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Pinkney Fields Pink Barlow (Barlar) was the 7th-born of William Henry Barlow (Barlar)
and Susan Frances (Phillips).  Although they had no children of their own, Uncle Pink and
his wife Bell were family favorites, much loved by their many nieces and nephews.  Pink
passed away in April, 1949, following the death of his older brother, John Maultsby 'Doc',
wh
o died in January of the same year.  In the photo below, 'Pink' was approximately 43
years of age.

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   Family Facts:           

  • "Pink" and his wife, Bell, lived in an authentic log cabin just steps down the road from the youngest brother, James Monroe "Jim".  The two brothers and their wives maintained a very close relationship throughout their lives.
  • Aunt Bell was a fabulous cook and baker, especially well known for the delicious cookies called Teacakes that are a southern favorite.
  • Both Pink and Bell are buried in the lovely New Zion Cemetery in Brick Church, TN.

 Click Here For Pink's Photo Page

 


        
     

Pinkney Fields "Pink" Barlow

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Mary Isabel "Bell" (Roberts)

[B: 1866 - Giles Co., TN]

[D  1949 - Giles Co., TN]

02 Aug 1895
Giles County, TN

[B: 1879 - Giles Co., TN]

[D: 1967 - Giles Co., TN] 

  • Their permanent home - Giles County, Tennessee.
  • No children.

 

Pink and Bell in the 1940s