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Re: John R. Phillips
Posted by: Don Umphrey (ID *****4346) Date: February 10, 2003 at 18:54:47
In Reply to: Re: John R. Phillips by J. E. Gilbert of 780

Jim,

Picture this in Winston County. You drive south out of Haleyville past Natural Bridge and then turn left on the next major road, going east toward Double Springs. As I did this last September, I noted that one of the mailboxes had the name "Barton" written on it. Is this Barton related to you and descended from all the Bartons in the First Alabama Cav.? Is the location of his house pretty close to where Jonathon Barton would have lived? (He was listed as living the Larissa community, which was close to Natural Bridge.)

Don


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