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BIO:  William Barton, York County, PA

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History of York County, Pennsylvania.  John Gibson, Historical Editor.
Chicago: F. A. Battey Publishing Co., 1886.
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Part II, Biographical Sketches, Peach Bottom Township, Pg 162

WILLIAM BARTON was born in Peach Bottom Township, York County, May 23, 1832, on the farm of 180 acres now owned and occupied by him.  His parents, William and Elizabeth (Heaps) Barton, were both natives of Harford County, Md.  The subject of this sketch has passed his entire life on a farm, and by his industry and skill has acquired a competence.  He had held the offices of assessor, inspector and school director.  He married Miss Sarah M. Fulks, daughter of Benjamin Fulks, May 23, 1860, and has two sons:  John A. and Harry A.  Mrs. Barton is a member of the Slateville Presbyterian Church. 

Biographical sketch of William Barton




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