|Birth: ||Apr. 5, 1788|
|Death: ||Feb. 19, 1866|
OSJ Monday February 19, 1866 - William T. Martin, Esq., one of our oldest and most respected citizens, and father of Mr. Martin, Collector of this District, we regret to announce is dangerously ill. He is afflicted with gradual paralysis, and it is feared cannot recover.
DEATH OF A PROMIMENT CITIZEN-William T. martin, Esq., one of the oldest citizens of Columbus, died at his residence in the city last evening. Mr. Martin had been a resident of the place ever since it made any pretensions to being a town or a city, and was well and favorably known as one of our foremost business men. he served in various county offices, and his long term of service as Justic of the Peace, secured for him that title by which all knew him - "Esquire Martin." The announcement of his death will be recieved with universal regret by the old citizens who have stopped side by side with him through life, and by their children and grandchildren, who have been taught to respect him as one of our best citizens.
Mr. martin was the son of Benjamin and H.M. Martin. Casue of his death was Paralysis, undertaker was H. & Bellows, interment was on February 21, 1866. Interment No. 3246. His funeral took place at two o'clock on Wednesday. (bio by: C. L. Miller)
Matilda Martin Wright (1815 - 1897)*
Green Lawn Cemetery
Plot: Section D, Lot No. 34
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Find A Grave Memorial# 13891067
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Mayor William Thomas MARTIN, son of Benjamin, Sr. MARTIN and Margaret Sarah MANN, was born on 5 Apr 1788 in Nr Juniata Cross, Bedford, Pennsylvania, died on 19 Feb 1866 in Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio at age 77, and was buried on 20 Feb 1866 in Greenla...(Read more)|
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