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RE: [TexasCzechs] Rev Joseph Barton

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  • D. Coats
    I wasn t aware that the younger Josef Barton was a minister there too. If someone told me before, it didn t register in my mind. Thanks for pointing it our
    Message 1 of 5 , Aug 1, 2002
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      I wasn’t aware that the younger Josef Barton was a minister there too.  If someone told me before, it didn’t register in my mind.  Thanks for pointing it our to me.

       

      Doris

       

       

      -----Original Message-----
      From: J.D. Kotrla-Chipps [mailto:jdkc@...]
      Sent: Tuesday, July 30, 2002 1:02 PM
      To: TexasCzechs@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: Re: [TexasCzechs] Rev Joseph Barton

       

      I'm sure you already noticed, but both the Josef Bartons listed below, 
      were ministers of the Brethern Church there in Granger.  (father and son)

      D. Coats wrote:

      > Thank you so much for taking the time to get the Barton information at

      > the Brethren Cemetery.  Now that I know that Rev. Joseph Barton
      > belongs in my family tree, your information means even more to me than

      > it did when I last replied to your message.   Thanks to
      Kathy, we now
      > have connected my Josef Barton to Jan Barton (father of Rev. Josef
      > Barton)!!!!!!
      >

      >
      > Doris
      >
      > Researching: Barton Kudelka Drgac Marek
      >

      >
      > -----Original Message-----
      > From: J.D. Kotrla-Chipps [mailto:jdkc@...]
      > Sent: Sunday, July 28, 2002 3:49 PM
      > To: TexasCzechs@yahoogroups.com
      > Subject: Re: [TexasCzechs] Rev Joseph Barton
      >

      >
      > I have just returned from Granger, where I spent a very productive two
      > hours at the Brethern church, then I went to the Brethern Cemetery and
      > got the following information:
      >
      > Rev Josef Barton b. Sep 26, 1886 Hodslavice, Moravia
      >                           
      d. Aug 26, 1945 Granger, Tx.
      >
      > From the church I learned that he was the first resident minister,
      > (1910), (before that Rev. Chlumsky from Brenem would commute)
      > (Wife)
      > Albina  b.Mar 25, 1893  Corn Hill, Tx
      >            
      d. Oct 11, 1979  Austin, Tx
      >
      > Two sons were killed during WWII, and memorial stones are placed there
      > in the family plot for them.
      >
      > Daniel Barton
      > (PFC 499 B.S.- B-25's)
      > b. Jul 27, 1921  Granger
      > Drafted Sep 11, 1942
      > Killed off Leyte Nov 12, 1944
      > Buried Dulag, Leyte P.I.
      >
      > Theodore Barton
      > (2nd Lt. 424 B.S. - B-24's)
      > b. Jun 27, 1917 Granger
      > Drafted #158 Dec 24, 1941
      > Killed of Guadalcanal Feb 13, 1945
      > Fell at sea near Bougainville
      >
      > Rev Josef Adolf Barton
      > b. Oct 12, 1913
      > d. Jan 29, 1979
      > (Wife)
      > Elsie Lydia
      > b. Jun 20, 1916
      > d. Jan 8, 2001
      >
      > Russell Smith wrote:
      >
      > > Rev. Joseph Barton's parents were Jan Barton & Anna
      Hegar.  Rev.
      > > Joseph Hegar's parents were Joseph Hegar & Frantiska
      Bartek.  Both
      > > ministers came from Hodslavice.  Joseph Hegar (Rev. Joseph's
      father) &
      > > Anna (Hegar) Barton were brother and sister.  Therefore,
      they were
      > > first cousins.  I had been curious as to who Jan Barton was
      and where
      > > did he fit in the picture with all the other Barton's from
      > > Hodslavice.  I had even heard a story once that he wasn't
      from
      > > Hodslavice.  Well, the mystery has been solved.  He is
      from
      > > Hodslavice.  He is also Joseph Barton (Doris & Corey's
      Joseph) 1/2
      > > brother.  I heard from Martin today and he verified my suspicions.

      > > Below is the information he sent for documentation.  Okay,
      now more
      > > questions to answer.  I'll get back with y'all when I have
      more
      > > information.  Kathy
      > >
      > >
      > >
      > > Regional Archive of Opava, wedding registersof protestant parish
      > > Hodslavice
      > >
      > > Book Page Date Place Groom Age Born Bride Age Born Witnesses,
      Notes
      > >
      > > CM III 9 2 7 May 1882 Hodslavice Jan Barton Corporal of 4th
      Fortress
      > > Artillery Batalion, 5th Comp., single son of Jozef Barton,
      cottager
      > > from Hodslavice #132 and his wife Rozina daughter of cottager
      Jozef
      > > Kunetek 15 Jul 1857 Hodslavice #132 Anna Hegar daughter of Jozef
      Hegar
      > > cottager at Hodslavice #67 and his wife Julianna daughter of
      cottager
      > > Jozef Byma 6 Nov 1863 Hostasovice #33 Jork? Toman cottager at
      > > Hodslavice #169 Jiri Barton cottager at Hodslavice #137
      > >
      >
      >
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