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Mary Molly (Blaisdell) Bartlett (1753)

Mary Molly Bartlett formerly Blaisdell
Born in Kingston, NHmap
Daughter of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
[sibling(s) unknown]
Wife of — married 9 Sep 1772 in Kingston, Rockingham, New Hampshiremap
Descendants descendants
Died [date unknown] [location unknown]
Profile last modified | Created 20 Apr 2009
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Biography

Nathan and his wife "Molly" removed “from Northwood to Andover and lived on the back, or Swett, road, near the end of Elbow pond… Nathan, Sally and Abiah gave their farm … to Green Greely, on the condition that he guarantee the support of Sally and Abiah for life; Mr. Greely faithfully fulfilled his contract.” Nathan and Molly are buried in Andover’s Swett Cemetery.


Nathan, son of Nathan and Joanna (Flanders) Bartlett, b. in Kingston Feb. 25, 1752; d. in Andover; m. in Kingston Sept. 9, 1772, Molly Blaisdell. Mr. Bartlett came from Northwood to Andover and lived on the back, or Swett, road, near the head of Elbow Pond.

Joanna or Hannah, b. Kingston, March 3, 1773; m. John Keniston (see).

Nathan, b. Kingston ; m., July 15, 1829, Louisa Davis of Northfield; res. Northfield; two daughters, both dead.

Sally, b. Kingston, March 22, 1777; d.; unm.

Miriam, b. Northwood, Jan. 10, 1780; m., April 15, 1798, Jonathan Davis; had 14 ch.; Davis family buried in Taunton Hill cemetery.

Ablah, b. Kingston, 1783; d. March 20, 1851; unm.

Jeremiah, b. Northwood, 1789; m. Fanny Stearns.

Nathan, Sally and Abiah Bartlett gave their farm, at the head of Elbow Pond, where Horace Clark lately lived, to Green Greeley, on condition that he guarantee the support of Sally and Abiah for life; and Mr. Greeley faithfully fulfilled his contract. [1]

Marriage

Marriage record of Nathan Bartlett and Mary Blasdel
Name Nathan Bartlett
Event Type Marriage, Event Date 09 Sep 1772
Event Place , , New Hampshire
Spouse's Name Mary Blasdel[2]

Sources

  1. Eastman, John R. (John Robie),History of the town of Andover, New Hampshire : 1751-1906. Volume pt. 2. Publisher Concord, N.H. : Printed by the Rumford Print. Co. Published 1910. Pages 474. https://archive.org/details/historyoftownofa02east
  2. CITING THIS RECORD: "New Hampshire Marriage Records, 1637-1947," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:FL81-BPZ : 12 December 2014), Nathan Bartlett and Mary Blasdel, 09 Sep 1772; citing , , New Hampshire, Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics, Concord; FHL microfilm 1,000,96


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My connection to this ancestor is supported by a DNA relationship to an Ancestry.com member who traces her genealogy through Molly's brother Nathaniel Blaisdell. Yay! This is from Special:DNATests&u32&id=2 AncestryDNA autosomal test, results back today.
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