Looking especially for Thomas and Rebecca Bartlett, who had a daughter Bridget.I think Thomas, born around 1750, came from Cornwall (Truro area) UK in 1760's and supposedly lived in Truro, MA before moving to Scituate, MA and then moved to CT, or at least their son did.Don't know where Thomas or Rebecca landed to begin with, but probably Plymouth or Boston.Don't know when / where they married but it was here not UK. Son's name is supposedly Wyram but may be misspelled or something else altogether e.g. William, and he was born about 1777 in MA.He moved to Chenango County, NY from CT about 1800 and married a Phebe Palmer from Dutchess County, NY.I'm sorry I don't have much concrete info, but the other side of the family is Smith and you may well imagine what that means!
I hope some kind soul out there can help me.I have a lot of Bartlett genealogy I would be happy to share, from the progenitor Adam Bartelot (1066) down to William Francis Bartlett ((1840 – 1876, Civil War hero, subject of A&E documentary), including Joseph (1686-1754) the famous Indian captive (I have an abbreviated account of his captivity - 4 pg), and Josiah of course.
Any Bartlett info from those places I mentioned at the beginning would probably be quite useful, no matter what the names and relationships are.I don't mean the entire state of CT of course.:-)
If anyone wants a copy of Joseph's journal just send me your email address and I'll send it on to you.I also have a copy of the video A&E did on W.F. Bartlett if someone wants a copy.