Bartlett, Edward 8.aug.1855-7.may.1929 England Hampshire, Petersfield - Sussex, Arundel
organist, professor of music, Fellow of the Royal College of Organist (FRCO), born at Sheep Street in Petersfield, 1857 grew up in Chichester, 1861 together with 6 siblings aged 1 to 12 residing with an adoptive 'mother', the 71 year old widow and parish relief Martha Steed in Chichester in the parish of the Subdeanery, 1870 all the children resided with their own mother (shopkeeper of baskets made by the blind) in Chichester (their father boarded as butler with his employers), 1870 studied organ with John Thomas Parker in Battle Sussex, assistant organist at Chichester Cathedral and organist of the Subdeanery parish church, 1876-1911 private teacher of music and organist of St Nicholas parish church in Arundel, 1890-1929 residing at 2 Sefton Terrace, Maltravers Street in Arundel ; son of butler William Bartlett (Oxfordshire, Wendlebury 30.apr.1815-) and Mary Hunter (Wales, Llanbadarn 1825-) ; 1885 he married Ellen Sarah T (London Bromley-by-Bow 1860-5.feb.1935 Dorset, Bridport) ; son reverend Lindsay Bartlett (Arundel 9.nov.1888-)

Title Parts

[] Eucharist. Hymn
words by Bishop Heber
pub E. Donajowski, London 1888

[] Magnificat and Nunc dimittis in C
pub Hart & Co., London 1889

[] Quadruple chant for the fifteenth evening of the month
pub E. Donajowski, London 1890

[] Impromptu. Voluntary no1. For the american organ or harmonium
pub E. Bartlett, Arundel 1908

[] The Red Cross. Military march for the piano
pub F. Pitman Hart & Co., London 1915

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