Lucinda Bartlett Lucindy Bartlett was on the Wash. Co., Ga. census in Robinson’s military district in 1820.She may have been Edward Bartlett’s widow.A “Lucinda” King married Edward Bartlett in Craven County, North Carolina records in 1791 with the bondsman being John King.Her 1820 census (page 42) showed one boy 10-16 and one girl under 10.One female was 16-26 and Lucinda was apparently over 45.Edward Bartlett’s orphans won lot #42 in the 9th district, Muscogee Co. in the 1827 land lottery. AThomas Bartlett appeared on the 1828 Washington County tax list, page 73 in Captain Wood’s distict.On January 1, 1829 Thomas Bartlet married Nancy Cook in Washington County.In the 1830 Washington County, Ga. census, “Lainda” Bartlett had two males 20-23 in her household, one female 15-20 and “Lainda” was apparently 50-60. In 1832, Thomas Bartlet of Robinson’s district, Washington County won lot #31, 6th district, 2nd section (now Gilmer Co.) and Harvey Bartlet from Robinson’s district won lot #308 in the 18th district 18,3rd section.The Millegeville newspaper stated that Harvey Bartlet’s land was sold to satisfy (a debt to) John Harrel in a sheriff’s sale in Washington County in 1831.(Millegeville N.P. Clippings.) In 1835 and 1836, “Lourinda” Bartlet had unclaimed letters in the Sandersville post office in Washington County.(They were listed in the newspaper so they could be claimed.)Henry Bartlet had one in the same post office in 1837.