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Maitland Bartlett

Clergyman

Maitland Bartlett, American clergyman. Served with Young Men’s Christian Association in France during World War, 1917-1918. Director or trustee many coms. and church orgns.

Background

Bartlett, Maitland was born on November 8, 1869 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States. Son of Francis Wayland and Mary Jane (Stewart) Bartlett.

Education

Student Princeton Theol.

Career

Ordained ministry Presbyterian Church in United States of America, 1896. Pasto Stella Church, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, 1896-1899. Assistant Pastor First Church, Princeton, New Jersey, 1899-1900.

Stated supply First Church, Princeton, New Jersey, 1900-1906, Laurel Springs, New Jersey, 1906-1907. Pastor Beck Memorial Church, New York City, 1906-1929. Travel in Europe, 1929-1932.

Stated clerk Presbytery of New York, 1932.

Membership

Served with Young Men’s Christian Association in France during World War, 1917-1918. Director or trustee many coms. and church orgns. Clubs: Princeton.

Connections

father:
Francis Wayland Bartlett

mother:
Mary Jane (Stewart) Bartlett