genealogy of Patty Rose

 

 


Genealogy of Patty Rose


Name Capt. Nathan BARTLETT
Birth 23 Dec 1691, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts18,20,33,36,64
Death 1775, Kittery, York, Maine33,64
Father John BARTLETT (1655-1736)
Mother Mary RUST (1664-<1710)
Marriage 10 Mar 1714, Kittery, York, Maine18,22,33,64
Spouse Shuah HEARD
Birth 25 Jan 1694, Kittery, York, Maine22,33,64
Father Capt. John HEARD (1665-1751)
Mother Phebe LITTLEFIELD (1670-1697)
Children:
1 F Mary BARTLETT
Birth 1 Mar 1717/18, Kittery, York, Maine18,33,64
Spouse Thomas DENNETT
Marriage bef 1737
2 F Phebe BARTLETT
Birth 8 May 1721, Kittery, York, Maine18,33,64
Spouse John DENNETT
Marriage Feb 173918,33
Notes for Capt. Nathan BARTLETT
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Capt. Nathan Bartlet, b. in Newbury, 23d December, 1691; d. 1775; moved to that part of Kittery, now Eliot, in 1713. Captain Bartlet was a ganner and did a propserous business. He purchased in 1725 60 acres of land at Sturgeon Creek of John Wittum for 250. The following year he bought 20 acres of land of Peter Wittum, faying therefor 100. an old deed from John Heard to his son-in-law, Capt. Nathan Bartlet, in 1725, gives him a tract of land at Third Hill with one-half part of Stoney Brook and one-third part of a saw-mill built by James Emery and Maj. Charles Frost adding this note "that it is to be understood that the above given and granted premises are not to be reckoned as any part of my daughter Shauh's portion." This land and other land which he purchased became the homestead place of his descendants. Captain Bartlet built (about 1718) a brick house near John Heard's home, the present site of the Bartlett homestead, making the bricks on his land bordering on Sturgeon Creek. This brick house was partially destroyed by an earthquake about 1737, and Captain Bartlet built about 1740 the oak timbered two and a half story Colonial house, now standing, in which five generations of the Bartlett family have been born and reared. He m. 10th March, 1714, Shuah Heard, b. 15th January, 1694, dau. of Capt. John and Phebe (Littlefield) Heard. [ref 18:6-84]
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Nathan, 23 Dec. 1691. [ref 20]
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Nathan Bartlett was born 23 Dec. 1691 and removed from Newbury to Kittery in 1713. He also was a tanner. He married, 10 March 1714-5, Shuah, dau. of Capt. John and Phebe (Littlefield) Heard. He died in 1775. Children 1716-23: Shuah, Mary, Nathan, Phebe, Abigail. [ref 33:284]
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NATHAN,4 b. Dec. 23, 1691[C NE]; liv. 1733 [ref 36:58]
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NATHAN4 BARTLETT (John3, Richard2, Richard1) was born at Newbury Dec. 23, 1691; moved to that part of Kittery (Maine) now Eliot, about 1713, establishing a home where four generations of his descendants have lived; and died in 1775. He was Captain Nathan Bartlett, was a tanner, and did a prosperous business. In 1737 he was a selectman of Kittery; and was on the Alarm List at Kittery in 1758. He married March 10, 1714, Shuah, daughter of Captain John and Phoebe Heard, born Jan. 15, 1694. [ref 64:63]
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Notes for Shuah HEARD
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Shauh, b. 25 Jan 1694, m. 10 Mar. 1714 Nathan Bartlett from Newbury, 12 ch rec. Kit. [ref 22]
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SHUAH b. 25 Jan. 1694; m. Nathan Bartlett 10 March 1714. [ref 33:511]
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SHUAH4 HEARD (Captain John3, James2, John1) was born Jan. 25, 1694, and married March 10, 1714, Captain Nathan Bartlett. [ref 64:66]
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