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GENEALOGY COLLECTION

ALLEN COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY

GENEALOGY 9E9.e
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THE

Barker Genealogy
GIVING THE

NAMES AND DESCENDANTS


&

Several Ancestors,

Who

Settled in the United

States

Previous to the Declaration of Inde-

pendence, A. D. 1776.

FROM THE MOST AUTHENTIC SOURCES.

Compiled and Edited by

JAMES

C.
cow

PARSHALL

ESQ..

PRELIMINARY EGOTISM.
It

208944
oi

seems to be the conventional and approved method

procedure,

when one

has written a book, to write a preface, either


it,

by way

of apology for having written


itself.

or as a raison d'etre for

the book

I confess that I

know
its

of no particular excuse
left

which might serve

as a palliation for

what I have done, or

undone, and the book must show

own

reason for existence.

I expect it will meet with adverse criticism, both deserved and undeserved, for no once can appreciate more fully than myself how much there is in it and out of it to furnish a

fair

mark

for the critic.


feast he

It is a truism that,

"when a man

makes a
friends."

more

certainly invites his critics than his

So far
research

as I

am

cognizant, I

am

the

the pioneer in this field of

plored lines

pathway along the hitherto unexof the subject-matter of this work; and no one, who
first

to blaze a

has never undertaken a similar task, can appreciate the magni-

tude of the labor involved in collecting and compiling the matter


contained in even so brief a volume as the one which follows.
I shall esteem
it

a personal favor if

my

readers will supply

me
rect

with any information in their possession, relating to the sub-

which may have escaped my research; or corany inaccuracies which may appear in the work itself; and, some time, perhaps, Deo volente, I may issue a "second revised
ject of the work,
edition, greatly enlarged

and improved,"'

as the prospectuses say.

In conclusion, I venture

to express the

hope that

my

little

book may
I place

fall into

the hands of indulgent friends rather than of


so,

captious critics; and


it

without further explanation or apology,

before you.

The
Y., July 25, 1897.

Editor.

Middletowx,

THE NAME AND RACE.


Years ago I was treated
self

to

an explanation of the genesis of


calling

the race and patronymic of the Barkers

member
of

of the family

who,

by a gentleman himupon me in the pur-

suit of

course

knowledge anent the subject of our ancestry, in the our conversation, regaled me with the following
years ago, long before the era of railroads, steam-

anecdote

Many

before Washington had immorby telling the truth, or Columbus had ventured his frail caravels upon an unknown sea; before the Wars of the Koses had plunged a nation into fratracidal strife, or Magna Charter had been wrung from the reluctant hand of a tyrant king, a gentleman of ancient and aristocratic lineage, whose
boats, telegraphs or trolleys;

talized himself

patrimony extended over one of the

fairest portions of

England,

was aroused one night from


of his dogs.
eral

his slumbers

by the

violent barking

Objurgations addressed to the canine race in gen-

and

his

own yelping pack

in particular, proving ineffectual

pow-wow, and the sedative and nocturnal boot- jack proving powerless to induce them to retire to their kennel and meditate in solitude and silence upon the theory of a man in the moon, he sent his servant to ascertain the cause of the disto quell the

turbance.
basket, in

The menial soon

returned, bearing in his hands a

which peacefully reposed

a babe, the unconscious

object of the dogs' aversion.

Struck with the beauty of the child,

and moved to pity at the sight of its helpless innocence, the nobleman having no children of his own decided to adopt the little waif, which he immediately did; and, in memory of

it

the canine racket which had

first

brought

to his attention,

he named

it

"Barker."

I give the foregoing story without in any

manner avouch-


ing
its

historical accuracy.

If the reader chooses to accept

it

as truth,

he must do so upon his own responsibility.


to relegate

As

a judi-

cial historian

and veracious chronicler I must confess that I

am

tempted
little

hatchet,

company and Jack and the Bean


it

to the

of

George Washington's Stalk, and all the other

myths and legends which used


a thief in the night, to ravish
ished beliefs.

to delight our childhood hours,

before the skepticism of maturer years had stolen upon us, like

away our

holiest

and most cherof the ori-

A more probableif less romantic explanation


gin of the

name

is

to be

found

in the

custom which obtained

centuries ago in most of the nations which to-day are called


"civilized," of

men

taking their names from the nature of their

vocations,

the locality of their habitations, historical events,

or incidents of a personal nature.


lish vernacular,

"Barker," in the early Eng-

signified a tanner,

honest, if odoriferous, occupation,

and it was, doubtless, this which furnished a name to

our ancestors of blessed memory.

character in one of Beau-

mont and
"I

Fletcher's comedies, in reply to a query

from

his Lord,

as to his calling, replies:

am a barker, sir, by trade." Both the name and the race are English, and have been
when
the

since a time

memory

of

man runneth

not to the conheirs,

trary

and a baronetcy, which had lapsed, through want of

awaits the enterprising

young American Barker who can prove,

as well as read, "his title clear."

I have often heard expression given to the sentiment

thoughtlessly, of course

that "all the Barkers

must be related

to

each other;" and that a

common

ancestor would be found

by

"going back far enough."

moment's
of

reflection will serve to

show the

fallacy of this idea

unless, indeed,

we

choose to go

mankind for tanners or barkers, in different parts of the country, would adopt the name of their vocation without reference to others in the same trade; and consanguinity could no more be predicated upon the similarity of name than upon the similarity of occupation.
back to the
ancestor

common

While

in

no sense of a martial nature, the Barkers have

ever been found in the front rank of the country's defenders,

when

foreign levy or domestic treason has threatened the sta-

bility of

our institutions. Every war of the Republic has found numbers of them among its defenders, and none has ever yet brought discredit upon the name he bore. In the more peaceful paths of civil life the race has been characterized by simplicity of habits, sturdy manhood, and rugged honesty. In every calling the name has been a synonym for sobriety, industry and integrity.

In peace or war, like the Chevalier Bayard, they have evei been sans penr et sans reprocke.

THE LINE OF EPHRAIM BARKER.

BARKER, EPHRAIM,
"went West," and
ried
all trace

came

to

this

country with his


it

brother Richard, at some date prior to 1752. Richard,


of

appears,

him has been


27, 1752.

lost.

Ephraim mar-

Hannah Grove, February

Their children were:

William, born November 18,1753; Hannah, born September 15,

1754; John, born December 18, 1756; Ephraim, born February 28, 1759; Nathan, born June
other children
believe,
is

8,

1761.

There were
is

Calvin and Dolly, who, there


eldest son of

also two some reason to


this

were children by a second wife; but the evidence of

not conclusive.

BARKER, WILLIAM,
in

Ephraim and Hannah

(Grove) Barker, born Pomfret, Conn., November 18, 1753; died

Madison county, N. Y., where there is evidence a son of his, Ephraim by name, died in the fall of 1887, leaving a daughter,
that

whose married name was Hazzard, residing at Earlville (?) in county. Patient and persistent research, however, has failed to disclose any further clue to his descendants. He was
a soldier in the

War

of the Revolution, and was in the battles


Hill.

of Lexington and

Bunker

BARKER, HANNAH,

daughter of Ephraim and Hannah

(Grove) Barker, born Pomfret, Conn., September 15, 1754. I have no record of her death, marriage or descendants. BARKEE, JOHX, son of Ephraim and Hannah (Grove)
Barker, born Pomfret, Conn., December 18, 1756; died Stoddard, K. H.,

March

15, 1834; married Esther Richardson (born

Leominster, Mass., died Stoddard, X. EL, July 17, 1806), at Leominster, Mass., July
9,

1786.

Their children were:

John, born

January 24, 1787; William, born October 20, 1788; Eranklin, born Leominster, Mass., July 12, 1790, died Stoddard, X. EL, April 12, 1799; Sally, born May 23, 1792; Cephas and Cicero,
born December
7,

1793; Betsy, born July

4,

1795; Albemarle,

born June 13, 1797; Lerenzy and Louise, born Stoddard, X.


H., January 16, 1799; Louise died at birth; Lerenzy died at Xewton, Mass., July 20, 1845, unmarried; Ephraim, born Feb-

ruary 10, 1801; Eranklin, born April 11, 1803; Almira, born

December
1806; died

8,

1804; Nathan, born Stoddard, X.

at the

same place July 21, 1806.


2,

of this subject was Mrs. Sally AVarren (nee

II., June 25, The second wife Guild). They were

married at Stoddard, X. EL, December


were:

1S06.

Their children

Samuel Guild, born October 16, 1807; Luman, born July 8, 1809; Mary, born December 2, 1811; Harriet Xewell, born January 7, 1819. John Barker served through the War of the Revolution in the Continental army, as private and Orderly Sergeant; he was at the battles of Lexington and Bunker Hill; at Saratoga, when Burgoyne surrendered; he accompanied Benedict Arnold on his expedition to Quebec he was with General Sullivan in his Indian campaign, and with Colonel Alden. at Cherry Valley, when the latter fell. He lived to see the nation he had helped to create and sustain, rich and prosperous at home, honored and respected abroad, and great in all the elements which constitute the grandeur of nations. BARKER, EPHRAIM, third son of Ephraim and Hannah (Grove) Barker, born Pomfret, Conn., February 28, 1759. He had a son, Silas G., who was the father of the late Dr. Eph;

raim Barker, of Londonderry, Yt.


is

This branch of the family

nearly extinct

Mrs. Abbie

S.

Farnsworth, of Chester Depot,

Vt., a daughter of Dr. Barker,

believe, the only surviving representatives.

and an only brother, being, I Mrs. Farnsworth


is

writes:

"There are but few of our branch now; only one male,

who

bears the family name, and this

my

brother."

BARKER, NATHAN,

fourth son of Ephraim and Han-

nah (Grove) Barker, born Pomfret, Conn., June 8, 1761; marTheir children were: ried Lydia Barker, November 27, 1783.
James, born March
5,

1785, died

May

6,

1788; Elisha, born

December

13, 1786, died unmarried; Calvin,


3,

born January 24,

1789; Dolly, born December

1790, died March 29, 1812,

unmarried; Roxanna, born December 26, 1792; Nathan, born


April 14, 1795; Sitnah, born February 25, 1797; Gilbert, born

March

13, 1799;

Cyrus Grove, born

May

13, 1801; Lydia,


6,

born

May

2,

1803; William Sedgwick, born June

1807.

Nathan

was, like his brothers, a soldier in the

War

for Independence,

and the stone which marks


inscription

his final earthly bivouac bears this

"A

Soldier of the Revolution."


I have not the record of his death nor

sublime epitaph.

that of his wife.

BARKER, CALVIN
spectively, of

and

DOLLY,

son and daughter, re-

Ephraim and Hannah (Grove) Barker. I have no records bearing upon them. They seem to have been children of a second marriage, but this is not certain. They both married and settled there is some evidence in Troy, N. Y., her married name being Mack. BARKER, JOHN, eldest son of John and Esther (Rich-

ardson) Barker, born Leominster, Mass., January 24, 1787; died

Stoddard, N. H., March 15, 1834; married Susan Bigelow (born December 17,1792, died May 14,1860), of Leominster, Mass., in West Boylston, Mass., January 1, 1815. They had six children,
all

born in Leominster, Mass.,


6,

as follows:

Mary

Jane, born

October

1815; George Washington, born March 30, 1817; Dolly Miranda, born February 9, 1819, died Leominster, Mass.,
10,

December

1841; Julia Ann, born June 12, 1821, died Chel-

sea, Mass.,

September, 1872; Frances Louise, born February 11,

1824, married Worcester, Mass., June 1861, died West Boylston, Mass.,
4,

March, 1867; John Quincy Adams, born September


son of John and Esther (Richard-

1826.

BARKER, WILLIAM,
acuse,
1ST.

son) Barker, born Leominster, Mass., October 20,1788; died Syr-

Y., April 30, 1854; married

Phebe Rose,

of Onondaga,

X. Y.

Their children were:

William, born Onondaga, N. Y.,

August, 17, 1814, died Onondaga, January 22, 1815; John William, born

1818.

March 11, 1816; Cephus Cicero, born January 28, Phebe Rose died at Onondaga, X. Y. The second wife
Conn,

of this subject was Esther Riggs Orton, of Lichfield,

(born 1797, second daughter of

granddaughter of

Arunah and Lois (Gibbs) Orton, Samuel Orton and Remembrance Gibbs, and
!N\

great-granddaughter of Zebulon Gibbs), married Dewitt,

Y.

James Morris, born Manlius, 1ST. Y., August 19, 1820; killed in the great gunpowder explosion at Syracuse, N. Y., on the twenty-first anniversary of his birth, August Y., August 12, 1823; 19, 1841; Phebe Ann, born Manlius, Lucy Maria, born November 9, 1824; Rachel Hall, born December 16, 1825; Esther Almira, born January 25, 1828; Henry Martyn, born September 23, 1829; Mary, born November 26, 1830; Elizabeth, born September 11, 1835; Adnah, born February 21,1837; Daniel Webster, born January 14,1839. Mr. Barker was a man of character and dignity, and prominent in public
Their children were:

life

purity of his private life was spotless, and his public was without blemish. He was a large contractor, and conamong structed, in whole or in part, many great public works
affairs; the

them the Erie Canal,


his death

of which he built portions.

Shortly before

he took a passive part in the rescue of "Jerry," a fugu-

tive slave,

from the United States authorities, who held him under the provisions of the infamous Fugitive Slave Law. The
history of Syracuse.
"first citizens"

record of this rescue forms the most thrilling chapter in the local
It

was conceived and carried out by the

of the city, and their descendants to this day refer


(?)

with pride to the participation of their fathers in this lawless


in

proceeding.

Mrs. Barker survived her husband


1,

many

years, dy-

ing at Syracuse, N. Y., February

1881, in the eighty-fifth

year of her age.

BARKER, CEPHAS,
August
county,
10,

son of John and Esther (Richard-

son) Barker, born Leominster, Mass.,

December 7, 1793; died 1857; married Mary Jewett, of Berkshire, Tioga Y. (died Berkshire, February 16, 1861), at that place,

February 20, 1821. Their children were: George William, born September 11, 1S24, died September 13, 1826; Sarah Ann, born July 14, 1826; Almira Jane, born January 30, 1829; George
William, born July
5,

BARKER, CICERO,
minster, Mass.,

1831; Charles Henry, born July 25, 1833. son of John and Esther (Richardson)

Barker, and twin brother of the preceding subject, born Leo-

December 7, 1793; died Onondaga East Hill, June 22, 1870; married Mary Satterly, of New Windsor, Orange county, N. Y. (born February 20, 1790), near Jamesville, Onondaga county, X. Y., August 19, 1817. Their children were: John Satterly, born November 5, 1818; Esther
Y.,

Louisa, born February 20, 1821;


shire,

Hannah Nancy, born Berksame place September


4,

N. Y., January

16, 1823, died

1826;

Mary Ann, born

Berkshire, X. Y., October 26, 1825, died

same place September 7, 1826; De Witt Clinton, born Berkshire, N. Y, October 27, 1827, died same place March 5, 1828; Benjamin Franklin, born May 10, 1829; William Henry, born July
1831; Mary Ann, born Onondaga, East Hill, N. Y., August 1833, died same place September 9, 1834. Cicero was one of the pioneers of Onondaga county, N. Y. Locating there on
17,
7,

his arrival in Central

New

riage he

removed

to Berkshire,

York, within a year after his marTioga county, N. Y., where he

remained until 1833, when he returned to Onondaga and purchased the farm on East Hill, which is still held by some of his descendants. "He was Captain of Militia while in Berkshire;
held the offices of Supervisor and Assessor in Onondaga; was a member of the M. E. Church for about fifty years before his death." His widow survived his death many years, dying at the advanced age of ninety-six years.
also,

TYLER, BETSY,
30, 1877; married

daughter of John and Esther (Richard-

son) Barker, born Leominster, Mass., July 4, 1795; died

May

Moody

Tyler.

throughout the Western States.

Her descendants are scattered Some years ago she had a


son of John and Esther (Rich1ST.

daughter, Jane Tyler, living in Boise City, Idaho.

BARKER, ALBEMARLE,
ardson) Barker, born Stoddard,

IL, June 13, 1797; died

Newton Upper

Falls, Mass., April 18,

1848; married Abigal A.


1800).

Erancis, of Marblehead, Mass. (born July 17,

Their

children were: Albemarle, William Francis, Horace Rice, Abigal

Ann, Adelia Sarah, Ellen Amanda, John

Francis,

Mary

Louise.

BARKER, EPHRAIM,

son of John and Esther (Richard-

son) Barker, born Stoddard, N. H., February, 10, 1801; died

Walpole, N. H., September 13, 1875; married Lydia Vinton


(born Granby, Mass., August 27, 1805; died Walpole, N. H.,

March

17, 1871),

September

15, 1825.

Their children,

all

born

in Granby, were:

Catherine, born January 12, 1827;

John

Vinton, born July 23, 1828; Ann, born July 19, 1830, died

Granby, September, 1834; Sophia Dwight, born February 11, 1833; William Abbot, born January 31, 1835; Horace Rice,
born

May

6,

1837;

Ann
6,

Ursula, born

March

17, 1840;

Ephraim

Wilder, born August


1847.

1844; Susan Roxanna, born March 28,


son of John and Esther (Rich1ST.

BARKER, FRANKLIN,
ardson) Barker, born Stoddard,

H., April 11, 1803; died On-

ondaga, N. Y., July 13, 1858; married April 15, 1826, Betsey,

daughter of Levi and Polly (Whipple) Blood (born Stoddard,


H.,

IS.

November

16, 1808; died Lyons, la.,

Their children were:

February 28, 1894). Omera M., born January 27, 1827, died
E.,

June, 1887; William R., bora

June

16, 1830;
1,

Eckford

born

May 20, May 30,


5,

1828; Sarah A., born

1832; died Lyons,

la., J.,

May

1887; Cornelius

T.,

bora June 15, 1834; Emeline

born April 30, 1840, died September


April 29, 1843; Charles H.,

1889; George W., bora


31, 1847;

bom December
12

Mary

E.,

born February 11, 1851.

RUSSELL, ALMIRA,
February
3,

daughter of John and Esther (Rich-

H., December 8, 1804; died 1885; married Daniel Russell (died October 10, 1856) at Leominster, Mass., May 21, 1834. Their children, all born at Newton Lower Falls, Mass., were: Almira B., born April 6, 1835; Harriet A., born September 19, 1839; Emily C born August 23, 1841.

ardson) Barker, born Stoddard,

BARKER, SAMUEL GUILD,


(Guild- Warren) Barker, born Stoddard,

son of

6, 1807married Sarah Towne, of Marlowe, N. H. (died Onondaga, Y., June 9, 1864), at that place, May 18, 1837. Their children were: Samuel (deceased); Ann; Cynthia S. (deceased); Granville; Helen M. The second wife of this subject was Phebe Sears {nee Myers), of South Granby, Oswego county, N. Y., at which place they were married November 29, 1865. Mr. Barker, when I first made his acquaintance, was an octogenarian, but strong and active, in the enjoyment of rugged health and in possession

K H., October

John and Sally

8, 1809 He left and went to St. Lawrence county tf Y where he married and had four children. He afterward moved to Wisconsin, where he again married, and had two children He was instantly killed at a house-raising

excellence of his memory, extending over a period of more than three-quarters of a century that I am indebted for a vast amount of data, and miscellaneous information on the subject of this work, and it is with pleasure that 1 take the opportunity of making acknowledgment of the debt I owe to him. He died at Onondaga, N. Y., a few years ago BARKER, LUMAN, son of John and Sally (GuildWarren) Barker, born Stoddard N. H., July
is

of

all his faculties.

It

to the

home

in early life

at

April 18, 1859.


lost.

Port Eulo, Wis

Since his death

all trace

of his family has been

Barker

FOX, MARY, daughter of John and Sally bom Stoddard, H, December

(Guild-Warren)
1811; married

2,

Uipheht Fox, of Stoddard,


phildren were:

Sarah

J.,

March

26, 1843, died at

1837 Their 1840; George D., born the battle of Antietam, 1862; Samuel
born March
9,

at that place, April 18,

13

B.,

born July 29, 1846; Marianna, born July 19, 1852.


resides at

Mrs.

Fox

Southampton, Mass.
daughter of John

WORCESTER, HARRIET NEWELL,


ary
7,

and Sally (Guild- Warren) Barker, born Stoddard, N. H., Janu1819; married
"Worcester.

Resides Marlborough

Depot, Mass.

BARKER, CALVIN,
5,
6,

son of Nathan and Lydia (Baker)

Barker, born Pomfret, Conn., January 24, 1789; died January

1853; married Lucy Washburn


1833),

Woodward

(died

November

29,

1825.

Their children were:

November Lucy

Ann, born January 10, 1832; Calvin Woodward, born October 21, 1833. The second wife of this subject was Lucy Bliss (died March 3, 1888), of Springfield, Mass.; married April 3, 1836. RINDGE, ROXANNA, daughter of Nathan and Lydia (Baker) Barker, born December 26, 1792; died June 17, 1884; married Royal Rindge (died February 12, 1878), May 12, 1818. Their children were: Lucius, born November 14, 1826; Henry Alfred, born April 9, 1832. BARKER, NATHAN, son of Nathan and Lydia (Baker) Barker, born Stafford, Conn., April 14, 1795; died November 18, 1865; married Eunace Austin, of Longmeadow, Mass. (died May 18, 1865), August 1, 1818. Their children were: Maria,
born

May

3,

1819; Austin, born February

6,

1821; Emily, born

June
ette,

11, 1823; Adolphus,

born June 28, 1827; George Lafaydaughter of Nathan and

born November 30, 1834.

BURR, SITNAH BARKER,

Lydia (Baker) Barker, born Pomfret, Conn., February 25, 1797; died July 8, 1870; married Alanson Burr (died November 25,
1823),

November

23, 1820.

Her second husband was


3,

Elisha

Burr (died January


children were:
tilda,

16, 1863); married October 9, 1825.

Their

Harriet Cornelia, born July


8,

1826; Ellen Ma-

born September

1828; George Mallory, born January


son of Nathan and Lydia (Baker)

20, 1834.

BARKER, GILBERT,
Barker, born Pomfret, Conn.,

March 13, 1799; died October 2, 1883; married Persis King, of Palmer, Mass. (died June 30,

1887),

November

16, 1824.

Their children were:

John King,

born September 26, 1825; George Franklin, born April 12, 1830; Sarah Jane, born May 9, 1832; Maria M., born November
22, 1837.

BARKER, CYRUS GROVE,


(Baker) Barker, born

son of Nathan and Lydia

May
2,

13, 1801; married Eliza

King, of

Ludlow, Mass., February

1826.

Their children were:

Mary

August 22, 1831, died April 16, 1832; Lydia Jane, born June 13, 1833; John Nathan, born November 11, 1836; died August 27, 1838; Judson Cyrus, born February 17, 1839; George Jerome, born November 6, 1842. The wives of Cyrus G. and the preceding
Jenette, born July 13, 1828; Calvin Fayette, born

Gilbert were

sisters.

HILLS, LYDIA, daughter


Barker, born Ashford, Conn.,

of

Nathan and Lydia (Baker)


1803; died

May

2,

married Sylvester Hills, of Palmer, Mass. (died

August

28, 1828.

They had one son

Lyman

May 23, 1884; May 26, 1830),


Sylvester, born

May

29, 1829.

BARKER, WILLIAM SEDGWICK,


Lydia (Baker) Barker, born June
April
5, 6,

son of Nathan and

1807; died Towanda, Kan.,

1885; married Hersey Knowlton, of Wilbraham, Mass.

(died Towanda, Kan., October 12, 1868),

March

4,

1830.

Their

children were:

Lybenah, who in early girlhood adopted the

name
18,

of Lillie,

by which she was thenceforth known, born April


E.,

1834; Loisette, born June 13, 1838; died June 26, 1864;

William and Wesley

born August

5,

September

10, 1844; Delbert Leroy, born

1842; Sherrod, born February 1, 1846.


1815;

BUTLER,

MARY

JANE,

daughter of John and Susan


6,

(Bigelow) Barker, born Leominster, Mass., October


died September, 1896.

BARKER, GEORGE WASHINGTON,


1817; resides West Boylston, Mass.

son of John and

Susan (Bigelow) Barker, born Leominster, Mass., March 30,

BARKER, JOHN QUINClr ADAMS,


Susan (Bigelow) Barker, born September
Sophia Dwight Barker
(q. v.), in

son of John and

1826; married Granby, Mass., November 25,


4,

Their children are: Lizzie Sophia, born October 28, 1853, died Fitchburg, Mass., March 5, 1876; Edward Adams, born August 4, 1856; John Ephraim, born June 7, 1861; George
1852.

Henry, born July 24, 1863; died December 10, 1863. Mr. and Mrs. Barker reside at South Framingham, Mass., and the editor
herewith extends to them his thanks for much valuable' information rendered to him in the preparation of this work. BARKER, JOHN WILLIAM, son of William and Phebe
(Rose) Barker, born Onondaga, X. Y.,
Syracuse,
1ST.

March

11, 1S16; died

Y.,

May

20, 1892; married Elizabeth Jane Filkins,

Y., July 20, 1843. She died at Oneida, 1ST. Y., September 20, 1848. His second wife was Mary Caroline Munger, daughter of the late Judge Munger, of Owego, X. Y. married January 16, 1851. Their children were: Frederick Wilof Syracuse,

December 3, 1851; Caroline Munger (deceased); March 15, 1857; Gertrude Elizabeth, born March 30, 1860; John Guy, born March 10, 1862; Catherine Townsend, born August 21, 1864; Thomas Rose (deceased); Mary Adelaide, born July 4, 1869. The subject of this sketch
liam, born

Philip Alanson, born

was for many years one of the foremost citizens of Syracuse. He served on the Board of Aldermen, in the Board of Supervisors, and as School Commissioner. He was considered one of
the most sagacious, as he was one of the most successful business

men

in the city.

Xo man

engaged in the
its

salt

industry at Syrahe.

cuse ever had a larger experience in

manufacture than
to it;

He

was considered an authority with reference


to give expert

and on

various occasions was called before committees of the Legislature

and of Congress

testimony relating to

it.

BARKER, CEPHAS CICERO,


Sault de Ste. Marie, Mich., August

son of William and Phebe

(Rose) Barker, born Onondaga, X. Y., January 28, 1818; died


7,

1886; married Mary


Mass., February 1,

Elizabeth Crocker, of

West Stockbridge,

1843.

Their children were:

Charles Smith, Elizabeth Sophia.

He

was a prominent contractor and builder in his life time, and many government works of vast magnitude; among those on which he was engaged for many years being the great
constructed
16

Sault Ste. Marie Canal, between Lakes Superior and Huron.

was also a large operator in the oil region of Pennsylvania, immediately after the discovery of oil in the "60's."

He

BARKER, PHEBE AKN, eldest daughter of William and Esther (Orton) Barker, born Manlius, X. Y., August 12,
1823.

"Aunt Phebe"

resides with her sister, Mrs. Parshall, at

Syracuse, N. Y.

CONKEY, LUCY MARIA,


married

daughter of William and

Esther (Orton) Barker, born Manlius, N. Y.,

November

9,

1824;
1ST.

Lyman

Willard Conkey (died 1869), at Syracuse,

Y.,

August 12, 1847. Their children are: William Henry, born September 1,1848; Charles Howard (deceased); Edward Adams, August 1, 1855; Vernie Willard, born December 21, 1861. Mrs. Conkey resides at Syracuse, 1ST. Y. BARKER, RACHEL HALL, daughter of William and Esther (Orton) Barker, born Manlius, 1ST. Y., December 16, 1825. Of an affectionate nature and generous to a fault, "Aunt Date," as she was always known, enjoyed the friendship and esteem of all whose privilege it was to know her. Stricken with blindness in the closing years of her life, and afflicted with a painful and incurable malady, she yet bore her afflictions with
heroic fortitude to the end.
18, 1882.

She died
it

at Syracuse,

X. Y., April

In

this

connection

may not

be out of place to repro-

duce from the "Syracuse Evening Journal," of April 20, 1882,


the following poem, which was the spontaneous tribute of affection of a lady of the neighborhood in

which she

lived:

"AUNT DATE."
Did you know
Such
a
her, did

you love her ?

A strong soul for any fate


warm and
friends,

steadfast lover

Of her
Hear the

was dear Aunt Date.

little children whisper 'Mid the quiet tears they shed: "Oh, mamma dear, did you know it;

Did vou know Aunt Date was dead?"

All these weary months of suffering

They have asked so tenderly Of her closest, nearest, dearest "Will you tell me, how is she?"
Better, dear ones, ever better,

In the world

to

which she

fled,

Where her loved ones are not Where no tears will e'er be
Busy hands enforced
Loving
heart,
its

dying,
shed.

to quiet,

care laid

down
fiat

Miss thee, yea, but Heaven's

Bade thee come and take thy crown.


Ministers of loving kindness.

Sweet home service deftly wrought,


E'en when stricken down with blindness

Yet she strove with tender thought.

Wise

to bear life's
all

heavy

crosses,

Patient

the

way

to tread.

Ye who

all the road went with her, Dare ye grieve that she is dead?

Give her

lips a last caressing,

The dear hands that lack their skill Thank God for her life of blessing And her memory with ye still.
Miss Rachel H. Barker, who died April 18, 1882, was
almost universally

known

in our

neighborhood

as

"Aunt Date,"
A. C. M.

and

as universally respected

and loved.

These lines are the

affectionate tribute of an old friend.

SMITH, ESTHER ALMIRA,

daughter of William and


Y. Their children

Esther (Orton) Barker, born Manlius, N. Y., January 25, 1828;

married Ambrose L. Smith, of Syracuse,


were:

1ST.

Elizabeth Barker, born January 4, 1858; Florence


18

May

and Harvey White (deceased), severally born, November 26, 1859. Mrs. Smith resides at Syracuse, N. Y. MARTYN, son of William and BARKER,

HENRY

Esther (Orton) Barker, born Manlius, N. Y., September 23,

1ST.

1829; died Syracuse, 1896; married Ann Munger, at Syracuse, Y. Their children were: Helen Kate, born July 31, 1850;

Hamilton Sloan, born February 23, 1852; James Munger (deceased); Frank Williams, born January 19, 1856; Hattie Munger (deceased); Harry Munger, born December 30, 1863;
Elizabeth Parshall (deceased).

SMITH, MARY,
Rock, Ark., June
Syracuse,
5,

daughter of William and Esther (Orton)

Barker, born Manlius, N. Y.,

November
1853.

26, 1830; died Little

1892; married John Gardner Smith, at


10,

N. Y., October

Their children were:

Fannie Adele (deceased); William Barker, born November 30, 1855; Robert Emmet, born November 30, 1857; Edward Linnaeus (deceased);

Mary Langdon, born November


B., daughter of

18, 186-1.

PARSHALL, ELIZABETH

William and

Esther (Orton) Barker, born Manlius, N. Y., September 11,

1835; married William Parshall, of Cooperstown, N. Y. (died June 5, 1892), September 1, 1858. Their children were: James Clark, born June 30, 1859; Helen Esther, born December 15, 1860; William Barker, born September 12, 1862; Fannie Hall, born July 15, 1864; John Miner (deceased); Caroline Elizabeth, born March 29, 1871; Mary Louise, born January 15, 1875.

BARKER, ADNAH,

son of William and Esther (Orton)


,

Barker, born Syracuse, N. Y., February 21, 1837; died Ithaca,

N. Y., September, 1S76; married Celia Augusta Crandall. They had one child, Adelaide Edith.

BARKER, DANIEL WEBSTER,


died Syracuse, April

son of William and

Esther (Orton) Barker, born Syracuse, N. Y., July 14, 1839;


7, 1890; married Sarah Martin Dobie, of Oswego, N. Y. His second wife was Sarah Jane Feek, of Bing-

hamton, N. Y.

They had one

child,

George Webster.
daughter of Cephas

SCHOONMAKER, SARAH ANN,


19

and Mary (Jewett) Barker, born Berkshire, Tioga county, N. Y., July 14, 1826; married Moses Schoonmaker, November 7, 1849. Resides at Tully, N. Y.

"WATTLES,
Mary

ALMIRA JANE,

daughter of Cephas and

(Jewett) Barker, born Berkshire, X. Y., January 30,

1829; married Chauncey L. Wattles, of Tully, X. Y., October Resides at Caroline, Tompkins county, N. Y. 19, 1857.

BARKER, GEORGE WILLIAM,


Mary
Resides Kewanee, Cherry county, Kan.

son of

Cephas and
5,

(Jewett) Barker, born Berkshire, N. Y., July

1831.

BARKER, CHARLES HENRY,


(Jewett) Barker, born Berkshire,
at Tully,
1ST.

son of Cephas and

Mary

Y., July 25, 1833.

Resides

N. Y.
son of Cicero and
5,

BARKER, JOHN SATTERLY,


(Satterly) Barker, born Berkshire,

Mary
1818;
Their

N. Y., November

died Onondaga, East Hill, N. Y., April 19, 1883; married Caroline Bennett, of

Onondaga Valley, N. Y., May


Willis Luther (deceased);

31, 1849.

children were:
ceased);

12, 1854;
bert,

Dora (deceased); John Frederick, born February 6, 1S56; Frank Herborn December 9, 1857; Henry Allen, born October 11,
daughter of Cicero and

Emma

Mary Luthena (deEdson Cicero, born November

1863.

PATTISON, ESTHER LOUISA,


Mary

(Satterly) Barker, born Berkshire,

N. Y., February 20,


Ella
(deceased);

1821; died Onondaga Valley, N. Y., October 10, 1876; married

Ambrose

Pattison.

Their

children

were:

Louise; William (deceased).

BARKER, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN,

son

of

Cicero

and Mary (Satterly) Barker, born Berkshire, N. Y., July 17, 1831; married Lizzie M. Kinne, of Dewitt, N. Y., June 4, 1864.
Their children are: xilbert Franklin, born January 7, 1865; Vincent Kinne, born September 10, 1868; Grace Edith, born February 1, 1874; Eldridge Yale, born October 14, 1876. In

1833 Mr. Barker removed with


Y., to East Onondaga.

his parents

from Berkshire, N.

He

attended Cazenovia Seminary and


latter institution in 1856.

Yale College, being graduated from the


20

He

was for a time principal of Onondaga Academy, and entered

the ministry of the Methodist Episcopal Church in 1859; was


pastor of several churches in Central

New

York, among them

He was Prefrom 1873-1877. In 1883 he located on the home farm in East Onondaga, 1ST. Y., where he still resides. BARKER, WILLIAM HENRY, son of Cicero and Mary
being Sauquoit, Frankfort, Mexico and Camden.
siding Elder of the

Oswego

district

N. Y., July 17, 1831; marAnnie Longstreet, of Onondaga Valley, N. Y. (born September 5, 1840), June 1, 1859. Their children are: Irving Longstreet, born September 22, 1860; Eva Louise, born March 7, 1864; Laura May (deceased); William Henry, born November 14, 1873. Residence, Chanute, Neosho county, Kan. BARKER, ALBEMARLE, son of Albemarle and Abigal
(Satterly) Barker, born Berkshire,
ried Louisa

A. (Francis) Barker, born Lexington, Mass.; married Kittie

Chambers
John.
gal A.

(deceased).

Their children were:

William, George,

Residence, Port Townsend, Wash.

BARKER, HORACE RICE,

son of Albemarle and Abi-

(Francis) Barker, born Lexington, Mass.,

1836; died

Lowell, Mass., September, 1886; married Martha

M.

Merritt.

Their children were:

Louise Ardelle; Bertha Estelle.

BARKER, ELLEN AMANDA,


Maiden, Mass.

daughter of Albemarle
Resides

and Abigal A. (Francis) Barker, born Needham, Mass.

BARKER, JOHN FRANCIS,


are:
field,

son of Albemarle and Abi-

gal A. (Francis) Barker; married Laura Pierce.

Their children

Frederick (deceased), Amelia Maria.


Mass.

Residence, Spring-

FALES, CATHERINE,
Fales, June, 1864.

daughter of Ephraim and Lydia

(Vinton) Barker, born January 12, 1827; married

Lyman

G.

They have no

children.

Residence, East-

hampton, Mass.

BARKER, JOHN VINTON,


November, 1849.

son of Ephraim and Lydia

(Vinton) Barker, born July 23, 1828; married Eliza

Ann

Little,

They have one

child,

Horace John.

BARKER, SOPHIA DWIGHT, daughter of Ephraim and Lydia (Vinton) Barker, born February 11, 1833; married John Quincy Adams Barker (q. v.).

BARKER, WILLIAM ABBOT,


dia (Vinton) Barker, born

son of Ephraim and LyJanuary 31, 1835; died Washington,

D.

0.,

Their children were

July 29, 1863; married Carrie G. Parks, October, 1856. Addie V. Lizzie C. Fred. A.
:

BARKER, HORACE RICE,


(Vinton) Barker, born
19,

son of Ephraim and Lydia

May

6,

1837; died Newbern, X. C, April


resides in

1862; married Eliza Jane Lawrence, November, 1858. They


child,

had one

Horace Pliny, who

Northampton, Mass.

TAYLOR,

ANN URSULA,

daughter of Ephraim and

Lydia (Vinton) Barker, born March 17, 1840; married Adelbert F. Taylor, June, 1873. They have one child, Katie Fales.
Resides Peterboro, N. H.

BARKER, EPHRAIM WILDER,


Lydia (Vinton) Barker, born August
Louise McDuffe, May, 1871.
6,

son of Ephraim and

1844; married Emily


child,

They have one


H.

Horace

Ephraim.

Resides Keene,

N".

HOPWOOD, SUSAN ROXANNA,

daughter of Ephraim

and Lydia (Vinton) Barker, born March 28, 1847; married William A. Hopwood, December, 1869. Their children are: William Barker, Burt Clair, Frank Arthur. Resides Naugatuck,
Conn.

RUSSELL, ALMIRA

B.,

daughter of Almira (Barker)


Falls, April 6, 1835.

and Daniel Russell, born Newton Lower Resides Roxbury, Mass.

RUSSELL, HARRIET
19, 1839.

A., daughter of

Almira (Barker)
September

and Daniel Russell, born Newton Lower


Resides Brockton, Mass.

Falls, Mass.,

BEAL, EMILY C,

daughter of Almira (Barker) and

Daniel Russell, born Newton Lower Falls, Mass., August 23,


1859.

1841; married B. Frank Beal, of Milton, Mass., September 15, They have one daughter, now Mrs. George R. Washburn,
Resides Bangor, Me.
son of Samuel Guild and Sally

of Brockton, Mass.

BARKER, GRANVILLE,
22

(Towne) Barker, born November 25, 1844.


N. Y.

Besides Onondaga,

MOULTON, SARAH
Eliphelit Fox, born

J.,
9,

daughter of Mary (Barker) and

March

1840; died November

4,

1881;

married Rev. Joseph Moulton.

FOX,

SAMUEL

B., son of

Mary

(Barker) and Eliphelit


Resides

Fox, born July 29, 1846; married July 31, 1868.

Southampton, Mass.

SMITH,

MARIANNA

F.,

daughter of Mary (Barker)

and Eliphelit Fox, born July 19, 1852; married William J. Smith, October 22, 1879. Resides Augusta, Me. BARKER, CALVIN WOODWARD, son of Calvin and

Lucy W. (Woodward) Barker, born October 21, 1833; married Dorcas G. Smith, of East Douglas, Mass., June 29, 1871. RINDGE, LUCIUS, son of Roxanna (Barker) and Royal Rindge, born November 14, 1826; died December 29, 1878; married Betsey Cornelia Pember, of Eltingson, Conn., March Their children were: Charles Earl, born March 6, 27, 1850. 1854; Frank Royal, born November 20, 1858; George Lucius,
born January 22, 1861; Laura Martha, born February 26, 1868;

Milo Pember, born January

8,

1872.
son of Roxanna (Barker)

RINDGE,
of

HENRY ALFRED,
9,

and Royal Rindge, born April

1832; married Charlotte Fay,


Their children were:

Monson, Mass., November 25, 1857.

Charles Henry, born March 28, 1859; James Edward, born

April 10, 1861; Alfred P., born April 22, 1863; Robert Fay,

born November 25, 1867.

POST, MARIA,

daughter of Nathan and Eunace (Austin)

Barker, born Wilbraham, Mass.,

May

3,

1819; died December


6,

13, 1891; married Charles Post (died

June

1889),

March

27,

1837.

Their children are:

Edgar, born Solon, N. Y., June 30,


8,

1840; Louise Maria, born Smithville Flats, N. Y., October


1842.

BARKER, AUSTIN,
Smith (died January

son of Nathan and Eunace (Austin)


6,

Barker, born Palmer, Mass., February


15, 1892),

1821; married Alzina


Their
chil-

January 21, 1843.

23

Leonidas Lafayette (deceased); Florence Octavia, dren are: born January 17, 1852; Lawrence Llewellyn, born February 3,

1854; Minnie Arabella (deceased). PALMER, EMILY, daughter of Nathan and Eunace
(Austin) Barker, born Sunderland, Mass., June 11, 1823; married Earl Palmer,
lina Lucelia,

January

1,

1840.

Their children were:

Eva-

born October

2,

1840; Egbert Earl, born October


son of Nathan and

17,

1847; Elwyn E., born June 30, 1854.

BARKER, ADOLPHUS,
Elizabeth Carr,
J.,

Eunace

(Austin) Barker, born Hartland, Conn., June 28, 1827; married

March

13, 1851.

Their children were:


6,

Emma
F.,

born McGrawville, X. Y.,

May

1853; Charles

born

October 15, 1859.

BARKER, GEORGE LAFAYETTE, son of Nathan and Eunace (Austin) Barker, born Coventry, N. Y., November 30, 1834; died August 4, 1887; married Philomelia Elizabeth Cady, of Solon, N. Y., January 29, 1856. They had one child, Edward Du Fay, born December 21, 1862.

INGRAHAM, HARRIET CORDELIA,


Sitnah (Barker) and Elisha Burr, born July
1,

daughter

of

3,

1826; died

May

1849; married Alonzo Ingraham, of South Hadley, Mass.,


20, 1844.

June

Their children were:

Emily

Eliza, Stiles F.

(died 1847),

Arthur Burr (died 1850).


daughter of Sitnah (Barker)
8,
1,

BURT, ELLEN MATILDA,


and Elisha Burr, born September
of

1828; married Lucius Burt,


1883.
son of Sitnah (Barker)

Longmeadow,

Mass., February

BURR, GEORGE MALLORY,

and Elisha Burr, born January 20, 1834; died November 20, 1888; married Sarah Frances Clark, of McGrawville, N. Y.
(died April 3, 1871),

November

26, 1857.

Their children were:

Minnie Florence (deceased); Mary Ellen, born August 10, 1862; Clare Bryant, born November 16, 1864; Clare Frederic (deceased).

The second wife


(q. v.),

of this subject was Mrs. Lillie Barker

Bronson

of Springfield, Mass.

BARKER, JOHN KING,


24

son

of

Gilbert

and Persis

(King) Barker, born Palmer, Mass., September 26, 1825; mar-

ried Charity
son,

Hyde, of Palmer, October, 1846. George Franklin, born September 11, 1849.

They had one

BARKER, GEORGE FRANKLIN,


ried Arvilla L. McClintock,

son of Gilbert and

Persis (King) Barker, born Palmer, Mass., April 12, 1830; mar-

September 12, 1854. Their chilFrank Adelbert, born Three Rivers, Mass., October 23, 1855; Adella (deceased); Clara Jane (deceased); John King, born December 19, 1S64; Louis Gilbert, born May 6, 1866;
dren were:

Herbert Austin, born November

8,

1872.
son of Gilbert and

BARKER, GEORGE FRANKLIN,


sis

(King) Barker, born

May

9,

1832; married Walter Winter,

of Palmer, Mass., July 11, 1860.

They have one

son, Fred. E.,

born July 18, 1861.

CHAPMAN, MARIA
ried

M., daughter of Gilbert and Persis

(King) Barker, born Palmer, Mass., November 22, 1837; mar-

Luke Chapman, November

11, 1863.

MUZZEY,

MARY J.,

daughter of Cyrus Grove and Eliza


1851).

(King) Barker, born July 13, 1828; married Lorenzo Muzzey,


of Worcester, Mass. (died September
1,

Their children

were:

Jennie M., born March 23, 1851; Pliny Grove, born

7, 1847; Laren George, born October 21, 1848. Her second husband was George Covert; married February 13, 1857. See

July

Mary

J. Covert.

COVERT,
ried

MARY J.,

daughter of Cyrus Grove and Eliza

(King) Barker, born July 13, 1828; died June 30, 1875; mar-

Eme
11,

George Covert, February 13, 1857. Their children were: Grace, born August 18, 1860; Kittie May, born February 1862; Georgia Kathrenia, born September 22, 1867.

COREY, LYDIA JANE,


Eliza (King) Barker, born

daughter of Cyrus Grove and


13,

June
4,

1833; died April 25, 1850;

married Joseph Corey, April

1849.

BARKER, GEORGE JEROME,


Eliza (King) Barker, born

son of Cyrus Grove and

November

6,

1842; married Lucena

Sheldon Allen (died


ruary
4,

May

1,

1887), of Allen's Grove, Wis., Feb-

1862.

Their children were:


25

Anna

Eliza,

born July

22, 1868;

Lucena Allen, born April

21, 1872;

Fannie Maria,

born August 27, 1873.

HILLS,

LYMAN SYLVESTER,

son of Lydia (Barker)

and Sylvester Hills, born May 29, 1S28; died May, 12, 1863; married Adeline E. Putnam, of Ludlow, Mass., November 28, 1850. They had one son, Albert Lyman, born September 8,
1858.

BRONSON, LILLIE BARKER,

daughter of William

Sedgwick and Hersey (Knowlton) Barker, born Palmer, Mass., April 18, 1834; married John Bronson (died February 4, 1871),
of Enfield, Conn., April 3, 1859.

Their children were:

"Wil-

liam Sedgwick, born

May

10, 1860;

George McClellan, born

July 15, 1862; Lillie Mabel, born August 25, 1869. husband of Mrs. Bronson was George Mallory

The second
(q.
v.).

It

was the privilege of the

meet Mrs. Bronson, the relationship existing between them having been disclosed while mutually prosecuting researches in the labyrinth of the Barker genealogy, and it affords the writer great pleasure to acknowledge his indebtedness to Mrs. Bronson for a large
editor, several years ago, to

amount
work.

of most valuable data and interesting matter for this

BURR, LILLIE BARKER.


also,

See Lillie Barker Bronson;

George M. Burr.

BARKER, WILLIAM, son of William Sedgwick and Hersey (Knowlton) Barker, born Springfield, Mass., August 5,
1842; married Jennie Elizabeth Mellows, of Springfield (deceased),

January

1,

1862.

They had one

child, Beatrice Jane,

born December 16, 1870.

BARKER, WESLEY E., son of William Sedgwick and Hersey (Knowlton) Barker, born Springfield, Mass., August 5,
1842; married Mary Jane Murphy, of Springfield, February 1864. Their children are: Wesley E., Jr., born September
5,

2,

1871; Maria Josephine, born September 14, 1874; Robert Sedgwick, born February 15, 1878; Frederick William, born August
16, 1887.

BARKER, SHERROD,

son of William Sedgwick and


26

Hersey (Knowlton) Barker, born Springfield, Mass., September 10, 1844; married Catherine Albina Medbury, of Northfield,
Minn., December 18, 1869.
Estella,

They have one daughter, Bertha


son of AVilliam Sedg-

born July

8,

1879.

BARKER, DELBERT LEROY,

wick and Hersey (Knowlton) Barker, born Springfield, Mass., February 1, 1846; married Elizabeth Jane Bright, of SpringRoy Sedgwick, born field, April 19, 1867. Their children are:

August

2,

1870; Lottie Nell (deceased); Nellie Bright, born


Resides Providence, R.
I.

July 21, 1879.

BARKER, EDWARD ADAMS,


Adams and Sophia D.
Lillian

son of John Quincy


Resides Marlbor-

Barker, born August 4, 1856; married


17, 1884.

Eva Drinkwater, January

ough, Mass.

BARKER, JOHN EPHRAIM,


Adams and Sophia D.
etta

son
7,

of

John Quincy
child,

Barker, born June


18, 1882.

1861; married Mary-

A. Temple, September

They have One

Grace Fay.

Resides Marlborough, Mass.


son of John Wil-

BARKER, FREDERICK WILLIAM,


liam and

Mary
3,

Caroline (Munger) Barker, born Syracuse, N. Y.,

December

1851; married Adelaide M. King, of Syracuse, N.

Y., January 3, 1872.

BARKER, PHILIP ALANSON,


Mary
1857.
C.

son of

John

AV. and
15,

(Munger) Barker, born Syracuse, N. Y., March Resides Syracuse, N. Y.

HOGAN, GERTRUDE ELIZABETH,


W.

daughter of John

and Mary C. (Munger) Barker, born Syracuse, N. Y., March 30, 1860; married Charles W. Hogan, of Brooklyn, N. Y., October 23, 1883. Resides Brooklyn, N. Y.

BARKER, JOHN GUY, son of John W. and Mary C. (Munger) Barker, born Syracuse, N. Y., March 10, 1862; married Nellie C. Goodrich, of Syracuse, N. Y., November 3, 1883.
BONTA, CATHERINE TOWNSEND,
W.
daughter of John

and Mary C. (Munger) Barker, born Syracuse, N. Y., August 21, 1864; married Frank M. Bonta, of Syracuse.
27

BARKER, CHARLES SMITH,


Mary
E. (Crocker) Barker.

son of Cephas C. and

Resides Duluth, Minn.

HUNTER, ELIZABETH SOPHIA,


C. and

daughter of Cephas

Mary

E. (Crocker) Barker; married

at Philadelphia, Pa.

November December

19, 1895. 19, 1887.

Henry S. Hunter, They had one son, John "William, born Mrs. Hunter died at Tully, New York,
son of

CONKEY, WILLIAM HENRY,


1848; married

Lyman W. and
9,

Lucy M. (Barker) Conkey, born Syracuse, N.

Y., September 1,

Anna

Elizabeth Chase, of Syracuse, July

1868.

Their children are:

Guy, born January

11, 1870;

Robert Lee,

born October 25, 1874; Roy, born

May

1,

1878; Mary Ella, born

July

3,

1887.

Resides Syracuse, N. Y.
son of

CONKEY, EDWARD ADAMS,

Lyman W. and

Lucy M. (Barker) Conkey, born Syracuse, N. Y., August 1, 1855; married Bessie Agnes Harrigan, of Syracuse, April 27,
1887.

FREDERICK, ELIZABETH BARKER,


Ambrose
Buffalo,
L.

daughter

of

and Esther Almira (Barker) Smith, born Syracuse, N. Y., January 4, 1858; married Dr. Carlton A. Erederick, of
Irene, born

N. Y., November 24, 1885. They have one child, Ruth January 16, 1888. Resides Buffalo, N. Y.

RICHARDSON, HELEN KATE, daughter of Henry Martyn and Ann (Munger) Barker, born Syracuse, N. Y., July 31, 1850; married John S. Richardson, of Buffalo, N. Y., January 17, 1877.
Resides at the latter place.
son of

BARKER, HAMILTON SLOAN,


Ann (Munger)
15, 1886.

Henry M. and

Barker, born Syracuse, N. Y., February 23,

1852; married Laura Helen Morrow, of Buffalo, N. Y.,


Resides Buffalo, N. Y.
son of

May

Henry M. and January 19, 1S56; married Nettie Jane Frederick, of Buffalo, N. Y., June 10,

BARKER, FRANK WILLIAMS,


Barker, born Chicago,

Ann (Munger)
1879.

111.,

Resides Buffalo, N. Y.
son of

BARKER, HARRY MUNGER,


28

Henry M. and

Ann (Munger)
1863.

Barker, born Oswego, N. Y., December 30,


1ST.

Besides Buffalo,

Y.
son of Jobn Gardner and
111.,

SMITH, WILLIAM BARKER,


Mary (Barker) Smith, born Chicago,
14, 1879.

November

30, 1855;

married Jane George Rutherford, of Fort Smith, Ark., April


Resides Fort Smith, Ark.
son of John G. and Mary November 30, 1857; married
20, 1881.

SMITH, ROBERT EMMET,


(Barker) Smith, born Lyons,
la.,

Martha Hayden Berry, of Ozark, Ark., January


sides Little

Re-

Rock, Ark.
daughter of John
(Barker) Smith, born Bristol, Wis.,

PEMBERTON, MARY LANGDON,


G. and

Mary

November

18,

1864; married John Martin Pemberton, of Little Rock, Ark.,

May

18, 1886.

Resides Pine Bluff, Ark. son of William and Eliza-

PARSHALL, JAMES CLARK,

beth (Barker) Parshall, born Syracuse, N. Y., June 30, 1859;

married Frances Gertrude Forster, of Oneida Valley, N. Y.,


April 16, 1887.

Their children are:


6,

William, born March 14,


Resides Middletown, son of William and

1888; Marguerite, born October

1S95.

N. Y.

PARSHALL, WILLIAM BARKER,

Elizabeth (Barker) Parshall, born Syracuse, N. Y., September


12, 1862; married Catherine Louise Fry, of Syracuse.,

N. Y.,

December

20, 1889.

They have one


H.
P.,

child, Esther,

born Decem-

ber 29, 1893.

Resides at Philadelphia, Pa.

NOXON, FANNIE

daughter of William and

Elizabeth (Barker) Parshall, born Syracuse, N. Y., July 15,

1864; married James Noxon, of Syracuse, October 28, 1880.


Their children are:
ber
1,

Elizabeth, born

Winona, Minn., NovemResides Syracuse,

1887; Alan, born Winona, Minn.


son of

N. Y.

BARKER, EDSON CICERO,


November
12, 1854; married Nellie

John

Satterly and

Caroline (Bennett) Barker, born Onondaga, East Hill, N. Y.,

Valley, N. Y. (died El Paso, Col.,

M. Wells, of Onondaga March 19, 1879). His second wife was Emeline Augusta Hardy, of Rochester, N\ Y. mar;

29

ried

May

17,

1882.

Their children are:

Leah May, Patty


S.

Maria, George Edson.

BARKER, JOHN FREDERICK,


February
ville,
6,

son of John

and

Caroline (Bennett) Barker, born Onondaga, East Hill, N. Y.,

1856; married Mary Elizabeth Weller, of JamesTheir children are


:

N. Y., April 20, 1882.


Esther.

Jessie Weller,

Ruth

BARKER, FRANK HERBERT,


December
Belle."
9,

son of John S.

and

Caroline (Bennett) Barker, born Onondaga, East Hill, N. Y.,

1857; married Libbie M. Spaulding, of Onondaga

Valley, X. Y.,

November

26, 1879.

They had one

child, Effie

HALL, AMELIA MARIA,


field,

daughter of John Francis and

Laura (Pierce) Barker; married Wheeler H. Hall, of SpringMass.

WASHBURN, MRS. GEORGE


C. (Russell)

R., daughter of

Emily

and B. Frank Beal.

Resides Brockton, Mass.


son of Lucius and Betsey
6,

RINDGE, CHARLES EARL,


Cornelia (Pember) Rindge, born

March

1854; married Ellen

Root, of Montpelier, Vt,

March

12, 1875.

RINDGE, FRANK ROYAL,


C. (Pember) Rindge, born

son of Lucius and Betsey


20, 1858; married Hattie

November

Bramble, of Ludlow, Mass., July 21, 1880.


Nellie, born April 26, 1881; Lucius

Their children are:

Frank; Freddie, born March


daughter of Lucius and

16, 1885.

GREEN, LORA MARTHA,


Henry Morris Green,

Betsey C. (Pember) Rindge, born February 26, 1868; married


of Wilbraham, Mass., February 23, 1889.

RINDGE, JAMES EDWARD,

son of

Henry Alfred and

Charlotte (Fay) Rindge, born April 10, 1867; married

Emma

A. Merchant, of Monson, Mass., December


one child, Charlotte Fay, born October
2,

7,

1S87.

They have

1889.

POST, EDGAR,

son of Charles and Maria (Barker) Post,

born Solon, N. Y., June 30, 1S40; married Margaret Kennier, January 15, 1866. They have one child, Mary, born December,
1866.
30

HARRISON, LOUISA MARIA,

daughter of Charles

and Maria (Barker) Post, born Sniithville Flats, 1ST. Y., October They had 8, 1842; married Arthur Harrison, April 15, 1866. one daughter, Gertrude, born September 9, 1869.

PALMER, FLORENCE OCTAVIA, daughter of Austin and Alzina (Smith) Barker, born June 17, 1852; married George Palmer, of Willett, N. Y., February 27, 1891.
ORCUTT, EVALINE LUCELIA,
daughter of Earl and

Emily (Barker) Palmer, born October 2, 1840; married Charles Giles Orcutt, September 4, 1S62. They have one child, Charles
Albert, born

November

28, 1863.

PALMER, EGBERT EARL,

son of Earl and Emily

(Barker) Palmer, born October 17, 1847; married

Anna

C.

Gleason (died April 11, 1881), November 12, 1866. They had one child, Annie Maud, born October 22, 1870. His second
wife was Alice Moses; married

March

22, 1881.

PALMER, ELWYN

E., son of

Earl and Emily (Barker)


1,

Palmer, born June 30, 1854; married Ella Taylor, February 1874. They have one child, Addie L., born June 28, 1S82.

SMITH,

EMMA

J.,

daughter of Adolphus and Elizabeth

May 6, 1853; married Douglas D. Smith (died April 23, 1887), January 1, 1873. Their children were: Estella A., born April 9, 1875; Arthur D., born January 22, 1878. Her second husband was Cyrenus
(Carr) Barker, born McGrawville, X. Y.,

X. Rowe; married June 26, 1888.

See Emma J. ROWE, EMMA J. See Emma J. Smith. BARKER, CHARLES F., son of Adolphus

Rowe.
and Elizabeth

(Carr) Barker, born October 15, Kelly, September 22, 1881.

1859; married Frances F.

BARKER, DU FAY, son of George Lafayette and Philomelia E. (Cady) Barker, born December 21, 1862; married Hattie Rosette Alger, of Cortland, N. Y., November
16, 1887.

EDWARD

Resides Cortland,

Y.
daughter of Harriet C. (Burr)
J. Jones, of

JONES, EMILY ELIZA,


Mass.,

and Alonzo Ingraham; married George

Palmer,

March

17, 1864.

Their children were: Hattie E., born


31

Mary Ellen, born August W., born September 9, 1873; George F. (deceased); Arthur N"., born December 9, 1876; Harry Waterman, born July 19, 1879; Marion E., born August 29, 1881; Edna R. (deceased); George H. (deceased); Emma L., born December
April 15, 1866; Nellie L. (deceased);
24, 1870; Jason
2,

1887.

GINGENBECK, HATTIE
(Ingraham) and George
J. Jones,

E.,

daughter of Emily Eliza

born April 15, 1866; married


daughter of Emily E.

Herbert E. Gingenbeck, of Springfield, Mass., August 23, 1885.

KINGSBURY,
ried

MARY

ELLEN,

(Ingraham) and George

J. Jones,

born August 24, 1870; mar-

Edward A. Kingsbury, of Springfield, Mass., June 17, 1887. They have one son, Elliott Grover, born January 11, 1889.

"BRONSON,

MARY

ELLEN,

daughter of George Mal-

lory and Sarah Frances (Clark) Burr, born

August

10, 1862;

married William Sedgwick Bronson

(q. v.).

BURR, CLARE BRYANT,


Amelia Rosly, April
30, 1891.

son of George Mallory and

Sarah F. (Clark) Burr, born November 16, 1864; married Susan

BARKER, GEORGE FRANKLIN,


trace of
a

son of John
11, 1S49.

King
All

and Charity (Hyde) Barker, born September

him has been


ago.

lost,

though

it is

known

that he married

few years

COVERT, JENNIE
Covert,

M., daughter of Lorenzo and

Mary

Jenette (Barker) Muzzey, born

March

23, 1851; married

George

June

13, 1887.

SHEPARD, EFFIE GRACE,


Mary
Charles

daughter of George and

Jenette (Barker) Covert, born August 18, 1860; married

Burnham Shepard

(died February 12, 1883), of Ver-

mont, September, 1881.

CREETH, KITTIE MAY,


J. (Barker) Covert,
J.

daughter of George and

Mary

born February 11, 1862; married Thomas Creeth, of Hastings, Neb., April, 1885. They have one child,
5,

Clara Jenette, born September

1886. son of

HILLS,

ALBERT LYMAN,
32

Lyman

Sylvester and
8,

Adeline E. (Putnam) Hills, born Palmer, Mass., September

1858; married Lillian Olmstead, of Princeton,


1884.

111.,

August

28,

BRONSON, WILLIAM SEDGWICK,


Lillie

son of John and

(Barker) Bronson, born

West

Springfield, Mass.,

May

10,

1860; married Mary Ellen Burr

(q. v.),

of

Wilbraham, Mass.,

July 14, 1879.

GOODRICH, LILLIE MABEL,


Lillie (Barker)

daughter of John and

Bronson, born West Springfield, Mass., August

25,

1869; married Julius Edward Goodrich, of East Long-

meadow, Mass., June 3, 1885. Their children are: Raymond Edward, born May 16, 1886; Grace Adella, born July 13, 1888; Lee De Vere, born January 16, 1891.

McCOMB, GERTRUDE HARRISON,


Y., September, 1869; married

daughter of Ar-

thur and Louise M. (Post) Harrison, born Smithville Flats, N.

They have one

child, Beatrice Lillian,

ORCUTT, CHARLES
Mary

Frank McCombs, April 18, 1887. born August 23, 1890. ALBERT, son of Charles G. and

Evalina L. (Palmer) Orcutt, born

November

28, 1863; married

Emma

Styles, of Philadelphia, Pa., April 21, 1886.

They

have one

child,

Elwyn Theodore, born November

22, 1887.

DODD, ANNIE MAUD,


Dodd, September 17, 1887. born September 25, 1890.

daughter of Egbert E. and


child, Earl

Anna

C. (Gleason) Palmer, born October 22, 1870; married

Edward
Edward,

They have one

LINE OF EBENEZER BARKER.

BARKER, EBENEZER,
mack
ter,

no record of

birth,

marriage or

death; probably born about 1700.


river,

Was drowned

in the Merri-

between Andover, Mass., and Methuen, Mass.

His

children were:

Ebenezer; Moses; Asa; Nehemiah and a daughis

whose name

unknown.
son of the preceding, born 1735;

BARKER, EBENEZER,
well,

died Methuen, Mass., August 18, 1805; married

Hannah Bod-

March

22, 1759.

Their children were:

Ebenezer; Ben-

jamin; Silas; David.

BARKER, EBENEZER,

son of Ebenezer and

Hannah

(Bodwell) Barker, born Methuen, Mass.,

May

15, 1765; died

Unity, N. H. }

May
;

18, 1830; married

Ruth Hibbard,

of Meth-

uen, February 19, 1789. Their children were: Ebenezer; Isaac;

Hannah John M.
;

Darius.

BARKER, EBENEZER,
bard)

son of Ebenezer and

Ruth (Hib;

Barker, born January 16,

1790; died 1868; married

Betsey Emery.
Malvina.

Their children were:

Andrew H.

Osbern;

BARKER, ISAAC,
Barker, born

son of Ebenezer and

Ruth (Hibbard)

December

Their children were:

Thomas Newton.
there.

He

Huntoon. Ruth; Angelo; John W.; Isaac Irving; moved to Michigan in early life, and died
15, 1792; married Mehitable

MERRILL, HANNAH,
Merrill.

daughter of Ebenezer and Ruth


;

(Hibbard) Barker, born November 23, 179Their children were:

married Joseph

Bradbury; Ruth; Ann.

BARKER, JOHN
ried Mehitable True.

M., son of Ebenezer and


7,

Ruth (Hib1833; mar-

bard) Barker, born October

1S02; died

May

18,

John T. BARKER, DARIUS, son of Ebenezer and Ruth (Hibbard) Barker, born March 10, 1805; married Almira Houghton.
child,

They had one

Their children were:

George "W.

Abbie.

LINE OF DANIEL BARKER.

BARKER, DANIEL,
sons, Daniel

born 1704; died 1800.

He

had two

and Jacob, and three daughters, whose names are


son of the preceding.

unknown.

Daniel, Jr., died leaving no descendants.

BARKER, JACOB,

By

his first

marriage he had three son, Justice, Joel and Jotham, and two
daughters, whose names are unknown.

By

his

second wife he
Isaac,

had four
daughter;

sons, Jacob, Ithimer,

Jonathan and

and one

name unknown.

He
and

died about 1816, aged 85 years.

BARKER, JUSTICE
ing, settled in "Whitestown,

JOTHAM,
bom

sons of the preced-

N. Y.
sons, Daniel,

1763; died DecemSamuel A., Elan, and three daughters, whose names are unknown.
son of Jacob,
ber, 1827.

BARKER, JOEL,
He

had three

34

BARKER, JONATHAN,
known.

son of Jacob by his second wife;

died North Branford, Conn., leaving a son, whose

name

is

not

BARKER, DANIEL,
1875.

He
;

left

son of Joel, born 1792; died March, two daughters, Jane and Harriet.
son of Joel.
;
;

BARKER, SAMUEL A.,


Charles A.
;

His children were:

John W. Samuel P. James P. Kate.

He

died at

Guilford, Conn.

ter

names unknown.

BARKER, ELAN,

son of Joel, had one son and one daughdied at North Branford, Conn.
A., son of

He

BARKER, CHARLES
Guilford, Conn.

Samuel A.

Resides

BARKER, JOHN
are:

W., son of Samuel A.

His children

Charles A.; Hattie and Lottie (twins); William; Edward.

Resides Guilford, Conn.

BARKER, SAMUEL
are:

P., son of

Samuel A.

His children

Lizzie; Jennie; Lena; Wilson; Ernest.

Resides Guilford,

Conn.

BARKER, JAMES
are:

P., son of

Samuel A.

His children

James

P., Jr.;

Came; Samuel and

Hattie (twins).

DAVIS, KATE,
Davis.

daughter of Charles A.; married Edgar


A.,

BARKER, CHARLES
ELLIOTT, CARRIE,
ried
Elliott.

son of John

W.; married;

has several children, and resides at Wallingford, Conn.

daughter of James P. Barker; mar-

1208944
of Fairfax county, Va. His William W., Kamellion Henry, John, Nadied' about 1819.

LINE OF KAMELLION BARKER.

BARKER, KAMELLION,
children were:
thaniel,

Nancy.

He

BARKER, WILLIAM
Abbingdon, Va.
of Rutledge, Ga.

W., son of Kamellion.

Settled at

One

of his children was

W.

D. Barker,

now

BARKER, KAMELLION HENRY,


moved
1852.
35

to the

son of Kamellion; Indian Nation, Ark. married there, and died about
;

BARKER, JOHN,
county, Ya.

son of Kainellion; settled in Roanoke

BARKER, NATHANIEL,
CLEMONS, NANCY,

son of Kamellion; left Ab-

bingdon, Va., in 1837, and has never been heard of since.

daughter of Kamellion Barker;

married John Clemons, and settled in Christian county, Ky.

LINE OF JAMES BARKER.

BARKER, JAMES,
captain."

a Quaker;

was the "son of an old sea

coming to yard, and one


Joseph.

His ancestors came from England three brothers the country together; two settled in Martha's Yinat

Nantucket.

One

of James'

children

was

BARKER, JOSEPH,
August
were:
ceased),

son of James, born Saratoga, N. Y.,

31, 1795; married

Mary Milliman.

Settled at

North
(de-

Hector, Schuyler county, N. Y., about 1819.

His children

Mary Ann,
"William

Sarah, Deborah, Samuel M.,

Hannah

J.,

Lucy

(deceased),

Caroline,

Nathaniel,

Maria.

MILLIMAN,

MARY ANN, daughter of Joseph and Mary


Illinois.

(Milliman) Barker; married Elisha Milliman, of

LANDRETH, SARAH,
ELY,

daughter of Joseph and

Mary

(Milliman) Barker; married Rev. Landreth.

DEBORAH,

daughter of Joseph and Mary (MilliEly.

man) Barker; married R.


man) Barker.
man) Barker.

Resides North Hector, N. Y.

BARKER, SAMUEL

M., son of Joseph and


son of Joseph and

Mary
Mary

(Milli-

Resides Columbus, Neb.


J.,

BARKER, WILLIAM

(Milli-

Resides Denver, Colo.

RICHARDS, CAROLINE,
(Milliman) Barker;

daughter of Joseph and


Richards.

Mary
Troy,

married

Resides

N. Y.

BARKER, NATHANIEL,
(Milliman) Barker.

son

of

Joseph

and Mary

Resides Grand Rapids, Mich.

HOBERT, MARIA,
county, Mich.

daughter of Joseph and

Mary

(Milli-

man) Barker; married P. Hobert.

Resides Middleville, Barry

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