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Levi Bartlett

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Birthplace: Kingston, Rockingham, New Hampshire, USA
Death: Died in Kingston, Rockingham, New Hampshire, USA
Place of Burial: Plains Cemetery, Kingston, Rockingham County, New Hampshire, USA
Immediate Family:

Son of Josiah Bartlett, Signer of the "Declaration of Independence" and Mary Bartlett
Husband of Abigail Bartlett and Sarah "Sally" Bartlett
Father of Luella Juliette Case; Junia Loretta Smith; Levi Stevens Bartlett, Sr.; Betsey Callis Bartlett; Enoch Callis Bartlett and 2 others
Brother of Mary Greely; Lois Bartlett; Miriam Calef; Rhonda Bartlett; Hannah Bartlett and 6 others

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About Dr. Levi Bartlett

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PARENTS: Josiah Bartlett (Signer of the Declaration of Independence and Mary (Bartlett) Bartlett, his wife.

1st WIFE: Sarah Hook, married November 6, 1791 in Kingston, Rockingham Co., NH. She died February 17, 1793

2nd WIFE: Abigail Stevens, married April 18, 1807 in Kingston, Rockingham Co., NH

CHILDREN WITH 2nd WIFE:

1. Luella Juliette Bartlett 2. Junia Luella Bartlett 3. Levi Steven Bartlett

Dr. Levi Bartlett was the eldest son of Gov. Josiah Bartlett, and was born Sept. 3, 1763. He received his preparatory education at the then celebrated "Dummer School" in Newbury, Mass., and after studying the science of medicine one year with his father, he completed his professional course with Dr. Thomas Kittredge of Andover, Mass., a distinguished physician.

Soon after, he established himself in Kingston, N. H., where his father had been located, and who was giving up his professional business to younger and more vigorous practitioners.

Here, and in the adjoining towns, he soon acquired an extensive practice, and was frequently called many miles from home in consultation. He was a skilful and successful surgeon, and performed many important operations.

Dr. Bartlett filled many stations of trust. He was a Justice of the Peace and Quorum throughout the state, Colonel in the militia, and Post Master for many years. He frequently represented Kingston in the Legislature, and for several years was a member of the Council, and Chief Justice of the Court of Common Pleas. But being of a studious and metaphysical turn, he preferred the quiet pleasures of private life to the care and turmoil of the political arena.

He was married, Nov. 6, 1791, to Sally Hook, who died of consumption, February, 1793. He married the second time, Abigail Stevens, April 18, 1807.

He was kind and obliging in his disposition, generous and humane to the needy, and honorable and just in all his business relations.

For several years, he suffered from paralysis, and was, consequently, unable to transact business or enjoy life. His earthly career terminated Jan. 30, 1828, at the age of 65, leaving a widow and three children--two daughters and one son.

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Dr. Levi Bartlett's Timeline

1763
September 3, 1763
Kingston, Rockingham, New Hampshire, USA
1807
December 30, 1807
Age 44
Kingston, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States
1807
Age 43
1810
June 1, 1810
Age 46
Kingston, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States
1811
December 3, 1811
Age 48
Kingston, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States
1818
March 16, 1818
Age 54
Newton, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States
1819
August 9, 1819
Age 55
Newton, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States
1821
May 28, 1821
Age 57
Newton, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States
1825
November 20, 1825
Age 62
Newton Township, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States
1828
January 30, 1828
Age 64
Kingston, Rockingham, New Hampshire, USA