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  • Andrew Barron (1636 - c.1704)
  • Ann Barron (bef.1616 - 1685)
    Ann Hammond Born: 1616, Lavenham, Suffolk, England Christened: 14 Jul 1616, Lavenham, Suffolk, England Parents: William Hammond, Elizabeth Payne Marriage (1): Timothy Hawkins Marriage (2): ...
  • Annie Lenna Lowe (1886 - 1961)
    Birth: Aug. 28, 1886 Death: Jan. 17, 1961 Family links: Parents: William Michael Barron (1852 - 1934) Louisiana Veasey Barron (1851 - 1924) Spouse: Morris Allen Lowe (1879 - 1946) Children...
  • Anthony D Barron (1844 - 1844)
    Reference: Find A Grave Memorial - SmartCopy : Mar 31 2018, 23:50:14 UTC
  • Bessie Barron (1889 - 1961)
    Birth: Mar. 14, 1889 Death: Jan. 13, 1961 Family links: Parents: William Judson Veazey (1858 - 1901) Lillian Idella Malone Veazey (1867 - 1951) Spouse: Malcolm L. Barron (1880 - 1961) Chil...

About the Barron surname

Barron was the name of my late husband, born 1927 in ville platte LA. he had a granfather born there who never learned to speak english, he spoke French.

once i found a web sight that said Barron was a viking name, they invaded France and later that part became Normandy.

Barron is also the name of the Fitzgeralds of Ireland. Barron was of the FAMILY OF PALATINE BARONS, of Burnchurch in the County of Waterford, Ireland. Maurice Fitzgerald, the first KNIGHT OF KERRY, known as the "Black Knight" was the common ancestor of the Fitzgeralds of Alloone in County Kildare, now extinct, and those of Cloyne, Imokelly and Gurteens. The last branch of the Fitzgeralds were the "BARRONS OF BURNCHURCH". They retained a station of rank and influence in Kilkenny. The Irish Barrons are descendants of the Barrons of Burnchurch. The patronymic name of the Barons of this church was Fitzgerald. This branch changed its name to Baron because their Fitzgerald family was being exterminated. The surname Fitzgerald is one of the two great surnames resulting from the Anglo-Norman conquest, when the name came to Ireland in 1170. The name originated in Wales