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Ebenezer Seeley Bartlett
Birth: Oct. 4, 1759
Orange County
New York, USA
Death: Dec. 3, 1838
Clark County
Illinois, USA

A native of Newburg, Orange County, New York. D.A.R. records show he enlisted Dec. 1775(aged 16 years & 2 months) and served with the New York Militia. He was in the battles of Harlem, White Plains and Fort Montgomery; he served until 1781. In 1838 he came to Illinois with his sons, settling in Clark County, and died in December the same year. He lies buried in the York Cemetery and his grave has been marked by the Walter Burdick Chapter, D. A. R., of Marshall.

Family links: 
  Samuel Bartlett (1723 - 1762)
  Mercy Seeley Bartlett (1723 - 1776)
  Hannah Jane Sayre Bartlett (1758 - 1801)*
  Winchie Bartlett*
  William Bartlett (1780 - 1850)*
  Hannah Elizabeth Bartlett Hendy (1785 - 1839)*
  Sally Bartlett (1787 - ____)*
  Sarah Bartlett (1789 - 1838)*
  Susanna Bartlett Hendy (1792 - 1840)*
  James Bartlett (1792 - 1871)*
  Jefferson Bartlett (1799 - 1853)*
  John Sayre Bartlett (1799 - 1865)*
  Warren Bartlett (1804 - 1880)*
  Hannah Bartlett (1750 - 1750)*
  Samuel Bartlett (1754 - ____)*
  Haynes Bartlett (1757 - 1841)*
  Ebenezer Seeley Bartlett (1759 - 1838)
  Mary Bartlett Seeley (1761 - 1838)*
*Calculated relationship
York Cemetery
Clark County
Illinois, USA
Maintained by: Lynne Sherer Sitkiewicz
Originally Created by: Bev
Record added: Sep 04, 2004
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Ebenezer Seeley Bartlett
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- Amy Wolfe
 Added: Mar. 1, 2016
How, oh how, can I get copies of what is in that manual. This is my great, great, great, great grandfather.Ebenezer to James to Ebenezer to Hannah Marilla to Vorice True to Alice Lenore, to me. I'm on fb where you can message me.
- Shirley Walson
 Added: Oct. 22, 2014
Roses from my garden for my 4th Great Grandfather. Wish I could have sat and talked with you about your life and your experience in the Revolutionary War. Thank you for your service.
- Patti Bartlett
 Added: Sep. 24, 2014
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