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Family of Franklin BARKLEY and Mary Ann GOBLE
Franklin BARKLEY b. 1821 Dec 22654 at Yates Co., New York38. d. 1896 Jan~1063 at prob Bradford, NY34. bd. Bradford Cem., Bradford, NY34.
Mary Ann GOBLE b. 1827~656 at NY656. d. bef 1860657.
Franklin's marriage to Mary Ann Goble is assumed to be about 1846, from son James' age. Franklin's marriage to Mercy Butler Weaver is assumed to be about 1857, assuming that Abram is the son of Franklin and Mercy and not the son of Franklin and Mary Ann. Franklin is mentioned as a son-in-law and an heir to Mary Ann's father, Timothy Goble, in Timothy's will1064 in 1849. In the 1865 census, both Franklin and Mercy are listed as being married previously. Franklin is listed as the father of 8 children; Mercy as the mother of 7. That implies that Mercy's children are (by Peter Weaver) Emily, Mary Helen and Henrietta Weaver; and (by Franklin Barkley) Abram, Jesse, George and Albert Barkley.
Franklin's death date is from a notation1063 "Barkley, Frank died - funeral Sun last - S. Bradford, Jan 17, 1896 Courier." It's assumed his funeral occurred shortly after his death.
Mary Ann Barkley, nee Goble, is listed as the daughter of and heir to Timothy Goble in Timothy's will1064. Mary Ann's death date is assumed from Franklin's marriage to Mercy as indicated in the 1860 census.
Child 1. James
In 1920, James, "Uncle," is living with his nephew Stanley Barkley. He is also listed as married. In 1925, James is living with nephew Franklin in Bradford.
Child 3. AlwildaIn 1870, Alwilda is a domestic in the household of Thomas Shannon, doctor.
Children of Franklin BARKLEY and Mary Ann GOBLE:
|1.||James T BARKLEY38, 656 b. 1847~656 at Steuben Co., NY38. d. after 19252537.|
|2.||Lucretia BARKLEY38, 656 b. 1849~38 at Steuben Co., NY.|
|3.||Alwilda BARKLEY84 b. 1853~38 at NY.|
|4.||Clarence Adelbert BARKLEY84 b. 1854~657 at Steuben Co., New York38. d. 1899 Apr 121060.|
|md. Josephine MILLER|