Reuben S. Bartlett [Campbell County, Ga. was formed in 1828 from Carroll and Coweta Counties. Campbell merged with Fulton Co. in 1926 and 1932.] Reuben S. Bartlett of Campbell County Georgia, sold Lot #25, district 12, in Taylor County Georgia in 1860.He bought it in 1859 from W. Dodson.(Deed book B/374)On the 1860 Census of Campbell County Ga., page 253, it states that Reuben was born in Virginia in 1817.His wife Mary was born in 1830.Records found in Franklin Co. Virginia files owned by a Bartlett researcher show that Reuben S. Bartlett married Mary Snuffer September 21, 1841.The surety was John Snuffer. (She would have been about 11 years old if the census taker was correct about her age.)Other Bartletts in Franklin County Va. records old enough to be Reuben’s father were James Bartlett who married Susannah P. Short on April 5, 1813, daughter of Reubin Short.(Is that where Reuben S. got his name?) and Thomas Bartlett who married Labrin Hill, daughter of Thomas Hill in 1816.These happen to be the names of the two sons that James Bartlett who married Tempy Whitlock in Halifax Co., Va. in 1779 named in his will in Patrick County, Va. about 1820.Patrick County borders Franklin Co., Va. Daughters (of Reuben S. and Mary Bartlett of Campbell Co. Ga. were) Catherine S. who was born in 1847, Nancey O. was born in 1851 or 1853, Merietta was born in 1858 and John H. was born in 1859.The census taker did not specify where his wife and children were born. The only other Reuben Bartlett found in Virginia in the 1850 census was in Montgomery County, Va., which is in the southwest portion of Virginia almost on the West Virginia line.It borders Patrick County, where James Bartlett mentioned above died about 1820.This Reuben Bartlett was too old to be the same as Reuben S. Bartlett, but may have been closely related (father? Uncle?).A Reuben Bartlett died in DeKalb county Ga., in 1854.Elizabeth Bartlett was his admx. and Thomas Cook was her surety.The writer has not identified that Reuben…yet.Can anyone help me?