Surnames/tags: bartlett_texas us_history People_of
The goal of this project is to list the information and profiles pertaining to the People of Bartlett, Texas.
Editor`s Note: Because Bartlett, Texas sits on the County line of Bell and Williamson County, I have provided a category link to Williamson County is well.
Right now this project just has only a few members join us. I am Jon P Czarowitz.
- Leader of Texas Project is Mary Richardson
- Leaders for US_History are Allison Andrus and Abby Glann
Here are some of the tasks that I think need to be done. I'll be working on them, and could use your help.
The overall goals of the US History Project are to create and develop profiles on WikiTree for those who lived in the state of Texas. To gather all sources on Texas in one place. To meet these goals: Will you join me? Please post a comment here on this page, in G2G using the project tag, or send me a private message. Thanks! Jon P Czarowitz.
Bartlett was the hub of the surrounding locations. Where it once was a thriving railroad hub, it has gone to be a small town hub for the Recycled Wares of Days Gone By.* We are having the benefit of One Name Studies now under way: They are Bartlett Name Study; Cline Name Study; and Hempel Name Study. The one just starting is the Cline Name Study, Which is Bell and Williamson counties. When he was flooded out in the southern area, he moved his family north of town. His name was Sylvester Cline. Another family, although we have not started a One Name Study, is the Stockton Family. Learning that there is a Stockton Family Cemetery in Bartlett has made this information gathering much easier. A town without good water cannot survive. One man I met in my annual visits to Bartlett was
I will introduce you to some of these fine people of Bartlett, Texas. I might add that these families are not in any order. If you have info that pertains to a family, let me know. Each family has a lot number which I can add to the names and dates on here.
- 037 Our first family is the Rudasill Family with John Wood Rudasill and wife Ardella 'Della' (Swindler) Rudasill. also in Lot # 037 are: Daughter, Mary Pearl (Rudasill) Bolding; Daughter, Susie Rudasill; Son, Clyde Rudasill; and Son, Aubrey, or 'A' Rudasill. If you have birth locations, let me know. Also if you know the parents of John Wood Rudasill so we can connect them to the Wikitree.
- 021 Our next Family is the Cline Family with Oceola R Cline and wife Jemima (Patterson) Cline. Also in the Lot # 21 are Son, Ollie Cline and Ollie's wife, Helen (Blaschke) Cline and their infant daughter, Ollie Dene Cline. With the Family in Lot # 021 are Son, Clarence Cline; Son, Oscar P Cline; and Daughter, Myrtle (Cline) Messer; Daughter of Myrtle, [[Messer-915|Dorothy Jemima (Messer) Kosub], Dorothy's brother Arthur Warren Messer was buried in Lot # 174. He had died of pneumonia and was buried separately from his Mother. He only lacked a few days of being 5 years old. Also we have Oceola's brother William Pickney Cline and his wife Belven Lockwood (Daniel) Cline buried in Cline Lot # 226 in Bartlett City Cemetery, Bartlett, Williamson County, Texas, United States of America.
- [[[Space:Bartlett_City_Cemetery%2C_Bartlett%2C_Texas|Space|page for Bartlett City Cemetery]]] (Work in Progress - long term, but you can look)
- Note * The work of providing profiles for those in Bartlett City Cemetery is no speedy task with over 2300 burials. This space page is the result of finding of Families gathered in one or two lots together, plus several One Name Studies now in progress in the Bartlett area. Those are: 'Bartlett', 'Cline', and 'Hempel' One Name Studies (In Progress). There is a large gathering of these names in the Bartlett Area. Those listed lived and/or did business in Bartlett, Texas.
Bartlett was the hub of the surrounding locations. Where it once was a thriving railroad hub, it has gone to be a small town hub for the Recycled Wares of Days Gone By.* The City of Bartlett was kind enough to provide me with lists of burials by name, by lot number and by an alphabetical pictorial listing of those buried in the Bartlett City Cemetery. At the time of these, GPS was too new to be included. I have taken on the task of combining these lists with the Wikitree profiles of those buried there. (In Progress) Join me in the task of honoring this wonderful city of our ancestors, Bartlett, Texas. Jon P Czarowitz