HALL COUNTY, GEORGIA
1796: Wm. Barton HA/sa 011 [Tax Digest, 1789-1799, p. 5, forwarded by Judy Barton, descendant of William S. Barton of Hall Co., GA--[I'm not sure who this is. William S. wasn't born at this time. Could this HA have stood for a different GA county?]
#1 Maybe a John Barton
A Thomas Putnam was enumerated in this census.
Mary Barton of SC (dau. of Bavester
Barton who migrated to Warren Co., KY) md. a Thomas Putnam and moved
from KY to Hall Co., GA.
1827: John Barton of Hall Co., Ga sold 202 & 1/2 acres in Troupe Co. to John Wagnor of Hall Co. S. B. Hardin was one of the witnesses. [Deed Bk B, p. 291]
1829: James Barton md. Delila Boyde
1830 Census Index
#96 Willis Barton #89 Joseph Barton #95 Rebeca Barton
#100 John Barten, Sr.
#114 Henry Barton
#114 Thomas [& Mary Barton?] Putnam [desc. of Bavester Barton of Warren Co., KY, Pendleton Dist., SC & Laurens Co., SC?]
#117 John Barton
#123 David Barton #126
#126 Olliph Barton #126
1831: Martha Barton of Twiggs Co., GA, the administrix of the will of John Barton of Twiggs Co., conveyed title to Joel Leathers of Carroll Co., GA for 250 acres in Hall Co., GA. which he'd purchased prior to the death of John Barton, but had never received the title.[Deed Bk C., p. 626] [This one was a bit confusing so check it out before stating it as fact]
1832: John Barton (S.?) of Hall Co.? drew land, Lot 118, Dist. 16, Sec 1, originally in Cherokee Co., but presently in Union Co., GA. Also drew land in Cherokee Co. which is now Murray Co., GA. Could this be John Barton with wife, Delphy, who later moved to Murray Co.?
1834: Hall County Poor School Children, 569th Dist.:
1834: George Washington Barton [son of Lewis?] was born. Died. 1865 in Carroll Co., GA. Md. Mary Ann Tyson, dau. of Josiah and Mahalia (Megahee?) Tyson. Joshiah was the son of William & Penelope B. (Dixon) Tyson. Children of George W.:
1835: Willis Barton, Jury duty, July term [This 'N That, History of Hall Co., GA, by S. McRay, pg. 47]
1835: Nancy Barton md. Wilson Pearce
1836: Birth of second son of Lewis Barton and wife, Amelia. Family moved to Carroll Co., GA by 1840. [Letter from Ruth (Barton) Coleman, 1989]
1838: Hannah Barton md. William D. Prince [Hannah, child of Henry]
1839: John S. Barton md. Catharine Collins
[John, child of Henry Barton]
1840 Census Index
Pg. 17 Charles Barton
Pg. 27 Willis Barton William Barton
Pg. 31 Joseph Barton
Pg. 59 John Barton Henry Barton
Pg. ?? James Barton
1840: Henry Barton md. Mary Gambling
1841: Minerva Barton md. John Wilkerson
1846: Parmolia Barton md. Nathaniel Ellett
1846: Willis Barton and William Head were delegates of Timber Ridge Baptist Church
1847: Willis Barton and Jonathan Martin were appointed delegates of Timber Ridge Bapt. Church
1847: Henry Barton md. Sarah Seay
1848: James A. Barton md. Martha J. Garrard [James, the first child of Willis and Margaret (Martin) Barton]
1848: Epsey Barton md. William Truelove [Dau. of Charles Barton???]
1848: Delila Barton was received by experience. [Timber Ridge Bapt. Church records; Willis Barton's dau., Delila, was about 15 at this time. Possibly Delila (Boyd) Barton, but unlikely.]
1849: Willis Barton ordained as a deacon of Timber Ridge Bapt. Church
1850: Polly Barton died (b. 1810/d. ca 1850/bd. cemetery on Wash. Head homeplace near the foot of Long Mt., Clearmont, GA)
1850: Young H. Barton md. Rebecca Thomason
#179 Nancy Barton 45; SC widow [of Charles???]
#180 William Truelove 19; SC
#326 Young Barton 21; GA [Son of Henry]
#358 Henry Barton 57; SC
#1216 W. S. Barton 38; SC [William S.]
1853: James M. Barton md. Hannah Thomason
1854: Arminda Barton md. Gaston Humphrey
1854: Malissa Barton md. Robert Cochran
1859: Madison Barton md. Sarah Jane Dodd [Madison, son of Willis]
1859: Willis Barton and family moved to Winston
Co., AL arriving in December.
#303 Y. H. Barton 30; GA
1862; From Muster Roll of Company D, 55th Regiment, Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army of Tennessee, C. S. A.; Hall County, Georgia Volunteers:
1863: Wesley Barton md. Sarah Thomason [Son of Henry]
1866: David O. Barton md. Catherine Davis
1873: Young H. Barton md. Julia Ann Cook
1876: Wiley Barton md. Mrs. Emily Lawson [Son of James M., son of Henry]
1878: Jeptha Barton md. Sallie S. Thompson
1878: Y. W. Barton [Young William, son of
William S.] md. Rebecca Miller
#403 Barton, Jepthia 25; GA [Son of William S.]
#575 Barton, Wiley L. 22; GA
#810 Barton, Young H. 25; GA
1887: The will of William S. Barton probated.
1891: Matilda (Barton) Thomason (b. 1807), wife of Harmon Thomason, died.
1899: Malissa Barton Cochran (b. 1808) died and was bd. at Airline Bapt. Church Cemetery located near Timber Ridge Church.
Date: Aug 2001
From: Lola <email@example.com>
FIRST WHITE SETTLERS IN DEKALB, GWINNETT, HALL, WHITE, HAVERSHAM, AND RABUN COUNTIES
Excerpt from a letter from the Governor William Rabun Papers, Telamon Cuyler Collection, Special Collections, University of Georgia Libraries, identifying white persons who moved into the Cherokee lands that were soon afterward part of the 1820 and 1821 land lotteries.
3rd July 1817
"...Near the Chestetee are Freeman overbee Danl. Short Noah Langly, John Martin, & Jese Martin & at and above the shallowford are Wikkiam Stoker, William Baity, a man by the name of Hawkins, & John Wagoner, James Abercrombia senr, James Abercrombia Junr, Benjn. Morris, Henry Morris, John Diffy, Henry Bartin, Holly Bartin widow & George Davis.
Frank has a Comsoft III prepared document that shows John Barton b. 1770 in Va. and Holly b. 1770 in SC as the parents of Henry. He would welcome refuting or supporting evidence/comments.
From: Davie Williams firstname.lastname@example.org
I descend from Mary Holly (Barton) Hicks. She was first listed in the 1840 census married to Henry W. Hicks. They were a young married couple in their early 20s without any children. I believe, but have not been able to verify, that Mary Holly Barton is the daughter of John Barton and Patsy Hardin Barton of Jackson County, Georgia. Henry W. Hicks was killed in an accident in 1860 and the Administrator of his estate was Eli Hardin, who is probably the brother or uncle of Patsy Hardin Barton. I believe this John Barton is the John Barton that came into Georgia with Isaac Barton and Bayless Nations. I have been in contact with a descendant of Isaac Barton, whose grandfather's name was John Hardin Barton. Also my Henry Hicks and Mary Holly Hicks were living in Floyd County, Georgia and remained there until their deaths. Living in Floyd County are other members of the Hardin family that Paty Hardin Barton belongs to. I also believe that Holly Barton who was living among the Indians just outside of Hall County in 1817 and later moved into Hall County in 1820 is probably the grandmother of my Mary Holly Barton. She is probably the mother of John Barton.
From: Mattie on April , 1999
Mattie wonders if there is a known connection between the Barton brothers, James, Stephen, etc. who moved from Hall Co. to Murray Co., GA and finally to Rusk Co., TX in about 1850 and Benjamin Barton, the son of Benjamin and Dorcas (Anderson) Barton who moved to Rusk Co. in about 1842.
(Rachal) "Walker-of-Stones" <email@example.com> wrote:
Many of the BARTON & BLACKSTOCK folks are buried in unmarked and hard to locate cemeteries in Hall County,GA. I found these:
Decendants of Henry & Mary (Polly) Thomason
Possible Fowler/Barton Connection
Date: Thu, 14 May 1998 From: Lee firstname.lastname@example.org
Rumors handed down thru several lines of Fowlers has it that we were originally Bartons and were adopted by a Fowler family. James Fowler b. 1797 in SC migrated to GA in early 1820's. Also brother William and possible brother Thomas (no proof). Several Fowler descendants have the given name Barton, which leads credence to the rumor. During my research I have met very distant cousins who were told the same thing. I cannot link James Fowler to any of the Fowler lines in SC. He stopped for a while in Hall County, GA (as did a number of Barton families) before settling in Forsyth/Cherokee counties GA.
Has anyone run across any Barton children being adopted in SC in the early 1800's?
[Lee (above) mentioned on his web page http://fly.hiwaay.net/~lfowler/family01/i0000207.htm#i207 that James, Sarah and daughter Jane were living in Habersham during the 1830 census. "Jane was born July 13, 1830. Two years later on July 14, 1832, Phillip K. was born. Phillip's birth is recorded as being in Hall County. There were two older daughters, Lette - born in South Carolina in 1818, and Elizabeth - born in Georgia in 1822. This indicates that the Fowlers immigrated to Georgia between those two dates."]
From: Pat <email@example.com>
Descended from Matilda Barton, b. 1807 SC, d. 1891, Hall Co., GA. Pat lists siblings as: Henry, 1793-1871, David b. 1796, Stephen b. 1804, James b. 1806 and Mary Ellen b. 1817.
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Shirley - 11/25/00
I have been searching for William A. Jackson, my ggrandfather, and his relationship with Tirey Jackson. At one time I read that William A. was cousins of the Barton Family. Do you have anything related to this information? If you do I would appreciate hearing anything as I have reached a deadend......Thanks, Shirley
December 12, 2002
Thomas Archer Wood was born in 1842. His father was born in Hall Co. and his mother in Jackson Co. I don't know Thomas' birth place, but his brother, George Washington Wood, was born 1845 in Hall County, GA.
Thomas md. (1) Emma Bain, (2) Sarah Ann Barton.
Data from Sylvia:
Thomas was most likely born in Hall County, as the older children were born there also. Don't know anything more about Sarah. I do have this on Thomas: 2LT, 4 AL CAV, Civil War, So they probably married in Alabama.
[Thomas] moved from GA in 1852 to
Etowah) County, AL. In 1869 started west with wagon trains. Homesteaded on
Paluxy Creek/River near Bluff Dale (in Hood County?)
TX. Many of family are buried at old Rock Church nearby.
Paul Barton's web page : http://www.eatel.net/~barton/
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