BARTLEET Joseph Johnson
Regiment : General List
Service number : 135802
Conflict : WW2
Date of death : 1st January 1947 aged 61
Buried : Redditch (Plymouth Road) Cemetery, Worcestershire, England, Section U.U. Grave 1.
Relatives : Son of Ernest and Rhoda Bartleet of Redditch; husband of Blanche Nellie Bartleet, of Bromley, Kent
Memorial : Redditch War Memorial
104 Lodge Road, Ipsley, Redditch
Ernest Bartleet, head, age 39, ** Fish Hook Maker, born Redditch, Worcestershire
Charlotte R. Bartleet, wife, age 38, born Redditch, Worcestershire
Joseph J. Bartleet, son, age 15, Cycle Parts Worker, born Redditch, Worcestershire
Frederick E. Bartleet, son, age 14, Cycle Parts Polisher, born Redditch, Worcestershire
Eustace J. Bartleet, son, age 12, born Redditch, Worcestershire
Gladys R. Bartleet, daughter, age 8, born Redditch, Worcestershire
Joseph Johnson Bartleet was attested at Worcester as Private 6348 in the Worcestershire Regiment on the 24th July 1901 when he gave his age as 17 years and 10 months. He stated he was born in the parish of St Georges, Redditch and was currently resident in Crabbs Cross, Redditch. He was employed as a Turner at the Eadie Manufacturing Company in Redditch. Joseph was 5 feet 5½ inches tall with a fresh complexion, grey eyes and brown hair.
The birth of Joseph Johnson Bartleet is registered in the March Quarter 1886 under the Bromsgrove Registration District. The marriage of Joseph J. Bartleet to Blanche N. Warner is registered in the September Quarter 1919 under the Elham Registration District. The death of Joseph J. Bartleet, age given as 56, is registered in the March Quarter 1947 under the Uxbridge Registration District.
An article involving Joseph Bartleet, age 16, cycle tool maker, appears in the Worcestershire Chronicle, Saturday 8th February 1902, when he was charged with unlawfully wounding Thomas Chambers at Feckenham on 24th January.