Bartlett, Florence Emily Fortune

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Bartlett, Florence Emily Fortune

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1873-19 December 1957

History

Mrs. Florence Emily Fortune Bartlett was born in Swindown, Wiltshire, England, one of seven sisters. She was brought up in Bath, Somersetshire, and after her marriage to Thomas Edward Lear Bartlett, the couple moved to Plymouth, Deveon. During World War I, she served as a nurse with the American YMCA in Plymouth. She lost her husband during the 1920 flu epidemic in England. Her son Thomas Alan also died of flu in 1926. She emigrated to Canada in 1932 with her three remaining sons, settling in the Fallingbrook district.
She moved to Pickering in 1947 and died there on 19 December 1957 at the age of 84.

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ON00370

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Dates of creation, revision and deletion

2014/11/09 Anna St.Onge Basic authority record

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  • English

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  • Latin

Sources

Obituaries in Toronto Telegram, Pickering newspapers.

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