Mary Barlow (1792-1885)

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Mary Barlow (1792-1885)


Title page of a book that belonged to Mary Barlow (1792-1885). The book is in the collection of the Mabel Root Henry Historical Museum, Granville, MA.

Mary Barlow was the daughter of Lt. Edmund Barlow, Jr. and Tabitha Bancroft, married 1786. Lt. Barlow served in the Revolutionary War.

Mary married Oliver Rose (1788-1856). Their son, James Oliver Rose married Flora Abigail Case.

James and Flora lived on Granby Road at the location of what is now Cooley Buy's shop (66 Granby Road). Mary Barlow Rose also lived there until her death in 1885. The Rose house burned down in 1909. James Rose died in 1907 and Flora in 1915.

CLICK HERE to view a photo of the Rose farm. 

CLICK HERE for a photo of James Rose.

CLICK HERE for a photo of Flora Abigail Case Rose.


Digital images copyright Mabel Root Henry Historical Museum, 2 Granby Road, Granville, Massachusetts, 01034.


“Mary Barlow (1792-1885),” Granville History Digital Collection, accessed May 18, 2024,


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