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BARTRAM

Posted: 25 May 1998 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 6 Jul 2001 2:13PM GMT
George BARTRAM(b Nov 1844 NY) m Cornelia A ? abt 1866(b Nov 1847 CN) found in town of Canaan, Litchfield Co,CN in 1880 census with the following children-all born in CN: Nellie A b ca 1868,Mary Jane b ca 1881, George N b 1871, Helen M b Dec 1867, John W b Mar 1875, Clara b Mar 1879, Chester b Jan 1884. Looking for marriage date and Cornelia's maiden name.
Interested in contacting anyone researching BARTRAM families in CN or NY.

Bartram in CN

Posted: 28 Mar 1999 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 6 Jul 2001 2:13PM GMT
Faith,

We have communicated before. I found the family of George W.(b ca 1845) and wife, Cornelia in Canaan, Litchfield, CN in 1880. Then in 1900 they were in Lockport, Niagara County, NY. He was born in NY and parents born in CN.George W. died before the 1910 census in Lockport. I found Raymonds (Rosaline BARTRAM d/o George and Cornelia m Wesley RAYMOND)and BARTRAMs in the Norwalk, CN vital records which are on a webpage on FTM. I think that both families probably originated in that area. I am still looking.
JoAnn

BARTRAM

Faith Wickham Shea (View posts)
Posted: 28 Mar 1999 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Bartram, Benson, Wickham, Chadwick, Yerdon, Birdsall, Dibble, Truesdell, Dunham, Waffle
I have a Pheobe BARTRAM or BARTRUM (1812-1906) who married Henry WICKHAM in Roxbury, NY in 1831. They appear in Middletown in 1850 & 1855 Delaware County NY census. They are my great, great, great grandparents. I am trying to find Phoebe's parents/line. My great aunts say that the family told them Pheobe was of Indian descendant. For sometime I thought Phoebe was descended from a BARTRAM line out of Redding CT that went through NY and ended up in Iowa - but it turned out not to be her - but I have papers from that line somewhere. The WICKHAM line came to Delaware Co, NY from Quaker Hill, Dutchess Co, NY in 1790s, were Quakers. Were your BARTRAM's in/near any of these areas? Or have you run across any BARTRAM's in your research from these areas?

Bartram from Conn

Posted: 30 Oct 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 25 Jul 2003 4:17AM GMT
Surnames: Bartram
Looking for George and Mary Bartram Conn line to Newstead, NY

Bartram from Conn

Posted: 30 Oct 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 25 Jul 2003 4:17AM GMT
Surnames: Bartram
Looking for George and Mary Bartram Conn line to Nestead, NY

Re: BARTRAM

Posted: 31 Oct 2001 7:49PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 25 Jul 2003 4:17AM GMT
Surnames: BARTRAM, HARRINGTON
In reseaching my line of BARTRAM'S, I located and received the death notice for Mary Jane Bartram Harrington. Not the child of George Bartram in your message, but Mary Jane Bartram Harrington's notice was signed by a Helen Bartram. Mary Jane Bartram's b. Feb 27, 1814. Her first marriage, according to my gg death record lists his father or her first marriage to George Bartram. Harrington was her second marriage. The Bartram Branches reference book is incorrect. I have the records for who they say was her first marriage to Levi Godfrey married a Mary Ann Bartram, and not Mary Jane Bartram. After John Harrington from Newstead, Ny died, she moved to Lockport. She died there in 1909 and a Helen signed the death record. Do you have any information on this line? Mary Jane and a George Bartram both born in CONN. had one child John W. Bartram who was born in NYC 1847. I have the line from him down to me and before that, but can not find George Bartram. Any assistance would be appreciated.

Re: BARTRAM

Dorothy Black (View posts)
Posted: 31 Oct 2001 9:06PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: BARTRAM, OWEN, HARRINGTON, SWIFT
I just looked up the George Bartram on your referenced census for 1880 in CN. It is the first time the occupation Stone Mason as appeared for a Bartram out side of my line. Perhaps George Bartram, that you mentioned parents or earlier are the line I am looking for. Do you have any additional information on this line?
Thank you

Re: BARTRAM

Dorothy Black (View posts)
Posted: 31 Oct 2001 9:10PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: BARTRAM,
I just looked up the George Bartram on your referenced census for 1880 in CN. It is the first time the occupation Stone Mason as appeared for a Bartram out side of my line. Perhaps George Bartram, that you mentioned parents or earlier are the line I am looking for. Do you have any additional information on this line?
Thank you

Re: BARTRAM

Posted: 1 Nov 2001 6:45AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 7 Jun 2002 9:52PM GMT
Surnames: BARTRAM
George W. BARTRAM was born in NY in Nov 1844. He married Cornelia A. ? about 1866. The 1900 (First District Lockport) census says they were married 33 yrs. His wife was born in CN and both his and her parents were born in CN. He is listed as a farmer in that census.

They had 4 children in that census: Helen M born Dec 1847 in CN was the oldest (32 in 1900). So I wonder if this could be the Helen who signed the death certificate you have. She is listed as a shirt worker.

The other children are:
John W. born March 1875 in CN
Clara born March 1879 in CN
Chester born Jan 1884 in CN

So this family moved to CN between 1884 and 1900.
I was researching this family for a friend of mine and no longer am doing so. I am sure he would be interested in contacting you.

Re: BARTRAM

Dorothy Black (View posts)
Posted: 1 Nov 2001 5:01PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: BARTRAM
Please have him contact me as I mentioned this Bartram per the census you marked indicated he was a Stone Mason and that is my line also. My George was born around 1804 and married Mary Jane Bartram. They had one child John W. Bartram born in 1847. John married Mary Elizabeth Swift and they lived in Newstead, NY. Their only child (that lived) was Walter Newton Bartram. Walter married Caroline D. Rovell. They had 3 children, one being my grandfather John Isaac Bartram and my father John Ralph Bartram. This entire line's occupation was Stone/Brick mason. So some how my George W. Bartram (strange same name, but they did that then) was born in CT (census records) but I can not find him any where. The 1860 Census has Mary J. Bartram with son John W. Bartram. I have all after, but can't find George and Mary. This was the first sign when I received the death notice signed by Helen. I am sure this is the same Helen. What is strange is Helen indicated Isaac Bartram and Molly Hamilton were her parents (Mary Jane's), but in reading the history of Redding etc. and the Bartram Branches list Mary Jane as the daughter of Isaac Hamilton Bartram and Lydia Platt. So this has set me back. The history of Redding indicates Molly had 21 chilldren 7 surviving all males. So maybe your friend could e-mail me and we could correspond. Thank you.
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