Mary Barker

Female 1860 - 1949  (89 years)


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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Mary Barker was born on 27 Jan 1860 in Hector, Schuyler Co., New York, USA (daughter of Samuel M. Barker and Margaret Henry); died on 12 Dec 1949 in Nebraska, USA.

    Mary married Amon Amonia Sanders on 27 Aug 1904 in Iowa Falls, Wright Co., Iowa, USA. Amon was born in 1864; died in 1937. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Samuel M. Barker was born in Aug 1827 in Hector, Schuyler Co., New York, USA; died in 1901 in Lincoln, Lancaster Co., Nebraska, USA; was buried in Glenwood Cemetery, Watkins Glen, Schuyler Co., New York, USA.

    Samuel married Margaret Henry. Margaret (daughter of Robert Henry and Mary Akin) was born in Feb 1829 in Hector, Schuyler Co., New York, USA; died on 2 Jan 1915; was buried in Glenwood Cemetery, Watkins Glen, Schuyler Co., New York, USA. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 3.  Margaret Henry was born in Feb 1829 in Hector, Schuyler Co., New York, USA (daughter of Robert Henry and Mary Akin); died on 2 Jan 1915; was buried in Glenwood Cemetery, Watkins Glen, Schuyler Co., New York, USA.
    Children:
    1. 1. Mary Barker was born on 27 Jan 1860 in Hector, Schuyler Co., New York, USA; died on 12 Dec 1949 in Nebraska, USA.


Generation: 3

  1. 6.  Robert Henry was born in 1789 in Ireland (son of Mr. Henry); died on 3 Aug 1868 in Hector, Schuyler Co., New York, USA; was buried in Seneca Union Cemetery, Valois, Schuyler Co., New York, USA.

    Notes:

    HENRY Robert 3dec1867 - 8 nov1868 Hector, Schuyler - wf Mary Henry, 5 chil Lydia Ann Smith, Andrew Henry, Margaret H Barker, Isaac W Henry & John Henry - exec wf Mary & Samuel M Baker - wit Joseph Barker & Peter Hobert both of Hector
  2. Mr. Robert Henry, one of the pioneers of the Seneca lake country died at North Hector on Monday morning of last week, at the advanced age of 80 years. (Vital Records Extracted from the Yates County Chronicle, Editor: Stafford C. Cleveland, August - October 1868)
  3. Possibly NOT a son of Andrew Henry (some confusion -- all of Robert's census records and such show him born in Ireland -- it is possible that his wife Mary is the daughter of Mary Evans (possibly from a first husband of Mary Evans - Abel Aikens, Abel Ackers????--- See DAR Application of Sara Barnum Henry)
  4. Robert married Mary Akin on 30 Mar 1814 in Pawlet, Rutland Co., Vermont, USA. Mary (daughter of Abel Akin and Mary Evans) was born in 1794 in Vermont, USA; died on 25 Nov 1880 in Davenport, Scott Co., Iowa, USA; was buried in Seneca Union Cemetery, Valois, Schuyler Co., New York, USA. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  5. 7.  Mary Akin was born in 1794 in Vermont, USA (daughter of Abel Akin and Mary Evans); died on 25 Nov 1880 in Davenport, Scott Co., Iowa, USA; was buried in Seneca Union Cemetery, Valois, Schuyler Co., New York, USA.

    Notes:

    1880 living with her daughter, Lydia in Davenport,Iowa.. 1880 census shows father born in Ireland and mother in Connecticut.
    1865 census shows she had 9 children.

    Children:
    1. Lydia Ann Henry was born on 01 Jan 1815 in New York, USA; died on 05 Jan 1896; was buried in Logan Cemetery, Hector, Schuyler Co., New York, USA.
    2. Andrew Henry was born on 15 Aug 1816 in Hector, Schuyler Co., New York, USA; died on 29 Jul 1890 in Columbus, Platte Co., Nebraska, USA.
    3. 3. Margaret Henry was born in Feb 1829 in Hector, Schuyler Co., New York, USA; died on 2 Jan 1915; was buried in Glenwood Cemetery, Watkins Glen, Schuyler Co., New York, USA.
    4. Isaac W. Henry was born about 1832 in New York, USA; died on 1 Mar 1917; was buried in Seneca Union Cemetery, Valois, Schuyler Co., New York, USA.
    5. John Henry was born on 22 May 1839 in Hector, Schuyler Co., New York, USA; died on 29 Aug 1915 in Akron, Summit Co., Ohio, USA; was buried in Glendale Cemetery, Akron, Summit Co., Ohio, USA.
    6. Viana Henry was born about 1840.


Generation: 4

  1. 12.  Mr. Henry

    Notes:

    Possibly the son of Rev.Micheal Henry, of Drumbaracher,Armagh
    Co.,Ireland 1706-27mar1789. He had at least three sons: Andrew,
    Michael, and John S.. His son John S. Henry, born 3Mar1744, came to
    America in 1772 and married Leah Brevoot in NYC 1775 and died
    5May1817.

    Children:
    1. Andrew Henry was born on 2 Oct 1771 in Ireland; died on 2 Aug 1833 in Hector, Schuyler Co., New York, USA; was buried in Logan Cemetery, Hector, Schuyler Co., New York, USA.
    2. 6. Robert Henry was born in 1789 in Ireland; died on 3 Aug 1868 in Hector, Schuyler Co., New York, USA; was buried in Seneca Union Cemetery, Valois, Schuyler Co., New York, USA.

  2. 14.  Abel Akin was born est 1770 in Ireland; died before 1795 in Vermont, USA.

    Notes:

    Last name possibly: Aikens, Aikin, Adkins, Akins. Acker is from John Henry's death record showing his mother as Mary Acker.

    Abel married Mary Evans est 1791. Mary (daughter of Sergeant Abiathar Evans and Mary Johnson) was born on 5 Aug 1771 in New Marlboro, Berkshire Co., Massachusetts, USA; died on 11 Oct 1858 in Hector, Schuyler Co., New York, USA; was buried in Logan Cemetery, Hector, Schuyler Co., New York, USA. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  3. 15.  Mary Evans was born on 5 Aug 1771 in New Marlboro, Berkshire Co., Massachusetts, USA (daughter of Sergeant Abiathar Evans and Mary Johnson); died on 11 Oct 1858 in Hector, Schuyler Co., New York, USA; was buried in Logan Cemetery, Hector, Schuyler Co., New York, USA.

    Notes:

    Living in Hector in 1850 with Mary Henry aged 24

    Birth:
    Daughter Anna, states in 1880 census that her mother was born in CT

    Children:
    1. 7. Mary Akin was born in 1794 in Vermont, USA; died on 25 Nov 1880 in Davenport, Scott Co., Iowa, USA; was buried in Seneca Union Cemetery, Valois, Schuyler Co., New York, USA.


Generation: 5

  1. 30.  Sergeant Abiathar Evans was born in Jan 1742 in Hartford, Hartford Co., Connecticut, USA (son of Samuel? Evens); died on 10 Jul 1831 in Pawlet, Rutland Co., Vermont, USA; was buried in Mettawee Valley Cemetery, Pawlet, Rutland Co., Vermont, USA.

    Other Events:

    • Military Service: Apr 1775- 1783, Hartford, Hartford Co., Connecticut, USA; American Revolution (US) 2nd Connecticut Regiment - Col. Webb General Washington's Army Valley Forge - 1778 Battle of Monmouth

    Notes:

    Military Service:
    Served in the Revolution from Connecticut from the alarm at Lexington through the month of June 1783, then about a year later moved his family to Pawlet,VT, where he help built the First Congregational Church in 1785. His Revolutionary service began as a Private in Capt. Cheney's Company, serving six days, "for the relief of Boston in the Lexington Alarm, April 1775." In January 1776, Private Evans was under the command of Capt Jonathan Wells' Fifth Company, in Col Erastus Wolcott's Regiment. During the reorganization of the Continental Force, before December 1775, Washington called on regiments from New England to guard lines. Three regiments were sent to Boston including Col. Wolcott's. They reached Boston the end of January, there they remained six weeks and occupied Boston after the British evacuated. Boston and the province of Mass. were free of British troops for the remainder of the war. After his service in Capt. Wells' Company, on 28Feb1777, Corporal Abiathar Evans enlisted in Capt David Parsons Company in the 2nd Connecticut Regiment, commanded by Col Charles Webb. The 2nd Connecticut Regiment was raised in 1777 for the Army of the "Continental Line," ordered assembled at Danbury in April, preparatory to taking the field and soon after went to Camp at Peekskill,NY. Served there during the summer and fall of 1777 along the Hudson under General Putnam and ordered 14 Nov to join General Washington's Army in Pennsylvania. There on December 8th they were engaged in the sharp action of Whitmarsh, where the 2nd Connecticut lost a number of Officers and men, killed and wounded. After leaving Whitmarsh, Washington's Army, including the 2nd Connecticut(and Corporal Evans) made their way to Valley Forge, for the harsh winter of 1777-1778. From Valley Forge, they marched to Monmouth,NJ to what would become "the most scorching summer day ever known in America." There the Battle of Monmouth was fought on the 28th day of June 1778 Events from this battle include, Washington restoring control, inspiring confidence, and turning the soldiers back to the attack, after a retreat by Gen. Charles Lee, later to be court-martial for this event. Also the legend of Molly Pitcher occurs here, as it is said she took over the cannon manned by her fallen husband, during the battle. After the long and exhausting battle at Monmouth, the 2nd Connecticut Regiment was reassigned to the Second Connecticut Brigade under Gen. Huntington at Camp White Plains, where they where for the winter of 1778-1779 with the Division at Redding. They served on the east side of the Hudson in General Heath's wing during operations of 1779 and wintered at Morristown from 1779-1780. In 1780 the 2nd Connecticut Regt. served on the outposts with the main Army, on the Hudson. Here on May 1st, Abiathar Evans was promoted to Sergeant. His unit wintered 1780-1781 at "Camp Connecticut Village" above the Robinson House, on the Hudson, where they where reorganized for the next formation. Sgt Evans was part of the 2nd Connecticut Regt until 31Dec1781 when it was reorganized into the 3rd Connecticut Regiment, commanded by Col. Samuel B. Webb. Sgt Evans enlisted in Capt Rogers Eighth Company, on 01Jan1781 and served with the Army on the Hudson, as part of the 3rd Connecticut Regiment. The muster roll of 1782 list occupation and description of persons mentioned; Abiathar Evans, carpenter and joiner aged 40, 5'9" in height, born and resides in Hartford,CT; dark complexion, dark eyes, and dark hair. Colonel Samuel B. Webb's Connecticut Regiment, and was was disbanded in June of 1783 and Sgt Abiathar Evans was officially discharged at West Point,NY the same month. In his pension record, Abiathar states, "discharged the month of June 1784, having served a year more than my term of enlistment." Very little is stated in his pension record about any conflicts and battles, it is all generalized. Sgt. Abiathar was allowed pension on his application executed 17 April 1818 at which time he was in his seventy-sixth year of age, and living in Pawlet, Rutland County, Vermont. He died in 1831 at the age of 89 and his widow, Mary, drew a Widows pension from 1832 to her death in 1847 at the age of 103 years

    Abiathar married Mary Johnson on 10 Nov 1766 in Tyringham, Berkshire Co., Massachusetts, USA. Mary was born on 04 Feb 1744; died on 26 Aug 1847 in Pawlet, Rutland Co., Vermont, USA; was buried in Mettawee Valley Cemetery, Pawlet, Rutland Co., Vermont, USA. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 31.  Mary Johnson was born on 04 Feb 1744; died on 26 Aug 1847 in Pawlet, Rutland Co., Vermont, USA; was buried in Mettawee Valley Cemetery, Pawlet, Rutland Co., Vermont, USA.
    Children:
    1. Sarah Evans was born on 5 Jul 1767 in New Marlboro, Berkshire Co., Massachusetts, USA.
    2. Frederick Evans was born on 2 May 1769 in New Marlboro, Berkshire Co., Massachusetts, USA; died before 1858.
    3. 15. Mary Evans was born on 5 Aug 1771 in New Marlboro, Berkshire Co., Massachusetts, USA; died on 11 Oct 1858 in Hector, Schuyler Co., New York, USA; was buried in Logan Cemetery, Hector, Schuyler Co., New York, USA.
    4. Phebe Evans was born on 28 Feb 1774 in New Marlboro, Berkshire Co., Massachusetts, USA.
    5. Abiathar Evans, Jr. was born about 1779; died on 12 Apr 1829 in Pawlet, Rutland Co., Vermont, USA.