Bartlett family papers
Bartlett family papers. Deeds of Joseph Bartlett and Ephraim Colby of Salisbury, N.H. Revolutionary War enlistment bounty paid to Joseph Webster, fragment of another bounty paid to William Fifield and mentioning his brother Jonathan Fifield: both bounries signed by John Collins, Joseph Bartlett, and Phinheas Bean, selectmen of Salisbury.
- 1782 - 1804
- Bartlett Family (Author, Family)
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Letter from G.W. Nesmith to Samuel Colcord Bartlett, enclosing Joseph Bartlett's deed.
Jonathan Fifield 1747-1828, William Fifield, United States - History - Revolution, 1775-1783 - New Hampshire, Salisbury, N.H. - History - Revolution, 1775-1783 - Sources, Joseph Bartlett 1751, John Collins 1741-1844, Phineas Bean 1750, George Washington Nesmith 1800-1890, Samuel Colcord Bartlett 1817-1898.
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