© Photographed September 3, 2014
Kenosha, Kenosha County, Wisconsin
42° 34.404′ N, 87° 49.126′ W
Pvt. New Hampshire Rangers
Revolutionary War Veteran Abner Barlow is buried at Green Ridge Cemetery, 6604 7th Avenue, Kenosha, Wisconsin 53143.
See also, Marker 507: Revolutionary War Veterans (Abner Barlow / Jonathan Elkins / John Coleman), also at this location.
Born April 1757 in Stratford, CT, Abner Barlow moved to NH in 1772. At 20, Barlow enlisted as private in the NH Rangers, serving in Maj. Whitcomb’s Independent Corps at the Battle of Bennington and the surrender of Burgoyne, Saratoga, NY. In 1781, Barlow was captured near Lake Champlain and confined until 1783, after which he lived in NY, then PA. In 1836, Barlow moved with his family to Pleasant Prairie, Racine County, died that year at 79 and is buried here.
Green Ridge Cemetery
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Wisconsin State Historical Society "official" marker
honors Abner Barlow and two other Revolutionary War Veterans
buried at Green Ridge Cemetery.
Abner Barlow is buried in Green Ridge Cemetery in Kenosha, Wisconsin.