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President Barack Obama, left, and Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, right, during their bilateral meeting at the G20 Summit in St. Petersburg, Russia, Sept. 5, 2013 .

9:35AM THE PRESIDENT meets with the King and Queen of Sweden
The Royal Palace, Stockholm, Sweden

10:40AM THE PRESIDENT departs Stockholm, Sweden
Stockholm-Arlanda International Airport

MSK

1:55PM THE PRESIDENT arrives Saint Petersburg, Russia
Pulkovo International Airport

2:50PM THE PRESIDENT holds a bilateral meeting with Prime Minister Abe of Japan
Bilateral Meetings Pavilion

4:35PM THE PRESIDENT participates in an Official G-20 Arrival and Leaders Welcome
Konstantinovsky Palace

5:00PM THE PRESIDENT participates in G-20 Working Session One
Konstantinovsky Palace

8:00PM THE PRESIDENT participates in a G-20 working dinner
Konstantinovsky Palace


9/11 (September 11) Teaching Ideas, Activities, Lessons, and Resources

Reading Rainbow, Netflix Season 1, Episode 11 – The Tin Forest
LeVar talks to students in New York City about September 11, and Jeff Bridges reads about a man driven by sadness to create a metal forest.

Good Citizens in a Time of Emergency
How did ordinary people respond to the attacks of September 11, 2001? This lesson looks at how ordinary people acted in extraordinary ways and explores ways to practice good citizenship every day as well as in times of emergency or disaster. crfc.org

In Remembrance: Teaching September 11
A collection of resources for September 11th. teachinghistory.org

9-11 and the Constitution
A four-lesson unit relating the 9/11 attacks to topics in civic education. civiced.org

911 Remembrance Crafts
Several ideas from makingfriends.com

PBS: America Responds
Created to help educators teach students about peace, tolerance, war, patriotism, geography, and other related issues. pbs.org

Scholastic’s 9/11/01: The Day That Changed America
A variety of resources for September 11 scholastic.com

USA Unit
Lots of printable pages on patriotism, U.S. symbols, crosswords, word search, writing, and more. abcteach.com

Memorials

The National 9/11 Pentagon Memorial
Teaching resources and information including the 9/11 timeline, links to lesson plans, and more.


Nearly 1 in 5 Americans Suffers From Mental Illness Each Year

Every year, about 42.5 million American adults (or 18.2 percent of the total adult population in the United States) suffers from some mental illness, enduring conditions such as depression, bipolar disorder or schizophrenia, statistics released Friday reveal.

The data, compiled by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), also indicate that approximately 9.3 million adults, or about 4 percent of those Americans ages 18 and up, experience "serious mental illness" &ndash that is, their condition impedes day-to-day activities, such as going to work.

This data does not diverge greatly from the last SAMHSA report, released in 2012, which found that 45.9 million American adults, 20 percent of this demographic, experienced mental illness at least once annually. (Though there is a 1.8 percent difference, the statistics do have margins of error, and methods of compiling them are often revised, so this dip does not necessarily mean there has been a long-term decline in mental illness.)

The SAMHSA paper comes amid increasing scrutiny of the ability of America's health care system to handle issues of mental illness. For example, the American Mental Health Counselors Association released a study earlier this week claiming that adults with mental illness who live in those states electing against expanding Medicaid under Obamacare will be denied insurance. According to the study, care could be denied to up to 4 million patients.

The SAMHSA study breaks down mental illness rates by state. Perhaps surprisingly, New Jersey had the lowest national rates of overall and severe mental illness &ndash 14.7 percent and 3.1 percent, respectively.

The states with the most mental illness?

In Utah, 22.3 percent of the adult population experienced mental illness, and in West Virginia had the most cases of severe mental illness among adults, at 5.5 percent.

It may be tempting to look at the map that accompanies the study and try to make guesses at why, say, the Pacific Northwest and the Midwest seem to suffer more from mental illness than other regions. However, because there is so much mental health illness in all the states &ndash and lots of uncontrolled variables &ndash it would be hard to draw any real conclusions. According to the study, "factors that potentially contribute to the variation are not well understood and need further study."

Not all psychiatric statisticians are satisfied with SAMHSA's findings, with some alleging that the agency grossly understates the prevalence of mental illness.

Ronald Kessler, McNeil Family Professor of Health Care at Harvard and expert in large scale mental illness surveys, tells Newsweek that SAMHSA's assessment of serious mental illness is "pretty good" but that he believes that the "prevalence for any mental illness is too low."

Kessler, who is familiar with SAMHSA's computational methods, said that the agency did not measure all of the ailments in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders -- including some major ones like attention deficit disorder.

"I find it objectionable that they use this term 'any mental illness,'" he says. "What they really mean is any mental illness that they decided to measure. What they ask about is anxiety and depression and drinking and drugs, but there are many things beside that they totally ignored."'

Kessler estimates that the prevalence of mental illness might range from 25 to 30 percent of American adults. A 2011 report published by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention pegs the number at 25 percent.

SAMHSA's statistics division disagrees with Kessler's assessment.

"This captures the majority of people suffering from mental illness in the country," Dr. Kevin Hennessy, deputy director of the Center for Behavioral Health and Statistics and Quality, tells Newsweek. According to the report, the state-level estimates are based on data collected from 92,400 adults 18 and over from the 2011 and 2012 National Surveys on Drug Use and Health. The survey itself was built around the DSM, but also includes an "improved prediction model" developed based on previous survey attempts.

Ultimately, the experts might be splitting hairs even the state with the lowest rate of mental illness still nears 15 percent. Perhaps more importantly, only 62.9 percent of adults nationwide with serious mental illness received mental health treatment in the year they reported this illness.

Dr. Peter Delany &ndash director of the "the government's lead agency for behavioral health statistics," the Center for Behavioral Health and Statistics and Quality, according to SAMHSA's website &ndash tells Newsweek that the information shows policymakers, in black and white terms, that mental illness impacts a large portion of the population, regardless of statistical caveats.

"These are real people that have very serious problems," he says. "The data should be helping us think through how we want to approach helping them get services that they need."


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September 5, 2013 Day 229 of the Fifth Year - History

S6 E27 Episode 27

GPs: Behind Closed Doors

S6 E27 Episode 27

A visit about one health issue can lead to unexpected news.

S5 E17 About Face

S5 E17 About Face

About Face: Drama series. Assistant ME Jimmy Palmer finds himself at the centre of a labyrinthine murder investigation when he comes under fire at a crime scene. (S5 Ep 17)

Police Interceptors

S5 E5 Episode 5

Police Interceptors

S5 E5 Episode 5

The team smash down a door in order to save a man's life.

Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly

S3 E6 Episode 6

Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly

S3 E6 Episode 6

Identical twins buy dogs who do not see eye-to-eye.

Inside Tesco: 24/7

S1 E2 Episode 2

Inside Tesco: 24/7

S1 E2 Episode 2

The company's reinvention is examined.

S5 E18 Judgement Day (Part 1)

S5 E18 Judgement Day (Part 1)

Judgement Day Part One: Drama series. The death of a special agent in LA leads NCIS Director Jenny Shepard on a dangerous sub-rosa mission to finish some classified business. (S5 Ep 18)


September 5, 2013 Day 229 of the Fifth Year - History

S6 E27 Episode 27

GPs: Behind Closed Doors

S6 E27 Episode 27

A visit about one health issue can lead to unexpected news.

S5 E17 About Face

S5 E17 About Face

About Face: Drama series. Assistant ME Jimmy Palmer finds himself at the centre of a labyrinthine murder investigation when he comes under fire at a crime scene. (S5 Ep 17)

Police Interceptors

S5 E5 Episode 5

Police Interceptors

S5 E5 Episode 5

The team smash down a door in order to save a man's life.

Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly

S3 E6 Episode 6

Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly

S3 E6 Episode 6

Identical twins buy dogs who do not see eye-to-eye.

Inside Tesco: 24/7

S1 E2 Episode 2

Inside Tesco: 24/7

S1 E2 Episode 2

The company's reinvention is examined.

S5 E18 Judgement Day (Part 1)

S5 E18 Judgement Day (Part 1)

Judgement Day Part One: Drama series. The death of a special agent in LA leads NCIS Director Jenny Shepard on a dangerous sub-rosa mission to finish some classified business. (S5 Ep 18)


August

August is kind of like a deflated July. There are often tornadoes all over the place, just not many in one spot. 75 tornadoes touch down in August on average, which makes it the March of late summer.

The leaders for August again don’t include a state starting with T and ending in EXAS. Florida, Colorado, Minnesota, North Dakota, and Wisconsin win this mish-mash lottery. They all see four or more tornadoes when their numbers are rounded.


The Barons/Barrons, or Fitzgeralds, of Burnchurch

Cosimo Gherardini, Duke of Florence B: 0870 Florence, Firenze, Toscana, Italy D: 0920 Florence, Firenze, Toscana, Italy M:

Matthias Gherardini, Duke of Florence B: 0900 Florence, Firenze, Toscana, Italy D: 0965 Florence, Firenze, Toscana, Italy

Lord Otterus Gherardini, de Gherardini y Toscana B: 0934 Tuscany, Italy: Baron of Gherardini Lord of Tuscany D: 1010apx M: Rheingar verch Twdwr/Tudor B: Dynevor Castle, Cymru/Wales, daughter of Twdwr ap Ynyr ( Tudor Trevor (so called, because born or nursed at Trevor, Lord of Hereford, Whittington, and Both Maelors, and Founder of the Tribe of the Marches, an appellation derived from the numerous families seated in the Marches of England and Wales, and descended from him. Tudor Trevor’s chief seat was Whittington Castle, of which he is said to be the founder, and Welsh heralds assign to him ensigns “Party per bend sinister, ermine and ermines, over all, a lion rampant, or,” which, as chief arms, or quartered have been borne by all his descendants. The Lord of Hereford and Whittington m. Angharad, Dau of Howell Dha, King of South Wales, AD 907, the celebrated lawgiver of Cambria, and had, with other issue,) Llydock ap Tudor Trevor) & Angharad ferch Hywel of Denbighshire, Wales.

Otterus Gherardini, de Gherardini y Toscana B: 0985 Tuscany, Italy: Baron of Gherardini D: 1010 M: Sancia de la Cerda

Otho Dominus de Stanwell, Otho Otheus Gherardini de Windsor, Saxon Baron of England B: 10/05/1006 Tuscany, Italy. D: 1057 Middlesex, England. M: Beatrice Windsor, Lady Otho de Windsor B: 1010 Surrey, England D: 1097. Some of the family of Gerardini, Tuscany, came to England & Wales at time of Edward the Confessor B: 1003 D: 1066, ( Edward, the penultimate Anglo-Saxon king of England, was known as 'the Confessor' because of his deep piety Edward was the son of Ethelred II 'the Unready' and Emma, the daughter of Richard I of Normandy. The family was exiled in Normandy after the Danish invasion of 1013, but returned the following year and negotiated Ethelred's reinstatement. After Ethelred's death in 1016 the Danes again took control of England. Edward lived in exile until 1041, when he returned to the London court of his half brother, Hardecanute. He became king in 1042) .

Walter fitz Other de Windsor (FitzOtho), of Eaton, Constable of Windsor, Keeper of the Forests of Windsor B: 1037 Wales, Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales D: 1100 in Brecon, Breconshire, Wales or Hampshire, Middlesex, Surrey, England M1): Beatrice de Offley B: 1052 Offaly, Ireland D: 1075 M2): Gwladus Gladys Comyn Verch Rhiwallon B: 1041 D: 1139 Llandyfelsant, Wales. Walter held extensive lands as tenant-in-chief in Berkshire. Buckinghamshire, Hampshire, Middlesex, and Surrey, granted him by the Conqueror. Upon his father's death after 1100, Gerald's oldest brother, William, inherited the office of Constable of Windsor his second oldest brother, Robert, inherited Eton, whilst Gerald received the manor of Moulsford and several other estates in Berkshire Gerald's family was one of the"service families" on whom William the Conqueror relied for his survival. 3 children:(1

Gerald de Windsor 1070-1135 2

William de Windsor 1072-? and 3

Robert de Windsor 1072-1158).

S ir Geraldus Fitzwalter De Windsor , Constable of Pembroke B : 1075 Wales, Pembrokeshire, Carew Castle D: 1120 in Pembroke, Terby, Pembrokeshire, Wales. Walter fitzOtho was a Norman in the following of William the Conqueror, the first castellan of the strategic fortress of Windsor and Keeper of its Forest, entrusted to him upon its completion by the Conqueror. Gerald had at least three older brothers, William, Robert, and Maurice M: Nest verch Rhys, Princess of Wales, Concubine #13 of Henry I of England, of Deheubarth and Gwladys ferch Rhiwallon B: 1073 Dynevor, Llandyfesisant, Carmarthenshire, Wales D: 1136 in Hanging Marsh, Garth Celyn, Aber Garth Celyn. Gerald was the first castellan of Pembroke Castle in Dyfed in the late 11th and early 12th centuries, and the Norman chieftain in charge of the Norman forces in southwest Wales. He was the father of the FitzGerald and de Barry dynasties of Ireland, who were elevated to the ranks of peers of Ireland in the 14th century. When the Geraldines, "Geralds' sons and grandsons" married, Gerald added "Fitz" to their last name, thus the beginning of the "FitzGerald" or "Sons of Gerald" dynasty. Sir Knight Gerald Fitz-Walter de Windsor was named by King Henry I as 'Constable of Pembroke Castle". He also defended the Castle against the Welsh and served as Constable under Arnulf De Montgomery. He married Nest Verch Rhys "Princess of Wales" at Windsor Castle. Evidently his wife and children were kidnapped by one of her cousins. She was thereafter called "Helen of Wales" because of Helen of Troy. She was a great beauty and her kidnapping almost started a war. Gerald of Windsor was constable, under Arnulf de Montgomery, of his castle of Pembroke, and successfully defended it when it was attacked by the Welsh in 1092. In 1100, he went to Ireland to demand for Arnulf the daughter of King Murrough in marriage. When Arnulf was deprived of his estates and exiled by Henry I in 1102, the King granted the custody of Pembroke Castle to Gerald. The family of Gerald and Nest was remarkable in three respects: it included a large number of males most of them were involved in the Norman incursions and settlements in Ireland and the family produced a fluent writer who recorded their deeds. His heir, William, and his younger son, Maurice, were leading Anglo-Norman forces against the Welsh in 1136. Nest bore Gerald at least five children, three sons and two daughters. Through her children by Gerald, Nest is an ancestress of the de Bohun Family, the Tudor monarchs of England, and, through the Tudors, of the Stuarts, as well as of President John F. Kennedy, and Diana, Princess of Wales.

Hawise of Windsor B: 1090 Hastings, Sussex, England D: M: Walter de Hastings B: 1068 D: 1100

Maurice fitz Gerald/Lord of Lanstephan, The Invader or Maurice de Windsor B: 1100 Windsor, Bershire, England D: 09/01/1177 Abby Grey Friars, Wisford, Berkshire, England. Lord of Maynooth, Naas & Lord of Llansteffan. Was in the battles of Norman invasion of Ireland, Battle of Crug Mawr and Siege of Wexford 1169. The parish of Llansteffan consisted of two very distinct villages with separate churches: Llansteffan by the estuary and Llanybri on the hilltop inland. Llansteffan , is a village on the coast of Carmarthenshire in south-west Wales. It lies on the western side of the River Tywi estuary, some seven miles below the county town of Carmarthen and opposite the village of Ferryside. See below.

Llansteffan Castle 1905

William fitz Gerald B: 1103 D: 1173 (was lord of Carew in Wales, ancestor of the families of Carew, Grace, Fitzmaurice, Gerald, and the Keatings of Ireland & was the father of Raymond FitzGerald and Isabella Le Gros md William De Haya Wallenisis and the descendants of one of his sons took the name of De Carew, and from them, it is said, are descended the Carews of Ireland, great families in Cork, Wexford, and Carlow).

Isabella Le Gros M: William William De Haya Wallenisis. David and Philip where considered The Welshman and the starting of the Welsh/Walsh (Philip) Walensis/Wallace (David) going from Scotland to Ireland. Philip Walensis had a son named Howell of Welsh Walensis. Howell of Welsh Walensis had a son named Griffin Geoffory of Welsh Walensis. Griffin Geoffory of Welsh Walensis had a son named Roger of Welsh whom married Maud Waulip.

David fitz Gerald B: 1099 Pembrokeshire, Wales D: 1176 Archdeacon of Cardigan and Bishop of St. Davids 1148.

Anghared de Windsor/Angareth fitz Gerald B: D: M: William Fitz Odo de Barry/Barri.

Philip de Barry Founded Ballybeg Abbey at Buttevant in Ireland

Gerald Cambrensisof Wales The historian

Gwladys (mother of Milo de Cogan)

Sir Maurice fitz Gerald/Lord of Lanstephan, The Invader or Maurice de Windsor B: 1100apx Windsor, Berkshire, England D: 09/01/1177 Grey Friars, Welford, Berkshire, England. One of the first of the Anglo-Norman invaders in Ireland, and ancestor of the different families of the Fitzgeralds in this country. He was a celebrated Anglo-Norman Chief who came over with Strongbow, and was ancestor of the earls of Kildare and Desmond. Lord of Lanstephan, Baron of Naas & Wicklow. M: 1149 Alice de Montgomerey, B: 1110 Marche, Poitou, France D: 1176, daughter of Arnulph "Cimbricus" de Montgomery, Earl of Pembroke, B: 1080apx Marche, Poitou, France D: 1119 Munster, Ireland & Princess Lafracoth Munster O'Brien, B: 1080apx Munster, Ireland D: Munster, Ireland & sister of Robert Montgomery 1102-1179 . 6 children William fitz Maurice (Baron of Naas), Sir Gerald fitz Maurice (Baron of Offaly 1150 Windsor, , Berkshire, England D: 1203, became the ancestor of the Earls of Kildare and modern Dukes of Leinster M: Katherine de Valois 1153-?), Thomas fitz Maurice (Baron of Ogonelle), Alexander fitz Maurice, Maurice fitz Maurice (Baron of Kiltrany 1218), and Nesta fitz Maurice (M: Herve de Marisco).

Maurice FitzMaurice FitzGerald, Baron Of Kiltany B: 1120 D: 1218

Gerald Fitz Offaly Maurice 1st Baron of Offaly B: 1150 D: 1203 Kildare, Ireland M: Eve de Bermingham B: 1168 D: 1226, daughter of Robert de Bermingham, 1124-1197.  Took part in the conquest of the Limerick

Maurice Fitz FizThomas Gerald, 2nd Baron of Offaly B:1190/1194 Kildare, Irelnd D: 05/20/1257 Youghal Monastary, Cork, Ireland. M1: Maud de Prendergast 1242-1273 M2: Juliana de Greneville B: 1215 Wales, Glamorgan, Aberdare D: 1227. A Norman-Irish peer, soldier, and Justiciar of Ireland from 1232 to 1245. He mustered many armies against the Irish, and due to his harsh methods as Justiciar, he received criticism from King Henry III of England. He was the brother of David FitzMaurice FitzGerald and Thomas FitzMaurice FitzGerald. He succeeded to the title of Lord of Offaly on 01/15/1204, and was invested as a knight in July 1217, at the age of 23. In 1224 he founded South Abbey, Youghal, the proto-friary of the Irish Province of the Observant Franciscans, dedicated to St. Nicholas. Maurice was summoned to London to accompany King Henry III of England to Poitou and Gascony in October 1229. He was appointed Justiciar of Ireland in September 1232 and held the post until 1245. His reputation was marred by rumours that he had contrived the death of Richard Marshal, 3rd Earl of Pembroke in 1234. FitzGerald met Marshal at the Battle of the Curragh on 1 April, where Marshal was wounded and died shortly after. It was rumoured that Marshal had been betrayed. In February 1235, the King criticised him for his proceedings in office, and described him as "little pleasant, nay, beyond measure harsh in executing the King's mandates". The same year, he took part in the subjugation of Connacht. In the years 1241 and 1242, and later in 1246, 1247, and 1248 he mustered armies against the Irish. In the Annals of the Four Masters, 1247, it was recorded that Melaghlin O' Donnell, the Lord of Tyrconnell was slain by Maurice FitzGerald. In 1257, Maurice and his Norman army engaged the forces led by Goffraidh Ó Dónaill, King of Tyrconnell at the Battle of Credan, north of what is now County Sligo. The two men fought each other in single combat and both were gravely wounded. Maurice died of his injuries at Youghal Monastery, wearing the habit of the Franciscans, on 20 May 1257, aged 63 years. In the Annals of the Four Masters, 1257 his death is described thus: "Maurice FitzGerald for some time Lord Justice of Ireland and the destroyer of the Irish, died." (In Irish this reads as: "Muiris macGerailt lustis Ereann re h-edh diosccaoilteach Gaoidheal d'écc".) The Franciscan Friary of South Abbey, Youghal was founded in 1224 by Maurice FitzGerald, 2nd Lord of Offaly, and he was buried there in 1257. His grandson Thomas FitzGerald had founded the Dominican Priory of North Abbey, Youghal. Samuel Lewis in his Topographical Dictionary of Ireland written in 1837 said of it: In 1224, Maurice FitzGerald founded a Franciscan monastery on the south side of the town, which was the first religious foundation of the order in Ireland. It is recorded that he originally intended the building for a castle, but that, in consequence of some harsh treatment which the workmen received from his eldest son, he changed his design and determined to devote it to religious uses: but, dying in 1257, it was completed in 1260 by his youngest son, Thomas. The exact year of when the first Franciscans came to Youghal, is uncertain and some sources cite 1224, and others 1226. Either way both dates are close to the lifetime of St. Francis of Assisi. The Friary were dissolved in the 16th century, and no remains of it can be seen today. He was succeeded as Lord of Offaly by his son, Maurice FitzGerald, 3rd Lord of Offaly, rather than the rightful successor, his grandson, Maurice, son of his eldest son, Gerald.

Youghal Monastary 

Thomas Lixnaw Kerry FitzMaurice FitzThomas B:1220 Molahiffe, Kerry, Kerry, Ireland D: 06/29/1280 Bruree, Limerick, Limerick, Ireland M: Grainne MacMurrough B:

Maurice Fitz FizThomas Gerald, 3rd Baron of OffalyB: 1238 Offaly, Ireland D: 11/07/1286 New Ross, Ireland. He married twice. His first marriage was to Maud de Prendergast (1242-1273), daughter of Gerald de Prendergast, Lord Of Enniscorthy, Constable Of Leinster (1210-1251), and had one daughter by that marriage. His second marriage was to Emmeline Longespee (1252–1291), daughter of Stephen Longespee, Seneschal of Gascony (1216-1260), and had one daughter by that marriage, . In 1272, he was made Lord-Justice of Ireland. He more than once invaded Thomond, in 1277 taking prisoner and executing O'Brien Roe, prince of that district on his return, with part of his forces, he was surrounded in a pass of the Slieve Bloom mountains, and his men were reduced to eat horse flesh, and ultimately compelled to give hostages, and grant to the Irish the Castle of Roscommon. A poem celebrating the efforts made to defend Ross against rival factions, by walling it in 1265, is given by Mr. Croker in his Popular Songs of Ireland. The Baron of Offaly died at Ross, County Wexford, Ireland. 

Juliana FitzMaurice 1263-1300. When Juliana was 12 years of age, she married Thomas de Clare (1245-1287) in February 1275 in Essex, England. He was the son of Richard IV de Clare (1222-1262) and Maude de (Lacy) Clare (1223-1288).  Thomas and Juliana de Clare were the parents of the following known children: Maud de Clare, Gilbert de Clare, Richard de Clare and Margaret de Clare. During their marriage, Thomas and Juliana lived in Ireland and in England. Bunratty Castle was the home of Juliana FitzGerald and Thomas de Clare Thomas died on 29 Aug 1287.  J uliana married Nicholas Avenel in 1288. He died in 1291. She then married Adam de Cretynges in 1292.  J uliana Lady Thomond FitzMaurice FitzGerald de Cretynges died on 24 Sep 1300 in Thomond, Connaught, Clare, Ireland. She was 37 years old.  H er numerous descendants included English kings Henry V, Edward IV, Richard III, Mary, Queen of Scots, Anne Boleyn, Mary Boleyn, and Diana, Princess of Wales. The current British Royal Family directly descend from her, as do most of the other European royal families. 

Maurice FitzThomas FitzMaurice B: 1260 Molahiffe, Kerry, Ireland D: 04/14/1305 Molahiffe, Kerry, Kerry, Ireland M: Ellen Fitzelie B: 1257 Molahiffe, Kerry, Kerry, Ireland D: 1336 Molahiffe, Kerry, Kerry, Ireland.

William fitz Maurice (Baron of Kiltrany 1247) B: 1314

Maurice Kiltrany, 6th Baron of Kiltrany/ William fitz Maurice Fitzgerald, Baron of Kiltrany B: 1319 D: 1375 M: 1327 Margaret Outlawe B: 1301 D: daughter of William Outlawe, a wealthy banker from Kilkenny. William fitz held land in Ballyleni, of Miles fitz Miles, in the Barony of Overk. 2 children.

William FitzMaurice Fitzgerald B: 1326 Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Ireland D: 1375 Burnchurch, Cokilkenny, Ireland M: Margaret FitzGerald B: 1345 D:

Rowland Richard FitzRowland B: 1374 Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Ireland D: 1448 M: 1410 Margaret FitzGerald, B: 1390 D: Rowland was appointed Keeper of the Peace f or Co. Kilkenny, in 1405, and again in 1410.

Richard FitzRowland Fitzgerald B: 1420 Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Ireland D: 1502 Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Ireland M: Johanna Whytte/White B: 1435 D:

Richard Fitzgerald, 1st Baron of Burnchurch FitzGerald B: 1440

Rowland/Roland FitzMaurice 2nd Baron of Burnchurch B: 1490 D: 02/01/1545 M: Anastasia FitzGerald B: 1500 Kilkenny, Ireland D: Rowland was Lord of Burnchurch, in 1527 (Raoulandus fitz Maurice, Baron do Ecca.Cremata, in Graves MSS). He held the office of Member of Parliament (M.P.) for County Kilkenny in 1532.  He was sheriff of Co. Kilkenny in 1535 and 1537, and, dying Feb. 1st, 1544-45, is buried, together with his wife, Anastatia St. Leger, in Burnchurch.

William Fitzgerald, or Baron, the eldest son and heir, who became a priest, and was then appointed Vicar of Burnchurch, as appears from the following: "1546 (March 21). "Presentation of William Baron, otherwise Fitzgerald, son and heir of Rowland Fitzgerald, Baron of Burchchurch, to the vicarage of Burnchurch, otherwise Kiltrany, in the county of Kilkenny, vacant by the resignation of Richard Melley, and in the King's gift, pleno jure."[Pat.37 Hen. VII]

Peter Fitzgerald or Baron, who is referred to in the following entry: "1546 (Feb. 12). Pardon of Peter Fitzgerald, otherwise called Peter Baron, of Danganmore, son of Roland Fitzgerald, otherwise Roland Baron, late of Burnchurch, in the county of Kilkennt, horseman." [Pat. 37 Hen. VII]

John Fitzgerald 3rd Baron of Burnchurch B: 1520 Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Ireland D: 1552 Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Ireland. M: Jane FitzGerald B: 1508 Cloyne, Cork, Cork, Ireland D: 1578. He became his father's successor and heir apparently by the renunciation of his rights by his eldest brother, William. He was a Justice of the Peace for the Co. Kilkenny, in 1552, in which year he met his death, as the following shows: "1557 (Oct. 6). Pardon to Grace fitz John, kern, indicted as one of a bank who attacked John Fitzgerald alias Baron, of Burnechurche, a Justice of the Peace of the County of Kilkenny, in the 6th year of Edward VI., at Maillardeston, when the said John was murdered by Edmund Moor O'Clery." [see Fiants of Philip and Mary] He is buried with his parents at Burnchurch, but only the year of his death, 1552, and the prayer for his soul, may now be deciphered on the tomb.

Richard Baron of Burnchurch FitzGerald B: 1550 in Burnchurch, Kilkenny, Ireland D: 1595-1602apx in Burnchurch, Kilkenny, Ireland M: Ismay Browne, daughter of William Patrick & Devereux Browne of Mulrankan, Cty, Wexford. B: 1548 in Malrancan, Wexford, Ireland D: 1570 in Burnchurch, Kilkenny, Ireland, son of John, was but a few years old at the death of his father in 1552. During his minority he appears to have been in (the) charge of a gentleman named Patrick Sherlock. He came of age about 1569 and was still living in 1594. He died within the next eight years.

Richard Baron of Burnchurch FitzGerald, Burnchurch Castle

Burnchurch castle or Tower House was built and owned by the Fitzgeralds, otherwise Barron, of Burnchurch who descended from Maurice Fit z Maurice whose father was most probably Maurice Fitz Gerald one of the first of the Anglo-Norman invaders into Ireland and ancestor of the different branches of Fitzgeralds in the count ry. The Fitzgeralds of Burnchurch, known also by the surname of Barron, account for the wide distribution of the of surname Barron in this part of county Kilkenny. They lost their lands to Colonel William Warden in the mid 17th century under the Cromwellian settlements. The property later passed by marriage into the Flood family. The Round Tower would have originally formed a corner of the walled bawn or enclosure attached to the Tower House.

William FitzGerald Baron B: 1570 Burnchurch, Kilkenny, Ireland D: 1623 Kiliske, Wexford, Ireland M: Margaret Butler B: 1575 Burnchurch, Kilkenny, Ireland D:

Ellis Barron Sr B: 1605 in Waterford, Ireland migrated to New England during the Puritan Great Migration, He left England for the Massachusetts Bay Colony in the 1630s. See below line.

Ellis Barron Sr B: 1605 in Waterford, Ireland, he migrated to New England during the Puritan Great Migration, leaving England for the Massachusetts Bay Colony in the 1630s. He became a freeman in Watertown 06/02/1641, was the constable in 1658 and a selectman in 1668 and 1673. On 7 November 1670 "It was a greed that Brother Barron shall take a new inventory of the estate of the town (1620-1640). According to the first inventory of grants and possession in Watertown, taken in 1639, Ellis owned a homestall of ten acres, more or less, bounded east by Thomas Boyson and Richard Linton, west with Stone Street, north by James Cutler, and south by Thomas Smith. This is the same holding as described in the third inventory, taken about 1646. D: 10/30/1876 Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts. M: Hannah Hammond-Hawkins, daughter of William Hammond and Elizabeth widow of Timothy Hawkins B: Lavenham, Suffolk, England 07/14/1616 D: 09/01/1685.

Watertown Founders Monument 

Hannah Hammond Barron

Susanna Barron B: 1632 D: 05/14/1673 M: 12/14/1653 St

Ellis Barron Jr B: 1633 Burnchurch, County Killkenny, Ireland D: 1712 Watertown, Middlesex County, MA M: Hannah Hawkins B: 1637 D: 1673 Groton, MA. Daughter of Timothy Hawkins & Anne Hammond B:1616 Levenham, England. Anne was the daughter of William Hammond & Elizabeth Paine. M:2) Lydia Prescott B: 08/15/1641 Watertown, Middlesex County, MA D: 12/31/1723 Sowerby, Halifax, Yorkshire, England

Ellis Barron III B: 04/22/1655 D: 1710 Groton, MA M: Mary Sherman, daughter of John Sherman

Hannah Barron B: 03/06/1658 D: M: 06/14/1678 James Cady

Elizabeth Barron B: 04/14/1660 D: young

Sarah Barron B: 11/04/1662 D: M:

Grace Barron B: 07/29/1665 Groton, New London County, CT D: M:

Mehitable Barron B: 06/22/1668 Groton, New London County, CT D: M: Eleazer Parker

Timothy Barron B: 04/18/1673 Groton, New London County, CT D: 09/01/1718 M: 03/10/197 Rachel

Watertown Cemetery 

Dorthy Barron B: 03/06/1675 Groton, New London County, CT D:

Abigail Barron B: 11/14/1676 Watertown, Middlesex Cty, MA D: 1711 Lancaster, Worcester County, MA M: 06/02/1700 Henry Houghton, Watertown, Middlesex County, MA. Henry B: 02/23/1676 Lancaster, Woburn, Middlesex County, MA D: 12/17/1756 Bolton, Worcester County, MA

Henry Houghton B: 1704 Watertown, Middlesex County, MA D: 12/24/1777 Harvard, Worcester County, MA

Hannah Barron B: 1635 Burnchurch, County Killkenny, Ireland D: 07/14/1680 M: 1658 Simon Coolidge

Mary Barron B: 1636apx Watertown, Middlesex, MA D: 02/13/1716 Watertown, MA M: 12/10/1650 in Watertown MA to Daniel Warren B: 02/25/1627 Nayland, Essex, England D: 1715 Son of John Warren III & Margaret Bayley

Elizabeth Warren B: 02/14/1660 D: 06/14/1692 M: Jonathon Taintor B: 07/10/1654 D: 1712

Deacon Joseph Taintor B: 05/25/17688 D: 02/19/1764

John Barron B: Watertown, Ma. D:

Sarah Barron B: Watertown, Ma. D:

Moses Barron B: Watertown, Ma. D:

Peter Barron B: Watertown, Ma. D:

Sir Edward Fitzgerald, Baron of Burnchurch , his son, succeeded, before Nov. 4th, 1602. B: 1570 Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Ireland D: 1645 Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Ireland M: Anstace Roth-FitzGerald B: 1570 D: 1625 On the 15th June, 1607, livery was granted "to Roland Fitzgerald of Kiltranyheyn alias Burnechurch, Esqr., son of Richard Fitzgerald, late of same, deceased. Fine £50." Roland was still living in 1641, but died soon after, leaving by his wife, Anstace, eldest daughter of Tobert Rothe of Kilkenny (1550-1622), at least two sons, Richard, his successor and Edward. Father Patrick Fitzgerald who was parish priest of St. Patrick's, Kilkenny, for 30 years or more, and died Oct. 3rd, 1749, is stated on his monument in St. Patrick's churchyard, to have sprung from the noble family of the Fitzgeralds of Burnchurch, and from the noble family of Rothes. It is probable, therefore, that he was descended in the direct line from the Captain's grandparents, Roland Fitzgerald and Anstace Rothe. On the 15th June, 1607, livery was granted "to Roland Fitzgerald of Kiltranyheyn alias Burnechurch, Esqr., son of Richard Fitzgerald, late of same, deceased. Fine £50." Roland was still living in 1641, but died soon after. M: 1590 Anstace Rothe, eldest daughter of Robert Rothe of Kilkenny (04/28/1550-1622). Robert Rothe the son of David Rothe, ‘sovereign’ of Kilkenny in 1541, and commissioner for the county in 1558. Robert Rothe was the Earl of Ormonde. The Rothes were merchants foremost, however, they were also involved in politics. They ware part of an oligarchy of around ten families who controlled Kilkenny throughout the 15th and 16th centuries, and into 17th century. Rothe house was constructed on a burgage plot John Rothe Fitz Piers acquired. The house was confiscated after Charles I defeat in England, due to their involvement in the confederation of Kilkenny. Following the restoration of Charles II the house was given back to the family. .see below

Rowland Fitz Gerald Baron B: D: 10/28/1561 Archbishop of Cashel 1553

William fitz Maurice (Baron of Kiltrany 1314-1326).

Sir Edward Fitzgerald, Baron of Burnchurch B: 1570 Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Ireland D: 1645 Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Ireland M: Anstace Rothe-FitzGerald B: 1570 D: 1625 On the 15th June, 1607, livery was granted "to Roland Fitzgerald of Kiltranyheyn alias Burnechurch, Esqr., son of Richard Fitzgerald, late of same, deceased. Fine £50." Roland was still living in 1641, but died soon after, leaving by his wife, Anstace, eldest daughter of Tobert Rothe of Kilkenny (1550-1622), at least two sons, Richard, his successor and Edward. Father Patrick Fitzgerald who was parish priest of St. Patrick's, Kilkenny, for 30 years or more, and died Oct. 3rd, 1749, is stated on his monument in St. Patrick's churchyard, to have sprung from the noble family of the Fitzgeralds of Burnchurch, and from the noble family of Rothes. It is probable, therefore, that he was descended in the direct line from the Captain's grandparents, Roland Fitzgerald and Anstace Rothe.

Richard Fitzgerald Baron, his successor, Baron of Burnchurch B: D: M:

Forstall, daughter of Robert Forstall. He joined the Jacobites in the confederate movement, he was deprived of his estates by Oliver Cromwell in 1653 (816 acres at Burnchurch, 244 acres at Bueper, 34 acres at Bowley). He was transplanted to Connaught in 1654. M:2) Elizabeth Richard Fitzgerald, or Baron, joined the Confederate Movement lost his ancestral estate, consisting of 816 ac. 3r. in Burnchurch, 244ac. in Bueper, now Viper, and 134ac, in Bowley -- under Cromwell, in 1653 and was transplanted to Connaught in 1654. He is said to have left at his death two children, then minors. Richard Fitzgerald did not continue the family. The representatives of the family then devolved upon his nephew Captain James Fitzgerald, son of his brother Edward.

Joan Fitzgerald M: Peter Butler, of Danginespidogy.

Ellice Fitzgerald M: Richard Serment, of Lismacteige, Ireland.

Edward Fitzgerald/Baron B: 1685 Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Ireland D: Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Ireland M:

Maurice Barron B: D: M: Polly Fitzgerald

Captain James Barron, Fitzgerald of Fahagh M: Fannie/Slany Ny Brien O'Brion, daughter of Donald More O'Brien. He served in France under the Prince of Conde and returned to Ireland with Colonel Dempsey and others after the Restoration of Charles II. 

William Bagge Barron B: D: M: . He lived at Ballykirogue 

Stephen Barron B: D: M: unknown Brennan, daughter of Hearn of Brennan. He lived at Carrigeennahaha, County Waterford, Ireland

Pierre Barron, of Garrahillersh, County Waterford B: 1670 D: M: 05/12/1697 Mary FitzGerald, daughter of Thomas FitzGerald and Mary Horey

William Barron B: 1717 D: M: Mary Anne Kennedy

William Barron M: Margaret Hay

Pierse Barron M: Johanna Connery

Mary Barron M: William Keating 

John Barron of Ballydurne, County Waterford B: 1718 D: 1800 M: Martha Donovan

John Barron 1754-1791 M: Mary Barron d/o Pierse Barron and Johanna Connery.

Pierse George Barron M: Katherine Elizabeth Bolton. Held the office of High Sheriff in 1835, held the office of Deputy Lieutenant and held the office of Justice of the Peace .

Katherine Elizabeth Barron

Commodore James Fitzgerald Barron B: 1722 B urnchurch, Waterford, Ireland D: 1773 M: 1739 Flanni Slany O’Brien, daughter of Donald O'Brien. B: 1722 The Barron Families lived in Waterford County, Kilkenny County, South Tipperary and Wexford Ireland. The Barron Families owned approx. 10,000 acres of valuable land up to the 17th century. 5 children , that lived at Abbeyside Castle, Dungarvan, County Waterford, Ireland. He also lived at Cummeragh). James served in France under the prince of Conde and returned to Ireland with Colonel Dempsey and others after the Restoration of Charles II. He petitioned for the return of the barony and lands of Burnchurch with the Treasury Office, Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland, but his claim, like those of many other Cavaliers who had suffered for their loyalty, was rejected. He was also known as Captain James Fitzgerald of Fahagh. He lived at County Waterford, Ireland.

Captain William Barron B: 1740 Burnchurch, Waterford, Ireland D: 09/21/1780 Augusta, GA M: 1760 Prudence Davis, daughter of Thomas Davis and Harriet Hatch B: 1742 Waterford, Ireland D: 1796 Warren, GA. Moved to GA from Ireland in 1766, to St. Pauls Parish. The Commodore Barrons of Virginia, Commodore James Barron and his two sons, Commodore James Barron, Jr., Commodore Samuel and his son Captain William Barron were of the same family, and were in the service of the U. S. A. during the Revolutionary War and since them .  Captain William Barron was in command of a Company during the Revolutionary War. He was woulded during the battle of Augusta, Georgia, and after he had lain on the battlefield for three days without attention, his men returned under a flag of truce to bury the dead and care for the wounded and found him. Contrary to his wishes, they carried him to the edge of the town and laid him on old Grayson's piazza. Grayson was an old Tory and knew that the English had offered a considerable sum for his head. As soon as the Tories found it out they hired an Indian to behead him. They put his head, as a trophy, on a pole erected in the center of Augusta where it remained three weeks, until the Whigs regained the town and took it down. He was a brave fighter and a terror to the Tories and British 

John FitzGerald Barron B: 03/15/1763 Ireland D: 07/15/1823 M: 1784 Frances Frankey Garrard, the daughter of John Garrard of Wilkes County, Ga. B: 1764 D: 1806

William Barron B: 1787 Warren, GA D: 1862 Plano, TX M: 1809 Mary Ellis B: 1787 D: 1870 10 children. William lived at Ballykirogue

Nancy Barron B: 1788 D: 1835 M: 1807 Benjamin Callaway Sr, son of Johnathan Callaway and Sarah Dennis B: 1788 Henry, VA D: 1841 Macon, AL. Buried in Midway, AL. 10 children.

Garrard Barron B: 1791 D: M: Elizabeth Oxford

James A. Barron B: 05/15/1792 D: 10/13/1867 M: 1816 Sarah Miles B: 12/12/1796 D: 13 children

Jacob Barron B: 1793 D: M: Francis Billberry

Samuel Barron B: 1795 D: 1842 M: Mary Elizabeth Pearson

Polly Barron B: 1799 GA D: 1823 AL M: 1821 John Billberry B: 1799

Rev. Hiram Barron B: 04/03/1801 D: 03/07/1872 M: 11/16/1820 Pheriby/ Pheribee Duke Poole daughter of Samuel Pool and Agnes Bullock. B: 05/15/1802 D: 12/24/1871. Hiram moved to Russell, AL in 1837 and ran a sawmill acrross the river from Columbus. He then moved to Randolph, AL in 1848. He was an elder in the Primitive Baptist church, and served as a Minister there for forty years.. He was elected ensign of a company of militia formd in the neighborhood. 7 children. M2: Sinia Barrow Oxford B: 1786  D: 1 child.

Milton Decatur Barron B: 1800 D: 1861 M: Elizabeth Burge 1 child

Henry Barron B: 08/04/1803 D: 04/07/1870 M: 01/08/1824 Sarah Sally Callaway daughter of Johnathan Callaway and Sarah Dennis 12 children

Mary Elizabeth Barron B: 10/25/1765 Ireland D: 1827 M: 06/22/1786 Jacob Garrard, son of John Garrard and Mary Bolt B: 09/04/1793 Laurens, SC. D: 1819 in Dennis, Putman, Ga. He was buried in 1819 in Watt Field, Putnam, GA. At 16, Jacob fought in the Revolution War at Cowpens. In 1804, the family moved from Wilkes to Baldwin. Jacob, his children John, Mary, Eliza and Lucinda William, his wife and children and negroes all died from typhoid after a dam was buile on Rooty Creek, only William's son John Marion survived.

Nancy Garrard B: 10/14/1787 GA D: 1834

John Garrard B: 02/20/1790 GA D: 1819 GA

Willam Barron Garrard B: 12/07/1791 GA D: 11/22/1862 M: 10/06/1822 Jones, GA to Mary Ann Roquemore, daughter of Peter Roquemore. B: 1791 D:

Jacob Garrard Jr B: 07/ /1794 GA D: 1814

Mary Rebecca Garrard B: 02/04/1798 GA D: 1819 GA

Deacon Hiram Garrard B: 03/24/1800 D: 11/17/1871 M: 11/1824 Martha Booker Goss daughter of Benjamin Goss Jr. and Susannah Davis. B: 10/12/1805 GA D: 04/30/1880 Montgomery, AL & buried in Wright Cememtery, Montgomery, AL. Hiram was baptized at the age of 17 by Rev. Richard Pace and was ordained a deacon about 1828 in Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church, where he served for more than twenty years

Zillah Ann Garrard B: 08/08/1802 D: 1875 Panola, TX. M: 1820 Rev. James M. Roquemore son of Peter Roquemore. B: 1802 D:

Eliza Mariah Garrard B: 09/15/1806 GA D: 1819 GA

Anna Lucinda Garrard B: 03/18/1808 GA D: 1819 GA

Samuel Barron B: 1768 D: 1826 M: Joannah Braswell B: 10/12/1770, Hancock County, GA D: 03/03/1834, Jones County, GA

William Barron, d. Barron Cemetery, Jones County, GA

Sarah Sally Barron B: 02/02/1794, Hancock County, GA D: 11/21/1884, Jones County,Georgia (Age 90 years)

Nancy Barron, b. Abt 1796, Warren County,GA D: Aft 1863 (Age

Jonathan Barron B: Abt 1802, Warren County, GA D:

Benjamin Barron B: 07/02/1802 D: 11/13/1872, Jones County, Georgia (Age 70 years)

Wiley Barron B: Abt 1804, Warren County, Georgia

Abner Abington Barron B: 1/03/1809, Jones County, GA, D: 03/11/ 1852, Jones County,Georgia. (Age 42 years)

James Barron, b. Abt 1816, Jones County, Georgia 

Commodore James William Barron Jr. B: 05/ /1769 D: 11/ /1848 See Below

James S. Barron B: 11/07/1791 D: 12/05/1856

Prudence Barron B: 1770 D: 1810 M: George Vest B: 1770 D: 1808

John Barron B: 1744 D: 1799 M: Ellenor Miller

Samuel Madison Barron Sr B: 1748 D: 1802 M: Ann Brazile B: 1754 Waterford, Ireland D: 1809

Samuel Madison Barron Jr B: 08/28/1767 GA D: 12/16/1801 M: Jane Miller 1772-1835 M: 03/22/1793 Joannah Braswell

Davis A Barron 1794-1850 M: Maria Mariah Walden 1803-1862, Choctaw Indian Princess (Walden Wind Clan). 

Samuel Madison Barron 1823- M1: Araminta Dormer Buie M2: Elizabeth Gwyness

Thomas W. N. Barron 1826-1915 M:

Frances Martha Barron 1832-1861 M: Guyness

Sarah Barron 1833-1873 M: Gates

Albert Davis Barron 1837-1871

Eliza Maria Barron 1839- M: Carver

Solomon Barron 1827-1864 M: Chrischany Jane Sistrunk 1827-1899.

Mary Jane Barron 1858 - 1906

Nancy Ann Barron 1856 - 1914

Solomon Andrew Barron 1853 - 1934 4

Daniel Putman Barron 1851 - 1906

Davis Washington Barron 1863 - 1906

Tilitha Barron 1796-1837 M: John C. Weeks 1793-1848

Edmond Barron 1799-1859 M: Ann Barnett 1804-1870

Jesse Agesilaus Barron 1801-1852 M: Elizabeth Bond 1807-1903

Henry O Barron 1826-1898 LA M: Nancy Caroline Bennett 1832-1887

John Richard Barron 1865-1939 M: Emma Jane Keen

James Barron B: 1751 D: 09/21/1780 GA

Samuel Barron 1767-1801 M: Jane Miller 1772-1835

Pierse Barron of Fahagh, Stradbally, County Waterford B: 1726 D: 1809 M: Anne Powers. Pierse gave £1,000 to the Presentation Order Of Nuns so that they could build their convent and school in Dungarvan in 1809. 

James Barron B: 1738 Carrich-Barron, Ireland D: M: Margaret Catherine Powers

Eustace Barron Powers  M: Catalina Cantillon Ryan

William Leonard Barron Cantillón M: Mary Catherine Barron

Joan Fitzgerald B: D: M: 1613 Peter Butler, living in Danginespidogy

Ellice Fitzgerald B: D: M: 1621 Richard Serment, living in L ismacteige, Ireland

Barron Family History & Waters Connection

Commodore  James William Barron B: May 1769 Warren Cty, GA D: Nov 1848 Butts Cty, GA D: M: 03/14/1791 Martha Patty Smith B: 03/14/1770 Craven Cty, NC D: 1855 Butts Cty, GA 10 children:

James S. Barron B: 11/29/1791 D: 01/18/1856 Barron Cemetery Gay, Meriwether County, GA M: 12/10/1812 Mary Davis B: 04/05/1794 KY D: 12/05/1839 12 children M2) 1818 to Johanna Ryan M3) 1837 to Martha Provost M4) 11/14/1841 to Sarah Hollingsworth Martin 1807-1891,

Caroline Barron B: 08/29/1813 D: 06/03/1837 M: Green B. Lynn

Charlotte Barron B: 11/27/1814 D: 07/07/1816

Saphronia Barron B: 10/07/1817 D: 1880 AL M: Samuel Baxley

Dr. Marcus Newton Barron B: 08/11/1819 in Jasper County, Georgia. D: 04/22/01882 M: Mary Ann Selina Perdue, 1828-1913, a native of G He eventually settled here in Covington Cty, Alabama and became engaged in the business of the small town. During these years, he managed a cafe on the second floor of the early, two-story saloon, located on the site of the First National Bank Building. Marcus's will was dated April 8, 1882, and was buried in Andalusia, Alabama. He and his wife reared ten children, some born in Georgia & some in Alabama.

Samford Pliney Barron B: 07/29/1844 D: 12/25/1921 M: 11/01/1866 Susan Darby 'Tudie' B: 05/07/1844 Henderson, Pike County, AL. D: 09/08/1921, daughter of Jeremiah and Nancy (Stoneworth) Darby of Pike County. Susan was a loyal disciple of Christ for sixty years always cheerful, and loved by all who knew her, especially by children. Her counsel and advice have helped many to a higher and better life. Samford was only three years of age when the family moved from Merriweather County, Georgia, to Pike County, Alabama. He grew up several miles outside of Troy in the Henderson community. Around 1875, the couple moved with their young children to Covington County. Samford P. became an influential leader in the growing community of Andalusia. He and Tudie began their livelihood by his teaching a school in their home and her operating a small mercantile business in the home as well. At one point Samford P. served for a short time as clerk of the county. He entered into a business arrangement with Ed Tatum to operate a steamboat, named the Mary Alice, on the Conecuh River between Montezuma and Pensacola. Unfortunately, the river was too shallow to accommodate a loaded boat. So the venture was abandoned. His son, Marcus, had served as clerk for the company. Before moving to this area, Samford P. and his wife, Tudie, had been introduced to the restoration of New Testament Christianity, the Christian Church, or the Church of Christ as it is commonly known. They became active members and began immediately, upon arriving in Andalusia, to establish a congregation. Two prominent religious leaders in what is referred to as the “Restoration Movement” came to Covington County during the 1870s. The two men, Samford P. Barron and Simon I. Smith Cawthon (see below), brought with them a zeal for planting a church in the area, which follows the simple pattern of organization and worship outlined in the New Testament. They accomplished this during 1875, their first year of residence. The congregation first met in the Barron's home, the Masons' Building, and in an old school building. Later, a meeting place was selected on Dunson Street. By 1900, a nice building was constructed on Church Street at a location just west of the current Regions Bank. This facility served the growing church for more than 50 years.

Marcus William Barron B: 1867 D: 1931 M: Ella Martha Scott 1873-1953 Fort Myers, FL. Marcus operated a mercantile business in Andalusia before he moved to Florida in 1910.

Carl Sanders Barron B: 1892 D: 10/14/1942 M: Lillie Amelia Draughon Barron 1892–1969. Mr. Barron had made his home in Fort Myers for 26 years, coming here from Mulberry to be manager of the Boston store. Later, he was employed by Parker's book store and at one time had his own electrical store here. More recently he was a salesman for the Palm City Ice company.

Jere Scott Barron B: 07/23/1894 AL D: 02/23/1966 FL M: Leah Eubank 1904–1986, pictured below.

Samuel Samford Barron B: 1896 D: 1970 TX M: 02/08/1923. Mattie Urban Lanford He served with Florida Company K, 124th Infantry during World War I.

Norma Barron 1926-2015 M: 1948 James Anderson Hargan 1926–2008

Arthur Bell Barron B: 1899 D: 1960 Fort Myers, FL M: Bernice Daniels Johnson 1911–1976

Arthur Bell Barron 1921–2012

Julia Darby Barron B: 02/17/1906 D: 12/10/1988 M:Samuel J. Turner 1906–2001.

Mary Alice Barron B: 1870 D: 1941 Magnolia Cemetery Andalusia, Covington County, AL. M: 1896 William C. W. Cawthon 1859–1927. Mary Taught at Florala in 1901

Jere Darby Barron B: 1873 D: 1884 Single

Fannie Sabina Barron B: 1875 D: 1960 Single Teacher. Taught in her own and other local schools. It seems she would have married Dr. Battle, but she had a promise to care for members of her family. Fannie's sister, Alice, taught in the small, private Turner Academy. She later became a well-known insurance agent. Other Barron teachers included Mary and Josie who taught at Florala in 1901.

Samford Plina Jr. "Bubba Barron B: 1879 D: 1963

Justus Mack Barron B: 1881 D: 1941 M: Katie Mary Kierce, a school teacher.

Justus Mack Barron, Jr. B: D: M: Millie

Samford Kierce Barron B: D: M: Elma Evelyn Fuqua

Susan Barron B: D: M: (1) Carol Aklfedtz, a Baptist minister. Remarried to Charles Ford

Helen Barron B: D: M: Brogden Taylor

Alice Barron B: D: M: Bob Martin

Patricia Barron B: D: M: Sam Dunbar

John Dudley Barron, Sr. B: 12/12/1846, SC D: 02/07/1928 Trenton Cemetary, FL. M: 02/06/1868 Nancy Eddins in Alabama B: 10/08/1851 D: 02/20/1902: Trenton Cemetery. By 1900, they lived in Trenton, Alachua Cty, Florida. 12 children: Farmer: John remarried Melvina R. Sweat-Colson, B: 01/25/1845 D: 03/05/1925 (was married to Maxey Dell Colson B: 01/11/1825 in Camden County, GA. D: 04/07/1900 in Trenton, FL son of William Colson & Martha Matilda Dell. Was Postmaster of Trenton).

Sanford Oliver Barron B: 07/20/1874 D: 06/16/1937 Midway Church Of Christ Cemetary. He was a druggist & Justice of the Peace. M: 01/02/1895 Belle Colson 1877-1962, married by J.H. Holbrook, in Trenton, FL. daughter of Maxey Dell Colson 1825–1900 Melvina R. Sweat Colson 1845–1921.  Oliver supplied the town of Bell, running water for a dollar a month. Moved to Bell, FL in 1904.

Belle Colson Barron and her husband, Justice of the Peace, Sanford c.1937, Bell, FL

John Dudley Barron, Jr. B: 02/09/1884 D: 05/21/1962 M: 1907 Hattie Oladge, by J. J. Keller D: 1928 Pasco, FL M2: Mary Elizabeth Gilmore Barron 1887–1975.

Oliver Randell Barron B:1911 D: 1964

Eva Nell Barron B: 1915 D: 1985 M: Oliver Randell Barron 1911–1964

Fox H. Barron (Basson) B: 10/18/1886 D: 09/26/1956 M: Stella E Roberts by Sanford Oliver Barron, B: 07/09/1889 D: 02/03/1954 . Lived in Donnie, Alachua Cty, FL. Was buried in the Midway Church Of Christ Cemetery. Farmer.

Billy Woodford Barron B: 05/08/1921 D: 09/07/1996 M: 01/09/1946 Edna Marion Waters by J.N. Copeland B: 12/22/1922 Wanee Fl. D: 10/20/2008, daughter of Leland and Mamie Waters. 

John David Barron: B: 11/29/1946 Searcy, White Cty, AR D: M: 08/23/1968 Sandra Beth Green Wilmington, DE, B: 03/21/1947 Bardston, KY

Duane Keith Barron B: 09/12/1972 Waynesboro, Augusta Cty VA D: M:

Cherie Jeanette Barron B: 11/15/1975 Waynesboro, Augusta Cty VA

Stephanie Renee Barron B: 08/05/1977 Waynesboro, Augusta Cty VA

Marie Michelle Barron 03/20/1980 Waynesboro, Augusta Co., VA

Paul Edward Barron B: 06/08/1951 Orlando, Orange Cty, FL D: M: 09/03/1977 Gloria Lynn Weathersbee B: 07/31/1954 D: Morrow, Ga.

Glenn Wanye Barron: B: 09/26/1953 D: M: 08/15/1975 08/15/1975 Sherilyn Sue Rigdon B: 07/15/1954 D: Ft. Walton Beach, FL

Kristen Nicole Barron B: 08/12/1981 Fayetteville, NC

Chad Dustin Barron B: 09/10/1983 Fayetteville, NC

Linda Gail Barron B: 02/21/1955 D: M: 05/28/1977 Alachua, FL Gary Dewayne Masters B: 08/14/1958 Lepanto

Lesa Deshaun mASTERS b: 12/28/1977

Jerod Lee Masters B: 05/07/1980

Lauren Ashley Masters 07/20/1982

Ray Sanford Barron B: 04/28/1926 D: 01/13/2007 M: 10/02/1948 Ruby Lee Stalvey, daughter of Dewey Joseph and Clara Mae (Holder) Stalvey. B: 03/04/1933 D: 08/31/1997 M2: Corrine M. Hines 1928-2015 Center Hill Church Of Christ Cemetery, d/o Charlie and Bessie Hines in High Springs. US Navy, WWII. 

Carroll Dudley Barron B: 08/18/1929 D: 08/09/2017 M: Lillie Dean

Elisabeth Barron M: Mark Latner

Francine Barron B: 06/06/1931 D: 06/04/2008 M: 09/27/1948 Lewie Frank Grant 1928-2011.

Clayton Alton Barron B: 06/03/1934 Bell, FL D: 05/08/2011 Was a long distance truck driver and a member of Cherry Sink Church of Christ. 

Comdr Ebb Chaffin Barron B: 07/29/1889 Trenton FL D 08/21/1945 at sea, USMM. M: Alma Parker. He was a Member of VFW and a veteran of WWI & WWII, blue eyes, short dark hair.

R. V. Barron B: 03/07/1893 D: 09/28/1966 M: George F Fritcher M 2: 1915 Edward Robert Chattin B: 06/24/1891 Dallas TX D: 01/30/1944 Juana Diaz Municipality, Puerto Rico

Edward Robert Chattin 1917-2001 M: Edna Mae Cliff 1921-1997

Richard V. Chattin 1952–1972

Vida Vinton Barron B: 10/31/1895 D: 04/03/1985 M: 10/25/1911 to David Solomon Waters B: 02/22/1892 Bell, FL D: 07/20/1939

Edna Marguerite Waters B: 04/08/1913 Bell, FL D: 09/28/1993 M: 11/24/1935 in Alachua, FL to Joseph Edgar Fugate Jr 1912-1974.

Joanne Fugate B: 02/10/1937 Alachua, FL D: 08/21/2016, was a compassionate and devoted Kindergarten teacher for many years. She taught in Alachua and Union Counties. M:  James Quincey B: 03/26/1936 Trenton, FL. D: 11/29/2014. He graduated from Trenton High School where he served as local president of the Beta Club and was State President of the Florida Beta Clubs. He was named All-Conference in football and basketball, and All-State in basketball. He also served as a State Vice President of the Florida Association of Future Farmers of America. He graduated Salutatorian of his class in 1954.Upon graduation from high school, Jim was elected as the National Vice President of the Future Farmers of America, representing 16 states, and was awarded several prestigious scholarships to the University of Florida, including the Florida Farm Bureau Scholarship and the Florida Banker's Association Scholastic and Leadership Scholarship. While at the University of Florida, he received a BSA from the College of Agriculture in 1959, and went on to graduate in 1963 from the College of Law and earned a Juris Doctor with honors. He was a member of the Order of the Coif, was elected to Phi Kappa Phi, and was a member of Phi Delta Phi legal fraternity and Alpha Gamma Rho social fraternity. Jim was a member and President of Florida Blue Key Leadership Fraternity. He was the President of the Junior Class at the University of Florida, named to Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, and the University of Florida Hall of Fame.Jim served in the U.S. Army Reserve 305th FDS. He spent a year with the unit at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, when it was activated in 1961 in response to the Berlin Airlift crisis. He was honorably discharged from the reserves with the rank of staff sergeant.Jim was a Congressional Page in the U.S. House of Representatives for former U. S. Congressman Charles E. Bennett. He was a Special Aide to former U.S. Congressman D.R. (Billy) Matthews while in law school. He also served as the Special Counsel to Florida Governor Bob Graham.Jim had a prestigious career as a lawyer, being a member of the Florida Bar, the Eighth Judicial Circuit Bar Association, and the American Bar Association. He actively participated in the Trial Lawyers Section of the Florida Bar the Corporation and Business Law Section of the Florida Bar and the Board of Governors of the Young Lawyers Section of the Florida Bar. He served as Director, Treasurer, and President of the Eighth Judicial Bar Association. Further, his professional memberships include the Eighth Judicial Circuit Nominating Committee, the Eighth Judicial Circuit Estate Planning Council, the Florida Academy of Trial Lawyers, and the American Trial Lawyers Association. He is a past Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Florida Law Network.Giving his time and energy to the community was important to Jim, and he did so generously. He served as Director, Vice President, President, and Chairman of the Board of the Gainesville Rotary Club was a member of the Board of Directors and Executive Committee of the Gainesville Area Chamber of Commerce and the Council for Economic Outreach member of the University of Florida President's Council member of the University of Florida Alumni Association President, Chairman of the Board of Directors, First Vice President, Second vice President, and State Director of the Jaycees and, served as legal counsel to the Florida Jaycees while on the Executive Committee.Jim was one of the organizers of Florida Citizens Bank, and continued to serve as Chairman of its Board of Directors. Prior to this he was on the Board of Directors of the former Florida National Bank of Gainesville and the Florida National Bank of Florida, and previously served as a member of the Advisory Board of First Union National Bank of Gainesville.

Ina Mildred Waters B: 05/15/1915 in Alachua, FL D: 11/08/2013 Traxler, FL, buried Newnansville Cemetery. Ina graduated from Alachua High School with honors. It was the depression years so she took a year off from school to work for Copeland Sausage Co. before continuing her education at Harding College in Searcy, Arkansas. M: 11/08/1937 in Alachua, FL to Rev. Charlie 'CK' Klingman Prentice B: 11/16/1909 D: 11/23/2006 Preacher and member of the Santa Fe Hills Church of Christ .

Sylvia Claire Prentice B: D August 10, 2013 M: King

Barron Allen Prentice B: D: March 24, 1993

Karen J. Prentice M: Underwood,

Paul R. Prentice  M: Brantla 

David Solomon Waters II B: 11/17/1922 D: 02/02/1982 M: 01/21/1947 Thomasville, GA to Mitilda Eva Shaw

Remarried: Robbie Lou Myers

Josie Barron B: 09/25/1897 D: M:

Shoemaker in the Jacksonville area, Florida

Maxley (Maxie) Dudley Barron B: 01/07/1900 D 03/21/1901 Trenton Cemetary

Sabina Alcestor Barron B: 08/11/1850 Pike, AL D: 1923 AL M: Eben Goodwin Chaffin 1847-1928

Amanda Margenia Barron B: 03/07/1853 Pike, AL D: 01/28/1863

Caledonia Esther Barron B: 11/26/1855 D: 11/12/1879 M: 11/30/1876 Tom W. Chaffin

Mary Alice Barron B: 08/12/1860 D: 10/04/1860 M: W. C. W. Cawthon

Joseph Newton Barron B: 09/ /1861 Pike, AL D: 1954 M: 05/14/1882 Martha Idella Powell B: 1867 D: 1902

Gertrude Barron B: 01/ /1883 FL D: M:

Justice M. Barron B: 12/ /1883 AL

John Dudley Barron B: 10/29/1884 AL D: 06/07/1949 M: 12/24/1918 Emma Elizabeth Dawkins

Coleta Barron B: 12/10/1912 D: 11/23/1978 Andalusia, Covington, AL

Nadine Barron B: 07/15/1914 D: 10/03/1996 Silsbee, Hardin, TX

Oraette Barron B: D: M: William Verlon McLelland 2) Felton Hall 3) James Lunsford

Hughgie Walton Barron B: 11/30/1919 D: 06/30/1986 Georgiana, Butler, AL M: Annie Lee Cothern

Harveta Baron B: D: M: Harry Barr

Nelda Barron B: 12/04/1928 D: 09/12/2005 Belle Chasse, Plaquemines, LA M: 06/26/1947 Jim Willie Nicol

James Dudley Barron B: D: M: Bobbye Jean Moore

Joseph Alva Barron B: D: M: Bettye Joan Moore M: Judy Lundy Benson

Sabina Barron B: 10/29/1884 AL D: 06/07/1949 M:

Jennie Barron B: 04/ /1889 AL D: M:

Fannie Barron B: 02/ /1891 AL D: M: Sidney Smith

Donie Barron B: 04/16/1893 AL D: M: Rufus Henry King

Abbie Barron B: 07/ /1900 D: M:

Joseph and his second wife had three children:

Sara Frances Barron B: 09/18/1864 D: M: J. W. Henry

Albert Mahlon Barron B: 03/24/1867 Pike, AL D: 07/07/1870

James Marcus Barron B: 11/09/1869 Pike, AL D: 03/02/1893

Julia Selena Barron B: 02/09/1873 Pike, AL D: 07/07/1873

Anne Merle Barron B: 01/31/1876 Pike, AL D: 03/28/1901 M: 06/23/1897 Claude Riley

John White Barron B: 01/06/1821 D: 01/15/1896

Martha Barron B: 03/07/1822 D: 04/24/1835

Sarah Barron B: 07/21/1823 D: M: John B. Spears

William Withington Barron B: 09/18/1825 D: 01/24/1834

Susan Dudley Barron B: 04/01/1827 D: M: Tresan F. Thomasson

Joseph Biven Barron B: 06/05/1829 D:

Mary Manda Barron B: 09/12/1833 D: 07/02/1836

Robert M. Still Barron B: 02/08/1835 D: 10/01/1856

Thomas Daniel Barron B: 02/08/1843 Meriwether,GA D: 01/02/1928 Meriwether, GA M: Mary A. Barron B: 03/12/1847 D: 02/03/1902 Barron Cemetery, Gay , Meriwether County , GA.

Thomas Lemuel Barron 1881–1932 Cave Spring Cemetery Cave Spring, Floyd County, GA M: Mary Susan Fall 1884–1985.

Dorothy Barron B: 06/02/1907 D: 12/14/1993 Cave Spring Cemetery, Cave Spring, Floyd County, GA. M: Robert Forrester Berentz B: 07/03/1906 D: 08/20/2000 Cave Spring Cemetery, Cave Spring, Floyd County, GA

Susan Barron B: 09/06/1917 D: 11/27/2013 Bayview Memorial Park Pensacola, Escambia County, Fl M: Hoshall Stafford Barrett 1916–1975

Harry Elvin Barron 1882–1915

Zeddie Pleasant Barron 1883–1965Oak Hill Cemetery Newnan, Coweta County, G M: Opal Hand 1892–1959

Catherine Barron 1910-1998 M: Willis Reese Edwards 1906–1978

Zeddie Pleasant Barron 1911-1993  Myrtle Hill Cemetery Rome, Floyd County, GA M: Virginia Dixon Culbreath 1917–2012

Lindsey Hand Barron 1923-2007 Oak Hill Cemetery Newnan, Coweta County, GA M: Genet Heery 1926–2013

Charlie R. Barron 1887–1891 Age 18 years and 13 days 

Lee S. Barron 1891–1934 Greenwood Cemetery Chattanooga, Hamilton County, TN

James Turman Barron Jr B: 02/19/1845 GA D: 09/29/1907 Nacogdoches TX

Mary Ann Barron B: 09/09/1842 Meriwether, GA D: 09/01/1901 Laneville, Rusk TX

Rev. Thomas Barron B: 10/27/1793 D: 1858 Pike, AL M: 01/02/1817 Elizabeth Samantha Doss B: 08/28/1818 D: In the Garrard letter written on August 18, 1892 to Honorable J. D. Barron, Sec. of state of Alabama from John Davis Garrard giving Barron family history , Mr Garrard referred to Thomas as Rev. Thomas Barron of Whitesville, Harris County, Georgia.the Grand father of Rev. Alonzo C. Barron, Editor of the Baltimore Baptist. 5 children

Samantha Barron B: 08/28/1818 D:

William Barron B: 08/24/1820 D: M:

Tillitha Barron B: 09/09/1825 D: M: A. J. Bradshaw

Susan Elizabeth Barron B: 11/01/1827 D: M: Joshuaway Meadows

Sarah Barron B: 1830 D: M: James M. Meadows

Mary Elizabeth Barron B: 09/05/1796 D: 12/25/1854 Newton Cty, GA M: 08/05/1813 John Roquemore B: 05/07/1787 GA D: 06/10/1859 GA. Son of Pierre & Elizabeth Roquemore .

Elijah Monroe Roquemore B: 08/28/1820 D: 1858 M: 1813 Nancy Ann Thompson 1824-1904Nelson

Tillitha Roquemore B: 06/10/1823 D: M: App

Peter Roquemore B: 12/22/1825 GA D: 07/25/1879 GA M: 04/04/1850 Rebekah Marks 1829-1899.

John Marshall Roquemore B: 06/15/1830 D: 1911 M: 1854 Emily Annette Pace 1833-1907

Benjamin Wilson Roquemore B: 1835 D: 1865 M: 1856 Sophronia Ann Davis 1840-1928

Mary Elizabeth Roquemore B: 02/08/1837 D: 1915 M:

Joseph H Roquemore B: 1842 D: 1909

Henry Barron B: 11/08/1801 Jefferson Cty, GA D: 08/12/1880 Butts Cty, GA. M: 06/21/1821 Elizabeth Stickland 1799-1842 M2: 11/19/1843 Penelope Edison B: 06/10/1809 D: 1 child, Shelton Clay Barron.

Martha A Barron B: 03/28/1822 D: 10/07/1838

Sarah Barron B: 03/26/1823 D:

Isaac Newton Barron B: 04/25/1824 D:

William Jasper Barron B: 11/27/1825 D: 10/12/1880 M:12/04/1825 Elizabeth M. Cleveland B: 1825 GA D:

James Monroe Barron B: 12/05/1828, Butts Cty GA D: 12/18/1883 M: Rebecca Francis Stark

Cary Anderson Barron B: 03/11/1830 D: 07/05/1893 M: 0/22/1854 Harriett Jenkins B: 04/13/1825 D: 09/22/1903

Henry M. Barron B: 12/19/1854 D: M: 11/20/1873 S. A. C. Rosser

John Millard F. Barron B: 11/11/1856 D: M: 08/08/1878 S. T. Links M: 08/18/1883 Euzebia Wall, daughter of David Henty Wall & Margaret Rosser B: 03/13/1861

Martha L. Barron B: 07/08/1858 D: M: 04/14/1878 M. T. Crumbley

Carey A. Barron B: 02/07/1862 D:

Sallie A. Barron B: 08/07/1864 D:

Harriet Tommie Barron B: 07/22/1868 D: 02/13/1926 M: 1878 Benjamin Aiken B: 07/15/1869 D: 06/12/1943

Henry S Barron B: 05/11/1832 D: M: 01/22/1854 .

John Thomas Barron B: 08/15/1833 D: 05/25/1864

Kincheon Jefferson Barron B: 02/14/1835 D: 08/14/1836

Jason Green Barron B: 10/17/1837

Joseph M Barron B: 05/23/1839 D:

Shelton Clay Barron B: 09/01/1844 D: 06/22/1864 Civil War, Petersburg, VA.

Joseph Barron B: 10/ /1803 Hancock Cty, GA D: 07/27/1839 Troup Cty, GA. M: 07/30/1822 Sarah Graham Hays 1804-1878

Mary Sarah Barron B: 04/27/1823 D: 03/27/1900 Smith Cty, TX

William Thomas Barron B: 01/25/1826 D: 02/11/1901 Smith Cty, TX. M: 11/25/1845 Maria Louise Frazier B: 02/12/1829 D: 09/22/1902 William Thomas moved to Jackson County, Georgia where he lived until almost grown: then he moved to Troup County, northeast of La Grange, where he married to Mariah L. Frazier. Eight years were spent in Carroll County and, becomeing disheartened with Georgia, moved to Alabama where he spent nine years near Auburn. While there he served four years of hardship with General Johnston and Hood. On December 25, 1869, he landed in Tyler, Texas where he lived thirty-one years. Both are buried eight miles south of Tyler in the Barron-Smyre Cemetery. 10 children

George W Barron B: 03/01/1828

Joseph Alfred Barron B: 02/23/1830 GA D: 1873. M: Georgia Kellum 1830 1 child

Nancy Ann Barron B: 06/20/1832 GA D: 05/15/1901 Ebenezer, Columbia Cty, TX M: John F. Rogers 10 childrenWilliam W. Cross B:09/23/1830 D: 09/27/1880 6 children

Susan Jane Barron B: 07/10/1834 D: 08/14/1902 Mt. Sylvan, Smith Cty. TX M: 12/22/1852

Isaac Newton Barron B: 09/07/1836 Troup Cty, GA, D: 08/12/1914 Smith Cty, TX M: Georgia Ann Wright, daughter of John David Wright and Jennette Goss B: 04/21/1845 D: 05/15/1922 11 children

James S Barron B: 08/07/1838

Smith Barron B: 08/ /1805 D: 1868 Pike Cty, GA D: M1: 04/06/1824 Lucy Ann Reeves 1809-1847. 9 children M2: 1847 Sarah Graham Hayes B: 11/08/1804 SC D: 2 children

William Jay Barron B: 05/05/1825 D: 05/18/1914, Lindale, Wood Cty, TX. M: 1845 Mary Pool B: 05/03/1851 D: 08/24/1939 Remarried 10/07/1845 Sarah Caroline Scogin 1823-1883 William had 7 children

James Franklin Barron B: 10/17/1826, Harris Cty, GA D: 09/25/1900, Chatooga, GA. M: 1846 Zilla Scoggins B: 12/20/1828 D: 10/26/1893 8 children

Martha Barron B: 1827 D: M: 1845 Elisha Harrison Scogin 1822-1900

Lovica Barron 1830-1914 M: 1846 Wiley Gresham Scogin 1826-1909

John Wood Barron B: 02/18/1832 Butts Cyy, GA D: 01/27/1894 Tyler, Smith Cty, TX. M: 1851 Elizabeth Ann Adams 1828-1903

Thomas Jefferson Barron B: 1834, Butts County, GA D: 12/27/1878, Smith Cty, TX. M: 1853 Sarah Isabell Tucker, daughter of Daniel Peterson Tucker and Wilmuth Lumsden B: 08/06/1836 D: 10/01/1904 TX 8 children

Jeremiah M Barron B: 1837 D: 1867 M: 1856 Nancy Caroline Tucker, daughter of Daniel Peterson Tucker and Wilmuth Lumsden B: 1839 D: 1906 Cisco TX 4 children

Joseph Smith Barron B: 06/02/1838 Troup Cty, GA D: 09/18/1923, Smith Cty, TX. M: 1865 Mary Ann Tomlinson 1842-1918

Mary Jane Barron B: 1840 D: 1902

Sarah Cynthia Barron B: 08/23/1843 D: 01/01/1877, Smith Cty, TX. M: 1860 Michael Thomas Peacock 1837-1926

Emily Francis Barron B: 02/13/1848 D: 01/17/1878.

Sarah Ann Barron B: 03/1850 D: 02/04/1923 Nogales, Santa Cruz Cty. AZ

Nathan Barron B: 1807 D: 1882 M: Mahala Redden 1818-1857

Robert James Barron 1836- M Mary E Ann Anthony 1836-

Nancy Elizabeth Barron 1840- M: George Washington Land 1838-1902

John Davis Barron B: 03/05/1810 D: Butts County, GA  M: Susan Farr

Robert Lee Barron B: 1813 GA D: M: 05/22/1834 Mary Ida Moore 1815-1882

Mary Ann Barron B: 03/22/1837 D: 1928

Thomas Barron B: 05/27/1838 D: 1899 M: Lucretia H Ramsey 1847-1910

William M Barron B: 06/15/1852 D: 11/03/1934 Tallapoosa, AL.

Matha Matilda Barron B: 10/08/1854 D:

John Barron, Sr. purchased land in January of 1837. This property was in the NE1I4 of NW1I4 in S10 T5 R16, located in Covington County.

The next reference to a member of the family is for James M. Barron who was listed as owning 5 slaves in 1860. However, he was not listed in the 1850, 1860, or 1870 Census of Covington County.

County Kilkenny Ireland History : The FitzGeralds, or Barons, of Burnchurch Rev. Carrigan in his "History" published in 1905 describes the FitzGeralds of Burnchurch on pages 378-381 of Volume III: The Fitzgeralds, otherwise Barons, otherwise FitzMaurices, of Burnchurch, were descended from Maurice fitz Maurice, whose father, most probably, was Maurice fitz Gerald, one of the first of the Anglo-Norman invaders in Ireland, and ancestor of the different families of the Fitzgeralds in this country. Maurice fitz Maurice was lord of Kiltranyn or Burnchurch, in the time of Bishop Hugh de Rous, when he appropriated Burnchurch parish to the Priory of Kells (in Ossory). His descendants are traced, for several generations, in the Abstract of the Register of Kells Priory, as follows: Roland above was but a mere child, at the death of his father, William Fitz Maurice, some time before March 28th, 1374. He was still a minor, March 8th, 1390. He was appointed Keeper of the Peace for Co. Kilkenny, in 1405, and again in 1410. In the later year, he, and his wife, Margaret, had a grant of 1 messuage and 1 1/2 carucates of land in Kenokestoun. Published records mention him for the last time, in 1414, when the King granted him, for his services, a life pension of £12 a year. His son and heir was Richard Fitz Maurice ("Rold' fil' Wmi genuit Richm ", as shown in the Abstract), who, with his wife Johanna Whytte, is mentioned on the oldest of the family tombs in Burnchurch. Another Richard Fitz Maurice, or Baron, of Burnchurch (probably grandson of Richard, son of Richard), and Patrick St. Leger, chief of his nation, appear in 1502, as witnesses to the identification of the will of Sir James Butler Mac Richard, made in 1487. Roland Fitz Maurice, or Baron, otherwise "Royland Fitzgerald," probably son of Richard of 1502, was lord of Burnchurch, in 1527 (Raoulandus fitz Maurice, Baron do Ecca.Cremata, in Graves MSS). He was sheriff of Co. Kilkenny in 1535 and 1537, and, dying Feb. 1st, 1544-45, is buried, together with his wife, Anastatia St. Leger, in Burnchurch. He had at least three sons:

William Fitzgerald, or Baron, the eldest son and heir, who became a priest, and was appointed Vicar of Burnchurch, as appears from the following: "1546 (March 21). "Presentation of William Baron, otherwise Fitzgerald, son and heir of Rowland Fitzgerald, Baron of Burchchurch, to the vicarage of Burnchurch, otherwise Kiltrany, in the county of Kilkenny, vacant by the resignation of Richard Melley, and in the King's gift, pleno jure."[Pat.37 Hen. VII]

Peter Fitzgerald or Baron, who is referred to in the following entry: "1546 (Feb. 12). Pardon of Peter Fitzgerald, otherwise called Peter Baron, of Danganmore, son of Roland Fitzgerald, otherwise Roland Baron, late of Burnchurch, in the county of Kilkennt, horseman." [Pat. 37 Hen. VII]

John. He became his father's successor and heir -- apparently by the renunciation of his rights by his eldest brother, William. He was a Justice of the Peace for the Co. Kilkenny, in 1552, in which year he met his death, as the following shows: "1557 (Oct. 6). Pardon to Grace fitz John, kern, indicted as one of a bank who attacked John Fitzgerald alias Baron, of Burnechurche, a Justice of the Peace of the County of Kilkenny, in the 6th year of Edward VI., at Maillardeston, when the said John was murdered by Edmund moor O'Clery." [see Fiants of Philip and Mary] He is buried with his parents at Burnchurch, but only the year of his death, 1552, and the prayer for his soul, may now be deciphered on the tomb.

Richard Baron, son of John, was but a few years old at the death of his father in 1552. During his minority he appears to have been in (the) charge of a gentleman named Patrick Sherlock. He came of age about 1569 and was still living in 1594. He died within the next eight years.

Roland, his son, succeeded, before Nov. 4th, 1602. On the 15th June, 1607, livery was granted "to Roland Fitzgerald of Kiltranyheyn alias Burnechurch, Esqr., son of Richard Fitzgerald, late of same, deceased. Fine £50." Roland was still living in 1641, but died soon after, leaving by his wife, Anstace, eldest daughter of Tobert Rothe of Kilkenny (1550-1622), at least two sons, Richard, his successor and Edward.

The Register of Kells names Maurice's son and heir as William, son of Maurice, who confirmed the church of Kiltranyn to the Priory. William, son of Maurice confirmed, as overlord, a charter of c. 1225 concerning Tulachany or Grange, co. Kilkenny [Duiske Charters, no. 15]. He is the William, son of Maurice, who held Burnchurch in the feodary of 1247. About the year 1240 he witnessed charters concerning Erleystown, co. Kilkenny [Ormond Deeds, i. 92, 93]. The Kells Register gives his son and heir as Maurice, son of William and for him there is independent evidence. For the lands of Sir Maurice, son of William, in the above-named fee of 'Morice Castell' in the north of the barony of Gorey are mentioned c. 1280-5. He is presumably the Maurice, son of William, who married Gila, duaghter of Maurice of London [Cal. Papal Regrs., Letters, vol. i., p.368]. Maurice, son of William, was succeeded, according to the Kells Register, by his son Maurice, son of Maurice. He is the Maurice, son of Maurice, son of William, who occurs in co. Kilkenny in 1297 [Cal. Just. Rolls, i. 141] and in 1301 witnessed a deed in the court of Lady Joan de Valence, Countess of Pembroke [History of the Town and County of Wexford, Hore, vol. iii, p. 85]. In 1307 Maurice, son of Maurice, was granted 2 marks rent, namely for 1/2 carucate in Corbali and from part of the mill of Jeripont [Ormond Deeds, i. 411]. This Corbali is Hamundsboly (now Cotterellsbooly) in Stonecarthy, co. Kilkenny, of later deeds. In 1317 he held the 1/2 fee in Burnchurch, which is listed as Kiltramyn or Kyltuyn depending on which record is referenced [see note below]. The Kells Register gives Maurice, son of Maurice, for son and heir William, son of Maurice and one version of the 1317 feodary has, in agreement, William, son of Maurice, holding the 1/2 fee in Burnchurch so that Maurice, son of Maurice, presumably died shortly after 1317. In 1325/6, Mora, widow of Maurice, son of Maurice, occurs [Ormond Deeds, i. 577]. About the year 1326 William, son of Maurice, came into Chancery, with William Outlawe, a wealthy Kilkenny banker, son of Dame Alice Kyteler, the reputed witch, and recognised for their deed an agreement by which Maurice, son and heir of William, son of Maurice, should marry Margaret, daughter of William Outlawe, Outlawe paying to William, son of Maurice, 100 marks silver, and William, son of Maurice, undertaking not to alienate any of his lands and tenements which he gave on that day to Maurice and Margaret, saving one messuage and 16 acres which he held in hamundsboly, co. Kilkenny, of the house of St. John of Jerusalem [Cal. Pat. and Close Rolls, Ireland, 35b.]. This deed is not dated, but it is among the entries of the year 1326-7 so that we may take it that William, son of Maurice, was then alive. Yet in 1324 Maurice, son of William, held a quarter knight's fee at Killesk, barony of Shelbourne, co. Wexford [1324 feodary]. It seems, therefore, that William, son of Maurice, had enfeoffed his son in Killesk, whose later history shows other examples of settlement by the head of the house on sons and younger sons. In 1336 William, son of Maurice of Kilkavan (? recte Kiltrauyn) complained of robbery at Killesk [Hore, vol. iii, p.238]. In 1346 William, son of Maurice, and John his son, released the messuage and 16 acres of land in Hamundesboli "in Ospitali," near Insnag, to William, son of Richard Coterel of Kells. The pedigree given in the Kells Register does not mention this John, who may have been a younger son enfeoffed in this property [Ormond Deeds, i. 782-4]. The subsequent history of the famliy is given by Carrigan and Burtchaell ['Geraldines of co. Kilkenny,' Journal, R.S.A.I., 1892, p. 362 f.]. Of the Geraldine fee at Killesk (co. Wexford), the Fitzgeralds continued here, and Killesk was granted to a younger branch. William Barron, late of Killesk, died in 1568, leaving Roland, his son and heir, and seised of the castle and lands of Killesk held of the Queen for 1/2 knight's fee [Hore, iii. 239]. Roland died in 1573, and Richard his son and heir enfeoffed Richard FitzJohn, Baron of Burnchurch, who enfeoffed his younger son of Burnchurch [Hore, loc. cit Burtchaell, op. cit.]

Note on the feodaries :
The 1247 feodary (The de Valence Purparty) was taken from "Chancery Miscellanea", P.R.O., London (File 88/4, no. 70), collated with a list in the Calendar Patent Rolls.

The 1317 feodary (share of Hugh le Despenser and Alianora his wife) was taken from "Chancery Miscellanea", P.R.O., London (File 9/24). Another account of the feodary (the partitiion of Co. Kilkenny in 1317) is given in Addl. MS. 4791 in the British Museum.

The 1324 feodary was printed in the Calendar of Inquisitions post mortem, representing the inquisition on the Irish estate of Aymer de Valence, Earl of Pembroke and taken at Wexford on July 16, 1324.

Excerpts from a letter written to James A. Barron from Genealogical researcher C. L. Barnett of Washington on February 24, 1923 "Mr. Barron: After so long a time I am sending you all the gleaming history about Barrons that I have so far been able to collect. I know you would feel gratified if you knew just how much time I have given to this work, and how sincerely anxious I was to trace some clear and direct fact for you. We go way back to Albert Wells records and O'Harts gives us the original family history. I have talked with the best genealogist here, and also a noted one from New York City, and they both say that we have to take history as we find it for mistakes, occasionally, but in the main correct. Albert Wells has the reputation of making mistakes so I think we will accept them in the main, but will depend especially upon O'Hart, who is a through and accurate historian. Any questions you wish to ask, or anything you wish to suggest, I am right at your service, and with interest, I am. Yours Sincerely, C.L. Barnett." AMERICAN FAMILY ANTIQUITY, BY ALBERT WELLS, The BARRONS, now so widely dispersed throughout the County of Waterford in Ireland, are a branch of the great house of Offaley, and were formerly Barons of Burnchurch in the neighboring County of Kilkenny.Maurice Fitzgerald, the first knight of Kerry, known generally as the Black Knight, and one of the first Norman Invaders of Ireland son of John Fitzgerald by Honora O'Connor, his wife, and lineally descended from Gerald, Lord of Offaley, son of Maurice, who founded the Fitzgerald family in Ireland. In 1173, Maurice Fitzgerald was appointed by Henry the second, chief Governor of Ireland, and he and his descendants got large grants of land in many counties, including Kerry. Maurice died A.D. 1177, and was buried in the Abbey of the Grey Foiars at Waxford County.1 The last branch of the Fitzgeralds, who were Barons of Burnchurch, retained for several years a station of rank, and influence, but, involved in the troubles which marked the early part of the 17th century, they were forced to abandon their native County, and settle in the bordering County of Waterford, to escape the rancor of persecution and to elude its vigilance, they assumed, instead of their family name of Fitzgerald, the surname of BARRON only. The Fitzgeralds of Clonanerry, aka Barron, styled Barons of Burnchurch were a collateral branch of the Burnchurch family, and assumed the name of Barron for a similar reason. The branch held lands by military tenure, under the Earls of Desmon. By the Patent rolls of the 39th Queen Elizabeth it appears that her Majesty confirmed on 7th of July 1597 to Edward Fitzgerald of Rathsullagh, gentlemen, various properties in different parts of Ireland, among others the Rectory or parsonage of Burnchurch, with the lands, titles & Etc. and the Estate of the late Monastery of Kells. By an inquisition taken at Thomastown, 8th of August 1623, the possessions annexed to the Baronial Castle of Burnchurch, all in the county of of Kilkenny. Sir James Ware in his "Bishops of Ireland" says MILO BARRON, an Augustin Canon, and Prior of Innistiock, was consecrated Bishop of Ossory in 1527 but held his Priory by dispensation until the visitation of religious houses at which time he surrendered it by deed to King Henry VIII. He was called "Barron" as being of that branch of the Fitzgeralds who were Palatine Barrons of Burnchurch, in the County of Kilkenny, originally created by the Earl Palatine of those parts, the Earl of Desmond. Before he was advanced to the Bishopric he added a new steeple to the cloister of his Priory. After his consecration, he went to his Episcopal Palace at Kilkenny and made a present of a pastoral stall and a marble table to his Cathedral. He died full of years in 1551, of grief, and was buried with his people in the Monastery of Cunistiock. The same historian also particularizes ROLAND BARRON aka Fitzgerald, who was consecrated Archbishop of Cashel in 1553, and died in 1561. NICOLAS BARRON, an other of the family was Mitred Abbot, of Jer point in 1618. He made several grants to the Roths of Kilkenny. 1) O'Harts Irish Pedigrees One of the Barron's in America By Albert Wells This family was founded in America by ELLIS BARRON, one of the family of Palatine Barron, of Burnchurch, in the County of Waterford, Ireland, and related to MILO BARRON, ROLAND BARRON, and NICHOLAS BARRON. above Ellis was born in Ireland, probably Waterford, about 1600 and emigrated to America about 1640. He was in Waterford, Massachusetts in 1641, and was made Freeman there June 2, 1641. He was married in Ireland in about 1625, where five of his children were born. His wife was Grace. His children were: Ellis b1628, Susanna b1630, Hannah b1635, John b1638, Sarah b1640, Moses b1643, and Peter b1645. Grace Barron died at Waterford, Massachusetts, about 1650. He was married secondly December 1653 to Hannah Hawkins. He died October 30, 1676. The Irish Ancestry of President Coolidge Author Unknown It is not generally known that President Coolidge has some Irish blood in his veins, yet such is the fact. The Coolidge's came from Avranche in Normandy and settled in England after the Norman Conquest. Professor Guy Coolidge of Hobart College who has recently been investigating the subject, traces the Coolidge family back to Thomas Coyne, a Norman, who was born in 1472. A descendant, John Coolidge, came to New England in 1630 and settled in Waterford, Massachusetts. Simon Coolidge, his son, who was born in 1632, married HANNAH BARRON, daughter of Ellis Barron, on November 17, 1657. It is from this alliance of marriage that Calvin Coolidge descends.

Matthias Gherardini, Duke of Florence B: 0900 Florence, Firenze, Toscana, Italy D: 0965 Florence, Firenze, Toscana, Italy

Otterus Gherardini, de Gherardini y Toscana B: 0934 Tuscany, Italy: Baron of Gherardini Lord of Tuscany D: 1010apx M: Rheingar verch Twdwr/Tudor B: Dynevor Castle, Cymru/Wales, daughter of Twdwr ap Ynyr ( Tudor Trevor (so called, because born or nursed at Trevor, Lord of Hereford, Whittington, and Both Maelors, and Founder of the Tribe of the Marches, an appellation derived from the numerous families seated in the Marches of England and Wales, and descended from him. Tudor Trevor’s chief seat was Whittington Castle, of which he is said to be the founder, and Welsh heralds assign to him ensigns “Party per bend sinister, ermine and ermines, over all, a lion rampant, or,” which, as chief arms, or quartered have been borne by all his descendants. The Lord of Hereford and Whittington m. Angharad, Dau of Howell Dha, King of South Wales, AD 907, the celebrated lawgiver of Cambria, and had, with other issue,) Llydock ap Tudor Trevor) & Angharad ferch Hywel of Denbighshire, Wales.

Otterus Gherardini, de Gherardini y Toscana B: 0985 Tuscany, Italy: Baron of Gherardini D: 1010

Otho Dominus de Stanwell, Otho Otheus Gherardini de Windsor, Saxon Baron of England B: 10/05/1006 Tuscany, Italy. D: 1057 Middlesex, England. M: Beatrice Windsor B: 1010 Surrey, England D: 1097. Some of the family of Gerardini, Tuscany, came to England & Wales at time of Edward the Confessor B: 1003 D: 1066, ( Edward, the penultimate Anglo-Saxon king of England, was known as 'the Confessor' because of his deep piety Edward was the son of Ethelred II 'the Unready' and Emma, the daughter of Richard I of Normandy. The family was exiled in Normandy after the Danish invasion of 1013, but returned the following year and negotiated Ethelred's reinstatement. After Ethelred's death in 1016 the Danes again took control of England. Edward lived in exile until 1041, when he returned to the London court of his half brother, Hardecanute. He became king in 104 2) .

Sir Maurice fitz Gerald/Lord of Lanstephan, The Invader or Maurice de Windsor B: 1100apx Windsor, Berkshire, England D: 09/01/1177 Grey Friars, Welford, Berkshire, England. One of the first of the Anglo-Norman invaders in Ireland, and ancestor of the different families of the Fitzgeralds in this country. He was a celebrated Anglo-Norman Chief who came over with Strongbow, and was ancestor of the earls of Kildare and Desmond. Lord of Lanstephan, Baron of Naas & Wicklow. M: 1149 Alice de Montgomerey, B: 1110 Marche, Poitou, France D: 1176, daughter of Arnulph "Cimbricus" de Montgomery, Earl of Pembroke, B: 1080apx Marche, Poitou, France D: 1119 Munster, Ireland & Princess Lafracoth Munster O'Brien, B: 1080apx Munster, Ireland D: Munster, Ireland & sister of Robert Montgomery 1102-1179 . 6 children William fitz Maurice (Baron of Naas), Sir Gerald fitz Maurice (Baron of Offaly 1150 Windsor, , Berkshire, England D: 1203, became the ancestor of the Earls of Kildare and modern Dukes of Leinster M: Katherine de Valois 1153-?), Thomas fitz Maurice (Baron of Ogonelle), Alexander fitz Maurice, Maurice fitz Maurice (Baron of Kiltrany 1218), and Nesta fitz Maurice (M: Herve de Marisco).

Maurice FitzMaurice FitzGerald, Baron Of Kiltany B: 1120 D: 1218

Gerald Fitz Offaly Maurice 1st Baron of Offaly B: 1150 D: 1203 Kildare, Ireland M: Eve de Bermingham B: 1168 D: 1226, daughter of Robert de Bermingham, 1124-1197. Took part in the conquest of the Limerick

Maurice Fitz FizThomas Gerald, 2nd Baron of Offaly B:1190/1194 Kildare, Irelnd D: 05/20/1257 Youghal Monastary, Cork, Ireland. M1: Maud de Prendergast 1242-1273 M2: Juliana de Greneville B: 1215 Wales, Glamorgan, Aberdare D: 1227. A Norman-Irish peer, soldier, and Justiciar of Ireland from 1232 to 1245. He mustered many armies against the Irish, and due to his harsh methods as Justiciar, he received criticism from King Henry III of England. He was the brother of David FitzMaurice FitzGerald and Thomas FitzMaurice FitzGerald. He succeeded to the title of Lord of Offaly on 01/15/1204, and was invested as a knight in July 1217, at the age of 23. In 1224 he founded South Abbey, Youghal, the proto-friary of the Irish Province of the Observant Franciscans, dedicated to St. Nicholas. Maurice was summoned to London to accompany King Henry III of England to Poitou and Gascony in October 1229. He was appointed Justiciar of Ireland in September 1232 and held the post until 1245. His reputation was marred by rumours that he had contrived the death of Richard Marshal, 3rd Earl of Pembroke in 1234. FitzGerald met Marshal at the Battle of the Curragh on 1 April, where Marshal was wounded and died shortly after. It was rumoured that Marshal had been betrayed. In February 1235, the King criticised him for his proceedings in office, and described him as "little pleasant, nay, beyond measure harsh in executing the King's mandates". The same year, he took part in the subjugation of Connacht. In the years 1241 and 1242, and later in 1246, 1247, and 1248 he mustered armies against the Irish. In the Annals of the Four Masters, 1247, it was recorded that Melaghlin O' Donnell, the Lord of Tyrconnell was slain by Maurice FitzGerald. In 1257, Maurice and his Norman army engaged the forces led by Goffraidh Ó Dónaill, King of Tyrconnell at the Battle of Credan, north of what is now County Sligo. The two men fought each other in single combat and both were gravely wounded. Maurice died of his injuries at Youghal Monastery, wearing the habit of the Franciscans, on 20 May 1257, aged 63 years. In the Annals of the Four Masters, 1257 his death is described thus: "Maurice FitzGerald for some time Lord Justice of Ireland and the destroyer of the Irish, died." (In Irish this reads as: "Muiris macGerailt lustis Ereann re h-edh diosccaoilteach Gaoidheal d'écc".) The Franciscan Friary of South Abbey, Youghal was founded in 1224 by Maurice FitzGerald, 2nd Lord of Offaly, and he was buried there in 1257. His grandson Thomas FitzGerald had founded the Dominican Priory of North Abbey, Youghal. Samuel Lewis in his Topographical Dictionary of Ireland written in 1837 said of it: In 1224, Maurice FitzGerald founded a Franciscan monastery on the south side of the town, which was the first religious foundation of the order in Ireland. It is recorded that he originally intended the building for a castle, but that, in consequence of some harsh treatment which the workmen received from his eldest son, he changed his design and determined to devote it to religious uses: but, dying in 1257, it was completed in 1260 by his youngest son, Thomas. The exact year of when the first Franciscans came to Youghal, is uncertain and some sources cite 1224, and others 1226. Either way both dates are close to the lifetime of St. Francis of Assisi. The Friary were dissolved in the 16th century, and no remains of it can be seen today. He was succeeded as Lord of Offaly by his son, Maurice FitzGerald, 3rd Lord of Offaly, rather than the rightful successor, his grandson, Maurice, son of his eldest son, Gerald.

Simon I. Smith Cawthon

Very little is known about the early life of Simon Cawthon, but it is understood that his father, William Wilson Cawthon, was a large slave owner indicating reasonable wealth. At least his father was able to afford him a quality education, which resulted in him earning a medical degree. Cawthon was born in 1836 to William W. and Charity Gertrude (Smith) Cawthon, and he was married to Miss Lydia Pines upon reaching adulthood. Their lives were interrupted while Cawthon served as a private in Kolb’s Batter, Alabama Light Artillery, for the Confederate Army. When the Cawthons settled in Andalusia, Dr. Cawthon could have easily become the leading physician of the small developing town. However, he chose to devote most of his time to preaching the gospel and converting others to New Testament Christianity. Just imagine the state of the young town when Dr. Cawthon arrived. It did not have a railroad, so it was quite rural. The few stores and even the courthouse at the time were all wooden buildings. Cawthon began to preach by traveling around the area by horseback and road cart and eventually by horse and buggy. There were few places in this section of South Alabama that he did not visit and preach the gospel. No gathering was too small or large for him to share the story of Christ. He conducted meetings in schoolhouses and brush arbors, and he also made many converts by stopping in private homes. Dr. Cawthon’s zeal and earnest sacrifices made a great impression on those who knew him, and many regarded him as a “hard” preacher. He had no compromises to offer anyone regarding his teaching of God’s word. Brother W.T. “Tip” Grider, a later pioneer evangelist, stated, “Cawthon knew and believed all the Lord said, and he insisted if man wanted to be saved, he must obey the will of the Lord.” Cawthon once conducted a gospel meeting at Hamilton’s Cross Roads for 40 days in 1888 and used one subject, “Preach the Word!” This was his theme regardless of the subject, whether it was how to study the word, “What Must I Do to Be Saved?,” or any other. Cawthon was also an able debater and was often thrown into religious discussions. He was quite able to fend the truth against any opponent. Even though he may have had some enemies, those who knew him best loved and admired him for his great determination to place the whole truth before the world. He did just that and even his death came during a gospel meeting, which he shared with Brother Ernest Garrett in August 1913. Cawthon’s dear wife, Lydia Elizabeth Pynes, daughter of Fair and Maryanna (Creech) Pynes, preceded him in death by four years. A fitting tribute was paid her in an obituary written by J.M. Barnes for the Gospel Advocate, which was published in Nashville, Tenn., on November 17, 1921, page 1128. She died on a Sunday, April 25, 1909, at their home in Andalusia. A Mr. Emerson, who had lived in Andalusia and knew Sister Cawthon well, stated with feeling, “That was a good old woman. I wish I thought my chances for heaven were as good as hers.” Simon I. S. Cawthon and wife, Lydia Elizabeth, reared at least the following children: William C. W., b. 1859, d. 1927, m. Mary Alice Barron (1870-1941) Ella E.M., b. 1863, m. ? Lewis and Joseph Speight Winfield, b. 1964-, d. 1932, m. Willie Emma Lloyd. These children reared their families in their hometown of Andalusia. These two men, Barron and Cawthon, and their families contributed greatly toward the establishment and maintenance of simple New Testament Christianity in Covington County and surrounding area.

Curtis Thomasson, Andalusia Star News, 04/13/2012

Simon I.S. Cawthon, was born in Georgia, but he moved with family to Henry County. The identity of his parents is not clear, but records reveal his father was prosperous and had a large number of slaves. This means Simon had significant advantages as a child, which would have included a good education even to the level of becoming a medical doctor. Simon was married in 1859 to Lydia Elizabeth Pynes, daughter of Fair Pynes (ca 1804-1854) and his wife, Maryanna Creech (ca 1810-after 1860). Simon and Lydia came to Andalusia between 1876 and 1878. They were the parents of several children including the following: Joseph S.W., m. Willie Lloyd and W.C.W., m. Mary Alice Barron (1870-1941). When the 1900 census was taken in Covington County, Simon and Lydia were residing in Andalusia in the home of their son, W.C.W. Cawthon. W.C.W. was head of the household at 40 years of age with his wife, Mary Alice, who was 30. At the time they had two children, Sam K., 2 and an infant, one month. His parents, Simon and Lydia, were both 65 years old. Mary Alice (1870-1941) was the daughter of Samford P. and Susan (Darby) Barron of Pike County who moved to Andalusia circa 1875. In an article published in Sound Doctrine, a religious publication, in 1941, Bro. Tip Grider, an evangelist in Covington County, paid tribute to the evangelistic work of Simon Cawthon. Even though Simon was a trained medical doctor, he chose to devote his life to preaching the gospel in Andalusia and throughout South Alabama. When he arrived in Andalusia circa 1876, he worked with another preacher, Samford P. Barron, to build the first congregation of the church of Christ in the county. The town was small and quite sparsely populated at the time. Even the courthouse and the few buildings in Andalusia were of wooden structure at the time. Simon Cawthon loved the cause of Christ so much that he was willing to travel far and near by horseback, road cart and later by horse and buggy. There were few sections in South Alabama where he did not preach the gospel. He made converts through gospel meetings as well as in private homes where he would visit. The meetings were held in homes, schoolhouses, and brush arbors and anywhere people might gather. No crowd was too small or too large for him to address. Hundreds learned the truth of the gospel from the lips of Simon Cawthon. His fervent zeal and earnest sacrifices in life made a great impression on his listeners. Once he conducted a series of sermons at Hamilton's Crossroads for 40 days using the same subject, "Preach the Word." He was also a splendid writer and able debater. While some may not have appreciate his devotion to evangelism and his firm stand, those who knew him best, loved and admired him for his great determination to place the "whole truth before the world." Additional information is needed on Simon and Lydia's family, but as stated earlier, in 1900 they were residing in the home of their son, W.C.W. Cawthon. Possibly a grandson, Jimmy Cawthon, was married to Johnnie Kate Locklier (1901-1970). This couple lived in Birmingham and reared three children: Billy Katharine, m. ? Bailey and Frances Ruth. m. ? Gilchrist.

This material was gathered by Curtis Thomasson. It came into the hands of your web editor by way of Gary Hampton in March, 2012


Annual Letters from Bill Gates & Melinda French Gates

Annual Letter 2021
In this year&rsquos Annual Letter, Bill and Melinda reflect on the impact COVID-19 has had on the world and our work, discuss the possibility of emerging from the pandemic in a more equal world, and what needs to be done to prepare for the next pandemic.

Annual Letter 2020
This year's Annual Letter marks the 20th anniversary of the foundation. In that spirit, Bill and Melinda reflect on two decades of impactful work, all the people who make that work possible, and how they are as optimistic as ever about the power of innovation to drive progress.

Annual Letter 2019
In this year&rsquos letter we explore nine surprises that have inspired us to act.

Annual Letter 2018
This is our 10th Annual Letter, and we&rsquore marking the occasion by answering 10 tough questions that people ask us. We will answer them as forthrightly as we can, and we hope that when you&rsquore finished reading, you&rsquoll be just as optimistic as we are.

Annual Letter 2017
Our 2017 annual letter is addressed to our dear friend Warren Buffett, who in 2006 donated the bulk of his fortune to our foundation to fight disease and reduce inequity. A few months ago, Warren asked us to reflect on what impact his gift has had on the world. This is our answer to him.

Annual Letter 2016
IF YOU COULD HAVE ONE SUPERPOWER, WHAT WOULD IT BE? We were asked that question recently by some high school students in Kentucky. Trying to keep up with our foundation work and our three children&rsquos schedules, we gave responses that will be immediately familiar to other parents. &ldquoMore time!&rdquo &ldquoMore energy!&rdquo

Annual Letter 2015
Forty years ago, Bill and his childhood friend Paul Allen bet that software and personal computers would change the way people around the world worked and played. This bet wasn't exactly a wager. It was an opportunity to make computers personal and empower people through the magic of software. Some people thought they were nuts. But the bet turned out well.

Annual Letter 2014
"By almost any measure, the world is better than it has ever been. People are living longer, healthier lives. Many nations that were aid recipients are now self-sufficient. You might think that such striking progress would be widely celebrated, but in fact, Melinda and I are struck by how many people think the world is getting worse. The belief that the world can&rsquot solve extreme poverty and disease isn&rsquot just mistaken. It is harmful. That&rsquos why in this year&rsquos letter we take apart some of the myths that slow down the work. The next time you hear these myths, we hope you will do the same."

Annual Letter 2013
Over the holidays I read The Most Powerful Idea in the World, a brilliant chronicle by William Rosen of the many innovations it took to harness steam power. Among the most important were a new way to measure the energy output of engines and a micrometer dubbed the "Lord Chancellor," able to gauge tiny distances.

Annual Letter 2012
Throughout my careers in software and philanthropy&mdashand in each of my annual letters&mdasha recurring theme has been that innovation is the key to improving the world. When innovators work on urgent problems and deliver solutions to people in need, the results can be magical.

Annual Letter 2011
As I sit down to work on my third annual letter, governments in every corner of the world are facing tough decisions about how to reduce spending. Although foreign aid accounts for less than 1 percent of governments&rsquo total budgets, it is one place being considered for cuts. As a result, health and agricultural assistance that saves lives and puts poor countries on a track for self-sufficiency is at risk.

Annual Letter 2010
This is my second annual letter. The focus of this year&rsquos letter is innovation and how it can make the difference between a bleak future and a bright one.

Annual Letter 2009
This is the first annual letter I plan to write about my work at the Gates Foundation. In this letter I want to share in a frank way what our goals are and where progress is being made and where it is not. Soon after Warren Buffett made his incredible gift, which doubled the resources of the foundation, he encouraged me to follow his lead by writing an annual letter. I won&rsquot be quoting Mae West or trying to match his humor, but I will try to be equally candid.


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Comments:

  1. Ruben

    Authoritative point of view, the temptation

  2. Hnedy

    Authoritative point of view, the temptation

  3. Tyrus

    The important and duly answer

  4. Tujin

    Nightmare. I have just watched the news, just the oxen are rising, how can we live if the price of oil has dropped so much. Some figures and revenues were included in the budget, now we see others. I wonder how long our stabilization fund will be enough for us with this approach. Sorry, I'm so close to the topic. But this is also important, it seems to me.



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