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12 Jefferson Street, Seneca Falls, New York, USA
12 Jefferson Street, Seneca Falls, New York, USA
2013 Google Maps Street View of the house owned and occupied by the William H. Barton family in 1900. 
 
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1920 Federal Census
1920 Federal Census
Ozark Twp., Colony, Anderson Co., Kansas - Fred, Anna, and Ralph Barton 
 
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1929 film clip of actual Confederate veterans sounding the Rebel Yell.
1929 film clip of actual Confederate veterans sounding the Rebel Yell.
Over one thousand BARTON men served on the Southern side of the American Civil War. While we don't have a recording of one of them sounding the Rebel Yell here's a clip of several veterans emitting this erie sound.  
 
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1930 Federal Census
1930 Federal Census
Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., California - Ralph and Marie Barton 
 
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412 Clayton Street, San Francisco, California, USA
412 Clayton Street, San Francisco, California, USA
Google Street View photo 
 
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<i>RMS TITANIC</i>
RMS TITANIC
RMS TITANIC on her ill-fated maiden voyage. 
 
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Abbie Francis Barton (1848-1930) wife of Thomas Hail Barton (BARTON DNA Project - Lineage V)
Abbie Francis Barton (1848-1930) wife of Thomas Hail Barton (BARTON DNA Project - Lineage V)
Charming and serendipitous biography researched and written by Sangeetha R. Ganesan initiated by her purchase of Abbie's journal from an estate sale on eBay. 
 
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Adaline (Burlison) Barton
Adaline (Burlison) Barton
Status: Located; Headstone of Adaline (Burlison) Barton (1857-1899) 
 
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Albert Goodloe Barton
Albert Goodloe Barton
Status: Located; Headstone 
 
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Alexander (Alejandro) Edward (Eduardo) Savile Barton (1897-   )
Alexander (Alejandro) Edward (Eduardo) Savile Barton (1897- )
Argentinian Businessman. Photograph copied from his Brazilian Immigration Card (age 63) 
 
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Almeda Barton died 1954 and Harry Barton died 1918
Almeda Barton died 1954 and Harry Barton died 1918
Status: Located; Dual Headstone at St. Andrews Church, Buxton, Norfolk, England 
 
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Amanda C. Barton
Amanda C. Barton
Status: Located; Headstone 
 
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American Civil War Parole Document of Hugh Montgomery Barton (1842-1924)
American Civil War Parole Document of Hugh Montgomery Barton (1842-1924)
Dated March 16, 1865 - 1st SC Infantry 
 
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An Irish BARTON Family
An Irish BARTON Family
A history of the Thomas Barton family of Norwich in Norfolk, England, who came to Ireland in 1599. 
 
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Another Wagon Story
Another Wagon Story
The recounting of a frightening incident on the trail in Colorado involving Welborn "Doc" Barton's bride, a light spring wagon, and a band of Cheyenne Indians. Reprinted from the Barton Bulletin, 1976 Easter edition. 
 
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Application for Headstone for 1LT Fred Anthony Barton (19213-1945), USAAF
Application for Headstone for 1LT Fred Anthony Barton (19213-1945), USAAF
Application by his (remarried) widow Lillie (Glass) Barton Adam 
 
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Archie Rasbery Barton (1899-   )
Archie Rasbery Barton (1899- )
British Merchant Seaman Identity Certificate No. 415875 
 
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Armestead Barton
Armestead Barton
Status: Located; Headstone 
 
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Asel Barton (  -aft Jul 1822)
Asel Barton ( -aft Jul 1822)
Transcription of his Last Will and Testament bequeathing his Estate to his twelve children and his current wife Delily 
 
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Asel Barton (  -aft Jul 1823)
Asel Barton ( -aft Jul 1823)
Scanned images of his Will. See separate file for a transcription. 
 
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Bailey Anderson Barton and Margurite C. (Webb) Barton
Bailey Anderson Barton and Margurite C. (Webb) Barton
Status: Located; Dual headstone 
 
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Baker Family Bible
Baker Family Bible
Barton page from Baker Family Bible 
 
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Baker-Barton Bible
Baker-Barton Bible
Births, Marriages and Deaths pages from the Baker-Barton Family Bible 
 
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Barton Elementary School - Fort Collins, Colorado
Barton Elementary School - Fort Collins, Colorado
Barton Elementary was named after two sisters. Sue Barton was the principal of Rockwood School for 17 years and her sister Minnie had been the principal at the Laporte Avenue school for 28 years. 
 
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Barton Family Bible Births
Barton Family Bible Births
Births page from family bible of John Joseph Barton and his wife Jincy Ann Joyner - BRANCH: David Barton b. abt 1730 Stafford County VA md. Ruth Oldham - DNA Lineage I 
 
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Barton Family Bible Births_2
Births page from family bible of George Walter Barton and his wife Loretta Marie
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Barton Family Bible Deaths
Barton Family Bible Deaths
Deaths page from family bible of John Joseph Barton and his wife Jincy Ann Joyner - BRANCH: David Barton b. abt 1730 Stafford County VA md. Ruth Oldham - DNA Lineage  
 
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Barton Family Bible Deaths_2
Barton Family Bible Deaths_2
Deaths page from family bible of George Walter Barton and his wife Loretta Marie 
 
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Barton Family Bible Marriages_2
Barton Family Bible Marriages_2
Marriages page from family bible of George Walter Barton and his wife Loretta Marie 
 
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Barton Home Place (James Barton Farm)
Barton Home Place (James Barton Farm)
Barton Home Place in Happy Hollow, near Folsom, Bartow County, Georgia, USA. This family are members of our BARTON DNA Project Lineage I - Thomas Barton md Sarah Wilson 
 
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Barton House - Hancock, Maryland, USA
Barton House - Hancock, Maryland, USA
Located on the Old National Road, the Barton House was an important inn located on Main Street during the period 1860-1902. Hancock was described in 1879 as "the busiest village on the road". 
 
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Barton Milestone in Lancashire
Barton Milestone in Lancashire
On the highway between Preston and Garstang, Lancashire, United Kingdom 
 
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Barton's Cash Store
Barton's Cash Store
It must have been nearly the entire population of Amoret, Missouri, gathered in front of Fred Barton's Cash Store. Tragically, shortly after this photo was taken Fred's teenage son Isaac Truman Barton was killed in a lighting gasoline explosion in the store. 
 
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Bartons Celebrate Christmas in 1776
Bartons Celebrate Christmas in 1776
An account of an early Rebel victory over the British forces in the American Revolutionary War. Many defeats would follow during the ensuing five years until the climactic Battle of Yorktown in October 1781. 
 
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Benny Allen Barton (1888-1962)
Benny Allen Barton (1888-1962)
The family of Benny Allen Barton (BARTON DNA Branch: Lineage VII), photo taken circa 1918 in Wilton, Kentucky. Family members: 1-Mildred, 2-Cleta, 3-Harold, 4-Benny Allen, 5-Bertha Ada (Fore), 6-Maggie, 7-Earl 
 
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Benny and Bertha (Fore) Barton
Benny and Bertha (Fore) Barton
Benny Allen Barton (1882-1962) and Bertha (Fore) Narton (1892-1966) outside the old cabin. 
 
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Bernadine Barton (1916-   )
Bernadine Barton (1916- )
Daughter of William H. and Stella (Hawley) Barton - BARTON DNA Project Lineage XII 
 
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Bernard Christopher Barton (1937-2010) and his wife Shirley (1940-2013)
Bernard Christopher Barton (1937-2010) and his wife Shirley (1940-2013)
Status: Located; Beautiful headstone at Holy Trinity and All Saints Parish Church, Norfolk, England 
 
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Brig. Gen. Seth Maxwell Barton, CSA
Brig. Gen. Seth Maxwell Barton, CSA
Seth Maxwell Barton was a U.S. Army officer and, then, a brigadier general in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil War. He later became noted as a chemist.

 
 
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Buzz Barton (1913-1980)
Buzz Barton (1913-1980)
A juvenile actor in silent era films, an accomplished adult actor who appeared in dozens of b-western films in the 1930s and 1940s. He also was a rodeo wrangler and even performed in circuses! A copy of his 1929 film PALS OF THE PRAIRIE is in the Library of Congress, Motion Pictures & Television reading room. 
 
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Cadet Joseph Edward Barzynski (1910-1978)
Cadet Joseph Edward Barzynski (1910-1978)
Photo taken for his 1934 Howitzer Annual at the United States Military Acadamy, West Point (Class of 1934). He later changed his surname to Barton and retired as a Col., USAF 
 
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Cadet Paul L. Barton (1911-1985)
Cadet Paul L. Barton (1911-1985)
Photo taken for his 1934 Howitzer Yearbook at the United States Military Academy, West Point (Class of 1934). He retired as a Brigadier General, USAF. 
 
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Carra Bonnie (Barton) Hudgins
Carra Bonnie (Barton) Hudgins
Status: Located; Wife of Richard Elice Hudgins 
 
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Charles Barton (1851-1926)
Charles Barton (1851-1926)
Police Officer in Newburgh, Orange Co., New York USA 
 
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Charles R. Barton (1891-abt 1900)
Charles R. Barton (1891-abt 1900)
Son of Harold Gray and Ida Mae (Orchutt) Barton, BARTON DNA Lineage V 
 
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Charles Robert Barton (1832-1918) and family
Charles Robert Barton (1832-1918) and family
A family photo discovered on-line at FamilySearch of this important BARTON DNA Lineage XV family at The Waterfront, County Fermanagh, Ireland. Charles and his wife Henrietta are seated; his daughter Henrietta is standing third-from-right in black dress. 
 
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Charley Barton (1904-1971) and wife Rhonda Ann (Haggard) Barton (1904-1996)
Charley Barton (1904-1971) and wife Rhonda Ann (Haggard) Barton (1904-1996)
 
 
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Chas Robt BARTON _Ireland (1).jpg
Chas Robt BARTON _Ireland (1).jpg
A family photo discovered on-line at FamilySearch of this important BARTON DNA Lineage XV family at The Waterfront, County Fermanagh, Ireland. Charles and his wife Henrietta are seated; his daughter Henrietta is standing third-from-right in black dress. 
 
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Civil War Pension Application Index Card (Union) of Hiram Barton
Civil War Pension Application Index Card (Union) of Hiram Barton
Civil War and Later Veterans Pension Index (www.footnote.com) and General Index to Pension Files NARA T288 (www.ancestry.com) contain a card for each veteran who applied showing his date of application, application number and certificate number if approved. On the same card is displayed similar information for his widow (if applicable). His date of death is also displayed. 
 
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Col. William Brainerd Barton (1835-1891)
Col. William Brainerd Barton (1835-1891)
Started his military service as a Captain and rose quickly to Colonel. The 48th NY Inf. was known as a real fighting regiment in which Col. Barton was wounded several times. He later led Barton's Brigade consisting of his old unit the 48th NY Regt. and the 47th and 115th NY Regiments. In March 1865 he was promoted to Brevet Brigadier General in recognition of his wartime services. 
 

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