Bartolette, Charles

Bartolette, Charles, a Baptist minister, was born in Lower Dublin, Pa., in 1783. He pursued his theological studies with Rev. Dr. Samuel Jones; having completed which, he accepted a call to become the pastor of the Church at Flemington, N. J. Under his long and useful ministry the Church enjoyed a large measure of spiritual prosperity. For thirty-six years he was the pastor of the sole Church which he served in that relation, and retired from active service only because of failing health.He removed his membership after his resignation to the Tenth Church in Philadelphia, in whose communion he died, in 1853. See Minutes of Philadelphia Baptist Association, 1853, p. 20. (J. C. S.)

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