Jersey Company Member Record
Charles Russell Bartlett
Month Joined:
February 1915
Age (1915)
Jersey Militia Unit
Rank (1915)
Royal Irish Rifles No.
Hampshire Regt. No.
23 Church of England Town Battalion Lance Corporal 4068 N/A
Personal History    
The son of Charles and Justine, of Wesley Street, St Helier. Prior to the war he was married, living in Simon Place, St Helier, and worked for a Mr J Terry.

He trained in Ireland and Aldershot before going to the front with the Jersey Company in December 1915. In June 1916, he sent a letter to the Evening Post offering thanks for some recently received gifts from home. A few days later, while serving on a 'Ration Party', he was killed. Buried by CSM Le Breton in Loos Cemetery, Major Stocker subsequently wrote to his wife, who was very ill at the time, to say that 'He was a good soldier and next for promotion to Corporal'.


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Photo Source(s)
Date of Death:
16 June 1916
Grave Photo
Cemetery / Memorial Photo
St Patrick's Cemetery, Loos
Grave / Memorial Reference:
III. B. 27.