Barlow, Ann a minister of the Society of Friends, was born in 1787 at Darlington, England. She was the daughter of pious parents, who gave her a guarded Christian education. At the age of eleven years she was converted, and became a member of the Wesleyan Methodist Society. In 1842 she embraced the doctrines and principles as held by the Friends, and continued to be a useful minister of their society until the infirmities of age prevented her activity. She died March 10, 1867. See Annual Monitor, 1868, p. 9.