The basic information is derived from existing publications:
Barden-Borden Genealogy, Norman Barden, Jun 30, 1912, Minneapolis, MN
Ancestry and Descendents of Isaac Barden of Middleborough and Attleborough, MARuth Story Devereaux Eddy, Providence, RI Jan 1945
Barden Data, CT & NY, Leon R Brown, Rochester, NY, Jun 1958
Genealogies of the Barden Families, Ezra Cornelius Potter, Ames Iowa Dec 1, 1927
Vermont Once No Man's Land, Merritt Clark Barden, 1928
The Barden Geneaalogy, Leon R Brown, Rochester, NY 1958
The Barden-Bardeen Genealogy, William A Bardeen, 1993, Glen Ellyn, IL.(pages 39, 69, and 123)
Various new research and confirmations from Ancestry.com.
Barden of Cohoes, NY intentions and Sarah L Frye Dec 10, 1835
1855 North Ancover census,
Barden, Bradford 47, Sarah L 54, Bradford H 19
1860 North Andover census, Essex, Massachusetts
Barden, Bradford 53; Sarah L 58, Bradford H 23
1865 census North Andorver
Barden, Bradford 58, Sarah L 64, Bradford H 28, and Zilpha 27 ME (most likely wife of Bradford)(see int above)
There is no further known descendancy in my records.If you have a hint I would sure like to be aware of all later information and thanks.Ancestors and Descendants.
You will note the hardbound references carry the lineage back to William, the progenitor, at Marshfield, Plymouth, MA circa 1634.
As I recall I was previously in contact with you about FOUR years ago trying to extract information on the line:
Norman Frederick Barden b. Abt 1925, Milo, Maine d. aft Jan 2002 m. Corrine Elizabeth Pray b. 18 feb 1924, Milo, ME d. 16 Jan 2002, m. 9 Nov 1 946, Milo, ME
Corrine Elizabeth Pray parents:
Harry Pray and Alice Hoskins
Edna, Frank, Hazry, Lala, Opal and Louise
Michael Dolan Barden, and Loretta Barden m. Ron Mason of Bangor
Michael Dolan Barden b. 4 Dec 1949 Milo, ME m. Nancy Jane Fitch b. 15 Jun 1951 m. 28 Jun 1975
Seth Dolan Barden b. 11 Jun 1980 and Cory Jon Barden b. 27 Mar 1982
I had hoped you would have then updated me on any additional fill-in information of your family to include descendants and ancestors. At the time you declined.We all help one another.
I have a lot of BARDENs coming into the U.S. from Canada in the Michigan-Illinois areas in late 19th and early 20th centuries without any history.There was at least some of the William/Deborah Barden line that went to Maine.But very little is know of there residency there.I suspect THIS BARDEN LINE entered Canada for few generations and then migrated west into Ontario and thence re-emerged into the Unites States at Michigan and Illinois.However, the Canadian records are near non-existant.Therefore I am having an impossible task of re-connecting these BARDENs if that is the case.Firstly, I need all available information of Maine BARDEN families (and their disappearance if that is the case - possibly into Canada).
Many thanks in advance for any help you can provide.
Don Barden, Florida