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Anna Sanborn Sleeper Bartlett
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Birth: Aug. 12, 1783
Bristol
Grafton County
New Hampshire, USA
Death: Oct. 8, 1869
Bristol
Grafton County
New Hampshire, USA

She was the daughter of Col. Peter and Mary (Sanborn) Sleeper and the wife of Ichabod Colby Bartlett, marrying him probably in New Hampshire on November 11, 1801. To their union was born 7 children: Mary Bartlett, Jane Bartlett, Levi Bartlett, Frederick K Bartlett, Gustavus Bartlett, Ann Colby Bartlett, and Frederick Bartlett. 
 
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 Parents:
  Peter Sleeper (1746 - 1826)
  Mary Sanborn Sleeper (1751 - 1834)
 
 Spouse:
  Ichabod Colby Bartlett (1779 - 1860)
 
 Children:
  Mary Bartlett Lewis (1802 - 1831)*
  Jane Bartlett (1804 - 1881)*
  Levi Bartlett (1807 - 1868)*
  Frederick K Bartlett (1808 - 1811)*
  Gustavus Bartlett (1810 - 1893)*
  Ann Colby Bartlett Minot (1812 - 1848)*
  Frederick Bartlett (1815 - 1904)*
 
 Sibling:
  Peter Sleeper (1771 - 1826)*
  Anna Sanborn Sleeper Bartlett (1783 - 1869)
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Note: Additional information from the History of the Town of Bristol, New Hampshire
 
Burial:
Homeland Cemetery
Bristol
Grafton County
New Hampshire, USA
Plot: Sec. 7W, Lot 1, Grave 6
 
Maintained by: P. Lewis Barker
Originally Created by: Scott Connor Barnard
Record added: Jan 19, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 46866864
Anna Sanborn <i>Sleeper</i> Bartlett
Added by: Lauren Marie Westgate Hargrave
 
Anna Sanborn <i>Sleeper</i> Bartlett
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Added by: BL Hughes
 
 
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- Lauren Marie Westgate Hargrave
 Added: Nov. 13, 2013
Your history lives through us and we are eternally grateful for our connection to you and the development of this country. May we live long and well.
- Linda
 Added: Jun. 30, 2013
Thank you for being my ancestor.
- P. Lewis Barker
 Added: Feb. 6, 2011
 
 
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