I'm a descendant of John Bartlett who settled in Maryland in the late 1700s, the moved to Washington Co., Ohio in the early 1800s. Our family oral history, which has proven to be correct in many cases, says John Bartlett came from Isle of Jersey but hated the English. He reportedly married on Jersey, and had a daughter but his wife died enroute to America; he took his baby daughter back to Jersey where she was raised by his parents; he came to America, remarried to Eleanor Felcon and had several children including my gr-gr grandfather, William. William's son-in-law wrote in his autobiography that John Bartlett was the son of one William Bartlett, that John married Rachel Phesant who died, and that he took his young daughter, Ann Bartlett, back to England, then remarried in Maryland. Both versions of this story have John's daughter marrying a man named Roberts, moving to San Francisco where they became well-off. Their son, Martin Roberts, came to Washington Co., Ohio, just before the Civil War and commissioned William Bartlett to build a boat that became famous in the Ohio Valley. I have written two family history books about the Bartletts but have been unsuccessful in locating a Jersey connection. I haven't come across any Corwins or Wests in the Bartlett line. Please let me know what info you have and I'll share my Bartlett genealogy which is extensive. Hope we can link up!