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Deborah Lee, BHS Treasurer
2814 Poinsett Hwy.
Greenville SC 29609
United States of America

Thirty Six Years of the Barton Bulletin and BHS Newsletter (1959-2006) a DVD collection.

We have scanned all of our Bulletins and Newsletters and created a searchable index. (We believe that the BHS library may have the only complete set of all of our publications and it took us years to assemble this collection.)  All on one Data DVD.

Over 1,000 pages each individually scanned plus a Master Index and ten sub-indexes (indexes of Cemeteries, Churches, Greek Letter Organizations, Military Units, Photographs, Rivers Lakes & Streams, Schools & Colleges, Ships, Slaves, and Surnames). All in Adobe PDF format. $20.00 includes shipping and handling.. (Note: DVD not CD-ROM!). Any researcher with BARTON roots in America will want a copy of this DVD!

THE FAMILY OF WILSON BARTON AND MILDAH MCKINNEY by Karla Cox Smith, copyright 2003.

  • 136 page record of descendants of the Bartons who in 1854 traveled by wagon train from Tigerville, South Carolina to Williamson and Burnet County, TX
  • 70 photos
  • 51 outline descendant trees including over 2500 individuals
  • Human interest stories about the frontier lives they led
  • Gloss laminated soft cover, 8 ½" x 11" 70# acid free paper, $20.00, including shipping and handling
  • The book contains previously unpublished information about Wilson, their daughters Mathursa and Mahala who remained in South Carolina, the seven sons who came to Texas including David and Wilson Perry who died during the Civil War. Also included are hundreds of descendants who were born as recently as 2003. Information on birthdates and places, marriages, children, death dates, place of burial, education, military service, and occupations.


    The Barton Book with Nov. 1999 supplement.

    The family genealogy of the Thomas Barton married Sarah Wilson and David Barton married Ruth Oldham families, compiled by Robert Dacus Nally, is documented in this hard-bound revised edition of 848 pages. ©1994. Originally published in 1969 by Jason Edward Barton, the 1994 edition of the book was expanded by Nally from around 5,000 names to over 23,000 names. This is a part of the family of Thomas Barton, who was first found in Stafford County, Virginia, records in 1675 (includes shipping and handling) - $50.00.

    Our Standy

    Set of 7 BARTON BULLETINS from the 1980s:...$14.00 (includes shipping)

    or... buy original individual Barton Bulletins @ $3.00/ea plus $2 shipping

    • Winter Edition 1980-81
    • Reunion Edition 1981
    • Winter Edition 1982-1983
    • 1983-1984
    • 1985-1986
    • 1986-1987
    • 1986-1987

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