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Subject: Josiah Bartlett
Date: Mon, 30 Nov 1998 14:39:16 EST
I want to Thank Karen for providing this information.. Please take your time
and read it .. You might find it quite interesting.. Ruth
Subj: Josiah Bartlett
Date:11/30/98 10:09:58 AM Eastern Standard Time
From: (Knox, Karen)
To: ('Charles Roughton')
Hi! I realize this is probably more than you need, but I thought it
might be interesting none the less. The information comes from the
History of Norway, by Charles F. Whitman. It was originally printed in
1924. I purchased a limited edition reprint for my mother, the
genealogist of the family. We are looking for a Stephen Bartlett who
married a Mary Knight on Dec 26, 1807. They had a son Stephen, b. 1819
Karen Bartlett Knox
HISTORY OF NORWAY - Page 349-351
CAPT. JOSIAH BARTLETT, born Plymouth, Mass. in 1753, served a short
period in the army during the Revolution. He obtained his title of
Captain as master of a sailing vessel. He may have been in the privateer
service; at one time he entertained the project of enlisting a crew to
hunt for sunken treasure in the West Indies. Capt. Bartlett was 5th in
descent from Robert Bartlett who came in the Ann M 1623 and m Mary, dau.
of Richard Warren, a Mayflower Pilgrim. Their son Joseph b. 1639 m.
Hannah Farewell. Their son Robert b. 1663 m, Sarah Bartlett, his cousin,
and had a son b. 1713, Robert, who m. 1733 Rebecca Wood. Their 7th child
was Capt. Josiah who m. Martha Holmes. They were among the first
settlers on the Lee's Grant about 1795. He was by far the ablest and
best informed man in that section in his day. He d. before 1820 and was
probably buried in the Pike's. Hill Cem. 9 ch. Tilden, m. Elizabeth
Buck, dau. of John of Buckfield, set. in Bethel and had 11 children.
Josiah Jr., m. Hannah Tubbs, dau. of Jacob, sen., and lived in N. Paris
and Albany. In latter town when U. S. census was taken in 1850. Malachi
m. Joan Cobb, dau. of Isaac, the Rev. Sol. living in the neighborhood.
He sold out about 1820 and moved to Abbott. Sylvanus m. Mary Noyes, dau.
of Bela, the Rev. Sol. in Hamlins' Grant (Woodstock), Lemuel m. Hannah,
dau. of Joshua Crockett, and moved elsewhere. Martha m. John Cummings of
Albany and Abigail m. Daniel Cummings of Paris. None of Capt. Bartlett's
descendants so far as known are now (1922) living in Norway.
WILLIAN BARTLETT, son of Lemuel and Mary (Doughty-Doty) Bartlett and
grandson of Robert who m. Sarah Bartlett, was b. in 1744. He m. 1777
Mary Holmes and settled in N. near the foot of the Great Pond. He was a
Sol. in the Rev. He d. Dec. 4, 1814, is aged 70 yrs." His wife d. May 8,
1822, "aged 63 yrs." They are buried in the Norway Center Cem. They had
9 children; Esther, the oldest, b. 1780, has come down to us as laboring
through a long unm. life of over 78 years as a seamstress. She is buried
beside her parents. Stephen went to sea, was wrecked and died from his
injuries and exposure. Emily, b. 1785, m. John Perry. Allan m. Abigail
Haskell, Flavel m. Hannah Norton, Jane b. 1800, m. Nathaniel Stevens Jr.
ALLAN BARTLETT, son of William, the Rev. Sol. b. 1789, m. 1811 Abigail
Haskell of Portland. They settled elsewhere. Of their nine children
were, Washington Allan, a Lieut. Com'r in the U. S. Navy, who m. a New
York lady, and Caroline S., who m. Lyman Daniels, son of Jere Hobbs, Jr.
They settled in Boston.
REY. FLAVEL BARTLETT, bro. of Allan, b. April 12, 1792, m. Hannah
Norton, b. Nov. 14, 1793. He was a Free Will Baptist preacher. He d.
Mar. 22, 1873. Wid. d. Oct. 14, 1873. Their son, Allan Smith Bartlett, a
merchant in Foxcroft, came here in the fifties, m. Mary E. Brooks and
was in trade for many years with his bro. inlaw, Geo. A. Brooks, in what
is known to this day as the Bartlett store building. He d. May 27, 1876.
Wid. d. July 30, 1897. 3 ch.
1. Allan Fluvel, b. Nov. 10, 1858; set. in Lynn, Mass., m. and
d. Sept. 22, 1913.
2. Eugene W., b. Sept. 17, 1860, d. unm. May 24, 1913.
3. Warren E., b. Oct. 18, 1862, d. unm. Mar. 13, 1913.
LEVI BARTLETT, b. Plymouth, Mass., 1772 and supposedly a relative of
Capt. Josiah and William, m. 1, Mary Tinkham; 2, Abigail Gorham. He came
to Rustfield in 1795 and engaged in blacksmithing and run a
"trip-hammer" by water power. He appears to have superseded Beni. Witt
in the business. His 1. wife d Sept 16, 1802. He d. July 13, 1818. 2
wife d. Aug. 12, 1854, aged 97 yrs. 1 mo; ch. 1, Ichabod b. Jan. 19,
1797, m. 1, Eunice Woodman of N. G. b. Mar. 29, 1797, d. June 28, 1835.
2, Lorana Woodman, b N. G. May 11, 1805, d. July 17, 1874. He d. Jan. 6,
1870. He began his business career as clerk in the store and P. 0. of
William Reed. Was prominent in town affairs, and was a member of the
legislature. 7 ch. by 1 wife and 7 by 2.
IX Lucius Ichabod, b. Mar. 18, 1838, m. 1866, Sarah Shackley. He was
a Civ. War Sol., served a term as P. M.; he d. May 22, 1914. His wife d.
Apr. 28, 1912. 2 ch.
1. Capt. Frank T., b. Nov. 14, 1868; m. Linnie R. Swan. He d. at
Chickamauga, Ga., in the Spanish War, July 3, 1898. Widow pensioned. 2
Carroll Arthur, b July 8, 1894.
Frances T., b Jan. 22, 1899; m. Lt. Harry Twitchell; 2 ch.,
Harold Francis, b. Jan. 1 5, 1922; Stanley Robert, b. 1923.
2. Charles S., b. March 10, 1872; m. Bertha (Clay) Minard; she
d. 1904; 2 ch. d. in infancy; m. 2, Grace L. Smith; 1 ch.. Grace. b.
913. He d. @@ 1913.
X. Susan Emma, b. Oct. 13, 1839; m. David Gurney.
XI. Ellen Maria, b. May 4, 1841; m. Jed. Woodbury.
X11. Marcus Channing, b. Apr. 6, 1843; mort. wd. at
Antietam, Sept. 17, 1862; buried in the Nat. Cem. at Sharpsburg, Md.
XIII. Kenneth Lincoln, b. Dec. 19, 1844;qjnort. wd. at Cedar
Mt., Va., Aug.'9, 1862; d. Aug. 20, '62; buried in Nat. Cem. At
Culpepper C. H;f-Va.
XIV. Marion Smith, b. Oct. 13, 1846; m. and settled in Mass.
HON. JONATHAN BARTLETT, the leading citizen of Stoneham in his day,
patron of the little village of East Stoneham, member of the legislature
and county commissioner, was born in Newry, Jan. 27, 1838. He in., 1867,
Fannie, daughter of Capt. John Ball of Portland. He was a descendant of
Joseph Bartlett 1, of Newton, Mass., Ebenezer 3, son of Joseph; m. 1,
Ann Clark; 2, Anna Hall. Enoch 4, the 5th child by 1st w. b. Sept. 27,
1742; m. Elizabeth Segar, a sister of Nathaniel Segar, the noted Indian
scout and Rev. Sol. He also was in that war and served, it is said, as a
teamster. Enoch Bartlett was one of the early settlers in Bethel but
later removed to Newry. He lived to be very old. His 2d w. lived to be
102 years old and died at her grandson's. Jonathan, one of her large
family of children, lived in Newry as farmer and lumberman for
forty.years and removed to Stoneham. He was prominent in the affairs of
the community in which he lived, and early espoused the anti-slavery
cause and took a leading part in the conventions of that period. He m.
1, Annie Barker of Newry; 2, Triphenia Horr of Waterford. He d. Sept.
10, 1866. Jonathan Jr. was one of two children by the 2d marriage. On
attaining his majority he engaged n farming and lumbering, and later in
the manufacture of all kinds of dressed lumber, shingles, and spools. He
d. Jan. 15, 1916. 4 ch.:
I. Dr. Herman L., b. Oct. 17, 1867; m. Edith M. Stearns. He is a
practising physician in Norway. 4 ch.:
Dr. Donald Stearns, b Fryeburg, Dec. 2, 1893; m. Aug., 1919,
Edna Haynes of Methuen, Mass. They have one child, Barbara, b. July 31,
1920. He is a dentist in the U. S. Public Health Service, stationed at
Perryville, Md. Served in the World War.
Albert Russell, b Norway, June 5, 1898; was a soldier in the
Arthur Charles, b. May 22, 1901. Graduate of Bowdoin Coll.
Alice Marian, b. July 27, 1904.-
II. Charles L., b. Nov. 13, 1868; m. Elizabeth Stearns. Lumber
manufacturer. Merchant and P. M. for many years at East Stoneham. Res.
(1922) Norway, 2 ch:
Frances Ellen, b. Apr. 15, 1894. Died in Red Cross Hospital
Service in France, Oct. 16, 1918.
Elizabeth, b June 5, 1903.
III. Fred H., b. Sept. 25, 1870. Supervisor of Schools, Selectman,
and member of the legislature.
IV. Jonathan Melvin, b. Jan. 29, 1872. Sheriff of Oxford County.
HISTORY OF NORWAY Page 521 - 522
JACOB TUBBS, the first settler of the name in Norway came from the old
colony of Mass to Maine after the Rev in which he was a Sol from
Pembroke. He m Jemima Churchill and lived in Hebron for a period before
removing to Norway abt 1795. He was the first to purchase a lot on the
Lee's Grant. He had 6 ch all born before 1795. The oldest, Jacob Jr., d
in Vt. in the War of 1812-15. Charles m Lydia Churchill, Angier m
Philena Packard of Hebron, Sally m Daniel Knight Jr., Hannah m Josiah
Bartlett Jr., and Samuel, b 1793 m Mary Pool and setd in Abbot where his
father and his family died leaving no heirs.
Angier, b Hebron Jan 18, 1785 m Philena Packard b 1790. He lived with
his son Jacob, d Dec 30, 1864. His w d Mar 7, 1857-9 ch: 1, James, b Jan
5, 1809 m Hannah J. Wentwort . 2, Eunice, b Dec 10, 1810. 3, Charles, b
June 1, 1812 m Mary F. Young-set'd in Bethel. 4, Jacob, b June 28, 1814
m Christina Bird. 5, Philena, b Sept 25, 1816 m Asaph Bird. 6, Mary Ann,
b Sept 9, 1819 d Feb 4, 1821. 7, Orin, b Feb 12, 1822 m, Elizabeth P.
Horr-set'd in Gorham, N. H. 8, Mary Ann, b Nov @7, 1828 m Wm. P. Buck.
9, Nathan Newell, b Mar 30, 1831 d Oct 19, 1859.
JAMES TUBBS, oldest ch of Jacob the Rev Sol m Hannah J. Wentworth. For
many yrs they resided at Gorham, N. H., where he and his son Charles
Newell, were in trade. They came back to Norway in 1873 and engaged in
trade in a store near the shoe factory. He d Oct 26, 1884; wid surv many
yrs.-2 ch---only one, Charles Newell, b Aug 27, 1837 survived infancy.
He m 1. Albbie June Crockebt. 2. Leona G. (Brackett) Kilgore. Mr. Tubbs
was b in a log house on a lot running down into the lake from the Noble
school house, which his father cleared up and sold. He has been very
successful in business and acquired a handsome property. For many years,
has been connected with the business interests of Norway, and is vice
pres of the Norway Nat'l Bank corp. and a trustee of the Norway Sav.
Bank-4 ch, all by 1. w: 1, Inez M., b July 14, 1875 m s Newbury, N. Y.
2, James N., b Sept Clarence M. Wiltsie-no ch; re 8, 1880 m Blanche E.
GToves--2'daus, b July 6, 1911 and Dec 18, 1915. 3, Idonia C., b Mar 30,
1882. 4, Oscar J., b Mar 8, 1886.
JACOB TUBBS, JR, M Christina Bird dau of John Jr b Dec 1, 1819. He d Dec
4, 1886. She d Dec 28, 1873-1 ch: Elhanan B., b 1847 m Hattie
Richardson, b Apr 21, 1854. He d Apr 1918 "aged 71." Wid resides in
Portland with her son, Elhanan Bertrand.-6 ch- 1, Christina Bird, b July
11, 1873 m Fred H. Noble. 2, George Tilton, b June 18, 1876 m Francei
Sparrow-no ch. 3, Elhanan B., b Sept 29, 1878 m Belle Harriman. She d.-3
ch: Bertrand, d young, Gladys Evelyn, b June 18, 1907 and Philip
Theodore, b Feb 14, 1909-res Portland. 4, Carl A., b Dec 31, 1880 m
1906, Angie M. Ripley-d Oct 1914-no ch. 5, Walter Frederick, b May 29,
1882 m 1907 Ada L., dau of Wm. M. and Gertrude (Upton) Russell, b Nov
29, 1886; 3 ch: Virginia R., b July 20, 1909, Norman C., b Mar 20, 1911,
and Orrington W., b Oct 16, 1913. 6, Tina Calista, b Mar 22, 1883, m G.
Frank Barron, Norwood, Ohio 1 ch, Francis Carlton, b Oct 5, 1921.
George E. Tubbs, son of Orin, b Gorham, N. H., 1851 m Izah 1.
Millett---clerk, merchants treas'r Norway Sav Bank, etc. He d Sept 23,
1909, aged 58. Wid resides at Old Orchard-2 ch: Homer D., m Flora C.
Wheeler of Phillips and Dorothy H., m Russell W. Davis of Portland.