I don't know Jim. I am certain that Cyrus H in Maury Co. is a descendant of Robert 1603. Josiah Bartlett and Mercy Chandler> son, Chandler b. 1-22-1732/3> son,Cyrus H b, 13 July 1778 Lebanon,New London, CT> possible son,Cyrus H b. abt 1806 see Goodspeed below.
need 1850 census for Andrew J
Home in 1870: District 5, Marshall, Tennessee Name: Mynes Bartlett [Cyrus Bartlett] Birth Year: abt 1807 Age in 1870: 63 Birthplace: Virginia Race: White Gender: Male Value of real estate: View image Post Office: Lewisburg Household Members: Name Age Mynes Bartlett 63 Eliz Bartlett 58 Mary Bartlett 41 Amanda Bartlett 39 Emily Bartlett 27 Sallie Bartlett 13 Henry Bartlett 23 Petts Bartlett 17 Lumerfell Bartlett 15
Goodspeed Biographical Appendix- Marshall County The Goodspeed History of Maury, Williamson, Rutherford, Wilson, Bedford, Marshall Counties of Tennessee.
The Goodspeeds History of Tennessee, 1886 ANDREW J. BARTLETT. Cyrus Bartlett was probably born in the Old Dominion and when a young man came to Tennessee and married Elizabeth Bedford, probably a native of the State, by whom he had twelve children.He was a house carpenter by trade, and many houses are now standing which bear the evidence of his skillful workmanship.He was a Whig in politics, but always cast his vote for Gen. Jackson, because his father fell while serving under him, and the General took upon himself the education of Cyrus.In 1876 he died, being nearly seventy years of age.The mother is yet living.
Andrew J. Bartlett, the immediate subject to this sketch, was born in Marshall County, November 2, 1834, and while young received a fair education in the common schools. Having learned the carpenter's trade, he worked at it until the breaking out of the war, when he volunteered in Company D, Fourth Tennessee Cavalry, and served for three and half years, being sergeant-major the greater part of the time.In 1865 he wedded Martha E. Turner, by whom he has had one child - Alma.Mr. and Mrs. Bartlett are members of the Methodist Episcopal Church South.He is Democrat, and since 1869 has followed agricultural pursuits, owning at the present time 150 acres of good land in the garden of Tennessee. http://www.tngenweb.org/marshall/gdspdbiosB.htmlhttp://www.tngenweb.org/marshall/gdspdbiosB.html