Search for Names
Last Name:
First Name:
Our Family Genealogy Pages

William H. Barton
 1835 - 1864

HomeHome    SearchSearch    PrintPrint    Login - User: anonymousLogin    Add BookmarkAdd Bookmark

Personal Information    |    Media    |    Notes    |    All

  • Birth  1835  Hall Co., Ga Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender  Male 
    Died  1 Sep 1864  1 SEP 1864 in Andersonville,Georgia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Buried  Andersonville National Cemetery, GA, Grave 7524 Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID  I5  Lindsay
    Last Modified  08 Jan 2007 11:28:35 
    Father  Willis B. Barton, b. 22 Sep 1803, South Carolina  
    Mother  Margret Nancy Martin, b. 11 Mar 1806, Georgia  
    Family ID  F5  Group Sheet
    Family  Martha J. Weaver, b. 30 Oct 1840, Ga  
    Married  1832  Hall Co., Ga Find all individuals with events at this location 
     1. Young William Barton, b. 1857
    Family ID  F4  Group Sheet
  • Headstones
    Headstone Image Needed
    Headstone Image Needed
    Status: located. ( place holder image shown )
  • Notes 
    • Note 1:


      We have pondered this question for a few years. Well, here is a summary of the data collected to date.
      A Tomb Stone in Sardis Baptist Church Cemetery is inscribed "In Sacred Memory of Martha Barton formally Weaver was born Oct 30 1840 AD died March 28 1871 AD age 30 yrs 4 months 28 day". The next Tomb Stone is inscribed "Peter Weaver husband of Armindia Weaver Apr 6, 1812 Dec. 25, 1877". Peter and Martha Barton are buried next to one another. Martha E. Weaver is buried on his other side. Armindia Weaver (2nd
      wife of Peter) is buried in a grave in the same plot.

      Facts: William H. Barton is son of Willis and Margaret Martin Barton as listed in the 1850 census Hall Co., GA. He is listed again in Winston Co., AL 1860 census in household # 295 Age 25, male, born GA, Wife Martha age 18 female born GA. They are listed with households # 296A Madison M. Barton his brother and # 297 Willis Barton his father. We have been unable to find Martha or the family in 1870. We know she died on March 28, 1871. InWinston Co., AL 1880 census we find Jonathan J. Barton listed as a nephew in the household of Henry Weaver, age 17, born AL, Parents born in GA.

      Note 2:

      William and Martha J. Barton are enumerated in the 1860 Township 11, Range 9, District 288, Winston County, Alabama Census. His age is given as 23 years and born in Georgia.

      Winston County residents who served in the First Alabama Cavalry
      Barton, William H., Pvt., Co. L, age 27, EN 9/25/63, Fayette Co., AL, MI 9/25/63, Glendale, MS, born Hall Co., GA, farmer, POW 10/26/63 at Vincent's Cross Roads, AL, died at Andersonville, GA 9/1/64 while POW. (Buried in Grave #7524, Andersonville National Cemetery).

    • 1st Alabama Cavalry Page
      Company Assignment: Co. L, 1st Alabama Cavalry
      9/25/1863 Enlisted, Fayette Co., AL
      9/25/1863 Mustered In, Glendale MS
      10/26/1863 Prisoner of War, Vincent's Cross Roads, MS
      9/1/1864 Died, Andersonville, GA
      William H. Barton was captured by the confederate troops at Jones Cross roads, Mississippi on 10-26-1863 and were taken to the pow camp in Andersonville, GA, and died of exposure.


This site powered by The Next Generation of Genealogy Sitebuilding, Copyright © 2001-2008, created by Darrin Lythgoe, Sandy, Utah. All rights reserved.