George Washington Wallace

M, #276, b. about 1813, d. 26 September 1879
Last Edited=22 July 2012
     George Washington Wallace was born a 1813.1 He was the son of Charles Wallace and Abigail Hallowell. George Washington Wallace married Dorothea Steacy.2 George Washington Wallace died on 26 Sep 1879.2,1 He was buried at Georgetown Methodist Cemetery, Georgetown, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.2,1
     In Jane Wallace's will on 7 Sep 1818 at West Fallowfield, Chester County, Pennsylvania, George was named as an heir.3

Children of George Washington Wallace and Dorothea Steacy

Citations

  1. [S683] Find-A-Grave web site, George W Wallace; Cemetery Records of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. aged 66y.
  2. [S1550] Alice Beard, "Wallace Email," e-mail to Mark Waldron, Received 29 July 2010.
  3. [S428] Jacob Martin and Gilbert Cope, , 324.

Mary Wallace1

F, #277, b. after 1769
Last Edited=12 December 2009
     Mary Wallace was born a 1769. She was the daughter of Thomas Wallace and Jane Bell.2 Mary Wallace married John Greer.3
     In Jane Wallace's will on 7 Sep 1818 at West Fallowfield, Chester County, Pennsylvania, Mary was named as an heir.3 She lived in West Nantmeal Township, Chester County, PA. They had three children; James, John & Charles.2 Her married name was Greer.

Citations

  1. [S26] John P. Wallace, Parke Family Genealogy, pg. 25.
  2. [S26] John P. Wallace, Parke Family Genealogy, 25.
  3. [S428] Jacob Martin and Gilbert Cope, , 324.

Sarah Wallace

F, #278, b. 27 June 1771
Last Edited=14 December 2016
     Sarah Wallace was born on 27 Jun 1771 at Pennsylvania.1,2 She was the daughter of Thomas Wallace and Jane Bell. Sarah Wallace married Dr. Joseph Walton.3,4,5
     In Jane Wallace's will on 7 Sep 1818 at West Fallowfield, Chester County, Pennsylvania, Sarah was named as an heir.6 She lived at Bedford, Cuyahoga County, Ohio, in 1850.7 She was living in 1870 at Bedford, Cuyahoga County, Ohio.3,4 Her married name was Mrs. Walton.

Citations

  1. [S26] John P. Wallace, Parke Family Genealogy, pg. 25.
  2. [S111] 1850 U.S. Federal Census, Bedford, Cuyahoga, Ohio, Roll M432-673, Page 82A. Age 78 [b. c. 1772] PA; name: Sarah Walton.
  3. [S115] 1870 U.S. Federal Census, Bedford, Cuyahoga, Ohio; M593-1187; Page: 9. Lists Sarah Waldron (age 99), William (a. 36) & Mary (a. 22) Walton, with children George & Sarah.
  4. [S26] John P. Wallace, Parke Family Genealogy, 25.
  5. [S428] Jacob Martin and Gilbert Cope, , 24.
  6. [S428] Jacob Martin and Gilbert Cope, , 324.
  7. [S111] 1850 U.S. Federal Census, Bedford, Cuyahoga, Ohio, Roll M432-673, Page 82A.

Thomas Wallace

M, #279, b. 26 April 1777, d. 26 October 1806
Last Edited=29 January 2007
     Thomas Wallace was born on 26 Apr 1777.1 He was the son of Thomas Wallace and Jane Bell. Thomas Wallace died on 26 Oct 1806 at age 29. In an accident.2

Citations

  1. [S26] John P. Wallace, Parke Family Genealogy, pg. 26.
  2. [S26] John P. Wallace, Parke Family Genealogy, 26.

Arthur Parke

M, #280, b. 1678, d. January 1739/40
Last Edited=2 January 2017
     Arthur Parke was born in 1678 in Ballybegley, County Donegal, Ireland.1,2 He married Mary (?). Arthur Parke died in Jan 1739/40 in Fallowfield Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania.3 He was interred at Upper Octorara Cemetery, Parkesburg, Chester County, Pennsylvania.4,3
     Brothers William, Samuel & David remained in Ireland. Sister Jane lived with Arthur. The following is quoted from Genealogy of the Parke Family, compiled by John P. Wallace, 1920. "The descendants of Arthur and Mary Parke are of Saxon- Scotch origin whose ancestors immigrated into Ballybegley, County Donegal, Ireland, after 1610. Their name was originally written Park but some one during the early lifetime of Joseph Parke, Esq., the second son of John (1), introduced the present method of writing the name. 'Squire Parke had eleven children who all used this method, which, of course, helped to introduce it. The two brothers of Joseph Park, Esq., Arthur 2d and John 2d, never changed the spelling of their names and those who removed west still adhere to the old Park. However, the many descendants in Chester County of John 2d and Arthur 2d, have for years surrendered to the wheels of progress. In 1720 our branch of the Parke family consisted of William, Arthur, Samuel, David and Jane Parke. All, perhaps, were married, with families, except Jane, who always lived with her brother, Arthur Parke. William Parke married Jane Hood, daughter of John Hood, the mathematician They had eight children and always resided in Ireland." "The Parke family are not Irish but of Saxon-Scotch origin. In 1611, James I began the experiment of sending from Scotland a Presbyterian company of picked men and women of the best sort, of a far higher level of intelligence and training than the native peasantry of Ireland, in order that they might outnumber and control the Catholics. At the beginning of the eighteenth century the percentage of illiteracy in Ulster Province, North Ireland, was probably smaller than anywhere else in the world. There were then more than a million of these Presbyterians in Ulster. About 1720, they began coming in great numbers to America, being dissatisfied with their Irish home on account of excessive taxes and rents. The families that had been longest in Ireland had dwelt there then but three generations, so that they were called Scotch-Irish by us from the mere fact of their having this transient residence there and have always been called Scotch by all the people of Ireland, both Catholics and Protestants. Between 1720 and 1770 more than half of the Presbyterian population of Ulster came to America and formed more than one- sixth of the entire population at the time of the Declaration if Independence. The ethnic origin of the Saxon-Scotch people is very different from the Celtic origin of the Irish race. The Scotch were principally Saxon in blood and Presbyterian in religion; the native Irish Celtic in blood and Roman Catholic in religion. The friction and antagonism of the Scot and Celt in the early days was not so much a religious as a racial inheritance. No nobler race of men have ever lived than the Presbyterian Scot descended from the Anglo-Saxon immigration of about A.D. 500 to 800. The Scotch, "in energy, enterprise, intelligence, education, patriotism, religion and moral character, the maintenance of civil and religious liberty, and inflexible resistance to all usurpation in church and state were not surpassed by any class that settled in the American Colonies." George Washington, in the midnight hour of the revolution, expressed his determination, if all other sources failed, to make his last stand among the Scotch and the Scotch-Irish on the frontiers." He made a will on 5 Jan 1739/40 at Fallowfield Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania.5

Children of Arthur Parke and Mary (?)

Citations

  1. [S26] John P. Wallace, Parke Family Genealogy, pg. 7.
  2. [S405] Emalu Hart, "Emalu Hart Email," e-mail to Mark Waldron, Email dated 22 Mar 1999.
  3. [S26] John P. Wallace, Parke Family Genealogy, 8.
  4. [S26] John P. Wallace, Parke Family Genealogy, pg. 8.
  5. [S297] Jacob Martin, Chester County Wills, 1713-1748, 92.

Mary (?)

F, #281, d. about 1760
Last Edited=27 June 2006
     She married Arthur Parke. Mary (?) died a 1760 at Fallowfield Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania.1
     Her married name was Parke.

Children of Mary (?) and Arthur Parke

Citations

  1. [S26] John P. Wallace, Parke Family Genealogy, 8.

Joseph Parke

M, #282, b. 1700
Last Edited=21 January 2007
     Joseph Parke was born in 1700.1 He was the son of Arthur Parke and Mary (?)
     He married Alice Culbertson, and had at least four children.2

Citations

  1. [S405] Emalu Hart, "Emalu Hart Email," e-mail to Mark Waldron, Email dated 22 Mar 1999.
  2. [S26] John P. Wallace, Parke Family Genealogy, 11.

Joseph Parke Esq.

M, #283, b. 21 December 1737, d. 2 July 1823
Last Edited=19 November 2007
     Joseph Parke Esq. was born on 21 Dec 1737.1,2 He was the son of John Parke and Elizabeth McKnight.3 Joseph Parke Esq. died on 2 Jul 1823 at age 85.2,4,1 He was interred at Upper Octorara Cemetery, Parkesburg, Chester County, Pennsylvania.2
     He married 1st Ann Grubb Sinclair, d. 3 Oct 1821 at age 67.2 In John Parke's will on 4 Jan 1787 at West Fallowfield, Chester County, Pennsylvania, Joseph was named as an heir.3

Citations

  1. [S26] John P. Wallace, Parke Family Genealogy, 53.
  2. [S269] By Mr. & Mrs. Guy H. McKeown and Marion H. Park, "Parke Tombstone Inscriptions From Upper Octorara Cemetery, Near Parkesburg, PA."
  3. [S428] Jacob Martin and Gilbert Cope, , Chester County Wills, 1704-1814, on Ancestry.com CD "Pennsylvania Wills: Selected Counties & Years": Parke, John, Sr. W. Fallowfield. Jan. 4, 1787.
  4. [S292] George E. Reed, Early Burials in the Cemetery of the Upper Octorara Presbyterian Church, , pg. 11-12. Copy provided by Sam Cairns, Octrorara Church, 14 Mar 1997.

John Parke Jr.

M, #284, b. about 1740, d. 15 November 1823
Last Edited=19 November 2007
     John Parke Jr. was born a 1740.1,2 He was the son of John Parke and Elizabeth McKnight.3 John Parke Jr. died on 15 Nov 1823.1,2 He was interred at Upper Octorara Cemetery, Parkesburg, Chester County, Pennsylvania.2
     In John Parke's will on 4 Jan 1787 at West Fallowfield, Chester County, Pennsylvania, John was named as an heir.3

Citations

  1. [S26] John P. Wallace, Parke Family Genealogy, pg. 91.
  2. [S269] By Mr. & Mrs. Guy H. McKeown and Marion H. Park, "Parke Tombstone Inscriptions From Upper Octorara Cemetery, Near Parkesburg, PA."
  3. [S428] Jacob Martin and Gilbert Cope, , Chester County Wills, 1704-1814, on Ancestry.com CD "Pennsylvania Wills: Selected Counties & Years": Parke, John, Sr. W. Fallowfield. Jan. 4, 1787.

William Parke

M, #285, b. 17 May 1742
Last Edited=19 November 2007
     William Parke was born on 17 May 1742.1,2 He was the son of John Parke and Elizabeth McKnight.3
     William married Frances Boyd. They moved to York Co., PA., and had three children: Joseph, Elihu and Agnes Parke.4,5 In John Parke's will on 4 Jan 1787 at West Fallowfield, Chester County, Pennsylvania, William was named as an heir.3

Citations

  1. [S26] John P. Wallace, Parke Family Genealogy.
  2. [S26] John P. Wallace, Parke Family Genealogy, pg. 115.
  3. [S428] Jacob Martin and Gilbert Cope, , Chester County Wills, 1704-1814, on Ancestry.com CD "Pennsylvania Wills: Selected Counties & Years": Parke, John, Sr. W. Fallowfield. Jan. 4, 1787.
  4. [S26] John P. Wallace, Parke Family Genealogy, 115.
  5. [S405] Emalu Hart, "Emalu Hart Email," e-mail to Mark Waldron, Email dated 22 Mar 1999.

Mary Parke

F, #286, b. 24 February 1744
Last Edited=19 November 2007
     Mary Parke was born on 24 Feb 1744.1 She was the daughter of John Parke and Elizabeth McKnight.2
     She lived in Mifflin County, PA.1 In John Parke's will on 4 Jan 1787 at West Fallowfield, Chester County, Pennsylvania, Mary was named as an heir.2

Citations

  1. [S26] John P. Wallace, Parke Family Genealogy, 115.
  2. [S428] Jacob Martin and Gilbert Cope, , Chester County Wills, 1704-1814, on Ancestry.com CD "Pennsylvania Wills: Selected Counties & Years": Parke, John, Sr. W. Fallowfield. Jan. 4, 1787.

Elizabeth Parke

F, #287, b. 26 February 1748, d. before 27 July 1787
Last Edited=3 August 2010
     Elizabeth Parke was born on 26 Feb 1748.1 She was the daughter of John Parke and Elizabeth McKnight.2 She married David Cowan.3 Elizabeth Parke died b 27 Jul 1787.1
     Her married name was Cowan. She lived near Sadsburyville, Chester County, PA.

Child of Elizabeth Parke and David Cowan

Citations

  1. [S26] John P. Wallace, Parke Family Genealogy, 115.
  2. [S428] Jacob Martin and Gilbert Cope, , Chester County Wills, 1704-1814, on Ancestry.com CD "Pennsylvania Wills: Selected Counties & Years": Parke, John, Sr. W. Fallowfield. Jan. 4, 1787.
  3. [S26] John P. Wallace, Parke Family Genealogy, pg. 12, 115.

Jane Parke

F, #288, b. 8 August 1749
Last Edited=19 November 2007
     Jane Parke was born on 8 Aug 1749.1 She was the daughter of John Parke and Elizabeth McKnight.2
     She lived in Cincinnati, OH.1 In John Parke's will on 4 Jan 1787 at West Fallowfield, Chester County, Pennsylvania, Jane was named as an heir.2

Citations

  1. [S26] John P. Wallace, Parke Family Genealogy, 116.
  2. [S428] Jacob Martin and Gilbert Cope, , Chester County Wills, 1704-1814, on Ancestry.com CD "Pennsylvania Wills: Selected Counties & Years": Parke, John, Sr. W. Fallowfield. Jan. 4, 1787.

David Parke

M, #289, b. 22 January 1751, d. August 1798
Last Edited=19 November 2007
     David Parke was born on 22 Jan 1751.1 He was the son of John Parke and Elizabeth McKnight.2 He married Elizabeth Cowan, daughter of Hugh Cowan and Mary Scott.3 David Parke died in Aug 1798 at Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, at age 47.1
     In Hugh Cowan's will, David was named by Hugh to handle his estate on 20 Jul 1776 at Sadsbury Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania.4,5 In John Parke's will on 4 Jan 1787 at West Fallowfield, Chester County, Pennsylvania, David was named as an heir.2 He lived in Philadelphia, PA. He and Elizabeth Cowan had at least two children: John Parke and and Matthew Parke.1 David was employed as a trader.6

Citations

  1. [S26] John P. Wallace, Parke Family Genealogy, 116.
  2. [S428] Jacob Martin and Gilbert Cope, , Chester County Wills, 1704-1814, on Ancestry.com CD "Pennsylvania Wills: Selected Counties & Years": Parke, John, Sr. W. Fallowfield. Jan. 4, 1787.
  3. [S26] John P. Wallace, Parke Family Genealogy, pg. 12.
  4. [S428] Jacob Martin and Gilbert Cope, , Chester County Wills, 1704-1814, on Ancestry.com CD "Pennsylvania Wills: Selected Counties & Years".
  5. [S262] John K. Fleming, Cowans From County Down, 31.
  6. [S26] John P. Wallace, Parke Family Genealogy.

Samuel Parke

M, #290, b. 15 September 1756, d. in infancy
Last Edited=21 January 2007
     Samuel Parke was born on 15 Sep 1756.1 He was the son of John Parke and Elizabeth McKnight. Samuel Parke died in infancy.1

Citations

  1. [S26] John P. Wallace, Parke Family Genealogy, 116.

Samuel Parke

M, #291, d. before 1740
Last Edited=28 November 2003
     Samuel Parke was the son of Arthur Parke and Mary (?) Samuel Parke died b 1740.

Margaret Parke

F, #292
Last Edited=21 January 2007
     Margaret Parke was the daughter of Arthur Parke and Mary (?)
     She married William Noblitt and had three children.1

Citations

  1. [S26] John P. Wallace, Parke Family Genealogy, 11.

Joshua Barton1

M, #293, b. 1780, d. 26 February 1833
Last Edited=31 January 2010
     Joshua Barton was born in 1780 at Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England.2,1 He married Lady Mary Bringhurst. Joshua Barton died on 26 Feb 1833 at England.2,1
     
The Barton Family History


Introduction



The information in this genealogy has been collected from a large variety of sources. The Endnotes section of this report provides detailed citations for every source that was consulted.

This genealogy report uses a family numbering system similar to that used by the New England Historic Genealogical Society Register. It is organized like a descendant chart, such that each generation is presented before the next generation is shown.

Each person has a narrative that provides a history of his/her life. If the person had children, the name is preceded by an Arabic number, starting with 1 for the oldest ancestor. A superscript number following the first name indicates his/her generation number. Superscript numbers at the end of sentences refer to the citations shown in the Endnotes section.

The children in a family are then listed with small Roman numerals, followed by their birth, marriage and death information (if known). An Arabic number preceding the Roman numeral indicates that person had children that are listed in a more detailed discussion that can be found in a narrative labeled with that Arabic number. (see Joshua in the example below). For example, Joshua Barton, below, has number 3. Thus more discussion of Joshua Barton can be found elsewhere in the report at the number 3. Harriet has no Arabic number, indicating that there is not a more detailed discussion of her later on.


     2. JAMES2 BARTON (Joshua1) was born on 15 Dec 1812 in England.4,5,6,1,2 He married Caroline Hutton, daughter of Lewis Hutton and Margaret Hammer. He died on 1 Mar 1901 in Pennsylvania at age 88.1,7
      James was the only son of Joshua and Lady Mary Barton. He came to America after his father died in 1833.
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      Children of James2 Barton and Caroline Hutton were as follows:
          3.     i.     JOSHUA3 was born on 24 Jul 1842 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania. He married Mary Carr, daughter of Sarah (--?--), circa 1875. He died on 19 Apr 1913 at age 70. His estate was probated in 1914 in Coatesville, Chester County, Pennsylvania.
               ii.     HARRIET was born on 14 Nov 1844 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.14,15,1,7 She died circa 1900.7



The superscript italic number immediately following a person's given name (e.g., JAMES2 ) indicates his/her generation from person number 1, Joshua Barton1. Following the person's name is his or her father's first name and his generation number, enclosed in parentheses. (James' father is Joshua Barton.) Superscripts following other information are references to the footnotes at the end of the report that provide citations to the sources of the information.

This volume, of necessity, must be considered a work in progress, as not all of the information contained herein has been fully researched. If the reader would like to offer corrections or additions to any of the information, the complier would be pleased to receive them.

Joshua Barton, of Sheffield England, married Lady Mary Bringhurst who married beneath her station, and as a result, was disowned by her family. The Barton's owned and operated cotton mills in England. Their only son James immigrated to America after his father died in 1833, when he was 21 years old. He graduated from Oxford University. Joshua was born and died in England, and never came to this country.3

Child of Joshua Barton and Lady Mary Bringhurst

Citations

  1. [S43] William Hagerman, Barton Genealogy.
  2. [S28] Caroline Hutton Barton Family Bible Records.
  3. [S43] William Hagerman, Barton Genealogy, 1.

Lady Mary Bringhurst1

F, #294, b. 1781, d. 26 April 1852
Last Edited=25 June 2015
     Lady Mary Bringhurst was born in 1781 in England.2,3,1 She married Joshua Barton. Lady Mary Bringhurst died on 26 Apr 1852 at Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.4,3,1 She was buried at Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.1,5 She was buried at Kensington Union Cemetery, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.4
     Her married name was Barton. Lady Mary lived in Philadelphia until her death in 1852.1 She lived with James Barton and Caroline Hutton in 1850 at Kensington Ward 3, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.6

Child of Lady Mary Bringhurst and Joshua Barton

Citations

  1. [S43] William Hagerman, Barton Genealogy.
  2. [S630] James Barton entry, 1850 U.S. Census, Age 70 [b. ca. 1780] England.
  3. [S28] Caroline Hutton Barton Family Bible Records.
  4. [S1949] Mary Barton, Death Certificate, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Death Certificates Index, 1803-1915; Mary Barton; Age 73, b. abt 1779, England; d. 26 Apr 1852, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; bur. Kensington Union Cem., Philadelphia, Penn; Married; FHL Film 1940065.
  5. [S160] Philadelphia Christ Church, to Elizabeth Waldron, The letter indicates that she is NOT buried in this cemetery.
  6. [S630] James Barton entry, 1850 U.S. Census.

James Barton1

M, #295, b. 15 December 1812, d. 1 March 1901
Last Edited=25 June 2015
     James Barton was born on 15 Dec 1812 at England.2,3,4,1,5 He was the son of Joshua Barton and Lady Mary Bringhurst. James Barton has also been reported to have been born on 25 Dec 1812 at Stockport, Cheshire, England.6 He married Caroline Hutton, daughter of Lewis Hutton and Margaret Hammer. James Barton died on 1 Mar 1901 at Pennsylvania at age 88.1,6
     James was the only son of Joshua and Lady Mary Barton. He came to America after his father died in 1833.

      On coming to America, James settled in Doe Run, Chester County, Pennsylvania, and set up several cotton mills which he operated. He also bought several houses in "Daniel Lamas Paradice". The creek overflowed in a bad storm and he was washed out in the flood. He later had mills in Conshohocken, Darby, Landenburg and Doe Run. One of his mills, in Conshohocken, outside of Philadelphia, made blankets for the blue coats in the Civil War of 1861. After James set up business and became established, he brought his mother over to this country where she lived until her death in 1852. He and his wife, Carolyn Hutton, had three sons and six daughters; one girl and one boy died as infants.

      His son George married Irene Sylvester and it is from this union that our side of the Barton family comes from.
(W. Hagerman 1995.)5 James immigrated to Pennsylvania a 1836.7,8 James was a "Lute" manufacturer in 1850 at Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.9 He and Caroline Hutton lived at Kensington Ward 3, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, in 1850. Note that Ida is listed with the name Mary (age 2 months) on this census schedule (sister Mary was born two years later in 1852).9 His occupation is listed as manufacturer on daughter Mary's 1852 birth record.10 James Barton and Caroline Hutton lived at Also living with them were John Hamers, age 22, wool spinner and Sarah Hamers, age 60. James was a cotton spinner in 1860, at New Garden, Chester County, Pennsylvania, in 1860.11 James Barton was a carpet manufacturer in 1870 at Chester County, Pennsylvania.12 He and Caroline Hutton lived in West Marlborough, Chester County, Pennsylvania, in 1870.12 James was a member of the Doe Run Church at Doe Run, Chester County, Pennsylvania, in 1873.13 In 1877, James and Caroline's cotton mill in West Marlborough was put up for sale by the owners acting through an assignee in order to raise money for the payment of creditors.14 He and Caroline Hutton lived at West Marlborough, Chester County, Pennsylvania, in 1880. He was a manufacturer of yarn. Son George and daughter Mary worked in a cotton mill.15 James Barton resided with Joshua Barton and Mary E. Carr at South First Avenue, Coatesville, Chester County, Pennsylvania, in 1900.16

Children of James Barton and Caroline Hutton

Citations

  1. [S28] Caroline Hutton Barton Family Bible Records.
  2. [S630] James Barton entry, 1850 U.S. Census, Age 40 [b. c. 1810], Engl.
  3. [S714] James Barton entry, 1860 U.S. Census, Age 49 [b. c. 1811], Engl.
  4. [S1308] James Barton entry, 1900 U.S. Census, Age 87, b. Dec. 1812, England, widowed.
  5. [S43] William Hagerman, Barton Genealogy.
  6. [S620] George F. Moyer, Genealogy of George F. Moyer, Jr.
  7. [S1308] James Barton entry, 1900 U.S. Census, Immigrated 1836.
  8. [S43] William Hagerman, Barton Genealogy, (c. 1833).
  9. [S630] James Barton entry, 1850 U.S. Census.
  10. [S296] Mary Barton, Birth Record.
  11. [S714] James Barton entry, 1860 U.S. Census.
  12. [S631] James Barton entry, 1870 U.S. Census.
  13. [S421] Records of Doe Run Church,.
  14. [S883] Chester County Archives Web Page, Chester County Assigned Estates: Barton, James and Caroline; West Marlborough; 1877; mill, cotton; File No. 1054.
  15. [S670] James Barton entry, 1880 U.S. Census.
  16. [S1308] James Barton entry, 1900 U.S. Census.
  17. [S1946] George Edwin Barton, Death Certificate Pennsylvania Certificate No. 89394,.

Caroline Hutton1

F, #296, b. February 1820, d. 17 July 1894
Last Edited=25 June 2015
     Caroline Hutton was born in Feb 1820 at Delaware.2,3,4,5 She was the daughter of Lewis Hutton and Margaret Hammer. She married James Barton. Caroline Hutton died on 17 Jul 1894 at age 74.1 Her funeral was held at the home of her son-in-law, John H. Webb, in Springdell, on 19 July 1894.. Caroline Hutton was buried on 19 Jul 1894 at Fairview Cemetery, Coatesville, Chester County, Pennsylvania.6 Her estate was probated in 1895 at West Marlborough, Chester County, Pennsylvania.7
     Her married name was Barton. She and James Barton lived at Kensington Ward 3, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, in 1850. Note that Ida is listed with the name Mary (age 2 months) on this census schedule (sister Mary was born two years later in 1852).8 Caroline Hutton and James Barton lived at Also living with them were John Hamers, age 22, wool spinner and Sarah Hamers, age 60. James was a cotton spinner in 1860, at New Garden, Chester County, Pennsylvania, in 1860.9 Caroline Hutton and James Barton lived in West Marlborough, Chester County, Pennsylvania, in 1870.10 In 1877, James and Caroline's cotton mill in West Marlborough was put up for sale by the owners acting through an assignee in order to raise money for the payment of creditors.11 Caroline Hutton and James Barton lived at West Marlborough, Chester County, Pennsylvania, in 1880. He was a manufacturer of yarn. Son George and daughter Mary worked in a cotton mill.12

Children of Caroline Hutton and James Barton

Citations

  1. [S28] Caroline Hutton Barton Family Bible Records.
  2. [S630] James Barton entry, 1850 U.S. Census, Age 26 [b. c. 1824], Del.
  3. [S714] James Barton entry, 1860 U.S. Census, Age 37 [b. c. 1823], Del.
  4. [S670] James Barton entry, 1880 U.S. Census.
  5. [S28] Caroline Hutton Barton Family Bible Records, Feb 1820.
  6. [S583] Caroline Barton funeral card, 19 July 1894.
  7. [S883] Chester County Archives Web Page, Orphans' Court Estate Files, Minors, Decedents & Trusts: 1882-1923, 1895, File No. 437, Barton, Caroline, West Marlborough, Minor: No.
  8. [S630] James Barton entry, 1850 U.S. Census.
  9. [S714] James Barton entry, 1860 U.S. Census.
  10. [S631] James Barton entry, 1870 U.S. Census.
  11. [S883] Chester County Archives Web Page, Chester County Assigned Estates: Barton, James and Caroline; West Marlborough; 1877; mill, cotton; File No. 1054.
  12. [S670] James Barton entry, 1880 U.S. Census.
  13. [S1946] George Edwin Barton, Death Certificate Pennsylvania Certificate No. 89394,.

Margaret Hammer1

F, #297
Last Edited=23 August 2006
     Margaret Hammer married Lewis Hutton.
     After Levi Hutton died, Margaret married Josh Pugh (probably a member of the Pugh family from Chester, PA).2 Her married name was Hutton.

Child of Margaret Hammer and Lewis Hutton

Citations

  1. [S43] William Hagerman, Barton Genealogy.
  2. [S730] William Hagerman, Hagerman Family Group Sheets.

Lewis Hutton

M, #298
Last Edited=11 September 2008
     Lewis Hutton married Margaret Hammer.
     Lewis Hutton was also known as Levi Hutton.

Child of Lewis Hutton and Margaret Hammer

Joshua Barton1

M, #299, b. 24 July 1842, d. 19 April 1913
Last Edited=7 August 2010
     Joshua Barton was born on 24 Jul 1842 at Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.2,3,1,4 He was the son of James Barton and Caroline Hutton. Joshua Barton married Mary E. Carr, daughter of Sarah (?), a 1875.5 Joshua Barton died on 19 Apr 1913 at age 70.1 His estate was probated in 1914 at Coatesville, Chester County, Pennsylvania.6
     He lived with James Barton and Caroline Hutton in 1850 at Kensington Ward 3, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.7 Joshua Barton lived with James Barton and Caroline Hutton in 1860 at New Garden, Chester County, Pennsylvania.8 Joshua Barton resided with James Barton and Caroline Hutton in West Marlborough, Chester County, Pennsylvania, in 1870.9 Joshua Barton and Mary E. Carr lived in West Marlborough, Chester County, Pennsylvania, in 1880.10 Joshua Barton and Mary E. Carr lived at South First Avenue, Coatesville, Chester County, Pennsylvania, in 1900.11

Child of Joshua Barton and Mary E. Carr

Citations

  1. [S28] Caroline Hutton Barton Family Bible Records.
  2. [S630] James Barton entry, 1850 U.S. Census, Age 8 [b. c. 1842], Penn.
  3. [S714] James Barton entry, 1860 U.S. Census, Age 19 [b. c. 1841], Penn.
  4. [S620] George F. Moyer, Genealogy of George F. Moyer, Jr.
  5. [S1308] James Barton entry, 1900 U.S. Census, m. 25 y. [c. 1875]
  6. [S883] Chester County Archives Web Page, Orphans' Court Estate Files, Minors, Decedents & Trusts: 1882-1923, 1914, File No. 11381, Barton, Joshua, Coatesville, Minor: No.
  7. [S630] James Barton entry, 1850 U.S. Census.
  8. [S714] James Barton entry, 1860 U.S. Census.
  9. [S631] James Barton entry, 1870 U.S. Census.
  10. [S1559] Joshua Barton, 1880 U.S. Federal Census.
  11. [S1308] James Barton entry, 1900 U.S. Census.

Harriet Barton1

F, #300, b. 14 November 1844, d. about 1900
Last Edited=13 April 2009
     Harriet Barton was born on 14 Nov 1844 at Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.2,3,1,4 She was the daughter of James Barton and Caroline Hutton. Harriet Barton died a 1900.4
     She lived with James Barton and Caroline Hutton in 1850 at Kensington Ward 3, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.5 Harriet Barton lived with James Barton and Caroline Hutton in 1860 at New Garden, Chester County, Pennsylvania.6 Harriet Barton resided with James Barton and Caroline Hutton in West Marlborough, Chester County, Pennsylvania, in 1870.7

Citations

  1. [S28] Caroline Hutton Barton Family Bible Records.
  2. [S630] James Barton entry, 1850 U.S. Census, Age 6 [b. c. 1844], Penn.
  3. [S714] James Barton entry, 1860 U.S. Census, Age 16 [b. c. 1844], Penn.
  4. [S620] George F. Moyer, Genealogy of George F. Moyer, Jr.
  5. [S630] James Barton entry, 1850 U.S. Census.
  6. [S714] James Barton entry, 1860 U.S. Census.
  7. [S631] James Barton entry, 1870 U.S. Census.