|b. 21 April 1719||Guilford Conn||[Hooker1 ]|
|d. 15 March 1773||Guilford Conn||[NEGHR 56:157]|
|m. 8 December 1736||Guilford Conn||[Hooker1 ]|
|b. 20 January 1692||Guilford Conn||[Hooker1 ]|
|d. 15 April 1747||Guilford Conn||[Hooker1 ]|
|m. 8 May 1718||Guilford Conn||[Hooker1 ]|
 Sarah Hooker
|b. 26 February 1690||Guilford Conn||[Hooker1 ]|
|d. 26 January 1769||Guilford Conn||[Hooker1 ]|
|b. 15 December 1665||Guilford Conn||[NEHGR 56:156]|
|d. 14 November 1747||Guilford Conn||[NEHGR 56:156]|
|m. 11 February 1691|
 Concurrence Crane
|b. 21 December 1667|
|d. 9 October 1703||Guilford Conn||[NEHGR 56:156]|
[NEHGR 56:156] Ensign DB inherited his father's homelot and was granted 7 acres in the third division of land in 1692.
|d. 3 August 1669||Guilford Conn||[NEHGR 56:156]|
|m. 14 September 1650||Branford Conn||[NEHGR 56:155] [Botterton]|
 Mary Cruttenden
|d. 10 September 1669||Guilford Conn||[NEHGR 56:156]|
[NEHGR 56:155-6] Deacon George Bartlett is said to have been a brother of John Bartlett who lived at Windsor. He was at Guilford soon after the settlement of the plantation. His name appears as a witness in the first court record 14 August 1645, and it would seem as if he had been there then a considerable time. He seems to have been a man of education and consequence in the community and was frequently a witness in the courts. A freeman 22 May 1648. Homelot was 4.5 acres at the south-west corner of the green. 9 June 1651 elected marshall of the Plantation succeeding Thomas Jones. He succeeded Leete as Secretary of the Plantation on 5 June 1662 and at the same time became one of the deputies to hold the Particular Courts. 23 April 1665 chosen as one of the representatives for Guilford at the General Assembly. 6 July 1665, appointed Lieutenant of the Train Band of Guilford. Sometime between 1660 and 1665. GB and John Fowler were made the first deacons of the Guilford Church. In 1665 he was appointed with Robert Kitchel as commissioner for Guilford and invested with magestrical power. Married by Mr. Samuel Desborough to Mary, daughter of Abraham Cruttenden.
Dewayne E. Perry
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