I would like to hope this is so, but I can't say it lines up right.Olive Noble was not with her family in Iowa on 1856 state census.I am thinking, she may have stayed in Brasher, St. Lawrence Co., New York area, when the family went to Iowa, shortly after the 1850 census.She had relatives across the St. Lawrence River in Cornwall, Ontario.
However, she suddenly shows up in 1860 census in Iowa, where her family is, as Olive Bartlett b Canada West age 22.(She was more like 19 years old, instead.)I have never seen her again.I don't know if she remarried or died.She did not have any children with her in 1860.
I have sorted all of the Olives and Bartletts in the area and surrounding and several counties in Iowa.Olive would have m Bartlett prior, between 1850 and 1860.If Olive was Hiram Bartlett's wife, she would have had to be married to him before 1860.I am thinking, that she was m to a Bartlett in St. Lawrence County, before coming to Iowa, but I have no idea who it was.Do you have any other Bartletts.Your Bartletts in St. Lawrence Co. are in the right place at the right time.Thank-you, Janet Smith