Gertrude Bartlett (1876-1942) was a Canadian poet.


Bartlett was born in New Haven, New York, to Mary Moulton and William Cheever Bartlett. She came to Montreal at 17 and found work in Macdonald and Marsh, the law firm of Sir John A. Macdonald. In 1891 she married English artist John W.C. Taylor, and spent a year in England. The couple had one daughter.

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