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Charles W. Bartlett (1858 - 1933)

Charles W. Bartlett
Born in New Hampshire, United Statesmap
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Husband of — married 22 Dec 1887 in Northfield, New Hampshiremap
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Died at age 75 in Hartford, Connecticutmap
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Born in East Kingston, NH, circa 1859.

These anonymous comments were left on the Public Bulletin Board (probably by Sharon Murray): "The 1910 Census lists the family in Hagerstown, MD where Charles W. was a pipemaker and George W. was a drugstore salesman. The family originally resided in New Hampshire and finally ended up in Hartford CT where, at age 71, Charles W. was a nightwatchman in a factory and Aunt Ruth was a comptometrist for an insurance company. There was a granddaughter listed on the census as residing with them in 1930 Amelia J. No further evidence of Amelia J. Both Aunt Ruth and Uncle Brock were single in 1930."

Married "Georgie A. Short" on Dec. 22, 1887. [1]

Charles W. and Georgeanna had six children:

  1. Ethel H. 1881
  2. Ruby Blanche. 1890
  3. George W. 1891
  4. Ruth M. 1893 (single until death)
  5. Mimi 1894 (died)
  6. Charles B. 1896 (single until death)


  1. "New Hampshire Marriage Records, 1637-1947," database with images, FamilySearch ( : 12 December 2014), Sylvester Bartlett in entry for Chas W Bartlett and Georgie A Short, 22 Dec 1887; citing Northfield, , New Hampshire, Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics, Concord; FHL microfilm 1,000,968.

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Becky, Sylvester Bartlett descendent here. Was wondering if you found anything on Maria's son Charles W. who is my descendent. I have that that other three sons were hired out as farm hands according to 1870 census, but can't find out what happened to Charles W. His occupation changes from carpenter to needle maker to organ pipe fitter on various census and the family moved from East Kingston (where the family has been since early 1600s) to Hagerstown, MD.

Any info appreciated. Sharyn Murray

Feb 2011

posted by Becky (Nally) Syphers

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