Finding aid for the Bartlett and McKee Family Papers

Repository: Western Reserve Historical Society
Creator: Bartlett and McKee Family
Title: Bartlett and McKee Family Papers
Dates: 1863-1939
Extent: 0.10 linear feet (1 container)
Abstract: Elizabeth G. Bartlett and her sons, Frederick J. and John, immigrated to Ohio from England in the 1840s. Frederick's daughter Myrtle married Stansbury McKee, while another daughter, Jane, became a teacher in Gypsum, Ohio. His third daughter, Hallie, married Charles Hurd of Elyria, Ohio. John Bartlett and Stansbury McKee were Union soldiers in the American Civil War. Bartlett died at Nashville in 1864. The collection consists of correspondence and naturalization papers of Frederick J. Bartlett, correspondence of Elizabeth G. Bartlett concerning her son John's Civil War death benefits, correspondence of Jane Bartlett concerning her teaching position, an autograph book and correspondence of Hallie Bartlett Hurd, and pension applications and affidavits of Stansbury and Myrtle McKee, related to his Civil War service.
MS Number MS 3749
Location: closed stacks
Language: The records are in English