Bartlett, Charles a Methodist Episcopal minister, was born in New York city, July 11, 1821. He professed religion when about eighteen, studied two years at Wesleyan University, and shortly afterwards joined the New York East Conference. He labored diligently until stopped by his last sickness, which was of short duration. He died Nov. 2, 1854. Mr. Bartlett was feeble in constitution, but strong in sociability and spirituality. See Minutes of Annual Conferences, 1855, p. 546.