Joan Bartlett
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Joan Bartlett

Catholic Housing Activist and Foundress
Female
Born Aug 1, 1911

Dame Joan Bartlett, S.S.I. , O.B.E. , D.S.G. , was a prominent British convert to the Roman Catholic Church and the foundress of the Servite Secular Institute (S.S.I.). During World War II Bartlett worked in the European Broadcasting division of the BBC, and at night was a Commandant of the Red Cross. She converted to Roman Catholicism in 1941, becoming a Servite tertiary.… Read More

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CHILDHOOD

1911 Birth Born in 1911.

THIRTIES

1941 30 Years Old During WWII Bartlett worked in the European Broadcasting division of the BBC, and at night was a Commandant of the Red Cross. She converted to Roman Catholicism in 1941, becoming a Servite (Servant of Mary) Tertiary. … Read More

LATE ADULTHOOD

2002 91 Years Old Died in 2002.
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