|Birth: ||Nov. 27, 1840|
|Death: ||Dec. 27, 1925|
Married Helen E. Small 7 Sept. 1867
Martin went west sometime between 1855-57 to Steamboat Rock, Iowa. with the Small family. As a young boy he rowed a boat across a river to ask his mother if he could go west with the Small family of Duchess Co. NY. She agreed and Julia Hamlin never forgave herself for letting him go. She never saw him again. Martin carried a picture of his mother with him, on a chain around his neck to Iowa and in the Civil War.
This was a tintype and in the possession of his grand daughter, Elsie Hamlin of Blythedale , Mo. [Whereabouts now unknown.] Julia Hamlin died in 1887. Martin's brother, Levi Albert and Jane Hamlin set out to join him in Steamboat Rock, Clay Township, Harden, IA. They took the train to Danbury during a blizzard and were stuck there for over a week in that famous blizzard of March 12-15 1888. Martin
and his family arrived in Blythedale, MO about 1899.
Note: Co E 46th Iowa Vol Infantry Enlisted as a Corporal 8th Class on 29 May 1864 at the age of 22, President Lincoln gave commendation to all the 100 days enlistees.
Do to computer problem this page Originally Created by: ctaz 2006 had to be redone, and the photo to the right was added by Soaring Spirit (#46918700).
John M. Hamlin (1811 - 1864)
Julia A. Barney Hamlin (1812 - 1885)
Helen E. Small Hamlin (1852 - 1932)
William Henry Hamlin (1868 - 1951)*
Cora May Hamlin Waddilove (1873 - 1961)*
Albert Sherman Hamlin (1879 - 1963)*
Levi Albert Hamlin (1832 - 1904)*
Lovinia C Hamlin Galpin (1834 - 1911)*
Martin H. Hamlin (1840 - 1925)
Freelove T. Hamlin Smith (1844 - 1908)*
Lewis E Hamlin (1846 - 1865)*
Andrew Henry Hamlin (1848 - 1891)*
Ella Victoria Hamlin Waters (1853 - 1926)*
Martin H. Hamlin 1841-1925
Co E 46th Iowa Vol Infantry
Cedar Hill Cemetery
Plot: Section G 34
Created by: grannynes
Record added: Jul 11, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 54789599
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Added: May. 27, 2013
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Added: Jul. 11, 2010