Military Service of the Men & Women of Bartlett:  Members are celebrating our military heritage by collecting information on the military service of the men and women of Bartlett who have served our country. Please CLICK HERE for a form to submit info on your Bartlett veteran. It will open in a new window.
Continuing with the theme of the year “Images from the Villages,“ the society will once again be selling the Historic Bartlett Schoolhouses Afghan.  Six of the schoolhouse images on this afghan no longer exist, two still exist but as other than schools, and the center medallion represents the current school. An image of the afghan and an order form can be found on the website by clicking on the links just above.  Please support the society with the purchase of one or more of these historic afghans.
2009-10 On-going Projects
Life, Legends & Lore - Village Voices: The Society’s oral history project began in 2006 to record the remembrances and recollections of those who lived in the villages of Bartlett.  Through the end of 2008 our members have recorded 29 individuals who grew up in Bartlett.  This is an on-going project which will continue until we have exhausted the supply of individuals willing to participate.
CEMETERY RESEARCH, CEMETERYS IN BARTLETT

Saint Josephs)
Intervale Dinsmore)
Dundee, (partly in Jackson)
Glen (only town-owned cemetery)
Bartlett Village (Garland Ridge, Rogers)
Hill (West Side Road)
Cobb - Crawford Notch Rd
Bits and Pieces

Marion J. Morton
Mother of area man

Marion J. Morton, 69, of Whitman Wood, North Conway died Friday July 4, 2003 at Frisbie Memorial Hospital in Rochester. Born July 12, 1933 in Bartlett she was the daughter of the late Archibald and Dorothy (Stocker) Ainsworth. Marion was a life long resident of the Bartlett, North Conway area. She was last employed at the Memorial Hospital in North Conway. She was a member of the Bartlett Congregational Church, and was the regional president of the VFW Auxiliary of Bartlett and long time member. Survivors include two sons, Russell Morton of Barrington and Aaron Morton of Alton; two brothers, Archie and Willard Ainsworth of Bartlett; one sister, Mrs. Robert Agnus Judge of Pittsburg; six grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. A memorial service was held July 18, 2003 at the Bartlett Congregational Church, Bartlett. Arrangements were under the direction of Purdy Memorial Chapel.

Cemetery Mapping and Indexing:

Another BHS on-going project where members are mapping the cemeteries and recording the stones therein. This project is very time consuming, but its importance to the history of Bartlett cannot be over-stated. Bartlett Families and their history and genealogy: The goal of this project is to celebrate our families. We are accomplishing this goal by using the families in the 1900 census and researching forward and backward from that point to record family genealogical information. We are curr
From the UNH Magazine Publication, Obituary: Earle Chandler

Earle Chandler '35 of Wilmot, N.H., died on March 12, 2005.  At UNH, Chandler was captain of the ski team and earned a B.S. degree in business. After graduation, he worked for the U.S. Forest Service, later returning to run  the family farm in Bartlett, N.H.,  and to work in the forestry and lumber business on his own. He continued his recreational pursuits as a volunteer ski coach at Laconia High School, served as a selectman and was elected to the first of four House terms in 1955. Chandler moved to Wilmot in the early '60s when he was hired to design and oversee the construction of the Ragged Mountain Ski Area. He remained active as a selectman there for 27 years and continued to combine his interests in skiing, farming and politics. He is survived by his wife, Alice; sons Earle Jr., Charles '68 and Gene Chandler; daughters Dorothy Prats and Mikell Perry '72; 10 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren.
ently working on compiling an alphabetical listing of the Bartlett U. S. Census records for the years 1850 to 1930. The resources from the census records, the gravestone inscriptions, and vital records, as well as resources from those who have or who currently are, researching their families and who are willing to share their research with us, are vital to the success of this project.
 
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