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Alfred James Bartlett

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Alfred James Bartlett (c1888-1931), sales superintendent of Petters


1932 Obituary [1]

THE death is announced of Mr. A. J. Bartlett, the sales superintendent of Petters Ltd., Oil Engine Manufacturers, of Yeovil, as having occurred on December 26th after a short illness.

Mr. Bartlett, who was only forty-three years of age, had been connected with the firm for over twenty years, and was a well-known and popular figure at leading agricultural shows and exhibitions.


1932 Obituary[2]

"The Late Mr. A. J. Bartlett.— We regret to record the death, which occurred after a short illness, on December 26, of Mr. A. J. Bartlett, sales superintendent of Messrs. Petters Limited, oil-engine manufacturers, Yeovil. Mr. Bartlett, who was only 43 years of age, had been connected with Messrs. Petters for over 20 years and was a well-known figure at leading agricultural shows and exhibitions."


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