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''[[United States|United States]] [[Image:Gotoarrow.png]] [[Rhode Island|Rhode Island]] [[Image:Gotoarrow.png]] [[Bristol County, Rhode Island|Bristol County]] [[Image:Gotoarrow.png]]'' '''Barrington'''
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{{Infobox U.S. City
 
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| state = Rhode Island
 
| state = Rhode Island
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| founded year = 1680
 
| founded year = 1680
 
| seat wl = Bristol
 
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''[[United States|United States]] [[Image:Gotoarrow-kelly.png]] [[Rhode Island|Rhode Island]] [[Image:Gotoarrow-kelly.png]] [[Bristol County, Rhode Island|Bristol County]] [[Image:Gotoarrow-kelly.png]] Barrington''
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=== Historical Facts  ===
 
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=== Quick Facts  ===
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{{Wikipedia|Barrington, Rhode Island}}  
 
{{Wikipedia|Barrington, Rhode Island}}  
  
*Barrington was originally part of [[Swansea, Massachusetts|Swansea]], Massachusetts from its incorporation in 1667, then part of the Plymouth Colony until its merger with the Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1691. (In October 1717 Barrington was set off from Swansea and incorporated under its' present name as a town in Bristol County, Massachusetts. In 1747 Barrington was given to Rhode Island.)<br>
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*Barrington was originally part of [[Swansea, Massachusetts|Swansea]], Massachusetts from its incorporation in 1667, then part of the Plymouth Colony until its merger with the Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1691. (In October 1717 Barrington was set off from Swansea and incorporated under its' present name as a town in Bristol County, Massachusetts. In 1747 Barrington was given to Rhode Island.)
  
 
*The Baptist residents petititoned for separation from [[Swansea, Massachusetts|Swansea]] in 1711.
 
*The Baptist residents petititoned for separation from [[Swansea, Massachusetts|Swansea]] in 1711.
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*In late 19th and early 20th century Barrington was home of the Barrington Brick works, which made bricks that were used worldwide. Many of laborers were from Italy and worked in the brickyard. Their descendants still make up a sizeable portion of the town population.
 
*In late 19th and early 20th century Barrington was home of the Barrington Brick works, which made bricks that were used worldwide. Many of laborers were from Italy and worked in the brickyard. Their descendants still make up a sizeable portion of the town population.
  
=== Town Hall ===
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== Resources ==
  
283 County Road <br>Barrington, RI 02806-2406
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[[Image:{{RIBriBarmap}}]]
  
== Resources ==
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=== Biographies ===
  
=== Biographies ===
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*''Thomas Williams Bicknell'', A history of Barrington, Rhode Island (Providence&nbsp;: Snow &amp; Farnham, 1898}; {{FHL|103777|item|disp=FHL film 1033855 Item 1}}; {{FHL|966755|item|disp=FHL Book 974.55/B2 H2b 2 vols.}}.
*A history of Barrington, Rhode Island {{FHL|966755|item}} {{FHL|103777|item}}
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=== Cemeteries  ===
 
=== Cemeteries  ===
  
*Rhode Island town of Barrington historical cemeteries {{FHL|105292|item}}<br>Includes list of the historical cemeteries in the town giving the names of the American war veterans buried there&nbsp;; and a historical sketch of the town with a map showing the locations of the cemeteries.
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*''Rhode Island Graves Registration Committee'', Rhode Island town of Barrington historical cemeteries {{FHL|105292|item|disp=FHL film 947774 Item 4}} <br>Includes list of the historical cemeteries in the town giving the names of the American war veterans buried there; and a historical sketch of the town with a map showing the locations of the cemeteries.
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==== Allin Burial Ground  ====
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Allin Yard, Rhode Island Historical Cemetery Barrington #6, Bay Spring Avenue at Adams Avenue
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*[http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&CRid=1994605 FindaGrave]
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==== Bicknell Burial Ground  ====
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(Defunct), Rhode Island Historical Cemetery Barrington #9, County Road
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*[http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&CRid=1994610 FindaGrave]
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==== Captain David Read Lot  ====
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Rhode Island Historical Cemetery Barrington #8, Rumstick Road
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*[http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&CRid=1994608 FindaGrave]
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==== Forest Chapel  ====
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Rhode Island Historical Cemetery Barrington #2, Governor Bradford Road
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*[http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&CRid=430170 FindaGrave]
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==== Knockum Hill  ====
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Burial Hill, Rhode Island Historical Cemetery Barrington #7, New Meadow Road
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*[http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&CRid=1994606 FindaGrave]
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==== Matthew Watson  ====
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Rhode Island Historical Cemetery Barrington #4, Middle Highway
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*[http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&CRid=1994602 FindaGrave]
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==== Peck Family  ====
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(Defunct), Rhode Island Historical Cemetery Barrington #12
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*[http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&CRid=1994613 FindaGrave]
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==== Princes Hill Burial Ground  ====
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Rhode Island Historical Cemetery Barrington #3, County Road
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*[http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&CRid=1296407 FindaGrave]
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==== Santa Maria del Campo  ====
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Rhode Island Historical Cemetery Barrington #5, Barrington Avenue at Upland Way
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*[http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&CRid=1994604 FindaGrave]
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==== Smith Family  ====
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(Defunct), Rhode Island Historical Cemetery Barrington #11
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*[http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&CRid=1994611 FindaGrave]
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==== Tyler Point  ====
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Rhode Island Historical Cemetery Barrington #1, Tyler Point Road
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*[http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&CRid=1544488 FindaGrave]
  
 
=== Census  ===
 
=== Census  ===
  
*Federal Census: 1790 . 1800 . 1810 . 1820 . 1830 . 1840 . 1850 . 1860 . 1870 . 1880 . 1900 . 1910 . 1920 . 1930  
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*Federal Census: 1790{{·}}1800{{·}}1810{{·}}1820{{·}}1830{{·}}1840{{·}}1850{{·}}1860{{·}}1870{{·}}1880{{·}}1900{{·}}1910{{·}}1920{{·}}1930  
**[http://files.usgwarchives.net/ri/bristol/census/1790/barringt.txt 1790] - The USGenWeb Archives Project
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**[http://files.usgwarchives.net/ri/bristol/census/1790/barringt.txt 1790] - The USGenWeb Archives Project  
===Centennial Celebrations, etc===
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**[http://genealogytrails.com/ri/bristol/censusbristolcounty_ri.html 1790 Genealogy Trails]
*An historical address and poem : delivered at the centennial celebration of incorporation of the town of Barrington, June 17, 1870: with an historical appendix {{FHL|698436|item}}
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=== Centennial Celebrations, etc ===
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*''Thomas W. Bicknell'', An historical address and poem: delivered at the centennial celebration of incorporation of the town of Barrington, June 17, 1870: with an historical appendix (Providence: Printed by Providence Press Co., 18700 {{FHL|698436|item|disp=FHL 6071790 (3 fiche)}}
  
 
=== Databases  ===
 
=== Databases  ===
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=== Directories  ===
 
=== Directories  ===
  
*Warren and Barrington Directory, 1897: comprising a complete general and business directory of the towns of Warren and Barrington, also, a record of the town governments, institutions, societies, etc. {{FHL|349814||item}}
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*''Sampson, Murdock &amp; Company (Boston, Massachusetts)'', Warren and Barrington Directory, 1897: comprising a complete general and business directory of the towns of Warren and Barrington, also, a record of the town governments, institutions, societies, etc. (Providence: Sampson and Murdock, c1897) {{FHL|349814|item|disp=FHL film 1000918}}  
*Bristol, Warren and Barrington (Rhode Island) city directories {{FHL|1123631|item}}
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*Bristol, Warren and Barrington (Rhode Island) city directories {{FHL|1123631|item|disp=FHL film 2309945}}
  
 
=== History  ===
 
=== History  ===
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[[Image:Gotoarrow-kelly.png]] [[Barrington, Rhode Island#Biography|Biography]]<br> [[Image:Gotoarrow-kelly.png]] [[Barrington, Rhode Island#Centennial_Celebrations.2C_etc|Centennial Celebrations, etc]]  
 
[[Image:Gotoarrow-kelly.png]] [[Barrington, Rhode Island#Biography|Biography]]<br> [[Image:Gotoarrow-kelly.png]] [[Barrington, Rhode Island#Centennial_Celebrations.2C_etc|Centennial Celebrations, etc]]  
  
*The history of Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts {{FHL|268903|item}} <br>comprising a history of the present towns of [[Rehoboth, Massachusetts|Rehoboth]], [[Seekonk, Massachusetts|Seekonk]], and [[Pawtucket, Rhode Island|Pawtucket]], from their settlement to the present time, together with sketches of [[Attleborough, Massachusetts|Attleborough]], [[Cumberland, Rhode Island|Cumberland]], and a part of [[Swansea, Massachusetts|Swansea]] and Barrington, to the time that they were severally separated from the original town.
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*''Leonard Bliss'', The history of Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts (Boston, Massachusetts: Otis, Broaders, 1836) {{FHL|268903|item|disp=FHL film 1698100 Item 8, Book 974.485/R1 H2bL}} <br>comprising a history of the present towns of [[Rehoboth, Massachusetts|Rehoboth]], [[Seekonk, Massachusetts|Seekonk]], and [[Pawtucket, Rhode Island|Pawtucket]], from their settlement to the present time, together with sketches of [[Attleborough, Massachusetts|Attleborough]], [[Cumberland, Rhode Island|Cumberland]], and a part of [[Swansea, Massachusetts|Swansea]] and Barrington, to the time that they were severally separated from the original town.
  
 
=== Land and Property  ===
 
=== Land and Property  ===
*Proprietors records in ancient Swansea 1652-1717 : proprietors records in Barrington 1717-1797 {{FHL|116061|item}}
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*Barrington, Rhode Island land evidence records 1770-1936 {{FHL|104653|item}}<br>Grantors and Grantees Index 1770-1936<br>Grantors and grantees records 1770-1882<br>
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Land records begins in 1770, continuing to present.
*Barrington (R.I.) deed records, 1882-1902 {{FHL|1113074|item}}
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*Proprietors records in ancient Swansea 1652-1717: proprietors records in Barrington 1717-1797 ''{{FHL|116061|item|disp=FHL film 945999}}''
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*Barrington, Rhode Island land evidence records 1770-1936 ''{{FHL|104653|item|disp=FHL films}}''<br>Grantors and Grantees Index 1770-1936<br>Grantors and grantees records 1770-1882  
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*Barrington (R.I.) deed records, 1882-1902 ''{{FHL|1113074|item|disp=FHL films 2321354-2321355}}''
  
 
=== Military History and Records  ===
 
=== Military History and Records  ===
  
*Barrington soldiers in the War of the Revolution, the Dorr War and in the War of the Rebellion, 1775-1861 {{FHL|144874|item}} ▲ [http://contentdm.lib.byu.edu/u?/FH19,158821 BYU Family History Archive]
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*Barrington soldiers in the War of the Revolution, the Dorr War and in the War of the Rebellion, 1775-1861 {{FSbook|89733}}; {{FHL|144874|item|disp=FHL Film 795993 Item 3, Book 974.55/B2 M2b}}.
  
 
=== Newspapers  ===
 
=== Newspapers  ===
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=== Probate Records  ===
 
=== Probate Records  ===
  
*The probate records are kept at the town level rather than at the county level.  
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The probate records are kept at the town level rather than at the county level. Various types of records can be buried deep in probate records. In early years, the town council acted as the probate court.  
*The records usually are: wills, guardianships, inventories, estate settlements, inventories, sales, land divisions and payments to heirs and/or creditors.
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*Barrington, R.I., town records (incl probate), 1718-1886 {{FHL|102253|item|disp=FHL films 947773-947774}}
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*Barrington (R.I.) town council records: vols. 1-4, 1770-1891 {{FHL|106331|item|disp=FHL films 947771-947772}}
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*Barrington (R.I.) probate records, 1851-1929 {{FHL|1112986|item|disp=FHL films 2321351-2321354}} <br>Dockets 1895-1923<br>Probate records 1851-1873<br>Bonds 1874-1922<br>Journals 1898-1920<br>Wills 1898-1918<br>Letters of Administration 1898-1925<br>Inventory 1898-1929<br>Warrants 1898-1935<br>Administrator Accounts 1897-1925
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*Barrington (R.I.) probate indexes, 1770-2002 {{FHL|1110268|item|disp=FHL films 2321135-2321136}}
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=== Repositories  ===
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==== Societies  ====
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*[http://www.barrpreservation.org/ Barrington Preservation Society<br>]281 Country Road<br>PO Box 178<br>Barrington, RI 02806
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=== Schools  ===
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*[http://www3.old-yearbooks.com/rhode-island/3897/barrington-ri-st-andrews-school-class-1953 St. Andrews School 1953 Yearbook] ''Old-Yearbooks.com''
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*[http://search.ancestry.com/Browse/list.aspx?dbid=8943&cj=1&path=Rhode+Island.Barrington&o_xid=0001546952&o_lid=0001546952 School Yearbooks] ''Ancestry ([[Access Codes|$]])''
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*[http://search.ancestry.com/Browse/list.aspx?dbid=1265&cj=1&path=Rhode+Island.Barrington&o_xid=0001546952&o_lid=0001546952 U.S. School Yearbook Index] ''Ancestry ([[Access Codes|$]])''
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=== Town Records  ===
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*Barrington, R.I., town records (incl probate), 1718-1886 ''{{FHL|102253|item|disp=FHL films 947773-947774}}''
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*Barrington (R.I.) town council records: vols. 1-4, 1770-1891 ''{{FHL|106331|item|disp=FHL films 947771-947772}}''
  
 
=== Vital Records  ===
 
=== Vital Records  ===
  
== Societies, Libraries and Museums ==
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*Swansea town records 1674-1798; Barrington Rhode Island town records 1741-1846 {{FHL|104743|item|disp=FHL film 22366 Item 3}}
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*Barrington, R.I., town records (incl probate), 1718-1886 {{FHL|102253|item|disp=FHL 947773-947774}} <br>Includes minutes of meetings, lists of voters, finance records and a few births, deaths, intentions of marriage and probate records.
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*Barrington, Bristol, Rhode Island, computer printout; births or christenings, 1851-1876 {{FHL|285223|item|disp=FHL film 1205472 Item 6}}
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*Barrington, Bristol, Rhode Island computer printout; marriages, 1636-1885 {{FHL|286136|item|disp=FHL film 1205473 Item 7}}
  
== Websites ==
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== References ==
  
*[http://www.familysearch.org/eng/library/fhlcatalog/supermainframeset.asp?display=localitydetails&subject=184439 FamilySearch.org] Family History Library Catalog for Town of Barrington
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== References ==
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{{RIBri towns}} <br>
  
{{reflist}} {{Bristol County, Rhode Island}} {{Rhode Island-stub}}  
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{{Rhode Island-stub}} <br>
  
[[Category:Bristol_County,_Rhode_Island]]
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[[Category:Bristol_County,_Rhode_Island]] [[Category:Towns_in_Rhode_Island]]

Latest revision as of 01:09, 18 October 2012

United States Gotoarrow.png Rhode Island Gotoarrow.png Bristol County Gotoarrow.png Barrington

Bristol, Rhode Island
Map
Map of Bristol County highlighting Bristol
Location in Bristol County
Map of Rhode Island highlighting Bristol County
Bristol County's location in the state of Rhode Island
Coordinates: 41°41′03″N 71°16′07″E / 41.684167°N 71.268611°E / 41.684167; 71.268611
Facts
Founded 1680
Seat Bristol
Ri-barrington-townhall.jpg
Address Town Hall
283 County Road
Barrington, RI 02806-2406
Website: www.ci.barrington.ri.us/index.php

Contents

Historical Facts

Wikipedia
Wikipedia has more about this subject: Barrington, Rhode Island
  • Barrington was originally part of Swansea, Massachusetts from its incorporation in 1667, then part of the Plymouth Colony until its merger with the Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1691. (In October 1717 Barrington was set off from Swansea and incorporated under its' present name as a town in Bristol County, Massachusetts. In 1747 Barrington was given to Rhode Island.)
  • The Baptist residents petititoned for separation from Swansea in 1711.
  • 1747, Barrington was ceded to Rhode Island but made part of Town of Warren, Rhode Island.
  • 1770, its independence was restored by the act of the Rhode Island legislature.
  • In late 19th and early 20th century Barrington was home of the Barrington Brick works, which made bricks that were used worldwide. Many of laborers were from Italy and worked in the brickyard. Their descendants still make up a sizeable portion of the town population.

Resources

Modern town borders of Barrington in Bristol County, Rhode Island.

Biographies

Cemeteries

  • Rhode Island Graves Registration Committee, Rhode Island town of Barrington historical cemeteries FHL film 947774 Item 4
    Includes list of the historical cemeteries in the town giving the names of the American war veterans buried there; and a historical sketch of the town with a map showing the locations of the cemeteries.

Allin Burial Ground

Allin Yard, Rhode Island Historical Cemetery Barrington #6, Bay Spring Avenue at Adams Avenue

Bicknell Burial Ground

(Defunct), Rhode Island Historical Cemetery Barrington #9, County Road

Captain David Read Lot

Rhode Island Historical Cemetery Barrington #8, Rumstick Road

Forest Chapel

Rhode Island Historical Cemetery Barrington #2, Governor Bradford Road

Knockum Hill

Burial Hill, Rhode Island Historical Cemetery Barrington #7, New Meadow Road

Matthew Watson

Rhode Island Historical Cemetery Barrington #4, Middle Highway

Peck Family

(Defunct), Rhode Island Historical Cemetery Barrington #12

Princes Hill Burial Ground

Rhode Island Historical Cemetery Barrington #3, County Road

Santa Maria del Campo

Rhode Island Historical Cemetery Barrington #5, Barrington Avenue at Upland Way

Smith Family

(Defunct), Rhode Island Historical Cemetery Barrington #11

Tyler Point

Rhode Island Historical Cemetery Barrington #1, Tyler Point Road

Census

  • Federal Census: 1790 · 1800 · 1810 · 1820 · 1830 · 1840 · 1850 · 1860 · 1870 · 1880 · 1900 · 1910 · 1920 · 1930

Centennial Celebrations, etc

  • Thomas W. Bicknell, An historical address and poem: delivered at the centennial celebration of incorporation of the town of Barrington, June 17, 1870: with an historical appendix (Providence: Printed by Providence Press Co., 18700 FHL 6071790 (3 fiche)

Databases

  • Some databases are accessible at the Barrington Public Library
    • Britannica Online
    • Rhode Island's State Reference Resource (including Heritagequestonline, World Book Online, etc.)

Directories

  • Sampson, Murdock & Company (Boston, Massachusetts), Warren and Barrington Directory, 1897: comprising a complete general and business directory of the towns of Warren and Barrington, also, a record of the town governments, institutions, societies, etc. (Providence: Sampson and Murdock, c1897) FHL film 1000918
  • Bristol, Warren and Barrington (Rhode Island) city directories FHL film 2309945

History

Gotoarrow-kelly.png Biography
Gotoarrow-kelly.png Centennial Celebrations, etc

Land and Property

Land records begins in 1770, continuing to present.

  • Proprietors records in ancient Swansea 1652-1717: proprietors records in Barrington 1717-1797 FHL film 945999
  • Barrington, Rhode Island land evidence records 1770-1936 FHL films
    Grantors and Grantees Index 1770-1936
    Grantors and grantees records 1770-1882
  • Barrington (R.I.) deed records, 1882-1902 FHL films 2321354-2321355

Military History and Records

Newspapers

  • The Warren Gazette and Barrington Call (1907)
  • Warren and Barrington Gazette (1907)
  • The Bristol County Item (1906)
  • Barrington Times (1958)
    • Barrington Public Library
  • The Barrington Herald (1860)
  • The Gleaner (1871)
    • University of California, Santa Barbara

Probate Records

The probate records are kept at the town level rather than at the county level. Various types of records can be buried deep in probate records. In early years, the town council acted as the probate court.

  • Barrington, R.I., town records (incl probate), 1718-1886 FHL films 947773-947774
  • Barrington (R.I.) town council records: vols. 1-4, 1770-1891 FHL films 947771-947772
  • Barrington (R.I.) probate records, 1851-1929 FHL films 2321351-2321354
    Dockets 1895-1923
    Probate records 1851-1873
    Bonds 1874-1922
    Journals 1898-1920
    Wills 1898-1918
    Letters of Administration 1898-1925
    Inventory 1898-1929
    Warrants 1898-1935
    Administrator Accounts 1897-1925
  • Barrington (R.I.) probate indexes, 1770-2002 FHL films 2321135-2321136

Repositories

Societies

Schools

Town Records

Vital Records

  • Swansea town records 1674-1798; Barrington Rhode Island town records 1741-1846 FHL film 22366 Item 3
  • Barrington, R.I., town records (incl probate), 1718-1886 FHL 947773-947774
    Includes minutes of meetings, lists of voters, finance records and a few births, deaths, intentions of marriage and probate records.
  • Barrington, Bristol, Rhode Island, computer printout; births or christenings, 1851-1876 FHL film 1205472 Item 6
  • Barrington, Bristol, Rhode Island computer printout; marriages, 1636-1885 FHL film 1205473 Item 7

References




 

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