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Amander H Bartlett
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Birth: Sep. 28, 1829
Cattaraugus County
New York, USA
Death: Apr. 24, 1902
Freeborn County
Minnesota, USA

Amander H. Bartlett son of Ira A. Ransom Bartlett and Susan "Conrad" Bartlett. Born 28 Sept 1829, Cherry Creek, Chautauqua, New York; Died 24 Apr 1902, Freeborn County, Minnesota. Amander married Anna Deloris Peet daughter of Levi Peet and Eunice "Carpenter" Peet.

Amander and Anna had the following children:

1. Samuel
2. Ida
3. Jay
4. Eva

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Extracted from:
The History of Freeborn County, Minnesota- 1911 H.C. Cooper Jr. & Co. Chicago, Illinois
Compiled by: Franklyn Curtiss-Wedge

Amander H. Bartlett, pioneer of Shell Rock, now deceased, was born in New York, September 28, 1829. He attended school in New York, and when but sixteen years of age began teaching. Later he entered the Arcade Academy, where he remained for two years. In 1852, he made an overland trip to California, which consumed a period of 117 days. He spent two years there, after which he returned to New York, but soon left his home state and came, west to Iowa. In 1856, Mr. Bartlett came to Minnesota and located at Glenville and purchased land of J. W. Smith. Some time later in company with Messrs. Elsworth and Phillips, he laid out and platted Shell Rock City, now Glenville. Having previously taken up the study of law, Mr. Bartlett followed this profession for a short time in this county, after which he engaged in other occupations. He erected the first steam saw mill in the township, and operated it for two years, and he also dealt in real estate. During the Civil War, he was provost marshal, and after the close of the struggle, he went to Albert Lea and engaged in the farm implement business. In 1857, Mr. Bartlett was delegate to the last Territorial Legislature, and also the first State Legislature, and he held the office of probate judge for several terms. He married Ann D. Peet, of New York, and to them were born four children of whom Samuel C. is at home with the mother; Ida married Moses Lemons, of North Dakota; Jay is a prosperous hardware merchant of Glenville, Eva is the wife of Charles R. Beattie, of Glenville. Mr. Bartlett's useful life came to a close on April 24, 1902, and his widow and children survive him.
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Extracted from:
The History of Freeborn County, Minnesota
1911
H.C. Cooper Jr. & Co.
Chicago, Illinois
Compiled by: Franklyn Curtiss-Wedge
Page 187

1902
April 24, A. H. Bartlett died at Glenville. He was born in New York and settled in Freeborn County in 1856. He platted the village of Shell Rock city, now Glenville; was admitted to practice law in 1860; sat in the Minnesota legislature 1857-1858; was probate judge of the county, and for a score of years served as justice of the peace.
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Family links: 
 Spouse:
  Ann Delocia Peet Bartlett (1832 - 1920)*
 
 Children:
  Ida Bartlett Lemons (1859 - 1924)*
  Jay Bartlett (1861 - 1935)*
  Eva Bartlett Beattie (1868 - 1954)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Inscription:
BARTLETT
Ann D.B., mother, Jan. 3, 1832 - Aug. 10, 1920
A. H. B., father, Sept. 28, 1829 - Apr. 24, 1902

(The above is said to be a very large stone.)
 
Burial:
Greenwood Cemetery
Glenville
Freeborn County
Minnesota, USA
 
Maintained by: patrickinpetoskey
Originally Created by: Mississippi76
Record added: Oct 23, 2013
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Amander H Bartlett
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Amander H Bartlett
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