2260. Frank H.9 BARTON (Baxter8, Amos7, Peter6, Bezaleel5, Samuel4, Samuel3, Matthew2, Edward1) was born in Croydon, Sullivan, NH April 1861.

He married twice. He married Cecelia A. BAILEY December 25, 1886 in Manchester, Hillsborough, NH. Cecelia was born December 1849 in Rockport, MA. Cecelia was the daughter of Henry BAILEY and Elsiena WHITCHER. Cecelia was divorced from Frank H. BARTON June 1, 1898. He married Clara E. COOLEY March 4, 1899 in Tilton, Belknap, NH.(1816) Clara was born circa 1873. Clara was divorced from Frank H. BARTON March 26, 1910.

Frank was employed. Frank was divorced from Cecelia A. BAILEY June 1, 1898. Frank was listed as a son-in-law in Elsiena WHITCHER's household on the 1900 Census in Wentworth, Grafton, NH. The following individuals are also linked to this event: Ethel M. BARTON (granddaughter); Naaman Herbert BARTON (grandson); Abigail WIFE OF WHITCHER (mother); Oscar H. BAILEY (son). Frank was divorced from Clara E. COOLEY March 26, 1910.

Frank H. BARTON and Cecelia A. BAILEY had the following children:

child 3655 i. Ethel M.10 BARTON was born in Manchester, Hillsborough, NH June 23, 1888.(1817)

child 3656 ii. male BARTON was born in Manchester, Merrimack, NH 4 July 1890.

child 3657 iii. Naaman Herbert BARTON was born in Wentworth, Grafton, NH July 9, 1897.(1818) Naaman died April 5, 1970 in Rochester, Strafford, NH, at 72 years of age.(1819) Naaman was listed as a grandson in Elsiena WHITCHER's household on the 1900 Census in Wentworth, Grafton, NH. The following individuals are also linked to this event: Ethel M. BARTON (granddaughter); Abigail WIFE OF WHITCHER (mother); Oscar H. BAILEY (son); Frank H. BARTON (son-in-law). Naaman was listed in a directory in Rochester, Strafford, NH 1950. Naaman had his will probated July 1970 in Dover, Strafford, NH. When he registered for the draft in August of 1918 at Wentworth he was described as medium hirght and build with brown eyes and red hair. Interestingly he states his father was born at Bridgeport, CT. He also gives an E. M. Kinball of New Boston as his neaest relation. This would indicate the Ethel had remaried by then.

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