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BARLOW / BURLEW in the Revolutionary War

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AARON BARLOW, of Redding, Connecticut, was a Second Sergeant in the Tenth Company in the Fifth Regiment of Connecticut Troops, commanded by Colonel David Waterbury, Jr., in the expedition of Generals Schuyler and Montgomery in the fall of 1775 for the capture of Montreal and Quebec. This regiment was part of the quota of thirty thousand men raised in New England in the summer of 1775 to aid in the siege of Boston, and to take part, with the New York troops, in the expedition against Canada. Barlow's company, commanded by Captain Zalmon Read, was recruited largely in Redding and marched from that town to Norwalk on June 02, 1775, and on the next day to Stamford where it joined the regiment. He was discharged November 28, 1775.

In the Fishkill Campaign, October 05-19, 1777, Aaron Barlow served as Ensign in Captain John Gray's (9th) Company, 4th Connecticut Militia. He was a member of the Committee of Inspection on December 22, 1777.

In April, 1780, he was commissioned Lieutenant in Captain Jesse Bell's Company, Colonel Bezaleel Beebe's Regiment of Connecticut state troops, and served 9 months on the Westchester front.

In May, 1781, he was a Lieutenant of the Coast Guards at Green Farms, Connecticut. In October, 1781, he became a Captain of the Militia.

His wartime diary, "Colonel Aaron Barlow's Book of Orders", was published in the American Historical Register III (1895-1896), pp 622-667, edited by Charles B. Judd.

After the war he achieved distinction in civil life. He served a term as Deputy Sheriff of Fairfield County, was four terms in the Connecticut Legislature, in October, 1792, May and October, 1794, and May, 1795. In the militia service he rose through the grades of Captain and Major to be Lieutenant-Colonel of the 4th Connecticut Militia Regiment, 1794-99. He was interested with his brother, Joel Barlow, in several industrial enterprises, notably the building of a grist mill for the kiln drying of corn for export to the West Indies. He is also said to have established an iron foundry with his brother Joel in Weston, probably at the present Valley Forge.

Aaron Barlow was a man of ability, tall, and of imposing bearing. He built a large colonial house on a corner in West Redding, which, with its great double stone chimneys and long roof nearly reaching the ground in the rear, quite fills one's ideal of the old Colonial dwelling. He was a personal friend of General Israel Putnam and, tradition says, while the army lay in Redding, "Old Put" and Aaron Barlow often sat far into the night in the kitchen of the Redding house with a pitcher of mulled cider between them, fighting their battles of the French and Indian wars over again or discussing affairs of the country. Joel Barlow often spent his college vacations with his elder brother, Aaron, and is said by family tradition to have written his Vision of Columbus in this house.

Aaron Barlow was born on February 11, 1750/1, at Fairfield, Connecticut, and was the son of Samuel & Esther 'Hull' Barlow.

He married Rebecca Sanford on December 27, 1772, at Redding and they had eleven children.

In 1800, Aaron Barlow went to Norfolk, Virginia, and died there on August 12, 1800, of yellow fever.    [DAR Patriot Index]

Abstracts of Revolutionary War Pension Files, National Historical Publishing Co, 1990-TN

BARLOW, Aaron, Rebecca W20665, Connecticut Line, appl 09 December 1836, Fairfield Co Connecticut, aged 89, a resident of Redding Connecticut
 
AARON BARLOW, of Rochester, Massachusetts, was a Private in Captain Nathaniel Hammond's Company of Colonel Ebenezer Sprout's Regiment of Massachusetts Militia. The regiment served 15 days in December 1776 when they marched from Rehoboth, Massachusetts, to Rhode Island on an alarm.

Also served in the Patriot Service and Civil Service

Aaron Barlow was born on April 13, 1735, at Rochester and was the son of Joseph and Abigail 'Wyatt' Barlow   (George Barlow of Sandwich Massachusetts lineage)

He married first Mary Nye on November 05, 1761, at Sandwich, Massachusetts, second Mary Winslow on May 07, 1772, at Freetown, Massachusetts, and third Priscilla Andrews on July 06, 1780, at Hardwick, Massachusetts.

He had ten children.

He died on March 12, 1822, at Bakersfield, Vermont, and was buried there in the Bakersfield Cemetery       [DAR Patriot Index]
 
ABNER BARLOW, of Granville, Massachusetts, was a Private in Captain Lebbeus Ball's Company of Colonel Timothy Danielson's Regiment of Massachusetts Militia. The regiment marched on April 20, 1775, in response to the alarm of April 19, 1775, (the Battle at Lexington) and served 9 days. He enlisted on April 29, 1775, again in Captain Ball's Company for 3 months 10 days service and was listed on a Company return dated October 06, 1775, at Roxbury, Massachusetts. An order for a bounty coat or its equivalent in money was entered on December 22, 1775, at Roxbury. He later enlisted on August 17, 1777, as a Private in Captain William Cooley's Company of Colonel John Moseley's 3rd Hampshire County Regiment of Massachusetts Militia, which marched to Bennington, Vermont, on an alarm. He was discharged on August 19, 1777, after 4 days service.


Abner Barlow and Colonel Thaddeus Remington went to Canandaigua, Ontario County, New York, in May 1789, the year that the county was formed. He was listed at Canandaigua in the first Federal Census which was taken in July 1790. He attended the first town meeting that was held in April 1791 and he was the second Town Supervisor. He was very successful and is still renowned as the first grower of wheat in the area. His house still stands at 21-23 Dailey Avenue at Canandaigua.

Abner Barlow was born on March 11, 1752, at Granville, Massachusetts, and was the son of Nathan & Martha 'Gates' Barlow. He married Mary Antis around 1778 and they had nine children. She died on August 14, 1822, and he married second Sarah Christie, a widow, on June 22, 1825.

He died on June 28, 1846, at Canandaigua, New York, and was buried there in the Pioneer Cemetery on West Street.

Abstracts of Revolutionary War Pension Files, National Historical Publishing Co, 1990 - TN
BARLOW, Abner, S12085, Massachusetts Line, applied 28 August 1833 Ontario Co New York, aged 80, born 11 March 1752 at Granville in Hampshire Co New Hampshire & enlisted there & in 1789 moved to Canandaigua New York.
 
ABNER BARLOW, of Stratford, New Hampshire, enlisted in February 1777 as a Private in Captain Aldrich's Company of Major Benjamin Whitcomb's Independent Corps of New Hampshire Rangers under Colonel Hazen. He was later in the 9th Company of Colonel Reid's 2nd Regiment.

He was in the Battle of Bennington (Vermont), at the capture of Burgoyne at Saratoga (New York), and around October 15, 1781, was taken prisoner by a party of "British Indians" on the Onion River near Lake Champlain. He was taken to Montreal and held there until the summer or fall of 1783.

Abner Barlow was born on April 01, 1757, at Stratford, Connecticut, and was the son of Joseph Barlow. He moved to Stratford, New Hampshire, with his parents in 1772 and he was a farmer there. He married Eunice French on December 15, 1784, at Northumberland, New Hampshire, and they had six children.

In 1808 or 1809, he and his family moved to Catskill, New York, then to Deerfield, New York, and then to West Canada Creek, Herkimer County, New York, where he was listed in the 1810 Census. In 1814 he moved to Chautauqua (later Westfield), New York, and then to Mill Creek, Erie County, Pennsylvania, where he appeared on June 05, 1818, at age 60 in connection with his pension application. In 1820 he lived at Ellicott, New York, and from there he moved back to live at Westfield from 1830 to 1832. In the early 1830's he moved to Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin, where he died on June 04, 1836. He was buried at Pleasant Prairie and Eunice Barlow was issued a widow's pension, no. W3919, on October 06, 1849.      [DAR Patriot Index]

Abstracts of Revolutionary War Pension Files, National Historical Publishing Co, 1990 - TN

BARLOW, Abner, Eunice, W3919 BLW #19616-160-55, Continental & New Hampshire Line, soldier applied l5 June 1818 Erie Co Pennyslvania, aged 60, in 1820, soldier was in Chautauqua Co New York with wife, aged 53 & children; Sebastian, aged 14 and 2 daughters aged 11 and 9 years of age, widow applied 01 May 1855, Kenosha Co Wisconsin, aged 88, soldier enlisted Stratford, New Hampshire, soldier married Eunice French on 15 December 1784 in Northumberland in Coos or Grafton Co New Hampshire, soldier died 04 June 1836 at Pleasant Prairie in Racine Co Wisconsin, soldier was born in April 1757, Stratford, Connecticut, in 1808 or 09 soldier moved to Catskill New York, then to Deerfield in Oneida Co New York, then to West Canada Creek in Herkimer Co New York, then in 1814 to Chautauqua (later Westfield) New York, then to Mill Creek in Erie Co Pennsylvania, in 1841 Eunice Stevens states she was oldest child of soldier and was born in March 1788, a Daniel aged 53 in 1841 was witness but no relationship stated, in 1841 soldier's son Abner was aged 41 & he married Polley Strunk on 01 September 1823 & their children were; Lafayette born 19 August 1824, Sophia born 01 June 1826, Elizabeth born 14 October 1827, Margaret H. born 20 August 1829, Mary born 26 February 1831, Eunice born 01 October 1832, Byron born 06 August 1834, Dominia A. born 09 June 1836, Brainard born 23 May 1837, and William H. born 24 July 1839, in 1841 widow's sister Anna, wife of Jacob Schoff was aged 81 & lived in Maidstone Vermont, in 1841 a Volney French was living in Southport in Wisconsin Territory but it was not stated if he was related to the widow Eunice (French) Barlow.
 
ABRAHAM BURLEW  served in the New Jersey Line.

He married Ruth ---- in July 1786 and their children were: Daniel, born on February 22, 1788; Mary, born on October 12, 1790; John, born on October 20, 1795; Kezia, born on December 02, 1797; Jacob, born on August 09, 1800; Aaron, born on May 19, 1803; Keturah, born on February 04, 1806; Susannah, born on October 30, 1808; and Eleanor, born on February 24, 1810.

He died in April 1812 and his widow applied for a pension, no. W3765, at age 73 on August 15, 1838, in Middlesex County, New Jersey.
 
AMBROSE BARLOW, was a Private in the Virginia Militia.

He was born in July 1755 in Virginia, married Anna Smith, died on August 13, 1839, and was buried at Fountain Run, Kentucky      [DAR Patriot Index]
 
AMMITAI BARLOW, of Rochester, Massachusetts, was a Private in Captain Earl Clap's Company of Colonel Theophilus Cotton's Regiment of Massachusetts Militia. He served 12 days in the alarm of April 19, 1775, (Battle of Lexington).

On May 02, 1775, he enlisted for 3 months 6 days service; he was on the muster roll of August 01, 1775, and on the company return of October 07, 1775.

He was a Sergeant and served 15 days in Captain Nathaniel Hammond's Company of Colonel Ebenezer Sprout's Regiment which marched from Rehoboth, Massachusetts, to Rhode Island on an alarm in December 1776.

Ammitai Barlow was born on April 01, 1739, at Rochester and was the son of George and Ruth 'Barrows' Barlow.   (George Barlow of Sandwich Massachusetts lineage)   He married first Lydia Churchill on June 06, 1781, at Plympton, Massachusetts, and second Mehitable Ames on May 15, 1802, at Rochester.
First name begins with 'B'
BENJAMIN BARLOW, of Granville, Massachusetts, enlisted on September 21, 1777, as a Private in Captain William Cooley's Company of Colonel John Moseley's 3rd Hampshire County Regiment of Massachusetts Militia. He was discharged on October 23, 1777.

Benjamin Barlow was born on March 4, 1758, at Granville and was the son of James and Mary 'White' Barlow.   (Edmund Barlow of Malden Masachusetts lineage)    He married Phoebe Doud around 1779 in the East Granville Congregational Church and they had ten children.

He moved to Lima, New York, around 1795. He died on September 23, 1831, at Lima and was buried there in the Oakridge Cemetery.      [DAR Patriot Index]
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CHRISTOPHER BARLOW, of Virginia was a Private in Captain Poynter's Company of the 7th Regiment of the North Carolina Continental Line from 1776 to 1778.

Christopher Barlow was born in 1757 in Culpepper County, Virginia, and was the son of Jacob and Mary Barler. He married Barbara Mayes around 1768-69 in Culpepper County. He applied for a pension at age 77 on May 8, 1834, in Washington County, Kentucky.

He died on June 22, 1837, and his widow applied for a pension, application no. W8341, at age 94 on October 4, 1838, in Washington County, Kentucky.
First name begins with 'D'
DANIEL BARLOW, of Stratford, Connecticut, was a Private in Captain Abel's Company of Colonel Bradley's Battalion of Connecticut State Troops in 1776. He was a Corporal in Captain Lacy's Company of Colonel Bradley's 5th Regiment of the Connecticut Line in 1777-1778 and in Ensign Nichol's Company of Colonel Whiting's Regiment of the Connecticut Line in 1778.

Daniel Barlow was born on March 20, 1734, at Stratford, Connecticut, and was the son of Francis and Elizabeth 'Mitchell' Barlow. (John Barlow of Fairfield Connecticut lineage)

David Barlow was a Private in Captain Booth's Company of Guards in Colonel Whiting's 4th Regiment of Connecticut Militia in 1777.

David Barlow of Stratford, Connecticut, was in Captain Coe's Company of Colonel Whiting's regiment in the 4th Brigade Connecticut Militia in 1778.

David Barlow of Fairfield, Connecticut, was in the Continental Line before 1780.
 
DAVID BARLOW of Woodbury, Connecticut.
 
DAVID BARLOW of Fairfield, Connecticut, was a Private ....according to the  [D.A.R. Patriot Index].....

David Barlow was baptized on March 1, 1718, at Fairfield and was the son of Samuel and Elizabeth 'Rumsey' Barlow.

He died and was buried on October 7, 1795, at Fairfield.
 
DAVID BARLOW, JR. of Stratford, Connecticut, was in Captain Benjamin's Company of Colonel Silliman's Regiment of Connecticut Militia in 1776.

David Barlow Jr. was a Private ..... according to the [D.A.R. Patriot Index]

David Barlow Jr. was born on January 10, 1745, at Fairfield, Connecticut, and was the son of David and Susannah 'Hubbard' Barlow.

He died on March 27, 1817, at Sherman, Connecticut, and was buried there in the Center Cemetery.
 
DAVID BARLOW, of Stratford, Connecticut, was listed as having served in the Revolutionary War by Wilcoxson's History of Stratford, Connecticut.

From William Wheeler's Journal quoted in Black Rock, Seaport of Old Fairfield, C. P. Lathrop, 1930: "June 27, 1795, Captain David Barlow moved from the point Newfield to my house. January 18, 1796, David Barlow sailed for West Indies.

April 18, 1796, In 25 days from St. Bartholomew (via Bermuda) arrived the 'Anson', Captain David Barlow. June 4, 1796, Captain Barlow moved from my house."

David Barlow was buried in the Stratford Cemetery and David Jr. was buried in the Center Cemetery at Sherman.

David Barlow was a Matross in Captain Robert Walker's 4th Company of Colonel John Lamb's Regiment of New York Artillery in 1777.
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EBENEZER BARLOW, of Granville, Massachusetts, was a Private in Captain Lebbeus Ball's Company of Colonel Timothy Danielson's Regiment of Massachusetts Militia. The regiment marched on April 20, 1775, in response to the alarm of April 19, 1775, (the Battle at Lexington) and served 9 days. He enlisted on April 29, 1775, again in Captain Ball's Company for 3 months 10 days service.

He was listed on the muster roll of August 1, 1775, and a Company return dated October 6, 1775, at Roxbury, Massachusetts. He was discharged on November 17, 1776.

Ebenezer Barlow was born on April 29, 1750, at Granville and was the son of Nathan and Martha 'Gates' Barlow.    He moved to and lived at Florence, New York, after the Revolutionary War.
 
EBENEZER BARLOW, of Hardwick, Massachusetts, enlisted on July 5, 1780, as a Private in Captain Timothy Paige's Company of Colonel John Rand's Regiment of Massachusetts Militia. He served at West Point, New York, and was discharged on October 10, 1780.

A bounty was paid on May 1, 1781, by the town of Hardwick for 3 months service in the Continental Army.
 
EBENEZER BARLOW, of Rochester, Massachusetts, enlisted on May 2, 1775, for 3 months 6 days service as a Corporal in Captain Earl Clap's Company of Colonel Theophilus Cotton's Regiment of Massachusetts Militia and was listed on a muster roll dated August 1, 1775. He served 15 days as a Sergeant in Captain Nathaniel Hammond's Company of Colonel Ebenezer Sprout's Regiment and marched from Rochester to Rhode Island on an alarm in December 1776.

He served 65 days in Captain William Tupper's Company of Colonel Titcomb's Regiment in May and June 1777 at Rhode Island. He served 32 days in Captain Samuel Brigg's Company of Colonel Cotton's Regiment of General Palmer's Brigade and marched to Tiverton, Rhode Island, on a secret expedition on September 29, 1777.
 
EDMUND BARLOW, of Fairfield, Connecticut, was a Private and was taken prisoner at Fairfield in 1779 ... according to the   [D.A.R. Patriot Index]  but his Company and Regiment have not been determined.

Edmund Barlow was born on May 4, 1749, at Fairfield and was the son of Jabez and Elizabeth 'Hunt' Barlow. He married Salome Middlebrook on November 29, 1769, at Fairfield and they had seven children.

He moved to Stamford, New York, about 1795. He died on January 18, 1825, at Stamford and was buried there in the Valley View Cemetery.
 
EDMUND BARLOW, of Granville, Massachusetts, received his first commission as a First Lieutenant on April 26, 1776, and joined the Hampshire County Militia Regiment commanded by Lieutenant Colonel Timothy Robinson. He next saw service in Captain William Cooley's Company of Colonel John Moseley's 3rd Hampshire County Regiment of Massachusetts Militia. He enlisted on October 21, 1776, and was discharged on November 17, 1776, after 28 days service to reinforce the Northern Army. He subsequently enlisted on July 31, 1779, in Captain Solomon Brown's Company of Colonel Elisha Porter's Hampshire County regiment. He was discharged on September 1, 1779, after 1 month 6 days service at New London, Connecticut.

Edmund Barlow was born on May 18, 1732, at Suffield, Connecticut, and was the son of James & Mary 'Harmon' Barlow.   (Edmund of Malden Massachusetts lineage)  He married Sibbel Root on June 3, 1762, at Granville and they had nine children.

He died on November 3, 1819, at Granville and was buried there in the West Cemetery.      [D.A.R. Patriot Index]
 
ELIAKIM BARLOW, of Middleboro, Massachusetts, was a Private and served 3 days in Captain Shaw's 1st Company which marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775, (Battle of Lexington), to Marshfield, Massachusetts. He subsequently enlisted on May 3, 1775, for 3 months 6 days service as a Sergeant in Captain Joshua Benson's Company of Colonel Theophilus Cotton's Regiment. He was on a muster roll dated August 1, 1775, and on a company return dated October 7, 1775. Later he was a Private in Captain Nehemiah Allen's Company of Colonel Cotton's Regiment and served 31 days in September and October 1777 when the company marched on a secret expedition to Rhode Island.

Eliakim Barlow was born on March 17, 1739, at Middleboro and was the son of William and Joanna 'Warren' Barlow.  (George Barlow of Sandwich Massachusetts lineage)   He married Mary Billington on December 3, 1761, at Middleboro and they had five children.

He was a blacksmith and they lived at Pelham, Massachusetts, in 1790.

He died in February 1806 at Brookfield, Massachusetts.
 
ELISHA BARLOW, of Amenia, New York, was commissioned as Ensign in Captain Joshua Lasell's 3rd Company of Colonel Southerland's 6th Dutchess County Regiment of New York Militia on October 17, 1775. He was subsequently a Captain in Colonel Morris Graham's Regiment of General Clinton's Brigade of the New York Line in 1776.

Elisha Barlow was born on February 23, 1749, at Sandwich, Massachusetts, and was the son of Moses and Sarah 'Wing' Barlow.  (George Barlow of Sandwich Massachusetts lineage)   He moved to Dutchess County, New York, with his parents in 1756. He returned briefly to Sandwich and married his cousin Sarah Barlow there on November 23, 1772. They had ten children.

After the war he was a Judge and Surrogate of Dutchess County, a member of the New York State Assembly from Amenia in 1800 and 1802, a New York State Senator from the Middle District (Dutchess, Orange and Ulster counties) from 1807 to 1810, and a Delegate to the New York Constitutional Convention in 1821. He died on December 30, 1828, at Amenia and was buried there in the South Amenia Cemetery.

[D.A.R. Patriot Index]
 
EPHRAIM BARLOW of Virginia.
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GEORGE BARLOW, of Rochester, Massachusetts, was a seaman in the Revolutionary War. He applied for a pension, application no. S33993, on April 3, 1818, in Plymouth County, Massachusetts.

George Barlow was born on June 27, 1741, at Rochester and was the son of George and Ruth 'Barrows' Barlow.  (George Barlow of Sandwich Massachusetts lineage)  He married Abigail Allen on December 8, 1763, at Rochester and they had four children.
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HEMAN BARLOW, of Granville, Massachusetts, enlisted on September 23, 1776, as a Private in Captain William Cooley's Company of Colonel John Moseley's Regiment of Massachusetts Militia and was discharged on November 16, 1776. On May 6, 1777, he enlisted in Captain William Cannon's Company of Colonel David Leonard's Regiment of Massachusetts Militia, marched to Ticonderoga, New York, and was discharged on July 14, 1777. On September 21, 1777, he enlisted in Captain Aaron Coe's Company of Colonel Moseley's Regiment, marched on an alarm to reinforce the Northern Army and was discharged on October 23, 1777. In 1780 he served 21 days as a Private in Captain Thomas Barney's Company of Colonel Ira Allen's Regiment of Vermont Militia on an alarm to the north which commenced on October 11, 1780. For this last service he was paid \1.8.0 in wages and \0.13.4 for 40 miles of travel.

Heman Barlow was born on August 13, 1758, at Granville and was the son of Nathan and Martha 'Gates' Barlow.   He married Diana Bancroft and they had two children.

He moved to Vermont and was one of the first three Selectmen chosen at the founding of Fair Haven, Vermont, on August 28, 1783.

He died on December 4, 1788, probably at Fair Haven.        [D.A.R. Patriot Index]
 
HENSON BARLOW of Jefferson County, Virginia, was a Private in the 7th Regiment of Infantry.

He received a pension while living in Tennessee and died on September 3, 1828.
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JAMES BARLOW of South Carolina was a Private in Captain Pinckney's Company of the 1st Regiment of Provincial Troops in 1775.

James Barlow was a Loyalist in the southern campaign.

James Barlow was a Private in the Patriot Service in Virginia    [DAR Patriot Index]

He was born in 1757 in Virginia, married Lucy Edwards, and died on November 5, 1827, in Louisiana.
 
JESSE BARLOW, of Sandwich, Massachusetts, was a Private in Captain Ward Swift's Company which marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775, (Battle of Lexington). He was subsequently a Sergeant in Captain Swift's Company of Colonel Freeman's Regiment of Massachusetts Militia which marched to Dartmouth and Falmouth, Massachusetts, on an alarm on September 6, 1778. He was later stationed at Staten Island, New York.

On July 1, 1775, Jesse Barlow and Simeon Wing had a vessel, commanded by Simeon's son Thomas Wing, loaded with a cargo from the West Indies and provisions from Buzzard's Bay, Massachusetts. This ship was captured by the British cruiser "Falcon," commanded by Captain John Linsey, and then was retaken by a schooner from Dartmouth under the command of Captain Daniel Egery. Jesse Barlow had to pay $45 and give bonds to indemnify Dartmouth people.

Jesse Barlow was born on September 12, 1749, at Sandwich and was the son of Thomas and Mehitable 'Wing' Barlow.     (George Barlow of Sandwich Massachusetts lineage)    He married Sarah Nye on December 7, 1769, at Falmouth, Massachusetts, and they had ten children.

He died on December 10, 1815, at Newport, Rhode Island, and was buried there in the Newport Cemetery.
 
JOEL BARLOW, of Redding, Connecticut, enlisted in Colonel Huntington's Regiment of the Connecticut Line and took part in the Battle of White Plains, New York, on October 28, 1776. He was subsequently appointed Chaplain to Colonel John Bailey's 4th Massachusetts Brigade and served from May 1, 1780, to December 31, 1780. His certificate of service was dated September 23, 1782, at Boston.

Joel Barlow was born on March 24, 1754, at Redding and was the son of Samuel and Esther 'Hull' Barlow.

He graduated from Yale College in 1778 and on December 26, 1779, he married Ruth Baldwin in the Kensington Church at Farmington, Connecticut. They had no children although he adopted his brother Aaron's son Thomas.

Joel Barlow opened a law office at Hartford, Connecticut, in 1783 and, in partnership with Elisha Babcock, published "The American Mercury." In 1785 hewas chosen by the General Association of the Congregational Church to revise the Psalms of Dr. Watts. In 1787 he published his "Vision of Columbus" but his popular poem "Hasty Pudding," which was written in France in 1793, exhibited a more decided poetical talent. In 1788 he went to England as agent for the Scioto Land Company. He then went to France where he became interested in the politics of the French Revolution. In 1791 he went back to England and then returned to France in 1792. In 1795 he was appointed Consul to Algiers by President Washington and there he negotiated the liberation of the Americans that were held for ransom by the Dey. He also succeeded in a treaty with Tripoli to redeem the American prisoners that were held there. In 1797 he returned to Paris and then in 1805 to the United States where he settled into his home "Kalorama" near Washington, D.C. In 1808 he published the great poem of his life "The Columbiad" which was republished in 1811 in London. He was engaged in writing a history of the United States in 1812 when he was appointed Minister Plenipotentiary to France by President Washington.

While on his way to Wilna, Poland, to confer with the Emperor Napoleon, he contracted a severe cold. He died from inflammation of the lungs at Zarnowiec, Poland, on December 24, 1812, and was buried in the churchyard there.
 
JOHN BARLOW, of Kent, Connecticut, enlisted on May 7, 1777, as a Private in Captain Albert Chapman's Company of Colonel Heman Swift's 7th Regiment of Connecticut Militia. He was subsequently in Captain Comstock Albert Chapman's Company of Colonel Heman Swift's 7th Regiment of Connecticut Militia. He was subsequently in Captain Comstock's Company of Colonel Swift's 2nd Connecticut Regiment, Captain Cogswell's Company of Colonel Moseley's Connecticut Regiment, Captain Chamberlain's Company of Colonel Swift's 2nd Regiment, Captain Manning's Company of the 3rd Connecticut Regiment, and in Colonel Hinman's 4th Connecticut Regiment. He was in the Battles of Germantown and Monmouth, served in one campaign in 1775 and all of 1776.

He applied for a pension, application no. S37732, on April 22, 1818, in Litchfield County, Connecticut.

John Barlow was born on March 5, 1748, at Kent and was the son of Joseph and Phebe Barlow.   (John Barlow of Fairfield Connecticut lineage)

He married first Anna Caswell on May 27, 1770, second Temperance Branch on January 25, 1773, and third Lucy Hatch. He had eleven children.

He died on September 19, 1833, at Kent and was buried there in the Kent Hollow Cemetery.           [DAR Patriot Index]
 
JOHN BARLOW of Stratford, Connecticut, was commissioned to command the boat "Betsey" and on December 18, 1780, he captured the British sloop "Tartar" in Oyster Bay, Long Island, New York. The "Betsey" was taken in turn by the British in March 1781. The story is told in "The Naval History of Fairfield County Men in The Revolution": "Captain John Barlow and his mate, Nathan Gorham, both of Stratford, were together in the West Indies trade before the Revolution. When war broke out they "put up" their vessel, deciding it would be "too dangerous" to continue trading and risking capture. Instead, they became privateersmen, entering a profession which was to prove far more hazardous than anything they could have envisioned. After cruising for ten days, Captain Barlow sighted an enemy vessel and gave chase. Too late, he discovered that the British craft was a man of war, well spiked with guns, and with no intention of submitting to capture by the Stratford boys. Faced with a hopeless situation, Captain Barlow surrendered and was taken prisoner along with Gorham and members of the crew. They were carried to New York and incarcerated in the Jersey prison ship in New York harbor."

Captain John Barlow was born around 1750 at Stratford and was the son of John Barlow.    He did not marry.

He died on May 4, 1786, at age 36 at Stratford and was buried there in the Congregational Church Cemetery.
 
JOHN BARLOW was a Private in the Frederick Detachment of the Maryland Line in 1782-83 and in Captain Bruce's 4th Company of the Northern Detachment of the Maryland Line in 1783.
 
JOHN BARLOW was a Private in Captain Bayly's Company of the 7th Maryland Regiment in 1778. [perhaps the same person as that listed just previously]
 
JOHN BARLOW of Danby, Vermont, was a Private in Captain Campbell's Company of Colonel Hazen's Regiment in 1778.
 
JOHN BARLOW of Massachusetts was commissioned an Ensign on May 19, 1775, and served in Captain Amos Turner's Company of General Thomas' Regiment.

John Barlow of South Hadley, Massachusetts, enlisted on June 22, 1778, and served 9 months in Captain Montague's Company of Colonel Porter's Regiment. He was 31 years old, 5 feet 8 inches tall, dark complexion and had black hair.

John Barlow was a Private in the 6th Company of Colonel Cilley's 1st Continental Regiment. He later was on the Committee of Safety from Peterborough, New Hampshire, on July 12, 1782.
 
JOHN BARLOW, enlisted on June 9, 1779, and was a Matross in Captain John Jordan's Company of Colonel Flower's Artillery, Pennsylvania Continental Line.

John Barlow was born on May 16, 1763, in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, and was the son of John and Hannah 'Savage' Barlow.   He married Phebe Bolton on June 19, 1787, and they had seven children.

He died on December 30, 1816.
 
JOSEPH BARLOW of Hardwick, Massachusetts, enlisted on July 5, 1780, as a Private in Captain Timothy Paige's Company of Colonel John Rand's Regiment of Massachusetts Militia.   He served at West Point, New York, and was discharged on October 10, 1780.

A bounty was paid on May 1, 1781, by the town of Hardwick for 3 months service in the Continental Army.
 
JOSEPH BARLOW of Rochester, Massachusetts, served 6 months in the Continental Army.

He was described as 19 years old, 5 feet 4 inches tall and ruddy complexion. He enlisted on June 5, 1780, and arrived at Springfield, Massachusetts, on July 9th. He marched to camp on July 10th under the command of Captain Daniel Shay. He was listed on a company return dated October 25, 1780, at Camp Totoway and on the pay roll of 6 month men raised by the town of Rochester. He was discharged on December 1, 1780.
 
JOSEPH BARLOW of Rochester, Massachusetts, was lost at sea during the Revolutionary War [Mattapoisett & Old Rochester History, Grafton Press, 1907]
 
JOSEPH BARLOW of Boone County, Kentucky, was a Private in the Virginia Line in Captain Young's Company, Colonel Crockett's Regiment. He enlisted in 1779 and he was discharged in 1781 at Falls of the Ohio River in Kentucky.

He applied for pension application no. S35773, at age 60 on September 4, 1820, in Boone County.

He died after 1835 and was buried in Dearborn County, Indiana. He had no family and lived with his brother in Dearborn County.
First name begins with 'L'
LEMUEL BARLOW, of Lee, Massachusetts, enlisted on July 22, 1777, as a Private in Captain William Francis' Company of Colonel John Ashley's Regiment of Massachusetts Militia. He served 23 days and was discharged on August 13, 1777. He subsequently re-enlisted on October 12, 1781, as a Private in Captain Josiah Yale's Company and marched on an alarm from Lee to Stillwater, New York, by order of General Rossiter. He served 12 days and was discharged on October 20, 1781.

Lemuel Barlow was born on July 14, 1758, at Sandwich, Massachusetts, and was the son of Seth and Hannah Barlow. (George Barlow of Sandwich Massachusetts lineage)    He married Thankful Bassett on December 23, 1785, at Lee and they had five children.

He died on March 10, 1813, at Lee and was buried there in the Center Cemetery.
 
LEVI BARLOW, of Sandwich, Massachusetts, served 3 days as a Private in Captain Ward Swift's Company which marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775, (Battle of Lexington). He subsequently was a Sergeant in Captain John Grannis' Company from Barnstable, Massachusetts, and served from July 8 to December 31, 1775, at Elizabeth Islands. Later he served as a Private in Captain Samuel Fisher's Company of Colonel Freeman's Regiment which marched on an alarm at Dartmouth and Falmouth, Massachusetts, in September 1779.

Levi Barlow was born on November 12, 1747, at Sandwich and was the son of Thomas and Mehitable 'Wing' Barlow.    (George Barlow of Sandwich Massachusetts lineage)  

He married Rachel Nye on December 29, 1768, at Sandwich and they had three children.
 
LEVI BARLOW of Massachusetts and New Hampshire, was commissioned on April 12, 1782, to command the boat "Speedwell," with 2 guns and 20 men. He was driven into Nantucket by a large British privateer, but escaped and made his way to Falmouth. He joined with Captain Dimmick and others, and with two boats went aboard a British privateer at anchor and captured the captain and 27 men and took them as prisoners to Falmouth. He was commissioned on November 6, 1782, to command the New Hampshire sloop "Speedwell" with 4 guns and 39 men.     [probably the same person as previously listed]
 
LEWIS BARLOW, enlisted in September 1776 in Staunton County, Virginia, and served as a Private in Captain Michael Bowyer's Company of Colonel James Wood's 12th Virginia Regiment from 1776 to 1779. He also served in the 4th and 8th Virginia Regiments, and he participated in the Battles of Iron Hill, Brandywine, Germantown, and many skirmishes. He was discharged at West Point, New York.

He applied for a pension at age 75, application nos. S16619 and S31535, on September 8, 1830, in Shelby County, Indiana.

Lewis Barlow was born in 1755 in Culpepper County, Virginia, and was the son of Jacob and Mary Barler. He married Judah Francis Smith. He was a farmer and lived in Adair County, Kentucky, and Shelby County, Indiana. He died on November 27, 1836, in Shelby County.        [DAR Patriot Index]
First name begins with 'M'
MICAH BARLOW, of Woodstock, Connecticut, served in Captain Morris' Company of the 11th Regiment of the Connecticut Militia from 1778 to 1781.

Micah Barlow was born on June 5, 1756, at Middleboro, Massachusetts, and was the son of William and Joanna 'Warren' Barlow.  (George Barlow of Sandwich Massachusetts lineage)   He moved to Woodstock with his parents in 1764.

He married Elizabeth Bugbee around 1779 at Woodstock and they had three children. He died on June 24, 1840, at Woodstock and was buried there in the Bungay Cemetery.
 
M. BARLOW, perhaps MOSES BARLOW, of Rochester, Massachusetts, was lost at sea during the Revolutionary War [Mattapoisett & Old Rochester History, Grafton Press, 1907]
 
MOSES BARLOW  was master of the schooner "Lyon" which was captured on May 1, 1776, off Block Island while bound from Cape Francois to Rhode Island. It was sent to Halifax as a prize of war on May 23, 1776.
 
MOSES BARLOW, of Amenia, New York, is listed by the DAR Patriot Index as having served in Public Service in New York during the Revolutionary War.

Moses Barlow was born on November 25, 1728, at Sandwich, Massachusetts, and was the son of Peleg and Elizabeth 'Perry' Barlow.    He married Sarah Wing on November 23, 1749, at Sandwich and they had eight children.

They moved to Dutchess County, New York, with his parents in 1756.

He died on March 18, 1799, at Amenia and was buried there in the South Amenia Cemetery.
 
MOSES BARLOW of Massachusetts enlisted on April 2, 1778, as a Private in Captain Micah Hamlin's Company of Colonel Jonathan Reed's 1st Regiment of Massachusetts Militia. He marched on April 7, 1778, and served 3 months at Cambridge, Massachusetts
 
MOSES BARLOW, of Sandwich, Massachusetts, was a Private in Captain Ward Swift's Company and was given a bounty for service in a secret expedition to Rhode Island in October 1777. He was also a Private in Captain Swift's Company of Colonel Freeman's Regiment of Massachusetts Militia and he served 10 days when they marched on an alarm to Dartmouth and Falmouth, Massachusetts, on September 6, 1778. He was among the men of Sandwich raised on June 5, 1780, to reinforce the Continental Army for a term of 6 months. He arrived at Springfield, Massachusetts, on July 19, 1780, and marched to camp under the command of Captain Clark. He was listed in a muster dated October 25, 1780, at Camp Totoway and was on the pay roll of 6 months men raised by Sandwich. He served 5 months 14 days and was discharged on December 11, 1780.

Moses Barlow was described as 18 years old, 5 feet 9 inches tall, and having a light complexion, when he enlisted in the Continental Army on June 5, 1780.

He was born on November 21, 1762, at Sandwich and was the son of Thomas and Mehitable 'Wing' Barlow.    (George Barlow of Sandwich Massachusetts lineage)  

He married Tamesin Nicholson on November 24, 1785, at Nantucket, Massachusetts, and they had three children.

He died on December 25, 1807, at Nantucket.
 
MOSES BARLOW of Amenia, New York, was a Private in the 6th Dutchess County Regiment of the New York Militia.    He was discharged at Fishkill, New York.

Moses Barlow was born on April 19, 1750, at Norwalk, Connecticut, and moved to Amenia in Dutchess County, New York, before the war. He lived at Amenia after the war until 1812 when he moved to Chenango in Broome County, New York.

He died on November 6, 1835, at Chenango.     His widow Sarah Barlow applied for a pension at age 81, application no. W1209, on March 17, 1853, in Broome County.
First name begins with 'N'
NATHAN BARLOW of Massachusetts enlisted on June 16, 1778, for 8 months as a Private in Captain John Carpenter's Company of Colonel Ezra Wood's Regiment of Massachusetts Militia. He arrived at camp on June 23, 1778, and served at North River.    An order for his wages was dated February 1, 1779, at the Camp at Continental Village.
 
NATHAN BARLOW enlisted as a Private in Captain Hecock's Company of Colonel Field's 4th Regiment of the New York Line.
 
NATHAN BARLOW was on a list of Dutchess County, New York, Associators.    He enlisted in the 6th Dutchess County Regiment of the New York Militia and obtained land bounty rights.

Nathan Barlow was born in 1760 at Kensington, Farmington, Connecticut, and died in 1828 at Durham, New York.

Nathan Barlow enlisted in Colonel Pawling's 3rd Ulster County Regiment of New York Militia.
 
NATHAN BARLOW, of Amenia, New York, was listed as a Private in the DAR Patriot Index.

Nathan Barlow was born on August 25, 1726, at Sandwich, Massachusetts, and was the son of Peleg and Elizabeth 'Perry' Barlow.

He married Joanna Swift on February 9, 1748, at Sandwich and they had seven children.

He moved to Amenia, Dutchess County, New York, with his parents in 1756 and then to Duanesburg, Schenectady County, New York, between 1790 and 1800.

He died on July 21, 1808, at Duanesburg and was buried there in the Eaton Corners Cemetery [DAR Patriot Index] says he died on August 26, 1798
 
NATHAN BARLOW of Virginia
 
NATHANIEL BARLOW of Massachusetts was on a list of prisoners sent from Newport, Rhode Island, in the prison ship "Lord Sandwich" and landed at Bristol on March 7, 1778.
 
NATHANIEL BARLOW, of Tinmouth, Vermont, enlisted on October 20, 1781, as a Private in Captain Orange Train's Company of Colonel Lee's Regiment of Vermont Militia. He served 12 days and was paid \1.2.0, including \0.6.0 for travel.
 
NATHANIEL BARLOW, of Redding, Connecticut, was appointed by the town of Redding on September 18, 1777, to procure military supplies for the militia and is accorded Patriot Service in Connecticut by the [DAR Patriot Index]

Nathaniel Barlow was born on May 13, 1745, at Fairfield, Connecticut, and was the son of Samuel and Esther 'Hull' Barlow.

He married Jane Bradley on April 24, 1765, at Easton, Connecticut, and they had six children.

He died on December 26, 1782, at Redding and was buried there in the Old Burying Ground.
 
NEHEMIAH BARLOW of Massachusetts was a Private in Captain Anthony Post's Company of Artillery Artificers in General Henry Knox's Brigade and was on the pay roll for April 1778.
 
NICHOLAS BARLOW of Virginia
First name begins with 'O'
OBED BARLOW of Sandwich, Massachusetts, served 3 days as a Private in Captain Ward Swift's Company and marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775 (Battle of Lexington). He was subsequently a Private in Captain Hedge's Company of Major Cushing's Regiment and in Captain Smith's Company on duty at Sandwich guarding the shore. The Department of Interior gives the term of service as three months in the summer and three months in the winter. During the Revolutionary War, Obed Barlow was allowed to "purchase with wool and salt in, and transport out of the State of Connecticut to Barnstable in Massachusetts State, 20 bushels of Indian corn, one barrell of beef, and three hundred pounds of flax."

Obed Barlow applied for a pension on September 15, 1834, when he was living at Newport, Rhode Island. After his death his widow applied for a pension, application no. W15558, on March 5, 1840, when she was 85 and living at Sandwich.

Obed Barlow was born on July 13, 1751, at Sandwich and was the son of Thomas and Mehitable 'Wing' Barlow.   (George Barlow of Sandwich Massachusetts lineage)  

He married his cousin Elizabeth Barlow on September 10, 1772, and they had ten children.

He died on July 17, 1839, at Sandwich and was buried there in the Pocasset Cemetery.
 
OBED BARLOW, of Rochester, Massachusetts, served 7 days as a Private in Captain Earl Clap's Company of Colonel Theophilus Cotton's Regiment of Massachusetts Militia and they marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775 (Battle of Lexington). He served 15 days as a Private in Captain Nathaniel Hammond's Company of Colonel Ebenezer Sprout's Regiment and marched from Rochester to Rhode Island on an alarm in December 1776. He served 32 days as a Private in Captain Samuel Brigg's Company of Colonel Cotton's Regiment of General Palmer's Brigade and marched to Tiverton, Rhode Island, on a secret expedition on September 29, 1777. He then enlisted on July 30, 1780, as a Private in Captain Hammond's Company of Lieutenant Colonel White's 4th Plymouth County Regiment, served 9 days at Rhode Island, and was discharged on August 8, 1780.

Obed Barlow was baptized on February 15, 1737, at Rochester and was the son of George and Ruth 'Barrows' Barlow. (George Barlow of Sandwich Massachusetts lineage

He married first Hannah Hammond on January 28, 1756, at Rochester, second Mary Andrews on January 6, 1771, at Rochester, and third Rebecca Churchill on March 25, 1773, at Plympton, Massachusetts. He had seven children.
First name begins with 'P'
PELEG BARLOW of Massachusetts enlisted on May 20, 1778, as a Private in Captain Enoch Noble's Company of Colonel Ezra Wood's Regiment of Massachusetts Militia and served 8 months 23 days at Peekskill, New York. He was discharged on February 7, 1779. He enlisted on July 18, 1779, as a Private in Captain Samuel Goodrich's Company of Lieutenant Colonel Miles Powell's Berkshire County Regiment of Massachusetts Militia, served 1 month 10 days at New Haven, Connecticut, and was discharged on August 22, 1779. An order for wages was dated September 6, 1779, at Lee, Massachusetts. In the Massachusetts record of his service in Colonel Powell's Regiment Peleg Barlow was erroneously listed as Felix Barlow. No Felix Barlow is known to have existed in New England and it is believed that this was a misreading of the name Peleg Barlow.
 
PETER BARLOW of Orange County, New York, was a member of the Goshen precinct of Orange County Associators in 1775.
First name begins with 'R'
REUBEN BARLOW, of Massachusetts enlisted on March 9, 1781, as a Private in Captain Stephen Churchill's Company of Colonel Theophilus Cotton's Regiment of Massachusetts Militia, served 23 days at Newport, Rhode Island, by order of the Governor on an alarm, and was discharged on March 31, 1781.

Reuben Barlow was born on November 24, 1764, at Rochester, Massachusetts.

He died on December 6, 1833, at Lee, Massachusetts, and was buried there in the Center Cemetery.
 
REUBEN BARLOW was lost at sea during the Revolutionary War    [Mattapoisett & Old Rochester History, Grafton Press, 1907]
 
RICHARD BARLOW of Virginia served in the 4th, 8th and 12th Virginia Regiments of the Continental Line.   (Is he Richard, Isle of Wight Virginia)
 
ROBERT BARLOW of North Carolina was a Private in Wade's Company of the 9th Regiment of the North Carolina Continental Line in 1777-78.      He died on March 12, 1778.
First name begins with 'S'
SAMUEL BARLOW, of Redding, Connecticut, Private, Captain Zalmon Read's (10th) Company, Colonel David Waterbury's (5th) Regiment, Connecticut Continental Line, enlisted in May 1775, and served in the expedition of Generals Schuyler and Montgomery in the fall of 1775 for the capture of Montreal and Quebec. This regiment was part of the quota of 30,000 men raised in New England in the summer of 1775 to aid in the siege of Boston, and to take part, with the New York troops, in the expedition against Canada. Captain Read's Company was recruited mainly in Redding, and marched from that town to Norwalk on June 2, 1775, and the next day to Stamford, where it joined the regiment.

Samuel Barlow was discharged November 28, 1775. On the way home with his brother Aaron, he became very ill and stayed at David Mulford's house at Poughkeepsie, New York. He died there on January 26, 1776. An inscription on his father's gravestone at Redding says "His Son, Mr. Samuel Barlow, resigned his breath in the service of his country. He died and was buried at Rynbeck on return from the victory of St. Johns & Montreal Jan. 26, AD. 1776, aged 23 years."

Samuel Barlow was born on April 3, 1752, at Fairfield, Connecticut, and was the son of Samuel and Esther 'Hull' Barlow.    He did not marry.
 
SAMUEL BARLOW of Stratford, Connecticut, enlisted on July 25, 1775, as a Sergeant and an Artificer in Captain Eli Leavenworth's (10th) Company of Colonel Charles Webb's (7th) Regiment of the Connecticut Continental Line, and was discharged on December 21, 1775. He re-enlisted on September 9, 1776, for three years as a Sergeant and Artificer in Captain Pendleton's Company of Colonel Baldwin's Regiment and received a pension for his services.

Samuel Barlow was born on February 14, 1748, at Stratford, Connecticut.

He lived at Huntington, Connecticut, when he enlisted in 1775. After the war he returned to Huntington. Around 1800 he moved to Middletown, Delaware County, New York, and subsequently to Virgil, Cortland County, New York. He applied for a pension at age 84, application no. S6585, on September 21, 1832, in Cortland County.

He died March 31, 1835, aged 87 years 1 month 9 days, at Virgil, and was buried there in an old cemetery on the Virgil-Messengerville Road.     [DAR Patriot Index]
 
SAMUEL BARLOW, Stockbridge, Massachusetts, Private, Captain Job Woodbridge's Company, Colonel Brown's (Berkshire County) Regiment, enlisted July 8, 1777, served 14 days under Major Caleb Hyde, marched from Stockbridge on the evacuation of Ticonderoga, discharged July 21, 1777.
 
SAMUEL BARLOW, New Jersey (Mercer, Hunterdon or Burlington County), age 24, signed Oath of Allegiance during period February 7-24, 1777, at Trenton.
 
SAMUEL BARLOW, Captain Gideon Brownson's Company, Colonel Seth Warner's Regiment, "Green Mountain Boys", Vermont Militia, on muster role on January 21, 1776, and at Montreal on February 26, 1776. [VT Rev War Rolls]
 
SAMUEL BARLOW, Private, Captain Tehan Noble's Company, Colonel Warren's Regiment, Vermont Militia, served 1 month 16 days from May 4 to June 18, 1779, in defence of the Northern Frontier, for which he was paid \3.8.0. [VT Rev War Rolls]
 
SAMUEL BARLOW, Private, Captain Stephen Calkin's Company, Vermont Militia, served 6 days from March 26, 1780 in an alarm in Rutland County, by order of Colonel Ebenezer Allen, for which he was paid \1.11.4. [VT Rev War Rolls]
 
SAMUEL BARLOW, Private, Captain Elijah Babcock's Company, Major Brown's Detachment, Colonel Ethan Allen's Regiment of "Green Mountain Boys", at Quebec in 1776.
 
SAMUEL BARLOW of Virginia
 
SETH BARLOW, of Rochester, Massachusetts, was a Private in Captain Samuel Brigg's Company of Colonel Theophilus Cotton's Regiment of General Palmer's Brigade. He marched to Tiverton, Rhode Island, on September 29, 1777, on a secret expedition and served 32 days. He enlisted on July 30, 1780, as a Private in Captain Nathaniel Hammond's Company of Lieutenant Colonel White's (4th Plymouth County) Regiment. He served 9 days and was discharged on August 8, 1780. He enlisted on March 9, 1781, as a Private in Captain Stephen Churchill's Company of Colonel Cotton's Regiment. He served 23 days on an alarm at Newport, Rhode Island, by order of the Governor and was discharged on March 31, 1781.

Seth Barlow was baptized on February 15, 1737, at Rochester and was the son of George and Ruth 'Barrows' Barlow. (George Barlow of Sandwich Massachusetts lineage


He married Mary Hammond on September 20, 1767, at Rochester and they had five children.

He was recorded at Rochester in the 1790 census.
 
SILAS BARLOW, of Danbury, Connecticut, was in Colonel Beardsley's Regiment, Connecticut Line, in 1778.

Silas Barlow was born in January, 1738, at Stratford, Connecticut, and was the son of Francis and Elizabeth 'Mitchell' Barlow.    (John Barlow of Fairfield Connecticut lineage)

He married but his wife's name is unknown. They had two children.

He died around the first of May, 1780, at Danbury.
First name begins with 'T'
THEO'S. BARLOW was in the commissary of Colonel Drake's Regiment of Westchester County, New York, Militia in 1776
 
THOMAS BARLOW of Pennsylvania was a Private in Colonel Procter's Artillery in the Pennsylvania Continental Line
 
THOMAS BARLOW, of Amenia, New York, was a Private in the 6th Dutchess County Regiment of New York Militia. He was later an Ensign in Captain Solomon Armstrong's Company in 1786.

Thomas Barlow was born on July 10, 1764, at Amenia and was the son of Moses and Sarah 'Wing' Barlow.    (George Barlow of Sandwich Massachusetts lineage

He married first Amy Delano on September 18, 1783, at Amenia and they had ten children.   He married second Lucy Allerton in 1804 at Amenia and they had eight children.

He died on August 10, 1853, at Amenia and was buried there in the South Amenia Cemetery.        [DAR Patriot Index]
 
THOMAS BARLOW of Virginia was a Private in the Virginia State Line. He was a volunteer with General Lafayette and was a Lieutenant at the battle of Yorktown, Virginia.

Thomas Barlow was born on August 25, 1760/1, in Caroline County, Virginia. He married Susan Childs Isbell and he died on January 30, 1825, at Georgetown, Kentucky, according to the   [DAR Patriot Index]
 
THOMAS BARLOW was born c1761 Isle of Wight Co Virginia & died in 1813 in Laurens Co Georgia

He enlisted in the Revolutionary War when he was about sixteen. He served three years with the Third Virginia [Edmondís] Artillery Regiment and received a discharge on August 23, 1780.

He married 1.) Elizabeth Roscoe 2.) second Mary --------       [DAR Patriot Index]
 
THOMAS BARLOW  served in the Patriot Service in Virginia.     He was born around 1744, he married Mrs. Jane 'Holbrooks' Mapp, and he died in November 1808 in Kentucky   [DAR Patriot Index]
First name begins with 'W'
WARREN BARLOW, of Westford, Vermont, was a Private and served 12 days from April 23, 1778, to May 4, 1778, in a detachment under the command of Captain Nathan Smith which assisted Captain Ebenezer Allen in April 1778 in Vermont. Warren Barlow was paid \1 for his service. ...VT Rev War Rolls...

Warren Barlow was born on June 29, 1752, at Middleborough, Massachusetts, and was the son of William and Joanna 'Warren' Barlow.    (George Barlow of Sandwich Massachusetts lineage)

He died on December 8, 1839, at St. Albans, Vermont.
 
WILLARD BARLOW of Massachusetts was a Sergeant in Captain Moor's Company of Colonel Shepard's Regiment of the Continental Line. He was paid for service from January 1, 1780, to October 30, 1780, and was reported discharged.
 
WILLIAM BARLOW, of Rochester, Massachusetts, was a Private in Captain Earl Clap's Company of Colonel Theophilus Cotton's Regiment. He marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775 -Battle of Lexington-, and served 7 days.

William Barlow was born on July 13, 1742, at Rochester and was the son of Joseph and Abigail 'Wyatt' Barlow and the twin of Wyatt Barlow, below.    (George Barlow of Sandwich Massachusetts lineage)

He married Content Barstow on October 4, 1764, at Rochester and they had five children.

He was recorded at Hardwick, Massachusetts, in the 1790 census and later lived with his son at Pittsford, Vermont.
 
WILLIAM BARLOW, age 26, from Orange, North Carolina, was on board the prison ship "Success-Increase".
 
WILLIAM BARLOW of Virginia
 
WYATT BARLOW, of Rochester, Massachusetts, was commissioned to command the Massachusetts privateer sloop "Warren", with 6 guns and 50 men, on August 21, 1776. The "Warren" was owned by Lemuel Williams and Leonard Jarvis of Dartmouth, Massachusetts.

Wyatt Barlow was born on July 13, 1742, at Rochester and was the son of Joseph and Abigail 'Wyatt' Barlow and the twin of William Barlow, above.    (George Barlow of Sandwich Massachusetts lineage)

He married Susanna Hammond on April 6, 1772, at Rochester and they had ten children.

He died on June 19, 1827, at Hardwick, Massachusetts.
 
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