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Ancestors of Linda Marlene BARRON

Generation No. 5

      16. David BARRON, born August 15, 1800 in North Cumberland Co. England58; died 1893. He was the son of 32. William BARRON, Sr and 33. Margery Wilkinson. He married 17. Sarah Shadbolt March 22, 1827 in NY.

      17. Sarah Shadbolt, born in Caledonia, Livingston Co., England58; died February 20, 1882.

Notes for David BARRON:
1999 - Linda BARRON WETZEL - After much research I am led to believe that David is indeed part of our line, therefore I have proceeded with the addition to our family lineage. Still researching to have the definite link.

Source: Lindsay BARRON 1998
"History of Ontario County NY" Conover 1893
David BARRON of Seneca, NY was born in Northcumberland County, England, August 15, 1800. He came to the United States in 1801, he lived on Turnpike Road, N.E. part of Town. He married Sarah Shadbolt of Caledonia, Livingston County on March 22. 1827. They had five Children: Martha, George, John, Mary and David W. All deceased by 1893. Sarah, his wife, died February 20, 1882. David's father, William, was born in England March 25, 1756 married Margery Wilkinson of Newcastle England. They had four children; William, Mary David, and Thomas. David's father died July 14, 1833, his mother died June 6. 1855.


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Ontario County, NY
Census Index, Town of Seneca, Ontario County, 1855
Name            Town      Pg.      Yr.
Barron, David Seneca 151 1855

Census Index to Town of Seneca, 1860
Name             Town      Pg. Yr.     
Barron, David Seneca 169 1860
Barron, Sarah Seneca 169 1860
Barron, Margaret Seneca 146 1860
Barron, Thomas Seneca 146 1860
Barron, Sarah Seneca 151 1855

The following information was taken from"The Frost Genealogy" Author: Joesphine C. Frost; Call Number: CS71.F76x. This book contains the genealogy of the Frost family who settled in New York.

Bibliographic Information: Frost, Josephine C. The Frost Genealogy. Frederick H. Hitchcock. New York 1912.

DARIUS, son of Thomas and (62) Anna (Frost) Shadbolt; m. Martha, daughter of John Weeks and his first wife, who lived near Chappaqua, N. Y. (Darius came to Wheatland, N. Y., 1805.)

Issue (Shadbolt):
Anna; m. Nov. 28, 1808, Isaac Cox. (See 668.)
Phebe; m. Abner Cushman, of Chile, N. Y.
Samuel; m. Sally Bassett and lived S. of Scottsville, N. Y.
Thomas; m., 1st, Miss Bassett, sister of Sally; 2nd, Almira Doane, dau. of Moses and Comfort. (Lived west of hill, south of Scottsville, N. Y. )
John; m. (670) Mary Cox. Lived Oakfield, N. Y.
Sarah; m. David Barron of Geneva, N. Y.

The following information was taken from:

MARY (COCK) FROST (James8, James1) b. on the "Birdsall place", Buckram, now (1912) Locust Valley, L. I. 5/4 mo (June) 1722; d. Clinton, Dutchess Co, N. Y. after 1777; marriage license 3/1 mo (Mar) 1737/8 to Isaac Frost, b. Matinecock 3/4 mo (June) 1717; d. Clinton, N. Y. after 1798, son of William and Hannah (Priar) Frost of Matinecock, L. I. They were farmers and Friends. In 1741, Isaac Frost bought from Charles Wright and Mary Wright his mother, 47 acres of land with buildings thereon, on the west side of Mill River Neck, adjacent to the Papaquatunk or Beaver Swamp River, and located quite convenient to the "lumbering spring"; also, in 1754, bought of Samuel Fosdick, 8 acres in the vicinity, and in 1755 a tract from Nicholas and Townsend Weekes adjoining the road to the "Town". In 1763 Isaac and Mary Frost sold the aforenamed farm to John Underhill of John and Rebecca (Frost) Underhill, in which family it continued for four generations. There is on it now the Mill Neck R. R. Station and Post Office.

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Isaac and family removed to Crom Pond in Cortlandt Manor, now Tp. of Cortlandt, Westchester Co, N. Y. and thence to Tp. of Clinton, Dutchess Co, N. Y.

Issue (Frost):

i James, b. Long Island; d. unm. Clinton, N. Y., as per will, between 3.23.1818, and 4.10.1829, making sundry bequests to his brothers
and sisters and their children, being, except for the want of certain order of births, an admirable guide to the family history.

ii Rhoda, b. Long Island; d. Tp. of Wheatland, Monroe Co., N. Y. about 1823; m. 1st Joseph96 Cock (see his record); m. 2d James

iii Elizabeth, b. Long Island; m. Obediah Powell, b. 16/5 mo (July) 1744, son of Moses and Katharine (Hallock) Powell of Bethpage,
L. I. and North Castle, Westchester Co, N. Y.

iv Isaac, b. Long Island, 6/2 mo (Apl) 1750; d. Cross River, N. Y. 10.28.1835; m. Patience Haight, b. 20/2 mo (Apl) 1747; d. 10.8.1834, buried at Golden's Bridge and subsequently removed to Amawalk, N. Y., dau. of Joseph and Zeruiah (Sutton) Haight. (Change of Calendar 1752, March now 3d Month).

v Obediah, b. Long Island, 3.26.1752; d. 6.18.1830; m. 1st, at Purchase, Hannah Underhill, b. 2.3.1755; d. 5.8.1788, dau. of Thomas and Mercy (Dickinson) Underhill. m. 2d, at Amawalk, 8.15.1789, Phebe Halstead, b. 9.7.1770; d. 7.5.1855, dau. of Stephen and Elizabeth (?) Halstead of Somers or Stephentown, N. Y.

vi Jordan, b. Long Island, 2.10.1754; d. Rensselaerville, N. Y. 4.29.1835; m. 1781, Amy Underhill b. 4.16.1755; d. 1799, dau. of Jacob and Amy (Hallock) Underhill.

vii Solomon, b. Long Island, 3.15.1756; d. Dutchess Co, N. Y. 1.4.1838; m. at Nine Partners M. H. 10.25.1781 Anna Vail b. 7.8.1764; d. 1822, dau. of Aaron and Martha (Ward) Vail.

viii Mordecai, b. Long Island 4.3.1758; d. 12.26.1825; m. 1st. Mary Underhill, b. 1.8.1769; d. before 1807, dau. of Thomas and
Sarah (Weeks) Underhill. m. 2d Mary Weeks, b. 12.8.1768; d. 9.3.1828, dau. of James and Sarah (Kipp) Weeks.

ix George, b. Long Island, 3.11.1760; d. 9.18.1830; m. 12.26.1781, Sarah Underhill, b. 5.6.1761; d. 10.5.1834, dau. of Thomas and
Mercy (Dickinson) Underhill of Nine Partners.

x Mary, b. Long Island, 4.27.1762; d. 3.7.1844; m. 10.23.1783, Thomas Stringham, b. 6.25.1760; d. 10.24.1840, son of Owen and Sarah (Griffen) Stringham.

xi Anna, b. Long Island about 1740; d. Clinton, Dutchess Co, N. Y. before 3.3.1818, the date of her brother James' will, wherein he
bequeaths a portion of his Estate to "Darius Shadbolt, son of my deceased sister Anna Shadbolt". She prob. m. Thomas Shadbolt, son of Ezekiel and Deborah (Ludlam) Shadbolt, of Oyster Bay, L. I., and had issue:

Darius, b. 5.20.1762; d. Wheatland, Monroe Co., N. Y., 6.5.1840; m. Martha Weeks, Darius came to Wheatland, N. Y., 1805. b. 8.22.1765; d. Wheatland, 9.7.1855, dau. of John and Jerusha (?) Weeks, and had issue:

      i      John, b. 9.30.1786; m. Mary595 Cox
      ii      Anna, b. 5.1.1788; m. Isaac593 Cox
      iii      Thomas, b. 6.24.1791; m. 1st, Naomi Bassett; m. 2d, Almira Doane.
      iv      Samuel, b. 5.15.1797; m. Sarah Basset
      v      Sarah, b. 12.71800; m. David Barron.
      vi      Phebe, b. 6.13.1804; m. Abner Cushman. All of Monroe Co. and vicinity, N. Y.
      xii      Ethelannah, date and place of birth ; d. before 3.3.1818, date of her brother James' Cock's will mentioning a
            legacy to the children of my deceased sister Ethelannah Wright. She had m. Jonathan Wright, perhaps of Flushing,                         Inn Keeper, and settled at Fredericksburg Precinct, Dutchess Co. N. Y.
      xiii      Sarah, known only from James Frost's will as showing a legacy to deceased sister Sarah Worden's children. Her                         husband, Benjamin Worden, lived in Clinton Tp. Dutchess Co, N. Y.
      xiv      Hannah, date and place of birth , appears at Nine Partners M. M. with a certificate dated 2.26.1795, and m.                               Daniel Lawrence of New Jersey. He was a printer of some note in Philadelphia, Pa. Their marriage certificate was                         witnessed by an unusual number of names. No issue.

.............DARIUS COX (Isaac593, Samuel252, Joseph96, Samuel40, Henry9, James1), b. Wheatland, Monroe Co., N. Y., 9.3.1809; d. Caledonia, Livingston Co., N. Y., 10.20.1884; m. by William Barron, J. P., Caledonia, N. Y........Page 172


Information taken from: "Genealogical Memoir of the Newcomb Family", Author: John Bearse Newcomb; Call Number: R929.2 N538:

Could this be his daughter? granddaughter?
"........Ai Newcomb, b. Dec. 24, 1830, farmer; m. in Johnstown, Rock Co., Wis., Mar. 4, 1849, Emily Isabel, dau. of David Barron; res. Marengo, Ill.; resided at Janesville, Wis.; Highland, Waucoma, and Charles City in Iowa;" ................Page 284


Following information taken from: "Andrew Newcomb and His Descendants", Author: Bethuel Merritt Newcomb; Call Number: R929.2N538.1:

"......... EUNICE AUGUSTA, b. 29 Mar. 1812, at Greenwich, Mass., d. 17 Jan. 1889; m. 3 Mar. 1830, at Madison, O., Giles N., b. 3 Oct. 1805, in Franklin Co., Vt., farmer, d. 31 Aug. 1881, son of Nathaniel Holbrook. They settled at Madison; 1838 removed to Naperville, Ill., and Amesville, Boone Co., Ill.; 1850 were res. at Janesville, Wis.; 1851 removed to Nelson, Mitchell Co., Ia., then to Brownville, Mitchell Co. Children:
Ai Newcomb Holbrook, b. 24 Dec. 1830; farmer; d. 11 Apr. 1914, at Independence, Ia.; m. first, 4 Mar. 1849, at Johnstown, Wis.,
Emily Isabel, b. about 1831, d. 28 May 1861, dau. of David Barron; m. second, 9 June 1862, Maria Eckert; res. at Marengo, Ill.,       Janesville, Wis., Highland, Waucoma, and, 1861, Charles City, Ia. ............" Page 252

One of these is obviously not ours...which one?
1840 NY Census Index
Name            State      County            Location            Page      Year
Barron, David       NY       ONTARIO CO.       SENECA            103       1840
Barron, Thomas       NY       ONTARIO CO.       SENECA             106       1840
1840 IL Census Index, Page 552:
Name            State       County            Roll      Page
Barron, David       IL       MC HENRY CO. 244       1840
Barron, Francis IL       MC HENRY CO.      244      1840

1850 IL Census Index :
Name            State      County      Location      Year      Roll      Page
Barron, David       IL       McHenry Marengo      1850 117       324
Barron, Edwin       IL       McHenry Marengo      1850 117      324
Barron, Francis      IL       McHenry Marengo       1850 117      324


1860 NY Census Index:
Name            State      County            Location            Page      Year
Barron, David       NY      ONTARIO CO.       SENECA             169       1860
Barron, Thomas       NY       ONTARIO CO.       SENECA             146       1860

More About David BARRON:
Emigration: David BARRON immigrated to Turnpike Road Northeast, Seneca, NY

More About David BARRON and Sarah Shadbolt:
Marriage: March 22, 1827, NY
Children of David BARRON and Sarah Shadbolt are:
  i.   Martha BARRON, died 1893.
  ii.   Mary BARRON, died 1893.
  iii.   George BARRON, died Unknown.
  iv.   David W. BARRON, died Unknown.
  8 v.   John Sevcrus BARRON, born October 25, 1837 in (East) Canada; died June 10, 1881 in Beloit, Rock Co. WI; married Hannah C. FOLSOM March 10, 1861 in Geneva, Kane Co., IL.

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