Samuel, son of Joshua and Priscilla (Jacobs) Bartlett of Thomaston Maine, was born at Amsbury on February 3, 1748, and died on February 9, 1813. He went to Maine to live about 1769, and from New Meadows to Thomaston, a hill town with marshes and meadows, before its incorporation, April 21,1777. He married first, about 1773, Lois Hicks and they had five children. During the War of The Revolution, Samuel Bartlett served as a private in Captain Larabee's company, from July to December , 1775, in sea coast defense, the company being stationed at Falmouth , now Portland, Maine. HE was chosen one of a committee to consider the regulation of prices during the Revolutionary War; however, the immediate difficulties confronting the people prevented public action. Samuel Bartlett was elected Sealer of Leather in March , 1781. He married second, January 7, 1788, Mrs. Eleanor (Martin) Kimball, widow , with three children. He settled at Head Of Bay, Owls Head, a headland that was a landmark for seamen and the Indians before them. He had nine children by his second marriage. The abstract of will of Samuel Bartlett allows on January 10, 1811; Item 1, I give unto my wife Eleanor Bartlett , my real and personal estate as long she remains a widow, afterwards divided among my lawful heirs. Samuel Bartlett is buried in the Bartlett-Everett plot, Old Head of the Bay Cemetery, Owls Head, Ingraham's Hill, Rockland, Maine. It may be noted that Samuel Bartlett had nine sons, and has descendants of the name in many sections of the United States. Children of Samuel and his first wife, Lois Hicks Bartlett, born in Thomaston, Maine: Priscilla, William, Samuel, Joshua, and Lois. Children of Samuel and his second wife, Eleanor (Martin) Kimball: Jane, Thomas, Knott, Richard, Ephraim Snow, Eleanor, David, George, and Hannah.
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