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BARRON

FIRST GENERATION (I am aware of earlier generations but I am starting my tree with John and Sarah)

John Barron born June 24, 1701 Talbot Co., Maryland and died February 13, 1724 married January 9, 1721 to Sarah Stacey b. 1719 d. 1726 Talbot Co., Maryland ; only known son Joseph E Barron never really knew his parents...but who raised him? He was named for his grandfather Joseph Barron born 1660 and died after June 1725 in Talbot Co., Maryland

Barrand (Barron), Joseph, Sr., planter,Talbot Co.,9th Mch., 1724; 2nd June, 1725. To wife Rachell, dwelling plantation during life; at her decease to dau. Elizabeth and hrs.; sd. dau. to live with her mother till of age; shd. she die without issue, sd. plantation to grandson Joseph, son of son John, dec'd. Household goods at decease of wife to be divided bet. dau. Elizabeth and son-in-law George Prouse. Test: Thomas Wiles (Wills), Henry Woods, William Scruant. 18, 392


  • 1. Joseph E Barron born March 1723 Mt Hope, Talbot Co. Maryland died August 2, 1793 West Sinking Creek, Washington Co., Tennessee married Anne Walker born September 2, 1733 Maryland - died aft 1793 Washington Co., Tennessee
  • SECOND GENERATION

  • 2. John Barron
  • 3. JOSEPH E BARRON, II b. July 30, 1752 Talbot Co., Maryland d. June 8, 1814 Campbell Co., Tennessee married SARAH MURRAY b. February 9, 1760 Baltimore Co., Maryland -died 1830 Campbell Co., Tennessee. December 22, 1806 Joseph and Sarah Murray Barron make their way from Washington Co to Campbell Co., Tennessee ; 150 acres in the county of Campbell and state of Tennessee in the Powells Valley - recorded June 3, 1807

  • 4. WILLIAM BARRON b. 1755 d. 1839 married MARY MURRAY b. 1749 Baltimore Co., Maryland - d. 1840 Sullivan Co., Tennessee

  • 5. HENRY BARRON 1757

  • 6. JAMES BARRON 1758 1850 to Georgia

  • 7. SARAH BARRON February 9, 1760 Rowan Co., North Carolina 1840 New Franklin, Howard Co., Missouri married 1779 WILLIAM ABRAHAM DODSON b. 1758 Tennessee and died Arkansas

  • Still uncertain about WALKER BARRON being a daughter of Joseph & Anne Walker Barron. There were several Walker Barron's who were males, maybe grandsons of Joseph & Ann

  • 8. WALKER BARRON February 9, 1765 ; LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT of WALKER BARRON, July 4, 1829: To wife Peggy and Dau. Polly, Plantation where I now live. Other children. Ex. Friend Thomas Barnes, Wit: Nathan Shipley, Peter Jackson, William Jackson. Proven October Session, 1829, Washington Co., Tennessee

  • 9. MARY BARRON February 19, 1767 Rowan Co., North Carolina married William Ford

  • THIRD GENERATION

  • MURRAY
  • 1. Jacob Barron 1775 stayed in Washington Co., Tennessee
  • 2. Thomas Barron 1776 1863 stayed in Washington Co., Tennessee
  • 3. Nancy Barron 1779 1813
  • 4. John Barron 1780 1838
  • 5. Rhoda Barron 1782 1850
  • 6. Elizabeth Barron 1784 1823
  • 7. Rebecca Barron 1786 1858
  • 8. James Barron 1788 1854
  • 9. Joseph L Barron 1800 1897

  • FOURTH GENERATION

    PHEBE JOB/JOBE born in Virginia married THOMAS BARRON, SR October 31, 1794 in Washington Co., Tennessee. Phebe died August 17, 1858 and Thomas died January 24, 1863. Both are buried in the Bacon Family Cemetery on the Range Farm, Elmer Walker Rd., Washington Co., Tennessee. Every time I visit the cemetery I find something new and this time I noticed Phebe spelled as Phebe ; however, her daughter's name is spelled Phoebe. I am sure most personal names have at some time been spelled differently and will continue to plague the genealogist. Another example is it JOBE or JOB and I am sure all through the years family members have had this problem
    Will of THOMAS BARRON

    In the name of God Almighty I hereby make my last will and testament as life is uncertain and death is sure and yet being in sound mind I hereby want my Estate disposed of as follows: In the first place after my death I want my body neatly put away after the manner and customs of the Country. Secondly, my funeral expenses be paid out of my Estate. Thirdly, all my just debts be paid if there should be any. Fourthly, I want all of my heirs to have an equal share of my Estate after the expences is paid. Fifthly, I want my Property what is on hands sold at public sale to the highest bidder on time as the Court may deem proper, and the money equally divided among my heirs. I hereby give the names of them commencing at the oldest; and that is dead their children to have their parents portion--their names is as follows: Vizi LEAR Epperson and NANCY Epperson, DANIEL Barron, JACOB Barron,SARAH Bacon,DEBORAH Bacon, JOHN Barron, THOMAS Barron, LYDDIAN Bacon, and PHOEBE Cox, these is my heirs. I want them to have my Estate for the affection I have for them. I do hereby nominate and appoint Nathan Shipley my Executor to my last will and Testament to sell my property and wind up my Estate, and do further appoint the said Nathan Shipley my Lawful Attorney to tend to my business through life as I am old and inform and cannot see to it myself and to be valued in law as though I did it myself. I hereunto subscribe my name this 8th day October in the Year of our Lord 1859. Thomas Barron Test: Thomas Epperson, John W. Bowser, Nathan Shipley Probated February 1863 2nd day. Signed: Thomas Barron