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Rose Walburton and William Bartlow of Overton
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Marriage: Rose Warburton & William Bartlow 
Township:Overton Townhip, Bradford County PA 
Year: Married 1889
Submitted by Elaine Frey
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Rose A. Warburton and William V. Bartlow  were united in marriage on June 2, 1889.  Rose was from Forks Township, Sullivan County, Pennsylvania and was the daughter of Joseph B. and Mary A. Hottenstein Warburton.  William was from Wayne County and the son of Phillip and Mary
Hall Bartlow.  They were the parents of two daughters and two sons.  Their sons Gerald and Merrit, and Merrit's daughter Carol died in 1922-1923 with TB.  Their daughters Lizzie and Mary Anna both married.  Lizzie married Henry Millhiem and Mary Anna married John Lewis Brown of Shunk.

William and Rose spent most of their married life living in Overton Township, Bradford County, Pennsylvania in a home just up the road from the
McGovern Cemetery.  The home still stands today, but is a hunting cabin.

William died in 1938 and Rose lived until 1952 when she died at the home of her granddaughter Marion Brown Frey in Shunk.

William and Rose are both buried in the Warburton Hill Cemetery in Forks Township, Sullivan County, Pennsylvania.

This picture was submitted by Elaine Frey who is a great-granddaughter of William and Rose Warburton Bartlow.

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