|Birth: ||Aug. 12, 1842|
|Death: ||Mar. 6, 1914|
Edward Jarvis Bartlett (1842-1914) of Concord, Mass., was one of nine childrenborn to Dr. Josiah Bartlett and his wife Martha Tilden Bradford Bartlett. Edward Jarvis Bartlett ("Ned") lived and worked in Boston in 1860, enlisted in Company F, Forty-Fourth Massachusetts Infantry, in 1862. While a soldier, Ned corresponded regularly with family members to assure them of his safety. After serving the term of his enlistment, he recruited for the black regiments. In 1864, he went to Washington to assist the Sanitary Commission, and was commissioned as Second Lieutenant in Company E, Fifth Massachusetts Cavalry (a black regiment). In the Spring of 1865, the Fifth Cavalry left Richmond to join Grant's army; they were afterward ordered to Texas. Ned later returned to the Sanitary Commission. Annie Bartlett never married; Edward married Sarah Flagg French in 1873. He was a member of the Social Circle in Concord.
Sarah Flagg French Bartlett (1846 - 1883)*
William Bradford Bartlett (1880 - 1960)*
Created by: Maxine Kravitz
Record added: Aug 26, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 96032957