Biography of E. W. Barlow
Madison County, Ohio Biographies





E. W. BARLOW, undertaker, furniture dealer and manufacturer, Plain City, was born in Darby Township March 6, 1835. He is a son of E. W. and Polly C. (Lawrence) Barlow, the former a native of Connecticut and the latter of New York, and both of English descent. They emigrated to Clark County, Ohio, and in 1820 moved to Madison County, coming to Plain City in 1852. His father was a carpenter until he came to Ohio, when he followed farming until his death, in 1865. Our subject has worked in the shop where he is now employed since he was seventeen years of age He was married, November 4, 1857, to Electa I. Bigelow, a daughter of Dr. D. K. Bigelow, and by her has one child, Cora I., the wife of John R. Hill. Mrs. Barlow died March 9, 1858, and in 1859 he married Lucinda A. Kent, by whom he has four children, Linden C., Elva R., Earl W. and Eddie B. The parents are members of the Methodist Episcopal Church, in which the father has been a Class Leader fifteen years. He was a Republican, but is now a Prohibitionist. His father was a Major in the war of 1812.

From:
History of Madison County, Ohio
Published by: W. H. Beers and Company
Chicago, Illinois
1883


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