Barlow Family, The - The ancestors of the Barlow family, three brothers, came from England and located in Connecticut.
Samuel was a soldier in the Revolutionary war and was a sergeant of Washington's body guard. Some years later he
moved to Delaware County, N. Y. His son James H. was born in Fairfield County, Conn., and married Anna Payne, by
whom he had ten children. His second son, Cyrus, was born in Berkshire, Tioga County, N. Y., December 7, 1815,
and in 1637 he married Dotha L. Hendrick, who was born in Connecticut. They had four children, of whom Edwin A.
died at the age of twenty two, and three survive, viz.: Thomas M., Homer R., and Estella A. For his second wife
he married Mrs. Mary A. Granger, nee Fitzsimmons, who lived only eighteen months. By his third wife, Lottie J.
Simons, he has had two children, Vena M. and Nellie S. In 1860 Mr. Barlow was admitted to the bar at Binghamton.
N. Y., has practiced law since that time, and is still as vigorous and active as if but fifty years of age. He
has been justice of the peace twenty five years, supervisor three years, and has resided here for over fifty years.
Of this family of ten children of James H. three are living: Cyrus and James, of Horseheads, and Charles of San
Our County and its people
A History of the Valley and County of Chemung
BY: Ausburn Towner
D. Mason & Co., Publishers
Syracuse, N. Y. 1892
Chemung County, NY
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