Bavester Barton (b. Bet. 1755 - 1764, d. Bef. October 1813)
Bavester Barton was born Bet. 1755 - 1764 in South Carolina or Wales, and died Bef. October 1813 in Warren County, Kentucky. He married Elizabeth.
Notes for Bavester Barton: Concerning Bavister Barton: Will Pearson records (a grandson) states he was from Georgia; then Tennessee then Warren County, Kentucky. Research finds him in South Carolina, 1790. Served in War of 1812. Believed to have served in Army before that. . . His family with William Collins family and John Randolph Pearson family settled on plantations in Warren Co., KY, around 1800. While in Tennessee his family knew the family of Christly Couts, Sr. (Mrs. Vivion Williams, Pattonsburg, Missouri 64670, The Prairie Gleaner, p. 113. "General Information about the Connected Families of Barton, Couts, Collins, Pearson, Wright").
Generally, for SC background, see Stewart's notes on the 1800 census of Pendleton District, SC, which are quite extensive: "Bavester Barton (No. 353 in Col. Moor's Regiment in 1800) bought of Aaron James, 27 June 1798, 40 acres, with Mary Barton as a witness, and sold the land 21 March 1803 to John Cox. The name Baverster Barton was in the 1790 Laurens District census" (Stewart 1963, 87-89).
IGI says b. 1760, SC. No source information available. Indicates m. 1784, Franklin or Hall, GA, to Mrs. Bavester Barton. No source available. IGI says he was b. 1764, SC. Submitter's name is not currently available. IGI says Mrs. Bavester Barton of Hall, GA, m. 1784, Bavester Barton. No source information available. Another says Mrs. Bavester Barton, of Franklin, GA, m. 1784 John Barton. No source available.
DAR Patriot List 1990 says: Barton, Bavister, b. 1755-65 d. a 10- -1813. m. Elizabeth - - - Sol SC. DAR applications for service say he served in Pickens Brigade after the fall of Charleston. Both members (#617343 Add 647 and #639644 Add 682) joined through his daughter Charity (Barton) Rose. See below for more information. #617343 Add. 647 gives his name also as Babister Bartain, d. Warren Co., KY, betw. 13 May 1813 and October 1813; m. Elizabeth; 1790 census Laurens Co., SC; 1800 census, Pendleton Co., SC, 250-B, h/h 353; 1810 census, Warren Co., KY, p. 268.
Information received 3 February 1996 from Keith F. Rose, 1001 N. 790 E., Lehi, UT, 894033, based on photocopies from a Bavester Barton Family Data book compiled by Mr. W. Clyde Barton, 3604 N.W. 69th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73116. Mr. W. Clyde Barton, then age 80, sent the information to Mrs. O. Joy Sen, a distant cousin of Mr. Rose, in 1983. In 1983, W. Clyde Barton expected the material to be published in a forthcoming "Book of Barton" edited by Mrs. Brice (Margaret) McCabe. The address he had for her was no longer valid as of February 1996.
Family group sheet compiled 19 May 1981 by Mrs. Roger Barton, 104 N. Sunset Drive, Ithaca, NY 14850. Says: Bavester Barton (and variant spellings), b. 1755-1764 (c. 1760). According to 1880 census record of his son Wade Barton, he was b. in SC; family tradition said in Wales. 1st known land grant: 1787 on Warrior Cr/Enoree R of Laurens Dist, SC; 2nd grant on Drake's Cr, nr BC, Warren Co., KY '03.. Wife Elizabeth, b. 1755-1765 (c. 1760< poss SC?--d. date unknown, Lafayette Co., MO. Poss bur. Prairie Cem., Mayview, MO. Note at bottom of sheet says: Children took the widowed mother with them to Lafayette Co., Mo., in 1824; Wade and Berrymoved to Henry Co., TE, and later to Graves Co., KY. Bathsheba and husband went to Illinois (Montgomery and Clinton Cos.) Mary and husband returned to Hall Co., GA.
Information received 21 March 1996 from Mary Ruth (Odell) Barton, 104 North Sunset Dr., Ithaca, NY 14850. In 1800, the family was in Pendleton District [now Anderson Co.], SC, living on Generostee Cr., near to Hartwell Dam today on the Savannah River. Neighbors on the same plat with a Buchannon family being researched by Anne McCune.
Jillson, Willard Rouse, comp. The Kentucky Land Grants. A Systematic Index to all of the Land Grants Recorded in the State Land Office at Frankfort, Kentucky 1782-1924. Part I. [Repring] Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1971. p. 265 Barton, B, 200a Book 14, p. 48, 7/27/1807, Warren Co., Trammels Cr. Barton, Babester, 250a, Book 19, 0. 340, 7/17/1807, Warren Co., Trammels Cr.
Warren Co., KY, Survey Book 1, Page 343: William Durnal asgn Conrod Bright 120a #1465, beg corner to Banister Barton's survey on waters of Trammel's Creek, white oak standing on a line of a survey made for John Couch, running E with Barton's line to his corner then so as to include all vacant land between Barton's survey, Thomas Putman's, Absolam Chisums (Chism's), Green Grayhams & John Couch's. 23 Jan 1810 (Gorin 1993, 96).
Teresa Horton, comp. Warren County, Kentucky Wills 1798-1823. Lexington, KY: Kentucky Tree-Search, . pp. 15-16. BARTEN, Robertson, Will Book A, p. 343, Dated May 16, 1813; Recorded October, 1813. Wife: Elizabeth Barten. Children: John Barten, Berry Barten, Waid Barten, Obed Barten, Leroy Barten, Beatty Barten, 5 unnamed daughters. Exec.: Elizabeth Barten (wife), Berry Barten (son). Witnesses: Benjamin Litchworth, Green Graham.
Murray, Joyce Martin, comp., Deed Abstracts of Warren County, Kentucky 1812-1821 (Deed Books F-6, G-7, H-8, I-9). Dallax, TX: Privately printed, 1986. p. 76. Deed Book H-8, 1816-1818, Page 266. 9 Oct 1817 ELIZABETH BARTON and BERRY BARTON to THOMAS PUTMAN, for $40.00, 40 acres whereon said Putman now lives, being on Trammels Fori of Drakes Creek. Said Bartons are heirs of BAVERSTER BARTON(?) estate. Wit: Aaron Couts, John Wade, James Goodrum. p. 77. Deed Book H-8, 1816-1818, Page 275. 17 Oct 1817 THOS PUTMAN to JOHN WADE, for $400.00, 130 acres on waters of Drakes Creek, beginning on BAVERSTER BARTON line, touching corner of ROBERT GRAYAM. Wit: None.
NARS M-33, Roll 28, 1820 U.S. Census, Warren Co., KY, p. 512: Elizabeth Barton 0 1 0 1 0 0; 0 0 2 0 0; -.
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Children of Bavester Barton and Elizabeth are:
+Charity Barton, b. Abt. 1786, probably Laurents District, South Carolina, d. 1865, Clinton County, Illinois.