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Frederick Bethune Bartlett

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Frederick Bethune Bartlett, American bishop. member Executive Board Home Missions Council.; Mason.

Background

Bartlett, Frederick Bethune was born on August 23, 1882 in South Manchester, Connecticut, United States. Son of Bethune James and Elizabeth (Johnson) Bartlett.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Trinity College, Connecticut, 1904, Doctor of Divinity, 1932. Bachelor of Divinity, Episcopal Theological School, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1908. Master of Arts, Harvard, 1911.

Career

Alden. Deacon and priest Protestant Episcopal Church, 1908. Missionary in Oregon, 1908-1910. Vicar Christ Chapel, Brooklyn, New York, 1911-1916.

Rector St. John’s Church, West Hoboken, New Jersey, 1917-1918, St. Mark’s Church, Aberdeen, South Dakot, 1918-1923, St. Philip the Apostle, St. Louis, Missouri, 1923-1925. General secretary National Council Protestant Episcopal Church, 1925-1931. Consecrated bishop of North Dakota, December 16, 1931.

Transferred to Missionary District of Idaho, 1935. Executive secretary Department of Domestic Missions, National Council of Episcopal Church. Member Executive Board Home Missions Council.

Membership

Member Executive Board Home Missions Council.

Connections

Married Jessie Langelle Hale, October 10, 1911.

father:
Bethune James Bartlett

mother:
Elizabeth (Johnson) Bartlett

spouse:
Jessie Langelle Hale