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Who is 'they'? You sent me a SAC which said,
"She was the daughter of Preston Chandler and Bathsheba Shurtleff."
When I questioned her maiden name you responded on my profile page:
"She was the daughter of Preston Chandler and Bathsheba Ann Bartlett."
I'd appreciate you rechecking this before I add it to the memorial erroneously.
Added by a2 on Jul 20, 2014 6:49 AM
According to the SAC her mother was Bathsheba Shurtleff.
Added by a2 on Jul 19, 2014 4:04 PM
Hi - is her maiden name Chandler or is Chandler her Dad's middle name. Thanks!
Added by a2 on Jul 19, 2014 3:54 PM
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please add this too his bio on his page
Name: George Thomas BARTLETT
Change Date: 10 JAN 2008
Birth: 09 SEP 1830 in Smyrna, Williamson, TN
Death: 22 JAN 1897 in Poplar Bluff, Butler County, MO
Burial: Catholic Cemetery, Poplar Bluff, Butler County, MO
A GROWING TOWN
On the corrner of Main street and Pine is located the office of the Poplar Bluff Citizen. In 1869 this paper was established under the name of the Black River News, and edited by Drs. G.L. Poplin and G.T. Bartlett. Shortly after its establishment Dr. Bartlett withdrew, and under the name of "Poplin's Black River News" the paper braved the tempest--journalistic--for several years until 1874, when W.T. Kitchens and George H. Kelly took charge of the concern and changed the name to "The Headlight." Subsequently Kitchens' interest was purchase by Andrew Giboney, and again the title of the journal was changed to the "Bluff Citizen." In 1877 George H. Crumb took charge of the paper, and altered the name so as to read "Poplar Bluff Citizen."
George T. Bartlett, M. D., the subject of this sketch, was born September 9th, 1830, at a parsonage called Smyrna, Davidson county, Tennessee, and was raised in Williamson county, Tennessee until twelve years of age, when his parents moved to the state of Arkansas. He received a common school education at Cane Hill College and other schools, and then began the study of medicine in 1854, and graduated at the Nashville Medical College in 1857.
After leaving college Dr. Bartlett moved to Springfield, Tenn., and afterwards located in Dunklin county, Missouri, where in 1861 he joined the first regiment of M. S. G., of which regiment he became Assistant Surgeon and was later promoted to full Surgeonship. On the disbandment of the State troops the Doctor went with Gen. Jeff. Thompson, to Memphis, as Surgeon and Medical Purveyor, consigned to duty on the fleet at Fort Pillow, after which he was promoted to the position of Brigade Surgeon.
Dr. Bartlett played quite an important part in the late unpleasantness, being in the renowned Marmaduke raid with Colonel Kitchens and General Jeff. Thompson and also on the famous raid of Sterling Price. The Doctor moved to Poplar Bluff in November 1865 where he has since remained. In 1879 Gov. Phelps commissioned him as a Regent of the Cape Girardeau Normal School, and in July, 1883, he received a commission from Governor Crittenden as a member of the State Board of Health. For the last ten years his attention has been confined to the practice of Medicine and Surgery, the latter being his stronghold. As a surgeon he has no equal in this section of the state, and few superiors elsewhere. He is a hard-working student and a lover of his profession. He is 53 years of age, is slightly grey but enjoys good health. He has a good practice and has performed some wonderful cures through his skill with the knife.
Note: Deem, David Bruce, HISTORY OF BUTLER COUNTY MISSOURI, p. 123-124 DEATH: Deem, p. 124. GOODSPEED'S HISTORY OF SOUTHEAST MISSOURI, p. 1065 OCCUPATION: Physician He attended Nashville Medical College and began practice at Springfield, TN. He married there Mary Glover who was visiting from St. Louis County, MO.
Note: moved in 1861 to Dunklin County, MO where he enlisted in the First Missouri Confederate State Guards and was eventually promoted to surgeon in charge of a hospital at New Madrid. In 1862 he had charge of the hospital at Fort Pillow.
Note: He was chief of the medical staff of the hospital. He was transferred to the department under Gen Hindman and then returned home with a disability. He was a prisoner at St. Louis and exchanged at Little Rock. He was again taken prisoner at Ironton Hospital and was taken to Richmond and exchanged. He again served in the medical department.
Note: began medical practice at Poplar Bluff, Butler Co. MO. In 1883 he was appointed to the State Board of Health and was three times on the board of regents of Cape Girardeau Normal School.
Note: When the United Confederate Veterans organized in Poplar Bluff on Mar 30, 1896, Dr. G. T. Bartlett was listed as Surgeon, 7th MO Cavalry. Deems p. 103
Note: In Poplar Bluff in 1869 Black River Seminary was established with Dr. G. T. Bartlett as one of the trustees. Deem p. 79.
Note: He built a large 3 story house in Poplar Bluff, the first brick house in town. There were also 4 sons who all died in infancy.
Education: at Cane Hill College and in 1856 he went to Nashville Medical College where he graduated in 1857.
Note: set up his first medical practice in Springfield, TN. They moved to Dunklin County, Missouri in 1861.
Note: Goodspeed's History of South East Missouri states that there were 8 children. Only 5 have been found and one of those, William, was found only on the 1870 census.
On the 1860 census of Robertson Co. TN
G. T. Bartlett 29 physician b. TN[ancestry.com indexes him as G. S. Burtell]
M. M. 21 b. NC
M. P. 1 b. TN
T W. Spain 45 b. VA carpenter
He was already well to do in 1860 as he listed real estate valued at $2000 and personal property valued at $6860.
Note: Notes of Ibel Hope indicate there were two other sons who died in infancy and are buried in the same grave with their grandmother Amanda Porter Bartlett in Poplar Bluff.
Note: On the 1880 census he is listed as George F. Barllett rather than George T. Bartlett.
Note: G. T. Bartlett and G. L. Poplin established the first newspaper in Poplar Bluff in 1869. Initially called the Black River News, the name soon changed to Poplin's Black River News when Bartlett ceased his connection to the enterprise.
Father: Joseph Shurtleff BARTLETT b: 14 APR 1796 in Kingston, Plymouth County, MA
Mother: Amanda F. PORTER b: 11 APR 1809 in TN
Marriage 1 Mary Mitchell GLOVER b: 04 FEB 1839
Married: 12 AUG 1857 in Springfield, Robertson, TN
Mary Pauline BARTLETT b: 16 MAR 1858 in Springfield, Robertson Co., TN
George Thomas BARTLETT b: 30 MAR 1861 in Vineyard Twp., Washington Co., AR
Amanda Medora "Dora" BARTLETT b: 26 FEB 1863 in Poplar Bluff, Butler Co., MO
Lulu Welch BARTLETT b: 20 FEB 1864 in Crowley Ridge, Greene Co., AR
Fredonia "Dona" BARTLETT b: 20 FEB 1866 in Poplar Bluff, Butler County, MO
William Joseph BARTLETT b: 12 JUL 1868 in Poplar Bluff, Butler Co., MO