Barlow, Thomas (60010)

Full Name: Rev Thomas Barlow

Born: 1785

Died: 1858

Denomination: Congregational



BARLOW, Thomas (Rev.)  (c1785-1858)  ( Congregational )
Born c1785 in Yorkshire, England. Captain in the 1st Dragoon Guards. He married on 12 August 1833 at St. John's, Manchester, Lancashire, England to Sarah Dorrington (possibly the daughter of Bartholomew Dorrington and his wife Nancy/Ann) of Manchester.

Arrived at Melbourne on 11 September 1849 per "Courier" from Liverpool and Plymouth, Devon, England with his wife. Was involved in the court case "Marsden and Frencham v. the Rev. Thomas Barlow" on 25 April 1851 in Melbourne. Garryowen, in Chronicles of Early Melbourne describes him as a Congregational minister from Collingwood. References to the case appear in the "Argus" of 26 April 1851 (p.2,c.4) and 28 April 1851 (p.2,c.7).

He resided and ran a school at Nicholson Street, Collingwood. Died about 10 May 1858 at Collingwood, Victoria and was buried on 13 May 1858 at the Melbourne General Cemetery, Carlton, Vic.
[marriage record; Garryowen Chronicles of Early Melbourne]