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Mary Pollie Jones Barttlingck
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Birth: Jul., 1857, England
Death: Oct. 25, 1888
Houston
Harris County
Texas, USA

Mary Pollie Jones Barttlingck was born July 1857 in England. Her mother was a widow who had a dry goods store in Galveston Texas.

When she married Alexander Barttlingck January 31, 1876 several Jones signed the wedding certificate, John, Hannah and Will, probably relatives. Nothing else is known of her family.

She had six children, 2 died as infants. Pollie had golden hair that touched the floor. It took two people to put her hair up.

She died at age 31 at the family home on the corner of St. Charles and Prairie Streets in Houston on October 25, 1888 from malarial fever.

She was a devoted wife and mother with a heart full of charity and benevolence 
 
Family links: 
 Spouse:
  Alexander W. R. Barttlingck (1850 - 1904)
 
 Children:
  Maude Agnes Barttlingck Dickson (1878 - 1911)*
  Mary Mathilda Barttlingck Compton (1880 - 1952)*
  Frederick William Barttlingck (1883 - 1957)*
  Perl Sophie Barttlingck Davis (1886 - 1962)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Note: Cemetery records reflect a burial date of Oct 31, 1888
 
Burial:
Washington Cemetery
Houston
Harris County
Texas, USA
Plot: Sect. C, Lot 9
 
Maintained by: Bev
Originally Created by: Robert Hague
Record added: May 28, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 52931768
Mary Pollie <i>Jones</i> Barttlingck
Added by: Bev
 
Mary Pollie <i>Jones</i> Barttlingck
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From your Great Grandchildren
- Bev
 Added: Sep. 3, 2012
May songs of the angels welcome you and guide you along your way. May the smiles of the martyrs greet your own as darkness turns into day. Every fear will be undone and death will be no more, as songs of the angels bring you home before the face of God.
- Robert Hague
 Added: May. 28, 2010
 
 
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