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|Barton Warren||see FAMILY TREE|
Born: Abt.1696 Charles Co., MD
|Died: 1757 Charles Co., MD||WARREN, BARTON, Charles Co., Planter. 3 Feb 1757
9 March 1757
To wife Elizabeth, 1/3 of plantation whereon I now dwell called "Frailty, and 1/3 of moveable estate,
To sons Notly and John, dwelling plantation called "Frailty," son to have 200 a. next to land of Robt, Yates and son Notley the residue.
To son William Barton Warren, tract In Port Tobacco Hundred known as "Strife."
To brother Thomas Warren, wearing apparel.
To dau. Susannah, bed and furniture, cow, horse.
To son Edward, bed and furniture.
To son Robert. bed and furniture. Remainder of personal estate to be divided between my 8 children., Jane Hungerford, Mary Musgrove, Notley Warren, John Warren,, William Barton Warren, Susannah Watren, Edward Warren and Robert Warren.
Sons Notly and John., exs.
Wit: Chas. Bruce, John Ford, Wm. Brown
WIFE 1st Elizabeth Martha Grieve
2nd Elizabeth Gwynn Boarman
CHILDREN with Martha Grieve
1. Mary Warren b. 01 May 1730
2. John Warren b. 1733
3. Notley Warren b. 1736
4. William Barton Warren b. 1738
5. Edward Warren b. Abt.1740
6. Robert Warren b. 06 Sep 1742
7. Susannah Warren b. Abt. 1744
8. Jane Warren
Barton was named a grandson is the 1717 will of Grandfather William Barton. He was active in Colonial Militia as was shown on a 1748 muster roll as commanding a company on Foot.