. I had gotten in touch with you regarding Britton Barron. My Samuel Carroll Martin and Britton Barron were both in Sumter county, AL, Tishomingo County, MS and Cherokee County, TX at the same time. Samuel Carroll's first wife Sarah was a Barron and his second wife Mary (Polly) believe to be Sarah's sister. Believe Thomas Barron was their father. Know that Sarah died in the 1840's but have not been able to find any information regarding her death. Samuel Carroll Martin was born 1816 in TN. Have not been able to find anything regarding his parents or where in TN he was born.



Linda

Subj: Re: Barron

Date: 9/28/98 6:28:38 PM Central Daylight Time

From: KYEGLEI

To: JBarron933



John:

Here is a write-up I have prepared to state what I have determined as closest to the probable facts. Much admittedly is circumstantial but many have been hanged on less evidence. The story of his death was taken not from the letter but from several sources and giving the letter as much credence as I could since he was Elizabeth's grandson and some other family traditions. Other came from Charles Jones's Memorial History of Augusta, Georgia.

I hope this helps you see where I am coming from.



Leon

Subj: Barron research

Date: 9/28/98

To: Jpatter343@msn.com



John, Alemedia Barron was the daughter of Thomas Hudson Barron and his 1st wife Elizabeth Corneal. He was an early Texas pioneer and Capt in Texas revolution and Texas Rangers. Please check my web site for a descendant chart for Thomas Hudson Barron by clicking on the following: John Barron's Home Page



John Barron, Austin, TX

Subj: Barron/Cunningham Query

Date: 10/10/98

To: Jpatter343@msn.com



On the Cunningham GenForum you have a query about the identity of Alamedia Barron's 1st husband. His name was William "Cleb" Cunningham and on that forum I uploaded a family group listing for them. They are also included on my web page in "The Descendants of Thomas Hudson Barron." You can access the web page as follows: John Barron's Home Page



John Barron, Austin, TX

Subj: Re: [Fwd: Ann Walker, Talbot Co., MD]

Date: 10/18/98

To: f_harrisonpm@TITAN.SFASU.EDU



Thanks, Patrick. I feel sure that the earliest 2 or 3 generations (with the Barbados connection) was from the work of William P. Barron in the Barron Family Newsletter. This was in some of the last issues that he put out. Not sure what happened to Bill.



We're getting some pretty interesting stuff going on on the Barron page of the GenForum. Have you checked this out?



John

Subj: Re: [Fwd: Ann Walker, Talbot Co., MD]

Date: 10/20/98 12:05:54 PM Central Daylight Time

From: f_harrisonpm@TITAN.SFASU.EDU (Patrick M. Harrison)

To: JBarron933@aol.com



I talked with Charles Doll by telephone and he said that he did get the information from the Barron Newsletter. He is descended from Joseph Elias Barron and Ann Walker through their son Thomas and Thomas Jr. He would like to become a member of our group. He is at - cdoll@gate.net.



Patrick

Subj: MONTGOMERY/BARRON

Date: 10/20/98 2:44:43 PM Central Daylight Time

From: lbarron@fas.harvard.edu (Lucy Barron)

To: jbarron933@aol.com



Double whammy for interest here:



Posted by Tom Stephenson (tdstepen@peoplescom.net) on March 16, 1998 at 13:58:14:



Seeking information on James Montgomery. He married Margaret Stephenson in 1808 in York County,S.C. James Montgomery and family moved to Giles County,TN. by 1810. Margaret Stephenson was the daughter of Robert Stephenson.b. 1755,probably in Augusta County,Va.Robert died in 1798. His wife was Jane Barron of Maryland.



==========

Do you think James and Samuel are brothers? We need to get George's estate papers.





Lucy Barron

Subj: Hello again

Date: 10/24/98 10:38:49 AM Central Daylight Time

From: rfspencer@htcomp.net (Fran Spencer)

To: jbarron933@aol.com



I mailed you once before after looking over your home page - here I am again. At that time you invited me to join a circular letter thing and I agreed. I haven't seen anything on my e-mail. Am I looking in the wrong place? Are you referring to the e-mail things I found today on your home page? I just don't want to miss anything.



The main reason I am back is for some help. In the information I found on your home page, in the census from Eastland Co. Tx for 1880, I found a listing for someone I believe to be my g-grandfather. He is listed as #137



Barron.Jas M. wm 29 VA VA VA

Cornelia E. 27 VA TN TN

Chas A 2 VA VA VA

Minnie 11/30/80.



What I know about my g-grandfather is: James Francis Barron b. June 9, 1851; d. Mar. 29, 1926. His wife was Cornelia Elizabeth b. Nov. 17, 1857; d. June 30, 1918. Children: Charles Arthur b. Mar. 31, 1878; d. June 2, 1954 (my grandfather), Minnie, Joe, Dellia, Elmer, Clyde, Thelma, and Ollie. I do not know dates on siblings of Chas. A. According to my father, James Francis Barron, his grandparents and many of their children moved to Lamesa, TX in 1904. There he was involved in starting the First National Bank of Lamesa. He was a one-armed man, having lost his arm in an accident in a syrup mill. James Francis, his wife Cornelia, and several of his children including my grandfather (his wife and a baby son) are all buried in Lamesa.



My questions are:

1. Do you think these are the same people even though the middle initial does not match?

2. What do the abbreviations VA VA Va stand for?

3. If, as I suspect, they stand for the state where that person and his/her parents were born, do you have any information about earlier members of this family. I cannot seem to get anything to connect to the other families I am reading about from earlier times.



I will be very appreciative of answers on any of these questions. Thanks for your time.



Fran Barron Spencer



Subj: Barron/Lott marriage

Date: 10/25/98



The following is what I have in my files for the marriage of Aaron B. Lott and Mary A. Barron. Before checking the file, I wondered if she were the widow of Wm Beck, but it appears that she had been married to Wm Johnson prior to her marriage to Lott. Does anyone have any more info on this couple?







1 - Aaron B. LOTT

Born - Jun 1839

Died - 1899 Coryell Co., TX

Note - !BIRTH-MARRIAGE: Barron Family Newsletter. 1(4):16.

!BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: Trails West Ancestor Index of Members. 1996. Parker Co.Gen Soc. p 73. CONFLICT: Said born 1842.

sp- Mary Almira BARRON

Born - 24 Apr 1838 Barbour Co., AL

Mar. - 1865 Carroll Co., MS

Died - 8 Nov 1921 Coryell Co., TX

Dau of Henry BARRON & Sarah CALLOWAY

Note - !CENSUS:

Tallapoosa Co., AL 1850 (p 2). Age 11 b AL.

!BIRTH: Barron. 1969. The Soles & Barron Families.

!BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: Barron Family Newsletter. 1(4):16. Said m/1 William Johnson.

!BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: Trails West Ancestor Index of Members. 1996. Parker Co.Gen Soc. p 17. CONFLICT: Said died 1923.

Subj: Re: Barron/Lott marriage

Date: 10/27/98 3:43:56 AM Central Standard Time

From: CP4FSU

To: JBarron933



Hi John:



I don't have any information on the Barron/Lott marriage however I am looking for information on Henry W. Barron who was the father of Mary, is there anyone in the group who has researched him? If so I would appreciate any help they can give me. I would like to know if there is any connection between Benjamin A., Andrew J. Henry, and Ridley who were all born in Ga. and resided in Clayton , Alabama in the 1850 and 1860 census records.



Thanks

Subj: Re: Barron family

Date: 11/1/98 2:33:20 PM Central Standard Time

From: f_harrisonpm@TITAN.SFASU.EDU (Patrick M. Harrison)

Reply-to: f_harrisonpm@TITAN.SFASU.EDU

To: aulmer@cvm.msstate.edu

CC: JBarron933@aol.com (John Barron - Austin)



Dear Mary:

Yes, I would like to know more about the Whitten/Barron connection. The information below is all I have on their marriage - no children or history, etc. It would fill in another blank page. I have a file of what I know about the Barron Family on computer and I would send you a Gedcom or a word perfect document - it is about 99 pages though. Let me know what you want. I look forward to hearing about Mr. Whitten - why was he run out of the county??? How do you fit into the Barron - Whitten Family?? [I am sending a copy of this to John Barron in Austin - you see his email address above - he supervises the Barron members gathering on internet.]



Cordially, Patrick Harrison



91. Almond[16] Barron (Ezekiel[15], James[14], Joseph Elias[13], John[12], Joseph (Barrand)Sr.[11], Robert[10]). Born, circa 1824, in Alabama. Died, 20 Jul 1863, in Vicksburg (Almond enlisted CSA, August 1861, co. F, 5th Miss Regt. Capt. A. Porter). Occupation: Farmer/soldier. Individual number 1445.



He married Frances M. Unknown (785), before 1847, in Mississippi.

Marriage number 469. Children:

116 i. Ezekiel[17].

ii. Samuel. Born, 15 Oct 1847, in Mississippi, [Clarksville?].Died,

22 Apr 1931, in Fisher Co., Roby, Tx. He married Etta Coker, 12

Jun 1895, in Fisher Co., Tx. Marriage number 917. Individual

number 1447.

iii. Joseph. Born, circa 1848, in Mississippi. Immigration in to

Texas. Individual number 1448.

iv. Sallie E. Born, circa 1851, in Mississippi. She married J.S.



Whitten, 30 Jan 1867, in Oktibbeha Co., Miss. Marriagenumber

470. Individual number 1450.

v. John. Born, circa 1852, in Mississippi. Individual number 1452.

vi. George. Born, circa 1854, in Mississippi. Individual number

1453.

vii. Mary E. Born, circa 1856, in Mississippi. She married Junious

Cunningham, 2 Jan 1877, in Oktibbeha Co., Mississippi. Marriage

number 471. Individual number 1454.

viii. Thomas. Born in Mississippi. Individual number 1456.

ix. David. Born, circa 1859, in Mississippi. Individual number1457.

x. William H. Born in Mississippi. Individual number 1458.

xi. Almond F. Born in Mississippi. Individual number 1459.







aulmer@cvm.msstate.edu wrote:



> I saw you query in the Winston County, MS web page. I am looking for

> the family of James Whitten and Sarah (Sallie) Barron from Winston

> County, MS. Sallie was the daughter of Fannie Barron. James & Sallie

> married circa 1870 and were in the 1870 Winston census but not the 1880

> Winston. There was an arrest warrant issued for James Whitten in 1876,

> and I suspect he fled the county. But Sallie sold land in Winston in

> the 1880's. I think I have Fannie Barron and her children in the 1860

> Winston if you need them. If any of this sounds famililar, please let

> me know.

>

> Thanks,

>

> Mary K. Johnson

Subj: Barron Family

Date: 11/11/98 1:14:34 AM Central Standard Time

From: RobtBarron

To: JBarron933



Subject: BARRON

Date: Mon, Nov 9, 1998 10:05 PM

From: RobtBarron

Message-id: <19981110010533.29438.00001443@ng107.aol.com>



My grandparents, William Patrick Barron & Ann Sullivan Barron, lived in Ottawa, Illinois, at the time of their deaths.



My father, Raymond John Barron, was born in Streator, Illinois. Lived most of his life in the area of Charleston, West Virginia, where I was born. (I grew up in West Virginia and Oak Ridge, Tennessee, then migrated to California where I have lived since 1962.)



I had an uncle, Arthur Barron, who also lived in Ottawa. He and his wife Betty had a very large family, ten or more childrene.



I had an uncle William Barron in Streator, Illinois.



An Aunt, May Barron Cotter , married to Patrick Cotter, lived in Kankakee, Illinois.



Another Aunt, Pearl Barron Ulrich, wife of Alec Ulrich, lived in Houston, Texas.



If any of my skillions of cousins should read this and recognize the family connection, please feel free to e-mail me: RobtBarron@aol.com

Subj: BARRONS AND MARTINS

Date: 11/15/98 8:40:47 PM Central Standard Time

From: DMartin295

To: JBarron933



We exchanged info about a year ago, I believe. Recently another researcher says she picked up the following info from the John Barron page:



"Elizabeth Martin married Thomas Barron, 12 Feb 1796 in Lincoln Co., NC. Their children were John, Melinda, William, Sarah Ann, b. 1821 in Lawrence Co., AL, and Britton B. Barron b. 10 Oct. 1820." Would like to verify if this is correct.



Sarah Ann married Samuel Carroll Martin 15 April 1838 in Sumter Co., AL. She died about 1848 in Tishomingo Co., MS. Samuel Carroll then married Mary Polly Barron , 20 Aug 1849. I have been thinking Mary Polly was a sister of Sarah Ann Barron. Do you know if this info is correct?



Regards,

Luther Martin

Subj: Re: BARRONS AND MARTINS

Date: 11/15/98

To: DMartin295

CC: lbarron@fas.harvard.edu



Hi Luther, I remember corresponding with you and appreciate your data. The marriage of Thomas Barron and Elizabeth Martin is certain, but whether it is the same Thomas Barron in Lawrence Co. is speculative. The list of children is also not sure, but plenty of circumstantial evidence points to it. I don't have any evidence concerning the two Martin girls, however, but I'd think you have a pretty good case.



I'm not sure how much of this is on my web page. I do have a descendant chart of Britton Barron (b 1820) that names Thomas as probable father. My guess is that the info that was reported to you is in the messages that have been saved on site. My daughter and I are leaning more and more toward thinking that Britton's brother William was the father of my g-grandfather, John W. Barron. Britton and William's widow (Lavinia Martin) came to Cherokee Co., TX, about 1853.



John Barron, Austin, TX

Subj: Barron's of Ky. and Md.

Date: 11/17/98 9:39:08 PM Central Standard Time

From: ttoddzz@hotmail.com (timothy todd)

To: jbarron933@aol.com



Dear Mr. Barron,



You gave me a lead in Sept. on Joseph Barron of Talbot Co. MD, and I was wondering if you could give me some more info on maybe any dates or maybe who his wife's people were, and where they were from? My people were the Barron's of Pulaski Co. Ky.



My line is Menerva Barron who married William Henry Todd ca. 1845. Would you by any chance have a list of children for John & Sussanah McBee Barron?



Any help would be greatly appreciated!!

Timothy W. Todd

Subj: barron history

Date: 11/18/98 12:01:22 PM Central Standard Time

From: BHayes2009

To: JBarron933



am researching barron history, starting with capt. williams barronfrom barons of burnchurch in ireland...children were John, Elizabeth, William and Samuel...i am descendent of samuel barron july 4, 1768.......any information would be appreciated. Elizabeth Barron

Subj: Re: VOTER REG.

Date: 11/23/98 1:51:13 PM Central Standard Time

From: Memarle

To: JBarron933



In a message dated 11/23/98 11:25:14 AM Central Standard Time, JBarron933 writes:



> i think the James wiley Barron i am looking for is the one in

> Hopkins county as he is the only one listed as born in Miss



Danny,

What is the birth date for James Wiley Barron? Did he have a brother named Charles Weslely or Wade? I have been looking for three brothers that came to East Texas Rusk Co. as teenagers. They were from Miss. I do not know where Wiley, and Wade went from there. Charlie stayed in Rusk Co. Charlie was born 1862.

Martha Gibson Lee

Subj: "Capt" William Barron

Date: 11/23/98

To: lweaver@worldnet.att.net



Joyce, on the GenForum you wrote...



I am looking for info on Capt. William Barron who was born in County Waterford, Ireland, in 1740. He married Prudence "Prudy" Davis in Warren County, Ga. They had four children, John, Elizabeth, Samuel and William. Could this be same William Barron?

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>



Recent research has shown that this couple was from Craven Co., NC. This Barron family had been in America for several generations and were probably of English origin. I would suggest that you research the probate and deed records of Craven Co. and form your own conclusions. The old info that you are quoting has been spread far and wide by the DAR and other secondary sources and stems originally from a letter written in the 1890s by a grandson who was "speculating" about his ancestors.



It is unfortunate that we have to contend with mis-information like this, but I suppose it occurs in all families to some extent. Of course, the story of Wm Barron's beheading is a compelling story and one that anyone would be proud to have in their history, but some people have become attached to it and will not consider that it may be wrong. The reality is there is no evidence other than hear-say that the Wm Barron who married Prudence Davis was ever in the Rev. War. There were several William Barron's from the Carolina (and Georgia) in the war, but no evidence that they were THIS William.



John Barron, Austin, TX

Subj: Barron KY-IL; KY-TX

Date: 11/28/98 11:23:50 PM Central Standard Time

From: KirkWB

To: JBarron933



Dear John, Thank you for the messages re: the Barron family. I appreciate your time and effort in coordinating all the messages. I have been slowly trying to track down my Barron ancestry and have made a few inroads. I would like to contact someone descended from Thomas Hudson Barron. My ancestor was Thomas Hudson's brother - John Barron (jr). John Barron and his wife Sarah Twidwell settled in Fulton Co,. Illinois. I am curious as to whether there is any information as to why Thomas Hudson moved to Texas and would really just like to contact someone on that side of the family. Could you suggest who I might contact? Thanks again - Kirk Barron

Subj: Re: Barron KY-IL; KY-TX

Date: 11/29/98

To: KirkWB



Kirk, I would suggest you contact Theron Palmer. He is a descendant of THB and a long time researcher. There are also several other descendants on our list too.



It is my understanding that after the Creek War of 1814, THB joined a group of stalwart backwoodsmen and set up a semi-permanent hunting camp along the Red River in what is now Bowie County, Texas. At the time, this area was complete wilderness and deep in Indian country. After a few years it came under the jurisdiction of Miller Co., Arkansas Territory. There is a pretty good book on it titled "Three Weeks from Tennessee" or something like that. I'll have to check it out again. There's also a great academic paper on the area in the historical journal "Chronicles of Oklahoma."



Thomas' fellow Kentuckian, Patrick Carnell, was there too and by 1820 THB had married his daughter. In the mid-1820s, Stephen F. Austin had established an Anglo American colony in the Brazos River valley in what is now Texas. Barron wasn't one of the "Old Three Hundred" original settlers, but followed soon afterward. I don't have my information in front of me, but if I remember right he was in Austin's colony by 1830.



He took an active part in the Texas Rev. and was captain of a company of volunteers. During the "run-away-scrape" as Santa Anna's army marched across Texas and Sam Houston retreated to the east, Barron split his forces and he led a group back home to assist in moving the families. The rest of the company caught up with the main force and was at the Battle of San Jacinto. THB was ranger and militia captain afterwards for many years and a noted Indian fighter. Someone needs to write a book about him, maybe Theron will.



Hope this gets you started. Give us a report.



John

Subj: BARRONS in Wallace Cemetery

Date: 12/24/98 6:39:24 PM Central Standard Time

From: pwjacob@memphisonline.com (Patrick W. Jacob)



Barron Circle,



BARRON family members buried in Wallace Cemetery, Desoto Parish,Lousiana:



BARRON, A. P. -----------1856--1887

BARRON, MARY SUSAN--------1866--1913

BARRON, J. HENRY---------1881--1910

BARRON, PRESTON L. ------1852--1933

BARRON, LUCRETIA DAVIS---1845--1930

BARRON, JOHN PRESTON-----1885--1964



See <http://www.rootsweb.com/~ladesoto/wallace.htm> for full listing.



Patrick

Subj: Barron research

Date: 12/27/98

To: ratdogmama@juno.com



I love that "handle" of yours. I saw your query on the Barron GenForum and wanted to contact you about it. I moderate a group of on-line researchers called the Barron Circle. We store our results on my web page at the following: John Barron's Home Page . Although I know that you cannot access it through juno.com maybe you can go to a library and do so.



There is much mis-information (and indeed nonsense) about the Barron lineage including the Fitzgerald stuff. We have gone over this repeatedly on our debates and there is also much of it on the Barron GenForum. Try to resist passing any more of it around before doing more reading. James and John Wilkins are brothers from Tyler and Longview who are from William's line. Who is the lawyer that you referred to?



To my knowledge your line and the line of "Capt" Wm Barron (Fitzgerald) are not related. William Barron was from Craven Co., NC, not Ireland and yours are from South Carolina. There are perhaps a dozen different lines in the south that are separate and distinct back to the immigrants.



May I add your name to our mailing list. We've not been too active here lately, but I suspect we will now that the holidays are over.



John Barron, Austin, TX

Subj: Samuel Barron and Jain Stone

Date: 12/28/98 11:07:48 AM Central Standard Time

From: ratdogmama@juno.com (JULIA ZEE)

To: JBarron933@aol.com



Thank you for your message. I am fairly new to online genealogy research so I am apt to make some mistakes. Hope I do not offend anyone. I am ratdogmama because my husband says our little chihuahua looks like a rat. She is brown and black and is as spoiled as a dog can get. My husband calls her "Rat Dog" , which she responds to although her real name is "Pee Wee." I got her from the Humane Society when she was about 6 or 7 years old. She had already gotten gray on her muzzle. My husband was a big help in spoiling her. And this is a man who "hates" animals. We also have 2 cats.



Nough about the animals at our house.



The attorney is Kenneth Barron, who got sent to prison for fraud ( I think it was fraud) He doctored some of his elderly clients wills so he would benefit at their deaths. NIce fellow!?! I doubt if he is in any of my family tree, however his antics are about what some of my other relatives may have pulled at one time or another.



I am interested in what ever information you have on the Barron family. Like I said, where did Samuel come from? Who were his parents and where did they come from?



Sorry the story about the FitzGerald stuff wasn't true. I think everyone is in hopes of finding "royalty" in their lineage, instead of cattle rustlers, slave owners, horse theives and other such nefarious individuals. Most people don't remember that "royalty" is oft times worse when it comes to crime ie: beheadings, patricide, matricide, infanticide, theft, war, and all the other evil done in the name of noblesse. Sorry, got off on a tangent there for a minute. By now, I guess you think I'm some kind of a nut. Really I'm not.



I am 52, married to Michael Yeary, for ten years. I have 3 children by a previous marriage and now have a total of 5 grandchildren. My husband has twin daughters, from a previous marriage, who are now 18 and live with us.



I would like to join you an the chat line sometimes. We have america on line, do you think I will still have to go to the library to reach you?



Thank you for writing, glad to hear from you! Julia Yeary

Subj: Re: Barron Digest Mailing List

Date: 12/28/98 11:20:48 PM Central Standard Time

From: Judyfromga@webtv.net (Judy Banks)

To: JBarron933@aol.com



I am so excited!!!!! I clicked on the Barron circle, and in less than 2 minutes, found what I've been looking for many, many years!



According to what I've read in less than five minutes, the Isaac Barron that I am researching is the son of James and Jemimah.



He was born in SC in 1793. He moved his family to Lumpkin Co., Ga. in or around 1850. He married Winia (Winnafur) ? (last name unknown.



The records I have show only one child born to them. Gabriel Barron, born 1820. He married Martha Ann Hyde in Lumpkin Co. on May 6, 1849.



Gabriel and Martha had 4 children: Isaac b. 1851: one report says he went back to SC and there is no info on him However, I found a marriage Isaac Barron to Jane A King in Lumpkin Co. on Aug 13, 1871. I think this is the same Isaac



Hannah E. b. 1854: married H.C. "Doc" Mooney. Their desc. still live in Lumpkin.



Joseph E. b. Aug. 1855: married Laura Fowler, in Lumpkin Co. on Aug. 13, 1891. They had 3 daughters. Emily A., Martha Malinda, and Fannie (my grandmother)



Isaac, Winia, Gabriel, Martha, Joseph and Laura are all buried at Bethel Baptist Church in Dawsonville, Dawson Co., Ga.



Due to a family dispute shortly after 1900, many members of the family changed their name from Barron to Barnes.



All the above is fact, and I have a little more facts. The following is what my grandmother told me, and what I have put together in my own mind from what she has said combined with the facts I've found.



My grandmother often talked about her aunt Arie Parks. I recently found Arie Barnes Parks info in Lumpkin Co. I believe (nothing to back it up yet) that Arie Barnes is a twin to Gabriel Barron. My grandmother told me that twins run in her family. Gabriel and Arie were both born in 1820. Arie was born in Jan., but I have not found a birth month for Gabriel. Arie married Alfred Parks.



Alfred Parks had a brother named Lynchfield. He married Arminda Barnes. I may be wrong, but I believe her to be a sister to Arie and Gabriel. There is also a James Barron m. Bertha buried at Bethel Baptist Church.



Sorry, I jumped ahead of myself. The fourth child of Joseph and Laura is Daniel T. b. 1861 m. Americus ?



To confuse things further, Gabriel's wife, Martha Ann Hyde, had a sister named Malinda "Lindy" Hyde Fowler. Joseph's wife Laura was the daughter of Lindy Hyde Fowler. Joseph and Laura were first cousins.



Now that I have that out of the way, I'll go back to your home page and see what else I can find!

THANK YOU EVER SO MUCH!!!!!!!!!!!!



Judy Banks