Thanks so much for sharing your information, Jim.To answer your question about the listing of the name on the information concerning John's death from disease in the Civil War.I have 2 Civil War records; one from "U.S. Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles," and one from "American Civil War Soldiers."They differ slightly, but are essentially the same.
From "American Civil War Soldiers,"--- Name:John Bartlett Residence:Buncombe County, North Carolina Occupation:Farmer Enlistment Date:15 May 1862 Enlistment Place:Buncombe County, North Carolin Side Served:Confederacy State Served:North Carolin Service Record:Enlisted as a Private on 15 May 1862 at the age of 29.Enlisted in on 15 May 1862.Died of disease on 15 June 1863 at Cherokee Springs, GA Sources:16
Then from "U.S. Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles--- Name:John H. Bartlett Residence:Buncombe County, North Carolina Occupation:Farmer Age at Enlistment:29 Enlistment Date:15 May 1862 Rank at Enlistment:Private Enlistment Place:Buncombe County, North Carolina State Served:North Carolina Survived the War?NO Service Record:Enlistered in on 15 May 1862; Mustered out on 15 June 1863 at Cherokee Springs, GA Birthdate:About 1833 Sources:N.C. Troops 1861-1865, A Roster
One record gives his name as John; the other as John H., but the dates and other information are all essentially the same.
Next you asked about the placing of the two names John and Hamilton together.This came from Nancy Bartlett Shehan's death certificate, which I found on file in McDowell County.It is a typewritten death certificate and clearly lists her parents as "John Hamilton Bartlett," and "Sarah Patton."
So nice to find someone else researching this line.Again, thanks for the help.