Biography of Nathan Bartlett
Ukiah Township, Mendocino County, CA Biographies





Nathan Bartlett. Whose portrait will be found in this book, was born in White county, Tennessee, February 12, 1832. When seven years of age his parents moved to Missouri, where the subject of this memoir received his education and lived upon the farm until 1854, at which time he left the parental roof and crossed the plains with ox teams, in company with a gentleman who brought a drove of cattle across. He arrived in Amador county in October, and followed mining for one year, after which he engaged in farming in San Joaquin county for one year, and then returned to Amador; remained only a short time, and in 1858 came to this county and settled on a farm two and one half miles above Ukiah, where he farmed until 1862, when we find him in Nevada, where he resided two years; thence to Sonoma, and after a residence of one year returned to this county and settled on what is known as the Bartlett ranch, located about three miles south east of Ukiah. where he now resides. Is connected in business with his brothers; owning four hundred and eighty acres of farming land where he lives, and also one thousand one hundred acres two miles below on the river, which is used as a sheep ranch. Their farm is considered one of the finest in the valley.

From:
History of Mendocino County, California
Alley, Bowen & Co., Publishers
San Francisco, California 1880


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