Samuel, Ichabod, Judah, William, and others. Samuel Jr. was an officer at Louisburgh, and d. 1750, æ. 59, whose son Samuel, called "Quaker Sam.," was father of Capt. Joseph, Amasa, Anselm, and others.There was an Abigail Bartlett m. Gamaliel Bradford, and named one of her sons Peabody.
5. Robert (s. of Joseph 3) m. his cousin Sarah Bartlett 1687, and afterwards Sarah, D. of Jacob Cook, 1691, and d. 1718, æ. 55; he had Thomas, Dea. Joseph, Robert, Ebenezer, and Lemuel.James and Isaac Bartlett of Plymouth are descendants of Robert Jr.
6. Joseph (s. of Joseph 3) m. Lydia Grisworld 1692, and d. at "Pond's" 1703, æ. 38, and had Joseph 1693, Samuel (town clerk) 1697, Lydia 1698, Benjamin 1699, Francis LeBaron 1701, Sarah 1703. Capt. Zaccheus and the late Silvanus Bartlett were descendants of Joseph 6.Samuel (the town Clerk) m. Elizabeth Lothrop, and afterwards wid. Elizabeth Wethrell, who was also a Lothrop; he d. 1769, æ. 72.
7. Benjamin (s. of Benjamin 2, or of Joseph 3 [He was Joseph's son - MF Warren]) called Jr., m. Sarah, D. of Jonathan Barnes, 1702, and died at "Ponds" 1727; his wid. m. Joseph Sturtevant of Kingston; he had Joseph, Benjamin, Nathaniel, Jonathan, Elkanah of Staten Island [Elkanah given by Davis, but no record found for him - MF Warren], Hannah and Sarah. Elsewhere it is recorded that his Ds. were Sarah wife of Israel Bradford, Rebecca relict of John Bradford Jr., Ruth wife of John Murdock Jr., Mercy wife of John Turner, Deborah w. of Josiah Thomas of Marshfield, and Abigail of Duxbury; one of his Ds. also is said to have m. Ephraim Bradford, but query [These are the daughters of Benjamin, son of Benjamin 2 - MF Warren].
Lydia Bartlett m. Dr. Lazarus LeBaron 1720.Sarah, wid. of John Jenny, d. 1655, and in her will, 1654, mentions her son-in-law Benjamin Bartlett.
The family of Bartlett is very numerous, and the preceding is intended as a brief and very general account only of the ancestor and such of his immediate descendants as have fallen under our notice.
BONNEY.Thomas Bonney was one of the original proprietors of Bridgewater, and of course lived in Duxbury between 1645 and 1650; m. Dorcas, D. of Henry Sampson.Mary Bonney of Duxbury m. John Mitchell 1675. The family spread into Pembroke and many of the descendants are still there and in the lower part of the county. Abigail, D. of Ebenezer Bonney of Pembroke, m. Jacob Hill of E. B. 1754, and her sister Elizabeth m. Samuel Whitman of E. B. 1757.Some of the family removed to Chesterfield.Leah m. John Young of E. B.
BRADFORD.Hon. William Bradford, the 2d Governor of old Plymouth Colony, was born at Ansterfield [Austerfield (424)] in Yorkshire 1588 [1586 (424)], and educated under the Rev. Mr. Clifton; m. Dorothy May,
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