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Daniel E. Barrow
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Birth: Dec. 8, 1757
Brunswick County
Virginia, USA
Death: Nov. 8, 1837
Jackson County
Illinois, USA

Daniel Barrow was born December 8, 1757, at his father's Plantation on Fountain Creek, in Brunswick County, Virginia, the son of William Barrow and Amy Lee Barrow. He married Hannah Stone (August 6, 1764-August 19, 1834) in May of 1783, in Surry County, North Carolina, (or in Brunswick County, Virginia?). According to his Revolutionary War Pension application, he was living in North Carolina by the spring of 1779. He must have returned to his "home" in Virginia to be married. He and his wife had the following children:

1) William Barrow, born February 21, 1784 in Surry County, North Carolina
2) John Barrow, born November 19, 1785, in North Carolina
3) Hyram Barrow, born January 12, 1788, in North Carolina
4) Nancy Barrow, born December 15, 1789, in North Carolina
5) Polly Barrow, born March 10, 1792, in North Carolina
6) Mahala Barrow, born October 10, 1794, in North Carolina
7) Tyre Barrow, born January 11, 1797, in North Carolina
8) Daniel Barrow, born July 10, 1799, in either Tennessee or Kentucky
9) David Barrow, born August 13, 1801, in Kentucky
10) Nathan Barrow, born July 5, 1804, in Kentucky
11) James Barrow, born July 12, 1806, in Kentucky
12?) Elizabeth, unknown date of birth. (Note: Elisabeth was named as one of Daniel's children in the diary of Daniel's brother, Rev. David Barrow, when he visited the family in August 1795, but Polly was not. Sandra Paser (see text below) believes that Polly died before her uncle's visit in 1795, and that Elizabeth was born before August 1795, date of birth unknown. It is also possible that Polly's middle name was Elizabeth, so perhaps Rev. David Barrow referred to Polly by her middle name, and the number of children is actually eleven. This is not certain, however.)

Daniel Barrow died November 8, 1837 in Bradley Township, Jackson County, Illinois, and was buried at the Barrow Cemetery, near Campbell Hill. The grave markers were later removed to the Calvary Cemetery, in Campbell Hill, but the bodies of Daniel, his wife Hannah, their son John Stone Barrow, and his wife, Mary, still lie at the Barrow Cemetery in now-unmarked graves.

Family links: 
  William Barrow (1727 - 1817)
  Amy Lee Barrow (1732 - ____)
  Hannah Stone Barrow (1764 - 1834)
  William Barrow (1784 - ____)*
  John Stone Barrow (1785 - 1859)*
  Hyram Barrow (1788 - ____)*
  Nancy Barrow Branscomb (1789 - ____)*
  Polly Elizabeth Barrow (1792 - ____)*
  Mahala Barrow (1794 - ____)*
  Tyre Barrow (1797 - ____)*
  Daniel Stone Barrow (1799 - 1865)*
  David Barrow (1801 - 1879)*
  Nathan B. Barrow (1804 - 1863)*
  James Barrow (1806 - 1853)*
  Amy Lee Barrow*
  Sarah Barrow*
  Elizabeth Barrow*
  Nathan Barrow*
  Hannah Barrow Ferguson (1751 - 1827)*
  David Barrow (1753 - 1819)*
  John Barrow (1755 - 1818)*
  Daniel E. Barrow (1757 - 1837)
  Moses Barrow (1759 - 1840)*
  William W. Barrow (1762 - 1839)*
  Phillip Barrow (1764 - ____)*
  Aaron Barrow (1772 - ____)*
*Calculated relationship
who died december
the 8. AD. 1837. aged 79
years & 11 months

Read dec Nov
Note: The annotation "Read dec Nov" at the bottom of the gravestone is a correction. The engraver evidently carved the wrong month of death, and rather than start again, he added the correction, "Read December as November".
Barrow Cemetery
Jackson County
Illinois, USA
Created by: Thomas Higgerson
Record added: Jul 22, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 39757062
Daniel E. Barrow
Added by: Thomas Higgerson
Daniel E. Barrow
Added by: Thomas Higgerson
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Our 5th Great uncle on Dad's side. We will never forget those from whence we came. RIP uncle and thank you for your service in the Revolutionary war.
- Terry Lee Heaps
 Added: Aug. 23, 2015

- Vonnie L Cantrell
 Added: Sep. 21, 2014

- Steve Perry
 Added: Apr. 27, 2014
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