(NOTE- Numbers in parentheses will correspond to the generational I.D. number within the Lineage Charts)
NOTE #1- Daniel Barricklo lived in Middlesex Co.,NJ., but not at his father's New Brunswick home at the time of Conrad's death in 1754. Daniel had purchased a home somewhere down the road, probably two or three miles to the southwest, but still within the same county. Both Daniel's probate record and that of his 2nd wife, Mary, suggest they were still living in Middlesex Co.,NJ. at the time of their deaths. The location of the Six-Mile Run DR Church where some of their children were baptised, as well as other Barricklow lines, has been identified as being just inside Somerset County, in what is now Franklin Park. This bit of trivia should only affect christening locales, not place-of-birth locales. It's easy to assume, because the only record used is the approximating birthdate of Barricklows baptised at Six-Mile Run DR Church, that those children were born in Franklin Twp.,Somerset Co.,NJ. Descendants researching these lines need to be aware of that potential problem.
Also of concern should be marriage locales. Unless there are missing church records, a marriage in a church was more likely to be registered in those days(and still extant) than a marriage in someone's home, or even a civil ceremony at times(court house records tend to get burned, lost or destroyed by flood more often than church records.) If the church marriage record can't be found, the ceremony probably didn't take place there. In the case of Six-Mile Run DR Church marriages, this would mean that unregistered marriages probably took place at someone's home. In that case, you might be better off listing the marriage as having taken place in the county of residence of the participants, perhaps statistically more often at the home of the bride.
NOTE #2- In his will, Daniel Barricklo bequeathed to his wife, Mary, "the farm known as the old homestead, also the dwelling I now occupy." That "homestead farm" was to thereafter go to his youngest son, Stoffel. I can't confirm that the "old homestead farm" was his father's farm, or one he purchased on his own in the early 1740's. If it's the latter, it must still have been in Middlesex County, as the probate "residency" suggests. If Stoffel acquired that property after his mother's death in 1805, he didn't wait long to dispose of it. By 1806, he was no longer baptising his children at Six-Mile Run, but at Millstone,Somerset County. By 1810, he was living in Baskingridge,Somerset Co.,NJ. The official transfer of that "homestead" property may have been the 1811 record whereby "Christopher Barcklow,ux." sold to "Farrington Barcklow" property in North Brunswick Twp.(Vol.8,p.794,Middlesex Co. Grantee Index). If that was the "homestead farm" owned by Daniel Barricklo(1720-1801), then his children were all likely born there in North Brunswick Twp.
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