- H. Deacon John Barkerest 1644 - 1721/22
- W. Martha
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||Deacon John Barker
||Lieutenant John Barker
||Andover, Essex, Massachusetts, United StatesProbably
||6 Jul 1670
||Andover, Essex, Massachusetts, United Statesto Mary Stevens
||3 Jan 1721/22
||Andover, Essex, Massachusetts, United StatesSmallpox.
||Mount Vernon Cemetery, Boxford, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 Richard Barker of Andover, Mass., in Barker, Elizabeth Frye. Barker Genealogy: Robert of Plymouth Colony, 1628; John of Duxbury, Mass., 1628; James of Rhode Island, 1634; James of Rowley, Mass., 1638; Edward of Branford, Conn., 1640; Richard of Andover, Mass., 1643; Samuel of Delaware, 1682; Virginia Barkers, 1700. (New York: Frye Publishing Co., 1927), 266.
"2 Deacon John was a Lieut. and great indian fighter, a husbandman and one of the first deacons of the North Church. He d. of small pox. He married 7-6-1670 Mary Stevens, b. 1652; d. 5-1-1703; married (2) 1717 Mrs Martha Smith."
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 John Barker, in Savage, James. A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England: Showing Three Generations of Those Who Came Before May, 1692, on the Basis of Farmer's Register. (Boston: Little, Brown, and Co, 1860-1862), 1:116.
"John (Barker), Andover, s. of Richard, perhaps eldest, m. 6 July 1670, Mary Stevens, had Ephraim, wh. d. 21 Feb. 1695; was a lieut. and d. 1722."
- ↑ Andover, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. Vital Records of Andover, Massachusetts, to the End of the Year 1849. (Topsfield, Massachusetts: Topsfield Historical Society, 1912), 2:385.
"Barker, John, Dea., [died] small pox, Jan. 3, 1721-2."
- ↑ Capt John Barker, in Find A Grave.
- ↑ Abbott, Charlotte Helen. Early Records of the Barker Family of Andover.
John (2), b. about 1643; (a deposition of 1661 gave his age as 17;) he m. Mary Stevens, July 6, 1670; she was daughter of John and Elizabeth Stevens, b. 1649; he was a Sergt. 1702; Capt., 1708. His 1st wife died May 1, 1703 and he m. 2nd., widow Martha Smith of Boxford, published June 1717. He was a deacon in No. Parish Church; d. of small pox, Jan. 3, 1722.