I am descended from Enoch Bartlett and his first wife Elizabeth Segar, through their last two daughters; Olive, who married Nathaniel Frost and stayed in Oxford Co. Maine, and Lucy, who married Jonathan Powers.After Lucy's death in or near Bethel, Oxford Co, ME Jonathan left for Dodge/Jefferson Co's, WI with his son Ambrose and family... two of his & Lucy's other sons were already there- Moses Bartlett Powers and Charles Stearns Powers. They arrived Aug 1845 and both Jonathan Powers and his son Ambrose Powers died there in Wisc. in Sep 1845.Ambrose's wife & first cousin Huldah Frost Powers, daughter of Nathaniel and Olive (Bartlett) Frost, raised her children there in Dodge Co Wisconsinby herself.Though she did have family around...her brother-in-laws Charles S. and Moses B. were there, as was her sister in law Huldah (Powers) Bartlett who married Moses Bartlett, son of Moses and Esther (Beal) Bartlett of Hanover, Oxford County Maine.
Children of Moses and Huldah (Powers) Bartlett born in Maine were: Lucy Ann Bartlett b. 1827 Orson Powers Bartlett b. 1829 d. 1830 Esther Beal Bartlett b. 1831 George Bartlett b. 1833 Mary A. Bartlett b. 1836 Alfred Bartlett b. 1839
Children and Bartlett descendents of Ambrose and Huldah (Frost) Powers born in Maine were: George W. b. 5/10/1830 d. 1/13/1889 buried Washington Cemetery, WI Laura A. b. ca 1832, wife of Abraham Pierce (Huldah's will mentions her son Charles A. Gardner) Roenah Hannah b. Apr 1833 m. Charles B. Stoddard d. 1906 Lucy A. b. 10/15/1837 m. John Horn (this is the daughter Arvilla L. Horn, deceased, referred to in Huldah's will, 1872; had a daughter Huldah; also had son Ambrose, who died as an infant 1865; both buried Washington Cemetery, WI) Betsey b. ca 1841 m. Hiram Sweet (this is the daughter Armantha B. Sweet referred to in Hulda's will); in Sac Co, IA, 1870 census. Elias M. b. 11/23/1843 (Civil War deserter) m. 1868, Mississipi, Juliet Bancroft of NY; farmer in Iowa at time of mother's death; in Sac Co IA 1870 census; later farmer in Louisiana
My Bartlett line can be found at: http://www.geocities.com/usmcspencers/bartlett.htmlhttp://www.geocities.com/usmcspencers/bartlett.html Would love to hear from anyone else researching these Bartletts... they are well documented in Maine, but Wisconsin has been a struggle.