Jeremiah served briefly in the War of 1812. The registration shows his place of birth as Northwood, NH.
Jeremiah married Fanny Sternes on Feb. 8, 1818 in New Hampshire.
The 1830 census has the head of household Jeremiah Bartlett with one girl under five years old (Drusilla?), one boy age 5-10 (Sylvanus, born 1824), under five, one man age 40-50 (Jeremiah), and one woman aged 30-40 (Fanny, born 1792). 
The 1850 census has the 61-year-old Jeremiah living with 58-year-old Fanny and 15-year-old Joanna in Andover, NH. "Labour" is listed as his profession.
The 1860 census has the 71-year-old Jeremiah, the 66-year-old Fanny, and the 26-year-old Joanna in Andover living with a six-year-old girl named Caroline M. Wells and an older couple named John and Hannah Swett. Jeremiah is listed as a "Com(?) Laborer".
The 1870 census has the 75(?!)-year-old Jeremiah and the 70(?)-year-old Fanny living with just the 26-year-old Caroline Wells. Jeremiah is retired and Caroline is working in a hosiery mill. Next door there is a 25-year-old Leroy D. Bartlett, who works as a fireman on a railroad.
Burial is listed as Hobbs-Swett Cemetery, Andover, Merrimack County, New Hampshire on Find-A-Grave, but without a source and there is apparently no grave marker.
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