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=== A Surname  ===
 
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*[[Barbour County, Alabama|Barbour County, Alabama]]  
 
*[[Barbour County, Alabama|Barbour County, Alabama]]  
 
*'''Barbour County, Kansas''', an early spelling for [[Barber County, Kansas|Barber County, Kansas]]  
 
*'''Barbour County, Kansas''', an early spelling for [[Barber County, Kansas|Barber County, Kansas]]  
*'''Babour County, Virginia''' in 1863 became [[Barbour County, West Virginia|Barbour County, West Virginia]]  
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*'''Barbour County, Virginia''' in 1863 became [[Barbour County, West Virginia|Barbour County, West Virginia]]  
 
*[[Barbour County, West Virginia|Barbour County, West Virginia]] which before 1863 was Barbour County, Virginia
 
*[[Barbour County, West Virginia|Barbour County, West Virginia]] which before 1863 was Barbour County, Virginia
  
 
=== A Genealogical Collection  ===
 
=== A Genealogical Collection  ===
  
*[[Barbour Collection|Barbour Collection]], a set genealogical notes abstracting primarily Connecticut town and church records from the earliest time up to to 1850s prepared by Lucius Barbour.
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*[[Barbour Collection|Barbour Collection]], a set genealogical notes made by Lucius B. Barbour abstracting primarily Connecticut town and church records from the earliest time up to the 1850s.
  
 
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Revision as of 01:06, 6 November 2009

 

Barbour may refer to:

A Surname

  • Barbour, a family surname of Scottish origin; occasionally a given name

A Place

A United States County

A Genealogical Collection

  • Barbour Collection, a set genealogical notes made by Lucius B. Barbour abstracting primarily Connecticut town and church records from the earliest time up to the 1850s.