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Maj William Chambers Bartlett
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Birth: Jun. 2, 1839
West Point
Orange County
New York, USA
Death: Jul. 27, 1908
Addison County
Vermont, USA

Fortieth Annual Reunion Of The Association of the Graduates Of The United States Military Academy At West Point, New York
June 10th, 1909
William C. Bartlett
No. 1986. Class of 1862.
Died July 27, 1908, at Larrabee's Point, Vermont, aged 69.
Major William C. Bartlett, United States Army, retired, brevet Brigadier General, United States Volunteers, whose death on July 27, at Larrabee's Point, Addison, Vermont, was noted last week, was a son of the late Professor W.H.C. Bartlett, United States Army and was born at West Point June 2, 1839. He entered the Military Academy in 1858 and was graduated as a Second Lieutenant in the Third Artillery in 1862. He immediately went to the front, being engaged in the Virginia, Peninsular and Maryland campaigns, taking part in the Battle of Antietam. For his gallantry in that battle he received the brevet of First Lieutenant. Captain Bartlett also served in the Rappahannock Campaign, being in the Battle of Fredericksburg and also taking part in the action at Campbell's Station in the East Tennessee Campaign. He received the brevet of Captain for his services in that action. He was appointed aide-de-camp of volunteers on the staff of Major General Schofield, commanding the Army of Ohio, in March 1864 and also took part in the Georgia Campaign, being In the Battle of Atlanta. Another brevet was conferred upon Captain Bartlett in 1864, that of Major, for his bravery in the Atlanta Campaign. He was promoted to First Lieutenant in October 1864 and was appointed Lieutenant Colonel of the Second North Carolina Mounted Volunteer Infantry in November of that year. He was brevetted Brigadier General of volunteers in March 1865 for meritorious services. He was transferred to the Third Infantry in 1872 and was made a Captain in 1885 and was placed on the retired list at his own request in 1892. Army and Navy Journal. 
Family links: 
  William Holmes Chambers Bartlett (1804 - 1893)
  Harriet Whitehorne Bartlett (1812 - 1901)
  Josephine Warren Bartlett (1852 - 1939)*
  Everett Warren Bartlett (1884 - 1949)*
  Harriet Whitehorn Bartlett Schofield (1833 - 1888)*
  Charles Gratiot Bartlett (1835 - 1901)*
  William Chambers Bartlett (1839 - 1908)
  Neva Bartlett Carling (1840 - 1928)*
  Samuel Whitehorne Bartlett (1847 - 1848)*
  Edward Courtenay Bartlett (1849 - 1892)*
  Frederick Eugene Bartlett (1852 - 1911)*
*Calculated relationship
United States Military Academy Post Cemetery
West Point
Orange County
New York, USA
Plot: Section XXIV, Row O.
Created by: SLGMSD
Record added: Sep 04, 2010
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 Added: Jan. 14, 2015
In respect and honor.
- PJH / Angelbird
 Added: Aug. 8, 2014
Sending you some Love from your Great Granddaughter. R.I.P
- lisa waterman
 Added: Aug. 8, 2014
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