Load bearing walls need to be evaluated by someone who is experienced...and actually standing in the house. That is the easiest, safest way to figure out if you have a load bearing wall. Within a structure you never know where a point load is. Something else could be carrying the weight of something it was never designed to carry.Then you remove it and the rest is a hospital memory...or worse.
This comes from over 25 years of experience as a high end re modeler of antique homes. And as a licenced home inspector and educator around the country. It is not that I know it all...But I do know what not to do, that is telling someone over these forums what to look for in a bearing wall. I might as when tell you how to change your electrical service while we are at it.
I am not trying to create an issue with this subject, I just remember covering this issue so much that we all should be on the same page.
You need an engineer , or other licenced , educated professional.
Climbing down from soapbox.....thanks for listening.