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Victor E. Bartlett, WW1 Vet
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  MARCH 19, 1919
Victor E. Bartlett


Mansfield Boy Home After Serving With the Medical Corps Overseas.  Makes Four Trips to the Front.

Victor E. Bartlett, son of Mrs. Mary e. Bartlett of this boro, has returned from service overseas and has been spending some time with relatives and friends before returning to Hornell, New York, where he was employed prior to his induction into the service on September 13, 1917.  Victor was trained at Camp Dix, N. J., and was connected with the medical corps.   July 13, 1918, he

Personal History from the files of Sullivan-Rutland Genealogy Project of Joyce M. Tice
1.  Victor Everitt1 Bartlett, son of Byron Bartlett and Mary Eliza Everitt, (#54553) birth date unknown.  Individual flags: WW1.   He married twice.  He married Gertrude Starkey *.  (Gertrude Starkey* is #55364.)  He married Julia Kanyon *.  (Julia Kanyon* is #55363.)

      Victor Everitt Bartlett and Julia Kanyon* had the following children:

      2  i.  Ruth Lucille2 Bartlett (#54556).
      3  ii.  Byron Herbert Bartlett (#54557).
      4  iii.  Paul Kenyon Bartlett (#54558).

 Victor Everitt Bartlett and Gertrude Starkey* had the following child:

      5  iv.  Henry Starkey Bartlett (#55365).  Is this same person as Henry Starkey Bartlett Fick, son of Victor's sister Valeda? Possibly adopted by Valeda.

 Subj:  Victor Everitt Bartlett
Date:  05/28/2004 10:54:46 AM Eastern Daylight Time
From: (Kathy E)

WWI veteran.  I just read your page about Victor and I have more information.  Victor was my husband's grandfather.  His first wife was Florence Genevieve
Starkey.  She died giving birth to Victor's first son who was Henry Starkey Bartlett and yes, he was adopted by Valeda, Victor's sister.  The year of her death was
1916.  She is buried in Oakwood cemetery, Mansfield, and her son Henry is also buried there.   His name when he died was Henry Starkey Bartlett Fick.
He died in 1942 after marrying Martha Steinhilper of Elmira in a trucking accident while helping to build Sampson Naval Base in Seneca County. They had one son, Jack Starkey Fick.  He is my husband.  I have pictures to send, but I am awaiting my new computer to do this.
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By Joyce M. Tice

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