LAURENS COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
Many Bartons resided in Laurens Co., SC before the first census was taken. Among them were James, Joseph and Bavester. Some of these early Laurens Bartons eventually moved to Pendleton District, SC. Bavester left Pendleton and migrated to Warren Co., Kentucky.
The following is an excerpt from an interesting off site resource about the McCrary's of Duncan Creek http://www.concentric.net/~patout/mccrary.html
From the "Statistics of South Carolina" by Robert Mills published in 1826, the first settlers [of Duncan's Creek] were named "M'Crery, Green, Hannah, Abernathy, Miller, Beard, King, Mitchell, Coffee, Gisham, Barton, Young, McClure, Adams and M'Daid."
Many of the early Laurens settlers were Scotch-Irish.
1790 Census Index
Jerald JerryinIll@aol.com Some Bartons md. into my Couts family [Bavester Barton Clan and Couts intermd.]
Rhonda RHONKAY@AOL.COM I am a dec. of Chrisley Couts Jr. [From the Bavester Barton Clan]
Lynda Chalk Welch
Researching Babester Barton b: about 1760, married about 1780 and died by Oct 1813 in Warren Co., KY (left will dated 16 May 1813). His wife is known only as "Elizabeth".
1. Mary (my ancestor) b: 1784 in S.C. m: Thomas Rogers Putnam ca 1800. Mary died 1825-29 in Murrayville, Hall Co., GA.
I have a large file of Joseph's descendants. We're looking for the mystery ancestors too.
Date: 98-07-09 22:24:48 EDT
Hi I am also researching Bartons My line goes back to Bavester Barton who was in Pendleton District 1790. Would like to hear from you if this line might be the same one you are researching.
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