Martin

Martin

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Samuel G. Martin and Cynthia Riley marry January 1840 in Greene County, Missouri.



1840 Federal Census

Greene County, Missouri

1850 Federal Census

Taylor Township, Greene County, Missouri, 1518-1518, November 15, 1850
District No. 45, Ozark County, Missouri, p. 4, 39-39, September 4, 1850
Robert Andrew Martin - District No. 45, Ozark County, Missouri, September 4, 1850




"Samuel Martin's Lost Tombstone", Early Ozark Martins, p. 143-145




1860 Federal Census

Jackson Township, Greene County, Missouri, 416-438 416-439 At the same house:



Civil War is declared April 12, 1861.

Robert Martin enlists with the Missouri Volunteer Infantry, United States Army and dies November 3, 1864.

Robert E. Lee surrenders at Appomattox, Virginia on April 9, 1865.




1870 Federal Census

Taylor Township, Greene County, Missouri, 147-146


Samuel Martin dies.



1880 Federal Census

Taylor Township, Greene County, Missouri, 279, June, 1880
Taylor Township, Greene County, Missouri, 280


Cynthia Martin dies.




John Andrew Martin and Laura Holmes marry May 26, 1889 in Webster County, Missouri.




John Andrew Martin * - 1900 Census Bridges Township, Ozark County, Missouri, E.D. 92, Sheet 17, 214-218


1910 Federal Census

Bridges Township, Ozark County, Missouri, E.D. ---, Sheet 11, 198-201


Hattie Blyth - Bridges Township, Ozark County, Missouri




S. F. Martin and Ollie M. Harper marry in Ozark County, Missouri on October 29, 1911.




John Martin dies September 6, 1915 in Gainesville, Bridges Township, Ozark County, Missouri and is buried in New Hope Cemetery, Mammoth, Missouri.




Anna Elizabeth Martin and James Frederick Woodward marry in Wagoner County, Oklahoma, on September 22, 1917.




World War Registration Card - June 5, 1917

Charley Lee Martin of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, was born January 30, 1894 in Springfield, Missouri. He is single and works as a farmer, 10 1/2 miles east of Broken Arrow for Ed Halsel.




World War Registration Card - June 5, 1917

John Ross Martin of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, was born February 1, 1896 in Springfield, Missouri. He is single and supports his mother and sister as a farmer who works for himself 8 miles north of Coweta.




World War Registration Card - June 5, 1917

James Floyd Martin of R.F.D., Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, was born March 11, 1900. He is 18 years old and a farmer. His nearest relative is Laura Martin at R.F.D., Broken Arrow, Wagoner County, Oklahoma.




World War Registration Card - September 12, 1918

William McKinley Martin of R.F.D, Broken Arrow, Wagoner County, Oklahoma, was born November 12, 1898. He is 20 years old and a farmer. His nearest relative is Lara (sic) Martin at R.F.D, Broken Arrow, Wagoner County, Oklahoma.




1920 Federal Census

Coal Creek Township, S.D. 2, FM-45-46, January 19, 20, 1920

Hattie E Blythe - Coal Creek Township, Wagoner County, Oklahoma, January 27 / 28, 1920

Fred Martin - Bridges Township, Ozark County, Missouri, January 9, 1920

Alie (sic) Woodward * - Coal Creek Township, Wagoner County, Oklahoma, June 20, 1920


1930 Federal Census

Hattie E Blythe - Shahom Township, Coweta County, Oklahoma, April 4, 1930

Samual F Martin - Township Road, Lone Star Township, Wagoner County, Oklahoma, April 10, 1930

Lee C. Martin - lives with his brother, Floyd, at Coal Creek, Wagoner County, Oklahoma

John R Martin - Township Road, Coal Creek Township, Wagoner County, Oklahoma, April 13, 1930

Willie Wm.? Martin - Sycamore Township, Montgomery County, Kansas, April 16 & 17, 1930

James F Martin - Coal Creek, Wagoner County, Oklahoma, April 16, 1930

Ollie Woodward * - Coal Creek, Wagoner County, Oklahoma, April 12, 1930

Elsie Woodward - Division Street, Coweta Township, Wagoner County, Oklahoma, April 2, 1930




Laura Josephine Martin dies October 17, 1931 in Adams Creek Township, Wagoner County, Oklahoma and is buried in Vernon Cemetery, Coweta, Oklahoma.



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