JEFFERSON COUNTY, ALABAMA
11-24-1819: Isaac Barton md. Nancy Snow.
Date: Thu, 07 Oct 1999 From: Jerry JBarton851@aol.com
My ancestors Isaac Barton and Nancy Snow were married in then Blount County, now Jefferson County, Alabama in 1819. Years ago I secured a copy of their marriage record from the records in Jefferson County. The parents of Isaac were John and Mary Barton. John died in Alabama about 1820, and Mary died in Yalabusha County, Mississippi after 1850.
2-1820: Viny Barton md. James Sanders
6-1820: Elizabeth Barton md. Joseph Robbins
10-1820: Hiram barton md. Sally Willis
12-1820: Joshua barton md. Elizabeth Bradley
2-14-1822: John Barton 30 15 2W [Tuskaloosa Land Office Register of Receipts, Bk 408, AL Land Purchases] Residents of Jefferson Co.
2-1823: Lydia Barton md. Daniel Nations
8-1823: James Barton md. Nancy Nabors [Francis Drayton Nabers owned a farm upon which Birmingham is now located. One of oldest, most respected families of Jefferson Co. Related to Nancy?]
12-1827: Avery Barton md. Respa Adams [Avery (b. ca 1802) in 1850 Quchita Co., AR and in MS by 1860]
3-1830: Nathaniel Barton md. Massey Rogers
1830 Jefferson Co., Census Index:
Early 1830's: 2 John Bartons, both Rev. soldiers, died in Jefferson Co.
7-1832: Thomas Barton, Jr. md. Elizabeth Ransom, consent of John Barton, Sr.
1-1933: Lucinda Barton md. Thomas Belcher
7-1833: Andrew Barton md. Nancy Ann Ellard
5-1834: Rebecca Barton md. James H. Perry
11-1834: Thomas Barton 27 16 2W [Tuskaloosa Land Office Register of Receipts, Bk 408, AL Land Purchases] Residents of Jefferson Co.
6-1838: Jeptha J. Barton md. Sarah Cozby
3-1839: Eliza Barton md. Michael Rackley
1840 Census Index:
Thomas Barton, Jr.
Thomas Barton, Sr.
Miss Nancy Barton
Husband: Thomas Barton (d. 10/1858; Jefferson Co., AL)
Wife: SUSAN ----
From Debby Black:
Note the 1850 census of Jefferson County, AL:
10-14-1847, Deed Records of Leon County, Vol. A., page 203-204:
Thomas Barton (wife Susanah) of Jefferson Co., Alabama, gave power of attorney to William Childress of Leon Co., to handle the estate of Thomas York.
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Elizabeth was the wife of William Childress. The William Childress family resided in Jefferson Co., AL before 1830. In fact, a William Childress and Emanuel York both purchased land 9-3-1821 (probably in Jefferson Co.) according to the Tuscaloosa land records. They were both listed as residents of Jefferson County at this time. The Childress family moved to Choctaw Co., MS ca 1832 and Leon Co., TX in the fall of 1841.
According to Annals of Northwest Alabama, Vol. I, p. 21, p. 119, Emanuel York and John Barton were the first settlers who "pitched their tents and raised their crops of corn" where Tuscaloosa now stands. Mr. George Powell, a Blount Co. historian, stated that in 1815 several citizens left the Upper Districts of South Carolina and migrated to Tennessee, then early in 1817[?] arrived in Blount Co., AL.
John Barton, a blacksmith, and Emanuel York were the first settlers of Tuscaloosa.
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And from Pioneers of Tuscaloosa Co., Alabama Prior to 1830 Thomas, Emanuel and Johnathan York along with John Barton were listed as charter members of the First Methodist Church which was established in Tuscaloosa in June, 1818.
Whether the Emanuel York is the same one as the one who later resided in Jefferson Co. or not needs to be addressed. This lead might tie John Barton (mentioned above) to Thomas Barton of Jefferson Co.
Benita Pipes on March 20, 1999
Looking for information on parents of Thomas Barton. He died in 1858 in Jefferson County, ALabama. He was married to Susan Bates, daughter of George Bates.
Thomas Barton (b 1797 in SC) moved to Jefferson Co, AL circa 1830, md.
Children b in AL:
From BQ Guest Book:
Elizabeth - 04/06/00
The name of your first known ancestor: Thomas Barton
Where was your ancestor born?: SC
I've recently broken through a great brick wall and determined that Thomas Barton and wife Elizabeth of Jefferson Co AL and Noxubee Co MS are my g-g-grandparents. Thomas was born abt. 1797 in SC. He had sons named Benjamin, William, and Bailey. Based on these names and dates, I think he may be the Thomas Barton who was a son of Benjamin Barton and Dorcas Anderson. Thomas married Elizabeth Ransom in AL in 1832. His first wife may have been Sally Boyd (WFT V.13,#168). I'd love to hear from anyone who knows this family and can comment on (or maybe even verify!) my conclusions. Thanks, Elizabeth
In an email, Elizabeth also mentioned Thomas Barton and wife Elizabeth moved to Noxubee Co. MS.
I am searching for the father of Maryan Catherine Barton. Maryan was from the Irondale Al area. She was married to John Calvin Bearden on 6/25/1865 in Jefferson Co. John was Catherine's second husband. Family journals state that John Bearden refered to Maryan as 'Cathy'. Her first husband was John Vincent Wilkey b 1842. John Wilkey was killed in the civil war. Md. (3) to Mr. Haskins? Children of John and Maryan Bearden:
Their Family Bible lists Mamie M. b 9-4-1902 d 9-18-1903. Maryan Haskins was from the Irondale area. According to my records, Maryan and her first husband had twin daughters that died. I do not know their names.
Mary Catherine BARTON married first John Vincent WILKEY in Jefferson Co., AL., son of Samuel WILKEY and Sara FRANKLIN. Child of Mary BARTON and John WILKEY, Isham Garrett WILKEY, b. 1861, d. 1928. John died during the Civil War and Mary remarried.
Second marriage was on June 25, 1865 in Jefferson Co., AL, to John Calvin BEARDEN son of James BEARDEN and Lutricia O'BARR. John referred to Mary as 'Cathy'. Children of Mary BARTON and John BEARDEN:
William L. Barton (Born: 10 Jul 1835 at: Jefferson Co., AL/Died: 18 Jul 1889
at: Tupelo, MS)
Married: 11 Nov 1868 at: Tupelo, MS to Margaret J. B. Creilly (Born: 16 Mar 1845 at: Tupelo, MS/Died: 15 Feb 1905 at: Calera, OK), dau. of Robert H. Creilly & Mildred Ann Dandridge
1. James Robert Barton (Born: 9 Feb 1871 at: Tupelo, MS) Married: 10 Mar
1899 at: Bonham, TX to Elizabeth Milner
2. Hance H. Barton (Born: 23 Sep 1873 at: Tupelo, MS)
3. Andrew Jackson Barton (Born: 24 Sep 1875 at: Tupelo, MS)
4. Mary N. Barton (Born: 31 Jan 1877 at: Tupelo, MS)
5. Sarah A. Barton (Born: 28 Jan 1879 at: Tupelo, MS)
6. John Dandridge Barton (Born: 2 Jul 1880 at: Creilly Plantation, Tupelo, MS/Died: 31 May 1967 at: Durant, OK) Married: 14 Jan 1913 at: Durant, OK to Inez Hightower
7. Troy Barton (Born: 7 Jan 1884 at: Tupelo, MS)
8. Lelia Barton (Born: 14 Jan 1887 at: Tupelo, MS)
G-g-granddaughter of Isaac and Nancy (Snow) Barton through James Isom Barton of East TX.
Date: Mon, 20 Jul 1998
From: MOLLY firstname.lastname@example.org
My Bartons begin with Samuel Garrett Barton of Jefferson Co., AL, who moved to Trinity Co., Tx. It's a pretty short line. He was born in 1830, and married Katherine (Kate) Jones.
Marshel email@example.com 1998
Phoebe Barton was wife of Joseph Nations Jr. ..A Last Will and estate for a Joseph Barton is in Pendleton Dist proven 18 April 1817 , names a daughter Phoeby..but no proof that this is MY Phoebe..Joseph Nations and Phoebe Barton Nations came to Jefferson County Alabama before 1820... Some Barton men on the Pendleton Dist SC 1800 census are: John, Moses, James, David, Presley, Joshua, Stephen, and Joseph... Some of the Bartons also ended up in early 1800s in Walker County Alabama...
Date: Sun, 17 May 1998 22:11:49 -0500
From: Stan firstname.lastname@example.org
You mentioned that you keep track of the Nations because they appear wherever the Bartons appear. Another Reid researcher sent me this:
22 June, 1833, Jefferson County, AL; Isaac Barton and wife Nancy sell to William Reid, 80 acres.... Witnessed by Jonathan Liverman and Isaac Nations.
Do you have anything on these Isaacs?
The 1830 Alabama census for Jefferson County, AL, shows:
Ashcroft Barton p. 183
Avry Barton p. 183
Benjamin Barton p. 183
John Barton p. 183
Isaac Barton p. 183
Thomas Barton p. 184
My William Reid is also on p. 183 as is James Reid.
Any idea who these Bartons are? In 1840 only James, John, Thomas, Thomas, Jr., and Thomas, Sr., remain. Any idea where they went?
is a descendant of Thomas and Susan. He
has a lot of information on his line of descent. Visit his Barton page at:
Visit his home page at: http://www.geocities.com/BourbonStreet/Delta/1976/
Langston Genealogy http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=lynda1&id=I13250
John Barton (d. ca 1832; Jefferson Co., AL) Rev War Veteran md. Patty Harden in Jackson Co., GA.; 1805 Jackson Co., GA Land Lottery; Resided 1813 Jefferson Co., AL from Georgia
Had six or more children according to 1830 Jefferson Co. AL census
1. Avery Barton
2. Ashcroft Barton
3. Thomas Barton
4. Benjamin Barton
5. Isaac Barton
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