Thomas Barrow, Gent.

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Thomas Barrow, Gent., son of Isaac Barrow and Rebecca Young, was born about 1600.1 He died before 24 August 1687,1 when he was buried at Bexley, Kent, England.1,2

Thomas married (1) Ann Buggin, whose ancestry is unknown (or not traced here), after 1626;3 he married (2) Catherine Oxenden, daughter of Richard Oxenden and Katherine Sprakeling, in 1636.4

In an undated petition, but about 1670, Thomas Barrow, Gent. applied to the King "for leave to surrender his place of linendraper to his Majesty to Henry Croke."5

Family 1

Ann Buggin d. abt. 1634

Family 2

Catherine Oxenden b. 28 Jan 1610
This person was last edited on27 Mar 2023


  1. [S2629] Francis W. Cheesman, Origins of Barbadian Families: Barrow (Victoria, B.C., Canada: Trafford Publishing, 2007), 6, further cited as Cheesman, Barrow Origins.
  2. [S2425] "Bexley, Kent, England, Church of England Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials, 1558-1812," database and images, (, Lehi, Utah : accessed Mar 2023), Bexley, St Mary the Virgin 1565-1707; styles him as "Thomas Barrow Gen: Father of the Learned Dr. Isaac Barrow sometime Master of Trinity Colledge[sic] in Cambridge"; citing Bexley Local Studies and Archive Centre; Bexleyheath, London, England; Bexley Parish Registers; Reference Number: PA 23/1/A/1.
  3. [S2629] Cheesman, Barrow Origins, 8.
  4. [S2630] Keith W. Murray, "Extracts From a Seventeenth Century Notebook," The Genealogist New Series, Vols 8, 31-34, 36-38 (1892 - 1922): 8:41; 31:131, further cited as Murray, "A Seventeenth Century Notebook."
  5. [S2633] Calendar of State Papers (Domestic Series) of the Reign of Charles II, 1660 to 1685 (28 volumes, subtitle and author vary, London, England: Stationary Office, 1860-1947), 1670:612, further cited as State Papers (Domestic) of Charles II.