Isaac Barrows was the first settler upon the farm now owned by F. G. Converse. He came on from Connecticut and boarded for a time with Philip Stone’s family, six miles distant, whither he returned from his work every night. Bears were plentiful in those days, and in these daily journeys he killed several. Rufus
Barrows, L. Crosby, Middlebury, was born in Middlebury, Vt., on September 29, 1826. His parents were Lucius and Matilda (Miller) Barrows. Lucius Barrows was born in Mansfield, Conn., on June 14, 1793, and came with his father, Eleazer Barrows, to Addison county, Vt., in 1796, and settled on the farm which is now the home
Sparta, Baker County, Oregon Barrows-At Sparta November 11th H. A. Barrows. Aged 30 years. Eastern Oregon Republican, Thursday November 19, 1891
Jonathan Barrows, from Bridgewater, Vt., came to this town about 1828, and died here in 1870, aged sixty-five years. He had a family of seven children, as follows : Henry, Nathan, Lysander, Harriet, Chauncey, Lucia, and Alvinzy. All but Harriet now reside in the town.
ANSEL BARROWS, a brother (?) of Moses, Jr., with Hannah, his wife, had the following children, b. in town: i. JAMES ELIOT, b. May 8, 1796. ii. SIMEON TOLMAN, b. Feb. 18, 1798.
MOSES BARROWS, JR., with Elizabeth, his wife, lived several years near the foot of Furnald Hill. They were constituent members of the Baptist Church at its organization. Charity Barrows, a sister of Moses, was also another. These were the children of Moses and Abigail Barrows, who in advanced years came to town and spent the