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Source: History of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison and Nicholas Counties, Kentucky, ed. by William Henry Perrin, O. L. Baskin & Co., Chicago, 1882. p. 569.
[Bourbon County] [Centerville Precinct]

J. T. BARLOW, farmer; P. O. Centerville; was born Jan. 31, 1834, in Boone County, Mo., but has lived in Kentucky since 1846, and is the son of Martin B. and Fanny A. (Cantrill) Barlow. Martin was born in Scott County, Ky., from where he moved to Missouri, but died in Illinois in 1875; his wife was born on the farm where J. T., her son, now lives, and died in 1846; she was a daughter of Joseph Cantrill, Sr. The grandfather of our subject came to Kentucky about 1780, and located in Scott County, entering land and developing the same. Mr. Barlow was married in 1855 to Miss Annie R. Lydick, daughter of Jacob Lydick, of Fayette County, and has five children: Lelia, married to J. B. Ammerman, of Texas; Mollie, married to J. T. Hill, of Bourbon County, now of Texas; Bettie, married to John Stamps, of Bourbon County, now of Texas; Ella and Frankie.

Our subject resided in Missouri from 1855 to 1862, since which time he has lived in Kentucky, for a short time in Fayette, afterward in Bourbon; he owns 95 acres of good land, farms in a general way and raises stock; has served as Justice of the Peace seven years in the Centerville Precinct, and is a Democrat. Mrs. Barlow is a member of the Old Union Christian Church, of Fayette County.



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